Tuesday, June 21, 2016

Anger Management at Clinton.com

And she wants to control the nuclear football: Secret Service Agent Book: Raging Hillary Clinton Threw Bible at Agent’s Colleague Maybe anger management sessions should be part of her sentence in the private email server case.

Speaking of anger management, a 19 year old British Hillary supporter, (or was he a Bernie Bro?), tried to take a gun away from a security guard at a Las Vegas Trump rally to assassinate Donald Trump. Maybe Donald should amend his plan to exclude British tourists until we can figure out how to properly vet them.

A fellow St. Lucie, Florida Muslim reports that the Orlando killer, Omar Mateen, was a Hillary supporter, too.
. . . Omar and I continued to have infrequent conversations over the next few years. I last saw him at a dinner at his father’s house in January. We talked about the presidential election and debated our views of the candidates that were running – he liked Hillary Clinton and I liked Bernie Sanders. This banter continued through texts and phone calls for several months.
Hillary AND ISIS. The man was evil.

Guccifer 2.0 strikes again: Leaked Guide Shows Clinton Staffers how to Solicit for Super Pac without Breaking Pesky Rules
The memo, found among the trove of documents from the Democratic National Committee apparently stolen by the hacker who goes by the name Guccifer 2.0, includes rules and sample statements that will keep you on the right side of America’s barely existing campaign finance laws.

All the rules quoted below are taken directly from that memo. The sample statements are an artistic extrapolation.
Rule: “All conversations that refer to a Preferred Super PAC should include a hard ask for $5,000.”
Statement: “The law allows us to ask our supporters to give $5,000 to the Priorities USA Super PAC. I legally cannot ask you to give more than that, even though, given your enormous fortune, you could easily afford it. You are very handsome and/or pretty.”
Rule: “Do not specifically earmark the funds for [Hillary Clinton]’s election.”
Statement: “We do not control how Priorities USA spends its money. Anything is possible! Anything at all! All the people making the decisions have been employed by Bill and Hillary Clinton since 1995.”
I'm opposed to campaign finance restrictions in general, but if they exist, they must be enforced evenly on all sides.

A lie even Glenn Kessler couldn't stomach? Another claim of a Hillary Clinton “accomplishment” goes up in flames
While most of her surrogates begin stammering and attempting to change the subject when questions of specifically what those accomplishments might be comes up, Clinton herself has no trouble listing them as part of her campaign portfolio. This past week they put out yet another campaign ad touting one of her many victories on behalf of America’s children. Did you know that she was instrumental in creating the Children’s Health Insurance Program in 1998?

What’s that you say? She wasn’t even in any elected office in 1998 and couldn’t possibly have enacted any legislation or signed a bill into law? She’s not going to let a little thing like that bother her.
But as usual, when considering a lie from the left, Kessler manages to weasel it down to only two Pinocchios.

A bumper crop from Larwyn's Linx 06/2010 More Examples of Google Gaming Search Results to Benefit Hillary ClintonAG Lynch: I've Never Discussed Hillary Email Probe With ObamaHillary faces serious, even legal, potholes on road to presidencyHillary, DNC conspired to engineer media blackout of Bernie SandersForget Party Unity: New DNC Email Leak Means No Going Back For Sanders’ Democrats.

Wombat-socho's "In the Mailbox, 06.20.16" has nothing, zip, zero, nada about Hillary. But you should scan it anyway, if only for the usually sensible Megan McArdle's "Game of Thrones" spoilers. Nah, really, there's a bunch of good stuff there, just not any Hillary.

TV News Feasts on Trump Controversies While Ignoring Hillary’s Scandals That's because they're all just Democrat Party hacks with bylines.

Swing State Polls Show Close Race Between Clinton, Trump
Traditional swing states show a battle similar to the fight in 2012 between Barack Obama and Mitt Romney, with one exception. The emergence of Pennsylvania as a toss-up contest has already shifted the landscape ahead of November.

On Thursday, Democrat-leaning firm PPP released a poll of Virginia voters showing Clinton leading Trump by 3 points in the Old Dominion. Last year, PPP showed Clinton leading Trump by 10 points in Virginia. Since then, Clinton’s favorablity has decreased, while Trump’s has improved.
Could the Bradley Effect be playing a role?
The Bradley effect posits that the inaccurate polls were skewed by the phenomenon of social desirability bias. Specifically, some white voters give inaccurate polling responses for fear that, by stating their true preference, they will open themselves to criticism of racial motivation. Members of the public may feel under pressure to provide an answer that is deemed to be more publicly acceptable, or 'politically correct'. The reluctance to give accurate polling answers has sometimes extended to post-election exit polls as well. The race of the pollster conducting the interview may factor into voters' answers.
Trump is orange, after all. 

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