We have arrived at the final three months of the race. Despite this relentless bombardment of heart break and hard truths, the media and the left still cannot fathom how an outspoken and politically inexperienced Donald Trump with a penniless campaign fund remains deadlocked in a race with feminist savior Hillary Clinton.
This is the truth about your Presidential candidates:
During an election involving the high emotions of a scared and downtrodden populace, she loses. The DNC could not have rigged a poorer candidate to combat the Republican nominee.
Emotional Intelligence (EI) is a common topic in college business classes.
It is commonly defined as the capacity to be aware of, control, and express one's emotions, and to handle interpersonal relationships judiciously and empathetically.
t is almost always perceived positively as a skill that serves the greater good. This perception is false.
A series of studies has suggested that EI can be used for bad as well as good, and that those who rose to dominate difficult group scenarios (i.e. exhibited natural leadership tendencies) were also the most deceptive.
From Psychology Today:
“In a comprehensive review of the dark side of emotional intelligence, Dr. Martin Kildare, Chair of Organizational Behavior at University College London, noted that emotionally intelligent people ‘intentionally shape their emotions to fabricate favorable impressions of themselves (…)"
"The strategic disguise of one’s own emotions and the manipulation of others’ emotions for strategic ends are behaviors evident not only on Shakespeare’s stage but also in the offices and corridors where power and influence are traded.’”
This is where Clinton falters. Although a master of ruthless deception, she is not a good liar.
She cannot see herself as others see her.
Unable to understand how absolutely phony she appears, Hillary will pander to Hispanics as her DNC election-rigging cronies refer to that voter base as the “Taco Bowl Engagement.”
The apparency of her lies and corruption is only magnified by a myriad of questionable actions during her reign as Secretary of State, all leaving a trail like the residual slime from a very large slug.
It begs people to ask the question of, “If these scandals are nothing but smoke and mirrors, why do they never die?”
Trump, by comparison, knows how to attenuate his detractors while controlling the emotions of his electorate.
He affirms their fears, and positions himself as both the only person who recognizes the obvious and the only one who can save them.
While the Democrats scream statistics on an improved economy and lower unemployment, they fail to account for a key facet of those statistics: they largely only benefit the top 1%.
The unemployment rate may be lower. However, is that employment meaningful?
The loss of manufacturing capability and the transition of our economy to the service-sector almost guarantees the bulk of that employment improvement is people working minimum wage jobs at McDonalds and Walmart.
Sure, you’re employed, but you still don’t have a pot to piss in.
The average retail employee could give two shits about how high or low the Dow Jones is, either way the American Dream does not exist for them.
In a hyper-politically correct narrative, this simple acknowledgement is where Trump gains his support.
Who are Donald Trump’s biggest supporters? NBC and CNN.
And how does he continue to campaign so well despite his widely reported financial deficits? The media cannot stop talking about him.
He is acutely aware that one Twitter rampage or indecent statement results in millions of dollars of free advertising on all platforms.
The irony is that the big media giants are whores. Record profits and ratings are higher on their list than inadvertently promoting a candidate they despise.
The Democratic Convention was hailed as being upbeat and optimistic compared to the Republican Convention. This is a losing tactic on the part of the DNC, which does nothing but reaffirm the ignorance of those in D.C.
As the left pretends everything is alright, the people that have been constantly kicked in the teeth for the last eight years do not care about political correctness, fairy tale hopes and dreams or “first woman” fantasies.
They do, however, care about obvious political corruption and being shafted left and right by both political parties since Bill Clinton signed NAFTA. And they are tired of being told they’re just overreacting.