Marjorie Taylor Greene: Bragg is trying to please George Soros



Two side-by-side photos of Alvin L. Bragg, left, the Manhattan district attorney, and George Soros, the billionaire philanthropist.

George Soros-backed groups have spent $40 million to elect 75 progressive prosecutors over the last decade - meaning one in FIVE Americans now live in areas covered by his criminal justice reformers

  • The 91-year-old billionaire philanthropist has for the last 30 years given away huge chunks of his fortune through his Open Society Foundations
  • Soros's networks have worked to support left-leaning district attorneys across the country, pouring significant funds into the races
  • Among the major recipients are the Los Angeles district attorney, George Gascon, and the Philadelphia DA, Larry Krasner
  • Jason Johnson, president of the pro-police action group Law Enforcement Legal Defense Fund (LELDF), accused Soros in a new report of harming the country
  • He said the DAs were working 'to quietly transform the criminal justice system for the worse, promoting dangerous policies and anti-police narratives'

On Thursday's "The Chris Salcedo Show," Georgia Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene slams Manhattan District Attorney Alvin Bragg for going after former President Donald Trump and connects the prosecutor to left-wing billionaire George Soros.

Most of the money that George Soros pours into prosecutor races across the country is public.

SOUTH DAKOTA GOVERNOR Kristi Noem says she’s leading the charge to protect US from Chinese government influence & SEIZURE OF OUR FARMLANDS, REAL ESTATE & BUSINESSES

South Dakota Gov. Kristi Noem sounds off on 'Hannity' after TIK TOK Chinese tech company's CEO gets lambasted by both sides of the aisle.

TikTok CEO Shou Zi Chew grilled by lawmakers over safety, security concerns

The CEO of TikTok Shou Zi Chew was subjected to six hours of grilling by lawmakers over the popular app's data safety concerns and overall content. LiveNOW's Andrew Craft spoke with Politico reporter Rebecca Kern on what happened during today's committee hearing.

Rand Paul On Rising: Moderna PRIVATELY Admitted The TRUTH About Myocarditis And Vaccines

Sen. Rand Paul (R-Ky.) weighs in on his questioning of Moderna CEO Stéphane Bancel over myocarditis

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Biden’s Approval Falls Near the Lowest of His Presidency

Biden's approval rating plummets, nearing all-time low

FOX Business's Maria Bartiromo, Washington Examiner commentary writer Tiana Lowe and Markowski Investments President Chris Markowski discuss Biden's approval rating and his handling of foreign policy.



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Joe Biden’s approval rating as president fell in March to near the lowest of his presidency as bank failures and stubborn inflation continue to drag his numbers down.

The Associated Press-NORC Center for Public Affairs Research poll out today shows just 38% of Americans approve of Biden’s performance as president — barely above the 36% the president scored last July.

Biden has either made most Americans unhappy or has disappointed them. His policies have generated fierce opposition from Republicans and independents, while many on the left say they’re disappointed that Biden hasn’t done more.

Biden’s marks on the economy are even lower. Just 31% approve of Biden’s stewardship of the national economy, about where it’s been over the course of the last year.

Associated Press:

The difference between Biden’s approval overall and his approval on the economy is driven largely by Democrats, 76% of whom say they approve of how he’s handling his job as president while 63% approve of his handling of the economy. Few Republicans approve of Biden on either count.

Democrats under the age of 45 feel less positive about Biden, causing a drag on his approval ratings. Just 54% approve of the president’s economic leadership, compared to 72% of Democrats older than 45. Similarly, just 66% of Democrats under 45 approve of Biden overall, compared to 85% of older Democrats.

Only about a quarter of Americans say the national economy is good or that the country is headed in the right direction, the poll shows. Those numbers have also fluctuated only slightly over the last few months.

“We poured so much money into the system — that’s a little frustrating that we were shocked that we got hit by inflation when a lot of our policies were inflationary,” said Republican Michael McComas of Michigan.

That same poll had some interesting things to say about Americans’ attitudes toward the recent bank crisis. Just 10% of Americans express confidence in the U.S. banking system, down from 22% in 2020. And 56% think that banks are underregulated — a position taken by both parties.

Otherwise, Americans are not optimistic about the future of the economy.

There’s been little change in the already glum assessment of the U.S. economy since a month ago, before the recent banking system turmoil, the poll shows. Only a quarter say national economic conditions are good; three quarters call them poor.

But 43% of Democrats call the economy good, versus just 7% of Republicans.

About half of U.S. adults describe their personal financial situations as good, a drop from last year when about 6 in 10 said that. About 6 in 10 Democrats and about half of Republicans give positive assessments of their current finances.

With a Democrat in the White House, Republicans are more likely than Democrats (36% versus 15%) to say their finances will get worse over the next year; 38% of Democrats say they expect their finances to improve, versus 22% of Republicans.

Joe Biden is a long way from getting a 50% approval rating from the voter — a sure sign that his re-election bid is in serious trouble. As long as inflation remains the number one concern of voters, Biden should seriously contemplate retirement.

Arizona Supreme Court Finally Hands Kari Lake a Win, but the Media Doesn’t Want You to Know About It

Arizona Supreme Court Finally Hands Kari Lake a Win, but the Media Doesn't Want You to Know About It



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The Arizona Supreme Court handed GOP 2022 gubernatorial candidate Kari Lake a win and is forcing a lower court to look at voter signature verification issues.

The decision is a huge win for Lake, who has all but declared war on those she believes are involved in shady Arizona elections.

What does this decision mean?

Arizona Supreme Court Chief Justice Robert Brutinel wrote that the court would decide whether or not Lake could prove her claim — that Maricopa County did not comply with Arizona election law regarding ballot tabulation. Lake must also prove that there were enough potentially fraudulent votes to affect the outcome of the election based on a “competent mathematical basis to conclude that the outcome would plausibly have been different, not simply an untethered assertion of uncertainty.”

Lake announced in January that she had three whistleblowers who claim 130,000 votes had been rejected because of bogus signatures, but “higher-ups” insisted they be counted.

These 130,000 votes are key because Democrat Katie Hobbs “won” by only 17,000 votes. If Lake can prove electoral skullduggery — which she claims she can — this may turn Arizona upside down, and will likely give credence to the “conspiracy theory” of election fraud in Arizona during the 2020 elections.

FACT-O-RAMA! Most of the Arizona election “problems” — such as malfunctioning voting machines — took place in Maricopa County, considered a Republican stronghold.

As expected, lefty Pravda news outlets are downplaying Lake’s victory.

Knowing full well that many people only read headlines, the liberal spin game is on. Left-wing websites are pushing the narrative that most of Lake’s lawsuit was dismissed. While true, they all “forgot” to mention the all-important decision that Lake now has a chance to put her money where her mouth is and prove mass voter fraud involving ballots with bogus signatures.

Let’s look at some lefty headlines:

Politico: Arizona court declines most of Kari Lake’s appeal over governor’s race

Time Magazine: Arizona Court Declines Most of Kari Lake’s Appeal Over Governor’s Race

L.A. Times: Arizona high court declines most of Kari Lake’s appeal over her loss in governor’s race

What happens if Lake can prove she was cheated? That remains a mystery. Hobbs has been in the governor’s seat for three months.

FREUDIAN SLIP-O-RAMA! Look at the “mistake” Newsweek made in its reporting about two LOWER courts decisions: 

Sandra Day O’Connor College of Law Professor Paul Bender told Newsweek that there is little chance Lake will be successful in taking over the governor’s mansion. If nothing else, a Lake victory will show the nation that elections can be and are being stolen from We the People, even though the left has bent over backward to suggest that elections — at least after 2016 — are fraud-free.

FACT-O-RAMA! Liberals screeched that the 2016 election was stolen from them by “Trump-Russia collusion” but swear the elections in 2020 were the “most secure ever.” Then why did the Democrats fight to stop investigations into 2020 election fraud nationwide?

O.J. Simpson wasn’t convicted of stabbing two people to death, but at the end of the trial, we all knew he was a murderer.