KASSAM: Democrats Are SMASHING The Panic Button


The Democrats are smashing the panic button – repeatedly.

Their attacks are now rolling in thick and fast; almost too fast for the Trump campaign and for the President himself to respond to.

The Democrats are throwing the kitchen sink at the 45th President right now, in what is, palpably, an over-correction from their horrendous convention, their horrific riots, and their hapless candidate and his series of gaffes.

Their approach is somewhat akin to having a drink to cure a hangover. But instead of having a bloody mary with brunch, they’ve downed a liter of vodka instead. Not so much “hair of the dog” as “dog of the dog.”


It’s a wild strategy designed to take eyeballs off Joe Biden and Kamala Harris and intended to shine a spotlight on the alleged failings of the Trump administration.

The charges are numerous and vast.

From a clearly confected story in The Atlantic magazine about President Trump – the first President in nearly four decades to not start a new war – hating troops, to the new whistleblower complaint we told you about on The National Pulse show yesterday.

Impeachment 2.0, here we come!

And then there’s the pandemic. There’s the Woodward book. Oh, and there’s Michael Cohen!

Michael Cohen! The “evil Trump lawyer” who CNN ran segments on when he said you can’t legally rape your spouse? He’s now CNN’s bestie! Chris Cuomo’s bestie. The guy Cuomo was coaching ahead of a CNN interview.

And meanwhile, the President continues to close the gap in key polls around the country. Biden’s ostensible 10 point leads are being reduced to 8, 7, 6, 5… and some are now within the margin of error.

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You know what that means, right?

It means the President is actually ahead in all these places, given the way the polls work and the way the methodologies are skewed.

But this is also no time for complacency.

If the newly invigorated Trump campaign and his base take the foot off the accelerator there is every chance their momentum doesn’t just slow, but comes to a grinding halt.

And the nation can’t afford that.

With the weight of what the establishment is currently throwing at the President, his supporters and his team need to be more vigilant and determined than ever.

They need to be knocking on more doors. They need to be holding more rallies. They need to be fighting fire with fire and reminding the nation day-in, and day-out, what a Biden administration would look like:

And while someone sends tweets from Biden’s account late into the night, to most of the country Biden himself has become largely irrelevant.

He’s not the frontman of a campaign against a sitting President of the United States. He’s a basement boy whose campaign staff are one missed valium away from having a full public meltdown over.

We know it’s coming.

Mark my words: at some campaign stop in some remote location you’re going to hear a hot mic catch a Biden campaign staffer having a breakdown over Joe’s latest flub.

And I can’t wait!

In the meantime, the campaign turns into a case of signal versus noise.

There’s a lot of noise. There’ll continue to be a lot of noise. But if you listen for it – which I think most American’s are – you can still hear, and see, and find the truth.

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The Trump administration yesterday announced the rescinding of over 1,000 visas for Chinese nationals deemed a national security threat.

That’s incredible progress on an issue that only an America First president like Donald Trump could achieve.

Under Biden?

More Chinese Communist Party visas. More EB-5 visas. More outsourcing of jobs to China to help Hunter Biden get richer.

I’m so glad we covered that story back in April on the National Pulse.

(I’m glad to see some in conservative media are finally catching up, 5 months later…)

Raheem J. Kassam

Raheem Kassam is the Editor-in-Chief of the National Pulse, and former senior advisor to Brexit leader Nigel Farage. Kassam is the best-selling author of 'No Go Zones' and 'Enoch Was Right', a co-host at the War Room: Impeachment podcast, a Lincoln fellow at the Claremont Institute, and a fellow at the Bow Group think tank. Kassam is an academic advisory board member at the Institut des Sciences Sociales, Economiques et Politiques in Lyon, France. He resides in Washington, D.C.