‘Huge Debts:’ Millions in Earnings Failed to Satiate Hunter Biden’s Hunger for Crack, Prostitutes, Luxury Cars

Hunter Biden owes massive credit card debt after living like a high roller with access to millions of dollars linked to business dealings overseas that proved insufficient to satisfy his ravenous appetite for drugs, prostitutes, and luxury cars, the Daily Mail reported Friday.

The Daily Mail published a bombshell report surrounding the potentially  incriminating contents of a laptop purportedly owned by Hunter that was dropped off at a Delaware repair shop and eventually given to the FBI.

On Friday, the Daily Mail unveiled contents of the laptop that go well beyond the emails first reported by the New York Post in October 2020 detailing Hunter’s lucrative overseas business deals that helped him lead a drug-addled lifestyle, with prostitutes, and luxurious rides.

Ultimately, his lifestyle left him broke, unable to support his drug and prostitute habit and support his family.

The Daily Mail summarized its long bombshell report, noting:

  • Hunter Biden’s wild spending left him with huge debts to credit card companies and desperate to avoid jail for unpaid taxes, DailyMail.com can reveal
  • Pictures, documents, emails and texts obtained by DailyMail.com from Hunter’s laptop reveal he spent thousands of dollars on strippers and prostitutes
  • Biden even threatened to take $20,000 out of his daughter’s education savings account
  • Pictures found on the laptop show what appears to be thousands of dollars worth of crack bagged up on a scale, and Hunter naked and in bed with women
  • The numerous expenses left him strapped for cash when it came to supporting his new family
  • In an April 2017 email, [Hunter’s company] Rosemont Seneca Vice President wrote to Hunter detailing how he faced total bills of $476,231.60, including $60,467 on three credit cards and $320,417.85 in unpaid federal taxes

In 2019, the FBI seized the laptop in connection to a money-laundering scheme. Last December, Hunter and his then-president-elect father admitted that the U.S. Attorney in Delaware was investigating the younger Biden over his federal taxes.

Hunter reportedly made between $50,000 and $100,000 monthly working for corruption-linked Ukrainian gas conglomerate Burisma between 2014 and 2019, helping him fill his coffers with at least $6,070,150 from 2013 to 2016, the Daily Mail found.

Nevertheless, the news outlet noted, “Leaked emails reveal how Hunter Biden was desperate to avoid jail for unpaid taxes – after blowing hundreds of thousands of dollars on luxury cars, prostitutes, drugs, and designer clothing.”

According to the documents obtained by the Daily Mail, Hunter kept a 2014 Porsche, an Audi, a 2018 Ford Raptor Truck, an $80,000 boat, a Range Rover, Land Rover, BMW, and Chevrolet Truck.

He also spent thousands of dollars on strippers – including one who had his child – suspected prostitutes, and massive amounts of crack.

Hunter told an Arkansas judge he could not pay child support for the child he fathered with stripper Lunden Roberts, even as he rented a $12,000 per month home in Hollywood and was driving a Porsche Panamera at the time.

Ultimately, he settled the case with Roberts out of court after the judge ordered him to produce his financial records.

The Daily Mail noted:

The bombshell cache of 103,000 text messages, 154,000 emails, more than 2,000 photos, and dozens of videos from Hunter’s laptop and authenticated by experts retained by DailyMail.com are packed with revelations conveniently missing from his newly published memoir, Beautiful Things.

The pictures, documents, emails, and texts reveal that despite reporting more than $6 million of income from 2013 to 2016, Hunter’s bacchanalian expenses left him with huge debts to credit card companies and the tax man.

Some of the pictures show Hunter half nude, with only a bathrobe on like the late Hugh Hefner from the Playboy mansion, only instead of a cigar, Hunter is reportedly shown smoking what appears to be a crack pipe.

Other pictures found on his laptop show what appears to be thousands of dollars worth of crack on a Cheech and Chong branded scale and Hunter naked and in bed with likely prostitutes.

Like most drug addicts, Hunter sunk low, threatening to take money from his daughter’s education savings account.

The walls began to close in as his business dealings, described as shady by critics, came under the microscope of conservative media outlets such as Breitbart News. At the same time, the Democrat-allied mainstream outlets ignored Hunter’s overseas deals.

Although his money situation reportedly appeared to substantially improve in 2020, allowing him to pay the District of Columbia a $453,890 tax bill just six days after it was issued, that did not last long.

Hunter was unable to keep his high roller lifestyle and support his family on over a half a million dollar a year salary, and he had to borrow money from one of his companies to keep himself solvent, Eric Schwerin, the president of Hunter’s company Rosemont Seneca, reportedly wrote in an email in January 2017,

“As his finances descended into disarray and his assistants begged him to pay his mounting bills, the President’s son lashed out threatening to cut staff pay, take money from his daughter’s educational savings, and complained about his alimony bills,” the Daily Mail noted, adding:

In October 2018 email from Hunter’s accountant shows that by that year his tax debt had ballooned to an eye-watering $804,000, including $600,000 in personal taxes and $204,000 for one of his businesses that received money from Ukrainian gas company Burisma.

It appears Hunter is not the only Biden with a distorted version of reality.

In the few public comments Joe has made recently amid the fall to rock bottom by his son, his then-president-elect father blamed other people for his son’s downfall.

When announcing the feds were investigating Hunter for failing to pay taxes, Biden said last December he is “deeply proud of his son who has fought through difficult challenges, including personal attacks of recent months, only to emerge stronger.”

During a softball interview earlier this month, Hunter told CBS News that the laptop “certainly” could be his, but he denied dropping it off at the repair shop.


Report: Joe Biden to Hunter: ‘Be Careful What You Text. Likely I’m Being Hacked’

President Joe Biden was apparently worried his communications with son Hunter Biden were being hacked in September of 2018, screenshots released by the Daily Mail suggest.

“Be careful what you text. Likely I’m being hacked,” Joe Biden wrote to his son, as he considered his 2020 campaign for president.

Perhaps the future president had reason to worry, because it’s no mystery Joe Biden in 1986 led the effort on the Senate Judiciary Committee to enact the “Anti-Drug Abuse Act,” establishing first time mandatory minimum sentences for drugs like cocaine. Any potential misstep regarding his son’s struggle with addiction could complicate Joe Biden’s political record.

Even so, screenshots indicate Joe Biden showed leniency towards Hunter and even offered money to pay for Hunter’s dentist bill. “Do you want me to do anything about the Maisy dentist bill?” Joe Biden asked.

Hunter replied, “It was to be paid yesterday… I’ll pay it when I have more money.”

“You need not pay be back. What do you want me to do, pay the dentist? Or anything else?” Joe Biden replied.

Hunter’s challenges may have caused his dad other conundrums, including the possible implication of misusing the Secret Service to protect his son against himself in an alleged case involving Hallie Biden finding a gun “inside of Hunter Biden’s pickup” and tossing “it in a trash can behind a grocery store where they frequently shopped.”

Apparently, though, Hunter may not have always been a political liability. According to the Daily Mail, “When the former Delaware senator was elected Vice President in 2008, it put an end to Hunter’s lucrative career as a lobbyist to avoid the appearance of conflicts of interest.”

This encouraged Hunter to “embark on a series of controversial business ventures” while falling “into a cycle of crack and prostitute binges, scandal and rehab.”

But “resentment” seemed to be percolating by February 2019 between the father and son, when Joe Biden presumably, according to screenshots, messaged Hunter, wishing him “Good morning my beautiful son. I miss you and love you. Dad.”

Hunter’s response was not so soft, as he was angered at his father for “having made clear to the world that the only reason for not [running for president is your] family problems im glad to be the f***ing bullseye you painted on my back.”

“Your team just made me the uncontrollable troubled tax cheat philanderer sex and drug addict that you tried so hard to fix but couldn’t yt. They just totally wrote my life away,” Hunter continued. “If you dont run ill never have a chance at redemption.”

Joe Biden ignored Hunter’s complaints by saying he would run for president, reminding Hunter again he was a “target” for hacks. “I’ll run but I need you. H[allie] is wrong. Only focus is recovery. Nothing else… When you can and feel like it call. Positive my text etc a target. Love.”

Joe Biden announced his intentions to run for president only two months later.


Pollak: In ‘Jim Crow’ Charge, Joe Biden Breaks ‘Healing’ Promise to Georgia Voters

President Joe Biden reiterated his claim Tuesday that Georgia and other states that are passing laws to discourage voter fraud are enacting “new Jim Crow laws” that “are just antithetical to who we are.”

In pursuing that outrageous, inflammatory claim — hearkening to the worst days of racial segregation — Joe Biden is betraying his promise on the 2020 campaign trail, and in his Inaugural Address, to heal a divided nation and to unite Americans in a common cause.

There is no basis whatsoever for the “Jim Crow” claim. The vast majority of Americans — including 73% of black Americans in a poll this week — favor the use of photo identification in voting.

Biden and the Democrats claim that the push for new laws is based on the “lie” that the 2020 election was stolen. But even if the 2020 result was entirely accurate, it lacked credibility to many Americans. The use of widespread vote-by-mail in many states that had never used it before, for example, created confusion on Election Night.

The fiasco with Major League Baseball proves the point.

Last week, Biden encouraged the league to move its All-Star Game out of Atlanta over the Georgia law, which actually expands voting in many ways. The league moved it to Denver, Colorado, a “whiter” city in a state where some voting laws are more restrictive than in Georgia.

The White House tried to claim that the president had not “dictated” the move, even as it tried to defend the league’s decision, and as Biden continued to cite “Jim Crow.”

The people hurt most directly by the loss of the All-Star Game are the residents of Atlanta, a majority-black city — one that was crucial to Biden’s election victory and to Democratic control of the Senate.

There is no better example of how Democrats have hurt black Americans while exploiting black voters and false claims of racism for political purposes.

Moreover, Biden’s stance is a direct betrayal of the promise he made to Georgia voters in the 2020 election.

Last October, while campaigning in Georgia, Biden devoted an entire speech to the idea of healing.

“I want to talk about how we’re going to heal our nation,” he told voters in Warm Springs. “I know this country, I know our people, and I know we can unite and heal this nation. Warm Springs is a good place to talk about hope and healing.”

America needed “a President who doesn’t divide us, but unites us,” he said. “A President who appeals not to the worst in us, but to the best. A President who cares less about his TV ratings and more about the American people. A President who looks not to settle scores, but to find solutions.”

Biden then warned: “Time and again, throughout our history, we’ve seen charlatans, the con men, the phony populists, who sought to play on our fears, appeal to our worst appetites, and pick at the oldest scabs we have for their own political gain.”

He invoked the Pope, and the Bible:

Pope Francis asked questions that anyone who seeks to lead this great nation should be able to answer. And my answer is this: I run to unite this nation and to heal this nation. I’ve said that from the beginning. It is badly necessary. The Bible tells us there’s a time to break down, and a time to build up, a time to heal. This is that time. God and history have called us to this moment, and to this mission. … And if we do so, we’ll once more become one nation under God, indivisible, a nation united, a nation strengthened, a nation healed. That is my goal. That is why I’m running. That is what we must do.

Later, in November, when the news networks declared that he had won the election, Biden declared: “This is the time to heal in America.” In his Inaugural Address, Biden spoke of “unity, not division,” and gave his “sacred oath” that he would write an “American story” of “love and of healing.”

In his abuse of “Jim Crow” to inflame the debate around voting, President Joe Biden is violating that oath, and breaking his explicit promises to voters in Georgia and beyond.

Joel B. Pollak is Senior Editor-at-Large at Breitbart News and the host of Breitbart News Sunday on Sirius XM Patriot on Sunday evenings from 7 p.m. to 10 p.m. ET (4 p.m. to 7 p.m. PT). He is the author of the recent e-book, Neither Free nor Fair: The 2020 U.S. Presidential Election. His recent book, RED NOVEMBER, tells the story of the 2020 Democratic presidential primary from a conservative perspective. He is a winner of the 2018 Robert Novak Journalism Alumni Fellowship. Follow him on Twitter at @joelpollak.


Report: Biden’s Immigration Policies Leave Empty Beds at Detention Centers Costing Taxpayers $1 Million a Day

Almost 2,000 miles north from the U.S. Mexico border in Tacoma, Washington, the detention center used to be brimming with as many as 1,300 illegal aliens. But since Joe Biden has been president and federal agents have been instructed not to arrest but to catch and release illegal crossers, hundreds of beds there and across the country are empty — costing taxpayers $1 million a day.

Taxpayer-funded National Public Radio (NPR) reported on its analysis of ICE detention centers:

Because of the way ICE structures its contracts with private companies and localities that own and operate the detention centers, the agency guarantees it will pay for a minimum number of beds whether they are filled or not. For dozens of detention centers across the country with these “guaranteed minimums,” ICE pays more than $1 million a day for empty detention beds.

“The numbers that we have right now on detention are the lowest they’ve been in 20 years,” Silky Shah, executive director of the nonprofit Detention Watch Network, said in the NPR report. “But we have the capacity for a lot more, and a lot of those beds continue to get paid for.”

While noting that the coronavirus pandemic also led to detention populations being thinned out, NPR reported that the real issue is not border security but the policy of incarcerating people who enter the United States illegally.

Now ICE is paying for more unused space than ever before, and a larger national debate has been heating up about whether the government should be locking up many of these immigrants in the first place. Critics say this isn’t just about money but about the morality of putting immigrants behind bars for civil violations. Many ICE detainees have not been convicted of any crimes.

“I think that’s a real question for the administration,” Shah said in the NPR report. “Do they want to continue to detain people because of what the Trump administration put in place? Or do they want to actually move towards the more morally appropriate position of actually not detaining tons of people.”

NPR’s report also focused on what it called the controversy of ICE detention centers being run by private contractors and cited a Government Accountability Office (GAO) report earlier this year that criticized how ICE negotiates its detention contracts.

ICE said the GAO’s findings “lack context,” in a statement released after the report was published. The report didn’t take into account the “dramatic fluctuations” in the number of aliens ICE detained between 2018, when arrests increased, and 2020, when the coronavirus led to the release of detainees from centers around the country.

“Now activists see a new opportunity with President Biden in the White House,” NPR reported. “While running for president Biden’s platform said that the federal government ‘should not use private facilities for any detention, including detention of undocumented immigrants.’”

Biden has moved to get rid of privately run federal prisons but so far he has not acted on immigration detention, according to NPR.

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Report: Zuckerberg-Funded CTCL Spent $36 Million in Urban Counties of Texas in 2020 Election

The Public Interest Legal Foundation (PILF) released a report Tuesday documenting the $36 million spent in 14 urban counties of Texas in the 2020 election by the Mark Zuckerberg-funded Center for Technology and Civic Life (CTCL).

According to the report:

Grant award letters reviewed by the Foundation showed Texas counties were given money to help shift voting to the mail and away from traditional procedures in Texas law. The large blue leaning counties received huge sums to transform their elections. Smaller red counties did not receive anything close. Mandated changes included were:

  • Drive-thru voting
  • Mail voting sorting assets
  • Polling place rental expenses
  • Temp labor expenses, hazard pay
  • Personal protective equipment (PPE)
  • Voter education/outreach/radio costs

Dallas County was the biggest recipient of CTCL funding among the 14 urban counties in the state, receiving more than $15 million. Thirteen other counties received the remaining $21 million of CTCL funding, including Harris County (Houston), which received more than $9 million:

CTCL Funding of 14 Urban Counties in Texas  in 2020 Election

County                    Amount
Dallas                     $15,130,433
Harris                     $9,600,000
Webb                      $2,820,960
Bexar                      $1,900,000
Cameron                $1,853,729
Tarrant                   $1,678,522
Travis                      $1,144,709
El Paso                      $846,133
Fort Bend                 $506,500
Hays                          $289,075
Williamson              $263,644
Hidalgo                      $196,500
Brooks                          $92,225
Maverick                     $47,075
TOTAL             $36,369,506

CTCL provided funding to an additional 101 counties in Texas for the administration of the 2020 election, bringing the total number of Texas counties that received funding from the Zuckerberg-funded non-profit to 115. The state has a total of 254 counties.

The PILF Report did not indicate how much CTCL funded these 101 additional counties outside of the 14 urban counties, but indicated the bulk of CTCL funding in Texas went to the 14 urban counties.

“The large blue leaning counties received huge sums to transform their elections. Smaller red counties did not
receive anything close,” the report found.

The report also noted “The CTCL and various Texas counties were not always transparent on how the money was spent at the time—or even that they received funds. Some were more open than others.”

This conclusion mirrored the conduct of CTCL in Georgia, where the Fulton County Commission approved the receipt of a $6 million grant without ever knowing the name of the funding source — the Zuckerberg-funded CTCL, as Breitbart News reported in December.

“Private parties cannot be allowed to pay for preferred modes of elections in Texas or anywhere else,” J. Christian Adams, president of PILF, said in a statement accompanying the report.

“Election administration is the most fundamental function of local and state government and must be funded accordingly, full stop,” Adams added.

The PILF report provided details of CTCL’s conduct in Texas, which re-enforced arguments made by another election integrity group in December, as Breitbart News reported:

A report released by the Amistad Project of the Thomas More Society at a press conference on Wednesday alleged Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg and his wife made $419.5 million in contributions to non-profit organizations during the 2020 election cycle–$350 million to the “Safe Elections” Project of the Center for Technology and Civic Life (CTCL) and another $69.5 million to the Center for Election Innovation and Research–that, “improperly influence[d] the 2020 presidential election on behalf of one particular candidate and party.”

“The 2020 presidential election witnessed an unprecedented and coordinated public-private partnership to improperly influence the 2020 presidential election on behalf of one particular candidate and party. Funded by hundreds of millions of dollars from Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg and other high-tech interests, activist organizations created a two-tiered election system that treated voters differently depending on whether they lived in Democrat or Republican strongholds,” Amistad Project Director Phill Kline wrote in the report’s executive summary.

The PILF report released Tuesday argued this $36 million in CTCL funding influenced the outcome of the election in Texas, where Trump won a much narrower victory in 2020 over Biden than he did in 2016 over Hillary Clinton:

When you build expansive efficiencies in some counties, you increase the capacity in those counties. Raw voter turnout helps to see differences between 2020 and 2016. Keeping in mind that turnout was up nationally and Texas grew in population since 2016, there are notable trends. Urban and nearby suburban counties within the 14 studied roughly presented a 30 percent increase in turnout for Trump and 40 percent for Biden, compared to 2016 totals. One of the most insidious effects these grants can have is injecting structural bias into the local election administration process. This grossly distorts what used to be straightforward election administration statistics studied in the aftermath.

One county, Tarrant County, flipped from red to blue because of the CTCL expenditures of over $1 million there, the report argued:

Tarrant County, the last urban red county in Texas, flipped in 2020 with Biden improving by 43% in raw votes over 2016 to Trump’s 18%. Tarrant received $1.6 million dollars. The Tarrant County Election Administrator’s budget for the 2020 Election was originally $8,089,517. CTCL juiced that budget by almost 21 percent. Biden also flipped Austin metro area Hays and Williamson Counties with raw vote improvements between 70 and 80 percent.

The reported noted “county election administrators explained they were invited to apply for grants — particularly if they were smaller in terms of population. The optics were better in making the operation look fairer and in the public interest by padding the grantees with small counties whose political loyalties were never in doubt.”

The report pointed to a legislative solution that appears to have stalled in the Texas House of Representatives.

“Rep. Phil King of Weatherford (Parker County took $54,072 from CTCL) filed HB 2283 to prohibit these kinds of practices going forward. The bill has sat in the House Elections Committee since March 15,” the report noted.


Iowa Democrat Rita Hart Withdraws Challenge in Iowa House Race

Rita Hart, the Democrat, withdrew her challenge to Rep. Mariannette Miller-Meeks (R-IA) for an Iowa House seat Wednesday afternoon.

Hart has been trying to use the Committee on House Administration to overturn the state certified election in the Second Congressional District of Iowa.

This would have posed an uphill battle, as Democrats have started to back away from the partisan efforts. Breitbart News reported earlier this week, as many as nine Democrats have come forward to defect.  Moderates would have had to go on the record to vote for or against the efforts if Hart’s attempt were to pass the Committee.

Hart wrote in a press release, “after many conversations with people I trust about the future of this contest, I have made the decision to withdraw my contest before the House Committee on Administration.”

“Since Election Day, and throughout this entire process, my mission has been about ensuring the voices of Iowans who followed the law are not silenced. I am saddened that some Iowans’ votes will not count through no fault of their own, she wrote. Hart went on:

Despite our best efforts to have every vote counted, the reality is that the toxic campaign of political disinformation to attack this constitutional review of the closest congressional contest in 100 years has effectively silenced the voices of Iowans. It is a stain on our democracy that the truth has not prevailed and my hope for the future is a return to decency and civility.

She wished Miller-Meeks all the best as she serves the people of Iowa.

Kevin McCarthy was in Iowa Wednesday to rally support for Rep. Miller-Meeks with a day full of public events.

The National Republican Congressional Committee has used this to attack vulnerable Democrats who have stayed quiet on the issue.

“We are glad Rita Hart finally came to her senses and admitted the truth: the people of Iowa chose Dr. Mariannette Miller-Meeks to represent them in Congress,” Mike Berg, an NRCC spokesperson, said in a statement provided to Breitbart News. “We won’t let voters forget that Democrats will do whatever they can to subvert democracy if given the opportunity.”


Report: Many ‘Unlikely’ to Face Jail Time for Capitol Riot, ‘Could Embarrass Biden Administration’

Many who entered the Capitol building during January 6 protests of the 2020 election outcome are “unlikely” to face jail time — a “jarring reality check” for Americans “outraged by the storming of Capitol Hill,” according to a Politico report on Tuesday.

“What about somebody who has no criminal record who got jazzed up by the president, walked in, spends 15 minutes in Statuary Hall and leaves? What happens to that person? They’re not going to get a jail sentence for that,” a defense attorney, who asked not to be named, told the outlet.

“There is a natural cycle to an event like this,” the defense attorney added. “People will say it was the end of the world, then things will calm down, and they’ll begin looking at cases back on what people actually did.”

The report’s sub-headline noted that the cases “could embarrass the Biden administration, which has portrayed the Jan. 6 siege as a dire threat to democracy.”

The report said there have been high-profile conspiracy cases involving members of “right-wing, paramilitary groups” but the most urgent decisions for prosecutors involve resolving “scores of lower-level cases” clogging the D.C. federal district court.

Politico reported that, so far, almost a quarter of the more than 230 defendants formally and publicly charged — about 57 — face only misdemeanors, and in recent days, judges, prosecutors, and defense attorneys have all indicated that they expect few to face harsh sentences.

The report said the actions of many often boiled down to “trespassing”:

…Although prosecutors have loaded up their charging documents with language about the existential threat of the insurrection to the republic, the actions of many of the individual rioters often boiled down to trespassing. And judges have wrestled with how aggressively to lump those cases in with those of the more sinister suspects.

“My bet is a lot of these cases will get resolved and probably without prison time or jail time,” said Erica Hashimoto, a former federal public defender who is now a law professor at Georgetown. “One of the core values of this country is that we can protest if we disagree with our government. Of course, some protests involve criminal acts, but as long as the people who are trying to express their view do not engage in violence, misdemeanors may be more appropriate than felonies.”

The prospect of minor sentences “could be hard to explain for the Biden administration, which has characterized the Capitol Hill mob as a uniquely dangerous threat,” the report said.

Many Democrat lawmakers and pundits described January 6 as “sedition” or “treason.”

Federal authorities have also cited January 6 as the reason to request more than 26,000 National Guard troops at the Capitol for more than five months at a cost of more than $500 million dollars.

Pentagon officials have also cited January 6 as part of the reason Defense Secretary Lloyd Austin ordered a 60-day stand-down to discuss “extremism.”

When asked by Breitbart News on March 2 about the reasons behind Austin’s extremism push, Pentagon Press Secretary John Kirby responded, “Clearly, the events of January 6th and the presence of some veterans in that crowd has certainly got everybody’s attention here.”

Politico reported that Biden Justice Department prosecutors sent expectations “sky-high” in early statements and court filings that described elaborate plots to murder lawmakers, which have “tempered” as new details have emerged.

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Poll: Doug Collins Leads Republicans in Hypothetical Georgia Senate Primary

According to an OnMessage Inc. poll, former Rep. Doug Collins (R-GA) leads the Republican Senate primary in a hypothetical match-up.

The survey found the former representative would start at the front of the Republican field. When the survey asked, “if the election were held today and the candidates were Doug Collins and Kelly Loeffler, for whom would you vote?” 55 percent said Collins was their top choice, giving him a double-digit lead over Loeffler, with 36 percent of the vote.

The survey also asked about votes when the field was expanded by two more hypothetical candidates, including Herschel Walker, the former running back for the NFL and the University of Georgia, and Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene, current representative of Georgia’s 14th Congressional District.

Collins was still in the lead with 35 percent of support from Republicans in Georgia. Walker received 27 percent of support among survey respondents, Loeffler received 22 percent, and Greene received only seven percent. Eleven percent were undecided.

When asked about favorability, the former representative had a net favorability of 59. Former President Donald Trump received a net favorability of 83.

The OnMessage Inc. poll surveyed 600 likely Republican voters between March 14-15 over the phone. It carried a margin of error of +/- 4 percentage points.

Loeffler was defeated by Sen. Raphael Warnock (D-GA) in the January Georgia runoff for the Senate.

In early March, Trump urged Walker to run for U.S. Senate in Georgia:

Wouldn’t it be fantastic if the legendary Herschel Walker ran for the United States Senate in Georgia? He would be unstoppable, just like he was when he played for the Georgia Bulldogs, and in the NFL. He is also a GREAT person. Run Herschel, run!

“OnMessage is not working for any of the candidates. Sen. Rick Scott (R-Fla.), who chairs the National Senatorial Campaign Committee, is one of the firm’s top clients,” the Hill reported.


WH Confirms Joe Biden and Barack Obama Regularly Talk, Consult on a ‘Range of Issues’

President Joe Biden keeps in regular contact with Barack Obama to canvass his opinion on a range of issues, White House Press Secretary Jen Psaki said Monday.

Asked by a reporter whether the former president had visited the White House and if the two speak, Psaki replied both Obama and Biden have a collegiate relationship undefined by the traditional roles of president and vice president – instead, they are “friends.”

“They consult and talk about a range of issues and I would expect that continues through the course of President Biden’s presidency,” Psaki said, a report by Fox News outlined. “That can be done over the phone it turns out, and I think if President Obama had been here, you would all know.”

The closeness of Biden and Obama is no secret in Washington and was publicly aired during the last election campaign.

Psaki declined to give an exact number of times the two has spoken, prefering to offer they “keep in regular touch” and their respective teams also were in regular touch “about a range of issues.”

Psaki added given Obama’s work on the Affordable Care Act, which Biden has committed to strengthening and expanding, that is one issue they will talk about.

Fox News reports Biden has tapped a number of individuals who previously served in the Obama administration to join his team, including chief of staff Ron Klain, National Security Advisor Jake Sullivan, U.S. Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen and Secretary of State Antony Blinken.

Psaki herself was also brought onboard from the Obama days.

Despite the longstanding friendship between the pair, Obama drew interest from the media after he waited until late in the campaign cycle to formally endorse Biden.

That reticence changed once it appeared Biden would claim office, with Obama being quick to add his praise, as Breitbart News reported.

“I know he’ll do the job with the best interests of every American at heart, whether or not he had their vote,” Obama said in a congratulatory statement. “So I encourage every American to give him a chance and lend him your support.”

The former president warned that Biden faced tough challenges after taking office, citing “a raging pandemic, an unequal economy and justice system, a democracy at risk, and a climate in peril.”

He encouraged all supporters of the campaign to stay involved with the fight as active citizens of the country.

“Enjoy this moment. Then stay engaged. I know it can be exhausting,” he said.

Not that the two have always been on the same page at the same time.

During the campaign Biden announced he and the former president believe Americans have a right to “badakathcare” during a rally in Flint, Michigan.

Biden made the verbal flub as he vowed to restore and build on Affordable Care Act (ACA), also known as Obamacare, if elected.

“Donald Trump thinks health care is a privilege, Barack and I think it’s a right to have badakathcare,” he said.

Biden has since signed two executive orders aimed at expanding access to Obamacare.

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Joe Biden to Meet with Stacey Abrams During Georgia Visit

The White House confirmed on Thursday that President Joe Biden and Vice President Kamala Harris will meet with failed Georgia gubernatorial candidate Stacey Abrams during an upcoming trip to the state.

Failed candidate for governor Stacey Abrams is a beloved figure in Hollywood and has been widely praised for her efforts to help President Joe Biden win the state in the November 2020 election. It was the first time Georgia voted blue since 1992, and that victory has allowed Biden to push through legislation that might otherwise have remained in partisan deadlock.

The 46th president and his running mate credit Abrams for a portion of the state’s voter support and plan to express their gratitude for her work during a visit to Georgia. While the trip was originally intended to allow Biden and Harris to attend a rally in celebration of the passing of the $1.9 trillion coronavirus relief bill, recent mass shootings have postponed the event. The pair will still meet with local Asian American leadership to discuss rising violence and then visit the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.

The Biden-Harris trip coincides with a push from state Republicans for changes to election laws. Abrams recently called the proposals a “redux of Jim Crow, in a suit and tie.” Abrams told CNN’s Jake Tapper:

We know the only thing that precipitated these charges — it’s not that there was a question of security — in fact, the secretary and the governor went to great pains to ensure Georgia elections were secure. So the only connection that we can find is that more people of color voted, and it changed the outcome of elections in a direction that Republicans did not like. So instead of celebrating better access and more participation, their response is to try and eliminate access to voting, primarily in communities of color.

The 47-year-old activist has already enjoyed public praise from Biden, who lauded her work at a Democrat rally on the eve of the January senate elections. “Nobody in America has done more for the right to vote” than Abrams, then President-elect Biden said at the time. “Stacey, you’re changing Georgia,” he said. “You’ve changed America.”

She has received a similar boost from former President Barack Obama, who praised her “resilient, visionary leadership” in a state that he described as “a testament to the tireless and often unheralded work of grassroots organizing.” Such effusive endorsement is likely intended to help Abrams if she decides to take on incumbent Georgia Gov. Brian Kemp (R) again in 2022.