Establishment Control Of Voting Evident In New Hampshire

ELDER PATRIOT – Something is beginning to stink in New Hampshire.  It’s becoming apparent that the polls are being manipulated so that the mainstream media can advance the dialogue that Marco Rubio is surging.  Here’s the statistical analysis so that you can decide for yourself.

On August 8th the Real Clear Politics average of all polls showed the five non-establishment closed-borders candidates (Donald Trump, Ted Cruz, Ben Carson, Carly Fiorina, and Rand Paul) totaling 44.3% support, thirteen points ahead of the today’s remaining amnesty and open-borders crowd of Rubio, John Kasich, Jeb Bush, and Chris Christie.

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Since August 8th seven other candidates have dropped out (Rand Paul was the eighth to drop out and is included in the chart above.)  Those seven other candidates left approximately 23% of Republican primary voters looking for a new candidate to support.

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If the Boston Globe/Suffolk poll – it’s the poll being using to support claims of a Rubio surge – is to be believed virtually every one of those voters who have decided on a new candidate have coalesced around establishment candidate’s who have reportedly gained 16 points since August 8th.  This includes Texas’ ex-Governor Rick Perry’s 6%. 

All of this stretches credulity because of two themes that have been gaining traction among Republican voters, protecting American workers and protecting America’s families.

Reports of social upheaval caused by Muslim immigration into Europe continue to be reported on sites such as this one despite the mainstream media’s attempt to put a lid on such information becoming public.

Likewise, Trump has opened the conversation that the open-borders crowd is doing their best to ignore; the crime that many immigrants bring with them and the strain they put on our social systems.

Finally, the insurgent candidates have opened the dialogue of how every job filled by an immigrant is one less job held by an American and of how the recent trade agreements will be exporting American jobs to regions of the world where labor costs are much cheaper in the interest of increasing corporate profits.

Despite all of this, we are going to be called upon to believe that Boy Marco and his establishment partners are surging:

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Even Huffpost reporter Matt Fuller who took to the streets to find anecdotal support of a Rubio surge eventually came to this conclusion: 

They just didn’t seem to like him. The narrative that said they were supposed to peel off their Christie or John Kasich bumper stickers, turn in their Jeb! lawn signs, and get on the Rubio bandwagon hadn’t reached them.”

Somehow we’re supposed to believe that message reached the supporters of those candidates who have dropped out even though these same supporters originally rejected the Establishment Four.

Pictures say a thousand words so I’ll leave you with these pictures from recent campaign events in New Hampshire:

Republican presidential candidate, Sen. Marco Rubio, R-Fla., speaks at a campaign event at Gilbert H. Hood Middle School Friday, Feb. 5, 2016, in Derry, N.H. (AP Photo/David Goldman)


Former Florida Governor and Republican candidate for president Jeb Bush speaks at a VFW town hall event in Merrimack, New Hampshire, August 19, 2015.  REUTERS/Dominick Reuter


Establishment candidates are holding their events in H.S. gyms and local meeting rooms while Trump is filling arenas, yet according to the Boston Global Elite/Suffer People poll establishment candidates have a commanding combined lead over Trump of 18 points: 47%-29%.


If we let the Global Elite steal this election there may not be another chance to save the America our forefathers built and our parents bequeathed to us.  Do not let that happen.