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Minnesota Attorney General Race Neck and Neck As Ellison Faces Pressure To Drop Out Over Abuse Allegations

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A recent poll suggests that the Minnesota Attorney General race is gearing up to be one of the closest races in the country ahead of the first televised debate between Keith Ellison and Republican challenger Doug Wardlow.

Although Ellison currently maintains a narrow lead over Wardlow, support for Ellison is declining throughout the Democrat party amid growing concerns of numerous allegations of domestic violence that have been brought against Ellison.

READ ABOUT THE ALLEGATIONS AGAINST ELLISON HERE.

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According to a poll conducted by Star Tribune/ MPR News Minnesota, 41 percent of voters in Minnesota said they would vote for Ellison, while 36% said they would vote for Wardlow. 18 percent of voters said they are still undecided.

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One of the key reasons why Ellison is leading in the polls is the fact that Ellison, who is a U.S. Congressman in Minnesota’s 5th District, has more name recognition than his opponent, who is a lawyer and former state representative.

However, even though Ellison has name recognition, with 80 percent of voters recognizing his name, 31 percent of Minnesota voters view him unfavorably, a number that is increasing amid the claims of domestic violence.

On Wednesday, Karen Monahan, who also dated Ellison and accused him of domestic violence, released evidence of her claims when she tweeted a picture of a 2017 medical record that documents her stress and anxiety level as being directly related to her abusive relationship with Ellison.

The medical report from Jodi K. Milburn, MD reads,

“She (Monahan) states that she was in a very stressful environment for years, emotional and physical abuse by a partner with whom she is now separated. She did not have any physical injuries that required physical examination in the past. She identifies the individual she was involved with as Congressman Keith Ellison, and she is worried about retribution if she identified him publicly. She feels that she is in a safe environment now and she is following up with therapy and relaxation. She has had reduced anxiety with extracting herself from the relationship and she feels much healthier now.”

Since being accused of domestic violence by two different women, Ellison has denied the allegations, but has not answered to the fact that evidence in the form of a 2005 police report documents a 911 domestic call to the home of Amy Alexander, who dated Ellison and has since accused him of being physically and emotionally abusive towards her.

According to Star Tribune, “800 likely voters participated in the Minnesota Poll conducted Sept. 10-12. Of those, 37 percent were Democrats, 31 percent Republicans and 32 percent independents. The poll’s margin of sampling error is plus or minus 3.5 percentage points.”

Ellison and Wardlow will debate on Friday, September 21, 2018 in a LIVE PBS televised debate.

The election in Minnesota is November 6, 2018.

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LEAKED AUDIO: Joe Biden Laughs with Former Ukrainian President about Sabotaging Trump’s Campaign in 2016

Biden’s Ukrainian crony was sabotaging Trump.

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A shocking new audio release from 2016 of then-Vice President Joe Biden and former Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko shows the two men laughing at the sabotage of Donald Trump’s presidential campaign, which at the time was fledgling.

Poroshenko and Biden talked on Aug. 19, 2016 about the release of the infamous ‘black ledger’ allegedly showing how former Trump campaign manager Paul Manafort received illicit payments from former Ukrainian President Yanykovych. They cackled about how the entire document release was orchestrated.

“And other thing, it’s just a joke. We release the important documents from the former Regions Party,” Poroshenko said to Biden.

“And as far as I understand, one of the key adviser of Mr. Trump, so-called Paul Manafort, is resigned today,” Poroshenko added, laughing about the supposed misfortune of the Trump campaign.

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“Yes. Yeah. I think he’s going back to Russia. I don’t know,” replied Biden.

“And I think that this was a bad idea to take the Yanukovych adviser to the Trump team,” Poroshenko said to Biden after laughing.

“Yes, I think so, too. But there are a lot of bad decisions he’s making,” Biden responded.

The leaked audio of the exchange between Biden and Poroshenko can be heard here:

Big League Politics reported last year on the dubious nature of the black ledger and how the Obama administration pushed dubious information to frame Manafort and hurt Trump:

Investigative journalist John Solomon issued an op/ed in The Hill explaining the details of Obama’s sordid dealings regarding Paul Manafort’s infamous black ledger in an attempt to frame Trump and punish his Russian enemies.

“Manafort’s case is one of the cases that hurts me a lot,” corruption prosecutor Nazar Kholodnytskyy said in a statement to The Hill.

He continued: “When we discovered first in May 2016, this black ledger list, I ordered the detectives… to give nothing to the mass media in considering this case. Instead, they had broken my order and published themselves… one or two pages of the black ledger.”

The detectives would not give Kholodnytskyy an explanation as to why they released this sensitive information, but he immediately suspected outside interference.

“For me, it was the first… call that something was going wrong and there was some external influence in this case… and [there was] some other interest in this case not only in the interest in the investigation and a fair trial,” Kholodnytskyy said.

The investigation was jeopardized because the Obama regime wanted to build the case against Trump associates ahead of time so they could bamboozle the public with a phony Russian investigation as a backup plan if Trump were somehow to win the Presidency.

Trump would go onto defeat Crooked Hillary, and then Obama’s minions in the deep state and fake news would go on to push a hoax that would tear the United States apart.

Former political officer at the Ukrainian Embassy in Washington, Andrii Telizhenko, is one of the key whistle-blowers exposing the Obama regime’s foreign meddling efforts in the Ukraine. He exposed a meeting that occurred with Obama officials and Ukrainian officials in Jan. 2016 in Washington D.C. to make sure the nations’ “anti-corruption efforts [were] united.”

Kostiantyn Kulyk, who works as deputy head of the Ukraine prosecutor general’s international affairs office, mentioned that Ukrainian officials offered intelligence at the meeting showing the criminality of many corrupt Western officials, including the now-indicted former Obama White House counsel Gregory Craig. The Obama regime did not want to hear it.

“They just discussed Manafort. This was all and only what they wanted. Nobody else,” Kulyk said.

The FBI had previously investigated Manafort’s Ukrainian dealings in 2014, ultimately deciding not to charge the man of any crime. However, that changed when making a scapegoat of Manafort became advantageous to the Obama administration less than two years later.

“Somebody kept this black ledger secret for two years and then showed it to the public and the U.S. media. It was extremely suspicious,” Kholodnytskyy said.

Ukraine’s National Anti-Corruption Bureau (NABU) released the sensitive documents on Manafort on May 29, 2016, just ten days after he was announced as Trump’s campaign chairman. A Ukrainian court has declared this illicit collusion to be illegal election interference.

Biden’s shady dealings with Ukraine may ultimately prevent him from winning the presidency if the American public becomes sufficiently aware of his extreme corruption.

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