Monday, April 26, 2021

Trump Calls Out LeBron James For His ‘Nasty’ And ‘Racist’ Tweet Threatening Heroic Police Officer; Moving From ‘Defund Police’ To ‘Let Teens Stab Each Other’ Will Dig Democrats’ Grave In The Midterms, and related stories

Trump Calls Out LeBron James For His ‘Nasty’ And ‘Racist’ Tweet Threatening Heroic Police Officer
Former President Donald Trump released a statement Thursday ridiculing NBA player LeBron James after the Lakers star threatened a Columbus, Ohio police officer who saved the life of a teenage girl on the verge of being stabbed. James tweeted “You’re Next #ACCOUNTABILITY” on Tuesday, but deleted it after backlash.
“LeBron James should focus on basketball rather than presiding over the destruction of the NBA, which has just recorded the lowest television RATINGS, by far, in the long and distinguished history of the League,” Trump said.
Indeed, NBA ratings have been down for years. The Athletic reported last week that the league has an average of 2.83 million viewers for premium network games this season, compared to the all-time low of 2.95 million last season. The NBA Finals had ratings down 51 percent, with the final game down 70 percent year-over-year. In September, a poll showed 39 percent of respondents thought the league was overly political. --->READ MORE HERE
Moving From ‘Defund Police’ To ‘Let Teens Stab Each Other’ Will Dig Democrats’ Grave In The Midterms:
The Democrats' escalation from 'defund police' to 'let teens stab each other' is a gold mine for Republicans in 2022.
In November, Democrats expected to expand their House majority by as many as 15 t0 20 seats. Instead, they lost 12, giving House Speaker Nancy Pelosi the slimmest majority of her congressional career. In the autopsy of the Democratic defeat, the party’s leftward embrace of “Defund Police” was in no small part to blame.
“No one should say ‘defund the police’ ever again,” Virginia Rep. Abigail Spanberger scolded House progressives the day after the election. The Richmond-area congresswoman barely survived the November contest.
Virginia Democrat Sen. Mark Warner agreed the left’s anti-police rhetoric doomed them in congressional races, setting Republicans up to reclaim the House and Senate in 2022, as the president’s party historically fares poorly in his first midterms.
“I think the ability, using terms like ‘defund the police’ have led to Democratic losses in this last year,” Warner said.
House Republicans in a 222-213 minority now only need to flip five seats to take back the lower chamber next year, provided they keep a reliably red district in central Ohio vacated by Rep. Steve Stivers, who announced his resignation for another job earlier this week. In the Senate, Republicans must only flip one seat in an evenly divided chamber ruled by Democrats through a Democrat vice president to cast the tie-breaking votes. --->READ MORE HERE
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