RESPONDING TO A FALSE CHARGE
The Biden campaign continues to make the false charge that President Trump has never condemned white supremacists, so the Trump campaign released a five-minute ad showing Trump publicly condemning white supremacists on 38 separate occasions.
The ad notes, "Joe Biden has never condemned the KKK but did praise a former KKK Exalted Cyclops as his 'mentor.’” Also, I’m still waiting for the Democrats to formally apologize for starting the Civil War to preserve slavery and for assassinating the Republican President who ended it.
POSSIBLE ELECTION INDICATOR?
When you type “How do” into the DuckDuckGo search engine, the autofill suggests the #1 most common question people are asking at the moment: “…I change my vote?”
GREAT QUESTION FROM A READER
“If Joe Biden thinks fossil fuels are so evil that the entire industry needs to be exterminated, why was he fine with his son being on the board of a Ukrainian oil and gas company?”
Perfect Political Headline of the Day! From the Washington Free Beacon: (North Carolina Senate Candidate) “Cal Cunningham Refuses to Take Position on Joe Biden’s Refusal to Take Position on Court Packing.”
MUST-SEE POLITICAL AD
The heroes who stopped two church shootings in Texas with their own weapons directly address Joe Biden and his “insane” gun control plans. Somehow, I get the feeling these guys are more representative of Texas than the person Biden wants to put in charge of gun laws: “Beto” O’Rourke.
TRUSTING THE EXPERTS
Joe Biden and his surrogates in politics and the media continue to blame President Trump for every last one of the approximately 220,000 COVID-19 (Chinese) coronavirus deaths. They claim that he completely botched the response, but they would have handled it much better by “listening to the experts,” even though the experts themselves are still trying to figure out exactly how the virus works and how to deal with it.
So why don’t we let one of those experts that they trust assess how well Trump handled the virus? I’ve mentioned this before, but Matt Margolis at PJ Media goes into even more detail: Early on in the pandemic, Dr. Deborah Birx, one of the top medical experts coordinating the fight against the virus, warned, “If we do things together well, almost perfectly, we could get in the range of 100,000 to 200,000 fatalities.”
I guess they’re accusing Trump of horribly botching the response because it wouldn’t drive as many votes as accusing him of falling slightly short of “almost perfect.” Incidentally, to have reached the goal of perfection, he would have needed to prevent the largest share of deaths in any state by overstepping his powers and taking the virus response in New York away from Gov. Andrew Cuomo.
FOOD FOR THOUGHT
Sarah Hoyt of PJ Media is a naturalized US citizen who knows what it’s like to live somewhere else, which makes her love America all the more. She has a dire warning for voters: the left is weaponizing the inherent decency and empathy of Americans against us to destroy us.
WHO ARE YOU GONNA BELIEVE
When it comes to whether Joe Biden will ban fracking, who are you gonna believe: YouTube’s professional “fact-checkers” or your own lying ears?
“Listen To The Experts!” Scott Johnson at the Powerline blog noticed a discrepancy between what Minnesota’s Infectious Disease Director Kris Ehresmann said about the fatality rate of the COVID-19 (Chinese) coronavirus in the state and the actual numbers.
Last week, Ehresmann said that the percentage of Minnesotans who had one of seven serious underlying conditions (chronic lung disease, severe obesity, diabetes, etc.) when they died of COVID-19 was now less than half, suggesting that it was killing younger, healthier people. But when the office got back to the reporter with the actual numbers as of October 21st, the percentage of fatalities with known underlying conditions was 94%. In another 4%, it was unknown. A whopping 2% definitely had only COVID-19.
Where I come from, 94-98% is not “less than half.” I can see why Democrats who want to keep their economies locked down and suffering until after the election listen to their own “health experts” but don’t seem to care much for mathematicians.
YOUR WEDNESDAY FAKE NEWS
Your Wednesday Fake News: No, the Trump campaign hasn’t pulled all its ads from Florida, as claimed by Bloomberg News. They have massive ad buys in Florida through Election Day, but the payee on much of it is listed as the RNC. The Trump campaign called the story “horribly wrong” and “sloppy reporting at the highest level,” and said it should be retracted.
Just FYI: Bloomberg News was founded by failed Democratic Presidential candidate Mike Bloomberg, who vowed to pour $50 million of his own money into Florida ads to try to win it for Biden and the Democrats. Let's hope they're as effective as his "Mike can get it done" Presidential ads.
When you hear Democrats decrying how awful it is that “billionaires are buying elections,” remember that they think it’s okay when it’s their billionaires buying elections for them.
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