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Arizona election update

The media have imposed a tacit lockdown on stories about Kari Lake’s challenging of the 2022 Maricopa County, Arizona, elections, but she’s continuing to press her case in the state Supreme Court. And here’s just one more story that makes that election smell even fishier. Rasmussen Reports and College Republicans United conducted a survey of likely voters in Arizona. It found that 55% believe that the Maricopa election irregularities affected the outcome, in which Democrat Katie Hobbs defeated Lake by only 17,000 votes, with 35% believing it’s “very likely.” The survey also found that even now, after Hobbs has been in the Governor’s seat for two months and Lake has been vilified by the media, Lake’s favorability rating is higher than Hobbs’ by 51-44%. But even more intriguing, of the 95% of respondents who said they voted in 2022, 51% said they voted for Lake and only 43% voted for Hobbs. That 8-point gap is almost three times the poll’s margin of error. There were similar findings in two other statewide races in which Democrats won narrow victories. You might think that just means the poll sample was wildly skewed, but oddly, the self-reported vote for Democrat Sen. Mark Kelly over Republican Blake Masters (about 50-46%) matched the election total. Hmm…

The Dollar Tree stops selling eggs

Thanks to the policies of Joe Biden (or whoever around him is actually imposing these crazy leftist policies), inflation is so bad that even Dollar Tree is charging $1.25, with many items now in the $3-5 range. And people are so hammered by inflation that Dollar Tree has become a major source for groceries for many Americans. But there’s one thing you won’t find at Dollar Tree. No, not caviar. The chain is pulling eggs from its stores. Yes, eggs are now so expensive that even with the new higher prices on some items, the chain figures that if you’re shopping at Dollar Tree, you can’t afford a dozen eggs. Maybe they should start selling them one egg at a time for $1.25 each.

From our “About Darn Time” File

The Heritage Foundation and Advancing American Freedom are suing the Biden “Justice” Department to obtain documents relating to its response (or almost complete lack thereof) to violent attacks on about 200 churches and pro-life pregnancy centers since Roe v. Wade was overturned. Critics say this is a blatant example of a politicized double standard of justice that shows contempt for pro-life Americans and people of faith. But Attorney General Merrick Garland has claimed that the reason they’re prosecuting pro-life activists is that protests at abortion clinics tend to be in daylight with cameras present, while pro-abortionists attack at night and wear masks. Well, in that case, it would require some sort of police work. I can see now why absolutely nothing has been accomplished.



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