Youngkin Within 2% Of McAuliffe in VA

    We have another poll this election cycle that shows a tight contest in the race for Governor in Virginia. This one comes from The Trafalgar Group.

    GOVERNOR – VIRGINIA (Trafalgar)
    Terry McAuliffe (D) 47%
    Glenn Youngkin (R) 45%

    This poll was done July 8-10 among 1104 registered voters. As part of the DC market, we manage to see quite a number of election ads for Virginia election races and I have to say, Youngkin has been all over it with mostly positive ads where I am sure he is trying to define himself before the Democrats can. His biggest challenge may be distancing himself far enough away from Trump….

    Posted by Dave at 10:52 pm
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    131 Responses to “Youngkin Within 2% Of McAuliffe in VA”

    1. jason says:

      Llamas rule!

    2. jason says:

      Babylon Bee:

      “New York Times Relocates Offices To Beijing So Reporters Won’t Have To See So Many ‘Disturbing’ American Flags

    3. Phil says:

      The Babylon Bee rules.

    4. jason says:

      Why would he distance himself from Trump?

      He won’t win with just the vote of woke suburban country club Rs and he isn’t going to get the Never Trumper vote anyway, these people aren’t coming back.

      What he needs is a massive turnout by a coalition of deplorables and blue collar voters tired of high gas prices, high food prices, CRT, and woke BS.

      For that, he needs Trump’s help. VA might be blue, but Trump got 44% and Jorgensen 1.5% so Youngkin in a non-presidential year doesn’t need a massive shift to win. But he does need to keep Trump’s base, which he won’t do if takes Dave’s advice “to distance himself”.

    5. CG says:

      Trump endorsed Youngkin last week, which is a major blow to his campaign.

    6. jason says:

      Youngkin will start with a 45% base of support if he runs close to Trump. He doesn’t have to run full MAGA, but he needs to contrast Trump’s record against Biden’s.

      Then he needs another 5% of people that are disillusioned with Biden, with enough local content to sway people who aren’t vested in national politics.

      If he does that he has at least a 40% of winning.

    7. CG says:

      You wouldn’t vote for him.

    8. jason says:

      Fortunately, Youngkin is not going to listen to Dave or to a Biden Troll who probably already sent McCauliffe a check.

      So far Youngkin has shown good political instincts.

      He has run on election integrity and has not acknowledged Biden’s “win”.

      That will help him with the Trump base and will irritate the MSM and the Never Trumpers.


    9. CG says:

      Youngkin has said Biden was legitimately elected President, which for better or worse for the country, is an obvious fact.

    10. Phil says:

      No it isn’t.

    11. CG says:

      Out of anybody who has posted on this thread so far, I am the only one who might vote for Youngkin if I lived in Virginia.

      I would like to vote for him, certainly against McAuliffe, but he would have to stay the heck away from Trump. It will be an uphill battle to win.

      The other people who have posted here thus far, from the depths of the Trump cult, are quitters, cowards, and pansies.

    12. Phil says:


    13. jason says:

      The Biden Troll, on record as saying “a far leftist would be better than Trump” thinks anyone here would believe anything he said.

      The Biden Troll has as much credibility here as Roadkill Maggot.

      “but he would have to stay the heck away from Trump.”

      Yeah right, the 5% of Rs that don’t support Trump still think they are in control, not that the Biden Troll is a R.

    14. jason says:

      Hey Biden Troll, f–k off, why don’t you go back to whatever far left cesspool you hang out now and commiserate with your fellow moonbats about how terrible it is people are protesting in Cuba.

    15. CG says:

      Trump lost Virginia by over 10 points. He has never gotten more than 44% there.

      Only a complete moron could believe that Youngkin can win statewide in Virginia without the votes of some people who opposed Trump.

    16. Tgca says:


      I would never use electroshock therapy to convert folks to be gay…but it’s a possibility to utilizing in converting folks to a tasty and nutritious tofu diet.

    17. Phil says:

      You’re being a little rough on the troll tonight, Jason. After all, he’s a conservative. He said so. Lol

    18. jason says:

      The Biden Troll must be a moron if he thinks Youngkin can win a statewide election in VA without the 44% that voted for Trump.

      But I think Youngkin knows for every Biden Troll that says he “would vote for him if he opposed Trump” there are like a 100 real voters that will vote for him if he runs on Trump’s record against Biden’s.

    19. NYCmike says:

      “Lifelong, stalwart, rock-ribbed conservative Republican” bad-mouthing the VA Republican candidate for Governor because he wants……..wait for it……votes from both the many Trump supporters AND the BIG-GOVERNMENT-INCLINED residents of the state of Virginia!

    20. jason says:

      The Biden Troll, who voted for Biden’s agenda, actually pretends he would support someone who opposes Biden’s agenda.

      Give the troll the Chutzpah of the Day Award.

    21. NYCmike says:

      Also, not one mention by “CG” of Biden’s policies versus those that were in place under his predecessor……..he must support the current ones……

    22. SanDiegoCitizen says:

      Nate Silver gives Trafalgar polling an A-, so it looks like a competitive race in Virginia for the Republicans. Am not seeing why Republicans cannot unite behind Youngkin, regardless how they feel about Trump

    23. jason says:

      Only a complete moron could believe that Youngkin can win statewide in Virginia without the votes of some people who opposed Trump.”

      I am glad the Biden Troll would never call me a moron.

      “Youngkin will start with a 45% base of support if he runs close to Trump. He doesn’t have to run full MAGA, but he needs to contrast Trump’s record against Biden’s.

      Then he needs another 5% of people that are disillusioned with Biden, with enough local content to sway people who aren’t vested in national politics. “

    24. jason says:

      Am not seeing why Republicans cannot unite behind Youngkin, regardless how they feel about Trump”

      Well there ARE the fake Republicans…so Youngkin will have to win without the trolls.

      “I would like to vote for him, certainly against McAuliffe, but he would have to stay the heck away from Trump.”

    25. NYCmike says:

      “Am not seeing why Republicans cannot unite behind Youngkin, regardless how they feel about Trump”

      -“CG” has a hate-filled heart, there is no other reason.

      Supposedly, he is in bad health, so I wish him well, but a hate-filled heart will never do the physical body and mind any good.

    26. NYCmike says:

      If I am wrong about your bad health, which I hope I am, feel free to correct me.

      I remember you said something about ill health when 401k’s and other retirement accounts came up several years ago.

      Again, if that memory is bad, I stand corrected.

    27. SanDiegoCitizen says:

      I have not expressed an opinion on the extent of voter fraud in the 2020 election; waiting until after the audits were completed. These Rasmussen twitter comments do raise a potential red flags:

      @Rasmussen_Poll 4h Good Evening. ICYMI – “Let me say again…there were no multiple scanned ballots. There was a hand tally that proved that statewide.” – COO/CFO for @GASecofState

      @Rasmussen_Poll 2020 Election Integrity: Georgia – Fabricated Records – From The @ElectionWiz
      @ElectionWiz The falsified tally sheets from Fulton County were created during Georgia’s so-called “audit” in mid-November of 2020. Think about that. During the statewide audit, someone was cooking the books in Fulton County. 4:05 PM · Jul 14, 2021·

      @Rasmussen_Poll 2h 2020 Election Integrity: Arizona – Senate Forensic Audit – AZ Senate Hearing – Tomorrow Morning, July 15th – 10AM PT Our sources indicate this will be BIG. The event will be livestreamed here –

    28. jason says:

      …..he must support the current ones……”

      I doubt there is ONE Biden policy the Biden Troll does not support.

      So far 100% of the posts have been some kind of attack on Trump.

      But there is a certain consistency about that. For 4 years the Biden Troll was still making everything about Jeb, so it would make sense the next 4 years are going to be about Trump.

    29. jason says:

      Biden appoints Flake as Ambassador to Turkey.

      I can’t think of something clever, anybody else wanna give it a shot?

    30. SanDiegoCitizen says:

      26. I am not particularly a fan of Kevin Faulconer, in fact we have been on the opposite side of issues in San Diego. That will not prevent me from voting to recall Newsom and voting for Faulconer as his successor. One of Trump’s weaknesses is he can be petty at times, and not build alliances.

    31. Wes says:

      I hope no Turks accost Flake in an elevator and scare him out of the country.

    32. SanDiegoCitizen says:

      30. Erdogen is a loon, and will totally ignore Flake. Plus Erdogen actually got along with Trump, and is not going to respect Flake — who has no credentials justifying his appointment. The appointment makes no sense. It could be a sensitive position, so it should have been a career diplomat. Perhaps Flake will hang the Hunter Biden painting he just purchased in American embassy in Turkey. Am sure there will be an experienced diplomat at the embassy handing things, and Flake will be limited to the vital role of being a ribbon cutter.

    33. lisab says:

      I do not believe that either Nancy Pelosi or Bitterlaw will hold seats in the next Congress. cg

      that is different from not running

      he may not win, but were i a gambler, i would bet you a dollar he runs

      it is a vanity run, so he will do it

    34. lisab says:

      If lisab merely disagreed with me, as she did for more than a decade,

      i am SURE i disagree with you politically, but that would just mean i would vote against you

      that is NOT at all my point.

      i am saying you are BOTH UNQUALIFIED and UNFIT to be a congressman, it has nothing to do with your political views.

      for example, i would consider caroline hoxby unqualified also, although i would probably agree with many of her views on education … she just has no background that suggests she would make a good congresswoman

    35. Tgca says:

      Thwee thix I thay!

    36. Tgca says:

      Thwee theven I thay!

    37. Tgca says:

      Idiot SoS Blinken invites UN to come to US to investigate racism. I’m sure UN Human Rights council members like China, Russia, and Pakistan will help America understand its history of systemic racism.

      “Responsible nations must not shrink from scrutiny of their human rights record. Rather, they should be transparent with the intent to grow and do better. That is why I’m announcing a formal invitation for @UN Special Rapporteur on contemporary forms of racism to visit the U.S.” Blinken tweeted out Tuesday night.

    38. Tgca says:

      Crazy a$$ bish activist author says her work has added one hour of extra life to black people.

      One hour! Wow!

      Of course she provides no statistics or evidence of this.

      In an interview with left-wing publication The New Yorker, DiAngelo was asked what the point of her lucrative activist lifestyle is, considering that she believes White people are always going to be racist against non-white groups. She responded, “Less harm, to put it bluntly. I am confident that as a result of my years in this work, I do less harm across race, and that is not actually a small thing. That could translate to one hour longer on somebody’s life, because the chronic stress of racism, for Black people and other people of color—literally, it shortens their lives. I would definitely like to do less harm.”

    39. Bitterlaw says:

      As I said, lisab is relentless. Why would I wish anything good for her?

    40. Tgca says:


      Because she is nice and sweet person who helps people in need.

      …and you’re a lawyer.

      Need I say more?

    41. Phil says:

      So the Biden SOS invites the UN in to the US to investigate our racism?

      This administration is absolutely outrageous.

    42. Phil says:

      BLM releases statement on Cuba.

      It’s exactly what you would expect from a Marxist organization.


    43. Phil says:


      70% want mail in ballots received by Election Day.

      76% want Voter ID

      By 57-20 want ballot harvesting banned.

      All three supported by ALL demographics.

      The For the People Act does the exact opposite of the above on all three.

      I guess in Joe Biden’s world the above numbers indicate super majorities of Americans are Jim Crow.

    44. Phil says:

      Biden Administration warns Cubans fleeing Communists in Cuba they will not be accepted in the US. Looks like Biden has finally found a a group he won’t let in.


    45. Phil says:

      Well, folks. That about does it for today’s profile of the new America.

      Pushback from our Republican guardians of the Republic? You guessed it. Crickets. Thune, Toomey, McConnell, Cornyn, Burr, Lindsey, and the rest of the merry band of “conservative” Republicans” in the Senate can’t be bothered to utter a single word to even acknowledge any of what’s happening.

      Vote Republican. They have your backs. Lol

    46. Bitterlaw says:

      Because she is nice and sweet person who helps people in need.

      Objection. Facts not in evidence.

      lisab is nice and sweet? For only the 33rd time in 17 years at HHR I will post:


    47. Phil says:

      I’ve gotten along with Lisa in spite of her utopian socialism nonsense, but “nice and sweet”? Nope.

    48. Wes says:

      LisaB is nice and sweet the same way this woman was nice and sweet:

      I’m sorry, Tg. I guffawed and sent orange juice spraying when I saw that statement by you.

    49. Wes says:

      I’d think No Brooks would have better fundraising numbers:

      Those aren’t bad numbers, but as a high-profile Congressman with universal name ID after his previous run, I’d imagine Brooks would have a stronger quarter, especially since Katie Britt–his chief rival–has raised substantially more money.

    50. Wes says:

      Mo* Brooks.

    51. Cash Cow TM says:


      BALTIMORE: 41% high school students below 1.0 GPA…

      what are the solutions?

      1. reduce the grading scale

      2. dummy down the curriculum even further

      3. declare grading scales, academic requirements, and required school attendance to be racist

      4. hire another 100 people (including another couple more assistant county superintendents) at the central office to study and work on this

      5. ____?____

    52. Wes says:

      Things are heating up in Alabama:

      I understand Trump backs Brooks because Brooks is his most vocal supporter, but I don’t know if the endorsement will actually sway too many votes. Trump previously endorsed Luther Strange and Roy Moore in the runoff and 2017 special respectively. Each lost.

      This time, Brooks has decent fundraising numbers while Britt is raising gobs of money, largely because of the backing of the Shelby network in the state. She has no record Brooks can clearly attack. He’s tried to paint her as a lobbyist, but that hasn’t stuck.

      Ultimately the primary will go to a runoff because of the sheer number of candidates, but I’m not sure Brooks would be well positioned there. Although a right-leaning district, Brooks’ seat is the seat least representative of the state as a whole. Brooks himself has statewide losses on his record, indicating he may not be fully palatable to Yellowhammer voters. Britt also has youth on her side while Brooks would be 69 on 1-3-23 if elected.

      All things considered, if I had to guess, Trump will have a minimal effect on the outcome. I’m willing to say Brooks finishes slightly ahead of Britt in the primary and loses to her in the runoff.

      Just to clarify, the result I expect will be because of Brooks himself. Trump gives him mileage by an endorsement, but 2017 proved the Republican receiving Trump’s endorsement in the state must be palatable to large swathes of the electorate to succeed. Mo Brooks doesn’t appear to have that. It’s not clear Britt does either, but her fundraising prowess–virtually all generated from in-state–strongly hints she does.

    53. jason says:

      Trump was right to endorse Strange. Not sure what he has against Britt, seems like a better candidate than a moron like Brooks.

    54. jason says:

      For years now I have been saying that the Never Trumpers like Bill Kristol and the Lincoln Project idiots were really not about Trump. I said the same about Amoral Scumbag and the Biden Troll.

      Trump is gone but these people are still not only attacking other Rs, they are actually embracing the far left agenda of the Biden Administration.

      And that is perhaps why some of us were wrong when we argued with the Biden Troll and Amoral Scumbag and could couldn’t figure out why the short term goal of getting rid of Trump was more important that risking a lifetime of socialism. Now we know. They never really feared this agenda, so much so that they are now embracing it.

      “But Trump is gone now, and his opponents can claim a large measure of vindication in the ignominious end of his term. Yet the Never Trumpers seem by degrees to have become Never Republicans. Bill and several of his colleagues at The Bulwark seem to have decided that throwing Trump over the side, and Trump-friendly Republicans with him, isn’t enough: they now seem to be throwing aside conservatism itself, suddenly attacking conservative views on climate change, health care, and many other issues. Is it now Never Conservative?

      Bill has long liked to troll people in sophisticated ways, especially with wry tweets that you have to process for a moment or two. And beyond that, he’s been lately telling people he now associates himself with Hayek’s famous essay, “Why I Am Not a Conservative,” and I wonder if this is a clever troll, too, because he seems to be making the same mistake simple-minded libertarians do who cite this title (and Bill is not simple-minded). If you read the actual essay, Hayek essentially says “If I was an American, I’d be a conservative, because American conservatism—as opposed to European conservatism that was the real target of the essay—seeks to conserve a tradition of liberty.”

      So here is a mystery. Is Bill still a conservative? Republicans may be pathetic in many ways, but does he really think today’s Democratic Party is a better guardian of the American tradition of liberty? It boggles the mind to suppose so.

      I’d gladly settle for Bill to offer serious new version of where Hayek settled, namely, a Whig account of our political order, though that seems unpromising. Meanwhile, I doubt he’s gaining many new friends on the left while losing so many old friends on the right.”

    55. jason says:

      “Randi Weingarten
      Disgusting. Millions of Floridians are going to die for Ron DeSantis’ ignorance and he’s choosing to profit from it. He doesn’t care about Floridians; he cares about furthering his own cruel agenda.”

      Florida’s COVID death count to date stands at 38k.

      Scary that millions are still going to die of it in FL.

    56. jason says:

      MLB All-Star Game bombs in ratings again.”

      So who won, Bitter?

    57. jason says:

      lisab is nice and sweet? ”

      Walt used to call her his honeypot or honey dumpling or something like that.

    58. Wes says:

      I agree Trump was right to back Strange, Jason, but Strange had hurt himself by accepting an appointment from Bentley. Had Strange declined the appointment, then Roy Moore wouldn’t have had his strongest line of attack in the runoff–that Bentley was using Strange as a useful idiot to avoid conviction–and probably would have won. There would never have been a Senator Jones then.

      Moore had only a niche group of support in the primary as evidenced by his previous lopsided losses in gubernatorial primaries. He had to have a way to make Strange at least temporarily more unlikable than himself, and Strange and Bentley gave him just that.

      Thankfully Tuberville had no such baggage in 2020 while Moore was absolutely toxic after 2017. Thus, Tuberville advanced to the runoff and won both it and the general election comfortably while Alabama Republicans kept Roy Moore away from the teens.

    59. Wes says:

      Walt used to call LisaB “Sugarplum.”

    60. jason says:

      Ah yes sugarplum.

    61. Phil says:

      Millions are going to die in Florida.

      Millions I say!

    62. Wes says:

      Brooks is burning through half his money. I have no clue what he’s spending it on. The primary is a year away. Some of the money raised has to go into early organization, hiring of staffers, retaining consultants, and such. Even so, burning through half the amount raised this early seems pointless.

      Britt has raised much more money and has a much lower burn rate. She certainly seems like the better candidate from a resource point of view. It will be incredibly ironic if Brooks fails to make the runoff because he’s blown through too much money too early while Britt more skillfully deploys her resources and advances.

    63. Phil says:

      One thing Trump was absolutely lousy at was the people he let surround him. Just dreadful.

      What in God’s name was he doing allowing this leftist tool Milley hang around as the chairman of the joint chief of staff? I mean, why would you let a snake like that anywhere near you? Same with his last Secretary of Defense. People who hated his guts and back stabbed him at every opportunity. Never made any sense to me. Call it a death wish.

    64. Phil says:

      I really like what I see from Britt so far.

    65. Cash Cow TM says:

      Ga 2020 election oddities…

    66. Phil says:

      So Flake to be the new ambassador to Turkey? Good, get his sorry ass out of the country. Will he be flying back and forth from Ankara to Casper to campaign for Liz Cheney?

    67. Wes says:

      Better yet, Phil, will Flake get scared if someone corners him in an elevator?

      Hell, Max Baucus had more credentials for his overtly political appointment as Ambassador to China than Jeff Flake has for Ambassador to Turkey.

    68. Phil says:

      No doubt, Wes. His credentials? He hated Trump. That seems to be the only credential anyone in Washington needs anymore to advance in power.

    69. Bitterlaw says:

      One thing Trump was absolutely lousy at was the people he let surround him. Just dreadful.

      Free Pass Alert. Poor Trump. He did not choose anybody. He just let them wander in off the street and surround him.

    70. Phil says:

      Just exactly who is giving Trump a free pass, bitter? I mentioned his Secretary of Defense whom he selected. Quit being a dick.

    71. NYCmike says:

      Phil says Trump was lousy at surrounding himself with loyal, competent individuals.

      Bitterlaw says that is giving him a free pass.

      Bitterlaw and Justice Roberts must have had similar teachers, who would throw out accepted definitions for certain words and phrases.

    72. NYCmike says:

      -Looks like they will use “high testosterone levels” to change the narrative about transgenders and female sports activity.

    73. Bitterlaw says:

      the people he LET surround him (emphasis added)

      Words have meaning. “Let” makes Trump seem passive. He chose the people around him.

    74. Bitterlaw says:

      Quit being a dick.

      Can an A-hole get points for “dick?” I don’t really want them.

    75. Phil says:

      Quit digging, bitter.

    76. Gordon Allen says:

      The nominations for a position on the Joint Chiefs come from recommendations from the SecDef. Trump indeed made terrible choices for Secret.
      I also don’t understand the preference for Army/ Marine Corps Chairman.
      I think the last Air Force Chairman from the Air Force was in the early 2000’s. Everybody knows a future war,apart from the vital nuclear deterrent,will be an Air/Naval/ Cyber/ Space based one. The days of the Battle of the Bulge are for history books.On that ground one I was mystified by the Miley nomination.
      As by FIGHTEN Matthis he of the 100 year Afghan War.

    77. Tgca says:

      So the NFL with play black national anthem at major events now?

      That’s one way to get Bitter out of his lounge chair and put down his Coke as he stands at attention with his hand to his heart.

    78. Phil says:

      Gordon, his choice of SOD was, as I said, lousy, Gordon. I put it right there with Rex Tillerson as SOS.

    79. Tgca says:

      Oh my God!

      Raphael Warnock clip praising Fidel Castro.

      We remember Fidel Castro whose legacy was complex…don’t let anyone tell you a simple story of life…his legacy is complex

    80. Wes says:

      Just like that, Republicans win Warnock’s Senate seat, Tg.

    81. Tgca says:

      The one weakness an outsider has coming into DC is knowing what pool of talent to choose from. That is why you rely on a few trusted aides to sift through to get you the best people for the job who are not only qualified but who you can rely on to be on board with your agenda and support that agenda.

      If folks have their own agenda or cannot be loyal to the cause, no matter how talented, you should seek elsewhere and do not include them on your team.

      That was Trump’s mistake. He did not have that close knit DC insider team to trust and provide him the best resources.

      A perfect example is Dr. Fow-Chee. Pretty much it now appears he was not only incompetent from day one but he had his own agenda and still does as he tries to cover up his unethical and inappropriate behavior that has slowly leaked out.

      Like it or not, Rand Paul called it before anyone else did. Perhaps his medical training allowed him to see through the BS.

      Too bad Trump did not have a few trusted DC insiders to assist early on.

    82. Tgca says:


      Is that a 2022 prediction?

    83. Wes says:

      Of course, Tg. Warnock had a perfect storm to win office and has done nothing but alienate the moderate voters who gave him a narrow win over Loeffler.

      He should start updating his resume.

    84. Wes says:

      In the “Hey, let’s burn money for no reason” category, a Republican planning to challenge Patty Murray has raised $800k.

      Murray is as safe from losing reelection as Michael Myers was from dying after Moustapha Akkad bought the Halloween franchise.

    85. NYCmike says:

      “Like it or not, Rand Paul called it before anyone else did. Perhaps his medical training allowed him to see through the BS.”

      -Senator Paul once said something stupid about Iran, so we can never listen to him again!

    86. Tgca says:

      84. Wes

      Ok. I wasn’t sure if you were making a prediction or not.

      If you’re wrong you need to eat tofu and seaweed for dinner with spiraling juice every night for a week.


    87. Tgca says:


      Spirulina juice.

    88. Wes says:

      Only if you eat a porterhouse accompanied by a glass of Cabernet, Tg.


    89. NYCmike says:

      I should say – Marco Rubio, well done on your statement in regard to Cuba and BLM!

    90. NYCmike says:

      “Only if you eat a porterhouse accompanied by a glass of Cabernet, Tg.”


      Just say YES, and we can figure out how to pass each bite over to my plate! And don’t forget to pass the wine!

    91. Tgca says:


      Sure! I’ll slip the steak under the table for the dog and let my neighbors drink the wine since they seem to drink a lot…and I mean a lot!

    92. Gordon Allen says:

      Warnings ” win” with duplicative votes?? I trust nothing now about the 2020 election.
      I wondered at the time how Georgia which always votes several points to the right of Florida …didn’t. Perhaps Stalin was right when he said it matters not who voted,but rather who counts the vote?
      Heck the guy might have had a point.

    93. Tgca says:

      I can’t wait until the courts get involved to address this once and for all, as I expect it will have to go to SCOTUS due to many varying circuit opinions.

      Different gubbermint and MSM pushing vax in order for people to go shopping, go to work, or to go in any public place outside their home.

      I can’t imagine we will become like Nazi Germany where unvaccinated will be denied access to basic daily services.

      Can you imagine if someone asks you to produce a Covid vax ID before entering a store?

      This can easily be extended to proof for other medical requirements over time as activist judges allow them once that door is open.

      If someone can ask you for proof of a Covid vax ID, could someone ask you for proof that your HIV neg when preparing fresh foods that require using cutlery due to risk of cutting yourself and having blood cone into contact with unheated food?

      What about proof of tests for any diseases that can be transmitted via saliva like flus, hepatitis, and a number of STDs?

      Where does it end?

    94. NYCmike says:

      I don’t need to fly anywhere. I will drive. My wife has said many times, there are plenty of beautiful places to see right here in the 55 contiguous (out of 57) States Of Obama.

    95. Gordon Allen says:

      News from Georgia and Arizona sure look like there was clear fraud there. Those who believe it was confined there are prospects for a Brooklyn Bridge purchase.
      Dem/MSM new ” Russia” “leaks” are peculiarly timed; perhaps they know the_hit is about to hit the fan

    96. jan says:

      I’m concerned about the “awareness” of the average American citizen in following the downward slope the American Dream has undergone the last 6 months. Freedom just to think differently is being squeezed from public discourse. Whether discussions revolve around CRT, vaccinations, election integrity topics, the skepticism surrounding the 2020 election, and much more, social media, MSM, even the military only allows information and commentary that meets the standards of our “woke” cultural elitists.

      How easily we are being indoctrinated here, following the Biden election, sharply contrasts the events concurrently taking place in Cuba – a country desperately trying to untie itself from 60 years of government tyranny- while we seem to be racing towards such tyranny.

      Stupid, stupid people….

    97. Wes says:

      Anna Paulina Luna has raised over $220k in her bid for Congress:

      I wonder if Braddock will try to send his Ukrainian hit men after her next year.

    98. lisab says:

      “No doubt, Wes. His credentials? He hated Trump. That seems to be the only credential anyone in Washington needs anymore to advance in power.”

      that seems to be bitter’s approach

    99. lisab says:

      -Looks like they will use “high testosterone levels” to change the narrative about transgenders and female sports activity.

      that’s a man baby

    100. Bitterlaw says:

      Lisab’s first post tonight is about me. Tgca must be jealous.

      I hate Trump. Trump was a good President. I supported him in 2016 and 2020. The election was stolen. Lisab really can’t handle complex thoughts.

    101. Bitterlaw says:

      Welcome back, Jan. Post more often. Don’t let vicious lisab be the only woman here.

    102. jan says:

      Arizona did a partial reveal today on what they have found (so far) in their ballot audit:

      More than 34,000 security breeches of the machines;
      Security logs were deleted:
      107,000 criminal (fake) ballots;
      More than 70,000 ballots counted that were never mailed out.

      These discrepancies were noted in the absence of routers and passwords withheld by the supervisors, despite being subpoenaed.

      Like all the states being looked into, there has been continuous obstruction to do a thorough audit of the votes cast in the 2020 election, even though ballots and records are to be retained for 22 months after an election. If this was such a “perfect” election, why would there be such vehement resistance to clearing the air of the many charges being made opposing the veracity of the 2020 election?

      IMO, the percentage of those viewing Biden’s presidency as illegitimate will only grow until access to the ballots is achieved, and the legitimacy of this election is either proven or disproven, once and for all.

    103. jan says:

      Thanks for the shout out, Bitter. However, as you probably have noted my remarks are often counter to the beliefs of some here. BTW, has Tina ever returned?

    104. Bitterlaw says:

      Tina never returned.

    105. jan says:

      That’s too bad as I always enjoyed Tina’s perspective.

      Because of the light shone, on what was described as “massive fraud” in the AZ election, a state senator, Wendy Rogers, is calling for the electors to be recalled and a whole new election to be done.

      Similar fraud being exposed in GA. And then there is PA, in which another detailed audit is being called for, with more pushback, to stifle such inquiries by PA state officials as well as Biden himself.

      Ironically, should these 3 states alone prove Biden wasn’t the winner after all, his presidency could be cancelled.

    106. Tgca says:

      Ted Cruz gave an excellent blistering lowdown on the Democrats HR1. He addressed numerous provisions with facts, stats, and examples. He did not hold back on repeatedly tying it to Dems wanting nothing more than to keep power in spite of what voters want.

      This is one of the best tutorials I’ve seen from the Senate in recent times that breaks it down for everyday folks so they don’t have to read a monstrous document with legal jargon.

      I imagine if most Americans understood these basic concepts of the law, they would be against it.

    107. jan says:

      Lots of news today being ignored by the MSM.

      In GA Judge Amero is hearing a separate lawsuit challenging the January 5th senate GA elections, saying there was evidence of fraud in those elections. If Amero agrees to see the evidence, rules that there was fraud, he has the power to nullify those elections and call for new ones. There is precedence, of 3 earlier house elections, for such an event to take place.

    108. Tgca says:

      Bureau Land Management nominee, Tracy Stone-Manning, appears to have lied to the Senate Committee Hearing in written responses that she was not a target of the tree-spiking investigation in 1989 and she claimed that it was just an alleged crime.

      The lead investigator of that case just sent a letter to the Senate Committee outlining the case and her involvement and trashed her big time as a liar, and that she never “volunteered” to come forward and was combative and refusing to cooperate in the investigation and then copped an immunity deal to testify against others in the end, otherwise, they would have sought indictment against her too.

      She was also threatened with arrest at one point for refusing to investigative submitting evidence. The case subsequently went to trial and the guy she testified against got 17 months in prison so it was not an alleged crime either.

      How the f*ck can an eco terrorist who pleaded immunity to avoid being prosecuted get nominated to lead an agency she is essence committed crimes against by violating laws and being involved with terrorists that maim and kill people through their actions?

      This is absolutely incredible!

      The Senate GOP Committee lead now sent her follow-up questions so I suspect they will be making hay of this.

      If Biden does not pull this nomination, then this administration is beyond corrupt.

    109. lisab says:

      How the f*ck can an eco terrorist who pleaded immunity to avoid being prosecuted get nominated to lead an agency she is essence committed crimes against by violating laws and being involved with terrorists that maim and kill people through their actions?


      you should look at it from all sides

    110. NYCmike says:

      “Two can play at the Left’s game.”

      -Not true, Wes.

      Facebook will call her a freedom fighter.

      And they will ban Trump for “inciting insurrection”.

    111. NYCmike says:

      “Marco Rubio
      My office stands ready to help the leaders of the Black Lives Matter organization emigrate to #Cuba”

      -Well said, again, Senator Rubio!

    112. NYCmike says:

      -“CG” will now say that Raffensberger is a Trumper who shouldn’t be listened to…..

      -Proper Response from Bernie Kerik

    113. Wes says:

      Well, not to be pedantic to Rubio–actually very much to be pedantic to him–but it’s emigrate from and immigrate to.

    114. jason says:

      Blame it on his office.

    115. Tgca says:

      Uno uno ocho!

    116. Tgca says:

      Blistering ad by Consummers Research against Woka-cola. The video is devastating mocking satire.

      They mock them for selling poison to obese kids, using China labor, and contributing to diabetes all in the name of rising stock prices.

      They plan billboard and mobile truck ads around Atlanta too.

      Bitter is gonna be so pissed!

      My sources tell me he is thinking of leaving the GOP over this if the GOP does not denounce these ads.

    117. Tgca says:

      Further info on Bureau of Land Management nominee Tracy Stone-Manning, posted in 111 above.

      The convicted felon for the spiking crime that she received immunity for testifying against has also come out to say she was involved with eco terrorist group and events even though she was not in all the details, and that contradicts her responses to the Senate Committee hearing on her nomination.

      Granted, he is a convicted felon and spent 17 months in jail so he may not be the most reliable person but she was also a target for indictment until she copped an immunity deal.

      That is now two sources contradicting her responses to the Senate, both the lead investigator and the defendant prosecuted on the crime. She was originally investigated with him and a group of others for eco terrorist crimes in the late 80s.

      The GOP should make her the poster child for Biden corruption and craziness. Who would nominate an eco terrorist to lead a government agency?

    118. Bitterlaw says:


      More early morning clowning from Tgclown.

    119. jason says:

      Old Fulton Co position: no fraud.

      New Fulton Co position: too incompetent to commit fraud.

      “It’s Fulton failing to follow proper election protocols again,” he said. “Fulton is so poor at managing the actual process that if they had actually tried to rig the election, they would have bungled it, and we would have found out.”

    120. Tgca says:


      If you think eco terrorists should be nominees to lead a federal agency is clowning that further supports your wokeness.

      Shame on you!

      Go have a Coke and recite the black national anthem to start your day.

    121. Tgca says:

      Dr Fow-Chee hardest hit!

      WHO chief says labs leaks are common. COMMON I thay! COMMON!!!

      …urged China to be more transparent in the COVID-19 probe and acknowledged that lab leaks occur, calling it “common.”

      “I was a lab technician myself, I’m an immunologist, and I have worked in the lab, and lab accidents happen,” Tedros said. “It’s common.”

    122. Tgca says:

      BLM blames US for Cuba crisis.

      “Black Lives Matter condemns the U.S. federal government’s inhumane treatment of Cubans, and urges it to immediately lift the economic embargo,” BLM said. “This cruel and inhumane policy, instituted with the explicit intention of destabilizing the country and undermining Cubans’ right to choose their own government, is at the heart of Cuba’s current crisis.”

    123. Tgca says:

      More wokeness from Corporate America as JetBlue allows cross-dressers in uniform.

      “Excuse me sir…uhhh…I mean miss…umm…I mean they, can I get a woke Coke please?”

    124. Tgca says:

      This is one of the most offensive, disgusting and racially provocative photos I’ve ever seen.

      There’s no excuse for this!

    125. jason says:

      Woka-Cola is good…

    126. Wes says:

      That’s appalling, Jason. Those are all white girls. Where’s the ethnic and racial diversity?

    127. Wes says:

      Well, I can see why local Republicans are unimpressed with him despite his accomplishments: