BEWARE: Trump Warns of “Phony Suppression Polls”

One thing is for sure, the news media and their polls are way off.  History will repeat itself again in 2020 because the same thing is happening now as it did for the 2016 elections.

Back in 2015, President Trump was trailing Hillary Clinton almost as if to say she was going to win the election if it were to happen that day.  The truth was President Trump was way ahead, and the media could not report the truth or admit to it.  Today we have the same issue.

The polls have President Trump trailing the Democratic candidates.  We all have to remember where these polls come from.  The Democrats and the media, and it is nothing more than a scare tactic they are using again for this election.  President Trump dismissed and brushed off the reports Wednesday against the top contenders for the Democratic seat.

Thirty minutes before the President and the First Lady were to take part in a moment of silence in memory of 9/11 and walked out of the White House to the South Lawn, Trump took to Twitter.

“In a hypothetical poll, done by one of the worst pollsters of them all, the Amazon Washington Post/ABC, which predicted I would lose to Crooked Hillary by 15 points (how did that work out?), Sleepy Joe, Pocahontas and virtually all others would beat me in the General Election.”

ABC News’ survey showed the president behind former Vice President Joe Biden 16 points ahead, Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders 12 points ahead, Massachusetts Sen. Elizabeth Warren 11 points ahead, California Sen. Kamala Harris ten points ahead, and South Bend, Ind., Mayor Pete Buttigieg leading by six points.

Trump continued tweeting, “This is a phony suppression poll, meant to build up their Democrat partners. I haven’t even started campaigning yet, and am constantly fighting Fake News like Russia, Russia, Russia.” Another tweet touched base on the victory of Republican candidate for the North Carolina’s 9th Congressional District, “Look at North Carolina last night. Dan Bishop, down big in the Polls, WINS. Easier than 2016!  If it weren’t for the never-ending Fake News about me, and with all that I have done (more than any other President in the first 2 1/2 years!), I would be leading the ‘Partners’ of the LameStream Media by 20 points.  Sorry, but true!”

Statistics have proven, and there is proof in these elections the polls are inaccurate, so everyone who supports the president should never fret.

Earlier in the week on Tuesday, the same thing happened again where ABC News had another poll concerning the job approval of the president.  The report showed the rates dropped from 44 percent to 36 percent.

If the public watches closely, the polls are always taken right after a significant Democratic event and never after the president accomplishes a major goal.  We have another round of Democratic debates, and that is usually when the polls are taken.

The media spends more time on these than they do with how favored President Trump is within his own party, which is one of the highest approval ratings in history.

Events like when the president dropped the Mother Bomb on Syria or making peace with North Korea or even the economy does not get the recognition as it is always drowned out by the Democrats and the media’s sabotage.

President Trump tweeted on Tuesday concerning these issues also, “One of the greatest and most powerful weapons used by the Fake and Corrupt News Media is the phony Polling Information they put out.  Many of these polls are fixed or worked in such a way that a certain candidate will look good or bad. Internal polling looks great, the best ever!”

The funny thing is how the media words things.  If a person listens carefully, they will catch on quickly to what is happening.  The media counts on people living their fast day to day lives in order to catch only a glimpse of what is aired on the news.  When this happens, it will always show favor for the Democrats and never touch base on the good the president has done or is doing.

The way the polls work is the polls choose 1,003 adults who are “supposedly” picked by random.  Sometimes the number of people who take the surveys is less, 877 “so-called” registered voters.

They will claim the people as “registered voters,” but they never said what party they associate themselves as.