2016 Presidential Debate. Part Deux … Best Line and Zinger of Last Nights Debate … Trump Says to Hillary: “You’d Be in Jail!”


Check out below the line of the debate and maybe one of the top 5 ever. As Hillary Clinton was stammering and trying to get her composure as Trump nailed her endlessly with her email scandal and that if he was elected president, Trump would appoint an independent prosecutor to review her actions as secretary of state. That’s when Hillary walked into a political zinger and was blind-sided. Wow, the audience went wild.

Hillary said, it is a good thing that some one  with Trump’s temperament is not in charge of the law in our country.

Trump responded, “Because you’d be in jail.”

Washington Free Beacon:

“All you have to do is take a look at Wikileaks and just see what they said about Bernie Sanders and see what Deborah [sic] Wasserman Schultz had in mind because Bernie Sanders, between superdelegates and Deborah Wasserman Schultz, never had a chance. I was so surprised to see him sign on with the devil,” Trump said.

Trump then went after Clinton’s 33,000 emails that were deleted from her private server when she was secretary of state and said that she owed an apology to the American people.

“I’ll tell you what. I didn’t think I’d say this and I’m going to say it and I hate to say it. If I win, I’m going to instruct my attorney general to get a special prosecutor to look into your situation because there has never been so many lies, so much deception, there has never been anything like it, and we’re going to have a special prosecutor,” Trump said.

After Trump finished his statement, Clinton insisted that she have time to respond to Trump’s accusations and said that his claims were “absolutely false.”

Clinton said that it would be impossible to fact-check Trump all the time and she would never get to talk about anything that she wanted to to make peoples’ lives better. She also pointed people to her website to fact-check Trump’s claims in real time and said that millions of people were fact-checking in the last debate.

“It’s just awfully good that someone with the temperament of Donald Trump is not in charge of the law in our country,” Clinton said.

“Because you’d be in jail,” Trump quipped.

Skewed Polls Show that Hillary Clinton Won 2nd Debate … Trump Nailed Her on Email Scandal & Dusasterous Foreign Policy


What else would one expect after watching media debate bias, but more polling bias.

YouGov polls shows that Hillary barely beat Trump, however, one again there is a questionable skewing of the data. They claim the party affiliation was equal; however, 6% more of respondents voted for Obama rather than Romney in 2012. Hmm? It would appear that the second presidential debate was harder to call a winner.

According to YouGov’s post-debate poll, which interviewed 812 registered voters who watched the debate, Hillary Clinton won the debate against Donald Trump by 47% to 42%. Clinton narrowly won undecideds 44% to 41%. She was also considered “more Presidential” by a 57% to 31% margin. There was a gender gap, however: women thought Clinton won by 50-38%, while men thought Trump won by 46-43%.

In a so-called CNN scientific survey where the liberal network over-sampled Democrats to Republicans, Clinton won with 57%. There is a reason why they call CNN the Clinton News Network. There was some good news for the Republican nominee, 63% of those surveyed said Trump performed better than they expected.  Among those surveyed, 58% said they supported Clinton before the debate. Hmm, so the sampling started at 58& of Hillary supports. Are you kidding?

They will do anything to give Hillary a perceived advantage. Clinton should be ahead by 40 points with the MSM carrying her water, Trump having to debate her and the moderators and polling that is skewed to the Democrat.

Frank Luntz With 28 Uncommitted Voters in Ohio Following VP Debate … Pence Wins in Landslide (VIDEO)


Republican pollster Frank Luntz live-tweeted responses by a focus group of 27 undecided Ohio voters watching the vice presidential debate last night between Democrat Senator Tim Kaine and Republican Governor Mike Pence from Longwood College in Farmville, Virginia. Watch the video below and the reaction of the focus group to Kaine’s ridiculous interruptions and Pence’s even demeanor. The focus group conducted by CBS News contributor Frank Luntz overwhelmingly agreed that Republican vice presidential nominee Mike Pence won the debate against Democratic nominee Tim Kaine. As one uncommitted voter stated, they blamed everything on Trump’s tax returns, at one point I thought they were going to blame the JFK assassination on Trump’s tax returns.

If this happened with a focus group in Ohio, imagine what occurred across the United States last night as well?

There are 26 people taking part in the focus group during the vice presidential debate being held at Longwood University in Farmville, Virginia.

Luntz said 22 people in the focus group think Pence won, while only four believe Kaine did.

Luntz said Kaine was guilty of cutting off Pence frequently during the debate.

“Kaine is interrupting too much,” Luntz tweeted. “The focus group wants the moderator to lay down the law and shut him up until it’s his turn.”


To the 4 supposed uncommitted voters who thought Kaine won, you are not uncommitted. No one but a Hillary Clinton Kool-Aid drinker thought an unhinged Kaine won the debate last night.

2016 VP Debate … DEBATE INTERRUPTUS: Democrat Tim Kaine Bombs as GOP Mike Pence is he Voice of Reason & Calm


Subtitled: KAINE was not able …

In what can only be described as a complete debacle, Hillary’s unhinged pick for VP interrupted Gov. Mike Pence some 70 times during last nights Vice Presidential debate. It was actually painful and annoying to watch. But this is what you get from Team Hillary Clinton and can expect to get from a Clinton presidency. For people who claim that Trump is rude and a bully, Sen. Tim Kaine did his best to annoying, interrupt, and upset Mike Pence to no avail. Pence did not take the bait and presented himself as presidential. Mike Pence was the big winner last night, win, lose or draw the 2016 Presidential race.

Throughout Tuesday’s debate, Kaine did repeatedly interject, drawing the attention of many debate watchers on social media.

And outside analysis confirms that Kaine did push harder to interject. Analysis from FiveThirtyEight found that Kaine interrupted over 70 times, compared to just over 40 interruptions for Pence

It was an easy call as political pundits called Mike Pence the overwhelming winner of last nights debate. Kaine was actually so bad and annoying that it is possible that it might even move the needle. Kaine did nothing to win over fence sitters and Independents during the debate.

Pundits declared Pence, Donald Trump’s running mate, the winner of the debate, and Kaine’s interruptions seemed to detract from his overall message in support of Clinton.

The Republican National Committee noted after the debate that Kaine interrupted Pence and the debate moderator at least 70 times throughout the night, according to The Hill.

And data-journalism website FiveThirtyEight made a similar assessment, counting Kaine’s interruptions or interjections at more than 70 and Pence’s at just a little more than 40.

Still, the constant interjections seemed to have hurt him. Republican pollster Frank Luntz tied Kaine’s interruptions to him losing the debate, according to a focus group he conducted:

Following First Presidential Debate, Clinton Falters Among some Focus Group Voters in Swing State of North Carolina


So the MSM says that Hillary Clinton won the first debate. REALLY? Not according to McClatchy and The Charlotte Observer, who conducted a focus group of 21 individuals. Before the debate, the tally was 9 for Clinton, 3 for Trump, 6 undecided and 3 for Libertarian party candidate Johnson. Following the debate that the MSM can’t keep telling you about that Hillary won, a funny thing happened …the tally became 7 for Clinton, 3 for Trump, 6 undecided and 5 for Johnson. Thus, Clinton lost support, Trump broke even and a candidate that didn’t even take part in it gained support. Yeah, that sounds like a Clinton victory, doesn’t it? The fact of the matter is just because Hillary Clinton sounded rehearsed, some might so over-rehearsed, just because she appeared more prepared and over-smiled during the debate, doesn’t make one a victor. Donald Trump, not a career politician, did not have to win the debate, to win the debate. Trump had to come off as plausible. He did. Obviously, the pundits and MSM, who have consistently got all of the political happenings wrong for the past year are once again falling back into the same trap. This is an outlier election where the norms do not apply and the people do not want a rehearsed, same old, same old career politician with the same stale answers to issues that have not worked for 30 years.

Watch video HERE.


Kae Roberts and Jay Eardly were leaning toward Hillary Clinton before Monday night’s debate.

By the end, they had both pulled away.

John Kokos and Hank Federal were undecided going in, potential Clinton backers.

By the end, they’d ruled her out.

Indeed, while polls found that Clinton had won the first general-election debate with Donald Trump on Monday, she may not have won actual votes. And she may even have lost some, at least in the battleground state of North Carolina.

In a focus group of 21 voters from around Charlotte conducted by McClatchy and The Charlotte Observer, four who had been up for grabs before the debate had moved away from her by the end.

For the four who emerged less impressed by Clinton, it was the seeming familiarity of her proposals for the economy and national security that was a turnoff.

Roberts, who is unaffiliated with a party, wrote in her notes several times during the debate that Clinton offered “pie in the sky” ideas. By debate’s end, she had moved from leaning toward Clinton to undecided.

“The things she says she’s going to do, there’s no substance behind it,” Roberts said.

One potential winner in the focus group was Libertarian candidate Gary Johnson, who benefited largely because so many voters were annoyed at both Trump and Clinton.

Look for Donald Trump to take the gloves off in debate II and nail Clinton for her lies, lack of ethics, putting America at risk with her private email server when she was Secretary of State and how she seemed to have no problem how her husband has treated women over the years.

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