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  1. Elections Fraud in the Midterm Elections 2018

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    August 15, 2018 by wimvincken

    There are nearly three million people registered to vote in different states. Many counties that have more registered voters than actual citizens of legal voting age. Absentee ballot fraud among senior citizens is maybe the largest problem. Democrats’ push for giving non-citizens the right to vote (1,800 ballots cast by non-citizens in the state of Virginia). 24 million [voter] registrations nationwide are either inaccurate or completely wrong. That’s one out of eight voter registrations. The number of double votes allegedly cast in the 2016 presidential election is “nearly four times the margin of victory” in the 2000 presidential election. 670 Ballots were cast in a precinct that has only 270 registered voters, according to the Georgia Secretary of State’s office. In certain states you can vote with a valid ID, like a driving license; anyone, citizen or not, can get a driving license! Voter registrations are known to be assigned at the addresses of graveyards. Even dogs, cats and cows are known to be registered voters!

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  2. The Red Wave

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    August 11, 2018 by wimvincken

    30% of the black vote is for Trump. And Trump only needs 20-30% of the black votes and the Democrats are toast. And from the Latinos, Trump needs also about 30% of their votes and guess what? He has them already. Why? Think about the economy growth of 4.1%, which is more then excellent for the blacks and the Latinos. And then we have the EU deal, the expected deal with Mexico and probably soon after that Canada and that brings more economical growth. And it’s expected that the Republicans are showing up by mass for the midterm elections, all of them voting for the Republicans. In the Senate, the Republicans are more then likely to grow with eight seats; meaning a filibuster-proof majority, retain control of the House. And then the demographic factors of the Midterms. Elderly and conservatives vote more often, and young people, blacks, and Latino do not and here you have a red wave.

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  3. Populism – What’s that?

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    July 3, 2018 by wimvincken

    It depends on who you ask. If you look it up in the dictionary, it says “Support for the concerns of ordinary people” and “the quality of appealing to or being aimed at ordinary people”. If you ask the BBC news, they say: In political science, populism is the idea that society is separated into two groups at odds with one another – “the pure people” and “the corrupt elite”. The Oxford dictionary states it as: “a political approach that strives to appeal to ordinary people who feel that their concerns are disregarded by established elite”. Or a better definition is: a political approach that strives to appeal to ordinary people who feel that their concerns are disregarded and under threat, caused and forced by established elite

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  4. The Trump Revolution 2016, 2017, 2018 and Counting

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    July 3, 2018 by wimvincken

    The American President is a very unpopular President, a man who lies, creates (concentration) camps for refugees, rips families apart, discriminates against Blacks, Arabs, suppressor of Muslims, breaks his own laws, suspends crucial federal law, politicizes federal institutions, misuse of federal agencies to target other political activists, spies on political opponents, suppresses evidence of wrong doing, whole series of international disasters and mismanagement, trying to play ‘general’ by micromanaging military campaigns, making suspicious deals with worse then criminals, created the biggest joke-agreement with the Iranians, robbed the American people by forcing everyone to pay killing taxes (without getting anything back) and the list goes on. Well. It’s all true, but they made the small confusing mistake by targeting the wrong President. That would be the previous President Obama.

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  5. The New America Under Threat

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    June 22, 2018 by wimvincken

    Huge improvements in commerce, huge improvement in jobs, money, better economical future for all Americans. We also see the separation of America between what’s currently America and the leftists. We also see the excessive war going on between America and the political left, the so called mainstream media, the legal system, and anything what the left can control, not to forget the many foreign leaders, particular in Europe.

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