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Question for Arkansians: What's your gut feeling on how well the Con's support is faring in AR?

with headlines like below and te rate showing Biden 45% to the Idiot's 47% it's a statistical tie.

Could Trump Lose Arkansas? Poll Shows Dead Heat, But Experts Are Skeptical.

Opinions split on poll showing Trump support down in state

Reason why i ask is weekend before last hubby & i just visited his parents who retired to a farm an hour north of Little Rock (they're 2 liberal doctors, not farmers, but raise horses). I had expected to see lots of pro-trump signs along the way, but surprisingly did not see even one, contrary to 2016 when there were lots.

Ouwie ouwie ouwie ouwie

Got my flu & 1st shingles shots. Shingles vaccination was painful as heck! Sorry im a wuss & needle averse

Anyhoo, while waiting @the drugstore i had on my sun visor w Biden 4 President button pinned smack in the middle, received several compliments about it from the people around me, including from the pharmacist. Made me think to myself if this is a sign of things to come - a change in the American psyche that this is our point of reckoning. I left the place in slightly more pain than when i entered it, but glad that the good folks i met all seemed they would be voting for Biden.

Quinnipiac University Poll: Biden leads Trump by 8 points in Pennsylvania, 3 in Florida


Democratic candidate Joe Biden leads Trump by 8 percentage points — 52 percent to 44 percent — among likely voters in Pennsylvania, according to a survey conducted by Quinnipiac University. That same poll shows Biden ahead by 3 points — 48 percent to 45 percent — in Florida, a lead that falls within the survey's margin of error.

The Quinnipiac poll is one of several released in recent days that show Biden has maintained his lead both nationally and in key swing states in the wake of last month's nominating conventions. Trump has denounced polls that show him trailing as "fake," recalling the 2016 election, when he similarly trailed in public polling but was victorious on election night.

In Pennsylvania and Florida, those polled overwhelmingly said they had made up their minds with little chance of changing who they support on Election Day. In Florida, 93 percent of respondents said they were sure of their choice, while 94 percent said so in Pennsylvania.

Among Biden supporters in both states, the majority said their choice was motivated by a distaste for Trump. In Florida, 64 percent of respondents backing Biden said it was because they disliked Trump, and 65 percent said the same among supporters in Pennsylvania. Meanwhile, 53 percent of Trump supporters in both states said their choice was motivated by an affinity for the president.

The Quinnipiac University poll was conducted from Aug. 28-Sept. 1, reaching 1,235 likely Florida voters and 1,107 likely Pennsylvania voters via both cellphone and landline. The margin of error for the Pennsylvania survey was plus or inus 2.8 percentage points and the margin of error for the Florida results was plus or minus 3 points.

This is great news. From 538 yesterday, Monmouth's poll yesterday had Biden's PA lead at only 3%.

Did i read this correctly: "When you take on the swamp, the swamp fights back"


The impeachment trial of President Donald Trump seemed like it would have massive implications when it took place ― somehow only ― earlier this year. But among Trump’s most fervent supporters, it has served as a rallying cry. At the Republican National Convention this week, for example, speakers repeatedly brought up that their presidential candidate was nearly thrown out of office over corruption.
Rather than shirking away from the fact that Trump was one of only three U.S. presidents to be impeached, Republicans flaunted it to proclaim the president is perpetually and unfairly under attack.

“When you take on the swamp, the swamp fights back,” Rep. Jim Jordan (R-Ohio), who has served in Congress since 2007, said Monday in a speech. “They tried the Russia hoax, the Mueller investigation, and the fake impeachment. But despite this unbelievable opposition, look what this president has accomplished.”

Sounds like an admission of guilt to me, calling your party the swamp?

From Cornell law site: "Whoever knowingly and willfully obstructs or retards the passage of the mail

or any carrier or conveyance carrying the mail, shall be fined under this title or imprisoned not more than six months, or both.
(June 25, 1948, ch. 645, 62 Stat. 778; Pub. L. 103–322, title XXXIII, § 330016(1)(B), Sept. 13, 1994, 108 Stat. 2146.)"

and from the DOJ's own site: https://www.justice.gov/crt/voting-section
"federal law continues to protect citizens from discrimination in voting and from other voting rights violations".

I'm not a lawyer but hopefully this will help assuage some of our fears.

Maya Rudolph is totally down to bring Kamala Harris back to 'SNL'


Here's Today's clip:

More clips:

I can't wait for SNL's FUNT (Fun Aunt)

Judge Rules That Trump Rape Accuser E. Jean Carroll Can Go Ahead With Defamation Suit

Source: Daily Beast

A woman who alleges she was raped by President Donald Trump years ago can proceed with her defamation lawsuit against him, a New York judge has ruled. Trump had sought to delay the lawsuit from journalist E. Jean Carroll, who alleges the president defamed her when he said she was “totally lying” about the alleged rape. But Verna L. Saunders, a New York Supreme Court justice, wrote that Carroll’s lawsuit could move forward without delay. Carroll’s legal team can now proceed with its aim of acquiring Trump’s DNA, which they intend to compare to genetic material on the dress Carroll says she was wearing during the incident. The legal team also wants to interview Trump under oath, according to The Washington Post. Carroll alleges Trump raped her in a department store dressing room in the mid-1990s—a claim the president has denied. Trump’s legal team is still able to appeal Saunders’ ruling.

Read more: https://www.thedailybeast.com/e-jean-carroll-who-accuses-trump-of-raping-her-can-proceed-with-defamation-suit-judge-rules

Looks like the Idiot is having a very bad day in the courts. So much winning!

On the Reidout yesterday: A brief review of what other presidents have done for Black Americans


Half way through the program. Damn good full episode.

My favorite part from Joy - she went there: "Are you really legitimate...i mean...and are you REALLY an ADULT?"

Karen Bass fails VP vetting; Duckworth, Rice, Harris, and Warren still in the hunt


"I laid this new case in a post advocating for California Rep. Karen Bass. The argument could be summaries as follows:
1. Biden’s VP should maximize Democratic chances for victory.
2. Donald Trump and downballot Republicans are losing. And losing big-time.
3. Trump and his Republican base are demoralized and flailing.
4. VP nominee should not excite Trump or his demoralized base.
5. VP nominee should do no harm.

At the time, Bass fit the bill: As a relative political unknown, neither Trump nor the Republican right-wing noise machine would have the time to build a case against her. She wouldn’t give Republicans or Trump a shot of energy. We couldn’t say that about either Warren or Obama national security advisor Susan Rice (Benghazi!).

But new revelations about Bass means she now fails point #5: “do no harm.”

Well if this is true i'm breathing a sigh of relief.

Laurence Tribe explains the constitutional 'fail-safe' -- that could result in President Nancy Pelosi


Posting this to allay the fears of those who think the Idiot-in-Chief & his sycophants will succeed in delaying the general election.
I don't like to post RawStory clips but this one has the clip of The Reidout w/ Laurence Tribe. Watch it if you haven't, quite informative.
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