The Drive By Media can take credit for the lie that Hillary ‘swept’ Nevada. This article covers what the numbers actually reveal about Hillary. Her likability, trustworthiness and headlong slide are nicely documented. Read it all here.
As Written By Wayne Allyn Root for Townhall:
The Media is Lying- Hillary Didn’t Win Nevada.
I spent the weekend listening to national media commentators (so called “experts”) gloat over Hillary’s “decisive victory” in Nevada and how she is now on firm footing to win the Democratic presidential nomination. The media is committing fraud- you are being lied to.
Hillary’s razor thin Nevada victory wasn’t a “decisive victory.” It was an embarrassment that required spending millions of dollars to garner a pathetic 6,316 votesin an anemic turnout.
“Decisive victory?” The national media is committing fraud. Hillary once led Bernie Sanders by 40 points in Nevada. She led by 25 points less than 30 days ago.She won by 5 points.
But more importantly, the turnout was embarrassing, especially considering the millions spent on TV advertising. Hillary not only spent millions to draw a measly 6000 votes, overall turnout wasdown one third from 2008.
And she lost by 70 pointsamong voters who voted based on “honesty.”
Hillary’s victory was more disaster than “decisive.”
Shouldn’t the national media be reporting how Hillary’s weak, unimpressive, embarrassing victory was achieved? The American people have a right to know there was nothing fair, decisive or ethical about it.
Now let’s look closely at how she achieved her razor-thin, embarassing victory. This is the part where serious questions should be asked. But of course we no longer have a professional unbiased media. We are living in a “Banana Republic” where the media is bought, paid for and in the bag for Hillary Clinton.
Here’s the part missing from mainstream media reporting- Hillary scored her win in Nevada by changing the rules at the last minute and playing “dirty politics” to avoid a humiliating defeat that might have sunk her entire presidential campaign.