BREAKING: MASSIVE Momentum Shift In Battleground States…One Candidate LOSING Ground!

Poll numbers are coming in from across the country and they are stumping the experts.

While we may question specific polls, wondering how much the liberal outlets have tampered with the data, even they can’t completely distort the fact that a seismic shift is occurring across America.

Clearly, after weeks of scandal, lying, and health scares, the Clinton camp is just limping along. They are having serious troubling righting the ship, after scores of reports of corruption. Be it her email server, the Clinton Foundation, or her lying about her health, even the liberal media is getting fed up with the candidate.

You better believe this is reflected in the American people.

From Breitbart:

Just a few days before the all-important first debate, Republican presidential nominee Donald J. Trump has pulled a whopping seven points ahead of Democratic nominee Hillary Rodham Clinton in the all-important battleground state of Iowa.

The new Quinnipiac University poll of 612 likely Iowa voters finds Donald Trump, at 44 percent, beating Clinton’s mere 37 percent well outside the margin of error of 4 percent. Libertarian Gary Johnson gets 10 percent and Green Party candidate Jill Stein gets 2 percent. That poll was conducted from Sept. 13 to Sept. 21…

Over in Colorado, Trump ties Hillary Clinton in a two-way race at 47 percent apiece…

Trump also has closed the gap in Virginia, from where Clinton’s running mate Sen. Tim Kaine (D-VA) hails…

Down in Georgia, a red state that Hillary Clinton had been hoping to peel off from Trump, the billionaire businessman has zoomed ahead to a sizable and perhaps unstoppable lead of 7 points.

All this before the debates. What do you think the numbers will look like then? With Hillary being criticized for her “low energy,” with mounting support for Trump, those debates might very well be blood baths.

It won’t be so surprising to see Trump taking states at unprecedented numbers.

Source: Breitbart

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