Biden Leads Trump By 6% in PA, Biden/Trump Tied in TX

Yesterday we received a new poll from Harper Polling for the state of Pennsylvania that has Joe Biden ahead of Donald Trump by 6%.

Joe Biden (D) 49%
Donald Trump (R-inc) 43%

This poll was done April 21-26 among 644 likely voters. Even more trouble for Trump in the state of Texas where we have yet another poll showing this state that should be a GOP guarantee in a Presidential election will not be an easy win this year. This latest poll comes from The Dallas Morning News.

PRESIDENT – TEXAS (Dallas Morning News)
Donald Trump (R-inc) 43%
Joe Biden (D) 43%

This poll was done April 18-27 among 1183 registered voters.

Posted by Dave at 10:06 pm
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138 Responses to “Biden Leads Trump By 6% in PA, Biden/Trump Tied in TX”

  1. MichiganGuy says:


  2. Cash Cow TM says:

    SUPPOSED comparison of state by state CV-19 deaths this year with flu deaths in 2018.

    Now this IS from Facebook, but they do have citations…but I have not checked accuracy.

  3. PresidentPaul! says:

    surprise: Alarm bells ring over controversial COVID testing. Having antibodies doesn’t necessarily mean that one is protected from COVID-19. It just means a lab test came back positive

    This is true just as having a vaccine that produces “neutralizing antibodies” would automatically mean that you have protection when the end goal is preventing COVID transmission not having positive lab tests.

  4. jason says:

    Bunu thinks he is a conservative or a Republican?

    You really need professional help for that kind of delusion.

  5. jason says:

    I wonder if Jason bet on Secretariat.”

    Yes, but didn’t pay much.

  6. jason says:

    No real money anyway.

  7. jason says:

    Phil thinks he is going to win a bet with me?

    Others have made the same mistake.

    Maybe he doesn’t know I never lost a bet here.

  8. jason says:

    Secretariat was the greatest race horse that ever lived.

  9. Scooterboy says:

    From the last thread.

    Sorry Phil, but you have to go through the interview & initiation process just like everyone else. There are no free lunches around here. I don’t care if the Llama lover sponsors your application request or not. I’ve waited years to achieve permanent A-hole status, so I will gladly use my newly earned powers , and veto any suggestion of waiving the normal process.
    The only waving you are going to experience, is all of us A-holes waving at you while you park our cars in the A-hole parking lot. That’s IF you gain entrance into the A-holes. Right now it’s pretty crowded, so in my opinion it’s going to be difficult to squeeze you in. I’m presently leaning against.
    So quit your whining & GFY !!!!!

  10. SanDiegoCitizen says:

    How excited are you to support your candidate for President?
    @realDonaldTrump supporters-
    36% extremely excited
    28% very excited
    22% mildly excited
    15% not that excited

    How excited are you to support your candidate for President?
    @JoeBiden supporters-
    22% extremely excited
    23% very excited
    29% mildly excited
    26% not that excited

  11. Bitterlaw says:

    Scooter has a vote? Time to rewrite…I mean check the by-laws.

  12. Tgca says:

    Quince Bebe! Quince!

  13. Tgca says:

    8. More like fess up you were wrong and lost a bet.

  14. SanDiegoCitizen says:

    The California rebellion continues; Yuba and Sutter counties have joined Modoc in their plans to reopen businesses.

    Newsom is backing down quickly, saying changes to the stay-at-home orders are many days, not weeks away.

  15. Phil says:

    Didn’t really expect a waiver, Scooter. Still, thought my disgusting and assholian posts of late should have impressed the membership enough to give me a shot. No matter. I’ll ace any interview…..and Jason will sponsor me whether he likes it or not since he’s losing the bet. I’ll be voted in and in the end, I’m confident I’ll even win you over. Real a-holes don’t grow on trees. You take them when you can find them.

  16. MichiganGuy says:

    Blockbuster Video!!!
    Not sure if, this has already been posted but, wow wow wow!!! I’m no fan of Michael Moore but, kudos to him for making this documentary. Now, it’s not perfect. There is population control bs in the documentary but, for a left wing environmentalist this is awesome. It’s a must see video!

  17. Sheeple,Jr. says:

    With respect to the Texas Poll, the pollster in February had Biden +1,45/44. At this time in 2018, I suspect that this pollster showed Beto beating Cruz.

  18. jason says:

    8. More like fess up you were wrong and lost a bet.”


    The bet will be decided May15th, and I if I lose I will “fess up” then.

    Hope that seems reasonable to you.

  19. jason says:

    Wow, looks like Scooter is being a real A-hole with Phil.

  20. jason says:

    and Jason will sponsor me whether he likes it or not since he’s losing the bet.”

    Phil, save the strong forward looking statements for the written application.

  21. jason says:

    “Real a-holes don’t grow on trees”.

    Phil, you don’t want to make any rookie mistakes during the admission process.

    Remember, you are aspiring to be an A-hole, anybody can be an a-hole.

    a-holes ARE a dime a dozen and probably do grow on trees.

  22. jason says:

    Good riddance.

    “TWIN CITIES, MN — KARE 11, the NBC affiliate in the Minneapolis-St. Paul metro area, has fired its longtime meteorologist.

    “Due to continued violations of KARE 11’s news and ethics and other policies, we have made the decision to part ways with Sven Sundgaard,” the station is said in a post on its Facebook page.

    According to the Star Tribune, Sundgaard recently reposted comments from Minneapolis Rabbi Michael Adam Latz. The newspaper said Latz had described anti-shutdown protesters as “white nationalist Nazi sympathizer gun fetishist miscreants.”

  23. Tina says:

    Breitbart News
    A frustrated Michigan pilot flew an “F U” pattern over Grand Rapids to spell out his message to Democrat Gov. Gretchen Whitmer about her lockdown order.

  24. jason says:

    How MI “produced” another 75 deaths yesterday.

    “If a death certificate is matched to a confirmed COVID-19 case and that record in the MDSS does not indicate the individual died, the MDSS record is updated to indicate the death and the appropriate local health department is notified. These matched deaths are then included with mortality information posted to the Michigan Coronavirus website. As a result of the most recent assessment, today’s data includes 75 additional deaths identified by this methodology.”

  25. jason says:

    It is obvious that Phil is funding these efforts in order to win his bet.

  26. jason says:

    Russia at almost 11k a day. At this rate they will soon be in second place in the number of cases after the US.

    So far they are reporting a mortality rate of less than 1%, which is certainly BS.

  27. Phil says:

    Off to the golf course, gents. Got a new set of hybrids I want to try out. Wish you were with me but I get it, you’re trapped. Forced to stay inside by your blue state governors. You can always turn on the tube. You have a choice. Should you watch Trump hater Chuck Todd or Trump hater Chris Wallace this morning? Blue state heaven.

    I’ll be back about mid afternoon and let you know how the new clubs performed.

  28. MichiganGuy says:

    #35 shepherd boy
    That is funny.
    I stop reading after “Murry is the niece of former Republican Senate candidate Christine O’Donnell”

  29. Bio mom says:

    Actually, our golf courses in DE are open.

  30. Tina says:

    · 7m
    US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo told @ThisWeekABC that there was “enormous evidence” that the coronavirus pandemic originated in a laboratory in Wuhan, China.

  31. Tgca says:

    I totally relate to this abuse. My pooch is bullying me by squeezing into my sleeping space at night when she already has 8 other sleeping beds throughout the house. If I push her away she looks at me in a way I know means F*G! Homo! Perv!

    Gay parents are being abused by their children during the COVID-19 lockdown. Clearly, this stress related acting out by their children, especially teens, is only unique to them while ALL the heterosexual parents are finding their children are accepting the lockdown stress-free and behaving just wonderfully, as one would expect of teens stuck in the house with nowhere to go.

  32. jason says:

    Murry is the niece of former Republican Senate candidate Christine O’Donnell”

    Yeah, I can see the credibility problem if she is the niece of that con woman.

  33. jason says:

    Walt is being abused by his wife, nobody says anything, but we are supposed to feel bad about gay parents?

  34. jason says:

    So the case benchmark for today, since Sunday’s get under reported, is last Sunday’s number.


  35. Scooterboy says:

    Byron York-“ Absolutely astonishing — New York Times not only rejects role of media, but calls for an investigation done by ‘an unbiased, apolitical panel, put together by the DNC.’

    Joe Gabriel Simonson-“ This editorial from The Times is something. The Tara Reade allegations are too important to be investigated by the media so we need experts at the DNC to reach an unbiased conclusion!”

    The New York Times thinks the DNC is unbiased & apolitical? Lol

    You can’t make this chit up.

  36. Robbie says:

    I see Dr. Birx was back at it today. She whined that protestors weren’t social distancing or wearing masks. Of course, she knows the possibility of transmission outdoors is minimal at best, but she wants the lockdowns to continue. She even went so far as to chide people for wanting to get haircuts. Remember how e were promised an apocalyptic scenario after Wisconsin voted? Well, how’d that turn out?

    What galls me most is the experts aren’t the ones in danger of losing their jobs. No matter how bad things get, no government employee is going to lose his or her job, but everyone else will. Dr. Fauci and Dr. Birx can be wrong about everything (just as they were with the effectiveness of the shutdown) and never be in danger of being fired.

  37. Tgca says:

    So GWB thinks we should all get along. I guess he is channeling Rodney King now. What a hypocrite!

    Listen, I have no problem in advocating civility to the f*cking morons that don’t agree with me. But to be selective about advocating civility warrants justifiable criticism and ridicule. Where was GWB the last 3 years advocating for civility?

    I always thought GWB was a decent fellow but he also stoopidly let folks walk all over him and the GOP, the reason Trump was elected because folks got tired of being beaten down and not fighting back.

    So spare us your lectures GWB!

    Sorry to Wes and other GWB sycophants but GWB is being a hypocrite here.

  38. Robbie says:

    The Singapore model, which showed 97% of cases done by May 11 last Sunday, now shows 97% of cases done by May 21. other countries seem to be following the curve of the Singapore model far better than the US is. I suppose that’s because we’re doing so much more testing.

  39. Scooterboy says:

    In response to the NYT editorial board’s suggestion that the DNC assemble an “unbiased, apolitical panel” to inventory Biden’s Senate papers, DNC communications director @XochitlHinojosa calls this an “absurd suggestion on its face” and argues Biden has already been fully vetted.

    “This is an absurd suggestion on its face. Regardless if it’s the job of the DNC to do this kind of thing, it’s already been done. Joe Biden has been clear in responding to this allegation , he went through a thorough vetting process to be Obama’s Vice President in 2008 (which is a vetting process like no other) and lawyers and the press found nothing, and he has asked for transparency by asking that all relevant documents be released if they exist”

  40. Tgca says:

    Me thinks Fauci and Birx are enjoying their 15 minutes of fame and don’t want it to end. Their lack of foresight and knowledge going into this pandemic had frightened large segments of the general population and given the MSM and radical libs and politicians ample opportunity to help destroy America to make folks dependent on them so they can cling to and concentrate more power over folks. Thank God there are resisters.

  41. Tgca says:

    Cincuenta Bebe! Cincuenta!

  42. Tina says:

    While I don’t agree with the doctors, Birx is better because she does not get trapped by the media, like Dr. Fauci.

  43. Scooterboy says:

    Just a reminder. The New York Times, who doesn’t appear willing to investigate the sexual assault allegations against Biden, ran 553 stories on Brett Kavanaugh.

  44. Tina says:

    Looks like Maria B. slammed Goober today. Basically, Goober lis all talk and is useless because he was in on the hoax from the get go.

    Emerald Robinson Latin cross
    · 43m
    Maria Bartiromo reminds Sen. Lindsey Graham he promised:

    To subpoena Rosenstein in Feb 2019

    To do “a deep dive” into Russia Hoax in July 2019

    To start calling people to appear before Congress in Sept 2019

    To subpoena IG Horowitz in Oct 2019

    Graham did none of these things.

  45. jason says:

    I don’t have a problem with GWB’s message.

    Seems perfectly reasonable to me.

    In any case, it is the Dems that are politicizing this.

  46. Tina says:

    Goober also went AWOL on China Biden and Ukraine.

    But he loves doing Hannity shows.

  47. jason says:

    Sorry to Wes and other GWB sycophants”

    Wes is a GWB sycophant?

    Wow, there wouldn’t be enough points for him if he was an A-hole.

  48. SoHope says:

    The dems are saying that Biden has be throughly investigated and vetted when he was selected to be Obamas running mate…way more vetted than John Edward’s was when he was selected to be John Kerrys running mate.

  49. Tgca says:

    An example of the fear that Fauci and Birx have put on the general public not at great risk was my experience in Whole Foods yesterday.

    There I was, minding my own business, as I always do, shopping for tofu and seaweed juice, and this frumpy middled-aged lesbian clerk sporting a barber style haircut and dangling a large key chain from her belted jeans comes by and lectures some guy that his mask was not fully covering his nose. Then she walks away and comes back and watches him to ensure he was complying with the great authority vested in her by the Sewer State of NJ.

    I wanted to smack the rug muncher in the head but then I realized gay-on-gay violence is not good for the community. Besides, she’s probably taking it out on him because her hetero children at home are abusing her under the COVID-19 lockdown.

  50. jason says:

    Their lack of foresight and knowledge going into this pandemic”


    I have yet to see anyone with more knowledge than Fauci and Birx.

    Foresight? Unless they are psychic, they could not have foreseen anything like this.

    What counts is how they have responded. I find no fault with how they have responded to the challenge of keeping deaths to the lowest number possible.

    It is up to the politicians to weigh that goal against other factors.

  51. jason says:

    An example of the fear that Fauci and Birx have put on the general public not at great risk was my experience in Whole Foods yesterday.”

    Sorry, not Fauci and Birx’s fault there are so many little Gestapo a-holes running around ratting on people.

  52. Wes says:

    I never knew I was a sycophant to a man whose corpse I literally want to urinate on after his death.

    I guess I learn something new every day.

  53. jason says:

    Another fascist, this time Chicago mayor Lightfoot:

    “Now, I’ve directed Superintendent Brown to order all police districts to give special attention to these parties and this is how it’s going to be. We will shut you down. We will cite you and if we need to, we will arrest you and we take you to jail. Period. There should be nothing ambiguous about that. Don’t make us treat you like a criminal. But if you act like a criminal and you violate the law, and you refuse to do what’s necessary to save lives in the city in the middle of a pandemic, we will take you to jail. Period.”

  54. jason says:

    Wes, you deserve honorable mention points on that one.

  55. Tgca says:


    You have to seen anyone with more knowledge than Fauci and Birx?

    Probably because Fauci, are the gubbermint administrators in this case and get to lead the effort and the one other gubbermint leaders are relying upon for guidance, especially when Fauci is advocating for not going back to norms and opening up communities.

    Fauci in particular is a 30+ year veteran in an administrative role and not the day-to-day professional on the front line dealing with this and similar diseases. He is equivalent to a University president who gets the spotlight but not necessarily the one doing the real work.

    It would be like saying I have yet to see anyone more expert in politics and gubbermint than Biden because Biden has been a political leader and involved in most gubbermint decisions one way or the other for 40+ years…and he was VP too for 8 years so clearly he must be some kind of an expert in politics and gubbermint affairs.

    Experience and credentials don’t necessarily equate to wise decision-making.

  56. Tgca says:


    To be fair to the lesbian mayor, she is probably acting out of frustration from the fact hetero kids are abusing gays at home during the COVID-19 lockdown! Damn teenage bullies! We need more anti-bullying laws to stop hetero abuse.

    Gays, especially gay parents, are suffering much more the effects of COVID-19 than their heterosexual brethren (see 40 above for proof). This is a fact!

    Where is Nancy and Chuck on this? An investigation is needed into this.

  57. wvally says:

    jason says:
    May 3, 2020 at 11:13 am
    Murry is the niece of former Republican Senate candidate Christine O’Donnell”

    Yeah, I can see the credibility problem if she is the niece of that con woman.


    NEW: Fox has obtained a letter from former VP of the First State Gridiron Dinner saying @JoeBiden did not attend the event on May 3, 2008. I have also obtained Biden’s personal schedule for the day, which shows that an aide went in his place.
    Biden had a minor surgery that week.

  58. Tgca says:

    Don’t try to stir up the pot between and my good friend Wes. I respect but do not agree with his constant adulation of GWB.

    At least Wes and I both agree on the great Sewer State of NJ. I think Wes should relocate to NJ for a bit and get to know it’s people. I can use my contacts to find him a decent place to stay in Jersey City or Newark.

    Then he’s not that far (80 miles) to meet up with Bitter in Philly for a beer or maybe catch a flower show or go sweater shopping, as spring is always a good time to get discounts on sweaters as stores clear out their winter inventory.

  59. Tgca says:

    Ok. Have fun kiddies. I’m off to run some errands. Need to stock up on tofu. They allow only 4 packages to a customer.

  60. Wes says:

    The one night I spent in NJ in 1999 was quite enough.

    Unlike Bitter, I don’t find rampant systemic corruption so fascinating I want to live my whole life in places such as the Sewer State and Philadelphia.

  61. Wes says:

    That reminds me.

    This is example #1,048,576 of how everything in NJ down to the subatomic particles is 100% corrupt.

  62. Robbie says:

    Scott Gottlieb, former head of the FDA under Trump, was on CBS this morning to do his usual gloom and doom routine. In terms of predictions, he’s been wrong, wrong, wrong. Just go back and read his tweets in March about Florida.

    Let’s leave that aside for the moment and focus on one interesting thing he did mix in with his negativity. He said their would be a vaccine ready to apply to at risk populations this Fall.

    Normally, I would ignore this from him except for the fact he sits on Pfizer’s board and it’s Pfizer who predicts they’ll have a vaccine ready for emergency use in September.

    Of course, if the FDA allowed for “challenge trials” there’s a good chance we could have a vaccine approved by July. I recognize the concerns about speed, but we’re living in an extraordinary time. The longer the economy remains in a coma, the better the odds of a depression that lasts years.

  63. lisab says:

    Maybe he doesn’t know I never lost a bet here.

    well … there was that time you had to go to dinner with robbie …

    i would say that is losing a bet

  64. Bitterlaw says:

    I guess when your personal life is a train wreck of divorce, broken relationships and illegitimate children like Wes lives, it is understandable to criticize people with stable, living families for where they live. Of course, Wes could not afford to live in my town. I don’t we have any welder massage therapists here.

  65. Bitterlaw says:


  66. SanDiegoCitizen says:

    Swedish deaths/new cases for last week compared with the previous three weeks:

    1.) Week of April 6-12: Average Daily Death: 71
    2.) Week of April 13-19: Average Daily Deaths 92:
    3.) Week of April 20-26 Average Daily Deaths 93
    4.) Week of April 27 – May 3 Average Daily Deaths 69

    1.) Week of April 6-12: Average Daily New Cases: 453
    2.) Week of April 13-19: Average Daily New Cases: 557
    3.) Week of April 20-26 Average Daily New Cases: 608
    4.) Week of April 27 – May 3 Average Daily New Cases 525

    The latest attack on the Swedish approach in the Guardian newspaper was that “it played into the hands of the nationalists.”

  67. Robbie says:

    Another 8,300 cases or so from NY/NJ and 10,000 if you throw in Massachusetts. The extent to which the northeast has defined this outbreak can’t be stressed enough and that’s precisely why the press doesn’t do it.

  68. SanDiegoCitizen says:

    National GE:
    Biden 49% (+6)
    Trump 43%


    This was an internet poll of U.S adult residents. They described their political views as:

    Very liberal 16%
    Somewhat liberal 18%
    Moderate 27%
    Somewhat conservative 17%
    Conservative 17%
    Not Sure 5%

    A Gallup poll released on January 9, 2020 found that 24% of adults described themselves as liberal.

  69. Tina says:


    The Associated Press
    BREAKING: A new U.S. intelligence analysis obtained by the AP says Chinese leaders “intentionally concealed the severity” of the coronavirus pandemic in order to stock up on critical medical supplies needed to fight it.

  70. Tgca says:


    BS! Not from England.

    I know that dude from the photo! It’s David Hogg from Florida. Now we know where he’s been hanging out since we rarely hear from him anymore.

    I’m not a fan of his but he may have a case for the brutality due to justifiable VDS- vegan derange syndrome – vegans who go ape chit on other non-vegans. Dunno. I’m no lawya but it could be a workable defense me thinks.

  71. PresidentPaul! says:

    (Sitting on cash for years to buy cheap)

    Buffett’s Chance for a Blockbuster Deal Faded When Fed Stepped In

    “There was a period right before the Fed acted, we were starting to get calls,” Buffett said at Saturday’s meeting. “They weren’t attractive calls, but we were getting calls. And the companies we were getting calls from, after the Fed acted, a number of them were able to get money in the public market frankly at terms we wouldn’t have given.”

  72. Phil says:

    Hit the ball pretty well with the new hybrid irons today. I think they are really going to make a difference. Unfortunately I three putted four greens today. I didn’t make anything all day. Still, it was good to get out. Shot an 87. I’ve only gotten to play four times in the last three months. My daughter-in-law is here for the next week and is helping take care of my wife. She has encouraged me to go out and play during the next four or five days while she is here. Weather is going to cooperate it seems.

    BTW, Grabbed a beer and a burger in the club dining room after our round. Good to see that open back up. Every other table but other than that back to normal.

  73. Phil says:

    Oh, and I see the lates is that China just had two cases and zero deaths… their country of 1.4 billion….in the country which started this whole thing. Just shows that after watching the daily juicing of numbers by the NY, NJ, Michigan, Pennsylvania, Connecticut, Massachusetts, Illinois United Blue Sates of Coronavirus, the numbers can be even more ridiculously manipulated the other way by the Chinese.

  74. Bitterlaw says:

    Phil – You are still being a smug douche. However, I am glad you were able to get out. It is good to have help with your wife.

  75. PresidentPaul! says:

    Another retarded message from GWB and the Bush Center

    It’s almost like listening to messages from Osama Bin Laden probably worse!

  76. Robbie says:

    Andy Beshear announced tonight that life in Kentucky won’t return to normal until there’s a vaccine. he also said he might consider enforcement action against those protesting his draconian orders.

  77. PresidentPaul! says:

    We have radical judges on the court like Alito, Thomas, Gingsburg, Roberts who will oppose the first amendment.

    They have already held up the war on terror as constitutional many times so enforcing stay at home order won’t surprise me either.

  78. jason says:

    The War on Terror IS constitutional.

  79. jason says:

    KY has 251 cases and 5 deaths today.

  80. Robbie says:

    jason says:
    May 3, 2020 at 7:38 pm
    KY has 251 cases and 5 deaths today.

    – The 251 cases was a combination of yesterday and today. They didn’t release any data yesterday. Beshear is already suggesting schools might not be able to open in late August. He’s on a wild power trip, but the press is just eating it up here.

  81. Bitterlaw says:

    Bunu thinks everything except gold and Ron Paul is unconstitutional.

  82. SanDiegoCitizen says:

    Governor Polis of Colorado is committing Democratic sacrilege and moving forward to reopen Colorado. The left is outraged. From MNBC:

    “Across the country, it’s largely Republican governors who are moving expeditiously to ease coronavirus stay-at-home orders and reopen swaths of their states’ economies. Critics warn they’re moving too fast. But in Colorado, it’s a progressive Democratic governor who’s accelerating the reopening process.”

    Perhaps Polis is watching California, and releases if he does not reopen his state, those who reside there will.

  83. Bitterlaw says:


  84. VictrC says:


    Where did you play? I played in Houston two years ago. Each year San Antonio and Houston play a “ryder cup” style event that alternates cities and I qualified for it. We played at some place south of the stadium that used to be a dump? CAn’t remember the name but it was nice.

    I played yesterday and it was great to get back out. All Texas state tournaments and qualifiers, as well as San Antonio City stuff has been cancelled. Its been a sad and horrible spring!!!

  85. Phil says:

    Beshear is pretty big for his britches for a guy who won an election by 5,000 votes.

  86. jason says:

    The “big hitters” NY, NJ, MA don’t seem to have under reported cases or deaths today, closed out at 27k cases, and 1150 deaths.

    That is 12000 cases and 1550 deaths below the peak.

    Let’s if we get a big spike on Tuesday. Since the “big three” did not under report, might not happen.

    Alaska is 2 times the size of Texas and has 9 deaths. Hard to justify any restrictions beyond maybe no large gatherings.

  87. Country Dick Montana says:

    Rolling 7 Day Average Deaths

    4/20 – 2137
    4/21 – 2174
    4/22 – 2154
    4/23 – 2178
    4/24 – 2095
    4/25 – 2124
    4/26 – 2066
    4/27 – 1987
    4/28 – 1959
    4/29 – 1966
    4/30 – 1946
    5/01 – 1938
    5/02 – 1884
    5/03 – 1884

    About the same amount of deaths today as last Sunday. I expect to see some wild swings through Wednesday, as they catch up from sleeping over the weekend. Remember that Monday averages about 27% more than Sunday and Tuesday averages about 58% more than Monday. Last week was 20% on Monday and 79% on Tuesday.

  88. Phil says:


    I live in a rural golf community here om the outskirts of Huntsville – Elkins Lake north of Houston. 27 holes. Everyone is a member by virtue of living out here. Dues $180 a month to play all the golf you want. Since most of us have our own carts it’s nothing to jump in the cart and go play. Before my wife got ill I’d play 4-5 days a week. Would tee off around 6 in the evening and get in 12-14 holes. Virtually had the course all to myself playing that late. Usually would play two balls.

  89. Ron N says:

    Some of these Democrats Gov. better be careful before they put some of these states in to play that nobody are thinking about with these state at home orders.

  90. VictrC says:


    JEALOUS!! i used to play six days a week, half of them 36 holes or at least a hot 9…then kids. I still try to play enough to stay competitive, but it gets harder each year.

    I do hope your wife gets better. I don’t recall what is wrong, so forgive me for that, but again, I only hope for the best for her.

  91. Wes says:

    Basically Bunu thinks anything Ron Paul doesn’t like is unconstitutional.

  92. Wes says:

    Bitterlaw says:
    May 3, 2020 at 5:25 pm

    When vegans attack.

    Vegans—like all other vegetarians—are pure evil.

  93. PresidentPaul! says:

    Leftists Fume As Michael Moore Turns On Fraudulent “Green” Movement In Latest Movie
    This film is the wake-up call to the reality we are afraid to face: the mainstream environmental movement is pushing lies in the form of various techno-fixes and band-aids – all of which are reliant and use large quantities of fossil fuels and rare earth minerals. Have environmentalists fallen for a “green” illusion? More than any other documentary to date, this film exposes the wholesale fraud behind subsidized industries like biomass fuels, wind turbines, and even not-so ‘green’ electric car…
    …and that is why Moore’s typical leftist cult following has turned on him so aggressively – facts don’t fit their narratives and cognitive dissonance is not a safe space.

  94. Phil says:

    The new numbers are in from China. New cases jumped from the 2 yesterday all the way to 3 today. Again, no deaths….for the 10th out of the last 11 days.

    These numbers, as always, are brought to you as a courtesy from the Chinese Communist Party.

  95. SanDiegoCitizen says:

    “Some business owners in South Orange County say enough is enough and reopened despite California’s Stay-at-Home order.
    The owner of Nomads Canteen in San Clemente said he reached out to city and county officials to let them know he was going to reopen and that no one stopped him.
    Nomads was full to capacity not long after the doors opened Sunday.
    “I’m emotional,” Jeff Gourey, the restaurant’s owner, said. “It’s a bigger fight than for my restaurant. It’s for my people.”
    Fighting back tears, Gourey said he has 25 employees who rely on his payroll. His restaurant had been serving take-out only since mid-March, but that was bringing in just 10% of usual business.
    Said Gourey, “How long do we hide from it, regardless? We can’t stop working. We can’t stop living.”
    With the sun shining on the Nomads deck Sunday, customers said they are tired of being stuck at home.”

    In Sacramento – King Newsom asked: “Is this a revolt.” Response: “No, you twit, It is a revolution.”

  96. SanDiegoCitizen says:

    110. Everyone should watch Michael Moore’s latest film: “Planet of the Humans” It is free to watch on YouTube. The film exposes the huckersterism of the renewable energy racket. Moore takes down a shady bunch of self-righteous buffoons. No wonder Josh Fox and “climate experts” are demanding the film be suppressed; calling it dangerous. The Nation said Moore was the “new flack” for the oil and gas industry.

    I disagree with some of the allegations, and many of the conclusions, the film makes. However, it does an outstanding job of exposing the total hypocracy of the current renewable
    energy hucksters.

    Was surprised there was no mention of the latest solar boondoggle, the Crescent Dunes solar plant in Tonopah, Nevada. A one billion dollar green sham that was permanently closed shortly after its completion; leaving the federal government to pay a 737 million dollar loan guarantee.

  97. jason says:

    I can’t stomach Michael Moore or his movies so I will take your word for it.

    But my take is that Moore is really saying since green energy doesn’t work the only solution is to go back to the stone age.

    Walt might survive it again. We won’t.

  98. jason says:

    I am sure Moore did not question the alarmist climate change data that is driving all of this.

  99. jason says:

    Unless they are taking lessons from the Chinese on creative reporting, Iran, which was one of the hotspots, has made some real progress.

    At about 1000 cases a day, down from 3200.

    At 13000 active cases, down from 33000.

  100. Phil says:

    Supposed to get to 91 degrees in my neck of the woods today. I guess we will see by the end of the month if the heat has an effect on the virus.

  101. jason says:

    The new MSM meme is that the protesters against the lockdowns are “white supremacists”.

  102. jason says:

    “April is typically a busy month for white supremacists. There is Adolf Hitler’s birthday, which they contort into a celebration. There is the anniversary of the Oklahoma City bombing, the domestic attack 25 years ago that killed 168 people and still serves as a rallying call for new extremist recruits.”

  103. Phil says:

    The MSM tops itself every single day.

  104. jason says:

    Great numbers for Spain.

    1179 cases, down from a peak of 8271
    164 deaths, down from a peak of 961

  105. Tina says:

    According to Scott Quackslop (former FDA head), we have not flattened the curve adequAtely. He said this on CBS yesterday.

    The fraud should tell us if there is a Plan B.

    Why continue with failure, if he is correct?

  106. Tina says:


    Catherine Herridge
    #COVID19 DHS intel report
    “We assess the Chinese Government intentionally concealed the severity of COVID-19 from the international community in early January while it stockpiled medical supplies by both increasing imports and decreasing exports.” First reported AP

  107. jason says:

    Gotta “sustain” those numbers!

    NOTE: “The Connecticut Department of Public Health is transitioning to a new process to make the daily collection of data more sustainable.

  108. jason says:

    I actually don’t blame the Chinese for stockpiling medical supplies, any country would have done the same.

    Intentionally concealing the magnitude/seriousness of the situation is what was criminal.

  109. Tina says:

    I hope it’s sealed. I warned about this.

    Donald J. Trump
    Mexico is sadly experiencing very big CoronaVirus problems, and now California, get this, doesn’t want people coming over the Southern Border. A Classic! They are sooo lucky that I am their President. Border is very tight and the Wall is rapidly being built!

  110. Tina says:

    Funny thing on these intelligence reports:

    The Russian Hoaxers will attack this intelligence as being unreliable, politicized, etc.

    But the Muh Russian Hoax is true to them.

  111. jason says:

    According to Scott Quackslop (former FDA head), we have not flattened the curve adequAtely”

    That is really an unfortunate name for someone in the medical profession.

    But what is “adequate” exactly. The curve has certainly flattened.

    Even if the number of cases is still high, we are talking of 27k new cases yesterday out of 1.2 million cases (2.2% increase). On April 10th we had 35k new cases out of 500k cases (7% increase)

  112. Phil says:

    Lockdown so we can flatten the curve.

    What a lie.

    We’ve flattened the curve. Hell, we smashed it. We obliterated it. Our hospitals have plenty of space – even in NYC. Now thanks to no elective surgeries we have hospital personnel furloughed by the thousands.

    Yeah, but now the lockdown needs to continue because, well, the virus might come back next fall or the numbers could creep up.

    They have moved the goalposts. Except they really haven’t. Fauci and company always intended to shut everyone’s livelihood down until a vaccine was found – in other words for month after month after month.

    Bend the curve my ass.