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Supreme Court Takes Trump Presidential Immunity Case

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We are now on the cusp of March.

Nothing has fundamentally changed over the past several months:

  1. Trump has crushed his rivals in the Republican primary by double digits.
  2. The polls which forecasted a Trump landslide in the primary have been accurate.
  3. Leftists are more disaffected with Biden and upset about the genocide in Gaza than the prospect of Trump returning to the White House. They are mobilizing against Biden. The libtard who set himself on fire to protest support for Israel is a sure sign of things to come.
  4. Trump continues to catch lucky breaks in the cases against him. The Supreme Court taking the presidential immunity case and delaying it is the latest example.
  5. Finally, Joe Biden remains wildly unpopular. He is still losing all the swing states to Trump.


Former President Trump has already won big at the Supreme Court — even if he ultimately loses.

The big picture: The justices agreed Wednesday to decide whether Trump enjoys “total immunity” from prosecution. The timing of that decision likely means a trial over Trump’s role in Jan. 6 won’t begin — much less end — before the election.

There’s nothing Trump wants more in this case than a delay. If he wins in November and hasn’t been tried before Inauguration Day, there’s a good chance he never will be.

“This could well be game over,” election law expert Rick Hasen wrote. …


President Joe Biden is grappling with tough challenges, from foreign wars to a southern border in crisis. Yet none is trickier than his age.

Eight in 10 voters in key presidential swing states said Biden, 81, is too old, a new Bloomberg News/Morning Consult poll found. That’s almost double the share that said the same about his likely Republican opponent, Donald Trump.

Even core groups of Biden’s 2020 coalition, which he must reassemble to win in November, harbor those concerns. Majorities of Black voters, young voters and women said he is too old, the survey shows. Seven in 10 voters who say they plan to vote for Biden again said he fits that description. Read the full story here and the complete poll results here. …


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