Democrats are pushing a false narrative, that early voting has made Trump’s loss inevitable. Watch them have a myocardial infarction when the polls come out.
With the final presidential debate upon us, it’s clear that the Biden camp, along with their surrogates and public relations wing that is commonly referred to as the mainstream media, have settled on COVID response as their silver bullet to bring down Trump. It’s understandable. Biden is an exceptionally weak candidate himself. Every flaw of …
Biden eschews court-packing but would consider other reforms.
I don’t believe the Hunter Biden coverup story. I also don’t believe President Trump is heading for a landslide loss to Joe Biden. I don’t believe any of the media reports anymore because they’re all in service of a narrative. The polls show that Georgia is now a battleground state, with Biden up between 1 …
The Bidens have not denied that the emails are legitimate, they have denied the underlying conspiracy theory that the Post report paints. I think that is the core truth of the matter.
How could anyone possibly accept the results of an election that was decided by federal judges monkeying with ballot eligibility, and failed to be decisively affirmed or overturned by an evenly-divided Supreme Court?
Calls for more regulation of social media are literally requests to restrict the First Amendment to combat perceived censorship.
Christians made a bargain in 2016, and it’s actually paid off.
Early voting is surging this year and Democrats are driving the increase.
One school of thought holds that the second President Clinton would have represented the end of America as we know it, but is that really what would have happened?
I was a Christian before Donald Trump took the political stage, and will remain one when he’s long gone from it.
When the line between “fake news” and “bad news” becomes indistinguishable, then the organizations we trust to make that exact distinction have become part of a propaganda machine.