CNBC Pulls the Poll!!
Link posted as some think I wrote this, I did not write this, nor would I ever try to say I did.
Credit goes to link above.
A reader has just informed me that CNBC has taken down their poll,
which had Ron Paul winning with 75% in all categories (who won the
debate, whom participants planned to vote for, and one other category
-- who gave the best answers, I think). I know the media hates Paul,
but this is just utterly shameless.
I've seen this happen many times before with all the debates that
included Ron Paul this year. That means, all of the GOP debates are
being intentionally botched by a higher power. The news networks that
we have offered to us are all mainstream and are very biased. And, to
prove it, I've decided to cover this very important issue.
see, it was shortly after the end of the debate, about 7:00pm (EST)
that I was told by a good friend that CNBC had pulled the poll results
off their site. Ron Paul averaged way above all the other candidates.
The polls showed that Ron Paul had an avg. of 80% approval for all who
had voted in the poll. All other candidates had less than 5.7% approval
Here is a screenshot as proof: Click here!
* Note: If you look closely at the last 6 characters of the link shown
in the photograph, it also provides proof of the date as per CNBC's
needs for their archives.
Here is the link so you may check for yourself: http://www.cnbc.com/id/21209903 (before you vote, the link looked like this)
And, just so there is no confusion... this is what it looks like after you vote:
The message you receive now is:
Page Not Found
Our web servers cannot find the page or file you asked for.
The link you followed may be broken or expired.
Click your browser's Back button to return to the previous page.
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