Has Hillary Peaked in Polls, Trump moving up

Is it just me or has anyone else noticed that the often used political phrase "peaking to soon", seems to have become obsolete in the jargon used by those in the media.  Remember, just a short while ago, media elites would of say such and such a candidate has peaked to soon---implying he or she was in trouble.  But now that Hillary is leading in the polls, no one in the MSM will dare to imply that, the infamous candidate from Chappaqua has "peaked to soon", for fear they will give fodder to the Trump campaign and those who support him.  Does anyone really think that should the positions of the candidates in the polls be reversed that those seemingly forbidden words would suddenly come back from the grave and once more the airways would be filled with the phrase:  


Sandee said...

I don't trust the polls. Those Hillery lovers tend to make up their own numbers. I don't think Hillery is all that liked by many either.

Hillery for prison 2016.

Have a fabulous day. ☺

Stogie said...

I think peaking too soon can be a problem. Ben Carson peaked way too soon, and then his support began to fall as Trump moved up.

Kismet said...

'Tis better to have peaked too soon than to have never peaked at all.

Waiting for the November Clinton valley.