Rassah Posted October 18, 2016 Share Posted October 18, 2016 I'm going to go out on a limb here (hopefully without cutting myself off with me still on it), same as I did on Facebook two weeks ago, and make a claim that Hillary Clinton has been chosen to be your next president already. Everything that's been going on with elections is just political theater at this point. My reasons are such: 1) Hillary used private email for top secret communications, which was illegal, and then deleted email evidence to hide the crime, which was extremely illegal. That's basically no secret or conspiracy theory at this point, as she isn't even trying to hide it. However, FBI has refused to prosecute her, despite prosecuting and charging others for the exact same crime. That she's untouchable despite being clearly guilty suggests that she was picked by someone to be your next president, and those people don't want any issues with their selection. They will have her installed no matter what. 2) Hillary is supported by all biggest banks and Wall Street, who have given her tons of donations, and she has no qualms about supporting. Historically almost every candidate with support from the top of the financial sector has won the presidency, including Obama and Bush for the recent ones. 3) Hillary coordinated with Bernie, either from the start or around the time she got the nomination. There were a few claims from a year ago that Bernie isn't actually a serious candidate and is only there to bring in liberal democratic votes to the party, and then quit and hand those votes over to center right Hillary whom they would otherwise never support. And that's exactly what happened, where despite being clearly cheated out of the nomination, and being the opposite of Bernie on all of his important issues (him being anti Wall Street, anti big corps, anti war) he still endorsed her. Recent email leaks show Hillary's campaign planned to coordinate with Bernie, we just don't know when it started. 4) Recent email leaks showed Hillary campaign picked Trump as an easy to beat opponent. They promoted him, maybe even funded him, and helped him get the nomination. At the beginning I was fairly convinced Trump wasn't seriously running and just trolling the election process, trying to see how far he can go before being kicked out. I know someone who is friends with Trump, and according to them Trump doesn't actually believe a lot of the stuff he claimed at the beginning of his campaign. Now it seems either Trump is milking his newfound celebrity, or is stuck with the nominee status without actually expecting to get it, but Hillary was the one who helped him get there. I still doubt he has a chance of winning, and he may not even want to. 5) The biggest one is that, according to all financial, business, and labor statistics, the economy should be complete crap by now. Personal debt is up, labor participation rate is down (unemployment is skewed and hides the true situation), number of new business openings is way down, retail shipping and new business investments are way down, and both stocks and bonds are in a massive bubble. By all accounts we should be in a recession again, and expecting another major crash. But despite the economy being in the toilet, there's nothing about this in the media, and the economy is somehow being propped along and forced to keep going as if nothing is wrong. I suspect the crash is being stalled for as long as possible, until after the election. Historically, the party of the president who presided over an economic crash has almost always lost. More recently Bush Sr's recession led to Clinton, and Bush Jr's recession resulted in Obama. If this recession was allowed to happen, Obama and Democrats would take the blame, and Republicans would be guaranteed a win. But despite it supposed to be happening, it's not, which suggests to me that the same people protecting Hillary from criminal prosecutions are holding back the recession crash until after she's elected. So, there it is, my prediction that your next president has already been chosen for you. Feel free to play pretend at the voting booth as if it will make any difference, and I'll see you in three weeks to see if I was right. 2 Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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