February 29, 2024

U.S. Politics

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Nikki Haley's career did not have to end like this
What a loser Nikki Haley has become. And it didn't have to be this way. I wonder how much money the three "D"s bribed her with — Democrats, the D.C. swamp and the deep state. Read More.
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Trump rolls in South Carolina; Haley vows to stay in race
How bad was the shellacking Nikki Haley took at the hands of former President Donald Trump in South Carolina's Republican primary on Saturday? Read More.
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Trump confirms names of potential VP picks
Former President Donald Trump on Tuesday confirmed a list of six names that are in the running for the vice president spot on his 2024 presidential ticket. Read More.
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Vulnerabilities detailed in CISA 2020 election report
In March 2021, the Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency CISA, compiled a report which detailed glaring vulnerabilities in Election Infrastructure (EI) offices throughout the country in 2020. Read More.
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Soros set to control 220 radio stations ahead of 2024 election
Leftist billionaire George Soros is poised to take control of the U.S.’s second-largest radio company, which owns more than 220 stations nationwide, according to court filings. Read More.
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Mail-in ballots enable Dems to keep control of PA state House
Thanks to a massive advantage in mail-in voting, Pennsylvania House Democrats won a special election on Tuesday which enabled them to maintain control of the lower chamber of the state legislature. Read More.
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Michelle Obama replacing Biden? 'No way in hell'
For months before special counsel Robert Hur's report which details the cognitive decline of Joe Biden, political pundits speculated that Democrats would dump the 81-year-old and nominate someone else at the party's convention in August. Read More.
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2020 mail-in ballot study: Trump 'almost certainly' won
Without the massive expansion of voting by mail, President Donald Trump would have "almost certainly" won re-election in 2020, according to a new study which examined the likely impact that fraudulent mail-in ballots had in the 2020 vote. Read More.
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Mental decline: Joe Biden and the 25th Amendment
Republican officials are calling on Team Biden to invoke the 25th Amendment following special counsel Robert Hur’s remarkable report that itemized extensive evidence of Joe Biden’s significant cognitive decline. Was the Department of Justice sending the White House a message? Read More.
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Hemingway: U.S. elections ‘reminiscent of Soviet system’
Americans' trust in the electoral process is deteriorating rapidly, nearing the point it is becoming more "reminiscent" of the Soviet system, The Federalist Editor-In-Chief Mollie Hemingway told the House Administration Committee on Wednesday. Read More.
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Nevada: 'None of these candidates' beats Haley by 32 points
Nevada's state-mandated primary, which was held on Tuesday, does not result in the awarding of any delegates for the Republican National Convention in July. The Nevada Republican Party chose to keep its traditional caucuses in place. The delegates will be awarded at Thursday's caucuses. Read More.
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Trump vows to impose tariffs on all imports from China
If he regains the presidency, Donald Trump said he would impose tariffs on all Chinese imports. Read More.
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Biden team stonewalls impeachment committee
The White House is refusing to hand over all drafts of then-Vice President Joe Biden's December 2015 speech in Ukraine in which he called for the firing of Viktor Shokin, the Ukrainian prosecutor who was investigating corruption charges against energy firm Burisma, where Hunter Biden raked in $80,000 per month as a board member. Read More.
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The Obama elites who are trying to destroy America
In 20 of his weekly surveys, pollster Scott Rasmussen found there were always three or four out of the usual 1,000 respondents who were far more radical than the others. That would be less than one half of one percent. Read More.
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Democrats want ‘lawyers, not voters’ to choose next president
Democrats have determined that 2024 will be the first "lawfare election" in which the next president will be chosen by lawyers and not voters, “Twitter Files” reporter Matt Taibbi noted. Read More.

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