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CNN’s Jim Acosta is an embarrassment: David Bossie

Former Trump campaign aide David Bossie on CNN’s lawsuit against the Trump administration over reporter Jim Acosta’s press pass being revoked.

Watch the whole segment with David Bossie on Lou Dobbs Tonight.

Washington Examiner: New West Virginia poll points to GOP upset over red state Democratic senator

A new poll shows Republican challenger Patrick Morrisey inching ahead of Democratic Sen. Joe Manchin in West Virginia’s pivotal Senate race.

The poll, commissioned by the National Republican Senatorial Committee, shows Morrisey, the state attorney general, leading Manchin 44 percent to 42 percent. Libertarian Rusty Hollen takes 3 percent, and 12 percent are undecided.

Take Hollen out of the equation, and Morrisey leads Manchin 47 percent to 45 percent, with 8 percent undecided.

Since the confirmation fight over Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanaugh, Republican Senate candidates have surged in red states. West Virginia has remained a tough target for the GOP, however, even though President Trump won the state by 42 points in 2016. Manchin is up by 12 points in the RealClearPolitics polling average.

The survey of 600 likely voters was taken Oct. 16-18 with a margin of error of plus or minus 4 percent.

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Politico: 'Schumer's little pet': GOP takes one last swing at Manchin

INWOOD, W.Va. — Republicans are mounting a last-ditch effort to unseat Democratic Sen. Joe Manchin, who is stubbornly holding on to a lead in this state that President Donald Trump won by 42 points.

On Monday, Donald Trump Jr. and former Fox News host Kimberly Guilfoyle rallied supporters for GOP candidate Patrick Morrisey and rained down insults on Manchin, following a weekend visit from Vice President Mike Pence. Citizens United laid down a $500,000 ad buy touting Morrisey as the “only candidate we can trust.” And President Donald Trump is considering a visit here just before Election Day, according to a Republican familiar with party deliberations.

“We want the president to come back here. This president’s been a difference-maker in this race. We’re in a good position to close,” Morrisey said in an interview after his rally with the president’s son. “We think the president’s going to come back.”

With Pence, Trump. Jr. and Sen. Rand Paul (R-Ky.) all campaigning with Morrisey lately, the question has shifted to what the president will do. His time is valuable: There are only two weeks left until the election, and perhaps a half-dozen Senate races where Trump could help help spur GOP turnout.

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The Hill - Op-ed: Medicare for All is disastrous for American seniors and taxpayers

The captains of chaos in the Democratic Party continue making enormous strategic mistakes leading up to the 2018 midterm elections. For the sake of the America I know and love, I pray that it costs them at the ballot box.

First, the progressive movement called to raise taxes. Next, it was the assault on the men and women of Immigration and Customs Enforcement and plans to abolish the agency. Then, it was the screams to impeach President Trump. After, it was the shameful smear campaign against Justice Brett Kavanaugh. Now, in their take no prisoners charge toward socialism, the Democrats are planning to yet again drastically interfere with health care, this time under the guise of “Medicare for All.”

As the ObamaCare failure made clear, the Democrats want health care run by the government. They are not concerned with the individual needs of patients or allowing you to keep your own doctor or choosing the quality of your care. The left just wants a one size fits all program funded by taxpayers so America can move to a nightmarish socialist utopia.

Socialism is the ultimate goal and the details do not matter to these Democrats. They want you to ignore facts and look the other way. A recent column in Forbes stated that the single payer health care system in Canada “forced more than 1 million patients to wait for necessary medical treatments last year.” That is a record. Think about it for a minute. Canada has a population of just 37 million. If Canada has long waits for public health care, how long would waits be in America for 328 million people? The Democrats have no idea.

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Citizens United Political Victory Fund Releases New Polls in top Senate And House races

From Politico’s Morning Score (10/16/2018)
“FIRST IN SCORE — A trio of internal polls from the conservative group Citizens United, which are conducted by The Polling Company, shows close races. In WV-Sen, Democratic Sen. Joe Manchin is up over Republican Patrick Morrisey, 49 percent to 45 percent (Oct. 11-13, 600 likely voters). In MO-Sen, Hawley leads McCaskill, 50 percent to 47 percent (Oct. 11-13, 600 likely voters). In NY-22, GOP Rep. Claudia Tenney leads Democrat Anthony Brindisi, 50 percent to 42 percent (Oct. 12-13, 400 likely voters).”

WV SEN Topline:
https://www.scribd.com/document/390929225/Citizens-United-PVF-WV-Senate-Topline-10-15-2018
WV SEN Crosstabs:
https://www.scribd.com/document/390978110/CUPVF-WV-Senate-Crosstabs

MO SEN Topline:
https://www.scribd.com/document/390929281/Citizens-United-PVF-MO-Senate-Topline-10-15-2018
MO SEN Crosstabs:
https://www.scribd.com/document/390978168/CUPVF-MO-Senate-Crosstabs

NY-22 Topline:
https://www.scribd.com/document/390929304/Citizens-United-PVF-NY-22-Topline-10-15-2018
NY-22 Crosstabs:
https://www.scribd.com/document/390978190/CUPVF-NY-22-Crosstabs


Fox News: CU Pres. David Bossie appears on Fox News The Ingraham Angle: “Despite effort and funding, Democrats lose Kavanaugh fight”

This is a rush transcript from "The Ingraham Angle," October 8, 2018. This copy may not be in its final form and may be updated.

LAURA INGRAHAM, HOST: All right, welcome to "The Ingraham Angle." I'm Laura Ingraham on a historic night in Washington. Brett Kavanaugh was sworn in at an extraordinary event at the White House tonight where Donald Trump offered these words to now Justice Kavanaugh.

(BEGIN VIDEO CLIP)

PRESIDENT DONALD TRUMP: On behalf of our nation, I want to apologize to Brett and the entire Kavanaugh family for the terrible pain and suffering you have been forced to endure. Those who stepped forward to serve our country deserve a fair and dignified evaluation. Not a campaign of political and personal destruction based on lies and deception.

(END VIDEO CLIP)

INGRAHAM: If I had to guess, I would bet that Donald Trump wrote those lines himself -- just my guess. It was great. But the war isn't over. As the left fires off a new round of antics in the wake of his nomination, we have every angle covered with Ken Starr, Victor Davis Hanson. We got Dave Bossie, Devin Nunes -- a great lineup tonight.

But first, the left's rage against the Trump machine, that is the focus of tonight's Angle. So far Democrats seem to have learned nothing from their futile battle against the Brett Kavanaugh's nomination. They put the country through three weeks of what basically amounted to a he said, she said.

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Conservative Groups Launch TV Ads Supporting Judge Kavanaugh

WHILE THE SENATE HAS PAUSED its confirmation process, four conservative groups are out with new TV advertisements urging the addition of Judge Brett Kavanaugh to the Supreme Court.

The commercials made their debuts in the days after Christine Blasey Ford told a Senate committee that Judge Kavanaugh had sexually assaulted her when they were teenagers and are airing as the Federal Bureau of Investigation probes those and other allegations, which Judge Kavanaugh has denied.

The most politically charged of the ads is a 30-second spot by Citizens United, a nonprofit group steered by David Bossie, a longtime ally of President Trump. “Liberal Democrats will stop at nothing to smear him,” a narrator says of Judge Kavanaugh. It goes on to make claims about three Democratic Senate Judiciary Committee members and asks, “Whose values belong on the Supreme Court? Judge Kavanaugh’s? Or these liberal Democrats’?"

FEDERAL ELECTION COMMISSION RECORDS SHOW the group is spending at least $250,000 on the spot. Mr. Bossie didn’t respond to a request for comment.

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Citizens United President David Bossie on Fox and Friends

Citizens United President appeared on Fox and Friends on September 19, 2018 to discuss a series of "accomplishment oriented ads" that Citizens United is launching nationwide. 


In Fox News interview with CU Pres. David Bossie, Laura Ingraham describes Bossie as “one of the most influential players in Republican politics”

In Fox News interview with CU Pres. David Bossie, Laura Ingraham describes Bossie as “one of the most influential players in Republican politics.”


Lifezette: Time to Unify, Conservative Leaders Tell the GOP Establishment

An obsession over President Donald Trump among some Establishment Republican circles threatens to sink the entire party in November, conservative leaders warned Thursday on Fox News’ “The Ingraham Angle.”

On paper, the Senate offers an opportunity for Republicans to pick up seats, with Democratic incumbents’ seeking re-election in states that Trump won by double digits in 2016.

But the GOP could not only let those chances fall through the cracks. It could actually also lose control of the upper chamber if infighting prevents a strong turnout for vulnerable Republican incumbents such as Dean Heller of Nevada and Ted Cruz of Texas.

“We all know the anti-Trump base is coming out,” said Ari Fleischer, who served as White House press secretary under George W. Bush. “Like it or not, this is a nationalized election. There’s no dodging it, and the Trump base needs to show up in presidential year numbers, not off-year numbers.”

David Bossie, president of the activist group Citizens United, said Democrats never seem to let party squabbles divide them when to comes to general elections.

“The Left is always good at standing together, no matter awkward it may be,” he told host Laura Ingraham on the Fox News show. “Look, the Republicans really need to — they have 54 days to decide whether or not they want to continue to have control of the House and of the Senate.”

Bossie criticized Republican leaders including Sens. Jeff Flake of Arizona and Bob Corker of Tennessee for never seeming to miss a chance to knock Trump, even though neither is seeking re-election due to their unpopularity back home.

“Trump Derangement Syndrome amongst some of these Republicans is really unfortunate,” he said. “Look, Flake and Corker should be out there campaigning for candidates across their states and across the country. And instead, they’re not. They’re out there attacking this president and undermining his great policy positions, these great economic numbers that we have.”

Fleischer agreed.

“Why do they have to keep stirring this pot?” he asked. “You know, I understand how the press can put a microphone in front of a politician and say, ‘Will you say something anti-Trump?’ and they run to do it. It’s not constructive.”

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CUPVF In The News

CNN’s Jim Acosta is an embarrassment: David Bossie

Former Trump campaign aide David Bossie on CNN’s lawsuit against...

Washington Examiner: New West Virginia poll points to GOP upset over red state Democratic senator

A new poll shows Republican challenger Patrick Morrisey inching ahead...

Politico: 'Schumer's little pet': GOP takes one last swing at Manchin

INWOOD, W.Va. — Republicans are mounting a last-ditch effort to...

The Hill - Op-ed: Medicare for All is disastrous for American seniors and taxpayers

The captains of chaos in the Democratic Party continue making...

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