Wisconsin Polling Showing Increased Likelihood of Corporate Media Influence…
Call it likelihood, call it probability, call it intellectual honesty, or call it something else; it matters not – there’s overwhelming evidence the Wisconsin battleground stakes are so consequential that much of the current data being presented by the media is agenda driven.
Before explaining the insufferable fingerprints of corporate media influence, the first and most important takeaway must be emphasized. Regardless of everything, a strong voter turnout is critical. All efforts, for all candidates, should be made to get out supporters on election day.
There’s far too much sketchy data – the simplest message must be sent: Just Go Vote
The polling data being distributed by the national media is starkly detached from the generally identified primary expressions in Wisconsin ground reports, comment sections of various local publications, discussion groups, social media and beyond.
In addition, there’s substantive evidence of data corruption:
A few Days Ago:
Sources within Marquette’s law school claimed that computer systems were accessed remotely without the approval of the school by “various parties”, and the school said it is reviewing its policies to determine how to prevent such a leak in the future. (link)
The stakes for Wall Street are very high, perhaps the highest they have been since the election began. Wisconsin is taking on a rather inflated role; similar to Florida in the 2012 presidential primary (Romney -vs Gingrich), only with more outside sources of money pouring in via the several active Stop Trump Super-PACs…