Warnock Leads Walker By Double Digits, Kemp/Abrams Tied in GA

    A new poll from Quinnipiac University shows Trump-endorsed Herschel Walker now trailing the sitting incumbent Democratic US Senator Raphael Warnock by double digits in the state of Georgia.

    US SENATE – GEORGIA (Quinnipiac)
    Raphael Warnock (D-inc) 54%
    Herschel Walker (R) 44%

    I think Republicans are going to look back on this rac ein November as one hell of a wasted opportunity to pick up a US Senate seat, especially if they manage to fall one seat short again of getting a majority. Meanwhile at the gubernatorial level, despite Warnock’s dominating lead in the US Senate race, his fellow Democrat Stacey Abrams can only manage to get into a tie with Republican Brian Kemp.

    GOVERNOR – GEORGIA (Quinnipiac)
    Brian Kemp (R-inc) 48%
    Stacey Abrams (D) 48%

    This poll was done June 23-27 among 1497 registered voters.

    Posted by Dave at 7:49 pm
    Filed under: General | Comments (225)

    225 Responses to “Warnock Leads Walker By Double Digits, Kemp/Abrams Tied in GA”

    1. Wes says:

      Not a big fan of RV polls. Still, Walker was ahead before and is now probably tied. He needs to run as if he really is 10 points down to him up turnout and oust Georgia’s loathsome Senator.

    2. Tgca says:

      Dos Bebe! Dos!

    3. Tgca says:

      Time for the EXPERT of all things, except all things gay to which I defer to LisaB, and all things Hispanic, to which I defer to our resident Liz Cheney Republican EML, a.k.a. The Hispanic Whisperer.

      Here’s the deal! No matter who becomes the GOP nominee in 2024, the MSM, Big Tech, and libs will excoriate and slander as Satan himself.

      They will lie, exaggerate, manipulate, and attack 24/7.

      GWB, was not combative, mean, or petty but the MSM and libs turned him into someone that many despised only 3rd to Hitler and Mussolini.

      With Trump, no explanation needed, as they attacked him on everything 24/7 and openly and actively sought to destroy his presidency.

      The same will be done to DeSantis who is by political nature a combative guy as well that will push the buttons on his opponents. Only he is more articulate than Trump by no less despised. If anyone here thinks a DeSantis presidency is going to be any less combative than a Trump presidency, you’re delusional.

      The MSM, Big Tech, and libs HATE DeSantis! If he is the 2024 nominee or POTUS winner, expect the same chaos in DC as with Trump because the Dems and libs thrive on creating such an environment so they have red meat to toss to their lefty base.

    4. Cash Cow TM says:

      Home again,
      Home again,
      Jiggity jig.

    5. Cash Cow TM says:

      “Here is Trump’s reply to the Hutchinson testimony:

      This Hutchinson girl…

      Is she any relation to the woman who gave graphic testimony about how SCOTUS nominee raped her–and the testimony of the “facts” was nearly identical to that book/movie that someone did some years ago?

      This Hutchinson girl was not even IN THE POTUS LIMO at the time this was SUPPOSED to have happened (or ever?).


      Move to strike her testimony.
      Hearsay at best, manufactured fabrication
      at worst.

    6. Cash Cow TM says:

      “The Court blocked a ruling by Obama-appointed judge Shelley Dick”

      Good news from LA, SCOTUS blocks gerrymander to create “second black district” ”

      I heard the judge was a real..Dick.

    7. Cash Cow TM says:

      On our trip to SC,GA and NC we visited a stone counter top store.

      I saw a marble countertop and took it for granite.

    8. Cash Cow TM says:


      Christine Blasey Ford will be called as a witness by the Jan. 6 commission.

      She says that while in the SUV, just before he lunged at the driver to take the wheel, Trum sexually assaulted her–twice.

      AND, that she now remembers it was TRUMP–not Kavanaugh– who raped her at that party back in 1980.

    9. NYCmike says:

      -Video of Kristan Hawkins, Pro-Life advocate, being interviewed on CNN. I would love it if any host questioned both sides with such gusto, but alas, it only happens to those who lean right.

    10. Cash Cow TM says:

      In my fact finding trip to GA, I did see some political ads on TV for both Walker (R) and Warlock (D).

      They were both good ads.

      I saw one sign for Stacy Abrams (D/Comm) and several signs for Kemp.

      I saw no demonstrations against the SCOTUS decision about throwing out the FEDEERAL protection for abortion.

      I did see a small gay rights parade in Charleston SC. of a variety of freakish folk that attracted zero attention of everyone else.

    11. Tgca says:

      Trump’s gay Surgeon General Adam’s comes out in favor of ABORTION and is frustrated that Roe v. Wade was overturned.

      He says ABORTION is simply the loss of a pregnancy

    12. Cash Cow TM says:

      In WV, Walt was in the legislature in 2015/2016 and voted for a bill that passed that limited abortion to the first 20 weeks of pregnancy.

      But there is some confusion in WV as to what the laws are concerning abortion now, and there is a very old law on the books that bans abortion entirely. Gov. Justice, the WV AG and WV legislative lawyers are researching all parts of code that deal with the abortion issue. gov. Justice says he will call a special session on the issue and they will legislatively get things ironed out.

      PERSONALLY, Walt (who is pro-life) says he does not see how you can have a state abortion law that does not make limited exceptions and allow some abortions for 1. rape, 2. incest 3. life of the mother 4. viability of the fetus.

      Those exemptions to banning abortion seem reasonable to me.

    13. Cash Cow TM says:

      I must say I agree with NYC.

      The TV and radio news reporting on the SCOTUS decision to overturn FEDERAL protection on Roe v. Wade has been disappointing.

      I have not seen/heard ANY reporting that informs the public that STATE laws on abortion were NOT overturned by SCOTUS and abortions–even partial birth abortions in a number of states–are still fully legal to be done.

      In many other pro-life states, there will be some LIMITS on abortion (no abortion after 16 weeks, 20 weeks, 22 weeks or whatever # of weeks–depending on the specific STATE laws.

    14. SanDiegoCitizen says:

      Generic Congressional Ballot:

      Republicans 45% (+5)
      Democrats 40%

      @YouGovAmerica/@The Economist
      776 LV, 6/25–28

    15. SanDiegoCitizen says:

      Despite the now laughingly incompetently run Democratic hearings on Trump’s involvement in the “insurrection”, Trump’s Republican primary polling remains about the same:

      2024 National Republican Primary Poll:

      Trump 51%
      DeSantis 23%
      Pence 8%
      Rubio 2%
      Romney 2%
      Haley 2%
      Cruz 2%
      Cotton 1%
      Cheney 1%
      Christie 1%
      Hawley 0%
      T. Scott 0%
      Hogan 0%
      R. Scott 0%
      Pompeo 0%

      814 RV ~ 6/24-6/26

    16. SanDiegoCitizen says:

      Generic Congressional Ballot:

      Democrats 45% (+7)
      Republicans 38%

      1,239 RV, 6/24-6/27

    17. Sheeple,Jr. says:

      Jack Posobiec
      BREAKING: “Multiple sources including one who was at the WH on Jan 6 tell me Cipollone was not there in the am when Cassidy Hutchinson testified she spoke with him. J6 Cmtes is aware of this discrepancy & are ignoring media inquiries about it. Seems she made up the entire conversation from whole cloth”

      If this is true, Holy Moly!

    18. Sheeple,Jr. says:

      So YouGov was involved in two(2) polls at approximately the same time. One showed the CGB at D+7 and the other at R+5.
      Now tell us that polling is not a racket?!

    19. Sheeple,Jr. says:

      Stay tuned for the last two(2) SCOTUS rulings at 10:00 a.m. They are big ones on Immigration(Remain in Mexico) and Environmental Regulatory Authority.
      I predict that both will go to the conservative block.
      Kavanaugh will author the Immigration decision and CJ Roberts the Environmental one.

    20. jason says:

      That’s a straw man argument, Jason. There’s no evidence any candidate can win a race till he actually enters it. There was no evidence Trump could beat Hillary till it happened.”


      I didn’t support Trump either.

      But I am glad you agree there is zero evidence DeSantis can win a GE.

    21. jason says:

      here’s no evidence any candidate can win a race till he actually enters it”

      This is wrong of course.

      There is evidence Trump can win a GE even before he enters 2024.

    22. jason says:

      2024 National Republican Primary Poll:

      Trump 51%
      DeSantis 23%”

      And just yesterday JeffP moron was here saying he didn’t know ANYONE of his 50 friends who would support Trump over DeSantis.

      He and Bitter must have the same group of “friends”.

      “I don’t know one person who voted for Trump twice that is excited to do it a third time. Everyone one of them (about fifty people) are hoping DeSantis runs for President even if Trump runs. I am sure the majority reading this post are thinking the same thing.”

    23. Hugh says:

      The yahoo poll is probably conducted using parameters set by yahoo. Lots of libs are quoting it including on Fox News. Month over month the other yougov poll moved in the rep favor as has Ras generic poll since the scotus decision

    24. Wobbles says:

      Here in Bogo Pogo, all 50 of my friends believe the story of Trump “lunging for the steering wheel”.

    25. Sheeple,Jr. says:

      In an interview with ABC last night, here is Liz Cheney’s reply to the Secret Service testimony from The Hutch. Hint: Cheney’s credibility is now totally gone.)

      Here’s the Karl-Cheney exchange:

      KARL: Did you seek testimony from Tony Ornato or Robert Engel to corroborate or to refute what she said?

      CHENEY: I don’t want to get into too many details. The committee has spoken to both Mr. Ornato and Mr. Engel, and we welcome additional testimony, under oath, from both of them, and from anybody else in the Secret Service who has information about any of these issues. …

      KARL: Do you expect that that testimony will be live testimony under oath, like [Hutchinson’s] testimony, and for the world to see? How is that going to happen?

      CHENEY: Well, we have been working with the Secret Service; we’ve interviewed, as I said, a number of individuals in the Secret Service. We will continue to do so. And it is important that their testimony be under oath.

    26. Bitterlaw says:

      Jason – If Trump runs in 2024 and you want Trump to be the nominee, why not register to vote in 2024 so you can vote for him?

    27. jason says:

      There was no evidence Trump could beat Hillary till it happened.”

      wes does bring up an interesting point.

      Actually, when Trump announced, I didn’t immediately dismiss him because I didn’t think he was fit for the job, that came later. I dismissed him because I thought he couldn’t win.

      I have my doubts DeSantis appeals to the same demographics that Trump does. I don’t think he is as strong as Trump in areas/voters Rs must win to win the GE. General comments that he will be stronger than Trump in the suburbs are fine, but doing marginally better in suburbs while losing blue collar votes would not ensure a win.

      Until polls show differently, and indeed they might, I will still believe Trump is a better GE candidate or Rs in 2024 than DeSantis. The caveat is a year is an eternity in politics, and DeSantis has plenty of time to improve his standing with the groups I think he is weaker than Trump. I will not be surprised, or disappointed, if polls show him gaining in R primary preferences and even in head to head against the Dems. There is no doubt he is a much better representative of the future of the R party than Trump is, but that is only valuable if he can win.

      THe J6 committee is committed to taking Trump down. They might be shooting themselves in the foot, because 8 years of DeSantis would be more damaging to their agenda than 4 years of Trump.

    28. jason says:

      Jason – If Trump runs in 2024 and you want Trump to be the nominee, why not register to vote in 2024 so you can vote for him?”

      I don’t want Trump to be nominee.

      I want the R who would be more likely to win the GE to be the nominee. In my view, we still don’t know who that is.

      I am not a R so I wouldn’t be voting in the primary anyway.

      You will so choose wisely.

    29. jason says:

      why not register to vote in 2024 so you can vote for him?”

      If you guarantee in writing my vote will count and will not be diluted by illegal votes I will.

      Send me the documents.

    30. Tina says:

      Loon Cheney subjourned perjury.

    31. Tina says:

      It’s actually criminal too.

      Liz Cheney’s “anger and bitterness” is “sad” to see, “damaging to the country” and “damaging to the Republican Party”.—Kristi Noem on WMAL just now

    32. jason says:

      When asked about testimony discrepancies?

      “Raskin says he wasn’t involved in any of the interviews so he “can’t say.”

      Well, ok then.

    33. jason says:

      Leahy falls, breaks hip.

    34. jason says:

      “Twice-failed Democratic candidate for president Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-Vt.) is already openly putting out feelers for a possible 2024 run depending on what Biden decides.”

      Trump could be the spring chicken in 2024.

      Bernie would be 83 on inauguration day.

    35. Tina says:

      Phil Kerpen
      WV v EPA is decided 6-3; Roberts writes for majority.
      EPA can’t backdoor a carbon dioxide cap on power plants into the Clean Air Act under major questions doctrine.…
      7:09 AM · Jun 30, 2022·Twitter Web App
      Quote Tweets

    36. Sheeple,Jr. says:

      SCOTUS votes 6-3 for the conservative block in the environmental case. It does not destroy the Chevron Rule, but considerably weakens it by returning authority to Congress.
      CJ Roberts and Kavanaugh go to the darkside in the Remain in Mexico decision by upholding Biden’s trashing of the Trump-era policy.
      CJ Roberts authored both decisions today.

    37. Gordon Allen says:

      There was no evidence in 1978 that Reagan could win the GE in 1980,or even be the nominee. Most thought him a sure loser.
      That’s an even sillier argument than Putin’s hordes would overrun Europe.

    38. DW says:

      Critics at the time saw in Reagan a “Barry Goldwater 2.0.”

      Even though Carter was in deep trouble, Reagan was pushed into accepting Bush as veep, the worst mistake he ever made. The thinking was that without a moderate like Bush to balance the ticket there was no way Reagan could defeat Carter.

      As it turned out, Reagan would have defeated him soundly anyway.

    39. Tina says:

      So, according to the socialist son, the secret service is part of the coup?

      Quote Tweet

      Bill Kristol
      · 1h
      Trump’s unprecedented politicization of the Secret Service (making a senior agent his deputy chief of staff and doing it in a way that he could then go back to the Service) followed the classic authoritarian playbook of co-opting and corrupting the presidential security services.

    40. jason says:

      There was no evidence in 1978 that Reagan could win the GE in 1980,or even be the nominee.”


      He won anyway.

      Both can be true.

      My point is that there is yet to be any poll that shows DeSantis can match Trump’s blue collar vote in the swing states needed to win. Or any poll showing R primary voters prefer him over Trump. Or that DeSantis would do better than Trump against Biden or Harris.

      Not sure exactly what your point is. Did you read it in a magazine somewhere?

    41. jason says:

      So far, those that think DeSantis is a better candidate than Trump for 2024 seem to have one argument to back it up.

      “DeSantis is a better candidate than Trump”.

    42. jason says:

      Here is what the British bookies think.

      “To make matters even worse for Biden, he is now third favourite to win the 2024 US Presidential election, behind both Trump (3/1) and Florida’s Republican governor Ron DeSantis (4/1),” he said.

      Short said that Biden initially appeared willing to cede power to his Vice President Kamala Harris after just one term, but she’s not faring to well to bookies, either. She has “floated way out to 12/1 with bet365 to be the next U.S. president. Evidently punters and U.K. bookmakers are looking no further than Biden when it comes to Democratic names in 2024.”

      In fact, Biden’s odds of even serving out his full first term aren’t all that great.

      Biden’s odds of serving until Jan. 20, 2025, are “at their worst since November 2021, as betting sites maintain a level of uncertainty over the veteran’s longevity in the White House.”

      “Biden’s first 18 months as president have been dogged by political issues at home and abroad. America has come out of the COVID-19 pandemic more divided than ever, and a cost of living crisis is beginning to pinch,” Short said. “Betting apps have dropped their odds on the president being ousted before his first four years have elapsed.”

      According to political betting sites, Biden is “now 7/4 to lose his job before 2024. That suggests a 36% probability – the highest his chances of being ousted as president have been since last autumn,” the oddsmaker said.

    43. Phil says:

      I suspect the Senate will vote to codify Roe v Wade this session. A carve out is practically guaranteed – probably with the help of Collins and Murkowski.

    44. Phil says:

      Biden will not step down….and with voting laws the way they are in states like Pennsylvania and Nevada, the corruption in Georgia and Arizona I suspect he’s at least 50-50 to get reelected regardless of his popularity numbers.

      The fix is in, and if you don’t think so you haven’t been living in America the last six years.

    45. Tina says:

      Jack Posobiec ??
      TRUMP: I think this woman Cassidy has serious problems. Mental problems.

    46. SanDiegoCitizen says:

      32. Loon Cheney subjourned perjury.

      Subjourning should be made a crime.

    47. jason says:

      I suspect the Senate will vote to codify Roe v Wade this session. A carve out is practically guaranteed – probably with the help of Collins and Murkowski.”

      I don’t think so.

    48. jason says:

      Biden will not step down….and with voting laws the way they are in states like Pennsylvania and Nevada, the corruption in Georgia and Arizona I suspect he’s at least 50-50 to get reelected regardless of his popularity numbers.

      The fix is in, and if you don’t think so you haven’t been living in America the last six years.”

      What? Didn’t you hear “we need to move on from 2020”?

      That it will all be resolved by the next election as long as you keep voting R?

      You haven’t been living at HHR for last couple years.

    49. jason says:

      TRUMP: I think this woman Cassidy has serious problems. Mental problems.”

      Nah. Just another rabid ideologue who thinks the ends justify the means.

      Nothing special.

    50. jason says:

      The fix is in”

      Only for Trump, but that is ok.

      It won’t happen again, I read it here at HHR.

    51. jason says:

      Manchin won’t vote for a carve out. And if he doesn’t, neither will Collins or Murkowski.

      The fact is there is just not that much political pressure to do this despite the outcry from the left.

    52. SanDiegoCitizen says:

      WASHINGTON, D.C. – The walls are closing in on former President Trump. In an explosive bombshell unprecedented star witness testimony yesterday, Cassidy Hutchinson told everyone that she heard Mark Meadows say that a Secret Service agent’s friend’s cousin’s husband once heard that one of Trump’s other aides said she thinks she heard him say he wanted to “do an insurrection.”

      Babylon Bee

    53. Bitterlaw says:

      Tough 2 weeks for Tina. Conservative Justice Roberts voted with the other conservatives on abortion, guns, religion and the environment.

    54. Cash Cow TM says:

      American voters would rather have an affable, incompetent boob that will do major damage to their own pocketbook and family than a mean person who tries to destroy any and everyone who dares voice an alternative opinion.

    55. Bitterlaw says:

      Nobody has ever posted at HHR that the next election will fix all problems.

    56. jason says:

      Funny how Bitter thought I was talking about him.

    57. jason says:

      Tough 2 weeks for Tina. Conservative Justice Roberts voted with the other conservatives on abortion, guns, religion and the environment.”

      But he didn’t come through on immigration.

      An obvious RINO.

    58. Bitterlaw says:

      Because you have accused me of posting that in the past but never provided any posts. GFY

    59. jason says:

      Bitter doesn’t care if his vote counts zero, 25%, 50% or 75% of an illegal vote, because after all vote fraud only occurs in Bad Philadelphia, where coincidentally is the only place that has corruption, crime, drug dealers, mass shootings, sexual predators, etc.

      In Radnor and Good Philadelphia, where none of these things would ever happen, and Bitter’s vote counts the same as his Biden voting friends and neighbors, there are no worries.

    60. jason says:

      American voters would rather have an affable, incompetent boob that will do major damage to their own pocketbook and family than a mean person who tries to destroy any and everyone who dares voice an alternative opinion.”

      That was the exact description Bitter gave of his friends and neighbors, with the added comment that they “could afford it”.

    61. Bitterlaw says:

      61 So many lies about what I have posted. I would develop carpal tunnel syndrome typing the response refuting all of it.

      Jason wants his vote to count 0% of the time.

    62. Bitterlaw says:

      More lies. I said I knew people. I did not say they were friends or neighbors.

    63. jason says:

      Bitter says he never goes out but “knows people”.

    64. jason says:

      Jason wants his vote to count 0% of the time.”

      No, he wants it to count 100% of the time.

      You don’t care if yours counts 0% of the time.

      Fixed it for you.

    65. Cash Cow TM says:

      Has 60 minutes or whatever TV “informative” show ever done a show yet shining the spotlight on voting oddities, irregularities, fraud, etc. of the 2020 election–and presenting both sides of the issues?


      They could start with the evidence presented in testimony by witnesses at hearings conducted by state legislatures in AZ, NV, GA, WI, MI and PA like:

      –voters who I have seen interviewed who moved out of state X above 18 months before the 2020 election but were told by the interviewer in late November that an absentee ballot supposedly from them was cast and counted in that state? The guy who moved from NV said he filled out no absentee ballot for 2020 in NV and just shrugged.

      –how ballot harvesting in nursing homes is done and how people who have no mental cognition are “helped” to vote? What is the logical explanation of how this could happen? Why would it be legal at all to do?

      –the PA election watcher guy (retired Col. or Major or Gen.) who testified that he went into a room (after all votes were counted) and saw boxes full of tens of thousands of ballots that apparently were not counted, (or maybe extra mail-in ballots not counted). what is the logical explanation?

      –the reason why some of the ballots in certain counties had a bar code on them and ballots in other GA counties or even in same county did not have any bar codes. what is the logical explanation?

      –the various many people in the states listed above that signed affidavits that when they went to vote in-person they were told that they had already voted either by mail-in or in person during early voting or on election day–and they swear they did not vote earlier in any way–but they were denied the right to vote. How can this happen?

      –the counting of some number of tens of thousands of votes in GA where there were no poll watchers present (they were sent away and told counting was ceased due to the “flood waters” from the BR pipe located thousands of feet away from where they were running the ballots through the machine). Why did this oddity happen? Are those votes counted without poll watchers present legal? (Remember the suitcases pulled from beneath the table/table cloth..)

      –the GA SOS deciding to reduce the signature match to only 10% for mail in ballots. Why did this happen? Can we see some of the ballots that might be questionable?

      –how many millions of mail-in ballots were mailed out to voters (without being requested by the voter) in various states in question? How was it possible to have 50 mail-in ballots mailed to the same apartment (not apartment building, but all to apartment 6)? How many of those with same address were returned and counted?

      –How is it possible that dozens of voters who voted listed their address at vacant lots that had no buildings (or even tents) on them for years?

      –How is it possible that hundreds of voters who voted by mail-in ballot listed their address as the county municipal building in AZ?

      –If the purpose of having in-person voting during elections is to ensure that voters are not intimidated or unduly influenced or corrupted in their votes, and where campaign signs are not allowed within so many feet of the polling place, and nobody (with few exceptions) is allowed to go into the voting booth with the voter, and electioneering is not allowed at the polling place, etc. they how can the same security measures designed to ensure fair elections be in place when you mail out millions of unsolicited mail-in ballots to voters?

      –What about the woman in GA (?) who testified they witnessed half a dozen people at a van filling out dozens of ballots?

      –What about the GA woman who had video of GA ballots being removed by trucks and taken to shredder shortly after election, despite State law saying ballots need to be preserved for X # of months after an election is over?

      –What about the PA State court making the decision to countermand State law and allow for ballots that were mailed in after the State code deadline still be received and counted?

      –What about the True the Vote research that showed that thousands of voters in NV were pretty identical matches in name, age, birthdate, etc. to voters in CA with same name, age, birthdate, etc.?

      –What about large numbers of ballots cast by people who had the exact same birthdate in 1900?

      –How many people who are dead voted in state X,Y, or Z and died many months or years before the 2020 election?

      –Has any court examined and compared the voter lists in state X, Y, or Z with actual voters who cast ballots to see if there are any oddities which may indicate fraud?

      –What did happen to that truck load of ballots that seeming disappeared at that facility in PA?

      –Why were certain ballots cast by legal voters in Philly, PA who were registered Rs–when they gave the ballot to the poll worker–the poll worker marked the ballot with a big red “R” before putting it in the ballot box?

      –What about claims that during research after the election that there were some number of non-U.S. citizens who actually did cast votes in the 2020 election?

      –How could some number of inner-city precincts in Milwaukee have voter turnout exceeding 100% of voters registered there?

      –How was it possible that during live TV the total votes for Trump actually DECLINED when more votes were tallied and the new set of total numbers for the state were posted?

      I could go on. But you get my drift.

      Cow said LONG ago, that if the SOMEBODY did not do a thorough investigation of these things–and either disprove them or give logical explanations then ALL HELL WOULD BREAK LOOSE.

      Nobody investigated.
      All Hell Broke Loose.
      Cow should be listed to.

    66. Cash Cow TM says:

      Has Liz Cheney called Christine Blasey Ford to testify yet in the Jan. 6 hearings?

      I hear she will swear that Trump pulled out an AK-15 while in the vehicle and threatened to shoot the driver if he did not take him to the capitol riot.

    67. jason says:

      You started all this by posting a lie about my position on Trump and pretending you didn’t know why I was not registered to vote.

      So don’t whine now.

      “Jason – If Trump runs in 2024 and you want Trump to be the nominee, why not register to vote in 2024 so you can vote for him?”


    68. jason says:

      Cow, we need to “move on” from all that.

      We know it will never happen again, haven’t you read it here at HHR.

    69. Tgca says:


      You can get surgery for carpal tunnel so no worries, Takes like 20 min. Just a snip or two. Prep time takes more time than surgery. I had both hands done.

    70. jason says:

      Has Liz Cheney called Christine Blasey Ford to testify yet in the Jan. 6 hearings?

      I hear she will swear that Trump pulled out an AK-15 while in the vehicle and threatened to shoot the driver if he did not take him to the capitol riot.”

      It’s worse. Kavanaugh was the one who gave him the AK-47

    71. Bitterlaw says:

      Jason does not care if Trump is the nominee in 2024. He just comes up with reasons why only Trump should be the nominee in 2024.

    72. Bitterlaw says:

      Since Roe was overturned, a good number of women have run to be interviewed about their abortions. I guess they feel everybody needs to know about it. I prefer to not know.

    73. jason says:

      More lies. I didn’t say only Trump should be nominee, or even that he should be the nominee.

      But of course Bitter knows that.

      I said a Trump-DeSantis fight would be bad for the party and the candidates, and likely damage the winner for the GE. I said there is no evidence so far that DeSantis would be a stronger GE candidate than Trump, but that if he was, that would be good as he better represents the future of the party.

      If Bitter can’t deal with these statements and has to lie about what I said, so be it.

    74. jason says:

      I had carpal tunnel on one hand. I kept making excuses to put off the surgery. It went away.

      Procrastination 1 Surgery 0.

    75. Phil says:

      So let me get this straight. Biden goes to Europe to attend the NATO meeting primarily to address Putin’s continued aggression in Ukraine….which I would presume, at the present time, to be the thing most destabilizing the world. But nope. He says what is really destabilizing the world is a Supreme Court decision on abortion in America?


      What a boob.

    76. jason says:

      The testimony was “made to order’…

      “A couple months ago, I put her in touch with Congresswoman Cheney,” Farah said. “She got a new lawyer and that’s how this testimony came about.”

      John Berman asked Farah to elaborate, and she replied that Hutchinson was one of several former White House staffers who at first had a lawyer assigned to her from “Trump World.” Farah added that Hutchinson’s original legal representative was “someone who had been in the White House counsel’s office,” and “still aligned with Trump World” when she gave her first interviews to the committee.

      “She did her interview, she complied with the committee, but she shared with me ‘There is more I want to share that was not asked in those settings. How do we do this?’” Farah said. “In that process, she got a new attorney of her own. Congresswoman Cheney had a sense of what questions needed to be asked that weren’t previously. So that’s how this shocking testimony that people didn’t realize before kind of came about, and it didn’t come up in her earlier interview, some of those facts.”

    77. jason says:

      “Congresswoman Cheney had a sense of what questions needed to be asked”

      You can’t make this sh-t up….

    78. Tgca says:

      Women having ABORTIONS of convenience are irresponsible. To me it’s no different than folks who irresponsibly drink or do drugs and drive. They choose to act irresponsibly.

      Why would someone who doesn’t want a baby spread their legs if they’re not using protection? It’s irresponsible and they should be called on it.

      Just like society bears the burden from drinking and drugs, it also bears the burden of ABORTIONS.

    79. jason says:

      Nate Silverhack says Rs only have 53% chance of capturing senate.

      It means he thinks it is about 70%.

    80. DW says:

      funny…panning through 538’s house map…Nate has it more strongly GOP than the predictions from RRH.

    81. Tina says:

      Atlanta Fed
      On June 30, the #GDPNow model nowcast of real GDP growth in Q22022 is -1.0%. #ATLFedResearch
      Download our EconomyNow app or go to our website for the latest GDPNow nowcast.

    82. Wes says:

      It is an internal, so grains of salt apply. Nonetheless, Walker has an internal showing him and Warnock tied at 47 with Kemp up 51-44 on Abrams:

      This is certainly better news than the Quinn poll. The more daylight Kemp puts between himself and Abrams, the more likely Walker is to win and avoid a runoff.

    83. Wes says:

      Cornyn beat a well-funded challenger by 10 and earned the largest number of votes ever for a GOP Senate nominee.

      Cruz read Green Eggs and Ham on the Senate floor rather than campaign and won by 2.5 against a guy who had video of him running from the cops during a DUI stop aired just before the election.

      Hm. I wonder why people complain about Cruz rather than Cornyn.

    84. Wes says:

      It just came to me, Mikey. Cornyn is a durable politician who’s handily beaten back even the strongest Dem opponents.

      Cruz is an unlikable jackass who endangers his own seat and increases the likelihood Schumer may get a lackey from Texas in the Senate.

      No wonder you prefer Cruz to Cornyn.

      Well played.

    85. Gordon Allen says:

      The Atlanta fed gdp tracker comes in today at minus 1%,( for the second qtr),after an official minus 1.6% for the first quarter.
      That’s the accepted definition of a RECESSION.
      Only the idiot Republicans could prevent a massive victory in November.

    86. Gordon Allen says:

      Darn Tina,you beat me to it. EVERY Gop candidate should 100% tie their opponent to Biden…non stop.
      Only Republicans could blow this.

    87. Cash Cow TM says:


      What a boob.”


      Please do not refer to Biden as a boob.

      That gives boobs a bad name.

    88. Tom says:

      Stumbling, blubbering, stuttering fool Slow Joe today:

      “Well what I would do, is I would, we would, we have tremendous military capability and what we can do without planes, to be honest with you, without 44-year-old jets, what we can do is enormous, and we should be doing it and we should be helping them to survive and they’re doing an amazing job.”

    89. NYCmike says:

      “Hm. I wonder why people complain about Cruz rather than Cornyn.”

      -So, both won their respective races, and yet you, a supposedly more libertarian person than a conservative Republican, has no issue with the person who helped push through more one-size-fits-all, ineffective federal legislation that will do nothing to stop the mass shootings they are designed to stop.

      GOT IT.

    90. NYCmike says:

      “Cruz is an unlikable jackass who endangers his own seat and increases the likelihood Schumer may get a lackey from Texas in the Senate.”

      -Once again, your logic fails.

      Cruz won his elections. Just like Cornyn.

      Cornyn has no reason to do what he did, as he is so “well-liked”, so he should be the last person to do what Schumer wants, which was more useless gun legislation.

      The only people who will be affected by that legislation is, most likely, legal gun owners who are on the “wrong” political side of an argument, and that is what a slime like Schumer loves.

    91. Phil says:

      Not a fan of Cornyn.

    92. EML says:

      mnw posted it in the other place, but there’s a poll showing Susie Lee (D NV-03) behind Republican challenger April Becker 46-44. Becker is ahead with Hispanics 48-42. Maybe the Heavily Accented Geniuses can weigh in on this race.

    93. Tgca says:

      A win is a win in politics whether by 2.5% or 10%.

      Cruz ran in a unfavorable year for the GOP.

      Scott in FL, also barely won his senate seat in 2018, after serving 8 years as Gubbernor.

      Cornyn has betrayed us gun owners by being a useful idiot for the left and playing in their hands to whittle away gun rights little by little. The red flag provision he supports is ripe for major abuse and judges and politicians will find ways to use it to deny gun owners their guns. Anyone with common sense knows that.

    94. EML says:

      Perhaps Tgca the HAG is prepared to explain to us how Cornyn did better than Trump amongst Hispanic Texans.

    95. Wes says:

      It’s not at all shocking to me your preferred Senator from Texas is the one Dems have the best chance of beating in an election, Mikey. I’m not exactly sure how you can claim to be an anti-choice conservative when you’ve spent over a decade trying to ensure Schumer would get and retain control of the Senate. You’re the epitome of a Schumer bootlicker, your disingenuous attempts to say otherwise notwithstanding.

    96. Wes says:

      Cruz was an incumbent in a state where Democrats last won a Senate race in 1988. Scott was running against a three-term incumbent who had never dipped below 51% of the vote.

      They’re not exactly the same, Tg. You might want to examine the underlying dynamics of each race when making comparisons.

    97. EML says:

      Dang, I’ve recently been accused of singlehandedly ensuring that Hispanics will never vote for Republicans, but it looks like NYCMike has me beat with his ability to ensure that Chucky S controls the Senate. I bow down to your special abilities, good sir.

    98. Tina says:

      Loon is morphing into her thighness.

      Scott MacFarlane
      · 12h
      Rep Liz Cheney speech in California last night:

      “… to the little girls and to the young women who are watching tonight: these days, for the most part, men are running the world, and it’s really not going all that well”

    99. Cash Cow TM says:

      Kentucky Jackson Brown sworn in as new SCOTUS justice today.

      I liked her music like “Running on Empty” when she was just a singer.

    100. Tgca says:

      EML, our resident Liz Cheney Republican who claims he knows more about Latinos than Latinos cant seem to explain why Trump did 7%+ better with Latinos in Miami-Dade County (which is 70% Latino) than either DeSantis or Scott in their elections.

      …or explain why Trump did 12% better with Latinos in Miami-Dade in 2020 than 2016.

      …or explain why Trump did better with Latinos in North Carolina than Tillis.

      Shall we analyze e wry state for EML, the Hispanic Whisperer or do we keep just using his ONE example in Texas?

    101. Tgca says:

      Scott was a 2-term incumbent Guv going directly to the senate from the Guv’s office so it’s equivalent to being a senate incumbent in this case.

      In fact, I would say more so because people generally know a lot more about their Guv than their senator.

    102. Tgca says:

      I’ve been saying for years that the GOP has missed opportunities with Latino voters but to no avail by a GOP that only seriously talks about reaching out to Latinos near elections.

      Trump proved you can make inroads with them if you put the right focus there, in the things important to them.

      Latinos are more culturally conservative but they are also generally more liberal in support of gubbermint programs and a safety net.

      The trick is to find the right balancing act and WHERE as well since not all Latinos are the same demographically.

      Latinos in CA vote differently than those in Florida, depending on the Latino ethnicity as well.

      I believe Trump made gains with Latinos because he targeted them in certain areas that the GOP traditionally ignored.

      But make no mistake, Latinos will jump right back to voting Dem if the GOP fails to address their needs.

      Latinos are being pushed to the GOP now because of Biden and his failures but with a more moderate Dem, they can easily switch back.

      The GOP has its work cut out for permanently bringing over Latino voters but there’s opportunity.

    103. Bitterlaw says:

      Why is EML called a Liz Cheney Republican? I lost my program.

    104. Wes says:

      Being a two-term Governor is in no way equivalent to being an incumbent Senator, Tg. You’re just making things up to create a false equivalence. William Weld (R-MA) was a two-term Governor when he challenged John Kerry (D-MA) in 1996. Steve Bullock (D-MT) was a two-term Governor when he challenged Steve Daines (R-MT) in 2020. No one in any way claimed they were anything but challengers. People vote differently between Governor and Senator because of the different priorities between the offices. The two don’t overlap besides being the highest statewide offices in their states.

      Scott’s win was impressive because Nelson was an inoffensive incumbent in a state that had oscillated between the parties on the federal level for the past couple of decades before the election, but Rick Scott was in no way a Senate incumbent. His victory, however, did herald the end, at least for now, of Florida’s status as a swing state and indicate it was becoming a narrow but inflexible GOP state.

      In contrast, Ted Cruz won by double digits in a bad year for GOP Senators. Remember, they dropped to eight seats–their lowest showing in the Class One seats since the 1964 election–that year. Cruz was a smarmy egotist who didn’t pay the required attention to his state though and found himself vulnerable to a C-list opponent out of step with the state who had a ton of baggage. The attempt to evade the DUI should have caused Beto to run no better against Cruz than the Dem in 2012 had. Instead, because Cruz has such a grating public persona and decided to read Green Eggs and Ham on the Senate floor rather than campaign seriously, Beto had the best showing for a Democrat in a Texas Senate race in 30 years and actually had coattails resulting in ousting at least two GOP House incumbents who had previously held safe seats.

      It’s really clear. Scott did the due diligence and beat the odds to beat a longtime fixture of Florida politics to give the Sunshine State its first GOP duo since Reconstruction. Cruz was arrogant and lazy and nearly lost to someone who had no business coming anywhere close to statewide office in the Line Star State.

      Two years later, John Cornyn avoided the pitfalls Cruz had fallen into and ultimately had no problem beating back a far more substantial opponent than Cruz had faced.

    105. Wes says:

      Lone* Star State

    106. Phil says:

      Beto came within 2.6% of Cruz because

      1) 2018 was a very Democratic year. Democrats picked up just south of 40 seats and took control of the House.

      2) Beto’s friends in NY and California raised 90 million and he outspent Cruz more than 2-1.

      3) no candidate in my memory got the rosy media coverage Beto got. It was ridiculous.

      4). As far as the Beto DUI, it got the same amount of coverage as Hunter’s laptop. Namely zero. It was erased from media coverage entirely.

    107. Cash Cow TM says:

      Former marine and WV native Hershel “Woody” Williams, the last surviving WWII Medal of Honor recipient, died the other day. He was 98. and lived in Cabell County (Huntington).

      Walt met him a number of times.
      Nice guy.

      R.I.P. Woody.

    108. Wes says:

      I actually saw the footage on the news, Phil, and I live 1500 miles from Texas. Even if the Texas media blacked it out, why didn’t Cruz put it all over his ads? One would think maybe Cruz would have a vested interest in ensuring all Texas knew Beto had driven the wrong way down a highway to try to escape a DUI arrest.

      By the way, 2018 was a better year for Senate Republicans than 2012, the year Cruz first won. In 2012, Republicans dropped from 10 to 8 seats in the Class One seats and ended up at 45-53-2 overall. In 2018, Republicans went from 8 to 10 Class One seats and ended up at 53-47 in the Senate. Of course the GOP managed that because Dems held a lopsided 23-8-2 advantage in the Class One seats, but the fact remains that Republicans did objectively better in the Senate in 2018 than in 2012.

    109. NYCmike says:

      “You’re the epitome of a Schumer bootlicker, your disingenuous attempts to say otherwise notwithstanding.”

      “I bow down to your special abilities, good sir.”


      I’m so good, I could make you enjoy a meal at the Olive Garden!

    110. Tgca says:


      Wes, you present your opinion and I present mine.

      FL is not MA!

      Scott, as a twice incumbent Guv should have had no problem beating Nelson in a state trending away from his party and politics in good economic times.

      The problem with Scott is he has little to no charisma and has barely eked out wins in all his FL elections. A more charismatic FL politician would most likely have done better against Nelson.

      FL has had GOP Guv for 20 over years straight and has locked down every major office at the state level except for Agricultural Commisioner.

      FL is to the GOP as CA is to the Dems when it comes to party control. It should not be difficult for a FL GOP politician with major name recognition to beat a Dem here at the state level.

      If you don’t see that, you don’t know FL.

    111. Tgca says:


      Phil is correct! MSM was rooting for Beto and gave him great support. Positive MSM coverage can buy you 5+ points.

      No one seriously thought Ted Cruz would lose in 2018.

      Whether he won by 2 points or 20 points does not matter because he was expected to win and did win.

    112. Wes says:

      Sure, Tg, because a state that’s voted twice for a Dem for President this century and three times for a Dem Senator is exactly equivalent to a state that hasn’t voted for a GOP Senator or President–and come close electing GOP Senator only once–since 1988.

      It’s an exact 1:1 comparison.

      How did I not see this before?

      What you say about Rick Scott may be true, but the fact remains that he was challenging a sitting Senator with decades worth of good will behind him in a closely divided state and won.

      Meanwhile, Cruz was himself the incumbent officeholder in a state where Democrats have been taking it on the chin for decades and barely scraped by against a disastrous opponent in what was objectively a better year for GOP Senators overall than the year when Cruz first won.

    113. Wes says:

      By the way, Tg, I like how you say Scott should have had no problem beating an incumbent Senator whose only previous loss was a 1994 gubernatorial primary and who had won his Senate seat by 51-46, 60-38, and 55-43 respectively.

      Sure. Rick Scott should have had no problem taking down that guy. No evidence of electoral success on Nelson’s part at all. Not a shred.

    114. Wes says:

      I’m sorry. A 1990 gubernatorial primary. My mistake.

    115. Tgca says:


      I think Scott should have more easily defeated Nelson. Nelson is not well known in the state amongst average voters. He got a D after his name so most who vote D will pull the lever for him regardless, knowing little or nothing of him, whereas, most voters knew much more about Scott as the states CEO with a high profile. I myself am surprised by folks I know here that can’t name their senators or CongressCritters but I’ve noticed that in other states I lived as well.

      Scott is simply a lackluster candidate. Again, I believe, given FL demographics and trend, any other high profile FL politician in the position of Scott would have taken out Nelson more easily in 2018.

    116. Wes says:

      Let’s see. Bill Nelson served in statewide office continuously in Florida from 1995 to 2019.

      No. No one knew who he was. Not a single Floridian had any clue who Nelson was. That’s why he won all those elections. He was a complete unknown.

    117. Phil says:

      Lousy year for Republicans in Texas, Wes regardless of what happened in Mo, Indiana, Tennessee, Florida Senate races.

      All Republican office holders in Harris and Dallas County were completely wiped out – from judges, county officers all the way down the ballot. Hell, Harris County threw out the popular Republican county judge and replaced him with a no name 20 something nobody. All judges were wiped out completely. Democrats made advances in both the state house and state senate. It was not a good year in Texas for Republicans. Worst in my memory. Democrats also picked off two Republican House seats and Republicans barely held on to two others.

    118. Wes says:

      Well, five elections worth of data say you’re wrong, Tg. It’s amazing how little you know about the electoral history of politicians in your own state.

    119. Tgca says:


      FL in 2018 is not the same FL as FL in 2006.

      The state has been trending GOP for a decade. I’ve seen that living here on and off for over a decade.

      Nelson was doomed sooner or later as well. He also lacked the charisma that other Dems might have.

      The fact he lost 5% points between 2006 and 2012 and another 5 points between 2012 and 2018 goes to my point that FL was not favorable for him any longer, especially after being in politics here for 50 years.

      An incumbent Guv in very good times should have not struggled the way Scott did to unseat Nelson in FL.

    120. Wes says:

      At the same time, Phil, Greg Abbott won reelection with 56% of the vote. The Senate race shouldn’t have been that close–and probably wouldn’t have been had Cornyn been the one up that year. Democrats may have had a decent showing down ballot, but given the results of the other statewide races, it looks as if Cruz put himself in danger against the very man Abbott will steamroll in four months.

    121. Tgca says:


      Keep your job giving back rubs because you lack the analytical skills to see trends and could never make it as a data scientist with your simplistic incorrect analysis.

      I just pointed out the trend where Nelson has lost 10 points in two elections straight so the writing was on the wall that he was going downhill.

      This goes to my point that a stronger GOP candidate should have more easily beaten Nelson but Scott has always been a VERY LUCKY weak candidate barely eking out wins in his FL elections for a state favorable to other GOPers the last decade.

    122. Wes says:

      You’re forgetting candidate quality here, Tg. Florida definitely trended GOP in the 2010s, but Nelson still beat the strongest candidate the FLGOP had to throw against him in 2012 by double digits. Mack IV was a far better candidate than Harris had been but still wasn’t the same caliber as his father. Rick Scott was the only candidate who was able to match Nelson in spending and GOTV efforts. That’s objectively true.

      Saying another ethereal Republican would have beaten him more soundly is simple sophistry on your part. In fact Republicans rallied around Rick Scott because no one was perceived as credible enough to beat Nelson. Scott has his own issues that have limited his electoral ceiling, but there’s simply no evidence Nelson would have lost to anyone but him. That’s just an assertion without evidence on your part.

    123. Wes says:


      A self-proclaimed data analyst who outright lied by saying an incumbent Governor is also an incumbent Governor and created an assertion he hasn’t posted a single shred of evidence for while ignoring difference in candidate quality between Nelson’s 2006 and 2012 opponents is going to lecture me on election outcomes.

      You would be hilarious if you weren’t pathetic, Tg.

      With that, I’m off to have a beer.

      Have a good night, all.

    124. Tgca says:


      I did not forget candidate quality. It’s part of my assumption in these two candidates. Neither were great candidates that bonded with voters.

      However, most people have very little knowledge of their senators unless they’re very high profile which Nelson was not.

      The Guv though is very high profile and Scott was in the news daily for 8 years in FL.

      Most people in FL would struggle if you asked them in 2018 to name their two senators. My guess is most would name Rubio but a significant portion would struggle naming Nelson.

      You’re simply trying to explain away Scott’s inability as a stronger candidate. Just like Jeb Bush should have been a stronger POTUS candidate but was not because of his lack of charisma and ability to sell himself strong to the voters.

    125. Phil says:

      I just don’t like Cornyn, Wes. He was fine his first two terms. Unfortunately, he became a creature of the swamp. He’s very similar to your two senators Tillis and Burr. Actually, better than Burr. A lot better. At least Cornyn didn’t even come close to voting for impeachment. I’ll give him that. What the hell happened to Burr anyway? Turned over his committee to the ranking Democrat on that committee Warner and then voted to impeach. Anyone ever asked him about all that? Looking forward to Budd taking over.

    126. Tgca says:


      Where did I lie? Disagreeing with you is not a lie.

      Stop with your histrionics.

      You don’t like to be challenged and resort to attacking but your insecurities don’t work with me.

      I made a career of providing data analysis to senior management of Fortune 500 companies and educating in industry seminars, as well as being recruited by companies nationally to work for them because of national recognition in my area…and I retired early so I think my record of data analysis speaks for itself.

      …and what do you do again?

    127. NYCmike says:

      Wes says he is a libertarian, but has no issue with a Senator from a red state who gets elected with comfortable margins but then works with Schumer lackeys to pass one-size-fits-all federal laws that won’t achieve their stated purpose.

      Need to ask: Wes, please define “libertarian”.

      Wes: “I’m not a biologist.”

    128. NYCmike says:

      -Just to keep the best sport in the news for another day, Stanley’s Cup made its way back to Denver, where it will start a fun-filled summer journey with each of the winning players, started off with another great parade!

    129. Gordon Allen says:

      The Democrats have had a large Registration edge in Florida for years,and even in 2018 still had the edge(though declining)
      That has reversed only in the last couple of years, with the GOP now up 175,000 voters as of May 31.

    130. Gordon Allen says:

      2018 was an aberrant year because Hurricane Michaels affect on the Panhandle vote. Also,Trump was being battered by the ongoing Mueller probe press and was only in the mid 40’s approval rate.

    131. Gordon Allen says:

      Having said that Scott does have the personality of a wooden Indian, and isn’t a great campaigner ( in my view).
      Nelson was a nobody,but he didn’t scare anyone either and had an undeserved reputation as a ” Moderate “

    132. jason says:

      Chuckie Schumer will send NYC another autographed picture (I know he has dozens, but obviously there are never too many) for his idiotic attacks on Cornyn,

    133. jason says:

      EML might not understand Hispanics very well, but he sure knows a Schumer toadie when he sees one!

      “You’re the epitome of a Schumer bootlicker, your disingenuous attempts to say otherwise notwithstanding.”

    134. jason says:

      ‘but then works with Schumer lackeys”

      You would certainly know….

    135. jason says:

      It just came to me, Mikey. Cornyn is a durable politician who’s handily beaten back even the strongest Dem opponents.

      Cruz is an unlikable jackass who endangers his own seat and increases the likelihood Schumer may get a lackey from Texas in the Senate.

      No wonder you prefer Cruz to Cornyn.”

      Damm, I could have said that.

    136. jason says:

      Sen. Kyrsten Sinema’s office says the Democratic senator is still opposed to gutting the filibuster on any topic including on reproductive rights.”

      Phil, I told you the “codify” BS was not going anywhere.

    137. jason says:


      “On CNN, such a question was put to Biden advisor Brian Deese.

      Anchor Victor Blackwell spoke for a lot of Americans when he asked about punishing gas prices amid unmerciful inflation:

      “What do you say to those families who say, ‘Listen, we can’t afford to pay $4.85 a gallon for months, if not years. This is just not sustainable’?”

      “Well, what you heard from the President today was a clear articulation of the stakes. This is about the future of the Liberal World Order, and we have to stand firm.”

    138. jason says:

      Everyone belly up to the bar and pay for the Liberal World Order.

    139. Sheeple,Jr. says:

      Jon Voight calls for Joe Biden’s impeachment in video address. It’s powerful.

    140. Bitterlaw says:

      Telling customers to close their account if they don’t like your woke policy leads to….customers closing their accounts because they don’t like your woke policy.

    141. Phil says:

      Phil, I told you the codify “BS” was not going anywhere.

      You did. When you’re right you’re right. Good call.

    142. Gordon Allen says:

      Where is the Constitutional authority for Congress to codify/federalize Roe v Wade in the first place??

    143. Sheeple,Jr. says:

      New Emerson poll out this morning. Here are some salient points:

      – Biden JA is 40/53

      – GOP leads the congressional generic by 46/43 among RVs

      – Trump leads Biden 44/39

      – in GOP primary, Trump leads DeSantis 55/20

    144. DW says:

      From Twitter: “Ketanji Brown Jackson shattered the glass ceiling today… becoming the first Supreme Court Justice in American history to not know what a woman is.”

    145. Gordon Allen says:

      The You Guv poll has it 45-36 Trump v DeSantis. Absolutely meaningless 2 years out. Ask George Romney, the Republican nominee in 1966-67(for 68), Ed Muskie the Democrat nominee in 1970(for 72), Jimmy Carter invisible in 1974)for 1976, or even more currently Jeb Bush the likely nominee in 2014(for 2016). Or Hillary Clinton, the certain democrat nominee for 2008 in 2006. As examples.
      Emerson at 40-53 for Biden is considerably better than most,and I Think the CGB is more than plus 3.

    146. Gordon Allen says:

      Especially as the Recession we’re entering into hasn’t hit the jobs numbers yet, which are always a lagging indicator. We’ll see what September and October look like.
      Any Republican candidate for Senator who doesn’t make his 24/7 target Joe Biden( as the Dems did in 2018 for trump) is guilty of malpractice and deserves to lose.

    147. Tom says:

      Food for thought on the “Deep State” vs “No Deep State” discussion.

    148. Bitterlaw says:

      Tom – Thank you. There is no Deep State in the US. GFY

      Enjoy your weekend.

    149. Wes says:

      To answer your question, Gordon, Congress has no authority to codify Roe v. Wade. Roe falls under the 10th Amendment, which reserves to the states actions not explicitly reserved by the Constitution to the federal government.

    150. Tgca says:

      This goes to my point how the Dems, Big Tech, and the MSM will react to whomever the GOP nominee is.

      They believe it will either be Trump or DeSantis so let the TDS or DDS begin.

      NYC mayor advertising against a FL Gubbernor.

      CA Gubbernor running ads in FL against a FL Gubbernor.

      WH now attacking a FL Gubbernor.

      Why are mayors and gubbernors trying to influence citizens in another state?

      This is all preemptive strikes.

      Expect DeSantis, if he is the nominee, to get the same level of treatment as Trump regardless of how he tweets.

      DeSantis is just as combative and in your face as Trump, he is just more articulate about it and has a more pleasing sounding voice than grumpy sounding Trump.

    151. Bitterlaw says:

      Just heard an interview with Kathy Barnette. She wants Dr. Oz to win but will not endorse him.

    152. Tgca says:


      Fair and her choice.

      I want Bitter to be happy but I won’t make Bitter happy.

    153. Bitterlaw says:

      Buy my book. You won’t make me happy but a sale is a sale.

    154. Gordon Allen says:

      TGCA. You know how hostile the print media here in Florida is to DeSantis. He’s used to it.
      You’re right that he is decidedly not a ” turn the other cheek” guy,but he is more disciplined in doing so,and NOT personal about it

    155. Gordon Allen says:

      The element of personal nastiness often evident w Trump is what turns off a lot of people.
      I don’t think he’s capable at this stage of life to change.
      I wish he were

    156. DW says:

      The ultimate solution has to be Civil War II, with massive bloodshed and the subjugation of these communists.

      new headline:

      “Google Caught Blocking 100% of RNC Emails on Key Fundraising Days”

    157. Tina says:

      Gordon, q2 is collapsing

      Quote Tweet

      · 40m
      Atlanta Fed Q2 GDP tracker tumbles to -2.1% vs -1.0% the day before.

    158. Tina says:

      But your colleague, Brittless Bear, national retreat online/Andy Mcdummy, and the Russian hoaxer told me the process is fair and Smollett Hutchinson was “credible.”

      Brit Hume
      I’ve covered Washington for more than 50 years, including 11 years covering Congress specifically. I’ve never seen a committee all of whose members were chosen by one party, and where there is no cross-examination or any attempt to present both sides.

    159. Tom says:

      Wow, finally earned the coveted HHR GFY. Thanks Bitter.

    160. NYCmike says:

      “Damm, I could have said that.”

      -Agreed, you could have.

      Same blinders as worn by the other horse-beater.

    161. Bitterlaw says:

      You never earned a GFY before? A great way to start the weekend.

    162. Annie says:

      Yikes – Biden trying to do worse than Jimmah Carter

      (R) Donald Trump 44% (+5)
      (D) Joe Biden 39%

    163. Tgca says:

      160. Gordy

      Agreed! DeSantis can be very aggressive too, has a mean mocking streak, and hits back hard but does it more eloquently than Trump.

      Either way, I don’t think the issue for Dems and the MSM being about how DeSantis reacts or uses Twitter. They will want to show him as a radical righty out to destroy women, gays, minorities, unions, etc and do everything in their power to destroy him.

      Dumb people like gays, some minorities, and white suburban women voters will fall for the trap and vote against him, regardless.

      He will get just as much bad press as Trump. I can see him being censored by Big Tech too for misinformation or his views on trannies.

      DDS is REAL people!!! I know! Just had a tooth pulled last week. 🙂

    164. Gordon Allen says:

      Tina: Yikes.Didnt see that.

    165. Tgca says:

      153. Tom

      Good article.

      I still think people are arguing semantics here. What they define as Deep State. It’s not hooded folks with cloaks and daggers meeting in dark candlelit rooms at round tables plotting the demise of their enemies.

      It’s about coordinated activities among people with access to power to lie, manipulate, and deceive to bring great harm to those they feel threatened by.

    166. Gordon Allen says:

      That explains the market turnaround this PM.
      It thinks the Fed can’t continue to raise rates into a rapidly decline economy.
      Jimmy Carter is looking great right now by comparison.

    167. Tgca says:

      I will also extend a GFY to Tom for sharing the article on the Deep State.

      Good For You!

    168. Tgca says:


      Ha! Ha!

      Just had that conversation today with a friend.

      Jimmy and Rosalyn are doing high fives that he is no longer #1 worst POTUS!

    169. jason says:

      Deep State is conspiracy theory trash like when idiots claimed GWB planted bombs in the WTC and the Pentagon. Are there people who share the same ideology in govt agencies and believe the ends justify the means? Yes. Is it an organization within the government? No. So using the term Deep State implies something that does not exist..that is why it is stupid.

    170. Tgca says:


      You is WRONG Bish!

      My definition of Deep State is more along the line that powerful people use their influence to sabotage and create false narratives to destroy their enemies that brings harm to our country. Many work together to achieve these means by collaborating on false narratives as well.

      It is not a secret organization with a secret headquarters.

      These are well-connected people that work together against the concept of democracy be refusing to accept duly elected individuals.

      They are no different than Big Tech or MSM. They have an agenda and will lie, manipulate, and mislead to achieve their goals and attempt to discredit or destroy anyone that gets in their way.

      To think that numerous people who saw Trump as a threat acted on their own without any support or influence of others is naive.

    171. Tgca says:

      Liz Cheney now playing the bigoted victim. Imagine making these claims about women or minorities and see how that would play out.

      “Let me also say this to the little girls and to the young women who are watching tonight – these days, for the most part, men are running the world and it is really not going that well.”

    172. NYCmike says:

      #176 – this comment shows that jason refuses to look at any opposing viewpoint.

      We are NOW in a nation where moral relativism is the normal way of things. What we know to be right and/or wrong has been replaced with “each persons unique Truth”. Total horsecr*p, but tell that to most of the Democratic Party.

      The fact that jason refuses to see that new paradigm is a reflection of his own stubbornness.

    173. NYCmike says:

      There was actually a journo-list back when AndreW Breitbart first came upon the scene. All of the media bigwigs would be sent the same talking points each morning.

      Those who worked in government would simply follow the narrative set by the newscasts.

      Abraham Accords being signed = GOOD for Trump – don’t broadcast.

      Cassidy Hutchinson error-riddled “testimony” = BAD for Trump – hail her as Mother Teresa and the bravest woman (no definition needed) ever born!

    174. Bitterlaw says:

      I have considered the arguments of those who believe in Deep State. There is no Deep State. Both can be true.

    175. Tgca says:


      What kind of parent allows their 2 to 3 year-old child chant anti-ABORTION protests.

    176. Tgca says:

      I have considered Bitters view on the Deep State, as well as the existence of the Deep State.


    177. Gordon Allen says:

      #179. I agree with you

    178. Gordon Allen says:

      # 179. # 185 was the only way to get by the Censors.
      Two “moderations” about agreeing with your characterization of somebody as “stubborn”.
      No joke

    179. SanDiegoCitizen says:

      For those who think the race between Lee and McMullin in Utah is not close, here is another poll that shows Utah politics is different than the rest of the nation:

      “The Deseret News and Hinckley Institute of Politics poll found that 51% of Utah voters believed Mr. Romney best represented their political and policy preferences, compared with 37% who picked Mr. Trump. Another 12% picked neither politician.”

    180. Tina says:

      Quittens Romney and Loon Cheney.

      Thst should be the 2024 ticket.

    181. NYCmike says:

      #187 -I would say that Affluence combined with thrift, morality, and humility, along with PLENTY OF LAND, so that you very rarely have to deal directly with the real affects of Big Government makes for a short-sighted populace.

      Utah was probably one of the states least affected, one way or the other, by Trump policies, so its citizens consider his personal habits more critically than other areas of the country.

    182. Bitterlaw says:

      I have been posting here for 18 years. Everybody gets put in moderation at some point. Somehow, only Gordon is being singled out for nefarious reasons.

    183. Tgca says:


      Folks from Utah are moronic f*ckin idiots you mean, riiiiight?

      Mitt Romney is an opportunistic traitor and if the idiots from Utah don’t see, f*ck them too.

    184. jason says:

      I have considered the arguments of those who believe in Deep State. There is no Deep State. Both can be true.”

      I have considered them too.

      Considered them conspiracy theory garbage.

    185. jason says:

      Of course Tgca tries to muddle the waters by admitting there is no “organization”.

      I agree. There is no “Deep State” organization. And if there is no organization there is no leadership and there is no structure and there are no members.

      There are ideologically driven people in government agencies (elections have consequences) who do believe the ends justify the means.

      But that does not constitute any “Deep State” BS.

    186. jason says:

      There was actually a journo-list back when AndreW Breitbart first came upon the scene. All of the media bigwigs would be sent the same talking points each morning.”

      This is “Deep State”?


      This is an example of left wing partisan dishonest journalism, yes.

      Deep State? No.

    187. jason says:

      Kooky ideas are not “opposing viewpoints”.

      They are kooky ideas.

    188. Cash Cow TM says:

      WV revenue report for FY 2022 which ended yesterday.

      “Original Fiscal Year 2022 YTD [REVENUE] Estimate

      Fiscal Year 2022 YTD [ACTUAL REVENUE] Collections

      Fiscal Year 2022 YTD Performance vs. Original Estimate
      [REVENUE Exceeding estimates by $1,318,283,095

      SO–WV BUDGET SURPLUS for the year ending yesterday is $1,318,283,095

      Put that in your pipe and smoke it.

    189. Cash Cow TM says:

      Well, this is enlightening as to why the 2020 POTUS election turned out the way it did.

      Interesting read.
      Highly recommend all here take time to read it.


    190. Wes says:

      So the WV state surplus equates to about 34¢ for every year Walt has been alive. Fascinating.

    191. Sheeple,Jr. says:

      Here is the just-released July,2022 Harvard CAPS/Harris Poll.
      If you were Biden and/or the Democrats, this poll would keep you up at night! Read the whole thing.

    192. Wes says:

      Sure. Galvanize right-leaning voters by impeaching a conservative Associate Justice right before an election. What could possibly go wrong?

    193. Bitterlaw says:

      We have accepted that Walt is as old as the Earth. What if he is older? And not from Earth?

    194. Bitterlaw says:

      I uncovered evidence of a secret cabal of ideologues who worked to change the American way of life in the 1930s and 1940s. Oh, wait. It wasn’t Deep State. It was the New Deal. And it wasn’t secret.

    195. Tom says:

      Beta O’Rourke transitions genders in a new ad .. to a man. Unbelievable.

    196. Wes says:

      As an enthusiast of paleontology–in particular, the dinosaurs and other reptiles dominant during the Mesozoic Era–I always thought Brontosaurus was a bastard synonym for Apatosaurus. Now I learn they are indeed separate genera of animals. It’s good to see one of the most famous dubious taxa of dinosaurs restored to a legitimate genus:

    197. Bitterlaw says:

      I always felt the diplodocus never got the attention it deserved. It seemed like a dinosaur you could have a beer with. It also had a fun name to say.

    198. Gordon Allen says:

      This notion of a solitary ” Deep State organization” is a quintessential strawman.
      It is an overwhelming body of career government employees with broadly shared views. It exists,and is a chronic problem for conservative executives.

    199. Gordon Allen says:

      Unlike anyone here,I think, I’ve had personal experience with it.
      The Governor I worked for,Governor Thomas J Meskill( 1971-75) had an immediate staff of young people( 20’s) whose job was inter alia to give backbone to our appointed Commissioners( agency heads)

    200. Gordon Allen says:

      Each and everyone had bureaucratic ” civil servants” who from the git go opposed virtually every initiative we had.
      Did they conspire agency to agency? No
      But they ” independently” acted virtually identically,as they had a

    201. Gordon Allen says:

      Almost 100 % Uniformity of attitude against the Republican ( nicknamed the ” Reagan of the East) Governor.
      Any Republican Predident will face virtually monolithic opposition within the government, and that’s the reality of it.Call it what you will
      I call it the permanent Staye.

    202. jason says:

      “It is an overwhelming body of career government employees with broadly shared views.”

      That is not a “Deep State”.

      I said basically the same thing.

      “There are ideologically driven people in government agencies (elections have consequences) who do believe the ends justify the means.”

      Deep State implies there is some kind of supra organization within the government. There is no evidence of that. Zero. Zilch. Nada.

      We can all agree the Dems (and the academic liberal intelligentsia) have filled government agencies with liberals. And we can agree that some of these people are willing to put their allegiance to their ideology above anything else.

      But there is no Deep State, that is for conspiracy theory fruitcakes.

    203. jason says:

      Pima Co Az Dems shared a “F–k the 4th” flyer.

      Now they are saying they will “do better” next time.

      “1/3 PCDP posted a graphic advertising a women’s march which, we agree, was in poor taste. We were eager to share the event, and in our haste we used the graphic provided by the event organizer. That was a mistake, and we will do better.”

    204. jason says:

      They were eager to share the “f–k the 4th” event, but they think the flyer was in “poor taste”.

    205. Wes says:

      Out of sauropods, I prefer the Brachiosaurus, Bitter. It’s cool to imagine something the size of a blue whale walking around on land.

      Diplodocus was basically a sauropod on a diet given how slender it was compared to most of the other sauropod genera.

      Of course even cooler than the sauropods was the Plateosaurus, which was a prosauropod, basically a relatively small (about the size of a killer whale) sauropod from the Triassic Period–the first and strangest period of dinosaurs–that could walk bipedally rather than quadrupedally.

    206. jason says:

      Hilarious how the “Deep State” believers have to keep explaining that by “Deep State” they don’t really mean “Deep State”.

      When you have to keep explaining that your idea is not really what you say it is then there is something wrong with your idea.

    207. jason says:

      wes, do you ever watch a reality show, Dino Hunters, of dinosaur hunters in Montana and Wyoming as they uncover bones.

      It always amazes me how they they brush dirt off a small bone and almost immediately say what kind of dinosaur and bone it was. These guys are basically cowboys and ranchers who have learned a lot on their own.

      It is staged? Probably, but still the information is interesting and the bones are real.

    208. Wes says:

      I’ve never watched it, Jason. I have watched paleontology videos before, but the scientists in the videos I watch always wait till they have something resembling confirmation of the genus they’re looking at before attempting identification.

      Most fossils are incomplete because of various factors, so it’s nearly impossible to determine what kind of animal someone is looking at without detailed study in a lab.

      For example, as I noted above, Brontosaurus was thought to be the same as Apatosaurus because the two were similar animals discovered by rival paleontologists around the same time. Recent investigation has proved Brontosaurus is its own genus of animal though and is not an outdated synonym for Apatosaurus.

    209. Tgca says:

      Oh puhleeeez!

      You wussy northerners watch dinosaurs in documentaries when I walk among them in danger daily.

      That’s why I NEVAH leave my house without my Ruger 9mm 17 mag and extra clip because I never know when I’ll be confronted by one of these ferocious prehistoric beasts. If 34 rounds won’t stop them…oh well.

    210. Robbie says:

      Brigitte Gabriel
      Mike Lindell is one of the premier election experts in the world. We need more smart people like him leading our nation.

      – Many people are saying this.

    211. Tgca says:


      So if your choices are Joe Biden and Mike Lindell, who do you choose?

    212. MichiganGuy says:

      Brigitte Gabriel

      The best thing we can do for America right now is stop the Democrats and bring Trump back in 2024

    213. MichiganGuy says:

      I wonder if Robbie saw that tweet. lol

    214. Robbie says:

      As I predicted, the MAGA morons have begun to attack Ron DeSantis. Newsmax host Greg Kelly called DeSantis a career politician and warned him not to run against MAGA daddy. Look for the Trump worshippers to accuse DeSantis of not being loyal to Donnie. It’s coming.

    215. Robbie says:

      MichiganGuy says:
      July 2, 2022 at 12:24 pm
      Brigitte Gabriel

      The best thing we can do for America right now is stop the Democrats and bring Trump back in 2024

      – Eh. She’s a clown looking for engagement numbers on Twitter so I’m not surprised she wants to reinstate twice impeached Trump as president.

      She’d be exactly the kind of bottom feeder I’d expect to be a cabinet secretary in the mythical second Trump term.

    216. NYCmike says:

      “She’s a clown looking for engagement numbers on Twitter….”

      -Which is exactly why you were the one who found her!

      Did she steal your red shoes?