Ron Paul scores 0% while Mitt Romney scores 51%? Now what could this be, an error perhaps? No, it’s clearly not an error as you can hear the lady in red saying that congresswoman Bachmann is the only other candidate in double digits (21%). So yes, according to CNN, Ron Paul is below 10%, 0% to be more precise.
Ron Paul is a US representative and congressman for almost 40 years, he is also an author and the founder of the Tea Party movement. How could he get 0%? If this isn’t mainstream media manipulation, then what is? But it looks like not all newspapers and tv stations are badly intended to discredit and defame Ron Paul. Los Angeles Times for example reported that Ron Paul handily won GOP debate according to applause:
According to our friends at the Baltimore Sun, Paul was applauded 11 times while Mitt Romney, Michele Bachmann and Tim Pawlenty were applauded five times each. Newt Gingrich and Herman Cain were applauded four times each. Rick Santorum brought up the rear by only being applauded three times during the two-hour CNN debate.
CNN’s online poll also tells a completely different story, it tells that Ron Paul scored 81% while the other candidates are insignificant, including Mitt Romney which got only 5%. It looks like they forgot to manipulate the numbers there.
So it should be clear now that Ron Paul is actually the winner but some of the mainstream media are trying to silence him down by manipulating people into believing that a vote for Ron Paul is a wasted vote because he has no chance at 0%.
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