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Random Thoughts of the Day

  • George W. Bush, winner of the close 2000 election, is literally the last person in America who should be brought in as an objective source of disputed elections. His current treatment should tell you everything you need to know about the media. To refresh your memory, for 8 years he was Public Enemy #1, subjected to daily vicious attacks & character assassination. He was called dictator, Nazi, warmonger, and every other name in the book. But now in the media, hey, all is forgiven, best of buds. Bush hates Trump also, so therefore he’s a swell guy who we should look to for wisdom.
  • Al Gore is NOT some hero who fell on his proverbial sword for the good of the nation in 2000. He fought tooth and nail every step of the way all the way until mid-December, when Supreme Court decisions forced him to accept the outcome. And he was never some graceful loser; he’s been bitching constantly for 20 years since then. Isn’t it interesting how fast history can be rewritten to manipulate our thinking? It’s why you should question many of the “facts” you’ve been taught about American history.
  • Censorship, no matter how well-intentioned, is the most dangerous threat to freedom we face today. Hate speech, misinformation, or whatever your reason, censorship always suffers one fatal flaw – who decides what falls into these categories? You’re never going to take away the biases & flaws of the people doing the judging. In the case of Big Tech censors, you’re usually talking about young programmers from far-left California who lack the well-balanced life experience & education to be good speech brokers. So-called “fact” checkers are almost always organizations funded by billionaires with a political agenda. Science is NEVER settled, and there is nothing more anti-science than silencing anyone who questions prevailing views. Censorship not only erases viewpoints & knowledge, it completely undermines the credibility of all information that isn’t censored.
  • Everyone, yes everyone, knows there is fake & inaccurate information on the web.  However, trying to remove this “misinformation” only feeds conspiracy theories and sometimes removes accurate info in the process. Let people judge for themselves and they’ll eventually figure out what sources are credible or not.
  • Trump has always been a flawed candidate, in many ways no better than the lesser of two evils. But understand that the vast majority of the people who voted for him were not specifically voting for him, but against the system and all the forces lined up in opposition to him. In other words, a corrupt mainstream media that’s become nothing more than flying monkeys, blindly serving their corporate & establishment government masters; trillion-dollar tech companies who want to control our lives and our every thought; preachy, condescending millionaire celebrities & athletes that have zero ability to relate to the problems of the average American; lifelong politicians & government bureaucrats slowly sucking away every ounce of our freedom; billionaires who manipulate thinking with dishonest ad campaigns and who buy & control unprincipled politicians; megacap corporations who use the government (and pandemics) to expand their empires and crush small competitors; foreign nations who use the U.S. as an ATM and military protectorate; a politically-correct cancel culture that destroys people’s lives and intimidates good people into silence.  Trump draws such intense support in spite of himself because so many Americans are fed up with these forces. He represents the only way these Americans know how to fight back!
  • I absolutely agree we need more civility and to come together as a nation. Before you preach though, remember that every day for the past 4 years, there have been attacks on Trump, his supporters, libertarians, and really anyone who didn’t bow to the corporate & government overlords. Every. Single. Day. For. Four. Years. And it’s been multiplied by a factor of 10 in the Covid era. Trump is divisive to be sure, and his rhetoric has definitely not helped heal divisions. But all of you preachy people on the Left, please don’t pretend you’re some innocent flowers victimized by the mean orange man. Your condescending calls for civility now ring hollow, to say the least.
  • Speaking of bringing the country together, do you think this can ever begin to happen until the integrity of the election is established? A few disputed swing states with a combined vote margin of less than 60,000 votes (out of 150 million) decided the election, with rampant evidence of voter fraud & mistakes. Have you noticed the more examples & evidence presented, the louder the media cries “THERE’S NO EVIDENCE” and the more tech censors go to work silencing these examples? But even if there wasn’t a ton of evidence, use your common sense! There are always telltale signs of vote rigging such as 95-100% of a certain county voting, or for example, a county that votes 80 percent for the Republican senator but 20% for Trump. It never ceases to amaze me the lack of curiosity in the mainstream media to the most obvious discrepancies. They have the outcome they want, so it’s time to shove the result down the throats of the 72 million Trump voters. I’m sure that will heal the division!
  • To the half of the country that seems perfectly content with the censorship, media corruption/bias, voter fraud, billionaire ad manipulation, and all the other despicable behavior of the past few years because it helps “your” side: Guess what? If all those forces can be directed against Trump & his supporters, they can also be directed at you! In fact, they were. I’m guessing the majority of Democratic voters preferred Bernie Sanders, Pete Buttigieg, or Elizabeth Warren. But the Ruling Class decided they wanted controllable candidates, so they coalesced around Deep State stooges Joe Biden and Kamala Harris.
  • No term has been thrown around more recklessly over the past year than “conspiracy theory.” I realize there will always be some crazy stuff out there, especially in social media. But after watching vaccines & FDA remedy approvals come out immediately after the election, rampant mail-in voter fraud, burying/censoring of the Hunter/Joe Biden corruption story, scientific validation of previously-labeled covid “misinformation”, and so many other “conspiracy theories” coming true before our very eyes, you can shove that term where the sun don’t shine. I’d rather wear my tinfoil hat and exhibit some basic critical thinking skills than fall in line like one of the sheep the Ruling Class prefers.

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Tweets of the Day

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Message of the Day

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Quote of the Day

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Other Links That May Interest You

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10 Reasons Why Opinion Polls Can’t Be Trusted

It seems like every day we see some new opinion poll in the media. Rather than be used to support some other story, the poll results have become news themselves. But as we saw in the 2016 election of Donald Trump, they often are wildly inaccurate. In the 1984 presidential election, various polls showed Ronald Reagan trailing Walter Mondale by over 10 points. However, Reagan ended up winning 49 states in the election. Over time some polling organizations have improved the science and accuracy of their methods, but unfortunately even results from reputable polls are usually manipulated by the mainstream media. Let’s examine ten reasons why polls cited by the media can’t be trusted.

  1. Polls can use samples that are too small or don’t accurately represent the population; for example, over sampling democrats. The American population is pretty evenly divided, with about the same percentages self identifying as republican or democrat. So when the poll sample has 10 percent more democrats than republicans, the results are likely to be distorted by about the same percent.
  2. Survey questions can ask leading questions framed in a way to get the answer desired. For example, the survey questions “Do you believe children of illegal immigrants should be separated from their parents at the border?” inevitably leads to an overwhelming ‘No’ answer. However, if you ask, “Should children by separated and genetic tested at the border to stop possible child traffickers?”, you’re going to get a far different result.
  3. Large segments of the population may be left out by certain polling methods; for example, those who don’t use the web often or who don’t answer unknown numbers on calls. Large portions of the population, especially older adults, simply don’t use the internet very often. Also, with the standardization of caller ID, it’s easy to ignore calls from polling organizations.
  4. Poll results can be recorded in a dishonest or sloppy way. There will always be a human component to any poll, which means mistakes can be made. Plus, questioners have their own biases and may intentionally falsify answers if they desire poll results to swing a certain way. For example, if a questioner believes a border wall should not be built but poll responses are at 55 percent in favor of the wall, what’s to stop the questioner from falsifying enough responses to swing the result to the other side. Poll results usually factor into decisions by politicians, so they may use this to justify their deceit.
  5. Polls reflect only a snapshot in time that may be distorted by a recent event, such as a mass shooting or terrorist attack. Emotions can heavily distort results. If 30 kids are killed in a school shooting, gun control will receive more favorable results. Immediately after a terrorist attack, polling for increase defense spending usually is favorable. As time goes by, more information and discussion usually overtakes some of the immediate emotion, leading to more rational decisions and accurate poll results.
  6. Political correctness and militancy of prominent liberals often lead to answers that don’t reflect the respondent’s true feelings. Most people naturally avoid conflict. And when you see Maxine Waters, Antifa, and scores of other nutcases calling for violence and harassment of Trump supporters, some feel it’s easier just to give the safe, non-controversial answer. Plus, lives and careers are often destroyed if someone is perceived as racist, sexist, homophobic, or whatever. So many respondents will stick to the politically correct script rather than reveal how they truly feel.
  7. Polls can leave out possible answers, forcing respondents to pick from remaining answers that don’t include what they really believe. Are you a republican or democrat? That poll question leaves out all those who would identify as independent, libertarian, etc.; how do you rate Trump’s performance as president–Ok, Bad, Very Bad, Disastrous. That question leaves out all those who would answer Very Good or Outstanding. Do you support war with Iran, yes or no? Maybe your answer is ‘no’ unless they directly attack us or fund terrorist groups that do so. You get the idea.
  8. Poll results can be presented in a misleading way; for example, leaving out poll disclaimers or the impact of “undecided” & “no opinion” answers. The media loves to cherry pick parts of all poll and leave out key information. For example, say the poll asks, “Do you support nominee Brett Kavanaugh for the Supreme Court?” The results may be 38 percent ‘yes’, 28 percent ‘no’, and 34 percent ‘no opinion/don’t know him’. Dishonest media people may report the poll showing only 38 percent support for Kavanaugh, leading people to believe 62 percent of the country is against him.
  9. The poll may not reflect the portion of the population that really matters; for example, a national poll doesn’t matter for a local election; a poll of “all adults” or “registered voters” doesn’t matter as much as “likely voters”. Nancy Pelosi approval ratings are usually in the teens nationally, but she easily wins re-election every time in her ultra far-left district. For a presidential election, half the adult population doesn’t vote or pay attention to current events, so citing polls of “all adults” nowhere near reflects what will happen on election day. “Registered voters” are a slightly better measure, but even a significant portion of registered voters don’t make it in on election day because they don’t follow current events, don’t like either candidate, don’t believe their vote matters, or don’t have the time to get there. “Likely voters” use experience and scientific methods to give the best approximation. You will almost never see a mainstream media outlet cite polls of likely voters since it gives the results they least like to see.  Many media sources were citing polls showing Hillary with 10-15 point leads the day before the election specifically for this reason.
  10. The media cherry picks which polls to present as “news” and which ones to leave out, choosing those that meet their story narrative objective. The Investors Business Daily presidential polls were by far the most accurate in 2008 and 2012 elections, so when their polls showed Trump slightly favored to win the 2016 race, you would think the media might include it in their stories, but it never happened. Even right-leaning Fox News threw out the IBD poll as an outlier in their predictive analysis. It simply didn’t fit what they wanted to present. The same kind of cherry picking can be seen on almost every political issue–immigration, gun control, Obamacare, and so on. If the media finds a poll that seems to back the narrative they want to push, they will use it. If it doesn’t, it will be ignored or attacked as non-credible. The media wants conservatives to be discouraged from even voting. They want to convince them they’re in the minority and that is something is wrong with them because the majority doesn’t agree with them.

In summary, take every poll you see in the news with a grain of salt. Polls have joined the fake & distorted mainstream media news propaganda effort used to brainwash the population to a certain way of thinking. Don’t fall for it. Follow your common sense and always think for yourself. Chances are that far more people agree with you than you realize.


Other Links That May Interest You

11 Ways the Media Manipulates the Truth
Mainstream Media Meme Gallery
Media Research Center

Written by: Joe Messerli
Last Modified: 8/18/2018