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TOPIC: The Trump "victory" explained - by Miles Mathis
The Trump "victory" explained - by Miles Mathis 11 Nov 2016 00:30 #1
Election Night Coverage
by Miles Mathis
Do you see what I see?
Do you hear what I hear?
First published November 9, 2016
As usual, this is just my opinion, formed by using my eyes and my ears, which remain open.
You can be sure I will give you some analysis you haven't heard anywhere else, which is probably why
you are here.
If you search on “Donald Trump acceptance speech” right now, the first thing that comes up is a link to
InsideEdition.com, and the first thing you see there is a video ad for Xiidra, a drug for dry eyes. You
have to watch it before you watch Trump. The first words on the screen in that video are
Coincidence? Not a chance. They have been toying with you this entire election cycle, and although
that can be said of every election since George Washington, it has now reached levels that any child
could see through. The controllers are saved only by the fact that children—who are the only people
left with any sense—aren't watching this stuff. They have better things to do, like eat Play-doh.
The reason I see through it so easily is that I haven't followed this misdirection at all. Last night was
the first time I watched even a minute of election coverage, so I haven't been groomed to see only what
they wish me to see. But yesterday I was with a friend who wanted to watch Hillary win, so I had to
join her for about an hour. Oh, the sights I saw.
Before we get started, let me quell your suicidal fears. As Bill Murray said in Meatballs, It Just
Doesn't Matter. The White House has never been a center of real power in this country, just being a
front, but after Watergate it lost the tiny amount of power it once had. Since then, the President has been nothing more than a reader of the Teleprompter. Beginning with Ford, the President became a
cardboard cut-out, propped up only to fool the public into thinking the office still existed in some
meaningful way. It doesn't, and they could replace the President with a porpoise swimming in a tank
and pushing colored buttons for fish. The effect would be the same.
Besides, you lived through Ronnie and Georgie, Jr. Do you think Trump is any stupider or more
obnoxious than Reagan or Bush2? No, he is actually a bit smarter, since he can read from the
Teleprompter with marginally fewer speaking errors. He learned that from reading screens on The
The only good thing is that maybe all the Hollywood people who threatened to move to Canada really
will do so, saving us from having to watch any more of their shite movies. They can become forest
rangers or mounties or something, I guess. I hope people like George Clooney, Ben Affleck, and James
Franco lead the wagon train out.
To Hillary supporters, I also say this: she was intended to win, so you can take solace in that if you like.
More than two years ago when they started pretending to run for President, she was the anointed one.
They planned to steal the election for her, and up until a few months ago, that was still the plan. If they
had actually counted real votes (which they haven't done in decades), Bernie would have won both the
primary and the election. I have confirmation of that from inside sources. But Bernie wasn't intended
to win, so he didn't. Of course he knew that going in, so he didn't complain too loudly. This was
supposed to be the election won by a woman.
[I don't say any of this as a Hillary or Bernie supporter. I don't like either one of them and didn't vote
for either one of them. I also didn't vote for Trump, of course. ]
All that went to hell when Hillary got very sick. She may be dying, or not: even now no one can
predict things like that. But the fact is she is simply not well enough to make all the appearances and
speeches a President is expected to make. She is not healthy enough to be a bad actor. So they had to
change the script at the last minute. Instead of giving it to Hillary, they had to give it to Trump. I know
that even without inside information, since I can do math. The numbers reported last night were
impossible, and everyone in possession of the data knows that.
To start with, they have started doing exit polling again. They quit after the steals in 2000 and 2004,
when the exit polls showed up the steals in a spectacular fashion. But in recent years they started doing
them again, feeling they were in better control of all the variables. According to all the pre-election
polls and the exit polls, Hillary should have won by a large margin. Some sources are admitting that
today, including some Trump supporters who are arguing exit polls are flawed and should be
discontinued. But these planted Trump supporters are flipping the truth, since it is the exit polls that
are far more accurate than the numbers reported in the news. The numbers reported last night were
simply made up out of thin air by a bunch of guys in a palace somewhere, smoking cigars and drinking
I ran the numbers for you in 2012 in this paper, where I showed that the Republican party is dead.
According to published mainstream numbers, the Republican party cannot win a Presidential election.
It is impossible. They tell us Romney won 48% of the vote in 2012, but I showed you he probably
didn't even win 20%. The same applies to Trump, except that I assume it is even worse now. If all the
elections weren't determined by computer hacks, Trump would have gotten about 15% of the vote, at
best. And that is only because many people wouldn't vote for Hillary against Joseph Stalin or a dry sack of dust.
At the current moment, they are forecasting Trump will get 306 electoral votes, winning states like
Pennsylvania, Ohio, Wisconsin, and Florida. There is zero chance that happened, and indicates an even
more audacious steal than the 2000 election. In that election, Bush lost the popular vote but squeaked
by in the Electoral College with 271 votes. They are now saying Hillary won the popular vote
yesterday by 1.3%, but will lose the election with only 232 electoral votes and 19 states. Again, that is
mathematically impossible. They seemed to have understood that yesterday, because when I ran the
numbers at almost 3am last night, they were giving the popular vote to Trump. In just a few hours,
they have switched that, which is also mathematically impossible. But they should have stuck with the
original numbers, in order to match the Electoral College vote and all the states they were giving to
him. As it currently stands, it looks like he will win 31 states and lose the popular vote. Does that
make any sense to you? I hope not. Check the four mixed elections (by mixed I mean where the
popular and electoral votes were opposite) in US history, and you will see this has never happened
before. It has never gotten close to happening. It has never happened because it can't happen: it is
If you don't believe me, I suggest you study the election of 1876, where Tilden won the popular vote
but Hayes won the electoral vote. The electoral vote was 185 to 184, and was of course stolen. But
that close margin is what you would expect, even in a stolen election. In the current stolen election,
they are saying Trump lost the popular vote, but will win the electoral vote by a large margin. That is
Or study the numbers from 2000. Again, Bush lost the popular vote by .54%, less than half the margin
between Trump and Clinton. And won the electoral vote by 2 votes*. While they are telling us
Clinton just won the popular vote by 2.4 times as much as Gore did, but will lose the electoral vote by
19 times as much.
But there were many other shenanigans last night you should have caught. They don't fake these things
like they used to, and the slop is very obvious. To start with, the Clinton campaign closed up shop
more than an hour before they should have. They told their supporters to go home when Trump only
had about 240 votes on the board. At that point Hillary could still have easily won. More than an hour
later, Pennsylvania still had not been called, and if Hillary had won PA, the election could have gone
the other way. Even Google didn't call the election until almost 2am EST. Next, Hillary conceded
before any of the mainstream sources had called the election, which is very strange. Only Google had
called the election, and we are not sure how they did that 30 minutes before anyone else did. So it
appears many people knew how the election could go even before the fake numbers were posted.
And then there is Google. Again, how did Google call the election so soon? Beyond that, why didn't
the TV news sources report the Google announcement that Trump had won? I saw CBS report that
CNN had called Wisconsin, but neither CBS, CNN, nor the New York Times ever ran an update from
Google. Google called Pennsylvania 30 minutes before CNN or CBS did, and did the same with the
election. When Google called Pennsylvania, CBS was reporting only 97% from the state, with the race
too close to call. They showed us a whole panel of experts crunching numbers from every precinct in
the state. How is it those guys couldn't do what Google had done 30 minutes earlier?
And then there is that number from CBS, which didn't change for about 30 minutes. CBS couldn't
seem to get any updates from PA for a long time, although I got updated numbers online from the state
itself. I got tired of looking at that 97% number and went to the state website, where it was reporting 99.24%. Even stranger, CBS went to its reporter live at the Trump room, and he reported 99.24% from
PA, even while CBS was still reporting 97%.
Those reports from the Trump room were curious in many ways, not the least of which was that
reporter having to say that there had just been “an earsplitting cheer” when they were told Hillary had
conceded. But we had been watching him the whole time, and we never heard any cheer, ear-splitting
or otherwise. The crowd there was obviously planted, and was very poorly directed, since they didn't
cheer at the right times. The director seemed to have left the room for coffee at the wrong time, or
But let's go back to the TV coverage for a moment. Long before the election had been decided, the
talking heads were giving the election to Trump. They weren't calling the election, but all the mini-
reports were on Clinton supporters crying or what Trump would do first as President, and so on. This
was very strange, since at that time they were also admitting the race was too close to call and that
Clinton had many possible scenarios for victory (which she did, according to numbers posted on the
map). Until Pennsylvania was called by the TV sources at about 2:30am, the election could have easily
gone either way, and was basically on a knife's edge. But long before that CBS, CNN and the New
York Times were prepping the audience for a Clinton defeat. For example, Van Jones came on long
before the election had turned and basically congratulated members of the Trump campaign for their
win. Very strange. The same sort of thing was going on on Facebook and Twitter. In short, this
election steal was extremely poorly managed, and was transparent to anyone paying close attention.
More indication of that was the way Hillary's electoral count was strangely stalled several times, the
last time at 215. For instance, although Maine could have been called for Hillary at any time in the last
hour, it never was. The same could be said for Minnesota, which they sat on until the end. It was clear
to anyone watching that all sources had been instructed to get Trump's number up early, and to sit on
Hillary's number. This made it look like Trump had a big lead, when he didn't. It was part of the sale
of the election. As I say, in reality, even given the fake numbers we saw last night, the outcome was on
a knife's edge until they called Pennsylvania, and it could have gone either way. Looking at the map, I
said to my friend that they might be constructing a 269-269 tie, to give everyone ulcers for several
more weeks. That was a very real possibility until about 2:30am, when they finally stole PA for Trump.
Trump's appearance was also strange in many ways. When he walked out, only about two people were
clapping. The rest were recording him on their cellphones. They had to play the music very loud to
make it look like there was noise in the room. When the music stopped, instead of hearing louds
cheers, we hear a few sad whistles and some words that sound like catcalls as much an anything else.
When Trump said, “She congratulated us on our victory”, and paused, you would have expected the
room to have erupted in celebration. . . but nothing. Dead silence. Again indicating very poor
direction. The guy with the crowd cues must have gone home early. Trump then read from the two
visible Teleprompters in a wooden manner, and the crowd was still very quiet. It was the most strange
and somber celebration I have ever witnessed. He was up there all alone, with his family and
supporters hanging back as if they thought he was an imposter. You would have expected them to be
gathered closely around him, hugging him and whooping, but they stood in line way back from him,
like Westworld robots.
Which brings us to another problem. Two years ago, Trump had agreed to be the Republican
candidate. But he did not agree to being the actual President. That is at least a four-year commitment,
and compared to other acting jobs Trump has had doesn't pay very well. According to the original
script, Trump was supposed to just be the foil to Hillary, making her look good. Since that is verydifficult, Trump had to play his part over-the-top, which explains all the purposely idiotic things he has
said. It was all scripted to ensure a Hillary victory, or to ensure you were relieved when she won, at
any rate. But when she got sick and the script had to be rewritten, Trump was the only one left in the
race. This has put him in a tight spot, and we will see how he gets out of it. To me, he didn't look too
thrilled to be President-elect. Pence looked far more thrilled last night, so I would say it is possible
they will invent some scenario where Trump retires. I don't know how they would do that without
faking his death, but keep your eyes open. We may be in for more hijinx. In the most interesting
script, Trump would be assassinated in a fake event, like the Lincoln event. They could then spin that
assassination for some political hay. If they had a black do it, it would be a great way to invent a race
war. Since we are coming off a black President, it would be doubly potent.
Why would they do that? Because if they invent a race war, they keep you diverted from the real
history, the real events, and the real governors. They keep you off chasing ghosts, as usual.
In another scenario, Trump might retire and be replaced by a look-alike. Keep your eyes open for that
as well. You will say no one looks like Trump, but that isn't really true. Half the look would be in a
matching wig and orange face paint. It is actually easier to match a caricature like Trump than to match
some non-descript guy who looks like everyone else, or a handsome guy.
Some will complain that this is all too negative and depressing. It gives you nothing to do. It offers no
solution. Hey, there are always solutions, and it is not up to me to tell you what to do. Think of
something yourself and do it. I am not stopping you. But if you really need a suggestion, I gave you
that back in 2008 in a paper called “The DIY Ballot”. There, I suggested several easy things you could
do, with no risk to yourself. Things that would be very effective. But that paper generated very few
comments. It sparked not the smallest revolutionary spirit, as far as I know. So when I hear people
complain now, I don't take it too seriously. What they seem to be complaining about is that I haven't
yet taken over the world based on my superpowers, unseating all the bad guys and solving all the
Well, I'm sorry, but I haven't figured out how to do that yet. When I do, I will get right on it. Until
then, I am waiting for some people to join me in these protests. These democratic solutions don't have
much effect when just one guy shows up. Protest votes don't mean much when only five real people
nationwide are protesting.
But, honestly, I no longer expect to be joined. A majority of people don't do anything and never have.
They will sit on the couch 'til the end, which is what the governors rely on. It is why I said above that
the race war will have to be “invented”. I guess you understand what I meant by that. There is nothing
to fear, because even if they fake Trump's assassination, they will not be able to incite any real race
war. Neither blacks nor whites can be induced to do anything, much less fight. They will have to stage
the race war, like they stage everything else. They will create it on a movie set and report it to you day
by day for months. So you will think there is a race war. And you will therefore act as if there is a
race war, getting scared and buying a lot of stuff you don't need and looking sideways at everyone you
meet. Just like now, but a little worse.
So that is another thing you could do. You could quit acting like that right now. It would be even
easier than a protest vote. You could quit believing all the news you read, you could quit buying all
their useless and harmful products and drugs, and you could quit looking sideways at everyone you
meet. You could find a lover, end the battle of the sexes, and quit being scared all the time. You could
tell the governors to fuck off and laugh in their faces when they look surprised. But my guess is you
aren't up to it. My guess is you are just brave enough to put a Question Authority bumper sticker on
your car or to get an ugly tattoo, but not brave enough to actually question authority.
*Remember, this Electoral College vote had to be ratified by the Senate, which split 50-50. As President of the
Senate, Gore broke the tie, voting against himself. More indication of a fake election and managed outcome.
The Only Limit is Your Own Imagination
A truth seeker is someone who dares to wade through thick series of toxic smoke screens and tries not to inhale - Gaia
"What do you call 'genius'?" "Well, seeing things others don't see. Or rather the invisible links between things." - Vladimir Nabokov (1938)
"The silence of conspiracy. Slaughtered on the altar of apathy." - Lords of the New Church (1982)
Last Edit: 11 Nov 2016 00:38 by Gaia.
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