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Friday, September 21, 2018

Darkstream: No "Blue Wave" in 2018



From the transcript of the Darkstream:

These diversity candidates that are very hard left are completely unappealing to white Democrats across the country. White Democrats are gradually beginning to wake up to the fact that their party has no use for them, that their party actually hates them and it's definitely not going to govern in their interest, and so if you look at if you look at what the media is trying to do, what they're trying to claim, it's very clear that their narrative is entirely false. In fact, it would not surprise me in the slightest if not only was there not a blue wave, it wouldn't surprise me in the slightest if Republicans considerably overperformed again, especially because we're starting to see the early indications of that. In Texas there was just a special election for Congress, it was a seat that's been held by Democrats for 139 years and it went for Hillary by something like 12 points, and it just went Republican.

Now can you imagine what would happen how the media would report it if a seat that had been Republican for 139 years, that Donald Trump had won by 12 points, suddenly turned Democrat? You know we'd be hearing, "oh this is this is absolute proof the blue wave is inevitable" and so forth, but where we actually have what may be reliable information, we actually have the actual evidence - it is scanty - but what there is actually indicates that if there is a wave, it's going to be in the Republican's favor, especially when you look at the generic party identification where the Republican identification has actually increased by a point and the Democratic identification has fallen by four points. That's a five-point swing right there,  and so you know when you look at the actual situation instead of the fake polls and the fake news pushed by the SJW media, you immediately see that the situation is not at all what they think it is. It's not at all what they claim it to be.

And so what people need to stop doing is stop paying attention to people who have reliably proved themselves to be unreliable. I can't tell you how many people on the blog say "oh I'm worried about this, I'm concerned about that." You know, you're actually working towards making what you fear happen. Why are you needlessly,  pointlessly, groundlessly demoralizing people when all the actual evidence is actually quite positive in the in the short-term political sense?

Somebody points out we were told down-ballot Republicans were all going to lose in 2016 and Trump would cause Republicans to lose Congress. Did that happen? No, the exact opposite happened and the same thing is going to be true in 2018. Look, I've been predicting a Trumpslide in 2020. There was not a Trumpslide in 2016, Trump won but it was relatively close. So how are we going to get from a narrow victory in 2016 to a Trumpslide in 2020 with Democrats over performing in 2018? That's not going to happen, but the Trumpslide is going to happen, and so I think that it is is very, very obvious that the media narrative is false and the Republican doomsayers are wrong again.

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48 Comments:

Blogger Dirk Manly September 21, 2018 8:21 AM  

It's all going to be glorious. But only if EVERYONE does their part -- get out and DEFEAT AS MANY DEMOCROOKS AS YOU CAN on election day.

Blogger Dirk Manly September 21, 2018 8:24 AM  

50.5%-49.5% wins are NOT good enough. They allow the left to characterize their loses as illegitimate results. We need 60%+ to 40%- wins in as many districts as possible, ACROSS THE COUNTRY.

And in post-election analysis, bring up, as often as possible, how this time, the dead and illegals were blocked from casting ballots, and other vote tempering schemes were much-reduced or eliminated, showing us an actual, TRUE vote, for the first time in a century.

Blogger Rick September 21, 2018 8:31 AM  

I think I get the blue wave strategy. They’re only chance is voter fraud. And they can cover that up with narrative that there has been a blue wave forming and the polls will say so.

Blogger Rick September 21, 2018 8:34 AM  

There will be a blue wave of Trump-Democrats pulling the lever for moar MAGA but can’t really say it out loud. Some are saying it out loud (like former smokers). But there are many that don’t feel the need to. I think a great many.

Blogger Mr.MantraMan September 21, 2018 8:41 AM  

This week the face of the D party is entitled white rich girls with a penchant for sadism. While the right is doing the usual tailgating trying to reason or find some reason with this issue I have to ask how does this affect the D party base outside of the obsolete white liberals? Think of the obsolete white liberals as the idiots who lock themselves in a cage with their pet male chimpanzee.

Blogger Weak September 21, 2018 8:46 AM  

Rick, that has ALWAYS been the strategy. That's been their playbook for 50+ years.

Anonymous Anonymous September 21, 2018 8:46 AM  

Blue Swirl. Also, Kavanaugh was throughly briefed about this scenario before he even accepted the non, and Trump saw it coming a mile away; they were expecting it. Kavanaugh won’t back down, that’s one reason why Trump picked him.

Blogger James Dixon September 21, 2018 8:50 AM  

> especially when you look at the generic party identification where the Republican identification has actually increased by a point and the Democratic identification has fallen by four points.

And 90% of those Republican identifiers support Trump. The Democrat identifiers? Their support is divided. The Dem's may pick up some seats in the house, but I don't think there's going to be any blue wave.

Blogger Unknown September 21, 2018 8:51 AM  

I expect a red tidal wave in November and a Trumpslide in 2020. My only nagging doubt is the unreliability of the weak, white female voter getting cold feet about Trump.

Blogger PR September 21, 2018 8:56 AM  

"Why are you needlessly, pointlessly, groundlessly demoralizing people...?"

Totally agree. What does the black pill accomplish? I think it's for weak minded people. In their own way I think they're putting the ability to say "See??!! I told you so" above actually winning anything. They're like vampires - trying to suck away our morale.

Win or lose, some things are still worth fighting for.

Blogger Rick September 21, 2018 9:08 AM  

Not so, Mr Weak. The strategies may look familiar, but voter machine tampering is a recent invention.

Blogger PragmaticTroll September 21, 2018 9:11 AM  

http://www.baltimoresun.com/news/maryland/harford/aegis/news/bs-md-moseley-20180920-story.html

Somewhat related - A black "transgender" woman shot and killed some people in a deranged fashion. Since it's not good for the narrative it is being buried.

Anonymous Anonymous September 21, 2018 9:21 AM  

Why are you needfully, pointedly, deservedly demoralizing Democrats, Cuckservatives, perverts, and freaks?

Just for shits n giggles?!


Oh, right.

Blogger Dirk Manly September 21, 2018 9:33 AM  

@11

"Not so, Mr Weak. The strategies may look familiar, but voter machine tampering is a recent invention."

Yeah, as recent as the invention of the voting machine. Going back to at least the 1950's. At that doesn't even count the earlier tactic of literal "ballot box stuffing" (since the Democrats made sure to control THE PRINTER'S UNION in every city and town across the country as soon as poassible).

Blogger Dirk Manly September 21, 2018 9:38 AM  

Rick, obtain yourself a copy of the book "Votescam: the Stealing of America!" by James and Kenneth Collier, first published in 1994.

Within 3 years of the first publishing run, both Collier brothers were dead, one under clearly suspicious circumstances, and the other one supposedly due to cancer.

Voter fraud has been going on for at least a century.

Blogger Seeingsights September 21, 2018 9:38 AM  

The Republicans could do even better if they come out strongly on two things: border wall and anti-war.
The reason they are not is that they are beholden to two factions of the Deep State: big business and the military industrial complex. Invite the world, invade the world.

Blogger Ron Winkleheimer September 21, 2018 9:40 AM  

I think that it is is very, very obvious that the media narrative is false and the Republican doomsayers are wrong again.

A lot of Republican doomsayers want the Democrats to take control of congress so that they can return to the former status quo, selling out the US middle-class for the benefit of globalist corporations. But that just ain't going to happen. Trump is a symptom, not a cause. I don't think you have to be a super genius like Vox to see that there is a profound political realignment happening in the West.

Blogger Dirk Manly September 21, 2018 9:41 AM  

@16

A no-war policy does NOT mean reduced arms procurement. The only way to assure to stay out of wars it so have such an intimidating military that EVERYBODY is afraid to cross your country, on any and every level, regardless of how minor.

Blogger Johnny September 21, 2018 9:44 AM  

>>if there is a wave, it's going to be in the Republican's favor,

I don't like being disappointed so I am not going to start expecting a wave yet, but if we get one it is not going to be Democrat. And wouldn't it be great. Trump would have the political license to give the swamp the hammering that it surely deserves.

That is what I have been thinking.

Anonymous Anonymous September 21, 2018 9:59 AM  

Trump’s second term will be glorious. He will go scorched earth.

Blogger Johnny September 21, 2018 10:04 AM  

Given current Democrat behavior, the expectation for some investors and perhaps a lot of other people is that if the Democrats get a majority in the house the government will get snarled up in an endless number of obstructive tactics, and that this would be a bad business all around. An opinion I agree with. And what would seem also to be true is that the stock market is starting to be a barometer for the election. Now that the Ford business is looking weaker the market is doing better.

Blogger cavalier973 September 21, 2018 10:05 AM  

When the female prog-leftists are saying things like, "Men should shut up and step up", and "I don't care if innocent men are accused of rape", they drive pitential allies away, hard. And not just the men. These cat lady harridans seem not to know that a lot of women were able to actually get and keep a man, and live in a loving, permanent, covenental relationship. This latter group of women don't want their own men to be falsely accused of rape and so are not sympathetic to Chrissy Ford. CNN just had a panel of five Republican women, and they said they believed Kavanaugh.

Blogger The Depolrable Podunk Ken Ramsey September 21, 2018 10:31 AM  

Unknown wrote:I expect a red tidal wave in November and a Trumpslide in 2020. My only nagging doubt is the unreliability of the weak, white female voter getting cold feet about Trump.

Remember the Trump Tape with "they let you grab them by the pussy"? Even with such a devastating October Surprise, white women stuck with Trump in 2016 and voted for him in the majority. And Daddy Trump is much more known with certainty (security) as a political leader today than he was as a newcomer in 2016.

If it didn't work with white girls then, why would it work now? Dems are only preaching to the converted and sowing chaos by continuing with these failed tactics of dividing women. They may have hit a point of diminishing returns, too, via the sheer exhaustion with 100% 24/7 TDS for two years running.

Blogger pdwalker September 21, 2018 10:51 AM  

If you're ever feeling down about the GEDJT, just go to twitter and read Bill Mitchell (@mitchellvii).

He's unfailingly optimistic.

Blogger Attila is my bro September 21, 2018 10:55 AM  

@Dirk Manley
>>A no-war policy does NOT mean reduced arms procurement.

Of course it does! Active war means inventory churn. Unlike uniforms, rifles and tanks, ordinance can only be used once. And it don't get replaced much in peacetime.

Blogger Stg58/Animal Mother September 21, 2018 11:11 AM  

Unless training is non stop. I've read lots of complaints about lack of training hours for pilots, artillery units being neglected, etc.

Blogger Rick September 21, 2018 11:14 AM  

I’m taking about scale. And electronic voting machines. Multiple millions of votes - done simultaneously everywhere. Not cramming a handful of paper ballots in a wooden box or bankrolling a dozen buses of fake voters. Those only work here and there and require enormous amount of manpower for no where near the results compared to (in theory) widespread electronic manipulation.

Blogger justaguy September 21, 2018 11:48 AM  

I don't know if there will be a red wave or a blue wave? I have only a small local area of personal knowledge and I don't trust any media, pollster, or celebrity expert to take their opinion. I do know that each Congressional district is fought within itself based on the demographics of the district and the appeal of the candidates to the masses.

With the mess made of every district, depending on who has control of the state legislature after each census, the districts are very mixed up from trying to dilute or solidify some group. We tend to vote tribally, and if there are two of the same tribe, then other differences matter (in general). So with most illegals being registered to vote and over 60+million immigrants that were not here when I grew up dispersed around-- I honestly can't tell and do not know how anyone can how most districts will vote. The Ds still find swing candidates (fake look alike Rs) for swing districts and only have crazy types for their safe districts.

In 1994 Gingrich nationalized the Congressional election and won, in 2006 Nancy nationalized them again against the war and corruption and won. I don't see us nationalizing the election of 2018-- it is not as if Trump is saying vote for R's so I can get a wall and immigration reform. 2016 was nationalized are all presidential elections. The flight 93 election idea seemed to take root. It seems to me that voting is a test of the market of public mood and opinion. I see 2016 as a very narrow victory because Trump outworked the worst presidential candidate of my lifetime (112K votes made the difference in three states out of 12 million.) So I get very little data from the election—but I enjoyed the tears of the libs on TV.

Being of my generation and several SD up, I really don't understand the motivations of gen z, the new immigrants etc. and as such can only place broad assumptions about their goals. However, even the generation I know, my generation (BB), is split, but at least a majority voted for Trump and the Rs as they have since the 80s. I think the R are now getting most of Gen Xs and GenYs, at least most of the white ones. The Millennials are a toss-up with the increased minorities generally going overwhelmingly to the Ds. So R either get a bigger slice of the whites or more of the traditional Ds.

Hopefully the economy and Trump can pull enough of Hispanic and Black vote away from D to keep the house and gain a few seats in the senate. Just 3-4 seats in senate will likely mean that Trump can get his agenda through even with the gals (Maine and Alaska)and the likely to come Cindy McCain (who could replace the temp stand-in after the governor's re-election). I think he should pound immigration some more asking for more Rs for his agenda.

Blogger Jack Amok September 21, 2018 11:59 AM  

The only thing I've ever been concerned about is Republicans not doing the jobs we put them in place to do. The single biggest morale sapper is winning, only to find out you were a sucker supporting a cuck or a traitor.

That's why Trump is such an invigorating, galvanizing force. He doesn't do that, and he's - proof of miracles? - gotten a good chunk of the GOP out of that habit too. And I'm sure the Democrat's lunatic explosion helps there too - the dumb old cucks in the GOPe may have gotten a glimpse of the Dems new faces and realized how little use Somalis, Feminists and commie La Raza's would have for them.

Ultimately two things are true, and everything else is noise and gyrations around the arc events are taking. One, the alt-right is inevitable as Vox says, and two, even so, we have a lot of ruin still to work out way through.

We win in the end, of that I am confident. The only question is how long it will take and how much pain and loss is required of us. The faster and harder we win, the less the price we ultimately pay.

I just want us to win harder!

Blogger DonReynolds September 21, 2018 12:11 PM  

The key mistake the Leftist Liberals make is the same mistake the homosexuals make and the same mistake Hispanics and blacks make and the same mistake the Muslims make....they let the extremist militants do all the talking. So what gets aired in the Media is NOT the sentiments of any sort of consensus or common view of those who belong to these identity groups, but only the lunatic fringe.

I do not doubt that there are some NeoNazis and KKK members (and Communists) who vote Republican in every election, but the Republican party does not have them as spokesmen for the party position or any policies of the party. The only extremist militants who speak in public on behalf of Republicans these days are the NeverTrumpers, who are still butt-hurt over the last election and have been excluded from the usual round of patronage appointments.

This means there will be NO Blue Wave in the next two months because the voting public is not going to support militant extremists (not even the fake ones, running as socialist democrats). Most especially, as long as the Democrat party continues to aggressively support every identity group, except the working class and the middle class, then they will be stuck with trying to win elections with a disciplined coalition of tiny constituencies that do not like each other....at all. That is the Utopian dream, that all the minority groups will combine to overthrow the white working class and middle class voters. Good luck with that. (snicker)

Blogger Jack Amok September 21, 2018 12:16 PM  

I don't see us nationalizing the election of 2018

The Donks are nationalizing it for us, making it the Anti-Trump election. I expect it to backfire badly for them. They overestimate how disliked Trump is, and are blind to how unappealing and downright frightening the new face of their own party is.

Blogger DonReynolds September 21, 2018 12:22 PM  

Excellent summary, Jack.

Blogger Gettimothy September 21, 2018 12:42 PM  

From your post to God`s ears to Newt`s mouth to 8chan to q to you.

https://8ch.net/patriotsfight/res/62.html#278

Blogger Gettimothy September 21, 2018 12:47 PM  

Off topic, but the "zero delta" is a great comic book series title [(;)

Blogger IGnatius T Foobar September 21, 2018 1:05 PM  

Democrats cheat. This is irrefutable objective fact. Thus, elections which should have been squeakers for the Republicans come out as defeats, and elections which should have been landslides come out as squeakers.

2016 was a landslide if you discount the fraudulent votes.

Blogger Dirk Manly September 21, 2018 2:24 PM  

@22

"When the female prog-leftists are saying things like, "Men should shut up and step up", and "I don't care if innocent men are accused of rape","

Very few females have EVER cared if an innocent man is accused of rape.

Otherwise, they wouldn't use "I'll scream rape!" as a tool to coerce a man into either doing something wrong, or to prevent him from doing what's right.

Blogger Dirk Manly September 21, 2018 2:26 PM  

@23

"Remember the Trump Tape with "they let you grab them by the pussy"? Even with such a devastating October Surprise, white women stuck with Trump in 2016 and voted for him in the majority."

Because the majority of women know it's true... if they had the opportunity to be grabbed ANYWHERE by a multi-billionaire, they wouldn't just let it happen, they would be doing their utmost to encourage it.

Blogger Dirk Manly September 21, 2018 2:33 PM  

@27

"I’m taking about scale. And electronic voting machines. Multiple millions of votes - done simultaneously everywhere. Not cramming a handful of paper ballots in a wooden box or bankrolling a dozen buses of fake voters. Those only work here and there and require enormous amount of manpower for no where near the results compared to (in theory) widespread electronic manipulation."

You don't think that poll-workers fiddling with the old lever-and-rotor counting machines, by dialing, say, a Democrat's hundreds rotor to the 3 position, which has been painted over with a 0, and the Republican's rotor to the "7" position (i.e. -3), also painted over with a zero.... and saying "look, all the rotors are zeroed out....

...And this act repeated in every precinct of the nation doesn't have the same effect?

Because believe me, that sort of wide scale chicanery DID happen in the 1950's through 70's.

And we've already seen that the Democratic Party is nothing more than a RICO crime syndicate...and has been for decades.

Blogger Dirk Manly September 21, 2018 2:36 PM  

@28

"I don't see us nationalizing the election of 2018-- it is not as if Trump is saying vote for R's so I can get a wall and immigration reform."

Have you even watched on of Trump's rallies of late? They're ALL on youtube.

Just because the press isn't reporting what Trump is saying (apparently they've learned that lesson), doesn't mean he isn't saying it. Expect heavy commercial saturation starting around mid-October.

Blogger DougW September 21, 2018 2:47 PM  

Watching the news unfold today, and Vox, while I'm hoping you're correct, I DO see one way to create a "false" blue wave: if the GOP Senate abandons Kavanaugh, well, I see that as a major morale killer for GOP (and GOP-ish) voters.

Blogger tz September 21, 2018 2:48 PM  

Glenn Greenwald explains that Michael Moore sort of gets the problem

And if you read the article (I'm not sure if I should actually see the movie), you will see that they understand the problem but are helpless to fix it.

Moore discusses and notes he also predicted Trump would win and although some of the details are wrong and he clearly hates Trump, he understands some of the why the Democrats lost.

The film will be seen as a Trump Hatefest, not a diagnosis of the Democrat's problems in some way that will cause them to stop losing.

Put simply, the Democrats have to address the concerns of real Americans in flyover country, not hector them, try to take their guns, not insult them as racist sexist red-necks, but their identity politics won't let them. Trump and his part of the GOP have and are talking to the ordinary people where it matters. Even the minorities don't care about gun control, and don't take the scary racist tropes seriously.

Blogger Damelon Brinn September 21, 2018 3:29 PM  

Moore is a leftist jackass, but he must have spent some time around real Americans when he was making his early films like "Roger & Me." Compared to most on the left, especially the media/Hollywood elites, that makes him the one-eyed man in the land of the blind when it comes to knowing how Americans work.

Blogger Dirk Manly September 21, 2018 3:39 PM  

@42

"Moore is a leftist jackass, but he must have spent some time around real Americans when he was making his early films like "Roger & Me." Compared to most on the left, especially the media/Hollywood elites, that makes him the one-eyed man in the land of the blind when it comes to knowing how Americans work."

Moore grew up in Flint, Michigan.
Flint is like 98% blue-collar.
Surrounded by farmland.

VERY, VERY, VERY few white collar and professional people live in, or even near Flint, MI.

Blogger Tars Tarkas September 21, 2018 4:18 PM  

Speaking of Candice Owens....
Diamond and Silk are even worse. I saw some of their videos very early on and their old stuff was still up. They were BLM advocates saying Michael Brown was flat out murdered by racist cops. The lip-smacking and loud obnoxiousness were absent as well.
Then, the Cuckservatives started seeing and them and paying them to act like retards and they take the money and laugh all the way to the bank. SHIT, these women got to talk directly to Congress!
You can't blame them for cooning, but you can blame the Cucks giving them tens of thousands of dollars a month.

Any black woman who can repeat GOP talking points has a 6 figure gig waiting for them. GOPe types are so desperate to prove they are not racist that they will throw money at anyone who can ease their racial anxieties.

Blogger James Dixon September 21, 2018 4:42 PM  

> Glenn Greenwald explains that Michael Moore sort of gets the problem

Sort of, as does Glenn. But not completely. Let me quote:

"We meet the teachers who led the inspiring state-wide strike, some of whom are paid so little that they are on food stamps."

The average salary for a teacher in West Virginia? Let's get it from a source that's guaranteed to make it sound as bad as possible, the Washington Post: https://www.washingtonpost.com/news/politics/wp/2018/03/02/how-striking-west-virginia-teachers-salaries-compare-to-teachers-in-other-states/

They say $45,240. The average household income in West Virginia in 2016? https://www.deptofnumbers.com/income/west-virginia/ claims the census figures say $43,385. The St. Louis Federal Reserve at https://fred.stlouisfed.org/series/MEHOINUSWVA672N says $45,308.

The average teacher in WV earns slightly more or almost the same as your average worker in the state. They're not on food stamps.

You get the idea. Even in something as simple as this, they can't help lying. It discredits everything they say or do.

Blogger James Dixon September 21, 2018 4:57 PM  

Oh, and the starting teacher salary in WV, just in case people think the average is misleading? From their union's own site, http://www.wvea.org/content/goal-set-starting-teacher-salaries-west-virginia

$31,000. That's for the person, not the family. As everyone here knows most families are dual income at this point. If you're a starting teacher with a family of four with no one else in the household earning income, you *might* qualify for food stamps, but that's what it would take.

Blogger tz September 21, 2018 9:27 PM  

And WV's taxes come from coal, which causes a squeeze. Obama destroyed the economy, so no taxes from which to pay teachers. Yes, teachers are suffering, but you can't get blood out of a stone that remains in the ground.

That is where Moore won't take the next logical step - Obama destroyed WV's marginal prosperity, so there was no money for anything including Teachers.

Blogger Dirk Manly September 22, 2018 7:54 AM  

Heaven forbid that Moore, or any other lefty, hold a Democrat responsible for the bad things that happen from implementing lefty policies.

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