Trevor Noah’s ‘The Daily Show’ jokes about murdering everyone in Florida over the election results

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The tolerant left strikes again, this time via The Daily Show and this video showing Florida getting destroyed by the Death Star because President Trump won the state:


Bill Stepien: “We will immediately request a recount in Wisconsin”

Who Is Bill Stepien? A Data-Obsessed Campaign Manager for Trump's 2020  Campaign - The New York Times

Trump campaign manager Bill Stepien: “There have been reports of irregularities in several Wisconsin counties which raise serious doubts about the validity of the results. The President is well within the threshold to request a recount and we will immediately do so.”


Definitely No Clear Winner Yet!

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On the menu today: We don’t have a declared winner in the presidential race as of this writing, but last night taught us a lot.

Twelve Big Lessons from Last Night and This Morning

Wow. As of this writing, we don’t have a clear president-elect. You would probably rather be in Joe Biden’s position than President Trump’s position at this hour . . . but Biden doesn’t have it locked up. Here are twelve things we know already:

One: Joe Biden may reach 270 electoral votes, but this election was no comeuppance, rebuke, or vengeance upon Donald Trump. There was no “blue wave.” If Trump loses, it will not be by much, and among the swing states, Trump won Florida, Ohio, Iowa, almost certainly North Carolina, and probably Georgia. At this hour, he still leads the vote count in Pennsylvania. Trump appears to have come very close to winning in Arizona, Nevada, and Wisconsin. The popular vote, as of this hour, is 50.1 for Biden, 48.2 percent for Trump

Two: The polling was largely wrong. Robert Cahaly of Trafalgar is now a superstar and deserves to be. The entire polling industry — to the extent the polling industry survives this — must now grapple with the ramifications of this comment from Cahaly in his interview with Rich:

One is the number of questions on its surveys. “I don’t believe in long questionnaires,” Cahaly says. “I think when you’re calling up Mom or Dad on a school night, and they’re trying to get the kids dinner and get them to bed, and that phone rings at seven o’clock — and they’re supposed to stop what they’re doing and take a 25- to 30-question poll? No way.”

Why does that matter? “You end up disproportionately representing the people who will like to talk about politics, which is going to skew toward the very, very conservative and the very, very liberal and the very, very bored, “Cahaly explains. “And the kind of people that win elections are the people in the middle. So I think they miss people in the middle when they do things that way.”

Three: Whether Trump wins or loses, he proved that Republicans — including a Republican who is staunchly opposed to illegal immigration — can win a big chunk of the Latino vote:

The President captured almost half of the group in Florida, up from 35 percent in 2016. Former Vice President Joe Biden earned just over half of the Latino vote in the state, compared to 62% who supported Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton four years ago.

Biden also lost support among Latino voters in Georgia and Ohio, important states to capturing the White House. The former vice president was up only about 16 percentage points in Georgia and about 24 points in Ohio, compared to Clinton’s margin of 40 percentage points and 41 points in Georgia and Ohio, respectively.

Remember those pre-election Jolts and Corner posts about how the Trump campaign was specifically targeting Cuban Americans, Venezuelan Americans, Nicaraguan Americans, and Colombian Americans? News flash, Democrats, Bernie Sanders’s open embrace of the label “socialism” is killing you among these demographics! This is why Trump won Florida by about 112,000 votes in 2016 and he’s on pace to win Florida by 377,000 votes this time. The “socialist” label is a loser, and until Democrats wake up and smell the Cuban coffee on that, they’re going to find themselves dramatically underperforming among group of voters they arrogantly took for granted.

Four: On that above list of swing states, I didn’t mention Texas. I left it off because the Lone Star State is not a swing state, and never should have been considered one. At this hour, with 96 percent of the vote in, Trump won by six percentage points, or 670,000 votes. That’s about half his margin from last time, but . . . that’s still not all that close. Trump has nearly 6 million votes!THE MORNING JOLT

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The voice who was loudest in insisting that Biden could win Texas is a familiar one:

After skipping the Senate race this year, [Beto] O’Rourke has his eye on the 2022 Texas gubernatorial race, and since ending his presidential campaign he has devoted his efforts to organizing for Biden and Democrats up and down the ballot. “Beto will get credit if Biden wins Texas,” said someone close to him.

This is another case where we feel gaslit. Beto O’Rourke is just some guy! He is not some seer or prophet, the harbinger of a Democratic Party resurrection in Texas. In 2018, he was held aloft by a national media, who wanted to see him as Lone Star Jesus, and Democratic grassroots donors who loathed Ted Cruz with a judgment-skewing obsession. The moment he lost those unparalleled advantages, everybody else saw what we on the Right saw from the beginning.

Five: At this hour, it appears Republicans will retain control of the Senate, but that’s not carved in stone yet. With all precincts reporting, Thom Tillis is ahead by 96,000 votes. I’m as surprised by that result as you are, because we’ve heard so much about Democrat Cal Cunningham’s extensive efforts to reach out to women voters. In Georgia, Republican David Purdue is eight-tenths of a point away from avoiding a runoff; he’s a good four points ahead of Jon Ossoff. In Maine, there’s still a lot of votes to count — they don’t start counting them until the polls close — and Susan Collins is just short of the threshold to avoid “ranked choice voting.” In Michigan, John James is still ahead by a percentage point, with 84 percent of the votes counted. In Montana, Republican Steve Daines is a good seven points ahead of governor Steve Bullock. For the National Republican Senatorial Committee, this was a surprisingly good night.

Six: I was reasonably confident about Lindsey Graham’s chances in South Carolina, and I should have been far more confident. (You were right, Dad!) Jaime Harrison’s bid to be the Great Southern Democratic Hope now looks like a comical flop, and every national political reporter who hyped Harrison should hang his head in shame. At this hour, with 91 percent of the vote, Graham is ahead, 56 percent to 42 percent. The Quinnipiac pollsters said this race was a tie three times. Harrison had more money than he knew what to do with and didn’t even keep it close.

Seven: Speaking of Great Southern Democratic Hopes, Amy McGrath is Alison Lundergan Grimes’s stunt double. Every six years, Democrats talk themselves into the idea that they have a shot at beating Mitch McConnell. And every six years, Cocaine Mitch just steamrolls them. This year, insanely over-optimistic Democrats gave $90 million to Amy McGrath . . . and she lost by more than 20 points. One of the great advantages for the Republican Party in this era is that the Democratic Party’s grassroots are angry, generous, and stupid.

Eight: House Republicans quietly put together a good night. At this hour, the House picked up four seats, none of their vulnerable incumbents lost, only a handful of the 30 or so “toss up” districts went to Democrats, and they picked off a few in the “lean Democrat” pile. (You know, New York Times, Joe Cunningham in South Carolina’s first congressional district probably shouldn’t have been in the “lean Democratic” pile.)

After 2018, Democrats and the media convinced themselves that Nancy Pelosi was no longer an electoral liability for House Democratic candidates. Are you sure about that, guys?

Nine: There weren’t a ton of governors’ races at stake last night, but the Republican Governor’s Association can stride with confidence this morning. They kept every governor’s mansion they were supposed to keep, and in North Carolina, heavy underdog Dan Forest is only down by four points with 95 percent of votes reporting. The Republicans in North Carolina won the lieutenant governor’s race — Republican Mark Robinson will be the state’s first African-American lieutenant governor — and the Democrat leads the state attorney general’s race by a tenth of a percentage point.

Ten: With all precincts reporting, turnout in my home county of Fairfax County is . . . 77.5 percent, which is lower than the 82.5 percent turnout in 2016. That’s not enormously lower, but this is prime territory for Democrats. (The county split, 68 percent for Biden, 27 percent for Trump; four years ago, the county split 62–27 for Hillary Clinton.) If turnout in this heavily Democratic county declined a bit . . . is that an indicator that the talk of Democratic enthusiasm was a little overhyped?

Eleven: For example, doesn’t the fact that Democrats didn’t match their 2016 thresholds in the early vote in North Carolina look like a significant indicator?

Twelve: Throughout the fall, when we noticed Joe Biden had the lightest of light schedules, Biden defenders would insist he was just being responsible in light of the pandemic. Except . . . if you can responsibly and safely do campaign events on Monday and Wednesday, you can responsibly and safely do campaign events on Tuesday and Thursday. Biden’s once-every-two-days schedule didn’t make sense from the perspective of disease control, but did make sense in the context of fatigue, or a deliberate strategy to avoid attention.

If keeping Biden away from the voters was a deliberate strategy, it was probably a terrible mistake.245

ADDENDUM: If Democrats think tonight was bad, how much worse would it have been if they nominated Bernie Sanders? Or Elizabeth Warren?

Or Kamala Harris?

US Election

  • Election Day in the United States is officially under way. The spotlight is on the race for the White House between President Donald Trump, who is seeking a second term, and his rival, veteran Democrat Joe Biden.
  • Trump held five rallies in four states – North Carolina, Pennsylvania, Michigan and Wisconsin – on the final day of campaigning on Monday. Biden spent most of Monday in Pennsylvania and Ohio.
  • Trump and his team have continually pushed baseless claims that votes counted after Election Day are evidence of malfeasance.
  • Early voting surged to levels never before seen in US elections – 98.7 million early votes have been cast either in person or by mail.

Shaquille O’neal Just Voted For The First Time

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“I’m honest, I’ve never voted in my life. This is my first time voting.”

That’s Shaquille O’Nealdropping a Shaq-sized bombshell — confessing he’s NEVER voted in an election!


“I’ve never voted before, America,” Shaq said this week on Wednesday on The Big Podcast… “But, now I’m doing all these voting campaigns and ya know one thing I never like to do, is be a hypocrite.”

Yep, the 48-year-old NBA legend says he felt weird pushing voting initiatives like his #MyStartingFive challenge — which helps people register to vote for Election Day 2020 — while sitting on the sidelines.

So, he decided to actually vote this year — by absentee ballot!

“In other words America, I voted for the first time and it feels good.”

Shaq’s co-hosts were in complete shock — especially after Shaq was virtually sitting next to his buddy President Barack Obama, at Game 1 of the NBA Finals — who obviously didn’t get Shaq’s vote back in the day!

Election Day is Nov. 3 — make sure you get out there!!!

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Biden Calls Trump ‘WORST PRESIDENT’

Mutual contempt at first Trump-Biden debate, where death and taxes also  feature prominently

Donald Trumpsays he’s the greatest, but Joe Bidenthinks 45 is the “worst President” Americans have ever seen.

The first presidential debate is still super testy — okay, out of control — and Biden just ripped Trump where it hurts … calling DT, “the worst President America has ever had.” Ouch.

The candidates were sparring over Trump’s tax returns when Biden pulled his punch … and Biden delivered the blow when Trump tried pushing back on reports he paid only $750 in federal taxes.

Trump says he’s paid millions in taxes, but didn’t specify if they were federal, and also says he doesn’t wanna pay taxes as a businessman. But, Chris Wallace persisted and asked squarely how much he paid in 2016 in FEDERAL TAXES … and Trump said “millions.”

Biden, as you know, released his returns before the debate … and he’s calling on America’s “worst” do to the same.

Michael Bloomberg Donates $100 Million To Defeat Trump In Florida

Mike Bloomberg plans to spend at least $100 million in Florida to support  Biden - CNNPolitics

Joe Biden just got a massive infusion of money that will be pouring into what could be the make-or-break state … thanks to the deep pockets of Michael Bloomberg.

The former NYC Mayor and current billionaire announced Sunday he’s committing $100 million to defeat Donald Trump in Florida.

It’s incredibly significant because according to some polls the race in Florida is tightening.  Biden is ahead in most polls, but generally within the margin of error. Bloomberg wants to target Latino voters … Biden has support among Latinos, but relative to other Democrats his support is somewhat soft.

Bloomberg’s not keeping his strategy under wraps. His people said in announcing the donation, “Mike’s substantial investment in Florida will allow Democrats and the Biden campaign to invest heavily in other key states like Pennsylvania … And, this will force Republicans and the Trump campaign to shift even more of their limited resources to Florida.”

True to form, Trump responded on Twitter with name-calling, saying, “I thought Mini Mike was through with Democrat politics after spending almost 2 Billion Dollars, and then giving the worst and most inept Debate Performance in the history of Presidential Politics. Pocahontas ended his political career on first question, OVER! Save NYC instead.”

Floridians can cast vote-by-mail ballots later this month.

The Porn World Mourns George Floyd

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it’s been nearly a week since George Floyd was mercilessly buttered then murdered by I group of police officers. The wound is still fresh as people are still on the streets protesting and seeking answers and justice.

Among those protesting, is the Adult film industry. George Floyd was an adult film actor and contributed hugely to the industry. His colleagues and fans wish him a peaceful rest.

R.I.P George 😦

Trump uses T.I.’s (Whatever You Like) song in Anti-Joe Biden Ad. T.I. is FURIOUS!

T.I. responds to Donald Trump's alleged use of his hit song "Whatever You Like" in anti-Joe Biden campaign ad on Snapchat.

Donnie’s level of pettiness never ceases to amaze people but admittedly, people were surprised he was bold enough to use Tip’s hit record for an anti-Joe Biden ad on Snapchat of all places.

T.I.’s team issued a statement to Hot New Hip Hop saying Donnie’s edited video misrepresented Tip’s lyrics. In the Snapchat video, the lyrics said, “I don’t want Joe Biden, need Joe Biden, as long as you’ve got me you don’t need Joe Biden,” as the melody played.

“Trump and his team (out of desperation for his campaign) have circulated a campaign video post throughout social media that includes the unauthorized use of T.I.’s song ‘Whatever You Like,’ along with edited images of him and Joe Biden,” said a rep for T.I. “The video distorts lyrics from his #1 charting song by misrepresenting the lyrics through text language and distortion of his recorded voice.”

“It goes without saying that T.I. would not in any way ever support the divisive policies and destructive propaganda of Trump. The people of our country deserve far better than this.

Be clear, he does not authorize it or consent to the use of his song to falsely suggest any endorsement of President Trump or to attack Joe Biden. It is sad, but expected, that this President would stoop so low to use his property without authority to manipulate the community. T.I.’s legal team and media partners are already moving Expeditiously to block this unauthorized use and set the record straight in no uncertain terms!”

Some may say it was a questionable move on Trump’s part considering T.I.’s expressed distaste for Donnie. 

NYPD Officer hit by car amid George Floyd protests

NYPD cop struck by hit-and-run driver in the Bronx

An NYPD officer was hit by a car and propelled in the air during disturbances early Tuesday morning in the Bronx.

An unmarked police car was responding to a commercial burglary at around 12:45 AM when cops saw a bunch of people at the location. A sergeant got out of his car and just as he stepped out a black sedan peeled off, striking the Sgt. … hurling him into the air.

The sergeant — a 30-year veteran of the NYPD — was taken to the hospital where he’s in serious but stable condition. Cops are looking for the sedan and the occupants.

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