Oh buddy, Communists and when the truth does not fit the narrative as in the case of polls. Well, not that polls mean anything. These are the same pollsters who told everyone that Hillary Clinton had the election in the bag and that Donald J. Trump didn’t stand a chance of becoming the 45th President of the United States. The polls were wrong.
Enter 2018, until very recently the left boasted 24/7 about a massive blue wave in the coming 2018 mid-term elections. Suddenly, they’re not boasting anymore about a blue wave. Then there is the Communist media complex; well they’ve gone dark on the subject of a blue wave too. I wonder why.
PJ Media by David Steinberg
On Monday, Reuters/Ipsos announced that the Democratic Party’s strong lead on the generic ballot question, which had remained stable for most of 2018, had rapidly collapsed over the prior week.
The #BlueWave narrative — the media’s all-but-concluded assumption that Democrats would retake the House of Representatives from the GOP in November — has largely been based on the state of the generic ballot poll. So you might assume the media tasked with covering the 2018 midterm elections would immediately react to a sudden shift in the most important metric available for predicting the most important outcome of those elections.
They did not. Yesterday, I published an article titled: “24 Hours Later, Not One Mainstream Outlet Has Covered Dems’ Total Collapse in Reuters Poll“.
You might assume the media couldn’t possibly ignore Tuesday’s and Wednesday’s game-changing news: the poll was no outlier[…]
Say good-bye to the D-advantage in the generic ballot. Our latest Reuters/Ipsos poll shows that registered voters as likely to support Republicans as Democrats. @ReutersPolitics https://t.co/0ZIVVs6Zqc pic.twitter.com/rLIHL7jPRl
— Chris Kahn (@Cmkahn) May 21, 2018
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