I’m going to pare this article down to its essence. First there is a high correlation between locations in the US where there is a high percentage of:
1. Undocumented immigrants
2. Urban areas controlled by Democrats
3. MS-13 arrests
4. Sex slave bars (including juvenile slaves)
5. Human trafficking destinations coming out of Mexico
Now, if you recall during the Obama Administration we had this policy of “catch and release.” It was actually highly secret, in that nobody ever revealed where the catches were released, only that they were flown from the border to different locations within the US. They were strategically moved at government expense, chaperoned by HHS.
Someone with a devious mind has been digging and suggests there is a high probability that there were a large number of intentional MS-13 imports for the purpose of having an armed force to counter armed American citizens. Granted, there are millions or armed citizens with right-wing political tendencies, but the MS-13 gangs appear to be taking orders from globalists in the Democratic Party. They didn’t just slip in here and set up shop at random; they were sought out and recruited to support the globalist agenda. Not only that, but they are part of a very massive globalist guided financial support system based on drugs and sex slaves imported from Mexico and farther south.
For something a little more amusing, there is rising speculation that Trump is working with China and Russia to crush the globalist cabal. Most of what is reported as sour rhetoric between our government and theirs is just for show, a deception and sleight of hand trick to catch the globalists off guard. This one I find hard to believe.
Finally, regarding pre-vote polling: Democrats tend to be very noisy about advertising whom they vote for, while Republicans tend to be reticent. Thus, if a pollster contacts a D, they’ll get all kinds of partisan cheerleading. If the same pollster contacts an R voter, they get turned away because the Rs are tired of all the mouthy left-wing confrontations. Thus, polling data is highly skewed toward Ds.