If It Wasn’t for the Media: The Saga of Mrs. Hillary Clinton and her Cronies!

Are the polls skewed in Hillary’s favor?  Maybe?  We know the media is doing everything they can to paint her in a positive light.

It seems that every question Donald Trump is asked is a “gotcha” question, but not Hillary.  She rarely, if ever, gets asked hard questions by the media.  Part of the reason may be that she hasn’t had a press conference in months.

Wouldn’t you have loved for the media to have cornered Hillary and asked her a question like, “Mrs. Clinton do you regret calling the women who accused your husband of sexual assault and rape “sluts” “whores” and the unforgettable “bimbo eruptions?”

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As I wrote in a previous article, polls are often wrong.  But many believe during this election cycle there is has been a concerted effort to bolster the polls in Hillary’s favor as a way of making Trump supporters believe they are fighting for a lost cause and hopefully give up.

Why do Trump supporters believe they are being deceived by the media?  Because of the extremely low numbers of people who show up for Hillary’s rallies and the press never utters a word about it.

Donald Trump is packing high school gymnasiums and filling up large stadiums with thousands of supporters who wait in blistering heat or torrential rain for hours on end.  And if they are unable to get inside, they stay in the parking lot doing their best to hear a word coming from inside or catch a glimpse of their candidate.

The media rarely mentions the large turnouts for Trump’s rallies.  The refuse to show pictures or video of the large crowds; instead, they focus on a few incidences in which an agitator gained access and causes a riot.  Oh, and then they blame Trump and his supporters for inciting violence.  But that cat is now out of the bag.

But Hillary, on the other hand, can’t even fill up a donut shop — or a closet — for that matter.

One vlogger has done an excellent job documenting the utter disingenuousness of Hillary’s media attempting, with camera angles, to cover-up the fact that “crowds” at her rallies are small and unenthusiastic.

As an example, the vlogger shows a tweet from Abby D. Phillips, from ABC News, who attaches a picture with the caption “Big, boisterous crowd here in Omaha for Hillary Clinton and Warren Buffett.”

The picture appears to show a packed house with a sea of blue Hillary signs waving in the forefront.  Impressive to say the least.

But someone else snapped a picture at the exact same time, and we see what appears to be a middle school gym not even a quarter of the way filled.  But you wouldn’t have known the truth if you simply trusted the ABC reporter.

I am posting the video below, and I encourage you to watch it in its entirety. But needless to say, the vlogger gives numerous examples of the media cropping camera angles to make the crowds at Hillary rallies appear larger or to deceive by not showing how small and pathetic they really are.

He then shows pictures snapped by common men and women (by common I mean not the media elite) of Trump rallies filled to capacity with five, ten up to twenty thousand people wall to wall.

This utter deception by Hillary’s media is why folks do not trust them or their polls.  It is that simple folks.




Jerry Johnson

Jerry Johnson was the former Director of the Apologetics Group and President of Nicene Council. He was the senior writer/researcher for numerous documentaries including the best-selling Amazing Grace: The History & Theology of Calvinism. In the 1990s he served as Executive Director of the Christian Coalition of Hillsborough County Florida. He currently holds an M.A. in Christian Studies and a M. Phil. in Christian Apologetics. He lives with his wife of nearly 30 years and has four children and four grandchildren.

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