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Statistician and writer Nate Silver raised multiple concerns for President Joe Biden’s re-election campaign on Monday, saying that Democrats appear to have no plans to address the issues. 

In his “Silver Bulletin” newsletter on Monday, the co-founder and former editor-in-chief of polling analysis site FiveThirtyEight wrote that his outlook on the potential rematch between 81-year-old Biden and former President Donald Trump, 77, has significantly changed since a year ago. Silver circled Biden’s age and his refusal to sit down for big interviews, such as the traditional Super Bowl interview, as top concerns for his campaign. 

“If you’d asked me a year ago, I would have told you that Joe Biden was a reasonably clear favorite in the event of a rematch against Donald Trump,” Silver began, adding later in his article that in recent months, “Biden’s situation has become considerably worse.”

Webmaster addition:  I guess the dems think it's easier to steal another election!

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The hosts of ABC’s “The View” weighed in on what seems to be an increasing probability that the 2024 presidential election will be a rematch of 2020’s Donald Trump versus Joe Biden, and what a potential debate between the two might look like.

As they went around the table during Monday’s broadcast, the cohosts offered a series of suggestions regarding debates — ranging from cohost Sara Haines calling for Trump (but not Biden) to be censored in real time to Whoopi Goldberg wishing that former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton had kicked Trump in the crotch during their 2016 matchup.

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Watchdogs questioned how Black Lives Matter (BLM) spent its money last year. The organization has raised millions of dollars since its inception all in the name of fighting racism.

BLM has its hands in various cookie jars as it works to further its causes while constantly raising money. What watchdogs uncovered is that it appears one hand is feeding the other when it comes to BLM finances.

Questions surround the political action committee (PAC) associated with the primary BLM organization. Federal Election Commission (FEC) records showed that BLM spent the majority of its 2023 expenses paying the consulting firm owned by the treasurer of the PAC.

From the Daily Caller:
Black Lives Matter PAC paid $90,000 to Bowers Consulting Firm in 2023 for “strategic consulting services,” according to FEC disbursement filings. Shalomyah Bowers is both the treasurer of Black Lives Matter PAC and the founding president of Bowers Consulting Firm.

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How about we take a close look at the 2nd amendment to the Bill of Rights?  And not just a cursory look, but rather an honest, critical, deeper look.

“A well regulated Militia, being necessary to the security of a free State, the right of the people to keep and bear Arms, shall not be infringed.”

It does not say “A well regulated Standing Army being necessary to the security of a tyrannical state, the right of the people to keep and bear Arms, shall always be infringed.”

Well-regulated means to run smoothly, be disciplined, and be well-supplied. Militia means the body of people consisting of lawful citizens in a free state of existence. Security means to keep safe. Necessary means needed, essential Free state, meaning the collective of states, the whole nation. The right means those essential liberties that all people have regardless of government.

The people, the lawful citizens in a free state of existence, To keep, meaning to own and possess And bear, meaning to carry on or about one’s person either open or concealed.
Arms , meaning weapons Shall not, meaning must not, will not be infringed, meaning restricted, retarded, or suppressed in any way whatsoever.

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According to Russian officials, Navalny, 47, lost consciousness after taking a walk at the Arctic penal colony where he had been serving a 19-year prison sentence for allegedly inciting “extremist” activities and other offenses. An outspoken foe of Russian President Vladimir Putin, Navalny won fans around the world including Hollywood celebrities and government leaders of all political persuasions.

Biden immediately blamed Putin for Navalny’s passing while admitting the cause of death remains unknown. “[Make] no mistake, Putin is responsible for Navalny’s death,” Biden said during a hastily arranged press briefing on February 16. Putin, Biden continued, “had him arrested. He had him prosecuted for fabricated crimes. He sentenced him to prison. He was held in isolation.”

Well, what a difference a few weeks makes. Biden clearly suffers from a faulty if not fantastical memory but are his mental faculties so poor that he has forgotten the past few years—let alone the past few weeks?

Is this the same Joe Biden who has publicly vilified his own detractors for more than three years? The same Joe Biden who continues to deploy the country’s most powerful government agencies and corporations to hunt down, investigate, interrogate, arrest, charge, and imprison Americans for their participation in the events of January 6, 2021?

The same Joe Biden who routinely brands his countrymen as “insurrectionists” and “domestic terrorists” because they protested his election for a few hours that day?

The same Joe Biden who recently bragged about the success in creating his own set of political prisoners? Did Biden happen to forget his remarks at Valley Forge on the third anniversary of January 6? 

Here is a helpful refresher:

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A wave of confusion and concern washed over Nevada voters this weekend when many discovered that their mail ballots were registered as counted for the February 6 presidential primary despite not having participated.

The 8 News Now reported that these irregularities in voter histories prompted an immediate response from the Secretary of State’s office on Monday.

The issue was first identified on Sunday when voters began noticing discrepancies in their voting records.

“On Sunday, February 18, the Secretary of State’s Office became aware of possible technical issues related to the vote history of individuals who did not participate in the Presidential Preference Primary,” a spokesperson told 8 News Now.

“Elections and IT staff began working on the issue immediately, and met with county clerks and registrars this morning. We are working to resolve the issue as soon as possible, and will provide further updates as we can.”

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Recent reports indicate that North Korean hacking groups are employing artificial intelligence tools like ChatGPT to launch intricate cyberattacks against American white-collar workers. This development raises concerns about the evolving landscape of online threats and the potential misuse of AI for malicious purposes.

North Korean actors are leveraging AI-powered LLMs to generate content likely used in spear-phishing campaigns. These campaigns typically involve impersonating legitimate entities, such as recruiters, to trick individuals into revealing sensitive information or clicking on malicious links.

The targets of these attacks appear to be concentrated in specific sectors, including global cybersecurity, defense, and cryptocurrency companies. Social media platforms like LinkedIn, Facebook, WhatsApp, Discord, and Telegram serve as the primary battlegrounds for these operations, with LinkedIn emerging as the platform of choice for phishing scams.

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The US housing market is entering a precarious phase marked by a substantial decline in median sales and a drastic collapse in investor home purchases, surpassing the pace witnessed during the Global Financial Crisis (GFC). Warning signs are flashing, notably illustrated by desperation among renters in markets like Las Vegas, where concessions reveal a stark decline in demand for apartments at certain price points.

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