NYT’s Admits it Can’t Control the Minds of Republicans

The NYT’s admits they can no longer sway Republicans and Independents (even though they don’t mention Independents in their editorial).

Reality is slapping them across the face. President Trump will MAGA and there is nothing they can do about it!


From the article linked above:

As recently as five or 10 years ago, every major news outlet would have treated this set of facts as front-page news and a dire threat to Mr. Trump’s presidency. The conservative press and Republican voters might disagree on certain particulars or points of emphasis. But their view of reality — of what happened and its significance — would have largely comported with that of the mainstream.

Not anymore. Look to the right now and you’re apt to find an alternative reality in which the same set of facts is rearranged to compose an entirely different narrative. On Fox News, host Lou Dobbs offered a representative example on Thursday night, when he described the Donald Trump Jr. email story, with wild-eyed fervor, like this: “This is about a full-on assault by the left, the Democratic Party, to absolutely carry out a coup d’état against President Trump aided by the left-wing media.”

His approval rating within his own party remains strong: Republican support for the president has hovered around 85 percent since his inauguration. These numbers reflect a shift in Republicans’ disposition, of which Mr. Trump is both a major cause and the main beneficiary.

Earlier this month, a congressional source told me, Democratic strategists looking at a Republican-held swing district that is expected to be in play in next year’s midterm elections were shocked when a private poll they conducted showed that Republican support for Mr. Trump in the district is even stronger now than it was on Election Day.

They are DEAD and the best part is they still don’t know it! I decided to write a comment in the NYT’s article linked in my post above. I got a response from a moron in Seattle that made me laugh because they truly live in a bubble!

I wrote the following:

The President’s APPROVAL percentage in Ohio is 13 percent HIGHER than his disapproval percentage based on PPD’s most recent poll conducted during the first week of July. What is so exciting about the President’s approval percentage in this poll is that the margin widened by 3% points from their earlier poll in May.

The PPD Poll was the most accurate poll in calling FL, OH, MI and PA before the election for DJT!


From the article linked above:

53% Approve versus 43% Disapprove in Ohio (DJT won the state by 8.1)


From the article linked above:

President Trump still remains popular in Ohio. Fifty-four percent (54%) of likely voters in Ohio approve of the job President Trump is doing, while just 41% disapprove.

I got the following reply from the MORON in Seattle:

Ohio can believe in the tooth fairy if it so desires, but regardless, there isn’t one, nor is Trump seen by most Americans to be doing the job.

Because he isn’t.

If he appeared on “The Apprentice,” he’d be fired as a failure, an incompetent, not even a pretty face, and unqualified.

* 36% of Americans approve of him down from 42% in April

* 48% of Americans disapprove of him, as bad as GW in his 2nd term

* 48% of Americans see the nation as weaker since Trump took over

* 30% of Americans say they trust Trump in negotiations with other nations

* 60% of Americans say Russia interfered with elections, up from 56% in April

* 60% of Americans believe Donald Jr’s Russia meeting was wrong

* 52% of Americans believe Trump tried to interfere with the Russia investigations

* 43% of Americans believe he’s an effective economy influence

* 43% of Americans approve of his performance, lower than Obama’s & GW’s 59%

* 50% of Americans believe he’s doing worse than most presidents

* 55% of Americans believe he’s not making significant progress toward his goals

* 50% of Americans support Affordable Care to 25% opposed to it, 25% undecided

* 59% of Republicans polled oppose their party’s health “plan”

* 63% of Americans favor funding health care over cutting taxes

Washington Post-ABC poll, July 10-13, a random national sample of 1,001 adults reached on cellular and landline phones, margin of sampling error for overall results, plus/minus 3.5%



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