The first half, Donald destroyed Hillary. If it was a boxing match, she would have been up against the ropes and he was just pummeling her. And then the moderator came to her rescue. Why was Donald Trump’s tax return and the whole birth certificate brought up? Gee, shall we talk about the debt? Shall we talk about Obamacare? Shall we talk about the border? Should we talk about anything that actually matters? Nah…let’s talk about a one-sided issue which will either be a non-issue or hurt one of the candidates. And the media bias continues. Needless to say, once it became two on one, Hillary’s performance improved. You could see the relief in her face to have the comfort of her familiar ally, the media, ride to her rescue.
That being said, she lost. Trump didn’t come across as a mad man or a hateful man. He sounded like someone who was mad as hell and isn’t going to take it anymore. That’s how most of us are. We are mad as hell, and we’re not going to take it anymore. Nothing is ever going to change until enough of us finally get up, stick our head out the windows, and scream “I’m mad as hell, and I’m not going to take it anymore!”
That’s why she lost. In order for Trump to have lost, he needed to look inept or unhinged. He didn’t, but she looked as incompetent and crooked as she actually is. She looked as boring as she really is.
I predict the media will tout that Clinton won, that she had a masterful performance…and Trump will continue to rise in the polls.
Long Live the Constitution!