H/T RNC Research
Trying to make sense of Mike Pence is a fool’s errandMarch 14, 2023
Former Vice President Mike Pence wants nothing more than to remove the “vice” before his name. His aspirations for the top job of leading this nation have never been concealed. They are less so now as he openly lusts for the presidency and uses his undisguised animus of former President Donald Trump, for whom he served as VP, as his springboard. Pence’s most frequently hauled out and vociferous attack is blaming Trump for the January 6 attack on the U.S. Capitol. It’s a scheme that plays well to the left, but has no potency with the Republican base he needs to gain traction. Portraying himself as a victim hasn’t worked to Pence’s advantage, either.
Pence’s campaign is peripheral, lagging not only behind former President Donald Trump by 45 points, but significantly trailing Florida and Virginia governors Ron DeSantis and Glenn Youngkin, as this newly released Morning Consult update indicates.
Real Clear Politics aggregated polling shows Pence in single digits — right where he belongs.
Influence Watch introduces us to ERICMarch 12, 2023
President Reagan was a prophet
The acronym ERIC stands for Electronic Registration Information Center. Take a few minutes to acquaint yourself with this scheme which refers to itself as “a non-profit organization with the sole mission of assisting states to improve the accuracy of America’s voter rolls and increase access to voter registration for all eligible citizens.” ERIC claims it is governed and managed by states that choose to join. It was formed in 2012 with assistance from the far less than unbiased Pew Charitable Trusts.
That guarantee should put any concerns to rest.
Under the heading, “What Data Does Eric Collect From Member States,” is this reassuring tidbit: “Each member state receives reports that show voters who have moved within their state, voters who have moved out of state, voters who have died, duplicate registrations in the same state, and individuals who are potentially eligible to vote but are not yet registered. States may request a report identifying voters who appear to have voted twice within the state in the prior federal election, voted in more than one state in the prior federal election, or who voted on behalf of a deceased voter in the prior federal election.”
In addition to needlessly usurping the duties of individual elected secretaries of state and county reorders, timeliness is a crucial factor.
Republican President Ronald Reagan was renowned for saying, “The 9 most terrifying words in the English language are, I’m from the government, and I’m here to help.” A visionary, he foresaw the current situation decades ago.
Medically challenged senior citizen Joe Biden losing democrat supportMarch 6, 2023
In January 2022, 48% of democrats wanted Biden to run for a second term, and in October, 52% of them said he should run for reelection. But in the latest poll, support for his reelection among democrats dropped to 37%.
In this five-page medical report released Feb. 16, 2023 by Biden’s physician Kevin C. O’Connor, D.O., Americans were given assurances that Biden “remains fit for duty, and fully executes all of his responsibilities without any exemptions or accommodations.” Further, we were assured that “President Biden remains “a healthy, vigorous, 80-year old male, who is fit to successfully execute the duties of the Presidency, to include those as Chief Executive, Head of State and Commander In Chief.” No mention is made of his loss of cognitive abilities. On the final page, tucked in almost as an afterthought, the doctor noted “one small lesion on his chest was removed and sent for biopsy.”
Now we’re told that the biopsy confirmed that Joe Biden had basal cell carcinoma. Doctors say the cancerous tissue was removed. Jill Biden has recently had cancerous lesions removed, also. But for the Biden’s, that’s the least of it.
This latest poll (scroll down for the in-depth graphs) from the left-leaning Associated Press-NORC Center for Public Affairs Research shows just 37% of democrats say they want Biden to seek a second term, down from 52% in the weeks before last year’s midterm elections. The vast majority of adults, including most democrats, do not want Biden to run for president in 2024. Many also express little confidence in his abilities and disapprove of his handling of key issues.
Chicago voters hotfoot Lightfoot out of mayor’s officeMarch 1, 2023
Disastrous mayor kicked to the curb, 1st to lose reelection since 1983
Lori Lightfoot, noted for bringing the nation’s third most populous city into the high crime sphere and still advocating to defund the police, has lost her primary election.
Voters, who have had their fill of Lightfoot’s lax policies resulting in higher homicide rates than more populous New York or Los Angeles, have given her the boot, despite having the requisite credentials of being a black, married lesbian. Taxes and crime have escalated with the city becoming a haven for criminality.
Nine candidates were on the ballot in Tuesday’s mayoral election. A runoff between the top two vote-getters Paul Vallas and Brandon Johnson will take place April 4. The Chicago election results where Lightfoot significantly trailed her rivals can be seen here on NBC Universal Media, Channel 5.
Irrational Ronna forgets she is RNC chair, not despotic thought policeFebruary 28, 2023
Emboldened by being elected to an unprecedented fourth consecutive two-year term as Republican National Committee chair, Ronna Romney McDaniel has begun issuing edicts. She will have her hands full trying to enforce a loyalty pledge from 2024 presidential candidates to support the nominee in order for them to participate in debates.
Ronna McDaniel now requires a “pledge” Republican presidential candidates must sign in order to authenticate their candidacy and remain within Ronna’s parameters. She forgets she is the titular head of the party, and individual candidates, their strategists and coordinators determine the paths of their campaigns and political strategy.
McDaniel presumes every Republican candidate will be all too happy to discard their values and sing the kumbaya anthem.
She’ll be wrong again.
Irrelevant Paul Ryan goes negative on TrumpFebruary 27, 2023
Few Fox viewers are aware that slippery Paul Ryan was appointed to the Fox Corporation Board of Directors in March 2019 and serves as the chair of the Nominating & Corporate Governance Committee. His paltry 2022 salary, by Fox standards, is listed here.
As RINOcrat Mitt Romney’s vice presidential running mate, Ryan, the former House speaker outed himself as lacking conservative principles. Fox refers to itself as “fair and balanced,” and is widely, if erroneously, regarded as “conservative,” as evidenced by determinedly mandating its conservative hosts and reporters refer to illegal aliens as “migrants.” Todd Starnes revealed the network’s duplicity on his show in 2021.
The U.S. Customs and Border Protection has issued these most recent numbers pertaining to the invasion, including 2023 year-to-date. America is being invaded. Biden reacts by tearing down the wall President Trump was constructing.
Rodney Glassman moves on…BewareFebruary 25, 2023
In a disjointed, yet self-promoting email, perennially losing candidate Rodney Glassman, who has been the only “Of Counsel” lawyer of the two dozen attorneys with the firm of Beus Gilbert McGroder, is taking a hike following the death of founding partner Paul Gilbert, who provided Glassman cover.
In an email sent to the immediate world, Rodney announces his new contact information beginning March 1 which we omitted.
Once again, Glassman will be “Of Counsel,” rather than an integral part of the firm. His bio highlights his time in the military since his legal experience falls short. Linda Bentley, writing for the Sonoran News, exposed Glassman as a recycled democrat when he ran for the Corporation Commission in 2017, referring to him as a “quintessential opportunist.”
Rodney Glassman, who currently and opportunistically characterizes himself as a Republican, has been the recipient of hefty donations by numerous far-left unions and is pictured grinning, having obtained the support the UFC Local 99 along with other democrats running for city, district, statewide, congressional and local races. You’ll recognize many of them.
Glassman was also endorsed by Planned Parenthood, the organization that promotes planning your family by killing them after conception. He was previously a candidate for state chairman of the Arizona Democrat Party, hoping to guide the statewide strategy for defeating Republicans.
2024 pre-election analysis: blue states lose residentsFebruary 13, 2023
Blue states face mass exoduses, red states need to brace for the harsh impact
Joe Concha, media and political columnist for The Hill, has recently written ‘The new red wave is already here.’ He writes, “Recent U.S. Census data underscore a grim reality for the biggest blue states: More people are leaving states such as California, New York and Illinois than moving to them.
The exodus is real: California lost nearly 350,000 residents in 2022, while New York lost about 300,000 and Illinois saw more than 140,000 go elsewhere, per Census numbers. Other states, including New Jersey (-64,231), Massachusetts (-57,292) and Pennsylvania (-39,957), also saw large numbers of residents say goodbye.”
Call it a roaring red wave of the 2020s. And this time, it’s actually materialized, unlike during the red wave that was predicted for the 2022 midterm elections.
Concha noted the three contributing factors to the flight are Taxes, Crime and Traffic. He supports his statistics with verifiable data from the annual U-Haul Growth Index and the Internal Revenue Service.
Is Biden too old to be president?February 7, 2023
Congressman James E. Clyburn, (D-SC), two years older than Biden, is an authority on age. He was born July 21, 1940.