The above is a Republican. 


‘Warning flare’: New swing-state knowledge reveals huge Democratic early-vote lead

In a worrisome signal for Republicans, Democrats are additionally turning out extra low-frequency and newly registered voters than the GOP.

Democrats have opened up a yawning hole in early voting over Republicans in six of probably the most essential battleground states — however that solely begins to inform the story of their benefit heading into Election Day.

In a extra worrisome signal for Republicans, Democrats are additionally turning out extra low-frequency and newly registered voters than the GOP, in response to inside knowledge shared with POLITICO by Hawkfish, a brand new Democratic analysis agency, which was reviewed by Republicans and impartial specialists.

It’s not over, the Rs will vote in individual.


Franklin Foer/The Atlantic:

Trump Thinks He’s Discovered Biden’s Biggest Vulnerability

In concentrating on Hunter Biden, the president is waging psychological warfare towards the Democratic nominee.

With out a coherent message or an affirmative imaginative and prescient for a second time period, Trump has clearly been betting his reelection on what navy planners would name a “psyop,” or a psychological operation. That’s, he hopes to make use of gamesmanship to destabilize the thoughts of his adversary, forcing him right into a second of anger or incoherence that illustrates his lack of health for the workplace. (“Too outdated and out of it” is how Trump places it.) His assaults on Hunter Biden must be understood because the pillar of this technique.


NY Times:

Russia Poses Better Election Menace Than Iran, Many U.S. Officers Say

Russia’s hackers gave the impression to be getting ready to sow chaos amid any uncertainty round election outcomes, officers mentioned

Some U.S. intelligence officers view Russia’s intentions as extra vital than the announcement Wednesday evening by the director of nationwide intelligence, John Ratcliffe, that Iran has been concerned within the spreading of faked, threatening emails, which have been made to look as in the event that they got here from the Proud Boys, a right-wing extremist group.

Be affected person, be prepared for it. However the NYT is being well mannered about DNI Director Ratcliffe being a partisan hack, together with anybody nonetheless left on this disastrous administration.


Michael Kruse/Politico:

The Concern Behind Donald Trump’s Obsession with Immunity

He’s not simply speaking about whether or not he has Covid.

Trump’s introduced this up—how lengthy this protection will final—on Fox and on Newsmax and through rallies and in a radio interview and on a podcast. And it’s this specific fixation that reveals his deeper anxiousness, in response to former associates, biographers, attorneys, professors of regulation and different specialists. It’s an unease that goes far past his prospect of re-infection. As a result of what he’s actually speaking about, they are saying, is immunity of an much more expansive and urgent selection—the sort he’ll want if he loses on November 3, if he’s expelled from the protecting bubble the presidency supplies, if he’s pressured to return to civilian life, the place he possible will face authorized jeopardy from lively civil fits and prison investigations.



Courtroom-Packing Options Begin Gaining Traction With Democrats

Whereas Democrats have pushed Joe Biden to assist increasing the variety of justices on the Supreme Courtroom, the presidential nominee has approached the concept warily, saying final week he’s “not a fan” of so-called courtroom packing.

But Biden signaled that he might assist making different modifications to the excessive courtroom as President Donald Trump’s nominee Amy Coney Barrett heads towards sure affirmation by the Senate simply days earlier than the Nov. 3 election.

If Democrats take each the White Home and Senate, they might have a big selection of choices to think about. The thought with probably the most momentum is increasing the variety of seats on the courtroom. The Structure has by no means specified the quantity, and it has modified over time. A handful of high-profile Democrats have voiced assist for the proposal, together with Home Judiciary Committee Chairman Jerrold Nadler and former Legal professional Basic Eric Holder.


NY Times, ongoing subject:

OSHA Criticized for Lax Regulation of Meatpacking in Pandemic

Critics say the company has utilized scant oversight and negligible penalties regardless of virus outbreaks at many vegetation within the spring.

When the pandemic hit in March, a JBS meatpacking plant in Greeley, Colo., started offering paid depart to staff at excessive danger of great sickness.

However final month, shortly after the plant was cited by the federal Occupational Safety and Health Administration for a critical virus-related security violation and given two preliminary penalties totaling about $15,500, it introduced the high-risk staff again to work.

“Now the corporate is aware of the place the ceiling is,” mentioned Kim Cordova, president of the United Meals and Industrial Employees union native that represents the employees, about half a dozen of whom have died of Covid-19. “If different staff die, it’s not going to price them that a lot.”

This is a matter that the Biden administration must set straight.


Quinnipiac along with your polling repair:

Biden Holds Secure Double-Digit Lead Over Trump, Quinnipiac College Nationwide Ballot Finds; Almost 6 In 10 Say Coronavirus Is Out Of Management

With lower than two weeks till Election Day, possible voters assist former Vice President Joe Biden over President Donald Trump 51 – 41 p.c in a Quinnipiac College nationwide ballot. That is the third nationwide survey amongst possible voters since September that reveals Biden with a 10-point lead, as Biden led Trump 52 – 42 p.c on each September 2nd and September twenty third.

Amongst possible voters who say they may vote in individual on Election Day, about two-thirds (65 p.c) say they again Trump, whereas 28 p.c assist Biden. Amongst possible voters who’ve voted or plan on voting by mail or absentee poll, roughly 7 in 10 (69 p.c) say they’re supporting Biden, whereas 21 p.c assist Trump. For possible voters who’ve or plan to forged their poll at an early voting location, a majority (57 p.c) assist Biden and simply over one-third (35 p.c) assist Trump.

“Three straight polls within the double-digit zone… For Biden-Harris, flush with money and propelled by constant assist, it stays regular as she goes by the turbulent waters of a bitter, private, and unsettling marketing campaign,” mentioned Quinnipiac College Polling Analyst Tim Malloy.


Tom Nichols/USA As we speak:

Actual males embrace their sons and fathers, similar to Joe and Hunter Biden in that picture

A father holding and kissing his grownup son after standing by him throughout many struggles is someway inappropriate? That is a baby’s view of masculinity

However it’s a image with particular which means to males. Regardless of all of the bro hugs and high-fives, we usually don’t embrace or deal with one another with such tenderness. Kissing is for Europeans, or sissies, or possibly Mafia dons who’ve been betrayed. We often don’t kiss or hug one another except it’s performed with irony and even a little bit of aggression.

Males know, nevertheless, that the embrace of our fathers is totally different.  


And the factor that’s driving the election:


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