News Roundup! Zogby Poll, Who Is Attending PDJT’s Rallies, Ilhan & Rashida Not Welcomed In Israel, PDJT’s Presser, Winning For Truckers, Walmart Is Booming, U.S. Productivity Is Rising, Rally Recap Videos & Pictures, Get You KAG Hat…..

This had to cause convulsions amongst the Democrats, Leftists, MSM, Never Trumpers etc.

From the article linked above:

Trump’s support with his base has increased drastically; Nearly half of Hispanics approve of Trump

“President Trump continues to score well with younger Millennial voters aged 18-29 (46% approve/50% disapprove) and Generation Z voters aged 18-24 (44% approve/53% disapprove). Usually, Trump does best with voters over 50, but in our latest poll, he is receiving solid support from voters under 50–a majority of Generation X voters aged 30-49 approved of Trump’s job as president (51% approve/49% disapprove).

The President also received a good approval rating with voters aged 25-54; he received a majority job approval rating from older Millennial voters aged 25-34 (52% approve/47% disapprove) and middle aged voters aged 35-54 (52% approve/46% disapprove). Among the oldest voters surveyed-aged 65+ and 70+ , Trump’s job approval rebounded (57% approve/42% disapprove and 62% approve/38% disapprove, respectively). As per usual, the president did well with men (58% approve/41% disapprove) and he continued to improve his support with all women (44% approve/53% disapprove).”

NOTE: Our President only got 29% of Hispanics and 8% of Blacks votes in 2016 & still won!

Hispanics, this time around, were much more likely to approve of his job performance (49% approve/51% disapprove), while the president also saw his numbers jump with African Americans. This was his second straight poll with over a quarter support from African Americans (28% approve/70% disapprove).

More and more Democrats are attending our President’s rallies and throwing their support towards him.

People no longer feel the need to hide their support for our President.

PM Netanyahu’s government cited the continued effort of Rashida Tlaib (D-MI) and Ilhan Omar (D-MN) to advocate for the anti-Israel Boycott, Divestment and Sanctions (BDS) movement, as the reasons they notified Representatives Omar and Tlaib Wednesday night they would not be granted entry visas this weekend.

Our President sent out a few tweets before the decision was made.

From the article linked above:

Israel on Thursday barred Reps. Ilhan Omar and Rashida Tlaib from entering the Jewish state, citing their support for a Palestinian-led boycott movement — a decision that unleashed a torrent of condemnation by Democratic congressional lawmakers.

“The decision has been made, the decision is not to allow them to enter,” Israeli Deputy Foreign Minister Tzipi Hotovely told Israel’s Reshet Bet Radio.

[…]  Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu defended the announcement by Interior Minister Aryeh Deri by saying Israel is a “vibrant and free democracy” that is open to criticism of its policies, but “with one exception.”

“Israel’s law prohibits the entry of people who call and operate to boycott Israel, as is the case with other democracies that prevent the entry of people whose perception harms the country,” he said, according to The Jerusalem Post.

The decision was made by Netanyahu, Foreign Minister Israel Katz and Minister of Strategic Affairs Gilad Erdan.

“The State of Israel respects the US Congress, as part of the close alliance, but it is inconceivable that anyone who wishes to harm the State of Israel will be allowed, even during the visit,” a press statement said.

Our President shared some remarks on Israel’s decision before leaving for New Hampshire.

You can find the entire video below and transcript below.

https://publicpool.kinja.com/subject-remarks-by-president-trump-before-air-force-on-1837287958

More winning for American workers! This is what happens when you put America First.

From the article linked above:

  • Dozens of truck drivers have told Business Insider that an electronic-logging-device mandate to enforce hours-of-service rules had damaged their ability to make a living and made their jobs more unsafe.
  • But the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration on Wednesday proposed five changes to the hours-of-service rules.
  • The changes would save businesses across America some $274 million, the agency said.

One of the most despised trucking laws is set to get an overhaul.

The Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration, which oversees all of America’s commercial drivers, including its 1.8 million long-haul truckers, announced on Wednesday that it would modify its hours-of-service rules, which have been in place since 1937.

You can take your damn recession and stick it up your ass!

From the article linked above:

Walmart (WMT) reported better-than-expected second-quarter earnings early Thursday amid strong U.S. same-store sales and e-commerce growth as it fights for retail supremacy vs. Amazon.com (AMZN).

Estimates: Wall Street expected Walmart earnings per share to slip 6% to $1.21 as revenue ticks up 2% to $130.49 billion. Other estimates pegged sales at around $130.1 billion.

Same-store sales, excluding gas and foreign exchange impact, were seen ticking up 2% overall, according to Consensus Metrix. They were expected to increase by 2.5% at Walmart U.S. stores, and to inch up 0.6% at Sam’s Club stores.

Results: Walmart earnings dipped to $1.27 a share as revenue rose nearly 2% to $130.4 billion. U.S. same-store sales rose 2.8% at Walmart locations and 1.2% and Sam’s Club stores. Walmart’s U.S. e-commerce sales soared 37%, while Sam’s Club saw a 35% gain.

From the article linked above:

U.S. productivity increased at a decent pace in the second quarter, a trend that could lead to higher wages if it continues.

The Labor Department said Thursday that productivity — or output per hour worked — rose 2.3% in the April-June quarter, down from 3.5% in the first three months of the year. The first quarter gain was the best in four years.

Greater productivity is a key ingredient in raising living standards. It enables companies to lift worker pay without raising prices on costumers. The recovery, now in its 11th year, has been held back by historically weak productivity growth. 

Rally recap videos and pictures. Look at the size of the overflow crowd.

The reception our President got was absolutely amazing!

Our economy is booming.

The data speaks for itself.

Blue collar Americans are benefiting the most from MAGAnomics.

What an incredible agenda.

We truly are in charge under PDJT.

The Forgotten Men and Women are no longer forgotten under PDJT.

He is our President not the world’s president.

Live free or die!

We are all children of the same almighty God!

KAG it is! You can get your KAG hat at the link below.

We will never lose under PDJT!

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73 thoughts on “News Roundup! Zogby Poll, Who Is Attending PDJT’s Rallies, Ilhan & Rashida Not Welcomed In Israel, PDJT’s Presser, Winning For Truckers, Walmart Is Booming, U.S. Productivity Is Rising, Rally Recap Videos & Pictures, Get You KAG Hat…..

  1. This economic pundit understands exactly what our President is doing. He understands how Main Street is flourishing while Wall Street is floundering. Our President is killing globalization. Worth watching.

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    1. “It’s going to get tricky… In six months time we’re going to be talking about the rewiring of the interconnected economic system as de-globalization accelerates”

      That’s a paraphrase…

      BUT EPIC!!!

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  2. From a very funny Australian writer. Long read but worth it
    a US Election
    2nd July 2018 Comments (8)

    Tim Blair
    Columnist
    kerry IIWhat was the key to Donald Trump’s stunning 2016 US election victory over Hillary Clinton?

    The ABC’s Media Watch host Paul Barry has no doubts, declaring last year: “Tonight, in a special program, we’re going to look at how Facebook and Twitter allowed their platforms to be used by Russia to swing the US presidential election and divide America.”

    And there you have it.

    Forget Clinton’s dreadful campaigning and her complete misjudgment of the political mood in the US. Ignore how eight years of President Barack Obama had doubled his nation’s debt and halved its morale. Pay no mind to an electorate weary of professional politicians and their scorn for so-called “flyover states”. Dismiss as inconsequential the open hostility towards ordinary voters evident among the Clinton-adoring elite media.

    Tim Blair’s columns appear in every edition of Quadrant.
    Click here to subscribe and duck the paywall

    It was the Russians wot won it for Trump, plain and simple, and they achieved this merely by investing $146,000 or so in dumb Facebook ads and some Twitter nonsense. Or so the ABC (and many others) would have you believe.

    Well, even if it was true that Dimitri, Vladislav and their Moscow mates turned millions of voters away from Hillary—and it wasn’t—I’m here to tell you those Russian meddlers were absolute amateurs. Basic beginners. Total trainees. When it comes to fixing the 2016 US election, they had as much influence as the ABC’s charter has on the ABC. None, in other words.

    And I should know, because fourteen years ago I fixed the 2004 US election. And I did it without spending a single cent.

    You see, instead of buying ad space online, I used idiots. But not just any idiots. For a job like this, you need the highest-quality idiots you can possibly find. I’m talking about idiots so over-educated and under-aware that their idiocy is almost transcendent, and whose vast reserves of ignorance and imagined superiority are a rich, usually untapped source of international election-swinging power.

    I’m talking about British left-wing idiots.

    It all began on September 27, 2004, when I mocked a piece by the British Guardian newspaper’s Jonathan Freedland. He was deeply concerned about the upcoming election battle between incumbent George W. Bush and Democrat rival John Kerry, and proposed that people outside the US be allowed to cast a ballot.

    “If everyone in the world will be affected by this election,” Freedland pleaded, “shouldn’t everyone in the world have a vote?”

    In response, I suggested at my website a refinement to that idea: “Here’s a way Freedland and his fellow meddlers can still have their say in the USA: each could simply identify and adopt a random individual living in one of the battleground states and target that person with emails, letters, and telephone calls begging them to vote against Bush.

    “I’m sure average Americans will be pleased to receive whiny 3am calls from people called ‘Jonathan’, and will alter their vote accordingly.”

    Bugger me, but the Guardian actually ran with this. On October 13, I received an unbidden email from the Guardian containing “the address of your voter in Clark County, Ohio. Please use it wisely.”

    At the Guardian’s website, the just-launched Operation Clark County was explained in detail. “We have come up with a unique way for non-Americans to express your views on the policies and candidates in this election to some of the people best placed to decide its outcome,” the determinedly-lefty newspaper announced.

    By typing your email address into the box on this page you will be sent a name and address of a voter in Clark County, Ohio from the most recent publicly available voters roll. You may not have heard of it, but it’s one of the most marginal areas in one of the most marginal states.

    It’s a place where a change of mind among just a few voters could make a real difference.

    Writing to a Clark County voter is a chance to explain how US policies effect [sic] you personally, and the rest of the world more generally, and who you hope they will send to the White House.

    The Guardian later denied it lifted my idea, but that unsolicited e-mail remains one hell of a smoking gun. In any case, I didn’t mind, because from this point forward I knew exactly how things were going to work out. And it wouldn’t be pretty for the Guardian, John Kerry or Bush-hating leftists worldwide.

    Backlash came immediately. The Guardian was regarded as rather influential back in 2004, so Operation Clark County gained significant coverage throughout the US. As you might expect, of course, voters profoundly resented this intrusion. The US hadn’t fought the War of Independence in order to be patronised by General Gage’s pallid, noodle-limbed descendants.

    Instead of submitting to letters from the UK, Americans commenced a counter attack, bombarding individual Guardian staffers with hilariously abusive e-mails. “Real Americans aren’t interested in your pansy-ass, tea-sipping opinions,” read one typical missive. “If you want to have a meaningful election in your crappy little island full of yellow teeth, then maybe you should try not to sell your sovereignty out to Brussels,” roared another.

    In Clark County itself, the Guardian’s campaign “prompted a surge of indignant local voters calling the county’s Republican Party offering to volunteer for Mr Bush,” according to the UK Telegraph, which also noted “mounting evidence that urging foreigners to send anti-Bush letters to Clark County—an isolated slice of the rural mid-West—was only hurting Senator John Kerry.”

    Clark County’s local newspaper, the Springfield News-Sun, reported that the first woman to receive a letter from a Guardian reader, Kerry supporter Beverly Coale, promptly threw the document away for fear it was from a terrorist. Local Republican Party chairman Dan Harkins could not believe his luck. “This is a very competitive county, where the undecided vote is very small,” he said. “What the Guardian has done is firm up the Republican base. What a gift!”

    Belatedly realising the destruction their campaign had wrought, on October 22 the Guardian shut down Operation Clark County. “Somewhere along the line,” wrote Guardian supplement editor Ian Katz, who claimed to have conceived the plan, “the good-humoured spirit of the enterprise got lost in translation.” I suppose that’s what happens when you translate Australian sarcasm into British snobbery.

    But the best was yet to come. On election day in 2004, with the world fixated on the tight Kerry–Bush contest, I cared only for numbers emerging from Clark County and surrounding Ohio. Democrats had carried the county four years earlier by just 324 votes while Bush won the state by only 3.5 per cent, and he needed another Ohio win to continue his presidency.

    It didn’t look good for the Republican. Most Ohioan urban centres went strongly to Kerry, who also scored increased majorities in twelve of the state’s sixteen Democrat-leaning counties. As Slate’s Andy Bowers observed: “Kerry won every Gore county in Ohio except Clark.”

    Within that targeted county, however, it was a different story. “Nowhere among the Gore counties did more votes move from the blue to the red column than in Clark,” Bowers reported. “The Guardian’s Katz was quoted as saying it would be ‘self-aggrandising’ to claim Operation Clark County affected the election. Don’t be so modest, Ian.”

    Al Gore’s 324-vote Clark County victory margin became a 1600-vote swing to George W. Bush in 2004. “You may recall that the Guardian, the leftist British newspaper, convinced its readers to participate in a letter-writing campaign to the residents of Clark County, asking them to vote for Kerry to save the world from Dubya,” National Review Online’s Michael Ledeen summarised.

    “To say this scheme backfired is to fail to give it proper credit. It ranks right up there with the worst political schemes, ever.”

    “Could the Guardian and its Operation Clark County be responsible for a second Bush term?” wondered BBC correspondent Kevin Anderson, who also picked up this happy note sent by a US reader of the Guardian’s website: “Just wanted to thank the Guardian for helping deliver Ohio to Bush. Cheers!” In a post-election interview, Ian Katz lamented: “We didn’t get Kerry elected and nobody’s going to be hiring me as a political strategist.”

    Bush finally prevailed in Ohio by a mere 2.1 per cent. The state clearly swerved towards Kerry, only for his advantage to hit the Operation Clark County wall. Here’s a fun little exercise: shift Bush’s twenty Ohio electoral college votes into Kerry’s column. Hey presto! Ladies and gentlemen, by a margin of 271 to 266, John Forbes Kerry is the forty-fourth President of the United States.

    And it might have turned out precisely that way if the Guardian hadn’t taken my unintentional bait. Fixing US elections is easy and fun. All you need are the right people on your team.

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    1. Oh my word! If that is true that is the most HILARIOUS POLITICAL BACKFIRE I have ever heard!

      2004 was pretty epic, I have to say…

      2006 was a real kick in the tail. I think it was the Atlantic that reported it, “They’ll never see it coming” – how the Dems used large numbers of small donations to move political money around on the chessboard…

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      1. Tim Blair is a gem for witty writing. A lot of it is of no interest to Americans but he’s besties with david burge (Iowa Hawk). They holiday together at environmental nightmare gas guzzling Motorsport events.

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  3. Thursday morning, SMH, news yammering about recession, massive sell off…MCM and pundits going crazy. Everything except jumping off sky scrapers. Then I see Wilbur on, IIRC, CNBC calmly talking facts…recessions happen, but does not see one the horizon by his assessment. AND, the blip MCM and pundits spazzed over represents 1/1000 of 1 percent. Me thinks that is the very definition of insignificant. An outlier of sorts. Financial and economic gurus here can calibrate my thoughts if I goofed here.
    .
    .
    Great t-shirt Carly (video clip above)…”Hell yea I voted for Trump. And I will do so again.” Last few words not 100% clear, but I’ll bet that is what is said.

    She is one of those shy Trump voters from 2016 that are no longer inhibited by BS MCM Trump bashing.

    We’ve known it all along. America has been and is waking up. D-Rats have nothing America wants.

    Winning is wonderful.

    Just checked Trump 2020, no rallies listed. Seems like one more in August would be nice, a coupe in September.

    G’nite all;-)

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  4. Hope progressives predicting a recession REEEEEEEALLY buy into the “recession is coming” BS. It would be great to take their money and limit their contributions to the idiots they support next year.

    Win win!

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  5. The recovery, now in its 11th year, has been held back by historically weak productivity growth.”

    ______________

    BULL.

    Eight years of Hussein with his big, smelly Kenyan foot on the throat of the economy, with countless new stifling regulations, and engineering Anti-American exfiltration ‘agreements’ (TPP, Paris Accords, Carbon Idiocy, etc.) do NOT COUNT as part of the ‘recovery’.

    It’s NOT a ‘recovery’ when your own head coach is intentionally LOSING the game for you!

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    1. The ‘recovery’ is in its THIRD year.

      The recovery — for just about everything having to do with America — began in January 2017, when DJT was sworn in.

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  6. Winning for truckers is so important. They are a political action group in motion. Hard to pin down for a rally, but aware of so much going on in our republic. Before the 2016 election, a lady trucker approached me and told me how critical it was that I vote for Trump. She explained that she’s a trucker and stopped everyone she met to explain why they must vote for President Trump. I told her I sincerely agreed with her position and thanked her for her efforts to support Trump. It made me realize that our truckers are a huge potential voting block, ignored by liberals. We depend on truckers to bring us everything we need to survive. God bless them and keep them safe.

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    1. AMEN!

      And the DemonRats — OH!Bummer really screwed the truckers when they changed the regs to allow MEXICANS to haul freight from Mexico to the interior USA destinations.

      US truckers LOST ALL the Mexican import business!

      Jan 09, 2015 · Mexican truckers allowed to operate in U.S.

      The DOT says the policy will end roughly $2 billion in tariffs imposed on U.S. goods by Mexico as a retaliatory measure for the U.S. not meeting its NAFTA obligations. The tariffs have been in place since 2001, when a NAFTA panel determined the U.S. was not complying with cross-border trucking provisions of NAFTA…..

      https://www.truckersnews.com/mexican-truckers-allowed-to-operate-in-u-s

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  7. Pastor Robert Jeffress, bigtime Trump supporter, was on Shannon Bream’s show last night talking about the two Jihad Girls that Israel had denied entry to.

    Jeffress has been to Israel several times.

    Jeffress said that he had called and talked to the Israeli Foreign Minister (I think it was) and was told that they were going to allow the two congresswomen entry into their country, initially…

    The Israelis had told the two women that they wanted to sit down with them and discuss their concerns.
    But the women refused!

    Nooo…they only wanted permission to visit the Palestinian sector there!
    In other words, they were only interested in propaganda material.

    That’s when the Israelis said…”Nope. You’re not approved for entry.”

    Heheh.
    😏😄

    Thanks for these Great News Roundups, Fle!
    You’re the best.
    😁🥰👍

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    1. Yeah and the MCM won’t talk about the REST of the story…

      So leave it to POTUS to hammer the issue home.

      If he hadn’t stepped in, it would’ve been the entire MCM against Israel. Now they have to fight POTUS, not Israel.

      BRILLIANTING.

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      1. “It’s Getting Ready To Blow”

        ________________

        I’m not ready!

        Somebody put the breaks on this thing!

        I need more time!

        Do another ‘tick, tock’ or something!

        [said nobody, anywhere, ever] 😁

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        1. Either!

          It’s just amusing, you can tell when she goes off-script for clarification or revealing her personal opinion. It’s good, makes her much more personable or relatable, like she’s one of us (which she clearly seems to be), than ‘regular’ talking heads, who pretend at being neutral, but are obviously Leftists.

          Going by all of the evidence, I think neutrality or impartiality is practically impossible.

          Which is why it makes more sense to have conservative reporters, to offset the traitor Leftist reporters.

          Instead, we have clowns like Faux News who pretend at ‘fair and balanced’, and there is no open counterpoint to the overt Leftism of the rest of the MSM.

          I have said for many years that if there was an openly Conservative news organization as a counterpoint to the MSM, it would get ALL of Faux News’ audience, and Faux News would go bankrupt.

          At its best, Faux News is MSM-lite.

          Why would any Conservative stick with MSM-lite, if full strength Conservative News was available?

          They wouldn’t.

          Fox News is a fraud. They don’t have the courage of their supposed convictions, aiming instead for an imaginary middle ground between “treason” (the Left) and truth.

          Every time they claim ‘balance’, I wonder ‘balanced’ between what?

          Truth and lies?

          You take the middle ground between truth (reality) and lies (Leftist narrative)?

          What good is that?

          Either stand for the truth, or get out of the way!

          Fox News does neither.

          They don’t stand for truth (opting for a ‘balance’ with the lies of the Left), and they stand in the way of any genuine Conservative News getting started.

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            1. “How did we go from Gina to Faux News, scott?”

              ______________

              I was contrasting Faux News (which I don’t like anymore, for the most part) with Gina Shakespeare, who I do like, and who doesn’t try to hide her conservative viewpoint, but wears it proudly. 🙂

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  8. 70 years ago – General Omar Bradley became the first Chairman of the Joint Chiefs.

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  9. IMO – 3 Strikes and you’re out if you enter once deported.

    Child rapists should not get 3 strikes – Put them down like animals.

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    1. So what are they planning to do in California? Will police be sent to every home where a convicted felon, recipient of a restraining order or patient of a psychologist resides? If so, they’re going to be kept real busy. And what about our 4th Amendment against unwarranted searches?

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      1. On top of that are they now going to have police officers/offices ever 10/20 block radius.
        Already an average of 10 mins plus to get a 911 response. H3LL sometimes it takes 10 mins just to get the call answered. (know from personal experience).

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  10. Building on Flep’s ongoing tracking of the black vote and how it is trending towards PDJT, I found this video enlightening. It’s lengthy, but worth the watch.

    The moderator had excellent questions for this group of black American voters, of whom were roughly split down the middle regarding being liberal or conservative. It was also interesting to hear the views of a couple black gay men – one of whom was Conservative while the other liberal.

    The discussion tended to be a bit dominated by a couple of the conservative voices, but it didn’t ruin the overall impression.

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  11. Is this America or Somalia?

    Posted by Kane on August 16, 2019 1:05 pm

    https://www.citizenfreepress.com/breaking/is-this-america-or-somalia/

    Liked by 2 people

  12. BOMBSHELL: Ilhan Omar And Rashida Tlaib’s Israel Trip Was Funded By WHO?
    https://capitalhill.org/2019/08/16/bombshell-ilhan-omar-and-rashida-tlaibs-israel-trip-was-funded-by-who/

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