Many of us — Trump supporting, Fox News viewing, Conservative Republicans — were seething on election night. Too early for prudence to enter into his calculation, Arnon Mishkin, director of the Fox News decision desk called Arizona for Biden, as numbers continue to be tallied. Though we turn to Fox’ conservative commentators, we shouldn’t lose sight of the fact that the network’s ownership is in the liberal hands of Australian media mogul 89-year-old Rupert Murdoch and his son, Lochlan.
Miskin, a registered Democrat, who acknowledged voting for Hillary, has donated to Obama and George Soros connected Act Blue, was acting on his own wishful thinking rather than facts, frequently the hallmark of his party. Joe Biden said it best, when he garbled, “We choose truth over facts.” (18-second video). The truth, of course, has to be their own, facts be damned.
The toxic combined efforts of media, big tech and corporate titans have worked in concert to undermine President Trump since he and Melania rode down the escalator in the Trump Tower. Their efforts to suppress positive polling was designed to dispirit Americans voters, causing them to believe the cause was lost.
Though Arizona lost a senate seat to Soros-supported globalist and gun restrictionist Mark Kelly, Trump loyalists have done a commendable job overall in increasing GOP U.S. House and Senate numbers. Votes are still being counted but the momentum is on our side.
The Bureau of Labor Statistics has released data showing the U.S. economy added 638,000 jobs in October, far more than the 530,000 that analysts predicted. Even with COVID-19 impacting the economy, the unemployment rate fell to 6.9 percent, from 7.9 percent with businessman Donald Trump at the helm.
Election Night delivered a jarring outcome for Democrats who had concocted an expanded political map, hoping to counter Trump and the GOP’s grip on the Senate.
Republicans held their own in numerous races in South Carolina, Iowa, Texas, Kansas, Montana and Maine, dramatically limiting Democrats’ hopes to make inroads. Democrats took a major drubbing in Alabama
Never disappointing with his cogent analyses, Victor Davis Hanson’s “The Disinformationists,” is an applicable column you’ll want to read.