An epic encounter is set for tomorrow night. --->
Tomorrow night’s presidential debate set to air from Hofstra University in Hempstead, New York at 9PM ET on NBC will likely be the most watched political event in our nation’s history.
Real estate mogul Donald Trump and former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton will do battle in what promises to be an epic encounter with the future of the Western world on the line. We the Vigilant will have debate coverage and analysis at the conclusion of NBC’s broadcast.
Before tomorrow, however, I’ve compiled a list of several key questions we should be asking as Trump prepares for the most important public appearance of his life.
Will the media portray Trump as “sexist” for attacking Hillary?
Tomorrow’s debate could get nasty.
This year’s general election as a whole has been a divisive affair in which both candidates have engaged in a testy exchange of words on the campaign trail. Trump is not only facing the most corrupt political figure in America today along with George Soros, the Rothschilds, global mega banks, the political establishment, the corporate media and other special interests and lobbyists, he’s also faced with Social Justice Warrior group-think and leftist manipulation tactics on his road to the White House.
We’ve already seen President Obama blame “sexism” for Clinton’s failing poll numbers as well as several Huffington Post articles asserting that the Democratic nominee is a victim of misogynistic male voters who have a problem with powerful female authority figures.
The left has an unusual proclivity to infantilize women, pat them on the head and assign them with a perpetual victimhood status while holding them to a completely separate standard, this became apparent following the Democratic primary debates in which the corporate media attacked Vermont Senator Bernie Sanders for interrupting Hillary. (Yes, he dared to interrupt her majesty.)
For a group of so-called “progressives,” they seem abnormally obsessed with coddling women and everyone else who falls under their leftist victimhood heirarchy pyramid.
Will Hillary make it to the debate?
The former Secretary of State and Bilderberg pick for president couldn’t even remain on her feet at a 9/11 ceremony in New York, yet we’re supposed to believe she’s going to last a full 90 minutes debating Donald Trump?
At this stage of the game, the elusive Clinton might not even show up to Monday’s NBC broadcast.
After a Wikileaks dump proved Hillary identified and sought Parkinson’s medication (along with her scary coughing fits), it’s obvious that Clinton’s health issues cannot be unfairly smeared as baseless “conspiracy” theories any longer.
She is sick, both mentally and physically.
How many times will Hillary label Trump a racist?
Over/Under? 15? 20? 30 times? Since Hillary is incapable of debating policy, expect the Democratic nominee to resort to low-level ad hominem attacks on Trump’s character.
Her strategy will be to paint the Republican nominee as a crazy demagogue by parroting MSNBC talking points and pounding false narratives into the minds of her brainwashed sheep followers.
How biased will the media be?
Let’s face it, the debate is airing on a far-left propaganda arm of the New World Order establishment – NBC, a network which has been anything but fair to Trump. Expect the Republican candidate to face a slew of “gotcha” questions in an effort to further prop Hillary up.
Trump must be ready for the inevitable onslaught he is about to face.
In addition, NBC, CNN, CBS, ABC and other leftist disinformation outlets will likely declare Hillary Clinton the “winner” Monday night irrespective of how she actually performs.
Will Hillary continue to peddle Russian conspiracies?
The claims by Clinton’s campaign and the corporate media that Trump is a Russian agent working for Vladimir Putin are nothing more than desperate attempts to deflect attention away from Hillary’s blatant criminality with regard to Benghazi, the Clinton Foundation, the Clinton body count and Hillary’s illegal private email server.
Expect the Democratic nominee to hammer home the narrative that Russia is evil and the only way to stop them is to elect someone who will start World War 3.
Will Juanita Broaddrick, Paula Jones, Eileen Wellstone, Kathleen Willey and other Clinton rape victims join Gennifer Flowers in the front row?
According to The Hill, Bill Clinton’s ex-mistress Gennifer Flowers will be attending the debate. One must wonder if Juanita Broaddrick, Paula Jones, Eileen Wellstone, Kathleen Willey and more of Bill’s rape victims will join her in the front row?
Despite Hillary claiming to be a friend of women, the wicked witch of the west allegedly blackmailed and threatened her husband’s sexual assault/rape victims into silence according to reputable accounts from Trump confidante Roger Stone’s book, The Clinton’s War on Women.
Broaddrick in particular recently confirmed that she would attend the debate and confront Hillary should she receive an invitation.
Will the media censor Trump?
Donald Trump has more ammunition on his side than an NRA convention, from the emails, to the corrupt and fraudulent Clinton Foundation, to the mysterious deaths, to cattle futures, to the Russian uranium deal, to Benghazi and the subsequent arming of radical jihadis in Syria, the list goes on and on. Trump can reach into his back pocket and expose the innumerable skeletons in Hillary’s closet at any time during the debate, but the question is – will the media allow him to do so?
Moderator and NBC Nightly News anchor Lester Holt could very well cut to commercial or even blatantly interrupt the Republican nominee should he present damaging information and irrefutable evidence of Clinton’s corruption and deceit.
Remember, the job of the dinosaur media is not to inform the public, it’s to propagandize, manipulate and blatantly lie.
Monday’s presidential debate will be the biggest in history and a pivotal moment for both candidates. It’s arguable that we will never see another Republican contender quite like Donald Trump, so strap in your seat belts and enjoy every second of tomorrow’s epic showdown.
Stay tuned for debate coverage and analysis at the conclusion of NBC’s broadcast.