Trump Donor Takes Over CNN as GOP Poised to Take the SENATE!!!

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GOP’s Unifying Midterm Strategy Should Treat Democrats’ Green Agenda As A Culture War

As midterm spending intensifies, Republicans should prepare to talk about Democrats’ green agenda as another front in the elite culture war on America’s middle class. Amid the GOP’s struggle to bridge pre-Trump establishment politics with post-Trump populism, Democrats’ class warfare makes that task much easier.

Establishment Republicans who cut ads and cash checks are inclined to talk about dollars and cents, assuming it’s enough to motivate voters in a bad economy. They see this approach as one that is mutually exclusive with the culture war, allowing them to avoid the issues that make cocktail parties uncomfortable while also amassing power in Washington and keeping special interests happy. It’s a win-win!

Trump-aligned populists, on the other hand, saw vindication in Glenn Youngkin’s blue-state gubernatorial victory last year. One lesson of that election, as we’ve written here for years, is to understand the culture war as “the big tent” — a narrative that when properly framed is more moral and more politically expedient than avoiding the matter altogether.

This is at least somewhat fueling the ongoing feud between Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell, R-Ky., and Sen. Rick Scott, R-Fla. As Federalist Senior Editor Christopher Bedford wrote last week, McConnell “is angry the base didn’t choose his guys” in midterm primaries. Scott then took a shot at McConnell for publicly grumbling about certain candidates. But McConnell’s distaste for culture warriors like Blake Masters needn’t linger into the fall.

When California asks people to buy electric vehicles, then tells them not to charge the cars, we witness more than fiscal stupidity. The middle class is being forced to shoulder the burden of a haphazard green agenda that squeezes regular Americans in the short term for the sake of achieving foolish long-term energy goals. California’s clumsy attempt to transition to renewable energy is mirrored nationally by the Biden administration.

Americans are paying higher prices now because of Biden’s regulatory war on fossil fuels. Senior Editor David Harsanyi put it well when he wrote, “Democrats are rigging the market to force you to buy a car that has a 200-mile reach and uses erratic and expensive energy when you already have increasingly efficient models in your driveway and tens of billions of easily accessible barrels of offshore fossil fuels here at home — and much more around the world.”

“We have centuries worth of the stuff waiting in the ground,” he added. “Which gives us enough time to come up with some better ideas.”

As David points out, a Berkeley study found over 90 percent of taxpayer subsidies for electric vehicles went to the top income quintile as of 2015. The numbers overall are striking. “Since 2006, U.S. households have received more than $18 billion in federal income tax credits for weatherizing their homes, installing solar panels, buying hybrid and electric vehicles, and other ‘clean energy’ investments,” wrote the authors. “We find that these tax expenditures have gone predominantly to higher-income Americans. The bottom three income quintiles have received about 10% of all credits, while the top quintile has received about 60%.”

Taxpayers have been funding subsidies for people who can already afford them. Money goes out of their paychecks and into their rich neighbors’ Chinese solar panels. Renewables in general will replace our dependence on OPEC with dependence on China. Alternatively, we could allow Americans to go about business as usual while eliminating excess emissions where it’s affordable (see: carbon capture), improving nuclear technology, and making other energy sources more efficient.

If countries like China and the quickly growing India don’t meet emission reduction goals, Americans will have suffered needlessly. China emits more greenhouse gases than every developed country combined.

Higher fuel prices don’t affect John Kerry like they affect the 58 percent of Americans living paycheck to paycheck. For the laptop class, much of which resides in walkable cities, an extra few bucks in gas or taxes is annoying but fine. For others, it’s enormous stress, it’s a second job, it’s less time with their children, more debt, or fewer drives to see relatives.

Overall, to put it bluntly, high-profile environmentalists want to normalize a world with fewer children, less steak, and less driving. That amounts to a war on American culture. It’s a political gift to Republicans and a moral imperative to fight. Not for the sake of cheap cuts of beef at Outback Steakhouse, but for the sake of communities and human flourishing.

When white-collar Republican politicians talk about “pain at the pump” this fall, what they’re really talking about is the consequence of a culture war on America’s middle class — one that burdens the unwashed masses with lifestyle sacrifices our elites can weather more easily or simply refuse to give up altogether.

Many wealthy policymakers and investors will profit majorly off the transition to “clean” energy while they force others to change their lives and fork over more of their paychecks. This is easy messaging for Republicans. Worried about culture warriors talking about Drag Queen Story Hours and abortion? First, don’t be. Second, consider “ESG” — environmental and social governance — as an all-encompassing corporate agenda to join forces with groups like Planned Parenthood to bulldoze our culture. The left sees these causes as intertwined, and the right must understand that.

As working-class voters shift away from the Democratic Party, the left’s agenda becomes increasingly entangled with the interests of elites, from environmentalism to student loan bailouts to marriage to policing. Republicans should be shrewd enough to recognize the opportunity and smart enough to understand the stakes are higher than partisan politics.


Emily Jashinsky is culture editor at The Federalist and host of Federalist Radio Hour. She previously covered politics as a commentary writer for the Washington Examiner. Prior to joining the Examiner, Emily was the spokeswoman for Young America’s Foundation. She’s interviewed leading politicians and entertainers and appeared regularly as a guest on major television news programs, including “Fox News Sunday,” “Media Buzz,” and “The McLaughlin Group.” Her work has been featured in the Wall Street Journal, the New York Post, Real Clear Politics, and more. Emily also serves as director of the National Journalism Center, host of The Hill’s weekly show “Rising Fridays,” and a visiting fellow at Independent Women’s Forum. Originally from Wisconsin, she is a graduate of George Washington University.

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City Officials In Flint, Michigan Disproportionately Hired Democratic Poll Watchers In Violation Of State Law

City Officials In Flint, Michigan Disproportionately Hired Democratic Poll Watchers In Violation Of State Law

A letter sent to the city of Flint, Michigan, on Tuesday reveals how the city disproportionately hired more Democrats than Republicans as poll watchers in violation of state statute.

According to a demand letter filed by the attorneys of Pure Integrity Michigan Elections, Michigan law requires equal representation of Republican and Democrat poll workers at polling locations. During Michigan’s August 2 primary, however, Flint hired 422 Democrats compared to just 27 Republican poll watchers. Additionally, for Flint’s Absent Voter Counting Board, only 4 Republican inspectors were hired compared to 56 Democrat election inspectors.  

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This is in direct violation of Michigan state statute, which stipulates that “the board of election commissioners shall appoint at least [one] election inspector from each major political party and shall appoint an equal number, as nearly as possible, of election inspectors in each election precinct from each major political party.” 

Despite multiple attempts by GOP representatives urging Flint election administrators to hire qualified Republican poll watchers leading up to the August 2 primary, the city of Flint remained unresponsive to their requests. 

“As you know,” the letter states, “for the last [six] months, the Republican Party has been presenting you with a list of 122 Republicans who want to serve as election inspectors to bring Flint into compliance with the legally-required party balance for election inspectors.”

The letter finishes by threatening litigation if Flint fails to balance its number of Democrat and Republican election inspectors. The city has seven days to respond to the letter and 63 days to hire 240 Republican poll watchers before the November general election. 

Flint must “cease and desist spending taxpayer funds on its election inspector operations until the city comes into legal compliance,” the letter demands. 


Victoria Marshall is a staff writer at The Federalist. Her writing has been featured in the New York Post, National Review, and Townhall. She graduated from Hillsdale College in May 2021 with a major in politics and a minor in journalism. Follow her on Twitter @vemrshll.

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Rick Scott Savages Mitch McConnell For Trying To Sabotage GOP Senate Races

Rick Scott Savages Mitch McConnell For Trying To Sabotage GOP Senate Races

National Republican Senatorial Committee Chairman Rick Scott wants DC Swamp creatures like Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell to know that his attempts to squash a GOP victory in the Senate this fall by throwing Republican candidates under the bus are “an amazing act of cowardice” and “treasonous to the conservative cause.”

In a short but fiery opinion editorial published on Thursday, Scott lambasted the “many of the very people responsible for losing the Senate last cycle” who are “now trying to stop us from winning the majority this time by trash-talking our Republican candidates” as “fools.” 

“Giving anonymous quotes to help the Washington Post or the New York Times write stories trashing Republicans is the same as working with the Democratic National Committee,” Scott wrote. “If you want to talk about the need to raise more money to promote our candidates versus the Democrats’ terrible candidates, I agree. If you want to trash-talk our candidates to help the Democrats, pipe down. That’s not what leaders do. And Republicans need to be leaders that build up the team and do everything they can to get the entire team over the finish line.”

He never mentions McConnell’s name, but it’s clear from his writing that Scott is unhappy with the leader’s recent negativity towards his own party.

Scott’s rebuke comes just a couple of weeks after Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell downplayed Republicans’ chances at winning back the upper chamber.

“I think there’s probably a greater likelihood the House flips than the Senate,” McConnell said. “Senate races are just different, they’re statewide. Candidate quality has a lot to do with the outcome.”

According to Scott, this is just an excuse to keep “trash-talking Republican candidates and Republican voters.”

“Ultimately, though, when you complain and lament that we have ‘bad candidates,’ what you are really saying is that you have contempt for the voters who chose them,” Scott wrote. “Now we are at the heart of the matter.  Much of Washington’s chattering class disrespects and secretly (or not so secretly) loathes Republican voters.”

This DC hivemind, Scott said, wrongly believes that they should control the outcomes of elections instead of voters.

“The D.C. crowd should not choose candidates, and they do not, and they will not,” Scott wrote, noting that his election was strongly opposed by the Swamp,” Scott wrote.

According to Scott, it’s far too early for “the Washington naysayers and their anonymous quotes” to disqualify Republicans’ chances.

“We will beat the Democrats, and we will take control of the Senate this fall. Write it down,” Scott wrote. “…Yes, I’m an optimist. And I’m a cheerleader for our candidates. And I get a lot of crap for it from the D.C. crowd who tell me I shouldn’t sound so bullish or I should do more to set expectations. I’m not playing that game because each one of our candidates presents a stark contrast to the failed agenda of Biden and the Democrats.”

This isn’t the first time Scott bypassed his colleagues in Republican leadership to speak up.

While Mitch McConnell and other top GOP senators sat silent for more than 24 hours after news of the FBI’s raid on former President Donald Trump broke, Scott was the first Republican in Senate leadership to call those actions “incredibly concerning, especially given the Biden admin’s history of going after parents & other political opponents.”

“This is 3rd World country stuff. We need answers NOW. The FBI must explain what they were doing today & why,” Scott tweeted.


Jordan Boyd is a staff writer at The Federalist and co-producer of The Federalist Radio Hour. Her work has also been featured in The Daily Wire and Fox News. Jordan graduated from Baylor University where she majored in political science and minored in journalism. Follow her on Twitter @jordanboydtx.

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New Wyoming Poll: Liz Cheney Supported By 15 Percent Of Republicans, 98 Percent Of Democrats

New Wyoming Poll: Liz Cheney Supported By 15 Percent Of Republicans, 98 Percent Of Democrats

A new poll out Wednesday shows Rep. Liz Cheney, R-Wyo., down by nearly 30 points just six days before the state’s Tuesday primary.

The Wyoming Primary Election Survey conducted by the University of Wyoming shows a whopping 98 percent of Democrats supporting Cheney and only 2 percent supporting her Trump-endorsed opponent, attorney Harriet Hageman. A measly 15 percent of overall Republicans reported support for incumbent lawmaker Cheney.

Meanwhile, Hageman leads among likely GOP primary voters 57 to 28 percent. No other candidate landed with more than 2 percent support while nearly 10 percent of likely Republican primary voters remained unsure.

On the day Hageman launched her bid to unseat the three-term incumbent with an endorsement from former President Donald Trump, Cheney embraced the challenge.

“Here’s a sound bite for you,” Cheney wrote on Twitter. “Bring it.”

Now Cheney is poised to become the latest House lawmaker that voted to impeach Trump to lose a primary. The University of Wyoming survey results show an even wider gap between the two contenders than a poll sponsored by the Casper-Star Tribune last month showing Cheney down by 22 points. Of the nine other House Republicans to join Cheney in endorsing the Democrats’ snap impeachment effort, four retired, three lost their primaries, and only two prevailed. Cheney’s race is the last one to be decided.

After she was overwhelmingly booted out of House leadership last spring, Cheney escalated her feud with former President Trump, which became a hallmark of her time in the lower chamber. Last summer, Cheney joined House Speaker Nancy Pelosi’s Select Committee on Jan. 6 as vice chair, antagonizing voters in her home state who voted for Trump by a wider margin than anywhere else in the country two years ago. Wednesday’s poll shows nearly 60 percent of likely GOP primary voters see the investigation, which is devoid of opposition, as unfair. Only about 27 percent reported viewing the probe as fair and impartial.

[RELATED: A ‘Farce’: Here’s What Wyoming Voters Really Think Of Liz Cheney And Her Sham J6 Committee]

In turn, the endangered congresswoman has turned to Democrats to save her re-election campaign, sending out instructions on how to change party registrations ahead of Tuesday’s primary. The Wyoming Republican Party voted in November to no longer recognize Cheney as a Republican.

The University of Wyoming poll was conducted July 25 – Aug. 6 and interviewed 836 Wyoming residents including 562 likely voters in the upcoming GOP primary. Questions about the Republican contest hold a +/- 4.1 percent margin of error while statewide questions possess a +/-3.4 percent margin of error.


Tristan Justice is the western correspondent for The Federalist. He has also written for The Washington Examiner and The Daily Signal. His work has also been featured in Real Clear Politics and Fox News. Tristan graduated from George Washington University where he majored in political science and minored in journalism. Follow him on Twitter at @JusticeTristan or contact him at Tristan@thefederalist.com.

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Trump Is The Only Possible GOP Candidate For 2024

Trump Is The Only Possible GOP Candidate For 2024

There are several undeniable conclusions one should reach about the FBI’s raid on former President Donald Trump’s Florida home.

First, the FBI and Department of Justice are notoriously corrupt and filled with partisan actors (although this has been obvious for quite some time). Second, such “Regime apparatchiks” are doing everything in their power to disqualify Trump from running for president ever again. Third — and perhaps most important — Donald Trump is the only possible candidate for the Republican presidential nomination in 2024.

While leftists pat themselves on the back for their ingenious plan to take down the former president with a carefully engineered bureaucratic scheme — never mind that violations of the Presidential Records Act are common, rarely prosecuted, and never used against the regime’s darlings themselves, i.e., Hillary Clinton — they have no idea they just poked a sleeping bear. Or, as Japanese Adm. Isoroku Yamamoto put it in the 1970 film “Tora! Tora! Tora!,” “I fear all we have done is to awaken a sleeping giant and fill him with a terrible resolve.”

In other words, if Democrats thought Trump’s base was fired up — thanks to record inflation, skyrocketing gas prices, rampant crime, and a non-existent border, not to mention a well-supported conviction that the 2020 election was indeed “rigged” — the FBI raid on Mar-a-Lago just poured fuel on that fire.

As a legal expert told Politico, “If they raided his home just to find classified documents he took from The White House, he will be re-elected president in 2024, hands down. It will prove to be the greatest law enforcement mistake in history.”  

The regime’s decision to take out Trump Banana Republic-style was woefully miscalculated. The GOP base has never been more unified against the establishment and its security-state minions as it is now — and never more sympathetic to Trump. For years they’ve watched Trump be targeted by the intelligence community, from the FBI falsifying FISA warrants to spy on his campaign to the DOJ peddling the Russia collusion hoax before and during his presidency. Thankfully, all these efforts have not worked, but its latest effort to disqualify him from running for president is the final straw. 

With the raid on Mar-a-Lago, the regime made Trump a martyr. To his base, Trump represents a symbolic repudiation of the partisan hacks that make up the intelligence community. The more the FBI and DOJ go after Trump, the more his base will invoke his name as a rallying cry. 

And therein lies the reason why Trump is the heir apparent to the GOP’s 2024 presidential nomination. Trump didn’t start the fight with the intelligence community, but he intends to finish it. None of the presidential hopefuls such as Kristi Noem, Josh Hawley, Ted Cruz, and, yes, even Ron DeSantis, bear the same battle scars as Trump with the intelligence community. The fight is his alone. And Americans of all stripes will rally to his cause.


Victoria Marshall is a staff writer at The Federalist. She graduated from Hillsdale College in May 2021 with a major in politics and a minor in journalism. Follow her on Twitter @vemrshll.

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GOP’s Refusal To Play Along With Corporate Media’s Rigged Game Is Working

GOP’s Refusal To Play Along With Corporate Media’s Rigged Game Is Working

Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis’s communications team gave a masterclass performance on Tuesday on how GOP officials should respond to interview requests from members of America’s corrupt, legacy media.

After receiving an inquiry from ABC’s “The View” for the Republican governor to appear on the program, DeSantis Deputy Press Secretary Bryan Griffin took to Twitter to explain the administration’s declining of the offer by demonstrating the disingenuous nature of the request.

“[A]re the hosts of the View really interested in hearing from Governor DeSantis about all of the important work he is doing on behalf of Floridians to protect their health and livelihoods, to stand up for parents and children, and to defend freedom?” Griffin asked. “Which of the below statements from the hosts of the View do you recommend our team consider when deciding if the interview will be a genuine pursuit of the truth? Or worth the time?”

The examples documented by Griffin include remarks by Joy Behar, who in reference to DeSantis’s bid to bar schools from forcibly masking young students, called the governor a “negligent homicidal sociopath.”

“What is he doing? He’s risking the lives of children, children’s parents, their grandparents, anyone they come in contact with so he can appeal to his white supremacist base and continue in his career and get reelected,” Behar said.

Other statements cited by Griffin as evidence of open hostility towards Florida’s Republican governor from the show’s hosts include comments issued by Sunny Hostin, who recently referred to DeSantis as a “fascist and a bigot” and has separately characterized his education policies as an attack on “marginalized groups.”

“It started with CRT. Let’s remember that. If you start coming after those — those are anti-history laws. Anti-black history laws really,” Hostin said in February. “If you start coming after black people, who comes next? The LGBTQ+ community, and then women and then other marginalized groups.”

DeSantis’s rejection of “The View” seemingly demonstrates an understanding among some GOP politicians that corporate media talking heads aren’t interested in interviewing Republicans, but interrogating them over why they refuse to support the left’s nonsensical, power-grab policies. As a result of Republicans largely boycotting his outlet over its mistreatment of conservative guests and left-wing propaganda, for instance, CNN CEO Chris Licht has reportedly been attempting to lobby GOP lawmakers on Capitol Hill to appear on the network by telling Republicans he wants to “win back [their] trust.”

“The CNN chief spent between 45 minutes and an hour cajoling GOP lawmakers who no longer appear on the network to come back on the air — and assuring them he’d praise producers for inviting them and communicate his displeasure if he doesn’t believe they are treated fairly,” the Washington Free Beacon’s Eliana Johnson reported. “The charm offensive underscores Licht’s effort to reverse the course set by his predecessor, Jeff Zucker, who … helped transform CNN into ground zero for the strident resistance to former president Donald Trump and Republicans more broadly, with personalities like Jim Acosta and Brian Stelter adopting nakedly partisan stances that would once have seemed strange in a newsroom—though it is now par for the course.”

While it’s one thing for journalists to ask elected officials tough questions, it’s quite another for those same individuals to feign objectivity and berate Republicans with Democrat talking points and “gotcha” questions aimed at granting the left’s premise on the policy issue of the day. In declining inquiries from legacy media, GOP officials should take a page from the DeSantis communications team and shove press outlets’ clear-as-day anti-conservative bias right back in their faces. If media organizations want to act like partisan propaganda machines for the left, it’s past time Republicans start treating them as such.


Shawn Fleetwood is an intern at The Federalist and a graduate of the University of Mary Washington. He also serves as a state content writer for Convention of States Action and his work has been featured in numerous outlets, including RealClearPolitics, RealClearHealth, and Conservative Review. Follow him on Twitter @ShawnFleetwood

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