Way to go Sleepy Joe!

Way to go Sleepy Joe…, AGAIN!

Andrew O’Reilly of Fox News reports that, “Biden botches military coronavirus death count, campaign says he accidentally cited Michigan numbers.”

I’ll tell you what, Sleepy Joe, and your collection of campaign oafs as well…, you “misspeak” on such a regular basis that I’m just going to assume that every time you appear somewhere you’re going to stick your foot in your mouth or just shamelessly lie.

From now on, only if you manage to speak correctly, coherently, and truthfully, will I consider it news!

“Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden misspoke during a campaign stop in Michigan, incorrectly saying that over 6,000 U.S. military members have died from the novel coronavirus.”

“Speaking in Warren, Mich., Biden cited the number of confirmed cases and deaths from COVID-19 in Michigan as being the numbers for the military, saying the armed forces had seen 118,984 cases and 6,114 deaths.”

That’s understandable…, MIIIICHIGAN and MIIIILITARY, MIIIILITARY and MIIIICHIGAN.

The correct numbers for the military are 40,026 cases and 7 deaths.

“Shortly after the event, Biden’s campaign quickly clarified that Biden had mixed up the numbers for Michigan with those from military. As of Wednesday, only seven members of the military had died from COVID-19.”

‘“Vice President Biden has the utmost respect for the men and women of the armed services and believes it’s the sacred duty of our country to properly equip them, look after their families when they’re deployed, and care for them when they return,’ Biden’s Deputy Rapid Response Director Michael Gwin said in a statement to Fox News.”

I’d have to say that’s a lie…, at least based on Biden’s prior 48 years in government.

And what do think about the position of Rapid Response Director?

He must be a very busy guy.

Clean up in aisle three!

“Gwin added: ‘To honor their service, the Vice President carries with him each day a card detailing the number of Americans who have given their lives for our country in Iraq and Afghanistan, and frequently cites that number to recognize their sacrifice.’”

C’mon…, seriously?

I think I’m going to have to call BS on that statement, Michael Gwin.

A card is a good idea, however, in Biden’s case, as he certainly wouldn’t be able to remember those numbers either.

Does he have a card in his wallet with his name printed in large letters and what office he is running for as well?

“Biden has taken criticism before for confusing statistics when it comes to the coronavirus pandemic.”

“In June, Biden incorrectly said 120 million people had died from the contagion in the U.S. [That’s close to a third of the country!].

‘“People don’t have a job, people don’t know where to go, they don’t know what to do,’ Biden said at the time.”

Speak for yourself, Joe.

‘“Now we have over 120 million dead from COVID,’ he added.”

“As of Wednesday, the U.S. has recorded just over 190,000 deaths from the virus.”

“While Biden appeared to immediately to catch himself after his gaffe in June — the pool video of Biden’s comments cuts off after he made the remark – President Trump’s campaign was quick to jump on the former vice president’s comment.”

‘“Joe Biden is very confused,’ the campaign tweeted out. ‘He’s not playing with a full deck, folks. #BarelyThereBiden.’”

“Biden’s verbal slip-ups have plagued him throughout his 2020 presidential bid, with the Trump campaign using them as fodder to argue that the presumptive Democratic nominee is unfit for the Oval Office.”

Why wouldn’t you use Biden’s unending parade of slip-ups as “fodder” in campaign ads?

The democrats go to the trouble of having to manufacture derogatory stories about The President on a daily basis.

Sleepy Joe just makes the republicans’ job a lot easier.

 

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What in the Wide, Wide World of Sports is going on here?!

Okay…, so, let me get this straight.

A vice-presidential candidate, in the United States of America, mind you, is encouraging people to contribute money to the Minnesota Freedom Fund, which uses the money to bail criminals out of jail, who have looted businesses, burned down businesses and public buildings, and physically assaulted other people and police officers?

A current vice-presidential candidate, in the United States of America, is doing that?

Sadly, it is absolutely true.

Democrat candidate for vice-president, Kamala Harris, is encouraging people to contribute money to the Minnesota Freedom Fund, which uses the money to bail criminals out of jail, who have looted businesses, burned down businesses and public buildings, and physically assaulted other people and police officers.

This is not an issue at all for most democrats, but the Biden campaign has managed to recognize that a majority of the voters in America don’t see it that way.

So, as a result, they have sent their candidates, “Sleepy” Joe Biden and “Comrade” Kamala Harris, out to lie about their position, and pretend they care about law and order and protecting law abiding citizens.

David Marcus, of “The Federalist” website, reports, “Joe Biden and Kamala Harris have a problem. They know it, the media knows it, everyone knows it.”

“For three months they have ignored the deadly rioting that spread across the nation’s cities on both coasts and in between. They insisted that what we were seeing was ‘mostly peaceful’ protests and that Donald Trump and his evil allies were defaming decent Americans who just want social justice. Now they want to denounce these riots, but there is a problem: Harris is a financial supporter of the rioters she now claims to denounce.”

“Yes, that’s right, the Democrats’ vice presidential candidate was a huckster for a bail fund that sought to free violent criminals who were rioting on the streets of Minneapolis, and she was very effective at it.”

“In the wake of deadly fires and looting, Harris asked her five million plus Twitter followers to donate money to bail out the ‘protesters’ [criminals] arrested in the riots.”

Kamala wouldn’t want to help out any of the small business people who lost everything at the hands of these neo-fascist criminals…, she wants you to send in your hard-earned money to help get these neo-fascist criminals released from custody so they can go right back to destroying and looting more small businesses, and hurting more innocent people.

“Let’s meet a few of the beneficiaries of her [Kamala’s] largesse [generosity], shall we?”

“Fox 9 News in Minneapolis did the research for us. [That’s the kind of research MrEricksonRules likes!]”

“Here are a few of the criminals they found Harris did a solid for.”

“Among those bailed out by the Minnesota Freedom Fund (MFF) is a suspect who shot at police, a woman accused of killing a friend, and a twice convicted sex offender, according to court records reviewed by the FOX 9 Investigators.”

“According to attempted murder charges, Jaleel Stallings shot at members of a SWAT Team during the riots in May. Police recovered a modified pistol that looks like an AK-47. MFF paid $75,000 in cash to get Stallings out of jail.”

“Darnika Floyd is charged with second degree murder, for stabbing a friend to death. MFF paid $100,000 cash for her release.”

“Christopher Boswell, a twice convicted rapist, is currently charged with kidnapping, assault, and sexual assault in two separate cases. MFF paid $350,000 in cash for his release.”

And these are just a few of the many, many criminals Kamala sought to get released so they could get back to their business of destroying these cities and innocent lives.

“Kamala Harris and her friends in the corporate media, otherwise known as the propaganda arm of the Democratic Party [and fake news], will pretend this never happened and they are counting on voters to be too ignorant to know that it did.”

Definitely no shortage of ignorant voters!

“Harris was so eager to be on the rioters’ team that she literally raised money for them in the hopes that they could be released and foster further mayhem.”

And that’s what she thought was a good idea?

“That on its own would be bad enough. But the fact that she is now attempting to pretend she was against all of this violence, and looting, and arson, and destruction from the get go is an insulting joke. Did Harris really think that peaceful protesters obeying the rules were the ones arrested in Minneapolis? Of course she didn’t. She just assumed that justifying the unrest would help Democrats’ political chances. Now that this has been shown to be false, she is trying to change her position. But it’s way too late for that.”

“The American people aren’t stupid, they know exactly where Joe Biden, Kamala Harris and the Democratic Party stood on the riots.”

“They stood side by side with the rioters.”

“That they have now cynically come to regret that position is, I suppose, a good thing. But it does not erase the harm done in lives, property, and opportunity that their approval of rioting did.”

“We know whose side they were on, and it wasn’t the police.”

And it wasn’t on the side of law-abiding citizens either.

“The American people will not forget that.”

I hope not.

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Chicken Joe?

C’mon, Sleepy, Creepy Joe!

C’mon, chicken “dum-o-crats!”

C’mon, Crazy Nancy!

Nobody wants a president who’s a yellow-bellied chicken.

Except democrats, apparently.

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Nobody wants a president who can’t stand toe-to-toe with an opponent.

Except democrats, apparently.

Nobody wants a president who can’t think on their feet without the aid of a teleprompter.

Except democrats, apparently.

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It would seem they’re less afraid of being called chickens than of being called inept or incapacitated!

I don’t actually believe that Joe Biden is afraid to debate Presiddent Trump…, but he should be.

I believe Joe Biden believes he’s just fine, and capable…, but he isn’t.

I’m sorry, Joe…, but you’re just not “with it” anymore…, if you ever were.

According to Benjamin Fearnow, for Newsweek. “Democratic strategists and supporters of Vice President Joe Biden are urging him not to debate President Donald Trump in the lead-up to Election Day, citing Trump’s publicity stunts and disregard for the rules in 2016.”

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Oh, you mean like how Hillary, her people, the DNC, and the fake news media conspired to get her the debate questions before one of the debates in 2016?

Is that the kind of “disregard for the rules” you’re referring to?

And we are completely aware of why “Democratic strategists and supporters of Vice President Joe Biden are urging him not to debate President Donald Trump.”

Because they know Biden is going to look like an incomprehensible old fool and an indefensible old fool, up against President Trump.

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President Trump mopped the floor with the other 15 republican candidates in 2016, and then Hillary Clinton as well.

“Former White House Press Secretary, Joe Lockhart, joined several Democratic Party strategists in bluntly advising Biden, ‘whatever you do, don’t debate Trump.’ Speaking on CNN Saturday, Lockhart said Trump shouldn’t be given another platform which will enable him to ‘repeat lies,’ which he said occurred in the 2016 debates against Hillary Clinton.”

It’s hilarious!

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These people are on their knees begging Sleepy Joe to bail out of the presidential debates.

They have obviously calculated that it’s better to appear weak and afraid, as opposed to exposing yourself as an incomprehensible old fool and an indefensible old fool.

‘“We saw in the debates in 2016 Hillary Clinton showed a mastery of the issues, every point she made was more honest and bested Trump,’ Lockhart told CNN.”

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What debates were you watching, Lockhart?

‘“But Trump came out of the debates doing better I think because he just kept repeating the same old lies: “we’re going to build a wall and Mexico is going to pay for it,” “we’re going to keep all those Mexican rapists out of the country,” and “we’re going to make great trade deals” — none of these things have come to pass.’”

‘“Giving him that national forum to continue to spout — get him to 21,000 or 22,000 lies — I think just isn’t worth it for the Democrats or for Biden,’ Lockhart continued.”

“Several opinion columns published in recent months have called for an outright cancellation of the debates, describing them — alongside the party conventions — as outdated political rituals designed purely for TV ratings.”

“Longtime Democratic strategist and former Hillary Clinton senior adviser Zac Petkanas agreed with calls for Biden to back out of any and all debates with Trump in the coming months.”

“As it stands currently, there are three presidential debates and one vice presidential debate scheduled between September 29 and October 22.”

‘“Biden shouldn’t feel obligated to throw Trump a lifeline by granting him any debates at all. This is not a normal presidential election and Trump is not a legitimate candidate,’ Petkanas tweeted last week.”

“Speculation over the cancellation of the Biden versus Trump 2020 presidential debates increased last week after the University of Notre Dame withdrew its campus as host of the September 29 event over coronavirus concerns. The University of Michigan withdrew from hosting a presidential debate on its campus in June, which has since been rescheduled at the Adrienne Arsht Center in Miami.”

“Political commentator Bill Kristol, a so-called ‘Never Trump’ conservative, praised Notre Dame for withdrawing as host of the first presidential debate over coronavirus concerns.”

‘“Good. No need to go to any trouble to replace this debate. Indeed, I gather Biden’s already all booked up with zoom calls in those weeks. Also, the Jewish holidays. And the new Perry Mason series. Too bad!’ Kristol quipped on Twitter.”

What a pathetic “never Trumper.”

Kristol is just another tool of the old estabilishment politicians who really don’t want to accomplish anything.  All they want to do is blow hot air and kick the country’s problems down the road.

“The first presidential debate is now set to take place at Case Western Reserve University and the Cleveland Clinic in Cleveland on September 29; the first vice presidential debate is currently set to take place at the University of Utah in Salt Lake City on October 7. The second presidential debate is scheduled for the Arsht Center on October 15, and the third and final debate is set to take place on October 22 on the campus of Belmont University in Nashville.”

But wait…, there’s more!

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Crazy Nancy is now joining in with the chorus!

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Marisa Schultz of Fox News reports, “Pelosi says Biden shouldn’t debate Trump: ‘I wouldn’t legitimize a conversation with him.’”

“House Speaker Nancy Pelosi suggested Thursday that former Vice President Joe Biden cancel his three scheduled debates with President Trump because the commander-in-chief would ‘belittle’ the forum and engage in ‘skullduggery.’”

“Skullduggery?!”

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‘“I don’t think that there should be any debates,’ Pelosi said out of the blue at a news conference at the Capitol, saying she doesn’t want the debates to be ‘an exercise in skullduggery.’”

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“Biden told MSNBC Thursday he’s still planning on showing up to the high-profile faceoffs with the president.”

‘“As long as the [debate] commission continues down the straight and narrow as they have, I’m going to debate him,’ Biden said.”

What does that mean?

That sounds like you’re building-in a little wiggle room there, Joe.

‘“I’m going to be a fact-checker on the floor as I’m debating him,’ he added.”

Yes, please, feel free Sleepy Joe.

Will that “fact checking” apply to yourself as well?

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Just keeping it real.

“Pelosi is just the latest high-profile Democrat to offer a major piece of advice to the former vice president.”

“Republicans pointed to Pelosi’s remarks as another sign that Democrats are trying to hide Biden.”

“Hide Biden?”

Really?

I think we all understand that Sleepy Joe has been relegated exclusively to his basement by now.

“Debates have been an issue of contention for weeks as the Trump campaign has pushed for an additional early debate to coincide with early voting that will be underway in states.”

It does make sense to have at least one debate before people can vote…, that is, if not afraid to debate in the first place.

“And the idea of abandoning debates all together made headlines after a New York Times op-ed earlier this August argued that presidential debates should be ‘scrapped,’ with critics suggesting that it’s the latest effort by the media to prevent Biden from debating Trump.”

“Pelosi made the comment at her weekly news conference, unprompted, and her advice was not in response to a question about debates. She cited Trump’s ‘disgraceful’ performance at the 2016 debate when he was ‘stalking’ Clinton as one reason Biden should break tradition and sit out the debates.”

If you watch that debate, the claim that President Trump was “stalking” Hillary, was completely and only imagined by Mrs. Clinton…, then regurgitated by ignorant democrats and their fake news media friends.

“So, I think that he’ll probably act in a way that is beneath the dignity of the presidency; he does that every day,’ Pelosi said of Trump. ‘But I think it will also belittle what the debates are supposed to be about. And they’re not to be about skullduggery on the part of somebody who has no respect for the office he holds, much less the democratic process.’”

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‘“Why else would he try to undermine the elections in the manner in which he is doing?’ Pelosi continued. ‘So, if Joe Biden asked me what I thought about it, [I’d say] I don’t think that he should dignify that conversation with Donald Trump.’”

The only problem is, Sleepy Joe’s wife, Jill Biden, already declared her man “would be there for the debates.”

And Sleepy Joe, himself, has said, “I can hardly wait to debate Trump.”

“Shortly after Pelosi’s comments, the Biden campaign responded that while they agree with the speaker’s characterization of Trump, Biden will go through with the debates as planned.

“The Biden campaign already agreed in June to three debates in September and October in a letter to the Commission on Presidential Debates, in addition to a vice-presidential debate.”

‘“We certainly agree with Speaker Pelosi on her views of the President’s behavior,’ Biden campaign spokesperson Andrew Bates said. ‘But just as she has powerfully confronted that behavior in the Oval Office and the Cabinet Room, Joe Biden looks forward to doing the same on the debate stage.’”

That’s good to hear, and that’s tough talk…, but talk is talk, and talk is cheap.

We’ll see.

“The first debate is scheduled for [Tuesday] Sept. 29.”

I’ll definitely be watching…, if Sleepy Joe actually shows up.

 

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Mail-in, shmail-in.

Oh great…, we’re graduating to using “snail mail” to somehow enhance our voting system.

According to Tyler Olson of Fox News, “President Trump said Monday that it could take two months for Americans to see a result from November’s presidential election — a comment that came amid a tense back-and-forth over the merits of universal mail-in voting during an interview with Axios journalist Jonathan Swan.”

I believe taking two months to get the final election results is very optimistic.

On a side note…, you never hear the words “amid a tense back-and-forth” when describing Joe Biden’s interaction with a reporter do you?

Just sayin’.

Anyway…, “The comments during the ‘Axios (a news website) on HBO’ interview come as the debate over universal mail-in voting — which many states are doing despite Swan incorrectly asserting otherwise several times during the interview — has reached a fever pitch. Universal mail-in voting is a relatively novel practice in the U.S. in which states, largely because of the coronavirus pandemic, are mailing ballots (not applications for ballots) to all voters whether they request one or not.”

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Hey…, like they say, “Vote early and vote often!”

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“Some states, like Maryland, are mailing absentee ballot applications to voters rather than the ballots themselves. And such voting, requiring an application to get an absentee ballot, has long been common in the U.S. What is new is states mailing ballots to voters unprompted.”

‘“We went through World War I, you went to the polls, you voted. We went through World War II, you went to the polls, you voted. And now because of the China virus, we’re supposed to stay home, send millions of ballots all over the country, millions and millions,’ Trump told Swan during their wide-ranging conversation. ‘You know, you could have a case where this election won’t be decided on the evening of Nov. 3. This election could be decided two months later.’”

“Inauguration Day is about two-and-a-half months after Election Day. Swan replied that there is nothing necessarily wrong with having a delayed result, as long as the result is correct.”

What Mr. Swan means is, he has no problem waiting, however long it takes, until enough votes are produced to make the democrat the winner in the race.

‘“It could be decided many months later,’ Trump said. ‘Do you know why? Because lots of things will happen during that period of time. Especially when you have tight margins, lots of things can happen. There’s never been anything like this … Now, of course, right now we have to live with it, but we’re challenging it.’”

Your completely right, Sir…, LOTS of things can happen with these ballots.  They can mysteriously disappear, and they can miraculously appear…, whatever the case dictates.

“The president was referencing the lawsuits the Republican National Committee (RNC) and his campaign are bringing against some states over universal mail-in voting or other, similar issues.”

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“Trump on Monday threatened legal action against a universal mail-in voting plan in Nevada. Republicans, who oppose universal mail-in voting, have worried it could lead to ballot harvesting, ballots for dead people or ballots for people who’ve moved being fraudulently filled out, as well as ballots being lost in the mail, and more.”

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Ballot harvesting is the gathering and submitting of mail-in voter ballots by political operatives, third-party individuals, volunteers or workers, rather than submission by the voters themselves directly to ballot collection sites.

No potential for voter fraud here!!!

In fact, according to Andrew O’Reilly of Fox News, “A minor change in California’s election laws may have had a major effect on [the 2018] midterm elections that saw Democrats steamroll their Republican rivals and claim all but seven of the Golden State’s 53 House seats.”

What happened with those seven seats that went to republicans?

Did they run out of ballots to forge?

Or was the margin of victory in those districts just too much to realistically flip?

“Despite holding substantial leads on Election Day, many Republican candidates in California saw their advantage shrink, and then disappear, as late-arriving Democratic votes were counted in the weeks following the election. While no hard evidence is available, many observers point to the Democrats use of ‘ballot harvesting’ as a key to their success in the elections.”

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‘“Anecdotally there was a lot of evidence that ballot harvesting was going on,’ Neal Kelley, the registrar for voters in Southern California’s Orange County, told Fox News.”

“In Orange County – once seen as a Republican stronghold in the state– every House seat went to a Democrat after an unprecedented ‘250,000’ vote-by-mail drop-offs were counted, the San Francisco Chronicle reported.”

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‘“People were carrying in stacks of 100 and 200 of them. We had multiple people calling to ask if these people were allowed to do this,’ Kelley said.”

Can you imagine this going on across the country?

I think President Trump is right…, it would be weeks, probably months before the final vote was determined.

However long it would take democrats to produce enough ballots to get their desired result.

Tyler Olsen continues, “Democrats, on the other hand, have cited studies saying voter fraud via mail is relatively rare in the U.S., and noted that Trump and many on the right have voted via mail with absentee ballots — ballots a voter requests through a process before mailing in their vote. But universal mail-in voting has never been tried on the scale Democrats propose this fall.”

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You have to realize that democrats like to blur the line between absentee ballots and mail-in ballots for their own benefit.

“Already, increased mail-in voting has led to problems throughout the country, including four men being charged with voter fraud in Paterson, N.J., 100,000 ballots rejected in California during the March presidential primary, and more.”

Carl Campanile, Nolan Hicks and Bernadette Hogan for The New York Post report that, “The mail-in ballots of more than 84,000 New York City Democrats who sought to vote in the presidential primary were disqualified, according to new figures released by the Board of Elections.”

“The city [Board of Elections] BOE received 403,103 mail-in ballots for the June 23 Democratic presidential primary.”

“But the certified results released revealed that only 318,995 mail-in ballots were counted.”

“That means 84,108 ballots were not counted or invalidated — 21 percent of the total.”

“One out of four mail-in ballots were disqualified for arriving late, lacking a postmark or failing to include a voter’s signature, or other defects.”

And that election was just democrats running against other democrats!!!

Adam K. Raymond of the Intelligencer reports, “According to the New York Times elections-results page, three congressional primaries and a handful of State Senate and General Assembly primaries are still up in the air. The final calls haven’t been made for Ritchie Torres and Jamaal Bowman, who challenged longtime Representative Eliot Engel, but both are expected to win. Meanwhile, the race for the Democratic nomination in the 12th Congressional District is much tighter, with incumbent Representative Carolyn Maloney and Suraj Patel separated by fewer than 700 votes.”

These elections took place on June, 23.  Raymond wrote his article July 16, and it is now over a month later and the Maloney-Patel race has still not been determined.

Again…, can you imagine this type of thing on a national level?

And all of these problems occurred in a single congressional district!

Multiply that by hundreds on a national level.

The Asociated Press reports, “A judge [State Superior Court Judge Ernest Caposela] has ruled that a new election will be held in November for a disputed Paterson City [New Jersey] Council seat, just weeks after the race’s apparent winner and a sitting councilman were charged with voter fraud.”

“Alex Mendez had won a special election on May 12 [it’s now over three months later] to fill the seat, but claims of voter fraud were soon raised. An investigation was then launched after the U.S. Postal Service’s law enforcement arm told the state attorney general’s office about hundreds of mail-in ballots located in a mailbox in Paterson, along with more found in nearby Haledon.”

“Voter fraud charges were brought in June against Mendez, Paterson Council Vice President Michael Jackson and two other men: Shelim Khalique, of Wayne, and Abu Rayzen, of Prospect Park. An attorney for Councilman William McKoy, who had been defeated by Mendez, then successfully sought an injunction that barred Mendez from being sworn into office.”

“President Donald Trump has cited the disputed race as a case study in what could happen in an election conducted mostly by mail. His re-election campaign sued New Jersey on Tuesday in a bid to stop the state’s plans to conduct the November general election mostly by mail.”

I guess the incredible problems they experienced in a relatively small local election with mail-in voting did not phase them and their desire to be able to manipulate the state’s elections in November.

And again, and again…, can you imagine this type of thing extrapolated out on a national level?

In addition to all of that…, when people go to vote in person, election officials won’t know if they already voted via a mail-in ballot.

The election in November has the potential to be one hot mess.

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If the democrats are trying to turn this whole process into a three-ring circus, delegitimize our entire election process, and basically render our elections meaningless, they’re doing a good job of it.

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Just remember, democrats…, when it gets to the point that law abiding citizens feel their vote doesn’t matter anymore, you’re going to have a bigger problem on your hands…, a way bigger problem.

Just sayin’.

 

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Sally Yates…, are you kidding me?!

On night two of the democrat national “convention,” which no one is watching apparently, Sally Yates was chosen to speak for roughly three minutes.

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This is the Sally Yates who was the Deputy Attorney General under President Obama, and the Acting Attorney General at the very beginning of the Trump administration.

She started off by saying, “I worked to advance our nation’s promise of equal justice.”

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[You may have “worked” at this, Sally…, but you didn’t work very hard or very effectively…, at least from my point of view.]

[“Equal justice” under the law is really only a mythical concept to most Americans at this point.  We haven’t seen equal justice applied to the Washington crowd for decades.]

[She was fired 10 days into the Trump administration for refusing to enforce] “President Trump’s shameful and unlawful Muslim travel ban.”

[Which was later upheld by the Supreme Court as being legal…, so, not really “unlawful” now was it, Sally?]

[You’re allowed to consider the ban “shameful,” because that’s a matter of opinion…, but for someone who rose all the way up to Attorney General of The United States of America to call something “unlawful” when it’s not is what’s really shameful and disingenuous.]

“This was the start of his relentless attacks on our democratic institutions and countless dedicated public servants.”

[Excuse me!  “His relentless attacks?!]

[From day one, and even before that, President Trump has been the subject of a coordinated attack by democrats, by deep state officials in the FBI, the DOJ, the CIA, and many other governmental departments, and by the fake news, liberal propaganda, mainstream media.]

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[These attacks took the shape of “Russian collusion” claims, which evolved into the Mueller investigation, which lasted two years, and then the baseless impeachment sham.]

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“Like me, these people didn’t swear an oath to a person or a party.  Public servants promised to defend our Constitution and uphold our laws, and work on behalf of the American people.”

[The oath she and all of her fellow public servants took was this:]

[I, ___, do solemnly swear (or affirm) that I will support and defend the Constitution of the United States against all enemies, foreign and domestic; that I will bear true faith and allegiance to the same; that I take this obligation freely, without any mental reservation or purpose of evasion; and that I will well and faithfully discharge the duties of the office on which I am about to enter.  So help me God.]

[Based on this oath, it has become quite clear that you, Ms. Yates, and many of your “swampy” co-conspirators, failed to live up to your oaths. Your actions flew in the face of The Constitution of The United States, and your behavior was nothing short of treasonous.]

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“From the moment President trump took office, he’s used his position to benefit himself rather than our country. He’s trampled on the rule of law, trying to weaponize our Justice Department to attack his enemies and protect his friends.”

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[Excuse me…, again!]

[“Trampled the rule of law?!]

[“Weaponizing our Justice Department?!]

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[Are you seriously going to stand there and let these words come out of your lying mouth, Ms. Yates, knowing what we know now about President Obama’s efforts to spy on the Trump campaign, and then the Trump administration, while attempting to overturn the election with your and your co-conspirators’ treasonous “insurance policy?”]

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Obama

“Rather than standing up to Vladimir Putin, he fawns over a dictator who is still trying to interfere with our elections.”

[Lie, after lie, after shameless lie.]

[You really are quite pathetic, Ms. Yates.]

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[What do you call “standing up to Vladimir Putin?”]

[Do you call it “standing up” like when President Obama was caught on a hot mic apologizing to then Russian President Dmitry Medvedev by whispering, “after my election I’ll have more flexibility,” regarding missile defense negotiations.  Medvedev replied that he would “transmit this information to Vladimir,” as in Putin, the current president who was prime minister at the time.”]

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[Do you call it “standing up to Vladimir Putin” as in the Obama Administration’s controversial 2010 deal that gave Moscow control of a large swath of American uranium?]

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[Is that what you call “standing up to Vladimir Putin, Ms. Yates?]

[Or, how about the Obama administration (which includes you, Ms. Yates, and the FBI, and the DOJ) having knowledge of Russian interference into the 2016 election, but failing to alert the Trump campaign of this, and failing to do anything about this interference, really, other than attempt to use the whole scenario to falsely entrap President Trump into the fairy tale of “Russian collusion.”]

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[Is that what you call “standing up to Vladimir Putin, Ms. Yates?]

“His constant attacks on the FBI, the free press, Inspector Generals, federal judges…, they all have one purpose…, to remove any check on his abuse of power…, bankrupting our nation’s moral authority at home and abroad.”

[I’m sorry, Ms. Yates, but I think I just threw up in my mouth a little bit.]

[You obviously have NO shame.]

[And, “the free press?!  Are you referring to the propaganda arm of the democrat party?]

[And there is obviously nothing you wouldn’t say to help you and all of your disgustingly “swampy” friends get back to being in control.]

“Our country doesn’t belong to him…, it belongs to us, and Joe Biden embraces that.”

[And by “us” you mean the democrats and the deep state, right, Ms. Yates?]

“We need a president who respects our laws.”

[We already have a president who respects our laws, Ms. Yates!]

[President Trump is ALL about law and order.]

[What you really want is a president who respects your laws, not THE law.  You want a president who respects the unwritten laws of “the swamp…,” a president who will look the other way and make sure that “justice” is imparted according to “the swamp’s” desires, and not in accordance with equal, or fair, justice.

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When I see a Joe Biden yard sign…

When I see a Biden for president yard sign, I see a sign that says its owner is an idiot.

I’m really quite embarrassed for that person, or family…, I really am.

And if they’re not an idiot, then they’re a pursoseful anti-American.

When you advertise your support for Joe Biden with a yard sign, what are you really saying to everyone else?

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You’re saying you support a doddering old fool, who is incapable of thinking and speaking on his feet without a teleprompter.

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You’re saying you support a man who has been in government for 50 years, who has accomplished very little in all of those years, who has been on the wrong side of almost every foreign policy issue, yet he blames the current president, who has been in office for only 3½ years for all of our problems.

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But that’s just the beginning…, there’s more…, much more.

You’re saying you support lawlessness, riots, and the looting and burning of our cities.

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You’re saying you support the ANTIFA fascists and their communist tactics.

You’re saying you support the Black Lives Matter organization and their Marxist, anti-American intentions.

You’re saying you support the propagandizing of our news media, and the censoring of conservative speech, or any speech that does not agree with the liberal narrative.

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You’re saying you support the defunding of the police across our nation, obviously making us less safe.

You’re saying you support giving up our 2nd amendment rights, regarding gun ownership.

You’re saying you support the “Green New Deal,” which would handcuff our economy, and set us back a hundred years energy-wise, industry-wise, transportation-wise, and any other “wise” you can think of.

You’re saying you support open borders to our country.

You’re saying you support granting amnesty and citizenship to anyone who manages to stumble into our country, no questions asked.

You’re saying you support unfettered drug trafficking, child trafficking, and gang trafficking across our borders.

You’re saying you support free college tuition, free healthcare, and free food and housing benefits, whether you’re a legal citizen or not.

You’re saying you support the shipment of American jobs to foreign countries.

You’re saying you support our country “bending over” to foreign governments, terrorists, and anti-American sentiment around the world.

You’re saying you’re willing to ignore Biden’s racist past and racist present.

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You’re saying you’re willing to ignore the claims of Biden’s sexual misconduct (while a United States Senator).

You’re saying you’re willing to ignore Biden’s corrupt behavior with the Chinese government and his dealings with Ukraine.

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You’re saying you’re willing to ignore Biden’s role in the biggest scandal in American political history, regarding the spying on the Trump campaign and later the Trump administration.

Like I said…, YOU’RE SAYING YOU’RE AN IDIOT!

Not only that, but you’re saying I hate our country, and I’m willing to do everything I can to ruin it.

The Communist Party in American has already endorsed Joe Biden!

Why don’t you just put up a sign that reads, “I’M AN IDIOT, I HATE AMERICA, VOTE BIDEN!”

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Joe said what?!

Here it is…, the continuing saga of Sleepy Joe Biden attempting to speak coherently.

In addition to the Biden campaign’s concern about the China virus, more so, they need to be concerned about dementia, cognitive impairment and decline, and the dreaded “foot in mouth disease.”

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According to Joseph A. Wulfsohn of Fox News, “Former Vice President Joe Biden raised eyebrows Thursday with comments comparing the African American and Latino communities.”

On a side note…, why aren’t Whites every lumped into, or referred to as, a “community,” or one monolithic culture?”

Just sayin’.

Anyway…, “During an interview that aired at the convention of the National Association of Black Journalists and National Association of Hispanic Journalists, NPR’s [National Public Radio’s] Lulu Garcia-Navarro pressed the presumptive Democratic nominee if he would ‘re-engage’ with Cuba as president, something she suggested would have an impact on Cuban-American voters in Florida.”

‘“Yes, yes,’ Biden responded. ‘And by the way [Oh, oh…, this is when all of Sleepy Joe’s handlers hold their breaths!], what you all know, but most people don’t know, unlike the African American community, with notable exceptions, the Latino community is an incredibly diverse community with incredibly different attitudes about different things.’”

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Okay…, which is it, Joe?  Do we all know or do we all not know?

“He elaborated, ‘You go to Florida, you find a very different attitude about immigration in certain places than you do when you’re in Arizona, so it’s a very diverse community.’”

Thanks for the clarification, Creepy Joe.

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“The Trump campaign [@TrumpWarRoom] slammed its 2020 rival, tweeting ‘Uhh… did Joe Biden just say that Black people are all the same?’”

The answer to that would be, “yes.”

“Other critics piled on the former VP, [as well]:

‘“There’s no way to dress this up, folks,’ journalist Jeryl Bier [@JerylBier] tweeted.”

“Some of us would call this ‘racist,’” freelance writer Brad Polumbo [@brad_polumbo] tweeted.

Jason Howerton [@jason_howerton], the founder/CEO of Reach Digital tweeted, “It never ends.  This is incredible to witness.”

Rita Panahi [@RitaPanahi], a columnist for The Herald and Weekly Times, tweeted, “Joe! Dude! No. This is worse than ‘poor kids are just as smart as white kids.’”

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“Biden [also] sparked controversy across social media on Wednesday after a preview clip from the interview showed a separate tense exchange with CBS News correspondent Errol Barnett on whether the former VP has taken a cognitive test.”

‘“No, I haven’t taken a test. Why the hell would I take a test?”’

‘“Come on, man!’”

Gee…, I don’t know Sleepy Joe…, maybe because you want the toughest job in the world, but you don’t seem to be able to communicate coherently at all.

Is that a good enough reason?

‘“That’s like saying you, before you got on this program, you take a test where you’re taking cocaine or not. What do you think? Huh? Are you a junkie?’ Biden told Barnett, who is Black.”

Say what?

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“He later knocked President Trump, who previously boasted how he passed a cognitive test.”

‘“If he can’t figure out the difference between an elephant and a lion, I don’t know what the hell he’s talking about,’ Biden quipped about the president.”

YOU “don’t know what the hell HE’S talking about?”

None of us know what the hell you’re talking about, Sleepy Joe!

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And some of us are willing to drag you across the finish line, brain dead or not.

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Survey says, “Polls are useless!”  

We hear poll results reported to us on a daily basis.

“Most Americans believe this, or most Americans are in favor of that.”

“This politician is leading by so many points, or that politician is dropping in the polls.”

But, are these poll results worthy of even being reported anymore?

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The Pew Research Center says, “Polling is not ‘broken.’”

Of course, what would we expect them to say?

That’s what they do…, they poll public opinion.

They’re not going to undermine their own industry, are they?

In an attempt to validate their own value, I believe they have done just that.

Let’s take a look at Pew’s defense of “survey methodology.”

“A comprehensive review of polling accuracy published in 2018 found that ‘relying on vote intention polls from more than 200 elections in 32 countries over a period of more than 70 years, there is no evidence that poll errors have increased over time….’”

Oh, really.

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What about the 2016 presidential election polls?

“In 2016, problems with polls in a few key Midwestern states led many people to underestimate the chances of a Donald Trump victory. As a consequence, the immediate post-election assessment was that there had been a complete polling meltdown.”

And rightly so.

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“But that ‘insta-narrative’ turned out to be oversimplified. The 2016 election was not, in fact, an industry-wide failure for the polls.”

I beg to differ.

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The 2016 election WAS, INFACT, “an industry-wide failure for the polls.”

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“Rigorous national surveys – designed to measure the popular vote rather than capture the effects of the Electoral College – were quite accurate by historical standards.”

Is that so?

Then where did all of the “Donald Trump has NO path to victory” talk come from?

“An average of the final, publicly released national polls suggested that Hillary Clinton would win the overall popular vote by 3 percentage points, and she ultimately won by 2 points.”

Again…, really?

I do not recall any polls reporting that Donald Trump was anywhere near 2-3 points within catching Hillary Clinton.

This seems like a bit of revisionist history to me.

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Based on the polls, it was almost made to seem that a Trump voter was wasting their time even bothering to vote.

“Front and center among these problems is the fact that many state pollsters didn’t adjust their 2016 polls to reflect that college graduates are more likely to take surveys than adults with less formal education.”

Oh, really.

And what flawed survey did THAT information come from?

How would you “adjust” your poll in this case?

“This mattered more than in previous years, when there weren’t big partisan differences between the two groups. In 2016, however, college grads broke for Clinton while high school grads broke for Trump. State polls that didn’t adjust – or weight – their data by education were left with a biased sample.”

Sooooo, you have to be able to anticipate your poll results beforehand in order for you to be able to correctly adjust your poll results?

Alrighty then.

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“Looking ahead to 2020, election junkies can expect to see some high-quality polling done at the national level and in many states.”

Really?

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Why would we expect that?

Because that’s what you want us to believe for your own sake?

Survey says…, BINGO!

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“The polling industry was founded using mail and face-to-face interviews before it adapted to the rise of telephone connectivity. It is in the midst of another metamorphosis, changing once again to meet the spread of internet access. This means we are in a period of great variety in survey methods. With that comes innovation, risk, creativity and challenges.”

“While evidence suggests that well-funded, telephone-based surveys still work [And what evidence would that be?], they have become much more difficult and expensive to conduct. Difficult because the swarm of robocalls Americans now receive, along with the development of call blocking technologies, means that lots of people don’t answer calls from unknown numbers.”

“Response rates have gone from 36% in 1997 to 6% today.”

Wait…, what?

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“Response rates have gone from 36% in 1997 to 6% today.”

And Pew doesn’t see this as a serious problem?

Or, just a problem they are willing to overlook?

“The good news is that Pew Research Center studies conducted in 1997, 2003, 2012 and 2016 found little relationship between response rates and survey accuracy, and other researchers have found similar results.”

“Little relationship,” huh?

That would be “good news,” if it were true!

“The bad news is that it’s impossible to predict whether this remains true if response rates go down to 4%, 2% or 1%, and there is no sign that this trend is going to turn around as peoples’ technology habits continue to evolve.”

“It’s impossible to predict,” huh?

Again, I beg to differ.

The “bad news,” for Pew is, I think it’s completely reasonable to predict that such low response rates would definitely affect survey accuracy…, even more than they do now.

The question is, if the use of phone polls are fading out of these surveys, what is filling the response gap?

Pew Research Center says, “The internet.”

“As digital access became the norm, pollsters began to look for a way to reach respondents online. This method has a number of upsides [And a number of serious downsides.]. People can take the survey in private and at their convenience, pollsters don’t have to hire and manage roomfuls of live interviewers or pay phone bills, and survey methodologists have found that there are measurement advantages to self-administration. Market research surveys moved en masse to the web, and academics were drawn to the combination of low costs and ease of experimentation.”

“There is, however, one significant challenge. While there are ways to draw random samples of the U.S. population offline using master lists of people’s home addresses or phone numbers (thanks to the U.S. Postal Service and Federal Communications Commission, respectively), there is not yet a way to do this through the internet.”

NO WAY TO DRAW RANDOM SAMPLES THROUGH THE INTERNET!

Oh…, that’s the only “challenge?”

That’s a pretty significant challenge, I would say.

“Traditional survey research is aggressively based on the statistical theory of the random sample, where every member of the population has an identical (or at least known and nonzero) chance of being included. This produces surveys that reflect the country in all its racial, ethnic, religious and income diversity. Low response rates can erode the randomness of the sample.”

EXACTLY!!!

The methodology, that Pew describes here, blows the whole concept of “random sampling” out of the water…, making their surveys, and the surveys of others, virtually worthless.

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It’s the complete randomness factor that lends any level of validity to any of these polls.  Without that, we are really left with nothing worth reporting…, unless, of course, the poll seems to be in your favor.

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Thank you to The Pew Research Center, and these contributors to their report:

Claudia Deane, Vice President, Research, Courtney Kennedy, Director, Survey Research, Scott Keeter, Senior Survey Advisor, Arnold Lau, Research Analyst, Nick Hatley, Research Analyst, Andrew Mercer, Senior Research Methodologist, Rachel Weisel, Senior Communications Manager, Hannah Klein, Communications Manager, Calvin Jordan, Communications Associate, Andrew Grant, Communications Associate, and Travis Mitchell, Copy Editor.

 

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Trump is the big winner in this week’s primaries!

Yes…, President Trump just keeps on winning, while the democrats and the lamestream media come out the losers…, again.

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According to Doug Schoen, for Fox News, “Trump is big winner and Sessions is the big loser in Tuesday primaries, while Dems remain divided.”

He also reports that, “The President’s current chances for reelection may be stronger than national polls indicate.”

“There are two key takeaways from the outcome of Tuesday’s primaries in Alabama, Maine and Texas.”

“First, the big winner of the night was President Trump.  Several Trump-backed candidates defeated their opponents and unquestionably benefited significantly from The President’s support. The most notable of these was former Auburn University football coach Tommy Tuberville, who defeated former senator and attorney general Jeff Sessions for the GOP nomination for a U.S. Senate seat in Alabama. Tuberville will face Democratic Sen. Doug Jones, considered a highly vulnerable incumbent.”

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“Second, Democratic primary results show the party is deeply divided, complicating the Democrats’ path to winning majority control of the Senate and defeating Trump in the November election.”

“Alabama was the biggest race Tuesday and of special interest to [President] Trump. The President forced out Sessions as attorney general after Sessions recused himself from overseeing the investigation of Russia’s interference in the 2016 U.S. presidential election – a decision Sessions said he was required to make because he had been involved in the Trump campaign. Trump never forgave Sessions for the recusal and considered it a betrayal.”

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“In his bid to regain the Senate seat he resigned to become Trump’s attorney general, Sessions faced fierce opposition from The President, who repeatedly criticized him with harsh insults and actively supported Tuberville. Trump’s endorsement clearly carried more weight with voters than Sessions’ endorsements from prominent Republicans and his former Republican Senate colleagues, including Sen. Richard Shelby, R-Ala.”

So, who are these other “prominent republicans who went out of their way to buck President Trump and endorse Jeff Sessions?

Ann Coulter

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Michelle Malkin

And republican senators:

Jim Inhoffe (OK)

Pat Roberts (KS)

Mike Enzi (WY)

Mike Crapo (ID)

John Barrasso (WY)

Roy Blunt (MO)

John Boozman (AR)

Ron Johnson (WI)

Deb Fischer (NE)

Michelle Malkin…, you have broken my heart!  Jeff “the backstabber” Sessions?!  Really?  What could you have possibly been thinking?  I’m going to have to re-evaluate our relationship.

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And my own senator, Ron Johnson!  Why would you endorse Jeff “the mole” Sessions?!

Very disappointing.

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“Meanwhile, in Texas, former White House physician Dr. Ronny Jackson, who was endorsed by [President] Trump, won his primary for a U.S. House seat, beating out Josh Winegarner. Winegarner was endorsed by the outgoing Republican Rep. Mac Thornberry.”

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“In many ways, the weight of [President] Trump’s endorsements in Alabama and Texas signals that The President’s current chances for reelection may be stronger than national polls indicate.”

Recollecting the polls and their accuracy during the 2016 presidential election, I would say this is most definitely the case.

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A day or so before the primaries, I can recall the media touting that the Sessions-Tuberville race was a virtual toss-up.

Tuberville crushed Sessions, 60.7% to 39.3%.

Some kind of “toss-up,” huh?

“In several U.S. House and Senate Democratic primaries held in June, progressive challengers either defeated or came close to nearly defeating their well-funded establishment opponents.”

“Likewise, the division between the progressive and moderate factions of the party was manifest in Tuesday’s primaries.”

“Given the clear progressive insurgency within the Democratic Party across the country, there will also likely be greater pressure on the party to embrace left-leaning policies, such as defunding the police, which are unpopular with the general electorate.”

You mean most people don’t want to operate under jungle rules?

You mean most people believe that criminals should be arrested?

You mean that most people believe that other people who can’t behave in a civilized manner should be dealt with accordingly?

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If that’s what you mean, well then maybe you do agree with me that these favorable polls for Sleepy Joe are seriously flawed.

It’s hard to believe the democrats believe most people in the country want the Chicago, the L.A., or the New York lifestyle of burning, looting, shooting, killing and just general lawlessness.

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“Doing so could cost the Democrats the presidency, the Senate, and even their current House majority.”

We can only hope!

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The only mention of these primary events by CNN is a whiney little article about Sessions and how he was mistreated by The President, and how he paid the price for being associated with President Trump somehow, even though The President firmly backed his opponent in the primary.

Only the “logic” of CNN can explain that “expert” analysis.

WINNING!

 

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Polls?  Who needs polls?

According to Joseph A. Wulfsohn of Fox News, “Stony Brook professor Helmut Norpoth says Trump has a 91% chance of winning in November.”

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“Despite recent polls that identify Joe Biden as the heavy favorite in 2020, a political science professor is still standing by his prediction model that shows President Trump having a ‘91 percent’ chance of winning in November.”

Allow me to remind you of another poll that had a “heavy favorite!”

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I think we have seen these polls are extremely flawed and propagandistic in nature.

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‘“Mediaite’ [Mediaite is a digital news site that covers political news] reported on Wednesday that Stony Brook professor Helmut Norpoth is doubling down on his ‘Primary Model,’ which has correctly predicted five out of the past six elections since 1996 and every single election but two in the past 108 years.”

‘“The Primary Model gives Trump a 91 percent chance of winning in November,’ Norpoth said. ‘This model gets it right for 25 of the 27 elections since 1912, when primaries were introduced.’”

“As Mediaite noted, the two elections the model failed to predict were the 1960 election of John F. Kennedy and the 2000 [hanging chad] election of George W. Bush.”

“Norpoth’s model examines the results of presidential primaries as the strongest indicator as to the outcome in the general election, not the polls that dominate the political discussion. According to Norpoth, Biden is in a much weaker position than Trump because of his poor showing in the first two primary races.”

“Before making the stunning comeback in the South Carolina primary and carrying the following races, Biden came in fourth place in Iowa with just 15.8 percent of the vote and came in fifth place in New Hampshire with just 8.4 percent.”

“Norpoth stressed that ‘enthusiasm is key.’”

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And I think we all know where the enthusiasm lies.

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“Norpoth’s model, which correctly predicted Trump’s victory roughly nine months before the 2016 election, suggests that the president will win by even a wider margin in the electoral college with 362 electoral votes versus the 304 he earned against Hillary Clinton. Mediaite pointed out such a victory would nearly match Barack Obama’s 2008 election, when he earned 365 electoral votes.”

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Please check out my own prediction blogs from March 16, 2020,

EXTRA, EXTRA, READ ALL ABOUT IT!  THE DEMOCRAT PARTY WON’T BE THE SAME AFTER THE 2020 ELECTION!

https://mrericksonrules.com/2020/03/16/extra-extra-read-all-about-it-the-democrat-party-wont-be-the-same-after-the-2020-election/

 

And from December 18, 2018.

“It’s tough to make predictions…, especially about the future.” – New York Yankee great, Yogi Berra

https://mrericksonrules.com/2018/12/18/its-tough-to-make-predictions-especially-about-the-future-new-york-yankee-great-yogi-berra/

 

“The Stony Brook professor appeared on ‘The Ingraham Angle’ back in May making the same prediction.”

“While the ‘Primary Model’ hands Trump his reelection, national polls suggest Biden will win handily in November. The Real Clear Politics average shows the former VP besting the sitting president by 8.7 points. In the latest Fox News poll, Biden has a 12 point lead over Trump.”

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All I can say is, “All of you democrats/socialists/fascists/communists out there…, you just go on believing you have a 12 point lead over our guy.  That’s fine with us.”

I refuse to believe that the majority of the people in this country…

… want to defund and do away with police departments across the country.

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… feel that rioting, looting and burning is a right.

… agree that the mob rules, and can destroy any statue, monument or memorial they feel like destroying, and at any time.

… feel that criminals have more rights than law abiding citizens do.

… feel that illegal immigrants have more rights than law abiding citizens do.

… feel it’s okay to disrespect our country and our flag.

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… feel that it’s okay for politicians and the media to lie right to our faces, and on an on-going basis.

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… feel that it’s okay to mercilessly attack, investigate, and harass our duly elected president.

… feel that it’s okay for our schools and colleges to operate as indoctrination centers for the liberals and their socialist/fascist/communist ideals.

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… feel it’s okay for our country to have open borders, allowing people to stroll into our country whenever they want, while immediately becoming eligible for any and all benefits.

… feel our country and our society is evil at its core and needs to be “transformed” into some other vague type of socialist/fascist/communist hybrid type of government.

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… want our tax cuts rescinded, and our taxes raised.

… want business tax cuts rescinded, and businesses forced out of our country again.

… want to allow climate change scientists to dictate our economy and our way of life.

… want the price of gas to go up, and want us to become dependent on Middle Eastern oil again.

… want to hand over all of our guns and do away with our 2nd amendment rights.

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… want to move away from a free market economic system to a socialistic system.

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… want our jobs to head back overseas.

… want our manufacturing companies to disappear…, again.

… want our country to be played for a fool, internationally…, again.

… want government to control every aspect of our lives.

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And that’s just the start of what I refuse to believe the majority of the people in this country support.

Just sayin’.

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