The controlled media has launched an all-out war against Donald Trump in the final laps of the U.S. Presidential election, running never-ending stories of “sexual assault” and “racism” because they are unable to debate the real issues of mass immigration and Clinton’s warmongering in the Middle East.
Even the media’s coverage of the final presidential debate has claimed that “Trump lost”—when in fact the vast majority of polls show that the public thinks he won.
The attack on Trump is almost unprecedented in recent politics in America, and shows the full depth not only of the controlled media’s inherent bias in favor of the far-left, but also their visceral hatred of anything even remotely European.
Trump has been ultra-careful to avoid even the slightest hint of “racism” and has gone out of his way to endorse and pander to Jewish, black, and Hispanic organizations and groups, even at the expense of ignoring any reference to whites.
This however, has not been enough for the controlled media, who, under their largely Jewish directorship, have launched endless claims of “racism” and “bigotry” against Trump. Article after article put out by the major Jewish-controlled news outlets—from the New York Times to the Los Angeles Herald, not to mention the major TV stations—have followed a consistent line of claiming that Trump’s campaign has been “racially divisive” and “hateful.”
In fact, all Trump has said is that the U.S.’s immigration laws should be enforced, that illegal immigration should be halted and reversed, and that anyone wanting to enter America should follow the correct channels.
It seems that even the perfectly simple request to follow the law is now, according to the controlled media, somehow “Nazi” and “racist.”
Furthermore, Trump has correctly pointed out that Hilary Clinton, her husband Bill, the Bush family, and Barack Obama, have all engaged in disastrous foreign policies which have seen Americans sent off to fight endless wars in the Middle East—and that this has been a military, economic, and social catastrophe which has created ISIS and other threats to America and Europe.
Once again, the controlled media has not dared debate this perfectly valid and important point, and instead has given more prominence to Trump’s “locker room” talk than to the fact that Clinton et al. have been responsible for the deaths of millions of people, including thousands of Americans.
Instead, the controlled media has preferred to give publicity to a number of clearly mentally-deranged women, who, ten years or more later, now all suddenly claim to have been sexually “harassed” by Trump.
None of these claims have any proof at all—and indeed, some were easily and immediately refuted by other eyewitnesses. Certainly, none of the claims even remotely approach the real and proven sexual misconduct of Bill Clinton and others—yet the controlled media continues to present the wild allegations against Trump as proven “sex assaults.”
For example, the New York Times recently ran a story about Trump’s campaign not being able to “get past the sexual assaults,” as if they had actually happened and Trump had already been convicted of them.
The media bias has however been undermined by the advent of the Internet, and social media in particular. The latest opinion poll from Rasmussen Reports, for example—an institution noted for its accuracy in previous presidential elections—put Trump’s national support level at 43 percent, and Clinton’s at 40 percent.
The peculiarities of the U.S. electoral system, however, does not guarantee Trump an election victory based purely on figures such as these. American presidents are elected by an electoral college, which is made up of delegates selected by winner-takes-all popular votes in each state—with the most populous states getting the largest share of electoral college votes.
This means that the most populous states—California, for example—have the largest number of electoral college votes, which means that a Clinton victory in that state will give her a significant number of electoral college votes, no matter how many Trump voters there are in that state.
Clinton is far ahead among Hispanic voters in Arizona, Colorado, Florida, and Nevada, with her biggest lead at 50 percentage points in Arizona and smallest in Florida, where she’s ahead by 24 points, according to a new poll for Univision News by Bendixen & Amandi and the Tarrance Group.
In no state did Trump score above 18 percent among Hispanics, underscoring how that vote is poised to fuel Clinton’s support in key battleground states where they make up a significant and growing share of the electorate.
The most recent poll among blacks showed that his support base is negligible, and in some states was below the single-digit level.
Ultimately then, Trump’s election chances depend on one factor: how many whites turn out to vote.
In the previous presidential election, 59 percent of white voters voted for Mitt Romney—but the turnout for the entire country was only 54.9 percent.
In 2012, black voter turnout rates in 2012 exceeded that of whites for the first time, mainly because of their desire to vote for Obama. According to a Brookings Institute analysis of U.S. Census Bureau figures, whites made up 71.1 percent of the voting age population in November 2012.
However, the white turnout was only 64.1 percent. Black turnout was 66.2 percent, Hispanic turnout 48 percent, and Asian turnout 47.3 percent.
As the Brookings Institute report pointed out, white voters did vote more strongly Republican in 2012, but this was offset by reduced turnout.
Trump can therefore still win—but only if there is a massively increased white voter turnout, and he takes at least two-thirds of the entire white turnout. Anything less than that, and the election is likely to go the way that the controlled media is demanding.