Exclusive — Mike Pence: 2020 Election a Choice Between ‘Leadership’ in Donald Trump and ‘the Left’ in Joe Biden

Vice President Mike Pence told Breitbart News exclusively on Thursday that the “stakes have never been higher” than the 2020 presidential election in a choice between “leadership” from President Donald Trump and the radical “left” from former Vice President Joe Biden.

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President Trump slams Joe Biden’s ‘Build Back Better’ economic plan

President Trump has expressed that his Democrat opponent has no original thoughts when it comes to handling the economy. While speaking to reporters on Friday, the president slammed presumptive Democrat nominee Joe Biden for his economic plan.

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Sanders: Biden Could Become ’The Most Progressive President Since FDR’

Reprinted with permission from Alternet With the presidential election less than four months away, more specifics are emerging about the policy agenda of former Vice President Joe Biden — who has been making an effort to unite the centrist and liberal/progressive wings of the Democratic Party. Many on the left were critical of Biden's centrist record during the Democratic presidential primary, including Sen. Bernie Sanders of Vermont. But some liberals and progressives now find themselves warming up to Biden's policy agenda, and Sanders recently told MSNBC that the "compromises" Biden has in mind on health care, the economy and other issues would, if implemented, make him "the most progressive president since FDR." Some of the specifics of Biden's policy agenda are outlined by liberal Washington Post columnist Greg Sargent, who generally likes what he is hearing from the former vice president and ex-U.S. senator. Sargent, in his column, explains that Biden's economic plan "draws a stark contrast with (President Donald) Trump on two fronts — his failure to mobilize a robust federal response to the coronavirus pandemic, and his full-on embrace of GOP plutocracy…. The core of the Biden plan is a pledge to 'use the full power of the federal government' to 'rebuild U.S. domestic manufacturing capacity' and fortify 'supply chains' to ensure availability of 'critical supplies' in 'future crises.' It envisions $700 billion in new spending to stimulate demand for U.S.-manufactured products and on research into clean energy and digital technologies." The "U.S.-manufactured products" part is important. In 2016, "made in the U.S.A." was a key element of Trump's platform — and as conservative Washington Post columnist Jennifer Rubin noted this week, Biden is making U.S.-based manufacturing a priority. Brian Kilmeade suggests you should be scared of the claim that Joe Biden could be the most progressive president si… https://t.co/CuUweszSSf — Bobby Lewis (@Bobby Lewis)1594294053.0Sargent notes that Biden's "plan would tighten rules to ensure products purchased by the federal government are comprehensively made in the United States. The review would determine supply chain 'vulnerabilities' to reduce dependence on China for — among other things — medical supplies, and create a more robust domestic 'stockpile' and 'manufacturing capacity' in crisis conditions." Samuel Hammond, director of welfare policy at the Niskanen Center, explained: "The Trumpian approach is purely negative: throw tariffs up and hope manufacturing jobs will miraculously return. Biden's approach is to level up American workers and make our supply chains more resilient. Trump just wants to turn back the clock on globalization." One of the many issues that Biden hotly debated with other presidential candidates during the Democratic primary debates was health care. All of the candidates said they wanted universal health coverage, but how they hoped to achieve it varied considerably. Sanders and Sen. Elizabeth Warren proposed abandoning private insurance in favor of a government-operated Medicare-for-all program, while Biden, Sen. Amy Klobuchar of Minnesota and other centrists argued in favor of an aggressive expansion of the Affordable Care Act of 2010. NBC News reporter Marianna Sotomayor described Biden's health care plan this week as "Affordable Care Act 2.0." The plan would build on Obamacare, according to Sotomayor, and would allow Americans to either keep their private insurance or "buy into" a "Medicare-like" public option. Liberal economist and New York Times columnist Paul Krugman has said that Biden's "major expansion of Obamacare...would probably get us close to universal coverage." The fact is that whatever you may say about Biden's past positions, the policies he's advocating now are remarkably… https://t.co/4TTW0jsOmk — Paul Krugman (@Paul Krugman)1583434794.0Journalist Matthew Yglesias, in Vox, reports that Biden's proposals on housing are receiving positive feedback from "Columbia University scholars" as well as Mary Cunningham, vice president for metropolitan housing and communities policy at the Urban Institute. Cunningham told Vox: "Biden's plan is bold, comprehensive and will go a long way in making sure every American has a home. It's plainly obvious, in the middle of this pandemic, that home is more important than ever." Yglesias writes that according to Columbia scholars, Biden's "housing plan agenda" could "cut child poverty by a third." According to Yglesias, the "centerpiece" of Biden's plan is to "take America's biggest rental assistance program — Section 8 housing vouchers — and make it available to every family who qualifies. The current funding structure leaves out around 11 million people, simply because the pot allocated by Congress is too small." The Vox journalist explains that Stephanie Collyer and Chris Wimer of Columbia University's Center on Poverty and Social Policy, upon analyzing Biden's housing plan, find that "the properly measured poverty rate falls by 22 percent under this proposal, while child poverty falls by 34 percent. Not bad for a policy that would cost just a fraction of Trump's tax cuts."

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As the U.S. Elections Approaches, Thousands of Immigrants are Gaining U.S. Citizenship

The following article, As the U.S. Elections Approaches, Thousands of Immigrants are Gaining U.S. Citizenship, was first published on Big League Politics. America’s foreign voter base continues to grow ahead of the 2020 presidential election. John Binder of Breitbart News noted that this is “adding a bloc of first-time foreign-born voters to the electorate.” The last few months has seen delays in naturalization ceremonies thanks to the Wuhan virus pandemic. As of June, the United States Citizenship […] Continue reading: As the U.S. Elections Approaches, Thousands of Immigrants are Gaining U.S. Citizenship ...

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Trump Has 91% Chance of Re-Election, According to Model That Correctly Predicted 25 of the Last 27 Elections

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Kanye West says he’s OK taking Black voters away from Joe Biden — thus helping Trump’s reelection — as he launches his wild card presidential bid

Rapper and business mogul Kanye West has provided more details about his surprise bid for the presidency in an interview with Forbes. West said that he was OK with the prospect of siphoning off Black voters from Democratic candidate Joe Biden, which could damage Biden's chances of winning in November.  "To say that the Black vote is Democratic is a form of racism and white supremacy," West told Forbes. He said that though he no longer supports President Donald Trump, he would not run against him as a Republican. Instead, he said he is creating his own political party: The Birthday Party. Visit Business Insider's homepage for more stories. Rapper and business mogul Kanye West told Forbes he no longer supports President Donald Trump and is happy siphoning Black voters off Joe Biden as he discussed his unexpected bid for the 2020 presidency. West's announcement, made via tweet last Saturday, that he was launching a late-stage bid for the presidency made a splash on social media — and was greeted with skepticism in many quarters. In an interview with Forbes, published Wednesday, West gave more detail about his decision to run, telling the magazine: "Like anything I've ever done in my life, I'm doing to win." He told the publication that he would not be running as a Republican or Democrat but creating his own party: The Birthday Party. Some have seen West's run as a plot to weaken Biden's voter base. When asked whether he was helping Trump clinch a second term by taking away Black voters from Joe Biden, he said: "I'm not denying, I just told you. To say that the Black vote is Democratic is a form of racism and white supremacy." However, West was critical of President Donald Trump — for whom he's expressed support in the past.  "It looks like one big mess to me," he said of Trump's recent performance as president. "I don't like that I caught wind that he hid in the bunker." But he went on to temper his criticism, saying: "Trump is the closest president we've had in years to allowing God to still be part of the conversation." He also said he would not run against Trump as a Republican. "I would run as a Republican if Trump wasn't there. I will run as an independent if Trump is there," West told Forbes. West is one of the few celebrities who have expressed support for Trump, and in a recent Wall Street Journal interview likened criticism of his backing of the president to a form of racial profiling.  But some have questioned whether Kanye's bid is even serious, pointing out that the star has not filed official papers to declare his candidacy or create a campaign infrastructure. It is already too late for West to file as an independent candidate in four states, as Business Insider reported Saturday. In the Forbes interview, West also dismissed claims that the announcement was a publicity stunt for his new album. Read more:  Kanye West said Elon Musk is advising him on his 2020 presidential bid and they've been talking about it for years Kanye West says he had the coronavirus but peddles unfounded conspiracies about vaccines Kanye West and Elon Musk took a photo together, and there's a lot going onNOW WATCH: 7 secrets about Washington, DC landmarks you probably didn't know See Also: Trump's White House press secretary invoked the 'Armenian genocide,' but the US government has never officially recognized it and this could anger TurkeyCongress could see an influx of QAnon conspiracists join its ranks following this year's election cycleKatie Miller, wife of immigration hardliner Stephen Miller, said she was sent to visit child detention centers to become more compassionate 'but it didn't work,' new book says

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‘It’s egregious’: thousands of mail-in ballots could be rejected over small errors

Voting rights advocates are worried about a surge in ‘arbitrary’ ballot rejections – over signatures and cutoff dates – this fall Rosalie Weisfeld doesn’t skip elections – she just doesn’t. The 64-year-old lives in McAllen, near the Texas-Mexico border, and she votes in the contests that a lot of people sit out – races for school board, water district and local runoffs. In the more than 40 years she’s been registered to vote, Weisfeld only remembers missing one election. Continue reading...

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Kanye West takes anti-vaccine, anti-abortion stance in US presidential bid

Rapper also unveils intention to end police brutality, return ‘fear and love of God’ to schools and appoint Elon Musk to run space programme Kanye West has given more details about the policy platform he will adopt in his bid to become US president in November, declaring himself anti-abortion, sceptical about a Covid-19 vaccine and keen to return “fear and love of God” to education. In an interview with Forbes, he announced that he would run under the banner of the Birthday party, “because when we win it’s everybody’s birthday”. His campaign slogan is a leaner version of Barack Obama’s “Yes we can” message, reading simply “YES”. Continue reading...

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House bid to remove Confederate statues at Capitol sets up fight with Senate

As demands for racial justice dominate the national consciousness, the House is moving along a draft Legislative Branch spending bill that would mandate statues of Confederates and others “with unambiguous records of racial intolerance” be removed from the Capitol. But the top Legislative Branch appropriator on the Senate panel, Chairwoman Cindy Hyde-Smith, is not calling […] The post House bid to remove Confederate statues at Capitol sets up fight with Senate appeared first on Roll Call.

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Biden Ad Features Woman Attacking Trump on COVID, Fails To Mention Her $27,000 in PPP Money

If you’re Joe Biden and you’re going to argue President Donald Trump hasn’t helped to small businesses, and you’re going to do this in a campaign advertisement that highlights the owner of a small business, it helps if your people choose a small business that didn’t receive help from the federal government headed by Donald… The post Biden Ad Features Woman Attacking Trump on COVID, Fails To Mention Her $27,000 in PPP Money appeared first on The Western Journal.

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Supreme Court Issues Key Electoral College Ruling

The Supreme Court ruled unanimously Monday that states can require presidential electors to back their states’ popular vote winner in the Electoral College. The ruling, just under four months before the 2020 election, leaves in place laws in 32 states and the District of Columbia that bind electors to vote for the popular-vote winner, and… The post Supreme Court Issues Key Electoral College Ruling appeared first on The Western Journal.

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The Civil War Election

s the summer of our discontent drags on, the fall of 2020 will bring with it either the fall of America or its rise from the ashes. This Independence Day, the battle lines were drawn unambiguously, and the fate of our nation truly does rest on the decision of the American voters in November. It […] The post The Civil War Election appeared first on American Greatness.

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TikTok teens and the Trump campaign: How social media amplifies political activism and threatens election integrity

The lower-than-expected attendance at President Trump’s rally in Tulsa on June 20 was attributed, at least in part, to an online army of K-pop fans who used the social network TikTok to organize and reserve tickets for the rally as a means of pranking the campaign. By Anjana Susarla, Michigan State University The Conversation Similarly, […] The post TikTok teens and the Trump campaign: How social media amplifies political activism and threatens election integrity appeared first on Red, Green, and Blue.

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Joe Biden Campaign Says They Will Not Hold Campaign Rallies Because Of The Coronavirus Pandemic

The post Joe Biden Campaign Says They Will Not Hold Campaign Rallies Because Of The Coronavirus Pandemic appeared first on American Lookout. Joe Biden is not going to hold any rallies for his presidential campaign. They are claiming this is because of the Coronavirus pandemic, but could it really be about something else? Could it be because Joe couldn’t fill a venue and because he doesn’t have the energy to stand for that long? AFP reports, via […] The post Joe Biden Campaign Says They Will Not Hold Campaign Rallies Because Of The Coronavirus Pandemic appeared first on American Lookout.

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Why Is This Ongoing American “Revolution” Bound To Fail?

Observed from outer space, the United States is in a revolutionary turmoil. Fires are burning, thousands of people are confronting police and other security forces. There are barricades, banners, posters, and there is rage. Rage is well justified. Grievances run deep, through the veins of a confused and socially insecure population, in both cities and the countryside. Minorities feel and actually are oppressed. Indeed they have been disgracefully oppressed, since the birth of the country, over two centuries ago (see my latest report carried by this magazine). There are some correct words uttered and written; many appropriate sentiments are expressed. And yet, and yet… It looks like a revolution, it feels like a revolution, but it is not a revolution. It definitely is not! Why? The post Why Is This Ongoing American “Revolution” Bound To Fail? appeared first on PopularResistance.Org.

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‘Godzilla’ dust storm arrives in US: See photos of the largest Saharan dust cloud in 50 years

After making a 5,000-mile journey across the Atlantic Ocean, dust from the Sahara Desert has arrived in the United States. Experts say this is the largest dust cloud in the last 50 years, prompting the nickname of "Godzilla" because of it's colossal size. To give you an idea of how enormous the Godzilla dust cloud is, here are images from the International Space Station. The station orbited above the shadow of the solar eclipse in Asia then the Saharan dust cloud over the Atlantic on… https://t.co/S03Lqh0OcY — Intl. Space Station (@Intl. Space Station)1592944657.0 "In terms of concentration and density and size, it is the most dust we've seen in 50 or 60 years," said Pablo Méndez Lázaro, who is an environmental health specialist with the University of Puerto Rico. The annual natural occurrence is officially called the "Saharan Air Layer." It is comprised of sand, dust, and particulate matter that gets swept up into the atmosphere from the massive Sahara Desert in North Africa. The dust gets trapped in the air, usually in a two-mile thick layer of the atmosphere. The SAL typically begins about a mile above the surface and winds transport it westward, according to the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration. "Saharan Air Layer activity usually ramps up in mid-June, peaks from late June to mid-August, and begins to rapidly subside after mid-August," the NOAA said. "The main impacts of the Saharan dust are a whitening of the sky during daylight hours, redder sunsets, and decreased air quality," the National Weather Service said. Saharan dust has caused hazy skies in the Southeast, lowering air quality and irritating allergies — but it also ma… https://t.co/al6KZ0gblz — CNN International (@CNN International)1593274485.0 The dust plume turns skies hazy, and visibility can be significantly diminished. It will sometimes leave a thin coating on the ground. The dust cloud can drastically reduce air quality. In the Caribbean this week, air quality plummeted to "hazardous" levels. People were warned to stay indoors, wear face masks, and use air filters. "The tiny dust particles contained in the plume will cause eye, nose and throat irritation for anyone who comes in their path, but particularly for allergy and asthma sufferers," Dr. J. Allen Meadows, president of the American College of Allergy, Asthma, and Immunology, said in a statement on Tuesday. The Sahara dust storm arrived in parts of the Caribbean and Mexico earlier this week, and is currently traveling through the United States. BREAKING - Massive Saharan dust cloud blankets the Caribbean, heads toward the United States now. #SaharanDust ove… https://t.co/7AeAtukU3G — Disclose.tv 🚨 (@Disclose.tv 🚨)1592855764.0 On Friday, there were hazy skies in Panama City Beach, Houston, and Corpus Christi. Sahara dust rolling into Panama City Beach @spann https://t.co/2OGDtGIFmi — Nicole Penny ☀ (@Nicole Penny ☀)1593177363.0 #SaharanDust arriving in Panama City Beach Thursday evening. Looks like a scene from another planet! 🪐 📸: Jennifer… https://t.co/VFjn3KF3O1 — Lauren Linahan (@Lauren Linahan)1593189564.0 SAHARAN DUST! ☀️🐪 A pilot and @WINKNews viewer sent me this earlier today above Florida at 15,000 ft. Wow!… https://t.co/6sSYNUoD5Y — Matt Devitt (@Matt Devitt)1593206221.0 How downtown Houston looks under a cloud of Saharan dust #Houston #TXWX #WX https://t.co/aGqC6JKAa5 — Sergio Chapa (@Sergio Chapa)1593181724.0 Brown Haze can be seen in the Sky over Corpus Christi this morning indicating the Saharan Dust has arrived. #stxwx https://t.co/aigikxVeQJ — NWS Corpus Christi (@NWS Corpus Christi)1593173044.0 The dust cloud arrived in Tulsa on Saturday. It has arrived! 👀 Green Country skies are browning up due to dust all the way from the SAHARAN DESERT! We'll have… https://t.co/R0S453B4ij — Michael Grogan (@Michael Grogan)1593262603.0 The Godzilla dust cloud is expected to continue moving north over the weekend, and reach Chicago by Sunday. The latest Saharan Dust Layer forecast keeps most of the dust in the SE 1/4 of the nation... but some of the thinne… https://t.co/q3rGxK3leq — Jeff Berardelli (@Jeff Berardelli)1593186199.0 ‘GODZILLA DUST CLOUD’: A massive dust plume from Africa’s Sahara desert is moving over the U.S. — stretching from T… https://t.co/vLAGMEoB2F — World News Tonight (@World News Tonight)1593230400.0 Models are forecasting another dust cloud entering the Gulf of Mexico next week. The one positive about Saharan dust clouds is that they suppress hurricanes, which is welcomed since the NOAA is predicting an above-average Atlantic hurricane season with the potential of "extreme activity" in the forecast. The dry desert air in the dust cloud inhibits the formation of tropical cyclone that needs warm, moist air. Giant Dust Cloud From The Sahara Arrives In The US | TODAY www.youtube.com

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Joe Biden is DOOMED

The following article, Joe Biden is DOOMED, was first published on The Black Sphere. As the election nears, the Democrats get more desperate. And their desperation shows everywhere, especially in the polls. Democrats’ demoralization strategy is pitiful and will be as successful as a snowball fight during an Arizona summer. But I realize people like to worry, especially God-fearing Conservatives. Why should we put our faith in God, when […] Continue reading Joe Biden is DOOMED ...

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Coronavirus US: Miami to close beaches as cases rise in more than 30 states – live

US deaths from Covid-19 have surpassed 125,000Survivors could lose insurance if Trump wins bid to repeal ObamacareTexas becomes a model for inadequate pandemic responseSign up to our First Thing newsletter 2.50pm BST … and welcome to another day of coverage of US politics, the coronavirus outbreak and anything in between. The US reported more than 45,000 new coronavirus cases on Friday, marking its biggest single-day jump yet. Overall, US deaths from Covid-19 have surpassed 125,000. After consulting with our County’s public health experts, I will be signing an emergency order on Saturday to close all beaches in Miami-Dade County starting Friday, July 3, and ending Tuesday, July 7. The closure may be extended if conditions do not improve and people do not follow New Normal rules requiring masks to be worn always inside commercial establishments and outdoors when social distancing of at least 6 feet is not possible. As we continue to see more COVID-19 positive test results among young adults and rising hospitalizations, I have decided that the only prudent thing to do to tamp down this recent uptick is to crack down on recreational activities that put our overall community at higher risk. Continue reading...

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We just got 2 huge red flags for the 2020 election — and the media must be prepared

On Tuesday, New York and Kentucky held major primary elections in their states. What are the results? We have some preliminary tallies and winners in some of the races, but for the final results — well, we’re going to have to wait a while. The reasons for the delay are various, as the New York […]

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Joe Rogan Calls Out Mainstream Media for “Completely Ignoring” Biden’s Cognitive Decline

The media is starkly ignoring it. Source:  Richard Moorhead  Podcaster and MMA commentator Joe Rogan called out what he’s describing as a refusal on the part of the mainstream media to recognize Joe Biden’s sharp cognitive decline on Friday. Rogan questioned what he sees as an inherently political approach on the Left and the media, […]

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George P. Bush Says He’ll Vote for Trump in 2020 Election

George P. Bush, Texas’s General Land Commissioner and nephew and grandson to U.S. presidents, said on June 9 that he will be voting for President Donald Trump in the November 2020 election. “Trump is the only thing standing between America and socialism,” Bush told The Dallas Morning News in a statement provided by his office. […]

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What You Need To Know About Today’s Elections In Georgia, Nevada, South Carolina and West Virginia

Election season once again forges ahead on Tuesday, as five states — Georgia, Nevada, North Dakota, South Carolina and West Virginia — hold their down-ballot primaries. So here’s a look at today’s key races — including whom Democrats will nominate in a crucial Senate race and whether a party-switching governor will go down in defeat […]

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