Before The Vote

The election day is rapidly approaching and it seems to me that, like in 2016, massive gaslighting is going on. Make no mistake: the polls will be slightly “adjusted” to make them more in line with what those who have eyes to see are seeing on the ground, but the attempt to demoralise Republican voters is going on until the very end.

My suggestion to my readers is that they do not focus on polls anymore (biased almost always anyway) and focus on the growing data available from the early vote.

Without being complacent, I would say they are more than good.

I would like to suggest to my readers two sites I have found extremely useful to follow the intricacies of the early vote and to immunised against the liberal poll propaganda machine.

The first is the excellent Last Refuge/Conservative Treehouse, a site run by a man (who writes under the name of Sundance) who should really be in office. I spent the election night following this site, and it saved my sanity in those difficult ours, unmasking the lies of the official media several hours before the facts caught up woth them all (includes Fox News, of course).

The second is the Twitter feed of the excellent Larry Schweikart.

Mr Schweikart does not really care much for polls, but for the data on the ground, and he is very good at finding and analysing them.

Please write in the comment section internet sites you know that focus specifically on early vote/election data, so that come Tuesday we have more ways to avoid the gaslighting.

Good people need to go to vote. They really do.

However, if things keep going this way I make an easy prediction: several more Senators and we still get to keep the House.

Pray, but vote.




Posted on November 5, 2018, in Traditional Catholicism. Bookmark the permalink. 4 Comments.

  1. sixlittlerabbits

    My gut feeling is the same, Mundabor. The media/polls are meant to discourage us from voting for those who need to be elected. Even Fox is inconsistent in its support of Donald J. Trump and company. Shame on Fox. I also dare to hope that the GOP will keep the Senate and win House seats. I am also hoping that Marc Molinaro in NY State will replace the vile pro-abortion Andrew Cuomo as Governor, despite the polls. It happened with the election of former Governor Pataki, who the polls showed to be behind.

  2. Voted early, by mail. Straight republican. Was surprised that the liberal rag, the Salt Lake Tribune came out for Mia Love. Black republican woman. Ben Mc Adams must be a real dud.

    Romney has it buttoned up as Utah senator as he was anointed by Orrin Hatch, who we esteem as he worked hard for us personally on an immigration matter years ago.

    The polls smack of bias, wishful thinking. I am ensconced in a red, red state. I hope it is not tinting my glasses too rose colored. MAGA.

    • Romney will be another snake in the grass like McCain. Hopefully the Reps will get enough senators that Romney, Collins, Murkowski will be dispensable.

  3. I recommend following these two on twitter:

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