Secret Service statements reported how “potential explosive devices” were sent to former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton at her New York residence; home of former President Obama in the nation’s capital; Time Warner Center (Cable News Network’s New York Office) addressed to former CIA director John Brennan (whose security clearance was reportedly revoked; Florida’s 2rd congressional representative Debbie Wasserman Schultz, former chairwoman of the Democratic National Committee; former Vice President Joseph
Biden; former Attorney General Eric Holder, whose package was mistakenly addressed;California representative Maxine Water; Liberal billionaire George Soros’ residence; among other well-known members of the Democratic party, including a well-known actor who has been most vocal against the current Chief Executive.
Fortunately, none of the aforementioned individuals, per more Secret Service reports, were not “at risk,” in receiving the packages addressed to them as “untouched.”
Chaos was minimized at the CNN offices; it was learned however that the fire alarm could be heard “going off” while CNN was on the air, while its staff were evacuated instantly, avoiding the usual panic that such incidents are bound to cause amid the everyday business that characterizes such notable news centers.
Such comments were carried on Twitter and pro-Trump forums.
John Cardillo, a former New York Police Department officer, and popular conservative radio host, was identified as having initially denounced political violence coming from”both sides of the aisle,” but quickly was described as one who broadcast his “skepticism” that the threats were “legit.”
“Just too coincidental that two weeks before Election Day, as the ‘blue wave’ has turned into a ripple, and the left is losing ground because of incivility and violent rhetoric,
exclusive devices who are in the mailboxes of Soros, Clinton, and Obama,” Cardillo had written.
President Trump was heard to say: “Acts or threats of political violence have no place in the United States.”
When Trump received a briefing from federal officials, he used the term “despicable acts,” in reference to the aforesaid packages addressed to several recipients.
Media-wise, it was reported how Twitter has reacted: A spokesman for the social company, Deep State cesspool, confirmed how CNN suspended 18 accounts linked to InfowarsPapers, “under the Infowars umbrella.”
Instant action on the part of the Secret Service identified a suspect from Florida, who has now been held after more tangible proofs that he is solely responsible for the
packages sent to all Democratic party faithful as reports continue to prove how he was the lone sender, and a verified Trump admirer.
The Florida resident, a suspect, has been further identified as Cesar Sayoc, Jr., whose ethnicity on his father’s side was mentioned as Filipino.
Not all is bleak on the Democratic end.
Reports, as announced, indicate how the Republicans claim that the newly-appointed Supreme Court Associate Justice Brett Kavanaugh, did “energize” their base as
they are convinced that their party’s quest to retain their House and Senate majorities in the coming mid-term elections is more than certain.
However loud the Republicans’ cheer is aired, two national polls have just been released that reject the GOP’s extra-optimistic narrative.
A CNN poll released found Democratic enthusiasm climbed to its highest level of the cycle, as did the party’s lead on the generic congressional ballot.
The voice of optimism cannot be depended wholly, of course. But doesn’t the poll results provide good indicators of which party will be headed to control Congress?
Another poll indicated how the Democrats did open up a 10-point lead on the generic congressional ballot, with 48 percent of voters saying theirs will be an all-Democrat
vote as opposed to the 39 percent who say they will back Republicans.
Most encouraging, although, not a novel piece of news: How 57 percent of women voters say they are “very motivated” to vote in November, as opposed to 32 percent
of men when asked for their opinion.
CNN has found a massive gender gap in the generic ballot, with 63 percent of women backing the Democratic Party candidate, as opposed to men who professed how
they will vote: 45 percent declared how they will cast their vote.
It is noteworthy to read how the former mayor of New York who went from being a Democrat to an Independent to a Republican has now officially registered as a
Democrat ahead of the 2018 midterms.
“As key points in U.S. history, one of the two parties has served as a bulwark against those who threaten our Constitution,” Bloomberg wrote while he was filling out his
“Two years ago at the Democratic Convention, I warned of those threats. Today, I have re-registered as a Democrat–I had been a member for most of my life–because
we need Democrats to provide the checks and balance our nation so badly needs,” Bloomberg continued to stress.
Meantime, Trump, who has been described as the “incapacitated president,” has been identified as one leader whose “own aides don’t trust him to lead the country.”
Deploringly, the sole group who should be able to stop the Trump crisis, continues to pretend it doesn’t exist at all.
In a presidency, riddled with missteps as reported widely and unhesitatingly by neutral press reports, it has been such a trying step to pinpoint one labeled as the gross missteps in such a relatively brief period in the Trump-led administration since January 20, 2017.
The driving force behind some of reported and widely-disseminated news is the Trump inability to take women, and particularly women of color, seriously. A neutral
political analyst said: “With Trump blinded by misogyny, it may very well be his rampant sexism that will promote his political downfall.”
Of certain interest is how, women in America view how a president accused of sexual misconduct by more than a dozen women watching from the sidelines, are
dissecting the so-called “sexist Achilles Heel.”
There are others outside America who are definitely viewing Trumpism’s early advice to those who face sexism charges as he was reported to have said: “Deny, deny, deny, and push back on these women.”
As most observers from the standpoint of women’s status continue to be heard, 60 percent of American women “disapprove of Trump’s performance,” 63 percent support
Robert Mueller’s investigation and 49 percent believe Congress should begin impeachment proceedings.”
A fact: 53 percent of white women enabled the current executive to be where he is: The 45th president of the United States.
Very soon, the percentage will change; as it is hoped to be revealed, just as fast as figures and facts will make their entry official when the midterm election results will be announced on an official dissemination of Year 2018’s all-important Election Day.