“Breaking News! New polling by CBS News on the state of the Republican Party (which is very strong!). ‘President Trump has a stronghold on the GOP,’ 80% of Republicans agree with the removal of Liz Cheney from GOP Leadership and only 20% disagree.
The poll also showed that 67% of Republicans said that they do not consider Sleepy Joe Biden to be the legitimate winner of the 2020 Presidential Election. I agree with them 100%, just look at the facts and the data – there is no way he won the 2020 Presidential Election!”
Trump wrote the post late Sunday evening. The same CBS News poll suggested that 53% of Republicans believe the GOP strategy for winning elections is to prioritize “Message: Get more voters with policies & ideas” while coming in second place with 47% was “Rules: Push for changes to state voting rules.”
Another pro-Trump message that came from the poll related to what the “GOP Should follow Trump’s example on.” Amongst Republicans 89% said economic issues, 88% said immigration issues, 80% said leadership and 77% said how to treat the media.
Also amongst Republicans, 66% say being loyal to Trump is “Important” while only 33% say it’s “not important.”
AZ Supreme Court Agrees to Hear GOP Voter Fraud Suit
The Arizona Supreme Court has agreed to hear an appeal filed by Arizona GOP chairwoman, Dr. Kelli Ward challenging the results in Maricopa County after a lower court dismissed her suit last week
Ward filed a notice of appeal with the state’s highest court late Friday.
The Supreme Court confirmed receipt of the case Monday and said it would decide the matter without oral argument.
The parties were ordered to file simultaneous briefs of no longer than 3,000 words and an appendix with their exhibits by noon Monday.
Last week, the Arizona Republicans were granted a review of 100 random ballots. The results? It showed a three percent average of tainted or invalid ballots.
President Trump reacted to the news of the tainted ballots on Twitter last week, writing, “In Arizona, it turns out that 3% of the votes cast in the 100 count vote sampling were tainted or worse. This would be, if carried forward, approximately 90,000 votes more than we would need to win the State. Now we were granted a much larger sample to work with. Wow!”
According to Dr. Ward, 2 percent of the ballots studied changed from Trump to Biden.
She told KTAR she would “go to the end to prove” that “President Trump won this election by a landslide in Arizona.
Unlike the Pennsylvania Supreme Court, it appears the highest court in AZ still has a desire to at least appear fair and objective based on its decision to take up this very important case.
Abysmal Ratings For Biden's Address To Congress
For a president that got the highest recorded number of votes in history, ratings for his speeches and last nights address to Congress show that not many want to listen to him as only 11.6 million viewers tuned in.
To compare, here are the numbers for Trump’s speeches:
TV Ratings for Presidential Addresses:
No crowds at his rallies. No crowd at his inauguration. Empty chamber for his speech. Virtually no viewers at home.
— Charlie Kirk (@charliekirk11) April 29, 2021
Trump had over 36 million more viewers than Biden for his first speech and yet Biden received 81,000,000 votes in the presidential election.
Even according to vociferously pro-Biden Deadline, it was admitted that “Biden’s first address to a sparse Congress was one of the least watched in recent history.”
Deadline has Biden’s speech’s viewership as “down by 49 percent” compared to the Trump speech, although those numbers don’t add up very well. Their own article, given the best-case scenario, pegs Biden’s numbers at an anemic 13.5 million, tops, which is not even a third part of Trump’s numbers.
“It is worth noting that for the most part, the first joint address to Congress is usually some of the best viewership numbers a President gets over their time in office, as the novelty factor is still high. I mention that because, unlike Trump, Barack Obama, and other recent Commander In Chiefs, Biden has been a part of the national political life for decades.”
“As well, it’s not like the President isn’t literally giving a speech or remarks almost every day since he took office. Just sayin.”