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How Hillary Could Steal the Election

from The Daily Bell:

By any objective measure, Donald Trump is poised to lose the November election by a wide margin.  Taking into consideration new swing-state polls from Quinnipiac University that show Trump trailing Hillary Clinton by 12, 10 and 3 points in Virginia, Colorado and Iowa, respectively, we can use RealClearPolitics’s average of recent polls in swing states (and 2012 results everywhere else) to estimate how this thing would turn out: Clinton with the easy win, improving on President Obama in 2012. – Washington Post

Here’s an article that shows definitively that Hillary is going to win the election but it doesn’t make much sense.

Every day something else goes wrong for Hillary. First the FBI explains she handled top secret data carelessly and then, not much later, leaked emails show she conspired with the Democratic Party to steal the nomination.

Recently, there have been allegations she was behind the murders of one or more individuals close to the Democratic Party, including one young man who may have “leaked” emails to WikiLeaks, HERE.

And her health seems to be a concern. She stumbles when she walks and has trouble standing up during public appearances and has to take a seat. There are even video clips seeming to show she has seizures, HERE.

And yet … through all of this and more, Hillary has kept accruing leads around the country. To some extent, her progress is blamed on Trump’s gaffes, though this doesn’t seem to make much sense either.

Trump is supposedly losing because he is making naïve and simplistic statements. For instance, he says he doesn’t “trust” intelligence agencies, HERE.

Read More @ TheDailyBell.com

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