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With Seven Weeks Left In Election Campaign, Biden’s ‘Laid-Back’ Schedule Is Huge Contrast With Trump’s



Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden is not doing a whole lot of work to shake off the “Sleepy Joe” nickname that President Donald Trump has hung around his proverbial neck with just over 50 days left before the election.

Usually, the Labor Day weekend marks the start of a furious uptick in the fight for the White House during a presidential election. This is usually when campaigns step-up their events, debates, door knocking, phone calls, and spend obscene amounts of money on political ads in states where they hope to leave a mark.

However, thanks to the coronavirus pandemic, this election cycle is totally different from those that came before it.

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While Trump has already notched up two multistate days in the week since Labor Day, Biden’s team sent his dedicated bunch of pool reporters home three times before 10:30 a.m. EDT because it hadn’t planned any public events for the two-term vice president.

Even before he became the Democratic standard-bearer, Biden, 77, had a light schedule.

After spending the holiday campaigning in neighboring Pennsylvania, Biden’s aides on Sept. 8 announced a press pool “lid” at 8:10 a.m. from his base in Wilmington, Delaware, where he first hunkered down in March because of the COVID-19 outbreak. On Thursday, they called a lid at 10:18 a.m., though Biden still headlined two fundraisers that night, before doing the same on Saturday at 9:04 a.m.

Even when the former vice president actually did hold public programming last week, he only averaged two events per day.

The 36-year senator flew to Michigan on September 9 where he revealed his virus-related economic recovery plan, hosting a roundtable event with steelworkers in the city of Detroit.

Biden and his wife Jill paid their respects on 9/11 in New York City and Shanksville, Pennsylvania. On Monday, he voted in Delaware’s Democratic primary and then delivered a few remarks on Trump over climate change, spoke at two fundraisers, and that was it.

Now let’s compare that to Trump’s schedule:

Trump last week juggled the rigors of the White House with those of his reelection bid as his administration dealt with the public relations disaster of veteran journalist Bob Woodward’s new book, Rage.

On the Tuesday after Labor Day, Trump, 74, traveled to Jupiter, Florida, and Winston-Salem, North Carolina. He held another rally in Freeland, Michigan, that Thursday before attending a Sept. 11 service in Shanksville that Friday. On the weekend, Trump added two events to his itinerary in Nevada, one in Las Vegas and another in Minden, ahead of visiting Sacramento, California, and Phoenix, Arizona, on Monday.

That’s on top of White House appearances that double as campaign stops, including releasing a list of potential Supreme Court nominees and patching phone calls in to Fox News broadcasts.

This should go to show you who actually has the stamina to perform the strenuous duties of the office of president and who doesn’t. Biden really is low-energy and there’s no doubt a lot of that stems from some of the issues we’ve been privvy to seeing during public appearances and interviews.

Combine this with rumors of his use of a teleprompter during events and question and answer sessions and it becomes obvious that Biden isn’t fit to serve as president.

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Ilhan Omar Caught Red-Handed In ‘Cash-For-Ballots Harvesting Scheme’ — Project Veritas Report

Caught ya!

John Salvatore



Everybody knows that Ilhan Omar is corrupt. Her disturbing track record proves it. However, this new blemish on her resume is likely to turn more heads than usual. If the mainstream media was honest with the American public, they’d report on this story from Project Veritas. Here’s the deal, via Project Veritas: [Minneapolis–Sept. 27, 2020] Project Veritas investigators revealed a ballot harvesting scheme here involving clan and political allies and associates of Rep. Ilhan Omar (D.-Minn.) in the first of a series of reports. “Numbers don’t lie. Numbers don’t lie. You can see my car is full. All these here are absentees’ ballots. Can’t you see? Look at all these, my car is full. All these are for Jamal Osman… We got 300 today for Jamal Osman only,” said Liban Mohamed in a series of Snapchat videos posted July 1 and July 2 on his own Snapchat profile. CONTINUED: Mohamed said he was collecting the ballots to help his brother win the city’s Aug. 11 special election for a vacant Ward 6 city council race—which was held the same day as the primary for Omar’s MN-05 congressional seat. Ward 6 is the heart of the city’s Somali community and the Omar’s political base. James O’Keefe, the founder and CEO of Project Veritas, said: “Ballot harvesting is real and it has become a big business. Our investigation into this ballot harvesting ring demonstrates clearly how these unscrupulous operators exploit the elderly and immigrant communities—and have turned the sacred ballot box into a commodities trading desk.” LOOK: VIDEO:

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Ocasio-Cortez: ‘Republicans’ Are ‘Spineless, Misogynistic Hypocrites’

How original!

John Salvatore



The New York Times, a hysterically funny satire “news”paper, or, a liberal version of The Babylon Bee, if you will, put out a report on Sunday about President Trump’s taxes. Yeah, they’re back on that train again. AOC gleaned the highlights, then decided to tweet at her uninformed, politically backward social media followers. Check this out, via The Hill: Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez (D-N.Y.) slammed President Trump on Sunday over a report in The New York Times detailing his personal tax contributions over the past 20 years. In a tweet, the freshman New York lawmaker pointed to the taxes reportedly paid by the president and former media mogul in 2016 and 2017 — $750 a year — as being less than she paid while working as a bartender in New York City prior to her election to office in 2018. LOOK: Next, Ocasio-Cortez hammered Republicans for being “spineless, misogynistic hypocrites.” For a member of the lower chamber, who swore an oath to the United States of America, to claim that illegal immigration should be accepted, is absolutely preposterous. AOC said, “We can’t go on with kinda these xenophobic narratives that undocumented people are somehow wrong.” See how she words it? She’s making the uninformed believe that conservatives feel that illegals are bad people. No, that’s not it at all – IT’S THE ACT OF CROSSING THE BORDER…ILLEGALLY!! Why is that such a difficult concept for her to grasp? VIDEO: Check this out, via Washington Examiner: Conservative political commentator Candace Owens got involved in a Twitter argument between former White House press secretary Sarah Sanders and Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, accusing the New York congresswoman of hypocrisy in her response to the coronavirus. AOC’s tweet: Owens’ response:

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