I believe the MSM are also bent to coronate a particular GOP candidate whom they feel could be beaten most easily by Obama. I believe that candidate is former Massachusetts Gov. Mitt Romney, for the sole fact that the powers behind the MSM believe his presidential run would fracture the Republican Party and cause a third-party candidate to run, dividing the conservative vote, just as Ross Perot did in 1992 and 1996.
With still two months before the Iowa caucuses and three top-tier candidates vying for the GOP nomination, should Romney become the GOP nominee, as the MSM and the White House believe? I pray that what they believe will not be the case.
Obama himself is only a pawn in the parade of progressivism. And behind the White House and MSM curtains are progressive billionaire power brokers and globalists, such as George Soros, who are wielding their finances and pulling the strings in more than 30 major puppet networks, including The New York Times, The Associated Press, The Washington Post, NBC and ABC.
And those progressive agents are at it again right now in the series of GOP presidential debates. Does anyone really believe questions coming from MSM moderators aren't ultimately asked to trip up the candidates and then elevate and orchestrate the re-election of their furor? The entire debate system should be derailed from the MSM and played out exclusively on C-SPAN with questions being fed in via the Internet from people around the 50 states.
Soros is spreading his dominion to control states' voting processes, too. Bubbling up in the progressive boiler for months has been the state of Wisconsin, which The New York Times called "a swing state in more ways than one." Snopes.com researchers actually just confessed a week ago that they couldn't verify the report that Soros holds a "significant ownership stake" in the companies that are tabulating the electronic votes in Wisconsin, but what about a "partial" ownership stake?
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