When the pro-Hillary guy knocks at your door CRITICAL DTG UPDATE

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When the pro-Hillary guy knocks at your door CRITICAL DTG UPDATE

This is exactly what happened:

Yes­ter­day after­noon in sunny and hot Miami my friend answered the door­bell. I kept an eye from the window.

An average-​sized man in his thir­ties, wear­ing a pink polo shirt and khakis, hold­ing a clip­board, imme­di­ately said hello in Span­ish, and asked her if she was [her name], reg­is­tered at that address. She said yes.

At that point I moved closer to the entrance but he could not see me. I could hear the con­ver­sa­tion very clearly. The entire con­ver­sa­tion was in Span­ish. He spoke very clear, native-​speaker qual­ity Spanish.

The man did not iden­tify him­self nor did he declare any affil­i­a­tion with any polit­i­cal party or com­mit­tee, polling orga­ni­za­tion, or busi­ness of any kind.

He handed her a cell phone with ques­tions that he claimed were “on the issues affect­ing our com­mu­nity”, but the list of five ques­tions in Eng­lish were all neg­a­tive state­ments about Don­ald Trump, “I do not like how he treats women,” “I do not like his stance of immi­gra­tion,” among them. The state­ments were in large enough bold print she could read them with­out her read­ing glasses. He asked her to check the ones she agreed with.

Her reply was that she does not answer polit­i­cal ques­tions, and gave him back the phone. She had to repeat this a cou­ple of times, until the guy finally real­ized he was get­ting nowhere.

He then asked her if she would pre­fer that no fur­ther polls be con­ducted at her house. She said yes.

The man, still speak­ing Span­ish, pulled a sheet of paper from his clip­board and asked her to fill in a form, telling her that, if she signed that form, she would not be approached again with any polls.

My friend was not wear­ing her read­ing glasses so she took the form indoors. I went to the door (this is the first time he saw me), excused myself and locked the door.

I did not stop long enough to see whether the man car­ried or wore any ID tags or any­thing show­ing any affil­i­a­tion. None were appar­ent at first glance. I just wasn’t going to leave an unlocked door unattended.

I looked at the paper my friend was hold­ing. It had three copies on one page of a form say­ing, in Eng­lish,

I PLEDGE TO VOTE FOR HILLARY CLINTON,

fol­lowed by some more text in Eng­lish, and three lines for the respon­dent to fill in their name and address.

Again, I repeat, the entire con­ver­sa­tion was in Span­ish.

But the form was in Eng­lish. Only in Eng­lish, with no Span­ish trans­la­tion anywhere.

I read it to her aloud, returned it to her and she opened the door, gave back the form to the man, and told him she did not appre­ci­ate being mis­lead. He asked her what she meant, and she told him that the form was a pledge to Hillary, not a do-​not-​call request.

He had the nerve to ask her why wouldn’t she pledge to Hillary, to which she curtly replied that she would not pledge for any polit­i­cal can­di­date since her vote is pri­vate. “Even for the best can­di­date?” he asked. She again said, “my vote is private.”

At this point, the guy thanked her, said good-​bye and left.

I don’t know — and cer­tainly I’m not about to ask — who she’s vot­ing for, but Hillary did not make any friends there yesterday.

Part­ing ques­tions: If there’s no inten­tion to deceive, why no trans­la­tion on the form? Why no dis­clo­sure of who he works for? Who is behind that survey?

Fausta Rodriguez Wertz writes on U.S. and Latin Amer­i­can pol­i­tics, news, and cul­ture at Fausta’s Blog.

UPDATE DTG: I just read this piece and I don’t think Fausta gets what’s going on here. The rea­son for the form is obvi­ous and that rea­son is fraud.

  1. Step 1: Go door to door in the span­ish com­mu­nity for the pur­pose of get­ting sig­na­tures on a form pledg­ing the non eng­lish read­ing vot­ers for Hillary Clin­ton with the name and address and an authen­tic signature
  2. Step 2: Sub­mit absen­tee bal­lots in the name of the above per­son for Hillary Clinton.

If the voter doesn’t show at the polls, per­fect, they’re absen­tee bal­lot is counted for Hillary no ques­tions asked.

If they show up the vote and attempt to vote caus­ing said bal­lot to be ques­tioned for any rea­son the sig­na­ture sheet is produced.

This is actual fraud straight up and every per­son in that neigh­bor­hood is being tar­geted, and you can bet if it’s done at your friends house it’s being done every­where else.

Fausta your friend needs to call the Florida AG and the local media STAT.


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This is exactly what happened:

Yesterday afternoon in sunny and hot Miami my friend answered the doorbell. I kept an eye from the window.

An average-sized man in his thirties, wearing a pink polo shirt and khakis, holding a clipboard, immediately said hello in Spanish, and asked her if she was [her name], registered at that address. She said yes.

At that point I moved closer to the entrance but he could not see me. I could hear the conversation very clearly. The entire conversation was in Spanish. He spoke very clear, native-speaker quality Spanish.

The man did not identify himself nor did he declare any affiliation with any political party or committee, polling organization, or business of any kind.

He handed her a cell phone with questions that he claimed were “on the issues affecting our community”, but the list of five questions in English were all negative statements about Donald Trump, “I do not like how he treats women,” “I do not like his stance of immigration,” among them. The statements were in large enough bold print she could read them without her reading glasses. He asked her to check the ones she agreed with.

Her reply was that she does not answer political questions, and gave him back the phone. She had to repeat this a couple of times, until the guy finally realized he was getting nowhere.

He then asked her if she would prefer that no further polls be conducted at her house. She said yes.

The man, still speaking Spanish, pulled a sheet of paper from his clipboard and asked her to fill in a form, telling her that, if she signed that form, she would not be approached again with any polls.

My friend was not wearing her reading glasses so she took the form indoors. I went to the door (this is the first time he saw me), excused myself and locked the door.

I did not stop long enough to see whether the man carried or wore any ID tags or anything showing any affiliation. None were apparent at first glance. I just wasn’t going to leave an unlocked door unattended.

I looked at the paper my friend was holding. It had three copies on one page of a form saying, in English,

I PLEDGE TO VOTE FOR HILLARY CLINTON,

followed by some more text in English, and three lines for the respondent to fill in their name and address.

Again, I repeat, the entire conversation was in Spanish.

But the form was in English. Only in English, with no Spanish translation anywhere.

I read it to her aloud, returned it to her and she opened the door, gave back the form to the man, and told him she did not appreciate being mislead. He asked her what she meant, and she told him that the form was a pledge to Hillary, not a do-not-call request.

He had the nerve to ask her why wouldn’t she pledge to Hillary, to which she curtly replied that she would not pledge for any political candidate since her vote is private. “Even for the best candidate?” he asked. She again said, “my vote is private.”

At this point, the guy thanked her, said good-bye and left.

I don’t know – and certainly I’m not about to ask – who she’s voting for, but Hillary did not make any friends there yesterday.

Parting questions: If there’s no intention to deceive, why no translation on the form? Why no disclosure of who he works for? Who is behind that survey?

Fausta Rodriguez Wertz writes on U.S. and Latin American politics, news, and culture at Fausta’s Blog.

UPDATE DTG: I just read this piece and I don’t think Fausta gets what’s going on here. The reason for the form is obvious and that reason is fraud.

  1. Step 1: Go door to door in the spanish community for the purpose of getting signatures on a form pledging the non english reading voters for Hillary Clinton with the name and address and an authentic signature
  2. Step 2: Submit absentee ballots in the name of the above person for Hillary Clinton.

If the voter doesn’t show at the polls, perfect, they’re absentee ballot is counted for Hillary no questions asked.

If they show up the vote and attempt to vote causing said ballot to be questioned for any reason the signature sheet is produced.

This is actual fraud straight up and every person in that neighborhood is being targeted, and you can bet if it’s done at your friends house it’s being done everywhere else.

Fausta your friend needs to call the Florida AG and the local media STAT.


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