As Predicted, the Corrupt Polls “Tighten”
CNN is panicking over their own poll. As predicted, the polls are starting to tighten. CNN, at least what they’re saying, they’re starting to panic. You’ll hear the sound bites coming up. Oh, by the way, the Washington Post poll that was so devastating to Romney in the swing states, this goes beyond simple incompetence or media malpractice. This is genuine corruption. We find out, and from the Washington Post’s own pollster, that they based last Friday’s poll of Romney being up ten, 11, whatever it was in those three swing states, on 160 people with a margin of error of plus or minus eight. I’m not kidding you. Now, some people say you get bogged down in analyzing polls too much because they don’t mean anything right now. But the way they’re being used, it does mean something and it’s important for people to find out.
This has been popping up all over the place this morning, 160 people plus or minus eight as the margin of error. So those polls last Friday — now, here’s the thing. Those polls have already worked. There’s a reality about the makeup of the American people. There are people in this country who only watch the network news and only read the newspaper. They do not listen to what you and I would call advocacy or partisan media. Therefore, they don’t know anything other than what they see. Now, we don’t know how many they are. The election will actually demonstrate this. It’s one of the big questions facing us in this election: have we lost the country?
Have we reached the tipping point and all those questions that we’ve been asking. But there are people who only know, and it’s not just the elderly who are afraid of computers. People from all demographics who simply watch the network news and read the newspaper, and that’s it. So those people today are thinking that Romney is down by ten and 11 in the three swing states, because they don’t know anything. And the Washington Post has not published this correction, if you will. It was discovered. And now it’s out there. But it’s important that you know about it, because as I say, this is corruption. I mean, to run that poll and try to present it as something serious. There’s no doubt here this has gone way beyond just bias. These people have thrown in with a political party. They’ve thrown in with a political party to the extent that they do not report news. They’re journalists. They will not report news that is in any way, they think, harmful or detrimental to their side.