Thursday, December 8, 2016

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If the first presidential debate were baseball then Hillary Clinton should be Pete Rose. She had some good hits, but should be banned for life.

After the first debate, there was a general consensus that Hillary did a really good job and was on her “A” game, but was it because she cheated?

The evidence proves that Hillary had some help on Monday night, but how much is the real question.

We already know that her podium was built in a way that gave the visual impression they were of similar size and stature.

We also know that Donald Trump was fact checked six times by moderator Lester Holt, while Clinton wasn’t fact checked once.

On top of the fact checking, Lester Holt didn’t even ask Hillary a follow-up question, but again asked Trump six follow-ups.

The cheating claims go much deeper than tough questions and podium sizes though.

A Fox News journalist in the Clinton reporter pool noticed something very weird the week before the debate. The journalist identified an NBC staffer delivering a package to Clinton’s campaign manager.

Not too weird right? What if I told you the NBC staffer was dressed in a Fed Ex delivery costume and when the Fox reporter asked about the unusual scene, he was escorted off property. He never saw a Fed Ex truck.

It appears that the campaign received the debate questions early and possibly even worked out a deal with NBC earlier in the month for no follow-up questions.

Hillary had scripted answers for every question with facts and delivered well thought out responses. She also looked down at her notes continuously during her replies.

Now is where it gets even worse.

Some people are even claiming that Hillary gave Lester Holt hand signs when she had a zinger she wanted to deliver based on something Trump said.

She would signal Lester like a third base coach, letting the moderator know when she wanted to steal the show. Watch the video below to see her in action.

Hillary really did do a good job on Monday night, and her confidence and stage presence was possibly all because she cheated.

Another website found nine instances of cheating by Hillary. Despite evidence that she cheated during the debate, she won’t be banned from politics.

The FBI found evidence she broke the law in their investigation into her email, but didn’t arrest her. We doubt she will get in trouble for cheating during a debate.

Do you think Hillary Clinton cheated during the debate? Let us know in the comments below.

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If you missed the debate don’t worry, we have your back. Some say Donald won, others say Hillary won, but it isn’t as easy as that.

For the next few days we are going to be inundated with quotes from the debate and fact checking, but at the end of the day, both candidates did a good job.

Hillary didn’t lose her cool and kept pushing Donald to defend parts of his record and it worked out well for her. It also helps she didn’t have a coughing attack.

Trump didn’t mess up like everyone thought. He was defensive when Hillary pushed him a couple of times, but he also called out her lies a few times in epic fashion.

If you want to see the top highlights from the 90 minute debate in less than seven minutes, then watch this video.

They each got some good jabs in.

Hillary hitting Trump hard about his “racist birther” pursuit and Trump hit back equally as hard calling Hillary’s email scandal not a mistake, but intentional.

At the end of the night, left leaning polls had Hillary winning and right leaning polls had Donald Trump winning.

The debate was essentially a tie. Both candidates are going to have to answer for some inaccuracies over the next few days, but nothing was said that would cause either one to pull away in the polls.

Trump was rather polite and Hillary looked healthy so the debate didn’t go as most expected but both candidates should be happy with their performances today.

How do you think they did? Who won? Let us know in the comments below.

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