More than 100,000 mail-in ballots did not get counted in the California primary this year. Will this failure rate impact Trump vs. Biden 2020? Bill Whittle and Scott Ott break it down.
Tag: 2016 election
On the day that twice-failed presidential candidate Bernie Sanders endorses thrice-failed presidential candidate Joe Biden, NYTimes.com’s Nate Cohn warns Democrats about the weakness of Biden’s polling lead over President Trump.
Recent poll shows that 50 percent of chronic non-voters are absolutely certain they’ll turn out in November 2020, but the partisan affiliation is split. Will a surge of previously apathetic voters change anything? How is it possible in such politically-divisive times that half of the chronic non-voters won’t turnout even if the choice is Donald […]
A new Hulu Hillary Clinton documentary, made at the behest of Hillary Clinton, and offering a positive assessment of the career of Hillary Clinton, contains sharp words from Hillary Clinton about Bernie Sanders, now a leading candidate for the 2020 Democratic presidential nomination. Characterizing Bernie as mean, friendless, useless and sexist, it’s clear that his […]
In the wake of the mono-partisan impeachment of President Donald Trump, you might wonder what’s wrong with the U.S. Constitution that an entire national government can be brought to a standstill, and a country torn apart, to pursue charges that cannot result in conviction. Did the Framers of our governing charter fail to anticipate the […]
President Donald Trump is doing three things that should “scare the hell out of Democrats” according to Jonathan Capehart in the Washington Post. Bill Whittle thinks Capehart almost gets it, and then goes wildly off the rails. Can Trump’s historic campaign war chest, plus his outreach to Blacks and Latinos virtually assure his reelection? Visit […]
A new Harvard Harris poll shows Hillary Clinton tops Joe Biden in a theoretical race — a theory which the former FLOTUS is doing everything she can to nudge toward reality.
On a Reddit AMA (Ask Me Anything) the senior administration official who wrote last year’s New York Times “resistance” op-ed and 2019’s book, “A Warning”, said he won’t remain Anonymous forever. He also claims other Trump critics will speak out about the chaotic and dangerous president.
Immigrants and others flood into formerly-Republican suburbs, a churn that turns red to blue. If demography is destiny, what can the GOP do? The New York Times profiles a typical voter who came here with Republican values, but turned to Democrats thanks to President Trump’s rhetoric about immigrants.
Bill Whittle, in an epic rant, explodes over the Democratic 2016 election do-over charade called impeachment hearings. Watch this as your pre-game show for — or in lieu of — the House hearings. The gloves come off as Bill calls the hearings “absolutely, monumentally, evil.”
Did Democrats fall into an impeachment trap with President Trump like Republicans did with President Bill Clinton, whose power and influence increased in the wake of their failure to convict and remove him from office? Can the Constitution survive the charade of using impeachment as Plan B when your party loses the election?
House Speaker Nancy Pelosi announces an impeachment inquiry against President Trump. Bill Whittle thinks she has just handed the president a 2020 election victory. But how does a president under impeachment run a campaign?
Democrats on the House Judiciary Committee launch probe into allegations that President Trump violated campaign finance law with 2016 hush money payments to porn star Stormy Daniels and Playboy model Karen McDougal, both of whom alleged affairs with the Donald J. Trump. Will this Democrat effort succeed where the Russia collusion case failed? Can it lay the groundwork for impeaching Trump before, or after, the 2020 election?
Former FBI Director James Comey gets busted by a new Inspector General report from the Justice Department, for taking home classified documents related to President Trump. The report says Comey knowingly violated FBI rules and his employment agreement, setting a bad example for 35,000 Bureau staffers. So far, no criminal charges. Bill Whittle says this story is much worse than it looks.
John Blake at CNN says that President Trump has been better for Progressives than Barack Obama ever was. Not only have the 45th president’s policies and Tweets generated a ‘Trumplash’ that drives women, Blacks, Latinos and Asians into the arms of the Democrats, but he’s actually reinforced the idea that big government can be good.