WASHINGTON, April 11, 2017 — Wow! All America loves Bernie Sanders and absolutely hates Mitch McConnell! At least those are the apparent results of a recent poll by some “non-partisan” polling outfit known as “The Morning Consult.”
The problem is, Morning Consult is now labeled by several sources as “the official polling partner of POLITICO, Vox, Fortune and Bloomberg News,” all of which (with the occasional exception of Fortune) are solidly left-wing biased members in good standing of the Democrats’ rolling media machine. None of these outfits is going to run any poll that goes against their far-left editorial policies, a fact certainly in evidence in the most recent national election.
No clear statement of polling methodology appears on the Morning Consult website. But we do learn that this latest poll has a YUGE margin of error, plus or minus 6 percent.
As readers and fans of unbiased news sources (if indeed any remain) already know, most polls are based on rigged demographics that consistently oversample Democrat voters over Republicans. That’s why nearly all major polls were either wrong or badly wrong when they consistently predicted a Hillary Clinton landslide last fall, when precisely the opposite occurred when the electoral votes were counted.
The polls were, in fact, spectacularly wrong last fall, contributing to the glut of election year “fake news.” Indeed, much of this fake news was predicated on these arguably “fake polls.” And that’s the context we have to consider when taking a look at this latest bit of fake news, which, interestingly enough, appears in Newsweek just a day after Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell showed some serious spine, taking a page from “Dirty Harry” Reid’s book.
By deploying the so-called “nuclear option,” leading his party (and three brave Democrats) to resoundingly approve Neil Gorsuch as the Supreme Court’s newest judge, an act that will hopefully restore proper balance to the nation’s highest court. As a result, “Bang!” McConnell is now allegedly the most poorly regarded popular politicians ever, particularly when compared to the winner: Bernie Sanders, of course.
It’s all pretty funny really. Fake media depends on fake polls to create fake stories to undercut a real Conservative Republican victory as that party tries to wrest America back from eight years of Barack Obama’s “fundamental transformation” of America.