Will Trump’s Claims Of “Rigged” Election Discourage His Voters?

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At least that’s what the main-stream-media wants you to believe.

Donald Trump, who won the GOP POTUS primary in an unprecidented campaign, without massive amounts of money, and against all establishment favorites, and garnered the most primary votes, ever, in a primary campaign, is losing to a vastly unpopular candidate who only won her own primary due to cronyism and manipulation of her own party platform rules. How does that happen?

It doesn’t.

If you’re following the campaigns, and watching candidate appearances, you’re seeing capacity crowds for Trump and drastically less for Clinton events. During the conventions, delegates walked out of the DNC convention, and delegates united and cheered at the RNC convention.

So, how can it be that Trump is behind in the polls?  Is it possible he could lose in November? Is it possible the election could be rigged? And these claims are what the MSM wants to use to discourage voter turnout in November.

Trump isn’t the only one worried about sculduggery in November. Pat Buchanan thinks its a much more serious threat than ever before.

Trump is threatening to “delegitimize” the election results of 2016.

Well, if that is what Trump is trying to do, he has no small point. For consider what 2016 promised and what it appears about to deliver.

… And if, as the polls show we might, we get Clinton — and TPP, and amnesty, and endless migrations of Third World peoples who consume more tax dollars than they generate, and who will soon swamp the Republicans’ coalition — what was 2016 all about?

Would this really be what a majority of Americans voted for in this most exciting of presidential races?

“Those who make peaceful revolution impossible will make violent revolution inevitable,” said John F. Kennedy.

The 1960s and early 1970s were a time of social revolution in America, and President Nixon, by ending the draft and ending the Vietnam war, presided over what one columnist called the “cooling of America.”

But if Hillary Clinton takes power, and continues America on her present course, which a majority of Americans rejected in the primaries, there is going to a bad moon rising.

And the new protesters in the streets will not be overprivileged children from Ivy League campuses.

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And, true to form, the leftist media wants to do anything it can to stop the Trump Train, so here is how they counter Trump’s allegations of a rigged election. They’re always trying to drive the narrative.

The Washington Post declared Trump’s claims of a rigged election will keep his supporters at home.

If you were running for president, and you wanted to make sure that your supporters actually showed up and voted on Nov. 8, should you be warning of a “rigged election”? If you are Donald Trump, the apparent answer is yes.

Already people are dubious about whether this is actually a good strategy:

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But it’s true! Elections can be rigged.

The Political Insider published this.

First, it was reported that a Republican candidate running in Chicago, Illinois tried to vote for himself… Only to have the electronic Diebold voting machine cast a vote for his opponent. Unlike paper ballots, computers are only as good as the programmers setting up software, and are always open to the possibility of hackers.

… Now, there is more confirmation that Democrats are working with local, partisan board of election bureaucrats to rig machines in the same way. In Maryland, where far-left Gov. Martin O’Malley – a Presidential hopeful – is in charge, it has been comfirmed by experts that Democrats are getting a little extra “help” in the midterm elections:

… Isn’t it interesting that “calibration issues” never seem to favor Republicans? Also, “calibration” is more of a term for analog devices… When what we are dealing with here is an actual computer programming issue.

But as a software developer and expert of on touch-screen technology used by the U.S. government told Newsmax, these stories of improper votes is alarming:

So, when you’re Donald Trump, and determined to beat the establishment machine, what do you do to battle the rigged election beast?

NBC News reported this.

Donald Trump is now recruiting “Trump Election Observers” to combat what he has called a “rigged” election. 

A link on his page — that directs participants to donate — rewards registrants with an email that promises to “do everything we are legally allowed to do to stop crooked Hillary from rigging this election.” 

The call to action comes less than 24 hours after Trump said Democratic rival Hillary Clinton couldn’t win in Pennsylvania unless she cheats and just days after he began inserting voter identification riffs heavily into his stump speech. 

“She can’t beat what’s happening here,” the Republican presidential nominee told the crowd in Altoona on Friday night. “The only way they can beat it, in my opinion, and I mean this 100 percent, if in certain sections of the state they cheat, OK?” 

Read more of the Trump “rigged election” strategy at NBC News

After all the above, it may just be possible, the leftist media, the establishment Republicans and Democrats may just get their asses handed to them. Because this election, like no other in our lifetimes has finally awoken a sleeping nation, and at least up until now, stopped the masses from following, blindly. It just might be possible the electorate won’t stand still for a “rigged” election.

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