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Trump Was RIGHT! Kavanaugh FBI Investigation Was HUGE Win – It’s All Happening Now!

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The controversy surrounding Judge Kavanaugh’s Supreme Court nomination process has swept the media outlets. Now the FBI is investigating after the Senate Judiciary Committee had their own hearings on the matter. However, in the end, it could serve to help the Republican Party in general during the mid-term elections.

A new poll for Gallup has statistically shown that Republicans’ enthusiasm has been rising just five weeks before the election. This puts them neck and neck with Democrats who were leading just mere weeks ago. The poll reported, “Sixty-one percent of Democrats and Democratic leaners and 58% of Republicans and Republican leaners say they are more enthusiastic about voting in November compared to prior elections.”

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Daily Wire reported,

“These levels roughly match Republicans’ record-high enthusiasm in 2010, Barack Obama’s first midterm, when the GOP won a whopping 63 seats. But this is the first time in Gallup’s trend since 1994 that both parties have expressed high enthusiasm,” Gallup reported.

Most fascinating in the poll is the comparison to 2010. In the first mid-terms since Obama was elected — and the first after the passage of Obamacare without a single GOP vote — Democrats got shellacked, losing 63 seats in the House of Representatives, the largest seat change since 1948 and the largest for any midterm election since the 1938 mid-term elections. Republicans also picked up six seats in the Senate.

The rout was even worse across the country: the GOP gained 680 seats in state legislative races, breaking the previous record of 628 set by Democrats in 1974 after the Watergate scandal. And that was before the partisan hearings of Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh this past Thursday but after his three-day hearing. The poll was conducted Sept. 17-23.

Gallup also showed that enthusiasm is running high among all adults. “Americans’ enthusiasm for voting in November is significantly higher than it was in the prior six midterm election years. Fifty-five percent of U.S. adults say they are ‘more enthusiastic’ about voting than usual, which contrasts with between 37% and 50% saying the same in Gallup’s final pre-election surveys each midterm year from 1994 through 2014.

Currently, 33% say they are ‘less enthusiastic.'” Gallup reported. Gallup’s poll followed one by NBC and The Wall Street Journal last week. The Journal said, “The poll, while outlining challenges for the GOP, included some good news for Republicans.

The party is closing an enthusiasm gap, with 61 percent of Republican voters now expressing high interest in the election, nearly matching the 65 percent of Democrats. In polls taken over the first eight months of the year, Democrats had held an aggregate 12-point advantage in the share of supporters showing high interest in the election.”

Politico reported,

“President Donald Trump on Saturday cast the FBI probe into his Supreme Court nominee’s alleged history of sexual misconduct as a potential “blessing in disguise,” appearing optimistic that federal agents would absolve Brett Kavanaugh of the accusations several women have lodged against him over the past month.

“It will be a good thing,” the president said of the bureau’s reopened background check into Kavanaugh, according to a pool report. Trump authorized the inquiry Friday after a dramatic meeting of the Senate Judiciary Committee, at which Sen. Jeff Flake (R-Ariz.) joined the panel’s Democrats in demanding a one-week investigation of an allegation by Christine Blasey Ford ahead of a full vote by the chamber on whether to confirm Kavanaugh to the high court.

The president also said he expects the investigation to be completed ahead of schedule, and emphasized that law enforcement officials “have free rein” to pursue whatever leads they desire to uncover the truth.

“They can do whatever they have to do, whatever it is that they do. They’ll be doing things we have never even thought of,” Trump said. “And hopefully, at the conclusion, everything will be fine.”

Trump’s remarks Saturday follow a report by NBC News — citing unnamed sources — that the White House is limiting the scope of the FBI’s inquiry. Trump moved to rebut that story in a tweet late Saturday evening.

“NBC News incorrectly reported (as usual) that I was limiting the FBI investigation of Judge Kavanaugh, and witnesses, only to certain people,” he wrote online. “Actually, I want them to interview whoever they deem appropriate, at their discretion. Please correct your reporting!”

Kavanaugh has faced intense scrutiny since multiple women came forward accusing him of sexual misconduct. And in a dramatic hearing this week, Ford told senators in powerful testimony that she’s 100 percent certain Kavanaugh sexually assaulted her more than 30 years ago. The judge vehemently — and at times angrily — denied the accusation.

At a rally Saturday evening in West Virginia, Trump’s invocations of Kavanaugh served more to demonize congressional Democrats than hype the prospect of a majority conservative court.

President Donald Trump on Saturday cast the FBI probe into his Supreme Court nominee’s alleged history of sexual misconduct as a potential “blessing in disguise,” appearing optimistic that federal agents would absolve Brett Kavanaugh of the accusations several women have lodged against him over the past month.

“It will be a good thing,” the president said of the bureau’s reopened background check into Kavanaugh, according to a pool report. Trump authorized the inquiry Friday after a dramatic meeting of the Senate Judiciary Committee, at which Sen. Jeff Flake (R-Ariz.) joined the panel’s Democrats in demanding a one-week investigation of an allegation by Christine Blasey Ford ahead of a full vote by the chamber on whether to confirm Kavanaugh to the high court.

The president also said he expects the investigation to be completed ahead of schedule, and emphasized that law enforcement officials “have free rein” to pursue whatever leads they desire to uncover the truth.

“They can do whatever they have to do, whatever it is that they do. They’ll be doing things we have never even thought of,” Trump said. “And hopefully, at the conclusion, everything will be fine.”

Trump’s remarks Saturday follow a report by NBC News — citing unnamed sources — that the White House is limiting the scope of the FBI’s inquiry. Trump moved to rebut that story in a tweet late Saturday evening.

“NBC News incorrectly reported (as usual) that I was limiting the FBI investigation of Judge Kavanaugh, and witnesses, only to certain people,” he wrote online. “Actually, I want them to interview whoever they deem appropriate, at their discretion. Please correct your reporting!”

Kavanaugh has faced intense scrutiny since multiple women came forward accusing him of sexual misconduct. And in a dramatic hearing this week, Ford told senators in powerful testimony that she’s 100 percent certain Kavanaugh sexually assaulted her more than 30 years ago. The judge vehemently — and at times angrily — denied the accusation.

At a rally Saturday evening in West Virginia, Trump’s invocations of Kavanaugh served more to demonize congressional Democrats than hype the prospect of a majority conservative court.

“The entire nation has witnessed the shameless conduct of the Democrat Party. They’re willing to throw away every standard of decency, justice, fairness and due process to get their way,” Trump said.

“A vote for Judge Kavanaugh is also a vote to reject the ruthless and outrageous tactics of the Democrat Party — mean obstructionists, mean resisters,” Trump added, lamenting attacks on Kavanaugh’s character. “I will tell you, he has suffered — the meanness, the anger,” Trump said.”

Officials with the White House have been cautiously optimistic about the chances of Judge Kavanaugh getting confirmed. Some have admitted anonymously that the situation was complicated. Other officials have said that President Trump might be considering a new nominee given the chances that Judge Kavanaugh will not be confirmed.

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Bernie Sanders: “There Is No Middle Ground,” ‘We’re Going To Stop Using Gas & Coal’

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Gotta love when Millionaire communists lecture you on what you can and can’t do. Good thing he will never be elected President!

Via The Daily Caller:

2020 candidate and self-described democratic socialist Bernie Sanders said that the United States has to stop using gasoline and coal, and that “there ain’t no middle ground” on the issue.

“It is no secret that we must transition away from fossil fuels, period. End of discussion. There ain’t no middle ground…There is no middle ground,” Sanders said during a speech Thursday in California.

The Independent Vermont senator released a climate plan Thursday modeled after the “Green New Deal” that called for $16 trillion in new spending to fight climate change.

A key part of the plan is “Justice for frontline communities,” which refers to “under-resourced groups, communities of color, Native Americans, people with disabilities, children and the elderly – to recover from, and prepare for, the climate impacts, including through a $40 billion Climate Justice Resiliency Fund.”

Sanders’ plan, which is modeled as a “Green New Deal,” also targets “environmental racism.”

“The Green New Deal must serve to address modern and historical inequities and environmental racism,” it reads.

Sanders has sought to separate himself from the field of other 2020 Democratic contenders by proposing far-left plans on a variety of issues.

On health care, Sanders supports a “Medicare for All” style plan which would eliminate private health insurance plans and give free health care to illegal immigrants. Continue Reading

Bernie Sanders Says His $16-Trillion Green New Deal-Like Plan Will Create 20 Million Jobs

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Democratic presidential candidate Bernie Sanders introduced a $16.3-trillion plan similar to the Green New Deal on Thursday, which he says will create 20 million jobs.

The plan aims to make 100% of energy for U.S. electricity and transportation renewable by 2030 and have “complete decarbonization” by 2050, according to its outline.

“As President, Bernie Sanders will boldly embrace the moral imperative of climate change and mobilize the political will necessary for a wholesale transformation of our society, with massive investments in sustainable energy, energy efficiency, and a transformation of our transportation system,” his plan reads. Continue Reading

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Dem Rep Says We Need Illegal Immigrants To Mow ‘Our Beautiful Lawns’ – WATCH

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That is some serious white supremacy right there. The Democrats racist colors always show. They can’t hide that for long…and they sure make it clear on how they love slaves.

It isn’t conservatives that are racist…it’s the Democrat party!

Via The Daily Wire:

Rep. Tom Malinowski (D-NJ) explained to his constituents earlier in the week that illegal immigrants are necessary members of New Jersey’s 7th Congressional District because they are willing to take on the jobs that the community’s teenagers will no longer do.

“We have to think about the jobs because the reason this happens is because there are a lot of jobs in our community that, like it or not, for better or worse, Americans are not willing to take,” Malinowski told the crowd while appearing at a town hall meeting.

“I mean, who do you think is taking care of our seniors? Fifty percent of the eldercare workers in the state of New Jersey are immigrants, most of them legal — most of them documented — but certainly some of them are not,” he continued. “Who do you think is mowing our beautiful lawns in Somerset County? We don’t usually ask but a lot of those workers are undocumented.”

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Malinowski contended that the illegal immigrants residing in the area are able to fill the gap as teenagers who historically have been working menial jobs are now focused more on a white collar education in the technology sector.

“There just aren’t a lot of kids who — sorry — are from Montgomery High [School], who are going to be doing that full time,” the Democratic lawmaker said. “You guys are going into robotics, for goodness sake.”

Malinowski’s controversial comments come as he prepares to seek a second term in the congressional swing district. The freshman congressman, who previously served as the Assistant Secretary of State for Democracy, Human Rights, and Labor under former President Barack Obama, successfully flipped his red district blue during the 2018 midterm elections after he edged out longtime incumbent Rep. Leonard Lance (R-NJ).

Four of New Jersey’s twelve House districts were won by Democrats after decades of being reliably red, including Malinowski’s newly acquired seat. Continue Reading

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