You get elected by winning the nation as a whole? Not in our system. It’s in the states, stupid.
“. . . [M]ost pollsters believe that, on balance, state polls are overstating the scale of Biden’s advantage. That was precisely the problem in 2016: The national polls were largely accurate, to within the margin of error. But there were too few state polls, and many of those that were conducted failed to collect accurate data, especially from white voters without college degrees in key swing states,” the outlet reported. “And those issues haven’t been fixed.”
Courtney Kennedy, director of research at the Pew Research Center, told Politico that concerns from 2016 are still valid.
Remember how flabbergasted the network and the two cable outlets were on election night? Well . . .
You could spend a day looking at the linked sources which my friend Nicholas Stix supplies in this extended argument for the Democrat Party’s role in our current run of riots.
“[The attack on the 2017 Unite The Right Rally
at]Charlottesville was comprised of your typical Antifa black-bloc measures,” a Project Veritas reporter said. “There were multiple chapters of Redneck Revolt that went to Charlottesville and acted as the militia wing of the anti-fascist movement.”
And Project Veritas has also released video of operatives for RefuseFa, an Antifa affiliate, bragging about contacts with high-tech tycoon Steve Wozniak’s Electronic Frontier Foundation, billionaire leftist and failed presidential candidate Tom Steyer, and Hillary Clinton’s campaign operatives.
Hearing MR’s talking points reminded me of Robert Reich, [Email him] economics professor at University California, Berkeley and Bill Clinton’s Labor Secretary. In 2017, recall, Reich suggested that the rioters who tried to stop a speech at Berkeley by Milo Yiannopoulos weren’t Antifa thugs, but instead Trump supporters in cahoots with Yiannopoulos and Breitbart.com.
Three paragraphs do not an article make. Judge for yourself if you will.