Saturday, November 5, 2016

Nothing About The Bakken -- November 5, 2016

The biggest story to watch during the election coverage -- which begins at 4:00 a.m. Monday morning on Fox: the "delta" between the exit polls and the actual vote, or what will be known as the "Soros count." If in fact, the exit polls reflect the graphic below, and the official results hand the election to Hillary, .... well, just remember, electronic voting machines in 16 states were supplied by Soros, including every battleground state (except North Carolina): Florida, Nevada, Pennsylvania, Michigan,

From the USC-Los Angeles Times poll:

At 48%, this is the highest Donald Trump has ever polled in this poll. The delta is wide, but it is not a record.  The delta is 5.4 today but it was 6.7 back on September 19, 2016. The separation minimally exceeds the range of uncertainty.

Let the lawsuits begin: if Hillary Clinton takes Washington State as expected, at least one elector, a Bernie Sanders supporter, will not vote for Hillary. "Constitutional crisis" talk will gain momentum.

Obama leaves a terrible legacy. From Investor's Business Daily. I track Obama's Legacy at the sidebar at the right. The good news: the link will be removed on January 21, 2017.

And finally, before moving on to "Top Stories of the Week" (next post), it is being reported that a "crashed Tesla exploded into a massive fireball." Authorities say it is not unusual for massive fireballs to occur after cars -- even non-EVs -- crash into trees at high speeds.

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