The Blue Wall Crumbles

It’s happening, folks

Trump +5 in New Hampshire (ARG)
Trump +1 in New Hampshire (WBUR)
Tie in New Hampshire (Suffolk)

If New Hampshire is wobbling this much, what does Maine look like? What about Virginia and Colorado? Clearly, we are seeing a Tie in Colorado and Trump +3 in Virginia for a reason. This is a major breakthrough in the state of the race.

Chaser: Egg McMuffin is toast in Utah. Look at the Monmouth and Rasmussen polls.

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  1. In this tale of two candidates, the main characters seem to have switched places. Here’s video of Trump, keeping it cool …

    https://www.washingtonpost.com/news/the-fix/wp/2016/11/03/stay-on-point-donald-where-did-trumps-public-inner-monologue-come-from/
    (“Stay on point, Donald”–Washington Post)

    Here, in contrast, is video of Clinton, a bit agitated …

    https://uploads.disquscdn.com/images/896142481a701df52bc98bed777392f616da080de9b80bbfbc1e058c85ff9b28.jpg

  2. New Hampshire is one of the few states that require photo ID to vote. In the states that don’t, 300% turnout in key inner-city precincts will cinch the election for Hillary.

    • The way I understand it is voter fraud and rigging of results can only change the outcomes of elections that are very close, like the one in 1960 between Kennedy and Nixon.

  3. I just don’t believe he is up in VA. Though I’m inclined to agree with yor assessment yesterday that educated suburban men are breaking late for him. NOVA is just to big, I’m afraid. But hey, I’m hopin.

    • I have a theory. Don’t a lot of FBI people live in Virginia along with NSA and CIA people. Not to mention Naval personnel?

      They must be taking umbrage at this sloppy security and the obvious cover for arms dealing.

    • Me either.

      We should tout that poll to the ends of the earth though. If people think Trump is winning in Virginia, they will be far less likely to vote for a conscience candidate like Johnson or McMuffin. We’re already seeing his collapse in Utah.

  4. New Hampshire is huge. Get Nevada, Ohio, Florida, N.C., NH and standard Red States and we got 269, a tie, decided by a Republican House of Rep. Split Maine, and we get to 270.

    • Or a new Constantine… Or Cyrus of Persia…. Clearly, whoever he is “channeling”, he is the almighty’s choice… When compared to a have been Jezebel of hell!

  5. ‘Egg McMuffin is toast in Utah.’

    I caught a segment of an interview that Orrin Hatch did with Hannity. Hatch and several other leaders of the GOP in Utah have been campaigning for Trump which surprised me as Hatch is pretty much a cuckservative in high standing.

    Hannity said that when he visits Salt Lake City it’s like going back in time 50 years and the people might not be comfortable with the way Trump speaks and acts.

    Hatch then said, “Well, maybe he is just what the Republican Party needs … someone who will get in there, break some chairs and get things done.”

    Not word for word but close.

    • These people must be targeted. I voted for the Democrat against “the little brown one over there” as his Grandfather famously described him. This is a talent white America has yet to learn (strategic voting).

  6. al-Guardian calls FBI “Trumpland” in hit piece; says the Feds call Hillary “Antichrist”.

    Rational people will respond: “The FBI has the evidence. They can see what’s going on. If they hate Hillary, and support Trump — they must have good reasons.”

    ***

    ‘The FBI is Trumpland’: anti-Clinton atmosphere spurred leaks, sources say

    theguardian

    Highly unfavorable view of Hillary Clinton intensified after James Comey’s decision not to recommend an indictment over her use of a private email server

    One agent called the bureau ‘Trumplandia,’ with some colleagues openly discussing voting for the Republican nominee.

    Deep antipathy to Hillary Clinton exists within the FBI, multiple bureau sources have told the Guardian, spurring a rapid series of leaks damaging to her campaign just days before the election.

    Current and former FBI officials, none of whom were willing or cleared to speak on the record, have described a chaotic internal climate that resulted from outrage over director James Comey’s July decision not to recommend an indictment over Clinton’s maintenance of a private email server on which classified information transited.

    “The FBI is Trumpland,” said one current agent.

    This atmosphere raises major questions about how Comey and the bureau he is slated to run for the next seven years can work with Clinton should she win the White House.

    The currently serving FBI agent said Clinton is “the antichrist personified to a large swath of FBI personnel,” and that “the reason why they’re leaking is they’re pro-Trump.”

    The agent called the bureau “Trumplandia”, with some colleagues openly discussing voting for a GOP nominee who has garnered unprecedented condemnation from the party’s national security wing and who has pledged to jail Clinton if elected.

    Related: Hillary Clinton: ‘There is no case’ in FBI email investigation

    • Wiki:
      Ackerman was a member of the private Google Groups forum JournoList. Incendiary JournoList comments by Ackerman on topics like the Jeremiah Wright controversy were revealed by the Daily Caller. Ackerman, then of the Washington Independent, wrote, “I do not endorse a Popular Front, nor do I think you need to. It’s not necessary to jump to Wright-qua-Wright’s defense. What is necessary is to raise the cost on the right of going after the left.

      In other words, find a rightwinger’s [sic] and smash it through a plate-glass window. Take a snapshot of the bleeding mess and send it out in a Christmas card to let the right know that it needs to live in a state of constant fear. Obviously I mean this rhetorically.”

      James Taranto of the Wall Street Journal took issue with a particularly controversial e-mail from Ackerman: “If the right forces us all to either defend Wright or tear him down, no matter what we choose, we lose the game they’ve put upon us. Instead, take one of them — Fred Barnes, Karl Rove, who cares – and call them racists”.

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