Why #GenX #millennials won’t vote for #Biden
There are more Generation X, 60 million born between 1965 and 1980 than anybody else.
#Biden – no policy just words, ridiculous
#Women think he is creepy
#Women want to vote for a Women link Elizabeth Warren
#Biden praising oil and gas companies for wanting to fight global warming. What a joke.
#Biden is the FATHER of modern day mass incarceration.
#Biden is hitting up millionaires for campaign cash at private club events stocked with Cristal Champagne, langoustine, caviar, and live jazz. “Let Them Eat Cake”
‘Double standard’: Activists say
#Biden‘s hard line drugs policies didn’t apply to his children’s cocaine and marijuana use
Joe Biden Has Called for Social Security Cuts 3 Times
Unlike other presidential candidates, Biden won’t be supporting legalization.
What big, Progressive policy of Joe’s has you the most excited? I can name ten policies of Bernie’s. Can you name just one of Joe’s?
millenials 83 million – Mark Zuckerberg, Sean Parker (Napster) For Generation X, anarchy was a business model.
The “New Economy” was about – no ethics needed – just steal it or break it. Elon Musk born 1971 Sergey Brin and Larry Page of Google (b. 1973), Jack Dorsey of Twitter (b. 1976) and even Tom Anderson of Myspace (b. 1970) capitalist in hip-hop Jay-Z (b. 1969
In the past year, the Trump campaign has spent more than $12 million on Facebook ads alone—more than the 16 top-spending Democratic candidates have spent combined. Democrats should be worried. Nancy Pelosi frustrates Democratic activists on impeachment but party strategists like what she’s doing. Democrats of Pelosi’s generation, recalling how Republican zeal in pursuing President Bill Clinton over the Monica Lewinsky scandal in 1998 cost the GOP House seats and Newt Gingrich his speakership, fear their own 2020 backfire.
Pew 71% believe that social media make people think they are making a difference when they really aren’t. OH REALLY?
boomers 75 million – Steve Jobs
Millenials aren’t going to vote for BIDEN
Millennials are on the cusp of surpassing Baby Boomers as the nation’s largest living adult generation, according to population projections from the U.S. Census Bureau. As of July 1, 2016 (the latest date for which population estimates are available), Millennials, whom we define as ages 20 to 35 in 2016, numbered 71 million, and Boomers (ages 52 to 70) numbered 74 million. Millennials are expected to overtake Boomers in population in 2019 as their numbers swell to 73 million and Boomers decline to 72 million. Generation X (ages 36 to 51 in 2016) is projected to pass the Boomers in population by 2028.
@JoeBiden’s campaign has asked the @FEC for an extension in filing Biden’s personal financial disclosure, and the FEC has granted a 45-day extension.
- The military-industrial complex Eisenhower warned us about in 1961, and, related to that,
- The Big Bank crime wave and associated kleptocracy… plus all the politicians, institutions, think tanks, economists, media fanboys etc. who support #1 & #2.
- Roy Cohn White House: The Mueller Report Special, Part I
“Barr has deep financial ties to Russia, including to some of the entities Mueller was investigating. Barr is also a close friend of Mueller’s. How could Mueller not have been aware both of Barr’s ties and what he would do to the probe?” “William Barr has troubling financial ties to Russia which should have obligated him to recuse himself. This didn’t get much attention in his confirmation hearings, even though the information is in the public domain.”
We also discuss impeachment and the emergence of Elizabeth Warren as a candidate willing to take on the crises of corruption and complacency head-on – a vital move not only for 2020, but for now.
- U.S. Economy, 2008 housing crash “Generation Xers were hit particularly hard. “I think we have got a very significant psychological scar from this great recession,” Morgan Stanley analyst Kimberly Greenberger
Since 1990, the median price of a house has increased by around 67%. Yet, median income has increased by only 11% over that same period. Factor in student loans — of which the average student has $37,172 — and you can see why Millennials aren’t running out to buy diamonds and homes.
- How mass shootings have changed the millennial generation https://www.statepress.com/article/2017/11/sppolitics-millennials-mass-shootings
- “Despite a booming economy, many U.S. households are still just holding on” Maybe it’s not really a booming economy? Maybe the models are misleading?
Fed survey finds many consumers still in fragile economic condition While conditions are improving, many consumers couldn’t weather a large, unexpected expense.
- Percent saying they are NOT doing “at least OK.” This is from a Fed study. Greatest economy ever. The median American wage (according to the SSA) is $31.5k. Economists say these people need lower rates & higher prices. @realdonaldtrump @federalreserve
- In 2017 (latest available report), the Fed had 19,161 employees, including 1,630 “other officers” (not the President), making, on average, salaries (ex-benefits) of $233,099. The rest averaged over $100k.
- ‘Psychologically scarred’ millennials are people between the ages of 18 and 34 and the largest group of home buyers in the US. (The median age of a home buyer is 36.) Spencer Rascoff, Zillow’s CEO, has some insight into why millennials are delaying their first home purchases. People are basically skipping starter homes; they’re renting until their 30s, and that first house they buy is a million dollars, and they just are not even buying the $200,000, $300,000, $400,000 home.
- Billionaire Robert Smith’s surprise gift to Morehouse College’s class of 2019 shows how Student debt has become one of the most important political, economic and social justice issues of our day. An estimated 44 million Americans owe $1.5 trillion in student debt. the Washington Post has subsequently reported, a representative for Smith said he’s only covering loans the students took out themselves (as opposed to loans taken out by family members) totaling about $10 million. The federal government reports that the average debt reported among Morehouse’s seniors is $26,000. more than 40 million people in the United States have student loans. And no graduation gift can help the millions of young people who never complete their degree.”