November 8th – 2018 Presidential Politics – Trump Administration Day #658

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3,624 Responses to November 8th – 2018 Presidential Politics – Trump Administration Day #658

  1. Pam says:

    Live now!

    Liked by 3 people

    • agentcommonsense says:

      Wonder if they are freaking out so bad because this guy spend a year over at CNN as a talking head and the green room chat might have been chalked full of interesting stuff. Almost seems a little undercover operation was going on… Hee I can hope

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  2. patrickhenrycensored says:

    Trump, Dignitaries Attend Investiture Of Justice Brett Kavanaugh At Supreme Court

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  3. daughnworks247 says:

    Hey folks, today is our ANNIVERSARY! Two fabulous years with President Trump! Two years without Hillary! So much has happened, we never thought the USA could come back so quickly!
    Where were YOU two years ago today?

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    • Right here on Sundance’s CTH!

      Liked by 17 people

    • Mr Spock says:

      Nit-picking I know but Trump was sworn in as President on Jan 20th 2017. He was elected two years ago today.

      Liked by 2 people

    • agentcommonsense says:

      Living in a alternant world .. Because I watched the mental breakdown of MSM and it was something I had never seen before, At first I just couldn’t wrap my mind around what I was seeing,, Then I got pissed and turned it all off and went about my biz.. I remember after a few days it must be over how embarrassed I was for them, we hadn’t diagnosed Trump derangement yet and we had know idea that Trump derangement was not curable but we know now

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    • yy4u says:

      I ABSOLUTELY LOVE that cake. My mouth is watering.

      Liked by 4 people

      • yy4u says:

        Where was I? I went to vote but the polls were so negative I was terrified. At 7:00 I turned on Fox Business. I had left Fox News in March 2016 and have never have gone back. No loss. I watched the returns with hubby thinking it’ll be like 2012 and 2008 when the “red” states came in for sanity and then the blue states got heard from. Fox Business get its data from Fox News, so they were party-line.” FL, NC, OH all battlegrounds, doesn’t look good for Trump, la la la la la.” But Fox Business had Lou Dobbs and though Neil Cavuto was on there, too, most of the “panelists” were reasonable. And then about 9 or 10 o’clock, before the good news started to come in for real, I think it was Liz McDonald but maybe one of the others, said, “Whoa! What’s going on with the Futures and Asian markets? Something is going on. Something is happening!”

        The markets were plummeting, dropping like a stone in water. I know now that somebody somewhere had seen something indicating Donald Trump was going to win but at the time I was just confused.

        We stayed up until 2:45 a.m. (these are too old fogies who are in bed by 10pm) waiting, waiting, waiting for Fox News (who gave Fox Business the data) to call the race for Donald Trump. Of course, we know now that they were hoping against hope the Globalist Clinton could pull it out to keep the funds flowing into the elite’s bank accounts. When we went to bed, PA was 99% in, but they who could call VA for Kaine in 2016 when Stewart was ahead by 30 points with only 24% of the vote in, could NOT call PA with 99% of the vote in. I guess they were hoping Democrats could “find” some more votes somewhere.

        Anyway this year I followed the returns on Treehouse and it was far better than watching talking heads gloating over Dem wins and lamenting Repub wins (except for Dobbs, of course).

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      • Angry Dumbo says:

        LIKE.

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    • I was right here with all of you wonderful deplorables! Wow, can’t believe it has been 2 years. Time sure does fly when you’re having fun!!! MAGA! KAG!

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    • Piper says:

      Right here In the treehouse with a heart full to bursting with joy!
      Happy Anniversary!

      Liked by 3 people

    • Zabadak says:

      My grandson was born. How good is that. Days to forever remember!! MAGA!

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  4. Dora says:

    Lock her up! Lock her up!

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    • L. Gee says:

      Well, about all I can say about this is it explains why the Dems in the House are freaking out and demanding (DEMANDING, I say) that he recuse himself. How long he’ll be in that position and whether he’ll actually do anything while he’s there is more than my crystal ball can foretell!

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    • Serena says:

      Well now after reading all that I say he is the right man for the job. President Trump was abandoned out on a ledge dangling in the wind with out an AG that could run point and counter point for him for the last two years. He was fighting alone against these b*st*rds and he was beating their azzes, too.I was so angry at Sessions and how he just ditched the President .I also felt sorry for the President with out anyone there to defend him from these evil jerks even though he didn’t weaken or let them get to him. How awesome and wonderful that now at last he has an Attorney General that will stand up to them and fight for him. God bless Matthew Whitaker.

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    • covfefe999 says:

      I guess that means he can’t take over a Hillary investigation, right? Or can he?

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  5. DRAINING the SWAMP, now that we have a DOJ LEADER:

    Why not start by assigning a different U.S. Attorney to prosecute each major Corruption Node in the Deep State Web:
    • FISA Abuse
    • Spying on the Trump Campaign
    • Spying on the Trump Transition Team
    • Spying on the Trump Administration
    • Unmaskings by Obama Administration
    • Clinton Emails
    • Clinton Foundation
    • Uranium One
    • Etc.

    Let em compete to earn Special Counsel and DOJ Leadership roles!
    [Dump the low-performers.]

    Then appoint Special Counsels for each nexus of Political Racketeering Cases
    • Politicized Spying
    • Congressional Co-Conspirators
    • Clinton Cabal
    • Obama Cabal
    • Sedition

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    • PatriotKate says:

      No on Special Counsels. It’s been proven by history that they are nothing but Corruption Management. Look back and history and it’s clear they were designed to manage the situation, just like the current Mueller probe, with no oversight and no transparency and no truth.

      Hell no! DOJ can just do the job as it’s supposed to.

      I like this guy!

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      • L. Gee says:

        I agree! Special Counsels are a joke. What’s so difficult about investigating and prosecuting–in other words, upholding the laws of the land?!

        Why do we have to make this into something “Special” every time? Just do your damn jobs, people!

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      • oldschool says:

        Right on Kate.

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      • Agree … only as needed when beyond the capability of a U.S. Attorney.

        Better Bet: Military Tribunals for Sedition that cover the entire web!

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      • yy4u says:

        Democrats get a free pass unless their crimes are so egregious the press can’t cover them up (Bill Clinton) and Republicans get “special counsels” mostly for the crime of being elected. Nixon (Watergate), Reagan (Iran-Contra), Bush (Plamegate) and now Trump.
        We’re in the middle of a coup, but it isn’t our first one. Watergate succeeded when the son of two communists (card carrying members of CPUSA — Bernsteins) lost their jobs because Rep. Richard Nixon believed Whitaker Chambers (read “Witness”) managed to bring down the presidency. The same players (the media) will do the same thing to Donald Trump if they can.

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    • railer says:

      I’m with you, BKR, but don’t be surprised that Whitaker isn’t. Remember, this guy was the Swamp’s choice as Sessions’ Chief of Staff and it’d be foolish to believe that he’s suddenly going to become our white knight. Muh Russia has been dead for a loooooooooong time, imo. Let’s not celebrate the guy who’s simply here to give it a decent burial while keeping everything else covered up.

      Yeah, I’m cynical. At least Trump has a leash around this guy’s neck and doesn’t have to formally nominate him. He can make a value judgement at any time and select the permanent AG nominee (but the Swamp controls that vote, too).

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      • phoenixRising says:

        Sessions was not Swamp…

        That’s the fallacy in your argument

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        • railer says:

          Sorry, but Sessions is PURE Swamp, else the Swamp would never have confirmed his nomination.

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          • Sandra-VA says:

            So, by your definition EVERY SINGLE person confirmed is SWAMP?

            Sessions is the single Senator found to have zero corruption issues by Schweizer.

            I am fed up with all the character assassination going on around here. Sessions was a GOOD MAN who was not right for the USAG job. Yes, his recusal caused a myriad of problems right out of the gate… BUT he did do a lot of good things while he held that role. It is good that he is gone, but don’t malign his character with falsehoods.

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        • Decades in the US Congress.

          As AG recused himself and appointed Rosenstein who appointed Mueller to the SC.

          He’s Swamp Royalty.

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        • Marygrace Powers says:

          Right phoenixRising. POTUS operates with
          efficiency/utilizes different experts when needed.

          Sessions is NOT SWAMP. It makes sense how
          Wictor spelled it out. Sessions did the investigation/
          set it up/passed on to AAG Whitaker to INDICT
          Hillary and others. PT has chosen him for THIS
          specific purpose. He’s the right man for the job.

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        • MaineCoon says:

          Irrelevant, at this point, if he is/is not swamp.

          Bottom line, by his own admissions Sessions is a man of deep faith; yet he deceived, lied to his friend, the President, was disloyal to him and left he defenseless without an AG, paving the way for RR to open the Mueller witch hunt.

          It is by the grace of God that Trump is still President after what Sessions did to him.

          It is laughable to me that so many are still arguing over if he is a good/bad person.

          How do you think He rates according to God’s Word? God’s eyes?

          My Bible study this week is 1 Samuel 9-15. That will tell you exactly how God deals with His people in authority. Sessions answered first to God and second to the authority God put him under.

          He failed on both counts. I have posted many time, “Where was his faith?”

          Henceforth, his life will bear God’s consequences. You don’t mess with God’s chosen & anointed. God chose & anointed President Trump just like he chose Saul as Israel’s first king. When Saul went his own merry way, God rejected Saul and his kingdom thereafter.

          Sessions will have a bad life henceforth. God’s consequences of his choice. He dishonored God and dishonored his friend, the President of the United States, and jeopardized his presidency, his family and friends also.

          I stay away from people like that. He might as well have leprosy – like Moses sister….just another such story.

          Where was his faith?

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      • This is the perfect “stage” for President Trump to institute the DOJ-FBI APPRENTICE INITIATIVE:

        Deliver Up Fast or GET OUT.

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    • agentcommonsense says:

      Yeeeeees !

      Liked by 1 person

    • Greg says:

      Yes, a summary of how to save our Constitution and protect our way of life. The Rule of Law (criminal code) is the shield/armor that protects our Constitution.

      Liked by 2 people

      • KnowSERENoFear says:

        I always enjoy your POV…always grounded in our Constitution. I mentioned this up-thread…it amazes me that there is not a State that strives to be the polar oppostive on CA, NY, IL, etc. A Constitutionalist/Originalist State that embraces Individualism. A State with a Constitutionalist Gov, AG, courts, legislature. A State that embraces liberty and capitalism with common sense, “local,” regulations/laws. A State with a justice, NOT a legal, system. A State with the courage to decline federal funding and nullify un-enumerated Federal power. A State that renders harsh penalties to those hire illegals or accepts out-of-state money to influence elections. A State that becomes a shining beacon for Nationalism, Entrepreneurism, vocational education, apprentships programs, etc. The “Treeper” state!

        One would think that there is a huge market for a State like this. There are plenty of States that aren’t too far gone enough that they couldn’t give this a shot. I just don’t get it.

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        • Greg says:

          I appreciate your comment! Your points are understood and well taken…I do live in California and the state needs lots of prayer.

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        • G. Combs says:

          That was also the libertarian dream. They ‘chose’ NH and then the Libs escaping the TAXES THEY VOTED FOR moved in and crapped all over the place.

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          • Zabadak says:

            I can speak first hand and I have. NH was a great place to live in until MA DEMOCRATS moved in and turned it into another MA. They were escaping what they created and then ruined that once great state. Same can be said about CA. Look at the surrounding States. They have ruined them. THIS IS WHAT THEY DO!

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        • lemmus1 says:

          …we are a republic of states …but 15 cities control 70% of the total votes

          …you can’t speak of states without recognizing that even in solid red states, the major cities control the makeup of the House of Representatives …only in very low population states without any major cities, such as Wyoming, is that not true …thus the House will almost always lean toward an urban mindset highly dependent on government for most aspects of their lives …ergo the concentration of blues and RINOs in that body

          …the Senate is the body of Congress that best represents the rural mindset …as it was designed by the founders to do …it is the body that prevents the majority views of the House from imposing its urban leaning mindset on everyone

          …what you ask for simply no longer exists in America …even Alaska, the last frontier, is dominated by Anchorage and its suburbs …the entirety of the remaining state has to come together to overcome the weight of the urban Anchorage vote …ergo, even they often give us RINOs like Murkowski

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        • piper567 says:

          friend of mine is from OK…the only State where EVERY Precinct went for Trump in 2016.
          Maybe a consideration?

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    • KnowSERENoFear says:

      My take: There is already a special counsel. Whitaker could simply force Mueller to recuse. Under different management, current SC could more “justly” pursue Russian collusion…and we know where that would lead. 😉

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  6. Pam says:

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  7. jackphatz says:

    Someone up stream or maybe it was yesterday (all days look alike) made a comment about someone claiming Whitaker was not qualified. Well…it was Judge Nap, anti Trump Judge Napolitano. Go figure.

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  8. Pam says:

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    • Binkser1 says:

      When does a Dem (or Rino for that matter) ever do what’s best for their state or country? It’s all about power.

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    • Mr Spock says:

      Remember all the hoopla about the recount in Wisconsin after the 2016 election paid for by Jill Stein’s campaign? Trump ended up picking up 515 votes.

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      • auscitizenmom says:

        Didn’t they find some voter fraud, too?

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        • WRB says:

          They found problems in Detroit and gave up on recounting it. But in WI, no, they did not find fraud. But they don’t look for fraud, they just re-add up all the votes.

          I am convinced that Milwaukee is dirty… but it would take a true under-cover investigation to prove it.

          Meanwhile, back in Broward, they are probably carting in after-the-fact ballots and adding them to the pile.

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    • Invite DHS in to Certify the Elections in Florida, Georgia and Texas:
      • Recount Process as free from Corruption
      • Voter Rolls as Clean from Ineligible Voters
      • Vote Tallies as free from Illegitimate and Duplicate Voting.

      If corruption is found, extend to ALL Border and Coastal States!

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      • For Sanctuary States, States with Sanctuary Cities and States issuing IDs to ILLEGALS:

        Require proof that no Illegals voted for Federal Candidates.
        [Impossible, of course]

        Pass a Federal Law requiring them to run completely separate Polling Stations under Federal oversight to prevent illegals from Voting!

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    • Summer says:

      This is Florida. The Hanging Chad State.

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    • Serena says:

      Man these Dems are the sorest of losers!

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    • Tutumuch says:

      Pam, I’m from FL. Please, please keep us posted. I wrote the Broward Repubs, Tweeted Marco Rubio, wrote the WHouse for help… and write Rush, too!! Asking for help. Dems are SO evil and cheat their way through everything!!! Gillum has un-conceded to get a recount. This is RIDICULOUS!!😩😩😩

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  9. Lady in Red says:

    Thanks again, WV. Manchin spouting off about Sessions being “forced out” https://www.breitbart.com/video/2018/11/08/manchin-big-mistake-to-let-jeff-sessions-go/

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    • Yep. Good job, WV. The real Joe is back now that the election is over.

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    • Serena says:

      I don’t understand why other Presidents could have the Attorney General that they felt would have their best interests at heart and work to help them but President Trump has been with out an Attorney General for two years now effectively all of his Presidency. Why should he be required to keep this dead weight that is of no benefit to him and why is he pilloried for getting rid of him and putting some one in the office that will be an asset to him? I think we all know the answer to why the Dems are screaming they want Matthew to recuse himself. They like it that President Trump has been forced to stand alone while the deep state is working overtime to manufacture an impeachable offense. Matthew will be putting a stop to that.

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      • WRB says:

        Because all the people complaining are his political enemies, and they are screaming as loud as they can in the hope that the public will buy-in with their criticisms.

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    • covfefe999 says:

      Someone yesterday was questioning my claim that Trump supporters had voted Dem for the midterms. Manchin is a perfect example. Trump had an easy win in WV, if most of those people had voted for the GOP candidate Manchin would be out.

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  10. SandraOpines says:

    So much shady crap happens in South Florida elections. SIGH

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  11. Binkser1 says:

    I can’t stand what the Left is doing in trying to steal the elections in FL, etc. but I can’t say I blame them. There is never any push back on our side to stop the fraudulent voting, the continued finding of “lost ballots,” the blatant cheating (at least visibly being done to stop it, perhaps behind the scenes).
    At the very worst, the Left comes up short, and they just ramp it up again for the next election with no repercussions for their actions. And if they do somehow overturn it, what then? Maybe a 100 people on our side will show up to protest, we will all complain and say we’ll get them back at the ballot box the next time (I’m including myself in this so this is as much a rebuke of my inaction as anyone else on our side), nothing will come of it and they get the seat or the recount.
    They have absolutely no fear of any repercussions or punishment for their corruption. Higher ups have go to be held criminally responsible for their actions. They have no problem with the little guppies that occasionally get caught and punished. Justice had to be served or this will continue unabated and only get worse, IMO.

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    • Lady in Red says:

      I guess our side is just unlucky, we never find trunks full of ballots.

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    • FL_GUY says:

      Actually, during the Al Gore recounts from hell in FL, over 15,000 of us showed up to end the recounts at a rally held at the capitol. At the same time, Jesse Jackass bused in 300 union workers in support of the recounts. If these A$$HOLES mess with the election results, the reponse will be even stronger this time. People have had it.

      I sent my e-,mail to the Whitehouse about the Broward Co Fraud going on. Everyone else should as well. We need an “Elliot Ness” Fed to clean up Broward Co. There is absolutely no reason that corrupt Supervisor of Elections should still be in office after the criminal acts she conducted in the 2016 election.

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    • yucki says:

      When the felons start voting in Florida, corruptocrats will longer no need to steal the elections.

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      • oldschool says:

        agree yuckie, but did ANY R candidates inform voters of this or are felons now another protected group? POTUS opened a very dangerous SJW door with his prison reform. It’s all part of the left’s agenda and has a very enmeshed relationship with this. We can expect to see more of this. Two years ago McCaulliffe did it sneakily, with a stroke of a pen, and in such a short period of time, boom an entire state votes for it.

        Why have any punishment?

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    • railer says:

      Same thing is happening in Arizona right now. It’s criminal that we haven’t finished this, 2 days later. Same in Detroit.

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    • bosscook says:

      I’m convinced that it wasn’t just Florida…it was everywhere. The election results didn’t reflect the field reports coming in from polling stations all over the nation.

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      • MrACC says:

        ^^^^ THIS ^^^^

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        • covfefe999 says:

          Totally agree. It’s happening everywhere but we happen to have enough votes to cover it in some places. What’s the term? Margin of fraud?

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      • severance23 says:

        It looks like Katie Arrington got done over by the Demoncrats in South Carolina – dubious things went on in John’s Island.

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        • Bon Bon says:

          It wasn’t just John’s Island. Kelly Gold was saying on her radio program this morning they have Multiple reports from the tri-county area. People voting straight R and ONlY Arrington vote changing to Cunningham. Sad days in SC.

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      • Truthfilter says:

        I am still reluctant to accept that the DEMS won so many house seats while the Rs flipped Senate seats. It doesn’t make sense. I was very confident that the GOP would keep the House as well as the Senate. I can’t shake my gut feeling that something isn’t right about the midterm results. As rabid and corrupt as the Left has proven itself to be, they would cheat and steal at every opportunity and on every level. A Swamp exists at the state and local levels, too.

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        • rharkonen113 says:

          More than 1,000,000 illegal aliens/Democrats automatically registered to vote in California when they are given a driver’s license. Numerous several close races flipping Democrat by a few hundred votes.

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        • bosscook says:

          Many people have used the term “he left it all on field” when talking about Trump’s amazing, unprecedented energy for the rallies…but it appears the evil left are just as capable of leaving it “all on the field”….they are desperate, lying, hideous rats, with plenty of energy, and if election fraud won’t work, they’re already gearing up for nationwide violence. Yes, I agree with you that most of those so-called House flips were due to voter fraud. Yes, the RINO empty seats were ripe for the picking, but overall….complete and utter voter fraud. And I’ll go out on a limb here and say it was every race….the red wall stopped most of them. I saw the red wall go to the polls. We all saw it. Remember all the reports on voting day threads. Tons of MAGA. And very little enthusiasm in blue cities.

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    • agentcommonsense says:

      Hey why not media attention for Debbie Wasserman Schwartz ? I mean she is a high profile Dem, she once was the leader of the DNC right.. She won in a total landslide against Republican candidate, 100k There must have been a campaign room somewhere with Champagne a poppin and a whole bunch of clapping people and of course she must have gave a speech thanking all the volunteers who worked so hard knocking on doors and such …
      Whatever

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    • G. Combs says:

      “….There is never any push back on our side to stop the fraudulent voting, the continued finding of “lost ballots,” the blatant cheating (at least visibly being done to stop it, perhaps behind the scenes)….”

      That is because of Judge Dickinson R. Debevoise who thank goodness went to where the Senator who shall not be named now resides. He died in August of 2015.

      “… even after he retired, returned every year for the sole purpose of renewing his 1982 order for another year. Debevoise died in August 2015….

      … [In] December 1, 2017, when the Consent Decree was due to expire….According to NJ.com, the Democrat Party tried to extend the Consent Decree, claiming that the 2016 Trump presidential campaign had colluded with the RNC in voter intimidation efforts, and that Trump’s commission to examine suspected Democratic voter fraud was, in the words of Sen. Cory Booker (D-NJ), “a thinly veiled voter suppression effort”….

      on January 9, 2018, Judge Vazquez ruled that the Democratic National Committee did not prove that the RNC violated the Consent Decree prior to its Dec. 1, 2017, expiration date….

      And with that, Judge Vazquez, an Obama appointee, ended that noxious 1982 Consent Decree legal agreement between the RNC and DNC which had tied the Republican Party’s hands from contesting elections and investigating vote fraud for 36 years.“ — End of 1982 Consent Decree: GOP finally can contest vote fraud after 36 years

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      • WRB says:

        The Senate has the right to not seat a Senator. Article I, Section 5: Each House shall be the Judge of the Elections, Returns and Qualifications of its own Members…
        In other words, if a majority of the Senate say the election was fraudulent, they could refuse to seat Nelson. I doubt they would ever exercise this power, but they could…

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  12. fanbeav says:

    Just had to listen to liberals in my office today screaming that Jim Acosta was “censored” by having his press pass removed! They actually stated that the video Sarah Huckabee Sanders provided was doctored!

    Had to hold my tongue and run to my car so I would not explode! And these are professionals who work in an investment management firm!

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    • Will says:

      You can’t argue facts and logic with liberals. They exist in a fact-free zone. There are plenty of clips of that Acosta encounter online for anyone to view. If one is interested in facts, that is.

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    • The video was actually doctored . The morons at infowars speed the Acosta movement up making it look more violent than it was.
      That said the decision was right and he inappropriately touched the intern and thats what Sarah said.

      Never trust any material from infowars and other conspiracy sites. Sharing their stuff will make you look bad sooner than later.

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    • mostlyogauge says:

      fanbeav, I feel your pain. I worked for a multi-billion $$ company in the mid/late-oughts. The CFO of one of the divisions thought ozero was the best thing since sliced bread, and this CFO was a very smart guy, an accounting wiz. No matter what anyone told him, he was not going to be swayed. I continue to be amazed and disappointed about how soooo many smart people can be taken in by all of the libtard BS.

      My SO has a very good explanation for this, so I think. The libtards are going with nothing but emotion. No facts, no reasoning, no critical thinking; just pure emotion. They took his press pass? Why, they can’t do that!! He is a reporter! That’s mean! They can’t do that! Blah blah blah.

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      • Hereward the Woke says:

        Mostly, I am surrounded 10 hours a day by liberals. They are all richer than me and it’s often torture listening to their insanity and complete lack of objective thinking. Maybe it’s something in the water!

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    • ezpz2 says:

      It’s even worse, fanbeav. That *lasyer* on the View, Sonny Hostin, says the young intern assaulted Accota, not the other way around.

      And no, I don’t watch the View. Just saw the headline with accompanying clip on a couple of sites.

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    • Lcsmom says:

      You should just laugh at them. Such ridiculous drama.

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  13. Pam says:

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  14. SandraOpines says:

    Tell em Lil Marco

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  15. Evelyn says:

    Excellent Postmortem, highly recommended. The “blue wave” turned out to be a Smurf with prostate trouble. Bring in the closer:

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    • itswoot says:

      “The “blue wave” turned out to be a Smurf with prostate trouble.”

      The “blue tinkle”!

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    • winky says:

      I believe this is a pretty accurate analysis …especially on Sessions. The other night I posted that I believed Jeff Sessions completed his job and I was referred to as a “spinner” by a fellow treeper…..really out of line. When I saw Sessions leaving the WH and he got in the vehicle with his thumb up I knew in my heart he was ok. I have seen comments here calling him a traitor etc and that just really hurts.

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  16. Pam says:

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  19. Anonymous says:

    Good article from Themarketswork analyzing the Papa Bongino interview and adding extra questions. I like how he probes for truth wherever it goes.

    https://themarketswork.com/2018/11/07/questions-for-george-papadopoulos/

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  20. Pam says:

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  22. Sneaky Pete says:

    More from the stinkin’ rule of law no longer applies file:

    Former NY DEM. AG Eric “We Could Rarely Have Sex Without Him Beating Me” Schneiderman Escapes Charges
    https://www.zerohedge.com/news/2018-11-08/former-ny-ag-eric-we-could-rarely-have-sex-without-him-beating-me-schneiderman

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  23. Pam says:

    Liked by 9 people

    • G3 says:

      Shame on Howie Kurtz for his discription on FOX.

      Liked by 6 people

      • ezpz2 says:

        Shame on fox. All of it
        .
        Much as I feel bad for the harassment and threats on Tucker and his family, I was a little disappointed to hear his glowing eulogy of Sessions’ tenure as AG, along with some not so subtle disdain for the way POTUS has treated him.

        But on a positive note, it’s making my pending decision to ‘cut the cable cord’ a little easier. Need to make calls, get info and comparison shop.

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        • oldschool says:

          agree ez, tucker’s syrup made me sick

          Liked by 1 person

        • Mandy says:

          You will be SO GLAD once you cut the cord! Just saw a recent article from Zerohedge, even all the “streaming services” are cratering – because people are finding out THEY DO NOT NEED THOSE SERVICES EITHER! We’re a bit nerdy here so we watch lots of documentaries and lecture series, there are plenty of those types of things available online. Archive.org even has some movies you can watch for free! There are other sources, too – too many to name here – all FREE and you can find pretty much any television series or movie.

          Take that money you’ll save and buy yourself some nice MAGA gear!

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    • kallibella says:

      AND take a look at the rest of the hyenas. They don’t boo Accoster or protest that he is causing them to not ask their questions or anything. They were probably gonna allow Accoster to do whatever including getting physical with the young woman, and were gonna sit there and allow it.
      But if the young woman would have reacted by pushing him back or slapping him for touching her, then they would all jump on her, assault her and then move to rush the President and not being content they would go to Sarah Sanderrs and assault her too!

      The Left media are the enemy of the people and they are rabid and foaming at the mouth! They are increasingly dangerous and undermine the Rule of Law.

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      • True – but if you notice many of them have their hands raised. That should tell everyone that the people in that room, who are in that room every day, were all quite aware that Jim’s Q&A was complete. Except, of course, for him..

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      • ezpz2 says:

        Kallibella, the lawyer on the view has already accused the young intern of assaulting Accosta.

        Not kidding.

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      • L. Gee says:

        What might have happened but didn’t isn’t reality. Often these kinds of things happen so quickly that people have little time to react. Plus, Accost-her seems to have had his back to most of the room, so they wouldn’t have seen a lot of what went on.

        Mind you, I’m not saying what he did was right. I’m just pointing out that projecting what we think would have happened next isn’t helpful because it may or may not be true!

        Let’s just stick with the facts: Accost-her was disrupting the conference by being rude and not following the rules. Plus, he got physical when the intern reached for the mic. Those appear to be the facts as we know them.

        My question is this: Why can’t they simply cut the mic off and turn on a different one in these instances? Then no one needs to get close to Accost-her!

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        • auscitizenmom says:

          Good suggestion.

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        • WRB says:

          >> Why can’t they simply cut the mic off <<
          Probably because if you are dealing with professionals who conduct themselves with dignity and probity, you do not need to treat them as if they are punks.

          But if they are punks, the solution is to kick them out, and never let them back in. Not (in my opinion) lower the standards to abide such behavior.

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    • WVNed says:

      Well come on now. That was a pantywaist liberal gimmedat chop at best.

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    • mostlyogauge says:

      Ha ha ha ha ha!

      You may be a democrat if you think that…….
      Acostawoman didn’t acostawoman.
      Maxine Waters, Chuck U Schumer, and Peolosi are sane.
      The GOP picked up more Senate seats because of gerrymandering.
      The ACA is a great law.
      The USA is a democracy.
      Trump colluded with Russia to steal the election.
      The ozero administration was the most transparent in history.
      Benghazi was caused by a video.
      Kavanaugh really did molest those women.
      Ballssey ford was completely honest.
      Ted Kennedy didn’t remember anything that happened.
      Joe Biden is an upstanding citizen.
      Slick Willie didn’t rape anyone.
      Hillary really did run through sniper fire.

      I could go on and on and on …

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    • Deplore Able says:

      Watch the young woman’s elbow. You can see it is forced down. Watch the young woman’s shoulder. As the elbow is pushed down, her shoulder is lowered and drawn toward Acosta.

      Can anyone seriously believe that Acosta didn’t touch her?

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      • G. Combs says:

        It was not a ‘touch’ Too much force. He Chopped her. That is what you are describing since she already had her hand on the mic he was holding and thus her arm was stablized.

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        • starfcker says:

          Look to me like Acosta hit her with everything he had (🤣🤣🤣), which wasn’t much, I grant you. No need to press charges or anything like that or make a big fuss. Best thing to do is set an example. Don’t let him back in. One and done. Who wants to be next?

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  24. JRD says:

    I have long been a critic of Senator Marco Rubio. He truly aggravated me when he said that Senator Bill Nelson was his friend and he would not campaign against him and for Rick Scott in the Florida senate race.

    But I have to commend him for his warning that the hijacking of the Florida election is in full swing. I’m sure his friends in the Senate Big Club are unhappy with him today.
    You have to give credit where it is due.

    Bill Nelson is the poster boy for term limits. He is an elitist that believes he is entitled to the seat in the senate, the wishes of the Florida electorate be damned.

    “Inside Every Progressive Is A Totalitarian Screaming To Get Out”

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    • starfcker says:

      JRD, don’t be annoyed with Rubio for refusing the campaign against Nelson. His first priority are the voters of the State of Florida, same as Nelson’s. They should be friends. They should work together for what’s best for Florida, party be damned.

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      • starfcker says:

        Let me be clear, I’m glad Nelson lost. I think Rick Scott will be a strong of an advocate for Florida as we have ever had. I just think at the end of the day, we lose sight of what’s really important. It’s the people of the state that those Senators represent.

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  25. GW says:

    What about the fact that, according to law the Acting AG has to be a currently Senate Confirmed DOJ appointee – such as the DAG or the Solicitor G ???
    If that is all true, Wittaker’s temporary appointment to the position will not go unchallenged. And, in fact some of SLL of his directives may be ignored if the swamp does not see him as being legitimate !

    I think Sundance should explore this consideration and discuss what is likely to happen.

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  26. bulwarker says:

    Chris Christie’s name is being circulated for AG. This would be a massive mistake. Christie is the guy who recommended to Trump the likely FBI spy, Mike Rogers (the former Chairman of HPSCI during Benghazi) be involved in the transition.

    Flashback:
    https://theconservativetreehouse.com/2018/10/28/spidey-senses/comment-page-1/

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    • Koot Katmando says:

      Sundance is great and love reading the analysis here. Sundance was going by spider senses. While I like spider and mine are usually right. They are not always right. Sometimes dead wrong. I think PDT is a VSG who made a major error picking Sessions. I think PDT is a fast learner and will not make the same mistake twice.

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    • railer says:

      I assume this is simply Trumpian optics, making a few RINO hearts flutter by flirting with Christie right now. If Trump wanted this guy around, he’d have been around long ago, in some capacity.

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    • SandraOpines says:

      I trust PDJT and his instincts. The rumors should be taken for what they are…. RUMORS. I will wait for POTUS to tell us what he is really doing.

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    • oldschool says:

      DJT knows Christie better than his advisors. Not worried about this one at all.

      Liked by 1 person

    • fanbeav says:

      Christie is swamp! We need a strong prosecutor who has not dwelled in the swamp!

      Liked by 1 person

    • benifranlkin says:

      Christie’s attorney for Bridgegate was Christopher Wray FBI Director!

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    • Binkser1 says:

      Wonder how well President Trump knows Christie? I’m thinking after being blind-sided and fooled by Sessions (like 99.9% of us were). someone he only knew when he was running for president, I wonder if the president wants to go with someone he truly knows (although we can never truly “know” people in politics. Other than President Trump and a few others, they’re all chameleons who change their colors to fit where they think the prevailing wins are blowing). Just a thought.

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    • L. Gee says:

      Why would Trump pick someone who has the exact same legal issues as Sessions did (being in Trump’s campaign when–supposedly–all the Russia stuff was going on)? That makes ZERO sense to me.

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  27. phoenixRising says:

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  28. completelytrue says:

    So, Qtards:
    Where are the 5,000 (or whatever # was most recently made up) sealed indictments?
    Maybe we have to wait for Black Friday or Rosh Hashanah or …?

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  29. Pam says:

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  30. itswoot says:

    Leftist Democrats deserve to be ‘MOABed’ back into the political Stone Age. A last resort until America is facing in a ‘broken arrow’ scenario.

    Liked by 2 people

  31. SHV says:

    “Appeals court says Trump admin can’t end DACA”
    ****
    9th Circuit, shocking!!! This is good, I think. SCOTUS has been kicking the can down the road on DACA because there has been no Circuit Court ruling. Now there is and hopefully SCOTUS will decide this term. DACA going down 5-3, I’m not sure RBG is going to make it back on the bench this time.

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  32. Binkser1 says:

    I am speaking out of anger right now with how Dems are trying to steal Senate seats so I’m sure there is a downside to this but: Are there any R’s who lost in any races that are within a request for a recount? If so, do it, with a special look out for fraudulent votes? Fight fire with fire. Just my opinion.

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    • oldschool says:

      We had two years to prepare for this. If elections are being stolen, I don’t blame the theifs, I put that on those in charge.

      Liked by 3 people

      • Binkser1 says:

        I agree with you. More should have been done but that doesn’t preclude us from using the same tactic they’re using.

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        • agentcommonsense says:

          Every time Wray and Neilson came out to talk about the election security issues I would get upset. They were not making Americans feel comfortable.
          I am telling you something is really off with Neilson..
          That stupid fake bombing thing was barely worth a passing eye roll we get this fake stuff so much BUT then it get serious and becomes a disgrace when Wray and Neilson do a presser praising the FBI agents and saying crap like the bombs had a sparkable powder.
          OUR TOP LAW ENFORCMENT IS IN ON THE SCAM

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      • TatonkaWoman says:

        Oldschool. Just curious what actions you’ve taken to help or encourage implemation of election security in your State. Would appreciate you sharing your experience.

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        • Tom! says:

          I missed the part of oldschools post where she claimed to be in a leadership position to propose those changes. The Republican Party has been getting rolled in elections since at least JFK. You would think by now leadership could figure this out.

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  33. Katherine McCoun says:

    I posted several times about the Very high turn out being a red flag in Davidson County/Nashville, TN in favor of the Dems. While the both Lee and Blackburn won with Clear victories and there was no Blue Wave in TN, there was Substantial increase in Dem votes.

    They actually did an excellent job of getting out their vote and significantly increases voter turn out. Why didn’t that yield the results they needed? Conservative turnout was above average for a mid term in other parts of the state and the Dems here in TN were starting from so far behind that their significant increase was not near enough to win.

    But look at what they accomplished do to activism:
    Davidson County
    2016 election – 84,550 Trump & 160,926 for Hillary/Johnson/Stein
    2018 election – 69,250 Marsha & 171,866 for Bredesen!!!!

    The 2018 numbers are Tremendous for a mid term – within a few thousand voters as a high interest general election. But who turned out?

    Regarding the GOP numbers for the two years, I do not think that we have 15,000 voters who voted for President Trump now voting for Bredesen (although there may be some in the middle as Bredesen billed himself as for the blue collar worker, some of the same voters supported President Trump). I think we mostly had 15K missing GOP/President Trump voters – voters that did not turn out and vote. Still Very high for a mid term but not as impressive as the Dems voters.

    The Dem voters turned out MORE voters for this mid term than they did for the 2016 Presidential election – by 11,000 votes!!!! Even if a few of those were voters who voted for President Trump in the ’16 election, some Dems have changed to GOP for this election. I don’t think 11K can be explained by just middle of the road voters flipping back and forth.

    Antioch (predominately minority and Heavily dem) had lines so long on Tues that they did not finish voting until 1.5 hours after the polls were supposed to have closed. that is one of the reasons that candidates refused to let the race be called to early – people were literally still voting. Also, from this turn out they had high hopes of Davidson County and increased Dem turn out across the state pulling a close victory.

    The Dem attempt at a Dem Wave here in TN fell far short but is actually impressive.

    https://sos-tn-gov-files.s3.amazonaws.com/PresidentbyCountyNov2016.pdf
    https://elections.tn.gov/county-results.php?OfficeByCounty=United%20States%20Senate

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    • railer says:

      That’s a big turnout, yes. Bredesen seems well accepted in Tennessee, and Hillary much less so. It might be hard to get somebody as unpopular as Hillary for Trump to run against, but it’d be equally hard to find somebody as trusted as Bredesen. Visiting Tennessee sporadically over the last couple decades while he was governor, Bredesen seemed to have some respect there. Candidates matter.

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      • Katherine McCoun says:

        Agreed about the dislike for Hillary and the high favorability of Bredesen. But that is only explanation for some crossover votes between parties in each election. That does not address the Very high turn out in Dem Davidson County and predominately minority areas. Crossover only partly accounts for startlingly high numbers for the Dems

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        • railer says:

          What I noticed in Detroit 2016 is that while the black vote didn’t vote for Trump, it didn’t come out strong to vote for Hillary. If they had showed up and voted for Hillary in Detroit, she would have won Michigan. You may have seen that same effect in Tennessee 2016. Voters sometimes “vote” by not showing up for an unfavorable candidate, but next election cycle a more favorable candidate draws them to come out. You can see that Trump understands these dynamics and is very delicately looking to get those stay-at-home voters to come out next time… and vote for him. A delicate dance, as they might just come out but vote for a favorable opponent.

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  34. Pam says:

    Liked by 5 people

    • benifranlkin says:

      What is big drop mean? And Bay County will increase or decrease Scott’s lead? Too cryptic for me.

      Liked by 1 person

      • andrewalinxs says:

        Bay County is the Panhandle it was hit hard by the Hurricane so reporting has been slowed down. It will increase his lead.

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        • trishinsouthernillinois says:

          Its been 2 days! Why weren’t the votes tallied & turned in on election of night?
          I’m an election judge in Illinois…i have never understood 99% all night long…
          people vote,
          feed ballot into the tabulator machine (this counts the votes, recorded on a memory card in the machine),
          polls close,
          ballot machine prints out all the runnings voted on & how many votes each candidate receives,
          judges -2 exactly – one each from the D & R judge…count the stack of ballots removed from the ballot box.
          Have to come up with correct amount of ballots voted, subtract from unused ballots.
          put in ballot transfer box.
          together both an R & D ride together to election office & deliver ALL election supplies (including sealed box of unvoted ballots):
          sealed box of voted ballots & memory card.
          Election office records results & report them, so you can see them on the tv, online, etc.
          Tah dah! PERIOD!
          It’s just that hard…results are instant.
          The only ridiculous thing in illinos is, they allow 2 or 3 weeks (not exactly sure but I’m close on that estimate) after election for mailed in ballots posted marked by election day….soooo stupid!
          So I don’t get this, “they’re still finding/counting ballots” crap!

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      • patrickhenrycensored says:

        Nelson counting on uncounted Broward votes
        Bay county is panhandle red votes

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      • Wightman farm says:

        A drop in his vote count.

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  35. WVNed says:

    Never underestimate the power of stupid people in large groups.

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  36. Pam says:

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  37. Pasaran says:

    Dear american fellows : I’m french and unaware about the detais of your constitution. Would you please answers my questions ? (forgive me if they are stupid)

    1) can PDJT make laws by executive orders ? How can they be effective ? What’s the difference between a law voted by congress and an executive order ?

    2) can PDJT and SCOTUS make a federal law banning
    -sanctuaries cities/states
    -non-ID vote (I would you have like us an official US citizen card with a PICTURE)
    -electronic vote

    3) with the proposal of Florida, ex-prisonners can vote now, wich means FLORIDA IS LOST FOR 2020 AND SO ON THE DJT VICTORY. Can POTUS and SCOTUS anihilating this proposal ? Can they make a law wich ban ex-prisonners to vote for life ?

    4) Can PDJT deporte those 11 millions of illegal immigrants even with a DEM house ? And WHY HE DIDN’T DO IT BEFORE ? To be honest, I don’t give a damn about the wall, for me, the most important is the deportation. I don’t say the wall is not important, just less important.

    5) to make short, minorities don’t give a damn about jobs and good economy. That’s mean (for me) than SAILER STRATEGY must be put. There is nothing, absolutely nothing, more important than ethnic great replacement in the US (and I don’t care if it chock civic nationalist), China, Iran, tax cuts, Israel, transgender bathrooms, obamacare…no one of those topics are even 10% important as immigration

    (btw, even deep red states voted for, less or more, social security for most of people, so I don’t think PDJT should be connected with old-fashion reagan conservatism, tax cuts, private assurance, etc. Even GOP electorate don’t want hyperliberalism (in the european sense of this word, I don’t know very well how to translate it…maybe”libertarian economics” ?)

    PS : I have often (if not alwas) noticed than, when someone ask more than one question on a forum, people answering only to one of them, or change the debate to other stuffs. I implore you to enlight me on all the questions. Thank by advance, and sorry for my bad english).

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    • phoenixRising says:

      you obviously have access to a computer…
      all of your questions can easily be answered by going online and keying in questions…
      try it… you’ll like it…

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      • Pasaran says:

        Thank you for your useless comment. Really. If you can’t see the difference between personnal opinion and random thousands of internet sites about those questions, you’re just a retard.

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      • Piper says:

        That was a response I got, back when I was very new in the treehouse.
        It was so rude and hurtful I didn’t engage with others for awhile.
        You want to persuade people to understand or point of view, but respond in such a condescending, rude, hateful way?!

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    • Sandra-VA says:

      One thing that will probably answer most of your questions:

      SCOTUS does not make Laws, Congress does.

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    • patrickhenrycensored says:

      1) Only congress can make laws
      2) Same as 1)
      3) The Florida proposal is not unconstitutional
      4) All illegal aliens can be deported (lengthy process, currently)
      5) Wasn’t a question.

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      • Pasaran says:

        Thanks for your answers. Those are very bads news. But I still hope for a miracle in 2020.

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        • Deb says:

          Why is that bad news?

          Legislation has to pass the house and the Senate to become a law. The Senate is controlled by Republicans. The President can also veto a law when is passes, or cancel it. If the President hero’s it, the Senate can override the veto with a 2/3 vote. No one has a large enough majority to do that.

          Deportation is what the law calls for. The Dems have been suing to say the laws are unconstitutional and the EO’s regarding immigration enforcement are unconstitutional. So the courts decide if they are constitutional. Both sides argue. When liberal judges make bad decisions, they are appealed. Eventually, appeals may go all the way to SCOTUS, and they can decide whether to take the case. That is why the Dems lost it over Kavanaugh.

          So we have the Senate to stop the House. The Senate also confirms judges, so we are winning.

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        • patrickhenrycensored says:

          YW

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    • Snow White says:

      Pasaran,

      There are no stupid questions. I’ll attempt to answer your questions the best I can.
      1. POTUS cannot make laws. Laws originate in Congress, because Congress is the legislative body. POTUS is in the executive branch, he can write executive orders but they can be challenged, they are not laws and can be overturned by a future president. A law made by Congress can be changed by Congress only, especially if it’s challenged and Supreme Court finds it unconstitutional. The president cam also veto a law the Congress is trying to pass.

      2. POTUS and SCOTUS cannot make laws. This is why we have separate legislative, executive and judiciary branches, to have checks and balances. Any federal law qpukd start in Congress, but what you’re asking about are state issues and individual states make their own laws.

      3.Florida is probably going blue in 2020 because of the stupid amendment 60% of the people voted for. POTUS and SCOTUS have no legal right to interfere, it’s a state issue and people voted for it.

      4. I believe POTUS can deport the 11 million illegals or more, it has been done before but it’s a gargantuan task and I don’t think it would go well with a demoncrat house. And a wall is important because otherwise we can’t protect our border.

      5. Ethnic replacement is the biggest issue in our country in my opinion as you stated. But all the other issues you stated come in second, they need to be done otherwise we have no economic growth and they’re all intertwined in the national security. If your economy is tanking and people without means to live, you’ve got a ticking time problem on your hands.

      Hope this answers your questions a little bit.

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    • kallibella says:

      I’m not a legal expert or a Constitution expert, but:

      1) The president can sign executive orders, but they are not “laws.” Only the Legislative branch of Government can make Law. That is the Congress’ job.
      A Law passed by Congress is law. It can be changed by Congress. The President and the Supreme Court enforce it as is.
      An Executive Order can be changed or stopped by the next elected president.

      2)President Trump can lobby the legislature/Congress to consider passing voting rights law, but neither he or the Supreme Court can make law.

      3) The People of Florida were asked to vote on a proposal their State Legislature put to their vote, and since the people voted “yes” to allow felons to vote, then I assume the Florida legislation will write it into their State voting laws officially since the People gave them the ok. In the future, the State legislature can revisit the Law and change it or repeal it if enough support is behind it, but the President or SCOTUS can’t do anything about it.

      4) As far as I understand it, the current legal immigration system does allow for undocumented illegal aliens to be deported just on the basis of entering the country illegally. Further they can also be deported if they have a criminal record of crimes committed in the USA in addition to illegal entry into the country. That is what the President is trying to do currently, but the Left is making it politically impossible for him to do. The wall would also be a legal way to manage illegal aliens.

      5) I don’t know what the Sailer Strategy is. But if I understand your point, I would say that the way the Left has attempted to change the USA is to flood our shores and borders with people from cultures that want and expect big government in their lives. That is why the Left loves to open our borders to low skill workers and people from socialist or failed government, because the Left offer them what those people demanded their own governments to provide for them until those government went bankrupt.The Left expect those immigrants legal or not to vote for them by continuing to offer them stuff.
      Our immigration has to be merit based and only to fill the labor market needs we can’t by employing our own native born labor force, or by those in the USA legally.

      Hope this is helpful! 🙂

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  38. Pam says:

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  39. Moe Grimm says:

    The industrial media morons are speculating Sessionzz replacement. Thus far their infinite wisdom includes Pam Biondi and Christopher Christie. I pray PDT thinks this through as carefully as he’s ever done in his very Life. Not one more deadly mistake which I believe either of these two speculative choices would be. I also sincerely hope he abandons his apparent affinity for HarvardYale graduates and find one with for ex. 75%/25% respectively private/gov sector proven legal expertise. More, his selection MUST demonstrate a clear understanding of the now voluminous evidence of the treason and felonies committed by 0bama’s (he himself passively or actively), Dept. of Just-Us and their armed proxy fbi, Clinton/Dept. of State, Brennan/CIA, Clapper/DNI-DIA, and the illegally formed “Mueller investigation in absolute violation of U.S. 28 CFR 600.7 let alone and Subsec.28 CFR 45.2(c). If not an agreed upon predicate there is really no legitimacy to this government. Never again another 560+ pg. opus issued by Horowitz or like ilk documenting outright treason and sedition “concluded” with a few lines which in essence state: “With taken 560+ pages to p!ss in your ear and tell you it’s raining. Be happy you got this much”. And I STILL want to know WHO Evelyn Farkas “freinds on the Hill” are. Every. Single. Name.

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  40. Pam says:

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  41. Watching what is happening now in Florida, I will once again share my Election Night 2000 story with all of you. As my husband and I were watching Gore’s motorcade driving to make his concession speech that late evening, I said to my husband “you know, I always feel so bad for the losers, ya know?” My husband swiveled his head toward me and in the most serious tone said, “don’t you EVER feel bad for Democrats. EVER. They are horrible people and never deserve our sympathy.”

    And then the motorcade turned around and headed back….

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  42. Octavia says:

    Protest for the firing of Jeff Sessions, by those ignoring the resignation letter, in 900 cities across the nation. Watch where you drive Thursday Nov 8 @5:00pm:

    https://www.zerohedge.com/news/2018-11-08/left-organizes-response-events-900-cities-protest-firing-jeff-sessions

    Search you location on the map:

    https://act.moveon.org/event/mueller-firing-rapid-response-events/search/?akid=.37597971.MscvEB

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    • WVNed says:

      The thing about leftists is they will eventually come to try and kill us and take our stuff.
      That history stuff they don’t teach anymore is repeating.

      Liked by 5 people

      • Trump Train says:

        Exactly why they want to take away the 2A. Those of us in free states can defend ourselves…………..

        Liked by 5 people

      • Piper says:

        Oh, I hope they do!
        Then we can finally have a real fight.
        Not this antifa sucker punching sh@t!

        So many of us are just WAITING for it to finally get set off!

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      • jello333 says:

        I don’t want a civil war, I really don’t. But if we have one, I think we can all predict the outcome. Sure, people on both sides will suffer greatly, but obviously one much more than the other. So even if WE won’t get to celebrate much during or in the immediate aftermath, young people 20 or 30 years from now, when studying history, will all be saying, “Wow, I’m sure glad the Trump-aligned side won that!”

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    • Dora says:

      Oh no! Look who else will be out there!

      ====

      MSNBC’S MADDOW ORGANIZING STREET MARCHES TO PROTEST SESSIONS FIRING

      ‘This is a “break the glass in case of emergency” moment’

      https://news.grabien.com/story-msnbcs-maddow-organizing-street-marches-protest-sessions-fir

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    • Summer says:

      OMG, the kooks want Sessions “in charge” of the Department of Injustice so badly they protest his resignation. What does it tell you?

      Liked by 3 people

      • G. Combs says:

        They will protest anything at the drop of a Soros paycheck.

        THIS is what is really going on:
        “…William R. Russell… was in Russia soon after the Bolsheviks seized power and spent considerable time there, working on Creel propaganda against the Germans, for the Bolsheviks, and later against the Bolsheviks. Russell described how he saw the communist tradecraft:

        The way they worked their way to the seizure of power was as follows: Talk about peace, talk about social equality, especially among those most oppressed. Talk about organization of labor, and penetrate into every labor union. Talk on soapboxes. Publish pamphlets and papers. Orate and harangue. Play on envy. Arouse jealousy. Separate class from class. Try to break down the democratic processes from within. Accustom the people to picketing, strikes, mass meetings. Constantly attack the leaders in every way possible so that the people will lose confidence. Then in time of national peril, during a war, on the occasion of a great disaster, or of a general strike, walk into the capital and seize the power. A well-organized minority can work wonders.

        With the election of Trump the Fabian Progressives have now unleashed their ANARCHIST Commie friends.

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  43. fred5678 says:

    Now that we have a YUGE majority on SCOTUS, let’s get that 9th circus DACA decision fixed!!

    Looks like 8 to 3 or at least 7 to 4 to me!!

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  45. Pam says:

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  46. rustybritches says:

    Fox has found itself on the same path with all the other left leaning Sub Stations and evenually they will begin to lose too, but it will take time because they are high in the rating but you cant believe any thing that comes out of most of the anchors mouths these days I always thought that no matter what Lou Dobbs an Hannity would stay faithful to the Conservative point of view but in order to keep their jobs the past two weeks they have both gone to the other side too, and that’s sad, The left is winning by all their attacks on this President and sad but if you could hear how some of the people in Calif Talk about him its really too bad..

    One thing for sure You cant believe anything that Judge Nap has to say and he is wrong about what the President Did with appointing the new AG.. but he can ward off some of the worst things coming from the Dems right now and that’s great So glad that Sessions is gone

    OH YES, TO THE DEMS WHO VOTED FOR THE DEMS WITH THEIR PROMISE TO GIVE YOU
    PAID FOR HEALTH CARE, YOU WILL NOT BE GETTING It that’s a joke..
    The Socialist can promise anything but the dems cant just pass anything with out the President Signiture and he is not going to sign any bill that does what this Medicare for all would do to the United States.. You voted for something that is never going to happen.

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    • covfefe999 says:

      I don’t understand why the Dems are whining so much about poor health care. Obamacare is still in effect. Everyone is supposed to be insured, right? The poorer people get free or subsidized insurance. Who is uninsured? The middle class who cannot get subsidies but cannot afford the expensive Obamacare plans, but I’m pretty sure they’re not Dems.

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    • andyocoregon says:

      Did you even watch Sean Hannity’s show tonight? He hasn’t “gone to the other side”. He really criticized all the loony liberal protesters and politicians.

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  47. phoenixRising says:

    AD REM

    My last two comments have gone to the bin
    please check

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  48. Pam says:

    Brilliant work by OAN. LOL!

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  49. Katherine McCoun says:

    Part 2 comments on TN results and Dem “blue wave” efforts in TN:

    When we look at results from state to state to get a feel on where the Dems/GOP voters est. will fall we need to not just look at President Trump v. Hillary voting totals in ’16. In TN and other states there were others who ran who actually made an decisive impact. If we look at Just Trump v. Hillary we are not including a Large number of Johnson & Stein voters and some McMullin voters on the right. The Johnson and Stein voters will come down on the side of the Dems in other races such as for gov or senate races.

    In TN, the Johnson and Stein voters add over 86,000 votes to the Dem side and McMullin ads 10K to the GOP voters. I included all the Dem voter totals in my Part 1 focusing on Davidson County and they still turned out significantly more Dem voters in total than for the presidential election in ’16! Impressive work on their part.

    Totals for TN turnout comparison:
    2016 GOP voters/Trump/McMullin 1,534,916
    2018 Blackburn 1,224,042

    2016 Dem voters/Hillary/Stein/Johnson/socialist Kennedy 975,359
    2018 Bredesen 981,667

    Statewide Dems turnout More voters in 2018 for a midterm than they did in 2016 for a presidential election! There may be some that voter for President Trump that voted for Bredesen as there is common appeal (image wise but not in actual policy) but that is a Fantastic turn out for the Dems. A true success from their starting point, which was already very far behind.

    GOP turn out was impressive and unusual for a mid term but no where close to what the Dems accomplished. The GOP is “missing” almost 300,000 voters in comparison to 2016.

    Crossovers account from some that are “missing” from GOP 2018 totals and increases in Dem totals but that is not the full story. There actually was a successful Blue Wave of sorts in TN – it just crashed against a the high cliffs of a GOP dominate state. If we had soft shores/closer margins this would have been a huge victory.

    for those who can go deeper, the question is how many of the Dem voters were “lost” GOP voters, voters that voted President Trump in ’16 but went to Dems in ’18 v. just a highly motivated Dem party that impressively out worked the GOP in TN.

    links from which I pulled my numbers
    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/United_States_presidential_election_in_Tennessee,_2016
    https://www.washingtonpost.com/election-results/tennessee/?utm_term=.4eddcbbec443

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  50. phoenixRising says:

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    • LeastInterestingManInTheWorld says:

      Dateline Nov 6th, 2018 David Brat Cancels Political Career…….

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    • ParteaGirl says:

      Distance yourself from Trump = lose
      Embrace Trump = win

      I also talked to someone from Brat’s district on Election Day. From his impression, Brat became concerned about alienating the women’s vote. That ‘s a defensive posture. If only Brat ran on that ONE issue that got him elected the first time- IMMIGRATION. As a woman, that has been my number one issue for YEARS. Women want to be protected. Simple. Most of us aren’t that hard to figure out.

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      • covfefe999 says:

        Well that’s just crazy because Trump got more than 50% of the women vote so clearly women are not an issue. It was a close race, Trump’s help could have pushed him just a little bit higher and enough for the win. Possibly fatal mistake on Brat’s part.

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      • Cumbaya says:

        ‘Most of us (women) aren’t that hard to figure out.’
        You got that right…my wife is always right ! even when she changes her mind three times in a brief discussion…Yes dear, whatever you say dear…yea, that’s the ticket.

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      • 6x47 says:

        Read an article about how Ryan was MIA during the recent House elections. The GOP effort to keep the House was rudderless and uncoordinated due to his lack of leadership. I saw a GOP House candidate (not mine) running bizarre attack ads against his opponent. One criticizing her for being an attorney and representing unsavory clients. Imagine that! He won, but I don’t know how. He never even identified his party, it was only by looking him and her up I was able to find out what party they were. He didn’t even mention PDJT or MAGA. Not once.

        Normally its Democrats who decline to state their party affiliation.

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      • highdezertgator says:

        Republicans are incapable of campaigning…. Always too nice… no cajones… never go for the throat … always on defense…. MSM controls their narrative (thinking)
        Always yammering about taxes…majority of voters are worried about health care and immigration. (health and personal security)

        Taxes: On average, those in the bottom 40% of the income spectrum end up getting money from the government. Meanwhile, the richest 20% of Americans, by far, pay the most in income taxes, forking over nearly 87% of all the income tax collected by Uncle Sam

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      • sunnydaze says:

        Great. Just what women need. Someone who’s pandering for a “Women’s Vote”.

        FYI Brat and anyone else who cares: Women are individuals, just like men are.

        How did he propose to go after this elusive “Women’s Vote”? What’s the One.Thing. that’s supposed to unify ALL women?

        Really hope whoever you spoke with was misinformed, partea.

        Last thing we need is Republicans getting in on this Identity Politics Sh*show.

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        • covfefe999 says:

          It drives me crazy when they talk like women vote in a bloc. Trump got more women’s votes than Hillary did, but it was pretty close to 1/2. Clearly there is no bloc. The illogic is just so absurd!

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    • Cumbaya says:

      In the article – ‘Brat had been unwilling to fight against GOP House leadership and House Speaker Paul Ryan (R-Wis.) going back as far back as one year.’
      That was very obvious whenever Lou Dobbs had him on and Lou questioned him and other Repub Reps about ‘inept’ Ryan. They’re collective non-response was deafening. All of them did that, even some of the most likeable ones like Brat, Meadows, Gaetz, DeSantis, Jordan, and others…very squishy in their responses. DeSantis even went out of his way to go against PDJT when the kerfuffle over the number of deaths in Puerto Rico came up a few weeks before midterms.

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    • fanbeav says:

      He was probably given “incentives” to not campaign very hard!

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    • 6x47 says:

      “DOH!” – Homer J. Simpson

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    • Was Brat bought off by the D-rats or Deep State?
      … or was he just stupid?

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      • ladypenquin says:

        He is a nice guy, but at heart a professor of economics, not a politician. He obviously had poor political instincts. That said, he district was rigged against him by the Dems so that factored a little. More than that, millions of dollars were poured into Dem targeted races and that did make a big difference. In VA-02, same thing. Dems started out the gate full steam ahead – especially TV ads. Taylor was late and inadequate. He didn’t have the same money. RNCC gave it all to Comstock in Northern Virginia where she went down 10pts. Brat and Taylor barely lost. That was the difference.

        In the years since 2008, the VA GOP has done a lousy job…

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        • Yep. The RPV is terribly inadequate.

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        • VA GOP used to have good folks in charge. Lost it sometime during Geo Allen’s governorship. He was affable but not that bright, imho. Gilmore bright but divisive, McDonnell–well petty corruption and seems like his wife ran the show (she was, as I recall, a former Redskins cheerleader).
          Folks in Richmond got fooled by Kaine, thought he was a moderate Dem (not). Then of course we had the uber crooked McAuliffe (Clinton fixer). Nice guy Republicans do not know how to handle crooks!
          So it is heartening that Scott, Rubio et. al are fighting hard in FL. NO compromise with these evil people.

          It makes me ill to see what has happened to the Commonwealth. But with Washington and the fed’l bureaucracy growing like topsy, NoVA has taken over the state and too many Deep state folks. So so sad.

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    • dallasdan says:

      So, he wasn’t serious about serving in the House. Did he have a better offer?

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