Exit polls suggest that Trump’s big “victory” was stolen (just like Hillary’s nomination)

Here are the unadjusted exit polls for the 2016 election, as compiled by Jonathan Simon author of the indispensable CODE RED: Computerized Election Theft and The New American Century ).

 

These figures make quite clear that this election may have been “rigged” after all, just as Donald Trump kept warning except that it was rigged to make him president, and to maintain the GOP’s grip on the Senate.

 

Thus Donald Trump, and the Republicans, arguably “won” this election just as Hillary Clinton, and the DNC, “won” her the Democratic nomination—i.e., by fraudulently “beating” Bernie Sanders in the primaries. (For the evidence of all those thefts, see “Democracy Lost,” from Election Justice USA: http://www.election-justice-usa.org.)

 

And so what’s needed now is not more windy speculation as to why Trump “won” and Clinton “lost,” or any further guessing as to what might happen next because of those ostensible results, or any more indignant assignation of the blame for them.

 

Since those results were quite possibly rigged, what we need now is (1) a thorough investigation of all this year’s stolen races, and (2) a broad-based movement to get rid of our abysmal voting system, and replace it with one worthy of an actual democracy.

 

MCM

 

Link to Exit Polls:

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