The White House spin machine and “clarification corps” was out in force on Thursday trying to interpret the senile ramblings of the Old Coot in Chief’s press conference on Wednesday. It would be funny if it wasn’t a serious matter for the entire country. White House Defends Biden After He Claims Midterm Elections Could ‘Easily Be Illegitimate’
Mitch McConnell: Biden got it ‘Wrong Again’ From A FOX News interview with Bret Baier.
From National Review: Biden’s Year of Failure. “The affair (Biden press conference) was an abject disaster, but it was also par for the course. And that, ultimately, is the problem.“
NPR‘s reporting on the Supreme Court has a distinct whine to it. NPR is not happy with the direction of the court on abortion. The Supreme Court for a third time allows Texas to bar abortions after 6 weeks
Majority of American voters believe election reform should focus on making it harder to cheat rather than making it easier to vote. From The Best of the Web – WSJ
Fifty-seven percent (57%) of voters believe that Joe Biden was legitimately elected president in 2020. A similar number –61%–believe Donald Trump was legitimately elected president in 2016. Just 26% of voters believe the proper winner was declared in each of those elections.
To address those concerns, 50% believe the top priority for election reform should be making it harder to cheat. Thirty-eight percent (38%) think the focus should be on making it easier to vote.Rasmussen Polls
As for specific reforms, 80% favor requiring voters to show a photo ID before casting a ballot. Additionally, 85% also favor a requirement for states to clean voter rolls by removing people who have died or moved from the voter registration lists. Another popular reform–supported by 76% of voters– is to [require] all ballots to be received by Election Day.
Public support for these three reforms is likely to make election integrity a winning issue for Republicans in the midterm elections. Every Democrat in the House and Senate is on record voting against all three.Rasmussen Polls