Author Archives: PND Staff Writer

Voters Admit To Dems What They Really Want

Americans appear to believe that controlling the southern border has become a serious problem as the rates of illegal immigrants entering the country have greatly increased. With the midterm elections fast approaching this has become a key issue that people are considering. According to October’s I&I/TIPP Poll, public opinion seems to swing in the direction of the Republicans as they ...

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Americans Admit Biden Failed Terribly

An Election tracker by CBS News/ YouGov has shown that the majority of Americans are not happy with the country’s direction and are blaming President Joe Biden for the state of the economy. The poll which was released on Sunday shows that the momentum that had been building for the Democrats appears to be dwindling as the Democrats are trying ...

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Obama Hits The Road For Democrats

Former President Barack Obama is heading to Georgia, Michigan, and Wisconsin this month to express support for the Democratic candidates fighting for seats during this midterm elections. His first stop will be in Atlanta on Oct. 28 to support Stacey Abrams in her gubernatorial run against incumbent rival Gov. Brian Kemp. Democratic Sen. Raphael Warnock is also on the run ...

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Biden Attacks Second Amendment

Following the mass shooting in Raleigh, N.C., which left 5 people dead and many others injured, President Biden has resumed his call for Congress to ban assault weapons. In a released statement Biden said he and his wife were grieving over having another mass shooting in America. He also noted that this is one more community to have been affected ...

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McConnell Reveals His Midterms Plot

Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell has said that currently, his focus is entirely on winning the midterm elections and that he is not concerned about the GOP’s direction. In an interview, he was asked by CNN whether he thought the GOP’s direction should be more aligned with former President Donald Trump, or with more conservative GOP members such as Wyoming ...

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Top Republican Endorses Democrat Candidates

Rep. Adam Kinzinger, one of the most vocal Republican critics of former President Donald Trump has made a series of bipartisan endorsements ahead of the midterm elections. Among his endorsements are several Democrats who are looking to win in their states. Specifically, Kinzinger (R-Ill.) endorsed the following Democratic secretary-of-state candidates: Steve Simon of Minnesota, Jocelyn Benson of Michigan, Adrian Fontes ...

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Americans Losing Trust In U.S. Government

A new Gallup Poll has shown that Americans continue to distrust all three branches of the federal government. The annual Governance survey by Gallup shows that currently, Americans’ trust in the judicial branch of the federal government is around 47%. This marks the first time that the overall levels have dropped below a majority. The executive branch was only shown ...

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Kamala Snaps On Republican Governors

Vice President Kamala Harris said that those Republican governors who chose to move migrants across the country into Democratic cities and states would fall under “dereliction of duty.” During an interview on “Late Night with Seth Meyers”, Harris also said that there needs to be a solution to the migration crisis, which will include providing amnesty to many of the ...

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Trump-Endorsed Candidate Set To Defeat GOP Traitor

Incumbent Alaska Sen. Lisa Murkowski might lose the seat that she has held on for over two decades to a Republican challenger endorsed by former President Trump. A Republican has roughly a 99% chance to win next month’s Alaska senate election, with Republican challenger Kelly C. Tshibaka considered most likely to emerge with the victory at 53%, according to election ...

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Biden And Democrats Lose Big Time

In Delaware, the new vote-by-mail and same-day voter registration laws have been stricken down after the Delaware Supreme Court found them to be unconstitutional on Friday. State Democrats had hoped that the implemented changes would help improve voter turnout in the upcoming midterm elections. Justices had to look at whether ballots could be cast by mail, and whether there was ...

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