Control of the Senate will hinge on the outcome of two runoff races in Georgia. Republicans have a historical advantage in these runoffs but this year’s races are looking very competitive. After a narrow Democratic victory in the presidential race in Georgia, the controversy over alleged election fraud may tip the balance of the race.
Sunday, November 22, 2020
Saturday, November 21, 2020
“For more than a week, Powell has been all over conservative media with the following story,” Carlson said in a segment called “Standing Up For What’s Right” on Thursday night. “This election was stolen by a collection of international leftists who manipulated vote tabulating software in order to flip millions of votes from Donald Trump to Joe Biden. The other day on television, Powell said of Trump that when the fraud is finally uncovered, ‘I think we’ll find he had at least 80 million votes.'”
Wednesday, November 18, 2020
We are more than two weeks out from the election. The votes have been counted and in many cases recounted. The allegations of fraud have been investigated. The lawsuits are being settled. And Joe Biden is still the winner.
Over the past few weeks, I’ve heard rumblings among those Republicans who accept the election results that Joe Biden was set to appoint Bernie Sanders as Treasury Secretary. At least that will get him out of Congress, or so the joke goes. But the real news is even better. The Biden Administration is reportedly steering clear of Sanders and other leading progressives.
Friday, November 13, 2020
As the battle over counting continues, it is increasingly evident that Donald Trump lost the election and that Joe Biden is the president-elect. The transition, which is constitutionally mandated to culminate on January 20, is beginning even without the president’s concession. So, what should we expect from the Biden Administration?