Liberals are getting scared of Trump again, which is hilarious and great at the same time.
On Sunday, George Stephanopoulos and his panel responded to a recently conducted presidential poll for the year 2024, which was introduced by the ABC News presenter as being “kind of shocking.”
During a conversation on the Sunday edition of This Week, Stephanopoulos made mention of a recent Wall Street Journal survey which indicated that former President Donald Trump and President Joe Biden are tied at 46% each in a direct competition.
“It is kind of shocking in a way that despite all of the baggage that Donald Trump carries, he’s tied with Joe Biden right now,” Stephanopoulos exclaimed.
Donna Brazile, the former chair of the Democratic National Committee, acknowledged that the survey results were a matter of concern.
“When I looked at that recent poll, the Wall Street Journal, I said, ‘this could keep me up at night,’” Brazile hilariously responded.
According to the aforementioned poll, former President Trump maintains a substantial advantage in the competition for the Republican nomination, as he holds a commanding lead of 59-13 over his closest contender, Governor Ron DeSantis (R-FL).
Stephanopoulos observed that “With every passing month, with every new indictment, Donald Trump seems to be consolidating his control over the Republican Party.”
The ABC News anchor engaged in a discussion with Reihan Salam, a contributing journalist for The Atlantic, who holds a conservative perspective. The focus of the conversation was the level of dedication exhibited by the Republican party for Donald Trump.
“Republicans almost unanimously on that [debate] stage several days ago [said they] would vote for a convicted felon,” Stephanopoulos began. “Did you ever think you’d see the day?”
“The truth is that we are in a very polarized moment,” Salam answered. “And when you’re looking at the Republican Party, it is strikingly unified. If you look at the most conservative voters and the party, they back the former president disproportionately. If you look at more moderate voters, female Republican primary voters, he just really has a lock on both wings of the party, so to speak. And that’s something that any rival has to appreciate it and respect.”
ABC News shared a little more.
Former DNC chair @DonnaBrazile says the biggest challenge facing Democrats is that “young voters, young Black and Latino voters—they're not ready to come back to the party.”
— This Week (@ThisWeekABC) September 3, 2023
He wouldn't have been "stunned" if he had taken seriously all the other polls indicating the intense unhappiness of Americans in general. Our decline is artificial and Biden's doing. So get used to it, Georgie. "ABC's George Stephanopoulos appeared stunned Sunday by a 2024…
— Tammy Bruce (@HeyTammyBruce) September 4, 2023
Libs are trying to keep Trump off of ballots in certain states, and they are failing at that, also.
Last week, Adrian Fontes, the Secretary of State of Arizona and a member of the Democratic Party, expressed his frustration by stating that he lacks the legal jurisdiction to impede President Trump’s inclusion on the ballot.
Mr. Fontes expresses his willingness to undertake the task if he has the capability, while denoting the legislation that restricts his capacity as “stupid.” Secretary of State Fontes is quite displeased.
According to an article published in The Hill, Arizona Secretary of State Adrian Fontes (D), lacks the authority to prevent former President Donald Trump from pursuing a presidential candidacy in the state.
There has been a growing demand to disqualify the former president from participating in the 2024 election, citing a provision in the 14th Amendment that prohibits anybody who has “engaged in insurrection or rebellion” against the government from holding public office. Fontes asserted that, contrary to the aforementioned assertions, he is unable to do so in light of a prior ruling by the Arizona Supreme Court.
During a discussion on “The Gaggle” podcast by The Arizona Republic and azcentral.com, Fontes explained, “Now, the Arizona Supreme Court said that because there’s no statutory process in federal law to enforce Section 3 of the 14th Amendment, you can’t enforce it.”
“That’s what the Arizona Supreme Court said, so that’s the state of the law in Arizona. Now, do I agree with that? No, that’s stupid,” Fontes added.
How will libs react to a possible Trump win? Tucker Carlson believes they will lash out in the worst way.
Last Wednesday, ‘The Adam Carollo Show’ unveiled a recent interview featuring Tucker Carlson, a former host at Fox News. The interview centered around his conversation with Donald Trump, the prominent Republican candidate for the 2024 presidential election and the 45th President of the United States. Additionally, the discussion delved into Carlson’s departure from his previous network and the outlook for the future of the United States.
One aspect of the conversation has garnered significant attention, as Tucker articulated his belief that the possibility of “assassination” looms if the indictments targeting Trump do not yield favorable outcomes for the Democrats.
“They protested him, they called him names. He won anyway. They impeached him twice on ridiculous pretenses,” Carlson began. “They fabricated a lot about what happened on January 6th in order to impeach him again. It didn’t work. He came back, then they indicted him. It didn’t work. He became more popular. Then they indicted him three more times, and every single time his popularity rose.”
“So if you begin with criticism, then you go to protest, then you go to impeachment, now you go to indictment, and none of them work, what’s next?” Carlson inquired. “I mean, graph it out, man.”
The conservative pundit expressed a belief that the current trajectory is leading towards a political killing, “We’re speeding toward assassination, obviously, and no one will say that, but I don’t know how you can’t reach that conclusion.”