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Post by 49ersfootball on Jul 16, 2020 12:05:22 GMT
Fox News Polling Survey (November 4th to December 1st, 2020) Do you approve or disapprove the job President Trump is doing ? Approve: 32% Disapprove: 54% Undecided: 13%
Do you approve or disapprove the job Congress is doing ? Approve: 33% Disapprove: 56% Undecided: 7%
Among GOPers: Approve: 98% Disapprove: 1% Undecided: 1%
Among Dems: Approve: 14% Disapprove: 63% Undecided: 23%
Among Independents: Approve: 58% Disapprove: 37% Undecided: 3%
2024 Dems only: Who do you want to be the Dem nominee for President in 2024 ? CA Governor Gavin Newsom (D): 25% LA Governor John Bel Edwards (D): 13% United States Senator Cory Booker (D-NJ): 10%
2024 GOPers only: Who do you want to be the GOP nominee for President in 2024 ? Vice President Mike Pence (R): 27% United States Senator Ted Cruz (R-TX): 20% United States Senator Tom Cotton (R-AR): 16% United States Senator Richard Scott (R-FL): 6% United States Senator Josh Hawley (R-MO): 3% AZ Governor Doug Ducey (R): 3% GA Governor Brian Kemp (R): 2% FL Governor Ron DeSantis (R): 1%
Post by 49ersfootball on Jul 17, 2020 19:39:55 GMT
Chapter 2: Justice Breyer laid to rest
2:28 PM EST, Friday, November 27th, 2020
Washington Hebrew Congregation, Washington, DC.
Funeral services for US Supreme Court Associate Justice Stephen Breyer.
An estimated 2,000 people attended the funeral service for the late US Supreme Court Associate Justice Stephen Breyer: among those in attendance: Vice President & Second Lady Pence, US Supreme Court Chief Justice John Roberts, US Supreme Court Associate Justices Clarence Thomas, Samuel Alito, Neil Gorsuch, Brett Kavanaugh, Sonia Sotomayor, Elena Kagan & Amy Coney Barrett; others in attendance included several members of the US Congress & many of Justice Breyer's clerks from the US Supreme Court. Former Presidents Clinton & Biden were in attendance at the service, which lasted about 2 HRS & 45 minutes. Following the funeral service, Justice Breyer was laid to rest in a private ceremony at the Congressional Cemetery in Washington, DC.
Post by 49ersfootball on Jul 17, 2020 21:55:42 GMT
Meanwhile in the Philippines......
5:46 PM PHST, Saturday, November 28th, 2020
Somewhere in Metro Manila, Philippines
Anti-Duterte protests continue to rage throughout Metro Manila & other parts of the country demanding the resignation of the
The protests continued to take place throughout Metro Manila & including other parts of the country, where the calls for Duterte's resignation continued to mount. Due to the ongoing backlash over Duterte's press conference disaster as well as other human rights violations & the ugly ongoing dismantling of press freedom (ABS-CBN still shut down as of this time). Duterte, for his part, hunkered down at Malacanang Palace in an attempt to avoid the ongoing protests from converging over to Malacanang Palace "This dumbass protesters need to be SHOT!" Duterte nagged inside his office at the Palace; obviously the Palace grounds were heavily guarded by PSG & PNP officials with orders to shoot the protesters with real live bullets if they tried to march down the road to the Palace.
Post by 49ersfootball on Jul 21, 2020 22:26:09 GMT
12:56 PM EST, Saturday, November 28th, 2020
San Augustine, FL
April 6th, 2019: FL Governor Ron DeSantis saluting during the Change of Command Ceremony with Major General Michael Calhoun, outgoing Adjutant General of FL & Major General James O. Eifert, incoming Adjutant General of FL.
Following President Trump's defeat to former President Biden, eyes began to turn inside the GOP on who'll become the standard bearer for the party in 2024 once Trump leaves office: the list ranged from United States Senators, Governors as well as the usual early front-runner, Vice President Pence. One of the Governors being looked at as a potential White House contender was FL Governor Ron DeSantis (R), whose leadership skills had surprised many skeptics when he pledged a bipartisan approach to governing in the conservative Red State: from appointing minorities & women to key positions in state government; also getting tough on illegal immigration by signing executive orders & legislation banning sanctuary cities in the Sunshine State, appointing pro-life judges to the FL Supreme Court, signing measure that would make it harder for ballot initiatives to be launched.
Many saw DeSantis as a possible successor to Trump: strong conservative, popular Governor in a deep conservative Red State, military veteran (serving in the US Naval Reserves), pro-life, strong on border security, tough on crime & aggressively pro-Israel, etc., however: there were others who assumed DeSantis was thin-skinned to criticism with a tendency to go off in fuses during public events, controversial actions in office such as limiting the achievements of Amendment 4 that restored voting rights to felons & other issues.