There are just a few days left before the election, and regardless of who wins the whole thing, the fact that Donald trump is going to get almost half the votes in this country speaks volumes about where (and who) we are as people..
This vile narcissist has hoodwinked at least half of the country into believing that he really cares about them and their needs. It's all a con. And if his basket full of deplorables weren't so blinded by hate and prejudice they would see it.
But hate and anger is what drives these people. How else do you explain this, and this, and this?
Is it any wonder that Donald is being endorsed by the official KKK newspaper?
If trump loses law enforcement officials are bracing for the worst. This, because trump told his supporters that the elections are "rigged", and from the looks of things they are going to pretty devastated if they lose.
Still, thanks to the help of GOP lawmakers in places like North Carolina, the African American vote is being deliberately suppressed, so they might have to consider the violent option if they lose in those places because GOP lawmakers are using the law to score political points.
Here in Philly the alt-right movement and their voter suppression effort is, quite frankly, laughable.
'Mark Potok of the Southern Poverty Law Center said Anglin and TheRightStuff.biz are “serial exaggerators,” so it is difficult to determine to what degree their apparent plans are being implemented. Those plans, Potok added, could likely backfire.
“If, on the morning of Election Day, it turns out that we have white supremacists standing around looking threatening at polling places, I think it would arouse anger,” Potok told Politico. “People would vote just to prove they’re not being intimidated by these radical racists.”
Anglin, the editor of the neo-Nazi publication Daily Stormer, told Poltico he plans on “sending an army of alt-right nationalists to watch the polls” on Election Day. TheRightStuff’s anonymous spokesman, meanwhile, said that the site has hidden surveillance cameras at some polling places around the city.
We also will have stationary cameras hidden at polling locations in Philadelphia, to monitor anyone that comes in to vote and make sure that the same people are not voting at multiple locations,” the RightStuff spokesperson wrote in an email to Politico. “If we see people voting in multiple locations the footage will be submitted to the FEC as well as put out on social media.”
TheRightStuff spokesperson also added that in regards to the surveillance cameras, “pretty much any official-looking white person with a clipboard can gain access” to a polling place to install one. As a result, theRightStuff claims that “we already have a few set up.”
Roger Stone, an ally and adviser to Republican candidate Donald Trump, told Politico that he plans to target about 7,000 precincts throughout the United States for exit-poll monitoring, of which, he said, 2,000 are in Philadelphia. Stone says he would consider fraud present should the precinct totals and his exit-poll totals be more than 2 percent off. The city, however, has only 1,686 election divisions."
You have a hell of a ground game there Donald. Good luck come Tuesday,
*Pic from rawstory.com