Sunday, December 20, 2015

Hillary Clinton looses 3rd Debate by a Landslide!

If the Hillary camp and/or the DNC had planned to embarrass and hurt Bernie Sanders' campaign by deliberately leaking the data breach at NGP-VAN, then the plan fell short — and may have even backfired on Hillary's campaign.

Just like every single online poll showed Bernie winning the first and second Democratic debates by landslides, so did all the online polls show Bernie winning the 3rd debate by a landslide as well. Not one single online poll showed Hillary winning.

Not only that, but Hillary also came in last behind Martin O'Malley in many of the polls too. Every picture tells a story, and the one below shows what all the online polls showed — Hillary Clinton was absent from the 3rd debate. (See the links to all the polls further below.)

Hillary Clinton - MIA at 3rd Debate

Online poll results as of 2:00 p.m. PST on December 20, 2015

And all the other online polls shows Bernie Sanders beating Hillary Clinton by landslides too.

  • Poll: TIME magazine showed a blow-out.
  • Poll: Democracy for America showed a blow-out.
  • Poll: Working Families Party showed a blow-out.
  • Poll: A comprehensive survey of more than 75,000 voters in all 50 states conducted over several months shows Sanders has the highest approval rating of any U.S. Senator.
  • Poll: Bernie Sanders is the most "electable" candidate in either party.
  • Poll: www.Democrats.Com with 130,000 votes has Bernie leading Hillary 46% to 32%
  • Even my humble poll on the right side of this page shows Bernie way ahead of the pack.

It's only the corporate-sponsored polls showing Hillary ahead. So why are all the establishment Democrats backing Hillary when THE PEOPLE prefer Bernie?

These two inspiring videos reflect what all the online polls show --- THE PEOPLE are definitely "Feeling the Bern"! -- So tell the DNC and all the pro-corporate Democrats to STFU!


  1. Hillary was late getting back on stage after a commercial break because a Martin O’Malley aide was using the sole bathroom backstage. What viewers didn’t know was the sole women’s bathroom was a little further than the men’s room from the stage. And when the debate went to a long commercial break Clinton lost out to Lis Smith, the caffeine-guzzling deputy campaign manager for O’Malley. A top Clinton staffer who was strategically posted outside the bathroom (presumably to avoid these kinds of situations) gave Smith a verbal OK to make a quick pit stop. The women’s room included multiple stalls, so it’s not entirely clear why Clinton and Smith couldn’t both use the facilities. Clinton spokesman Nick Merrill declined to comment for the story, but said there wasn’t a security reason preventing the former secretary of state from sharing a bathroom. Nevertheless, the hold up contributed to Clinton failing to make it back to the stage on time. When Clinton finally returned, moderator David Muir was already asking another candidate a question.

    1. Bernie Sanders told a crowd at a campaign stop in Council Bluffs, Iowa: "I don't know how to break this to you. Donald Trump is very upset. I don't know what his relationship with women has been like, but he has discovered that women go to the bathroom, and it's very upsetting for him. This is a guy who wants to be president of the United States. He must have a very unusual relationship with women. I've got to be honest with you. I've got to lay it out on the table: I also went to the bathroom. I know. I have to admit it. I guess other men are allowed to go to the bathroom, but women? What can we say?"

  2. i don't think the DNC understands that "republican lite" doesn't cut it anymore!

  3. As the debate wrapped up Saturday, the candidates were asked about the changing role of presidents’ spouses. Clinton said of her husband, former President Bill Clinton, “I am probably still going to pick the flowers and the china for state dinners and stuff like that, but will certainly turn to him, as prior presidents have for special missions, the economy and other issues."

    Because Bill Clinton is older now, it appears that Hillary's supporters don't mind putting a sexual predator back in the White House again.,

  4. A Hillary Christmas (SNL)

  5. Fox News - Republican debate on August 6 (Thursday) averaged 24 million viewers
    CNN - Republican debate on September 16 (Wednesday) averaged 22.6 million viewers
    CNN - Democratic debate on October 13 (Tuesday) averaged 15.3 million viewers
    CNN - Republican debate on October 28 (Wednesday) averaged 14 million viewers
    Fox Business Network - Republican debate on November 10 (Tuesday) averaged 13.5 million viewers
    CBS - Democratic debate on November 14 (Saturday) averaged 8.5 million viewers
    CNN - Republican debate on December 15 (Tuesday) averaged 18 million viewers
    ABC - Democratic debate on December 19 (Saturday) averaged 6.7 million viewers


    Fox News - Republican debate on January TBA (TBA)
    Fox Business Network - Republican debate on January 14 (Thursday)
    NBC - Democratic debate on January 17 (Sunday)
    ABC - Republican debate on February 6 (Saturday)
    PBS - Democratic debate on February 11 (Thursday)
    CBS - Republican debate on February 13 (Saturday)
    NBC - Republican debate on February 26 (Friday)
    CNN - Republican debate on March (TBA)
    Univision - Democratic debate on March 9 (Wednesday)
    Fox News - Republican debate on (TBA)