TRUMP CHRONICLES: 2016 PRIMARY CAMPAIGN (APRIL 28) “D-RAT Talking Points Memo” E-dition“Politics At The Polls” E-dition

TODAY IS
TUESDAY, APRIL 28, 2020
ON TRUMP’S 1194th DAY IN OFFICE
WITH STILL NONE OF OBAMA AND HIS POLITICAL PERPS IN THE SLAMMER

image009THIS E-DITION HAS BEEN APPROVED FOR 2016 ELECTIONS RESEARCH BY THE PRESIDENTIAL HISTORICAL SOCIETY BECAUSE 2016 & 2017 TRUMP CHRONICLES WERE A POLITICAL PRECURSOR FOR TRUMP’S INEPT IMPEACHMENT IN 2019 AND THE BLOWER’S BREAKING NEWS COVERAGE IN 2020.image009Today In 2016, The Blower Featured This “Politics At The Polls” E-dition On The Date Of The Ohio Primary Election In 2016.

MARCH 15 POLITICS AT THE POLLS

TUESDAY, MARCH 15, 2015

It’s Déjà vu All Over Again

image004For the past several years, Charles Foster Kane had voted early by mail, but this year, our Beloved Whistleblower Publisher was glad he’d decided to save the 69-cents first-class postage so he could see how the fine folks at the Hamilton County Board of Elections had fixed all those mechanical problems Kneepad Liberals were whining about during the previous election. This year, the Competent Caucasian at the sign-in table knew what he was doing, unlike Sharisha and Lequetia at the next table. They chattered away the whole time Kane was inside the polling place, and you could really save a lot of time if you didn’t bother blackening in the rectangles next to the names of all those candidates running unopposed.

image005Last year, Kane said they should’ve moved his polling place from the church basement to the neighborhood nursing home. It would’ve smelled the same and the people who work at the polls wouldn’t have had so far to go. Usually, Republican poll workers gave out stickers Republican voters that said “I VOTED” and DemocRAT poll workers handed out stickers to the DemocRAT voters that said “I VOTED TWICE.” But last year on that first Tuesday in November, Precinct G in Anderson had run out of “I Voted” stickers. Precinct H didn’t even get any to begin with. They must have been expecting a really low turnout. Or maybe Hamilton County Party Boss Alex T., Mall Cop GOP was in charge of the planning. This year, we didn’t see a sticker in the whole place.

image005This year, everybody was trying to see how many Cruz and Rubio supporters were actually voting for Ohio Governor John Kasich in his effort to stop Donald Trump.image005

image005And on the Ides of March, Award-Winning Photo Illustrator Artis Conception showed us what might happen at the Republican Convention, if Kasich doesn’t get out of the race.image006

image005So what will the outcome be tonight of Ohio’s Republican Primary Election. You’ll know how that race turned out when you see which headline The Blower chooses for tomorrow’s Official “Ohio Election Results” E-dition: “Trump Wins” or “Fraud at the Polls.”image007 image009image003 image009