Some incredible things have developed this week in the 2020 presidential race and the media’s coverage of it. What I’m about to lay out in the latest revelations regarding Hunter Biden’s alleged activities with foreign entities and how it might connect back to his father, the Democratic nominee for president, constitute an inescapable trap that Biden and his media handlers must, at some point, attempt to free themselves from.
Let’s be clear: The Hunter Biden issue is not going away. If Biden wins the election, it won’t go away. If Biden doesn’t win the election, it won’t go away. It may just be a tawdry scandal. It may rise to the level of criminal behavior (or impeachable offenses should Biden win). It may just be a snapshot of the legal, corrupt business-as-usual in Washington, DC, but it won’t go away. [Read More]
Amazon has declined to stream Hoover Institution senior fellow Shelby Steele’s timely documentary, “What Killed Michael Brown?,” which Steele claimed on “The Story with Martha MacCallum” is due to his rejection of a Black victim mentality.
“They’re saying, ‘You dare to look at Blacks in America as human beings rather than as victims’” Steele told host Martha MacCallum. “’And we are invested as this huge, massive corporation in the political correctness of seeing Blacks as victims.'” [Read More]
The Department of Homeland Security (DHS) and U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) announced Thursday the conclusion of a week-long targeted enforcement operation that resulted in the apprehension of more than 170 at-large aliens throughout the U.S., where sanctuary policies have largely prohibited the cooperation of law enforcement agencies in the arrest of criminal aliens.
ICE officers assigned to field offices in Seattle, Denver, New York, Philadelphia, Baltimore and Washington D.C. conducted the enforcement actions Oct. 3 through Oct. 9. The enforcement actions focused on aliens subject to removal who were arrested for crimes but were released by state or local law enforcement agencies despite having active immigration detainers in place. More than 80% percent of aliens arrested had criminal convictions or pending criminal charges at the time of arrest. [Read More]
A quick update on a personal issue…https://t.co/8gHM7NLCE8
— Dan Bongino (@dbongino) October 16, 2020
Everything we measure is measured against 2016 when Trump WON FL, NC, OH, IA, MI, PA, WI.
So in these states, Ds have to do BETTER than in 2016. They also have to overcome rather significant (sometimes massive) registration shifts.
— Larry Schweikart (@LarrySchweikart) October 16, 2020
Loudoun County Sheriff Mike Chapman says he is considering a run for Virginia governor in 2021.
Chapman, a Republican, confirmed the news with the Times-Mirror Thursday after he was listed as a potential candidate on Bearing Drift, a conservative blog.
“There’s no committal, I’m just examining what that would entail,” Chapman, who was re-elected to his third term as sheriff in November, said. [Read More]