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.
Musician and entrepreneur Kanye West announces he’s running for President, and Tesla/SpaceX CEO Elon Musk tweets “You have my full support.” While most consider this a joke, or marketing ploy, if he sticks to it he can hurt Trump and Biden, but from whom does he take the most support?
The New York Times/Siena College poll of registered voters shows Joe Biden up by 14 points over President Donald Trump, and increasing his tremendous lead among women and minorities. Bill Whittle says, “Joe Biden is a lawn sign”, and there are many reasons why this poll should cause little concern among Trump supporters.
Former Vice President Joe Biden, the presumptive 2020 Democrat nominee for president, says his “single greatest concern” is that President Trump will “steal the election.” He also tells Trevor Noah on The Daily Show, that he has given thought to the possibility that a losing Trump won’t leave the Oval Office. But don’t worry, troops […]
Hillary Clinton won this Bronx District by 93.7% in 2016, but now city councilman Ruben Diaz seems poised to beat a divided field of a dozen Democrat contenders for the bluest House seat in the USA. He’s pro-life, pro-Traditional marriage, believes the Bible, and has become a huge embarrassment to Progressive Democrats who desperately want […]
People who hate both presidential candidates voted Donald Trump in 2016, but this time they’re breaking for Joe Biden, according to Politico.com. It’s a small slice of registered voters, but in a tight race, even those who despise each choice might make the difference in choosing the 46th President of the United States. Get your […]
The New York Times waited 19 days after the new broke elsewhere before reporting on sexual assault allegations by Tara Reade against Joe Biden. While the encounter dates back to 1993, the Times’ previous coverage of ultimately-unfounded and old charges against Brett Kavanaugh broke much more quickly. Times Executive Editor Dean Baquet says they just […]
The enthusiasm was very nearly noticeable as former President Barack Obama finally endorsed his own former vice president Joe Biden, the last man standing in the Democratic primary. Meanwhile, Chris ‘Fredo’ Cuomo has a mid-life crisis on air, lamenting that his CNN job restrains him when critics attack and he wants to “do you the […]
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.
Sen. Bernie Sanders suspends his presidential campaign, but he stays on state primary ballots, keeps his delegates, gets more, and tries to pressure Joe Biden to become like the democratic socialist who just dropped out of the race.
Forced underground by the COVID-19 pandemic, former Vice President Joe Biden tries to project calm, steady, predictable leadership, awaiting the inevitable Trump meltdown. L.A. Times columnist Doyle McManus tells Democrats not to worry that the Biden campaign vanished — it’s just what’s needed at a time like this to make ‘Bunker Joe’ the November sleeper pick.
Social distancing, self-quarantine, and lockdowns threaten the American institution of primary elections, not to mention the general election in November. Is there a way to conduct the primaries in the age of COVID-19 without raising questions about the legitimacy of the balloting.
From Bloomberg staffers helping Joe Biden and Bernie Sanders while on the clock for Mike, to Bernie praising communist dictators…again, not to mention the busting of Biden’s brother for trading on the family name, the Democrats seems plagued with grifters and slackers. Our Members produce Right Angle, and offer it freely to you. Behind the […]
Get your FREE Patriot’s Primer on American Liberty right now With new job numbers far exceeding economist expectations, and unemployment at historic lows, will Americans go to the polls in November and vote to end this growth spurt? Or is the Democratic presidential nominee doomed before he’s nominated? Bill Whittle Now with Scott Ott is […]
Biden roars back from the brink of death; Mayor Pete, Amy and Mini Mike go home; Donald Trump carries California and it looks like Sanders is going to get Berned. Join Steve, Bill and Scott for this special edition look at the post-Super Tuesday field and where the Democrats go from here. Listen to the […]