Breitbart cites a
Poll: Joe Biden’s Job Approval Underwater in 47 States — 34% Overall (Massachusetts, Hawaii and Vermont are outliers). Can we give Hawaii
back to the islanders, and Vermont to Canada? At CNS News, Gallup: Only 16% of Adults Say U.S. Heading in Right Direction. But remember, at least half of Democrats want to continue to make things
worse. John Sexton at Haut Hair hears a Red Tsunami update: Cook Political Report shifts forecast in favor of
Republicans. The Peacock whines about Inside a Biden White House adrift, "Amid a rolling series of calamities and sinking approval ratings, the
president’s feeling lately is that he just can’t catch a break — and that
angst is rippling through his party." He can always resign. At
Althouse, "The Democrats lost an election they never expected to lose. They... lost
to a reality TV show host when Hillary Clinton had all the backing of the
establishment in the world."
"And instead of asking, what is it about our ideology that ruled the country for eight years, that drove people away from us into Donald Trump's arms, they instead decided they were going to blame everybody else. The Democrats simply replaced Trump with the same ideology they governed with for 8 years under Obama that caused people to run away from them as fast as they could. And now that people are doing that again, instead of asking ‘why is that happening’ they're getting poised to blame the electorate for being stupid -- for thinking the economy's bad when it's actually good."
Said Glenn Greenwald, quoted at Real Clear Politics.
At Politico, ‘He doesn't speak in beautiful syntax’: GOP bets the Senate that Walker is ready for prime time, "Herschel Walker’s post-primary victory lap was a fresh reminder of his promise and peril as GOP nominee in Georgia." Some Blue on Blue action reported by Stacey Matthews at LI, Dem Election-Year Infighting Escalates as Rashida Tlaib Faces Pro-Israel Primary Challenger. May the least awful person win! But Matt Vespa at Town Hall warns Republicans Once Again Risk Blowing the Midterms
First, there were rumblings of bipartisan talks on immigration reform after the April break. I thought that was the worst of it. Nope. There’s some bipartisan chatter about a new anti-gun package. I’m not kidding. Republicans, you’re doing this right now. You shouldn’t be doing it at all, but c’mon guys. It’s like you want to find a new way to lose (via Politico)
I believe what he was calling a hoax was the "insurrection" characterization. That's why he said "the so-called word insurrection." Now, that's a bit inarticulate. Obviously, "insurrection" is really a word. The point is that entry into the Capitol doesn't fit the definition of an "insurrection," which isn't a surprising assertion. Trump gets back at his accusers by calling the "insurrection" characterization "a grotesquely false, fabricated, hysterical partisan narrative."
Has anyone on the Cheney side ever explained how it could be possible to think that overrunning the building could overthrow the government? I wish people on both sides would use accurate language, but of course, they won't.
And he is right again. https://t.co/jA9gxNgQUq pic.twitter.com/q3laP4Ft83— Scott Adams (@ScottAdamsSays) May 30, 2022
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