Corrupt WaPo Rigged Poll Shows Democrat Leading Roy Moore in Alabama Senate Race

It would be reasonable to conclude that the Washington Post Alabama Senate race poll is a psyop intended to demoralize supporters of Judge Roy Moore.

Those smart “hillbillies” down south are surely on to the MSM’s tricks by now.

Breitbart

new Washington Post poll of likely voters in the Alabama U.S. Senate race that shows liberal Democrat Doug Jones with a three-point lead over conservative Republican Roy Moore, 50 percent to 47 percent, was based on a methodology that includes an oversampling of Democrat voters.

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Alabama Poll: Judge Roy Moore Leads Radical Democrat Doug Jones by Six Points

ALABAMA SENATE CANDIDATE ROY MOORE AND WIFE.

It was time to get back to the Roy Moore story now that President Trump has defended him, and so here’s what’s purported to be good news for Roy.

We’ll explore the MSM’s continuing efforts to see Roy go down in defeat another time. What I want to say to Alabama readers is that the liberal (((elites))) on both coasts want to bully you into electing the Democrat, whose values are their values.

Don’t let them intimidate you, Alabama.

Excerpt from Breitbart

MONTGOMERY, Alabama — Judge Roy Moore, the conservative GOP nominee for the U.S. Senate in Alabama, maintains a solid lead over Democrat Doug Jones, a new poll obtained exclusively by Breitbart News shows.
The poll from WT&S Consulting of 11,641 likely voters conducted from November 18 to November 20, with a margin of error of 1.2 percent, has Moore at 46.4 percent—towering six points over Jones, who is stuck down at 40.5 percent—while 13.1 percent are undecided.

The survey includes 60.9 percent Republicans and 39.1 percent Democrats—approximately the margins by which President Donald Trump defeated failed 2016 Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Rodham Clinton in Alabama.

“This survey shows Roy Moore tracking down slightly since the allegations were released by the Washington Post but still holding a 5.9 percent lead,” pollster John Wahl told Breitbart News.

“Undecided had the most significant increase while Doug Jones also gained some support over the last ten days. Polling has been all over the place in this special election for U.S. Senate. I have seen numbers ranging from Roy Moore being ten points up to him being eight points down, and that’s surveys conducted during the same time frame. There have even been polls where Barack Obama had a higher favorable rating than Donald Trump. Clearly, that does not properly represent the voting history we have seen in Alabama’s past elections. My objective with this survey was to get some clarity on where this race actually is. I wanted to survey a massive sampling of registered voters and let them speak for themselves. With 11,641 respondents, I feel we have accomplished that mission.”

Wahl’s firm has done some work for the Moore campaign this election cycle, but before the runoff in the GOP primary where Moore smoked appointed incumbent Sen. Luther Strange to win the nomination by nearly double digits.

This survey comes on the heels of a handful of others showing a closer race—or a Jones lead. A Fox News survey showed Jones with an eight-point lead, but that poll—which Wahl referenced in his quote—showed former President Barack Obama’s favorability as higher than Trump’s in Alabama, something entirely inaccurate. Online surveys that showed a tie between Strange and Moore walking into the runoff now also show a tie between Moore and Jones, even though their track record is not the best. Wahl’s polls in Alabama proved to be the most accurate ahead of the runoff, as they came within a percentage point of nailing the outcome; his last poll predicted Moore would win by 8.6 percent, and Moore actually won by 9.2 percent.

This survey comes after Moore has weathered one of the biggest scandals in recent GOP senatorial history, where the Washington Post and Gloria Allred have hit Moore in recent weeks with allegations of sexual misconduct. Several holes and inconsistencies in those stories have emerged, however, and Moore has powered through—all while Jones’s radical positions on major campaign issues have come to the forefront. Jones, who has attempted to present himself as a moderate, opposes President Trump’s border wall, plans to vote against tax cuts, supports full-term abortion and amnesty for illegal aliens, and believes in “limitations” on the Second Amendment—all while wrapping himself up in the LGBTQ community’s activist agenda—something that puts him at odds with mainstream voters in Alabama.

In contrast to Jones, here’s a photo of Judge Roy Moore standing by his Ten Commandments monument. His refusal to back down cost him his job as Chief Justice of the Alabama Supreme Court.

As I looked for a photo for this story I saw two new smear jobs have just come out on Roy. Ridiculous!

By the way, Steve Bannon’s Breitbart News is clearly in favor of Roy. Thus, you shouldn’t consider Breitbart to be an unbiased source.

Shock poll: NFL now least liked sport, core fans down 31%

The Negro Felons League is paying a price for its anti-white racism, but the price isn’t high enough.

Hopefully, the dumb apes who started the campaign to kill the goose that laid golden eggs for them will keep taking the knee to disrespect the flag and the National Anthem.

Ideally, the NFL, the player’s union, and the TV networks will be driven into bankruptcy by the actions of the ungrateful black millionaires.

Washington Examiner

Over just one month of player, coach, and owner protests of the flag and National Anthem, the National Football League has gone from America’s sport to the least liked of top professional and college sports, according to a new poll.

From the end of August to the end of September, the favorable ratings for the NFL have dropped from 57 percent to 44 percent, and it has the highest unfavorable rating – 40 percent – of any big sport, according to the Winston Group survey provided exclusively to Secrets.

Worse for football, which was already seeing lower TV ratings and empty stadium seats, the month of protests and complaints about them from President Trump drove core fans, men 34-54, away, the most significant indicator that NFL brass aren’t in touch with their base.

The Winston Poll from the Washington-based Winston Group found that the attitude of those fans went from an August rating of 73 percent favorable and 19 percent unfavorable to 42 percent favorable and 47 percent unfavorable, a remarkable turn against the sport.

According to the poll analysis, “more critically for the NFL, the fall off in favorables occurred among important audiences. Among males, NFL favorables fell 23 percent, going from 68 percent to 45 percent. In looking at a more specific audience, males 34-54, NFL favorables fell 31 percent, going from 73 percent to 42 percent. Among this group the NFL has a surprising negative image, as it went from +54 percent in August to -5 percent in September.”

The Winston Poll was of brand images for the NFL, Major League Baseball, the National Basketball Association, and college football and basketball. It was of 1,000 registered voters and taken August 29-30 and then again September 28-29.

In August, baseball had the highest favorables, just a few points above the NFL.

Fans disgusted by football shouldn’t forget the sponsors too. Advertisers should also have to pay a price.

Did the Russians Do This?

Seen at Jeff Giesea’s Twitter

Jeff Gisea wrote: “Dear @BenSasse,

Russia didn’t create this trendline. Sitting politicians like you did.”

Who controls those politicians? (((You know who.)))

Poll: Most Americans Oppose White Supremacists, But Many Share Their Views

When a polling firm comes calling, there’s always the question of whether a large number of people will lie to the pollsters and thus provide inaccurate results.

You have to suspect that people are somewhat reluctant to express pro-white views to a stranger.

The good news is that the biases mean that the real number of White Nationalists is higher than the poll results show.

Huffington Post

A new poll in the wake of the violence in Charlottesville, Virginia, finds that while Americans widely say they oppose racism and white nationalism, many still appear to hold far-right, white supremacist views.

The Ipsos poll, for Thomson Reuters and the University of Virginia Center for Politics, was conducted online from Aug. 21 to Sept. 5 ― in the weeks following the deadly white supremacist rally in Charlottesville. It sampled around 5,360 American adults, asking questions about race that respondents could agree or disagree with to varying degrees.

“While there is relatively little national endorsement of neo-Nazis and white supremacists,” according to the release describing the poll’s findings, “there are troubling levels of support for certain racially-charged ideas and attitudes frequently expressed by extremist groups.”

While the vast majority of Americans polled expressed support for racial equality when asked in so many words ― 70 percent strongly agreed that “all races are equal,” and 89 percent agreed that all races should be treated equally ― people’s responses got murkier when it came to expressing their viewpoints on particular issues related to race and extremism.

For instance, while only 8 percent of respondents said they supported white nationalism as a group or movement, a far larger percentage said they supported viewpoints widely held by white supremacist groups: 31 percent of Americans polled strongly or somewhat agreed that “America must protect and preserve its White European heritage,” and 39 percent agreed that “white people are currently under attack in this country.”

“The poll results do show both an American public that overwhelmingly rejects racist affiliations and movements but at the same time is more tolerant of racially insensitive positions,” Kyle Kondik, communications director at the University of Virginia Center for Politics, told HuffPost.

“The results may be what you might expect from a country that is arguably defined by racial conflict,” he added. “And one that can vote for an African-American for president who ran on unity less than a decade ago, and then turn around and vote for a vehemently anti-immigrant candidate who exploited white grievances just last year.”

The poll addressed several hot-button issues surrounding racial justice in America ― and in many cases, the majority of respondents seemed to agree with more conservative viewpoints.

When it comes to the debate about removing Confederate monuments, for instance, most Americans polled (57 percent) said they think the statues should remain in public spaces, and less than one-third (26 percent) said they think they should be removed.

Touching on recent heated debates surrounding free speech versus hate speech, the poll found a majority of Americans (59 percent) agreed with the statement that “‘political correctness’ threatens our liberty as Americans to speak our minds,” a view often touted by conservative leaders ― including President Donald Trump.

Even support for interracial marriage ― 50 years after the landmark Supreme Court decision Loving v. Virginia ― isn’t as widespread as one might think: Around 1 in 6 Americans, or 16 percent, strongly or somewhat agreed that “marriage should only be allowed between people of the same race,” while 65 percent of Americans disagreed.

As NAACP Legal Defense Fund staffer Janai Nelson told HuffPost last month: “Calling out extremists, white supremacists, neo-Nazis is an important but very low bar for where we should be as a society at this stage in our democracy.”

“What we should be [having] is a much more nuanced and deepened understanding of how those ‘isms’ manifest in policy, in systems, in a cloak of oppression that still lives with us,” Nelson said.

Check out UVA’s summary of the poll’s findings here, or view the results directly here.

Links are live at HuffPo.

In case you were wondering, the John Wayne quote above is true, as reported by Snopes.

John Wayne had much of interest to say about nonwhites. Click on the “continue reading” button to see more.

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WaPo Poll: Americans OVERWHELMINGLY Disapprove of Trump’s Charlottesville Response Blaming Both Sides

TRUMP CATCHES THE ECLIPSE THROUGH SAFETY GLASSES.

In school, decades ago, we learned that “There are lies, damned lies, and statistics.”

Polls could fit in there too. Recall all the polls that predicted a landslide victory for Hillary Clinton.

The poll that’s the focus of this post could be as inaccurate as the polls that predicted a Hillary win.

On the other hand, the incessant fake media message that holding the violent, anti-American leftist thugs that attacked the Charlottesville patriots accountable for their actions makes you a Nazi, may have taken root in the American psyche.

The press ignored the patriots to zero in on a few people (infiltrators?) displaying swastikas. The talking heads on the TV news incessantly referred to the Unite the Right patriots as being allied with “Nazis.” Every American schoolchild is taught to hate Nazis, without any of the true history of that tragic era in history ever being told.

We have a big job in getting normies to understand the truth about the Antifa, Communism, anarchism, and history. That’s long term. In the short term we have to keep pushing the message that the Antifa are NOT friendly social justice warriors fighting for safe spaces, but rather thugs fighting because they love hurting and killing people.

Excerpt from the Washington Post Through NOLA

By The Washington Post

Twice as many Americans disapprove than approve of President Donald Trump’s response to the deadly Charlottesville, Virginia, protests led by white supremacists that ignited widespread political backlash against the White House, although a majority of Republicans offer at least tepid support in a new Washington Post-ABC News poll.

Trump’s handling of the racially charged clashes at the Unite the Right rally Aug. 12 erupted into a major flashpoint in his administration and earned him rebukes from members of Congress, military leaders and major business executives. The president equivocated in denouncing the hate groups and cast blame on “both sides” for the deadly violence, prompting criticism that he was fanning racial tensions.

The Post-ABC survey finds overwhelming majorities across party lines saying it is unacceptable to hold white supremacist views, while 9 percent say such views are acceptable.

The public is less united on a central criticism of Trump’s remarks following the protests, with 42 percent saying he is putting white supremacists on equal standing with those who oppose these groups. Thirty-five percent say Trump is not equating the two, while the rest of those in the survey – 23 percent – offer no opinion.

The poll underscores the degree to which Trump’s base has largely stuck with him during the most tumultuous week of his presidency, in which few Republicans in Washington defended his response to the protests and many criticized him for not pinning blame clearly on the white supremacist and neo-Nazi groups.

Trump’s overall approval rating of 37 percent in the latest survey is little different from his 36 percent mark in July and other polling prior to the protests, although it is still lower than for his recent predecessors in the White House this early in their tenures.

To quote from Jewamongyou’s latest post on his site: (bolded by me)

We already knew that the media would paint a biased picture of what transpired. We knew that Antifa would use violence to advance their agenda. We knew that some on the right would display Nazi symbols – and that the Left would take full advantage of it.

Don’t give up. Don’t curl up in the fetal position and say, “I’ll just keep a low profile and stay out of the fray. It’s not worth speaking my mind under such circumstances.”

On the contrary, we’re in a struggle and we must keep fighting. If not for that, we’d be a bunch of useless eaters – just like so many other Americans. What’s the point of living if you’re not willing to fight for what is right?

Poll Reveals Americans’ Opinions on Confederate Monuments, White Supremacists

A nice 60 percent of Americans oppose the removal of Confederate monuments. Before getting too excited, remember that America today is only 62 percent white, according to official numbers. As America grows more nonwhite because of demographic changes related to birth rates, the percent favoring the removal of our history will rise.

sentinelksmo.org

Despite repeated calls from media, official action, and protests to remove monuments across the country, the American people aren’t so certain Confederate monuments –or other historical monuments–should be taken down. A pair of polls conducted since a white nationalist march in Charlottesville revealed Americans are somewhat united on leaving the statues alone.

More than 60 percent of respondents to a poll conducted by NPR, PBS, and Marist University said Confederate statutes should remain standing as historical symbols. In another poll, conducted by Economist/YouGov, 48 percent of respondents opposed removing removing a Robert E. Lee statue in Charlottesville. The percent marked a plurality of respondents. Another 30 percent said the statue should be removed. The remainder had no opinion.

Almost universally, respondents in the Marist poll said the disagreed with the views of the Ku Klux Klan. More than 85 percent of respondents said they disagreed with the white supremacy movement.

In Missouri, people are talking more about next Monday’s solar eclipse than the 30-plus Confederate monuments and statues in the Show-Me State, according to an article in the Kansas City Star. A photo of a statue of Confederate Gen. Joseph O. Shelby accompanies the story. Shelby once lived in Waverly, Mo., and the statue sits in a park named for him.

As Waverly Mayor Barbara Schreiman told the paper, “Actually, a lot of people here probably don’t know who he is. Just some guy on a horse.”

In the next post down on the homepage, I’ve published a report that Mayor Schreiman quickly gave in to Negro demands that the Confederate flag be removed from Shelby Park. If she thinks that the people are for removing Confederate history, someone should show her the poll cited here.

That poll says that the overwhelming majority of Americans disagree with the Ku Klux Klan. A whopping 85 percent disagree with the idea of white supremacy.

The poll result may be born out of ignorance or out of virtue signaling.

By the numbers, whites score high in IQ, high in creativity, high in ability to create civilizations, and low in crime. Blacks score lowest. Ignoring facts, and trying to build a society on the lie of egalitarianism is not an effective way to organize the way we live.

I wonder how many of those who reject white supremacy would enthusiastically endorse Jewish supremacy, phrased as the question, “Do you agree with the Jewish claim that they are God’s chosen people?” Probably lots of people think it’s socially acceptable to endorse Jewish supremacy.

There are lots of other questions that could be asked that relate to white supremacy, which seems to be a trigger term carefully crafted by (((them))) to offer whites a chance to express an irrational self loathing that provides a slippery slope to hard white genocide, rather than the soft genocide of monument removal. Questions about freedom of association, affirmative action, and such would likely elicit responses that support race realism, white nationalism, and white identity.