November 9th – 2018 Presidential Politics – Trump Administration Day #659

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  1. Grandma Covfefe says:

    🇺🇸 — 2 more days til Veterans Day—-3 more days til Observed Veterans Day — 🇺🇸
    — 13 more days til Thanksgiving Day —

    MAGA
    Thank You, Lord, for President Trump, his MAGA Team, and all his supporters.
    Lord, keep them all safe in all they do and go daily. In Jesus’ Name we pray…Amen.

    🌟 “ Put on the full armor of God, so that you can take your stand against the devil’s schemes.” 🌟 Eph 6:11
    -————————————————
    Congratulations to Justice Kavanaugh on his SC investiture
    ———————————————–
    🙏 **Pray**
    — for President Trump and FLOTUS safe round trip to France –Nov 9-11th
    (Dep 9:20am ET — Arr about 4pm ET)
    — for Ruth Ginsberg—that she need to acknowledge it’s time for her to step down.
    — that all voter fraud will be exposed
    — invaders lose their will to invade USA
    — for Guardian Angels along our borders
    — for our Military and LEOs –- protection and readiness
    — for victims of Thousand Oaks, Ca shooting
    —————————————————————————–
    ” We will face challenges. We will confront hardships. But we will get the job done. ”
    🇺🇸 — Donald J. Trump, President of the United States — 🇺🇸

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    • wendy forward says:

      I live in the Westlake/TO area and used to play at a bridge club that shares a parking lot with that club. In fact I met the BF at the bridge club. I like cowboy bars, but that one always creeped me out big time. Never went in, but the people I saw going in and the purple light inside creeped me out and they used to stand outside the bridge club and smoke. BF felt the same way–although I must admit the night games at the bridge club are pretty creepy too!

      Thanks as always for your beautiful prayers Grandma.

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    • Dutchman says:

      Bless you Grandma. As often hapoens, I save this thread for last, and as I get heated up angry, both from the topics of the other threads, and some of the responces, too. It makes me feverishly angry.
      Then, I come here, and your opening post is like a wet washcloth on my forehead, it soothes and is a salve to the soul.
      Apperently thos dead just ain’t staying dead!
      Anyway, thanks and AMEN!

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    • keebler AC says:

      ⭐️Amen!⭐️
      🙏Amen!🙏
      PDJT Amen! PDJT

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    • MelH says:

      When I start to comment and the page suddenly whirls so i can’t even find the place to Reply, I wonder if i am supposed to take the hint that my Reply is not appreciated so i should go away.

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      • G. Combs says:

        That is what the WordUnimpressed Censors WANT you to think.

        It has nothing to do with Sundance or the moderators. Certain words or links to certain websites will get your comment booted into the ether and NOT into moderation. E.M. Smith @ Chiefio.wordpress.com checked it out and found my comment were being sent straight to TRASH and not spam. JoNova verified this observation.

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      • amwick says:

        So I see whirling pages a lot too. People post links to pics and to tweets and all kinds of stuff that expand suddenly. It’s like those little foam pills that you throw in water and boom, all the sudden there is a foam dinosaur. When the link expands it makes the page swirl…. At least that is what I think…
        That, and if you are new, there are some kind of checks that may look like your post is being refused or delayed. Don’t take it personally, because it is not. I went through some really confusing stuff when I first posted here. This blog has moderators, they do a great job keeping everything working really well. You may not see it, but it does happen…
        I do not believe there is censorship here, but there is civility. There are guidelines to follow, basically they require polite discourse. No bad language, no insults.. that is not censorship.. In fact it encourages communication because you can post an opinion and not be afraid that someone will call you an idiot or a sht head or worse.
        Hope this helps..

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  2. Everywhereguy says:

    Halt election thievery, NOW

    Liked by 15 people

    • Monadnock says:

      I’m seeing tweets suggesting that Gov Scott sent in the state police to seize all ballots in Broward and Palm Beach counties – hope that’s real…

      Liked by 15 people

    • Grandma Covfefe says:

      I’m wondering now, that this Jim Acosta presser drama along with April Ryan in front of President Trump was planned so to distract everyone from the massive voter frauds that was going on in Florida and Arizona. Notice the news isn’t talking about Acosta as much as it did yesterday.

      Evil Fake Media.

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    • Texian says:

      The corruption and political violence of the Left is out of control.. They are stealing America right in front of us.. And all the while we have our leader in the Executive office.. The ultimate in-your-face insult to America. It is crumbling and the cracks are beginning to show.. Now the ballot box isn’t working anymore..

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      • Mandy says:

        “four boxes keep us free. Soap. Jury. Ballot. Ammo.” I don’t know where the saying originated, but it’s an old one I learned years ago.

        Soap box is being quickly destroyed. Delayed some by the internet, but as conservative voices continue to be silenced online…

        Jury was destroyed with the OJ trial (that showed everyone that the guilty can go free as long as they own at least one juror).

        Ballot is being destroyed right now in front of our very eyes.

        Ammo….well…..yeah. There’s that.

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        • Grandma Covfefe says:

          Thank God for 2nd amendment.

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        • steph_gray says:

          It’s a wonderful quote but I completely disagree on this one:

          Soap box is being quickly destroyed. Delayed some by the internet, but as conservative voices continue to be silenced online…

          Our new soap box IS the Internet and it is thriving! We have a growing and strong conservative media that could only have been dreamed of in the days of 3 channels with the likes of Walter Cronkite on all of them. Social media is thrashing around trying to stop it now but IMHO their efforts will be in vain in the long run. Furthermore, the 1 to 1 connection of deplorables through smartphones, multiplying into the millions daily, means more and more sunlight as less and less can be hidden.

          Finally, we are both currently commenting on the most thriving and intelligent alternative news site in the entire world!

          She declaims – from her virtual soapbox!

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      • Bullseye says:

        People need to start going to jail or it will continue and keep escalating.

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  3. citizen817 says:

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    • wendy forward says:

      Thank you, Mr. President. We love you here in the dark heart of Kommifornia!

      Liked by 8 people

      • Pegm says:

        Dang right we do!

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      • millwright says:

        I have carefully studied both the Las Vegas mass shooting and the recent CA mass shooting and have discovered a common factor ! Its Country Music ! All we have to do is ban Country Music at public gathrings and our mass-shooting problems are solved ! [ sarc]

        There were a great many heroes and heroines in the Borderline Bar and Grill in Thousand Oaks, CA – foremost among them is Sgt. Ron Helus of the Ventura County Sheriff’s Dept . who died confronting the active shooter . May God Bless you Sgt. Helus !

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    • evergreen says:

      There should exist strict liability for jurisdictions which keep laws that disarm eligible citizens. Any citizen who complies and is injured or worse by one who disobeys the same law shall be compensated immensely by the jurisdiction(s) and venues which mandated his helplessness.

      Perfect protection is impossible; therefore, any such jurisdiction will become insolvent after a number of routine crimes. Only self interest can protect the typical citizen by creating a likelihood of encounter with armed, lawful citizens at random.

      The only way to restore safety and civility is to honor the Bill of Rights.

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      • wendy forward says:

        Soft target that night-college country night. It’s not a real cowboy bar anyway-I don’t think this would have happened at a real one with regular clientele.

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        • wendy forward says:

          I don’t expect the place to reopen-and of course it will be hit with massive lawsuits. I might e-mail the guy who owns the bridge club and send him good wishes.

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        • Gil says:

          There are two massive fires that started this afternoon right around there. Even if they wanted to reopen, they cant.

          A quick-moving wildfire that started Thursday afternoon in the Santa Rosa Valley jumped the 101 Freeway and is likely to head all the way to the Pacific Ocean amid high winds, Ventura County fire official said.

          The Hill Fire has prompted mandatory evacuations affecting at least 1,200 homes  – and forced the closure of the busy 101 Freeway, which is likely to remain off-limits to traffic overnight. Naval Base Ventura County Point Mugu was under a mandatory evacuation order.

          The Hill Fire was burning just a few miles from the site of mass shooting that also brought out Ventura County first responders Thursday at the Borderline Bar & Grill in Thousand Oaks.

          Only 1 of 3 fires that started right before a santa ana wind weekend.
          An arsonist was seen trying to torch multiple spots in san berdoo mountains also, but not caught.

          https://ktla.com/2018/11/08/wildfire-burns-through-100-acres-in-ventura-county-as-residents-are-told-to-evacuate/

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      • Dutchman says:

        Reducing or eliminating “gun free zones”, would be a good start. You KNOW, being a bar, and in califorinicate, it eas a gun free zone .

        To bad the shooter didn’t read the sign, maybe he’ s dislexic?

        Oh, yeah they have the gun symbol, with the line thru it, for those who can’t read.
        Wow,,I am bumfuzzled. They MUST have had the sign,….why didn’t it WORK?!!./s

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        • starfcker says:

          I personally think banning guns from bars is one of the all-time best ideas. Ever work in a bar, dude?

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          • wolfmoon1776 says:

            In states that I know of, where concealed arms are allowed in bars, and the owner does not post a gun prohibition, the carrier CANNOT drink. Bars are (as you so rightly note) still a very risky environment, but that may be all the more reason to have some carriers present. The non-drinking exception also allows for there to be armed undercover security staff, bodyguards, armed designated drivers, etc. Armed bouncers are generally not a good idea, IMO – too much physical contact and eyes on them. The risk of a grabbed gun is really high.

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            • Kalbo says:

              Gun free zones are a target rich environment. They should be banned.

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              • wolfmoon1776 says:

                Agreed. Gun-free zones CAUSE mass killings.

                There are VERY few places that should qualify, IMO. Courts, police stations, mental health facilities, etc. Places where OFFICERS may need to disarm because of close proximity to criminals and mental patients. OTOH, JUDGES need to be allowed to carry on the job and almost anywhere.

                Most public places that are being used NOW for mass killings BECAUSE they are gun-free zones need to NOT be gun-free zones.

                If I was going to reform concealed carry, there would be FEWER forbidden zones, MORE training, and SHALL ISSUE everywhere. The “more training” part would allow national reciprocity to become a reality, which is important. States could exempt training for themselves, but I think national reciprocity almost HAS to require a reasonably high level of training to become law.

                There is no reason the armed attacker in that bar should not have been taken out immediately by a concealed carrier.

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                • evergreen says:

                  To your point about fewer forbidden zones…the county or state that carries such a law where the county or the state IS the forbidden zone ought to be held to strict liability for every injury. Clearly, law enforcement cannot proactively protect all people. Only individuals in the moment have a chance at doing that. By being disarmed, they are marshmallow targets. They perish, the state cares not, and the state will prosecute the next citizen caught violating the law to prevent being the next victim. The state doesn’t care.

                  Make the county and state liable, and now they care a lot more, particularly at the lower levels. The ultimate solution would be if personal liability were to attach to lawmakers in Bill of Rights nullification, then we’d see the Rights fully restored.

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                • wolfmoon1776 says:

                  You have a great point, and I hope that people see that your point OBEYS THE TRUMP DOCTRINE – the Trump doctrine of properly assigned responsibility. Very important. That’s why it would work.

                  So rather than find the flaws in any particular implementation – the way progress on this always DOESN’T happen – we need to find ways to properly make it work!

                  Pro-gun people need to WRITE CC LAWS so that lawsuits for outcomes of gun-free zones are part of the laws.

                  And BEST OF ALL, note that TRIAL LAWYERS will LOVE THIS!!! 😉

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            • amwick says:

              Good point… concealed carry laws have changed. That was fairly recent.

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  4. citizen817 says:

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  5. flame says:

    WAKE UP Conservatives

    Liked by 2 people

    • jrapdx says:

      I’m awake! Now what?

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      • Majik says:

        Guerrilla warfare
        Guerrilla warfare is a form of irregular warfare in which a small group of combatants, such as paramilitary personnel, armed civilians, or irregulars, use military tactics including ambushes, sabotage, raids, petty warfare, hit-and-run tactics, and mobility to fight a larger and less-mobile traditional military. Wikipedia

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    • Majik says:

      I watched two minutes of that video, and strongly disagree!!! It looks like disinfo and a con job to me.

      I know a LOT of legal immigrants, now US citizens. They cover many races and origins. And at least 85% are very conservative, hard working, MAGA spirits. There are strong reasons WHY they came here, for our unique system “For the People, By the People,” and they work hard to succeed and become part of USA.

      I counter that it is FRAUD and psyops on sheeple that perverted the election from what it really was.

      Last week, I was sitting on a beach in Kaua’i on vacation. A lady struck up a conversation with me. The first 5 min were pleasant, then she got comfortable and started to push politics.

      First it was gun control, I politely destroyed her arguments. Then it was Kavenaugh. Again, I politely twisted her into a logic trap. Then she went on a major “Republicans are stealing the elections by disenfranchising brown people” tirade. Just then, my brown wife came out of the ocean, listened to her for two minutes, then said “let’s get out of here. Why are you listening to this moron?”

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    • Nancy Steger says:

      What will it be like for our children and grandchildren when they are in the minority and hated for their ancestors’ colonialism, white privilege, systemic racism, etc., etc.?

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    • Grandma Covfefe says:

      👀 👀 👀

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  6. citizen817 says:

    On the phone with
    Tucker Carlson (11:15)

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  7. Kay Emig says:

    Please pray for us in AZ that we don’t get that Dem whackadoodle installed for Senator with the shenanigans going on…

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    • jrapdx says:

      Haven’t heard a word out of AZ about guarding against fraud. Is anything happening? What is your Republican governor doing about it?

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      • Kay Emig says:

        Nothing that I’ve heard. The Dem has a 9,000+ vote lead now.

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        • benifranlkin says:

          several hundred more votes to count from Maricopa (RED) county favorable to McSally

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          • dave says:

            So how does several hundred overtake 9,000

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            • MAGAbear says:

              Think he/she meant hundreds of thousands of votes, which there are still awaiting to be counted. Why it takes them that long to count votes in some states is bewildering. The magic of early voting I suppose.

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              • They hand count, which makes the votes more valid, but also takes much longer than counting by hackable machines.

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              • Floyd Pink says:

                Last I read, there are approximately 345,000 early ballots, provisional ballots, and early ballots which were dropped off at the wrong precinct left to count.
                Here in AZ, supposedly they verify the signature on each and every early ballot. Some years back I got a phone call about my signature being illegible. I had to sign a new slip of paper and return it to the county recorder’s office while the count was ongoing. My handwriting is beyond horrible

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        • jrapdx says:

          Sad. Democracy has been set back immeasurably by weak and inadequate governance. I’m deeply, deeply disappointed in performance of Republicans, truly tragic for the nation.

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          • trishinsouthernillinois says:

            Democracy?
            Article 4. Section 4!

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            • jrapdx says:

              While each state is formed on “republican principles”, election of Senators directly by the population in each of the states is democratic in nature. It’s a sad day for the state of those democratic elections that the will of the people is subverted by fraudulent activity by the ironically named “Democrat” party.

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              • mari says:

                Why is it the only “missing ballots” are for Democrats?

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                • jrapdx says:

                  Good question! Seems a lot of people are asking it, so far no answer forthcoming from the elections officials. But guess what people are surmising about it? Yup, they’re not counting votes but inventing them. It’s only going to get more interesting from here.

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      • kea says:

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      • mari says:

        Do they even have Republicans watching the count? Or are the Dems waiting to see if they get away with stealing Florida so they can easily get Arizona?

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        • jrapdx says:

          Beats me. Supposedly, in FL there are R lawyers looking at things, but evidently the elections officials were counting (or inventing) votes overnight, obviously out of sight of anyone else. Not sure what the situation in AZ is, but it’s very odd that the Senate results change drastically, but not other races, like the governor contest. Sure SEEMS something’s wrong in AZ, but I don’t know how to explain it.

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        • icehole3 says:

          I heard Lindsay Graham on Hannity the other day say it’s a big deal and they’re being watched. He had no concerns and that a lot of the votes left were military.

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          • steph_gray says:

            Thank you! I don’t like to jump to the worst conclusion before knowing facts.

            Still a dangerous situation. But G Combs’ information about the 36-year-old injunction against Republicans’ contesting election fraud which was rescinded last year gives me great hope that 1) VSGPDJT’s administration has prepared well, and 2) action WILL be taken – it won’t be “Nothing is ever done” situation this time.

            And by the way, we did succeed in FL in 2000 – and the Supreme Court we have now is better than then – in fact, it may be even better than now, early in the coming year, if nature takes its likely course…

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        • NC Patriot says:

          Law enforcement and lawyers from both sides are there. Now that the Republicans can fight back (after that judge ended his 36 year injunction) they ARE. They are in court as we speak. Law enforcement have been called to the election centers in the two counties. (by Gov. Scott)

          Rush, who lives in Fla–and has many contacts, said we will NOT lose Florida.

          I hope the years of Broward County Election tampering will be busted wide open once and for all. But it will be ugly for a while.

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      • NC Patriot says:

        The Republicans have filed some sort of lawsuit out there haven’t they?

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        • jrapdx says:

          Yes they have, from what I gather they’re trying to get extended time for voter verification in 12 counties that turned in counted votes on time, whereas 3 extended time to check voters unlike the other counties. GOP wants all counties (and ballots) to be treated alike. (The 12 law-compliant counties are majority GOP.)

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    • olderwiser21 says:

      Kay, we will for sure. Just read whereas of two days ago there were still one million outstanding early voting ballots yet to be counted. Let’s hope the good people of Arizona can see the difference between someone like Sinema vs. someone like McSally. In my mind, there is no competition, period. Go, Martha!!!

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    • Dennis Leonard says:

      I do not think praying is the answer .You people in AZ need to march on the capitol.just people.Than demand that the governor of your state bring an end to the circus.PS I know it is a lot to ask that people put down their phones for a minute.

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  8. :-) says:

    Those ignorant of history are doomed to repeat it.

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    • Lucille says:

      And just what are you insinuating, buddy!

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    • olderwiser21 says:

      What is this supposed to mean?

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      • :-) says:

        What it means is that President Trump should NOT make the same mistakes that Nixon made by coddling his enemies and surrounding himself with weak and ineffective counsel. They are coming after him just like they did with Nixon and have made that abundantly clear.

        It may take declaration of Marshall Law to stop what is happening. He needs to somehow bring this whole treasonous multi-front insurrection to a screeching halt by shutting down the media and restoring law and order. They have organized a full-on invasion coming from the south coordinated with organized riots from within our borders. All hell is about to break loose.

        I didn’t select the ‘Law and Order’ theme for either candidate. How many here knew that Nixon used the same line in his campaign? I thought it was an interesting parallel and is why I included that image.

        To date, Trump has failed to bring any semblance of his promise of Law and Order. Yes, Sessions is probably a big part of that but Trump picked him and then allowed this thing to get out of hand. When it comes to picking his lawyers, President Trump doesn’t exactly have a stellar record. I sincerely hope that he takes the threat to himself and to the country seriously and doesn’t surround himself with any more swamp creatures like Sessions or Christy or Graham, etc. If he does, then history repeats itself.

        THAT’S what my post means, so anybody who wants to apologize for their initial response to me will be given full grace and forgiveness. 🙂

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        • kea says:

          Trump is NOT Nixon. In fact I wonder if Nixon had not stepped down if things would be different. In that by pushing him till he stepped down. This is what they are hoping Trump will do.

          Sessions failed Trump. Paul Ryan aka the rat failed Trump.

          I recall many people were thrilled when Sessions was announced.

          Also that is not Trump’s campaign line. Its MAGA.

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        • Dutchman says:

          You could have used this quote;

          “There is DANGER, yes danger, both from within and without.
          Without Law and Order, our Nation cannot survive!”

          Yes, I knew Nixon/Agnew ran as lawn order candidates.
          Do you recognise the quote above?

          Hint, its from 1933.

          Just cause 2 or 3 different candidates, ‘running’for office decades apart, use the same terminology for a campaign slogan, doesn’t mean they share an ideology, or,world view.
          And yeah, it was A.H.

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        • Sylvia Avery says:

          Not finding a Marshall Law reference on Google. Or did you mean martial law? Sorry, can’t quite make it out from context.

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        • mari says:

          I hope it can be done peacefully but I’m afraid the Democrats don’t want peace. They come to terrorize, protest, assault, blame, lie, and instigate violence against Conservatives. Hillary does not want peace until this country is all theirs. I believe they will take it be force if we do not allow them to steal it. So yes, what your post suggests maybe the only possible outcome with this group of Communist Democrats. I hope the President has the fortitude to save our Republic.

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        • 🍺Gunny66 says:

          Why should someone apologize to you for asking what a post with only pictures and an inocculous statement means?

          Your explanation after questioned is fine, but to further ask / be snarky about an apology shows bad style.

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        • amwick says:

          You dropped a statement with no explanation..

          Those ignorant of history are doomed to repeat it.

          So we have to guess if you are thinking that VSGPotus is actually ignorant of history or not… Totally unclear. BTW how’s about Justice Gorsuch and Justice Kavanaugh’s appointment as a win for law and order???… The foundation of law for our county, the Constitution, and Justice Kavanaugh is a big fan. I think those should count. BIG TIME.
          The executive branch is being trod on by liberal courts…SCOTUS will be critical in fixing this nightmare,,, it is CRUCIAL!!!

          And those appointments will last a long time… SMH. *mumbles

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          • amwick says:

            And I do not wish ill on RBG, but she is in the hospital..

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            • linda4298 says:

              Supreme Court justice Ginsburg ‘up and working’ after fall
              By Andrew Chung and Simon Thompson
              Reuters
              WASHINGTON/LOS ANGELES (Reuters) – U.S. Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg is already up and working in her hospital room, a day after breaking three ribs in a fall, her nephew said late on Thursday at the Hollywood premiere of a film about her life.

              Ginsburg, a ground-breaking liberal jurist who at 85 is the oldest U.S. Supreme Court justice, was hospitalized on Thursday after falling at her office at the court, a court spokeswoman said.

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        • olderwiser21 says:

          Well, I don’t think any apologies are necessary on my behalf because I really did not know what you meant by your post and was just asking for clarification, which you did nicely in your reply. Also, it’s “martial” law – NOT “Marshall” – FYI.

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    • andyocoregon says:

      Nice troll job, but it won’t make you any friends here, Smiley Face.

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    • Molly says:

      So you prefer anarchy and disorder, I take it?

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      • G. Combs says:

        No,
        He is here to push us into making the mis-step of taking the law into our own hands.

        EXACTLY what the COMMIES WANT US TO DO!

        He showed up recently and has been bad mouthing Trump ever since.

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        • wolfmoon1776 says:

          BINGO. Now I’m seeing it. All adding up. Thanks. The bad-mouthing of Trump gives them away.

          Makes me wonder if they’re trying to cover up certain realities of the Nixon-Trump parallel, which ARE valid, by equating that viewpoint to the anti-Trump Nazi.

          That is pretty skilled trolling, BTW.

          The parallels of Trump’s situation to Nixon’s ARE important, in that Stefan Halper was involved in the take-down of both, and that “Muh Russia” was supposed to be another Watergate. AND I have to admit that the poster is absolutely right that they are attempting a replay. But hitting Trump as being ineffective is wrong. There WAS action against Antifa earlier, and it was effective. But Antifa and the Democrats have found a way out of containment. Not sure who is to blame, but I doubt that it is POTUS.

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          • wolfmoon1776 says:

            And I must go further. Law and order WILL be an issue. But just listen to Trump now on TV going after the cheating on TV live! VSGPOTUS makes Nixon look like an anarchist!

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          • linda4298 says:

            Obama and Hillary did far worse than Nixon, the feckless, scared R’s were afraid to impeach him.

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            • wolfmoon1776 says:

              YUP. Far, far worse than Watergate. Very important to remember.

              I don’t really blame the Republicans for not self-destructing by impeachment of Obama. It would have been a trap, giving Obama what he needed to seize control. Letting it go to an election was brilliant, IMO.

              Remember what Hillary did. She abused the IC to go after every Republican. It was a nightmare of leaked FBI files. Bound to fail, and it did.

              Obama would have been even worse. My thinking:

              – Arkancides
              – FBI indictments of GOP for BS
              – false flags
              – mass murders
              – distraction world events
              – “police actions” (wars)
              – terrorism
              – BLM riots
              – emergency orders
              – seize control of government (auto-coup)

              The last one is the worst. Obama would have CREATED an emergency to seize emergency powers. The Rs WERE feckless and weak, but we used that as cover to gain STRONGER position when Team Zero did NOT expect it.

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    • G3 says:

      Did they ever catch that freak that would post Smiley Faces near crime scenes?

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    • millwright says:

      Hey Troll ! I’ve spent some time conversing with Spiro Agnew following his departure from the Swamp ! A very erudite and interesting gentleman with a remarkable family history ! Yes, he was a successful politician in a very corrupt state as so many I-81N travelers learned to their ( rather expensive ) dismay ! MD was speed trap central for many years !

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      • Dutchman says:

        Ah, yes! “Nabobs of negativism”, we seem to have some here! Lol.

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        • :-) says:

          I’m not looking to piss anybody off here. In hindsight, clearly, including the Nixon button image was a mistake.

          I am just pissed and really frustrated. I LOVE the President, absolutely LOVE the man…but he really needs to take the gloves off and use ALL of his Constitutional power. The enemy is in full-blown war mode.

          That is what I am trying to communicate, and apparently very poorly.

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          • mari says:

            I totally understand what you are talking about and agree the President may have to step on the head of the snake before they let up. Communists demand to take our country. We can either let them steal it or they will revolt.

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            • G. Combs says:

              You LET them Revolt until the country recoils in revulsion AND THEN you cut off the head of the snake!

              “Thus it is that in war the victorious strategist only seeks battle after the victory has been won, whereas he who is destined to defeat first fights and afterwards looks for victory.” ~ Sun Tzu

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          • MysticRose80 says:

            I do understand your frustration. I truly do. I have been mixed about the need for a more heavy-handed, forceful course of action by the President. Really mixed. The mid-term results, however, is making me reflect on previous beliefs/perceptions/etc.

            The left is far gone. They truly are. We cannot reason with them. We cannot co-exist with them. At this point, civil war may be the only way to deal with them (I pray that it doesn’t come to that, but I see no other way for this country to truly start transforming. They need to be completely stripped from power).

            As for those who still want to side with the left ….well, they will eventually have to make a decision. Either they can get their heads out of their collective asses and wake the hell up to the left’s nature…..or they can join the left when the left goes down.

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    • Texian says:

      I’d like to see a repeat of police and military cracking commie heads like I saw on TV as a youngster in 1968..

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    • Dennis Leonard says:

      Only in a leftest mind.Nixon was a paranoid idiot,he called bogus drills to see if he could take over the US.

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  9. SR says:

    We are not competing anymore in blue states but Dims are competitive in red state. See the democrats voting %age in red state including TX. We need to wait 80% vote count in red state for decide but blue state projections happened within 5 mins of polls closing.
    If we are not bringing voter Id, proof of citizenship and cleansing voter roll then we will be going loose red states in next 10 years. All these red states have Dims govt officials .

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    • allhail2 says:

      10 years is awfully conservative. I think we’re looking at 4-6 at the current rate of BS.

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    • We’re losing red states right now dude. Can’t get a real AG investigating this fraud soon enough. And the state level R governors and SOS’s need to grow a pair and start arresting these fraudsters pronto.

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      • I can’t think of a more ‘real’ AG than Matt Whitaker. He might be temporary but he will make the next 210 days (maximum term for a sub) a nightmare for dems. He has no less power than a fully appointed AG.

        Trumps not gonna take this lying down. He worked damn hard for those votes and he’s not gonna watch the dems get their slimy claws on them. No way.

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        • steph_gray says:

          I’m really hoping Matt is is great out of the gate as Sessions was ineffective – and that then, after 210 days, VSGPDJT tells Matt “You’re hired!!”

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    • MAGAbear says:

      And it’s because the GOP doesn’t make a showing in blue states that the dimms can be on offense everywhere. Think of how many house seats would have been saved in places like CA and NY had we at least made the Governors races there competitive? Or the senate race in Virginia?

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      • Dutchman says:

        Never give in, never back down never surrender means NO uncontested races, no nevertrumper candidates.

        Make them spend $ in every race.

        And clean up election fraud, how hard could it be?
        You get ‘compromising’ charges on one, lower level schmuck, that could bankrupt him defending, and get them in jail for 50 years, so you can ‘flip’ them to become an undercover informant, to expose the massive corruption.
        Oh, thats right, we don’t do that with state election officials, just with Republican Candidates,…

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        • steph_gray says:

          The 36-year-old injunction or law or whatever it was (I need to go back and find the link, sigh) preventing action was rescinded last year. Full steam ahead now!

          And agree – NO uncontested races. Don’t give them an inch any more, ever.

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    • scpatriot says:

      If voter fraud is not cleaned up prior to the 2020 presidential election there is a very real possibility that the outcome of the race will not be as those of us that read here wish. It’s that serious.

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  10. citizen817 says:

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  11. When I look at you America, what I see
    Is a country that once belonged to me
    And even though the melody plays on
    You now seem mostly gone

    Oh America, you were once so free and so strong
    You were like a glorious shinning star
    But so many things have been changed to be so deeply wrong
    That now I no longer even know what you are

    When I look at you, America is standing there
    I can almost breathe you in like summer in the air
    When I look at you, America is touching me
    I would reach for you, but who can hold a memory?

    Is America now just a fantasy?
    Even a memory is paradise for all the fools like me!
    Now remembering is all that I can do
    Because I miss America so when I look at you

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  12. sunnydaze says:

    So….Brandon Straka posted this vid of the West Palm Beach speech that Trump gave in Oct. 2016. Best speech he ever have, IMO, and apparently MANY people have never seen it. And once they do, they are blown away.

    Maybe save it and share around, especially before the next elections? But any time’s a good time:

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  13. rumpole2 says:

    How’s Ruth?

    (Asking for a friend)

    Liked by 14 people

  14. steph_gray says:

    What I want to know is who set the wayback machine for November 2000 in Florida.

    We lived through that horrible month or so, and prevailed. I have faith that with the POTUS we have now, we will again. But coulda done without it, for sure!

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  15. MakeAmericaGreat says:

    Now would be a great time for Rod Rosenstein to resign.

    POTUS and Melania are about to head to Paris for 2 days. Today is Friday. Whitaker is in place and in charge of Mueller. People are focused on Jim Acosta’s karate chop, Florida recounts and the tragedy in California. And with Ginsburg’s health.

    Also, the fake protesters don’t have the political will or financial backing (likely) at this time to mobilize. All the far left money? Gone for the election. Sure, we had the “Protect Mueller” rallies in the cities but most were huge duds.

    And, after the Kavanaugh Mobs and with Tucker Carlson’s incident no one wants to see crazed leftists feigning outrage. People are emotionally drained after the election.

    I think that’s why POTUS pulled the lever on Sessions when he did. The timing is good.

    Trump understands power and leverage, and isn’t afraid to use either of them. He knows that there is nothing the Dems can do to stop him. And it might be best to send Rosenstein packing before the Dems take power in the House in January.

    Is this politically risky? It is. But Rosenstein no longer oversees the Mueller probe, anyways. So who cares if he goes? Also, if Rosenstein goes then who would Whitaker hand over the probe to with Rosenstein gone?

    If Rosenstein goes now, I’m sure POTUS will have made a deal with Turtle such that no “protect Mueller” legislation will move through the Senate.

    Finally, even if Mueller wanted to say that ‘firing’ Sessions and Rosenstein would constitute obstruction, it probably would be up to Whitaker to determine whether such potential charges in a Mueller report ever made their way to Congress in the first place.

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  16. Ivehadit says:

    So can we now go in and reject the fraudulent votes? If not, why not?

    Voter fraud is real:

    Over 60% of Michigan counties had more registered voters than citizens

    This same irregularity occurred in 76% of states and 15% of U.S. counties

    Over 3.5 million reported suspicious or fraudulent registered voters reported in 2016 election

    — Charlie Kirk (@charliekirk11) November 8, 2018

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  17. apfelcobbler says:

    It’s going to be a L-O-N-G two years.

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  18. fred5678 says:

    Thursday night Laura Ingraham was really rude to attorney Barry Richard, who successfully argued in 2000 before FL SC and SCOTUS representing Bush in 2000. Richard had to speak under the auspices of Slicitor General Ted Olsen, but did the majority of the presentation. He was MUCH better than Olsen at SCOTUS. Listen to the hearing if you want to hear stumbling Olsen and clear, logical Richard address the justices — and win the case for G W Bush.

    Laura ridiculed him snarkily solely because he is now representing Gillum. She did a disservice to herself, Fox, and our cause.

    Shannon Bream, OTOH, also an attorney (and twice beauty queen!!) is reasonable, logical and treats guests with courtesy.

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    • Ace says:

      Fox has nothing to do with our cause.

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      • wendy forward says:

        It’s true. Why is anyone still watching FAUX? Sundance will post anything of interest here. Turn off and tune in, to paraphrase an old slogan.

        And yes, Barry Richard was fabulous in the Bush v. Gore argument. Olson was less than awe-inspiring but he was still better than the wildly overrated David Boies.

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        • andyocoregon says:

          I still watch and enjoy FoxNews. I won’t apologize for it, either.

          I think those who boycott Fox really miss out on great shows such as Fox & Friends, Tucker Carlson, Sean Hannity, Laura Ingraham and Shannon Bream.

          I must confess I am retired and have the time to watch those shows. If I was still working, I probably would only watch one or two on an irregular basis.

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          • wendy forward says:

            Hey, if it works for you, enjoy! That’s what makes a horse race.

            I’m retired too, leaving me a lot of time to hang out on the Treehouse, play computer bridge and read-a little while ago mom came in, looked at my stacks of books and said “you don’t have anything for me to read, do you?”. Different is not bad.

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            • 🍺Gunny66 says:

              I get my news here and the stock market.

              Yeah, FBN with Maria B, Varney (an acquired taste) and Charles Payne are good from the business angle.

              Anything else worth my time is posted here.

              And…..Faux is mostly all fake…..they are good at hiding their TDS, but the Truth always comes out….

              So just beware, if you are gonna rely on the MSM for your basis,
              the posters here will sniff out the BS in a second

              Just sayin

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          • amwick says:

            /\5 andyocoregon. Some great people, some real duffuses. But you take the good, and ignore the bad, and move on.

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    • MakeAmericaGreat says:

      Bream is a total pro and a great host and interviewer.

      She’s also really nice on social media. I’ve seen her often reply to “nobodies” that fake stars like Ingraham would likely ignore if they wrote to her.

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    • Lucille says:

      What is Richard representing Gillum for? Is he contesting DeSantis’ victory? Or is it for the FBI sting during which Gillum happily took those freebie tickets showing his corrupt soul….plus the likely multitudes of illegalities he committed as mayor of Tallahassee?

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    • Payday says:

      He deserved it. He’s a snake.

      Liked by 1 person

    • mr.piddles says:

      Oh, Bream’s a beauty alright. One in a million. Really smaaahht too.

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    • simplewins says:

      Nice try, but the guy made a fool of himself. I could care less what he did for Bush in 2000. He couldn’t answer a basic question about a statement made by HIS client, Gillum.

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  19. Ace says:

    If you wondered why the dems displayed no happiness after the election, you now know why.
    Their desperation is a sight to behold.
    3rd SC appointment coming up!

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  20. vigiles24 says:

    Ruth Bader Ginsburg was NOT present for the formal swearing in of Justice Brett Kavanaugh. Trump has sacrificed the rook to take the queen.

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    • Ace says:

      She’s dying.
      God have mercy on her.

      Liked by 4 people

      • upper379 says:

        NO mercy to the left period

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      • dave says:

        Why mercy for the baby killers?

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        • Joe says:

          She’ll wake before the throne of God, and she’ll see what abortion is, and her part in it, and the children whose arms and legs have been cut off will be there too, to greet her, ready with mercy. And what will Ginsberg say to them?

          She’ll say exactly what she said during her life: “Roe v Wade was to eliminate the undesirables.”

          And God will say to her, “You have pronounced your own judgment.”

          Source: https://www.wnd.com/2009/07/103457/

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      • linda4298 says:

        Supreme Court justice Ginsburg ‘up and working’ after fall
        By Andrew Chung and Simon Thompson
        Reuters
        WASHINGTON/LOS ANGELES (Reuters) – U.S. Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg is already up and working in her hospital room, a day after breaking three ribs in a fall, her nephew said late on Thursday at the Hollywood premiere of a film about her life.

        Ginsburg, a ground-breaking liberal jurist who at 85 is the oldest U.S. Supreme Court justice, was hospitalized on Thursday after falling at her office at the court, a court spokeswoman said.

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        • steph_gray says:

          Ha… RotoRooters. Well at least we know what the yellowstream media is lying about in this instance.

          “Up” and working. Sure. It probably means she lifted her head “up” far enough off the pillow to look at a text on a phone held for her by a leftist “handler,” and struggled to mumble some reply that they then interpreted just as they pleased.

          I really picture this poor old woman as the physically bound slave of a small cabal intent on working her forever. She agreed to it all, of course. But I wonder whether she can do anything now to fight it even if she wants to.

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    • linda4298 says:

      She’s in the hospital.

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  21. Monadnock says:

    (Following the ongoing fraud efforts in FL and AZ… keeping one eye on that farce…)

    Apologies for the length…

    I was among those who claimed to hear that red wave approaching. It was my genuine perception of what was happening in the leadup to election night, and I’m not backing down now.

    I’m gonna own it.

    It was indeed a RedWave.

    Something we must remember here is that we’re not just trying to keep our Republic from the Leftists (Dems, etc). We’re also fighting their allies in the Deep State; the elected GOPe.

    Incumbency is perhaps the biggest guarantor of re-election. Something north of 97% of all incumbents on the Federal level are re-elected.

    Over 40 incumbent House GOP members retired rather than run and be re-elected as part of a party that is becoming Donald Trump’s party.

    Had those 40ish House GOP members run, then on the basis of historical statistics alone, something close to 38 would have been re-elected, and we’d all be here high-fiving another satisfying evening of reveling in liberal tears… we’d go through the holidays and into the new year, and spend the next two years watching PDJT having to deal with a significant recalcitrant segment of the republican party throwing monkey wrenches into his plans… much like what we’ve seen over the first two years.

    President Trump is a fighter. But out of necessity, he had to be somewhat accommodating to some republicans in hopes of keeping enough of that herd of cats together to get some things done. A fat pile of those wastes of human skin are gone now, replaced by a bunch of freshmen Dems who have NEVER faced running for re-election in the headwinds of a force of nature like Donald Trump. I wager they’ll be far easier to remove from office in 2020 than it would have been to primary that lot of GOPe’ers that will voluntarily walk out the door at the end of this term.

    There was indeed a RedWave, and it has removed a bunch of the House GOPe that would have likely been able to get re-elected at will for years to come. Can anybody say “Paul Ryan?”

    The RedWave also impacted the Senate – some neverTrumpers are gone, and with the addition of several senators who owe their political survival to PDJT, the power of the likes of Murkowski, et al, to obstruct the more conservative aspects of the President’s agenda is diluted. The odds of a conservative replacement for the Notorious RBG bumped up significantly Nov 6th.

    But what about the next two years? I think Sundance is spot-on about the ramping up of the nastiness. The Dems are misreading what’s happened and are about to dial things up to the stratosphere. It will be violent. I fully expect to see one or more assassinations. Ordinary citizens will be victims of politically motivated violence at a level we’ve never seen. Renew your CCW permit, and carry. Judged by 12 rather than carried by 6, and all that…

    But while that’s going on, PDJT will be continuing to turn the judiciary to the Right, while assigning nicknames to a collection of Democrats who will have no idea how to shut him down.

    The Democrat House may well slam the federal purse shut. Let them. It’s not like the military is gonna starve after the double 900+billion that was allotted to it in the current budget. That’s where some of The Wall funding will come from as well – Pelosi can’t stop it.

    If I’m Trump, I’d welcome it. What better way to trim the bureaucratic portion of the Deep Stage than shut off the money spigot? Especially when it’s the Left doing it. Even better if it happens over and over and over. How long do you think that bureaucracy will hold out on a financial roller coaster like that? Time for them to discover what the last 30+ years have been like for us.

    The EO’s turning back Obama’s crap will continue apace, and the economy will continue to muscle-up and fly. Did I mention that we have an un-recused AG now?

    By the time 2020 arrives, Trump will have coattails stretching out to Saturn and an entire cohort of new Reps and Senators will be seated in 2021 giving President Trump what he needs to complete legislatively what he’s been forced, so far, to handle via other means.

    The Left is a dead man walking; rigor will be setting in soon.

    So, yeah – look closer – there was a RedWave – and it was GLORIOUS.

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    • Judith says:

      Taken from the perspective that it is one big UNiparty anyway, that is a very compelling take on the situation. One wrinkle I see is the radical new AG elected in NY who is gunning for Donald Trump. That is not looking good at all. Can Whitaker prevent problems there?

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    • Its looking like we did indeed have a Red Wave, but it was poisoned with fraudulent blue ballots!

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    • olderwiser21 says:

      Mon – really great analysis – thank you for the post! I learn something every night here on the Treehouse. Our contributors are some of the smartest, most well informed people I know.

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    • 🍺Gunny66 says:

      Monadnock,

      Very good post and right on target.

      Been saying the same thing for a few days now, however your post is more eloquent.

      This two years is going to expose the left for what they really stand for.
      Can you say Kavanaugh?

      Many, many, younger people do not yet fully understand, the vile complicity of the left.
      Well they are about to see it in full color with the House.

      And you are correct. The House cannot harm the President. The military is funded, tax reform is complete, and we have a booming economy.

      In the presser the other day, he stated a few times.
      If they want to waste time on investigation, he will “de-classify” and start prosecuting.

      And actually Dem’s are easier to work with than Republicans.
      They want stuff like infrastructure, and Healthcare, and lower taxes on the middle class.

      You just have to be careful with them, because they like to spend money.

      So our President has got this, even if he gets only one more on the Supreme Court until the next election, we are good for the next 30 years or so.

      Get out the popcorn…..have a beer….He’s got this…

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  22. Ace says:

    How long before the dems just start gunning down people in their way?

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  23. Mercenary says:

    I honestly barely trust anything in the US anymore. Nevada was close but “lost”. Montana was close but “lost”. WV was close but “lost”.

    Now criminals in Florida are openly – BRAZENLY – committing a crime and dictatorially stealing an election. Why is Snipes not ARRESTED? She has committed multiple crimes.

    Now all of a sudden AZ is close. Suddenly the whacko lunatic Sienna pulls ahead.

    Maybe I’m just cynical or pessimistic. Whew, Scott filed a lawsuit! Why has he not ORDERED State Troopers to arrest Snipes?

    The reason it’s important is this: we need 60 votes to do anything. Build the wall. Change the asylum laws. Change the immigration laws. Repeal Obamacare.

    And we can’t even get to 53.

    It’s not the fact that criminals are running wild, it’s that our government DOESNT ENFORCE THE LAW and arrest them immediately!! That’s what is infuriating.

    Trump is running out of time. 2 years are already gone. The next 2 are basically lame duck. No wall. No asylum. No repeal. A full 50% of his possible term – gone.

    If they do not begin to enforce the law and arrest these political criminals, this window of opportunity with Trump will be wasted.

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    • sunnydaze says:

      Totally agree that Voter Fraud is one of the biggest problems we face and needs to be dealt with- with HEAVY penalties.

      A SIMPLE first step would be a warning on the door of every polling site that notifies people that it’s a Federal Crime , along with maximum penalties that could/would be applied.

      Too.Many. people think it’s “no big deal” and have no idea they CAN be thrown in jail if convicted.

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      • andrew1979 says:

        9th circuit would immediately rule the sign as voter intimidation with a minor in voter suppression. and racist. case dismissed!

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      • Wendy says:

        I don’t think it’s little people are causing the most of voter frauds. It’s more likely systematic voter frauds by election officials and rigged voting machine. It also helps them to cheat if you have illegals or dead people registered as Dems.

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        • Robert Smith says:

          The absolute first thing that should be done, without any argument, is cleaning the voter rolls every year electronically. You can do manual spot checks as you please.

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        • NC Patriot says:

          As Sundance stated in his post about this this. Broward Co, has a well oiled extra ballot producing operation.Has for years. It needs to be blown apart and people arrested. Don’t know if this will happen—————-

          But it is now out in the open and POTUS is focusing national attention on it.

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    • Take heart, Trump only needs 2 years with a congressional supermajority to completely remake our legislative body to be total MAGA. He has this two year period to have people write the legislation. And when we finish off these communists and get the congress sorted in 2020 or 2022, its going to be BOOM BOOM BOOM BOOM BOOM, everything passed and the nation saved.

      Here comes THE BIG UGLY folks. Here it comes. But Trump is ready for them.

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    • Jase says:

      Maybe it’s just me, but there suddenly seems to be a huge number of people on here referring to the President as ‘Trump’.
      ‘Trump’ had better do this or ‘Trump’ had better do that.
      Perhaps people are upset about the election results. Fair enough, but he can’t be held responsible for that – his was the first foot on the field of battle and the last to leave it.
      It is bad enough listening to the screeching left disrespecting the President without having to put up with his own supporters doing it.

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      • Mercenary says:

        I couldn’t think of a more irrelevant objection in the grand scheme of Marxists swarming our president.

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      • andrew1979 says:

        i don’t think any disrespect is meant, but i understand where you are coming from. to me i do not see that as wrong – heck i respect the president, but i do not see any harm in at times not referring to him with proper titles. he is a man of the people. he is Trump. i grew up with him being the biggest celebrity i could imagine and he was always bigger than life. and his brand was Trump… and he has not changed a bit. i am sure he would not get offended by some of our comments. on the contrary he would probably rant and exchange banter with us just the same!

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      • It’s just faster to type than always saying the President, President Trump etc. It’s the intent to get to the idea under discussion more than intentional disrespect.

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        • Dutchman says:

          Each time there is a change of party, for the W.H., the citisens of the ‘new’party object to journalist referring to the newly elected President as “Mr.,,blank”.

          The tradition as established in the colonial days of type set, was the FIRST time, in the article, they refer to the newly elected POTUS as “President X”, and there after as “Mr.X”,…less letters to set, by hand.

          The tradition has continued, through typewriter, and into keyboard, and video commentary. But, we don’t notice it, when the ‘other guy’ is in office, but when OUR guy gets in, we notice it, and think its derrogatory.
          “I remember them calling the PREVIOUS guy “President Y, but they call OUR guy, “Mr. X”!

          And they WERE, using “President”, the first time, and “Mr.”, from then on.

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          • Somebody says:

            I called Obama, Obama or worse. I called Bush, Bush or W. I called Clinton, Clinton or WJC or slick Willy. I called Bush, Bush and Reagan, Reagan.

            I don’t think anyone means disrespect.

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        • Pat Frederick says:

          POTUS has exactly the same number of letters as Trump..just saying…

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      • Sylvia Avery says:

        Lots of new commenters. Quite a different tone, as well. Also quite noticeable.

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        • daughnworks247 says:

          Hey Sylvia, yesterday, I noticed the ‘new commenters’ on Twitter as well. All were less than 50 followers and obviously on a mission. Yesterday, the goal was to push gun control – nothing else. Now, you would think the same people who want gun control would be nervous as heck about RBG, right? I mean, it makes sense that a garden variety leftist who would be rabid about gun control would be in freak-out mode about RBG.
          Yet, nothing.
          It’s like a wave but it’s impossible to ignore for an average person. For instance, let’s say, we take the same path to work, every day for a decade. One day it take 30 minutes longer, we notice, and start asking ourselves, “Where did all the extra cars come from?”.
          Did they have Bloomberg money (pushing gun control) left over from the election and decided to use it to set an agenda for the new House?

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        • 🍺Gunny66 says:

          Hah, yeah Syl.

          And they all claim to have been here a looong time.
          It used to be fun here early in the morning…… getting kinda glum..

          With names never saw before…….

          Anyway,……How’s your dog?

          Hope you are well and in good spirits.

          Take care…

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        • Robert Smith says:

          I would just say that I didn’t post here for a long time because not only are Sundance’s post great, but the comments are so informative. I think a lot of people are like that also. But for big events like the mid-terms I think there are some people that just want to throw in their opinion to lessen their stress.

          But, yeah, I know if I was trying to disrupt things on here. I would certainly register and be the guy breaking up the solidarity. So prevalent and consistent is the messaging from the MSM and other internet sources/social media that otherwise clear-headed individuals could pick up and start parroting those lines of thought.

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          • steph_gray says:

            Yes – accepting the yellowstream media’s brainwashing, however slightly, is part of the “battered conservative syndrome” that sundance himself so aptly coined.

            And that other term, “gaslighting,” from the famous Hitchcock movie – I am hyper alert to it after so long here, and yes, I do see it creeping in. My spidey sense really reacted yesterday or thereabouts where someone ranted about government corruption and flatly said that Trump was “in on it.” Sheesh!

            Be careful out there! Salt shaker at the ready…

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      • amjean says:

        Its one of my pet peeves also.

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      • G. Combs says:

        Jase,
        The neglect to call President Trump by his title or use of PDJT or VSGPDJT is a ‘Tell’

        It is a sign that the person holds President Trump in low esteem.

        I type with two fingers (Now you know why I use quotes 😉) and I have ALWAYS used President Trump out of RESPECT for him and the office of the president.

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      • Robert Smith says:

        Trump can’t do it all himself. There has to be like-minded people who are willing to mix it up and do the hard work at the local level. That is the part that has been missing. As to the “Trump” instead of President, I’ve only ever called Presidents by their last name.

        He showed the dedication he has to task by employing all the rallies that he did. The rest is moronic voters and/or systematic voter fraud at the local levels. Early and mail voting is a disaster that pays dividends every election for the Democrat voting machine.

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  24. sunnydaze says:

    Progressives and Conservatives are on the same side here against Voter Fraud by the Democrats in Broward County. It’s a beautiful thing.

    Tim Canova accused these sick Dems of fraud a couple years back.

    https://www.thegatewaypundit.com/2018/11/progressive-candidate-tim-canova-on-broward-county-ballot-fiasco-i-warned-for-months-that-brenda-snipes-is-a-serial-election-rigger/

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  25. Dazza says:

    Time for Antifa to be designated as a hate group.

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  26. FL_GUY says:

    I want to make a suggestion for states that suddenly, two days later are “finding” votes that put the D-Rat ahead. Start Raising HELL!!!!

    No ballot is valid after the election ends. Any ballot that shows up or is “found” after the election ends is NOT valid. The reason of course is common sense. You allow ballots to be “found” is ripe and usually related to FRAUD!

    It only takes a couple of counties of FRAUD and sometimes, even a couple of voting wards in a city or county to defraud the election.

    Today, I e-mailed the White House and my R Rep about the blatant vote fraud and theft of the FL election that the D-Rats are trying to pull. Everyone needs to do the same. The election ended 2 days ago, there should be NO ballots “found”. There should have all been in by the end of voting or 30 mins after the polls closed. Any ballots “found” after that are invalid because it is strictly fraud..

    WI results were due to fraud of “found” ballots. Walker should fight it. Have all the ballots seized like Gov Scott is doing and throw them ALL OUT!

    In the 2000 election FL recounts from hell, We the People had a protests to END the recounts since there had already been THREE!!!. Most people don’t know that. About 15,000 of us, with only a 3 day notice, descended on the Capitol in Tallahassee. I believe it helped the pols to FINALLY end Gores blatant attempt to manufacture votes.

    These A$$HOLE D-Rats are totally destroying peoples faith in our electoral system. We cannot trust that the votes are real or that our real votes are counted. That is WRONG!

    Get the e-mails going, get the phone calls going and if necessary do what we did in 2000; have thousands of people protest the fraud election. We need to send these frauds to prison. This Snipes character should have been in prison a long time ago. It was not a coincidence that Gore chose here county for his steal.

    The problem for a number of decades though was that whistle blowers to the vote fraud were given the Manafort treatment. Two people in Miami-Dade who provided evidence of ballots being filled out at the SoE were arrested by then state attorney Reno and prosecuted; their lives ruined. Then, after bankrupting them, Reno dropped the charges on the day of the trail so they would not get their say in court. This crap is why vote fraud has not been correct in S. FL.

    I am optimistic that President Trump is going to stop the D-Rats from stealing FL, AZ and GA. We need to demand an accounting for WI as well. There is NO WAY people would get rid of Walker after he lowered their taxes and brought back jobs. Replacing him with a crooked D-Rat who intends to sabotage Foxconn and raise taxes. People aren’t that stupid but vote fraud, which doesn’t have a brain, IS that stupid.

    We can do something about it. It worked in 2000. It will work again! Let’s ROLL!!!!!!!!!!!

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  27. joeknuckles says:

    Suggestion for improving White House press conferences:

    Have AAG Whittaker retrieve the microphone from belligerent reporters. He can just rip their freaking arm off if they don’t want to give it up.

    Liked by 11 people

    • Maquis says:

      I like the meek young woman with a frikkin stun gun approach.

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      • joeknuckles says:

        Ok, so long as there is a big burly guy following up with a punch to the gut for good measure.

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      • I liked how she immediately turned to PDJT, possibly thinking ‘is what I’m supposed to do?’ or ‘I’m doing my job, what I was told to do’ ‘WTF what shall I do?’ while she had kung fu and karate performed on her arm.

        This is all Acosta’s narcissism coming into play.

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        • amwick says:

          I watched the video, and what I saw was not a really violent chop, but a push down. And I despise JA… totally. That being said, if you even touch someone gently with your pinky it meets the legal definition of battery. He should not be there. I think the other journalists should have a say in the matter, some how. Not gonna happen, and that would assume they had some kind of integrity, which most do not. *sighs

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    • kea says:

      LOL nice. I would not mind written questions. Its clear and down to the point.

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  28. Do Stop Thinking About Tomorrow says:

    I am in perception overload. 3500 comments on the Presidential page. 5 more articles hinders more comment. I can’t keep up

    Liked by 3 people

  29. Dazza says:

    Antifa thugs need to be clubbed by police. Smash some of their arms and legs.

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  30. Nigella says:

    If we lose AZ. and FL do we gain any seats?

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    • Wendy says:

      If we lose FL governorship by this blatant vote fraud, President Trump’s 2nd term is in severe jeopardy. Gillum would allow rampant vote fraud to steal the election.

      Liked by 1 person

    • We cannot lose in the senate. Not with Romney and co there. Still some RINOs unfortunately

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    • Kalbo says:

      Can’t think straight at the moment. D rats are fraudulently stealing State elections.

      IF allowed to continue, are we on the cusp of losing the Senate? I am thinking it could go down to 51 if FL is lost to criminals. Am I wrong? Is there another State already counted as R, that may be stolen. AZ hasn’t been called so not AZ.

      Concerned about election integrity overall. Also concerned about Senate majority to conform Supreme Court nominations. RBG is on the cusp of checking out. Not wishing bad things or being morbid. Simple fact of life. Incredibly huge implications here.

      Where the hell is the law?

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  31. Lucille says:

    Could Papadopoulos Blow the Russia Hoax Wide Open?
    By Mark Wauck – November 8, 2018

    Dan Bongino recently conducted a fascinating interview with George Papadopoulos. The most convenient way to digest the interview is at Jeff Carlson’s blog, which has a link to the interview on Bongino’s radio show as well as a full transcript of the interview. What emerges from the interview is, in my view, convincing evidence that Papadopoulos was, in Chuck Ross’s words, the target of an “FBI sting.”

    https://www.americanthinker.com/articles/2018/11/could_papadopoulos_blow_the_russia_hoax_wide_open.html

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    • andrew1979 says:

      papadopolis is either too good to be true, or too good to be true… i hope he is neither but damn i feel like we are all in one big movie and do not know it. (those of you with any psyphedelic experiences in the past probably know where i am getting that statement from! ps: not necessarily endorsing psychedelic experiences as your mileage may vary…)

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  32. Nigella says:

    I see they “found” 10 thousand votes for the Dem in AZ… McSally will never be able to make that up

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    • Its total fraud and MN too, Florida is just the decoy to steal the others on the sly. Call your governor and secretary of state if you live in AZ MN and FL, and tell them if they want to hold the country together they had better shut this fraud down.

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  33. Dazza says:

    Need to be fighting this? Why aren’t they? Please no taking the high road b.s. that has led to nothing but GOP losses in the past.
    These people are filthy scum and need their asses kicked by whatever means necessary.

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  34. JoD says:

    Old Brenda (how many votes do you need?) Snipes is STILL at it. After all of the fraud that she has committed in past elections, it’s inconceivable that she is still being paid to put her filthy hands in the ballot box. How much voter fraud is too much voter fraud for the Supervisor of Elections?
    “Dr.” Snipes…Doctorate in “Educational Leadership.” from Acme U…bogus.

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  35. rumpole2 says:

    Dem Bones Dem Bones Dem Dry Bones… for Ruth.

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  36. Molly says:

    The U.S. Senate DOES NOT have to seat any Senator whose election it deems invalid. The Senate can reject Sinema and Bill Nelson if it judges–which it should–that their elections are invalid and the votes are spurious or even just contested.
    https://www.everycrsreport.com/reports/R40105.html

    Let’s all remind Mitch McConnell of this interesting fact.

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  37. joeknuckles says:

    Every single time a “red flag” wildfire warning goes out in California, we get multiple fires breaking out and they are spreading faster and farther than ever before. I’ve lived here for all of my 58 years and we’ve always had fire warnings, but only had fires occasionally. Yes, some were very bad, but they were rare compared to what we have now. I believe that arsonists are taking the fire warnings as their cue to go out and start fires that will spread quickly.

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    • Joemama says:

      That is exactly my perception as well. I hate it when the newscasters start saying “be careful the fire conditions are really high”, because without fail, several fires break out within a day.

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    • millwright says:

      jk : Well now you’ve got a lot of ‘growers ‘ in those areas combined with a large migrant population with an agenda ! ” La Raza ” is the unifying cry to justify any sort of environmental and/or social attack upon a system they take advantage of .

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  38. rsmith1776 says:

    The (finally!) former POS “A. G.”, the Alabamian Possum, was mightily busy hounding ginseng-picking octogenarians, while addressing the systemic and NATION-DESTROYING issues of corruption and falsification of the sacred voting process wasn’t high on his list of bloody priorities.

    TWO WASTED (or worse) YEARS at the DOJ.

    Curse him to Hades.

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  39. Citizen 817 says:

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    • Citizen 817 says:

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      • Citizen 817 says:

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    • starfcker says:

      For God’s sake, Jack. Give that man a blue check mark.

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  40. Earl & Pearl Tourist says:

    Sundance,
    possible catch-22 questions:
    Do you have any position/involvement in the current administration?
    Have you ever provided misinformation to us treepers to support the current administration? Would you say no, as misinformation?

    Sometimes I have to question your positions based on my own investigations….

    Just wondering🤔

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  41. winky says:

    Thi s POS Hollywood producer was booed off stage for trashing PTrump…. comments are off the wall in support of PTrump

    https://www.thegatewaypundit.com/2018/11/watch-hollywood-producer-booed-off-stage-for-trashing-trump-at-israeli-film-festival-in-los-angeles/

    Liked by 1 person

    • Robert Smith says:

      Part of the explanation for why the left/Democrats act as they do is their ideal of moral superiority they conferred on themselves with their political opinions. In their mind, this superiority shield can’t be argued away. So even if they don’t know anything about the particulars of an issue, they will lecture you.

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  42. Sentient says:

    It’d be a damn shame if Bill Nelson, Sinema, Tester and Manchin all were to perish, with those vacancies filled by their governors.

    Liked by 1 person

  43. winky says:

    So far we have a mass shooting and 2 fires to take our mind off the voter fraud going on in CA with Communists trying to steal our elections

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  44. joeknuckles says:

    Remember how, after 9/11, we finally declared “war on terror?

    Everybody agreed that the terrorists had been at war with us for many years, but it took the attack on the WTC to get us to realize it.

    What will it take for us to finally realize the socialists (communists) are at war with us?

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  45. Troublemaker10 says:

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  46. rumpole2 says:

    Possible Islamic Terror attack in Melbourne Australia

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  47. emet says:

    Q. Say, how much longer to count them ballots?
    A. Um, depends how many we need.

    Liked by 4 people

    • Uh huh. Yep. Reason why results should not be announced until after the deadline.

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    • TDU_Weight says:

      Rodney Dangerfield

      Went to vote.
      I currently recline in a Republican county.
      Long line.
      After an hour get to the front.
      Guy asked my name.
      Couldn’t find it on the list.
      “When was the last time you voted?”
      I told him, “16 years ago.”
      “Sorry,” he said, “the deadline for registration was 4 weeks ago.”
      I left.
      On the way home I decided to try again.
      Drove to the next county over.
      It’s a Democrat county.
      Really long line.
      After 3 hours get to the front.
      Guy asked my name.
      Couldn’t find it on the list.
      “When was the last time you voted?”
      I told him, “16 years ago.”
      Guy looked me over and told me to get in another line.
      Really really long line.
      After 6 hours get to the front.
      Guy asked my name.
      Found it on the list.
      Gave me a ballot.
      Then I noticed the sign on the table.
      Registration For The Dead Line.
      I don’t get no respect.

      (RIP Rodney Dangerfield)

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