Good evening everyone, I’m Laura Ingram and welcome to Ingram Angle. We are broadcasting from Washington tonight at 7:00 p.m.
The polls have just closed for races in two major states. First, in Virginia, control of the legislature, which involves all 140 seats, is up for grabs. There are also various school board and county races happening. It’s important to note that the outcome in Virginia is significant, as it is one of only four states with legislative elections this year.
The results may indicate what we can expect in 2024. Now, let’s move on to Kentucky.
Incumbent Democrat Governor Andy Basher is currently facing a challenge from the state’s GOP attorney general Daniel Cameron. It’s worth mentioning that Basher’s father was also a popular governor back in 2015.
Meanwhile, in Ohio, the polls will remain open for another 30 minutes, and Mississippi’s polls will close in an hour. Governor Tate Reeves is fighting for his second term, and he will be making his final push right here on the angle in just a few moments. These elections come at a time when Democrat anxiety is on the rise nationwide. President Biden’s poll numbers among key demographic groups continue to decline, causing concern within the party.
We’ve also seen fractures within the Democratic Party over the Middle East situation, with young voters and Arab Americans threatening not to vote next year due to Biden’s support for Israel. Some have even given Biden the nickname “genocide Joe.” It’s ironic, considering Democrats supported the radical anti-American left and now have to deal with the consequences of their actions. They nurtured these ideologies in colleges and universities, so it’s no surprise that we now have aggressive and professional protesters who are making their voices heard on Capitol Hill.
In this crucial time, my perspective is needed more than ever. The movement for a ceasefire goes beyond any individual.
It continues to gain momentum every day. We will keep advocating for a ceasefire and fighting for liberation until everyone has the right to be treated equally.
It’s disheartening to hear that incidents of racism, sexism, islamophobia, and xenophobia are occurring within the workplace. When employees, particularly black and brown staff members, are pushed off elevators, it raises serious concerns.
The need for a ceasefire is urgent. Now, shifting gears, it appears that Senators Durbin and Jan Chowski are circulating a memo on Capitol Hill, suggesting that the United States open its doors to more immigrants affected by the Israeli counter offensive. This proposal comes at a time when we are struggling to monitor the 8 million people President Biden has already allowed into the country.
How will all of this, including the economy and other important issues, impact next year’s elections? And how will President Biden, who seems frail and barely coherent at times, handle the political pressure? We will delve into these topics later in the show. Thank you for joining us.
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