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Governor Confesses Dems Biggest Mistake

California Gov. Gavin Newsom (D) has said that Democrats are being “crushed on narrative” ahead of the midterm elections. Newsom told CBS News chief Washington correspondent Major Garrett that Democrats should also start being on the offensive instead of constantly playing defense. Newsom also acknowledged that the current political environment does feel like a red wave, but that the Democratic ...

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Biden Threatens Voters

President Biden has urged all Democrats to vote in the upcoming election and not “allow the dark forces that thirst for power” to threaten American democracy. Biden during a National Committee Event in Union Station in Washington, D.C. told people that they should not take elections for granted. He then argued that Republicans could not be trusted and that the ...

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Biden Attacks Republicans Over Pelosi

President Biden criticized Republicans who have made jokes about the attack on Speaker Nancy Pelosi’s (D-Calif.) husband. He also added that everyone should have completely condemned the incident. During a reception for Florida Democratic gubernatorial candidate Charlie Crist in Golden Beach, Fla, Biden noted that the Republicans were making jokes about a guy who actively chose to go out and ...

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Pelosi’s Replacement Prepares To Take Over

House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy (R-Calif.) has said in an interview that he is ready to lead as the Speaker in the lower chamber. McCarthy would potentially become the Speaker if Republicans manage to win the House in the upcoming midterm elections. In a New York Magazine interview, McCarthy said that he is better prepared to be a speaker now ...

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Do Midterms Voters Really Care About The Economy?

According to the newest Gallup Poll, the economy appears to be the main issue on the minds of U.S. registered voters. The poll showed that 49 percent said the economy was a key issue they would take into consideration before voting for Congress. Other issues that appeared to be on the forefront of people’s minds included abortion, 42 percent, and ...

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Marjorie Taylor Greene Threatens Who?

Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene (R-Ga.) on Wednesday criticized companies that chose to limit donations to GOP 2020 election deniers following the Jan. 6, 2021, Capitol Attack. She also warned that this action was “not going to be forgotten.” It is important to remember that since then many of these companies have resumed PAC spending. Greene who appeared on former Trump ...

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Upcoming Midterms About To Smash Historic Record

The turnout among young voters is expected to exceed or match the levels of turnout in the 2018 election according to the Institute of Politics at Harvard Kennedy School. A recent poll by the institute showed that 40 percent of those between the ages of 18 and 20 had said that they would “definitely” be voting in the upcoming midterm ...

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Kamala Makes Total Fool Of Herself Again

On Wednesday Vice President Kamala Harris faced a lot of criticism over her comments about yellow school buses during a speech where she promoted the new replacement electric vehicles being used. In the event which took place in Seattle, Harris noted her love for the “yellow school buses”. Behind the Vice President as she spoke were four electric school buses. ...

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Kamala Blames Diesel For Learning Decline in Children

Vice President Kamala Harris is spearheading a White House initiative to electrify the nation’s school buses, the administration announced Wednesday. The project will leverage nearly $1 billion from the Bipartisan Infrastructure Law for rebates awarded to school districts which purchase electric school buses. According to a fact sheet, the Biden administration will eventually spend $5 billion on the program. Democrats have been hiding Kamala, but she just ...

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Trump Encourages Conservatives To Not Vote

Former President Donald Trump’s allegations that the 2020 election was “stolen” has led many Republicans to believe that even if they cast their votes they would not be counted. This has led to a lot of doubt regarding whether they should vote ahead of the mid-term election. In Texas, early voting started on Monday, and conservatives who were interviewed by ...

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