Why Won’t North Carolina Democrats Denounce Biden as He Visits Tarheel State? | Beaufort County Now | Joe Biden is fleeing the Beltway again this week to head to North Carolina, where he is significantly underwater. This comes after the Consumer Price Index (CPI) reported the highest rate of inflation since 1981 and has had an adverse impact on North Carolinians.

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    Joe Biden is fleeing the Beltway again this week to head to North Carolina, where he is significantly underwater. This comes after the Consumer Price Index (CPI) reported the highest rate of inflation since 1981 and has had an adverse impact on North Carolinians. Will North Carolina Democrats embrace his visit or wish he never came?

    CBS 17 Raleigh reports,

  • The United States is suffering the highest inflation rate in 40 years. All that comes with that distinction weighs heavily on a party trying to retain control of the House and Senate.
  • "That's a task that's increasingly difficult when people's 401Ks are not looking as good as they used to, people's gas prices continue to rise or at least not fall in any sort of marketable sense," said Chris Cooper, political science professor at Western Carolina University.
  • It's something President Joe Biden is expected to address Thursday in a state he lost in 2020 and where a CBS 17 poll has his approval rating at 44 percent.

    "Joe Biden's failed leadership has been a disaster for North Carolina's economy, and North Carolinians won't be fooled today as he tries to spin soaring gas prices and record inflation as a success," said RSLC Deputy Communications Director Mason Di Palma. "North Carolina Democrats will pay the price in legislative and state Supreme Court races in 2022 for their attachment to the President and failure to push back on his radical agenda."

   Contact: Mason Di Palma
   Deputy Communications Director
   Republican State Leadership Committee
   Phone: 516-225-6518
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( April 21st, 2022 @ 11:04 am )
Some of our current Republican commissioners have been out front demanding election integrity after all the fraud in the 2020 election. Commissioners Deatherage, Walker, and Richardson voted for a resolution that Deatherage introduced demanding NC take measures to secure ballot integrity in our own elections. The two fake "Republicans" Frankie Waters and John Rebholz voted AGAINST it along with their Democrat allies Langley and Booth. Langley has long been the one pulling Frankie's puppet strings.

Of the new candidates, I have heard Tandy Dunn verbally support election integrity, and unlike Slann, Dunn is not one who talks out of both sides of his mouth. In her campaign materials, Slann takes no positions on anything other than being against "partisanship" (which is a dead giveaway that she would be another puppet of far left Langley).

Biden is our defacto "president" but NOT de jure. His minions stole the election and more evidence of that comes our all the time. When the band strikes up the music for Biden, it should be "Hail to the Thief". That said, there is no viable pathway to restore the integrity of the 2020 election at this point and the big focus should be on closing down the avenues to cheat. We should also see about prosecution of those involved in the 2020 election theft, starting with Zuckerburg. The US DOJ under the corrupt and illegitimate Biden regime will not do that, but we need to encourage conservative state prosecutors to go after Zuckerburg and those like him.
( April 20th, 2022 @ 9:38 pm )
The biggest questions are:

1. Why do Republicans, like Kidwell and other blow-hard a**hole know-it-all's, call President Trump "former" President Trump?

2. Why do any of these "elected" officials stupidly acknowledge "BiDan" as a legitimate president when they know otherwise?

If I'm wrong about any of this, I'll go before the County Commission and publicly admit I was wrong. If I'm right, I want to hear PUBLIC apologies from certain members of our Board of Commissioners and their cohorts for attempting to stab patriotos in the back and for calling them "plants sent in by the DEMS".....among other things.

None of the current sitting Commissioners have the balls to publicly state that Donald J. Trump is the current President and that all of what we're seeing is very possible devolution.

I'll uphold my end of the bargain. Will you uphold yours.....if I'm correct?

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