July 30, 2016
We are winning so hard it’s like high speed car crash of winning.
Just the intensity of all these wins, all in a row.
Far-right Austrian Freedom Party (FPO) candidate Norbert Hofer has a four percent lead over his main rival according to early opinion polls, as he looks to win a repeat of the Austrian presidential election, which is due to be held in October.
Hofer received 52 percent of support from respondents, while his opponent, Alexander Van der Bellen, a Green-backed independent, got 48 percent, according to a Gallup poll, commissioned by the Oesterreich newspaper.
Van der Bellen defeated Hofer by a slender margin in the presidential run-off in May, after he had finished in second following the first round.
However, May’s election results were declared void in July, after Hofer’s party challenged the result of the presidential election won by Van der Bellen by a mere 0.6 percent, with claims of irregularities in the procedure of counting postal ballots.
He’s obviously going to win in the do-over, just like he won the first time when it was stolen from him.
This will be the first far-right leader in a Western European country since 1945.
Let that sink in for a moment.