President Trump Offers To Campaign For Republican Challenger to Lisa Murkowski in 2022…

Alaska Senator Lisa Murkowski proclaims today that she may not be able to support the reelection of President Donald Trump.  President Trump fires back:

Long term CTH readers will well remember how Tea Party candidate Joe Miller was backed by Sarah Palin when he stunningly defeated Lisa Murkowski during the republican primary in 2010.  However, Murkowski would not accept the primary defeat and the entitlement-minded incumbent ran as a write-in candidate, and enlisted the assistance of democrats in Alaska to retain her seat in the general election.

The Tea Party was furious at the level of elitist refusal to accept the primary defeat in 2010, and Senator Murkowski has been a thorn in the side of conservatives ever since.

In a further slap to the face for the base of the movement, when Murkowski returned to the Senate as a successful write-in candidate, the 2011 professional republican apparatus, the Decepticons, never held her accountable for her insufferable self-interest.  Instead the GOPe, through then minority leader Mitch McConnell, allowed Murkowski to return to the same committee positions she held before rebuking the will of the republican electorate.

Senator Murkowski voted against Justice Kavanaugh, supports Obamacare and open borders, and is generally a member of the Decepticon senate group that supports Wall Street corporate objectives advanced by the U.S. chamber of commerce (Tom Donohue).

One good option:  If Sarah Palin decides to challenge Murkowski, there is a very strong likelihood Ms Palin could be successful in finally ending this painful chapter in conservative politics.

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360 Responses to President Trump Offers To Campaign For Republican Challenger to Lisa Murkowski in 2022…

  1. Bill says:

    Does this President know how to hit back or what? Brilliant yet hilarious.!!! Love you President Trump!!!

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  2. Alli says:

    The only reason I worked for John McCain presidential run was because he put Sarah Palin on the ticket. I did not know at the time what a swamp rat he was but I had such a good feeling about Ms Pailin.

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    • Mad Mike says:

      I’m with you Alli… I was so ignorant then, even though voting Republican. She was the most exciting and interesting thing about his run.

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  3. LULU says:

    This insipid legacy senator should have been gone long ago Talk about a weak sister… She would have us believe she operates from some moral compass. She has only one guide: Her hatred for Donald J. Trump.

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    • Issy says:

      LULU: I don’t know if she hates Trump, but what is plain from her actions is that she loves the power she has. The power to be appeased and catered to in order to get her vote for something important to the President. She is your typical political hack, who would be running as a democrat if Alaska weren’t a red state.

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  4. 335blues says:

    I am not rich, and I don’t live in Alaska.
    But I can guarantee this:
    If Sarah Palin runs for the senate in Alaska,
    I will send her every dollar that I can.
    Murkowski is a disgrace to Alaska, and to America.

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    • Issy says:

      335blues: I don’t live there either, but have visited many times. It’s a great place and so are the people. They deserve better representation than this person. I hope a real republican will run against her.

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      • Dutchman says:

        Issy,
        GOD no, not a “Real Republican”!
        A real MAGA candidate.
        When the Republican leadership, in BOTH houses, and virtually ALL the REPUBLICAN Senators, actively work to coup our President, continuously since the election, undermining his MAGA agenda, which is straight line Conservative, we have to face reality.

        Mitch and Ryan ARE true Republican politicians. Nunes, Jordan and yes PDJT are the minority outliers.

        I won’t support Republican candidates, we have too many of those in the Congress, already. But MAGA candidates, I’ll donate, I’ll phone bank, I’ll support them any way I can!

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        • DWC says:

          Sorry but the objective here is to give the GOP the majlority in both the Senate and House. If you only have one nothing gets done. If you don’t have the Senate, no appointments. If you don’t have either then POTUS Trump gets impeached and goodbye MAGA and our Constitutional Republic. Sometimes you have to look at and understand reality and put emotions aside. And, yes, I hate RINOs as much as anybody. But a RINO who can be pressured and hold a placesetter position is better than any Democrat who will destroy this county if they ever get the majority in Congress and God forbid the Presidency at the same time. Wake up.

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          • Dutchman says:

            I am awake, and I do not allow emotions to effect my decision making, as that is the route of manipulation.
            My vote is sacred. I will not wipe my *ss with my ballot.
            You are saying I should vote for a McCain, a Romney, a Ryan, a McConnell, a Graham if they are on the ballot, because they have an “R” after their name, and thats better than a “D”.

            Well, a dogturd sandwich, I’m guessing, is probably less unpalatable than a catturd sandwich,…but I don’t intend to eat either.

            The goal is to get MAGA candidates, who will enthusiastically support and defend PDJT and us.

            This is NOT letting ‘the perfect get in the way of the good’, cause THERE IS NO GOOD.

            I voted for Sarah, even though I knew the guy sharing the ticket with her was a snake.
            Next time up, I just COULD NOT choke down the bile, to vote for Mitt and Ryan.
            And I have recently decided I WILL NOT vote for a candidate, cause they are lesser of two weavils, or the other guy is worse, cause THATS how McConnell, Graham and Mitt got where they are.
            I’m not saying anyone else should do this, but I am following this coarse.

            30 years of voting for crap, cause it stinks less than the other crap, has got us where we are.
            If you keep doing what you have always done, you’ll keep getting what you’ve always got.

            If Republican party wants my vote, they have to EARN it.

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            • Jeff says:

              You wrote, “You are saying I should vote for a McCain, a Romney, a Ryan, a McConnell, a Graham if they are on the ballot, because they have an “R” after their name, and thats better than a “D”.”
              Yes, that’s exactly what we’re saying, and we mean it. The primaries are where your battles should be fought. Work tirelessly to oust the RINO’s in the primaries. But once they’re on the ballot in the General Election, they must be supported, for all the reasons listed above in the OP’s comment.
              Yes, it’s distasteful. But it is necessary.
              Later, you wrote, “I WILL NOT vote for a candidate, cause they are lesser of two weavils, or the other guy is worse, cause THATS how McConnell, Graham and Mitt got where they are.”
              And this is how dems and RINO’s achieve office. Yes, it sucks to have RINO’s in office. But would you prefer a democrat? Because that’s what you’re enabling by sitting out an election.
              Democrats = death of America.
              RINO’s = we’re going to steal you blind and lie to you.
              …I’d rather be robbed and cheated than killed.
              Just saying.

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              • @Jeff
                Insanity: Doing the same thing over and over expecting different results.

                How is voting for a McCain, a Romney, a Ryan, a McConnell, a Graham, any different than voting for a demorat or not voting at all? At least you know what you are going to get in the latter circumstance.. With McCain, a Romney, a Ryan, a McConnell, a Graham see below.

                “A nation can survive its fools, and even the ambitious. But it cannot survive treason from within. An enemy at the gates is less formidable, for he is known and carries his banner openly. But the traitor moves amongst those within the gate freely, his sly whispers rustling through all the alleys, heard in the very halls of government itself. For the traitor appears not a traitor; he speaks in accents familiar to his victims, and he wears their face and their arguments, he appeals to the baseness that lies deep in the hearts of all men. He rots the soul of a nation, he works secretly and unknown in the night to undermine the pillars of the city, he infects the body politic so that it can no longer resist. A murderer is less to fear.”

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                • Jeff says:

                  I respect your viewpoint, but I stand by what I said, for the reasons I stated earlier. You are welcome to have a differing opinion; I’m just happy to have you here with us in the Treehouse.
                  By the way, I’ve been itching to ask you. Your screen name – would that have anything to do with a fictional phone number?

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                • WP won’t let me post reply below so if you see this Jeff is favorite RAH book 🙂

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              • Dutchman says:

                Not sitting out, and no, what I am saying is ;
                Democrat= Death to America, and openly chanting it.
                RINO=Death to America, but LIES about it.
                Vote for either one, your just as dead.

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          • DC Trumpnado says:

            Generally I would agree with you if it was a state like Maine or Massachusetts but it is Alaska we are talking about. Alaska can do much better.

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        • Issy says:

          Dutch: Even the rinos aren’t as bad as Lisa. I think it would take an establishment type candidate to beat Lisa. She has a large block of democrat votes, the establishment republicans and the others are voting for the R in front of her name. Other than a Sarah P. type, and many repubs won’t vote for her because she quit, it would need to be someone who could get the nerver Trump Repubs or Lisa spits the vote and wins again..

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          • Dutchman says:

            I understand splitter strategy, and seen it work; thats why they use it.
            “The establishment Republicans” are a BIG problem, in many States, where they hold positions within the State party apperatus.
            Remember the girl found murdered in cornfield,…by an illegal alien,…employed by a State Republican party chair?

            And it was only because that story came out, with National headlines, that he had to step down.
            But a guy who is employing illegals in his business, does anyone think he was working hard for MAGA, a wall, etc.

            And, how hard would it have been, PRIOR to this incident, to know he was hiring illegals.

            The Rockerfeller Republicans have been in control of the Party, since the Whigs, and have been an albatross around the neck of the Republican party, since day one.

            They MUST be purged, in order to sustain MAGA, IMHO.

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        • Issy says:

          Dutch: Even the rinos aren’t as bad as Lisa. I think it would take an establishment type candidate to beat Lisa. She has a large block of democrat votes, the establishment republicans and the others are voting for the R in front of her name. Other than a Sarah P. type, and many repubs won’t vote for her because she quit.

          It would need to be someone who could get the never Trump Repubs or Lisa spits the vote and wins again. I don’t have to like it to be pragmatic.

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    • Mike Lee DelMarcelle says:

      Sarah would be great! Have Terrible Ted campaign with her and put Lisa in a stanglehold baby!

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  5. Joebkonobi says:

    If so, who is the popular republican challenger?

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  6. trishinsouthernillinois says:

    This is the TWEET of the day!
    Zippo level! 🔥
    😆😆😆

    WTF? I have to sign in AGAIN? 😡🗝

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    • Peoria Jones says:

      Yep, our President has BIGLY brass ones. Hey, Sarah…wanna come out and play?

      Liked by 17 people

    • maggiemoowho says:

      To fix this(it’s the only thing that works for me) I tape the like button at the top of the page for the main article, that takes me to the sign in screen and after I sign in, I refresh the page twice and that fixes it. If I tap the like button on a “reply” to the main article, it lets me sign in, but not stay signed in. Weird I know, but it’s the only way I can stay signed in.

      Hope this helps.

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      • trishinsouthernillinois says:

        Thanks. I’ve done the main page like button. It starts all over again when I leave tree house (without signing out).
        When 2020 started, all my posts went to the purgatory bin for about 2 to 3 months. But I was ALWAYS signed in continuously. Once the purgatory issue ended, now I have to sign in at least 15 to 20 times a day.

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  7. Yy4u says:

    And Murkowski is? Not the Alaska I lived in. And don’t ya’ll refore to us as “The Lower 48” or “Outside” anymore?

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    • AKzombie says:

      Sadly no one is really popular. Current governor is a joke. After Murky stole it from Miller it’s as if folks are resigned to the fact Murky is in for as long as she wants. Tons of voting irregularities in “bush” Alaska when she won via write in.

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  8. ip siscr says:

    Murkowski … Murkowski … you mean Mirkwood Mirkowski ?!?

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  9. dufrst says:

    If (when) Trump wins in 2020, you will see Lisa Murkowski dramatically change her tune and be the most Trump supporting Senator in the Senate. I hope Trump doesn’t buy the swoon and gets her the hell out of there in 2022!

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    • evergreen says:

      Yeah, and would you or anyone trust her once she got re-elected? Surely, not.

      Liked by 3 people

    • billshiloh says:

      I promise you dufrst ,President Trump
      WILL NOT FORGET Murkowski !!

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    • dufrst:
      If that happens, then Trump would really be in the catbird seat because Lisa would be pro-Trump anyway just to be reelected, but then the President will be able to say, ‘sorry, Lisa, I gave my word!’

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    • Dutchman says:

      I would like to see PDJT tweet the same thing, …to Kentucky and S. Carolina.
      If you have a pulse, I’m there for you!

      Dump support for McConnell, Graham and the rest of those conmunist masqueraders.

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      • Dutchman I have CHF but I’m doing my best to stay alive long enough to water McConnell’s grave. I’m mean it’s a short drive across the Brent Spence bridge so why not?

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        • Dutchman says:

          Oh, man your so CLOSE! I am in Az.,…and thought he would be interred here,…so disappointed.
          Actually, the depth of my sincere feelings regarding his passing,…might have meant I would have expressed my sentiments in more,…solid and significant ways than you suggest…..
          Hang in there, CHF’s no picnic…
          Oh, lasix, thats why water. I get that.

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          • Dutchman I too would rather be in Arizona. Anywhere the sun shines as opposed to Ohio’s deathly gray skies most of the year. In fact I would rather be back on my cruising sailboat in El Caribe but I haven’t the physical strength for that any longer. Maybe the Winnebago to Arizona while gas is almost free… but then I might never go home 😉

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            • Dutchman says:

              If you decide to come, I can reccomend a great trailer park, quiet, peaceful, no riff raff and sunshine and fresh air in abundance.
              In fact, the,wind blows most of the time….

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  10. Trump2020 says:

    Run Sarah run! Be the good patriot you are and a strong outspoken conservative WOMAN!!!🇺🇸

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  11. WSB says:

    Go Sarah!!!!!!!!!

    We are ALL Alaskans now!!!!

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  12. Okay; this is 2020. Much can happen to change the attitude for a 2022 election.
    No big deal.

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  13. Here’s something that I don’t like at all. There are too many “conservative” writers and media people who are bashing our President Trump.

    Of course it’s all done in the spirit of helpfulness, what some people call “care porn” but nevertheless it is not good to seen an article by John Nolte or hear a rap by Michael Savage (who has always been one of Pres. Trump’s biggest supporters) suggesting that our POTUS is being duped by his daughter and son in law, or that he has made a mess of the Covid hoax and/or the riots.

    We have enough to contend with when it comes to the Enemedia. We do not need to take incoming fire from our own people. They should all follow Rush’s example- he is fighting a terrible battle with cancer, yet every chance he gets he’s doing his 3 hour show, relentlessly supporting our President Trump and gaining thousands of more supporters every day.

    We are in an active civil war. Let’s not kid ourselves. There’s blood in the streets and summer isn’t officially here yet. The savages are getting restless and I have seen what NYC can be like during those long hot summers. The most important thing we can do is stick together, support our President and pray unceasingly for him and our Republic.

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    • Magabear says:

      Glad you pointed out that Nolte article today. He’s usually a spot on writer, but that column was just unnecessary. Have we learned nothing of how the media uses the RCP average to create public perception?

      I have my occassional disagreements with PDJT, but now, during riots and all the other leftist BS being tossed around, is not the time to be nitpicking at our President.

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      • Magabear- I think that just about all of us who come here to share information and fellowship are in the fight 1000%.
        This is not the time for petty disagreements. Haven’t these fools learned yet that the Dirty Demon Rats want to see us DEAD?
        There is NOTHING they won’t do including killing our elderly parents and grandparents to undermine our President Trump.
        The Dems stick together. Always. They are not allowed any wiggle room. They are not allowed to dissent or stray from the party line, no matter how insane it might be.
        We have to do likewise. We cannot stop fighting from now till November 3rd and even after that.
        There is simply no other choice: our President Trump MUST get re-elected or we lose EVERYTHING. Western Civilization is at stake. Just look at what these Satanic demons are capable of.

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        • stripmallgrackle says:

          They do stick together and, clearly, they are down to “whatever it takes” now that Obama outed them, but to say they want us all dead is a bit harsh. I would think only enough to make an example for the rest of us. If we’re all dead when they take control, we won’t be much use when it comes to tilling the fields on the collectives.

          Then again, that means fewer hungry mouths to feed too.

          Still, they’ve gotten just about everything they could expect from free elections and the democratic process, so we are in a truly dangerous time now. They will drag this country down until marshal law is the rule while they comfort each other with their shared vision that “this time we will get Marxism right and eliminate oppression for all time.”

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          • stripmallgrackle says:

            And keep this one on the DL. The high mucky-mucks will still be more equal.

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          • Jan says:

            Just look what the mayors did with Wujan virus….Arresting & jailing people for trying to reopen their business, arresting people for being out without a mask or just being out on the street. It wasn’t to protect the public health, it was to exercise their power because they could.

            The Minnesota City Council just voted tonight to disband its police force & enact something more forward looking. They have a large Muslim population. A group of street watch Muslims in NYC have already built a little “police” force in a NYC neighborhood and are applying Sharia law to their residents & warn the NYC police to stay out. How long will you be able to survive a physical assault if there’s no 911 number to call or police to rescue you? Who’s going to help victims in car accidents?

            They want us off social media/internet if we don’t agree with them. They want to put your 1 yr. in school all day so they can start feeding them their communist principles while they’re younger, including breaking the bond between parents and children.

            Wake the HELL up!! WE (being conservatives) may not even have voting rights on November 3.. That’s how fast this revolution is coming.

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          • Treeper 46 says:

            Seneca is right, they want us dead. These Demons NEVER want to have to fight this hard to get back what they thought they had bagged with HRC. And look, they are everywhere now.

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          • Snellvillebob says:

            They want to cull 80% of us so the human race is more sustainable. This is true of Bill Gates and Bill Ayers (From his days in the weather underground in the 1960’s}
            I have gotten a flu shot every year since at least 1997 and I will never get another now that I know Bill Gates, George Soros and the Clintons are funding those comanies.

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          • romy911 says:

            They do want us dead – those of us that are not sheep.

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          • Remington says:

            Strip….’wanting us dead a bit harsh? I think not. However, they need to understand that feeling is mutual. I’m sick of being nice to these demons.

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            • Dutchman says:

              Yes, REMINGTON
              (LIKE the moniker, btw) my fingers getting itchy, with each new stunt they pull.
              Stocking up,..and TRYING to be patient and pray.

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            • unconqueredone says:

              Have you seen MIB? The human says the alien can have his gun over his dead body. The alien says “that is acceptable” and kills him.
              The leftists want us sheep, or dead- either is acceptable.

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          • The Devilbat says:

            The democrats want conservatives dead. They plan to replace us with poor Latinos from south of the border to grow their food and do the work.

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      • Magabear:
        If it’s the article I think you’re referring to, that was a minor slap.
        Nolte, who I’m sure Nolte likes to read here, has been a magnificent supporter of Trump; but he was a convert (so to speak), but when he hopped on the Trump Train he flew in!
        We have to admit, however, that this series of curses and hoaxes have Donald The Great off his preferred rhythm. He’s like a baseball slugger that’s been playing injured, but still getting his hits.
        I’d tell him, as Devin Nunes likes to repeat, ‘Mr President, when the Left goes bonkers, you know you’re over the target. And when they go ‘mega bonkers’ YOU REALLY KNOW YOU’RE OVER THE TARGET, SO THRUST FORWARD!!!!!
        I’ve never seen anything like the church nonsense or the absurdity re the use of US Armed Forces. But do you know why? Because Dems have already decided their strategy is to tank the economy and blame Trump, thus sacrificing the lives and livelihoods of millions of Americans. If Trump then rides in with the cavalry holding the American Flag, it’s ‘all she wrote!’

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    • Jase says:

      It’s all building up to an end goal: the question is, which Rino Judas will be the one to go public with the plea for PDJT to resign, or not contest the election, ‘for the good of the country’.
      Romney? Grahame? Or both?

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      • Jase- I also don’t like what the hell is going on with the f******* GENERALS.

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        • Rj says:

          It just goes to show us all what the Brass at the DOD truly think and who really matters to them. Their livelihoods and wealth depends on wars and the decades of endless money going into the war machine. Anyone who is connected to the Atlantic. Counsel on foreign relations or any globalist group is selling out this country and the constitution means nothing to them. If you haven’t done so yet go read Mark levin’s op ed on Mattis. You can also include Kelly and MCcrystal and many others.

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        • Jase says:

          Retired generals. I’ve seen 3 quoted, including Mattis.
          They are no different to other retired Obama appointees like Brennan and Rice.
          The media try to trumpet that is serving military officers who are defying Trump, but that isn’t so.
          Remember: you can always rely on Dems to overplay their hand – like Schiff and Schumer saying that the President’s walk through Lafayette was ‘America’s Tiananmen Square.
          They were desperate for the President to put regular troops on the streets of New York. He didn’t, so now they have to lie bigger to pretend.

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        • Snellvillebob says:

          Today my Senator David Purdue mass emailed his nominees for the service acadamies. Now I know how all those lefties got into the military. It was Hillary, Schumer etc who appointed them. Now it finally makes sense when obama forced retirement on 5000 navy chiefs and 5000 army majors. He was culling out all the Conservatives.

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        • romy911 says:

          I remember when I loved The Generals being part of PDJT’s cabinet. When Mattis criticized President Trump the last time, I lost total respect for him. No respect for Kelly. Allen – always a Never Trumper.
          They can’t ask President Trump to resign unless he loses the support of his base. The luke warm Trump supporters in my family & circle are strong supporters now.
          The Dems & media have totally exposed themselves. It is war – we stay strong.

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          • CNN_sucks says:

            That 17 years of war in the middle east are the generals pet project. PDJT came along and ended that useless war. He has done more for the last 3 years than this generals.
            Hail to the chief!

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          • romy911- agree with your post.
            I am shocked that 4 of my NY neighbors have massive TRUMP flags and signs outside their homes.
            The Dems just don’t have that kind of support and loyalty.

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            • Mad Mike says:

              Compared to 2016, the outward PDJT support is WAY up in my area (South Carolina). I see so many large Trump flags flying proudly in more and more yards (something you did not see AT ALL in 2016)… I’ve seen Trump 2020 spray painted on an overpass… I’ve seen a young man riding around with a Trump 2020 sticker on his windshield!

              I can’t remember being more eager to cast my vote for anyone.

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      • romy911 says:

        PDJT has to lose his base of support before the RINO Judas could make a move. That’s been the goal all along, polling in the low 30s or 20s. As long as he has the support of The People (not the crazy ones), they can’t make a move.

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        • The media create the controversies, identify the bad guys, and the good guys.
          Hours later they call a thousand people and ask them who are the bad guys and who are the good guys. It’s usually the same bad guys and good guys the media had already told them over and over in their wall-to-wall coverage.

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    • hawkins6 says:

      I agree Seneca.
      There are far too many Conservative attacks on the Trump admin. Ann Coulter is still railing like a nutcase against Trump for not building the wall despite all the machinations it took for Trump to get any funding for it.

      Martha McSally is in a tough fight in Arizona and many are attacking her. These cannibalistic tactics will only aid the Dems. Maybe that is what some want.

      Inner party criticisms have their value but not when election fever is beginning to percolate. It’s time for unity of purpose and not picking at each others imperfections. These can be settled after the November win.

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    • Issy says:

      Seneca: Thanks. I call it piling on, and in these troubled times criticism constructive or otherwise is not helpful.

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    • rvsueandcrew says:

      Thank you, Seneca, thank you! You wrote what I’ve often wanted to write. It really bothers me that we “take incoming fire from our own people.” Included in that incoming fire are those who repeat I don’t trust Javanka and I don’t trust Pence and I don’t trust Pompeo. Someone even posted they don’t trust Karen Pence because of the expression on her face in a photo. All right, some are trolls. Trumpsters should know better.

      What good is posting unsubstantiated distrust? We need solidarity!!!

      I really like your last line, Seneca…. “stick together, support our President and pray unceasingly for him and our Republic.”

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      • Dutchman says:

        Rvsue,
        Please don’t say “Trumpsters”? That is what THEY call us.
        Deplorables, Trump supporters,…MAGA-ites, I suppose.

        Just a gentle nudge,…

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      • rvsueandcrew- thanks for your kind words.
        The media now seems to be the puppet masters of the Dems and not the other way around.
        The effect that they have on the masses should never be underestimated.
        We cannot afford even one defector in our ranks, especially if they are someone who presents as a conservative Trump supporter and then stabs him the back.
        As many of us have said, we are in a civil war. Such attacks on our President Trump coming from “our” team are the greatest treachery imaginable.

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      • rvsueandcrew I’m not ashamed to say I don’t trust Ivanka because of her substantiated woman centric/leftist leaning agenda and that thing about leopards and spots.. Pence and the “Pence says he’s now ‘inclined’ to believe Flynn didn’t intentionally mislead him about Russian ambassador” thing I find incredibly problematic.

        That said VSGPOTUSDJT is a whole lot more accomplished than I so if he wants them there they has my support by default.

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        • rvsueandcrew says:

          Mycroft…. One way to support our President is to support the Trump-Pence ticket for 2020, as well as members of his family whom the President chooses to work with him.

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    • YvonneMarie says:

      Michael Savage is always griping about POTUS.
      Trump needs a few trusted people guarding his back.
      He chose his daughter & son in law. Good for him.
      Michael gets too full of himself.
      That is why no one in the business talks to him.
      He is right a lot, but not on this topic of POTUS or the China virus.
      Rush Limbaugh is at the top of his game right now. God bless him!

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    • Scarlet says:

      Kushner is a problem.

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    • DiogeneseVindicated says:

      You get a like from me. These ‘writers’ create the illusion that the PDJT base is limited, scattered and of non-uniform consistency, when in fact it is a massive movement with size and solidarity the likes of which have not been seen in American politics for generations.

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      • Diogenese- as I watch the riots, I often think that we have more people at single Trump rally than they have at any of their staged “demonstrations.”
        Once again the Enemedia is distorting everything.

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        • Mad Mike says:

          Seneca, you’re right on.

          And the fine folks at those rallies take off of work, pay their own way to get there, and stand in line for hours… numbering thousands and thousands. It’s done for hope and pride… not anger, violence, and the bounty of looting.

          The Patriots still outnumber those who would tear this great country down to ground, despite opposition efforts to keep it on the down low.

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  14. Troublemaker10 says:

    Trump literally announces he will support anyone challenging Murkowski in the 2022 primary a few days after an election where his endorsements won 64-0.

    Like a boss.

    Liked by 20 people

    • Well, Troublemaker don’t tell Poor Liddle Lisa that Trump is 64-0 since she Shtruggles so hard and long in making her decisions…all 2 of ’em…..

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    • Issy says:

      Troublemaker10: Lia garners a large number of democrat votes in Alaska. That’s why she is always so conflicted and on the fence. She panders to a large block of normally democrat voters to form her coalition. The republicans just need to abandon her in droves.

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    • Marc says:

      Let’s be accurate. Not all Trump endorsements have been a win. I can think of two off the top of my head: John James(MI) and Luther Strange(AL).

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      • The Tundra PA says:

        True. But Luther, who seems to have disappeared since his defeat, never had strong support in Alabama. My Trump-loving cousins in Birmingham said they never thought Luther would pull it off after he was appointed to the Senate by the governor, despite PDJT’s endorsement.

        John turned right around and began running for the other Michigan Senate seat, and seems to be doing well. I donated to his campaign last time and will again. He is an outstanding candidate.

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    • oldumb says:

      Anyone with a pulse… haha. That was great

      Liked by 1 person

  15. Patriot1783 says:

    Dear Governor Palin,
    Please run. My husband and I voted for the McCain 2008 Ticket because of you. Your country and President Trump needs your voice ❤️

    Thank you!

    Patriot1783

    Liked by 17 people

  16. SOLACE for anyone “GETTING NERVOUS”

    President Trump would NEVER have done this if he and AG Barr weren’t ready to FINGER the GANG of EIGHT for SEDITION.

    He’ll leave them ZERO wiggle room from committing and voting AMERICA FIRST
    … BEFORE the 2020 Election.

    Next up: Miss Lindsay for sitting on some 50 Judicial Nominees the past few months.

    Evidence: Turtle Mitch is “beginning” to move on Trump’s CRITICAL ADMINISTRATION NOMINEES … but at the snail’s pace of 1-2 a week after 3 1/2 YEARS.

    Liked by 9 people

    • At this point, WHAT the HELL do we have to LOSE.

      If SC takes out Graham on June 9th, we’re in the DRIVER’s SEAT!

      Liked by 7 people

      • Mike says:

        I am voting against Grahamnesty on Tuesday. I hope it is at least close to send him a message.

        Liked by 9 people

        • Make it HAPPEN, Mike.

          Liked by 1 person

        • Let’s see if the SC Governor returns the favor after POTUS put him over the finish line!

          Liked by 1 person

        • Some old guy says:

          Is there singular challenger that has a chance? I ask dearly hoping that’s the case.

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        • Mad Mike says:

          That’s two Mikes down to vote against Graham next week.

          I get a daily email from him, telling me the only way to save the country is to send him money.

          He’s far more worried about the former SC Democratic Party Chair running against him, lamenting regularly in emails about how he’s being outraised by Hollywood and Hillary Clinton.

          He’s a polished liar that is running out of places to hide. Again, he’s one of our most veteran Senators… He and McConnell should be our All-Star players instead of quietly passing away the time, doing as little to back our President as possible (the trickling flow of nominations)… which tells us all we need to know.

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  17. steph_gray says:

    Another thing that would be fantastic about a Sarah run –

    There would be Splodey Media Heads the likes of which we have never yet seen!

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  18. hawkins6 says:

    Maybe Murkowski is auditioning to be Biden’s VP. At this crazy time, it’s not impossible. Having a hissy fit over POTUS’s justified reply to Dem hack Mattis (once a beloved General) is just a convenient excuse to align with her Dem cohorts. The wily, devious left are however, always attacking Trump viciously so in part, he’ll aggressively defend himself so they can exploit his words out of context. The initial attack against Trump is often hidden or edited as the Mattis exchange indicates. Only Trump is the nasty one in the MSM.

    This is a time where either an essential political cleansing or overdue reset purge is occurring in the USA like other times in the past or the Republic is in a perilous decline. I believe it’s the former but the voters will have to prove it. Purging flakes like Lisa will be necessary, but voters in blue states will have to purge their cities and states of ant-police, pro anti-fa etc. mayors and criminal supporting A/G’s as well as Reps and Senators that have hopped on the insanity train to lefty Hell.

    If enough wackos are replaced, real positive change that was impossible before could occur. I doubt the “Defund the Police” slogan will go over well with most voters that just witnessed or experienced the riots.

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    • hawkins6 says:

      Liked by 2 people

      • daylight58 says:

        There’s a wide-spread rumor here that, quite the opposite, Lisa is looking to retire and not run for re-election in 2022.

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        • The Tundra PA says:

          That’s what I hear as well, daylight. Lisa went to Washington in 2002 and said at the time that 20 years is all she would do. Course that was then and this is now, and she was probably naive about the seductiveness of all that power swirling through the sewer. She has very little support that I can see here on the solidly-red Kenai Peninsula. My Republican women’s group will actively work to support her primary opponent.

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  19. Magabear says:

    Seriously, a well trained Polar Bear should be able to beat LM.

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  20. maggiemoowho says:

    Sarah Palin would be fantastic. She would have the largest group of supporters ever.
    🇺🇸Sarah Palin 2022🇺🇸😃👍👍👍

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  21. Free Speech says:

    Bravo POTUS. Cut loose on these fakes in your own party. It’s overdue.

    Liked by 2 people

  22. Mickey Wasp says:

    Surely there has to be an offspring from Balto or Togo.
    A damn psy-op pet rock would be better than this Lisa b*itch.

    Liked by 3 people

    • Issy says:

      Mickey: I see you know a little Serum Run history. Togo and Seppala get my vote.

      Dogs are loyal creatures. Lisa is about as loyal as a pet rock to the party she supposedly represents.

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  23. MakeAmericaGreat says:

    Sorry if this has been posted previously in the thread. Like McCain, Murkowski said multiple times she wanted to get rid of ObamaCare until she actually had the chance to do it. Clown.

    https://www.investors.com/politics/commentary/murkowski-and-mccain-saved-obamacare-just-months-after-promising-voters-theyd-repeal-it/

    Murkowski taking Mattis’ side in his catty spat with POTUS is not acceptable. The RINO’s are a joke.

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  24. Patchman2076 says:

    Sarah Palin needs to run again. She would do well there.

    Liked by 2 people

    • daylight58 says:

      Sarah is very controversial here in Alaska.

      And, what most people don’t realize is that 42% of our population live in Anchorage – which has become a nest of progressive residents over the last few years. Currently there are 11 members of the Anchorage Assembly. All but one are progressive Democrats, including two ‘out’ gay men. The current Mayor – who is termed out next year – is also, a progressive.

      16% of our population are Alaskan natives, and, they were Lisa’s base of support- and they didn’t vote for her because she was a hard-core conservative.

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      • Patchman2076 says:

        I can understand your apprehensive approach, but we should also remember Trump wasn’t going to win.
        Trump will be impeached.
        Trump will resign in disgrace.
        Trump will destroy the Republican party.
        Etc, etc, etc.

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      • The Tundra PA says:

        It has never been clear to me why Alaska Natives support Lisa, and I lived in Bethel for 10 years. She is pro abortion, and they, on the whole, are not.

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      • The Tundra PA says:

        And yes, Sarah is still very controversial here. Way too many Alaskans believed that “She’s a quitter” load of horse dung. Much as I love her and believe wholeheartedly that she would be the best replacement for Lisa, I can understand completely if she does not choose to bat the giant hornet’s nest that the media would be if she runs.

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  25. ezgoer says:

    I can’t stand GOPe entitled elitists like Murkowski. Just be aware that even if she is defeated in a GOP primary, she will run as an independent. That will split the Republican vote and give the seat to the Democrat candidate. McConnell knows this and that is why he will 100% back Murkowski re-election.

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  26. TradeBait says:

    Simply vote in all of PDT’s endorsed candidates and pick the most conservative GOP candidate in the primaries of those races he has not. I am looking forward to seeing Senator in front of Sarah’s name in a couple of years.

    In TN, we will be replacing a terrible RINO senator in Alexander with a PDT endorsed quality conservative in Hagerty. DTJr has been in TV ads with the endorsement, so that gives TN two solid PDT supporting senators come November to go with 7 GOP reps (9 total reps in TN) who vote conservative and with PDT. Add in total control of the state house/senate and governor as conservative GOP. So the rest of you need to get busy.

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  27. Raphael says:

    These attacks are better left for the surrogates to carry out. Trump is an a great undisciplined man that thinks he can brawl with every single individual. In fact they are goading him to do so and he falls into that trap time and time again without learning. By September, he would have alienated every single person in his party.
    5 months into his re-election he is still unfocused while the destructive left and plotting and implementing their tactics to win in November. The DOJ is busy dragging their feet waiting for him to lose the election to close their sham reviews. An undisciplined president flailing around instead of staying laser focused. He has refused to play the politics of a long game, he has no true allies in Congress, hated by the media even Foxnews with the exception of a few hosts. If he doesn’t get his act together soon, I mean soon, he will not get re-elected.

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    • Seriously Raphael? Pray tell, how do you know of which you profess to be true?
      Hhmmm???

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    • bertdilbert says:

      I would say Trump has a much better chance of taking additional states this time around.

      Liked by 3 people

    • Nagothm says:

      His success at what he has been doing is precisely because of his highly visible confrontational approach. He has had zero allies in congress since before he arrived and he has not made many since then. But there are few there we would want him to “Ally” with. They will all hate him no matter what because he is kicking over the trough they feed at. His polling is steadily improving, (his numbers are close to his all time highs and far higher than both Zero and W at this point) All of his promises he made are in full swing INCLUDING the wall. His approval ratings among Blacks & Hispanics are far higher than they were when he won in 2016. And he has successfully maneuvered the left into painting themselves into the ANTIFA/BLM corner. You can’t get much more focused than that.

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    • Joe Blow says:

      Undisciplined? Unfocused? Flailing around?

      Words like this suggest you know very little about POTUS if you really believe any of that.

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    • Todd says:

      Raphael, have you been living under a rock for the past 3 and a half years?

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    • Miguel Suradevi says:

      Raphael—nice try. I dont believe a word you say. Trump is a great “disciplined man” and has tremendous political iinstincts for an outsider.

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    • rvsueandcrew says:

      Hahahaha…. Telling President Trump “to get his act together.” That’s hilarious!

      Liked by 1 person

    • Mickey Wasp says:

      64 – 0
      That is President Trump’s record of whom he has endorsed.

      I’ll hang with MAGA & KAG

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    • ichicinnabar says:

      Raphael,

      You obviously have come here to troll. You have not studied this man or his work with an intelligent mind. He has great discipline to have built his empire prior to the presidency. His work alone on the virus readiness of building the hospitals, starting ventilator production and still finding time to have a hostage released from Iran is proof of both his work ethic and his discipline. Very few around him can keep up with his tremendous work output and disciplined productivity.

      You are taking a cheap shot and offer no evidence to support your opinion. We are at war. You sound isolated or just plain spiteful for some hurt done to you in life.

      I see that you have not answered any of the many replies to your comment. Hit and run, eh?

      Ad rem?

      Liked by 2 people

    • Dutchman says:

      Uh, yeah Raphael, FOAD,…your post reads like,a bot, or you get paid by the word.

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    • Raphael:
      When never-trumpers like you are irked by something Trump does, it’s usually of sign of something he should continue doing.
      I’m surprised you didn’t bring up the tweeting. And re discipline, nobody has pursued as ambitious an agenda on so many fronts as he. His daily schedule is astounding.
      I won’t even get into all the hexes and hoaxes he’s had to endure. All in all, it’s been a historic presidency, one that will be remembered for a very long time.
      And, by the way, I often hear that complaint about the ‘goading.’ I think you have it backward. Many have tried to be bullies with Trump, but nobody has ever gotten away with it.
      Just one long series of Roadrunner cartoons! And they always end the same way!

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  28. Don’t insult those who were born with a genetic flaw; these two gals are just plain spoiled, stupid, useful idiots looking out for themselves because they are (in their pea-sized-brains) better than we the deplorables.
    There is a really big difference between that and those who are born retarded.
    Just my take.

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  29. History Teaches says:

    The coup is expanding exponentially. These few months before the election were supposed to be about Barr/Durham relentlessly tightening the noose, pressing charges and prosecuting the guilty. Instead that whole operation remains as hypothetical as ever. And is diluted with all kinds of obfuscation and delay.

    In the meantime, it’s one attack after another from the left. The realm of political, judiciary and lawfare shenanigans remain constantly active.

    But those now seem almost quaint and restrained.

    It’s morphed into guerilla warfare, bio attack/population control and hints at near sedition from military figures. And a personal appearance of Obama, signalling his relevance to those who care.

    I just cannot see the momentum of this madness slowing down. On the contrary. The Rubicon has been crossed. The next few months may be unprecedented. Hopefully Barr gets a handle on this and finds a way to diffuse some of it.

    Jim Morrison in 1968 sang that “we want the world and we want it NOW! Seems like that theme is being reprised.

    Or maybe another reference from that year also is instructive. The movie Wild in the Streets was dystopian and had a chant going. “Fourteen or fight.” About a youth – centric world where the voting age was fourteen.

    1968 didn’t end well for the Democrats. Nor 1972. But the enemy is nastier, more crazed and amoral than then. No flowers offered to the cops this time.

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  30. mrl00 says:

    We need Trump rallies now! Corona is over. Let the rallies begin.

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    • mrloo:
      Corona was buried with Floyd! But it returns with Trump’s first open-air rally.
      I could imagine Dr. Fauci leading a 1000 man regiment of National Guardsmen into the stadium, approaching the microphone and declaring the assembly was illegal and against local guidelines, and that everyone present was ordered to file out of the stadium.
      We’re already at that kind of dystopia.

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  31. doofusdawg says:

    We all know Trump is a counterpuncher. Just imagine what he is going through knowing that the people who told him that if he did not shut down the country then millions would die… and now those same health officials are silent or actually promote huge crowds of protestors… as they wiped out 40 million jobs… and Trump basically ordered it… listening to and blackmailed by the experts.

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    • doofusdawg says:

      If in fact hundreds of thousands of protestors are converging on dc this weekend then I would imagine the plan is to threaten to storm the white house if Trump doesn’t resign. The new barracades around the white house and all of the additional security and military coming in tells me that the white house has specific intelligence. I imagine Pence is at a secured location. He seems to have gone silent.

      Anyone who thinks that the radicals… who have pushed the country this far… are not going to try and get the ball across the goal line are not paying attention. And all those alleged sleeper cells from the middle east probably have their instructions as well.

      Defcon 3 probably. Everyone be extra safe and aware these next few weeks.

      Liked by 1 person

      • Jan says:

        Especially if you live in a blue state in a blue city where they’ll be closing down police forces within the next week or two. This is not going to go well. Look for the House starting to shut down U.S. Marshalls, Border Patrol,ICE & FBI on the next appropriation bill. Federal courts will be next.

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      • doofusdawg says:

        Not saying they will be successful. But there are a lot of folks who supported Trump in 2016 are just tired and want this to stop… and are talking about just staying home in November. Trump needs to get these folks back. Everyone isn’t as up to speed on all the corruption as we are here.

        Would imagine if the left is perceived to have gone too far that it will help get Trump reelected… hopefully at not too great a cost. Let’s just see if they try to stop the Flynn hearing next Friday. That will be telling.

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      • JoeJoe says:

        “[T]he plan is to threaten to storm the white house if Trump doesn’t resign.”
        Yes.

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  32. bertdilbert says:

    Dear Sarah,

    If you run, I will send you a max contribution. Between you and Trump, all the oxygen will be sucked out of the room. Perfect.

    Liked by 2 people

  33. HillCountryTexan says:

    Murkowski is Alaska’s version of the Village Idiot.

    JMHO…… When I read the Presidents tweet my first thought was this, he is already talking about 2022 very confidently and I’m guessing his internal polls say he is (with our help) going to deliver a smack down in November of Biblical proportion. Also, considering what is going on now demonrats internal polling must say the same thing.

    Seneca, I follow your comments a lot what say you? Thanks.

    Liked by 2 people

    • bertdilbert says:

      I am hoping for the most legitimate President in history.

      Liked by 2 people

    • Dutchman says:

      When they report a poll in terms of PDJT’s “approval #’s” there is a,standard format for such a poll, and it has been unchanged since it was first used in,…1950’s?
      Because if they change the format, or the wording of the questions, you can’t compare the current POTUS’s #’s, to previous POTUS’s.
      The ‘approval rating’is derived by taking the responces to a # of questions, and aggregating them.

      The point is, “approval rating of 48” SOUNDS like 48% of respondents approve, 52% disaprove,…not at all.

      Generally, an incumbent POTUS, 1 Year from reelection, with an approval rating of 40 is ‘viable’, mid 40’s ‘looking good’ and 48 or above is a blow out, landslide.

      The media doesn’t explain this, of coarse cause they like saying “PDJT’s approval is down to 48”, knowing that most people don’t know what that means.

      The “Presidential approval poll” is one they can’t really mess with, for the reason explained above.

      And THATS whats got them sh*tting bricks, going batsh*t crazy, whatever you want to call it.

      PDJT has been consistently at 48-51 approval rating, all this year.

      That portends a landslide, and THEY know the limits of what they can do with ballot fraud.

      “SON, I agreed to buy you the Presidency, but I never said ANYTHING about paying for a landslide!”
      -Joe Kennedy

      Liked by 2 people

    • daylight58 says:

      More like “Alaska’s version of a Swamp Creature”

      Lisa got into the U.S. Senate by being appointed to the seat held by her father when he was elected Governor.

      Liked by 2 people

  34. Tiffthis says:

    “If you have a pulse” he’s describing Biden 🤣🤣👍🏼

    Liked by 2 people

  35. FPCHmom says:

    It’s not just Murkowski. The senate republicans are throwing in with BLM.

    Liked by 1 person

    • Mad Mike says:

      “Let’s do better”… is that the new media/globalist phrase? I’ve been getting emails from out of the blue… companies extolling on their progressiveness and wokeness, ending the messages with “Let’s do better.”

      That’s exactly what I was thinking when I voted for Donald J Trump in the 2016 primary. I was tired of phony, fake politicians and did what I tried to do in 1992 and 1996… elect a successful business man to run the country for a change.

      I’m so tired of the hollow “together” catch-phrases that the marketing think tanks are coming up with while their employers fan the flames of division. They think most of us are as ignorant as those that spend all day on Tik-Tok and playing video games.

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  36. Rex says:

    Karen the Cowski might as well swap parties now. Her ego demands it.

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  37. InAz says:

    @ WSB

    👍👍

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  38. Graham Pink says:

    She still won reelection which only proves the old maxim. You get the government you deserve.
    Or in this case the representation you deserve.

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  39. snuzzy11 says:

    God love Sarah Palin!!! You go girl !!

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  40. Scarlet says:

    He is an absolute beast and I LOVE IT !

    Liked by 1 person

  41. MustangBlues says:

    For Murkowski and the fellow traveler democrat communists,
    They are infected with the CON-2020 TDS Chicom Virus,
    entering now the Tertiary Flatulent Phase, Code Red Threat for social contact,
    no therapy, no vaccine, no cure.

    Avoid, 12 foot distance, full head cover burka mask all times. Kneel, backwards, if asked.

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    • Dutchman says:

      Repeated lead injections HAVE been shown to kill the virus effectively.
      The process is succesful,…patient dies.

      But hey, KILLS the virus, and keeps it from spreading, and we must protect the vulnerable,…sacrifices have to be made, etc.

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  42. Hopper Creek says:

    Lisa has the gov unions ( huge voting block in Ak.} in her picket, big oil, native block, and big media….
    Democrat Anchorage ( 1/2 the states population } Mayor just instituted mail in voting…
    So we have our work cut out for us…Getting the word out to the Native community that she funded planned butcher hood, and is a radical abortionist would be a Big 1st step…
    Fame went to Palin s head in a big way, she s definitely off the rails mentally .
    Todd couldn t live with her anymore and divorced her,,
    Ex mayor Sullivan ( different Sullivan than our current US Senator ) or our current Govenor Dunleavey would be excellent choices….

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  43. Doug McAuliffe says:

    I’m a 40 year Alaskan resident, and my wife and I are strong Palin supporters. I worked on the Slope with Todd for a couple of years before he went off to be “first dude” in the governor’s mansion and I can attest that the family are real people, legit, and hard working Christians.
    Few realize Palin resigned in protest from a 250k Oil and Gas commission job that Gov. Frank Murkowski appointed her after he appointed his daughter Lisa to the Senate when he left the US Senate and successfully ran for Alaska Governor. (Most Alaskans were aghast at the nepotism in that move). This was when Sarah’s husband was making half that as an operator on the Slope up at GC-3. I knew then she couldn’t be bought off. She is principled, honest, smart, and will be a great senator.

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    • The Tundra PA says:

      Thank you, Doug! I wish more Alaskans knew this. My husband and I are big Palin fans, but we don’t know the family personally. Wish we did!

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  44. Murkowski will run as a write-in independent if she loses the nomination, and will get overwhelming Dem support. That is a given. So any challenger has to overcome that.

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  45. Everett Miller says:

    Run, Sarah, Run.
    “Senator Palin” sounds so much better than
    “Senator Murkowski” right?

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  46. railer says:

    Welp, looks like Trump’s taking on the Uniparty electorally. He’s been hesitant to do that all along, giving them a chance to come around, which is always how he plays it in his affairs. When they don’t move, he proceeds to the next phase, and then it gets ugly. These idiots really ought to have figured this out by now. Best to choose an offramp early on, with this guy.

    He’s rejecting Sessions and Murkowski, a pair of McConnell’s minions. It’s hitting McConnell where he lives, even if he’s not attacking McConnell directly (Yet. But it’s a looooooong way to Tipperrary, Mitch). Now the Uniparty has to expose itself in supporting the opposite of Trump, these 2 candidates, which serves to swell MAGA support and polarize it against Mitch’s minions.

    It’s at the fringes of McConnell’s power base, but it’s pretty good indirect strategery here, to hit him where it makes sense. I’d still do an underground movement to vote for McConnell’s opponents in the primary and general though. Cutting the head of the snake is almost always a valid exercise. He’s the bagman. He’ll be feeding Sessions and Murkowski their campaign cash. Liquidate the Uniparty bagman and you’ve won a solid victory, no matter who replaces him.

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  47. CTim Bo says:

    I take it Alaskans don’t want ANWAR as any dem president will shut it down on day one. Every Alaskan resident gets a check from “oil money”. Murkowski will ensure it is smaller.

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    • daylight58 says:

      Directly and indirectly… Alaska’s Permanent Fund Corporation (owned by the State) has investments in real estate, stocks, etc. that have been getting made for decades. It has been awhile, but the corpus of the Permanent Fund was around $65 billion the last that I checked.
      Now, for the past few years, the percentage of the corpus’ increase that has been transferred to – eventually – the annual checks has been artificially reduced by the Legislature and the [previous] Governor. It’s been adjudged to be an appropriation by a State Supreme Court decision, subject to chicanery that many here are po’ed about.
      If the dividend were distributed strictly according to formula, each of us would have about $5000/qualifying resident in ‘withheld’ dividends that should have sent to us.

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      • daylight58 says:

        If you’re an Alaskan native (not ‘native Alaskan’ – as in ‘born here’) living in one of the villages, where you’re being charged $10 for gallon of milk, for instance, having $23,000 to $24,000 withheld from your family of four is a big deal.

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  48. Susan D Harms says:

    and don’t forget John Cornyn sent lawyers to Alaska to help with her write in campaign. Every pro abortion vote she has made is on him.

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  49. timothy says:

    Praying for Sarah. She took an early coordinated Deep State hit for us back when we all believed America was a functioning constitutional republic. God has great things in store for her.

    Liked by 4 people

    • CharterOakie says:

      Amen. SarahAmerica. Inextricably linked, in my view.

      Both have taken unbelievably evil, coordinated hits. But they’re still here and perhaps have just begun to fight.

      Liked by 1 person

  50. woodstuff says:

    Candace Owens on George Floyd:

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