It’s less than seven weeks to the election. Nate Silver, regarded as America’s best pollster-statistician, the liberal guy who perfectly called the 2012 election, now says Donald Trump has virtually caught up with Hillary Clinton on a state-by-state, electoral college basis.
Trump has gone from a 3 per cent chance of winning just a few weeks ago, to a 43 per cent chance of winning now.
I don’t have a conspiracy theory. I’m just telling you my fear that Donald Trump could be killed. Because if Trump wins, a lot of people who have billions of dollars at stake will lose.
The Kingdom of Saudi Arabia cut a $25 million dollar cheque to the Clintons for their foundation. So did half of the corrupt Muslim dictatorships in the Persian Gulf. They were buying influence with the next president; they were making an investment that they expect to pay off.
What about actual terrorist groups? Hillary Clinton has met with Mohamed Morsi, the Muslim Brotherhood extremist who became the president of Egypt after the American ally, Hosni Mubarak, was toppled.
How about China? Or Iran.
And those are just foreign enemies. What about the bankers who have poured hundreds of millions of dollars into Clinton pockets over the years? Not just regular bankers, like Goldman Sachs. But what about banker-politicians, like George Soros?
So is this just wild speculation? Just scroll through Twitter or Facebook. Literally thousands of people saying, “assassinate Trump”. With impunity. Not just impunity — encouragement. From the mainstream media, from cultural and political leaders. By comparing him to Adolf Hitler. Not just in obscure magazines, but the Washington Post, the New York Times.
I hope I’m wrong. If Trump loses the election fair and square, great. If he wins, great — I hope he does. But I am truly worried about a transformative, populist leader being stopped by a bullet or a bomb.