Do you remember being told inflationary pressures were transitory? You were told the same thing about the supply chain issues, and that our Secretary of Transportation, Mayor Pete, would fix everything once he returned from paternity leave. Much like inflation, the supply chain disaster is not transitory, and will likely be with us through 2023, when a pending global recession and stagflation will allow it to recover. There are four major drivers of the supply chain problems the global economy is facing: challenges in Asia, ocean freight and port issues, over-the-road trucking issues, and labor. Challenges in Asia. Asia is a
‘NewDEAL Leaders’ – a network of progressive state and local officials including those suppressing audits of the 2020 election – has collaborated extensively with a Chinese Communist Party-backed influence group seeking to “neutralize opposition” to the regime, The National Pulse can reveal. Alumni of the program also include Joe Biden’s Secretary of Transportation Pete Buttigieg and failed Georgia gubernatorial candidate Stacey Abrams. Among the current chairs of the coalition, which “identifies, cultivates, and provides policy support to a network of 175 rising state and local Democrats,” is Delaware Senator Chris Coons, dubbed the “Biden Whisperer” and a “power player” among
Pete Buttigieg, Joe Biden’s pick for Secretary of Transporation, was brutalized in a now-deleted attack ad by the former veep’s campaign. While the one minute and 39-second attack ad, titled “Pete’s Records,” has been scrubbed from Biden’s YouTube page, archives of the original link reveal the video had remained uploaded to the account since at least December 14th, 2020. Now, however, if someone tries to access the link, a black error screen with the text “Video unavailable” and “This video has been removed by the uploader” appear on the screen. The ad, dating back to February, was described by CNN
About this time last year, The National Pulse ran a series previewing the 2020 Democrat presidential primaries. We looked at the favorites, the middle-tier underdogs, the long shots, and the wild cards. At the time, there were only two minor candidates in the race and plenty of speculation about who would enter. Now it’s 2020 and there’s exactly one month to go until the first-in-the-nation Iowa caucuses. A potential field of dozens has been whittled down to a handful of front runners and some outsiders scrambling to keep up. DNC rules requiring candidates to reach certain polling thresholds and fundraising targets to qualify for
The New York Times recently polled the 2020 Democratic presidential candidates on the topic of abortion. The results should be of grave concern for the pro-life movement. The survey was completed by Michael Bennet, Joe Biden, Cory Booker, Pete Buttigieg, Amy Klobuchar, Bernie Sanders, Joe Sestak, Tom Steyer, Elizabeth Warren, Marianne Williamson, and Andrew Yang. Steve Bullock, Julián Castro, John Delaney, Tulsi Gabbard, and Kamala Harris did not complete the survey — their answers were pulled from previous plans and remarks. Michael Bloomberg and Deval Patrick were not in the race when polling was conducted. While the survey covered many
The White House has announced its support for a federal investigation into the gruesome discovery of over 2,000 corpses of aborted babies in the home of the recently deceased abortionist Ulrich Klopfer. Klopfer said he and his family fled East Germany when he was a child and immigrated to the U.S. He went to medical school for obstetrics and gynecology and decided to become an abortionist. Klopfer performed an estimated 50,000 abortions over his career in Indiana in facilities in South Bend, Gary, and Fort Wayne. Klopfer’s medical license was suspended by the state licensing board in 2016 after he admitted to
Pete Buttigieg, the mayor of South Bend, Indiana, is many things. The Democratic primary candidate is fluent in Norwegian and a former Rhodes Scholar. He’s also embroiled in a racially tinged controversy involving the South Bend police department. However, there is one thing Buttigieg certainly isn’t: a theologian. Time and time again, the 2020 candidate has attempted to claim Christianity for the Left, with puff-pieces in left-leaning Christian periodicals, like the Jesuit journal America, praising his name. Yet Buttigieg has continually left the impression that he is poorly informed about doctrine at best (or perhaps even operating in bad faith).
California is no longer the shimmering light up ahead in the distance, but the immediate one, as the Golden State is poised to have a larger than usual role in the 2020 election. It has quickly become the most critical victory for candidates in the Democratic primary, and the outcome will impact ballots throughout the country. In 2017, the California legislature shifted the state’s primary date, which previously had been one of the latest, to March 3rd, the earliest possible day for states not part of the traditional early group. California also has an early voting system, which allows voters