November 7th – 2019 Presidential Politics – Trump Administration Day #1022

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  1. Zimbalistjunior says:

    Hahahahaha
    Bloomberg planning to jump into the race.

    Can’t wait to hear his whiny voice promise to cover the entire country in bike lanes.

    Oy

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    • fanbeav says:

      And don’t forget banning Big Gulps!

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    • decisiontime16 says:

      Billionaire and former New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg is preparing to file paperwork to run for president in at least one state with an early filing deadline, according to a report.

      The New York Times stated Thursday evening that Bloomberg is expected to complete paperwork for the Democrat Party’s presidential primary in Alabama before this Friday’s deadline. However, the Times said the 77-year-old has yet to officially make up his mind about seeking the highest office in the land.

      “We now need to finish the job and ensure that Trump is defeated — but Mike is increasingly concerned that the current field of candidates is not well positioned to do that,” Howard Wolfson, a longtime Bloomberg, told Politico.

      He can support his pals Nadler, Schiff, Schumer and the rest of the lawfare bunch.

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    • Anon says:

      Bloomberg quadrupled his wealth during his time in office. Hope nobody looks into quid pro quo and emoluments there! LOL

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  2. Dora says:

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  3. MaineCoon says:

    Sundance was right, AGAIN!! (unless, NYT wrong, again)! SD called in long, long ago that the Dem roadmap would be that THE Chosen candidate would jump in at the end…He’ll gets the $$$ but not as much $$$ as we MAGAs are going to give —one small donation after another.

    He won’t get the vote, either!

    FTA: BREAKING NEWS

    Michael Bloomberg is expected to file to be on Alabama’s presidential primary ballot, an adviser said, though he has not yet decided to run.

    Thursday, November 7, 2019 5:25 PM EST

    Michael R. Bloomberg is actively preparing to enter the Democratic presidential primary and is expected to file paperwork this week designating himself as a candidate in at least one state with an early filing deadline, people briefed on Mr. Bloomberg’s plans said.

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    • Katherine McCoun says:

      I was thinking of exactly the same thing…SD prediction. But surely Bloomberg isn’t the one!? Was Hillary talking about jumping in a head fake or do we have conflict within the Dems?

      Which one will pick Romney as their VP?

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    • Reserved55 says:

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      • jx says:

        A threat? A joke.

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      • maggiemoowho says:

        The MSM are so delusional and just dumb, they still just don’t understand why President Trump won in 2016 and why he will win in 2020.

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        • WhiteBoard says:

          alan dershowitz brough up Mike robinson’s comment (may have commenter’s name wrong) of bill attainder today (creating a crime and then retoractively charging someone)

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      • vladdy says:

        This strikes me as bizarre. PDT lived his life in the public eye, and people have been saying for decades that he should run. Bloomberg? Maybe I’m out of the loop, but here in the sticks, he’s an ex- NYC mayor who often gets confused with DeBlasio– both wealthy guys who popped out of nowhere to run for office when there was no real demand, both known for limiting ordinary day-to-day life of NY’s citizens.

        This meme they’re pushing that he is a real threat to PDT….well,nobody knows what politics can bring, but it sounds so implausible as to not even be taken seriously. Seems even Warren or Sanders would be more competition.

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      • tailgunner2121 says:

        you watch a lot of cnn. hmm

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      • trialbytruth says:

        Lol “richer more successful and less offensive” this is hilarious.

        They actually we voted for Trump because we were star struck by his wealth and success.

        They are clueless it does not occur to them that we hick seed deplorables might have made a choice based on substance. That we may have judged Donald Trump to be worthy of our blood, treasure and sacred honor. That the unwashed masses waited for this moment and this man to reveal himself so that we might change the world.

        These over educated and underperforming poppinjays could not conceive that we actually know exactly how the world works and that we will be taking over our country now and they have been dismissed.

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      • Robert Smith says:

        Bloomberg puts people to sleep.

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    • lakelurelife says:

      I’m wondering what is up with the Tulsi Love Fest. Her adds are on several conservative blogs and Breitnart has a tsunami of Tulsi stories.
      She’s toward the bottom of the heep, and yet it seems- to me anyway- that the right is promoting her.
      She’s no “centrist”. She is a full on commie!
      What is up???!

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    • covfefe999 says:

      Fauxcahontas going to be heap mad.

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    • Justin Green says:

      Bloomberg isn’t nearly radical enough to please the now zombie-esque commie base.

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    • Carrie says:

      He’s got explaining to do- about his love affair with China…

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      • Ausonius says:

        To the DEMS he has nothing to explain: They LOVE Communist China and want America to be turned into a similar totalitarian state: forced abortions, religion persecuted out of existence, no actual morals except for Diktats from the Party, and massive amounts of bureaucrats lording it over the deplorable proletariat.

        Being Mayor of New York City has so far been a political dead end, going back to the 19th century: George McClellan, John Lindsay, Ed Koch, Rudy Giuliani, De Blasio.

        Bloomberg is not radical enough: “centrists” seem not to be in control of the party right now.

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  4. CNN_sucks says:

    Why do we need a primary? PDJT and Pence should be a shoo in. We have the whole bureaucracy and demonrats we have to fight in 2020. Save the millions for bigger fights like voter fraud.

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    • maggiemoowho says:

      Because the Never-Trumpers hate this country and want a Democrat to win.

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    • Niagara Frontier says:

      Money raised during a primary can be rolled over and used by the candidate in the general election. It therefore allows donors to donate up to the limit twice.

      Another reason for a primary season, even for a “shoe-in”, is media attention. Otherwise, the opponents suck up most of the oxygen during their primaries.

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    • tailgunner2121 says:

      ??
      bloomturd would be in the demorat primary

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    • linda4298 says:

      Here’s a little look back at the 2012 pres. primary for Obama https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/2012_Democratic_Party_presidential_primaries Darcy Richardson suspended his bid for the nomination on April 28, 2012. He still appeared on the ballot in Texas and was an eligible write-in candidate in California after suspending his campaign.[15]

      Four states canceled their respective Democratic primaries altogether, citing Obama being the only candidate to qualify on their respective ballot: Connecticut,[16] Delaware,[17] New York,[18] and Virginia.[19]

      Despite the limited opposition and ultimately receiving 100% of the pledged delegates, Obama’s total percentage of the national popular primary vote was the lowest of any incumbent since the contested 1992 election when George H. W. Bush was challenged by Pat Buchanan.

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  5. vladdy says:

    I was reading commenters on another site last night, all agreeing that Bloomberg could beat PDT. My jaw dropped. Am I missing something? Here in Midlandia, he’s only known as an ex-NYC guy who pioneered the already worn-out, silly term “sugary drinks,” along with banning ones he deemed too big. Oh — and some know about the bicycle paths.

    Am I missing something here, or are these other posters out-to-lunch? Bloomberg, as a threat to PDT? I don’t see that at all…..

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    • Nigella says:

      They are out to lunch

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    • FofBW says:

      Gas lighting and psy-ops.

      Been going on since PT rode down the escalator.

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    • Little Berkeley Conservative says:

      I was in the shiffy of San Franfeces and went to get a dr. Pepper and found only water and kompucha!

      Curse the Bloomenstein monster and his sugar free kult of kooks!

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    • Zimbalistjunior says:

      Here in nyc he’s known as a boring old dude who rode on Rudy’s coat tails and who, in order to establish some sort of legacy or reason to remember his pointlessness, did idiotic things like bike lanes pedestrian malls and closing the park to driving.
      When the city had shortfalls in budget he would dip into his own pocket ever so secretly so to avert crisis. Bc financial crisis would hurt his legacy.
      He is a putz. And the president would wipe the floor with him.
      A little oppo research into how he made his billions would be nice. For example How was it that he cornered the market on his Bloomberg machines and kept the market to himself all these years? No one could compete with his darned advanced technology?!
      He has a 40 year career. Look into it.

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    • Carrie says:

      You know- I’ve been thinking- I know who is going to help fund Bloomberg and his race- China. They would LOVE for him to be President. He would be a globalist wet dream for them- he loves China and won’t even call the present regime a dictatorship- he was actually quoted as saying that the regime listens to it’s people and that’s why they are cleaning the air by the big cities! It’s really so offensive to Hong Kong and the Chinese and Uighar people, I don’t even know where to begin.

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    • So true vladdy.

      A previous poster pointed out that most people not living in the bubble of NY get this Bloomberg mixed up with that Deblasio.

      To us it is “both from NY so what’s the diff”.

      They both sound the same, and to us all of these middle aged male New Yorker guys kind of look the same.

      Sorry, but really can not tell one from another.

      Now Donald Trump on the other hand, HIM I had heard of and knew what he look like.

      Donald Trump will always stand out from the crowd.

      Donald Trump has worked hard for this distinction and he deserves it.

      In a good way.

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    • janie says:

      ….and Bloomberg stands 5’8″, with dress heels on. Taller candidate (literally and figuratively in this case, with President Trump), wins in vast majority of presidential elections. Americans traditionally have wanted, if they have the option, a president with a commanding physical presence, for as non pc as that might be. Wouldn’t apply the same with female candidates though not that we’ve had much opportunity

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    • tailgunner2121 says:

      that means you’re on sites filled with morons

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    • MaineCoon says:

      Quit reading others site or watching msm if you don’t want to be confused. I’ll worry when SD worries.

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  6. Reserved55 says:

    CIA clients.

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  7. Reserved55 says:

    Epstein.

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  8. Lawton says:

    Bloomberg isn’t going to win any Dem primaries

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  9. Reserved55 says:

    Somebody told told me which criminal statute ‘obstruction of Congress ‘ falls under, but darned if I remember.

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      • Reserved55 says:

        Schiff is in way over his head. The Executive is not subservient to the Legislative branch.

        These jackals are sending sternly worded letters which the Executive has no obligation to acknowledge. Furthermore even if they were suboenas they are not seeking anything to do with legislative matters.

        Schifforbrains is just making senseless noise for his partners in Pravda and his braindead sheeple.

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    • thedoc00 says:

      There is this small thing called separation of powers defined in the constitution. Since the House has yet to pass a bill that actually creates judicial authority, there is NO US code violation and this remains a tug of war between two branches of the government..

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  10. WeThePeople2016 says:

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  12. Reserved55 says:

    Whistleblower’s lawyer Mark Zaid’s YouTube channel liked young Disney girl videos

    “Of all the things to leave up on your public YouTube channel while trying to take down President Trump, liked videos about prettiest Disney girls and Selena Gomez as a child are not usually the best approach.”

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    • LouisianaTeaRose says:

      …..he can’t help it…..he’s just such a fan….which is why “his kids” love him so much…yeah….you know which kids we’re talking about…

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  13. Reserved55 says:

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  14. WeThePeople2016 says:

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    • Mr. Morris says:

      Eric Holder can enchant us with tales of his gun running to Mexican Cartels (fast and furious), targeting of Republican tea party groups, ordering the IRS to send protected taxpayer files to the FBI headed by Robert Mueller and his other misadventures as Obama’s wingman. The press involved in the coup to remove President Trump from office and nullify the votes of 63 million voters will love him.

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    • dogsmaw says:

      We will always remember…

      Eric Holder slammed for ‘Fast and Furious’ obstruction – https://go.shr.lc/2DcSQ6u – @washtimes

      ANALYSIS/OPINION:

      The House Oversight Committee let loose with a scathing assessment of Eric Holder in a recent report, accusing the Barack Obama-era attorney general of outright misleading Congress on its investigation of the “Fast and Furious” gun-running scandal.

      And get this. Among the report’s 300 pages is the committee’s finding that Holder regarded the family of murdered Border Patrol agent Brian Terry as a “nuisance.”

      just an excerpt…go to link to read the article

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  15. dogsmaw says:

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  16. Troublemaker10 says:

    I seem to remember that Bloomberg explored entering the race in the beginning, but decided not to because he didn’t have enough support.

    He is also the one behind that program that funded gun control efforts in cities around the country.

    I don’t think so.

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  17. Reserved55 says:

    ‘Time editor at large.’

    This Marxist should jump in the Dim’s primary.
    Read it through.

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    • Carrie says:

      It’s a preposterous question. Every Democrat already knows that no bank or Silicon Valley titan will back Warren. She’s dead in the water in terms of fund raising. They are just trying to personally vilify Gates. Now Bloomberg, on the other hand…..

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    • “He is so attached to HIS OWN WEALTH that …” (Emphasis added.)

      Get it? His own wealth is, well, his own, to do with as he pleases. Aside from the fact that he/his products were at the right place at the time, he did basically invent, capitalize, work, and earn his money. HIS money.

      Who is this Anand who thinks she has the right to decide what another should do with HIS money?

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  18. Reserved55 says:

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  19. jx says:

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  20. CNN_sucks says:

    According TGP, the WB lawyer Zaid like to visit Disney and like pretty young girls. Seems like a pedo profile.

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  21. Reserved55 says:

    Laughing so hard my eyes are watering.

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    • Ray Runge says:

      PO Lindsey is daily defecating bricks about all those bags of dollars that he and McStain were able to rescue from Ukraine. There are limits to South Carolinians love for this compromised beast.

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  22. linda4298 says:

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  23. Lucille says:

    Economic sanctions besides expelling from NATO, please, President Trump, for terrorist-in-chief Erdogan’s caliphate….

    Turkey: Erdogan government has released hundreds of Islamic State prisoners from jails
    November 7, 2019 1:00 PM By Robert Spencer

    Rapidly re-Islamizing Turkey is not an ally or friend of the United States, and should be expelled from NATO.

    https://www.jihadwatch.org/2019/11/turkey-erdogan-government-has-released-hundreds-of-islamic-state-prisoners-from-jails

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  24. sunnyflower5 says:

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    • hawkins6 says:

      “It’s time for the MSM to correct its reporting and give America the truth.”

      True. But, it will certainly never happen as long as P Trump is in the WH and probably not for decades after that if a wiser generation appears and ends the madness. Also not likely given the education system….

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  25. dogsmaw says:

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  26. linda4298 says:

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  27. Jeff Sessions due to do first interview with Tucker Carlson within the next half hour on Fox eastern time….

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  28. linda4298 says:

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  29. Troublemaker10 says:

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  30. hawkins6 says:

    Smitten Tucker’s frequently invited friendly guest, Tulsi Gabbard, remained silent every time Joy Behar referred to Tucker as a liar and other pejoratives. Gabbard also incorrectly stated that the non wealthy people of America only received “crumbs’ from P T’s massive tax cuts and ignored the job creating and wage raising results. They’re all liars.

    Tulsi’s been using Carlson and would never say a kind word about him it appears.

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    • Matthew LeBlanc says:

      Want to barf every time I see or hear her.

      She’s a freaking globalist tool who will impeach PDJT, grab guns, fund planned parenthood, appease Iran and never ever shut up about her service in war zone military hospital among other things.

      Anyone supporting PDJT who even has a whiff of maybe she not so bad needs to stop sleeping and start remembering.

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    • Rynn69 says:

      I wonder how many years of Tulsi’s life will go by until she realizes what she says she is does not align with the Democrat Party of today. Cannot be a Patriot and a Democrat of today. Democrat Party is no longer recognizable to America. Her positions on foreign policy, patriotism, 2A, and globalism/multinationalism do not align with the Democrat Party.

      ABTW, she does not know what she is talking about regarding healthcare.

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  31. linda4298 says:

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    • tailgunner2121 says:

      screw sessions. Ex Auburn University football coach tommy tuberville is the man for that. Big Trump guy. Sean Spicer is part of tubervilles campaign.

      tommyforsenate.com

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  32. CNN_sucks says:

    OMG. Sessions please go away. You had your chance to be great but you failed miserably. You let Rosey run the sham and almost got our president remove. We don’t want anymore traitor. We already have one by name of Pierre Delecto. Go home.

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  33. jx says:

    This is what the deranged Democrats are going for

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  34. sunnyflower5 says:

    Whistleblower Lawyer wants to denied the President his first amendment rights. 👌

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  35. Troublemaker10 says:

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    • Katherine McCoun says:

      I think Holder might be tough to beat amongst the Dems.

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      • bofh says:

        In the primary, sure. He’d be the only one that wasn’t obviously an ass-clown. Don’t think the Clintoons would be too happy about it, but perhaps that no longer matters. That’s really the wild-card here, isn’t it – how much juice do the Clintoons still have?

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        • WhiteBoard says:

          a terrorist ally – is not hard to beat – directly aligned to iran mullahs and pallets of cash laundered into lawfare.
          easy to beat
          remember Trump allows this to continue, to provide evidence after they show themselves..

          remember the foia email showing burisma recently?

          THESE PEOPLE shold of begged like romney did (romney is pretending to be anti trump – this is the DANGER of trump’s style – he recruits enemies and has them continue their act but report to him).

          wake up. this is Public Relation – IT WILL NEVER TELL YOU WHAT THEY ARE DOING. the whole point of PR is to change your mind without you ever knowing.

          ty DANA! Seth lives!

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    • He is a diehard racist. Would never prosecute a “brother,” no matter what.

      Remember the new black panthers holding baseball bats in front of a Philly polling station? Making threats? That were already charged by the local DA? This racist dismissed all charges.

      Will white leftists be comfortable with that?

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    • tailgunner2121 says:

      he thinks by running it will protect him from his coming indictments. won’t work scumbag

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  36. Carrie says:

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  38. jeans2nd says:

    China wants tariff reduction as part of Phase 1 deal.
    Ain’t happening, at least not right now, per Dr Peter Navarro, who never speaks without authorization from Trade Ambassador Robert Lighthizer.

    6:16

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  39. Carrie says:

    This is outrageous!! This has to be stopped!

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  40. Troublemaker10 says:

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  43. WeThePeople2016 says:

    Pennsylvania.

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    • soozword says:

      And is anybody going to challenge this???

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    • oldersoul says:

      MontCo PA has a chinese menu style ballot in local elections. Pick up to 2 in one race, pick up to 5 in another, etc. So one ballot could have up to 20-30 ‘votes’ on it.

      But the way that graphic portrays as ‘votes’, it should be much higher if the votes are discretely tabulated as described above.

      But if the term ‘votes’ was meant as ballots cast, then there is a real problem in the County. It’s one ballot to a customer, the same as everywhere else.

      This is a major ring county outside Philadelphia. So it wouldn’t surprise me if some of Philly’s infamous election fraud disease has infected some of the southernmost precincts.

      Don’t look for the County GOP to do anything about it. They are a pack of elitist navel gazers upset that Joe Gale beat their splitter machine candidate. As long as the Philly papers don’t beat them up too much, they are happy being noble losers.

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    • Beau Geste says:

      usual actual turnout is nominally 50% ? (at best, for off year elections).

      This should put some people in jail, as a warning for 2020.
      The FBI’s top man Wray will put their Best People on this easy case, I’m sure. The absolutely Best People they have left, out of the “99% hardworking honest underappreciated, stalwart, patriotic people below the few bad apples at the top….

      Wray will recommend a one-hour, self-training “election ethics” course…
      Chapter 1 the only place dead people can legally keep voting democrat is Chicago
      Chapter 2 you should not submit made-up democrat votes for people who already voted (cover your tracks better)
      Chapter 3 remember to vote for more money for the FBI, to say “thank you” for not indicting you.

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    • Free Speech says:

      If POTUS is not going to require Executive Branch action on election fraud, he should go ahead and step down now, honestly and directly brief us on the dangers we as Patriots face from our own government, and allow us to get started prepping.

      I’m SICK of the blatant election fraud going unchallenged.

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  44. WeThePeople2016 says:

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    • oldersoul says:

      Virginia, once the epicenter of American gun ownership and the Second Amendment in practical action.

      That state has literally been turned upside down. Truly incredible. I don’t think rural Virginia will comply with this at all.

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      • foo says:

        Rural New Yorkers didn’t, and what it meant practically was that the “powers that be” were able to arbitrarily arrest and imprison any conservative they wanted, up to and including a GOP state senator.

        The GOP utterly failed for 2 generations to make staunch-2A a litmus test for the bench, and this is the result.

        We don’t even get proper enforcement of Heller, which is all it would take to end these Democrat gun grabs.

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  45. Bigbadmike says:

    Well, I guess the lightweights have had their fun, and now it’s time for the heavyweights, Bloomberg, Holder, and Hillbag to enter the Ring. Deadline to file is Friday in AL for Dem Primary. Bet the Farm Crooked will file. God have mercy on the Souls of poor Eric and Michael. They don’t know what is in store for them. Only our Lion can beat the Wicked Witch.

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