The sun may rise today, but there is no morning in America.
60% of attendees were NOT Republican
20.9% were Democrat
17.2% did not vote in 2016
8.4% have not voted in last 4 elections
Thank you, Minnesota!
Sounds very promising. Maybe that is why we haven’t seen any polls from Minnesota. Could he possibly be close there?
Jason Whitlock — Sports have become America’s cold Civil War…
Posted by Kane on September 9, 2020 7:07 pm
A new bioethics advisory board appointed by President Donald Trump released its first report Tuesday, recommending that the government reject funding for 13 of 14 research projects that plan to use aborted baby body parts.
With the 2020 Democratic National Convention going virtual, Monday’s ratings saw a total drop about 28 percent from the first evening of the event four years ago in both television numbers and cable TV coverage.
Iowa State University forced one of its English professors to revise her syllabus this week after she threatened to dismiss students who disagree with her on abortion and other political issues.
Psams 139;14-16 We are fearfully and wonderfully made….
John 10:10 thief comes to steal KILL and destroy, but Christ brings abundant life.
‘I don’t think you can hide from now until Election Day’
Fox News host Chris Wallace called out presumptive Democratic nominee Joe Biden last week for what the “Fox News Sunday” host characterized as the “basement strategy.”POLL: Will Joe Biden still be the Democratic Party’s presidential candidate when we get to November?
Biden has been largely absent from the public eye during the coronavirus pandemic, which was not entirely unsurprising given the former vice president’s gaffe-prone nature. But even as the Biden campaign prepares to formally accept the Democratic presidential nomination this week, the campaign continues to employ its strategy of remaining out of the limelight.
The campaign’s behavior is especially unusual, according to Wallace — especially for the week of the convention.
“So I’ve been doing Sunday shows with conventions. I started on ‘Meet the Press’ in 1988. I’ve been doing it on and off for what? What is that? 32 years. And it always happens that the Sunday before the convention, the campaign puts out top officials to preview the convention and to say this is what we’re gonna try to get accomplished,” Wallace began.
So, you know, we’ve been counting all week on, you know, having a top official from the Biden campaign — the campaign manager, the top pollster, the chief strategist — to talk about what they’re going to talk about during this next week. They are not putting anybody out,” he continued. “And at first I thought, well, maybe it’s because it’s Fox News and they’re boycotting us. No, they’re not putting anybody out on any of the Sunday shows.”
Wallace, speaking on Guy Benson’s Fox News Radio show, went on to call the strategy the “damnedest thing” he has ever witnessed in political strategy.
“I don’t understand what’s going on here. This is the damnedest thing I’ve ever seen,” Wallace said.
“The Biden campaign isn’t putting anybody out. And this just is of a piece with the vice president not doing really any serious interviews, not answering any questions since the rollout,” Wallace continued. “He continues to lead with what I’ll call the basement strategy.”
“I don’t think you can hide from now until Election Day. I just don’t think it’s possible,” Wallace said.https://omny.fm/shows/guy-benson-show/guy-benson-show-8-14-2020/embed
Whether the Democratic senator is qualified follows questions about whether the 77-year-old Biden is physically and mentally capable of running the country.
Fewer than half of registered voters say presumptive Democratic vice presidential nominee Sen. Kamala Harris is qualified to become president if circumstances should dictate she do so, according to a new Just the News Daily Poll with Scott Rasmussen.
Asked if Harris, a freshman California senator, is “qualified to serve as president of the United States” if “it were to become necessary,” just 47% of poll respondents said yes.
The remaining 53% of respondents said no (32%) or that they were “not sure” (21%).
Responses from the two major political parties, meanwhile, were lopsided: Eight out of 10 Democrats said that Harris was qualified, while only 15% of Republicans felt that way.
Notably, just 39% of independent voters – a critical demographic for deciding elections – think Harris could properly handle the duties of the presidency.