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Good News April 8 April 15 – 2022 Edition – ThinMin

Good News April 8 April 15

2022 Edition

Good News April 8 April 15 – 2022 Edition – By ThinMint

As you scroll through the highlights, ask yourself if the Deep State were in charge, would this be allowed? Or would we even know about it? Also some news may not seem “good,” but it’s on the list because it is utterly fantastic it’s being exposed!

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  • According the 2021 Legislative Audit Bureau report, the Wisconsin Elections Commission said they collected 957k new voter registrations from January to November 3, 2020. This is 29% increase of their entire voting population being added to the rolls [nothing to see here]


  • True the Vote continues to expose the election fraud with hard evidence [patience, y’all, we are getting there!]


  • Two of PA Sen Doug Mastriano (R) co-sponsored bills, SB982, which prohibits the use of private funds for the administration of elections and SB 1200, which bans the use of drop boxes and clarifies that ballots may only be dropped off to an employee at a county board of elections office, passed the full senate


  • David Fischer, an attorney for a January 6 defendant, says in a court filing that at least 20 FBI and Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms, and Explosives assets were embedded around the US Capitol on that day. The motion also states that attorneys “combed through a mountain of discovery” including summaries of interviews conducted by FBI agents … an there’s not “one iota of proof” that the defendants pre-planned or had any “intention, design, or scheme to specifically enter the Capitol Building on J6.” Fischer, is seeking a dismissal of charges of seditious conspiracy and obstruction charges against nearly a dozen members of the Oath Keepers and client Thomas Caldwell


  • The Gretchen Whitmer kidnap plot case ended with no convictions. The jury declared two of those men not guilty, but deadlocked on the charges against the other two. One defendant’s lawyer, Michael Hills said: “A rogue FBI agent trying to line his own pockets with his own cybersecurity company, pushing a conspiracy that just never was, never was going to be. Our governor was never in any danger. And I think the jury, they didn’t get all of it, but they smelled enough of it”


  • More covid positive announcements: Anderson Cooper, Rep Rashida Tlaib, NY Mayor Eric Adams, Actor Daniel Craig, Agriculture Sec Tom Vilsack [it’s a tad bizarre they all pretty much post the same verbiage, don’t you think?]


  • When asked, “How would you describe the state of coronavirus in the US right now?” tracked by Axios/Ipsos Coronavirus Index, less than one in 10 Americans describe covid-19 as a crisis, three in four calling it a manageable problem and one in six saying it’s no problem at all. Republicans were 10 times as likely as Democrats to say covid-19 is not a problem (31% to 3%). 37% said they’ve already returned to their normal, pre-covid lives. The number of respondents who said their employers are requiring them to wear masks dropped by nearly half over the past month, from 39% to 22%


  • Tennessee Senate and House leaders voted overwhelmingly for bill SB2188/HB2746, which will make Ivermectin available for the treatment of covid-19 without a prescription


  • The NYC Council will be introducing a resolution calling on Mayor Eric Adams to rehire city employees who were fired for noncompliance with the city’s covid-19 vaccination mandate. The resolution would also demand that private businesses rehire employees who were fired for refusing to get a covid vaccine


  • Data obtained through the Freedom of Information Act reveal that approximately 70% of all covid cases among CDC employees in August 2021 occurred among vaccinated employees [wakey-wakey!]


  • Moderna said it was recalling 764,900 doses of its covid-19 vaccine made by its contract manufacturer Rovi, after a vial was found contaminated by a foreign body. Moderna said the lots were distributed in Norway, Poland, Portugal, Spain and Sweden in January

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  • A group of 13 flyers from nine states and the District of Columbia who brought six lawsuits challenging the TSA’s legal authority to continue extending a requirement that all public transportation passengers don face masks file a 94-page brief urging the Court of Appeals to terminate the Federal Transportation Mask Mandate. Petitioners in the six cases, which were filed around the country but then consolidated at the US Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia Circuit, asked the court to declare the TSA orders illegal and unconstitutional, vacate them immediately, and permanently enjoin TSA from ever requiring masks in the future. They argue the FTMM must be struck down because it violates the Air Carrier Access Act; the Fifth Amendment right to due process; the constitutional guarantee of freedom to travel; the 10th Amendment; TSA and CDC’s statutory and regulatory authority; the Administrative Procedure Act; the Food, Drug, & Cosmetic Act; and two international treaties [the consolidated case is Wall v. Transportation Security Administration, No. 21-1220, US Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia Circuit]


  • Five disabled travelers file a lawsuit against the CDC and the TSA to vacate the Federal Transportation Mask Mandate and International Traveler Testing Requirement, arguing the policies were issued without legal authority by the Biden Administration. The lawsuit also demands $8 million in damages from eight airlines, TSA employee Julie Carrigan, and two aviation health consultants for discrimination and medical malpractice [the case is Marcus v. Centers for Disease Control & Prevention, No. 2:22-cv-2383, US District Court for the Central District of California in Los Angeles]


  • There are 22 states suing to end the mask mandate


  • Washington State Board of Health decides in a unanimous vote that covid-19 vaccines will not be required for K-12 schools


  • The UK Health Security Agency published data showing that fully vaccinated population accounted for 92% of all covid-19 deaths throughout March. 82% of those deaths were among the triple vaccinated population


  • During a recent podcast of The Joe Rogan Experience, Bill Maher and Joe Rogan question the covid-19 vaccine, pharmaceutical companies, and the medical establishment. “I also don’t trust them to tell me the truth about what they put in there… So don’t tell me things like, ‘Just do what we say. Don’t question it’,” Maher said of the covid-19 vaccine [this will reach a certain demographic who are still asleep]


  • This is interesting: the 5th Circuit Court of Appeals upheld the Biden administration’s covid-19 vaccine mandate for federal employees. However, the White House told federal agencies to hold off on reinstating the mandates cautioning “there are still procedural steps that need to take place to lift the injunction, and it’s unclear when the agencies might begin enforcing the mandate.” Judge Carl Stewart said the plaintiffs could have challenged the mandate by filing a complaint with the Office of Special Counsel, working within the Civil Service Reform Act of 1978 provisions [so why is the Biden Admin pausing? And why is the Judge telling the plaintiffs exactly what they need to do?]


  • A recent Danish study published in the prestigious Lancet concluded, “Based on the RCTs with the longest possible follow-up, mRNA vaccines had no effect on overall mortality despite protecting against fatal COVID-19.” This followed 74k adult participants in the Moderna and Pfizer trials and they found absolutely no all-cause mortality benefit from the two mRNA shots, despite the pandemic of a lifetime
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  • The Government of Canada produces a daily covid-19 Epidemiology update. Data from Feb – Mar ’22 shows deaths at 24.9% for those unvaccinated, 34.26% for those double vaccinated, 39.25% for the triple vaccinated. In all, the double and triple vaccinated population accounted for 75% or 4 in every 5 covid-19 deaths across Canada between 14th Feb 14 – March 20, 2022 


  • US Govt data shows that the Dept of Defense awarded a contract on Nov 12, 2019 to Labyrinth Global Health Inc for covid-19 research. This is one month before the emergence of the novel coronavirus, and three months before it was officially dubbed Covid-19. The contract awarded instructs this to take place in Ukraine


  • Delta Airlines drops a $200 per month surcharge on unvaccinated employees’ health insurance as the company moves to treat covid-19 as seasonal flu. CEO Ed Bastian said if the federal mask mandate for public transportation will be lifted, Delta will not require passengers or employees to wear masks. When asked if he’s concerned about another surge, Bastian responded, “Not at all. We look at hospitalizations as the key measure”


  • CA Gov Gavin Newsom’s administration announced that its covid-19 vaccine mandate for schoolchildren will not happen until at least the summer of next year. Newsom said he was waiting for final approval from FDA regulators to enforce the mandate


  • Former Monsanto Chairman and CEO Hugh Grant is appealing a judge’s order that would allow lawyers for cancer patient Allan Shelton to question him on the stand in a trial scheduled to start May 2nd Kansas City, MO [Allan Shelton suffers from non-Hodgkin lymphoma and is one of more than 100k people around the US who have alleged in lawsuits that exposure to Monsanto’s Roundup weed killer, and other company herbicide brands made with a chemical called glyphosate, caused them to develop non-Hodgkin lymphoma]


  • A bill amendment backed by VA Gov Glenn Youngkin would force all nine Loudoun County School Board members (who covered up the sexual assault of a high school girl last year) to face re-election in November, 12 months earlier than previously scheduled. This follows his day-one order for the commonwealth’s attorney general to investigate potential wrongdoing by board members and the school district regarding the sexual assaults


  • A special grand jury has convened to determine whether criminal charges should be brought against officials in Loudoun County, VA, who stand accused of covering up multiple sexual assaults committed against female students by a biological male transgender classmate last year


  • GOP Reps Scott Fitzgerald and Jim Banks introduced a measure to repeal the federal charter granted to the National Educational Association. Their National Educational Association Charter Repeal Act is cosponsored by 16 GOP House members


  • UCLA Professor Gordon Klein was suspended and denounced by his university after he refused to grade students based on their race. Klein said he was punished for treating students equally, as required by California law, and alleges UCLA’s Anderson School of Management disregarded a university directive not to punish him over student complaints. Los Angeles County Superior Court Judge Jay Ford III ruled Klein provided sufficient evidence to “support judgment in his favor” for several of his claims so his suit against UCLA moves forward
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Good News April 8 April 15 – Part 4

  • Ohio’s Shawnee State University will pay $400k in damages and attorney’s fees to Nicholas Meriwether, a professor at its humanities department, over their failed attempt to force him to call students by their preferred pronouns. In addition, the university acknowledges Meriwether’s right to choose when to use, or avoid using, titles or pronouns when referring to or addressing students, and pledges to never force him to use anyone’s preferred pronouns, including when a student requests pronouns that don’t align with his or her biological sex [let’s have this apply to all]


  • TN Gov Bill Lee (R) has set aside $32 million in public funds for Hillsdale College to start 50 public charter schools using the 1776 curriculum it developed


  • Bill Maher confirms that Epstein did indeed have a sex ring on his island during a recent panel discussion on his show [Bill Maher red-pilling sleepyheads -interesting]


  • Soon after rejecting Twitter’s offer to sit on its board, Elon Musk has made an all cash bid of $41.39 billion to purchase Twitter. UPDATE: Twitter rejects Musk’s offer to buy Twitter for 38% more than its worth. Various sources report that the board has opted for a “poison pill,” a move that will allow shareholders to buy more shares at a discounted price essentially to fend off a hostile takeover. This will take effect if Musk acquires more than 15% of Twitter


  • Gab CEO Andrew Torba invited Elon Musk to join him on Gab’s board instead of buying Twitter, saying they can build a free speech internet together with Starlink as the world’s premiere free speech Internet service provider


  • Christian activist group Hold the Line led a protest in cooperation with Turning Point USA, and hundreds of parents in front of the entrance to Disneyland in Anaheim, California, calling for a boycott of the company in response to its promotion of the LGBT agenda to children. About 50,000 signatures have been gathered for a petition demanding Disney stop its efforts to indoctrinate children, according to Hold the Line leader Sean Feucht [why don’t they look into starting their own production company?]


  • A recent survey conducted by the Trafalgar Group 68% of voters say they are less likely to do business with Disney after reports that it plans to include sexual ideology in new content for children. 69% of respondents said they were likely to support “family-friendly alternatives” to Disney. 85% of Republicans, 73% of independents and 48% of Democrats said it would make them less likely to continue using Disney products


  • Merion Jones, posting a piece for the UK’s Daily Mail: “Did Prince Charles ignore alarm bells that his friend Jimmy Savile was an abuser, or did aides never tell him? … my investigation into Jimmy Savile — aiming to expose him as a pedophile…” [there’s a new Netflix documentary regarding Jimmy Savile. These are huge exposures via mainstream sources!]


  • French presidential hopeful Marine Le Pen vows to undo President Emmanuel Macron’s anti-freedom measures. “I will reinstate the 15k health care providers identified as unclean and pay them the salaries they have been wrongly denied”


  • Bill SB2153 was passed in the Tennessee State Senate and will move on through the House. It states: “Prohibits males from participating in certain intercollegiate and intramural sports that are designated for females and creates a cause of action for certain violations regarding gender and sports at the middle school, high school, or postsecondary level.” When determining if a student’s gender complies with the sport in middle and high school sports, it must be determined by the student’s sex at the time of their birth, as indicated on the student’s original birth certificate. Senator Hensley has proposed bill SB1861, which states that school districts will receive fines if they do not comply with SB2153


  • The Kentucky Legislature has voted to override Gov Andy Beshear’s (D) veto on Senate Bill 83 which bans biological males from participating in female sports
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Good News April 8 April 15 – Part 5

  • The Los Angeles Times, San Francisco Examiner, The New York Times and The Washington Post have recently run articles questioning the transgender movement targeting minors


  • FL Gov Ron DeSantis (R) signed the Reducing Fetal and Infant Mortality bill into law, protecting babies from being murdered after 15 weeks gestation [let’s do this for all stages]


  • OK Gov Kevin Stitt (R) signs a bill making it illegal to perform an abortion in the state except in the case of medical emergencies. Those who are caught performing abortions will be fined up to $100k and face a decade in prison


  • KY lawmakers passed a new abortion bill into law over Gov Andy Beshear’s (D) veto. This will ban abortions after 15 weeks and impose new requirements on practitioners such as reporting fetal deaths occurring after 20 weeks and disposing of their bodies as human remains rather than medical waste. Physicians who violate the ban will lose their medical licenses for no less than six months [the law makes exceptions for medical emergencies]


  • 10-year-old Bailey Doyle helped his eight family members escape an early morning Oxford, Mississippi house fire


  • School board members Semi Bird, Audra Byrd and Kari Williams in Richland, WA face a recall campaign by voters who accuse them of violating state law and multiple district ethics and policies when they voted in February to make masks optional, exceeding their power as local elected officials with that vote. If a Superior Court judge determines the charges against the board members meet the legal standing for a recall vote, the petitioners can move forward with signature gathering


  • FL Gov Ron DeSantis signed HB 7065, which includes educational programs, mentorship programs and one-on-one support to encourage responsible and involved fatherhood in Florida. “We cannot legislate fatherhood, accountability or character, but we can provide supports for fathers to equip and encourage them to take an active role in the lives of their children,” said House Speaker Chris Sprowls


  • VA Gov Glenn Youngkin (R) vetoed 25 bills this week, all from Democrats


  • TX Gov Greg Abbott (R) made good on the promise that the state will bus illegal immigrants to DC. According to TDEM (Texas Division of Emergency Management) Abbott’s plan is already working. The agency said that many of the communities that originally reached out for support say the federal government stopped dropping immigrants in their towns since Abbott’s announcement on April 6


  • TX Gov Greg Abbott and the governor of the Mexican state of Nuevo León, Samuel García, signed a memorandum of understanding expressing their commitment to increase security along the shared border. Garcia began implementing security measures on the Rio Grande River and at ports of entry in Nuevo León. Abbott said the clogged bridges at the Texas-Mexico border will end when he reaches agreements with other Mexican governors or when President [Asterisk] secures the border. He said to Texans, “If you want relief from the clogged border, you need to call President [Asterisk] and tell him to maintain the Title 42 expulsion policy that has been in place for years. You need to tell President [Asterisk] to aggressively enforce the Remain in Mexico policy. You need to call your member of Congress and insist that they hold the Biden administration accountable. And you need to demand that President [Asterisk] enforce the immigration laws that have already been passed by the Congress”


  • NY Lt Gov Brian Benjamin (D) resigned just hours after he was indicted by federal prosecutors in Manhattan on a five corruption-related charges that alleged he attempted to trade a state grant for campaign contributions
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Good News April 8 April 15 – Part 6

  • The MO Supreme Court ruled that St Louis Circuit Atty Kimberly Gardner must turn over communications with Soros operatives and Missouri political insiders related to her false case against former MO Gov Eric Greitens. Gardner already faces a misconduct probe for illicit conduct against Greitens. A court last year found that Kim Gardner engaged in 62 acts of misconduct and 79 false representations in her prosecution of Greitens. Kim Gardner will face a disciplinary hearing next week to see if she keeps her law license


  • Longtime Louisiana Democrat lawmaker Karen Carter Peterson, stepped down amid a federal financial investigation into her 20-year gambling addiction


  • Patrisse Cullors, Black Lives Matter co-founder is none too happy about transparency laws stating: “It is such a trip now to hear the term 990… I’m, like, ugh. It’s, like, triggering. I actually didn’t know what 990s were before all of this happened… is being literally weaponized against us… People’s morale in an organization is so important. But if their organization and the people in it are being attacked and scrutinized at everything they do, that leads to deep burnout. That leads to deep, like, resistance and trauma.” Cullors is facing scrutiny over the purchase of a $6 million mansion


  • Ed Buck, a prominent Democratic donor and political activist who gave more than $500k to party elites, including Hillary Clinton, Barack Obama, Congressmen Adam Schiff and Ted Lieu plus many others, has been sentenced to 30 years in prison after being convicted of supplying dangerous drugs to gay men, with two fatally overdosing


  • Terry Bean, a prominent Democratic bundler and fundraiser, raising funds for the DNC Convention Committee, Howard Dean’s presidential campaign, and Barack Obama’s presidential inauguration ceremony, has been indicted on charges that he sexually abused a boy under the age of 16


  • The San Francisco Chronicle is reporting that CA Sen Dianne Feinstein is unfit to serve, according to colleagues. One lawmaker who asked to remain anonymous, said they had to reintroduce themselves to Feinstein multiple times during an interaction that lasted several hours and Feinstein repeated the same small-talk questions, like asking the lawmaker what mattered to voters in their district with no apparent recognition the two had already had a similar conversation [most are morally bankrupt and spiritually bereft to serve]


  • Democrat Kyrsten Sinema asks, “If the CDC is extending mask mandates in transit, why is Biden lifting Title 42?” More democrats are speaking out about Title 42 needing to remain in place


  • Fox News, the New York Post, and the US Customs and Border Protection office are reporting that the mounted US Border Patrol agents who were falsely accused of whips to drive Haitian migrants away from the border in Del Rio, Texas, have reportedly been cleared of wrongdoing


  • IN Atty Gen Todd Rokita announced he’s leading a 19-state coalition in a legal fight against the Biden administration’s refusal to comply with the “Remain in Mexico policy,” asking the Supreme Court to keep the policy in place to protect states from a “tidal wave” of illegal immigrants. Joining in the brief: Alabama, Alaska, Arizona, Arkansas, Florida, Georgia, Kansas, Kentucky, Louisiana, Mississippi, Montana, Nebraska, Ohio, Oklahoma, South Carolina, Utah, Virginia and West Virginia


  • Mixed bag: The Asterisk Admin announced that it would resume lease sales [on 144,000 acres; an 80% reduction from the original nomination] for oil and gas drilling on federal lands. It will increase the royalty [18.75%, up from 12.5%] it charges companies for the oil and gas produced on the lands
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Good News April 8 April 15 – Part 7

  • Breast cancer screening via mammograms could be history thanks to a major breakthrough. A new set of protein biomarkers, for a specific type of cancer called invasive ductal carcinoma, one of the most common types of breast cancers, was identified by using human breast milk. Researchers compared the relative levels of certain proteins between the two groups to identify differences in the women with cancer. Their analysis revealed 23 proteins that were dysregulated. All the proteins that showed differences were previously shown to play a role in cancer or tumor development. The findings will be presented at the American Society for Biochemistry and Molecular Biology annual meeting in Philadelphia


  • Scientists at the Florida A&M University say a natural compound called cardamonin found in the spice cardamom (sometimes called cardamon) kills cancer cells and prevents them from flying under the immune system’s radar. They tested the spice compound on cancer cells derived from women with African-American ancestry and women of European origins. Cardamonin was found to kill cancer cells from both groups, but only limit the expression of PD-L1 in European women. Genetic variations between races could explain why the cancer cells responded differently to the spice. Next, the Florida researchers are planning on testing their cancer-combatting compound in clinical studies. They are also hoping to uncover what mechanisms are driving cardamonin’s anti-cancer properties


  • US District Judge Christopher Cooper refused to dismiss Special Counsel John Durham’s case against former Hillary Clinton campaign lawyer Michael Sussmann. He ruled that Sussmann must make his case to a jury


  • Techno Frog provides a Durham update: Special Counsel John Durham continues his focus on the Clinton
    Campaign – specifically, whether the Clinton Campaign was part of the conspiracy to provide false information to the FBI/DOJ. Durham concludes the Alfa Bank/Trump data was falsified. John Podesta has been interviewed by the Special Counsel


  • CNN+ garners less than 10k viewers a day


  • The RNC votes to withdraw from the biased Commission on Presidential Debates


  • Democracy for the Arab World Now (DAWN) reports that Saudi Arabian authorities have arrested at least nine prominent judges. Rumors are Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman (MBS) is seeking to get rid of political dissidents and potential royal challengers with the aim of clearing his path to the succession. The judges are charged with high treason, a crime punishable by death in the kingdom. Two of the judges have been identified as Abdullah bin Khalid al-Luhaidan and Abdulaziz bin Medawi al-Jaber. Luhaidan convicted prominent women’s rights defender Loujain Alhathloul of baseless terrorism charges. Jaber sentenced a minor to the death penalty. He also sentenced many people to death in the mass execution of 81 men last month [recall bin Salman’s role with Trump which is outlined in a video titled, “Q – The Plan To Save The World”]


  • Nephew of Boston crime boss James “Whitey” Bulger was a business associate of Hunter Biden according to emails


  • President Asterisk shakes hands with the air, speaks gibberish, attracts bird droppings, doesn’t follow the teleprompter, snaps at people, makes untrue claims, continues to make blunders and Saudi Arabia just put out a skit mocking President Asterisk and his sidekick, VP Understudy. It’s going to be harder and harder for the MSM to make excuses


  • A new survey from the Berkeley Institute of Governmental Studies found that just 35% of Californians approve of VP Understudy. Only 38% of voters in the San Francisco Bay Area, where Oakland-born Harris launched her political career, approve of her
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Good News April 8 April 15 – Part 8

  • A new Civiqs* poll shows Biden’s approval/disapproval numbers: California 45/45; Colorado 40/51; Connecticut 42/48; Delaware 38/54; Hawaii 54/39; Illinois 45/45; Maryland 47/42; Massachusetts 50/38; Minnesota 41/50; Oregon: 41/48; Rhode Island 46/46; Vermont 54/35; Virginia: 37/53; Washington state: 44/47 [*is a longitudinal tracking poll, so movement in the numbers happens more gradually]


  • According to Gallup, over the course of Asterisk’s presidency so far, his approval rating declined among millennials, from 60% approval to 41%, and among Generation Z, from 60% to 39%


  • A poll by MSNBC found when asked, “Who or what do you blame for inflation?” 6% blamed Russia invasion of Ukraine; 38% blamed President Asterisk and his policies; 28% blamed covid; and 23% blamed corporations increasing prices


  • ABC News/Ipsos poll asked, “How much, if at all, do you blame each of the following for the recent price increases in gasoline?” The categories were Joe Biden, Donald Trump, Democratic Party policies, Republican Party policies and oil companies. Combining the answers “A great deal” and “A good amount,” 51%, said Joe Biden deserves blame, and 52% said Democratic Party policies


  • A new Quinnipiac University poll reveals 54% percent of respondents disapproved of Biden’s performance, with 43% saying that they strongly disapproved. 94% of Republicans and 56% of independents say they disapprove of Biden’s job performance. More than half of white adults with a four-year college degree still like what Biden is doing (52% approval). However, two-thirds of whites without a college degree (67%) don’t approve of Biden [wanted to include the latter as I think it also reflects the cesspool of colleges]


  • A new poll from Quinnipiac finds Biden holds a disapproval rating of 54% among Hispanics (41% said they “strongly disapprove”), 59% among whites and 25% among black respondents [these are huge numbers!]


  • In the latest CBS News and YouGov poll, Biden’s approval rating fell to 42% in early April


  • Polling site FiveThirtyEight records Biden’s disapproval rating at 58%


  • From an article on The Hill: “I think this is going to be a biblical disaster,” said a Democratic strategist, who did not wish to be named [Biblical you say?]


  • John 3:16, “For God so loved the world that He gave His only begotten Son, that whoever believes in Him should not perish but have everlasting life”

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