Former Democratic strategist and advisor for President William Jefferson “Bill” Clinton (D) Dick Morris told Newsmax TV on Monday that Democratic presidential voter turnout was disproportionately larger than the population gains from 2012 to 2020 in key cities where President Donald Trump is disputing reported election results.
Morris told “Greg Kelly Reports” three specific examples among the possibilities. Morris said the vote for former Obama-era Vice President Joe Biden in Phoenix was 48% more than Barack Obama received in 2012. Meanwhile, Phoenix only witnessed a 14% gain in population.
Similarly, Morris said that Atlanta had a 30% larger vote for Biden than Obama in 2012, despite only a 9% gain in population.
Detroit had a 10% higher vote total for Biden than Obama while seeing no increase in population at all.
“And the only way that that increase can be justified is by ballot stuffing,” Morris said. “The non-Democratic cities didn’t realize that kind of gain. And even cities like New York and Chicago, that were not in swing states, didn’t realize that kind of a gain. It was pure ballot stuffing with absentee and mail-in ballots.”
Morris admitted that Democratic antipathy toward Trump could account for the increased voter turnout overall, from 135 million in 2016 to 150 million earlier this month. But it doesn’t explain why the turnout was significantly higher in the states where claims of fraud, particularly in Arizona, Michigan and Georgia, are being made, but not across the board in other Democrat-controlled cities.
“Sure it did,” Morris told Greg Kelly on Newsmax. “But in these particular cities and in these particular states, where Biden won by 80,000 in one state, or 20,000 in another, these kinds spikes in turnout are indicative of ballot stuffing. The secretary of state in Michigan sent out 7.7 million absentee ballots, and got huge numbers back, and that permitted them to stuff the ballot [box] with phony ballots. Two hundred thousand absentee ballots in Pennsylvania, alone, were counted.”
In a separate but related video interview today, former Governor Rod Blagojevich (D) made a similar argument to Morris’ and pointed to the possible path ahead.
“President Trump has a constitutional duty to ensure that there is election integrity,” says Rod Blagojevich with Civil Rights lawyer @TheLeoTerrell. [via @JohnFBachman on Newsmax TV: https://t.co/VlT7z8drtO] pic.twitter.com/iC5HL6lVWH
— Newsmax (@newsmax) November 24, 2020
Even those who say the case for President Trump is a good one admit that the odds are against him. But there are also intelligence, legal, and other indicators that there may be a surprise brewing from Team Trump. Time will tell.
Perhaps the biggest hurdle isn’t the validity of constitutional arguments or of indicators and evidence of significant voter tampering that purportedly occurred sufficient to reverse the election result based upon illicit ballots. The challenge may be do state legislators, which can have a constitutional say, or judges – up to and including the U.S. Supreme Court – have the courage needed to make a tough decision which will doubtlessly bring serious blowback?
But there is a flip concern. If they fail to do what the evidence or constitution demands, how much harm and uproar will occur in that event?
On a day when the Dow hit 30,000 for the first time in history, the question that looms is what will happen to the U.S. economy if Biden-Harris get the keys to the White House? Even if Democrats are denied control of the Senate, the changes that can be made by executive orders could rapidly reverse several of the underpinnings of the economy that have benefited our industry and others too. Among those is fracking and energy. That will be our featured focus this evening. That will follow the quotable quotes, left-right headlines for this evening and two of our three market summary graphics for tonight.
Quotes That Shed Light – American Social, Industry, National Issues…
Headlines from left-of-center CNN Business
- Tesla’s stock is on fire
- LONDON, UNITED KINGDOM – 2020/10/28: A Tesla car in London. Tesla is an American electric car.
- The company’s total market value crosses above $500 billion for the first time
- Dow 30,000 is a milestone nearly 125 years in the making
- Stocks soar as Biden transition begins
- Millions of Americans are out of work. Why is the stock market soaring?
- Cannabis stocks are rising again
- BlackRock and the $15 trillion fund industry should be broken up, antimonopoly group says
- Opinion: US manufacturers have jobs to fill. Finding workers here at home is the problem
- Dick’s Sporting Goods CEO will step down after 36 years
- Best Buy has its best quarter in 25 years
- OANN banned from posting YouTube videos for a week
- Sidney Powell is a beacon of hope to sad Qanon supporters
- Fox News settles lawsuit with family of Seth Rich
- BuzzFeed is buying HuffPost — and inheriting its diversity issues
- SALISBURY, ENGLAND – OCTOBER 15: Britain's Queen Elizabeth II speaks with staff during a visit to the Defence Science and Technology Laboratory (Dstl) at Porton Down science park on October 15, 2020 near Salisbury, England. The Queen and the Duke of Cambridge visited the Defence Science and Technology Laboratory (Dstl) where they were to view displays of weaponry and tactics used in counter intelligence, a demonstration of a Forensic Explosives Investigation and meet staff who were involved in the Salisbury Novichok incident. Her Majesty and His Royal Highness also formally opened the new Energetics Analysis Centre.
- This new firm will count the Queen as a client
- Zoom founder Eric Yuan poses in front of the Nasdaq building as the screen shows the logo of the video-conferencing software company Zoom after the opening bell ceremony on April 18, 2019 in New York City. The video-conferencing software company announced it's IPO priced at $36 per share, at an estimated value of $9.2 billion.
- RISK TAKERS Everyone you know uses Zoom. That wasn’t the plan
- Frank’s Red Hot owner buys Cholula in $800 million deal
- All-new F-150 Lariat in Rapid Red Metallic Tinted Clearcoat.
- Is this a spa? Nope, it’s Ford’s new F-150 pickup truck
- How GM is making the Hummer EV in record time
- First Rivian electric trucks will sell for $75,000
- This will be the quickest pickup truck ever
- After 25 years, the Ford Bronco is back
- TAKE HOME PAY
- Why Reddit will pay workers the same salary no matter where they live
- European countries test out universal basic income
- How to ask for a raise in the middle of a pandemic
- 66% of companies still plan to give bonuses next year
- Moving? Ask your company about salary changes
Headlines from right-of-center Newsmax
- Biden Unveils His National Security Team
- Declaring “America is back,” Joe Biden introduced selections for his national security team Tuesday, his first substantive offering of how he would shift from Trump-era “America First” policies.
- Pennsylvania Certifies Biden’s Election Win
- NJ Democrat Files Complaints Against Trump Lawyers in 5 States
- Meadows Encouraged Trump to Start Presidential Transition
- Nevada Supreme Court OKs Biden Win in State
- Trump Appointee Murphy: GSA Freeing Transition Resources
- Dick Morris to Newsmax TV: Stats Prove Ballot Stuffing |
- Trump: ‘Will Never Concede’ Despite Transition Process OK
- Barry Loudermilk to Newsmax TV: Ga. Needs ‘Deeper Forensic Audit’ |
- Rush: Trump Legal Team Promised Blockbuster Stuff
- Trump Touts Dow Record High, Vaccines in Brief Remarks
- Report: Secret Service Preparing for Trump Move to Florida
- Morning Consult/Politico Poll: Trump Will Keep Power Over GOP
- Trump Won’t Budge From Veto Threat Over Renaming Bases
- Trump Adviser Vows US Support to Philippines, Vietnam in South China Sea
- US Drafts List of 89 China Firms With Military Ties
- Foxconn Plant Championed by Trump Lands Google Server Contract
- Christie Attacks Trump Again: ‘National Embarrassment’
- Hillary Clinton Seeks Defense Secretary Post From Biden
- Former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton could return for a fourth act in Washington, D.C., and this time as defense secretary or with another top job. Recently, The Washington Post, citing anonymous sources, has stated the former first lady’s name was being discussed.
- Related Stories
- Clyburn: ‘Tent Big Enough’ for Biden to Add Progressives
- Biden Campaign Loyalists Fear New Admin Looks Like Obama Lineup
- R. McMaster: ‘Disaster’ for Biden to Return to Iran Deal
- Consumer Confidence Falls as Virus Surge Hurts Optimism
- S. consumer confidence fell to a reading of 96.1 in November
- Morici: Biden’s Tax Plans Will Stifle Innovation, Kill Growth
- Joe Biden’s best friend could be a Republican Senate. It would permit him to return to his moderate left-of-center roots, and unshackle him from the more radical agenda he embraced to win peace with Bernie Sanders, other primary rivals and their constituents.
- Trump Touts Dow Record High, 48th Stock Record in Term
- Airlines Set to Lose $157B Amid Deeper COVID Slump
- Home Price Gains Accelerate as Pandemic Jolts Housing
- JPMorgan: 60/40 Revamp Needs Alternative Investments
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Where Business, Politics and Investing Can Meet
The hard-left wing of the Democratic Party are publicly pushing former Obama-era VP Joe Biden on a range of issues, including climate change.
While Joe Biden has flip-flopped on the overall future of fracking, but as Newsmax noted, he hasn’t wavered from his stated plan to eliminate new fracking from occurring on federal land.
That move would, over time, could “crush the [fracking] industry.”
Any attempt to prevent or limit fracking would deliver a major blow to the sector resulting in company shut downs, potentially hundreds of thousands of job losses, and a return to reliance on unstable OPEC nations like Saudi Arabia or Russia.
Pre-election estimates were that Biden’s stance could drive gas prices up to $6 a gallon.
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