The media is left leaning and has been for decades. According to The Washington Post,: “Just 7% of journalists are Republican. That’s far fewer than a decade ago.” The corrupt biased media stole the 2016 midterm election by lying about President Trump’s collusion with Russian. This led to Democratic members of the House of Representatives, voting strictly along party lines, to impeach the president.
The Trump campaign has reportedly used up over 70 percent of its funds. This is according to a new report published by the New York Times. It highlights the frivolous spending habits adopted by his campaign team as one of the main reasons behind the reduced money war-chest.
The US Treasury Department imposed sanctions against Ukrainian MP Derkach and three Russian nationals. The information was posted not eh US Treasury website. The sanctions were imposed for Derkach’s attempts to influence the US election campaign. The list of sanctions also includes three Russian citizens.
Republicans don’t have a problem with absentee ballots being mailed out to everyone who requests one. However, mass ballot mailings are a potential for all kinds of election fraud. Mailing hundreds of millions of presidential ballots to everyone on the voter rolls could delay election results for months, as in a local election in New York State several months ago. In addition, mass voter fraud could easily change the results in a Presidential election, destroying what confidence was left in our democracy.
Kamala Harris who is flying The Democratic Party’s flag for the Vice Presidency of the United States for the Presidential Election in 2020, has today accused the US President, Donald Trump of living in a “different reality” owing to what she terms as the President’s failure to acknowledge the vivid existence of institutional racism in America.
For decade’s minorities, especially African Americans have been voting in lockstep for Democrats. This doesn’t make any sense because the Democratic Party was and still is the party of slavery. It was the Republican Party under President Lincoln that emancipated the slaves and the Republican Party that fought the Democrats who were for segregation. Robert Bird, a renowned Democratic Senator was a high ranking member of the KKK.
US President Donald Trump is likely to win re-election this year, warns filmmaker Michael Moore. He has said that Trump is consolidating his base in the swing states at a higher rate than his political rival, Joe Biden. He cites the latest polls in the states of Minnesota and Michigan as proof of this.
The Director of National Intelligence, John Ratcliffe, has said that he will be halting in-person security briefings to Congress. The security chief has asserted that it is best to pause these meetings because they cause leakage of sensitive information to the press. His statement comes less than ten weeks to the US presidential elections.
Elections in America are approaching in November. Both sides Republican and Democrat are campaigning for votes. President Trump is encouraging people to vote for him on the basis of his achievements in his four year term. Biden is pointing out the failures of the previous Trump administration and the democratic way of improving America.
Election time, politicians wax eloquent; makes us wonder about their oratorical ability. Well, behind most of these passionate, firebrand speeches is a gubernatorial speechwriter. Judson Welliver is generally considered to be the first person employed as a speechwriter for a U.S President, serving Calvin Coolidge in the 1920s.
Let’s take a look at a few slaps in the face. “The Council on American Islamic Relations (CAIR), a U.S. based pro-Muslim group that enjoys close ties with ex-President Obama, announced they are joining with ‘Black Lives Matter’, (first invented by Alisha Garza) and calling for a revolution in the United States and they plan on using this upcoming election (2016) to do so.” (Understand that a declaration of revolution is an intent for war.)
What part of the Democratic Philosophy do the “Republicans for Biden” agree with? Some former and current Republicans like Mitt Romney, John Kasich, Jeff Flake and even former President Bush stated publicly they would vote for Biden/Harris in the Upcoming Presidential Election. Do they agree with the following?
To woo American voters of Indian origin, Donald Trump’s election team has released a 107-second video in which there are also excerpts from Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s speech. In this video, Modi and Trump’s speech in Ahmedabad is also shown. The title of the video is ‘Four More Years.’
We all have heard the saying that “absolute power corrupts absolutely” and history has proven this statement as fact. Some of the most obvious examples are Hitler, Mao, Castro and Venezuela. These charismatic leaders had one thing in common, power! Call their form of government, Marxism, socialism or communism, they all start with and ideal of equality for all. Socialism is devastating for the people but great for those in power. Once total control is achieved, those in power will do whatever is possible to stay in power.
On Thursday, more than 70 major Republican party members, including diplomats and former national security officials in various fields, signed on to a letter that characterizes Donald Trump as “dangerously unfit to serve another term,” and that endorses voting for Democratic candidate Joe Biden in the November 3rd presidential election.
Controversy has erupted over voting in the upcoming presidential election in the United States between Democrats and Republicans. The fate of the United States Postal Service is also at stake. House Speaker Nancy Pelosi has called for an end to the House summer recess and for a confrontation with President Donald Trump’s policies.
With less than three months to the U.S. presidential election, 50% of registered voters in the country would vote for the Democratic party candidate, Joe Biden if the elections were held today, while 41% back incumbent Donald Trump. The figures are from the very latest opinion poll conducted by The Wall Street Journal / NBC News.
Vice Presidential nominee Kamala Harris is far left on many issues that Americans deem as “most important.” What follows here is but a short list of her intentions for the citizens of the United States and beyond. Every quote/remark has been factchecked for accuracy.
Trump – Americans have long been told that the U.S. is running out of energy, but we know that is wrong. America’s energy revolution has produced affordable, reliable energy for consumers along with stable, high-paying jobs for small businesses—while dropping carbon emissions to their lowest level in 25 years. American energy policy must balance environmental protection with economic growth in order to encourage innovation, discovery, and prosperity.
The Coronavirus continues to be on the forefront of the news around the world. Currently, there are over 19.5 million infected and over 724,000 deaths around the globe. The numbers continue to climb, with no cure in sight. Many labs are working tirelessly to create a vaccine and better utilize existing drugs to treat patients.
Enough is enough. It is time for us to come together as Americans. I’ve had enough of Trump and the Republicans that support and enable him. And I’ve had enough of Pelosi and Biden with their corporate interests and rich influencers. I beg to ask the question—where is the middle? Where is common sense? Have we all chosen a team and are we are going to pull for it no matter what?
President Donald Trump’s suggestion to delay the 2020 elections, scheduled for November 3, has led to one of the few occasions when the leaders of the Republican Party have opposed a president from their party. The determination of the date of the elections corresponds, according to the Constitution, to the organs of the Congress.
US President Donald Trump has raised the idea of delaying the November 3 presidential election, which has met with immediate opposition from Democrats and his fellow Republicans in Congress. Under US law, only they have the sole authority to make such a decision.
It was the Democratic Party that fought to continue slavery which led to our Civil War. This was the deadliest conflict in American history, killing 624.511 men from both sides. All this was because the Southern States which, controlled by Democrats, wanted slaves to work on their plantations for free.
The Northern States, controlled by Republicans were abolitionist and saw the evil in slavery and wanted to end this inhumane practice. Many Christians formed a secret organization, “The Under Ground Railroad” to help men, women and children escape slavery to freedom. Slaves were hidden in homes as they traveled north to Free States. Later President Lincoln, a Republican, freed the slaves through his Emancipation Proclamation which eventually led to the freedom of all African American slaves.
Former New Mexico governor Bill Richardson has just concluded a visit to Venezuela to negotiate the release of eight prisoners. Seven of them are Americans. According to Richardson, he had a meeting with Venezuelan President Nicholas Maduro. Richardson described the president as friendly and cordial.
Just over three months before the US presidential election, President Donald Trump has replaced his campaign manager. Bill Stepien replaces Brad Parscale, and will now take over the management of the incumbent US president’s campaign. Parscale will now be in charge of the campaign’s digital and social networks.
Democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden announced today that he will reverse yesterday’s decision by the current US president, Donald Trump to withdraw the US from the World Health Organization (WHO) should he win this year’s US presidential elections. The former Vice President made his announcement in a tweet.
Several US and UN officials confirmed on Tuesday that the US government has officially submitted a notice of withdrawal from the World Health Organization, which is due to take effect on July 6, 2021. The move attracted criticism from all walks of life, but some Republican lawmakers supported Trump’s decision.
US President Donald Trump is trailing in the polls against Democratic candidate Joe Biden. Trump’s disapproval rate is also skyrocketing, and currently stands at 49 percent. According to a new a new NPR/PBS NewsHour/Marist poll, only 40 percent of voters approve of the job he’s doing.
Democratic Presidential candidate Joe Biden is leading US President Donald Trump in the most recent polls undertaken by Siena College and the New York Times. They show him leading by 14 points. The scenario is a bit worrying for Wall Street. Investors are wary that Biden will unleash a wave of negative policies that will stymie American companies.
The House of Representatives has passed far-reaching legislation on police reforms Thursday night, a month after the horrible death of George Floyd. The vote was 281-181 in favor, with the vote mostly along party lines. Three Republicans crossed over to vote with the Democrats, who control the House.
Politics ruin America and not the people. America is witnessing a schism in its society between right Republican rule and left Democratic liberal, rich and poor. Democracy is being stepped on; justice is being stepped on by politicians. The Democratic Party lost the last elections in 2016 when President Trump took office in the White House.
US President Donald Trump, who is campaigning for his re-election on November 3, has decided to take new action on immigration by suspending the granting of green cards and some work visas until the end of the year. Trump says an executive order, which he is due to sign in the next few days, will “create thousands of jobs for Americans.”
As calls to defund, dismantle, or disband the police force in the US increase, President Donald Trump and the Republicans have used the call to attack the Democrats. “The president is appalled by the ‘defund the police’ movement,” White House Press Secretary Kayleigh McEnany said.
Democrats in the US House of Representatives have just proposed a bill for broad police reform, after weeks of protests against the brutality and racism of police officers spread across the country. The bill will make it easier to prosecute police offenses and handle racist acts, as well as prohibit chokeholds.
Congressional Democrats paid their tribute to George Floyd by taking a knee for 8 minutes and 46 seconds as a symbol of the duration that former Minneapolis policeman Derek Chauvin pinned him down. They then unveiled a package of police reforms as a response to the killing of African Americans by law enforcement officers.
Ret. Gen. Colin Powell, who served as Secretary of State to Republican President George W. Bush, said he will vote for Democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden over Republican incumbent Donald Trump in the forthcoming November presidential election. A report that Bush himself wouldn’t back Trump has since been refuted by a Bush spokesman.
If elected as President, Democratic nominee Joe Biden says that one of his first tasks will be to undertake police reforms and fight racism in the US. Biden’s promise is informed by the recent murder of George Floyd, an African-American that led to protests against police violence and racial disparities in the United States.
Former Vice President Joe Biden has formally won the race for the Democratic Party’s presidential nomination after attaining the necessary 1,991 delegates to be nominated at the Democratic National Convention. He will now square it out with the incumbent President, Republican Donald Trump, in November.
The Catholic Archdiocese of Washington, DC in the United States has strongly criticized the actions of President Donald Trump, accusing hm of using religion as a shield to crack down on continuing civil unrest in the country. After taking a picture holding a Bible in front St. John’s Episcopal Church the day before, Trump visited the Saint John Paul II National Shrine on Tuesday.
President Donald Trump has warned that he would deploy the military to states that would not take serious actions against protesters in the ongoing demonstrations against the death of George Floyd. Earlier on, the president had called on the governors to take charge and arrest the protesters.
The State of Minnesota has deployed the National Guard on the streets to keep law and order as protesters, triggered by the murder of George Floyd, continue to cause havoc. Rioters have left retail stores and vehicles destroyed in their wake as they lament his racially-instigated death.
Some members of the Joe Biden presidential campaign have contributed to the Minnesota Freedom Fund. At least 13 members of staff have posted receipts of their contributions on Twitter. The non-profit organization helps to pay bail for incarcerated community members that are unable to raise the money.
Democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden is about to get some serious backing from some of Silicon Valley’s top tech billionaires. The list includes Steve Jobs’ widower Laurene Powell Jobs, LinkedIn CEO Reid Hoffman, Facebook co-founder Dustin Moskovitz, and former Google CEO Eric Schmidt.
US President Donald Trump has hit out at Democratic candidate Joe Biden’s ad showing him playing golf while the number of coronavirus deaths in the country continues to rise. The ad format depicts the president as an unconcerned leader who leisures away as the country continues to suffer.
Last week, there was a press conference in Ukraine pertaining to “New facts of the international corruption and external governance.” The event organizers were the non-factional Deputy Andrey Derkach and ex-head of the special group of prosecutors Konstantin Kulik. At the press conference, seven fragments of conversations were released between President Petro Poroshenko, Vice President Joe Biden and Secretary of State John Kerry.
Ukrainian prosecutors will investigate leaked tapes allegedly featuring former President Petro Poroshenko and then-U.S. Vice President Joe Biden. The heavily-edited contents concern conditions for a $1 billion loan between the two former leaders. The tapes, which have yet to be authenticated, were released on May 19 by a pro-Russian Ukrainian lawmaker.