Donald Trump knows how to make women suburban voters happy, very happy.
“'Trump is a symptom of [misinformation] and an accelerant to it,” Obama said. “When you look at insane conspiracy theories like QAnon seeping into the mainstream of the Republican Party, what that tells you is that there are no more guardrails within that media ecosystem.' (QAnon followers believe, baselessly, President Trump is battling a cabal of “deep state” saboteurs who worship Satan and traffic children for sex.)" The Washington Post
How much more do we, as a society, have to take of Trump spreading false conspiracy theories before we boot him out of office? Maybe not much more if Americans wake up and see the absurdity of Trump's behavior this election cycle.
Remember 2016 and the news stories surfacing about Hillary Clinton and her emails? Remember the document dumps on her emails and Trump jumping all over the documents ultimately proclaiming “Lock her up”. Well, consider this from CNN:
"’Remember that Hillary Clinton gave Russia 20 percent of American uranium and, you know, she was paid a fortune,’ Trump said on the campaign trail in October 2016. ‘You know, they got a tremendous amount of money.’
Here is the nitty gritty of the poll showing this lead as reported by Newsweek:
"A new poll released Tuesday by Morning Consult shows the Democratic presidential nominee leading Trump by eight points in Biden's home state of Pennsylvania, seven points in Wisconsin, seven points in Michigan and five points in Florida. Trump won each of those over Hillary Clinton in the 2016 election four years ago, putting him well over the Electoral College vote threshold he needed to win. The latest state-level poll was conducted between October 9-11 among more than 16,000 likely U.S. voters, and reveals Biden's favorability is at its highest percentage of the 2020 campaign." Read more.
When a candidate pulls spending from key states it is a sign that those states are a write off. When a candidate takes those funds and reallocates them to other states, the candidate is making a “last ditch effort” to win in those states, states the candidate thinks he or she and win. This is what Trump is doing now. He has limited resources and he is investing them in states he feels are competitive.
The Democrats have a razor sharp message when it comes to Barret’s nomination to the Supreme Court. There are no attacks on her thus far. The issue is framed perfectly with the following message delivered during hearings on Barrett’s nomination.
Body language can be just as powerful as the spoken word.
Trump addresses 300-400 attendees.
Republicans are suppressing the vote, why? Take a look at Texas...
Here are the Texas requirements to vote by mail.
Any candidate for office making unsubstantiated claims of voter fraud should not be elected. Any president who makes the same claims should not be elected.
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