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Americans Plan On Being Slaves Long After COVID Is “No Longer A Threat”

In a new report, Americans are said to be willing to kneel in slavery to the ruling class long after the “threat” of COVID-19 is gone. Many will continue to be obedient to their masters, lick the hand that feeds them, and wear the ritualistic shame muzzle for the foreseeable future.

Researchers at the Ohio State University Wexner Medical Center polled more than 2,000 people across the country and found that most of those surveyed are OK with continuing many pandemic protocols for public health, even when COVID-19 is no longer a major threat. That includes wearing the shame muzzle.

Are Face Masks & COVID Rituals Occultist Symbols For Submission?

The survey was actually indicative of the ability to control and manipulate the public without actually having to use the physical chains of slavery. The survey specifically found the following:

  • 72 percent of people still plan to wear masks in public.
  • 80 percent will avoid crowds.
  • 90 percent will frequently wash their hands and use hand sanitizer.

The oppressive slave state rulers “hope” they have convinced people to hand over their liberties for a false sense of security.

Dr. Iahn Gonsenhauser, chief quality and patient safety officer at the Ohio State University Wexner Medical Center who helped conduct this survey says he’s “hopeful” that people will consider wearing masks during cold and flu season in the future. “I’m hopeful that our experience with the flu this year is enough of a learning and teaching moment that more people understand the impact we can make if we approach flu season differently in the future,” he says.

The ruling class is laughing at us and the chains we’ve fastened around our own necks.  They didn’t even have to lift a finger. People have become willing sheep.

Some are waking up, however. It is just a ridiculously slow process right now.  Stay aware and use discernment.

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Poll: More than half of NYC firefighters will refuse COVID vaccine despite research showing firefighters are 15 times more likely to be infected

More than half of New York City firefighters say they would not get a COVID-19 vaccine if the department offered it, according to a Tuesday report from CNN.

The survey’s findings come on the heels of research showing that firefighters are at least 15 times more likely to be infected by coronavirus.

What are the details?

The poll, according to Uniformed Firefighters Association President Andrew Ansbro, found that nearly 55% of 2,000 queried FDNY firefighters said they would not be interested in receiving the inoculation.

The poll asked, “Will you get the COVID-19 Vaccine from Pfizer when the Department makes it available?”

More than 1,100 firefighters said they had no intention of receiving the vaccine; 929 firefighters responded in the affirmative, however, saying that they would take the shot.

Recent research, according to CNN, found that New York City first responders were 15 times more likely to be infected with COVID-19 when compared with other city residents. European Respiratory Journal reported the research findings in October.

The research, conducted by Michael Weiden, an FDNY medical officer as well as New York University Medical School professor, discovered 5,715 confirmed or suspected COVID-19 cases among FDNY members between March and May. At least 62 FDNY workers were hospitalized with the virus, and four died, according to the findings.

“During this period,” CNN reports, “the infection rate among FDNY workers was 15 times the rate of the general population in New York City, but the group also had lower rates of severe coronavirus disease than the general New York City population.”

What else?

Ansbro said in response to the poll’s findings that he hopes more firefighters and first responders will receive the vaccination.

“I will definitely get it,” he revealed. “I hope more members get it. I will encourage them to get it, but at the end of the day, it is a hundred percent their own choice.”

In a statement to CNN, FDNY spokesperson Jim Long said, “We’re going to offer the vaccine to everyone that is interested and wanting to take the vaccine. We feel that we, the department ant the UFA, are going to work together to provide the best information to our membership so they can make a decision whether to be vaccinated or not.”

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GOP pollster Frank Luntz says his industry is ‘done’ after poor 2020 forecasts

Longtime Republican pollster Frank Luntz says his industry is “done” after major forecasts were way off in projecting outcomes in the 2020 general election.

What are the details?

As numbers rolled in during the tight race between President Donald Trump and Democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden on Tuesday night, Luntz told Axios, “The political polling profession is done.” He added, “It is devastating for my industry.”

National polls leading up to Election Day showed Biden held a commanding advantage over Trump, but the two candidates were neck and neck out of the gate and remained in a heated battle so close Wednesday that lawsuits were already filed.

The Hill pointed out that “beyond the presidential election…many pollsters were projecting that Democrats would gain House seats and the Senate majority,” adding that, “Instead, it appears that Republicans will gain House seats and that the party has a strong chance of keeping control of the Senate.”

On Twitter, Luntz pointed to the fact that GOP Sen. Susan Collins (Maine) was behind challenger Sara Gideon (D) in 14 major polls as Nov. 3 approached, but ended up winning by several points. He called the widespread inaccuracy “a systemic failure.”

Nearly two weeks ago, Luntz told Fox News that if President Trump wins and defies the polls as he did in 2016, his “profession is done.”

“I hate to acknowledge it, because that’s my industry — at least partially — but the public will have no faith, no confidence.” Luntz told anchor Bret Baier. “Right now, the biggest issue is the trust deficit.”

He added, “Pollsters did not do a good job in 2016. So, if Donald Trump surprises people, if Joe Biden had a 5- or 6-point lead, my profession is done.”

Luntz issued an apology to fellow pollster John McLaughlin on Wednesday, saying McLaughlin beat “mainstream pollsters” with his predictions that Trump would have a strong showing in “key Rust Best states.” Luntz had earlier said of McLaughlin’s projections: “I don’t believe it. But if he’s right, he’s a genius. If he’s wrong, I wonder if he’ll ever work again.”

During an interview with CNBC on Wednesday, Luntz was asked if he was surprised by the outcomes of the election thus far. “My single biggest surprise is not something that you guys have been talking about, which is that it looks like the Republicans will keep control of the Senate,” he replied.

“My second biggest surprise,” he continued, “is that the pollsters at CNN and a few other places have not apologized for the numbers that are completely wrong.”

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Axios co-founder Jim VandeHei slams media for complete fumble in election predictions

Jim VandeHei, Axios co-founder and CEO, suggested that the media is way out of touch with Americans based on predictions for the 2020 presidential election.

What are the details?

VandeHei appeared Wednesday on MSNBC, where he said that much of the media needs to wake up and realize that they don’t understand America.

“On one hand, a lot of this was knowable,” he said, pointing out that what was not “knowable” was how House Republicans would “way overperform” this election cycle.

“And this is the one where I think all of us have to have a little bit of humility, and a lot of people living in bubbles have to realize they don’t understand America,” he said.

“Donald Trump was the only person who thought they were gonna pick up House seats.”

VandeHei added, “Trump could still lose, but he performed way better than most people thought that he would. Look at Wisconsin, some of the polls … somebody had a 17-point Biden lead. It looks like it’s going to come down to a point or two. And so there’s things happening in America that people don’t realize if they’re living in big cities.”

He pointed out that Hispanic voters came out in droves for President Donald Trump in Florida and insisted that the vote wasn’t carried only by “working-class white men.”

“In almost every state, he overperformed what people thought he would do, and so we’re headed towards some really, really rocky times,” VandeHei insisted.

“I do think the one thing all of us can learn is to have a little bit of humility that there’s something going on — and we talked a lot about it on the show, all these flags, the boats, everything — there’s something going on out there that most of the media has been missing,” VandeHei said. “And obviously Donald Trump and the Republicans are the big beneficiaries of that as we sit here today, even if Trump loses the presidency.”

(H/T: Mediaite)

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Horowitz: Early morning, Election Day: The polls actually show a map nearly identical to 2016

If you listen to the horse race commentators and the national polls they tout, Trump is underperforming his 2016 performance in nearly every demographic and will lose in a landslide. However, if you look at the Real Clear Politics (RCP) polling average of the most critical states, they are roughly in line with where they were in 2016 … when Trump won. Given what we already know about early voting dynamics in some of the critical states, this analysis actually shows that, even according to the same polling baseline of 2016, Trump is very much in the game.

Here is a table of key states from 2016 comparing the final RCP polling averages to the final election results.

Now let’s take the differential in the 2016 RCP average for each state and add the difference to the current RCP state averages for this election. These averages were posted as of 5:00 a.m. ET, November 3, 2020.

Even if we assume the exact same bias and that the polls are not more compromised than they were last time, Trump would very much be in the game. In fact, technically, Trump would be on pace to win Wisconsin, Pennsylvania, and Minnesota, while easily maintaining Iowa, Ohio, and North Carolina. That would give him 260 electoral votes, though with a very quixotic mix of states.

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Among the remaining states, Trump would be just 0.3 points behind in Michigan, 1 point behind in Arizona, and a nail-biting 0.1 behind in Florida.

With that said, very few people believe Trump will not win Florida, given the increased strength of Republican voter registration, the strong early vote turnout, and the flip of the Cubans in Miami-Dade County to Trump. Even Larry Sabato, who has Trump losing every other battleground state, believes he will win Florida. Assuming the polls are wrong about the other states, there’s no reason to believe Florida polls this cycle would somehow have a more pro-Trump bias.

Thus, such a result would actually net a map of 289 for Trump.

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However, if Trump really were to win the Rust Belt and Midwest states again, it’s hard to see him losing Arizona. Moreover, with the polling even more out of whack this year, the polling in Michigan could easily be off an additional 1-2 points, as we’ve seen the polls tend to be wildly off in the Midwest. Also, in 2016, Arizona was not polled nearly as much, because it was only viewed as marginally in reach for Democrats, so Trump actually underperformed his polling. It’s reasonable to believe that if the other key swing states are off by that much, Arizona’s polling would fall more in line with the polls we are seeing from states like North Carolina and Ohio.

Finally, almost all of the polls show Trump closing strong in some of the critical states, such as Florida, North Carolina, Pennsylvania, Michigan, and Georgia. In the critical state of Pennsylvania, for example, the trend line for Trump is straight up, and unlike other battleground states, the Keystone State doesn’t have early voting. Thus, Trump will capitalize on a larger pool of voters at his peak performance.

To be clear, all these states, under this analysis, would be very close. It doesn’t mean Trump is necessarily going to win. But it does mean that he fundamentally has the same map he did in 2016, give or take, and is not starring down the barrel of a Barry Goldwater-style blowout, as many of the national polls are predicting. He will likely bleed some voters he won last time but win others within the same contours of those Rust Belt states. How much he gives and how much he takes will determine the entire ballgame.

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Horowitz: Did Democrats suppress their own voters with COVID fearmongering?

The left has remade our society, economy, and interpersonal relationships through irrational fear of a virus and illogical worship of social isolation as a panacea. Well, what if they did such a good job convincing people that they will die if they go out and stand on line to vote that they have suppressed their own voters? Remember,
it’s mainly liberals who believe in the cult of COVID lockdowns. Well, evidence from early voting data throughout the country hints at such a remarkable electoral phenomenon unfolding.

The story is the same in many critical areas. While we don’t know the ballot choices of those who voted early, we do know the party registration breakdown in most states. And in nearly every critical state, Republicans are doing much better than they did in 2016 in terms of in-person early voting. Given that Trump won in 2016 and the electorate will only get more favorable for Republicans on Election Day itself (because
the majority of Democrats vote early), this portends an outcome way out of sync with the majority of polls.

Nowhere is this more evident than in Florida. Republicans are
downright winning in-person early voting in terms of turnout by voter registration in Miami-Dade County, one of the state’s most liberal jurisdictions. Yes, Democrats did bank a lot of mail-in votes, but because Republicans are doing so well with in-person early voting, they are ahead of their 2016 benchmarks in nearly every critical county — and remember, Trump carried Florida in 2016. Democrats are now faced with the prospect of trying to make a last-minute effort for people to vote in person in south Florida because the mail-in ballots came up short.

But it turns out that the mail-in campaign is the problem for Democrats. The large number of mail-in votes is unlikely bringing in new voters. Democrats are cannibalizing their in-person vote through record numbers of mail-ins. Sure, many of them answered the call to fill out their ballots through the mail, but they are clearly not enjoying a 1-1 ratio with their typical in-person voting. One would expect — with record mail-in ballots from Democrats — they’d be crushing Republicans, at least in terms of turnout by voter registration, headed into Election Day voting. However, despite all that cannibalization of their base in-person voting, they are actually behind their 2016 numbers! They fired all the bullets in their gun and are poised to lose.

The Democratic governor in Wisconsin sounded the alarm about the failure of mail-in ballots to turn out all their voters they need just to stay on par with 2016. At a press conference on Friday, Gov. Tony Evers
warned Democrats to vote in person, not by mail. They are discovering the obvious fact that if even 10%-20% of their traditional base throw out their paper mail, which is very common in this day and age, they will lose their baseline votes unless they turn them out on Election Day.

There’s just one problem: It’s too late. By definition, most of the people in this country who have refused to leave their homes for seven months are Democrat voters. Democrats have done such a good job at convincing people they will die from the virus that they have fearmongered themselves into electoral oblivion.

As of Sunday,
the composition of the ballots cast so far in the Badger State was 43% Republican and 35% Democrat. An R+8 advantage in early voting is simply astounding, given that, according to exit polls, Democrats had a +1 advantage overall in 2016. It’s possible that Republicans are also cannibalizing more of their Election Day vote than usual as early voting becomes more universal, but it’s very unlikely that the electorate would suddenly become more Democratic on Election Day itself. No wonder the Wisconsin governor is sounding the alarm.

In North Carolina, Democrats are going into Election Day with a 17% smaller registration edge among votes already cast than they did in 2016, despite the massive mail-in ballot campaign. And remember, Trump still carried the state in 2016 by nearly four points.

A similar dynamic is playing out in
Michigan, where Republicans lead Democrats 41%-39% in early voting turnout. Overall, Democrats enjoyed a nine-point edge in turnout in 2016, when Trump carried the state by the slimmest of margins. What’s more, Republican turnout is nearly tied with Democrats in the critical Detroit suburb of Oakland County, a county Trump lost last time by eight points.

The problem with so many of the polls is that they were predicated on Democrats doing much better in early voting. Take the most recent
Fox News Wisconsin poll, for example, which had Biden up by five points. The poll showed a massive edge for Democrats when mail-in and early voting is combined.

However, we know that is this already not true because Republicans have an eight-point edge in combined early voting turnout. It’s true that not all mail-in ballots have been returned as of Sunday, but Fox’s turnout projection model is nowhere near the reality of the current early voting/mail-in ballot count.

In Pennsylvania, there is no in-person early voting — only mail-in voting — so naturally, Democrats have a strong edge in turnout of returned ballots so far. But again, just like we are seeing in the other states, those mail-in ballots are likely not enough to overcome the drop-off in their in-person voting. On Saturday, the
Washington Post reported that Pennsylvania Democrats are worried about “potential trouble with mail-in ballots during a pandemic” and “signs of lower-than-anticipated turnout among the Democratic base.”

In past years, Democrats would carefully monitor those who failed show up in early voting or declined to mail in a ballot and offered to take them to the polls on Election Day. Well, good luck doing that this year with all their voters who were convinced that stepping out in public is a death sentence.

Obviously, we will all find out Tuesday night whether these numbers really portend a Trump victory. But if he winds up winning, it will likely be because the very people who locked down our lives and liberty successfully locked down their own vote.

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A record turnout of voting is happening around the United States. The ease of mail-in votes is allowing many more people to express their opinions, where they might otherwise just stay home, be indifferent about it, and avoid the crowds.

Let’s go over the current state of affairs:

Democrat leaning states – California (55), Hawaii (4), Oregon (7), Washington State (12), Illinois (20), New Mexico (5), New York (29), Washington D.C. (3), Maryland (10), Delaware (3), New Jersey (14), Connecticut (7), Massachusetts (11), Rhode Island (4), Vermont (3) and Virginia (13). These states are nearly guaranteed to vote for Biden; that’s a collective 200 Electoral College votes.

Republican Leaning States – Oklahoma (7), Utah (6), Idaho (4), Wyoming (3), North Dakota (3), South Dakota (3), Nebraska (5), Louisiana (8), Alabama (9), Mississippi (6), Arkansas (6), Missouri (10), Kentucky (8), West Virginia (5), Tennessee (11), Montana (3), Alaska (3) and Indiana (11). These states are nearly guaranteed to vote for President Trump; that’s a collective 111 Electoral College votes.

SWING STATES: Nevada (6), Arizona (11), Colorado (9), Wisconsin (10), Michigan (16), Florida (29), New Hampshire (4), North Carolina (15), Georgia (16), Iowa (6), Ohio (18), South Carolina (9), Minnesota (10), Kansas (6), Pennsylvania (20), Maine (4) and Texas (38). That’s a collective of 227 Electoral College votes.  

According to the polls, which are NOT to be trusted, Biden has a big lead. They vary from one to another, but most have Joe Biden comfortably in the driver’s seat.

If Biden wins the blue-swinging states, according to the polls, then he would have 279 Electoral College votes, whereas Donald Trump would have 263.

In other words, if Trump wins in either AZ, CO, WI, MI, or NC and is able to secure FL, TX, PA, and MN, he will remain in office.

What do you think will occur?

Monday will be another volatile day, because, as you can see, with everything that’s happening with Joe’s son, things aren’t looking like smooth sailing for the Democrats.


The eerie similarity between today’s market action and the one markets experienced in the Great Depression is quite dramatic, but the Federal Reserve and the world’s governments are reacting quickly and with a massive force of stimulus measures, all based on DEBT – lots and lots of it.

It seems like the tradeoff between debt and stimulus is always towards DEBT.

Can markets suddenly plunge by 40%-60%? Is it possible?

The answer is most likely not, since the crisis that we’ve seen this year did not originate from a financial or economic source.

It’s certainly possible that we’ll have volatility and pretty erratic markets for a while, since there’s an elevated level of uncertainty, specifically when it comes to the pandemic.

When one looks at this third wave of infections sweeping through Europe and the U.S., coupled with the elections, the conclusion is that Covid-19 will probably stay with us for a few years longer than most believe, perhaps permanently.

I’ll leave you with this: since 1928, if the S&P 500 was down for the 3-month period before elections, the reigning party (Republicans, in this case) was defeated. Since August, the index has returned -0.6%, so if you wanted yet another CLOSE CALL, this is as tight as it gets.


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Yesterday, markets absolutely crashed hard.

What’s causing this unbelievable volatility? In one word, it’s the election. This November 3rd, the world’s leading economy, the one that holds the reserve currency status, could erupt into chaos.

The markets were sure that Biden will win due to the polls, which they couldn’t believe would be wrong again, but the reality is proving much more complicated.

For one, Hunter Biden’s scandal is getting suppressed at 20x the force that the bullion banks depressed silver at the turn of the decade. If Trump’s son was in the same shoes, there would have been no COVID-19 coverage anymore – his recordings would be playing 24/7 and spreading like fire on all social media platforms.

The United States media has lost all credibility and any sense of fairness or dignity.

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October is notoriously the most volatile month of the calendar year, and the NASDAQ 100 is very close to another flash correction (-10%).

What we’re hearing from Jeff Gundlach, David Einhorn, and Stanley Druckenmiller is distressing and alarming. Gundlach is predicting a revolution this decade. Einhorn has called the top of the tech bubble (as of September 2nd). Druckenmiller is on edge.

Going back more than 120 years, the data shows that October is a unique month; for some reason, the biggest market crashes occur within this calendar month.


As you can see, the tech bubble of today is only half as expensive as the one in the 2000s, so before we start predicting a great depression 2.0, know that we personally don’t treat this volatility as the telltale signs of a huge meltdown.

We acknowledge the fact that stocks are expensive, but we also know that times are different.

Therefore, keep “living” what’s going on instead of looking to build fantasy scripts in your mind like the ones I read about every day that forecast -80% drops as if those occur every Monday morning.

The worst black swan event in a century only managed to move markets down by -35% in March, so think of what -80% really entails…


We live in a world of expensive assets and zero-percent interest rates. At some point in the coming years, the whole thing will have to be reversed, neutralized, or reset – IT’S MADNESS.

On the other side of this chaos, I expect the motherlode of all stimulus packages – wait for fireworks, even if they take a couple of months to kick in.

Governments are under severe threat of existential legitimacy and people want money. They will GET IT, and that is a clear catalyst for commodities.

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Secret Models of “The Darkest Winter”

Winter is coming and with it, more totalitarian overreaches, burning cities, violence, and chaos, no matter who “wins” the upcoming election (which has already been determined to go a certain way based on modeling and the agenda of the elitists). If you are still under some kind of delusion that your vote actually matters, it’s time to wake up.

Derrick Broze says: “We are in the last few months of a tumultuous year and it appears there might be more unprecedented events on the way. As we near election 2020, it’s important to step back and analyze the potential plans of the Predator Class. Specifically, it’s important to understand a number of recent government simulations and exercises.”

A number of recent simulations of the United States 2020 election are telling.  The plan is to make it appear as though voting matters, so both sides get upset when a winner isn’t determined immediately. This will result in chaos and potential civil war, and this website has already warned you of this election modeling. It would be easy to dismiss these exercises as politically driven fantasy if the people involved had not already publicly advised their candidate not to concede the election under any circumstances.

“Those who vote decide nothing. Those who count the vote decide everything.” ? Joseph Stalin

People have been content to hand over their power to political overlords by voting. When this happens and the division in a country is so strong, the potential for chaos is off the charts. Most recently, media reports indicated the Transition Integrity Project (TIP) held a number of exercises simulating what might happen in the event Donald Trump loses the 2020 election but refuses to leave office.

The Boston Globe reported that the TIP met in June to simulate the 11-week period between Election Day on November 3rd and Inauguration Day on January 20, 2021. The exercises state that “Trump and his Republican allies used every apparatus of government — the Postal Service, state lawmakers, the Justice Department, federal agents, and the military — to hold onto power, and Democrats took to the courts and the streets to try to stop it.” –Activist Post

More Preplanned Election Chaos: Trump Says The Supreme Court Will “Sort Out” The Election

What’s more, is there was a government exercise called “the dark winter”:

The Dark Winter exercise took place in June 2001, only months before the 9/11 attacks. This exercise took place at Andrews Air Force Base in Camp Springs, Maryland, and involved several Congressmen, a former CIA director, a former FBI director, government insiders, and privileged members of the press. The exercise simulated the use of smallpox as a biological weapon against the American public.

During the Dark Winter exercise authorities attempt to stop the spread of “dangerous misinformation” and “unverified” cures, just like with the Event 201 simulation. Dark Winter further discusses the suppression and removal of civil liberties, such as the possibility of the President to invoke “The Insurrection Act”, which would allow the military to act as law enforcement upon request by a State governor, as well as the possibility of “martial rule.” The script says martial rule may “include, but are not limited to, prohibition of free assembly, national travel ban, quarantine of certain areas, suspension of the writ of habeas corpus [i.e. arrest without due process], and/or military trials in the event that the court system becomes dysfunctional.” –Activist Post

The best thing you can do is refuse to participate in this gigantic scam, stay as far away from the polls as possible on election day, refuse to live in fear, and make sure you are prepared to defend yourself and family if chaos does break out. Do not add fuel to the fire by taking to the streets. To beat these psychopaths at their own game, all we have to do is stand up and refuse to play.

No Matter Who Wins, the American People Lose: The Election Will Only Determine Who Will Continue The Erosion

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Polling firm asks two unique questions, forecasts Trump will win again

President Donald Trump is building another upset election victory, according to experimental polling from the University of Southern California.

Despite Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden’s lead in the polls, two polling questions from USC have analysts predicting that Trump will win re-election.

What is the background?

Biden has held a commanding lead over Trump in national polling since the start of the general election season.

Currently, Biden’s lead stands at an average of 7.4% nationally, down three points in just two weeks, according to RealClearPolitics. Among top battleground states, Biden’s lead is less than 4% on average.

What did the poll find?

To survey which candidate is expected to win an election, pollsters typically gauge voter interest by simply asking respondents for whom they plan to vote; this is known as the “voter intention question.”

But the operators of the USC Dornsife Daybreak Poll are asking respondents two additional questions: the “social-circle question” and the “state-winner question,” which probes which candidate respondents think will win their state.

The reasoning behind the “social-circle question” is simple, according to USC Dornsife. Asking respondents who they think their social circle will vote for is extremely reliable, the polling institute said. In fact, USC Dornsife has asked the question in five elections — and each time the outcome has been more reliable than the “voter intension question” outcome.

Using these two questions, the pollsters discovered great news for Trump.

From USC Dornsife:

The social-circle question is predicting Biden will win the popular vote, but by a much slimmer margin than what’s being predicted by the standard voter intention question — in the USC Dornsife Daybreak Poll and most others — regarding how poll participants themselves plan to vote. When we calculate how many electoral votes each candidate could get based on state level averages of the own-intention and social-circle questions, it’s looking like an Electoral College loss for Biden.

Meanwhile, the pollsters said the “state-winner question” indicates an even bigger Electoral College loss for Biden than the “social-circle question.”

While it remains to be seen how the polling will turn out this time, final polling in 2016 actually wasn’t far off, showing Clinton winning by an average of about 3 points. Clinton won the popular vote by 2.1 points.

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Democrat Cal Cunningham still leads in North Carolina Senate race despite affair allegations

Democratic U.S. Senate candidate for North Carolina Cal Cunningham has not been hurt by multiple allegations of extramarital affairs in recent weeks, and has even expanded his lead against incumbent Sen. Thom Tillis (R) according to a recent poll.

What are the details?

Newsweek reported a “Monmouth University poll released Tuesday finds Cunningham with a 48 percent to 44 percent lead over Tillis among registered voters,” however, the outlet noted that the Democrat’s “lead is within the poll’s margin of error of 4.4 percent.”

According to The Week, the accusations of infidelity against Cunningham — a married father of two — may have pushed women and seniors toward favoring his opponent, but male voters showed an increase in support for Tillis’ challenger.

The outlet broke down the recent shifts in polling for the race, reporting:

In the previous poll, Cunningham was up seven, but that jumped to a 10-point advantage in the iteration released Monday. The growing margin is largely thanks to men and younger voters, who have enhanced their support for the challenger. For example, Cunningham went from trailing Tillis by 11 among all men in September, to up two in October. Meanwhile, women and senior voters did shift more to Tillis in the wake of the scandal. But, overall, it does not appear to have drastically altered the state of the race.

Less than two weeks ago, Cunningham admitted to the authenticity of leaked sexually-charged texts between himself and a married California public relations strategist named Arlene Guzman Todd.

Mrs. Todd later told the Associated Press that the relationship was physically intimate. Meanwhile, National File — the outlet that broke the initial story of the sexting scandal — reported allegations that Cunningham had been involved in an extramarital affair with another unnamed woman since 2012.

Cunningham has refused to address the issue in the press, beyond saying that he has apologized for the pain he has caused his family and taken responsibility. Following the allegations against his opponent, Tillis released a political ad while arguing that “Cunningham’s candidacy is riddled with hypocrisy.”

Cal Cunningham expands lead despite affair

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Majority of voters say they’re better off under Trump after 4 years; higher than Obama in his re-election year

A majority of Americans say they are better off under President Donald Trump than they were four years ago, according to a new Gallup poll. The Gallup survey found that voters were more satisfied during President Trump’s four-year term than the first terms of former Presidents Barack Obama and George W. Bush, new polling data has revealed.

Gallup’s Sept. 14-28 poll found that 56% of U.S. registered voters believe they are better off now under President Trump compared to four years ago.

President Trump celebrated the news on Twitter: “The Gallup Poll has just come out with the incredible finding that 56% of you say that you are better off today, during a pandemic, than you were four years ago (OBiden). Highest number on record! Pretty amazing!”

Trump is the only president in 36 years of Gallup polls to have a majority of respondents say they are better off now than they were four years ago.

In 2012, when then-President Obama was seeking reelection, the same question was asked by Gallup, and 45% said they were better off than they were four years earlier.

In 2004, when then-President George W. Bush was up for reelection, 47% said they were in a better place than four years prior.

President George H.W. Bush was seeking reelection in 1992, and he scored a lowly 38% on the same question.

In 1984, 44% of voters said they were happier under then-President Ronald Reagan’s first term.

Gallup does not have polling for 1996, when Bill Clinton was president.

Gallup started asking registered voters in 1984: “Are you better off today than you were four years ago?” The question is based on a famous quote by former President Ronald Reagan.

During the 1980 presidential campaign, then-Republican nominee Reagan asked the audience that same question during his one and only presidential debate against then-Democratic President Jimmy Carter.

In a “60 Minutes” interview from 2014, President Obama used Reagan’s memorable question, “Are you better off today than you were four years ago?”

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In Gallup’s poll of a random sample of 905 registered voters, they were asked their opinions about President Trump and Democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden. The poll found that 49% of registered voters agree with President Trump “on the issues,” compared to 46% who aligned with former Vice President Biden.

However, 49% of voters said Biden has “the personality and leadership qualities that a president should have,” versus 44% who viewed Trump as presidential.

The poll has a margin of error of plus or minus 4 percentage points.

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‘The truth lies somewhere in the middle’: Steven Crowder on political POLLS

Have political polls ever left you discouraged? You’re not alone.

Monday, Steven Crowder addressed conservatives who tend to rise and fall by political polls. Crowder shared personal anecdotes to illustrate why polls should not leave conservative voters discouraged.

According to Crowder, it’s reasonable for voters to doubt any poll declaring President Donald Trump victor or loser of the upcoming presidential election.

“The polls have been consistently unreliable,” Crowder said. “The truth lies somewhere in the middle.”

Here’s Crowder’s take on polls’ trustworthiness and why he believes conservatives ought never to allow political polls to ruin their outlook of the impending presidential election.

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40% of Democrats are ‘happy’ and 31% are ‘excited’ that President Trump diagnosed with COVID-19

There has been no shortage of leftist celebrities and pundits celebrating President Donald Trump being diagnosed with COVID-19. The usual cast of Trump-hating characters gleefully rejoiced in the president testing positive for the deadly coronavirus, including Kathy Griffin, Jimmy Kimmel, Bette Midler, and Rob Reiner. But being overjoyed that Trump tested positive isn’t only for the rich and famous, Democratic voters were also cheering that the commander-in-chief contracted coronavirus.

A new Morning Consult/Politico poll of over 900 American registered voters found that 40% of Democrats were “somewhat” or “very” “happy” when they found out that the president tested positive for COVID-19. There were 31% of Democrats who were “somewhat” or “very” “excited” to hear about Trump’s coronavirus diagnosis. There were 41% of Dems who were “indifferent” to the news of the president contracting the disease.

Republicans had a far more empathetic reaction to the news, with 55% of GOP voters “somewhat” or “very” “sad” about Trump testing positive for the virus. There were 51% of Republicans who were “somewhat” or “very” “worried” for the president.

There were 61% of Democrats who were “not too concerned” or “not concerned at all” about Trump’s well-being, compared to 78% of Republicans who were “very concerned” or “somewhat concerned” about the president’s health.

Of the respondents, 51% were satisfied with the amount of information they’re getting on Trump’s health.

Of the participants, 49% are “more worried” about the economy following Trump’s coronavirus diagnosis, compared to only 6% who are “less worried.”

Trump should address the nation about his positive COVID-19 diagnosis, say 68% of voters.

As far as the Supreme Court confirmation hearings for Judge Amy Coney Barrett scheduled for Oct. 12, 57% of Republican voters say the hearings should not be delayed because of Trump’s positive test. Meanwhile, two-thirds of Democrats say the hearings should be delayed.

Trump testing positive for COVID-19 didn’t have much impact on voters’ level of concern about the coronavirus pandemic. The survey found that 53% of U.S. adults said they were “very concerned” about coronavirus on Oct. 2, the same percentage as the Morning Consult poll from Sept. 25-27.

More than half, 53% of voters, say they are more inclined to wear a face mask and practice social distancing following Trump’s positive coronavirus test.

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Polling from battleground states may indicate some momentum for Trump, points to competitive election

New polls released this week from battleground states crucial to the November election may show President Donald Trump gaining momentum against former Vice President and Democratic nominee Joe Biden.

Polling from Arizona, Florida, Georgia, Ohio, and Michigan shows Trump and Biden statistically tied. This marks an improvement for Trump, who has previously trailed behind Biden in surveys from these states, which collectively represent 90 Electoral College votes up for grabs on Nov. 3.

Here’s the latest polling

An ABC News/Washington Post poll published Wednesday shows Trump leading Biden 51% to 47% among likely voters in Florida, Fox News reported. The poll also has Trump with a 1-point lead over Biden in Arizona. The sampling error of both polls is plus or minus 4.5 percentage points, placing the differentials within the margin for error, meaning Trump and Biden are statistically tied in this survey.

A Monmouth University poll also released Wednesday has Trump leading Biden 48% to 46% in Georgia in a high likely voter turnout model. This 2-point differential is within the survey’s 4.9% margin of error, again a statistical tie. In the poll’s low-turnout model, Trump leads Biden 50% to 45% among likely voters.

A poll of likely voters in Michigan conducted by the Republican polling firm Trafalgar Group and released Thursday finds Trump narrowly leading Biden 46.7% to 46%. The margin of error for this poll is 2.99%.

Lastly, a Quinnipiac poll of likely voters in Ohio found Biden leading Trump by 1 point, 48% to 47%. The margin for error of this poll is plus or minus 3 percentage points.

A note on polls

As always with analyzing political polling, it is important to remember that polls do not predict election results. These statistical ties do not necessarily mean the election will be close to a tie in these states. Polls are snapshots of a sample of the electorate at whatever time the poll was taken. One poll released at a given time may be an outlier compared to other polls taken of the same state. It is bad practice to extrapolate electoral results from a single poll, or even a handful of polls, but polling is useful for showing trends, whether a candidate is gaining or losing support over time.

Additionally, keep in mind that polls of likely voters cannot be compared to polls of registered voters. They are different samples of the electorate that will yield different results.

So what are the trends?

Previous polls of these battleground states catalogued by RealClearPolitics show Biden with wider margins over Trump, with the exception of Georgia.

In Arizona, Biden was leading Trump among likely voters by as much as 9 points in a Fox News poll taken from Aug. 29 to Sept. 1. Other polls from CBS News or Monmouth taken earlier in September showed Biden with a narrow 2- or 3-point lead over Trump. The ABC News/Washington Post poll released this week is the first poll to show Trump with a lead over Biden among likely voters since a Trafalgar poll conducted in early August. The RCP average of polls for Arizona shows Biden with a 3.2-point lead over Trump, which hovers in the margin of error for most of the polls released.

There’s a similar story in Florida, where Biden was leading or tied with Trump in the vast majority of likely voter polls conducted in July, August, and so far in September. Trump has only outright led one poll in Florida before Wednesday, and that was again a Trafalgar poll from Sept. 1 to Sept. 3.

In Michigan, Biden has enjoyed wider leads anywhere from 4 points to 8 points over Trump consistently among likely voters through August and September. The outlier is another poll from Trafalgar taken from Aug. 14 – Aug. 23 which showed Trump with a 2-point lead over Biden. Given that Trafalgar is the only polling firm showing Trump with a lead in Michigan since April, some may write the poll off as an outlier.

It is worth noting, however, that the Trafalgar Group was the only pollster to correctly predict Donald Trump was leading in Michigan and Pennsylvania in 2016. A Trafalgar poll of Michigan likely voters in June found Biden with a 1-point lead over Trump, again within the margin for error.

There have only been three other likely voter polls of Ohio recorded by RCP, and of those three two Rassmusen polls show Biden with a 4-point lead over Trump and a CBS News poll had Trump with a 1-point lead.

Polling from Georgia tells a slightly different story. Consistent polling of likely voters in Georgia began in earnest in July and of nine polls recorded by RCP, Trump led five, Biden led two, and two were tied. Trump’s highest leads were 7 points in a Trafalgar poll taken in July and a WSB-TV poll taken at the end of August. Since then, a University of Georgia poll and a New York Times/Siena poll showed tied results. Trump’s most recent 2-point lead, still being within the margin for error, suggests he’s lost some ground in September since his high water mark among likely voters in August.


The bottom line is the 2020 presidential election in these battleground states is extremely competitive, with most recent polls showing Trump and Biden running neck-and-neck.

Ohio and Georgia are both competitive with trend lines showing statistical ties.

Trump appears to be gaining momentum in Arizona and Florida, where previous polls showed Biden holding a wider lead over Trump.

The Trafalgar poll in Michigan is good news for the Trump campaign, but one poll alone, even by a pollster who was right in 2016, is not enough to definitively say he is leading. If, however, more polling continues to show Biden’s lead in the margin for error, don’t be shocked if Trump carries the state again.

Ultimately there are more factors to a campaign’s victory or defeat than leading or being tied in the polls. Elections are determined by voter enthusiasm, campaign operations to drive voter turn-out, and occasionally disruptive political events no one can predict. These polls won’t tell you who’s winning the presidential election.

But they’re not bad news for the Trump campaign.

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EYE-OPENING: How accurate are presidential polls?

Steve Deace explained how four popular presidential polls might present a cause for concern based on projected independent voter turnout. He found that polling data from Fox News, The Hill, Monmouth University, and Reuters could explain why so many Americans do not trust polls. Deace shared a theory about the “garbage” polling data and what he believed Democrats might be up to in this election cycle.

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Poll: Majority of voters say BLM demonstrations are riots — not protests

A majority of voters surveyed by a Fox News poll say that Black Lives Matter demonstrations are riots rather than protests.

The findings come amid months of heightened police-community tensions following the death of George Floyd in May.

What are the details?

The poll, released on Sunday, found that 48% of likely voters believe protests taking place across the country — in cities such as Rochester, Portland, and Kenosha — are riots, while 40% view the demonstrations as protests.

According to Fox, the national survey is the first the network has conducted among likely voters in 2020.

Of those responding, 39% said that violence stemming from the demonstrations is due to “left-wing radicals,” while 33% blamed “right-wing radicals”; 9% of respondents said that blame could be apportioned to both sides.

The poll’s findings were split along party lines, with 68% of Republicans referring to the demonstrations as riots and just 30% of Democrats agreeing.

Along racial lines, 52% of white voters said the protests are riots, while 62% of black respondents and 48% of Hispanic said they are demonstrations.

Anything else?

The poll also asked respondents who they would vote for if the election were held today.

The Biden-Harris ticket, according to the poll, was ahead of the Trump-Pence ticket 51-46.

“That 5 percentage-point advantage sits right at the margin of sampling error of the latest Fox News survey,” the outlet pointed out, however, which was conducted following both the Democratic and Republican national conventions.

“Despite the often tumultuous events of the day, campaigns are often about partisan homecoming. Trump may be benefiting from this dynamic,” Republican pollster Daron Shaw — who conducts the Fox News Poll with Democrat Chris Anderson — said. “It looks like Republican-leaning undecided voters have come around, both in the ballot and his job ratings.”

The poll was conducted between Sept. 7 and Sept. 10 over 1,311 registered voters and 1,191 likely voters.

You can read more on the poll’s findings here.

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New CNN poll shows Trump cutting Biden’s big lead down to 4 points

A CNN poll released Sunday found that President Donald Trump has significantly cut into presumptive Democratic nominee Joe Biden’s lead ahead of the Democratic Party’s convention this week.

What are the details?

The poll, which surveyed 1,108 registered voters, showed Biden narrowly holding onto a 50%-46% lead over Trump — with a margin of error of +/- 4% — a huge change from the poll’s previous tally in June that showed Biden with a sizable 14-point edge.

What’s more: The results were even tighter across 15 battleground states, with Biden leading by just one percentage point, 49%-48%.

Trump’s approval rating improved markedly in the new poll, as well, closing the approve/disapprove margin by seven points since the last tally.

It is a rare piece of good polling for the president, who has struggled to rebound after criticisms of his handling of the coronavirus pandemic and nationwide protests over racial injustice appeared to have damaged his re-election prospects.

After June’s poll results, the Trump campaign sent a cease-and-desist letter to CNN arguing the poll was “designed to manufacture an anti-Trump narrative and misinform and mislead actual voters.”

But it wasn’t just the CNN poll, actually conducted by SSRS, that showed Biden with a double-digit lead. A New York Times/Siena College poll released the same month showed the former vice president with a 14-point lead over Trump as well.

Anything else?

Another poll released Sunday, this one sponsored by ABC News/Washington Post and conducted by Langer Research Associates, showed Biden’s lead over Trump still hovering in the double digits, 54%-44%, among likely voters.

The dueling results demonstrate the challenge with polls; they are often better at identifying trends than clarifying the actual state of things. And of course, there are always outliers.

The Democratic Party is scheduled to begin its national convention Monday, during which it will formally nominate Biden and his running mate, Sen. Kamala Harris (D-Calif.), to lead the party in the general election. The Republican Party’s convention will take place next week.

This story has been updated.

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Mainstream Media’s Grip On Mind Manipulation & Public Perception Is Slipping

The mainstream media, which has been the mouthpiece for the government puppets who dance for the banking cartel is losing its grip on public perception. Once that goes, so will the power of the government and those elites who are pulling the strings.

This is good news for the future of humanity.  The mainstream media, at the behest of governments, has propagandized information and lies in order to shape perception and keep Americans firmly stuck in the left-right paradigm falsely believing that they have some kind of a choice. Well, the facade is fading away.  The apocalypse or “lifting of the veil” is here.

After Brainwashing People For Decades, MSM and Governments Are Losing Control of People

Americans’ trust in the mainstream media to report the news honestly continues to spiral downward. A whopping 86 percent of respondents in a new Knight Foundation/Gallup poll say they see either “a great deal” or “a fair amount” of political bias, toward on side or the other. Mainstream media’s goal has been to give people the illusion that their vote matters making them believe they have a say in how the government is run. Sadly, this has led to the tyranny most Americans are living under today.

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“Most Americans have lost confidence in the media to deliver the news objectively,” Knight Foundation Senior Vice President Sam Gill said. “This is corrosive for our democracy.” Good. Democracy is nothing more than two wolves and sheep voting on what’s for dinner. No amount of humans should have any rights, whether through voting or otherwise, to control any amount of other humans beings by appointing a master over them. The fact that people are finally realizing this, is going to make for a shaky immediate future, but a great one in the long run.

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The survey of 20,000 Americans also showed that respondents believe the biased and erroneous reporting is by design. A total of 74 percent believe that media company owners are influencing news coverage, while 54 percent said inaccuracies are reported on purpose. Some 28 percent said reporters make up their stories entirely.

As public distrust goes, the media’s influence diminishes. When their influence diminishes, so does the power of the government, and when that slips, so will the banking cartel’s grip around our necks. We all need to wake up to the prison system we were born into. Being a free-range slave (although that’s even questionable now that the scamdemic seems to have emboldened political parasites to take away the few liberties we had left) still means we are slaves.

We were all born free. We had to be taught to be obedient slaves to the ruling class puppets.

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Poll: Most Americans now view national anthem kneeling as acceptable form of protest

A new CBS News poll reports that the majority of Americans polled said they believed kneeling during the national anthem is an acceptable form of protest.

What are the details?

More Americans than ever now find kneeling to be an acceptable form of protest, but the outlet points out that “there are divisions along political, racial, and generational lines.”

Overall, 58% of Americans polled said kneeling protests are understandable, while 42% disagree.

The poll found that the majority of black and Hispanic Americans surveyed said such protests were acceptable. Just 48% of white people agree.

CBS News reported that 85% of white Democrats believe kneeling is OK, while “a similar percentage” of their Republican counterparts believe kneeling is entirely unacceptable as a form of protest.

“Overall, we see many of the partisan splits we’ve seen on other matters concerning protests and race,” the outlet reported. “Most Republicans say professional athletes kneeling during the national anthem as a form of protest is unacceptable. Most Democrats and a smaller majority of independents view it as acceptable.”

Also, a generational divide is apparent. Americans ages 18 to 29 are the group most likely to consider the kneeling protests acceptable, but kneeling becomes less acceptable as Americans age.

What about older Americans?

The majority of Americans polled over the age of 65 say that such protesting is inappropriate and unacceptable.

“There is a relationship between views of the aims of the Black Lives Matter movement and opinions of protest during the anthem,” the outlet reported. “Most of those who agree with the ideas of Black Lives Matter see kneeling during the national anthem as an acceptable form of protest, while those who disagree find it unacceptable.”

CBS News surveyed 2,008 U.S. adult residents in this poll.

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This article was contributed by James Davis with Future Money Trends. 

Donald J. Trump reportedly didn’t even have a victory speech ready on election eve in 2016. Crooked Hillary supposedly DIDN’T DRAFT a concession speech on her end. Halfway through the day, the big story was still going to be that America had its first female Commander in Chief, but towards the end, WINDS WERE BLOWING in the opposite direction.

Three weeks before the elections, this is what the New York Times published:


Not one mainstream media outlet
DARED TO FORECAST a Trump win. It was almost unfathomable and I can still remember how shocking it was, JUST MOMENTS AFTER the official announcement, as the Trump family made their way down the stairs to celebrate the SHOCKING RESULT.

Trump’s first term has been FILLED WITH attempts to crush him openly and directly. We have never seen a more ridiculed and mocked leader of the free world – the media coverage is RUTHLESS and Donald is pounding back at them as well. Trump is either LOVED FANATICALLY by his supporters, who view his agenda as pro-nationalist and anti-globalist or is HATED LIKE THE DEVIL by the other half of the country.

When I was on an African safari in June 2019, I saw this firsthand. At our resort, only 10 rooms were built; it was a boutique vacation spot and dinners were served on a gorgeous wooden table that was capable of serving 30 people. It was the most exquisite piece of furniture I’ve ever seen. On one particular night, another guest began to express their hatred towards Donald while a Republican guest intervened and attempted to debate her.

The discussion HEATED UP within seconds, followed by an AWKWARD SILENCE, after which the lady Trump-hater excused herself.

I had never seen such a clear division of opinions, where each side was so convinced that the other party has NOTHING TO OFFER and there is no common ground and no compromises made.

The trust level between the camps

A couple of days ago, I saw this poll come out:


Let’s, for just a SPLIT SECOND, act as though it were true. In that case, Trump’s reelection hopes are virtually non-existent, while his opponent has chosen to implement a strategy of being quiet. The thesis is that Donald would UPSET AND AGGRAVATE so many voters that they would just choose “the other guy.”

Biden has just been keeping to himself all this time.

It is very true that when it comes to the average voter, they ask themselves ONE QUESTION before making a decision: AM I HAPPY with the way things are?

If the answer is “YES” or if the answer is that it is surely better than having the other party in charge, Americans would prefer the person they know compared with the one they’re UNSURE OF.

If the answer is “NO,” they will choose CHANGE!

Up until
the coronavirus, America was mostly happy. Things weren’t great but the economy, which is Trump’s weapon, was fundamentally sound. That ISN’T THE CASE today!

Therefore, on September 1st, when the summer is over and the eyes of the whole world are focused on the EPIC DUEL between left and right, red and blue, Biden vs. Trump, we will see Democrats DRAG THEIR FEET on additional stimulus packages. That’s GUARANTEED!

Think about it: with stimulus checks DRYING UP, the real economy will reveal its face.

The recession will be visible for all to see.

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Gold has OFFICIALLY ENTERED a stupendous bull market. The precious metal will soon be priced at over $2,000 for a single ounce.

Yesterday, a friend asked me what I would tell President Trump if I had his ear for 60 seconds.

Without hesitation, my answer was that the Trump administration should address the nation without any fear, LAYING OUT the naked truth, raw and unfiltered, without sugarcoating the genuine issues facing it.

America is SHYING AWAY from hard work. It is losing its vigor, its vitality, and its strength, which come from ITS UNITY around the ideas of progress, innovation, personal growth, and HARD WORK.

It is hooked on debt and credit. “Gold could save your presidency, Mr. President,” I would say. “Gold is

This country needs to go back to basics and REEDUCATE ITSELF on what is effective for it.
It won’t do it until it is tired of trying all the so-called shortcuts, but none will prevail.

Gold is going to be $2,000 by election time and $2,500 by July 2021.


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Fox News poll finds Biden ahead of Trump in key battleground states

A new Fox News poll of registered voters in key battleground states finds that Joe Biden is ahead of President Donald Trump.

All four states were carried by Trump in the 2016 election.

When asked who they would vote for if the election were held today, 49% of registered voters in Florida said they’d vote for Biden, while only 40% responded that they would vote for Trump.

That is a steep decline from the same poll in April when Biden only held a 3% lead above Trump, with 46% to 43% respectively.

Of those polled in Georgia, 47% said they’d pull the lever for Biden, while 45% said Trump was their choice.

In North Carolina, the results were the same: 47% for Biden and 45% for Trump.

Even in Texas the poll found Biden with an edge over Trump, 45% to 44%.

The poll was conducted between June 20 and 23, and had a margin of error of plus or minus 3%.

A previous Fox News poll found that Biden was ahead nationally by 12%, an increase from the prior lead he had of 8% in May. That poll showed that while Trump’s voters were motivated by a two-to-one margin by enthusiasm instead of fear, Biden’s voters were motivated by two-to-one by fear of Trump and not enthusiasm.

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Poll: Majority of Americans say reopening the country during COVID-19 pandemic is just not worth the risk

A new poll from ABC News/Ipsos reports that most Americans are “resistant” to reopening the country amid the COVID-19 outbreak.

What are the details?

The poll’s findings, which were released Friday, report that reopening the country is seen as a “greater risk” among most Americans.

The poll said that Americans, “by a large 30-point margin,” are “resistant” to reopening the U.S. in the coming days.

“[N]early two-thirds of Americans said they more closely align with the view that opening the country now is not advantageous since it will result in a higher death toll, while slightly more than one-third agree with the belief that an immediate reopening is beneficial to minimize the negative impact on the economy,” a portion of the report said.

Just 6% of Democrats believe that America should reopen now, as such a move would be imperative to bolstering the economy, while 65% of Republicans believe the same. Ninety-two percent of Democrats are opposed to an immediate reopening, and 35% of Republicans are also opposed to an immediate reopening because of the virus’ spread.

What else?

Twenty-five percent Americans say they were not likely to receive a vaccination against the coronavirus if one were developed and approved by the FDA. About 75%, however, said that they would “likely” receive such a vaccination.

Dr. Carlos del Rio, an infectious disease expert at Emory University, told ABC News that there will always be a contingent of people, however, who will not receive a vaccine no matter what the treatment is for.

“There’s always been an anti-vaccine group of individuals that are going to refuse vaccines no matter what,” del Rio said. “The question is, how do they impact other people.”

“You always have a sense of anxiety that this is a new vaccine. Is it safe? Is it effective,” he added. “But if a vaccine is safe, then the problem that you run into is complacency.”

“It’s not just the skeptics, it’s truly ones that don’t actively go looking for a vaccine,” the medical expert said.

He pointed out the importance of such vaccines, insisting that they “save lives.”

“We frequently tend to underestimate [vaccines’] benefit and overestimate the risk,” he warned.

You can read more of the poll’s findings here.

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Nearly 2/3 of Voters Think Trump Will Win Reelection Later This Year

A whopping 2/3 of American voters believe President Donald Trump will get a second term. This latest poll, released by CBS News on Sunday found that most voters think the race will be tight, but Trump will still win in November.

The survey found that Trump will face a tight race with any of the likely Democratic nominees. Thirty-one percent of registered voters said the president will definitely win a second term, and 34% said he probably will, for a total of 65% expecting him to be reelected. A total of 35% disagreed; 23% said he “probably will not” win, and 12% said he would “definitely not” win.

While polls can be deceiving (everyone remembers Hillary Clinton was expected to beat Trump in a landslide back in 2016), it could show that democrats have given up some hope that their party has an answer to the “booming” economy. Regardless of the economy being fake and highly manipulated, low information voters tend to attribute how well they are doing financially to the guy sitting in the Oval Office.

Republicans were overwhelmingly certain of Trump’s victory: 9 in 10 predicted his reelection. But still, more than a third of Democrats agreed he would likely win. According to USA Today, opinions on the race appear to be firmly set for most voters. Sixty-three percent said their minds are made up no matter who the Democratic nominee ends up being, and 61% said they wouldn’t change their position no matter what Trump does in the next year.

In the battle for the nomination to take on Trump, Sanders – who won decisively in Nevada’s caucuses on Saturday – was the top choice of 28% of likely Democratic voters. Next was Warren at 19%, followed by Biden at 17%, Bloomberg at 13%, Buttigieg at 10% and Klobuchar at 5%. Only 12% of those voters said it was likely they would change their minds before casting their ballot, though 46% said it was a possibility. –USA Today

The Polls Are Skewed, the Vote Is Rigged: “Clinton Has 95% Chance of Winning”