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The President Refuses to Concede | The Weekly Dumpster Fire - #61
With Joe Biden as the projected winner, there are only two months until he will be sworn in. How much damage can Donald Trump do to public trust in our democracy between now and then? Is election fraud affecting the outcome of this presidential race?
Biden or Trump? | Tearing Down the Fence: Memphis, Tennessee
No matter where you stand politically, one thing is certain: divided we fall. Watch us walk in downtown Memphis, TN asking strangers who they want to win and who they believe will win. This is our very first segment of Tearing Down the Fence.
Joe Biden Defeats Donald Trump | #60
Joe Biden, in his third run for president, narrowly defeats Donald Trump to become 46th President of the United States of America.
Here's How Trump and Biden Could Tie | #59
The race between Trump and Biden is close this year. In some cases, the polls are identical to Hillary's performance against Donald in 2016, but in many key areas, Biden has taken a much greater "lead" against him. You saw how it turned out last time though, right?
Why the Hunter Biden Story Makes No Difference | #58
At this particular moment, corporate news is flooding the public with the narrative that Joe Biden is slated to defeat Donald Trump by a landslide. Rewind to 2016: Joe's performance in major polls is, more or less, identical to Hillary Clinton's; we may have to endure four more years of orange man. In other news, the New York Post has published several articles nailing Hunter Biden to a cross and taking his father down with him, but does it even make a difference?
That One Time the Boogaloo Planned to Murder a Governor | #57
Sure, maybe the Boogaloo isn't "officially" the far right, but every time we hear about them, they're doing something ridiculous, so it's probably time to call a spade a spade. In other news, Trump is very far behind in the polls (further behind than he was 4 years ago at this time), but will it be another wild card experience? Also, the GOP plans to have Amy Coney Barrett, the new Associate Supreme Court Justice nominee, voted in before election day.
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