Are Democrats Beginning to Have a Feeling of Deja Vu About the 2020 Presidential Election? They’d Better

FoxNews.com reports that

Public polls show former Vice President Joe Biden entering the post-Labor Day sprint to November holding a substantial lead over President Trump — and all Democratic Party activists and operatives can think of is the looming sense of déjà vu hanging over their heads.

In interviews, those who work on Democratic campaigns voice suspicion over Biden’s lead, confident that something else will go wrong just as it did four years ago when Hillary Clinton’s advantage evaporated in the weeks leading up to Election Day. Many go so far as to compare their skepticism to a form of post-traumatic stress.


“It’s just PTSD,” said Steve Schale, a Florida Democratic strategist who runs a pro-Biden super PAC. “There’s nobody actually working on this race that feels overly confident at this point. There’s a long way to go.”


Some Democrats worried that Trump’s focus on protests in big cities would swing an electorate that has so far paid more attention to the botched handling of the coronavirus pandemic and the resulting economic downturn. 

But a new round of polls show Biden maintaining his advantage after both the Republican and Democratic conventions.

Since the end of the GOP convention, Biden has led public surveys in Pennsylvania, North Carolina, Arizona, Wisconsin and Florida. Trump has led in one survey of Florida voters, and the two men are tied in another, released Tuesday by NBC News.


Nationally, Biden’s post-convention lead stands anywhere between 2 points, in an Emerson survey, and 10 points, in polls conducted by Quinnipiac University, the University of Southern California and CBS News.


Democrats say they aren’t buying it.


“The polls are good omens, but if you didn’t think Trump could win in 2016 and you don’t trust him now given all his administration has done to break trust with American citizens, then you’re hesitant to call it,” said Katy Siddall, a Democratic strategist in Iowa, another state where polls have showed a surprisingly close race.


…“In 2016, it was cool to criticize people raising concerns in the Clinton-Trump polling as ‘bed-wetters’ and confidently point to the blue wall. Today that’s not really an acceptable point of view, so instead everyone is over-indexing for doom and gloom,” said Andy Barr, who runs a Democratic consulting firm in Arizona. “As an industry we’re always more cocky after winning the previous cycle and always more nervous after losing.”


But with hindsight, Democrats say they underestimated Trump’s appeal to voters and that some may have allowed their certainty that he could not win to get the better of them.

There is no such apathy this year.


“Democrats could almost not conceive of a path to a loss,” said Joe Zepecki, a Wisconsin-based Democratic strategist. “It’s better to be holding a statistically significant lead and be nervous as all hell than to hold a modest lead and not be nervous at all.”


Democrats also marvel at the zeal that Trump’s most committed fans show. Flotilla parades, like one this weekend on Lake Travis in Austin, Texas, that inadvertently sank five boats, are easy punch lines, but the Trump flags that fly from homes are not so easily dismissed.


“The devotion of Trump voters, the many flags and homemade signs they fly, and the level of ardor they are showing is remarkable. Those visible signs you don’t usually see for a political candidate,” said Dave Waymire, a Michigan-based operative. “You see those signs and go, whoa.”


Some party strategists roll their eyes at the constant paranoia, the sense that whatever can go wrong will go wrong. But they say they can use those nerves to keep up a frenetic pace through Election Day.


“The wild swings between complacency and panic are not helpful, but I’d rather have people be nervous than take anything for granted,” said Josh Schwerin, a senior adviser to Priorities USA, the largest Democratic super PAC. “Our expectation is that the race will tighten as we get closer to Election Day, and it’s going to take a level-headed grind from everyone involved to win this thing.”


Every four years, presidential contenders tell their voters that the upcoming election is the most important in their lifetime. This time, as the pandemic spreads and the economy lies in tatters, the party strategists working on the race believe it to their core.


“The stakes are just off the charts,” said Brian Brokaw, who ran Sen. Kamala Harris’s (D-Calif.) 2010 campaign for state attorney general. “It’s better to be up in the polls than down, but on the other hand at this point we’re smart enough to know that you can never get comfortable.”

FoxNews.com reports that

Public polls show former Vice President Joe Biden entering the post-Labor Day sprint to November holding a substantial lead over President Trump — and all Democratic Party activists and operatives can think of is the looming sense of déjà vu hanging over their heads. In interviews, those who work on Democratic campaigns voice suspicion over Biden’s lead, confident that something else will go wrong just as it did four years ago when Hillary Clinton’s advantage evaporated in the weeks leading up to Election Day. Many go so far as to compare their skepticism to a form of post-traumatic stress. “It’s just PTSD,” said Steve Schale, a Florida Democratic strategist who runs a pro-Biden super PAC. “There’s nobody actually working on this race that feels overly confident at this point. There’s a long way to go.” Some Democrats worried that Trump’s focus on protests in big cities would swing an electorate that has so far paid more attention to the botched handling of the coronavirus pandemic and the resulting economic downturn.  But a new round of polls show Biden maintaining his advantage after both the Republican and Democratic conventions. Since the end of the GOP convention, Biden has led public surveys in Pennsylvania, North Carolina, Arizona, Wisconsin and Florida. Trump has led in one survey of Florida voters, and the two men are tied in another, released Tuesday by NBC News. Nationally, Biden’s post-convention lead stands anywhere between 2 points, in an Emerson survey, and 10 points, in polls conducted by Quinnipiac University, the University of Southern California and CBS News. Democrats say they aren’t buying it. “The polls are good omens, but if you didn’t think Trump could win in 2016 and you don’t trust him now given all his administration has done to break trust with American citizens, then you’re hesitant to call it,” said Katy Siddall, a Democratic strategist in Iowa, another state where polls have showed a surprisingly close race. …“In 2016, it was cool to criticize people raising concerns in the Clinton-Trump polling as ‘bed-wetters’ and confidently point to the blue wall. Today that’s not really an acceptable point of view, so instead everyone is over-indexing for doom and gloom,” said Andy Barr, who runs a Democratic consulting firm in Arizona. “As an industry we’re always more cocky after winning the previous cycle and always more nervous after losing.” But with hindsight, Democrats say they underestimated Trump’s appeal to voters and that some may have allowed their certainty that he could not win to get the better of them. There is no such apathy this year. “Democrats could almost not conceive of a path to a loss,” said Joe Zepecki, a Wisconsin-based Democratic strategist. “It’s better to be holding a statistically significant lead and be nervous as all hell than to hold a modest lead and not be nervous at all.” Democrats also marvel at the zeal that Trump’s most committed fans show. Flotilla parades, like one this weekend on Lake Travis in Austin, Texas, that inadvertently sank five boats, are easy punch lines, but the Trump flags that fly from homes are not so easily dismissed. “The devotion of Trump voters, the many flags and homemade signs they fly, and the level of ardor they are showing is remarkable. Those visible signs you don’t usually see for a political candidate,” said Dave Waymire, a Michigan-based operative. “You see those signs and go, whoa.” Some party strategists roll their eyes at the constant paranoia, the sense that whatever can go wrong will go wrong. But they say they can use those nerves to keep up a frenetic pace through Election Day. “The wild swings between complacency and panic are not helpful, but I’d rather have people be nervous than take anything for granted,” said Josh Schwerin, a senior adviser to Priorities USA, the largest Democratic super PAC. “Our expectation is that the race will tighten as we get closer to Election Day, and it’s going to take a level-headed grind from everyone involved to win this thing.” Every four years, presidential contenders tell their voters that the upcoming election is the most important in their lifetime. This time, as the pandemic spreads and the economy lies in tatters, the party strategists working on the race believe it to their core. “The stakes are just off the charts,” said Brian Brokaw, who ran Sen. Kamala Harris’s (D-Calif.) 2010 campaign for state attorney general. “It’s better to be up in the polls than down, but on the other hand at this point we’re smart enough to know that you can never get comfortable.”

I do not believe that the Democratic Analysts are any more aware of the political opinions of average Americans living in the Heartland than they were 4 years ago.

Today’s Democrats, for all of their “common man” B.S., still believe that all of America is like the Northeastern Beltway and the Left Coast…and it they aren’t, they should be.

If the Democrats were confident in he ability of Biden and Harris to win in November, they would have to have their minions in the Main Stream Media publish fake news stories featuring anonymous sources designed to bring President Trump down or at least hurt his reelection campaign.

Their plans to bring Trump down have all failed and will continue to fail.

The devotion of “Trump fans” which the Democrats have “noticed” is not being swayed by the Democrats’ fake news stories and propaganda videos.

Average Americans, just as they did in 2016, are paying attention to what they see and hear on Fox News, OANN, and social Media.

That is why Trump continues to pack them in at his MAGA Rallies and Biden can’t fill a church in Kenosha.

Americans still vote with their pocket books. They can see that the economy is coming back.

They also know who is going to increase their taxes in order to “share the wealth”.

The false bravado of Kamala Harris notwithstanding, the Dems know that they are going to lose again to Donald J. Trump unless they can limit the appearances of both Biden and Harris, who have become liabilities.

And, even that has not helped.

It is hard to hide the fact that Biden is suffering from dementia and that Harris has the personality of a cheese grater.

I know…they could have them both drop out due to “Health Concerns” and have “Mooch” Obama and “San Fran Nan” Pelosi run in their place.

Oh, wait…that would not be any better, would it?

Until He Comes,

KJ

Some Progressive Political Activists Are Not Happy That Biden Picked Harris

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https://twitter.com/Lrihendry/status/1293312053583675397?s=20

FoxNews.com reports that

Some progressives expressed their frustration and condemnation of Joe Biden’s selection of Sen. Kamala Harris, D-Calif., as his running mate.

Ever since Biden became the presumptive Democratic nominee, there has been an ongoing debate on the left as to who he could pick as his vice president that can motivate enough of the base, including supporters of Sen. Bernie Sanders, I-Vt., to support the ticket in November.

On Tuesday, Biden announced that Harris would be his vice president.

Sanders himself extended his support for his Senate colleague and former 2020 rival.

“Congratulations to @KamalaHarris, who will make history as our next Vice President. She understands what it takes to stand up for working people, fight for health care for all, and take down the most corrupt administration in history. Let’s get to work and win,” the Vermont senator tweeted.

However, several Bernie supporters and other progressive journalists slammed the Biden-Harris ticket.

Briahna Joy Gray, who previously served as Sanders’ national press secretary and has been an outspoken critic of Biden since her former boss withdrew from the race, invoked Harris’ tenure as the California attorney general.

“We are in the midst of the largest protest movement in American history, the subject of which is excessive policing, and the Democratic Party chose a “top cop” and the author of the Joe Biden crime bill to save us from Trump. The contempt for the base is, wow,” Gray reacted.

Left-leaning journalist Michael Tracey called Biden’s selection a “nightmarishly bad pick in every way.”

“Kamala’s presidential campaign was a total humiliating disaster. One of the worst of all time, considering the amount of unearned hype she received. Did everybody miss that, or what?” Tracey asked.

“Well, there you have it. @JoeBiden gives the middle finger to progressives, #BlackLivesMatter protesters, and black voters under the age of 50,” Status Coup co-founder Jordan Chariton tweeted.

“Crime bill author Joe Biden selects ‘top cop’ Kamala Harris for VP as racial justice and police abolition protests continue across the country,” progressive journalist Walker Bragman wrote.

“Apparently the answer to a movement for black lives is someone who helped perpetuate a lock em up regime while letting the powerful in Silicon Valley and Wall Streeters like Steve Mnuchin loot with impunity. Happy 2020,” The Hill’s Krystal Ball wrote.

“Biden going with the strategically brilliant move of picking somebody for VP who is despised by both the right and the left,” progressive commentator Kyle Kulinski quipped.

“This is when everyone who either said they would never vote for Bernie in the general or argued that he could never win bc he’s a socialist Jew will attack anyone criticizing Harris for strategic or moral reasons as handing the election to Trump,” podcast host Katie Halper tweeted.

So, we have quite a Presidential ticket on the Democrat side…a serial groper and a woman who, as Roseanne Barr described her to Candace Owens, “slept her way to he bottom”.

Yesterday morning, the following story ran on nypost.com

Former San Francisco Mayor Willie Brown has urged ex-girlfriend Sen. Kamala Harris to reject presumptive Democratic nominee Joe Biden if he asks her to be his running mate.

In an op-ed published in the San Francisco Chronicle over the weekend, Brown advised his ex to “politely decline” Biden’s vice presidential offer, arguing that she should instead aim for US attorney general.

“Harris is a tested and proven campaigner who will work her backside off to get Biden elected. That said, the vice presidency is not the job she should go for — asking to be considered as attorney general in a Biden administration would be more like it,” Brown wrote of the California Democrat, who is widely considered to be the front-runner in the VP race.

Brown, 86, argued that while being included on a presidential ticket “is obviously a huge honor … the glory would be short-lived.”

“Historically, the vice presidency has often ended up being a dead end. For every George H.W. Bush, who ascended from the job to the presidency, there’s an Al Gore, who never got there.”

By the way, Willie Brown was still married while he and Kamala Harris were “dating”.

Classy, huh?

During the upcoming campaign, Harris will probably describe herself as a “progressive prosecutor”, according to University of San Francisco Law Professor Lara Bazelon, in an article she wrote for the New York Times, which was published on January 17, 2019, don’t you believe it.

Time after time, when progressives urged her to embrace criminal justice reforms as a district attorney and then the state’s attorney general, Ms. Harris opposed them or stayed silent. Most troubling, Ms. Harris fought tooth and nail to uphold wrongful convictions that had been secured through official misconduct that included evidence tampering, false testimony and the suppression of crucial information by prosecutors.

Consider her record as San Francisco’s district attorney from 2004 to 2011. Ms. Harris was criticized in 2010 for withholding information about a police laboratory technician who had been accused of “intentionally sabotaging” her work and stealing drugs from the lab. After a memo surfaced showing that Ms. Harris’s deputies knew about the technician’s wrongdoing and recent conviction, but failed to alert defense lawyers, a judge condemned Ms. Harris’s indifference to the systemic violation of the defendants’ constitutional rights.

Ms. Harris contested the ruling by arguing that the judge, whose husband was a defense attorney and had spoken publicly about the importance of disclosing evidence, had a conflict of interest. Ms. Harris lost. More than 600 cases handled by the corrupt technician were dismissed.

Impressive legal career? Hardly.

As the Fox News article above shows, her behavior as prosecutor is not going to make her a popular Vice-residential choice among the members of Black Lives Matter.

Come to think of it, her beneficial “romance” with a married man is not going o endear her to black church-going Americans, either.

Okay, so to say that the choice of Harris as VP Candidate is going to offend some Democrats is an understatement. And, that being the case, her and Sleepy Joe are going t have to present a united front.

But, can they?

Yesterday, FoxNews.com posted the following reminder…

Sen. Kamala Harris, who was announced as presumptive Democratic nominee Joe Biden’s running mate on Tuesday, once said that she believed women who accused Biden of inappropriate touching.

“I believe them, and I respect them being able to tell their story and having the courage to do it,” the California senator told reporters in April 2019.

Biden had been accused by a number of women of inappropriate touching and kissing, including by a Nevada politician who said he came up behind her at a 2014 campaign stop and kissed her on the back of her head.

“He’s going to have to make that decision for himself,” Harris said when asked if Biden, who hadn’t announced a presidential bid at the point, should still run. “I wouldn’t tell him what to do.”

Well, I was going to call Kamala Harris a hypocrite for accepting the offer to be Sleepy Joe’s VP.

But, considering the fact that she not only was “in a relationship” with a married man but flaunted it around town and as prosecutor she violated defendant’s rights, I would say that she really does not have a moral and ethical stance which she could betray through hypocrisy.

That being said, she and the serial groper should get along just fine.

Until He Comes,

KJ

 

 

Once a Plagiarist, Always a Plagiarist…Biden Announces an “America First” Plan…Sound Familiar?

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“We hold these truths to be self-evident. All men and women created by — you know, you know, the thing.” – Presumptive Democratic Presidential Candidate Joe Biden

FoxNews.com reports that

Presumptive Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden returned to his childhood hometown in Pennsylvania on Thursday during a trip where he proposed spending $700 billion on American products and research – in the hopes of bringing back millions of jobs lost by an economy flattened by the coronavirus pandemic.

The former vice president unveiled his populist plan during a speech at a metal works factory in Dunmore, Pa., just minutes from his childhood home in Scranton.

His proposal – called the “Build Back Better” plan – also seeks to create 5 million new jobs and is the first of four economic proposals Biden is expected to roll out over the coming weeks.

“Let’s use this opportunity to take bold investments in American industry and innovation, so the future is made in America, all in America,” Biden emphasized.

“When the federal government spends taxpayers’ money, we should use it to buy American products and support American jobs,” he added.

The American-centric proposals spotlighted by Biden will compete in this year’s White House race with the “America first” agenda long pushed by President Trump, who has emphasized protecting American workers and re-energizing domestic industries in decline while moving away from free trade and a global economy.

In a speech carried live by all three major national cable news networks, Biden repeatedly struck a populist theme and spotlighted his working class roots.

“If I am fortunate enough to be elected president, I’ll be laser-focused on working families, the middle-class families I came from here in Scranton, not the wealthy investor class. They don’t need me. But working families do,” he stressed. “We must reward work as much as we rewarded wealth, but now we just reward excessive wealth.”

“I do not buy for one second that the vitality of American manufacturing is a thing of the past,” Biden said. He also touted his longstanding close ties to union workers, saying, “I had an uncle who said, ‘Joey, you’re labor from belt buckle to shoe sole.’ Well I’ve taken pride in that.”

The first part of the former vice president’s proposal is a $400 billion investment by the federal government to purchase American products such as cement, concrete, steel, and other materials to rebuild the nation’s crumbling infrastructure.

The second part is a $300 billion investment in research for new technologies, such as electric vehicles, artificial intelligence, and 5G.

 Biden’s plan also calls for new tax breaks and credits for small manufacturers – including those run by minorities and women – and would levy penalties on companies who take federal money and then move their investments overseas. The campaign says that Biden will also push federal investments toward overlooked parts of the country that have not received government help.

The former vice president also took a firm tone towards China, pushing for “aggressive trade enforcement actions.”

Biden’s proposals appear to be an acknowledgment of the political success the president has enjoyed pushing his “America First” agenda. Trump’s victory in the 2016 presidential election was in part due to his promises of bringing back American jobs and re-inflating flagging industries. And as president, he’s waged an aggressive trade war with China and slapped tariffs on other nations, including longtime allies.

The president’s reelection campaign has slammed Biden for the slow economic recovery from the Great Recession during Biden’s tenure as President Obama’s vice president.

“Biden’s policies caused the slowest economic recovery since the Great Depression, anemic job growth, and depressed wages for the workers left,” Trump campaign national press secretary Hogan Gidley argued.

And campaign manager Brad Parscale – taking aim at Biden’s past support for free trade deals – tweeted earlier Thursday that “Biden voted for [North American Free Trade Agreement], then spent decades defending it while 850,000 Americans lost their jobs.”

Back in 1988, Joe Biden was running for President as a Democratic Primary Candidate.

Sleepy Joe was caught plagiarizing rhetoric from then-British Labor Party leader Neil Kinnock in three separate instances at a Democratic debate at the Iowa State Fair.

Biden later admitted that he should have said that he was “paraphrasing” Kinnock when he said those remarks. Later, he was later accused of using statements from the late Robert F. Kennedy as his own in another speech. It was also reported at the time that he either “quoted or paraphrased” John F. Kennedy and Hubert Humphrey “without credit.”

Sleepy Joe also admitted that he plagiarized while writing a paper in law school.

And now, as the presumptive 2020 Democratic Presidential Candidate, Sleepy Joe Biden has attempted t plagiarize the campaign slogan and strategy of President Donald J. Trump which helped him to win in 2016.

There is one problem with Biden’s strategy: No one believes him.

He has had decades in Washington to do what he is claiming that he will do if, God forbid, he is somehow elected president.

Biden, like the rest of the “Moderate Liberals”, an oxymoron if there ever was one, has totally joined in lockstep march with the rest of the Far Left Marxists in the Democratic Party.

Because of his obvious mental and physical deterioration, Biden will not be able to mentally or physically handle the herculean task of being the President of the United States of America.

And, if you believe that the Far Left Democrats are actually going through on a promises which mirror Donald Trump’s successes which they despise as much as they despise America, then I have a free pair of tickets to go see the Dixie Chicks waiting for you in Bubba Wallace’s NASCAR Garage.

To propose a a plagiarized campaign strategy like this for a loser of a candidate like Sleepy Joe Biden is embarrassing, even for the arrogant out-of-touch Democrat Elite.

Biden told the Main Stream Media in 1988, after being nailed as a plagiarist, that

“I’ve done some dumb things, and I’ll do dumb things again.”

That was an understatement.

Until He Comes,

KJ

Fox News Poll Claims That Biden’s Lead is Widening Over President Trump While Zogby Poll Says That 55% Believe That Biden Has Dementia

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FoxNews.com reports that

Democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden continues to lead President Donald Trump in the race for the White House, as majorities say racism, unemployment, and coronavirus pose a major threat to the stability of the country, according to the latest Fox News Poll.

Biden supporters are far more likely to say fear that Trump might win is behind their vote choice (63 percent) than to say it is enthusiasm for Biden (31 percent).  The opposite is true among those backing Trump, as almost twice as many of his supporters say enthusiasm is the motivation (62 percent) rather than fear Biden could win (33 percent).

Fear is a big factor when it comes to turnout, and that could help Biden.  In 2016, more of those backing Trump (61 percent) than Hillary Clinton (54 percent) said fear motivated them.

“Negative emotions like fear, anxiety, and anger, can be powerful motivators for political participation,” says Daron Shaw, who conducts the Fox News Poll with Democrat Chris Anderson. “The lack of enthusiasm for Biden, however, does create an opening for Trump to define him as out of touch and not up to the task.”

In the head-to-head matchup, the poll finds Biden leads Trump by a 50-38 percent margin.  That 12-point advantage is statistically significant, and up from Biden’s 8-point lead last month (48-40 percent).

For over a year, the portion backing Trump against Biden has stayed between 37-42 percent.  Biden’s support has ranged from 42-52 percent.

“Trump needs to expand beyond traditional Republican groups and cut Biden’s support among independents,” says Shaw.  “The best news in the poll for the Trump campaign is a significant percentage of independents saying they haven’t decided or are considering a third-party option.”

Excuse me, gentlemen….but, I highly question the accuracy and veracity of your poll.

Per Newsmax.com

Fifty-five percent of likely voters believe presumptive Democratic Party presidential nominee Joe Biden is in the early stages of dementia, according to a Zogby poll released Wednesday.

President Donald Trump has consistently ridiculed Biden over his verbal gaffes and memory lapses and portrayed him as an old man who would be committed to a retirement home if he were to be elected.

“They are going to put him in a home and other people are going to be running the country,” Trump said in early March during a rally in Charlotte, North Carolina.

“Sleepy Joe,” Trump added, “he doesn’t even know where he is or what he’s doing or what office he’s running for. Honestly, I don’t think he knows what office he’s running for.”

Biden’s age, 77, has been a consistent source of discussion during the 2020 campaign.

The Zogby poll found majorities of Republicans and independents thought Biden had early onset dementia, while nearly a third of Democrats thought this was the case.

If 55% of Americans believe that “Sleepy Joe” is in the early stages of dementia, breaking point to believe that the majority of Americans want him to be our next President.

Did the polling companies working for Fox News call you?

They sure didn’t call me.

Ever since the doom and gloom polls started appearing after Donald J. Trump announced his candidacy for the Republican Nomination in the 2016 Presidential Election, I have watched as poll after poll, no matter how well Trump is actually doing with American Citizens, painted a picture of a struggling novice who could not compete with “real” politicians.

Marshall McLuhan wrote that

The media is the message.

Well, in the past couple of decades, the Main Stream Media has become not just the message, but also judge, jury, and political executioner.

And, unfortunately, thanks to the influence of the Liberal daughter-in-laws of Rupert Murdoch and RINO Paul Ryan on their Board of Directors, Fox News has been overcompensating to the Left for quite a while now “in order to keep its programming fair and balanced”.

The daily diatribes from Juan Williams, Donna Brazile, and the little mousey brown-haired Liberal Female Commenter, whose name doesn’t really matter, have made me more than once turn the channel to reruns of…well…just about anything.

Fox News needs to recognize who made them into the News Juggernaut that they are.

It most certainly was not American Liberals.

It was average Americans.

The same average Americans who are called “Deplorables”, who voted for Trump the first time and who are going to vote for him again, no matter what skewed polling which has nothing whatsoever to do with reality shows in a graphic on a TV screen.

If polls decided a Presidential Election, Hillary Clinton would be sitting in the Oval Office.

Like a politician’s press secretary, pollsters can word polling questions and skew the sample of voters which they take to achieve whatever outcome they want their poll to have.

You want to see a true picture of how American Voters feel about President Trump?

Leave the Northeastern Beltway and the Left Coast and travel to the Heartland of America and speak to the average Americans living there.

Even with the economic hardships and the Democratic Governors’ fascist overstepping brought on by the Chinese Coronavirus, average Americans will still be there supporting the man who will reopen American and bring our country back…again.

In reality, the average Americans whom I am referring to, the ones who made Fox News the overwhelming leader among the Cable News Channels and who elected Donald J. Trump the 45th President of the United States of America, couldn’t warm up to Sleepy Joe if they were cremated together.

Fox News, you should be ashamed of yourself for putting out a piece of garbage like this poll.

I thought you were better than that.

Until He Comes,

KJ

 

Trump Rallies the Conservative Base at CPAC With a 90 Minute Barnburner of a Speech…Why the Dems Don’t Stand a Chance

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President Trump makes fun of Democratic Candidate “Mini Mike” Bloomberg

FoxNews.com reports that

President Trump rallied the core of the conservative activist base Saturday with a fiery address mercilessly mocking his potential Democratic presidential foes, railing against the “Washington swamp” and shaming Republican Sen. Mitt Romney for defecting on the final impeachment vote.

Closing out the annual Conservative Political Action Conference outside Washington with a speech that lasted over 90 minutes, Trump ripped into what he called the “hate-filled left-wing mob.” But in the wake of impeachment and the Russia probe, Trump praised Republicans for sticking together.

The crowd at CPAC booed Romney, R-Utah, who in 2012 won the conservative conference’s straw poll for the preferred GOP presidential nominee. But times have changed after he voted to convict Trump on the abuse of power article approved by the House.

“He got some good publicity,” Trump said. “He’s a low life.”

Trump went on to sound off on the 2020 Democratic presidential candidates in deeply personal terms, hitting hard against former New York City Mayor Mike Bloomberg, whom he has dubbed “mini Mike,” and Sen. Elizabeth Warren, D-Mass., whom he calls “Pocahontas” over her ancestry controversy.

Going after “mini Mike,” he said of Bloomberg’s debate debut, “That was probably the worst debate performance of any presidential debate.”

“Boy, did Pocahontas destroy him,” Trump continued, while diverting momentarily to mock Warren’s Native American ancestry test. “And look what I did to her—she went out and got a test. Remember when I said I have more Indian blood in me than she does, and I have none. Would love to have some, but I have none. … She was really mean to mini Mike, I’ll tell you, the way she treated him.”

Then Trump turned to theatrics to taunt his fellow New Yorker, as Trump said of the diminutive ex-mayor: “He’s going ‘oh, get me off the stage.’” Trump crouched behind the podium at CPAC, glancing over the top, pretending to be Bloomberg, whom he has repeatedly tormented over his height.

Trump also slammed Bloomberg for spending hundreds of millions of his personal money on his presidential race, saying he “writes checks like a drunken sailor” and has “very bad people” advising him.

“I know some of his people, they are ripping him off, they’re bad people and they are laughing all the way to the bank,” Trump said. “‘Keep running, Mike. Keep doing it Mike.'”

Trump went on to take a “poll” of the audience, asking them to “scream like hell” for the candidate “you think I should run against…in other words, because we’re going to beat him,” giving the audience the choice between Sanders and Biden.

CPAC attendees screamed louder for Sanders, giving a standing ovation.

“Joe’s not going to be running the government — he’s going to be sitting in a home somewhere,” Trump, 73, remarked after the poll, but noted in his speech that he predicted Biden, who is 77, would “have a big win” in Saturday’s South Carolina primary.

Trump also mocked Biden for his frequent campaign trail gaffes, including misstating the number of gun deaths in America during last week’s debate.

Biden campaign rapid response director Andrew Bates swiped at Trump afterward, telling Fox News: “A year from now, Joe Biden will have brought character, honor, and decency back to the White House. He’ll be rebuilding the American middle class, fighting to give every American healthcare — instead of trying to cost millions their coverage — rallying the world against climate change, and reversing Donald Trump’s repugnant and un-American immigration policies. Donald Trump, on the other hand, will be ranting on Twitter about how Deutsche Bank is refusing to give him a loan for ‘Trump Tower Moscow: The Second Try.’”

Trump also claimed he didn’t know how “dirty” D.C. would be and “how deep” the swamp would be, as he riffed on one of his favorite campaign trail rallying cries.

“I never knew the swamp was so bad. It’s really bad, but we’re winning, and we’re winning not easy. A lot of dirty people, a lot of very, very bad people–bad people,” he said. “I do think justice will be had. … Or I wouldn’t be very happy right now.”

The president went on to tout the military and their success in taking out ISIS founder Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi and Iranian Gen. Qassem Soleimani, saying: “We took that son of a b— out.”

But he also defended the administration’s newly signed agreement with the Taliban as part of an effort to bring thousands of U.S. troops home from the post- 9/11 Afghanistan war.

“But American forces cannot be the policemen for the entire world—a lot of time we’re not even appreciated, taken for granted,” he said.

“We signed a deal with the Taliban so that we can hopefully begin the immediate process of finally bringing our troops back home,” Trump said. “19 years…We just signed it. We really have to thank the families and those incredible people who lost their lives.”

Trump, though, added: “The Taliban are great fighters. They’re great fighters.”

The president shifted to national security and border security, saying his administration has taken “the most aggressive action to control our borders.”

“We intend to keep radical Islamist terrorists the hell out of our country, and we’re keeping them out,” Trump said.

The president’s address to CPAC came after he gave a press conference on coronavirus at the White House earlier in the day where he assured the nation, while also announcing new travel restrictions.

During his speech, he offered help to nations affected, like Iran, saying: “All they have to do is ask.”

Trump has addressed CPAC every year since taking office in 2017.

The president’s speech follows days of panels, featuring White House officials, members of his re-election campaign, prominent Republican lawmakers and members of the conservative media making the case against socialism.

The theme at the annual conservative gathering outside Washington has been “America vs. Socialism.” The rhetoric at the event has repeatedly turned back to the current front-runner for the Democratic presidential nomination, democratic socialist Sen. Bernie Sanders.

Vice President Mike Pence also addressed CPAC, warning conservatives against socialism—saying: “Freedom works. Socialism doesn’t.”

Pence, during his CPAC appearance, rallied the crowd and made the case for Trump’s re-election.

“Elections are about choices,” Pence said, while saying the 2020 race will give voters the choice between socialism and freedom.

“The choice has never been clearer, the stakes have never been higher,” Pence said. “Men and women of CPAC, we’ve got work to do. The truth is, it won’t be enough to win the next election. We’ve got to win the next generation.”

Indeed.

Truer words were never said.

I wrote recently about the fact that American children have been programmed over the last 3 decades, at least, to eschew Traditional American Faith and Values and to embrace the failed political and cultural philosophy of the Far Left Democrats.

The whole Trump Derangement Syndrome Movement is a reaction by the Democrats to not only losing the 2016 President Election but the fact that they believed that they were finally, with Hillary Clinton in the White House be able to finish “Radically changing” our Sovereign Nation, a mission which was started under Former (Thank God) President Barack Hussein Obama.

Everything that the Democrats have attempted to use to remove the President from office has failed miserably, even their recent attempts to blame the coronavirus on him and their claims that America’s Economy is not actually booming under President Trump.

Nothing is working for the Democrats. They are failing at everything, including presenting an electable Presidential Candidate.

This is the weakest field of Democratic Primary Candidates since the days of George Mc Govern and Walter Mondale. And, as seen during the recent KAG Rallies and the President’s appearance at CPAC yesterday, he is having a blast making fun of the Dems and their pathetic schemes and candidates.

By the way, was it just me, or did you also spit out your Diet Coke all over the Computer Monitor when you read about Biden’s Rapid Response Director saying that

“A year from now, Joe Biden will have brought character, honor, and decency back to the White House.” ?

Heck, most of the time Sleepy Joe doesn’t even know what state he is in, besides a state of dementia.

If Biden were elected, he might press the button in the nuclear briefcase, thinking that he was calling for his evening “hot toddy”.

Right now, the socialist idiocy of their political party must be driving any Democrats who are still “normal” Americans absolutely bonkers.

That is why so many of every ethnicity are leaving the Democrats for the Re.publican Party.

And, that’s a good thing.

As Detective John McClane (Bruce Willis) said in the great movie “Die Hard”.

“Welcome to the party, pal!”

Until He Comes,

KJ

Giuliani About Biden: “I Don’t Care What He’s Saying. He’s Lying. He’s Been Lying All His Life.”

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FoxNews.com reports that

President Trump’s personal attorney and former New York City Mayor Rudy Giuliani said Saturday that he is not afraid of being indicted and that he has absolutely no business interest in Ukraine.

Appearing on “America’s News HQ” with host Ed Henry, Giuliani said that the “case has been really simple from the day that Joe Biden confessed to committing bribery in 2018.”

“Although, he said precisely what was attributed to President Trump a year and a half later…Basically, they’ll prove that he committed bribery,” he said during the wide-ranging interview.

Giuliani said that the “reality is you’d have to be a fool” to think Biden “didn’t know that his son was under investigation.” The founder of the company Hunter Biden worked for is currently under investigation, but there is no evidence he himself is being investigated.

In an interview with CNN’s Don Lemon on Friday, Biden said that he is “embarrassed” for his former Senate colleague Lindsey Graham, R-S.C., over his request for documents pertaining to Hunter Biden’s time on the board of natural gas company Burisma Holdings and Ukraine.

Biden’s remarks drew a response on Twitter from Giuliani who wrote that Biden’s comments amounted to “a threat to a U.S. Senator,” and reminded the former federal prosecutor of “my old mafia cases.”

Giuliani told Henry that Biden sounded like a “poor imitation of ‘The Godfather,'” adding that Biden wanted to fight with the president “every other week.”

“I don’t care what he said. He’s lying. He’s been lying all his life,” Giuliani told Henry. “Every place that Joe Biden was a point man…the Biden family came away with millions. And nobody wants to look at it because the Washington press corps protects him.”

However, Giuliani’s former associate Lev Parnas — who pleaded not guilty to federal campaign finance violations earlier this month — is now claiming that he traveled to Kiev shortly before the inauguration of Zelensky to demand the new administration publicly announce an investigation into the Bidens.

Parnas’ lawyer confirmed to Fox News that his client told Ukrainian officials that Vice President Mike Pence would not attend the swearing-in of the new president and the United States would freeze aid to the Eastern European nation if the demands were not met.

The claim by Parnas, who has been preparing to testify in the House Intelligence Committee’s impeachment inquiry into President Trump, directly challenged the accounts by Trump and Ukrainian officials that have been at the heart of the congressional probe.

Giuliani said that the lawyer’s comments are untrue and that Parnas is “trying to make himself very important.”

“We never had that meeting with the president,” he said, adding that Parnas “got himself into a grandiose thing” and he could potentially “make himself into another Michael Cohen.”

Giuliani also denied a recent Wall Street Journal report stating that he would personally profit from a natural gas pipeline in Ukraine was false and that he was “not going to financially profit from anything that [he] knows of in the Ukraine.”

“I can’t keep up from the amount of false information printed about me,” he exclaimed.

“Are you afraid, Mr. Mayor, that you could be indicted?” asked Henry.

“You think I’m afraid?” Giuliani shot back. “I did the right thing.”

He said that he has absolutely no “business interest” in Ukraine, and that it was Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky who had first brought him up in his July phone call with President Trump because of his “reputation.”

Giuliani said that he wanted to “exculpate” his client.

“This is ridiculous. [The President] know what I did was order to defend the president — not to dig up dirt on Biden. This goes back a year ago before Biden [had] even decided to run for president,” he said.

“My thought when I began investigating this was to get evidence that will help my client prove that the charges against him aren’t true,” Giuliani said.

He predicted that “they’re ultimately going to prove” that this was a conspiracy to frame the president in which high-level Democrats and White House staff participated.

For the last two weeks, Americans have witnessed professional bureaucrats, who have worked in some capacity for the State Department in the country of Ukraine, complain about Rudy Giuliani.

Their complaint was that THEY were the experts on the situation in Ukraine and they resented President Trump sending his personal attorney over there in order to find out what was going on concerning the corruption which has been prevalent for some time there.

Methinks they did protest too much.

All those “diplomats” who were so adamantly opposed to “America’s Mayor snooping around in Ukraine had ties to the Obama Administration, they very President who appointed Joe Biden as his “Front Man” in dealing with Ukraine.

The entire Soviet-style Tribunal, which Adam Schiff ran with didactic impunity was not only an attempt to force President Trump out of the Presidency, it was an attempt to cover up the Democrats’ corrupt involvement with the Former Ukrainian Government.

Of course, Ukraine was not the only country in which the Democratic Party Elite were conducting corrupt activities, as IG Horowitz’ Report and “Bull” Durham’s and Bill Barr’s Reports are going to show.

The move toward Impeachment is not only the culmination of a three-year Democratic Party National Temper Tantrum, it is the biggest CYA Strategy in recorded history.

If you think that Sleepy Joe Biden is lashing out, wait until those reports come out and the other shoe drops.

Wouldn’t it be something if Federal Prosecutors could get Sleepy Joe to “flip” on Obama and the rest of the Deep State in exchange for leniency for himself and Hunter?

Hey…I can dream, can’t I?

Until He Comes,

KJ

Trump Tweets “Sleepy Joe” Biden About Being Associated with 1994 Crime Bill and its “Unintended Consequences”

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With Black Unemployment at a record low and more and more black Americans walking away from the Democratic Party, a stark reality has hit these potential voters: The Democratic Party has done absolutely nothing for black America.

I’ll take that back. They have done something.

And, late yesterday, President Trump pointed it out.

FoxNews.com reports that

President Trump late Monday criticized former Vice President Joe Biden, the front-runner among Democrats seeking to unseat Trump in 2020, for his support of a controversial 1994 crime bill, saying he hasn’t “apologized” for supporting it.

Trump tweeted that his own criminal justice reform legislation – The First Step Act – “had tremendous support” and “fixed” problems in the law Biden championed.

Biden, who in the late 1980s became chairman of the Senate Judiciary Committee as Delaware senator, said at the time his aim was to pass legislation that would combat violent crime.

The 1994 Violent Crime Control and Law Enforcement Act, signed by then-President Bill Clinton, was seen by many analysts as the culmination of efforts of those like Biden.

However, in the decades that followed, critics blamed the law for an increase in prison populations among other developments.

A 2015 headline in the New York Times, published in the run-up to the 2016 presidential election, claimed that Biden’s “role in ’90s crime law could haunt any presidential bid.”

In his tweet Monday, Trump claimed African-Americans “will not be able to vote” for Biden because of his support for the crime bill.

“I, on the other hand, was responsible for criminal justice reform, which had tremendous support, [and] helped fix the bad 1994 bill,” Trump continued.

Trump claimed “anyone associated” with the bill “will not have a chance of being elected.”

He revisited his recent nickname for the former vice president, labeling him “Sleepy Joe Biden” in the tweet.

“That was a dark period in American history,” Trump wrote. “But has Sleepy Joe apologized? No.”

In 2016, Hillary Clinton, then a presidential candidate, apologized for some of the law’s “unintended” consequences but stood by what she called the “positive aspects,” like its efforts to prevent violence against women. Clinton was first lady at the time of the crime bill’s passage.

Biden did not immediately respond to Trump or his tweets.

There’s a good reason why he did not: He cannot defend the results and still be thought of as “Liberal”.

Thomas Frank, a Liberal, wrote an op ed for The Guardian back on April 15, 2016, about the unexpected results of the 1994 Crime Bill. In the article he wrote that…

…what is most shocking in our current journo-historical understanding of the Clinton years is the idea that the mass imprisonment of people of color was an “unintended consequence” of the 1994 crime bill, to quote the New York Daily News’s paraphrase of Hillary Clinton. This is flatly, glaringly false, as the final, ugly chapter of the crime bill story confirms.

Back in the early 1990s, and although they were chemically almost identical, crack and powder cocaine were regarded very differently by the law. The drug identified with black users (crack) was treated as though it were 100 times as villainous as the same amount of cocaine, a drug popular with affluent professionals. This “now-notorious 100-to-one” sentencing disparity, as the New York Times put it, had been enacted back in 1986, and the 1994 crime law instructed the US Sentencing Commission to study the subject and adjust federal sentencing guidelines as it saw fit.

The Sentencing Commission duly recommended that the 100-to-1 sentencing disparity be abolished, largely because (as their lengthy report on the subject put it) “The 100-to-1 crack cocaine to powder cocaine quantity ratio is a primary cause of the growing disparity between sentences for black and white federal defendants.” By the time their report was released, however, Republicans had gained control of Congress, and they passed a bill explicitly overturning the decision of the Sentencing Commission. (Bernie Sanders, for the record, voted against that bill.)

The bill then went to President Clinton for approval. Shortly before it came to his desk he gave an inspiring speech deploring the mass incarceration of black Americans. “Blacks are right to think something is terribly wrong,” he said on that occasion, “… when there are more African American men in our correction system than in our colleges; when almost one in three African American men, in their twenties, are either in jail, on parole, or otherwise under the supervision of the criminal system. Nearly one in three.”

Two weeks after that speech, however, Clinton blandly affixed his signature to the bill retaining the 100-to-1 sentencing disparity, a disparity that had brought about the lopsided incarceration of black people. Clinton could have vetoed it, but he didn’t. He signed it.

Today we are told that mass incarceration was an “unintended consequence” of Clinton’s deeds.

Uh huh.

By insulting Biden’s involvement in the 1994 Crime Bill, President Trump has hit Biden where it hurts the most: the taken for grated Black Vote.

The Democrats, decades after the advent of LBJ’s “Great Society”, naturally assume that they are going to get the majority of black Americans’ votes in every Presidential Election.

They not only expect it, they rely on it.

However, the problem is the fact that Trump has made great inroads into securing some of that “expected” support from Black American Voters.

Candace Owens has done a great job of waking black Americans up to the reality of the Democrats’ feigned “benevolence”.

The other problem that the “unintended consequences” of the 1994 Crime Bill poses for the Democrats is the fact that it shows their hypocrisy.

Instead of fighting against the bill and the “sentencing disparity” which it allowed to continue unabated, Joe performed his imitation of a matador and waved it on through, allowing “Bubba” to sign it into law.

I thought Sleepy Joe was supposed to be a “friend of the common man”.

Sheesh.

With “friends” like “Sleepy Joe” Biden, Black Americans don’t need any enemies.

Until He Comes,

KJ