It turns out that instead of covering all fifty states today in exit poll samplings the companies that do that will only be covering 31 states instead and those states are known to be breaking mostly for Obama. So this means that throughout today the exit polling should show Obama mopping up the floor with Romney in a deliberately created false image of the nation's election returns.
Look, I am beyond jaded where the leftwing bias of the bulk of this nation's media outlets are concerned and so this really doesn't both me. I just thought that TPFers should receive a heads-up on this latest collusion effort between the pro-Obama press and his campaign staff and those polling companies. So it goes.
The democrats and their sycophantic media groupies will do anything they can to cheat this election. It's evil.
[Shrug] Yes, well, it's human nature to seek out a political advantage. My problem is that there once was a mythical creature called journalistic ethics that no longer seems to exist [if it ever really did] . . . and that's sad for this nation. My other problem is that leftwingers keep portraying themselves as being on the side of the angels without bothering to point out that there are angels in both heaven and in hell. Heh.
Obama Campaign to Supporters: Don’t Panic Over Early Exit Polls
In a conference call this afternoon, President Barack Obama’s re-election campaign had one central message for their supporters when Election Day arrives tomorrow: They should “keep calm,” even if they hear snippets of information favoring Republican Mitt Romney.
Yeah and the chances are excellent that as it gets much later in the evening that real voting returns will outpace those bogus exit poll samplings from predominantly pro-Obama states and start showing Romney rapidly overtaking Obama. That's when leftwingers ARE going to start panicking. Sweet!
How the exit polling is being manipulated? Yeah. But I'm not all that worried either to tell you the truth. In fact I probably won't stay up late enough tonight to know how the election turns out one way or the other. Instead, I'll discover the winner's identity tomorrow morning.