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The cliche “a broken clock is right twice a day” has never been more accurate than in Michael Moore’s realization that the media is in for one hell of a surprise next week.” The lack of enthusiasm [for Hillary] is dangerous” Moore told a crowd at a showing of his latest mini-documentary, “Michael Moore in TrumpLand.”

And he’s right. Even as Hillary led Trump in the polls, it was clear whose supporters actually wanted to vote for their candidate. As I pointed out in another column, in the past three months, twenty-five times more people have attended Trump rallies than Hillary rallies. With a week until the election, reality is finally showing up in the polls.

While ABC News’ poll showed Hillary up by an incredible 12 points on October 23rd – now they’re showing a Trump victory more likely than ever.

Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump is now leading Democrat Hillary Clinton nationally, according to the latest ABC News/Washington Post tracking poll.

The survey, released Tuesday, found that Trump is leading Clinton by a single point nationally, 46 percent to 45 percent. In the four-way race, Libertarian Gary Johnson registered three points and the Green Party’s Jill Stein received two points. Johnson and Stein are expected to take more votes from Clinton than Trump.

The poll also found that Trump’s supporters are more enthusiastic about their candidate than Clinton’s supporters, 53 percent to 45 percent.

With just one week to go until Election Day, momentum is clearly on the side of Trump. Ten days ago, the same ABC/Washington Post poll found that Clinton had a double-digit lead over Trump. Then, over the weekend, the poll found that the race had tightened further.

And with Clinton now under investigation again by the FBI for her use of a private email server while secretary of state, the race is sure to continue tightening until the polls close next Tuesday.

If Trump wins the election, Moore said it would be the “biggest f**k you to the media ever recorded in human history.” Let’s give them the surprise they never saw coming.

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Gary Johnson

Gary Johnson is gaining a bit of momentum this election cycle. Both major party nominees are universally disliked and many Americans want an alternative. There have been futile third-party attempts but the only one to get anywhere is Libertarian nominee former New Mexico Governor Gary Johnson. Johnson has made a few media appearances to get himself out there. But his latest statement about Donald Trump is certain to gain him a lot more attention. Both good and bad.

Via The Hill:

Libertarian presidential nominee Gary Johnson is calling Donald Trump’s comments about a U.S. district judge and undocumented immigrants racist.

“When it comes to Mexican immigrants — and that he would call immigrants from Mexico murderers and rapists — look, that’s just not true,” Johnson said on CNN’s “State of the Union” Sunday.
“The stuff he is saying is just incendiary,” said the former New Mexico governor.

“Incendiary, but you think he himself is racist?” asked host Brianna Keilar.

“Based on his statements, clearly,” Johnson said.

Wow. Really Gary? That’s a bit extreme. Is Trump racist for telling the truth about Islam and immigration? More PC garbage. I like most of your policy positions, but I disagree with the name calling!

What do you think? Is Gary Johnson out of line here?

Bernie

Socialist Senator Bernie Sanders has finally accepted the reality that unless Hillary Clinton gets indicted over her use of a private email server he will not be the Democratic Party’s presidential nominee.

While Sanders maintains he will continue his candidacy all the way to the Democratic convention in Philadelphia, the Socialist has just revealed that he will in fact vote for Hillary Clinton against Donald Trump in November.

From Politico:

Bernie Sanders on Friday said he will cast his vote for Hillary Clinton in November.

“Yes,” the Vermont senator said when asked on MSNBC if he would vote for the former secretary of state this fall. “I think the issue right here is I’m gonna do everything I can to defeat Donald Trump.”

The Vermont senator has yet to formally concede the Democratic primary to Clinton, instead maintaining his pledge to campaign through the Democratic National Convention. But on Friday he offered the clearest sign yet that he will support his primary rival, if only to prevent a Trump administration.

“I think Trump in so many ways will be a disaster for this country if he were to be elected president,” Sanders told MSNBC. “We do not need a president whose cornerstone of his campaign is bigotry, is insulting Mexicans and Latinos and Muslims and women, who does not believe in the reality of climate change when virtually every scientist who has studied this issue understands that we have a global crisis. This is not somebody who should become president.”

Sanders insisted that his role right now “is to fight for the strongest possible platform” at the Democratic convention in Philadelphia next month.

“And as we speak, in St. Louis, that’s going on right now,” he said. “And that means a platform that represents working people, that stands up to big money interests.”

The Vermont senator in recent weeks has signaled the end of his campaign. In a lengthy interview with C-SPAN on Wednesday, he acknowledged, “It doesn’t appear that I’m going to be the nominee.”

Even though Sanders has committed to helping Hillary win in November do you think Donald Trump could still pick off Sanders supporters who do not like Clinton? Share your thoughts with us below! 

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Marco Rubio

Earlier today on my radio show I was praising Sen. Marco Rubio for deciding to run for reelection in Florida. I thought it was a smart idea, and I even tweeted out that I would back him 100%. Some of the reasons that I decided I was going to back Rubio are because he is a very passionate American, who reaches out across party lines with a great story of success. He does have shortcomings but with another six years in the Senate, I figured that would be enough to give him the experience you needed which also includes running for the White House this year.

Boy, was I wrong.

Rubio opened up his mouth to reporters on Wednesday saying he did not want to campaign with Donald Trump in Florida. To him, he wanted to do it by himself which I can understand.

Marco Rubio

From Newsmax:

Sen. Marco Rubio said Wednesday that Republican Party officials had “zero” input in his decision to seek re-election and that he would not help presumptive nominee Donald Trump campaign in Florida because “I’ve got to run my own race.”

“It’s not that I’m looking to undermine him, but I think the differences between us on key issues are so significant that I don’t plan to campaign with him,” the former 2016 presidential candidate told Manu Raju on CNN. “I’ve got to run my own race.

“I have my own identity. I have my own positions on issues — and I’m not going to be out there undermining him or anything, because I don’t want Hillary to win.”

Rubio, 45, who quit the presidential race in April, said earlier Wednesday that he would seek re-election to his Senate seat, ending days of speculation as the Sunshine State’s filing deadline neared on Friday.

Rep. David Jolly quit the Senate race last week after talk resurfaced that Rubio might run again. Jolly is also facing a tough re-election fight in a redrawn, heavily Democratic district.

Rubio dismissed questions that top GOP officials pressured him to seek re-election because his seat is serious jeopardy of flipping to Democrats. Even Trump has encouraged the senator to run.

“My decision had nothing to do with what anyone in Washington said to me,” he told CNN. “My decision was made in between breaks of the NBA finals and pressure-cleaning my driveway and made between me and my wife and input from the children, who are old enough to have opinions and not votes.”

Don’t take me wrong, you vote for who you want to vote for; you support who you want to support, that’s why I don’t hold a grudge against Rubio in choosing not to support Trump. But don’t expect me to help you when you’re running for office. That’s not how to play games.

I rescind my support for Marco Rubio today. Hopefully he can get to the Senate on his own, but I would not be using any social media or my radio show to help him out help him at all.

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Michelle Fields

Remember Michelle Fields? Since her fifteen minutes of fame ended long ago, probably not.

In case your memory needs a jogging, she’s the reporter who claimed that Trump’s former campaign manager Corey Lewandowski assaulted her at a campaign event. After a firestorm of media coverage, the evidence came out that the “assault” amounted to Fields being gently brushed aside. You can watch it for yourself.

The controversy coincided with the fact that she had a book that would be released shortly. It’s out now – and her reputation as a hoaxer hasn’t left her. As part of her book tour she was interviewed by Steve Malzberg… and it gets brutal fast.

After Malzberg asks Fields what she thinks about Lewandowski recently being fired by Trump, she stated that she doesn’t see pleasure in anyone losing their income. That prompted the following back and forth:

Steve Malzberg: Let me ask you this. You don’t want to see him lose his job or his income yet you tried to put him in jail for grabbing your arm?

Michelle Fields: No, I didn’t try to put him in jail. Well, the reason I went to the police was because there was a lot of misinformation. And the Trump campaign, of course, was denying that it happened. Corey said I was delusional. That he never touched my arm. There were conspiracies that there were no bruises that the whole thing was just a big hoax (it was). So the reason I went to police was to get someone who was an outsider who was objective to look at the information and kind of get the videos of what happened. Get the pictures of my arm. And when I spoke to the prosecutor I said, “Look I don’t want to go to court. All I want is an apology.” We agreed to that beforehand…

Malzberg:Wait, wait wait… The prosecutor conducted an investigation with the preconceived condition that there would be no court case? That the prosecutor would aim to get you an apology? That’s what you’re telling me?

Fields: Yeah, that’s not news. That is something I had spoken about before during the whole…

Steve Malzberg: I know you wanted an apology. But why would a prosecutor pay taxpayer’s money? What you’re saying is if a wife is beaten by her husband she doesn’t press charges I don’t think that she can say ‘Hey, go ahead with the investigation. I don’t want want anything to happen to him. I don’t want to go to court, but I want him to apologize.’ I don’t think it works that way. So who is the prosecutor that agreed to this?

Malzberg then put a quote from Field’s book up on the screen:

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….to which Fields claimed wasn’t part of her book.

Apparently she must’ve hired a ghostwriter and never bothered to read her own book, as the quote is from the mere introduction of the book. You don’t have to do more than look at the preview on Amazon to find it.

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You can watch the train-wreck below:

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Trump's VP Pick

Speculation is running wild about who Donald Trump’s VP pick will be. The campaign has remained tight-lipped but there are several high profile names floating around.

Add one more name to the list of possibles, and this one will surprise a few people.
Via Breitbart:

Tennessee Republican Rep. Marsha Blackburn would be open to becoming presumptive GOP nominee Donald Trump’s running mate, saying “no one would ever say no to that” at a New Hampshire GOP fundraiser.
Blackburn resolutely backs Trump and his immigration policies, and urges Congress to halt refugee resettlement in order to gain some control over which foreign nationals are allowed to resettle in the U.S. for life.

Would you support Marsha Blackburn? She’s a committed conservative and has good media savvy. Also doesn’t hurt that she’s a woman since people seem to care about that short of thing.

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Trump dating website

The couple that campaigns together, stays together?

In today’s tense political age, most people won’t even date someone who has a different political affiliation than them. People today are even more likely to date or marry someone with a different religion than different politics. Well, like for most problems today, there’s now an app for that.

Donald Trump knows a thing or two about dating, probably a lot more than most of the people supporting his candidacy for president.

Fortunately, there’s TrumpSingles.com, the online dating service for discerning Trump fans looking for likeminded love.

The website was started by David Goss, a lifelong Republican whose female friend was once jilted on a date (by a Hillary Clinton bro) after revealing her support for Donald Trump.

“I think there’s a special stigma when people say they’re supporting Trump, because of some of the brash things that he’s said,” Goss told the New York Post. “That immediately gets [projected] on his supporters, and it makes it hard for them when trying to date.”

The website, which went live in May, boasts more than 500 users, most of which reside in big cities like New York, Los Angeles, and Washington, D.C. It’s free to sign up, but messaging is limited for user who don’t cough up $4.95 a month for a subscription. The app will soon be available on mobile.

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H/T Heat Street

I’m sure Trump thinks this is the best dating site. I guess it’s now time to break down the border wall around my heart…

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Mitch McConnell

After everything Sen. Mitch McConnell and Speaker John Boehner did to the Republican Party the last eight years, he can keep his comments to himself.

On Wednesday, McConnell decided to tell GOP presumptive nominee Donald Trump to start acting like a presidential candidate and then he went further by giving him pointers. First off, let me say if the people wanted a politician they would have voted for the other yahoos who lost to Trump. Secondly, if those two bumbling fools didn’t compromise so much with the Democrats, Trump would have never run in the first place.

Thirdly, wasn’t it McConnell who decided to say he didn’t want Obama to succeed? What type of leader would publicly say that and that did put a stigma over Republicans the first couple of years into Obama’s first term. I don’t take kindly to so-called leaders popping their chops when they haven’t done anything to curb the way Congress has hurt the American people.

From The Hill:

“He should be acting like a presidential candidate,” he said late Wednesday onCNN. “Donald Trump has got a lot of good qualities, but he needs to put them forward and suppress some of these other actions.”“While they may not have been issues that defeated him the Republican primary, he’s now got a totally different electorate,” McConnell said of some of Trump’s controversial comments. “If he’s going to be president, he’s going to have to be president of all the people, not just some of them.”

McConnell and other Republicans are aghast over Trump’s repeated attacks on the impartiality of a judge overseeing lawsuits against the billionaire based on his ethnicity.

Trump insisted last week Judge Gonzalo Curiel’s “Mexican” heritage may make him biased due to the businessman’s immigration policies.

McConnell on Wednesday said Trump must become a more unifying figure if he truly wants the presidency.

Trump’s power base is the average Republican voter. They love him for bucking the establishment. The RNC establishment is trying to rein him in. The minute they succeed in separating Trump from his base, they are going to dump him and install one of their own. It will be interesting see who will win..Trump or the establishment. My money is on Trump…he is used to swimming with sharks.

Trump is the defacto voice of the party right now. Mitch, in his entire political career, has never had even a small margin of the public support that Trump has. Time to line up behind the people’s choice, Mitch, and your new leader…if you don’t like it…Hillary is looking for establishment types like you. Call her.

Lastly, let me say Trump is doing fine, keep it rolling sir, your message of how you’d Make America Great is coming through loud and clear. Don’t listen to McConnell or any of those guys – they helped you get to where you are today and now they want you to change?

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Hillary Clinton, what is your plan to revitalize the economy? Your plan to make our country more secure? Your plan to deal with foreign competition? Your plan to make us energy independent? Oh wait…I keep forgetting. You just want to be President.

GOP nominee Donald Trump wants to make the country great again and if he has to start with ushering you to jail so be it. To all my readers, Hillary has gotten away with so much for far too long and it’s time someone had the fortitude to stop her in her tracks.

Trump has been voted by the Republican Party to take down Hillary and the Democratic Socialist Communist rising that seems to have reached epic proportions.

From Politico:

“This is not someone who should ever have the nuclear codes,” she said at a campaign event in San Diego, California. “It’s not hard to imagine Donald Trump leading us into a war just because somebody got under his very thin skin.”

Trump responded in kind at his rally on the opposite end of the state in San Jose, blasting Clinton’s speech as a “phony hit job” and claiming his temperament is much better suited for the job of commander in chief.

“Now she’s saying, ‘Donald Trump, do you trust him with the nukes?’ Let me tell you. My temperament is so much tougher and so much better than her temperament,” Trump said. “And by the way, we need a tough temperament. All of these countries that are out allies — she talks about our allies — our allies think we’re very stupid people.”

He also mocked Hillary’s speech delivery, comparing watching her speak to taking a sleeping aid.

“It’s like taking Sominex. To watch her is like Sominex. You ever hear of Sominex? Sleep all night. It’s hard to stay awake,” he said. “I think she could make more money if she made speeches and sold them for people that can’t sleep. It was hard.”

Trump then continued his tirade against Clinton by invoking the investigation surrounding her use of a private email server as secretary of state.

Hillary Clinton has to go to jail. She has to go to jail. I said that,” he said. “She’s guilty as hell.”

I agree with Trump 100 percent. Other people have committed lesser crimes and got put away so why not her? Prison shouldn’t allow anyone to skirt justice as the Clintons have been doing for years.

It’s gotten to the point people on our side just roll their eyes with disgust because nobody should escape justice like these two carnival acts.

It is my GREAT hope 2 someday see a Special Edition of Lockup on MSNBC starring Hillary Clinton! Do you think Hillary should face jail time? Share your opinions below in the comment section and don’t forget to add this to your Facebook and Twitter wall.

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