Here are 5 key trends you should know:
- Trump: challenged on supporting the COVID vaccinations on President -Here is his answer
Former President Donald Trump was rattled by an Iowa voter questioning his support and leadership for the COVID vaccinations.
Here is what the voter said: “We have lost people because you supported the jab,” the voter told Trump.
COVID-19 mRNA vaccines produced by Moderna and Pfizer have increased myocarditis, and many other horrific side effects. Plus, it didn’t work as promised on protecting you from COVID or spreading COVID. Plus, it led to lockdowns and church closures. Here is how Trump answered.
“You know, there’s a big portion of the country that thinks that was a great thing.
You understand that. Not a lot of the people in this room, but there’s a big – but there is a big portion,” Trump continued. “I had a man come up to me the other day, who is actually a Democrat, liberal guy, a friend of mine and he said to me, I don’t even know if he voted for me to be honest, but he’s a friend of mine, smart guy, but very liberal. He said, why is it you never mention what you did with the vaccines? I said, ‘No thanks, I’m not going to be doing that right now.”
- Never Back Down DeSantis super PAC
Never Back Down is a super PAC supporting DeSantis’ widely anticipated presidential campaign.
The group rolled out its first pro-DeSantis ad Thursday, highlighting the governor’s opposition to COVID-19 lockdowns and his support for parents’ rights in education.
A new MAGA ad has gone after Ron DeSantis by recreating his truly disturbing method of eating chocolate pudding with his fingers. “Ron DeSantis loves sticking his fingers where they don’t belong,” the ad, which aired during Fox & Friends on Friday morning, says as a man in a suit sits down to eat pudding with three of his fingers.
- Virginia Governor Glenn Youngkin
Virginia Governor Glenn Youngkin publicly announced that he is not running for president.
- NBC Poll
In a new NBC poll.
Trump gets support from 51% of Republican primary voters.
DeSantis gets 22%.
Former Vice President Mike Pence at 7%.
Former New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie at 5%.
Former U.N. Ambassador Nikki Haley at 4%.
- Big Tech Censorship: LinkedIn Freezes GOP Presidential Candidate’s Account
LinkedIn censored GOP presidential candidate Vivek Ramaswamy’s account.
LinkedIn said that Ramaswamy was promoting “misinformation” and “hate speech.”
What did Ramaswamy say?
He posted statements on the Biden administration’s relationship with China and expressed skepticism surrounding the climate-change movement and its motives.
Within hours of Ramaswamy exposing what LinkedIn did to the press, LinkedIn reinstated his account under pressure.
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