CNN Instant Polls Following Trump Speech Send Communist Liberals Into Instant Depression


This morning my dad asked me if I knew what gangsters do to someone blocking their way. I thought he was setting me up for a ‘dad joke’ so I told him, no. He said, “they eliminate them, I had a dream last night that Trump was killed by them”. I’ve been thinking about that all morning. If Trump is going to accomplish all the things he says he wants to accomplish, NO ONE in Washington DC stands to benefit anything from Trump.

Looking at the newest CNN polling of their viewers, even the Liberal Media can’t deny that Trump is a desirable candidate to voters. CNN took 4 polls immediately after GOP nominee Donald Trump’s electrifying Republican National Convention (RNC) speech. To the chagrin of CNN 57% of their viewers had a “very positive” reaction to Trump’s speech. But this next polling number has got to REALLY eat at the CNN producers:

Even more incredible for Trump was that 73 percent of viewers said the policies proposed in the speech would move the country in the “right direction,” with only 24 percent saying otherwise.
The speech left 56 percent of viewers saying they are “more likely” to vote for Trump.

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What was your reaction to the Trump speech? Well, my dad is starting to have nightmares of gangsters killing Trump because he thinks there’s no other way to stop Trump. As we get closer and the more I see of Trump, the more I tend to agree with my dad. Trump is a direct threat to the DC establishment putting the biggest target on his back in the nation.

A Tea Party activist who worked on four National bus Tours and created Mega Rallies across the country. She has worked with conservative stars like Sarah Palin, Sheriff Joe Arpaio, Andrew Breitbart and others.

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