McConnell makes grim prediction about Republicans in Senate races, references 'candidate quality'

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Losing arguments always brings out the race card in all lefty arguments. If you can’t win a debate, you throw the race card.

"Losing arguments"?
Mastriano has been losing in EVERY poll ever taken for this race

And people like you & Mastriano will be called racist everyday you continue to be one
 
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https://www.yahoo.com/news/trump-backed-mehmet-oz-says-211923297.html

Trump-backed Mehmet Oz says he would have certified Biden's presidential victory in 2020: 'I would not have objected to it'​

John L. Dorman
Tue, September 6, 2022 at 5:19 PM·3 min read


  • Oz said he would not have objected to certifying Biden's win if he'd been in the Senate at the time.
  • "By the time the delegates and those reports were sent to the US Senate, our job was to approve it," he said.
  • Trump, by far Oz's most high-profile backer, has continued to rail against the 2020 election.
Mehmet Oz, the Pennsylvania Republican Senate nominee who is backed by former President Donald Trump, said on Tuesday that he would have certified Joe Biden's 2020 victory if he had been a member of the upper chamber at the time.

During a press conference alongside retiring Republican Sen. Pat Toomey, the reality TV doctor was asked if he would have had an issue with certifying the 2020 election.

"I would not have objected to it," Oz said at the event. "By the time the delegates and those reports were sent to the US Senate, our job was to approve it, which is what I would have done."

Oz has been endorsed by Trump, who continues to insist with no evidence that the 2020 election was fraudulent.

Oz's statements could be helpful to him with moderates and independents who will likely decide the outcome of the general election in the Keystone State — especially in the vote-rich Philadelphia suburbs — as GOP candidates in key races have sought to distance themselves from Trump's wholesale rejection of the presidential results.

But the comments could also deflate some support among many of the party's staunchest members, especially those backing the state's GOP gubernatorial nominee, state Sen. Doug Mastriano, who sought to overturn the 2020 results in Pennsylvania and assailed the administration of the election in the state that year.

Biden, a Scranton native, won Pennsylvania 50%-49% over Trump in 2020, and his win in the state proved decisive in taking him across the 270 electoral vote threshold to capture the presidency.

Trump continues to speak out against the 2020 election, alleging fraud in a range of swing states, while also teasing a 2024 White House bid — which if comes to fruition — could set up a potential rematch with the president.

The certification of the 2020 presidential election was temporarily halted on January 6, 2021, when rioters breached the US Capitol building in Washington, DC; the results were certified by members of Congress later that day and on January 7.

The events surrounding the Capitol attack are currently being probed by a select House committee, which had a series of hearings this summer that revealed additional actions taken by Trump and several of his top aides on January 6.

Oz is running in a heated race with Democratic Lt. Gov. John Fetterman, who has led in most public surveys.

A recent Franklin & Marshall College poll released in late August showed Fetterman ahead with 43% support among registered voters in the Keystone State, while Oz earned 30%; twenty percent of respondents were undecided.

And a recent Emerson College poll showed Fetterman leading Oz 48%-44%.
 
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https://www.yahoo.com/news/kris-kobach-compared-joe-biden-100000488.html

Kris Kobach compared Joe Biden to Hitler. Then he whined about political ‘demonizing’​

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Abortion, dropping gas prices and Covid fading is all helping democrats.

rick Scott (who is routinely bashed by all sides here) squandered ridiculous sums, in part due to intensive primary battles

poor candidate quality hurts. Oz is a borderline kook. (Never understood his appeal)

Dems keep senate (which is a tragedy), r wins house and kemp beats abrams.
 

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I would lean to Reps taking the House and Senate now but it could be a 50/50 Senate again.
 

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Imagine, a liberal democrat bringing up an article about "candidate quality". The party of Maxine Waters, AOC, Ihlhan Omar, Debbie Wasserman Schultz (aka the Flamethrower), Corrine Brown for 20 years. We lost two senate seats in Georgia because A. Our candidates were neither good nor passionate B. Dems cheated their asses off with mail in votes, drop boxes, bundling and who knows what else.

Midterms will play out the way we originally thought. Republicans will flip about 25 House seats and will squeak out a victory in the Senate.
Fake News, wishful thinking
 
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devastating poll for @RayGravesGhost and the Marxist RAT 🐀 party



According to the poll, 50% of white voters, 31% of black voters, and 42% of voters from other minorities would vote Republican in November, while 55% of black voters, 38% of white voters, and 43% of other minorities said they would vote Democrat. That’s a gap Democrats can’t be comfortable with.
 

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devastating poll for @RayGravesGhost and the Marxist RAT 🐀 party




According to the poll, 50% of white voters, 31% of black voters, and 42% of voters from other minorities would vote Republican in November, while 55% of black voters, 38% of white voters, and 43% of other minorities said they would vote Democrat. That’s a gap Democrats can’t be comfortable with.

bump @RayGravesGhost

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Funny to watch trumpanzees flip flop on their belief/disbelief in polling...

Wisconsin is a place where an incumbent GOP senator shouldn't even be in a close race
 
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Funny to watch trumpanzees flip flop on their belief/disbelief in polling...

Wisconsin is a place where an incumbent GOP senator shouldn't even be in a close race
Polling has been trash since 2014 almost always gaslighting for Dems hoping to reduce Rep turnout. The 2018 House polling is about the only accurate polling they put out in the last 8 years.
 
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The last accurate polling was when the democratic party won the house in 2018?

Was 2014 was gaslighting when the republicans won the house?
Was 2016 when trump won & the GOP won the house?

And 2020 must have been been what?
Gaslighting when the democrats won the presidency?
 

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The last accurate polling was when the democratic party won the house in 2018?

Was 2014 was gaslighting when the republicans won the house?
Was 2016 when trump won & the GOP won the house?

And 2020 must have been been what?
Gaslighting when the democrats won the presidency?

2020 was straight crap in the swing states vastly overrating Biden mostly. Even with illegal ballot box stuffing it was well off in many of those states trying to gaslight.
 
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The last accurate polling was when the democratic party won the house in 2018?

Was 2014 was gaslighting when the republicans won the house?
Was 2016 when trump won & the GOP won the house?

And 2020 must have been been what?
Gaslighting when the democrats won the presidency?

💤💤💤💤💤💤 💤
 

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https://www.yahoo.com/news/doug-mastriano-touts-endorsement-ultra-005136196.html

Doug Mastriano touts endorsement from ultra-orthodox rabbi who expresses sympathy for Capitol rioters and believes Hitler was part lizard​

Isabella Zavarise
Sun, September 4, 2022 at 8:51 PM·2 min read

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  • PA gubernatorial candidate Mastriano touted an endorsement from Joseph Kolakowski, an ultra-orthodox rabbi.
  • Kolakowski has expressed sympathy for Capitol rioters and believes Hitler was part lizard.
  • Kolakowski told Insider he felt Mastriano was being "falsely maligned" as antisemitic.
Pennsylvania GOP gubernatorial candidate Doug Mastriano touted an endorsement from Joseph Kolakowski, an ultra-orthodox rabbi who expressed sympathy for Capitol rioters and believes Hitler was part lizard.

The Philadelphia Inquirer reported Mastriano shared a story by the Epoch Times, a far-right publication, with his supporters on social media with the headline: "Rabbi Endorses Mastriano as Shapiro Calls Him Antisemitic in Pennsylvania Gov. Race."

In the article, Kolakowski — who leads a Hasidic Jewish ministry in Pennsylvania — defended Mastriano, saying, "while the Democrats have the chutzpah to claim that those of us from the Party of Lincoln are somehow racist, they do not look at the racist tenants of their own party, including abortion and gun control, both of which cause undue and disproportionate harm to people of color, and are historically rooted in openly racist ideologies."

The Inquirer reported the 38-year-old rabbi frequently posts on his YouTube channel about unfounded claims of fraud in the 2020 election, his support for Capital rioters, and believing in a theory that Adolf Hitler was part lizard.

In one video about the Nazi dictator, the rabbi said there's "a reason why he never took off his boots."

"[It] was to hide the fact that his feet were reptilian in nature because he came from this nonhuman race, demonic race. He was a hybrid."

In an email to Insider, Kolakowski acknowledged his past comments about Hitler but said the story may be more of an urban legend and doesn't know "if it is literally true." He also said that he reached out to the Mastriano campaign because he felt the senator was being "falsely maligned" as antisemitic.

In an interview with the Inquirer, Kolakowski said after he reached out to the campaign he was asked to write something. His statements were later published in the Epoch Times.

Jewish leaders and Democrats have criticized the Trump-backed candidate for his ties to far-right extremists and his efforts to garner support on Gab, a social network founded by a self-described Christian nationalist.

Mastriano praised the site's founder, Andrew Torba, who has said Jews are not welcome in his movement. Insider reported that Mastriano also paid the site $5,000, per campaign finance filings.

Mastriano is running against Democratic candidate Josh Shapiro in Pennsylvania's gubernatorial race. Recent polls show Shapiro ahead of his opponent by 7.3 points.

Mastriano's campaign did not immediately respond to Insider's request for comment.

MASTRIANO CLOSING IN ON RAT 🐀 Shapiro @RayGravesGhost

 

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more horrible news for ray ray ( this is from the left wing rag axios )


After Democrats' surge in political momentum over the summer( a lie) , signs indicate the midterm environment is tilting back in the GOP's direction.

Why it matters: Republicans aren't likely to ride a historic red wave to power. But they're well-positioned to comfortably win back the House, and are on surer footing than just weeks ago to net the one seat necessary to capture a narrow Senate majority.

 

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State run Bloomberg tells me the latest poll conducted by the Democratic morning news in Dallas has Abbott widening his lead to 9 points over @BSC911 @RayGravesGhost candidate the fake Mexican Beto O CUCK My own internal polling in Colleyville tells me Abbott will win by 12 +


Texas Governor Abbott Widens Lead Over O’Rourke to Nine Points​


https://www.bloomberg.com/news/arti...abbott-expands-lead-to-nine-points-poll-shows
What's shocking is that anyone in their right mind would vote for Beta O'Cuck. Maybe BScuck but how many morons live in Texas? :oops:
 

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