By WND. Democrats, despite their bravado, have reasons to worry about the 2020 presidential election.
Until the coronavirus pandemic, they were facing a strong incumbent with significant economic, national and international accomplishments and a way of reaching independents. Their probable candidate? A gaffe-prone former vice president who regularly loses his train of thought.
Then came the pandemic, and President Trump has been on camera every day, giving updates, outlining plans and announcing decisions. His polling numbers have gone up. Meanwhile, Biden has been holding court in his basement. . .
In fact, House Speaker Nancy Pelosi, D-Calif., says voting in a regularly scheduled election is “undermining our democracy.”
She’s complaining about the primary election Tuesday in Wisconsin, which Democrats had tried either to delay or provide special accommodations for voting. (Read more from “Pelosi: Presidential Primary Voting at This Time Is ‘Undermining Our Democracy'” HERE)
Conservative Judges Order Wisconsin’s 2020 Primary to Go Ahead
By Daily Mail. . .The Wisconsin Supreme Court on Monday ordered the election back on, hours after Democratic Gov. Tony Evers issued an executive order postponing it for two months.
That was part of a last-ditch effort by Evers to stop in-person voting on Tuesday out of concerns about putting poll workers and voters at risk of being exposed to COVID-19.
The court ruled 4-2, with four conservatives in support and two liberals against, that Evers lacked the authority to move the election on his own. (Read more from “Conservative Judges Order Wisconsin’s 2020 Primary to Go Ahead” HERE)