Poll shoots holes, as Pres. Trump undoes dangerous nuclear deal with Iranian despot
The New York Times and Politico are both known for their liberal bias. Morning Consult is the official polling partner of Politico, so it’s not a surprise that they would all be hyperventilating over President Trump’s decision to withdraw from the disastrous Iran nuclear deal, negotiated by John Kerry and approved by Barack Obama.
Morning Consult, which erroneously showed Hillary Clinton up 6 points over Donald Trump heading into the 2016 Election, now reports 56 percent of those surveyed expressed support for the deal, while just 26 percent opposed it.
The question about the Iran deal was one of dozens posed on politics and policy included in the survey. The pollsters had included such a question in previous polls ever since 2015, and at no point since then did a similar percentage of respondents express support for the deal. The poll was conducted between April 26 and May 1. Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, representing the only democracy in the Middle East, gave a televised speech against the deal with the rogue regime on Tuesday.
Partisan politics obviously played a central theme in the survey. While 68 percent of Democrats and 51 percent of Independents expressed support for trusting Iran‘s pledges on its nuclear expansion capabilities, only 46 percent of Republicans held a similar position. Guess which political group is paying attention?
Morning Consult’s anti-Trump bias is apparent in this report stating more than 3 in 5 voters, 62 percent, say Trump’s administration is running very or somewhat chaotically — nearly twice as many as the 32 percent who say it’s running very or somewhat well. The word “chaotic” was not in the descriptive lexicon used during Obama’s administration.
Pres. Trump stated last week that the deal is a “disaster” and that it “never should have been signed.”
Fox News reports that John Kerry is under fire for engaging in ‘shadow diplomacy’ to save the flawed Iranian deal.
But count on Trump antagonist Jeff Flake to turn to leftist CNN to warn that President Trump’s decision to pull the US out of the Iran nuclear deal is “not a wise move,” and that the country may be less safe as a result of the action. In Aug. 2015 SRAZ wrote “What’s behind the Obama-Jeff Flake connection?” It provides an important backdrop.
Sen. Chuck Schumer (D-NY), a Flake colluder on the Gang of 8 amnesty scheme, who previously voted against providing Iran with nuclear capabilities, has had a change of heart. Trump hatred is a powerful motivator for liberals.