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I’m not surprising anyone saying that Trump supporters aren’t traditional Republicans. Trump supporters are passionate, multiethnic and happy by nature. Joy Villa fits that description perfectly. Recently, Ms. Villa visited Minnesota for a rally that showed “their support for police, and to urge Gov. Tim Walz to end the emergency orders related to the COVID-19 pandemic.” Ms. Villa said “I just reacted because I hate bullies, I hate people who try to shut other people down just because we disagree.”

In this videotaped interview, Villa is quoted as saying “This is a 75-year-old man from New York. He’s gonna rub people the wrong way. I care about is he getting things done? First Step Act? That helps my black relatives who’ve been locked up. That helps a lot of black people who’ve been locked up. We have a better economy. That helps everybody. I’m like ‘you can hurt my feelings if you run my country right.’

Saying that my life experiences are different than Ms. Villa’s is understatement. The thing that brings Trump supporters together unlike any other group of people in political history is the brotherhood between people of different backgrounds under the umbrella of respecting each other’s differences.

That’s the opposite of the Cancel Culture Democrats. Whether we’re talking Antifa, BLM or other Democrat activists that shout people like Ben Shapiro, Guy Benson or other nontraditional conservatives, you’re talking about Censorship Democrats. You’re talking fascists, really.

If you haven’t noticed, people attending Trump rallies are partying. They’re celebrating. That’s why 96% of the people who attend a Trump rally vote for him. That’s why 98.4% of people who attend a Trump rally and contribute vote for Trump.

Biden’s supporters aren’t passionate about him. Sen. Harris’s supporters aren’t passionate about her. She’s just another check-the-box progressive phony. There are things that people don’t like about President Trump but he gets the important things exactly right. Trump is a natural deal-maker. He’s conservative on most things but he isn’t ideological like a Sean Hannity or Rush Limbaugh is. That’s fine.

Right now, Trump supporters can’t wait to vote to re-elect him. Biden is essentially dead politically. He doesn’t stand a chance. For Bernie fans, take it easy. He would’ve gotten crushed had he been the nominee. He’s a wimp, not a revolutionary. Witness how he rolled over for Hillary and Biden. Bernie’s hatred for fossil fuels would’ve gotten him crushed on that issue alone. His Medicare-for-all plan isn’t popular, either.

Bill Clinton’s Democrats had fun. They made deals, too. Today’s Democrats are angry sourpusses who think that the word compromise is something to be avoided at all costs. It’s impossible to picture the optimists found across the nation buying into Joe Biden’s angry-old-man schtick. He’s as likable as a rattlesnake. Before he became Obama’s vice president, he was actually likable. These days, he’s a grump.

Salena Zito’s latest column shines a bright spotlight on Minnesota’s statewide races. Ms. Zito is correct when she writes “The race for the Senate is real in Minnesota. Former Rep. Jason Lewis, who lost his suburban House seat in the Democratic wave election cycle of 2018, has returned, this time for a Senate seat in Minnesota, challenging incumbent Democratic Sen. Tina Smith.”

First, Tina Smith isn’t a household name in Minnesota, especially compared with Amy Klobuchar, aka St. Amy of Hennepin County. Next, Smith isn’t an ally of the Iron Range:

“You have Elizabeth Warren come here to Minnesota and say, ‘No mining in Minnesota,’ and these voters are like, ‘Are you kidding me? No mining in Minnesota?’ That is the Iron Range. There’s a reason they call it the Iron Range. Now, we’ve got the largest reserves of copper and nickel up there, and they’re saying, ‘Nope, can’t get at them.’ And then [Rep.] Betty McCollum, the uber-liberal St. Paul representative, drops a bill that would effectively ban mining on the range. Does Tina Smith, my opponent, pledge to block it? Nope, nary a peep,” Lewis explained.

“That is the reason these traditionally Democrat constituents are saying, ‘You’re leaving me. You’re telling me that my way of life on the range is a bad thing. It put my kids through school.’ Well, those voters are coming to us in droves,” he said.

There’s a rumor circulating in Minnesota that the Trump data analytics team has identified 250,000 adults in rural Minnesota who should support President Trump that weren’t registered voters at the start of 2020. It isn’t a rumor that the Trump campaign has spent tons of money on voter registration drives and GOTV operations. If those people exist, then that’s a game-changing event. Trump lost Minnesota by 44,000 votes in 2016. If Trump registers 175,000-200,000 of those rural voters, that’ll swamp Biden and Smith. That’s before talking about the potential for doing better than expected in the suburbs and the Cities:

Lewis admitted that he still needs to earn the suburban vote, at least part of it, something he did do in 2016 and did not do in the 2018 Democratic wave. “So, I did win them previous to that cycle, so I’ve got a little bit of an opening in the suburbs. You add to that the fact of the riots, the fact that the hard Left, the Antifa Left, which is trying to make the argument that one injustice ought to be compounded by another injustice, riots and going after cops … has clearly put the suburbs even in more play,” he said.

His wife, Leigh, is a former St. Paul police officer. “We’re very, very optimistic as we go around the suburbs,” Lewis said. “And that’s where I live as well; that will put us over the finish line, and the polls are showing that.”

With the urban unrest in Minneapolis, Republicans have a great opportunity to do better than expected in Hennepin and Ramsey counties and the suburbs. Lewis should do well in places like Dakota and Carver counties, which have fairly significant rural populations. Let’s just say that Tina Smith doesn’t do well beyond the inner ring suburbs. Lewis has President Trump’s enthusiastic endorsement, which helps in rural Minnesota:

It’ll take a perfect storm to fully flip Minnesota. Considering the turbulence that Minnesota’s dealt with this year, I’m certainly won’t rule out that perfect storm.

The Harris-Biden ticket insists that President Trump didn’t take COVID-19 seriously. Further, the Harris-Biden ticket insist that people died unnecessarily because of President Trump’s unseriousness. That’s BS of the stinkiest order. This White House fact sheet demolishes the Harris-Biden argument:

  1. Took early action to cut off travel from China
  2. Built the world’s leading testing system from nothing
  3. Enacted mitigation measures to slow the spread
  4. Mobilized public and private sectors to secure needed supplies
  5. Took action to protect vulnerable Americans
  6. Launched effort to deliver a vaccine and therapeutics in record time
  7. Provided support to workers and businesses
  8. Paved way for reopening to get America working again
  9. Surged resources to hot spots as they arose
  10. Confronted China as origin of the virus while Democrats and media cowered

Let’s get serious about something. Can anyone picture President Harris or Co-President Biden calling up pharmaceutical industry CEOs to have them start working on a vaccine in February? If you can picture that, what type of drugs are you using?

Peter Navarro was tasked with rebuilding the national stockpile of ventilators. He contacted GM about standing up a manufacturing facility in Kokomo, IN. From the initial call from Navarro to the manufacture of the first ventilator took 17 days:

“Every time you hear that ‘pity party’ stuff, remember to look into the future, see where we need to go, and what we need to do, and that’s bringing manufacturing and supply chains home, starting with our pharmaceutical supply chains and our medical supplies and equipment like masks,” he said. “And that’s what we’re doing. I’ve have seen miracles here. I’ve seen a plant in Kokomo, Indiana, with General Motors stood up in 17 days, and three days later, we had ventilators go into hospitals in Gary, Indiana.”

Does anyone seriously think that Harris, Biden or any other Democratic presidential candidate could’ve accomplished this? I don’t. I can’t picture any Democrat being able to accomplish anything like that. That isn’t the only special assignment Navarro is handling:

During the Obama-Biden administration, Obama and Biden didn’t think it was a problem to have our antibiotics, PPE and other medical supplies manufactured in China. If they thought it posed a national security threat, they didn’t act on it. Considering Biden’s coziness with China, it’s highly unlikely that ‘Buy American, Hire American’ was a priority.

VP Biden’s campaign slogan is just spin. It isn’t a commitment like it is with President Trump. Democrats are globalists and corporatists. Whether it’s Lebron James or Michael Bloomberg or Mark Cuban, they’re each committed to China in different ways. Bloomberg wants Chinese markets open to him even if it hurts the US. Lebron James doesn’t flinch when Nike uses child labor to manufacture athletic wear that bears Lebron’s name. Cuban won’t speak of China’s evils because it might hurt the NBA.

Donald Trump didn’t flinch in cutting off travel with China when COVID was first discovered. That’s because his loyalties lie with the US.

For the first 40+ years of his career, Joe Biden fed his family at the globalist trough. Biden’s family got rich feeding at the globalist trough. Why should I think that he’s serious about ‘Buy American, Hire American’?

Tuesday afternoon, President Trump and Israeli Prime Minister Netanyahu joined the foreign ministers of the UAE and Bahrain in signing history-shattering peace agreements. These agreements are now known as the “Abraham Accords.”

In his remarks, President Trump said “Thanks to the great courage of the leaders of these three countries, we take a major stride toward a future in which people of all faiths and backgrounds live together in peace and prosperity.” Prime Minister Netanyahu added “This day is a pivot of history, it heralds a new dawn of peace. For thousands of years the Jewish people have prayed for peace, for decades the Jewish state has prayed for peace, and this is why today we are filled with such profound gratitude.”

They were joined by UAE Foreign Minister Sheikh Abdullah Bin Zayed Al Nahyan and Dr. Abdullatif bin Rashid Al Zayani, Bahrain’s Foreign Minister. Zayani praised the deal, saying “Mr. President, your statesmanship and tireless efforts have brought us here today and made peace a reality.”

Meanwhile, Democrats acted like disgruntled children, with Speaker Pelosi sounding particularly bitter:

The signing of a pair of historic peace agreements is a “distraction” from COVID? What type of warped person is Ms. Pelosi? These agreements are historic because it isn’t often that Arab nations recognize Israel’s right to exist. That’s why Tuesday’s agreements are only the third and fourth agreements in Israel’s history.

The first agreement was the Camp David Accords between Israel and Egypt. They were signed by Egyptian President Anwar Sadat and Israeli Prime Minister Menachem Begin on Sept. 17, 1978. (Sadat was assassinated 3 years later.) Next was the signing of the Israel–Jordan peace treaty in Oct., 1994. That was the last treaty between Israel and an Arab nation until yesterday.

Pelosi is one of the most tone-deaf politicians in DC history. That’s why there’s an anti-Democrat backlash building. Pelosi thinks that COVID is the top issue with voters. Just ask yourself this question. What’s most likely to get your attention — the shooting of the LA sheriff deputies or the daily update of COVID statistics? That isn’t a fair fight.

By now, the entire civilized world has heard about the depravity unleashed on 2 LA County sheriff deputies. Joe Biden didn’t waste time in looking like an idiot with this tweet:


That’s stunningly stupid. Joe Biden is criticizing so-called assault weapons though the video, which contains extremely graphic video, shows the would-be assassin using a handgun to ambush the deputies:

Here’s some questions for VP Biden:

  1. Should the government (federal, state or municipal) have the right to strip from its citizens the right of citizens to protect themselves or their families? AK-47s and AR-15s aren’t often used in gang wars. They’re often used to protect families when riots break out.
  2. Have you even thought this through? When you passed the Assault Weapons Ban, it was effective for less than a month. That’s because you specified which models were designated as assault weapons. Shortly thereafter, the model numbers got changed. Same gun, different model number = Assault Weapons Ban is worthless.
  3. Have you ever thought that the Second Amendment was written to protect citizens from tyrannical governments and to protect people/families? If you haven’t, why haven’t you thought about that?
  4. Isn’t being lenient towards rioters and looters stoking violence? Wherever lenience is shown, the violence continues, without exception. Where overwhelming force is used, the violence stops. Might there be a lesson in there for Democrats?
  5. When you were supposedly way ahead in the polls, you said nothing about the violence. The minute the polls started tightening fast, you started talking about the violence? Why the change?

This violence wasn’t just predictable. It was predicted. Disrespecting authority figures without cause isn’t just stupid. It’s what a spoiled little brat would do. The Democrats’ sense of decency doesn’t exist anymore. The Democrats’ disrespectful actions have demolished minority neighborhoods and cost those families their life savings.

That’s why Republicans are poised to improve their approval ratings with minority communities. President Trump’s economic policies have helped but his pro-police policies have helped, too. Monday night on Hannity, Candace Owens predicted that Republicans would get 20% of the African-American vote. While I think that’s a little high, I don’t have any difficulty believing Trump will hit 15% of the African-American vote.

Democrats have shot their mouths off. Democrats haven’t fixed the problems facing minority neighborhoods. President Trump has started fixing some of these problems. Give him 4 more years and life will be significantly improved in minority neighborhoods.

This article highlights how tenuous Joe Biden’s lead actually is. Forget what the polls say. Most of them oversample Democrats so they aren’t that predictive.

Nevada has gone Democrat for awhile now. It’s important to remember that Bernie crushed Biden here, mostly with an impressive turnout with Hispanics. Bernie’s win in Nevada got Establishment Democrats panicking. It wasn’t that much longer than Jim Clyburn rescued Biden’s campaign. But I digress.

Biden had a 5-point advantage in the state at the beginning of September, according to a University of Nevada-Las Vegas Lee Business School poll, the first state survey of the general election. But this week, the Cook Political Report shifted the state’s rating from “likely Democrat” to “lean Democrat.”

Separately, a New York Times/Siena College survey released on Saturday showed Biden up by 4 points, 46% to 42%, after polling of likely voters taken Sept. 8-11. Democrat Hillary Clinton won Nevada by 2 points in 2016.

Biden’s campaign better hit that next gear soon. If they don’t, President Trump will seize that momentum and ride it through the election.

A surprise win in Nevada, which Trump lost in 2016, could help the president compensate for a loss in another battleground ground state like Michigan or Pennsylvania. Nevada has only six Electoral College votes, compared to Michigan’s 16 and Pennsylvania’s 20, but Trump’s campaign sees a re-election victory path that would entail winning a series of smaller states anchored by Minnesota instead of the Rust Belt states that put him in the White House.

Speaking of Minnesota, that’s getting more interesting each week. According to this video, President Trump has made a bigger-than-major ad buy there:

At the start of the segment, Pete Hegseth said that the Trump campaign has made $14,000,000 worth of ad buys in Minnesota. That’s a monster ad buy for a state the size of Minnesota. Had President Trump spent $5,000,000 on advertising in Minnesota, that would’ve been a major commitment. Trump’s spending 3 times that. That’s before factoring in the army of volunteers and the field staff in Minnesota.

This also explodes the myth that the Trump campaign/RNC is running out of money. You don’t spend $14,000,000 unless there’s promising data showing that there’s a great shot at flipping the state. President Trump obviously thinks he’s got a legitimate shot at winning Minnesota. Let’s remember the ‘experts’ that ridiculed him for stopping in Wisconsin the final Sunday of the campaign. The ‘experts’ said that stopping in Wisconsin was “campaign malpractice.”

Trump will seek to seize on the new advantage with a visit to the Silver State this weekend. The campaign swing includes two rallies, one in Reno on Saturday, followed by another in Las Vegas on Sunday, as well as a roundtable discussion on Latino issues at the Treasure Island casino. He’ll also look to appeal to Latino voters with a roundtable in Phoenix on Monday.

Following the news of Trump being competitive with Hispanic voters in Florida’s Miami-Dade County, appealing to these states makes tons of sense. The Trump campaign understands that they aren’t running a traditional campaign. That doesn’t mean they aren’t making smart decisions. How often have the ‘experts’ ridiculed Trump, only to get served a heaping helping of crow a day or week later?

Let’s remember, too, that President Trump’s chances of flipping New Hampshire and New Mexico aren’t as remote as the ‘experts’ predict. President Trump won 306 electoral votes in 2016. That means he had 36 electoral votes more than he needed. Let’s play a game of ‘What If?’ and say he loses Michigan, Pennsylvania and Wisconsin. That puts him at 260 EVs. He still reaches 270 by winning Maine, New Hampshire and Nevada. Trump still wins if he loses Michigan, Pennsylvania and Wisconsin, then loses Arizona if he wins Minnesota and Nevada, New Hampshire or Maine.

This is far from over but President Trump has multiple paths to victory.

For more than 2 weeks, Democrats have insisted that the violence in America’s streets was happening in “Donald Trump’s America.” Joe Biden suggested multiple times that it was President Trump’s fault. To prove the dishonesty of these assertions, a simple set of questions will suffice. Let’s get started proving the Democrats’ dishonesty.

  1. During any of the riots, did President Trump instruct the Democrat mayors to go easy on the rioters?
  2. Did President Trump tell Ted Wheeler, Portland’s Democrat mayor, to look the other way while Antifa destroyed Wheeler’s city?
  3. When Minneapolis Mayor Jacob Frey ordered the police to abandon the Second Precinct Police Station, did he give those instructions on President Trump’s instruction?

  4. When Officer Derek Chauvin put his knee on George Floyd’s neck, was it because he’d received bad training?
  5. Or did it happen because the powers-that-be in Minneapolis haven’t changed the culture within the Minnneapolis Police Department?
  6. Did President Trump have anything to do with either the officers’ training or the culture within the MPD?
  7. When Lori Lightfoot, Chicago’s Democrat Mayor, told President Trump she didn’t need federal help, was that President Trump’s fault?
  8. Was it President Trump’s fault when the Rochester Police Chief and his deputy retire today?

Check this out:

Here’s another set of questions:

  1. If, God forbid, Joe Biden is elected this November, will Ted Wheeler suddenly become Portland’s version of Joe Arpaio?
  2. Would Jacob Frey suddenly turn into a Minneapolis version of Clint Eastwood?
  3. Would Bill de Blasio suddenly turn into Serpico?

Let’s get serious a moment. Joe Biden’s accusations shouldn’t be taken seriously. His accusations only make sense if President Trump is in charge of the police forces in Rochester, Portland, New York, Minneapolis and Chicago. Since the US Constitution is built on the principle of federalism, Biden’s accusations don’t make any sense. Then again, nothing makes sense to a candidate who looks like this:


Here’s the video by itself:

That candidate is barely able to read a teleprompter. Is he the guy you’d want handling an international crisis? I wouldn’t.

This article in Harper’s Bazaar is a stirring account of how Kim Kardashian used her celebrity connections to help Alice Marie Johnson out of the most difficult situation in Alice Johnson’s life. If you haven’t read the article, I can’t recommend it strongly enough.

First, Alice Marie Johnson deserves tons of credit for accepting responsibility for what she’d done. Unlike some politicians who make excuses (think Hillary Clinton after the 2016 election and Nancy Pelosi after the salon), Alice Johnson humbled herself, admitted that she’d made mistakes, then turned to the Lord for redemption. I’m certain that Alice’s humility and contrition got God’s attention, Who then put it on Kim Kardashian’s heart to find Alice. After getting to know Alice, the forever bond was forged. Shortly thereafter, Kim posted this tweet:


This videotaped interview is golden:

About 6:00 into the interview, Kardashian-West said “There were people around who said ‘are you sure you should go to the White House? Maybe you shouldn’t go.’ To me, this has nothing to do with politics. This has to do with people.”

Think of how much better off the US would be if more people had that attitude. This will sound a little pollyannish but I’ll say it anyway. Doing the right thing is always smart politically.

During their first face-to-face meeting, Alice told Kim that she prays for Kim and Kanye daily. That day, her prayer was based on Psalm 105:14-15, which says “He permitted no one to do them wrong; Yes, He rebuked kings for their sakes, Saying, “Do not touch My anointed ones, And do My prophets no harm.”

Kardashian-West spoke first with Ivanka Trump, who then arranged a meeting with President Trump. Kardashian-West wasn’t worried about resistance or who got credit. She only cared about doing the right thing. President Trump entered their meeting with the same attitude. As a result of that attitude, they got Alice Johnson’s sentence commuted and laid the groundwork for criminal justice reform.

President Obama pardoned 231 individuals in December 2016, “many of whom had similar drug-related charges,” Mic reports, but Johnson was not one of them. According to BBC News, Johnson “fit all of the criteria” for the former president’s clemency project, but was rejected just days before Obama’s term ended. The reason why is unclear. Johnson told Mic, “When the criteria came out for clemency, I thought for sure—in fact, I was certain that I’d met and exceeded all of the criteria.”

It will be difficult for Biden to explain that away. It’s one thing to admit that the didn’t commute Alice Johnson’s sentence. It’s another thing to say ‘we commuted these sentences but didn’t work on criminal justice reform.’

It’s obvious that Joe Biden’s press availability Friday was scripted. It was so scripted that Chris Stirewalt noticed it. After Biden criticized President Trump for the comments he didn’t make in France 2 years ago, Biden launched into another attack on what Biden calls a “K-shaped recovery.” According to Biden, the Trump economy makes the rich richer while making the poor poorer.

That’s been disproven multiple times by Larry Kudlow alone but Democrats don’t care about facts. Facts aren’t stubborn things to Democrats. They’re irrelevant to today’s Democrats. The first question was posed by The Atlantic’s Edward-Isaac Dovere about The Atlantic’s article that accused President Trump of calling dead WW I soldiers suckers and losers. Dovere asked “When you hear these remarks — ‘suckers,’ ‘losers,’ recoiling from amputees, what does it tell you about President Trump’s soul and the life he leads?”

The next set-up question was asked by CNN’s MJ Lee, who asked this leading question:

I wonder if you worry that this kind of language that comes from the president of the United States can deter some Americans who are tuning into him to not wear masks.

Next was Ed O’Keefe’s two-fer:

CBS News correspondent Ed O’Keefe squeezed in two questions for Biden, the first of which asked what the former vice president thought of Trump’s supposed suggestion to voters that they should vote both by mail and in-person. The second question asked why Biden wasn’t “angrier” at Trump’s reported comments about the fallen soldiers.

Then there’s this:

ABC News correspondent Mary Bruce also questioned Biden about Trump’s attempts to discourage mail-in voting but invoked Russia’s efforts to “sow doubt” in the electoral process and whether Biden was “concerned” that such messaging may be working to disenfranchise his own supporters.

After that, Stirewalt entered the discussion:

So seldom do reporters get to ask Joe Biden questions, so seldom do reporters — this is the second time really in quite a while … and that was shamefully embarrassing,” Stirewalt told “Outnumbered Overtime”. “I mean, there were two questions in there that maybe could have been considered adversarial but that was as bad as when Trump calls on some niche pro-Trump publication to ask him how magnificent his magnificence is.”

Stirewalt singled out O’Keefe for the question about why Biden wasn’t “angrier” about Trump’s reported comments, sarcastically calling it his “favorite.” “I’m just sitting here listening thinking, ‘Don’t you want to know about his plans? Don’t you want to know about the controversy surrounding his plans? Don’t you want to know anything?'” Stirewalt exclaimed. “The closest we got to adversarial questioning was when they were asking him about whether he got his coronavirus test up his nose or whatever.”

Friday morning, the BLS (Bureau of Labor Statistics) issued the August Jobs Report. According to the report, the economy created 1,400,000 jobs in August, an astonishing report. As noteworthy as that is, the headline was that the unemployment rate dropped from 10.2% to 8.4%, the second-biggest percentage drop in history. Not a single question was asked about the jobs report or about Biden’s plan to raise taxes. That didn’t fit the media’s agenda, though, so they asked about President Trump’s soul instead.

I won’t call these gas-bags reporters or journalists. They’re Democrat propagandists. Period.

MSNBC’s Steve Rattner has a difficult responsibility today. He had the unenviable task of explaining why today’s jobs report wasn’t great news. Let’s just say that he gave it the good old college try:

Rattner said “The good news is that we added 1.4 million new jobs. The bad news is that we added fewer jobs than the previous month and way fewer jobs the month before that.” Steve Rattner isn’t an idiot, though he apparently plays one on MSNBC. Of course, the job creation numbers this month are way down from the report 2 months ago, when a record 4,800,000 jobs were created. Still, it’s the 4th largest job creation figure behind June, May and July of this year.

This article takes a similarly negative tone:

Employers added another 1.4 million jobs to the US economy in August, as the jobs recovery continued to slow.

This was in line with expectations, and down from 1.7 million jobs added in July and 4.8 million in June. Every person who can go back to work is a win for the recovery from the unprecedented jobless crisis the Covid-19 pandemic has brought on. However, America is still down 11.5 million jobs from February. This means millions of families are still in need of benefits to make ends meet while Congress continues to argue about the next stimulus package.

The needs should be met by targeting areas of need. Naturally, Nancy Pelosi insists that everything is terrible:

The August jobs report highlights the continuing urgent need for action as the economic recovery stimulated by Congress’s early and robust investments continues to slow down. More than six months into this crisis, tens of millions are still out of work, particularly in communities of color, with more than 1 million Americans having filed for pandemic and initial unemployment claims for 24 straight weeks, and millions more are facing food insecurity, unsafe schools and workplaces, and the devastating prospect of eviction and homelessness.

The needs that are urgent are shrinking. Thankfully, Joe Biden’s policies weren’t in place. If they were, we’d have a major crisis. President Trump continues to bring manufacturing companies back from other countries, which strengthens the US economy while strengthening our national security. Ms. Pelosi sees the economy pick up momentum. If she doesn’t negotiate a deal, fast, President Trump will get most of the credit. Here’s more Pelosi BS:

“Sadly, Republicans continue to demonstrate their utter contempt for the lives and livelihoods of millions of Americans who are being devastated by Republicans’ deadly inaction. The White House and Senate Republicans have made clear that they still do not comprehend the scale of this disaster or the urgent needs of our communities and the American people. House Democrats have come to the negotiating table willing to compromise, and we will continue reaching out until we achieve a fair agreement that meets the needs of all Americans.

Thank Larry Kudlow for some sunshine: