Truthbomb from Rasmussen…

More Americans Want Hillary Indicted Than Elected

By Dean Garrison – Re-Blogged From Freedom Outpost

According to WikiPediaRasmussen Reports is an American polling company, founded in 2003.[2] The company engages in the collection, publication, and distribution of public opinion polling information. Rasmussen Reports conducts nightly tracking, at national and state levels, of elections, politics, current events, consumer confidence, business topics, and the president’s job approval ratings.

It may also be one of the few remaining semi-honest polling companies in America.

On October 18th and 19th Rasmussen conducted a poll regarding the controversial decision by the FBI to press no charges against Hillary Clinton… despite her obvious disregard for the law and national security, by using her own private email server to conduct state business.

The results will shock few of you, but it might shock some of the useful idiots… IF we could ever get this information into their hands AND get them to comprehend the significance. That’s a very tall order. Good luck on that.

With that said, this summary of the Rasmussen poll, gives Americans more truth than any of those proven fake CNN or Reuters polls:

Over half of American voters surveyed in a recent poll disagree with the FBI’s decision not to prosecute Hillary Clinton over her emails scandal.

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Wikileaks Shut Down by Hillary & Obama!

By James Shale – Re-Blogged From http://ipatriot.com

In an attempt to silence the daily stream of email leaks from the Hillary Clinton campaign, a “state party” has severed Wikileaks founder Julian Assange’s internet connection and ability to continue revealing the inner workings of the Democratic nominee’s run for the Presidency. As reported both on Twitter by Wikileaks itself and in numerous news outlets, Wikileaks has responded by activating “contingency plans” although at present those plans don’t seem to include continuing the daily email leaks of the last two weeks.

Ironically, by targeting Assange, Obama and Hillary have unintentionally confirmed the authenticity of the Wikileaks revelations leaving no doubt that the content found in the nearly 12,000 emails leaked to-date is entirely accurate and threatening to the Hillary campaign. Why shut down the would-be freedom fighter if the emails were the works of “Russians” as repeated so often by the Clinton camp?

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A Tech Manifesto for the GOP Field, Part III: Government Surveillance

By – Re-Blogged From The American Enterprise Institute

Government surveillance represents one of the more challenging technological issues for the Republican field to address because it pits one set of crucial conservative values (national security and a robust homeland defense) against another (privacy, personal freedom, and restraint on the federal government’s power).

What would a principled, appealing Republican stance on surveillance look like?

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