Countdown to Election Day – Who Do You Think Will Win?

Ok, we’re one month out…

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35 Responses to Countdown to Election Day – Who Do You Think Will Win?

  1. vonMesser says:

    or hillary by narrow voter fraud.

  2. Jules Smith says:

    Tough call. I have a nasty feeling it may be rigged. I don’t know how accurate your polls are over here. I ask everyone I come into contact with like I’m British press! Everyone I asked in New York said they’d vote for Hillary despite her being more crooked than a boxers nose. In Texas it’s more 60/ 40 towards Trump. So from the Jules poll I’d like to say Trump by a narrow margin. I think people need and want a show of strength and what they say and do is opposite. They got the Brexit polls wrong back in my land which only goes to prove that people are tired of the mamby pamby mire around us. Do I get a prize if I’m right?

    • Hardnox says:

      Reports about voter fraud are coming from all over the country. The left are masters at it.

      I hope you’re right. A prize? Absolutely! You get a free subscription to ‘Nox & Friends.

      As we all know, the polls are bogus. The media has done their best to over sample dims to get the results they want in an effort to depress the Trump vote.

      This election is our last grab at the ring. If we lose, we’re done. Several Supreme Court appointments, goodbye Constitution, and we’ll be in full blown gangster government mode. Game over.

      • Popular Front says:

        The polls are indeed bogus. Don’t forget they are almost always conducted by the circle-jerking lefty press in demographics where they know they’ll get the result they want.

        I know it is a cliche but the only poll that counts is Election Day, so folks hit that booth and make your vote count! And remember, if you don’t get off your ass and vote then you can’t complain about the results.

    • I think you’re right, Jules. And in addition to that subscription, you will also win a lifetime supply of dirty martinis, wine and margaritas from the Grunt Ranch Bar. On the house.

  3. SafeSpace says:

    Trump by a narrow margin, and even that may take umpteen recounts to accomplish. Mebbe we can get Jimmy Carter to oversee polling place accuracy….

    • Hardnox says:

      Wouldn’t that be rich? 🙂

      From what I have read, Trump has 700+ attorneys at the ready countrywide to mobilize should fraud be the case in the event of a loss. Let’s all hope and pray enough Americans vote to offset the fraud.

  4. Adrienne says:

    The only way Hillary can win is by massive voter fraud. Trump needs poll watchers in every state.

  5. 219rad says:

    I believe major voter fraud in favor of Crooked Hillary is coming so I voted for DJT to win by a narrow margin. I don’t know if anyone can remember back far enough but in the news I seem to remember that voting software was being outsourced.

    Scytl is a provider of online voting solutions based in Barcelona, Spain. In January 2012, Scytl expanded its reach in that market through the acquisition of SOE Software, a provider of e-Government software solutions. The item reproduced above claims the Obama administration has “sold the processing rights of our votes in the general election” to Scytl, the pending use of Sctyl’s systems in U.S. elections will make it impossible “to track and verify our votes,” and Scytl’s CEO was a donor to Barack Obama’s 2008 presidential campaign.

    Of course SNOPES says the claims are false, but if SCYTL’s CEO was a donor to Obozo’s 2008 presidential campaign, wouldn’t it follow this outsourcing was manipulated by the SOROS thugs?

  6. Peppermint says:

    Since I’m worried about massive voter fraud, I think Trump could win by a narrow margin. I’d like to see a landslide for him, but with fraud being discovered all over the place I’m a bit worried.

    • Hardnox says:

      Me too. There are reports of voter fraud popping up all around the country.

      The debate Sunday should give us a clearer picture.

  7. Terry says:

    I have gone from “massive Trump landslide” to “I don’t f’ing know anymore.”
    Between the left’s obligatory voter fraud and Trump’s latest bashing as a woman hater, it will depend on how many voters are swayed by Killery’s nasty attack ads and how many just want a better country, warts and all. And Preibus and Ryan denouncing Trump today for his sexist comments 11 years ago, sure doesn’t help things.

    • Hardnox says:

      That 2005 comment sure didn’t help and plays right into their anti-woman narrative.

      Assuming Trump dots Hillary’s eye Sunday then all this will be forgotten. Ryan is up for reelection but he could tone it down.

      The one thing about the left that we have to give them credit for is that they don’t trash their own once a candidate has been selected. Our side is never that smart to STFU.

  8. While I pray it’s Trump, I have my fears that the hag will take it through fraud. And, if that doesn’t happen, then o’shitbag will do something to suspend it or declare martial law before the end of the year.

    November 8th does NOT seal the deal. We still have until January 21st to sweat through and, with o’shitbag, it’s anything goes. He’d sooner start a nuclear world war before letting Trump upset the globalist’s apple cart.

    I PRAY I’m wrong and that none of my worst fears come to fruition but these are EVIL people. They have NO bounds, NO ethics and, certainly, NO morals to preclude their evil intentions.

    PRAY, folks! Pray hard!

    • Hardnox says:

      Maybe so but I submit the American people will not stand for anymore criminality.

      • Granted. However, “not standing for it” leaves only one, last solution and we all know what that entails. And THAT is what concerns me most. Not for myself but for those living in fascist states and with no means to contend with it or flee from it.

        • Hardnox says:

          True enough but there’s part of me that doesn’t give a shit. They got the government they voted for. Now suffer the consequences. I know that sounds cold but those of us that still have a modicum of Constitutional Rights can’t worry about those that threw theirs away. It’s a choice they made.

          • Understood. And those on the left aren’t the ones I’m concerned about. It’s those, trapped in fascist states, willing to fight but unable to, that concern me.
            Folks that live in secluded areas have far less to worry about than those stuck in the cities.
            Remember; once the cities are secured, and that will be rather easy considering the equipment available, the rural areas will become the new Gettysburgs and Stalingrads of yesteryear.

            • Hardnox says:

              I don’t know what the answer is bro. I expect another Concorde Bridge scenario if that were to come to pass. The Revolution started in Mass. Might as well have 2.0. It rallied the rest of the country.

              • There is no “single” answer. The only answer, my friend, and no matter who wins, is to hunker down, stock your supplies and wait for that shoe to drop.

                NO MATTER WHO WINS, Concord redux WILL HAPPEN; it’s only where and when that remains a mystery.

                A Hillary win will bring the government down on us.
                A Trump win will bring the fleeing rats down on us.

                I pray the awakened, those that see what’s going on, make haste to vacate their cities. The rest, the boot-lickers, can stay and enjoy their ill-gotten giverment handouts.

                We, having been aware and are prepared, will have to contend with this influx and THEY will become our greatest challenge, not the elitist’s forces; not yet, at least.

                I know we’ve had this conversation before and the only thing, the only “filter” I’m using is one of logistics taken from a distant view.

                Like a chess board, or a war map, we have to examine the pieces, and their respective strengths/weaknesses, from an overhead view. See where they are and where their next move can be played. An “outside the box” view, per se. Guessing and hoping will only set us up for failure. But you know this already…

                I only pray that my family wakes up and does the right thing, leaving the cities and heading for those “proverbial” hills – Maine.

    • Popular Front says:

      I know Martial Law is a frightening thought for a lot of people but remember this: it is one thing to declare martial law but another thing entirely to activate it. As a former career soldier with 30 years service I can tell you that this subject was often discussed and modelled.

      Martial Law after a Katrina-type natural disaster? Certainly. Law & order and relief assist, but short term and localised. Martial Law just because some asshole socialistic President doesn’t like the current political climate? Never.

      Armed forces in commie-style tinpot countries obey orders blindly to avoid punishment for the most part. Armed forces in Western-style democracies have much more intellectual flexibility and aren’t likely to storm out and repress their friends and neighbours on the whim of one man. That one man’s restraint and/or arrest is much more likely, on the grounds of mental health/illness (just for the press OK?).

      • I made my comments based on the contents of the NDAA that congress passed. No offense but, perhaps a re-read is in order.

        And a brief reminder that even Hitler was “democratically elected” and became an all-powerful dictator via the powers granted by the Reichstag (German congress).

        The same, although done quietly, has happened with o’shitbag.

        And it’s not “martial law” that I fear. For that matter, and in some states, that’s already in application (see Massachusetts and their draconian gun laws and biased courts). It’s that ability for those, living under these in-place conditions, to contend with or escape from what comes after implementation, thereof.

        • Popular Front says:

          I hear you H.
          Hitler got away with a whole lot of nasty shit by primarily two acts: The Enabling Act of 1933 which basically let him and the Nazi Party do whatever they liked – (signed into law by President Hindenburg, about 151 years old and senile at that time) and secondly by altering the Oath of Allegiance in 1934 by which German soldiers swore allegiance directly to him alone, instead of to the (constitutional) Reich.

      • Hardnox says:

        No argument from me PF. I know a lot of active duty military (mostly Marines) and none above corporal will act against the citizenry. Ditto with local law enforcement personnel.

        Obama can wish in one hand and shit in the other. Implementing martial law is another thing altogether.

  9. Bullright says:

    I’d like to say Trump by a landslide. We’ll have to beat the perception games they’l play, and all the dirty dirty tricks they play. Its enough to tamper my exuberant enthusiasm.