The New York Times Promotes Data Suggesting Trump / Sanders Are #3 Presidential Picks – Check The Methodology, Seem Sketchy To You?

By Don Light  @Pros4Trump

“I don’t think we’re in Kansas anymore, Toto”. Welcome to George Orwell’s ‘1984’, Dorothy. Check this out: The New York Times is promoting the idea that anti-Establishment candidates Donald Trump and Bernie Sanders are the #3 Presidential picks in their respective parties for the 2016 Presidential race; trouble is, this assertion is based on EXTREMELY sketchy data. See for yourself via link, below. For example, one of the categories they are using to pick the “winner” of the Presidential race is “money raised”. Now we all know that Trump is funding his own campaign, so of course, he comes in dead last in this particular category behind all the other GOP candidates, at #12, which causes him to plummet below other, lesser candidates. Who cares that he is #1 in the Iowa and N.H. polls?

Seems to me like this is just another example of the MSM doing all they can to promote candidates on both sides of the aisle who will ensure “business as usual” continues in DC if elected to the Presidency in 2016 (Hillary Clinton / Jeb Bush). Notice that this same shady methodology places Bernie Sanders under BIDEN (who they describe as “unannounced”). To present the information in this way appears to be yet another attempt on mainstream media’s part to mislead the public with faulty methodology by illustrating Trump and Sanders supposed #3 positions as Presidential candidates. Or perhaps even deliberate manipulation of data in an attempt to promote the idea that Trump / Sanders cannot possibly win their respective party nominations or the general election in 2016. Or both. Or, perhaps something even worse: The deliberate dissemination of Propaganda coordinated carefully by Establishment media designed to control the masses and ensure that anti-Establishment candidates like Trump and Sanders do not become the next POTUS in 2016. Ya think?

-Don Light / Founder of MMD

****Who’s Winning the Presidential Campaign? History suggests that each party’s eventual nominee will emerge from 2015 in one of the top two or three positions, as measured by endorsements, fund-raising and polling….[see below link for the full story.]