Thomas Jefferson: Why the Polls Are Wrong (Again)

Thomas Jefferson

My fellow Americans –

  1. The 2016 presidential election polls showing Hillary Clinton, the greatest candidate for any office in the history of candidates, with a 99 percent chance of winning were wrong, and the 2020 polls are wrong too, for the same reason which is . . .
  2. Ninety-plus percent of the news media is in the tank for the Democratic party. They don’t give you news, they give you the opinions they want you to have, and they hide anything they don’t want you to know. Hunter Biden? Never heard of him.
  3. A Cato Institute study found that 62 percent of Americans have political views they are afraid to share, including 77 percent of conservatives. There are a lot of “progressives” out there who’d like to see you dead if you’re not as loving as they are. Better to just keep your non-liberal opinions to yourself, including to pollsters.

Which reminds me, the Girl Scouts tweeted a congratulatory message to Amy Coney Barrett on her confirmation to the Supreme Court. It was obviously not a partisan post, it was just a post in support of girls and women, which is what the Girl Scouts do. That and sell Thin Mints.

But the post triggered such a torrent of bile from the left that not only was the post taken off Twitter, it was followed by not one, but two groveling apologies.

I used to say that I have sworn upon the altar of god eternal hostility against every form of tyranny over the mind of man. (A musical group called The Animals turned this sentiment into a popular song — “It’s my mind and I’ll think what I want.”)

However one phrases it, there is a deep resentment in our country of these self-appointed thought police telling us what we can and cannot talk about, what we can say, what we can’t say, what words we can use, what we can and cannot think . . . a deep, deep resentment.

And only one presidential candidate willing to push back on it.

Yes, it’s going to be fun when Trump wins and people are screaming at the sky, just like 2016, but please be careful out there. I’m not kidding.

And if you really feel like you must cast your vote for a corpse, vote for me, Tom Jefferson, not Joe Biden.

Thomas Jefferson

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