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As New Year Dawns, Polling Shows Trump’s Favorability for 2024 Election

The numbers are simply WILD.

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As we enter what is sure to be a politically turbulent year, (with the midterm elections just around the corner), some within the governmental apparatus of America are already beginning to look forward to the next presidential election.

You see, in this digital age, the best laid plans can crumble at the speed of the internet.  By this afternoon, some Congressperson could lose their job over an old tweet, or some unfortunate gaffe could  go viral and ruin someone’s 2022 prospects altogether.

But, despite this flippant fluidity, there has been one constant:  Donald Trump’s absolute dominance of the 2024 polling.

Former President Donald Trump is dominating the Republican Primary in a hypothetical matchup, a Reuters/Ipsos survey found.

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They survey asked all respondents, “Thinking about the presidential election in 2024, who would you support as the Republican nominee for president?”

Overall, a majority, 54 percent, of Republicans said they would support Trump. Only one other potential candidate garnered double digit support — Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis (R), who saw 11 percent support. However, that still leaves him 43 points behind the former president.

And that wasn’t nearly all…

The survey also looked at the favorability of Trump, finding 46 percent at least leaning toward a favorable view, compared to 56 percent who are at least leaning toward having an unfavorable view. However, 82 percent of Republicans have a favorable view of Trump, including 52 percent who say they have a “very” favorable view.

The survey, taken December 13-17, 2021,among 4,406 adults, has a margin of error of +/- 1.7 percent.

The survey yields similar results to a Harvard/Harris survey released last month, which found Trump leading the Republican Primary field by 58 percentage points.

This doesn’t mean that Trump is going to be announcing any campaign rallies anytime soon, however, as jumping back onto the national stage prior to the 2022 midterms only gives the Democrats involved with that election a target to pin their opponents to.

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Senate Showdown Over “Voting Rights” Headed for Defeat | Schaftlein Report

Guest: Vince Everett Ellison – Author of the new book “25 Lies: Exposing Democrats Most Dangerous, Seductive, Damnable, Destructive Lies and How to Refute Them”

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Senate Showdown Over “Voting Rights” Headed for Defeat | Schaftlein Report
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Guest: Vince Everett Ellison – Author of the new book “25 Lies: Exposing Democrats Most Dangerous, Seductive, Damnable, Destructive Lies and How to Refute Them”
Topics:
1) Pure Political Theater over a Non-Issue in Democratic Controlled Senate
2) Vince takes us through his book detailing Democratic Lies
3) Biden hit new Low in Gallup Poll with 40% Approval and 56% Not – This is actually higher than other recent polling where his approval rating was as low as 33%
*Hispanic and Independent Voters are abandoning Biden
This spells TROUBLE for Democrats

https://rumble.com/embed/vqapcq/?pub=4 Senate Showdown Over “Voting Rights” Headed for Defeat | Schaftlein Report ——————- Guest: Vince Everett Ellison – Author of the new book “25 Lies: Exposing Democrats Most Dangerous, Seductive, Damnable, Destructive Lies and How to Refute Them” Topics: 1) Pure Political Theater over a Non-Issue in Democratic Controlled Senate 2) Vince takes us through his book detailing Democratic Lies 3) Biden hit new Low in Gallup Poll with 40% Approval and 56% Not – This is actually higher than other recent polling where his approval rating was as low as 33% *Hispanic and Independent Voters are abandoning Biden This spells TROUBLE for Democrats

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PUTIN POKES THE BEAR: Russian Troops Move Toward Ukraine as World Warns

There may be no peaceful end to this situation.

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While it has long been understood that Vladimir Putin is a figure representing chaos on the world’s stage, (whether covertly or proudly), the sort of trouble that he’s stirring up this week won’t likely have a peaceful end.

Putin appears hellbent on finding a way and a reason to take Ukraine back under Russian control.  The tiny nation, rich in natural gas and other resources, is far too minuscule to put up a fight, and so it will be up to the rest of the world to deter the Kremlin.

And despite a number of unmistakable warnings, Putin appears unfazed.

Russia is a sending an unspecified number of troops from the country’s far east to Belarus for major war games, officials said Tuesday, a deployment that will further beef up Russian military presence near Ukraine amid Western fears of a planned invasion.

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Amid the soaring tensions, the White House warned that Russia could attack its neighbor at “any point,” while the U.K. delivered a batch of anti-tank weapons to Ukraine.

Russia’s Deputy Defense Minister Alexander Fomin said the joint drills with Belarus would involve practicing a joint response to external threats.

Ukrainian officials have warned that Russia could launch an attack on Ukraine from several directions, including from its ally Belarus.

As for any attempts to stop the Russian invasion?  They were squashed when a well-known Putin mouthpiece announced on television that any push to keep Putin from getting what he wants could end in the opposition being turned into “radioactive dust”.

 

While it has long been understood that Vladimir Putin is a figure representing chaos on the world’s stage, (whether covertly or proudly), the sort of trouble that he’s stirring up this week won’t likely have a peaceful end. Putin appears hellbent on finding a way and a reason to take Ukraine back under Russian control.  The tiny nation, rich in natural gas and other resources, is far too minuscule to put up a fight, and so it will be up to the rest of the world to deter the Kremlin. And despite a number of unmistakable warnings, Putin appears unfazed. Russia is a sending an unspecified number of troops from the country’s far east to Belarus for major war games, officials said Tuesday, a deployment that will further beef up Russian military presence near Ukraine amid Western fears of a planned invasion. Amid the soaring tensions, the White House warned that Russia could attack its neighbor at “any point,” while the U.K. delivered a batch of anti-tank weapons to Ukraine. Russia’s Deputy Defense Minister Alexander Fomin said the joint drills with Belarus would involve practicing a joint response to external threats. Ukrainian officials have warned that Russia could launch an attack on Ukraine from several directions, including from its ally Belarus. As for any attempts to stop the Russian invasion?  They were squashed when a well-known Putin mouthpiece announced on television that any push to keep Putin from getting what he wants could end in the opposition being turned into “radioactive dust”.  

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