Washington Compost Puts Out Piece Claiming That Hillary Clinton Has Already Won
From INFO STORMER
The Washington Compost is claiming that Hillary Clinton has pretty much won the election. They’ve put out a piece talking about how the Clinton campaign is looking at ways to run up the electoral college tally. They actually think that victory is a foregone conclusion.
This is cleverly designed propaganda to discourage Donald Trump supporters from voting. Make no mistake about it, this campaign is far from over.
We still have one more debate to go. For all we know Clinton could have a seizure and collapse on stage due to her failing health. She could suffer a mental breakdown trying to explain all the criminality and corruption she and her staff have involved themselves in. Who knows what might happen with that.
Then we have the Wikileaks dump of John Podesta’s e-mails. These are going to be slowly released all the way up until election day. This dump has already done a great deal of damage to the Clinton campaign and we are just seeing the beginning.
There’s also James O’Keefe’s video footage some of which is set for release tomorrow. O’Keefe says the material will be greatly damaging to Clinton.
Here’s a blurb taken from the Compost’s bull shit op-ed.
From Washington Compost:
Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton faces a striking choice in the final three weeks of the campaign: to expand her efforts to states that Democrats haven’t won in a generation, or to stay a current course that, if conditions hold, would deliver her a resounding electoral college victory.
After two tumultuous weeks focused on Donald Trump’s behavior toward women, Clinton is ahead in nearly all of the key battleground states where her campaign has directed the most resources, according to many recent polls. But some once-solidly Republican states — notably Arizona, Georgia and Utah — now also appear to be in play.
Clinton aides said they see advantages to running up the score in the electoral college, where 270 votes wins the White House. Victories in unexpected places could boost that total, handing her more of a mandate come January and decreasing the potency of Trump’s complaints of a “rigged” election.
But victories in core battleground states such as Pennsylvania and New Hampshire would almost assuredly cut off Trump’s path as well. Those states are also home to key down-ballot races that will determine control of the Senate, an important factor in how much support Clinton would have while launching an agenda in January.
“It’s true more and more states are emerging as truly competitive,” Clinton spokesman Brian Fallon said.“We are closely following the situations in those states even as we refuse to take anything for granted in the core battlegrounds, which also happen to be the sites of some of the biggest Senate races.”