Trump Surges in New Poll, Especially in Battleground States

A new CNN poll about the race between President Donald Trump and Democratic nominee Joe Biden shows what amounts a statistical dead heat among registered voters nationwide and a virtual tie in battleground states.

The poll found that 50 percent of those polled support Biden while 46 percent support Trump. However, the margin of error for results among registered voters is 4 percentage points, which means Trump and Biden could be in a tie.

The poll also found that since the June CNN poll, Biden has slipped by 5 percentage points in the poll while Trump the president has gathered strength. In June, the former vice president was at 55 percent support while Trump was at 41 percent support.


RUSH: The Orders to Take Out Trump Must Have Gone to Fox, Not the Other Candidates


RUSH: It was just 24 hours ago, ladies and gentlemen -- a mere 24 hours ago -- that I was behind this very Golden EIB Microphone informing you that I had come across a bit of news.  The bit of news was that big-time Republican donors had ordered to take out Donald Trump in the debate last night. 

We all made a mistake.  We assumed that the orders went out to the candidates.  But the candidates did not make one move toward taking Donald Trump out.  The broadcast network did; the candidates didn't.  I mean, let's review.  The first question from Megyn Kelly to Trump was, "You've called women fat slobs, pigs, whatever," and he said, "No, just Rosie O'Donnell."  The place starts laughing and so forth, but she's not amused, and she tells him, "No, it's more than that."

She keeps going on and on and on about it, and says, "Is this the right kind of temperament?" Whatever it was.  Trump was clearly caught entirely off guard by it, and even today he said, "I'm not... I don't know when I've ever said this stuff."  Who knows if he writes all of his tweets that he posts.  You know, this is the danger that when you start going in the social media stuff and tweeting stuff and maybe you hire somebody to do it for you.

I happen to know Trump does not use a cell phone, folks. He does not do e-mail, for this very reason. I was told long ago when I first started playing golf with the Trumpster, he does not use a cell phone, or at least he doesn't do e-mail.  I was kind of surprised, frankly, when I saw that he started tweeting. My first question is, "Does he write these tweets himself or does he have somebody on his staff doing it just because it's hip and it's hot and he wants a presence in it?"

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Leviticus 26-Warning to America

Leviticus 26 ( a new translation with notes)

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Blessings for Obedience (also read Deuteronomy 28)

Forward: This chapter is for ISRAEL. Israel includes Great Britain and The United States of America!  Jews are only one of the tribe's of Jacob (Israel).  The lost tribes migrated to Europe and became the modern nations of Denmark, France, Holland and Great Britain. The youngest tribe (actually the 13th tribe) is the United States!  Incredible? Yes, but true nonetheless.   This is our message. These are our warnings and blessings! The words of God are in RED, because the God speaking to Moses was the one who would become Jesus Christ! The Hebrew word for the personal name of God is Yahweh, translated LORD. Yahweh is the personal name of Jesus Christ! (Read Exodus 3:14 AND John 8:58 as absolute proof of this fact!) Elohim is the uni-plural Hebrew name for the God FAMILY! It is the group containing the Godhead. The notes are my comments.

1 Do not make idols or set up carved images, or sacred pillars, or sculptured stones in your land so you may worship them. I am the LORD (Jesus) your God (The Godhead-Jesus and The Father).

2 Keep my Sabbaths, and revere my sanctuary; I am the LORD(Jesus).


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Not even 4 in 10 believe Obama birth story

Not even 4 in 10 believe Obama birth story

Magazine boasts 63% think president born somewhere in the states

Posted: June 29, 2010
8:17 pm Eastern

By Bob Unruh
© 2010 WorldNetDaily

U.S. President Barack Obama is pictured during a press conference 
at the end of the G20 Summit in Toronto June 27, 2010.  REUTERS/Jason 

Not even four in 10 people across America believe President Obama's narrative about being born in Hawaii, according to a new poll. A new 60 Minutes/Vanity Fair poll shows that only 39 percent of respondents believe Obama was born in Hawaii as he wrote in his book. The magazine boasted, "A whopping 63 percent – very nearly two-thirds of us – went out on a limb and stated for the record that we believe in the United States. It's enough to make you proud to be an American – or 63 percent proud, at any rate." But that included those who say they believe he was born in Kansas or some other unknown state, which still would conflict with Obama's narrative.     read the rest of the story>>>>>>>>>>>>>

Poll shows Muslim prejudice

A messianic Jewish leader isn't surprised that a recent Gallup survey shows Americans are more than twice as likely to express "prejudice" against Muslims than against Christians, Jews, or Buddhists.

The analysis from the Gallup World Religion Survey is part of a project on finding ways to increase understanding between Americans and Muslims. It reveals that nearly two-thirds of Americans say they have little or no knowledge of Islam. Still, a majority dislike the faith.
Just over half of Americans polled said they feel no prejudice against Muslims; however, 43 percent acknowledged at least "a little" prejudice against Muslims, making a significantly higher percentage than that of the other faiths in the survey.
Jan MarkellJan Markell, founder and director of Olive Tree Ministries, says no one should be surprised by this poll.
"How else are Americans supposed to act when political correctness let an Army major at Fort Hood go and shoot up and kill or wound dozens of American military personnel?" she wonders, also making mention of "the Christmas bomber who tried to blow up Northwest Flight 253."

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“Conservatives” Are Single-Largest Ideological Group

PRINCETON, NJ -- Thus far in 2009, 40% of Americans interviewed in national Gallup Poll surveys describe their political views as conservative, 35% as moderate, and 21% as liberal. This represents a slight increase for conservatism in the U.S. since 2008, returning it to a level last seen in 2004. The 21% calling themselves liberal is in line with findings throughout this decade, but is up from the 1990s.


These annual figures are based on multiple national Gallup surveys conducted each year, in some cases encompassing more than 40,000 interviews. The 2009 data are based on 10 separate surveys conducted from January through May. Thus, the margins of error around each year's figures are quite small, and changes of only two percentage points are statistically significant.

To measure political ideology, Gallup asks Americans to say whether their political views are very conservative, conservative, moderate, liberal, or very liberal. As has been the case each year since 1992, very few Americans define themselves at the extremes of the political spectrum. Just 9% call themselves "very conservative" and 5% "very liberal." The vast majority of self-described liberals and conservatives identify with the unmodified form of their chosen label.  MORE>>>>>>>