HUGE SCANDAL: Fake Polls Finally Come to Light

The fact that Donald Trump IS the President of the United States should be all the proof we need to assert that most political polls are skewed in one direction.

If not skewed, then downright faked. How else does a man trailing in nearly every pre-election poll, and in most swing states, actually take home the win?

Because the polls got it wrong. The only question is whether they flubbed that data on purpose. Inquiring minds want to know, especially with the election only 62 days away.

Clearly, there is something amiss in the world of political polls. Markedly, it’s the absence of data. How many times have we reached the end of the DNC and RNC conventions, only to look for who took home a boost and who didn’t? Many speculations about the election based their intelligence on the solidity of these polls. And if Americans don’t already hold a deep mistrust of pollsters, we now have another reason to write off these crafty questioners.

Rasmussen, a leader in polling, just uncovered massive suppression of national polls.

As Trump Gains on Biden, Rasmussen Uncovers Massive ‘Suppression’ of National Polls

File this under “Why Am I Not Surprised!”

Leftists locked themselves into a vortex of “don’t ask, don’t tell.” They actually believe that if they don’t gather the data, they don’t have to believe Trump’s victory is imminent.

Obviously, this should be big news. It should be the Watergate of the millennium. But lying and dishonesty are so mainstream these days, the scandal is barely landing on the radar.

In fact, Sean Davis of The Federalist tweeted this:

According to Davis, the Big Six of cable news have steered clear of post-convention polling.

As The Wall Street Journal explains:

According to RealClearPolitics’ aggregation of major polls, the rest of Tuesday passed without a poll from those entities, either. What is clear is that Trump has been gaining on Democratic nominee Joe Biden. In the RealClearPolitics polling average, Biden’s lead went from 7.8 percent on Aug. 24 to 6.2 percent on Aug. 31. For a brief period in June, Biden’s average lead was 10 points and as late as July 27, he had a 9.3 point lead.

In fact, there have only been two surveys included by RealClearPolitics that even sampled respondents after President Trump’s acceptance speech on Aug. 27. Emerson, in a poll conducted among 1,567 likely voters  Aug. 30-31, found Biden with a 2 percentage point lead over Trump, 49 percent to 47 percent. A survey by The Hill/HarrisX, meanwhile, found Biden with a 9 percentage point lead over the president, 47 percent to 38 percent.

There have been multiple polls since the Democratic National Convention closed, meanwhile — but, conspicuously, none by those six organizations.

One of the organizations that have issued results since the DNC was Rasmussen Reports, which found Biden only ahead 46 percent to 45 percent, conducted among 2,500 likely voters between Aug. 19 and Aug. 25. Rasmussen, too, noticed the incongruity and had an explanation for it: “National political poll suppression.”

Where’s The Beef?

Over the past few days, Rasmussen noticed the lack of data floating around. They even called out CNN for their faulty use of the numbers. The data just doesn’t fire on all cylinders.

Disclaimer to the “fact checkers” out there- Rasmussen has been criticized by liberals for leaning towards the GOP. But that’s the beauty of America. We get to decide who we’re going to believe.

However, it’s hard to deny Rasmussen’s assertions in regards to recent polls. It’s pretty fishy when all the pollsters were able to post polls pre-convention. And now, suddenly it’s radio-silence? That clearly makes no sense. Unless there’s a reason no one wants to conduct a new survey these days? And that brings us full circle. Don’t ask, don’t tell.

I’m sure many conservatives will agree… No one wants to know that Donald Trump has not just tied Biden in the polls, but that he’s actually shedloads ahead. But that’s alright. We don’t mind keeping the numbers in the dark. Because November 3rd will shed all the light we need.

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