Democratic presidential contender Joe Biden has hammered President Donald Trump relentlessly for his alleged racism, commonly invoking Charlottesville and other tropes to attack the President and score points with the social justice warriors.
Joe Biden continues to falsely suggest that Trump said that the neo-Nazis and white supremacists in Charlottesville were “very fine people”
Trump specifically stated: “I’m not talking about the neo-Nazis and the white nationalists — because they should be condemned totally” pic.twitter.com/vqcY9d3bd0
— Ryan Saavedra (@RealSaavedra) May 1, 2019
Biden brings up the Charlottesville rally. Says we’re in the battle for the soul of the country. Mentions the President’s tweet about four Democratic congresswomen, saying “he (Trump) should go home” instead. @FoxNewsMMR #2020dems pic.twitter.com/YXDHPLr2Z2
— Madeleine Rivera (@MRiveraFoxNews) July 16, 2019
Biden even had the nerve to compare the President to George Wallace, the notoriously bigoted Democratic governor of Alabama who proclaimed “segregation now, segregation tomorrow, segregation forever” in an infamous speech.
.@JoeBiden at an LA fundraiser tonight: “This is not hyperbole. The fact of the matter is this president is more George Wallace than George Washington.”
— Mike Memoli (@mikememoli) July 18, 2019
The problem with Biden’s line of attack against Trump is his own pandering past throughout his many decades in Washington D.C. There is a long-standing record of Biden playing footsie with racists over the years, which has been pointed out by the Trump War Room, a project of the Trump 2020 campaign.
Biden used to advertise his ties to George Wallace, promoting an award he received from the bigot who once praised Biden as a rising star in national politics:
“campaigning in Alabama in April, Biden talked of his sympathy for the South; bragged of an award he had received from George Wallace in 1973 and said ‘we (Delawareans) were on the South’s side in the Civil War.’” – Philadelphia Inquirer, September 20, 1987 pic.twitter.com/8G7NL2fSoR
— Trump War Room (@TrumpWarRoom) July 18, 2019
“Joseph Biden of Delaware, for example, tells Southerners that the lower half of his state is culturally part of Dixie; he reminds them that former Alabama Gov. George Wallace praised him as one of the outstanding young politicians of America.” – Detroit Free Press, May 1, 1987 pic.twitter.com/9QLNE1z56T
— Trump War Room (@TrumpWarRoom) July 18, 2019
Biden’s relationship with Wallace is far from an outlier. Biden had publicly curried favor with legislators known for their racist beliefs, even well into the 1980s.
“I came to the United States Senate. I was a 29-year-old fellow out of the Civil Rights movement, a public defender, and it turns out one of my closest friends ends up being Strom Thurmond, a man whose background and interests, at the time I came, were considerably different than mine,” Biden said in a 1988 speech at the Strom Thurmond Institute.
“If you had told me when I entered the United States Senate that one of the people that I’d have the closest relationship with in the Senate would be Strom Thurmond, I would have told you that you were crazy,” Biden said of the cozy relationship between Thurmond and himself.
Meanwhile, President Trump was receiving the Ellis Island award for his commitment to diversity alongside African-American pioneers like Rosa Parks and Mohammad Ali while Biden was chumming it up with Thurmond and playing up his Confederate bona fides.
— Chuck Knoxx ???????? (@kingchuck810) July 18, 2019
Biden is dropping like a stone in the polls, and that will likely continue as his long-standing record of pandering to racists and bigots is uncovered further.
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POLL: Trump’s Pick Doug Collins is Beating Georgia RINO Senator Kelly Loeffler by 23 Points in New Poll
This is great news for Georgians who want an “America First” Senator.
A recent poll has indicated that Rep. Doug Collins (R-GA) is crushing incumbent Sen. Kelly Loeffler (R-GA) by 23 points, as the unelected appointee is hemorrhaging support after being accused of insider trading.
Battleground Connect conducted a survey throughout the state of Georgia from March 30 to April 1, asking about which candidate the respondents support in this year’s special election for the U.S. Senate. In addition to Loeffler and Collins, respondents also mentioned at least five other individuals as their preferred candidate in the race.
Collins devastated Loeffler in the new poll, receiving 36 percent of the support from Georgia voters. Loeffler only received 13 percent of the support. In the previous poll, Collins had a mere eight point lead over Loeffler. He now has accumulated 70 percent of the support from Republican voters, compared to Loeffler’s paltry 20 percent.
In a comparison of Collins’ level of support against the leading Democrat in the race, Collins beats Democrat Raphael Warnock by a margin of 49 percent to 36 percent. Loeffler is actually losing to Warnock by a margin of 40 percent to 41 percent in the poll.
Loeffler’s unfavorable ratings have grown to an incredible 55 percent, with Georgia voters rejecting the former Mitt Romney super-donor. This may be due to a recent scandal in which Loeffler was exposed for selling stock after receiving privileged information about the coronavirus pandemic at an exclusive Senate briefing.
Big League Politics reported on Loeffler’s dirty dealings that have been compared to insider trading by many observers:
Sen. Kelly Loeffler (R-GA), who was appointed to her post undemocratically against the wishes of President Donald Trump, has been revealed for selling stock shortly after a private briefing on the coronavirus.
She and her husband sold off a stunning seven figures worth of stock options after the Senate Health Committee held a private meeting with all Senators to brief them about the growing coronavirus epidemic.
“Appreciate today’s briefing from the President’s top health officials on the novel coronavirus outbreak. These men and women are working around the clock to keep our country safe and healthy,” Loeffler wrote in a tweet about the briefing at the time.
Loeffler dumped stocks worth between $50,001 and $100,000 in Resideo Technologies following the hearing. The stock for Resideo has dropped by half since that point, as the Dow Jones has tanked by losing roughly 10,000 points.
She also made a buy of between $100,000 and $250,000 in Citrix, a tech firm specializing in teleworking that has bucked the market during its downturn due to the increased demand for remote networking because of coronavirus.
The residents of Georgia are getting to know Loeffler, who was a relative unknown before her appointment to the Senate, and they do not like what they seeing. Collins is the prohibitive favorite heading into November’s special election.
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