This week has produced a mother lode for Donald Trump just in time for the final presidential debate on Wednesday, October 19.

Between the Podesta Wikileaks and the two James O’Keefe videos — with a third to appear before the debate — he has a gold mine of information to use against Hillary Clinton and his other debate opponent, FOX’s Chris Wallace.

For those who have not been watching, Trump — as is usual for the Republican candidate since 2008 — must also debate the moderator(s) who are in league with the Democrat candidates.

Three topics Trump must not spend much time on

The two of them will attempt to bog Trump down with three topics: sex, Russia and nuclear war. He should give nothing but a brief, clear statement on each, turning measured verbiage on the Democrats and the Clintons.

For those who are unaware, the Democrats engineered each of those narratives, but Big Media are keeping it quiet, because they are in league with the Dems, as the Wikileaks releases have been revealing.

With that in mind, let’s take a look at these three topics:

1/ Sex: Even though Big Media have not told you so, all of last weeks’ allegations against Trump have been debunked.

Gateway Pundit reported (emphasis in the original):

The media clearly did not fact check these stories. They ran the stories no matter how farfetched they were. It is clear from the number of stories dropped in the last week that this was a coordinated effort, probably from inside the Hillary Clinton campaign. The goal was not to present facts to the public. Their goal was to destroy Donald Trump.

All the details are at the link.

2/ Russia: According to the Democrats, Donald Trump and two of his past advisors, Paul Manafort and Roger Stone have ties to Russia and Vladimir Putin. None of them does. Manafort had a previous contract with Ukraine.

However, highly placed Democrats do have such links, as the Panama Papers revealed in April 2016:

Almost lost among the many revelations is the fact that Russia’s biggest bank uses The Podesta Group as its lobbyist in Washington, D.C. Though hardly a household name, this firm is well known inside the Beltway, not least because its CEO is Tony Podesta, one of the best-connected Democratic machers in the country. He founded the firm in 1998 with his brother John, formerly chief of staff to President Bill Clinton, then counselor to President Barack Obama, Mr. Podesta is the very definition of a Democratic insider. Outsiders engage the Podestas and their well-connected lobbying firm to improve their image and get access to Democratic bigwigs.

John Podesta oversees Hillary Clinton’s campaign.

Furthermore, in 2013, Rosatom — Russia’s atomic energy agency — acquired control of one-fifth of America’s uranium production capacity. Crucial to the deal were the Clinton Foundation and the then-Secretary of State Hillary Clinton. The New York Times reported:

At the heart of the tale are several men, leaders of the Canadian mining industry, who have been major donors to the charitable endeavors of former President Bill Clinton and his family. Members of that group built, financed and eventually sold off to the Russians a company that would become known as Uranium One.

the sale gave the Russians control of one-fifth of all uranium production capacity in the United States. Since uranium is considered a strategic asset, with implications for national security, the deal had to be approved by a committee composed of representatives from a number of United States government agencies. Among the agencies that eventually signed off was the State Department, then headed by Mr. Clinton’s wife, Hillary Rodham Clinton.

As the Russians gradually assumed control of Uranium One in three separate transactions from 2009 to 2013, Canadian records show, a flow of cash made its way to the Clinton Foundation …

And shortly after the Russians announced their intention to acquire a majority stake in Uranium One, Mr. Clinton received $500,000 for a Moscow speech from a Russian investment bank with links to the Kremlin that was promoting Uranium One stock.

3/ WWIII/nuclear war: Neither of these has anything to do with Donald Trump.

In 2008, Rahm Emanuel, now mayor of Chicago, but then a prominent member of Obama’s campaign team said (emphases mine below):

You never let a serious crisis go to waste. And what I mean by that it’s an opportunity to do things you think you could not do before.

Such as martial law or postponing the election.

I do not think that will happen this year, but the longer the US has Democrats in the White House, the more plausible those become in future.

Similarly, where there is no crisis, the Democrats see nothing wrong in inventing one for the same nefarious purposes.

This brings us to what happened last week. On Friday, October 14, Wikileaks tweeted:

NBC: White House claims it told CIA to prep plans to launch a cyber attack against Russia [Ed: creating ‘war’ to ensure a ruling party win]

US ruling party also authorized, filmed and promoted a very public armed attack on Yemen, Wednesday.

Trump’s symphony

Tonight is Trump’s last chance to not only compose but also perform his symphony for and to the American people.

His topics are the various sections of his rhetorical orchestra. He will need to blend these together in a melodious, harmonious way that resonates with all voters.

Deft precision is required in order for it to become an American classic by November 8.

What follows are the various movements. In classical music — or even good modern tunes — certain instrumentals and refrains weave in and out throughout or between each movement, creating a cohesive work.

Change

Donald Trump truly is a change candidate. It is unfathomable that Americans will see his like again for at least a generation, if not half a century. This is a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity.

Therefore, change becomes the dominant theme unifying the others into a cohesive whole.

He refers to support of his campaign as a movement, one to Make America Great Again (MAGA). (Ronald Reagan’s 1980 slogan was ‘Let’s make America great again’. Trump knows this.)

Trump reiterated the change theme during his speeches on October 18 in Colorado:

his ideas are “an agenda of change, we’re not going to let them change greatest moment in history”

No doubt he will say the same tonight.

Ethics

On October 17, Trump rolled out his Ethics Reform Plan.

It involves doing away with the ‘Clinton Cartel’ and its associated cronyism:

First: I am going to re-institute a 5-year ban on all executive branch officials lobbying the government for 5 years after they leave government service. I am going to ask Congress to pass this ban into law so that it cannot be lifted by executive order.

Second: I am going to ask Congress to institute its own 5-year ban on lobbying by former members of Congress and their staffs.

Third: I am going to expand the definition of lobbyist so we close all the loopholes that former government officials use by labeling themselves consultants and advisors when we all know they are lobbyists.

Fourth: I am going to issue a lifetime ban against senior executive branch officials lobbying on behalf of a foreign government.

And Fifth: I am going to ask Congress to pass a campaign finance reform that prevents registered foreign lobbyists from raising money in American elections.

This worked well in his two Colorado speeches in Colorado Springs and Grand Junction:

Trump repackages idea seemingly popular w/ Colorado crowd, “I’m going to push for constitutional amendment to put term limits” on Congress.

To get this to resonate, Trump came up with a new theme, . The New York Post reports his words:

“It’s time to drain the swamp in Washington, D.C.” …

Trump claimed the plan would also jumpstart the economy.

“Not only will we end our government corruption, but we will end the economic stagnation,” he said.

The Democrats

Trump must play on the venality of the Democratic Party and ‘advocacy groups’ doing their work.

This ties in with his ethics proposals.

Wikileaks’ Podesta emails gave us an idea of the corruption in Hillary’s campaign. This is what Hillary’s campaign manager Robby Mook wrote:

Photo published for Wikileaks: Hillary's Aides Urged Her to Take Foreign Lobbyist Donation And Deal With Attacks

Taking foreign donations is a crime.

Other crimes involve voter fraud, violent ‘protests’ and vandalising property belonging to the Republican Party and its supporters.

James O’Keefe’s first investigative video released on Monday, October 17, revealed that Democratic operatives and connected advocacy groups pay ‘protesters’ to disrupt Trump rallies and provoke fights. This is called bird dogging.

I cannot guarantee what will show on the still of the video, so please accept my apologies for any disgusting language. That aside, there’s 100% truth — in the following:

O’Keefe’s second video, which appeared on Tuesday, concerns voter fraud which does exist, regardless of Big Media’s denials. Again, my apologies for any foul language you might see on the screen:

Scott Foval was immediately fired from People for the American Way.

Bob Creamer, who also appears in the videos, stood down from his post at Democracy Partners.

Regardless, you will see or read about them again once the election is over.

Trump is aware of these videos:

the protestors are paid a lot by the DNC to protest … it’s a big story hardly covered by the media.

Complicit Big Media

Wikileaks’ Podesta emails have revealed that reporters from all the major news organisations are in close contact with the Clinton campaign.

I will go into this in more detail in another post, but Politico and New York Times reporters clear Clinton-related copy with Podesta and his team before publishing.

Television and newspaper reporters have been wined and dined at Podesta’s Washington, DC, home and elsewhere.

The debates have been a particular sticking point for both Bernie Sanders and Donald Trump. In 2015, DNC operative — current chairwoman — and then-CNN employee Donna Brazile gave questions to Hillary before a primary debate against Sanders.

During the presidential debates, in at least one incidence, the moderators or news organisations have been providing Clinton with debate questions in advance:

The questionable polls

Then we have polling that seems at odds with reality.

Trump supporters believe that their numbers are artificially down to depress support. We saw the same in Britain with Brexit which showed Remain winning nearly all bar one or two at the end. It was the same with our election in 2015. How surprised we were to find that the Conservatives won!

Some aggregate sites in the US, e.g. RealClearPolitics, do not show all polling companies’ data. Such aggregate sites say certain companies’ data or methods are ‘discredited’.

Here are positive polls for Trump which came out within the past day or so. First image below courtesy of The_Donald and the second from Jason Helmick:

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

‘Rigged’ system

We can see why Donald Trump refers to the ‘rigged’ system.

Democrats have been saying it for years:

Democrats say Trump can’t say that:

The Clintons

The climax of Trump’s symphony concerns Billary.

When Bill became president in 1993, he said that his and Hillary had less of a marriage and more of a ‘partnership’.

Now that his presidency has passed into history, the Clinton Foundation has its tentacles everywhere and his wife hopes to enter the Oval Office in January, we can better understand their ‘partnership’. It brings with it certain privileges, as the photo at left explains.

There are too many issues and scandals to explore now. My past emails have touched on a few.

Trump might wish to feature a small interlude about Hillary’s temperament, especially after the Commander in Chief Forum moderated by NBC’s Matt Lauer:

The source of his information originated at a Comcast email address, the parent company of NBC.  It is supposedly from members of the technical crew that worked the event and describes what happened moments after Clinton walked off the set. They described “a massive profanity-laced tirade” on the part of Clinton that was directed at Matt Lauer in particular, but had moments for others, including DNC Chairperson Donna Brazile.

As he learned, Clinton had been given all of the questions in advance but was tripped up by Lauer asking her something she hadn’t been given, throwing her completely off her game and script. The topic was a tricky one for Clinton, her use of an illegal home server for the storing, receiving and transmitting of government secret documents. One of those working the event for Comcast described her as visibly beginning to boil with the asking of that question.

Her outburst began immediately after she left the stage, with her first throwing a full glass of water into the face of her assistant, with manic, uncontrolled screaming beginning at that point. The source described Clinton as the “most foul-mouthed woman I’ve ever heard, and that voice at screech level – awful.”

She also had some racist condescending comments for the black DNC chairman, Brazile, including suggestions that she was better qualified to be the campaign’s janitor.

Trump can also give the audience a brief interlude of Jill Stein (Green candidate):

Trade and the nation

The theme of the closing movement must be jobs, Obamacare and the American people.

This new Trump ad is about fair — not free (globalist) — trade deals he will make in the interests of Americans:

He must also say that he will bring in truly affordable health care, unlike Obamacare which is crippling people financially:

Conclusion

More and more people are boarding the Trump Train, including Bernie’s supporters:

Trump supporters will hope that their candidate knocks it out of the park at a crossroads in American history, the likes of which we have not seen in the past 50 years.

If anyone still wants to vote for Hillary or a third party after reading this post, good luck to them.

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