"I'll keep you in suspense"

Thursday October 20, 2016

I watched the final debate as Trump tried to control his behavior and stifle his nervous sniffles - but underneath it all the real Trump waits for the time he will show whatever his true agenda is. Moderator Chris Wallace met the challenge in keeping the candidates focused on substantive issues. Going in we already knew where the candidates stood on most issues though Trump has vacillated on his plans to Make America Great Again - and no Hillary - it's not great here depending on who you ask. It's layers of endless corruption camouflaged through the centuries and now coming to the fore.

"I will keep you in suspense" defines our reality and may be the words Donald Trump will best be remembered for as spoken at the end of the third and final debate last night, after all he is an entertainer. That remark was his response to whether he will accept the election results if he loses. Of course he won't and will say it was rigged ... but by who and to what end Donald? The American people need to know as we have all become conspiracy buffs. Trump seems to be one of the catalysts set in place to expose the truth.

His words feel like the prime directive in our reality to keep players (souls) engaged. But alas change in the dynamic of the algorithm is creating the end. On some level we all feel Trump - in his crazy way - might be the person to bring it. At 70 Trump has achieved most things on his bucket list so what does he have to lose in trying to take down a corrupt system. His voters can easily rebel when he loses and the country faces four more years of the same old same old run by the Clinton Machine and whoever backs them. Isn't a part of you rooting for Trump to take them down? I know ... You're worried about collateral damage.

Trump thumbed his nose at pretty much every known political tradition during this wacky campaign, so should we be surprised that he refused to say whether he'll accept the election results if he loses? Wednesday night Republicans were horrified and many scared as we know he is going to lose. So who takes the fall with him and what is he planning next? He would definitely take it to media buying a station of his own and continuing the fight which could cause riots and all sorts of chaos across the country. Actually the thought of four years of Hillary will probably have the same effect.

Hillary won all three debates and is on track to win the election. Will Trump change his mind and concede the election and recognize her as the winner on November 8-9? Will he buy a media station and continue on? So it seems as many will support his efforts.

It's not so much the election that's rigged - it's the system.

Is the US election really rigged?   BBC - October 20, 2016
1. Voter fraud
2. Dead people generally vote for Democrats
3. People are bussed in to vote several times
4. 'Stolen' votes

  US election 2016: What happens if Trump refuses to accept defeat?   BBC - October 20, 2016
Trump's options are limited. As with Al Gore, if the result is too close to call he will have the legal right to contest the outcome and demand a recount.
If he believes that electoral fraud has taken place, he can issue lawsuits against officials in any of the states suspected of wrongdoing.
In the event that Hillary wins with an overwhelming majority, Trump can refuse to accept the loss but there is nothing he can do to change the outcome.


Along with this we have WikiLeaks trying to take down the system while those in power try to stop Julian Assange by cutting his internet access - another global conspiracy. Was this accomplished through blackmail? brokering a deal? threats? something else? Are Russian hackers assisting? Aren't you rooting for Assange to reveal everything about the Clintons and more? Why isn't it all online by now? Do you still wonder why many foreign countries hate Americans and want to see us fail? Is anything safe these days? Apparently not. So many conflicting agendas ...

24 hours later at the Al Smith Dinner

  Al Smith dinner: Most memorable lines from Trump, Clinton   CNN - October 20, 2016
Both candidates attended the Alfred E. Smith Memorial Foundation Dinner in New York last night, an election-year tradition that lets the nominees blow off steam and poke fun at each other while raising money for charity. Anyone hoping for cooler heads at the charity dinner was likely disappointed, as Trump delivered some cutting lines on Clinton at times earning boos from the audience. Here's a look at the most memorable and funny lines from the dinner ...

  US election: Clinton and Trump trade barbs at Al Smith dinner   BBC - October 22, 2016

Some of Hillary's jokes...
"I've had to listen to Donald Trump for three full debatesÉ I have now stood next to Donald Trump longer than any of his campaign managers."
"After listening to your speech, I will enjoy hearing [his running mate] Mike Pence deny that you ever gave it."
"I'm so flattered Donald thought I used some kind of performance enhancer [before the debate]. I did. It's called preparation."
"He [Mr Trump] actually sent a car for me tonight. Actually, it was a hearse."

Some off Trump's
"Last night, I called Hillary a nasty woman, but this stuff is all relative. After listening to Hillary rattle on and on and on, I don't think so badly of Rosie O'Donnell anymore."
"Now I'm told Hillary went to confession before tonight's event, but the priest was having a hard time when he asked her about her sins, and she said she couldn't remember 39 times."

I admit to enjoying this rhetoric

  Keep your mind on the issues! How viewers were distracted by Fox business anchor's low-cut red dress as Trump was booed at Al Smith dinner   Daily Mail - October 22, 2016
Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump may have been the guests of honor at the Al E. Smith foundation dinner, but it was a Fox News anchor who stole the show. Fox Business anchor Maria Bartiromo was seated just behind the podium at the televised event on Thursday night, and viewers were more than a little distracted by her red low-cut dress. While some complimented Bartiromo on her elegant elbow-length gloves, others - including male media personalities - were more than happy to discuss her cleavage.

Stand By Your Man with Melania Trump


He shall play his Trump Card but
will lose to the woman on the Hill.

You have to wonder if Trump's candidacy is implied somewhere in Nostradamus' Quatrains or in other Prophecies throughout the millennia. We used to follow these prophecies and try to adjust them to our timelines but when nothing happened - that we're aware of - on December 21, 2012 - we moved past that research - making our own predictions as we all have intuitive abilities. What would any of these prophets say today?