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Thursday, 10 November 2016

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Don't ask me how I did it.

He said it would be rigged. He blatantly announced that the presidential election would be rigged. The squirrels supporting his presidential election promised the election would be rigged.

They would have poll monitors at various neighborhoods to police the possibility, and the various neighborhoods were in the predominately black areas of the country. Granted, he has questionable integrity, but why is no one taking him at his word?

Did Trump rig the election?

"We must support our new president," Hillary Clinton patriotically announced in her concession speech.

Hold it. Back up a couple of weeks.

Remember when the KGB was hacking into the Democratic National Committee, and Wiki-leaks published over 300 emails from John Podesta's computer? Seventeen US national security agencies announced that the hacking was traced to Russia. The former head of the KGB, Vladimir Putin, also had announced he was supporting Trump.

Then there was the Director of the FBI, James Comey's fiasco. First Hillary was guilty of original sin! Ten days later, in a perfect example of a Governor Rick Perry 'whoops', James Comey announced, "There is nothing there, there!"

So there!

Back up again. Wringing his hands, Comey feared that mutinous members of the FBI were about to reveal new evidence against Hillary Clinton found in Anthony Weiner's computer. Weiner is the estranged husband of Huma Abedin, Hillary Clinton's chief of staff.

Long story to short: the new evidence was suggested in a book, Clinton Cash, written by Breitbart News senior editor-at-large Peter Schweizer. Breitbart News is a conservative website and the executive chairman, Stephan Bannon, is also the chief executive of the Donald Trump campaign.

The dots are easy to connect: the smear campaign, drop in polls, catch up game and the votes were cast.

"This election is going to be rigged."

Hillary Clinton never regained the advantage she had before the Comey fiasco. The down ballot was definitely compromised.

Quoting someone from Wisconsin. "Wisconsin went for Trump and we don't know how that happened. At least she got the popular vote."

The election was rigged. He said it would be. This time, believe him.

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