Introduction — Oct 15, 2016
Donald Trump isn’t alone in thinking the U.S. presidential elections are being rigged. A similar view is being voice by individuals from all sections of the political spectrum in the U.S.
From political analyst and Green Party candidate Myles Hoenig to Alabama Republican Senator Jeff Sessions there is a growing consensus that the outcome of the upcoming U.S. presidential election will be rigged to favour Hillary Clinton.
Why? Because she’s promised the powers that be that she will wage war on Russia and Iran so they and the media they own will do all in their power to ensure Clinton is elected. Ed.
Donald Trump says Hillary Clinton has RIGGED US Presidential election
Zoe O’Brien — Daily Express Oct 15, 2016
The Republican candidate spoke at a campaign rally in Portsmouth, New Hampshire, as he tries to sway the state’s crucial four electoral votes.
After a week of allegations over Trump’s treatment of women the billionaire businessman threw mud at the Clinton campaign.
He even suggested the vote, which will take place on November 8, is rigged in Clinton’s favour – before suggesting the pair should take a drug test before the final vote.
He said: “Instead of being held accountable, Hillary is running for President in what looks like a rigged election.
“It looks to me like a rigged election.
“The election is being rigged by corrupt media, pushing completely false allegations and outright lies in an effort to elect her president.”
Mr Trump also used the opportunity to tell voters women lied about him assaulting them.
He said: “Folks there has never been a situation like this in our history.
“Hillary Clinton should be prosecuted.”
“It is a rigged elections because they are taking unsubstantiated people with no witnesses, and putting them on the front of papers.
“Americans have had it with the Clinton corruption.”
his week women have come out to tell the world Trump “sexually assaulted” them.
Former Apprentice contestant Summer Zervos said the businessman forced himself on her at a Los Angeles hotel and began “thrusting his genitals”.
Kristin Anderson told the Washington Post he reached up her skirt and groped her in a New York club in the 1990s.
The Republican nominee branded the allegations as “lies and smears”.
Trump’s popularity suffered after the allegations saw him slide down pre-election polls.