Filmmaker & Uber Lib Michael Moore on Morning Joe … Telling it As It Is Why Michigan Did not Vote for Hillary Clinton

BELIEVE IT OR NOT, MICHAEL MOORE WAS PROBABLY ONE OF THE MOST HONEST PUNDIT DURING THE 2016 ELECTION CYCLE

MUST WATCH VIDEO …. Please watch the VIDEO below of far-Left filmmaker Michael Moore as he explains exactly how Hillary Clinton and the Democrats lost election  night and how they lost Michigan. Moore should know folks, he lives there. From the outset, Moore had the pulse of Michigan and the “Rust Belt” and said, “Trump is going to win”. The Left laughed and scoffed at such a happening. But when you live, breathe and only see one side of the world from a glass bubble, that is what happens.

It is true that politics makes strange partners as I have found myself following Michael Moore much of 2015 and into 2016. I could not disagree more with his ideology, however, I can respect his point of view as he believes what he says. I will say this to the Left and the Right, if you don’t listen to all sides to get your information, news and pulse of a nation, you will wind up severely shocked and disappointed following elections.

It would appear the people in Michigan got tired of being used by Democrats and played for photo-ops and props to win political elections. The very people that voted for all of the other line items on the Michigan ballot, some 90,000 (video 1:38) refused to vote for the top of the ticket and president. They were not going to participate in a system that had left, forgotten and failed them.

At the 3:25 mark you get the perfect example of just how elitist liberals who live in bubbles just don’t get it. Some how middle-America needs to know Manhattan? UNREAL.  Joe Scarborough blasted him by saying, in Flint they don’t live in a bubble, they live in everyday America.

Black Turnout Falls in Early Voting, This Does not Look Good for Hillary Clinton

WHO HONESTLY THOUGHT THAT BLACK TURNOUT TO VOTE WOULD BE THE SAME FOR HILLARY AS IT WAS FOR BARACK OBAMA?

The NY Times is reporting that African-Americans are not showing up to the polls in early voting in large numbers like they have in the past. Wow, what a shocker!!! Okay, unless you were a Hillary Clinton “yes” minion, an “always” Hillary voter or a member of the liberal media, no one in their right mind could honestly say that Hillary Clinton would garner the same number of the black vote as did Barack Obama in 2008 or 2012. To make such a comment would be ignorant. The dishonest media created polling models based around the fact that the black vote would support Hillary like they did Obama. Really, is that racist? Now Bill Clinton may have been the first black president, Hillary is far from it. How could anyone think that blacks would not show up in greater numbers for one of their own than for an old, tired white woman? Needless to say, her dishonest actions have also probably caused many just to stay home and sit this one out. Although early voting is not a predictor of a race, Democrats have always crowed that they were the kings of early voting. Hmm, this time, not so much.

Does this mean that Trump will get a greater percentage of the black vote than past GOP presidential candidates, maybe. He has made a concerted effort for their vote with the promise of school vouchers and a New deal. However, even if Trump gets the same percentage, the volume of the vote is not going to be there for Hillary.

More bad news for Hillary

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African-Americans are failing to vote at the robust levels they did four years ago in several states that could help decide the presidential election, creating a vexing problem for Hillary Clinton as she clings to a deteriorating lead over Donald J. Trump with Election Day just a week away.

As tens of millions of Americans cast ballots in what will be the largest-ever mobilization of early voters in a presidential election, the numbers have started to point toward a slump that many Democrats feared might materialize without the nation’s first black president on the ticket.

The reasons for the decline appear to be both political and logistical, with lower voter enthusiasm and newly enacted impediments to voting at play. In North Carolina, where a federal appeals court accused Republicans of an “almost surgical” assault on black turnout and Republican-run election boards curtailed early-voting sites, black turnout is down 16 percent. White turnout, however, is up 15 percent. Democrats are planning an aggressive final push, including a visit by President Obama to the state on Wednesday.

But in Florida, which extended early voting after long lines left some voters waiting for hours in 2012, African-Americans’ share of the electorate that has gone to the polls in person so far has decreased, to 15 percent today from 25 percent four years ago.

The problems for Democrats do not end there. In Ohio, which also cut back its early voting, voter participation in the heavily Democratic areas near Cleveland, Columbus and Toledo has been down, though the Clinton campaign said it was encouraged by a busy day on Sunday when African-American churches led voter drives across the state.

Note: You can probably add the youth vote as not showing up as well. They backed Bernie Sanders in the Democrat primary and in the wake of the Wikileaks emails that all but shows their candidate was screwed over by Team Hillary, the DNC and the media, watch for them to stay home too.

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

POLLS SHOW CLINTON WON 2ND DEBATE, BUT I AM NOT TOO SURE OF THAT … TRUMP HAMMERED HER ON EMAIL SCANDAL AND SHE WAS DEFENSIVE.

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.

Daily Commentary – Monday, October 3, 2016 – The Presidential Race Has Turned Even More Into a Three Ring Circus

  • After Hillary Clinton brought up in the debate a former Miss Universe winner Donald called “Miss piggy” and “Miss Housekeeper”

Daily Commentary – Monday, October 3, 2016  | Download

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