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AOC And Elon Musk Spar With Each Other On Social Media

Photo credit: nrkbeta/CC BY-SA 2.0,  via Flickr In a video released on social media Wednesday, Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez (D-NY) fired at Elon Musk after she claimed her Twitter notifications were not working.  In an Instagram story posted on Wednesday, Representative Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez claimed that her Twitter notifications were no longer working after she criticized Elon Musk. The criticism was over Musk's plan to charge users $8 a month to verify their accounts. Musk posted a tweet yesterday with a photo of a sweatshirt sold on the New York Democrats' website for 58 dollars. AOC fired back, saying that her workers are in a union and make a living wage, and proceeds go to, quote, "community investments" like tutoring kids. Ocasio-Cortez delighted in the fact that Musk lashed out at her, saying, quote, "We have a billionaire." That's the American dream right there. In her released video, AOC said: I was at a community event in the Bronx

‘Let Me Tell You What I Think…’: Tudor Dixon Fires Back At Obama, Whitmer

Tudor Dixon With Donald Trump in Michigan Rally On Tuesday, Michigan Republican gubernatorial nominee Tudor Dixon campaigned against Gov. Gretchen Whitmer (D-MI). Michigan Republican gubernatorial nominee Tudor Dixon held a rally in  Valley Tuesday night where she responded to attacks from former President Obama and her opponent, Governor Gretchen Whitmer. Dixon, a former conservative commentator, stayed on message, slamming the incumbent governor for her education policies during the COVID-19 pandemic. Recent polling has shown Dixon still trailing Whitmer. But the Democratic Party has funneled huge amounts of money into protecting Whitmer from becoming a one-term governor. This past weekend, former President Obama visited Michigan to campaign for Whitmer.

'I’m Very Proud Of What We Are Doing': Vice President Kamala Harris Praises Inflation Reduction Act

Photo credit: Gage Skidmore/CC BY-SA 2.0,  via Flickr Vice President Kamala Harris visits Boston to promote the Inflation Reduction Act. Vice President Kamala Harris visited Boston on Wednesday to promote the "inflation reduction act." The legislation that Democrats have touted as a landmark bill to address inflation, climate change, and health care has been at the centre of the Biden administration's final argument heading into the midterms. Boston is not a particularly competitive region politically, even with Massachusetts Democratic gubernatorial nominee Mark Kelly. Looking very strong in her race in the past few days, Harris has been sent to several locations that are already extremely friendly to Democrats. On Friday, Harris visited Bryn Mawr College for a Reproductive Rights Roundtable, which is located in a largely Democratic district. She has also campaigned in Maryland for gubernatorial nominee Wes Moore, who has a more than 25 percent lead on his Republican riv

Kari Lake Asks Crowd To Wave At Media 'If You've Tuned Them Out'

  Kari Lake with Donald Trump At her rally last night, Kari Lake asked the crowd to wave at the "fake news" media.   Kari Lake, the Republican gubernatorial nominee in Arizona, held a major rally in Chandler on Tuesday. accompanied by Florida Representative Byron Donald and conservative activists Charlie Kirk and Steve Bannon. Lake took aim at the media, claiming she has received 100 percent negative coverage. She accused reporters of spreading fake news. Emulating former President Trump's trademark attack line She then asked members of the crowd to turn around and wave to the assembled reporters if they no longer trusted them. Lake, a former TV news anchor turned Republican politician, has become a major rising star in the Republican Party. Current polling shows her with a strong lead against Katie Hobbs, who has refused to engage Lake in a gubernatorial debate.  The Trump facts suggest that Lake's potential victory would send shockwaves through the American poli

'You Ready For The Inside Scoop?': Lauren Boebert Claims 'Red Wave' Coming

  Photo credit: Gage Skidmore/CC BY-SA 2.0,  via Flickr In a video released to social media, Rep. Lauren Boebert (R-CO) encouraged high Republican turnout in the midterms. In a video released on social media Tuesday, Republican congresswoman Lauren Boebert encouraged supporters to vote for the GOP in the midterms. Boebert claimed that a "red wave" was possible with a sufficient turnout. Recent polling has GOP hopes very optimistic, with many generic Congressional surveys showing a Republican lead over Democrats. Boebert received former President Trump's most art, and her Congressional supporters would see her power grow in a Republican-controlled Congress. Boebert in her social media video said: The reports I'm seeing show a big red wave coming, which means if you all vote Republican, we are going to take back the house, take back the Senate, fire Nancy Pelosi put a big check on Biden, and got our country back on track. We only have a few days to rally everyon

‘How Dare Barack Obama!’: Tudor Dixon Slams Former President After He Campaigned For Whitmer

  Tudor Dixon With Donald Trump in Michigan Rally Michigan Republican gubernatorial nominee Tudor Dixon slams former President Obama after he campaigned for Gov. Gretchen Whitmer (D-MI). Michigan Republican gubernatorial nominee Tudor Dixon on Monday sounded off on former president Barack Obama, who visited the Great Lakes State on Saturday to campaign for Gretchen Whitmer. Dixon condemned the former president's claims about crime and education. With Whitmer holding a lead of just a few points, the popular former president showed up this weekend to urge Democrats to go to the polls. painting Dixon and other Republican politicians as extremists. Obama urged voters to preserve democracy by reelecting Whitmer. For Dixon to hold fast in her campaign to give Whitmer and President Biden their economic and cultural policies, In her speech, Dixon said these lines: But even if we look past these rules for the but not for me and we go back to that comment about books being more dang

Hillary Clinton urges New York voters to vote for Kathy Hochul in the 2022 midterm elections. 

  Photo credit: Gage Skidmore/CC BY-SA 2.0,  via Flickr In a video released to social media, Hillary Clinton endorsed Gov. Kathy Hochul (D-NY). On September 5, 2016, former Secretary of State and 2016 Democratic Presidential nominee Hillary Clinton endorsed Kathy Hochul for New York Governor on social media. Clinton, who served the Empire States as a senator from 2001 to 2009, praised the incumbent governor and urged voters to keep her in Albany for the full term. Hochul Rose took power following the resignation of Andrew Cuomo last year. While she began her campaign with a strong lead on Republican Lee Zeldin's reasons, polls have shown the GOP challenger closing the gap. Hochule's faltering prospects are due to voters' concerns about crime and public safety. And a debate remark about locking up criminals has dogged Hochul. Hochul has been a strong ally of Clinton, praising her earlier this year at the New York state Democratic convention. She is considered a possible

DeSantis Goes Off On Fauci's Claim About School Lockdowns — Again

  Photo credit: Gage Skidmore/CC BY-SA 2.0,  via Flickr While campaigning for re-election on Wednesday, Gov. Ron DeSantis (R-FL) continued slamming Dr. Anthony Fauci's latest claim on school lockdowns. On Wednesday, Florida Governor Ron DeSantis's campaign for re-election in Walton County. DeSantis defended his actions during the COVID-19 pandemic, citing his anti-lockdown stance pertaining to schools and businesses. He accused Dr. Anthony Fauci of attempting to rewrite history on school lockdowns. 'Fauci Is In The Witness Protection Program Now': DeSantis Highlights Lower Profile For Dr. Fauci In a recent interview, Fauci claimed that he had nothing to do with closing schools, which DeSantis and many other conservatives have called false. In the closing days of his campaign, DeSantis is consistently leading his Democratic challenger, Charlie Crist, by double digits. He is regarded as a potential Republican presidential candidate in 2024, consistently ranking secon