The silencing of conservatives by Twitter has extended to those seeking to audit the 2020 presidential election results, including the first of its kind in Maricopa County, Arizona. Photo by Brett Jordan on Pexels.com Reports first noted the banning on two accounts sharing information from the Arizona forensic audit, but accounts sharing information on audit … Continue reading How culpable is Twitter in abetting corruption?
On Saturday, former President Donald Trump criticized the media for misrepresenting him in public opinion polls ahead of the 2020 presidential election. "These are crooked, disgusting, and very dishonest media outlets and they know exactly what they are doing," Trump said, in a statement released by the PAC Save America, referencing an article from the Wall … Continue reading Trump says results from 2020 Presidential Polls were crooked, disgusting
President Trump earlier threatened to put regulations or even shut down social media sites, including Twitter, after the latter labeled the president's tweets with fact-checks. President Donald Trump will sign an executive order "pertaining to social media" shortly, White House Press Secretary Kayleigh McEnany told reporters on Wednesday. McEnany first said it was not clear … Continue reading Trump to sign executive order on social media companies
The race for America's 2020 presidential elections is broadening across the country. The next Democratic primary on Saturday in South Carolina, will be followed closely by the Super Tuesday contests in 14 states on March 3, when more than one-third of the pledged delegates will be nominated help select a Democratic nominee. Joe Biden, the … Continue reading 2020 Presidential Elections: What Trump thinks of the Democratic race
Bernie Sanders won big in Nevada and is looking forward to making history in America's 2020 presidential elections. What's behind Sanders' growing popularity? Broad-based support across age, racial and ideological groups propelled Sanders to a dominant victory in Nevada’s Democratic caucuses, tightening his grip on the front-runner spot in the race to find a challenger … Continue reading Bernie Sanders and Joe Biden fighting for supremacy
President Donald Trump is offering a $4.8 trillion election year budget plan that recycles previously rejected cuts to domestic programs like food stamps and Medicaid to promise a balanced budget in 15 years — all while boosting the military and leaving Social Security and Medicare benefits untouched. Trump’s fiscal 2021 plan, to be released Monday, … Continue reading Trump’s $4.8 trillion budget plan apparently the best for Americans
Former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton said she would not commit to back Sen. Bernie Sanders should he win the Democratic nomination this year and declared in a forthcoming documentary that "nobody likes" the Vermont senator. Her comments were made in an interview with The Hollywood Reporter published Tuesday. Clinton confirmed that she would not endorse Sanders if he wins … Continue reading Clinton believes Sanders isn’t a good choice for the 2020 Presidential Elections
The next US presidential elections is coming up on 3 November, 2020, and Americans will either let Donald Trump keep his office or step down for Kevin Hart. Mr. Trump, who was elected into office as the 45th US President, can seek a re-election and hope to be announced winner on 20 January, 2021, but … Continue reading 2020 US Presidential Elections: Kevin Hart to run against ‘The Rock’