Watch: O’Reilly Sees Shocking New Poll That Makes Him Say ‘Most Americans Are Stupid’

The latest NBC News/Wall Street Journal poll has Fox News commentator Bill O’Reilly shaking his head.

The poll comparing possible Democratic and Republican match ups in the 2016 presidential race shows that Vice President Joe Biden, who hasn’t even entered the race, would win against any of the Republican candidates in head-to-head competition.

“So why would you vote for him?” O’Reilly questioned during his Talking Points Memo in his Sept. 30 show. “Talking Points believes the answer to that question is kind of cruel: Many Americans are simply dumb. They don’t know what’s going on, they don’t pay attention, they don’t care.”

Specifics on the poll taken Sept. 20-24 show that Biden would beat GOP front-runner Donald Trump 56 percent to 35 percent. A contest with Ben Carson would be closer with Biden winning 49 percent to 41 percent. It’s closer yet going against Carly Fiorina, beating her 47 percent to 41 percent. Getting an establishment GOP nominee does no good because the poll indicates that Biden would win against Jeb Bush 48 percent to 40 percent.

O’Reilly pointed out that the real oddity in the poll is the second question about citizens’ perceptions of America’s future. According to poll data, 62 percent of those questioned said this country was on the wrong track while only 30 percent said the United States was headed in the right direction.

Yet, Biden wins in the match up polling even with most believing America is headed in the wrong direction. The Fox News host said Biden agrees with what President Barack Obama has done during his time in office. Those actions have resulted in a poor economy and a bad foreign policy, he said. The only plausible explanation is that voters don’t know what is happening, he said.

“You don’t have to real in the real world anymore,” O’Reilly said, alluding to an idea that everyone is getting their information from social media. “Used to be drugs and alcohol obliterated reality. Now its your hand-held device or PC.”

O’Reilly presumes there are 60 percent of voters who could be persuaded in politics, but contends the masses don’t know enough to cast a ballot.

Political pundit Charles Krauthammer said Biden’s image remains abstract for now because he isn’t running. He predicts that Biden’s numbers will drop once he announces his candidacy.

The NBC/Wall Street Journal poll indicates that Democratic front-runner Hillary Clinton is losing ground to top contender Bernie Sanders. She leads Sanders by 15 points if Biden stays out of the race, but that tightens to a 7 percent gap if Biden decides to run. Hilton had a 34 percent lead over Sanders in July and a 60-point lead in June.

On the Republican side, the poll suggests that Trump and Carson are running in a virtually tied race with Trump at 21 percent and Carson at 20 percent. Fiorina and Rubio are tied for third place.

CNN Just Made A Giant Announcement About The Next Debate That Could Have Big Implications

Even as the cable network’s criteria threatened to exclude a Republican candidate with proven nationwide support, CNN is prepared to invite a Democrat to join in that party’s first debate despite the fact that he is not yet a candidate.

Joe Biden, who has attracted recent attention as a potential replacement for scandal-plagued front-runner Hillary Clinton, is polling well enough to earn him a spot on the stage Oct. 13 – assuming he actually decides to run for president.

CNN released its criteria, which stipulates that Biden would qualify for the debate as long as he formally announces his candidacy by the date of the Las Vegas debate. Beyond that, any candidate with a polling average of at least one percent may participate.

Biden, who came in third place in a recent NBC/Wall Street Journal poll, is scoring much better than a number of announced Democrat candidates. Despite their relatively modest support, Lincoln Chafee and Jim Webb have been invited to join top-tier candidates Clinton and Bernie Sanders. Reports indicate Martin O’Malley did not score high enough to qualify for a spot in the first debate.

While CNN earned some praise from Biden supporters for its debate criteria, some critics speculated that the network’s motives were likely ledger-related …

… or an effort to push its partisan agenda.

h/t: CNN

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Joe Biden Makes Stunning Pro-Life Statement, But Is Okay With Abortion


Vice President and possible 2016 presidential candidate, Joe Biden, might have just broke an important liberal rule while speaking about abortion.

Considering that the Democrat party usually doesn’t recognize life until the child is born, Biden’s comments are against the grain.

Biden: I’m prepared to accept that at the moment of conception, there’s human life and being, but I’m not prepared to say that to other God-fearing, non-God fearing people that have a different view.

You’ll note that while part of what he said is pro-life, he’s not willing to make policy on that truth.

Biden: But what I’m not prepared to do is to impose a rigid view…a precise view that is born out of my faith, on people who are equally God-fearing, equally as committed to life, equally as committed to the sanctity of life.

As a self-professed Catholic, is Biden here saying he thinks that a baby is a human being from the very second of conception, but is equally prepared to ignore the sanctity of that life should anyone want to kill it out of convenience?

Through his faith, Biden understands life begins at conception. While the Bible doesn’t mention the word abortion, it does teach life at conception.

God said to Jeremiah, “Before I formed you in the womb, I knew you, and before you were born I consecrated you.” – Jeremiah 1:5

King David in Psalm 139 says: “For you created my inmost being; you knit me together in my mother’s womb…All the days ordained for me were written in your book before one of them came to be.” – Psalm 139:13,16

God is present at our creation.

Watch: Clinton Campaign Says, ‘Trust Doesn’t Matter’

Despite a new Siena College poll that found that Hillary Clinton’s favorability in her adopted home state of New York had dropped 10 points—from 56 percent to 46 percent—and her unfavorability shot up to 51 percent from 40 percent in July, the Clinton campaign is seemingly unconcerned about the Democratic front-runner’s low trustworthiness numbers, according to the National Journal’s Ron Fournier.

Fournier said that when he told senior Clinton campaign advisers in March, April and May that without credibility you can’t win—and if you do win you can’t lead—their response was to say that “trust doesn’t matter,” citing Bill Clinton’s low trust numbers as compared to George H.W. Bush and Bob Dole, both of whom he defeated.

That attitude, he said, combined with the lack of transparency on her emails, shows that the Clinton campaign is stuck in the 1990s and doesn’t “realize how times have changed.”

Fournier made his remarks on MSNBC’s Morning Joe on Tuesday.

Clinton’s lack of transparency is certainly one reason that voters are skeptical about whether or not they can trust her. But it’s also her arrogance, and acting as though she is above the law and couldn’t possibly have done anything wrong, despite evidence to the contrary.

When she entered the race, Hillary thought she would just breeze to the Democratic nomination. But her inability to face serious issues head on has cost her dearly, and she now faces a more uncertain path to that nomination—a path that will get more complicated once Vice President Joe Biden enters the race, as he is widely expected to do in the near future.

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Joe Biden Makes Massive Pro-Life Admission, But His Next Words Are Shocking

Vice President Joe Biden may have just broken one of the most important liberal rules in politics today with his latest proclamation about when life begins. But if he did, he immediately made up for it with what many might feel is his complete lack of humanity on the issue.

In a new interview with the Catholic magazine America, Biden actually said he thinks life begins at conception, something few liberals dare claim.

With what might be considered a brave move by a Democrat whose party usually maintains that a baby isn’t a baby at least until it is born, Biden said, “I’m prepared to accept that at the moment of conception there’s human life and being, but I’m not prepared to say that to other God­-fearing, non-­God­ fearing people that have a different view.”

Note that even as Biden said he is ready to accept that life begins at conception, he also said he is not willing to make policy on that truth.

Biden explained further saying:

I’m prepared to accept as a matter of faith, my wife and I, my family, the issue of abortion, but what I’m not prepared to do is to impose a rigid view, a precise view, rigid sounds pejorative, a precise view that is born out of my faith, on other people who are equally God­-fearing, equally as committed to life, equally as committed to the sanctity of life.

So, on one hand, he thinks that a baby is a human being from the very second the egg is fertilized. Yet on the other, as a mere matter of political expediency, he is equally prepared to ignore the sanctity of that life and agree that it can be killed at random and for little reason beyond mere convenience.

One might ask the Vice President just where his arbitrary criteria ends. If a fertilized egg is human, but he is still OK with killing it, at what other arbitrary time might a human life be ended for convenience?

This is quite a statement from the second most powerful man in America, one who is likely to seek the most powerful job in the country if not the world.