"Shy Trump Voter" Just Means We Don't Trust You

The media and the pollsters keep telling us Joe Biden is waaaaaaaay ahead in the polls. They point to the polls and say they don't believe in the myth of the "shy Trump voter." 

 Well, I hate to break it to you but I'm one. And don't get me wrong. I'm not shy. I share my faith and I talk politics. Just not with you, the media, Big Tech, or the pollsters. I no longer trust any of you. I'm not paranoid. You have shown yourself to despise me in every way possible. 

 A man was recently shot in the face for supporting Trump and the media ignored it. Christians are killed all around the globe just for being Christians and it's ignored by politicians and bureaucrats. In my own personal experience, an ad for my pro-life book "American Antigone" was banned by Big Tech. I'm still not even sure why. People with blue checkmarks next to their name threaten us and call us "literally Nazis" and nothing happens. But we get shadowbanned for believing that all life is sacred. I don't even believe the election is fair anymore. I'm 100% positive the other side is cheating by adding millions of votes and tossing ours. It's not even a question to me or most people I know. 

 We have lost faith in our institutions. It's our fault. We ceded too much ground. Secularist progressives established dominance in the new media, the entertainment industry, academia, and the deep state. And then you weaponized these against us. And they wonder why we don't tell them what we actually believe. We don't trust you. We don't trust you because you hate us and you don't believe we should have a voice in the direction of our country. You reveal your animosity towards us in countless ways. We are the deplorables. We are the bitter clingers. We are the chumps. We are the "shy Trump voter." 

 So if my phone rings and it's someone from Washington DC. or New York asking me about who I support, I'll take a pass. Eat silence. I'll let my voice be heard on Election Day.

Comments

  1. Amen. I’ve been known to mislead a pollster about my vote. I figure it’s not lying since they don’t have a right to know.

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  2. I am also one. I answer no polls even from the RNC. I fly a flag but not a Trump sign even though I volunteer at the GOP office.

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    1. With nearby Philly burning, I'm certainly not putting up a Trump sign.

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  3. Sadly, I agree. I can remember when my parents would vote they would never divulge who they voted for. There is something to that reasoning I suppose.

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    1. These people cant be trusted. They'll find out, come Election Day.

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  4. Wouldn't tell a pollster the truth if asked. And have to be back and forth in the DC area enough that I don't do bumper stickers or Trump flags. Don't need the hassle or possible destruction of property when I'm over that way.

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    1. That's the thing. We no longer have faith in our institutions or the good will of our political opponents.

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  5. I was a Democratic county committeeman. I live with a relative who proudly has a Biden
    bumper sticker on her auto. I voted last week. Lets simply say I did not vote for the former vice president. And I did vote for president.

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    1. Why dont you drop the news on Thanksgiving for all the relatives and then record it in your phone? That way we will know who to prosecute for what happens to you ;)

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