2020: Boom! [:30] – “Communities not criminals. Jobs not mobs.”
2020: Preserve America [1:00] – A pro-Trump Super-PAC is poised to spend Big Bucks promoting Trump’s “law and order” platform.
Preserve America is being overseen by Chris LaCivita, a veteran Republican strategist and the mastermind behind the Swift Boat veterans ad campaign.
2020: Democrats JUST jumped on the “violence is wrong” wagon, but ONLY because the riots have hurt them in the polls. They’re lying.
And their calls for “a John Wilkes Booth” betrays the pathetic depths of their historical ignorance, since the president Booth killed was the one who freed the slaves.
2020: Hispanic vote – Twenty-eight percent of Latino voters supported Trump in 2016. His support in this demographic is now at 32%.
The CEO of Goya says it’s the riots. “The immigrant community are builders,” Robert Unanue says. “Prosperity is not accomplished if we’re going to tear things down, cancel things.”
Goya is the largest, Hispanic-owned food company in the United States.
CALIFORNIA: Religious persecution – Los Angeles County has tried and failed four times to convince a judge to shut down indoor services at a popular Christian megachurch, so the county is moving to evict the congregation from a parking lot it’s been using for 45 years. The church pays the county $8,300 per month in rent for use of the land.
CALIFORNIA: After Nancy Pelosi got blow-back for getting her elitist blow-out, a senior Politico reporter jumped to her defense.
“Have to ask upon seeing this: Is it legal in CA — a ‘two party consent’ state — to videotape someone in a private home or business without their consent?”
The blow-back on her was hysterical!
“It’s security cam footage. That this is your biggest question suggests you are a part of the problem. Anything to say about the woman who owns this salon, can’t open and can’t support her 2 children as a single mother having to endure this indignity?”
“Security camera catches Democrat. Journalist blames business.”
“If a criminal does not consent to being videotaped by a security camera located in a business during the commission of a crime then is the footage inadmissible in court?!?!”
“Here’s a ‘senior writer’ at @politico who is unaware that it’s legal to videotape someone breaking the law – even if it’s the Speaker of the House.”
“Seems like the kind of thing that you, as a California reporter, should’ve investigated the answer to before tweeting, rather than instinctively seeking to run interference for one of the most powerful politicians in the country.”
“This is why Pelosi thinks she can get away with anything. She breaks the law and a reporter goes after the source, not Pelosi.”
“That’s definitely the story here. That god***n small business and their security cameras. Good journamalisming.”
ILLINOIS: Chicago – Chicago is already one of the most dangerous cities in the US. It’s going to get worse. The FBI office in Chicago has informed local law enforcement that 36 local gangs have sworn to kill any cop who draws his or her gun in public.
MASSACHUSETTS: Senate incumbent Ed Markey (D-MA) defeated Rep. Joseph P. Kennedy III (D-MA-4) in the Democratic Senate primary this week, giving the young Kennedy the dubious distinction of being the first member of his famous family to lose a race in Massachusetts.
Kennedy tried to make the race about him and not his family, which ended abruptly later in the race when he added his grandfather Robert Kennedy and great-uncles to his mailers and TV ads. While the Kennedy name still means something to older people in Massachusetts across racial lines, the younger generation doesn’t care so much.
NEW YORK: TDS – Democrat Governor Andrew Cuomo told the press on Wednesday night that Trump had “better have an army if he thinks he’s gonna walk down the street in New York. New Yorkers don’t want to have anything to do with him. He can’t have enough bodyguards to walk through New York City, people don’t want to have anything to do with him.”
NEW YORK: Nursing home cover up – Back in March, Gov. Andrew Cuomo’s Health Department forced nursing homes to admit COVID-positive patients. Then they only counted COVID deaths among nursing home patients who actually died in their nursing homes.
Early last month, the Empire Center filed a FOIA seeking the number of nursing home residents who died of coronavirus after being transferred to a hospital. The Health Department admits it has that information, but is refusing to release it until November 5 at the earliest.
What a shock. Not.
OREGON: Portland – Lonnie Vantewa Albert, 55, faces up to eight years in prison for repeatedly assaulting two Federal Protective Service officers with his SUV on Aug. 30.
The first incident occurred when Albert came along side, then swerved and struck the FPS officers’ vehicle, causing his SUV to spin out. When one of the officers got out of the vehicle to see if Albert was injured, but the 55-year-old aimed his SUV at the officer, then fled the scene.
Next, Albert exited the freeway and stopped his vehicle near a hospital. When the officers pulled into the hospital’s parking lot, Albert drove into the officers’ vehicle a second time. The FPSvehicle sustained visible dents, scratches, and other damage.
On Monday, the DOJ said 100 individuals have been federally arrested and 76 federally charged in connection with the rioting in Portland. But these are federal arrests, so the criminals end up in one of Bill Barr’s courts.
Not so the rioters who get arrested by Portland PD. THEY end up back on the streets, because the Democrat DA Mike Schmidt refuses to charge them.
Which is why, when Oregon Gov. Kate Brown suggested using officers from nearby counties to create a law enforcement surge in Portland, the sheriffs both said no. They specifically cited Mike Schmidt and the “lack of political support for public safety.”
WASHINGTON, DC: When Lefties started tearing down statues of Confederate heroes, Donald Trump predicted the Founding Fathers would be next. He was ridiculed for it. Sadly, he was right.
The White House called Bowser’s plan “ludicrous.”
WISCONSIN: Kenosha – Four people arrested in Kenosha for curfew violations have filed a lawsuit against city and county authorities, claiming the curfew violates their constitutional rights to free speech and equal protection.
NORTH KOREA: “Here’s what we know for sure about the current state of health of the tiny tyrant of North Korea, Kim Jong-un. He’s either perfectly fine, suffering from complications of a botched heart operation, in a coma, or dead. At the moment you can think of him as Schrodinger’s Dictator.“
BASKETBALL: Get Woke! Go Broke! – The NBA has gone all in supporting the Marxist terrorist organization known as Black Lives Matter.
Viewership is tanking.
COVID-19: In 2012, a mystery disease struck six Chinese miners who had been shoveling horseshot bat guano in Yunnan province. Their symptoms included dry cough, shortness of breath, fever, limb soreness (myalgia), headaches, and low blood oxygen. Sound familiar?
Virologist Jonathan Latham, Ph.D. and geneticist Allison Wilson, Ph.D. theorize that the miners acquired a coronavirus from the bats in the mine and that this bat virus evolved extensively inside their bodies to become a highly human-adapted virus. This evolution occurred during a hospitalization period that, for some, lasted many months.
Blood and other samples were extracted from the miners, some of which were sent to the Wuhan Institute of Virology, long suspected to be the source of the COVID-19 global pandemic.
FLEEING: The pandemic and rioting have inspired residents of big, Democrat-run cities to flee. Rents in NYC and San Francisco fell by 5% just in the last month.
Meanwhile, rental prices are increasing in rural areas and smaller, Republican-run states. Over the past month, rents have increased 5.3% in Laredo, Texas, and 5.2% in Lincoln, Nebraska.
NATIONAL DEBT: A Congressional Budget Office report published Wednesday projects the national debt will exceed the size of the U.S. economy by 2021.
The CBO also warned Social Security, Medicare and the Highway Trust Fund will be broke within the next 10 years without congressional action.
PERSONAL FINANCES: A recent Rasmussen survey asked registered voters how their finances are. Scott Rasmussen called the results “pretty optimistic” given all we’ve been through this year.