Poll: Republicans Would Be ‘Most Disappointed’ to See Christie, Pence as the GOP Nominee
Republicans and independents who lean independent would be most disappointed if either former New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie or former Vice President Mike Pence emerged as the 2024 Republican nominee, a recent survey from the Economist/YouGov found.
The survey, which found former President Donald Trump leading the GOP primary by 39 points, asked respondents, “Would you be disappointed if any of these presidential candidates became the Republican nominee? Select all that apply.”
52 percent said they would be most disappointed to see Christie as the nominee, followed by 47 percent who said they would be disappointed to see Pence as the GOP candidate of choice. Over one-third, 36 percent, said the same of former Arkansas Gov. Asa Hutchinson, and nearly one-quarter, 23 percent, said they would be disappointed to see former South Carolina Gov. Nikki Haley or anti-woke businessman Vivek Ramaswamy as the nominee.
Eighteen percent said the same of Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis, and South Carolina Sen. Tim Scott and Trump came in with the smallest percentage expressing disappointment, as 17 percent said they would be disappointed to see either as the nominee.
The survey was taken September 10-12, 2023, among 1,500 U.S. adult citizens.
Poll: 50% of Independent Voters Support Impeaching Joe Biden
Fifty percent of independent voters believe House Republicans should impeach President Joe Biden, a YouGov/CBS News poll recently found.
Although House Republicans launched an impeachment inquiry just last week into the president, 50 percent of independent voters already believe House Republicans should move beyond the impeachment inquiry to impeach the president.
The other 50 percent of independent voters remain unconvinced that Republicans should impeach Joe Biden.
Eighty-one percent of Republicans support an impeachment, with 19 percent opposition. Among Democrats, 12 percent support impeachment. Eighty-eight percent do not.
Overall, 47 percent of Americans support impeachment. Fifty-three percent oppose impeachment.
The poll sampled 4,002 adults between September 12-15, 2023, with a ± 2.1 percent margin of error.
Previous polling by Reuters showed a plurality, 41 percent, support an impeachment inquiry, while 35 percent oppose it. Twenty-four percent are unsure.
The polling numbers come as House Speaker Kevin McCarthy (R-CA) opened the inquiry based on four pieces of evidence:
1. House investigators found that Joe Biden lied about his involvement in the family business.
2. Bank records show many payments were directed to Biden family members through shell companies.
3. An FBI informant file alleges Joe Biden was bribed by a Ukrainian energy executive.
4. Joe Biden “offered special treatment” to Hunter Biden amid his Justice Department’s tax probe into his son.
“Taken together, these allegations paint a picture of a culture of corruption,” McCarthy said Tuesday. “These are allegations of abuse of power, obstruction, and corruption. They warrant further investigation by the House of Representatives.”
Report: George Soros Is Funding Joe Biden’s ‘TikTok Army’ to Promote Leftist Propaganda
George Soros is funding a “TikTok army” of Gen-Z social media users to push his left-wing propaganda, praise President Joe Biden, and attack conservatives, according to documents obtained by the New York Post.
Tax filings show that Soros’ Open Society Foundation gave $5.5 million to Accelerate Action Inc. in 2020 and 2021. In 2022, that nonprofit then gave at least $300,000 to another nonprofit, Gen Z for Change, which boasts a network of 500 “activists, organizers, and creators.”
While in office, President Biden has leaned on Gen Z for Change to push his policy agenda on social media.
Last year, top White House officials briefed these woke lackeys on the ongoing U.S. effort in Ukraine. They have also met with the president himself in the Oval Office, as well as with Biden’s Surgeon General Vivek Murthy regarding the Chinese coronavirus.
Gen Z for Change social media influencers also take to social media to advocate for abolishing border enforcement, defunding police, and ending cash bail.
The group was also reportedly invited to the White House to witness the signing of the Inflation Reduction Act.
It remains unclear how Gen Z for Change disseminates the Soros money to its TikTok army of young activists whose accounts are riddled with White House talking points and left-wing propaganda.
“We are unequivocally supportive of Medicare for all, the Green New Deal, Palestinian liberation, [and] a plethora of progressive policies that a vast majority of Gen Z supports,” group founder Aidan Kohn-Murphy recently told his 288,000 TikTok followers.
Meanwhile, 24-year-old Victoria Hammett, Gen Z for Change’s deputy executive director, frequently complains to her 819,000 followers about pro-life initiatives.
Conor Stayton, the group’s 20-year-old digital marketing strategist who boasts 557,000 TikTok followers, accused Rep. Elise Stefanik (R-NY) of repeating “neo-nazi and white supremacist” after a shooting in Buffalo left 10 people dead in May of last year.
About two-thirds of the $8.3 million for 2020 and 2021 that went toward Accelerate Action — the only nonprofit that has donated to Gen Z for Change — came from Soros, the New York Post noted.
Soros has spent decades financing far-left causes around the world through his Open Society Foundation. President Biden’s “TikTok army” of Gen Z influencers is just the 93-year-old billionaire’s latest left-wing propaganda stunt.