It’s been about a week since the epic showdown between Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump at Hofstra University in New York. Initially, many media elites declared that Hillary Clinton had won the debate. Online polls heavily favored Donald Trump. Trump has won every online poll since he started debating.
Many smart and savvy observers have watched the debate over and over again and have learned a number of things.
First, Hillary Clinton was using hand signals. She would scratch just to the left of her nose to indicate that she needed to jump into the conversation without interruption from Clinton Foundation supporter Lester Holt. A poker player has analyzed the tape and without question has concluded that Clinton was signalling for help.
Let’s talk about Lester Holt. He replaced lyin’ Brian Williams on the NBC nightly news. This is the same news organization that used to blow up trucks in order to instigate a recall. They did this on the show Dateline. Holt is just the latest puppet in a long line of Candy Crowley helpers who frame the liberal narrative which is designed to put the ‘R’ candidate on the defensive.
We also have learned that Hillary’s podium had some sort of light in it that went off when the debate ended. You can clearly see it. Some think it was a teleprompter. This could be why Clinton was so “on top” of the questions and why she was looking down so much.
At the end of the debate you also get a look at Clinton’s backside. Sorry for the visual. But there is a box or something underneath her copious pantsuit and what appears to be a wire running up her back. This could have been some kind of radio transmitter feeding her the answers.
Furthermore, at the end of the debate, a strange man is seen taking a small booklet of notes away from Clinton’s podium. And prior to the debate, this man was seen a number of times at the podium. Podiums aren’t usually given this kind of attention. It appears that Hillary had cheat sheets.
Clinton’s poll numbers have suffered since the Hofstra debate. None of the cheating has helped her campaign. Trump’s claim that the system is rigged gets even more traction when you analyze this debate. Voters saw a candidate with every advantage under the sun – including an entire television network that is devoted to her election.
Donald Trump ought to pull out of the remaining two debates and pay for infomercials instead. Bring back the Ross Perot model and talk directly to the American people about all the great plans and proposals you have and how they will help the average family. This bypass would allow voters to see Trump. And Donald could get his message out with the kind of specifics that are now absent from the dog and pony show debate process.
Trump would likely not do this because he understands perception. But this whole process is wrought with conflicts. It’s as if the media is no longer hiding how they feel about the election. They will pull out all the stops for Clinton.
They need Trump to sell ads. This is historic revenue for a presidential debate. Trump could hold it over their heads much like he did to Fox when it was clear the whole thing was rigged against him.
Donald Trump could still win the election, and win it big even if he decided to forgo one or two of the last two presidential debates. An infomercial would do the trick. And the American people might actually learn something about how Donald Trump plans to make America great again.