A Clinton-Voting, Biden-Donating Democrat Runs the Fox News Decision Desk

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From Trump War Room – November 05, 2020 

A Democrat operative put his finger on the scale and declared Joe Biden the winner before the votes were counted.

Arnon Mishkin, the director of Fox News’ election decision desk, prematurely called Arizona for Joe Biden before hundreds of thousands of ballots had been counted. Even left-leaning election analysts like Nate Silver have criticized the decision, but Mishkin is standing by his terrible decision despite and refusing to retract his unjustified call.

Why would Mishkin put his finger on the scale for Joe Biden before so many votes are counted? Mishkin is a registered Democrat who voted for Hillary Clinton in 2016, worked as a Democrat political consultant, and has a long record of donating to Democrats, including the 2008 Obama-Biden campaign.

As the votes are counted, President Trump continues to cut into Joe Biden’s lead in Arizona. Five major election decision organization have refused to follow Mishkin’s lead and call the race in Arizona, because they know what the Arizona Republic knows: “Trump received almost the exact share he would need to charge back to win Arizona’s 11 electoral votes and potentially reelection.”

As the News-Herald in Arizona said today, “Arizona [is] still in play”! Fox News (and the AP) must immediately rescind their call in Arizona.

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Mayhem Continues, Protest Narrative Crumbles

The White House – August 11, 2020
“The press has been playing defense for Portland anarchists for weeks, suggesting riots and arson against a federal courthouse were provoked by federal agents protecting it,” The Wall Street Journal editorial board writes.
 
“So much for that. Over the weekend Portland police were forced to declare two riots. On Friday police said ‘people defied orders to disperse and threw rocks, frozen or hard-boiled eggs and commercial-grade fireworks at officers,’ the Associated Press reports.”

Last week, rioters attempted to set a Portland police precinct on fire and block its exits.

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Ivanka Trump, along with top security officials and business leaders, “will unveil $122 million in new programs and partnerships for the administration’s Women’s Global Development and Prosperity Initiative Tuesday afternoon,” Rich Edson reports. W-GDP is focused on eliminating both legal and regulatory barriers as well as the cultural norms that hold back women’s empowerment across the globe. Read more in Fox News.
“Access to high-speed broadband internet is not simply nice to have, it is a necessity in the 21st century . . . The lack of access means some kids are doing their homework in parking lots of fast-food restaurants—or not at all. That’s why President Trump’s initiative to expand access to broadband is so important,” Agriculture Secretary Sonny Perdue writes in The Oklahoman.
“For over a century, telehealth services have languished in a policy quagmire. Even as technology revolutionized our communication systems, telehealth struggled under the weight of stringent regulations and expensive, proprietary software that made widespread adoption challenging for patients and health care providers.” That’s all changing under President Trump, Alaska Governor Mike Dunleavy writes in Newsweek.


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Under Trump, Americans Have Seen Their Best Wage Growth In 40 Years

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From The White House – November 02, 2020 
“Many on the left refuse to admit President Trump’s populist policies have provided massive benefits to working-class Americans . . . Yet, during the first three years of the Trump presidency, wage growth was off the charts, especially for low-income workers and African Americans,” Robb Sinn writes for The Federalist.
 
“The Obama era proved dispiriting for many African American wage earners. The first three years of the Trump administration were a comparative godsend.”
 
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“An American citizen kidnapped in Niger last week was rescued in neighboring Nigeria by US special forces,” Jon Levine reports. “Our Nation salutes the courageous soldiers behind the daring nighttime rescue operation and celebrates the safe return of yet another American citizen!” President Trump tweeted. Read more in the New York Post.

“A major part of the mainstream media’s strategy has been to preserve the perception of its neutrality and keep its role as hidden as possible . . . For four years, Mr. Trump has shined a piercing light on the media’s bias. He has blown the lid completely off its cover. And despite relentless attempts to discredit and destroy him in response, he has survived and even gained momentum,” Frank Pavone writes in The Wall Street Journal.

“Trump’s focus on patient-centered markets is delivering better care, more choices, and lower costs. Since the release of Trump’s drug-pricing blueprint in 2018, drug price inflation has been flat—in significant part thanks to three consecutive years of record-breaking generic drug approvals by the Food and Drug Administration,” HHS Secretary Alex Azar writes for the Washington Examiner.
 
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