The Council on American-Islamic Relations, a Muslim Brotherhood front group posing as a “civil rights” organization, recently reported the results of a national opinion survey it sponsored on the presidential election.
Not surprisingly, CAIR’s poll showed 70 percent of registered Muslim voters intend to cast their ballot for Hilary Clinton.
While there is no evidence to suggest the poll by CAIR, which is actually an offshoot of the terrorist organization Hamas, was conducted scientifically, I wouldn’t dispute the likelihood of its accuracy.
In addition, another NBC News poll of so-called “LGBT” voters shows some 63 percent favoring Hillary Clinton with only 15 percent for Donald Trump.
I can’t find any polls of how atheists plan to vote in 2016, but I suspect most will go for Hillary.
All the pro-abortion groups in America are supporting Hillary, so it would be safe to assume she will do well among those who believe killing one’s unborn child is a sacred, inalienable human right.
Those who believe, like Hillary, that evangelicals and Roman Catholics are particularly “backward” in their thinking are presumably more likely to support her.
Those who think Israel represents the biggest stumbling block to peace in the world will no doubt cast their votes in large majorities for Clinton.
I don’t have any polls to show it, but I strongly suspect that those who believe police departments are inherently racist will also go for Hillary.
There will no doubt be a number of votes cast illegally this year. In fact, a key platform of the Democratic Party is total opposition to requirements for the presentation of any identification at the polls. Without question, this position is about one thing – making organized voter fraud easier. Now whom do you suppose those illegal, fraudulent votes will favor?
How about those who are getting some form of government support – be they corporate titans or single mothers on welfare? Who are they going to be voting for?
What’s my point here?
I have a few.
For one thing, Hillary Clinton seems to have pulled together a coalition of, shall we say kindly, “non-traditional” voters?
- people on the government dole
- illegal voters
- cop haters
- those who detest the military
- Jew haters
- Christian bashers
- those who sacrifice children to the god of convenience
- leftist ideologues
- God deniers
- gender benders
It’s an odd mix, you have to admit. It’s hard to imagine a future of peaceful coexistence between some of these groups, let alone self-governance.
And maybe that’s just the point. Do you think Hillary Clinton believes in self-governance – the concept unique to the American constitutional system?
Then there’s the other side. Who is expected to support Trump in significant majorities?
- Orthodox and conservative Jews
- working men
- married men
- married women
- those who appreciate the sacrifice of military service
- those who appreciate the work policemen and policewomen do
- those who believe in free enterprise
- those who appreciate personal freedom
- those who revere the Constitution
- those who believe in God
- those who cherish life
That last group, by the way, was characterized intolerantly by Hillary Clinton as “a basket of deplorables.” Worse yet, she said they were “irredeemable.”
Now I would never make such a broad characterization of people groups. I don’t think anyone is “irredeemable” – not even Hillary Clinton. Like anyone else, all she would need to do would be to get on her knees and repent sincerely for her bitterness, pride, ruthlessness, arrogance and other trespasses.
But it’s certainly interesting that she doesn’t mind throwing stones while clearly living in a big glass menagerie of malcontents and drawing more than her share of support from some who could accurately and fairly called “deplorables.”
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