Primary Results Indicate Republicans Could Flip 6 California Districts
☆ Never Say Never
Republicans could flip six congressional seats in California in November based on primary results. Four additional seats are enough to make GOP candidates competitive. Democrats, on the other hand, don’t seem to have an easy path open to even one seat currently held by a Republican.
Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu is on track to win 59 seats for his bloc of right-wing and religious parties in Monday’s election, down by one from the 60 predicted by the initial exit polls. The new prediction leaves him two short of a majority in the Knesset.
☆ OP-ED: An Increasing Number of Hispanic Immigrants Favor More Government
It’s hard not to be a conservative and revel in the chaos that the dominance of Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-VT) is causing in the Democrat Party presidential primaries, as their establishment works to reject their party’s populist choice similar to what the Republicans tried to do to Donald Trump in 2016.
The Associated press just announced that they won’t be able to declare a winner in Iowa. Meanwhile, Tom Perez, chairman of the Democratic National Committee called for a “recanvass” of the results of the Iowa caucuses. Party chairman Perez declared ”Enough is enough” and called for this results to assure public confidence in the results.
☆ When a political party becomes a syndicate crime family.
Silicon Valley billionaire Reid Hoffman not only funded the group that sabotaged the Iowa caucus, he bankrolled the notorious online “false flag operation” in Alabama’s 2017 senate campaign, reports Max Blumenthal.
An app created by a tech firm run by veterans of Hillary Clinton’s 2016 presidential campaign is taking heat for the unprecedented delay in reporting Democratic caucus results from Iowa.
The firm behind the app reportedly is Shadow, an affiliate of ACRONYM, a Democratic nonprofit founded in 2017 “to educate, inspire, register, and mobilize voters,” according to its website. Shadow started out as Groundbase, a tech developer co-founded by Gerard Niemira and Krista Davis, who worked for the tech team on Clinton’s campaign for the 2016 Democratic nomination.