Poll: Most Americans Believe Facebook and Twitter Censor Them

Most people have wised up to evil Zuckerberg and dumb Twitter.

The bias against conservatives, race realists, and the alt-right is real.

Excerpt from Bloomberg


A whopping 72 percent of those polled think it’s likely companies such as Facebook and Twitter actively censor political views that they consider objectionable, according to a Pew Research Center study released Thursday.

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Poll: Obama ‘worst president’ since World War II

We were told by the press how great Obama was.

It seems the indoctrination didn’t take hold.

Blacks are going to say that the poll proves nothing other than how racist white people are. The whites just won’t give a nigga a fair shake.

USA Today

President Obama has topped predecessor George W. Bush in another poll, but not one he would like.

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CBS News Poll: Americans Love Israel, but Split on Trump’s Policies Toward the Jewish State

Conservatives and white evangelicals especially love Trump sucking up to Bibi.

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74% Of Americans Believe The “Deep State” Is Running The Country

The poll at the center of this post asked no questions about who the Deep State is. In other words, the word Jew wasn’t raised by the pollsters. It would be interesting to know what fraction of those awake to the Deep State are aware of the Jew’s dominance of education, the legal system, the press, and more.

Zerohedge

For the past two years, the long-running narrative, at least that promulgated by the mainstream media which continues to “explain away” Hillary Clinton’s loss to Donald Trump, is that Americans had fallen for a massive, long-running fake news scam (in part aided and abetted by the likes of Facebook), which boosted Trump’s popularity at the expense of Hillary’s as part of some giant “Russian collusion” conspiracy theory between the Trump campaign and the Kremlin (which Mueller was supposed to uncover, but has instead shifted to investigating obstruction, seemingly unable to find anything).

But what if that entire narrative is dead wrong: what if Americans have become so skeptical in the government process and structure, they never needed a “fake news” boost to vote for an establishment outsider?

So the press and the Deep State (James Clapper et. al.) comes up with more and bigger lies. They’re doubling down with a losing hand.

The commenters at ZH know the score about Jews.

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Hillary voters turn on Bill Clinton

THEY WANTED IT …

THEY DIDN’T.

The drawback to the current moral panic over men sexually harassing women, or in the case of Bill Clinton, allegedly raping them, is that it likely encourages false allegations by publicity hounds of exaggerated ones by sincere women who want people to feel sorry for them.

For the moment at least, the heat is on Bill Clinton rather than Roy Moore, the poster boy du jour for alleged naughty behavior.

Washington Times

A majority of Hillary Clinton voters say the sexual misconduct accusations against Bill Clinton are “credible,” according to a new poll.

The Huffington Post/YouGov survey released on Wednesday found 53 percent of those who voted for the former first lady believe the allegations against her husband have merit. Eleven percent say the accusations are “not credible,” and 36 percent are not sure or need more information.

Among President Trump’s base, 84 percent say the accusations against Mr. Clinton are valid, while 4 percent say they are not.

Overall, 57 percent of the country say the accusations against the 42nd president are credible, compared to 8 percent who say they are not.

The poll does not single out a specific accusation against Mr. Clinton for scrutiny. It merely asks participants whether these “assertions generally are credible or are not credible?”

Overall, 57 percent of the country say the accusations against the 42nd president are credible, compared to 8 percent who say they are not.

The poll does not single out a specific accusation against Mr. Clinton for scrutiny. It merely asks participants whether these “assertions generally are credible or are not credible?”

Juanita Broaddrick accused Mr. Clinton of raping her in 1978.

Kathleen Willey, a former White House aide, said Mr. Clinton groped her in his office in 1993. Mr. Clinton has denied both of those allegations.

Paula Jones, a former Arkansas state employee, asserted that while Mr. Clinton was governor in 1991, he propositioned her for sex and exposed himself. The former president settled a lawsuit with Ms. Jones in 1998 for $850,000 with no admission of guilt.

Several women have also accused Mr. Clinton of engaging in extramarital affairs―most notably Monica Lewinsky, the former White House intern at the center of the effort to impeach Mr. Clinton for perjury.

The poll comes as several prominent Democrats have come to acknowledge Mr. Clinton’s transgressions in the wake of the allegations against Hollywood producer Harvey Weinstein.

MSNBC host Chris Hayes tweeted on Friday: “As gross and cynical and hypocritical as the right’s ‘what about Bill Clinton‘ stuff is, it’s also true that Democrats and the center left are overdue for a real reckoning with the allegations against him.”

Whether one believes allegations of sexual misconduct against Mr. Trump, however, is still largely dependent on politics.

Eighty-three percent of Hillary voters say the sex allegations against Mr. Trump are “credible,” compared to 6 percent of Trump voters who say the same.

A similar split exists when it comes to former Fox News personality Bill O’Reilly, who was ousted from the network earlier this year amid reports that he racked up millions of dollars to settle sexual harassment lawsuits. Just 18 percent of Trump voters said those allegations have merit, compared to 76 percent of Hillary voters.

Both sides agree that the accusations against Mr. Weinstein are credible. Eighty-one percent of Hillary voters and 74 percent of Trump voters say the wide-ranging allegations against the Hollywood producer are believable.

The Huffington Post/YouGov poll surveyed 1,000 respondents from Oct. 27 to 28. It has a margin of error of 3.8 percent.

Maybe both Democrats and Republicans can come together to make sure (((Harvey))) is put on trial for the alleged rape he committed.

I wonder if all those women teachers who have sex with their students will learn a lesson from all this?

Nah!

Stay Strong, Alabama! Roy Moore Still Ahead in Polls

At least one liberal was triggered this morning:

Majority Of White Americans Say They Believe Whites Face Discrimination

A full 45 percent of white Americans are still asleep or in denial.

Only 55 percent of white Americans believe there is discrimination against white people.

Let’s see:

1. Affirmative Action in jobs and college admissions: What is AA other than discrimination against white people.

2. Race Replacement: What is an immigration policy that allows the country to become minority white? Obviously, it’s discrimination against the white race.

3. White Lives Matter: When the culture says you’re a bad person if you claim that white lives matter, isn’t that discrimination against white people?

4. When universities preach that “whiteness” must be exterminated, do they also preach that “blackness” must be exterminated too? No? Then what are universities doing but discriminating against whites?

4. When Hollywood portrays white men as bumbling fools in TV commericials, but not men of other races, no one with common sense would say that’s not discrimination.

5. As white mortality rates rise and white lifespans decline, as recent evidence documented in this post has shown, there’s more evidence that whites are discriminated against.

I could go on, but instead will reiterate to the sleeping 45 percent: Wake up!

NPR

A majority of whites say discrimination against them exists in America today, according to a poll released Tuesday from NPR, the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation and the Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health.

“If you apply for a job, they seem to give the blacks the first crack at it,” said 68-year-old Tim Hershman of Akron, Ohio, “and, basically, you know, if you want any help from the government, if you’re white, you don’t get it. If you’re black, you get it.”

Instead of worrying about petty examples of blacks picking up a benefit here and there, consider the root cause of discrimination against whites:

The real issue isn’t whether whites face discrimination and unfair treatment by government and a diversity-driven private sector.

No, the real issue is what or who is behind that unfair treatment.

I’ve given you the answer, but let’s see how disengaged from the truth whites really are by reading more from the article.

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