A growing number of likely voters believe that cheating tainted President Joe Biden’s 2020 win over former President Donald Trump, and even more feel that a key Democratic election reform scheme will increase fraud.
In the latest Rasmussen Reports survey, 56% of respondents said, “It’s likely that cheating affected the outcome of the 2020 presidential election, including 41% who say it’s ‘very likely.’”
Below is the companion video to the video above. Clinton operatives discuss on hidden camera how they hired agitators to start violence at Trump events.
There is spin, most politicians do it, but then there is “gimme a break” when they say something so tone deaf it’s off the charts stupid. Of course this isn’t a good thing. It only took Democrats seven months to put us right back into the economic malaise of Jimmy Carter.
Jimmy Carter had “stagflation.” Joe Biden has “Bidenflation.”
Supply chain shortages and government spending has taken a toll Americans’ wallets, with households on average having to shell out an additional $175 on average for essentials like food, fuel, and housing, and analysts have no prediction to when prices will stabilize.
Chief economist at Moody’s Analytics, Mark Zandi, told the New York Postthat households earning the US median annual income of about $70,000 are having to spend $175 more due to the current inflation rate, which surged 5.3 percent in August compared to the same month last year. “That’s the equivalent of a full grocery, electric or cellphone bill,” Zandi said.
Despite the inflation being called “transitory” by government officials, the rate is running at a 30-year high, and has been for months.
Gordon Haskett analyst Chuck Grom predicts that “price increases will continue until the middle of next year,” pointing to a recent PepsiCo announcement that consumers should expect another surge in pricing of their items early next year.
Grom noted that a 10-ounce bag of Lay’s potato chips, produced under the company Frito-Lay which is owned by PepsiCo, cost $3.75 in August, 50 cents more than last year earlier at Dollar General stores in the Southwest.
Other items at the discount chain have creeped up in price, with a dozen 12 ounce cans of Coca-Cola costing $5.75, 50 cents more than last year. Half a gallon of store brand 2 percent milk costs $4.49, 74 cents more than last year, according to Grom.
In the Northeast at Family Dollar stores, a 12-pack of Coke cost $6.90 in August, up $1.50 from last year, and a can of Folger’s coffee costs $8.80, 85 cents more.
“In the Big Apple, grocery chains Gristedes and D’Agostino’s have increased prices by as much as 15 percent on chicken wings and beef, 10 percent on milk and 5 percent on eggs, while non-food-related items have gone up by about 10 percent, according to owner John Catsimatidis,” wrote the New York Post.
A left-wing group funded by the Center for American Progress and George Soros’s Open Society Foundations submitted a letter to the government that advocated for murdering Republicans.
Free Press, a well-funded liberal group that aims to “reshape media” in the United States, sent a letter to the Federal Communications Commission that included the question: “Are we going to have to shoot Republican[s] to reclaim our democracy?”
The Free Press letter, which called on the FCC to “investigate its own history of racism and examine how its policy choices and actions have harmed black people and other communities of color,” was signed by just under 5,000 of the group’s members, who were given the opportunity to provide comment along with their signature. The call to “shoot” Republicans came from a California member named David Lyons, who further complained that “racist horseshit like FOX and the other ultraconservative outlets and Christians” owned “most of our media.”
Free Press formally withdrew the petition after FCC commissioner Brendan Carr said its inclusion of violent rhetoric was disqualifying.
“The only action the FCC should take on a request like this—one based on a comment asking whether Republicans should be shot—is to dismiss it with prejudice,” Carr told the Washington Free Beacon. “The FCC should not endorse this type of call for violence by opening an FCC proceeding on it.”
[Editor’s Note – The Letter’s – LINK – comment section from members was filled with truly toxic contents. Happy reading! Center for American Progress (CAP) is very close to the Clintons and many Democrat campaign’s get staffers form there.]
Reflecting the national media’s scant coverage of the Spygate scandal, only 3 in 10 Americans say they are aware that a special prosecutor is investigating the origins of the Trump-Russia “collusion” probe, according to a nationwide survey conducted this month by TechnoMetrica Institute of Policy and Politics (TIPP).
But of those who say they know of Special Counsel John Durham’s investigation, most say they want him to get to the bottom of whether the FBI opened investigations into several Trump campaign advisers during the 2016 election without proper “predication.”
Nearly two-thirds (62 percent) of respondents say they want the Justice Department to renew Durham’s budget for another fiscal year, the TIPP poll found, and a whopping 81 percent want the department to release his final report to the public.
Attorney General Merrick Garland, a Biden appointee, holds the purse strings to Durham’s investigation. He also has authority over whether his report will be made public.
“Americans who know of the Durham investigation have a keen interest in it,” said Raghavan Mayur, president of New Jersey-based TIPP. “Regardless of party or ideology, the majority of them want the attorney general to continue the investigation and release the report to the public. We found unanimous consent there.”
A surprisingly high share of Democrats—68 percent—agreed with Republicans and Independents that Durham’s budget should be renewed, while 82 percent of Democrats agreed his report should be released in full.
“If you are not careful, the newspapers will have you hating the people who are being oppressed and loving the people who are doing the oppressing.” – Malcolm X