Based on information from a highly trusted source, D.C. Whispers went live with a stunning pre-Election Day scenario that many welcomed, some dismissed, and yet others attacked.
In the end, it was D.C. Whispers who was proven right, and its few but vocal detractors so very-very wrong.
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Here was the headline to that report published nearly three full days before Election Day:
Now with the actual Election Day results known, check out this information that was an essential part of that report from three days earlier and see how it played out almost EXACTLY as forecast here via D.C. Whispers:
“…Moving on from North Carolina, Florida, and Ohio (three HUGE Trump wins if this internal polling data holds) there is the battle for Pennsylvania, a state that has long been considered Republican “fools gold” as it draws in a Republican presidential candidate’s time and resources, only to end up voting Democrat.
This time might be different, and here’s why. Outside of Philadelphia, Trump is polling extremely well. So well in fact, he might just overcome the Philly deficit and win the state – and Team Hillary knows it and is in a panic to add resources there to prevent that from happening. This resource shift has then made the Clinton campaign more vulnerable in places they never, until quite recently, thought they would be:
Virginia and Michigan.
The Trump campaign is said to be feeling increasingly confident they will get a win in at least one of those two states, though in the last 48-hours, some are thinking a 2/2 outcome is not only possible – but probable. There has been an upsurge in the old Reagan Democrats voting bloc who are showing seriously motivated enthusiasm for Donald Trump. It has been more than three decades since this segment of the Democrat Party has been so willing to vote for the Republican ticket, and though not as numerous as they were in the 1980’s, could still prove pivotal in securing Trump victories in historically blue states.
NOTE: Trump’s last-minute move into Wisconsin is strategic. We won’t say more than that for now. Let’s just see if the strategy works.”
Of course we now know that the above scenario was very nearly duplicated on Election Day. Team Trump carried Florida, North Carolina, and Ohio and then outperformed all the Mainstream Media polling to put up a very serious challenge in Virginia, while also taking Pennsylvania, Michigan, and Wisconsin.
Team Clinton and the political pundits were certain the battle would be almost exclusively waged for North Carolina and Florida, (while shoring up their defenses in Virginia and conceding Ohio) and it was to be in those two states where Trump’s campaign would ultimately be crushed. Failing to win there, they then watched the Election Night results in stunned disbelief as Team Trump outmaneuvered them in Pennsylvania, Michigan, and most astonishingly, Wisconsin.
Those three wins made it game over . Donald Trump won the White House, just as outlined here via D.C. Whispers’ days-earlier report:
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