This week on the big show, Fingers and Tracy talk discuss the media working overtime to help the Democrat’s impeachment efforts, the public turning against impeachment, the dismal Democratic Debate, and President Trump reversing his stand on the vape flavor ban.
From the show:
CNN’s coverage of the attempted assassination of President Ronald Reagan
Andrew Cuomo’s failure to prove that you can overhear both sides of a cell phone conversation
Chris Cuomo calls his mom to prove you can hear someone talking on the phone without speakerphone and it was… something.
"Can you just say hello? Mom? She probably can't hear me. Mom, can you hear me? Mom? Say hello to Dana Bash." pic.twitter.com/KImamgOCxf
— Danielle Misiak (@DanielleMisiak) November 21, 2019
Trump’s mocking of Cuomo’s epic failure
SNL’s brilliant Democratic Debate sketch
Biden’s absurd solution for domestic violence
"No man has a right to raise a hand to a woman in anger other than in self-defense, and that’s rarely ever occurs. So we have to just change the culture, period, and keep punching at it and punching at it. No, I really mean it."@JoeBiden pic.twitter.com/wi5vPAAHjo
— Washington Examiner (@dcexaminer) November 21, 2019
The impeachment inquiry gets ‘two movies one screen’ treatment
MSNBC is keeping red-baiting alive
— Brian -Doc- Hall 🌹🦺🌺 (@brianchall) November 23, 2019
Opposition to impeachment grows amongst independent voters
Via The Hill:
A new national survey finds independent voters leading a sharp swing in opposition to impeachment, the second major poll to produce those findings this week.
The latest national poll from Emerson College finds 45 percent oppose impeaching President Trump, against 43 percent who support it. That’s a 6-point swing in support from October, when 48 percent of voters supported impeachment and only 44 percent opposed.
More importantly, the poll shows more independents now oppose impeachment than support it, a significant change from Emerson’s polling in October. The new poll found 49 percent oppose impeachment compared to 34 percent who support it. In October, 48 percent of independents polled supported impeachment, against 39 percent who opposed.
Since October, Emerson has found Trump’s job approval rating jump by 5 points, from 43 percent to 48 percent.
Trump backs off of proposed ban on flavored vape products
Trump compared the ban to 1920s prohibition: “If you don’t give it to them, it’s going to come here illegally. That’s the one problem I can’t seem to forget. You just have to look at the history of it. Now, instead of having a flavor that’s at least safe, they’re going to be having a flavor that’s poison.”
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