Encore of Revival: America, October 17, 2016


If the Clinton campaign is doing so well, why are they working so hard? If the media “knows” Trump will win and has totally done himself in “this time” (as in many times before) then why do they have such a demonstrable effort against him? Why is it illegal for the public to read WikiLeaks, but not for CNN? And why, if the box office is down, did “Star Wars” help the box office make so much money? Are movies from the 80’s all that people want to see anymore?

When Trump “changes his mind” from a non-teleprompter statement to a media microscope interrogation a few days later, his supporters like him more for one reason: It proves he is normal.

Americans make whimsical statements every day as they toss ideas and formulate real opinions. The small back-and-forth as real Americans—including Trump—develop their ideas in a consistent, overall direction is a stark contrast to the flip-flopping of career politicians with calculated, consulted, contrived so-called “positions” as they forget whether they are speaking to their secret donors or the voters they scam. Of course, no one has a front-row seat to this difference like the media, who seem to be so ignorant of that difference that the ignorance has become an indictment.

No one will ever trust the media after this election. They have bankrupted their “emotional bank account” of public trust.

The sad part is how many career politicians think their smooth statements are actually helpful. But, the Republican rhetoric lovers forget that the smoothest-talking presidents with the least offensive speeches have always been Democrats. Republicans who get the blue votes always make big waves.

Everything, including the extra effort for Hillary, says that Trump will win November.


CNN: You can’t look at WikiLeaks, ‘Illegal for public… Different for media’ | Twitter – WikiLeaks

Imbalance concerning Trump

Paul Ryan Won’t Defend Donald Trump, Upsetting Trump and G.O.P. Hard-Liners | NY Times

CNN’s Stelter Blames Firebombing of NC Republican Office on Trump’s ‘Over Heated’ Rhetoric | Newsbusters

Pat McCrory: Firebombing ‘an attack on democracy’ | The Charlotte Observer

As Trump stumbles, Clinton weighs a striking choice: Expand the map or stick to the plan | WP

Specter of Trump Loosens Tongues, if Not Purse Strings, in Silicon Valley | NY Times

Trump & Women

HERE IT IS=> List of Debunked Groper Allegations by Corrupt Media Against Donald Trump | Gateway Pundit

Why do women’s groups treat Bill Clinton and Donald Trump differently? | McClatchy DC

Trump’s female supporters oblivious to sleaze scandal | Yahoo – AFP

A Comprehensive Guide to Donald Trump’s Women Problems This Election Season | Fortune

The Many Scandals of Donald Trump: A Cheat Sheet | The Atlantic

Box Office

Sluggish fall box office is down 16% from last year | USA Today

‘Star Wars’ propels North American box office past record $11 billion | USA Today