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Diogenes November 11th, 2017 7:36am

Here we are, one year following one of the most decisive Presidential victories of all time. Knowing what you know regarding typically understood media polling, would you be willing to bet on the media's narrative or an anti-establishment candidate?

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gluxford1 Arizona
11/11/17 9:20 am

I don't trust the media nor do I trust their phony polls.

Diogenes FreeMeBe
11/11/17 9:22 am


11/11/17 7:13 am

Iļø think it has become time that when blatant fake news is discovered and proven that the MSM perpetrators be punished by having their FCC licenses reviewed by congressional investigators in public hearings, supervised by a committee of non politicians who have the power to censure members of the congressional committee and pull the license of the MSM perpetrators. Fake news has become a danger to our republic

Diogenes FreeMeBe
11/11/17 8:57 am

Sounds good, but the low-life's in Congress would never let a civí get the final say.

JDoe Its a gift
11/11/17 1:29 am

Most decisive presidential victories?!? He won the election but he lost the popular vote. That’s hardly decisive.

dm0704 Las Vegas, Nevada
11/11/17 2:56 am

I think he meant it's implications towards policy and how Washington is run more so than some James Monroe type of victory.

Malekithe Throwing the flag
11/11/17 5:15 am

The electoral map was very red.
Looked pretty decisive.

chinito Florida
11/11/17 6:59 am

It wasn't. If Trump would have lost a couple of States he would have lost. It was a pretty close election compared to most recent elections.

Diogenes FreeMeBe
11/11/17 8:54 am

It was a little of both if you want to be honest. As far as a. Lose race, it really wasn't. Again take a look at the map. Finally, think of all MSM colluding and siding with Hillary including the fake, malicious gotcha pieces about Trump. He overcame tremendous odds and still won. I'd call that decisive any day.

TrueAmerican7 I Am Galt.
11/11/17 9:09 am

Agree with Diogenes.

chinito Florida
11/11/17 12:18 pm

Trump victory was unexpected and an incredible achievement. But Obama, Clinton, Bush Sr, Reagan.. all had more decisive wins.

The "map was all red" doesn't tell the full story. There are a lot of huge states with very few electoral votes (that are usually Red) and very small states that have more electoral votes (those are usually Blue).

The map doesn't tell the full story because Democrats usually live in big cities. Having said that, it was nice seeing the map all red, and all the media and snowflakes crying.