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Fox News: David Bossie: Trump vs. Biden polls – here's what you need to keep in mind

This is an election year unlike any we've ever witnessed.

President Hillary Clinton would be wrapping up her first term right now, following the earlier presidencies of Thomas Dewey, Michael Dukakis, Al Gore, John Kerry and Mitt Romney if public opinion polls on presidential elections were always accurate.

All these losing presidential candidates were ahead of their opponents at some point when they campaigned for our nation's highest office. But in the end, all lost and none made it to the Oval Office.

Keep this in mind when you read and watch all the news stories now predicting that President Trump is headed for defeat when he faces former Vice President Joe Biden in the November presidential election.

Polls are snapshots in time and far from infallible. They can vary wildly depending on who is polled, how questions are phrased and many other variables. All this is not a matter of opinion. It's an indisputable fact.

As just one of many examples of how wrong polls often can be, 32 years ago this week The New York Times published a story with the headline "Dukakis Lead Widens, According to New Poll." The Times reported that Massachusetts Gov. Michael Dukakis, then the Democratic presidential nominee, was ahead of then-Vice President George H.W. Bush by an eye-popping margin of 55 percent to 38 percent in the 1988 race for president.

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Fox News: David Bossie: Republican vs. Democratic 2020 platforms will lay out clear choice for voters in Nov.

With less than four months to go until Election Day, Nov. 3 is starting to get “awfully big in the window,” to paraphrase Tom Hanks in the movie "Apollo 13."

Next month Republicans and Democrats will hold their national conventions to formally nominate their candidates for president and to conduct party business. Although this year’s conventions will look much different than usual on account of the COVID-19 pandemic, essential party functions will still take place. One noteworthy difference this year will be the party platforms. Because Gov. Roy Cooper, D-N.C., played politics, Republicans changed the location of their convention from Charlotte to Jacksonville and will keep the successful America First platform from 2016 intact. On the Democratic side, it is yet to be determined exactly how they will debate their radical left-wing 2020 platform.

Due to the coronavirus and a lack of traditional campaigning by President Trump and his Democrat opponent former Vice President Joe Biden, this year the party platforms will take on much greater significance than usual and the American people would be wise to take a serious look.

After all, only one candidate -- President Trump -- is regularly answering questions from the press and fully engaging in the national debate in the midst of the unforgettable summer of 2020. Former Vice President Joe Biden on the other hand is rolling the dice with what I call the “Tahiti strategy” of staying away from the campaign trail and only coming up for air from his basement when absolutely necessary. With this enormous in-kind corporate contribution from his allies in the liberal media, Biden is getting the largest free pass we’ve seen in modern history.

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Fox News: David Bossie: Antifa riots – here's what we need to know about group attacking America

The terrifying death of George Floyd while in the custody of Minneapolis police last week has caused mass protests around the country as people express their outrage. The hideous images captured on video for all to see will have a lasting impact on America, I pray for the better.

The country is unified – regardless of skin color or political party – around the truth that Floyd's killing and others like it are totally unacceptable in our society and we must all work together to end racially charged violence against African-Americans.

Peaceful protests are constitutionally protected and must be respected. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. was correct when he taught us that nonviolent gatherings send a powerful message that change is possible. The American people are in agreement that the senseless killing of Floyd, who's been described by his brother as a gentle giant, must be protested loudly, clearly – and peacefully. 

However, violent anarchists and America haters have upended the peaceful protests to wreak havoc on our cities from coast to coast and desecrate the memory of George Floyd. They call themselves Antifa, short for "anti-fascists," but nothing could be further from the truth. They are misusing Floyd's tragic death to further their goals of destruction and division in America.  

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Fox News: David Bossie: Russia collusion — these new probes of hoax will provide answers Americans deserve

The sad chapter of Special Counsel Robert Mueller’s failed Russia investigation has been over for more than a year, but only now are Americans starting to get a fuller picture of what went on. The partisan witch hunt that we all saw unfold was a disgrace to our country and the chickens are now coming home to roost.

When a failed coup against the president takes place, questions must be asked and there must accountability. Remember that scores of Democrat politicians, journalists and deep state actors guaranteed a slam dunk case of Russian collusion against President Trump and his campaign. 

When the Senate returns in June, Judiciary Committee Chairman Lindsey Graham, R-S.C., will hold a vote to authorize subpoenas for individuals I call “Obamagate’s Most Wanted” – those involved in the FBI’s infamous Russia hoax investigation. Graham’s comprehensive witness list includes fired FBI Director James Comey, former Director of Central Intelligence John Brennan, and former Director of National Intelligence James Clapper.

Indeed, most of the cast of characters associated with Obamagate that we’ve been hearing about for years now should be called in to testify about the targeting of Trump and his campaign beginning in July 2016. Tens of millions of Americans want to know about the phony Steele Dossier, the fraudulent FISA warrants, and why the Obama-Biden law enforcement and intelligence agencies were politicized with the goal of destroying candidate and then duly elected president of the United States Donald Trump.

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David Bossie: Biden wrong on China his entire career – let's look at the record

In April, records from 9/11 mastermind Usama bin Laden’s compound were disclosed detailing his plans to assassinate then-President Barack Obama. Bin Laden’s rationale for his horrific plot was telling: “Biden is totally unprepared for that post, which will lead the U.S. into a crisis.” 

Now, a decade since U.S. Special Forces killed bin Laden in Pakistan, it’s my guess that President Xi Jinping of China – our greatest geopolitical foe today – also wants former Vice President Joe Biden to be the next president of the United States. This makes perfect sense when you consider that Xi wants what’s best for China.

Joe Biden has been wrong on U.S. policy toward China virtually his entire career. In fact, Biden and other establishment politicians in Washington have been instrumental in China’s meteoric rise from a developing nation into a Communist power with global ambitions.

For decades, China has executed a foreign policy focused on replacing the United States as the world’s leading economy.

During his time as lead Democrat on the Senate Foreign Relations Committee, Biden gave a floor speech in September 2000 in support of Permanent Normal Trade Relations (PNTR) with China. He said, “Finally, I would like to point out that my support for permanent normal trade relations with China is based not just on an assessment of the economic benefits to the U.S., not just on the prospects for political reform in China, but also on the impact on our national security.”

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Fox News: Bossie & Lewandowski: Confused Biden flip-flops as he changes story on Obama administration spying on Flynn

Former Vice President Joe Biden appeared on “Good Morning America” on ABC-TV this week and anchor George Stephanopoulos asked him a simple question: “What did you know about those moves to investigate Michael Flynn and was there anything improper done?”

“I know nothing about those moves to investigate Michael Flynn,” Biden said before launching into a stumbling diatribe about how questions about the Obama administration’s targeting of Flynn – President Trump’s first national security adviser – are just a “diversion.”

But Stephanopoulos – a former top aide to President Bill Clinton, with a background in Democratic politics – didn’t let Biden slip away.

“You say you don’t know anything about it, but you were reported to be in a January 5, 2017 meeting where you and [President Barack Obama] were briefed on the FBI’s plan to question Michael Flynn over those conversations he had with the Russian ambassador [Sergey] Kislyak,”

Stephanopoulos said.

Uh-oh. Biden did a sudden flip-flop worthy of an Olympic gymnast.

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Wash Times: David Bossie: Framing of Michael Flynn: The story that should have won a Pulitzer Prize, but hasn't been written

On April 7, it was announced by the Pulitzer Prize committee that this year’s winners would be postponed due to the COVID-19 pandemic, and the news barely registered. This week, the 2020 winners were announced even though America remains in the midst of a national health crisis, and the news still didn’t break through. It wasn’t long ago that awards such as this were discussed outside elitist circles — similar to the Academy Awards, the Nobel Peace Prize and Time magazine’s person of the year — but the luster’s come off these days.  

Due to a more educated public, alternative news sources and social media, the American people have a clearer understanding of the liberal bias inside the fake news divisions of the mainstream media. This was caused by the election of the ultimate political outsider Donald Trump, who’s made it a priority to call out fake news.

Other so-called prestigious awards are also being met with a more skeptical eye from the public at large. When you consider President Obama won the 2009 Nobel Peace Prize after being in office for just nine months and 17-year old environmental activist Greta Thunberg won Time’s person of the year last year, why would folks continue to take these awards seriously?

The American people have grown sick and tired of establishment liberals patting themselves on the back at annual black-tie award ceremonies where they proclaim their own importance and ask us to believe it. This is part of the reason why President Trump refuses to attend the White House Correspondents’ Dinner and other stuffy establishment gatherings.

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Fox News: David Bossie: Trump-hating media give Biden gentle treatment as he sits in his basement, limiting his gaffes

With six months to go until the 2020 presidential election, 77-year-old former Vice President Joe Biden is campaigning in his basement and loving life.

Sleepy Joe lets his consultants tell him what to think and what to tweet, limits his gaffes and tries to control his message. And since he can't hold campaign rallies due to the coronavirus pandemic, the world can't see the energy vacuum he creates during the largely incomprehensible rambling speeches he used to give in half-empty high school cafeterias.

Yes, other than seeing New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo grabbing a lot more news coverage that he is getting, these are easy days for Joe Biden. He's got the luxury of being able to sit back and criticize President Trump from the cheap seats as the president deals with the enormous challenges associated with the unprecedented COVID-19 crisis.

If nothing else, Biden is demonstrating that he's an extremely talented Monday morning quarterback, which is not a redeeming quality for a real leader.

Biden is practicing what I call the "Tahiti strategy" – staying off the grid until Election Day so you don't make any unforced errors. In other circles, it's called the "prevent defense." But as we all know, sometimes choosing this minimalist approach prevents you from winning the game.

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Fox News: David Bossie: Trump-hating media should stop covering up Biden sexual assault allegation

For the past five years, the liberal media have waged an unending war against Donald Trump. And as the November election draws closer, they are protecting former Vice President Joe Biden – the presumptive Democratic nominee to run against Trump – by downplaying coverage of a serious allegation that Biden committed sexual assault in 1993.

There are many relevant questions that need to be answered by Sleepy Joe Biden about his fitness for office. But these questions have been largely ignored by the anti-Trump media.

First and foremost is the allegation of sexual assault coming from Biden’s former Senate employee Tara Reade. Reade’s story is credible. Contemporaneous evidence supports her claim.

Reade’s allegation merits serious investigation by all major news organizations and by law enforcement agencies as well. It shouldn’t be swept under the rug by news organizations eager to defeat President Trump in November – but that’s what’s happening.

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Fox News: David Bossie: Russia investigation – declassify records, public has a right to the whole truth

Newly declassified footnotes from the Department of Justice Inspector General’s inflammatory report shed new light on the FBI's disturbing handling of the Steele dossier, the campaign opposition research file against then-candidate Donald Trump.

The footnotes show the FBI was warned that some of the information compiled by ex-British spy Christopher Steele could have been part of a Russian disinformation campaign.

The report issued in December by Inspector General Michael Horowitz details how Steele put together his thoroughly debunked Russian dossier in the summer of 2016 and weaponized it for political gain. That dossier became the basis for surveillance against the Trump campaign. Horowitz ultimately found 17 "errors or omissions" in the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance applications against former Trump campaign adviser Carter Page.

The significant disclosure about the footnotes goes straight to one of the central questions of this four-year-long disgrace. Since the FBI was aware of the Russian disinformation campaign as it pertained to Steele's work and knew Steele was working on behalf of the Hillary Clinton campaign and the Democratic National Committee, why did they plow forward with the Crossfire Hurricane investigation and the abusive FISA warrants targeting Page?

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