What Newt\u2019s Reading Five months out from election day and with the economy on a comeback, many state and county Republican Party chairs predict a close election with a Trump Victory. \u2013 Newt \u2018We\u2019re Thinking Landslide\u2019: Beyond DC, GOP Officials See Trump on Glide Path to Reelection By David Siders Politico By many conventional indicators, President Trump is in trouble for the 2020 election. The coronavirus pandemic continues, and the economy is still struggling. But several state, district, and county Republican Party chairs depict a different narrative, according to which \u201cthe coronavirus is on its way out and the economy is coming back. Polls are unreliable, Joe Biden is too frail to last, and the media still doesn\u2019t get it.\u201d They believe that nothing is going against \u201cTeflon Trump.\u201d Many of these officials say they observe support for the president only rising, adding that they distrust polling. \u201c\u2018The narrative from the Beltway is not accurate,\u2019 said Joe Bush, chairman of the Republican Party in Muskegon County, Mich., which Trump lost narrowly in 2016. \u2018Here in the heartland, everybody is still very confident, more than ever.\u2019\u201d The radical far-left faction of the Democrat Party has pushed Joe Biden to endorse Nancy Pelosi's insane $3-trillion bill completely. There is no debate, no compromise, and Republicans are apparently \u201cdamn stupid\u201d for not wanting to destroy our country. \u2013 Newt Biden Calls Senate Republicans \u2018So Damn Stupid\u2019 Over $3T Coronavirus Bill By Steven Nelson New York Post Joe Biden, the Democrats\u2019 presumptive presidential nominee, said Friday that Senate Republicans are \u201cso damn stupid\u201d for not passing a $3 trillion bill to address the coronavirus pandemic approved by House Democrats last month. Democrats did not seek any Republican input when drafting the bill, which includes numerous measures favored by the Democratic base that don\u2019t relate to the pandemic. \u201cIt passed through the House,\u201d Biden told members of the\u00a0American Federation of State, County and Municipal Employees. \u201cGet state and local governments the funding they need to keep millions of people on the job. Because, here\u2019s the \u2014 they\u2019re so damn stupid, darn stupid. If you don\u2019t have people on the job dealing with controlling the virus, then it\u2019s just going to get worse.\u201d Biden added that only the federal government can fund towns and other local communities sufficiently. Health price transparency + innovative self-funding employers better health outcomes at much lower costs. The Singapore model is great, and, in fact, several US companies are showing us the way too. \u2013 Newt A Real Market in Medical Care? Singapore Shows the Way By\u00a0George P. Shultz\u00a0and\u00a0Vidar Jorgensen Wall Street Journal In the US, consumers don\u2019t know what they\u2019re buying or how much it costs, and health care providers don\u2019t tell patients in advance about pricing, outcomes, or alternatives. \u201cIf the US wants lower costs, better outcomes, faster innovation and universal access, it should look to the country that has the closest thing to a functioning health-care market: Singapore.\u201d The city-state only spends five percent of its GDP on medical care but has better health outcomes than the US, which spends 18 percent of GDP on health. Singapore has better policies concerning price transparency, health savings accounts, and a limited but effective safety net. \u201cLet\u2019s follow the path of Singapore, Rosen Hotels and Resorts, and Walmart by using markets and competition to make health care affordable for all while improving quality and innovation.\u201d The history of systemic racism in America aligns with the history of the Democratic Party. \u2013 Newt Of Course There Is Systemic Racism in America and It's in the Democratic Party By Aubrey Shines Washington Times The Democratic Party did not let the crisis of the killing of George Floyd go to waste, lecturing the country about how systemic racism is supposedly rampant in the US. \u201cThe great irony here is that yes, there\u2019s plenty of systemic racism in our country; it\u2019s all wrapped up in the history of the Democratic Party.\u201d The rot dates back to the post-Civil War era, when the Democrats began imposing and enforcing Jim Crow laws. \u201cThe Republican Party had planks in its party platforms addressing the rights of African-Americans in the early 20th century. The Democrats, meanwhile, used the KKK as their stormtroopers, lynching and terrorizing blacks in the South beginning just after the Civil War and continued this practice for a century.\u201d Systemic racism can only be addressed when Democrats look themselves in the mirror. Sybrina Fulton, whose son Trayvon Martin was killed in 2012, wisely calls for advancing public safety through more police, more training, and better ethics and work habits in the police force. \u2013 Newt Trayvon Martin's Mother Calls for More Cops, Says She Disagrees With Calls to 'Defund' Police: Report By Louis Casiano Fox News Sybrina Fulton, the mother of\u00a0Trayvon Martin, said recently that she doesn\u2019t support efforts to reduce resources for law enforcement amid rising calls from left-wing activists and politicians to defund the police. \u201cI think we need more police,\u201d she said. \u201cWe need police with better standards, and police with better ethics and better work habits.\u201d Fulton announced last week that she is running for\u00a0Miami Dade County Commissioner District 1. \u201cI want residents to feel safe,\u201d she said. \u201cI want to bridge the gap between the law enforcement and the community.\u201d Martin was killed in 2012 during a physical confrontation with a neighborhood watch volunteer. The volunteer, George Zimmerman, was acquitted, which helped spark the Black Lives Matter movement.