The 11-point lead for Hillary in WSJ-NBC poll sure looks like psy-ops

The NeverTrumps got a huge boost when the first poll out after the infamous bawdy tapes showed an 11 point lead for Hillary a month before the election. That is an insurmountable margin, we have been instructed. And barring a smoking gun Wikileaks revelation (it would have to be something really big, something on the order of video of Hillary biting the heads off kittens), it probably is.

The Mainstream media touted this poll endlessly.

Unless, of course, the poll was pure psy-ops. Which, thanks to some research by Sundance of Conservative Treehouse, it now strongly resembles.  The poll was the product of Hart Research Associates/Public Opinion Strategies, which it just so happens, is headed by

Mr. Geoff Garin, [who is] the President of Hart Research and Associates”, [and] is currently working as “a strategic adviser for Priorities USA in support of Hillary Clinton’s election

But, as Sundance writes, “it gets better.”

Let’s take a look at the recent financial connection between, Geoff Garin, Hart Research Associates and Hillary Clinton’s Priorities USA Super-PAC.

For that information we turn to FEC filings -HERE-.  What do they indicate?

On Page #118 of the September 2016 (most recent) filing we find a payment for $178,500 (screen grab above)

On Page #92 of the same September 2016 (most recent) filing, we find another payment for $42,000 (screen grab below)

♦ $220,500.00 in the month of September alone paid by Hillary Clinton’s Priorities USA Super-PAC to Hart Research Associates.

♦ The President of Hart Research Associates, Geoff Garin, is working for Hillary Clinton’s campaign.

♦ NBC (S Burke) and The WSJ (Murdoch) contact Geoff Garin (Hart Research Associates) for the post-debate poll data they will use on the day following the debate.

♦ Hart Research Associates provides a small national poll sample (500) result, with skewed party internals, showing Hillary Clinton +11 points.


Having lived through the pre-election polling showing Romney had a chance to beat Obama, I hesitate to charge pollsters in general with bias toward Democrats. That said, polling is the product of the Infotainment industry, which overwhelmingly backs the Democrats.  And this poll, produced by a propaganda outfit, stinks.