Friday, October 20, 2023

Joe Biden Is Now in Serious Trouble

Story by Peter Suciu •58m

Abortion rights, gun control, infrastructure, support for Israel and Ukraine, and even the border crisis are all issues that voters will consider next year when they cast their ballot for president – yet, once again as James Carville pointed out 21 years ago, it's the economy, stupid.

That explains why voters in seven key battleground states could determine whether President Joe Biden serves a second term.

Decision intelligence company Morning Consult, on behalf of Bloomberg News, conducted a study in the top seven 2024 political swing states – Arizona, Georgia, Michigan, Nevada, North Carolina, Pennsylvania, and Wisconsin – and found that Biden is trailing former President Donald Trump by four percentage points on a ballot that includes both of the candidates as well as a Libertarian candidate, a Green Party candidate, and a No Labels candidate.

Yet, even in a forced head-to-head between Biden and Trump, the former president continues to lead the current commander-in-chief by four points overall – and as noted, it is all about the economy.

"Swing state voters trust Trump significantly more than Biden on the economy (49% to 35%), with independents holding even less trust in Biden on this key issue (47% to 25%)," Morning Consult explained.

Lack of Trust in Bidenomics

The poll found that the economy was the most important issue heading into the 2024 presidential election, and a majority of voters disapproved of Biden's economic policies – 65 percent disapproval to 14 percent approval. Moreover, 51 percent of swing-state voters said they felt the national economy had been better under the former president.

Overall, only 26 percent of voters polled said they agreed that "Bidenomics" had been good for the economy, while 49 percent disapproved of the policies. However, there is still just over a year until voters will actually cast their ballots.

"Predictions more than a year out tend to look a little different a year later," Biden campaign spokesperson Kevin Munoz told Axios via a statement. "We'll win in 2024 by putting our heads down and doing the work, not by fretting about a poll."

The Lucky Seven

Former president Donald Trump won six of those seven states in 2016 – with only Nevada going for former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton. Trump's success in smashing the "Blue Wall" states of Pennsylvania, Michigan, and Wisconsin was seen as crucial to his victory.

However, four years later in the 2020 presidential election, the situation was reversed.

The Biden campaign successfully rebuilt the Blue Wall – winning all three states along with Nevada – while he also flipped Arizona and Georgia. North Carolina was the only state Trump won in both elections, but it is increasingly looking more "purple" than deep red.

Trump won the Tar Heel State by just 1.34 percent in 2020 and by 3.66 percent over Hillary Clinton – compared to the more than 12-point advantage that former President W. Bush had when he won the state in 2000 and 2004.

Those seven swing states may favor Trump in a hypothetical rematch with Biden, but by all accounts, it will still be a very close race.

Author Experience and Expertise

A Senior Editor for 19FortyFive, Peter Suciu is a Michigan-based writer. He has contributed to more than four dozen magazines, newspapers, and websites with over 3,200 published pieces over a twenty-year career in journalism. He regularly writes about military hardware, firearms history, cybersecurity, politics, and international affairs. Peter is also a Contributing Writer for Forbes and Clearance Jobs. You can follow him on Twitter: @PeterSuciu.

Wednesday, October 18, 2023


BREAKING: An “Insurrection” Is

Happening NOW Inside The Capitol

— Pro-HAMAS/Palestine Take Over! 
by Noah 2 hrs ago WLT Report

The precedent has been set by the Crooked J6 Committee and Crooked DC judges….

Whenever you “storm the Capitol” and overtake it, you must go to prison.

For multiple years.

Looks like we’re going to need more prisons built because this is a full-scale Insurrection.

I have video.

First we start with MTG who is reporting live on the scene:

There’s an insurrection happening now on Capitol Hill

— Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene (@RepMTG) October 18, 2023

More here:
There is currently an actual pro-HAMAS insurrection inside the US Capitol in DC where pro-terror rioters are disrupting official proceedings by attacking Israel’s right to defend itself.

When is @FBI going to raid their homes and send them to jail for 22 years on…

— Laura Loomer (@LauraLoomer) October 18, 2023

Today we just witnessed the worst attack on our democracy in history.

Far-left extremists stormed Capitol Hill.

Rashida Tlaib incited the crowd outside the Capitol. A sitting member of Congress.

Never Forget the 10/18 insurrection.

We need to see 22-year sentences for the…

— End Wokeness (@EndWokeness) October 18, 2023

WATCH: Pro-Palestinian hoard stages insurrection inside US Capitol, yelling pro-Palestinian incantations with massive banners reading “LET GAZA LIVE” with occupying halls used by Congressmen and staff

“The dirty underbelly of the Deep State” – South Carolina Republicans are backing Trump, and they shared their reasons   Story by Milla •8h  BuzzLoving

“The dirty underbelly of the Deep State” – So uthCarolina
Republicans are backing Trump, and they shared their reasons©Provided by BuzzLoving
Guests at the Silver Elephant Dinner gave their versions of why they support the four times indicted former president, and often their explanations include “the deep state” and “the establishment.”

Trump “showed us how to fight”
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USA Today talked to Trump’s supporters in South Carolina. One of them, a 62-year-old woman, who is a researcher, told the publication, “He showed us how to fight.”

The “deep” state
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She added that Trump “revealed to us − to the average American − the dirty underbelly of the Deep State.”

Some liked Trump in the White House©Illustration. Image credit: ifeelstock via Depositphotos

A retired audiologist from Charleston told USA Today, “He is fixing a lot of the problems and the corruption that has been ingrained in this country.”
Trump’s promises©Provided by BuzzLovingOthers offered they liked Trump’s promises, including lower taxes and confrontations with other countries over free trade.

Trump’s appeal is that he’s not a politician©Illustration. Image credit: s_bukley via Depositphotos

A 37-year-old South Carolina resident offered his view, saying, “He’s not a politician; he’s a businessman.” A woman, 56, from Edisto Island, declared, “I’ve never seen anyone persecuted like this, politically.”

Echoing Trump’s words
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The same woman echoed Trump’s words while defending him. She asked, “Why now? Because it’s election season,” she said. “People see that, and it makes them mad,” obviously referring to the indictments.

“They” do not want Trump to run©Illustration. Image credit: via Depositphotos
Another woman shared how she believes there is a “two-tiered” justice system and added, “I really believe (they) are picking on him because they don’t want him to run.” The woman added, “I am not offended by his brashness. I am going to stand by him.”

Trump gave an interesting speech
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During a GOP 56th annual Silver Elephant Dinner, Trump, who was a keynote speaker, said, “You know I have this gorgeous head of hair – when I shower, I want water to pour down on me. When you go into these new homes with showers, the water drips down slowly, slowly.”

The former president also hinted at more legal troubles
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The twice-impeached president told the audience, “I never heard the word indictment, then all of a sudden, over a period of a couple of weeks, you get four indictments.”

It is all a “cover-up”
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Trump criticized the Biden family, saying, “Every time more Biden corruption is exposed, his henchmen indict me because they want to knock out the bad publicity. Whenever they have something big happening, they put another indictment or a special indictment. It’s called a cover-up.”

Trump against Jack Smith©Provided by BuzzLoving
“If I wasn’t, we wouldn’t be under investigation by deranged Jack Smith. He’s a deranged human being,” Trump said. “You take a look at that face, you say that guy is a sick man. There is something wrong with him.”

What about McConnell?What about McConnell?
©Elizabethtown, Kentucky – June 30, 2017: 
Republican Senator Mitch McConnell greets people at fundraiser in Elizabethtown, Kentucky, on June 30, 2017.
The former president asked the Senate for help and shared, “What they’re doing with this election interference and the Senate needs to step up. The House is doing a lot of things… They have something on Mitch McConnell. There’s no way he’s doing this. They got something on Mitch McConnell.”

Tuesday, October 17, 2023

I'd tell them all....GET THE F**K OUT.! Remember, this country was FOUNDED by old, white, and (sometimes FAT) men.

'I hate everything about this country, like, I hate fat white Americans...' These unpatriotic celebs HATE the USA!
Story by BANG Showbiz •5h

 Johnny Depp      '©Provided by BANG Showbiz      America is dumb, it’s like a dumb puppy...The majority of Americans are true patriots who are proud to fly their Stars and Stripes flag and stand for the National Anthem. But it seems some stars who were born and raised in the USA do not have that national pride. From Johnny Depp to Jane Fonda, these celebrities have spoken out against the Land of the Free...

Ariana Grande
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In 2015, pop diva Ariana Grande caused an uproar after she was caught on video fat-shaming America. In the secret recording, Ariana is seen inside a bakery surreptitiously licking two doughnuts on display before shouting "I hate Americans, I hate America".

Gwyneth Paltrow
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The Oscar winner had no qualms dissing America whilst she lived in London for 10 years with her ex-husband Chris Martin, before moving back to California. In a 2004 interview with Glamour magazine, she said: “I worry about bringing up a child in America, at the moment there’s a weird, over-patriotic atmosphere over there, like, ‘We’re number one and the rest of the world doesn’t matter.’ “I love the English lifestyle, it’s not as capitalistic as America ... The British are much more intelligent and civilized than the Americans.”

Jane Fonda
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‘Barbarella’ star Jane Fonda, 85, was once considered one of the most hated women in America and nicknamed ‘Hanoi Jane’ after a picture of her on top of a North Vietnamese anti-aircraft gun caused outrage. Jane also accused soldiers released from North Vietnam prison camps as being liars and faking their accounts of cruelty.

Who is really in charge?” wrote YouTuber Benny Johnson on the X network formerly known as Twitter.

“Who Is in Charge?” Biden Abruptly Cut Off During Press Conference: Staff Rush to Conclude Amid Rambling Remarks  Story by William Furney •4h ©Provided by Princess Free Zone

President Biden’s catastrophe of a press conference while on a recent trip to Vietnam has left many wondering if the 80-year-old is up to the job — and if he should seek re-election at all.
Media Appearance Blunder©Editorial credit: Paris Malone / Shutterstock.

The president was in Vietnam at the end of a tour of Asia in September that started at a G20 Summit in India when he appeared before reporters to talk about national security and trade deals. But it quickly went south.
Mumbling and Incoherent©Image Credit: Shutterstock.

President Biden was answering a reporter’s question when he seemed to lose his train of thought and trailed off. “We talked about stability; we talked about making sure the third world… excuse me… the southern hemisphere has access to change. It wasn’t confrontational at all,” he said, leaving many at the press conference scratching their heads and trying to figure out what Biden was talking about.

“We Will Not Let You Lay a Finger on President Trump. Now Is the Time To Cling to Our Guns and Our Religion.” Lake’s Chilling Message to Joe Biden ©Provided by Princess Free Zone   Story by Jo Shaw •8h

Kari Lake, a TV news anchor turned far-right politician, hit back over Trump’s indictment for retaining classified records and sent a chilling message to President Biden, the US Attorney General, and “…the guys back there in the fake news media…”
“…you should listen up as well. This one’s for you,” she stated as she vowed an armed resistance.



Monday, October 16, 2023

In case you don't know or have forgotten


“US 2020 Presidential Election Was Stolen”: Amazon Alexa Unexpectedly Calls 2020 Presidential Election “Massive Fraud”   

Story by William Furney •8h©Providedby Princess Free Zone

Donald Trump would be pleased. The former president has long insisted that his re-election attempt in 2020 was a “rigged” vote that was “stolen” from him — and Amazon’s Alexa assistant agrees.Reporters at The Washington Post newspaper asked an Alexa-enabled device about the 2020 vote and if it was in fact rigged. The device answered that it was “stolen by a massive amount of election fraud,” leaving the journalists scratching their heads.

The virtual assistant was also able to tell the probing reporters that the election was “notorious for many incidents of irregularities and indications pointing to electoral fraud taking place in major metro centers.”

The Post informed Alexa about the actual events that took place during the vote and that no voting issues had been found by multiple courts. It then said the election had not been stolen at all.

Amazon executives were reportedly aghast at the Post story and raced to fix the issue with their technology and assure Alexa users that they were constantly updating the software to ensure accuracy.

Amazon spokeswoman Lauren Raemhild said: “These responses were errors that were delivered a small number of times, and quickly fixed when brought to our attention. We continually audit and improve the systems we have in place for detecting and blocking inaccurate content.”

The 2020 election that Trump lost to Joe Biden continues to be a contentious issue that divides people in the United States. Almost 70% of Republicans believe the election was rigged and that Trump really won, according to a poll by CNN in August.
'One-Term, Twice-Impeached Conman' - Trump's 2024 Eligibility Challenge Denied by Supreme Court Story by Alec Donaldson •2h

©Zach Gibson - Pool/Getty Image
In a surprising legal turn, the U.S. Supreme Court has dismissed a case brought by Republican presidential nominee hopeful John Anthony Castro, challenging Donald Trump's eligibility for the 2024 presidential election.

Rendered Ineligible©Kevin Dietsch/Getty Images
Castro contended that because of Trump's alleged role in the January 6, 2021, Capitol riot, he should be rendered ineligible under the provisions of the 14th Amendment.
14th Amendment Clause ©Scott Olson/Getty Images The 14th Amendment explicitly states that officials cannot hold office if they have "engaged in insurrection or rebellion" or provided "aid" to insurrectionists.
Turning To The Supreme Court ©Souce: nathaphat/Getty Images/iStockphoto The Department of Justice filed four charges against Trump in connection with the riot, though none of them pertained to insurrection.
Following the dismissal of his case by a lower court due to a lack of legal standing, Castro turned to the Supreme Court for intervention

Sunday, October 15, 2023

AP poll: Plurality says Biden acted 


A poll by The Associated Press shows a majority of Americans say Joe Biden acted at least unethically, but a plurality say he acted illegally and only a minority of 30% disagree and say he did nothing wrong. NEWSMAX - 2 hours

This paragraph caught my eye

Interviews with poll respondents tapped into a deeper sense of rot within the federal government. Several said the political class as a whole was beset by greed and corruption, causing politicians to selfishly neglect the country's needs. That perspective is at odds with Biden's message of optimism about a government that is spurring investments in infrastructure, new factories and renewable energy sources.

Read the article at the link below