Who’s afraid of Fox News’ Chris Wallace?

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Who’s afraid of Fox News’ Chris Wallace?

Who’s afraid of Fox News’ Chris Wallace?

Not President Donald Trump, that’s for sure. And neither are MOST of the people who will tune in on the Fox News first presidential debate on September 29.

Most people know down at heart that the self-important Wallace will lob softball questions at Joe Biden while doing his best to ridicule President Trump, laying the president’s well picked over bones bare for all fervid anti-Trumpers.

“Trump voters appear to be hiding their vote again this election cycle”

Nor will any be surprised that this will be a supreme Fox News effort to show the president looking at his worst during the last crucial weeks of the 2020 presidential election campaign.

No surprise because many suspect that Fox News has been leaning left for some time now.

Many no longer trust Fox News as a “fair and balanced” ‘Conservative-leaning’ news site ever since they brought in former DNC Chair Donna Brazile as a contributor and continue to give her full reign with multiple anti-Trump rants.

Many cable network viewers would not have chosen Fox News and its monitor Wallace for the first presidential debate—and had no choice in its choosing.

Many who already made up their minds about voting for President Trump—in person—will continue to vote for him after the Fox presidential debate, no matter how it comes off.

Polls and talking heads who look to cheat people out of their votes are NOT the authority in peoples’ voting rights, not even close.

The polls that count most are the ones that practice silence over loud and bitter Democrat-like whining:

All polls conducted by Fox News this year show Trump trailing the until recently hidden-from-public-view Democrat ‘front runner’ Joe Biden.

“Trump voters appear to be hiding their vote again this election cycle. (Rasmussen Reports, Sept. 9, 2020)

“The latest Rasmussen Reports national telephone and online survey finds that 17% of Likely U.S. Voters who Strongly Approve of the job President Trump is doing say they are less likely to let others know how they intend to vote in the upcoming election. By comparison, just half as many (8%) of those who Strongly Disapprove of the president’s performance say the same.

“Fifty-nine percent (59%) of those who Strongly Approve are More Likely to tell others whom they plan to vote for compared to previous presidential campaigns. But that compares to 66% of voters who Strongly Disapprove. (To see survey question wording, click here.)

“A similar but narrower gap is evident between the two parties. Sixteen percent (16%) of Republicans are less likely to tell others how they intend to vote, compared to 12% of Democrats. Fifty-seven percent (57%) of GOP voters and 60% of Democrats are more likely to tell this year.

“At this time in the 2016 election cycle with Trump already being regularly bashed by the media, his supporters were similarly less forthcoming about how they intended to vote, and pollsters, with the exception of Rasmussen Reports and a couple others, completely missed Trump’s surprise victory.

“Again this cycle, the quietest voters are those not affiliated with either major political party. Twenty-one percent (21%) say they are less likely to let others know how they intend to vote; 45% are more likely to tell.

“The survey of 1,000 Likely U.S. Voters was conducted September 3 and 6, 2020 by Rasmussen Reports. The margin of sampling error is +/- 3 percentage points with a 95% level of confidence. Field work for all Rasmussen Reports surveys is conducted by Pulse Opinion Research, LLC.

Rasmussen Reports

“Following the two national party conventions, Democratic nominee Joe Biden has a four-point lead over Trump in Rasmussen Reports’ latest weekly White House Watch survey. These findings will be updated at noon today.

“Among all likely voters, 16% say they are less likely this year to tell others how they intend to vote, while 55% are more likely to do so. Twenty-eight percent (28%) feel about the same.

“Blacks and other minority voters are less likely than whites this cycle to tell others how they plan to vote.

“The older the voter, the more likely they are to tell others whom they plan to vote for.

“Liberals are more likely to talk up their vote than moderates and conservatives are.

“Rasmussen Reports polling in recent days shows Trump trailing Biden in the battleground states of Wisconsin and Ohio but tied with him in Pennsylvania.

“Most voters say the upcoming presidential election is about Trump and rate Biden’s agenda of secondary importance.

“Enthusiasm about the election continues to grow following the two major parties’ conventions, especially among Republicans.”

Democrats have zero enthusiasm for anything that is good about America

Could this be because Democrats have zero enthusiasm for anything that is good about America?

Meanwhile, there may be a boomerang effect on political parties and network talking heads who try to influence voters on how to vote.

It’s a natural outcome when human nature is involved.

Political forces saw the boomerang when they weaponized the pandemic to shut down churches while leaving casinos open.

The boomerang?

People who couldn’t get into their churches began praying more fervently in lockdown.

So, who’s afraid of Chris Wallace should he try to ridicule President Donald Trump at his first Fox News presidential debate?

Not President Trump and his supporters!

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