When you are emotionally manipulated into choosing who to vote for because fear of the other person scares you more than the insane person on your team, well, I mean.... come on..... really?
And people claim to be "awake" and "see" things clearly and say they know that the system is rigged... yet will run right out and "vote" even if the rigged system is providing both choices, and both choices are corrupt liars who will do whatever is necessary to get a vote.... mind blown.
Wake me up when its all over. They are both liars and corrupt, this is an understatment. And No, I was no Bernie Supporter either, I understand more taxation and socialism are not the way, but Clinton and Trump. Really?
These are your choices, and with all the evidence against both, and with critical thinking applied - that neither are the answer to the rigged system everyone claims to be tired of, one of these insane people will be the next Puppet to read off teleprompters, start more wars, and continue the current system as those Puppets before them....... WOW.
Look how easily some of you are swayed to abandon your own conscience and replace it with "but" , because you allow your emotions to be swayed by forces outside of yourself..... and we dare speak of Truth and Freedom??? Really??? I am at a loss for what I am watching happen sometimes.
America’s celebrates its 240th birthday.
When historians conduct their autopsy on Lady Justice, that will be the time of death.
That is the precise moment when Justice drew her last labored breath, cursed our ridiculous country and our hopelessly corrupt government, and collapsed.
Sure, she’d been in bad shape for a while, but there was no surviving the final blow. When it is explicitly announced and made public that the wealthiest and most elite and most liberal are indeed above the law, the charade of “law” cannot continue.
There is no law.
We are living under the rule of men, not of law. We are subject to the whims of petty tyrants and bureaucrats.
They are subject to no one on Earth.
So far we have seen evidence of massive election fraud all across the country, which gives us reason to believe that the fraud will continue.
Our president Barack Obama and the U.S. State Department have done nothing about the obvious rigging of our elections, which gives us reasonable suspicion that our government and the integrity of our electoral process has been compromised in order to place their chosen candidate in power against the will of the American people.
The U.S. State Dept. says that a discrepancy in exit polls of more than 2% indicates fraud, we have had discrepancies outside of that margin in at least 16 of the state primaries all the way up to a discrepancy of 23%.
These discrepancies have only happened in one of our political parties and they have all been in favor of one candidate. On top of the exit poll discrepancies there has been reports of ballots cast in the names of deceased citizens, patients of mental hospitals, and elderly people with dementia.
There has been reports of registration purging, switching of party affiliations, vote flipping, and massive voter suppression.
Not to mention the millions of voters who have not been allowed to vote because they do not claim any party affiliation.
Multiple major universities have calculated that in order to get our current results without election fraud, the odds would be 1 in 70 billion.
This level of election fraud is usually only done covertly and in 3rd world countries, now it's being done openly and blatantly in the United States.
Our democracy is being stolen and we very well maybe on the brink of a dictatorship, we can no longer trust our government and we need help from the outside.
So we are respectively requesting the U.N. to step in and assess the integrity of our electoral process.
We also request that you review the apparent fraud of our current results and ensure credibility and transparency moving forward.
We feel that your help is imperative to avoid an inevitable major conflict in the U.S. due to corruption in our government.
Trump is known to be a demagogue, which is a person, especially an orator or political leader, who attempts to gain power by arousing people’s emotions and prejudices.
The shaping of the will of Congress and the choosing of the American president has become a privilege reserved to the country’s equestrian classes, a.k.a. the 20% of the population that holds 93% of the wealth, the happy few who run the corporations and the banks, own and operate the news and entertainment media, compose the laws and govern the universities, control the philanthropic foundations, the policy institutes, the casinos, and the sports arenas.
Don't be fooled by the political games, and absurdity of our sickening and corrupt government.
Do not vote!
Send a strong message to your government; stopping the perpetuation of this Illusion of Freedom being shoved down our throats...
When principles that run against my deepest convictions begin to win the day, then battle is my calling...I must, at the price of dearest peace, lay my convictions bare before family, friends and enemy, with all the fire of my truth.
When a politician tells us that he'll stick to his beliefs when in office, we usually murmur something about corporate interests and "the fat cats in City Hall."
Well, it turns out that politicians are the ones who should be cynical about us. Science is finding that some pretty weird stuff can make us forget what we stand for on Election Day. At least the politicians are being swayed by briefcases full of cash.
With us, it can be things as simple as ...
Ever since JFK out-sexied Nixon during the first-ever televised presidential debates, looks have mattered in politics.
Studies have shown that more attractive politicians get greater press coverage and more air time and of course, the best thing you can do if you are a lady politician is hit the gym.
But looks also matter in ways you might not expect when it comes to which politicians people vote for, and being the most attractive isn't always the most important thing.
When it comes to men, being fit and attractive is helpful but nothing compared with being overweight.
Apparently, voters see more rotund male candidates as more trustworthy and even more inspiring than their thinner competition.
Other very detailed studies have shown that we tend to favor men with specific facial characteristics, which basically boils down to voting for more distinguished-looking gentlemen as opposed to "baby-faced" candidates.
It doesn't even matter what the candidates' policies are. Studies show that when people are presented with pictures of politicians for even a second and know absolutely nothing about the politicians' beliefs or what party they are in, certain candidates will always come out on top.
And since that's the first thing you find out about a candidate, some guys are coming from behind to begin with.
According to a study at MIT this phenomenon isn't limited by where you vote. People in different countries continually find certain candidates more trustworthy and electable based on their looks, no matter how different their cultures. And as long as those politicians are guys, it is the chubby yet distinguished-looking ones every time.
Anyone who has voted knows that the government isn't picky about what constitutes a "public polling place."
The motto seems to be: If it would be considered slightly below average for a weekly bingo game, it's good enough for the linchpin of democracy.
On Election Day, you might find yourself voting anywhere from a supermarket parking lot to some dude's garage -- as long as it can fit some curtained cubicles and a couple of old ladies making sure you don't cheat off your neighbor.
In addition to making you feel worse about America, the location where you cast your ballot might actually be brainwashing you with subtle environmental factors you don't even notice.
For instance, studies have shown that if your local polling place is a school, you will vote yes for more school initiatives on the ballot, especially if there are teachers or students nearby. Using exit polling data, the studies found that this was the case even if the measures were not something the voters would typically support.