When the official history of the 2016 elections is written it may well be that the turning point will be Hillary Clinton’s incredibly stupid foray into smearing millions of Americans as neo-Nazis, racists, bigots and knuckle-draggers. Riding high after a big post-convention bounce – which was largely aided by the orchestrated Khizr Khan media ambush – Team Hillary decided to venture into demagoguery and conspiracy mongering with a bizarre decision to give a big speech about the unorganized and indefinable “Alt-Right who she accused of being a fifth column of Russian leader Vladimir Putin.

The decision to go back to the future may well mean a return to 2008 when Mrs. Clinton was rudely rejected by her own party in a humiliating loss to an obscure former community organizer from Chicago. It’s been all downhill ever since and the descent began picking up speed last weekend when the queen of the bitches regaled the liberal high-rollers at a posh liberal LGBT fundraiser by calling Trump supporters – a “basket of deplorables” which even she soon realized was a yuuuge mistake. Little did she know that she had inadvertently given her enemy the very knife that they could use to gut her like a sow come November 8th as not only did she insult millions but also gave them a rallying cry as they will be looking to stop the Clinton restoration dead in it’s tracks.

Not only is Hillary losing ground in most of the rigged polls but the really bad news is that she is in deep shit in the all-important Electoral College tally as well.

Reuters is reporting “Race tightens in projected U.S. Electoral College vote: Reuters/Ipsos”:

An election analysis conducted in the Reuters/Ipsos States of the Nation project shows that the race has tightened considerably over the past few weeks, with Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump projected to win Florida, an essential battleground state, if the election were held today.

The project, which is based on a weekly tracking poll of more than 15,000 Americans, shows that the 2016 presidential race could end in a photo finish on Nov. 8, with the major-party candidates running nearly even in the Electoral College, the body that ultimately selects the president.

The States of the Nation project, which delivers a weekly tally of support for the candidates in every state, shows that the race has tightened in several traditional battlegrounds. Pennsylvania has been moved from a likely win for Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton to a tossup; Ohio has been moved from a tossup to a likely win for Clinton. And Florida is now considered a likely win for the Republican nominee, with 50 percent support for Trump to 46 percent support for Clinton.

If the election were held today, the project estimates that Clinton has a 60 percent chance of winning by 18 electoral votes. Last week, the project estimated that Clinton had a 83 percent chance of winning the election.

The news that sick Hillary is now in peril in Florida is an ominous development indeed. The Sunshine State was a hotbed of Tea Party sentiment during the great “shellacking” in the 2010 mid-terms and Mrs. Clinton’s gift of labeling supporters of her opponent as “deplorables” may have been the trigger for something much larger and badder than the Tea Party. One of the great Tea Party failings is that it was quickly co-opted by establishment Republicans like longtime insider Dick Armey and others including the now disgraced Glenn Beck whose motivations were less about revolution against the corrupt elite than in lining their own pockets.

This time it’s going to be different. Trump strode onstage at a Friday campaign stop on Marco Rubio’s turf in Miami to thunderous applause and a musical intro from “Les Misérables” – there was also a banner strewn in front of the podium that read “Les Deplorables” all thanks to Hillary.

Whether Clinton goes on to steal win the election it’s already clear that a new and emboldened band of freedom fighters are going to take their revolution directly to the palace.

Now may be a wise time to invest in guillotine futures.

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