According to #CrookedHillary and the media, Trump’s polls are in free-fall, his campaign is imploding, the GOP is planning an “intervention,” he’s dropping out of the race, Melania came here illegally, and he’s casting crying babies out of his rallies into the night. None of it is true.
Most polls are agenda-driven, where the desired result is pre-determined ahead of time. It’s not just with Trump. It’s been this way for years. We reposted an article from Gateway Pundit which said pollsters are over-sampling Democrats to give #CrookedHillary an advantage.
One critical element reveals why these polls are not true: Hillary Clinton’s rallies are sparsely attended and she has canceled some for lack of interest. Trump fills stadiums with tens of thousands of people and fire marshals turn way thousands, because the facility cannot safely hold them. It does not logically follow that someone who draws 10,000 or 20,000 or even more to a rally is polling 10 points behind someone who gets under 200 people.
— Scottie Nell Hughes (@scottienhughes) August 5, 2016
Implosion and Interventions – False
— Dan Scavino Jr. (@DanScavino) August 3, 2016
— MELANIA TRUMP (@MELANIATRUMP) August 4, 2016
We re-posted this letter from Devan Cierra Ebert, the mother of the crying baby to Trump:
Hello, this message is for Donald J. Trump. I was the mother in his rally on Tuesday, August 2nd, in Ashburn, VA, with the baby who started to cry. I would just like him to know personally that I, by no means felt I was ever “kicked out” of his rally. I excused myself and my child when he awoke from his nap and began to cry. It was only because I had to grab my child’s belongings and then make my way out of the aisle I was seated in that I wasn’t out of there sooner. I realize Mr. Trump doesn’t know me personally, but for those that do, know that I am the first one to excuse myself and my child when he begins to cry because I personally believe it’s rude to disturb anyone else’s ability to hear what they came to see. I’ve left movies, violin recitals, and other events if I felt my child was disturbing others. It is the considerate thing to do. I stood right outside the doors of the auditorium continuing to watch and listen to what Mr. Trump had to say. In fact, the police that were right outside in the same hallway with me, treated me with so much respect it was incredible. They were so kind and made me feel welcomed to stand with them. One officer commended me on my bravery to bring my child to Mr. Trump’s rally. I fully support Mr. Trump. I thought he responded very graciously to my child crying and he made a lighthearted moment out of what I usually consider to be stressful. I actually was out of the auditorium before he even made his follow up comment about my child and even then, when I was informed of his comment, I laughed. I understand he says things jokingly, and I understand no one wants to speak over or struggle to listen over a crying baby. I am in no way offended and I again reiterate, Mr. Trump NEVER kicked me or my child out of the Briar Woods High School, Trump rally. And for the record, while my child and I stood outside of the auditorium, my eleven year old stepdaughter and my Grandmother sat inside the auditorium and continued to support and listen to everything Mr. Trump had to say. We all were so excited to be able to see Mr. Trump so close to home. I didn’t have a babysitter to watch my kids and honestly, to me it was a historical moment that I am happy that my kids were there for. I apologize for the trouble this has caused Mr.Trump. The media has severely blown this out of proportion and made it out to be something that it wasn’t and is clearly using this as political gain for the Democratic party. I hope this message sheds light to what really happened. Thank you for your time. Best of luck! You have our vote. Trump 2016