News Roundup! Judicial Armada, Foreman Mike, John James, CNN Poll, Trade Deficit, Black Approval Rating for PDJT, Gen Z Fights back, Tariffs, Energy Dominance, Hiring & More…..

It is amazing to see our President continue to fill so many Federal Judicial vacancies. What I love the most is that there is absolutely NOTHING the Democrats can do to stop it.

The only way they can pass their radical agenda is through the courts. Our President is putting that plan on the back burner for the next 30 to 40 years.

Foreman Mikes’s morning update.

I was SO HAPPY to see that John James will be running for the Senate seat in Michigan. Keep in mind that Gary Peters, Incumbent Democrat, has only served one term in the Senate. He does not have the name recognition that Debbie Stabenow has. With our President on the ticket and campaigning in Michigan, that one-two punch will be difficult to beat.

From the article linked above:

James, a 37-year-old Army veteran and businessman, ran to unseat Sen. Debbie Stabenow (D-Mich.) last year but fell short by 6 1/2 points. He did, however, win the most votes of any Republican at the top of the ticket in Michigan in the last decade, according to The Detroit News.

Keep in mind that CNN has one of the most skewed poll’s favoring Democrats when the National Party Affiliation is as follows:

This had to be devastating for the “resistance” to swallow. Especially coming from CNN.

From the article linked above:

A majority of Americans say they think Donald Trump is going to win a second term.

The new poll finds 54% say their best guess is that Trump will win the 2020 election, 41% feel he will lose. Americans are slightly more apt to say Trump will win now than they were to say Barack Obama would win a second term in May 2011, in a survey conducted just after the death of Osama bin Laden (50% thought Obama would win in that poll). The new numbers on Trump are a reversal from December, when a narrow majority of 51% said they thought Trump would lose his bid for re-election.

The poll data can be found below. As you can see, the skew is +6 for the Democrats.

http://cdn.cnn.com/cnn/2019/images/06/05/rel7c.-.trump.issues.2020.pdf

Among the entire sample, 34% described themselves as Democrats, 27% described themselves as Republicans, and 39% described themselves as independents or members of another party.

The trade deficit for the month of April met the consensus forecast. As you can see, American businesses are beginning to find materials and products outside of China. Including back in the USA. This will only grow over time.

From the article linked above:

The U.S. trade deficit for goods and services narrowed $1.1 billion in April to just $50.8 billion, meeting the consensus forecast. The continued narrowing of the trade balance — which media analysts did not expect — will be a net positive for gross domestic product (GDP).

The politically-sensitive U.S. trade deficit with China decreased $22.9 billion to $80.8 billion in Q1 2019. Exports rose $4.9 billion to $41.4 billion and imports declined $18.0 billion to $122.2 billion.

While Wall Street and D.C. have largely opposed the president’s tariff strategy, the trade gap between the two nations is clearly narrowing.

This graph tells you everything.

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Our President won the 2016 Election with just 8% of the Black vote. That percentage is continuing to grow in the lead up to the 2020 Election. This is by far the Democrats worse nightmare.

From the article linked above:

Thirteen months of YouGov/The Economist Polls — including highs marked by periods of economic benefits and lows marked by Charlottesville — aggregated to a 16% approval level. The last four months were in the 15% to 16% range, each month.

This is 100% above what then-candidate Trump received in 2016.

Regrettably not all major polls break down their results by ethnicity/race but enough do to give a substantial impression, especially when the results are remarkably consistent.

Poll Approval Among Black Voters
YouGov/The Economist 19%
The Hill/Harris 20%
HarrisX 18%
YouGov 19%

The aggregate of these four polls is 19%, or 3 percentage points above the aggregate for May 2018. 

In the case of two very high-profile midterm races — the Florida and Georgia gubernatorial contests — two black Democrats went down to defeat in tight races in no smart part due to black voters supporting white Republicans in higher numbers.

In Florida, Andrew Gillum narrowly lost. Black females, the admitted rock-solid core for the Democratic Party, voted for Ron DeSantis in higher than usual numbers.

In Georgia, enough black men voted against Stacey Abrams to ensure her defeat, whether she admits she lost or not. To switch allegiance because of issues when previously the party glue was too strong to allow any such action, is a warning the old days may be over.

If current polling showing black support for President Trump has indeed more than solidified at 16% but actually ticked up to 19%, and if even half of that increase above 8% translates into actual votes, then the possibility of a historic realignment would be underway. That potential is allied with the clear social and economic trends outlined above.

The consequences for the Democratic Party would be cataclysmic.

You all know how I feel about Generation Z. I LOVE the fact that they are fighting back and standing up for themselves!

From the article linked above:

“We learned that administration — specifically some of the teachers in the school — had called for our club to be disbanded,” said Gallipoli on Wednesday, “and they were encouraging people to take down our posters — right now, we’re still working with the administration, the principal and the superintendent, trying to get our posters up.”

When Marlow asked which of the group’s signs were being taken down, Gallipoli answered that it had specifically been TPUSA signs that read, “Big Government Sucks” and “America is the greatest country in the world.”

Here is a perfect example that shows why the POS Republican Senators and the CoC are fighting our President’s tariffs. The consumer is NOT paying for them!

From the article linked above:

The United States has rejected separate requests from General Motors Co and Chinese-owned Volvo Cars for an exemption to a 25% U.S. tariff on their Chinese-made sport utility vehicle models.

GM, the largest U.S. automaker, and Sweden’s Volvo both said they were aware of the respective denials of their nearly year-old petitions. Both companies had not raised the sticker price to account for tariffs, which came into play last July.

Business and politics do not mix well. Here is another perfect example of when a business decides to take a political side, the end result is devastating.

Our President doesn’t bluff!

Secretary of Energy, Rick Perry, continues to plow ahead on behalf of our country. The Three Seas Initiative is the holy grail in Europe. Our President visited them for their meeting a few years ago to tell them they no longer need to worry about the Russians shutting of their fuel supply.

Americans are continuing to win because of MAGAnomics!

From the article linked above:

Amid a mass nationwide truck driver shortage, Walmart has upped the ante by raising driver salaries to $87,500 a year, on average, beginning this February, in a bid to attract the hundreds of workers it needs to fill out its fleet in 2019.

The retail giant hired more than 1,400 new drivers last year, but as roughly two-thirds of the nation’s freight is transported by truck and consumer demand for its wares increased last year — same-store sales grew 3 percent during 2018 — the company needs another large batch of fresh drivers to keep it running.

WINNING is becoming an addiction under PDJT!

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