CNN Falsely Claims Biden Won the Debate

The nerve of the Jews shall never cease to amaze the humble gentile.


Joe Biden did a better job in the final debate on Thursday, according to a CNN Instant Poll of debate watchers. Overall, 53% of voters who watched the debate said that Biden won the matchup, while 39% said that President Donald Trump did.

Viewers once again said that Biden’s criticisms of Trump were largely fair (73% said they were fair, 26% unfair), and they split over whether Trump’s attacks on Biden were fair (50% said yes, 49% no).

That’s a more positive outcome for Trump. In a CNN Instant Poll after the first presidential debate, just 28% said they thought the President had won the debate, and 67% called his criticism of Biden unfair.

All told, though, the debate did not do much to move impressions of either candidate. Favorable views of Biden before the debate stood at 55%, and they held steady at 56% in post-debate interviews. Likewise, Trump’s numbers held steady, with 42% saying they had a favorable view of the President in interviews conducted before Thursday’s debate and 41% saying the same afterward.

Women are once again shown to be traitors to the race.

Women were more likely than men to say that Biden did the better job in the debate (60% of women said Biden won, 35% Trump, while among men, 47% said Biden won, 44% said Trump did). Independents also largely felt Biden won (55% Biden to 36% Trump), as did moderates (56% Biden to 37% Trump) and White voters with college degrees (64% Biden to 29% Trump). Among those 65 and older — a group backing Biden in greater numbers than they did Hillary Clinton in 2016, according to most polls — the verdict was a split decision, with 46% saying Biden won, 43% Trump and 10% saying they both did equally well. Younger voters broadly saw Biden as the winner, 66%, to 27% for Trump among those under age 45.

They openly admit that women have completely different views than men, yet we’re also supposed to believe that saying women shouldn’t vote is a preposterous position.

Actually, the preposterous thing is for any single Republican to support women voting. In theory, they have to support women voting because if they say they’re against women voting then they’ll lose the small portion of women they do have – basically a hostage situation. Which is understandable. But in reality, Republicans are so stupid, that they say “women voting is our values, and it doesn’t matter if we lose, as long as we have our values.”

Frankly, if only 53% thought Biden won in a fake poll, that’s not great for them, and I’m in fact surprised they published it.

Obviously, it’s not a real poll. The last paragraph of the article explains in a way that I didn’t really understand that the people polled are part of some group that CNN put together, which explains why they felt comfortable calling them at 11 PM.

Can you imagine watching that, with that weird old man mumbling confusedly, his mouth gaping open, looking scared, and saying “oh yeah, uh huh – he’s sharp. That guy right there – he’s on the ball”?

I can believe women would say that, but if a man said it, he’s lying.

Both men and women now feel threatened by masculinity, and a confused old man mumbling and shuffling, speaking incoherently, comforts them. Looking at the actual agenda he represents and what it means for their lives would mean “facing reality,” which is something they aren’t going to do until it kicks in their door at 3AM screaming “BLACK LIVES MATTER, MOTHERFUCKER!” and no one answers when they call 911.

But Trump danced the boomer jig this time around. He did “Nice Guy Trump” and came across very well, if you’re into that genre of Trump.

I’d like to see a real poll. But we never will.

Not until November 3. Then we get the real poll.

Let’s just pray Trump has the nerve to declare victory on election night.