The garbage is flying at a rapid pace...
When Julian Assange started the week with a delay message and news that his personal attorney had died (they say it's a suicide); videos of old Democrat operatives showed an open call for the assassination of Assange.
When Bill Clinton had his 'moment of honesty' in midweek (telling all viewers that ObamaCare is a miserable failure), the political pressure mounted for the Hillary campaign.
Then came the video footage off the editing floor from 2005, where Donald Trump was in braggadocio mode and speaking of his sexual conquests to the crew from the tabloid TV show; 'Access Hollywood'.
While the church deacons across America were outraged by the gutter language that Trump used to describe female anatomy, it's more substantively damaging that Trump reveals his unfaithfulness-of-heart toward his supermodel wife. I personally find the use of the slang term 'boob' to be as vulgar as the word 'pussy', as it was used in the video conversation. But some are showing selective outrage toward Trump for using the word, even though they don't mind hearing Hillary Clinton refer to her husband's sexual targets as 'bimbos'.
None the less, Trump comes across as a playboy lecher whom Roger Ailes could actually be jealous of.
This brought about Donald Trump's first-ever press release where he officially apologizes to the public for his personal failure.
Then came the WikiLeaks document dump from John Podesta's private emails(a Clinton staffer). In the emails, Hillary openly admits that her 'public policies' need to be ignored by Wall Street where she has privately assured her donors of a 'private policy'. This revelation will be devastating to the Bernie Sanders camp within the Democrat base. It shows Clinton as deeply embedded with the very Wall Street which Occupy Wall Street had waged a war just a few years ago.
This is just the first week of October. We can expect the mud to intensify with every hour which passes. the two major candidates with the highest unfavorable ratings in presidential campaign history are seemingly determined to win the White House by intensifying the unfavorability ratings of the other. Very little attention is given to the vision and agenda that either of these two would promote for the USA.