Hillary Clinton “Wins” Iowa Caucus by 0.2% [posted further below]
The evidence of fraud in both party caucuses is overwhelming
Forward from Jim:
Begin forwarded message:
From: ANTHONY B
Subject: Re: British Bookies Were Wrong Donald Trump is ‘red-hot favorite’ to win in Iowa, New Hampshire, bookies say - MarketWatch
Date: February 2, 2016 at 3:53:53 PM EST
Reply-To: ANTHONY B
You don't understand how bookies work. They set prices according to how much money is bet. As I said earlier. the bettors have bet the most money on Rubio to win the Republican nomination. That's why he's the favorite. (Rubio has the backing of some major financiers). In the same way, Clinton, having had the most money bet on her, is the favorite to win the election. The two extreme right wingers, Trump and Cruz, will cancel each other out, leaving Rubio, the centrist, to come through and win.
Iowa does not represent urban America. It's farm country, heavily white, evangelical, conservative, so the results aren't necessarily an accurate forecast. Remember Clinton in 92? He got 3% in Iowa!
On Tuesday, February 2, 2016 3:17 PM, Jim wrote:
February 2, 2015
You have to look at the source when you weigh the strength and validity of someone's opinion expressed in an article. The guy who wrote this article, Michael T. Snyder, has a Doom & Gloom, "Armageddon is almost here," "you better be prepared for the End Times Coming," mindset. It permeates EVERY article and books he has posted on his web site (which has the reassuring title of "End of the American Dream"). So his dark ruminations about Trump suffering "a very serious blow" by coming in 4% below Cruz's 28% in the Iowa vote is just a reflection of HIS skewed and pessimistic projection of reality and his likely negative view of the non-fundamentalist Trump. Trump losing by 4% to Canadian-born, Cuban-fathered, Christian fundamentalist actor, Ted Cruz, in a heavily Christian fundamentalist dominated state like Iowa is meaningless in the larger scheme of things. As mentioned in the other article you sent posted to Prison Planet, the Republicans only allow registered Republicans to vote in the primary, while Trump has wide support among independents and even Democrats in Iowa. So don't be surprised if Trump takes Iowa in the general election in November.
Here's the entire list of recent Doom & Gloom, Apocalyptic articles posted by Michael T. Snyder:
Is this a guy whose opinions you really want to be forwarding?
The second article by Kit Daniels about Hillary is more reflective of reality. Hillary only shows a "win" of 0.2% in an election where obvious and blatant fraud has taken place to favor her over Bernie. This is in Iowa, mind you. How do you think she's going to do in New Hampshire--even with the cheating in her favor? Despite having the lion's share of the Jewish media propaganda machinery and money boys working for her, she is detested by a very large segment of the American public. They don't want a lying, sociopath of her decades-long criminality running the country. That's why I told you and the political tout a few days ago, that's it's very unlikely that she will get the Democratic nomination -- despite Bernie's age and what the "follow the money boys" have to say about it. Bernie is squeaky clean next to 'Whitewater/Rose Law Firm/sperm donor Webb Hubbell/Mena Arkansas/Vince Foster/The Clinton Body Count/Benghazi/disappeared state Dept emails' Hillary Clinton, whose character is well known to Mr & Mrs Joe America, despite the lack of awareness demonstrated by Iowa Democrat female voters.
We have to understand that all of the major candidates are at least 'acceptable' to Zionist Israel. It's not like Trump represents the equivalent of another JFK. However, the Zionist masters would much prefer Rubio or Cruz (or Sanders or Hillary) over Donald because they can exert total and unflinching control over the two foreign-born, Israeli-groomed hand puppets. Donald, on the other hand, is not nearly as predictable and controllable as they would prefer. He gets upset easily and wants to do things HIS way. He likes being the boss and running the show. Donald is not USED to being told what to do or what to say ~ by Netanyahu, by the Jewish lobby, by AIPAC, by the Heritage Foundation, by the Unions, by the Republican party, etc. That's what drawing so many people to him. He says what's on his mind. The country has been starved for some level of genuine emotions and plain talk for a long, long time. Eight years of treasonous, wholesale lies from Clinton Murder Inc, followed by eight years of treason by the lying Nazi Doofus, followed by 8 years of treason and lies by the Marxist Usurper, makes people really hungry for anything - anything at all - that's real and genuine coming out of a politico's mouth, including negative comments about Chris Wallace or Fox owner Rupert Murdoch's Megyn Kelly. The more that CNN or the New York Daily News, or any print, radio, or TV outlet of the Jewish owned media propaganda machinery tires to make Donald Trump look bad, the more deeply Mr & Mrs Joe America feels that Trump is their guy. People have had it with hack politicians foaming verbal diarrhea that has no meaning, no value, no reliability, no permanence, and no integrity. .
For the Zionist World Conquerors, trying to destroy America and take complete control of the entire planet, that's BAD. Donald might screw up their timetable and not go along with all of their current and future false flag subversion and deceptions upon the American people; especially gun control. Of course, I would expect Donald to become increasingly dictatorial once he becomes acclimated to being President. That's his nature. He will likely trend towards fascist control schemes and be even more pro police than we are now. He likes doing things the fast and easy way: "you're fired." The allusion by some critics of another Hitler is not completely off the mark, but I don't think he's that demon influenced or obsessed as a nation-saving messiah as Hitler was. He's Donald Trump. We've seen in him in action for the past 30 years or more. I think he will act just as he did on his TV show: "You're hired; You're; fired" He may push for an attack on Iran, but then again, he may be talking the pro-Israel hard line before the election in order to placate the Jewish lobby. I have the feeling that once in office, he will concentrate on kicking out illegals, securing the border, limiting Chinese imports, expanding American productivity, and backing off on surrogate-for-Israel war making in the Middle East. I could be wrong, of course. It's just my guesstimate on how things will or may go under Donald Trump.
Just in case you missed my Nov 5, 2015 statement about the 2016 presidential election
(http://educate-yourself.org/cn/Commentary-on-Trump-Sanders-Cruz-and-Israeli-Ownership-of-the-US-Presidency03nov15.shtml) let me repeat myself: the 2016 election will be Trump v. Sanders, and Trump will win by a very substantial margin.
Disaster For Donald Trump In Iowa And The Probability Of A Brokered Convention Just Went Way Up
February 2, 2016
This isn’t how it was supposed to go for Donald Trump.
Iowa was supposed to be the first in a series of convincing wins that would cement his status as the inevitable nominee of the Republican Party. But instead, Iowa dealt a very serious blow to Trump’s candidacy, and it threw the race for the Republican nomination wide open. Of course Trump is far from dead, but now New Hampshire becomes a must win for him. If Trump does not win in New Hampshire where he is heavily favored, he will be 0-2 and it will send the political sharks in the Republican Party into a feeding frenzy. As I will explain below, Trump needs to win at least 60 percent of the delegates before the convention to secure the nomination, and as I write this tonight it appears to be extremely doubtful that he will be able to do that. If he can only pull in 24 percent of the vote in Iowa, then he definitely does not have the overwhelming momentum that many people believed that he had.
A lot of people out there don’t understand how this process works. Donald Trump could win more states than anyone else during this entire process and still not win the nomination. Let me see if I can explain…
In order to win the nomination, one of the Republican candidates must secure at least 1,237 of the 2,472 delegates that are up for grabs overall.
But not all of those 2,472 delegates will be awarded during the caucuses and primaries. Out of the total of 2,472 delegates, 437 of them are considered to be “unpledged delegates”. These unpledged delegates are individuals of importance within the Republican Party, and the vast majority of them are members of the establishment.
Needless to say, the establishment is not very fond of Donald Trump. Donald Trump could still win the Republican nomination without any of those unpledged delegates, but in order to do so he would need to win 60.78 percent of the delegates that are up for grabs during the caucuses and primaries.
Of course he got off to a rough start tonight by only winning 24 percent of the vote in Iowa. If he continues to perform like this, he doesn’t have a prayer of becoming the Republican nominee.
During this election season, more states will be allocating their delegates on a proportional basis than ever before. This is something that I explained extensivelyin this article. That means that it is going to be quite difficult for any Republican candidate to pile up 60 percent of the delegates by the time the convention rolls around.
And if no candidate is able to secure enough delegates, that means that we would end up with a “brokered convention”. The mechanics of a brokered convention can get quite complicated, but on a practical level what that would essentially mean is that the party establishment would get to hand select the nominee. And in case you are wondering, that would not be Donald Trump or Ted Cruz.
Ted Cruz had a wonderful night in Iowa on Monday. He significantly outperformed his poll numbers by pulling in 28 percent of the vote. But Ted Cruz had to win Iowa because he basically put everything into it. He was pretty much betting his entire candidacy on a good result there.
For those that are now anticipating that Cruz will become the lead dog in this race, it is important to remember that Mike Huckabee won Iowa in 2008 and Rick Santorum won Iowa in 2012. Both of those candidates also appealed to evangelical voters, but neither of them had a prayer of winning the nomination.
Could Cruz be different?
We shall see, but remember, the party establishment greatly dislikes him too. So Cruz has the same problem with delegate math that Trump does.
To me, the big winner on Monday night was Marco Rubio. He greatly outperformed his poll numbers by pulling in 23 percent of the vote and coming in a close third place. Heading into New Hampshire, he has far more momentum than any of the other establishment candidates. At this point, he should probably be considered the favorite to eventually get the nomination.
And in case you are wondering, Rubio would definitely not be my choice. So don’t take what I am saying as any kind of an endorsement. My comments are simply a reflection of political reality.
In addition, it is important to note that there is still a long way to go, and New Hampshire could change everything.
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Hillary Clinton “Wins” Iowa Caucus by 0.2%
The evidence of fraud in both party caucuses is overwhelming
February 2, 2016
Hillary Clinton has allegedly beaten Bernie Sanders in the Iowa Democratic Caucus by only 2/10th of a percent, 49.8% to 49.6%, with all precincts reporting, according to the state party.
In six Democratic counties, the winner was decided by a coin flip, and in each instance the coin toss was reportedly won by Clinton over Sanders, a probability of only 1 in 64 or 1.56%.
Even with Clinton being awarded the victory, however, the fact she didn’t dominate the caucus leaves the Democratic establishment nervous and raises questions whether she is still a sellable candidate.
Interestingly, Sanders won Des Moines precinct No. 42 by two delegates, yet voters could not find anyone at party headquarters on Tuesday morning to disclose their tally.
“It’s important considering how close the race is,” Sanders supporter Jill Joseph said. “We need to be sure everyone has our accurate count.”
The evidence of fraud in both party caucuses is overwhelming.
Clinton voter fraud in Polk County, Iowa Caucus
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For one thing, it’s a conflict of interest for Microsoft, a top Marco Rubio donor, to count the caucus votes.
It was certainly strange how prior to the caucus, Marco Rubio was polling at a distant third, yet the caucus results show Rubio barely behind Trump.
But ultimately, the Iowa GOP results don’t matter as much as the mainstream media claims because the Iowa caucus was restricted to registered Republicans who toe the party line, whereas Trump has unprecedented support from independents and even many Democrats.
“The Democrat establishment knows a lot of registered Democrats favor Trump,” Kurt Nimmo wrote. “According to The Upshot by Civis Analytics, a Democratic data firm, Democrats in the South, Appalachia and the industrial North support Trump.”
“In early January Mercury Analytics, a research company with clients that include MSNBC and Fox News, conducted an online poll, and it revealed a full 20% of Democrats said they would go against the party line and vote for Trump in a general election.”
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