After seeing what has transpired over these last two weeks, I am horrified, and quite frankly, ashamed of the lengths that some will go in order to win this election for “their side.”
From the very beginning, Republican nominee Donald Trump was compared to Adolf Hitler. For those people who continue to compare him as such, you are completely ignorant of the situation and history as it pertains to the rise of Hitler. I would not compare my worst enemy to Hitler.
Trump does not think any group is inferior to Americans, nor does he think they should be persecuted for their religious beliefs or ethnicity. His main goal, as is the goal of most people, is to keep others safe.
Yet this narrative is continually supported by those on the left wing and their media partners-in-crime. It has only gotten worse in the past two weeks, as multiple women have come forward claiming Trump sexually harassed them over a period of 30 years.
While this is damaging to the Trump campaign, Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton is not without scandals of her own. The revealing WikiLeaks of the inner workings of her campaign show she is not the saint that the mainstream media makes her out to be.
Along with the hypocrisy of the situation that surrounds Bill Clinton, Hillary attempted to discredit the women her husband was having an affair with.
Over a period of a week, the major morning and evening news shows such as ABC, CBS and NBC have dedicated four hours and 13 minutes discussing the allegations of sexual misconduct surrounding Donald Trump, while 36 minutes has been dedicated to the WikiLeaks emails from the Clinton campaign, according to a study from the Media Research Center.
Trump is receiving more negative news coverage than Clinton. If that does not seem unfair, then I am not sure how fair can be defined.
It is truly sad to see such an important election for the United States be decided long before Americans head to the polls.
It is absolutely stunning that the media has lied to and led the citizens of this country on because they are in the pocket of Hillary Clinton. If this is how things are to be handled from now on, I am dreading what the election of 2020 will look like.
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