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Soros: Trump Will Win Popular Vote, Lose Electoral College

ACCORDING TO an interview done by Bloomberg at the World Economic Forum on August 31st just published by Bill Still, George Soros said Donald Trump will win the popular vote in a landslide, but lose the electoral college.

The disturbing admission would confirm two things: 1) the widespread rigging of the polls in the United States and 2) the widespread collusion amongst the controlled media in keeping this quiet.

Take a look at this brief Soros clip, as a blonde Bloomberg reporter asks Soros how he thinks the US election will go. What word was Soros stumbling over there? “Announcements”? What word is he trying to pull up? I think he starts to say “paid political elements.” Perhaps he means that there will be massive paid political advertisements? Or could he be talking about his voting machines rigging the elections?

Incidentally, according to a Daily Caller story from last week, “Smartmatic, a U.K.-based voting technology company with deep ties to George Soros, has provided voting technology in 16 states including battleground zones like Arizona, Colorado, Florida, Michigan, Nevada, Pennsylvania and Virginia…. Other jurisdictions affected are California, District of Columbia, Illinois, Louisiana, Missouri, New Jersey, Oregon, Washington and Wisconsin.”

Or is he talking about outright bribery of the voting members of the electoral college itself? According to Archives.gov: “There is no Constitutional provision or Federal law that requires Electors to vote according to the results of the popular vote in their states. Some states, however, require Electors to cast their votes according to the popular vote…. The U.S. Supreme Court has held that the Constitution does not require that Electors be completely free to act as they choose and therefore, political parties may extract pledges from electors to vote for the parties’ nominees…. The Supreme Court has not specifically ruled on the question of whether pledges and penalties for failure to vote as pledged may be enforced under the Constitution. No Elector has ever been prosecuted for failing to vote as pledged.”

In fact, only 29 states require Electors to vote for the winner of the popular vote. But fortunately several are critical swing states, including: Colorado, Florida, Michigan, Nevada, North Carolina, Ohio, Utah, Virginia and Wisconsin.

According to Archives.gov: “Over the years, however, despite legal oversight, a number of electors have violated their state’s law binding them to their pledged vote…. However, these violators often only face being charged with a misdemeanor or a small fine, usually $1,000.”

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George Soros and Donald Trump

Lastly, Soros then says a very remarkable thing, that he and his associates are a small minority of extremists — yes, “global governance extremists.”

The only thing for sure is that we will never know what he stumbled on. It was a slip of the tongue by a boasting billionaire to a pretty blonde television reporter. However, what we can say for sure is that in the opinion of George Soros, Donald Trump will win the popular vote in a landslide.

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Source: Bill Still

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3 Comments

  1. AJinFLA
    October 26, 2016 at 7:18 am — Reply

    This is just stupid. (and probably 100% fabricated) The popular vote is based around NYC, LA and Chicago. Trump should be happy their is no popular vote and we use an electoral college. The Red States of the midwest and deep south are the least populated, but because of the electoral college they are still adequately represented. Who makes up these illogical arguments. The Popular Vote and Election Winner will be the same person. (You do realize the only person in the past 140 years to win the popular vote and lose the election was Al Gore in 2000, right? for the exact reasons I mentioned above)

    • Ric
      November 16, 2016 at 1:17 am — Reply

      Sorry… you were saying?

  2. Tom
    November 8, 2016 at 9:14 pm — Reply

    Is it me, or does Soros remind you of the evil Emperor in Star Wars?
    https://goo.gl/images/W53ERM

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