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The [WEF] is now pushing the green new deal across the world, they never wanted the people awake to see this happen. Biden is getting ready to use the SPR once again, right on schedule. Trump is showing the way forward, we need to go back to sound money and we need to introduce tariffs. The [DS] are doing what the patriots want them to do. The people are now worried about cheating in the 2024 election. The people are going to see more proof they the [DS] rigged the 2020 election which means they will rig the 2024 election. Trump needs the country to see it so they accept what needs to be done in the end. First it will the election guarded by the military then it will the trials of the treasons corrupt criminals.
Radical left Phoenix Mayor Kate Gallego is reportedly laying the groundwork in Phoenix to ban meat, dairy, and cars and carry out globalist leader Klaus Schwab’s 2030 Agenda with C40 Cities Climate Leadership Group.
The organization’s webpage advocates for a “Global Green New Deal” that “lays out a set of principles to be adopted by cities worldwide and takes a collaborative approach to climate action.” These include:
By Jeff Caldwell via AZ Free News:
And the citizens don’t want it!
The troubling fact is, on March 4, 2020, Gallego and the Council passed the 2025 Phoenix Food Action Plan. In Strategy 2, under Goal 1, the fifth “Progress on Action” creates a new policy for the Office of Environmental Programs (OEP) at the City of Phoenix to enter a contract with Arizona State University to “establish an AgriFood Tech Incubator in 2023 to accelerate ventures in sustainable food systems…”
So, in no particular order, here are 20 things that come to mind that are in various stages of being regulated, restricted or outright banned that the government has no business even being involved in.
Wood stoves (strictly regulated, some models already banned)
Gas stoves (federal government openly says it wants to ban)
Gas generators (federal government wants to ban)
Gas cars and independent vehicle travel (taxed, phased out, banned and replaced by 2035 with autonomous electric vehicles with a remote kill switch.)
Air travel (taxed, regulated, soon to be restricted and rationed)
Gas lawn equipment (government wants to ban)
Supplements (regulated, government plans to ban)
Over-the-counter cold meds (banned)
Berkey carbon filters for clean drinking water (EPA trying to ban)
Physical cash and coinage (wants to ban, started phasing out during Covid, will gradually be replaced by digital, programmable money with an “on-off switch.” This transition is already happening in some countries and will launch soon in America.)
Physical ID cards (plastic or paper being replaced by digital and biometric such as facial ID, palm scans or eyeball scans)
Borders and boundaries between nations (already banned by most Western nations except when convenient to harass and persecute law-abiding citizens).
National citizenship and national sovereignty (plan is to have global citizens under global governance)
Genders (it’s all fluid, right?).
Rainwater capture (already regulated in at least 13 states including California, Oregon, Nevada, Wisconsin, Colorado, Illinois, Georgia, Ohio, Washington, Rhode Island, Utah and Virginia)
Private well water (already regulated in some states, California plans to meterize private wells and sell your own water back you, the homeowner)
Removal of water from creeks or streams (regulated, restricted, plan to ban)
Backyard gardening (registration “encouraged” for future regulation?)
Firearms (ultra-regulated and restricted, plan is to ban them outright)
The ability to pro-create and reproduce (Already severely discouraged, the plan is to ban and replace with artificial insemination; designer babies will be grown in labs with DNA features for sale, under government registration, regulation, fees, taxes, etc.)
These are all things that, to one extent or another, in at least some states, are under attack by governments in partnership with big and powerful corporations. And more than half of them are under attack nationwide by the federal government and its corporate partners.
Looking at my list, did you notice a pattern? All of the 20 items have one thing in common — they allow us to live our lives independent of the government. Once the government claims a right to regulate, restrict or ban these items and actions, the powers that be — the oligarchs — know we will become totally dependent on the system for our survival. Food, water, energy, money, healthcare and the freedom of movement will all be 100 percent controlled.
Some hospitals are already requiring patients and visitors to have a face scan before they can be treated or enter and visit their sick loved one. You don’t agree, you don’t get into the hospital.
President Joe Biden is guiding United States energy policy in directions designed to meet his stated goals of a “100-percent ‘clean electricity grid’” by 2035 and net-zero carbon emissions by 2050, a baseload bias that radiates across the entire federal regulatory and rule-making circuitry.
Yet, despite carbon-free nuclear power providing nearly 20 percent of the electricity produced in the United States and having the capacity to produce much more, the administration continues to downplay nuclear power as a key component in achieving its 2035 and 2050 aims.
Nuclear power generates half the carbon-free electricity in the United States, according to the U.S. Department of Energy (DOE), but the Biden administration’s proposed Fiscal Year 2024 budget request cuts nuclear power development by more than $210 million, or 12 percent, from this year’s $1.77 billion budget, and nearly $100 million from two years ago.
The most recent confirmation that carbon-free nuclear power is not the carbon-free energy the administration supports is the exclusion of uranium by the Department of the Interior (DOI) from the United States Geological Survey’s (USGS) updated “critical minerals list.”
The listing is considered pivotal to reviving the nation’s uranium mining and enrichment industries, which have atrophied since the Russians flooded the global market with predatorily priced ore and processed fuels beginning three decades ago.
In 1980, domestic American operators produced and processed 90 percent of the uranium used by 251 nuclear power plants that generated 11 percent of the country’s electricity.
In 2021, only 5 percent of the uranium used by the 55 nuclear power plants operating in the United States—which now generate nearly 20 percent of the nation’s electricity—was produced domestically.
Russia, even after invading Ukraine, still produces more than 50 percent of the fuel used for nuclear power across the world. It supplies 14 percent of the ore and nearly 25 percent of the processed uranium American nuclear plants use.
This makes the USGS’s de-listing of uranium as a critical mineral “a very sad mystery,” House Natural Resources Committee Energy & Mineral Resources Subcommittee chair Rep. Pete Stauber (D-Minn.) said during a Sept. 13 hearing on the agency’s methodologies and motivations in defining what is and what is not a “critical mineral.”
Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen responded to a question on what action the Biden administration could take to combat rising oil prices by stating that they’ll keep watching the situation, but they expect the prices to “stabilize.”
Yellen answered, “Well, the president wants to make sure that gas prices remain affordable for Americans. Americans care a great deal about the price of gas. They’re still down $1.20 off their highs last summer, although they have gone up recently. The president has taken action over the last year. Certainly, the releases of oil from the Strategic Petroleum Reserve have been important in holding down oil prices and we’ll continue to monitor that closely.”
The problem the UAW has is that it simply doesn't take as many people to manufacture an electric vehicle. There are way fewer parts compared to an internal combustion engine.— Wall Street Silver (@WallStreetSilv) September 19, 2023
The Biden administration is forcing a transition to electric vehicles. California and other… https://t.co/y7GnfCgF9h
jurisdictions are also. So what is likely to happen? a lot of chaos while the UAW vs the automakers vs government mandates and someone has to lose.
Former President Donald Trump plans on traveling to Detroit to give a speech to union workers instead of attending the Republican primary debate,
Trump’s visit will include a prime-time speech to over 500 current and former union workers, including plumbers, pipe-fitters, electricians, as well as autoworkers, the official said.
The visit is scheduled for September 27, the same day that the Republican National Committee is hosting its second presidential primary debate at the Ronald Reagan Presidential Library and Museum in Simi Valley, California.
America has officially accumulated 3,000% inflation since the Fed's creation in 1913. 😲— Wall Street Silver (@WallStreetSilv) September 19, 2023
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INTERNATIONAL TRADE HAS largely failed America over the past three decades. Indeed, it is slowly bleeding the country to death. The scale of the problem is hard to comprehend. America has rung up over $12trn dollars in accumulated global deficits since 2001. Thirty years ago the trade deficit was around $80bn a year: today it is eight times larger and likely to grow even bigger this year—some believe it may exceed $1trn. Over the same period, the economy’s nominal GDP merely grew by three and a half times.
People tend to think of trade deficits on an annual basis but the reality is that they are cumulative. Deficits in some years and surpluses in others are unimportant because they might even out. But that is not what is happening. The important issue is not America’s annual global trade deficit nor its bilateral trade imbalances but the decades-long trend of enormous deficits without any surpluses. The country has literally handed over trillions of dollars of its wealth to other countries, with China getting the lion’s share. This was never supposed to be able to happen under the theory of trade espoused by economists. But it has.
best one would be that which would have the least interference with markets: yes, tariffs. The mechanism is already in place to collect them. As every ornate custom house in every international port attests, governments have collected tariffs for over a millennium and economists know their effects. None of this is likely to reverse the negative net foreign investment that resulted from trade deficits in the past, but it may reduce or stop the outflow.
Most importantly it represents a vital shift in thinking. America’s cumulative deficits hurt the country: the pain is apparent even if the reason is camouflaged. Policymakers, business leaders, economists—and the public, most of all—need to abandon the dogma of trade from 18th-century philosophers of the political economy, and embrace new thinking for novel circumstances.
Fans dressed for a baseball game, 1950s; Senator dressed for work, 2023… pic.twitter.com/YNx9VGdIq6— Carol Roth (@caroljsroth) September 18, 2023
The Texas Youth Summit, a yearly gathering for young conservatives, has announced that Republican Colorado Rep. Lauren Boebert will no longer appear as a guest speaker after surveillance footage showed Boebert and her date groping each other in a crowded theater.
The congresswoman will no longer speak at the Sept. 29 event, which also features Donald Trump Jr.; his fiancée, Kimberly Guilfoyle; Republican Florida Rep. Byron Donalds and conservative commentator Charlie Kirk, according to TMZ. The summit takes place just outside of Houston.
Here we go.
Sound of Freedom hero Tim Ballard’s June resignation/removal from Operation Underground Railroad (OUR) was due to claims of sexual misconduct.
Ballard recently said he is considering a run for Mitt Romney’s senate seat after the Utah RINO announced his retirement.
According to VICE News, at least 7 women have accused Ballard of sexual misconduct.
Attorney General Merrick Garland will be in the hot seat this week facing serious questions about historic indictments against President Joe Biden’s son, Hunter, and former President Donald Trump.
Garland will appear before the House Judiciary Committee on Wednesday, where committee Chairman Jim Jordan (R-OH) said the “two big issues” will be the fairness of prosecutions led by special counsels David Weiss and Jack Smith, both appointed by Garland.
“I think that the top issues are going to be David Weiss, this [Hunter Biden] investigation,” Jordan told the Washington Examiner in an interview. “I think there’s certainly going to be questions — what we’ll see, he probably will try to not answer, but there’ll be questions on Jack Smith, as well.”
The chairman said he’s prepared for Garland to decline to provide substantive answers, referencing the Department of Justice’s long-held stance that it does not divulge nonpublic information about ongoing investigations.
🚨 Hunter Biden is making a clear threat to all whistleblowers: if anyone speaks out about the Biden’s own wrongdoing, they are going to use their power to come after them.— Rep. James Comer (@RepJamesComer) September 18, 2023
📺 Joining @IngrahamAngle on @FoxNews tonight at 7:30pmET to discuss this intimidation effort. Tune in! https://t.co/JN6qhXSk8l
So, what exactly is an impeachment inquiry?
Simply put, the impeachment inquiry is an investigation into whether President Biden has engaged in impeachable offenses under the U.S. Constitution. Prior to Speaker McCarthy’s announcement, our committees (Oversight & Accountability, Judiciary, and Ways & Means) were investigating potential misconduct as part of their constitutional oversight and legislative duties to consider, among other things, whether changes to our nation’s laws might be needed.
By opening a formal impeachment inquiry, Speaker McCarthy has further empowered the House committees to continue their job of providing answers to the American people. Now that an impeachment inquiry is underway, this investigation can rely upon the broadest scope of the Congressional power. With this enhanced authority, it will be more difficult for the Biden Administration to stonewall efforts to find the truth.
If the committees, during this impeachment inquiry, uncover evidence of treason, bribery, or other high crimes and misdemeanors, then and only then will next steps towards impeachment proceedings be considered. Those next steps, if warranted, are the drafting and consideration of articles of impeachment at the committee level, and then consideration by the full House of Representatives.
“The Border is closed”— ALX 🇺🇸 (@alx) September 19, 2023
“The Border is secure”
The border crisis was planned, think 16 year plan
🔊 … Biden in 2015:— Wall Street Silver (@WallStreetSilv) September 19, 2023
"An unrelenting steam of immigration"
Now you understand that it's all by design. The person sitting next to him is none other than the man currently in charge of the border. Secretary Alejandro Mayorkas
KILL economy [starve/need/enslave]
Ban sale of firearms (2nd amen removal)
Install ‘on team’ SC justices> legal win(s) across spectrum of challengers (AS 187)
Removal of electoral college [pop vote ^easier manipulation/illegal votes/Soros machines]
Limit/remove funding of MIL
Closure of US MIL installations WW [Germany 1st]
Destruction of opposing MSM/other news outlets (censoring), CLAS 1-59
Residents are now begging local politicians to “close the borders of Chicago” to stop illegals coming from Texas— End Wokeness (@EndWokeness) September 18, 2023
96% of this neighborhood voted for Biden pic.twitter.com/WRkBZ4k67K
READ: Daily Wire flew a helicopter over Texas & found that a real estate developer who gave $1.4M to the governor is creating what is apparently a city for illegal immigrants, where buyers get loans directly from the developer so they don't need SSNs like you would from a bank. https://t.co/ScW8CQ7bAw— Luke Rosiak (@lukerosiak) September 18, 2023
CR goes by "Terrenos Houston" on Instagram, where marketing materials are entirely in Spanish.— Spencer Lindquist 🇺🇸 (@SpencerLndqst) September 18, 2023
Here's a post where they tell buyers to "own land in the 'Estados Unidos'" and reach out on WhatsApp, an app tailored for international comms.
And it gets worse. pic.twitter.com/6yWPxpXPMv
We are going to demand Congress secure the border in the upcoming CR. Illegal immigration must end!— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) May 4, 2018
The Biden administration has approved $5.7 million in grant funding to George Washington University to create a program that will provide psychological care to journalists who believe they are the targets of “misinformation-driven harassment campaigns.”
The program, called Expert Voices Together, is described in the government grant database as “a socio-technical system that provides real-time support to experts experiencing online harassment.” The project’s goal is to provide journalists, and eventually other “experts,” with means of “monitoring and reporting” alleged abuse, as well as “personalized assistance with digital safety” and access to “mental health care specialists” as a form of “trauma-informed care.”
The National Science Foundation (NSF) first allocated $749,222 in funding to George Washington University in 2021, and approved the project for continuation in 2022, approving an additional $5 million in taxpayer funds. Work associated with the grant is ongoing, with funding projected to end in August 2024.
Big Tech woes deepen for British comedian and actor Russell Brand as the popular video-sharing platform YouTube extinguishes his monetization privileges in response to sexual assault allegations. However, Brand’s demonetization isn’t based on any of the content on the platform. YouTube has made the decision to punish the creator for off-site allegations that have yet to face a court of law.
A YouTube spokesperson said: “If a creator’s off-platform behavior harms our users, employees or ecosystem, we take action.”
Brand, a prolific commentator with an impressive following of 6.6 million subscribers has, in recent years, turned his attention to growing authoritarianism and the threats to civil liberties – surrounding the Covid pandemic and beyond.
the Department of Homeland Security l announced a new “group”: the “Homeland Intelligence Experts Group.” The “Experts Group” will operate under the Secretary for Intelligence and Analysis, Ken Waintstein, as well as Counterterrorism Coordinator Nicholas Rasmussen (a Biden Laptop letter signee), to “provide advice and perspectives on intelligence and national security efforts to the Office of Intelligence and Analysis and the Office of Counterterrorism Coordinator to support DHS’ vital work to protect our country.”
According to a press release, the group will be comprised of “private sector experts who will provide their unique perspectives on the federal government’s intelligence enterprise to DHS’s I&A and the Office of the Counterterrorism Coordinator.”
The “Experts Group” will consist of some controversial individuals including Hunter Biden Laptop “Spies Who Lie”, “Russia, Russia, Russia” promulgators and others discredited in recent investigations including:
John Brennan, a former CIA Director who was incorrect in the controversial assessment of the Hunter Biden Laptop leading up to the 2020 Election
John Bellinger, a lawyer at DC firm Arnold &Porter, a former Dept. of State adviser and National Security Council under George W. Bush, and an adjunct senior fellow for international and national security law at the Council on Foreign Relations
James Clapper, a former DNI who was also tied up in not just the “Spies Who Lie” laptop letter, but also claimed General Michael Flynn “had been compromised by Russia” in his memoir
Paul Kolbe, Senior Fellow and former Director of the Intelligence Project, Harvard Kennedy School Belfer Center (Former Operations Officer, Central Intelligence Agency) and “Spies Who Lie” signee
JUST IN: Footage of the debris field of the F-35 jet has been released after it was located in a field in Williamsburg County, South Carolina.— Collin Rugg (@CollinRugg) September 19, 2023
The crash site was about 80 miles from Joint Base Charleston, South Carolina.
The F-35 fighter jet appeared to run through a group of… pic.twitter.com/mqOdRSpUOt
The high-tech fighter can hide from radar, but hackers are a different matter.
The F-35 Lightning II can evade radar while infiltrating enemy airspace to deliver a knockout blow. It’s a sophisticated, stealthy fighter with one big vulnerability—being hacked. As the plane finally reaches full production, the Air Force is racing to plug holes that could allow hackers to exploit the jet’s connected systems—with disastrous results.
The aircraft itself is pretty secure. As Air Force Times explains, there are multiple layers of security surrounding the jet, including PIN numbers for individual pilots and secure authentication in crafting mission packages for uploading into the aircraft computer. A faraway hacker could not, for example, start up the aircraft and force its engine to explode, or cause the airplane to roll off the runway and crash.
How did it take the Pentagon 28 HOURS to find missing F-35 that had crashed in a field 80 miles from base? Mystery surrounds loss of $80M stealth fighter – as unearthed study raised fears jet could be HACKED by enemy
Joint Base Charleston said on Monday that it had finally located the crashed F-35
It emerged tonight a 2019 report highlighted concern the plane could be hacked
READ MORE: Russian pilot tried to shoot down RAF surveillance aircraft over the Black Sea in 2022 – but his missile missed
As leading American politicians, generals, and pundits continue advocating for open-ended support to Kyiv in their war against Russia, a sober, accurate analysis of Ukraine’s nearly completed summer offensive reveals that the heroic sacrifice Ukraine continues to make is producing little to no meaningful progress toward the objective of evicting Russia from Ukraine’s territory.
Washington should instead employ a necessary course correction and form a new policy, based on the harsh, ground-truth combat realities in Ukraine. Revising the objectives would give Washington and Kyiv a chance to preserve Ukrainian lives and American interests.
Ukraine is now targeting American journalists— DC_Draino (@DC_Draino) September 19, 2023
Enough is enough https://t.co/agCeOdHbH4
A good example of how proxy war propaganda spreads: a missile hit a Donetsk market on Sept. 6, killing 17 people. It was one of the deadliest attacks inside Ukraine this year.— Aaron Maté (@aaronjmate) September 19, 2023
Ukraine declared that Russia was responsible. Western media outlets, e.g. @democracynow, widely… https://t.co/w5fiQV1cS2
Note how quickly every media outlet in the US credulously takes the claims of the Ukrainian gov. Will a single one issue a correction? pic.twitter.com/GQlMHlQVEG— Saagar Enjeti (@esaagar) September 19, 2023
🚨🚨New Report: UK Death & Disability Analysis: Cardiovascular Disease, Ages 15-44— Edward Dowd (@DowdEdward) September 18, 2023
✅The anecdotal evidence observed in media has been confirmed by a strong statistical signal
✅Excess Death Rates from Cardiovascular diseases up 13% in 20, 30% in 21 & 44% in 22
✅Z-scores of… pic.twitter.com/OufZzV0arT
.@US_FDA was C19vax monitoring for myocarditis since Oct 2020. All agencies knew well ahead of time of this fatal complication. They created a false narrative that myocarditis was rare, mild, transient and shifted the blame onto SARS-CoV-2 Infection. pic.twitter.com/kBu6iM8ZFa— Peter A. McCullough, MD, MPH® (@P_McCulloughMD) September 19, 2023
COVID-19 vaccines were authorized in Canada during 2020 and 2021 without being subjected to the country’s safety tests as required under established drug regulations, revealed an accountability watchdog.
An investigation into COVID vaccines found that the jabs were “neither safe nor effective,” said the nonprofit National Citizens Inquiry (NCI) in a Sept. 15 post on X. The organization published a report Thursday detailing the flawed mechanism through which the vaccines were granted “approval” in Canada.
“It is important to understand that the COVID-19 vaccines were never approved under the traditional approval process for drugs in Canada,” stated the report (pdf). Instead, Health Canada, the federal agency responsible for national health policy, approved the vaccines through an alternative authorization process—an interim order.
“Under the alternative authorization process, the necessity to establish the safety and efficacy of COVID-19 vaccines through an objective manner appears to have been set aside.”
Canada’s Food and Drug Regulations require that a drug can only be approved in the country after its safety and effectiveness are demonstrated to the Minister of Health. Then, the minister considers whether the benefits outweigh the risks, following which, approval is granted.
Instead of following regulations, the Minister of Health sanctioned an interim order on Sept. 16, 2021, which exempted all COVID-19 vaccines from normal review and approval. This provision usually allows the minister to override normal regulations in situations of “significant risk” to health, safety, or the environment.
In Canada, four COVID-19 vaccines were authorized by the health agency under an interim order—Pfizer-BioNTech, Moderna, Janssen, and AstraZeneca.
Chicago Mayor Brandon Johnson said he wants to open city-owned grocery stores to serve neighborhoods that have become “food deserts” after four Walmart stores and a Whole Foods closed.
Johnson announced last week that his administration would partner with the nonprofit advocacy group Economic Security Project to put stores in underserved areas of the city — a proposal Republicans called something out of “Soviet-style central planning.“
Illinois has become the first state in the U.S. to entirely abolish cash bail starting today, September 18, 2023, a massive win for criminals.
the Illinois Supreme Court upheld the Pretrial Fairness Act provision of the Safety, Accountability, Equity, Transparency-today Act, meaning that cash bail will be eliminated in Illinois in 60 days.
The elimination of cash bail in Illinois was set to go into effect on Sunday, January 1, 2023, but the state’s highest court halted the reform.
Democrats in Illinois passed a new law to eliminate the cash bail system. The new law aimed at reforming the state’s criminal justice system.
This will result in the release on no bail while awaiting court date of those accused of certain felonies, such as “second-degree murder, aggravated battery, and arson without bail, as well as drug-induced homicide, kidnapping, burglary, robbery, intimidation, aggravated DUI, aggravated fleeing and eluding, drug offenses and threatening a public official.”
The SAFE-T Act:— Keith Pekau (@KeithPekau) September 7, 2022
❌ Abolishes cash bail for almost every offense.
❌ Individuals on electronic monitoring must be in violation for 48 hours before law enforcement can act.
❌ Prohibits officers from removing trespassers from your residence or business. pic.twitter.com/ZX8tlQdelR
The law means that 12 non-detainable offenses will no longer require a paid cash bail:
Aggravated fleeing and eluding
Aggravated driving under the influence
Threatening a public official
Not suspicious at all!— Charlie Kirk (@charliekirk11) September 19, 2023
Nearly 3 years after J6, Ray Epps is finally charged … with "disorderly conduct."
That's right. The man who yelled for people to storm the Capitol, who was video taped mulitple times actually trying to incite a riot, somehow avoids seditious conspiracy… pic.twitter.com/gxGHcbiuOq
somehow avoids seditious conspiracy with no terrorism enhancement while people who never entered the Capitol are rotting away in a DC jail. Everything is on the level folks.
This lame single charge tells us everything we need to know about Ray Epps.— Julie Kelly 🇺🇸 (@julie_kelly2) September 19, 2023
No obstruction felony? No civil disorder charge? Not even a trespassing on restricted grounds misdemeanor?
Can't even tell you the last time I saw an "information" (misdemeanor version of indictment)… pic.twitter.com/zQ0rGT23ES
for a J6er on a sole count. Not sure it exists but will check.
The question is why now, is there something about to drop, is it going to show that there were CHS on J6. Timing is suspect.
More cherry picking from leaked info in this case.— Julie Kelly 🇺🇸 (@julie_kelly2) September 19, 2023
If Trump wrote notes on papers or cards with "classified markings" when he was president–so what?
Jack Smith has come a long way from "NUCLEAR SECRETS!" to "SCRATCH PAPER." Weak case and this story proves it. https://t.co/qcvRitYfrD
“ … the most secure in American history.”— Rasmussen Reports (@Rasmussen_Poll) September 19, 2023
Survey conducted September 8-11, 2023.
1061 Georgia LV's, MOE, +/- 3%
"Who did you vote for in the 2020 presidential election?"
All Georgia Likely Voters-
Trump: 46% 👈
Biden: 39% 👈
Someone Else: 8%
Didn't Vote: 4%
Not Sure: 3% https://t.co/NwU1hFiqID