A CBS News scientific poll following President Trump’s State of the Union (SOTU) speech last night, found Americans overwhelmingly approved of it. CBS News said the poll was “based on 1,178 interviews conducted on the internet of U.S. residents who watched the State of the Union Address. Panelists were previously interviewed on January 29-30, 2018 to indicate whether they planned to watch the address, and if they were willing to be re-interviewed after the address.”
The poll results (Daily Wire) (h/t FOTM reader Big Lug):
75% approve; 25% disapprove.
Trump’s speech was approved by 97% of Republicans, 72% of Independents, 43% of Democrats.
80% said President Trump was trying to unite, instead of divide, the country.
On how the speech made them feel:
Meanwhile, here are some reactions from Demonrats:
(1) From the lunatic fringe
(2) Reps. Nancy Pelosi and Steny Hoyer
(3) Sen. Bernie Sanders
(4) Rep. Luis Gutierrez (D-Illinois)
Triggered by chants of USA! USA!”, Gutierrez stormed out of the House chamber:
(5) Congressional Black Caucus
(6) CNN’s Joy Reid
TV station KTVU in the San Francisco Bay Area Belly of the Liberal Beast has a poll on Twitter. Below are the results 5 minutes before this post was published. Note the large % of people who didn’t watch. Go vote! ~Eowyn
The GOP-majority U.S. House of Representatives is saying “No” to the POS’s request for $3.7 BILLION to address the “border crisis” of wave after wave of illegals aliens surging across the Mexican border into the United States — a crisis fomented by the POS because he refuses to secure America’s southern border.
The Daily Mail reports that only about 3% of the $3.7 BILLION would actually be used to strengthen border security. The largest part of the $3.7 billion would go to the Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) to care for the “unaccompanied children.” Business Insider has a more detailed outlineof how the proposed $3.7 billion would be spent. The Blaze reports that yesterday (Friday, July 11) morning, reporters asked Rep. Hal Rogers (R-Kentucky), chairman of the Appropriations Committee that controls spending, whether the House would approve the $3.7 billion spending package as-is. Rogers said no, “It’s too much money. We don’t need it,” and that no final action is likely until after the November midterm elections.
Congressman Hal Rogers (R-Kentucky)
Rogers spoke shortly after the Congressional Hispanic Caucus convened a news conference to denounce efforts to attach legal changes to the spending measure that would result in returning the children home more quickly to El Salvador, Honduras and Guatemala. Those countries account for most of the more than 57,000 unaccompanied “kids” who’ve arrived since October.
Republicans are demanding such changes, but key Senate Democrats are opposed, and members of the all-Democratic Hispanic Caucus added their strong objections Friday that sending the youths home quickly could put them at risk.
Imagine that: Sending the illegal “kids” home “could put them at risk”!!! Illinois Democrat Rep. Luis Gutierrezdraped himself with the banner of children’s “rights,” saying, “It would be unconscionable . . . to vote to undermine the rights of these [illegal alien] children.” Kevin Appleby, director of migration and refugee policy for the U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops, piled on, also claiming that sending “the kids” back means “They’ll be sent back to their persecutors with no help whatsoever, and possibly to their deaths.”
So now those 57,000 “kids” — among whom are torturers and murderers— suddenly have morphed from pathetic “unaccompanied minors” into political refugees fleeing persecution!
Make sure you tell your Congress critters who are running for reelection this November that you want our borders secured, the Invasion of the Illegals stopped, and that you oppose the $3.7 billion boondoggle that the POS is asking for a crisis that he himself has engendered. ~Eowyn