PENCE OUTS HARRIS AS AN INCOMPETENT LIAR

It was not supposed to happen: Kamala Harris outed as an incompetent liar.

The last debate where Trump faced both Wallace and Biden went according to script: The Left manipulated, cheated and ambushed Trump, who deftly channeled Chuck Norris in defeating multiple opponents—including electronic devices—and won a victory that will grow in significance in years to come.

But tonight, something weird happened. I don’t know, maybe the earpiece guy left his equipment at home. Maybe Biden campaign operatives were sent to the wrong venue. Perhaps the moderator, Susan Page, the Washington bureau chief for USA Today and a longtime member of the DC press, felt guilty about Chris Wallace’s shameful prejudice. But for some reason, Susan decided to be fair.

It must have been fair, because Politico had this to say about Susan Page: “She also drew criticism for her deference to Pence in particular, as he frequently interjected during Harris’ answers.” Get it? Being fair is deference to any Republican candidate. 

So, what was the result of a fair debate? Kamala Harris was outed as an incompetent liar. First the “incompetence.”

Here’s how actor James Woods described her performance: “I am astonished how badly she has done in this debate. She simply cannot answer a question, without reverting to a stump speech, pushing a narrative that is basically fantasy on every issue.”

Here’s an example of an exchange between Pence and Harris:

Pence said China is “to blame” for the coronavirus, and, “President Trump is not happy about it.” Pence went on, “China and the World Health Organization did not play straight with the American people. They did not let our personnel into China…until the middle of February.” Adding, “But China has been taking advantage of the United States for decades, in the wake of Biden cheerleading for China. President Trump has stood up to China. We want to improve the relationship, but we’re going to hold China accountable for what they did to Americans with the coronavirus.”

Meanwhile, Sen. Kamala Harris, (D) Calif., slammed the Trump administration over the trade war with China, claiming that the U.S. lost jobs in the midst of it.

But Pence fired back.

“Lost the trade war with China? Joe Biden never fought it,” Mic drop.

Then there were Harris’ facial expressions that in some cases made her look smug, and in other instances, came off as panic. Ben Shapiro said “Harris looks deeply uncomfortable. She should be. She’s losing, and losing badly.”

Then came the lie. Harris says no way did Biden say he would end fracking or abandon fossil fuels. Roll the tape:

Pence blasted Harris for refusing to say whether she would support expanding the Supreme Court in order to allow a Democratic President to nominate more liberal justices to the bench. When Pence repeatedly demanded that Harris respond to that, she answered the question by shifting attention to Senate Republicans’ efforts to fast-track Barrett’s confirmation, despite 2020 being an election year.

Then came the Kaboom: Pence replied, “Once again you gave a non-answer, Joe Biden gave a non-answer. The American people deserve a straight answer. And,” he said, addressing the American people, “if you haven’t figured it out yet, the straight answer is they are going to pack the Supreme Court if they somehow win this election.”

If you wish to see for yourself how Pence exposed her dismal failure in California in finding justice for minorities, go to the link below.

A fair debate? Open dialogue? Facts?  It was almost like an act of God the way Pence was allowed to actually debate.

Now we move on to the election, and to the Trump victory that, also, is not supposed to happen. Amen!

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CNN report: $1.99 gas now in 13 states and will likely become common in 2015

 dollar ninety nine gas

Gas for less than $2 is now widespread

December 15, 2014: 7:48 AM ET

NEW YORK (CNNMoney)

It was a good weekend for drivers to fill up. Cheap gas spread across the nation faster than holiday cheer.

After a weekend of price cutting at stations, gas for less than $2 can be found in 13 states across the country. Two weeks ago there was only one gas station in the country selling gas that cheap.

Data from price tracker GasBuddy.com shows that three states — Oklahoma, Louisiana and Ohio — have at least one station each selling regular gas for less than $1.90 a gallon. Cheap gas is most frequently found at stations in Oklahoma, which was the first state to break the $2 a gallon mark on Dec. 3.

Another ten states — Alabama, Arizona, Colorado, Indiana, Mississippi, Missouri, Nebraska, New Mexico, Texas and Virginia — also have gas for less than $2.

Related: What’s gas cost in your state?

Gas below $2 a gallon can only be found at a handful of stations in all these states, even in Oklahoma. Four of the states only have one station each with gas that cheap. All these states still have statewide averages well above $2 according to AAA. Missouri has the lowest average price at $2.25.

And with the statewide average in New York finally falling below $3 over the weekend, every state in the lower 48 now has an average below that benchmark. The nationwide average is now $2.55 a gallon, the lowest it has been since October 2009.

Falling gas prices have been driven by plunging oil prices. Crude traded below $60 a barrel for the first time in five years last Thursday and was just over $58 a barrel early Monday.

Falling oil prices are ‘so dramatic’

Falling demand for oil due to economic slowdowns in Europe and Asia, as well as more fuel efficient vehicles, are major reasons for the fall in oil prices. But increased U.S. oil production, which took the nation past Saudi Arabia as the world’s largest source of crude earlier this summer, is another major factor, as is a strong dollar.

With OPEC so far unwilling to cut production in order to prop up prices, some forecast that oil could fall to near $40 a barrel at some point in 2015. That would drive gas prices down even more and make gas for under $2 a gallon common at stations across the country.