On Thursday’s “Ingraham Angle,” Sara A. Carter described Senator Kamala Harris, D-CA, the running mate to presumed Democratic nominee for the 2020 presidential election former Vice President Joe Biden, as a “chameleon” that’s constantly changed her stance on key issues throughout her career.
“This would be the woman that would be running things because even Vice President Joe Biden has said that himself,” Carter said. “He understands that he’s aging, that this is somebody that he wants to put in place. What it would mean is a radical agenda and somebody who’s a chameleon. I mean, she transforms herself whenever she wants into whatever she wants.”
Citing a CNN appearance Harris made in April 2019, Carter explained that Biden’s running mate floated the idea of allowing prisoners to vote. Moreover, its her support for other progressive policies, such as “The Green New Deal” and open borders, that are frightening, Carter added.
“The irony is that she was willing to prosecute so many people for minor crimes in California. In fact, she prosecuted more people than Joe Biden’s insulted in his life. This is a person that is so wishy-washy. I think the American people will see right through it and they’ll definitely see right through it before November. There’s no way to kind of hide that record,” Carter concluded.
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Gallup poll: GOP holds large advantage over Dems in economy, national security
A recent Gallup poll shows Americans overwhelmingly have faith in Republicans over Democrats when it comes to the economy. In fact, the GOP “holists largest advantage on the economy in over 30 years, with 53% of Americans trusting Republicans more than Democrats on the issue” writes the Daily Caller News Foundation.
The poll holds Republicans at a 14-point lead over Democrats for handling the economy better. “The GOP scored 10 points higher on the economy than last year, marking the largest margin between the two parties since 1991.”
Gallup’s publication of the poll is titled ‘Neither Party Well-Liked, but GOP Holds Advantage on Issues.’ It may not be a shock that “The two major political parties remain unpopular in the U.S., with 56% of Americans viewing the Republican Party unfavorably and 58% saying the same of the Democratic Party” but the GOP holds “historically ample leads.”
— Reagan Reese (@reaganreese_) September 26, 2023
“Fifty-three percent of Americans believe the Republican Party will do a better job of keeping the country prosperous over the next few years, whereas 39% choose the Democratic Party.”
“A slightly larger majority, 57%, have greater faith in the Republican Party to protect the country from international terrorism and military threats, while 35% favor the Democrats.”
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