After a near 180,000 votes, Ron Paul wins online poll by 70,000 votes [40 percentage points]
by Larry Simons
September 8, 2011
Ron Paul has dominated the MSNBC online poll, by destroying all other GOP candidates by gaining a whopping 98,000 votes in a poll in which [so far] over 180,000 votes have been tallied.
The so-called "top tier" by the corporate-controlled mainstream media: Romney, Perry and Bachman combined only received just under 55,000 votes, while Congressman Paul raked in nearly 98,000 votes. Romney, Perry and Bachman came in 2nd, 3rd and 7th in the poll respectively.
Second place was Mitt Romney, gaining a mere 28,000 votes, which Paul surpassed by a staggering 70,000 votes. In fact, Paul received more votes than ALL SEVEN REMAINING CANDIDATES. Paul received 98,000 votes, while ALL OTHERS COMBINED received just under 82,000 votes [Paul STILL winning by 16,000 votes].
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This won't matter to the bought-and-paid-for-media establishment. They will still continue their complete blackout of Ron Paul as if he doesn't even exist, let alone dominate polls.