Nov 8 Clinton Strategy: 'Alien Invasion'

Author's Note: This conspiracy theory is based on the (also not real) Blue Beam conspiracy theory that the government has some kind of projection technology to create an artificial "second coming." The choice of Benson Strategy group was because they are Hillary's internal pollster.

1. The poll questions are ludicrous. Seriously? Can you imagine them calling thousands of random people and asking about dirty-bomb scenarios?

2. The poll results are ludicrous. Trump voters will shoot their way through a war-zone to vote but Hillary voters won't stand in line for 30 min? If you believed that for a moment that was absurd.

3. The plans are nothing short of apocalyptic. They're going to invade America--through Canada? Did that seem . . . plausible? Reasonable? Actionable?

Finally, they've settled on a fake Alien invasion to terrify the populace. Really?

No--not really. This article and document are completely and totally fabricated.


A source inside the Clinton campaign has leaked an internal polling document that shows her support entirely gone and extreme measures needed to "salvage" (prevent) the election.


The document, titled Salvage1, shows results of her own (non-skewed) polling such as:

Among independents, Hillary voters who are exposed to any alternative media (73%) are aware of the WikiLeaks emails and find them either disturbing (54%) or deeply disturbing (18%). Among liberal-identifying whites, support is shifting from Hillary (-27 since October 1st) to Donald Trump (78%) or Jill Stein (21%).

For voters who solely consume mainstream media only 28% are aware of the WikiLeaks emails and of those, only 8% are aware of the content. For these voters Clinton leads Trump by +8.

Minority voters are less likely to consume alternative media (only 14%) and are less likely to be aware of the email leak (only 18% for males, 9% for females). Even with this group, enthusiasm is down 63 points compared to October 2008.

On other fronts, the counter-narrative is failing as well. Most heavy consumers of social media understand that the allegations against Donald Trump of sexual misconduct have largely been debunked (77%). We understand that communications strategies in that space have been unable to reduce the impact of this messaging. Worse, among white males in telephone polling 93% of them either approve (72%) or strongly approve (21%) of Donald Trump’s hot-mic tape.

Only 39% of women approve of them however a majority (64%) say they ‘understand that confident men talk that way.’ In effect, these allegations have been diffused.

While this is great news for Trump supporters (although for Trump supporters, it may not exactly be news) more disturbing are the polling questions about what could potentially stop Trump voters from going to the polls:

By contrast the strong Clinton voters:

It gets worse from there.

Their Solution: 'Alien Invasion'

The document looks at various solutions and finally recommends a psy-ops campaign that has to be seen to be believed. The technology for creating images in the atmosphere has existed in the public domain for some time (it's used in astronomy) but what the Clinton Foundation is suggesting goes well beyond that. The document alludes to tests in the "Levant" that were highly successful.

These tests apparently can create realistic images along with internal sensations of awe that mimic a terrifying alien invasion. They are planning to be in position to blanket 23% of the United States in these images so as to prevent specific areas from voting on November 8th and create a narrative where Barack Obama literally saves the world.

On November 8th, DON'T WATCH THE SKIES!