Breitbart: Trump Will Win In A Landslide

The lead article on Breitbart this morning quotes the homocon site Gateway Pundit, which has declared that Donald Trump will win in a landslide. Gateway Pundit author Jim Hoft, widely known as “the stupidest man on the internet” discounts polls and historical electoral trends in favor of the number of social media followers and viewers of campaign rally live-streams. According to Hoft, Trump will win because he has twice as many Facebook followers as does Hillary Clinton and because he has more fans on Reddit. Case closed! Hoft similarly predicted a landslide for Mitt Romney in the final days of the 2012 campaign.GateFail
RELATED: On Friday a writer for Gateway Pundit was charged with ten felony counts of menacing Black Lives Matter protesters with a firearm. He faces up to 40 years in prison.

  • WeRTheSquirrels

    And if you see my reflection in the combover covered hills…

  • The Professor

    The Baghdad Bob of Breitbart. In other news, Breitbart is still dead.

    • Adam King

      That’s what the librul media want you to believe. But Jeezus raises the dead!!

  • Blake Jordan

    If this were true, Sanders would of destroyed Clinton in the democratic primaries…

  • Rick

    HIs logic is irrepudiatable!

    • Acronym Jim

      It’s also irregardlessable!

    • JW Swift

      You just can’t refudiate it!

      • AnotherJosh

        “I understoodified it” – Frank Caliendo’s impression of W

        • JW Swift

          Caliendo’s a bit of a genius (or whoever writes for him is).

          That commercial where he was doing his impression of “W” and looking at the remote control, saying that there’s a button in French, well, I did a literal spit-take the first time I saw that one.
          https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XMgKk9JpirM

  • Gustav2

    Well, good. Now Breitbart readers don’t have to worry about going to the polls.

    • zhera

      I’m ok with them believeing this until after election day.

      • Jess Mee

        It’ll make his utter defeat all the more delicious.

    • ElenorRigby

      it’s not unlike the 20-something Bernie supporter I know from work who told me very seriously that “it’s clear Bernie has it in the bag when you look at how big his rallies are compared to Hillary. His supporters are very motivated and hers are pretty uninterested.” A couple weeks later after Hillary took California by over 10% lead, I asked him if he’d voted in the primary and he said that no, he was so busy that day he didn’t make it. He said he had assumed that Bernie was going to win because of how big those rallies were. When I explained that “young people go to rallies, older voters just… vote,” he lamented that “they have to find a way to get younger voters to the polls.” He said that without irony.

      • Gustav2

        LOL Some Trump supporter on a Sunday chat show was unskewing the polls because of the number of people at Trump rallies…and they let that slide.

        http://www.tzr.io/yarn-clip/83dfc5b6-e139-4793-844a-d76f6d5fd401

      • Bruno

        Your co-worker, forgive me, seems like a bit of a tool. Maybe more than a bit. Again, I’m sorry if that offends but that is a pretty stunning story.

        • ElenorRigby

          it’s NOT a stunning story at all. That happens every election season. The youth show up to rallies and do some legwork getting people registered to vote and do their whole “get out the youth vote” drives and then only about 20% of people 30 show up to actually vote.

          • Bruno

            Yes, but the part about how not aware of their irony your co-worker is stuns me.

          • Rambie

            Your co-worker is right in that it’s in the Democrats best interest and for themselves to get them motivated to not just show up to rallies but to vote.

          • Hollydsauls1

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          • camel54

            In the recent UK referendum on EU membership, 75% of under-25’s wanted to stay in the EU. Only 35% of the silly little buggers bothered to vote, though.

          • Octoberfurst

            I have to admit I agree and it drives me up a wall. It seems to me that young people attend rallies and are willing to do legwork to get their candidate or issue on the ballot but when it comes to actually VOTING they either have something better to do that night or forget to vote. “Was that tonight?? Oh gee I missed it!” Ugh! But the older reactionary voters faithfully go vote come hell or high water. That is why things are as f*cked up as they are.

          • MonochromeMouse

            that’s how gun control, for example, keeps failing in elections/votes even though it consistently polls at over 75% in support of common sense regulations. the people think “well this issue is such a no-brainer that it’s going to pass for sure, I’m busy today I don’t need to go vote to make any difference.” and ultimately the only people that go to vote in large numbers are the people in favor of everyone carrying AR15s and AK47s to go grocery shopping.

          • JCF

            “But the older reactionary voters faithfully go vote come hell or high water.”

            Yup.

          • DonnaLee

            I am one of the obnoxious people who votes in almost all primaries, but always votes in the general election. I used to wait until after the polls were closed (in college) to tease people who were supposed to vote for the people I didn’t like. I knew most of them wouldn’t bother to actually shlepp their asses to do it, they’d just sit around and bitch about it. Meanwhile I’d take my friends to vote with me if I knew we were on the same page for candidates. I got energized to do such after the Reagan years.

      • marshlc

        I did something very like that when I was about 19. Everyone I knew hated the government and was going to vote against them, so I didn’t bother. Didn’t bother to actually pay attention to polls, etc, either, of course.

        Day after the election when they were reelected by a landslide, I had learned a lot about paying attention, showing up – and living in a bubble.

        I forgive the very young when they do this. It’s when they do this more than once that my patience snaps.

        • Joe in PA

          pssst: I voted for John Anderson. 🙁 What did I know, I was 12 I think. 🙂

          • Bruno

            12? Voter fraud!

          • madknits

            I did, too. I was 19, young and idealistic.
            And then got saddled with 12 years of Reagan/Bush.

            What really got me was that Reagan said he was going to cut student aid, and then he did. And lots of people who were going to my expensive private college voted for him anyway, and didn’t show up the next September, because they lost most of their funding and had to transfer to less expensive state schools.

          • Sporkfighter

            Log Cabin Republicans
            National Federation of Republican Women
            National Black Republican Association
            Latino National Republican Coalition
            Republican Muslim Coalition

            All these groups work against the interests of their members, their families, their friends. Campus Republicans are old news.

          • Alex in Idaho

            It wasn’t just aid. I was putting myself through grad school by working and taking out loans, and the amount you could borrow was cut. I graduated with $10K in loans taken out over a couple of years, so that tells you how low that max borrowing amount was. (Yes, I know that’s a laughable amount compared to the debt load kids have today, but it was all mine–no parents involved)

          • StraightGrandmother

            We were very cruel parents, we made our kids work. I was thrilled whn I found out State law said a boy could be a caddie at age 12.

            We always made our kids have a job, and they turned their paychecks over to us. We put the enite paycehck in the bank and they got $10 a week spending money. They were only permitted to work one week-end night, so if they worked Friday they were not permitted to work Saturday, we wanted a balance. IF they chose to work that second night on a week-end then they got to “keep” half of that and the other half went in the bank.

            We bought them cars when they were teenagers, paid for their gasoline and cat insurance, all of their earnings, save $10 a week went in the bank for college.

            When our daughter started college she had $15,000 saved and when our son started college he had $18,000 saved. And then my husband made a critical decision, he said, “You pay for the first semester, I’ll pay for the second.” That was brilliant on his part. You should have seen their faces when we took them to college and they wrote out their check out of their own bank account to pay. It was then that they realized, because it was their money, how expensive college is. And because it was their money they were both very good students right from the get go. We flipped back and forth between them paying and us paying until their money ran out and then we paid the rest.

            When they got a college apartment we paid the rent and a very small monthly amount, not enough to live on, they had to work to eat.

            Yes we were very cruel parents. Making them pay that first semester out of their own funds was brilliant. My kids never had possession of their savings account passbooks either, not until they went to college and then they totally controlled their own money,, we never controlled their money like when they were growing yup once they hit college. They were the only students in their incoming freshman year that actually paid their first semester with their own earned money. They never ran into another student who had done that.

          • Skokieguy [Larry]

            You were an awesome parent that taught your kids the value of money and the benefits of hard work. I bet they took college a lot more seriously.

            I started working at 12 by choice – cutting grass and a paper route. Fast food job at 15. Worked three part time jobs through college and 1 full time and 1 – 2 part time after college. In my late 30’s tapered off to one full time job. I was lucky enough to have parents like you.

          • Good Shot Green

            Same here: paper route at age 12, usher in a movie theater at 15, have held a job from 12 to today (42) except for a summer in my 20s (“I’ve been paying into unemployment insurance all this time, it’s my turn to receive, I’m taking a few months off”).

          • DonnaLee

            My mother tried to find me work as a teenager, but there was just nothing she could get for me. I would have enjoyed minding a register, anything with bookkeeping or even yard work, but nobody would hire me for a paper route (those were for boys), yard work (again, boys), stores, (those were for family only) and I am incapable of dealing with children

          • StraightGrandmother

            What I did with my son, and he was to young to drive, was I drove him around to stores, he went inside and asked for a job and asked for a job application and I told him not to fill it in on the spot but to take it home and fill it out, then bring it back in person filled out. It was pure torture to see a 14 year old boy filling out several job applications in one sitting at home, that is a lot of work for them at that age. The good news is he got hired practically every where he applied. When asked how he would get to work he truthfully said, “Ride my bike” and that is how he got to all his jobs until he was old enough to drive. I didn’t transport him to work, he rode his bike.

            Now not every kid lives in an area with sufficient employment that is within bike riding distance, we did. I feel for the kids who live out in poor depressed rural areas or even so many of our cities and there literally is no jobs for them that they can transport themselves to. So many many children just don’t have those same opportunities our kids had. Sure we made them go after the job but at least there was a job there.

            OK now this is a funny story. I think he was around 13 or perhaps 14, I don’t think he was 15 yet, he applied (no position was advertised he just walked in and asked) at a shoe store. When he brought his filled out application back they hired him. Good job I though, stock boy in a shoe store, doesn’t seem dangerous. So after his first day at the shoe store I asked him how he liked the job, he was bery enthusiastc and replied, “It is the best job I have ever had, there are pallets of shoe boxes, I simply take out the right shoe, take it to the front and I put the left shoe in the box and put it on the shelf where it belongs, it TAKES NO BRAINS AT ALL!” Isn’t that funny that a kid would think a good job is one that takes no brains at all! I thought to myself, oh son just wait until you have done it a while, jobs that take no brains at all those are the jobs you end up hating. I guess from his point of view it was a lot less physical work than caddying. Caddying was good paying money though, it all went into the bank, saved for college.

          • I went to one of those less expensive state schools and some of my classmates didn’t show up the next September because our assistance got cut too. What had been a $2000 per year grant for me to attend that 2nd cheapest public university in the nation at the time turned into $300 per year and it was a struggle to get student loans to make up the difference.

          • B Snow

            I went to a Republican caucus to vote for him! The only time I’ve ever supported a Republican. 🙂

        • sfbob

          It was impressed upon me when I was a child that voting was essentially a sacred duty. I’m old enough that I did not get to vote until I was 21–the amendment making the voting age 18 passed but I was already 20 and I believe Election Day had already happened.

          In the intervening 44 years I might have missed ONE election. And that’s a maybe.

          Old I may be, reactionary I most definitely am not.

          • Hamoverfist

            I’ve only missed one election as well it was Clinton/Dole voting from CA. I didn’t feel that bad about missing that one it wasn’t close and it wasn’t a swing state.

        • RoFaWh

          Sliding gently OT: The very young person I find it hardest to forgive for their foolishness is….myself.

          I keep trying to tell myself that, yes, you did this or that stupid thing years ago but what else do you expect from someone young and foolish?

      • madknits

        Perhaps, as an act of charity, you can offer him a ride to the polls in November.

      • Raybob

        Having had several run-ins with this age bracket lately, my read on this story is that they expect everyone else to do their work for them; why bother to actually go and vote? Someone else will do it; I’m too busy.

        • sword

          They will simply wander past the voting booths playing Pokemon Go.

          • NZArtist

            Can we start a petition to have a mythical pokemon appear at every voting booth on voting day?

          • Randy

            Or taking pictures of their food.

      • Younger voters can get to the polls the same way everyone else does. Excuses for not voting are 99% bullshit. Some people waited in line for hours to vote in 2012 in many parts of the country. Sorry, but if they can do that, the rest of us have no fucking excuse.

        • StraightGrandmother

          Remember that black woman, she was over 100 years old and she stood in line for hours to vote. Remember her?

          • I think I may have waited 15 minutes at most that year. There were like 3-4 people ahead of me in line and multiple booths. It was disgusting that people had to do that. I assume they got pee breaks because I’d certainly have needed one. How shameful that this happened. And I expect it will be worse in some places, especially African American majority districts in red states.

      • That_Looks_Delicious

        You are right. And that is why I don’t like caucuses. We had a really excellent example of that phenomenon this year in Washington state, the only state that holds both caucuses and (non-binding) primaries. Bernie won the caucus there, because caucuses cater to a few highly motivated people with lots of free time on their hands. Then just a few weeks later Hillary decisively won the primary. In the same state. People with busy lives will make time to vote, but they’re not going to spend all day at a caucus.

      • fuzzybits

        Do you have a picture of your face when he said that? 😁

      • JCF

        The poster I’ll refer to as “fungeclaps” used to make that same point regularly here. Kind of like that remark attributed to 1970s New Yorker film critic Pauline Kael: “I can’t believe Nixon won. I don’t know anyone who voted for him.”

    • fuzzybits
      • JCF

        That boy ain’t right!

    • ByronK

      Most of them just grunt, “I hate Polish people.”

  • Is this similar to “I have the most toys, so I win” kind of thinking?

    • Acronym Jim

      Yes.

  • bkmn

    I know that Trump has gotten lots of people to register to vote and that is the only thing that concerns me this election. The thing is that just being registered doesn’t mean you actually vote.

    • Gustav2

      Not quite accurate. Trump got more people who vote Republican in the Fall to vote in the primary. New Republican voters are not significant, they are new to primary participation.

      In Ohio, some of the new Republicans who switched from Democrat were women voting for Kasich as an anti-Trump vote. Those women will vote for Hillary.

    • Ross

      I read the other day (and cannot now find the article) that while Trump has stated as such, it does not appear to be true.

      • RoFaWh

        What? Good lord! You don’t say! Trumpetydumpetydoo uttered an untruth! Imagine that!

        • Ross

          I know! I am just shocked! Shocked!

      • Reality.Bites

        I think bkmn means that many people have registered because they want to vote against him, not that he’s helped register any.

        Certainly he doesn’t have any kind of ground campaign that could help identify and register unregistered voters.

        I did read though, that for the primaries he targeted registered but infrequent voters, which makes sense. Lots of disillusioned middle-aged and older white voters out there.

    • lymis

      I’m concerned too, for a lot of reasons. At the same time, remember that given how MANY Republicans were running, more primary voters actually voted for someone other than Trump than voted for him. But the votes were split up among many, and Trump took the plurality.

      If every registered Republican voted for or against Trump the way they did in the primary, he’d lose even among Republicans, much less among the entire electorate.

  • bryan

    ‘Trump will win because he has twice as many Facebook’ / And most of those Facebook and Twitter followers are fake profiles. Probably Russian.

    • bryan

      Trump’s twitter followers all seem to say the same thing at the same time :

      • RoFaWh

        Something odd about those (fictitious, made up) names: in a very general sense, they don’t ring true. I can’t put my finger on exactly what I see/hear, and perhaps I’m just imagining it, but still, it seems obvious that someone made them up.

        Ah! I know! Those names are all too short and too simple. Too many single-syllable names, both first and sur-. Maybe.

        • Adam King

          Who with the last name Lynch would name their child Lynne?

          • Reality.Bites

            With Jane Lynch in her 50s and childless we may never find out!

          • Ernest Endevor

            People who named their son Newt Gingrich?

          • Good Shot Green

            Worse, I think, are names that rhyme, like Cheri Oteri or this guy:

            http://www.allstarincwebsite.com/images/product_pics/tk87legg_20080807984.jpg

          • Adam King

            I can’t seem to care at all what his name is. I’ll just refer to him as Mmmm.

        • Chucktech

          Too short and too simple. Just like Trump’s 3rd grade-level locution style.

          • GayOldLady

            I have 2 great grandchildren in the 2nd grade and 2 in the 3rd grade and his vocabulary is no better than theirs. I have a great grandchild in the 5th grade and a grandchild in the 6th grade and they sound like rocket scientists compared to Trump.

          • Joe in PA

            …sound like rocket scientists….

            You’ve set a pretty low bar though. 🙂

          • Cboulder

            “Bigly!” Nuff said

        • Paula

          And they are all female. Hmmm?

        • Taylor

          If you ever need to use a false name and can’t come up with one, I’ve found that picking a name from a list of Brigham Young’s wives, is very convenient.

        • Traxley Launderette

          And they’re all women.

          Supporting Trump.

          Shenanigans.

        • Lumpy Gaga

          Jill Stein

      • Michael Rush

        Trump details $5.6 million donations to vets , rawwwkk .

        https://s7.postimg.org/xok82rnnf/birds_parrot_talking_youtube.png

        • Lumpy Gaga

          You know you’re going to outlive everyone who cares about you, right??

          Not so chipper now, are ya, pal?

          [drops mic]

      • GayOldLady

        And notice they’re all women! Because you know women are so stupid we believe any shit another woman says, especially if she says it on twitter.

        • Bad Tom

          And these are apparently not retweets, even though they say exactly the same thing.

        • Reality.Bites

          I’m pretty sure they’re chosen to shore up support among his core supporters – uneducated white straight men.

          If I had to guess, and by guess I mean stereotype, I think women would be more likely to respond to people who look somewhat more professional in their photo – like a reporter or academic

      • Gayer Than Thou

        Slightly-unusual-woman’s-first-name + middle-of-the-road-last-name doesn’t sound at all like a bot.

        • Lumpy Gaga

          There’s no such thing as a Lynne Lunch.

      • Niblet58

        Also notice they are all fairly attractive white females of breedable age……

      • Ernest Endevor

        Excellence in commenting.

      • CottonBlimp

        I wonder if those actual women know their photos are being used by trolls. Assuming they’re not locked in a Russian gulag somewhere.

      • Paul

        I’d report them as fake profiles.

    • Dramphooey

      Most Facebook users don’t really want to mix politics in with their Facebook friends. I try to avoid it there because it’s where I keep in touch with friends and relatives and I don’t want to fight with them. Him having twice as many Facebook followers is meaningless because the vast majority that want to avoid political spats aren’t liking either. It actually shows that Facebook pests that fill up the feed with crap that everyone ignores are his biggest fans.

  • bkmn

    Breitbart – skewing the news since 2007.

    • Trans Batwoman ;)

      I think you meant to say, making up the news since 2007.

  • WebSlinger
    • Robincho

      Still at it, fresh on the heels of their 2012 “landslide” prediction for Mittens…

  • bambinoitaliano

    Yes Toto we are not in Kansas anymore.

  • Treant

    Oh, it’s looking like a landslide right now. But not quite the way they seem to think…

  • Karl Dubhe

    Have I been banned from posting on brietbart yet?

    Hmmm, seems not. Lemme fix that. 🙂

    I do wonder what it is that they’re drinking.

    • Daveed_WOW

      I was banned years ago. The right wing sights have no patience for dissent. They simply exclude you. That’s how you make a bubble.

      • Karl Dubhe

        Echo chambers are fun. Aren’t they?

        I was banned from Free Republic after posting once.

        • Daveed_WOW

          Me too! And Lucianne.com and National Review and Gateway Pundit and all the rest. Actually, Gateway Pundit doxed me personally. What a dick that guy is.

    • SoCalVet

      I wonder why they’ve never banned me.

      • Acronym Jim

        Because you’re a hot chick with the word “Vet” in your name. 😉

        • SoCalVet

          I think you’re right…I originally selected the photo specifically to get under their collars when I did post something somewhere like that…and I knew it wouldn’t hurt me somewhere where I felt at home. 🙂

  • JT
  • Marc

    It’s not exactly hard to open a large number of fake accounts on Twitter, Facebook, Reddit, etc.

  • SoCalGal20

    Yeah, good luck with that reasoning.

    Meanwhile in the real world, Hillary is +12 in VA, +2 in NV, and -2 in NV.

    http://www.cbsnews.com/news/poll-hillary-clinton-donald-trump-battleground-virginia-arizona-nevada/

    • lymis

      “Hillary is +12 in VA, +2 in NV, and -2 in NV.”

      Perhaps you mean Hillary is +12 in VA, +2 in NV, and -2 in AZ At least by that set of polls.

      • SoCalGal20

        Fixed my typo! And, yes, that is what I meant. 😉

    • Bruno

      Don’t know why Nevada is so close at this point. You’d think with the demographics there and its blue trend she’d be up more.

  • Mark

    Truth is, I’m reserving any judgment until the votes are tabulated. Things are just too damn strange to predict one way or the other – –

  • Blake Jordan

    O/T: I was mostly joking when I previously said that Stein was probably working for Putin to help Drumpf, but…

    https://twitter.com/zatchry/status/762053019563282432

    • SoCalGal20
    • Reality.Bites

      Yeah, when I want to criticize the USA by contrasting them to another country that I think does something better, I always choose Russia.

      • Silver Badger

        You’re right there! No one can touch Paraguayan sushi!

        • Reality.Bites

          Oh! That worked out nicely. Paraguay is landlocked.

          • Silver Badger

            And their sushi is old. I told you that it couldn’t be touched.

  • JustSayin’

    Another example of echo chamber thinking and beliefs. Something not limited to the opposition.

  • Only if he’s racing it to the bottom of the valley.

    • djcoastermark

      beat me to it. Although I don’t believe he could outrun one. The odds aren’t very favorable for any human.

  • Acronym Jim

    Even if Trump’s social media stats were an accurate metric of support among likely voters (which they aren’t), there is some question on how many of those “likes” are from actual people.

    http://www.vocativ.com/usa/us-politics/donald-trump-facebook-likes/

    • Sk3ptic

      HAHAHA!
      One in 27 of Trump’s followers is from the Philippines, getting paid as little as $120 a year working on “Like” farms. That’s just AWESOME!

      • Joe in PA

        And he’ll probably stiff them anyway. 🙁

        • Sk3ptic

          At $120 a year, he already is, right? No wonder we can’t get trolls of any quality around here.

      • karmanot

        The contract states that they get a free, seconds, Trump tie made in China.

    • Ross

      From the article you linked to:

      • kcken

        When you “pay” for likes..

        • Treant

          I remember when paying for affection was illegal.

          • kcken

            Well, you’ve never been to Vegas then. The streets are covered with fliers offering just that. Shame I didn’t see any male “companions” though…

          • Karl Dubhe

            It still is, in my part of the world. Unless you pay the city for an “escort” license.

            But that’s not at all corrupt or anything.

        • Sporkfighter

          You’re likely to get a social disease!

          • Beagle

            What kind would you expect from social media?

          • Claude Jacques Bonhomme

            Social disease… how quaint.

      • TrollopeReader

        well, see…. he’s got 59,289 Mexicans who will help build the wall!

        • Claude Jacques Bonhomme

          They think the wall will protect them from Trump.

      • Kruhn

        I wonder who are the rapists, murderers, drug dealers, and yes some decent people in Mexico that liked the Mangled Apricot Hellbeast.

    • Lane

      Wait, seriously? We can get paid? I’ve been giving that shit away for free for years!

    • Joe in PA

      It further shows how STUPID their campaign is…FFS, just spoof an IP address from the U.S. THIS is who they are hiring? The BEST IT people!

    • marshlc

      An interesting aspect of this is that even if those likes are all legit (sure, Jan) so what? They are not Americans and can’t vote in an American election.

    • Kruhn

      People forget that one can buy Facebook likes.

  • Michael Smith

    If social media followers and passion equaled votes then Trump would be facing Bernie Sanders right now instead of Hillary.

  • Michael Rush

    Breitbart has always been fair and accurate

    https://s7.postimg.org/mcnr2h33v/dewey.jpg

  • Michael Smith

    I don’t follow either on Facebook, Twitter, or Reddit. So I guess I’m not voting this year.

    • Acronym Jim

      But you have a ton of upvotes; maybe you should run for office.

      • Michael Smith

        I don’t have a large enough ego, but I’d like to think I’d be better than Trump.

        • Acronym Jim

          You’re too self-deprecating; that’s a really low bar of measurement. My Rat Terrier would be better than Trump…and more manageable (as long as the cookies hold out).

  • MonochromeMouse

    so it’s the berniebro method of polling “everyone I know is voting for him, and I’ve got so many friends you guys seriously I’m so popular that if all my friends are voting for him he’s totally gonna win. Seriously, the rest of you may as well just stay home because he’s definitely the winner”

  • Jack_Carter_USA

    So a swamp of crazed hatred is quoting the Stupidest Man on the Internet™ who is in turn quoting a toe-sucking pundit who invariably gets everything wrong and was fired by Faux News for lying to their audience on the air, all to tell their cult members just what they want to hear. Sounds about right.

    • Acronym Jim

      WHAT THE FUCKING FUCK?

      Fox News fired someone for lying to their audience? Please, I’m not that gullible.

      • Adam King

        (Actually, he refused to blow Ailes.)

        • kcken

          Ewwwwwwww. Lol

      • PLAINTOM

        I think he was fired for not telling Faux approved lies to his audience. Can’t have freelancers running amok and spreading their own lies, it confused the Faux bots. The entire basis of propaganda is repeatedly promoting the same lies.

      • Jack_Carter_USA

        Well, not so much for lying to their audience as for making Faux News look bad.

        • zhera

          Never get caught.

          • Jack_Carter_USA

            Ah yes, I knew there was a moral to that story.

  • Daveed_WOW

    The Right has got to throw them a bone when things are looking this bad.

  • Sk3ptic

    This headline’s a great way to relax the reds and charge the blues.

  • Michael Smith

    Trump also has a larger percentage of fake followers on Twitter than Hillary does, so I guess he can count on the imaginary vote.

  • TK

    I hope his followers fall for this…it’s just going to make the morning after election day that much more delicious.

  • bkb

    Like a starving Vampiresss, I can’t wait to feed,nay to bathe, in thier bitter and salty redneck tears. yum. They will be flowing across this great land, like the rivers that flow from our mountains into the red red oceans.

  • Michael Rush

    God bless his dwindling rabid base !

    https://s8.postimg.org/q662lz0at/rabid.jpg

  • Lazycrockett

    OT But WTF is Nina Turner wearing on MSNBC?

    • sherman

      Not watching, but anytime she does come on, I change the channel or turn the TV off. She’s “Susan Sarandon class” nutty anymore.

  • Jean-Marc in Canada

    “We will win by a landslide” — Dick Morris

    Enough said.

  • OdieDenCO

    trump has more followers on social media. a train wreck has high ratings from a passerby. watching said train wreck in progress is gold start ratings. neither translated into electability.

  • sherman

    I’m thinking Terry Vaught might really be John Miller.

    https://twitter.com/MarkPuente/status/762249078319243264

    • Joe in PA

      I love that little nugget in the letter above Terry’s:

      …pick up a copy of the NRA magazine and read accounts of law-abiding gun owners…blah blah fucking blah.

      Oh really Mr Hildebrand? Ya think?

      • Silver Badger

        Yes, yes he does!

      • sherman

        Or accounts at the “CDC website”, which is legally prevented from collecting info about guns, or even asking a battered woman if there is a gun in the house.

  • And this is what happens when you cut mental health funding. Case closed!

  • kcken

    Yep.. believable.

  • Michael Rush

    I posted this last night but worth seeing …

    Joy Reid bitch slaps Carl Palladino over the Trump / Nukes issue .

    She looks like someone to keep an eye on .

    https://youtu.be/apKqRFmrydY

    • AndyinChicago

      I’ve seen this a couple places now. My question is why she gave him a platform to begin with? There was about a 0% chance he was going to say something that would be true, so why invite him on the show at all? There are quite a few Republican strategists that are not as vile as Palladino.

      • Acronym Jim

        Lies need to be exposed for low-information people to recognize them as lies.

        • Joe in PA

          Totally agree, but I suspect most folks watching Joy Reid aren’t ‘low-information’.

          edit to add: at least they won’t be low-information for long. 🙂

      • Chucktech

        Having certifiable whack jobs like Paladino on teevee is fine as long as you call them out on their BS and shut them down in no uncertain terms. That’s what people like Joy Reid do. Compare and contrast that to Wolf Blitzer.

        • Joe in PA

          Ding ding ding…winner winner. What is Wolf even on? Ugh.

      • Michael Rush

        Paladino is the New York co-chair of Trump’s campaign

        It’s letting them speak that is destroying them .

    • joe ho

      She’s one of the best at shutting down Trumpsters when they lie or launch into talking points without answering the question. Too bad more aren’t like her.

      She’s also good at not allowing false equivalences between Trump and Clinton. She just shut down a GOP pollster who was saying that there was disunity in the Democrats, too.

      • Kruhn

        And MSNBC almost fired her.

    • greenmanTN

      I love that big smile on Joy’s face when Paladino is bloviating. She doesn’t need to say “You are so full of shit” but you know she’s THINKING it.

      • Michael Rush

        Conservatives and religious nuts often talk down to people like they are children , she knows what level of stupid she is dealing with here . It’s odd because it’s kind of rare to see .

      • Kruhn

        We need the girls of the old MadTV Reality Check skit shut him up with their tirades.

    • karmanot

      Joy Reid is everything Rachel Maddow wanted to be.

  • AndyinChicago

    As long as it’s only the crazies at Breitbart are the only ones that
    believe it. They have no shame. If someone who would be ashamed of their
    vote thought they’d be singled out after the election, those people
    might still be afraid to vote Trump. If they thought they were in the
    vast majority, and they could use the excuse of everyone doing it, then
    we have a problem.

  • Gayer Than Thou

    As I was saying on Twitter, if Trump wins it will actually seem like there had to have been voter fraud.

    • Adam King

      “Voter fraud” doesn’t happen, and would be impossible on a scale large enough to tip an election. But voting machine tampering is definitely something to worry about. Those things are not secured adequately and their programming is held by private companies, not publicly supervised. Whenever possible, vote by mail using a traceable paper ballot!

  • timncguy

    Is this the same bunch that had Romney winning right up to election day?

  • another_steve

    Most reality-based observers believe Hillary will win, but few are willing to discount the possibility that she won’t.

    If something really really terrible about Hillary is revealed (thanks, for example, to that hero of the far left, Julian Assange) or if there’s a massive terrorist attack on U.S. soil between now and November, Trump could be the next President.

    • Ross

      Repeated polls show that more voters trust Hillary than Donny in case of a terrorist attack.

      • another_steve

        In the abstract, yes. The Democrats have been very effective at crafting a “he’s a danger to the national security” message. But fear — terror — is a mighty motivating influence in the lives and decisions of ordinary people. In a nightmare scenario à la 9/11, Trump would put out a “see, the Democrats didn’t keep you safe” message that could very well resonate with a panicked electorate.

        Just suggesting that Democrats shouldn’t be complacent and think the election is sewn up.

  • PLAINTOM

    Lots of people watched OJ’s slow speed car case, that doesn’t mean the majority of people wanted him to escape.

  • Andrew Stevens

    Well guys, there you have it…

  • DesertSun59

    No. This blatant lie isn’t part of the collective reality the rest of us share.

  • Duane Dimitrov

    Boy, homocon or not, conservatives are already doing the “unskewing” shit they did in the last election.

    You’d think that they’d realize that wishful thinking doesn’t, in fact, win elections.

    • PLAINTOM

      And they started much earlier this election.

  • 2patricius2

    He may be looking at a landslide victory, but on election day, his delusion will evaporate.

  • Herald

    A bit OT but this endorsement is something else

    American Nazi Chair: Trump Win Would Be “A Real Opportunity” For White Nationalists
    “We have a wonderful OPPORTUNITY here folks, that may never come again, at the RIGHT time,”
    https://www.buzzfeed.com/andrewkaczynski/american-nazi-chair-a-trump-win-would-be-a-real-opportunity?utm_term=.alN9l1QPR#.dt2oWNp6z

    • Chucktech

      Frankly, I don’t doubt that in the least.

  • Oikos
  • Blake Jordan

  • Gerry Fisher

    “Wait a minute. That can’t be right. They’re wrong. I know it…!” –Karl Rove in November 2012

  • Robert Adams

    “Trump Will Win In A Landslide”

    Well, yeah, if the election is TRULY rigged.

    • Karl Dubhe

      I wouldn’t mind much if he won a landslide. One that buried him, that is. 🙂

      • Silver Badger

        Him and Pence. They should be required to travel together from now on!

        • RoFaWh

          And share motel rooms…

  • Sam_Handwich

    stfu you idiots

    • Adam King

      Why waste words?

  • Reality.Bites

    Well it’s noon and I can see that Joe has chosen to ignore the most important story of the day. 😉

    Yes, there’s been another shirtless Trudeau sighting, this time at the other end of the country, photobombing a straight couple’s wedding photos.

    (I understand other countries have a similar pastime, called Pokeman Go?)

    https://www.thestar.com/content/dam/thestar/news/gta/2016/08/06/topless-justin-trudeau-photobombs-wedding-photo/trudeautweet-web.jpg

    https://www.thestar.com/news/gta/2016/08/06/topless-justin-trudeau-photobombs-wedding-photo.html

    • Lazycrockett

      That’s so 11 ish pm last night. 🙂

    • Silver Badger

      Photobombing? That couple had to walk a mile down the beach to get him in their wedding picture. And She’s in heels!

      • Reality.Bites

        Shows what you know! We don’t use miles in Canada! 😛

        • Silver Badger

          JMG is in the USA. We use miles the way Jesus intended!

        • Adam King

          No wonder you’re still slaves to the English tyrant!

        • Claude Jacques Bonhomme

          I use metric pretty much for everything except dick size.

          • Reality.Bites

            I’d love to be one of those people who doesn’t use metric for dick size but people think I do.

            Me: I’ve got 12, dude.

            Him: I thought you meant centimetres!

  • John Kusters

    Isn’t this the exact same song they were singing this time four years ago? I seem to recall it didn’t work out so well for them then.

    • Bruno

      It seems to occur at about the same time every cycle. When the Dem pulls ahead in the polls.

  • Ross

    Breitbart: Trump Will Win In A Landslide

    Breitbart: George W. Bush Is Known As Greatest President Ever

    Breitbart: Sarah Palin Scores Record High on IQ Test

    Breitbart: Koch Brothers Will Use Their Fortune to Deport All Democrats

    • Treant

      Well, a gerbil did once…

      Er, yeah. Monkeys.

    • karmanot

      “Breitbart: Sarah Palin Scores Record High on IQ Test” Well, considering it starts at zero, I suppose that 65 is high.

  • arent these the same people who said khan was sharia follower based on 0 facts, dont these people care about facts? im honestly sacred about my future on this country

    • Sk3ptic

      And a member of the Muslim Brotherhood. Jeezis, I had to debunk that lie a hundred times in the office last week.

      • thank you for doing that sir, im a gay muslim, so i get double the hate from Christians, future looking grim

        • Sk3ptic

          You are a brave man. I’ve got your back.

          • Silver Badger

            Me to.

        • Silver Badger

          I do hope you’re not in a Muslim country. If you’re in the USA, adopt a pseudonym. Say, Dave or Bob and Praise Jesus! every other sentence.

          • i live in usa, my father who is a muslim has no problem with it, its my Christian friends which usually bully me, but im starting to get used to it, i just have to ignore them and be the bigger man

          • Silver Badger

            If they are your friends, they won’t bully you. If they bully you, even in the name of their Gawd, they are not your friends.

          • we play video games together, they usually call me *faggot* and shit like that, i dont let it bother me

          • KarenAtFOH

            With friends like that…

          • Silver Badger

            Better thee than me. I don’t have that much patience.

    • NO MORE GOP!

      As am I. It’s a reasonable fear.

  • Wynter Marie Starr

    Are these fools on drugs or are they just deluded? Serious question as I don’t read them at all.

    • Gustav2

      Yes.

      Seriously, they have to make shit up to make themselves feel better.

      • Wynter Marie Starr

        Sad. And scary.

      • pretty fucked up, reminds me of john oliver episode
        feelings=facts

  • Sam_Handwich

    new CBS/YouGov poll has Hillary up 12 points in Virginia

    https://today.yougov.com/news/2016/08/07/cbs-battleground-tracker-arizona-nevada-virginia/

    and of course the WBUR poll from a couple days ago showing Hillary +15 in New Hampshire

    http://www.wbur.org/politicker/2016/08/04/clinton-over-trump-new-hampshire-poll

    • AJ Drew

      THAT is surprising. Sadly, but truly.

    • SoCalGal20

      And only down 2 in AZ!

      • Sam_Handwich

        if there’s ever been a reason for Hispanics to register and vote, it’s Drumpf. i hope those efforts are in full swing in AZ

        • SoCalGal20

          So do I. It’s looking like she could win AZ. I will look at doing some work over there.

    • Todd20036

      I think she’s up by 4 in Georgia

    • Bruno

      Obama beat Romney by 7% in Nevada. +2 and the poll last week of +1 tells me that something strange is afoot in that state. The demographics and political trends in that state should favor Clinton more. I wonder if tRump’s casino ties are helping him in that state somehow.

      • Reality.Bites

        Perhaps in the sense that having him operate them elsewhere is good for the ones he doesn’t operate in Nevada. /s

  • Rebecca Gardner

    So now elections are determined by social media followers? LMAOROF! He truly is the stupidest man on the internet.

  • AJ Drew

    “stupidest man on the internet” is a contentious title… and somehow *Gateway Pundit* and Jim Hoft (and, sigh, Dick Morris,) continue on…

  • MikeBx2

    Trump determines his chances the exact same way. This and how many people come to his rallies. And it’s also what he’ll point to in “proving” the election was rigged when he loses. “We were getting tremendous numbers at our rallies.” Stupid. Sad!

  • Quipster

    I’m reminded of something Tom Bodett says his father told him:

    “Just because everyone agrees with you does not mean you’re right.”

  • Tor

    That’s nice, dear. You just go ahead and think that.

    • Silver Badger

      It’ll make them happy.

  • HZ81

    Unskew those polls, Jimmy Hoft. Big dummy.

  • ByronK

    Is it genetic with Right Wingers that they think if they keep saying something it will become true? Or are they just more comfortable in their mutual bubble of insanity until reality face fucks them and then they’re all like “where did that dick come from!!!”

    • Sam_Handwich

      it really is a self-imposed bubble phenomenon …. fox, breitbart, drudge, talk radio ….these are the only outlets that tell them the troof!

      • Silver Badger

        Everybody else is too scared!

    • AJ Drew

      I have little doubt that someone else will reply about the sexual analogy, so I’ll, um, let that happen.

      As for lie enough times and it’s the truth? GOP SOP (though really, the DEMs have gone that route as well… though not as persistently and pervasively as the last 8+ years of GOP routine.)

    • m_lp_ql_m

      They think that by saying something over and over again it becomes true because that’s how they were taught.

    • Skeptical_Inquirer

      They’ve been indoctrinated into thinking prayer works. It really doesn’t. That’s why they keep thinking pooping on minorities works to make them better off and that trickle down economics is just awesome.

    • John Oliver explained it a couple weeks ago:
      – Republicans say that feelings are the same as facts (i.e., “I feel that Obama is actually a Muslim, therefore it must be so.”)
      – Politicians can create feelings.
      – Ergo, by transitive correlation, politicians can create facts, and by extension, so can their far right conservative media outlets

      They and their followers have been training themselves for decades now that believing something is true is far more important than it being true in the first place or working to help make something true.

      • ByronK

        Loved that segment.

  • coram nobis

    Ladies and gentlemen, the polls are in — the next President of the United States:

    https://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/2/29/Thomas_E._Dewey.jpg

    • AJ Drew

      well… his pocket square was not square enough. (I blame the photographer and his tailor.)

    • Silver Badger

      He looks nice.

      • coram nobis

        Trained in music as well, had a nice singing voice, I’m told.

    • Karl Dubhe

      Who is that?

      • sherman

        Thomas Dewey.

        • Karl Dubhe

          🙂

          Before my time, I had a fear that that was Trump’s father.

          • sherman

            I’m a Truman baby, but that’s before my time. This is famous enough that if you were ever captured in war and they were trying to prove you were really an American, they might ask you a question about it.

          • Karl Dubhe

            As I’m Canadian, I think I’d fail such a test. Perhaps on purpose. 🙂

          • Kruhn

            It’s one of the most famous headlines in American history. Based on the polls (which were last taken on September 1948) Dewey was ahead in the polls. Election night some states had yet to report, so when the Hearst-owned Chicago Tribune had to go to print, they decided to assume the poll results were right. Alas, and based on Harry S. Truman’s smirk, Dewey lost.

            There is an apocryphal story that when someone knocked at Dewey’s hotel room door, an aide said “President Dewey is sleeping” to which the person replied that President Dewey can keep sleeping because he ain’t the President anymore.

          • Karl Dubhe

            I remember the headline, but I couldn’t identify the picture of the man. 🙂

          • Jess Mee

            He supposedly told his wife on Election Eve that tomorrow night she would be sleeping with the President of the United States. After Truman’s victory, she asked “Am I going to the White House, or is Harry coming here?”.

      • Kruhn

        Thomas Dewey our 34th President. He of “Dewey Defeats Truman” fame.

      • coram nobis

        Thomas E. Dewey, GOP presidential candidate in 1944 and 1948. Polls in 1948 had him leading and everybody assuming he’d win, including the early edition of the Chicago Tribune.

        https://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/en/2/28/Deweytruman12.jpg

  • Rebecca Gardner

    Landslide?

    • Skeptical_Inquirer

      It’s interesting how pale some of the red states are.

      • Indeed. And even Texas and Utah aren’t solid dark red anymore.

  • Clive Johnson

    Such brilliant analysis is why right-wing defeat is baked into the cake of their worldview.

  • Cboulder

    Yes, Reddit and Facebook are the ones to trust here. What’s the word from Karl Rove’s unskewed polls . com?

  • You underestimate the Reddit voting bloc at your own peril.

    • Karl Dubhe

      They’ll be out in droves, on November 9th, to vote for their hero.

      (it’s the second Wednesday, that’s when you vote, right?)

  • it is worth revisiting this….
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2It6SEnzUNo

    • Ross

      I have never seen this video.

      Great fun! Thank you!

  • GayOldLady
    • Herald

      Fantastic scene and so appropriate

      • GayOldLady

        Every time I see Trump I’m reminded of Biff.

      • Cboulder

        Yeah, I think the Zemekis Bros. Admitted to Trump being the inspiration for the Biff in part2. If it was in fact them?

    • Lazycrockett

      The guy wearing the 3D glasses in broad day light got the worse of it, deservingly so.

  • Mike__in_Houston

    Sorry, guys. I’m sticking with Nate Silver who has a *proven* track record: 50 out of 50 states predicted correctly in 2012. Of his three current predictions, the one *least* favorable to Hillary shows her with a 76.1% chance of winning.

    • Lumpy Gaga

      We’re still in convention bouncy time, yes? I thought Nate Silver, over the last couple of months, has called it for Drumpf.

    • Bruno

      I wonder if he’s worked the last jobs report into the Polls Plus model yet. Economic environment is a factor in that model. Also, the closer we get to November, if the polls hold up as they’ve been, Clinton’s chances in that model will only increase.

      • Lazycrockett

        I just looked and he has hillary at 83 to 16.

        • Bruno

          That’s in Polls Only. Polls Plus is 76.1%.

          • Lazycrockett

            I have a question during the primaries there were comment sections, but for the life of me I can’t find any in the general polls, am I missing something?

          • Bruno

            At 538? I hadn’t noticed either time.

          • Adam King

            There are comments on the articles on the main page.

      • Sam_Handwich

        not to mention Obama’s approval … i think the new ABC poll has it at 55%

    • DutchBoy74

      He’s had a pretty shitty record this year though. He was also dead wrong on last year’s final four – of which I’m still a tad bitter about the office pool loss I took following his model.

      This last year I did my own, and I know virtually nothing about sport teams. Won.

      I think Silver is a victim of changing times and while he does has fairly accurate models, even some of his models this year were impossibly off. Now this is either a symptom of the election fraud that allegedly happened, or these polling companies were doing a shitty job and he had bad intel to work with.

      Now this is just me pulling numbers out of my ass, but I think Clinton at this moment has a slightly over 55% chance of winning. I think there is a 20% chance that no one wins the 270 required and it goes to congress and Paul Ryan to pick the winner.

      I feel that there will be a good 20% of the vote that will go to third parties this year. The privatize everything Libertarians are over 10% already and the kumbya green party – for which I am voting for is edging past 5%.

      That means it will be difficult for either major party to secure 1/3 of the popular vote.

      People are sick of bending over and taking it from the two parties and they haven’t proven themselves. I think if Bernie won, it would have been a landslide against the Orange Troll and 3rd parties would have been still marginalized.

      They need to talk about the issues because twitter wars and red baiting isn’t going to work this round. Red baiting was 20 years ago. You have who generations who are old enough to vote who don’t give a crap about Russia. Russia didn’t bring down the towers.

      It’s going to get messy.

      • Ross

        You wrote: “I think if Bernie won, it would have been a landslide against the Orange Troll”

        And you base this belief on….?

        I previously posted the following:

        I am building a rocket to the moon in my backyard.

        Even though it has never been tested, I am sure it will get me to the moon. I am certain of this.

        This is how I feel about die-hard Bernie supporters who claim that he would have beaten Trump in the general election.

        They are sure of this. They are certain.

        Even though Bernie was never tested against the Republican attack machine.

        Sorry, I have no faith in things untested.

        Hillary has almost 30 years experience surviving Republican attacks. She is fully tested.

        I am with HER rocket.

        • Beautifully put, Ross. And exactly so.

  • anne marie in philly

    keep on smokin’ that wildwood weed and dreamin’ empty thoughts, asswipes!

  • Dirty Harry

    Life under Trump could be like this. See you @ 12:00 noon to settle the dispute. If you have so much money to spare, I’ll just have to take some more off you. If you live to see the sun rise, it’s because I allowed it.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Pp_jriZDSS8

  • Phil in FLL

    Move over Milo. Jim Hoft will join you in inflicting himself on the Internet. The two of you can compete for the crown of “The Stupidest Gay Man on the Internet.”

  • Mark Neé Fuzz

    Did I just pass through a worm hole into an alternate universe?

    • TrollopeReader

      if so, watch out for PickyPecker … he’s hungry today !!

  • Cuberly

    “…Twitter Audit, suggests that 41 percent of Trump’s Twitter followers are fake. As of Wednesday, Twitter Audit estimates that 6,223,450 of his followers are real, and 4,306,922 are fake. (Again, Clinton is not far behind.)”

    http://www.vanityfair.com/news/2016/08/trumps-biggest-lie-the-size-of-his-twitter-following

    Yawn….Hoft you’re an idiot.

  • greenmanTN

    Speaking of microcephaly….

    • licuado de platano

      and many other micro*** afflictions.

  • Bob Conti

    This was a part of me that wanted to go over and tell them the facts of life (or politics). And then I just thought, why bother?

  • moebym

    HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA

  • Jim Hoft: “I really, really, really, really, really want something to be true, therefore it will be! And if it proves not to be true, I’ll scream and yawp and bleat that the true thing was stolen from us!”

    They’ve been operating from this playbook since the first President Clinton took office. It hamstrung both Clinton and Obama and worked with Dubya, so they’ll try it again.

  • Hoft is like Baldrick on “Blackadder.” He’s got a cunning plan. . .which we can see the flaw in before he speaks. In this case: people like me follow Hillary Clinton AND Trump. I follow trump to see what fool thing hes said today. I’d wager that most actual Trump fans DO NOT follow Clinton’s Tweets. It’s the same phenomenon as people who watch FOX “News” or listen to Rush Limbaugh to keep tabs, not because they’re actual fans. I’ve been sampling them for years (and never, not for a second, persuaded, go figure). But you rarely hear FOX Fans who also listen to or watch Rachel Maddow.

  • Ernest Endevor

    And I am Marie of Romania.

  • KnownDonorDad

    Trump in a landslide! So says this internet poll. Is this where he’s getting his data?

    http://www.strawpoll.me/10632771/r

  • nipper

    They have really good drugs over there dont they?

    • Karl Dubhe

      Bad ones, really really bad ones.

  • AtticusP

    Breitbart.com: because delusional assholes needed another forum to embarrass themselves on.

  • Joseph Miceli

    “Is this just math that you do as a Republican to make yourself feel better…”

  • Stephen Elliot Phillips

    anyone have the link to the video of KKKarl Rove’s reaction when obama won ohio??

  • Reddit? Seriously?

    • crowTrobot

      Might as well count the 8chan fappening vote.

  • chris james

    Breitbart says Trump in a landslide…and if he loses our entire staff will commit suicide…don’t I wish. Idiots.

  • ByronK

    My newfound mission, to get banned from Breitbart…
    “It’s true what they say about this site, you’re all @ucking bat$hit crazy. Good god, do any of you take a step back and actually read what is vomited on here? Racist, homophobic, xenophobic, misogynist, conspiracy-fueled insanity. All the reasons that make parts of America a repulsive joke to the rest of the world.”

    Apparently I’m a regressive social leftist. Someone posted that he likes talking dogs so I replied “So you’re married then?” I need to get out more.

    • fuzzybits

      Guess you have to wander in there to get banned. You’re welcome to wade in that cesspool.

      • ByronK

        Going for a shower now….Like a bukkaki of hate.

        • TrollopeReader

          you might need a couple more days in the wilderness!!

          • ByronK

            Oh god I wish…

    • Karl Dubhe

      I tried that earlier, but man… I’d rather eat toxic waste than go back and work to be banned from them.

      There are some windmills that I’ll ignore, even if some still call me Don Quixote.

      • ByronK

        🙂 Quickly you realize it’s no fun to joust with people who are unarmed.

  • Soetoro Marx

    Hasn’t Gateway Pundit noticed this is exactly like Rush Limbaugh’s statement from four years ago: “Everything — Except the Polls — Points to a Romney Landslide” (http://www.rushlimbaugh.com/daily/2012/11/05/everything_except_the_polls_points_to_a_romney_landslide)

    Some people never learn.

    • Ben in Oakland

      Everything except the polls and the election.

  • Hamoverfist

    hahaha they said the same thing about Romney.. boy I enjoyed those sour grapes on freerepublic.

    • TrollopeReader

      rancid whines?

      • Hamoverfist

        clever boy! 🙂

    • BudClark

      Free Republic needs a LARGE supply of laxatives and lithium!

  • andrew

    On the brighter side: this is the kind of talk that may help keep the Hillary folks, or just anti-Trump, people motivated to work to insure a Trump catastrophe doesn’t happen.

  • DaddyRay

    I think they meant to say Trump would win in a Landfill

    • Gianni

      😀 Well, he is trash.

      • DaddyRay

        And most of his base are white trash

        • Jerry Kott

          What is strange is that in this day and age, I have had post removed from boards simply for using the words “White Trash”. White Trash, I believe most effectively defines a large majority of Trumps supporters.

      • houstonray

        ….

  • Ninja0980

    Romney in a landslide part two.

  • Gianni

    In A LANDSLIDE? Seriously? I realize that there’s a possibility he might win, but you’d have to be a totally uniformed moron to believe it could possibly be a landslide victory. The Breitbart site shows it’s really not so bright.

  • Jerry Kott

    He is looking more like a Mudslide.

  • Christ: what an asshole.

  • Michael Hampton

    They said the same thing about Mittens. Remember?

  • DumbHairyApe

    But, you see, this kind of statement makes it easier for them to believe that, after Hillary wins in REAL, FACTUAL landslide, that the election was all rigged!

  • jerrydoubleu .

    i’m for bernie

  • Randy

    “Stupidest man on the Internet” is quite a title.

  • DumbHairyApe

    Do these people NOT realize that likely even Clinton campaign members follow Trump just to see his antics? Following someone does NOT equate to supporting them. I don’t think they realize that because those on the right don’t think too deeply.

  • gothambear

    Yes and the ever-shrill Peggy Noonan saw yard signs in Florida and declared Romney the winner of the presidential election in 2012…uh huh.

  • Hollydsauls1

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  • Jess Mee

    And I might hit Powerball three times in a row. But I’m not holding my breath.

  • Galvestonian

    ooooooh, another republican ‘I’m feeling it ….so it must be a fact’ thought process of the moment.

  • Spudger

    lol, I’m sure the origin of that was “everyone on MY facebook is into trump! This has to be a national trend!”