Grind for March 9th
“Some people could be given an entire field of roses and only see the thorns in it. Others could be given a single weed and only see the wildflower in it. Perception is a key component to gratitude. And gratitude is a key component to joy.” – Amy Weatherly
Rasmussen Survey Claims Trump Has Narrowed Biden’s Lead To 3 Points
In the latest weekly White House Watch survey conducted by Rasmussen Reports, President Trump, who trailed former Vice President Joe Biden by 10 points in last week’s survey, has narrowed the deficit to just three points.
Rasmussen reported, “The latest Rasmussen Reports national telephone and online survey finds the likely Democratic presidential nominee earning 47% support among Likely U.S. Voters to Trump’s 44%. Five percent (5%) prefer some other candidate. Four percent (4%) are undecided.”
In the latest White House Watch survey, Trump garnered 79% of the Republican vote; Biden got 76% of Democrats. Among Independent voters, Biden scored 44% of the vote, Trump 38%; last week Biden’s lead among Independents was 12 points.
RealClearPolitics showed figures after the smoke had cleared from the 2016 presidential election that Rasmussen Reports was the second most accurate poll out of 11 major polls RCP selected regarding the presidential final results, only one of which (IBD/TIPP Tracking) predicted a Trump victory. Read more…
President Trump May Intervene in Case of Armed St. Louis Couple Who Defended Home
The governor of Missouri said President Trump may intervene in the case of a St. Louis couple who went viral for wielding their guns at protesters marching through their gated community in late June.
Mark and Patricia McCloskey gained national attention for standing outside their home on the evening of June 28 while Black Lives Matter protesters came through their neighborhood to demonstrate outside the St. Louis mayor’s home. St. Louis Circuit Attorney Kimberly Gardner, a Democrat, said she was “alarmed” by the video of the McCloskeys brandishing their weapons, adding that her office was investigating the incident.
Republican Gov. Mike Parson said during a press conference Tuesday that Trump told him “he would do everything he could within his powers to help with this situation.” He later said he was “thankful that [Trump’s] going to stand up for people and their legal rights.”
Parson told reporters during the press conference that Trump “understands the situation in St. Louis and how out of control it is for a prosecutor to let violent criminals off and not do their job and try to attack law-abiding citizens.”
“I think the president and the attorney general of the United States are going to take a look at it,” Parson said. “The president doesn’t like what he’s seeing and the way these people are being treated. Read more…
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