July 8th – 2020 Presidential Politics – Trump Administration Day #1266

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1,104 Responses to July 8th – 2020 Presidential Politics – Trump Administration Day #1266

  1. Bubby says:

    https://www.nysun.com/editorials/the-next-test-of-the-electoral-college/91182/

    FTA “Now that the Supreme Court has vouchsafed the power of a state to require its presidential electors to vote in line with their state’s popular vote, a new question glimmers in the constitutional mist: Could a state require its electors to vote against the wishes of the state’s own voters? That might seem a ridiculous question. Feature, though, the National Popular Vote Interstate Compact….
    It’s a workaround designed to commit the states to use the Electoral College to deliver the presidency to the winner of the national popular vote. It’s the first thing that came to mind when the Supreme Court today unanimously concluded that states have the power to punish faithless electors. Most justices credited the language in Article 2, which grants states the power to appoint electors…..The court, in an opinion by Justice Kagan, reckons this gives the states the power to attach conditions to the electors it appoints, such as the requirement that they vote for the candidate their home-state voters prefer. It can punish them if they don’t….The (WS)Journal covers one caveat, which is that the Constitution forbids any state from entering any compact or other agreement with any other state absent the approval of Congress. That prohibition, the Journal warns, could spell heavy sledding at the Supreme Court were the National Popular Vote Interstate Compact ever enacted by enough states to put it into effect.”

    The easy part was a 9-0 ruling. Wait until the National Popular Vote Interstate Compact gets to 270 electoral votes then the decision will be spill 5-4! Which way will NeverTrumper Roberts vote? My guess is with the liberals! Hopefully it never gets that far! But if Joe Biden gets elected Congress will approve the National Popular Vote Interstate Compact! The importance of this November election is beyond most voters comprehension! Godspeed President Trump and Sundance!

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    • Publius2016 says:

      the issue is that each state is now empowered to thwart US Constitution but of course Maine is just one example…

      The key is that we have had very clear Electoral College Wins due to Electoral College…

      What happens if the state changes the rules after the vote but before Electoral College meets???

      think Lawfare Lawlessness!

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      • Bubby says:

        Isn’t that similar to how Frank Lautenberg got elected Senator in New Jersey after Robert Torricelli was forced out due to a federal criminal investigation which was later dropped of course once he dropped out of the race and because Torricelli was a Democrat? Didn’t the Democrats change the rules to accommodate Lautenberg? Just wondering?

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        • Wethal says:

          I think it was a change in state law so Lautenberg could run in the general despite Toricelli being the party nominee.

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          • Publius2016 says:

            kinda like when Sleepy Joe is replaced…Dimms will call for mailin ballots and computer voting machine upgrades too

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            • Wethal says:

              And since it could be the patchwork of state laws that would determine if the nominee who won the primary could be changed on the ballot for the general, it could get very interesting, and turn on which party controlled its state supreme court.

              If the deadline for certifying the nominee for the general had passed, it might also turn on the party’s own rules for replacing a nominee. The Democrats had to scramble in 1972 when Thomas Eagleton dropped out as McGovern’s running mate when it was revealed that Eagleton had had ECT for depression several years before (Eagleton was at the time serving as a senator, with no apparent problems).

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      • Do stop thinking about tomorrow says:

        It’s called Safe Harbor the SCOTUS ruled in the Bush fiasco that the rules can not be changed after an election starts.

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        • fred5678 says:

          And that was 7 to 2 decision, not a 5 to 4, as so many sore losers claim. 7 justices said that FL violated their own constitution, but 2 of the 7 wanted a “do over”, but 5 said no time for “do overs”. The 7 to 2 SCOTUS decision turned over a final 5 to 4 FL supreme court decision, after an initial prior 9 to 0 FL supreme court decision, which SCOTUS said go back and think that over again.. (IIRC)

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    • Genie says:

      And who could forget those heady days of December 2016 when Hillary Clinton and her minions were pushing Clapper to give them a special intelligence briefing confirming that President-elect Trump was a Russian plant and for Electors to change their votes from Trump to Clinton. And who was the first Elector to sign that letter to Clapper? None other than Nancy Pelosi’s daughter, Christine.

      https://extranewsfeed.com/bipartisan-electors-ask-james-clapper-release-facts-on-outside-interference-in-u-s-election-c1a3d11d5b7b#.x4o0mhw6a

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    • thedoc00 says:

      The article does NOT reflect the majority opinion, it is the INCORRECT OPINION ONLY of the article’s author. The majority opinion upheld the 10th amendment in this case and supported the states ability to punish an elector that did not vote in accordance with the rules SET DOWN BY THE STATE.

      It did not support a non-existent requirement that electors support majority vote within a state, unless that is already written into a rule by a STATE.

      The 1st Amendment rights of voters are still in peril as State legislatures can create rules requiring electors to vote for the “national vote leader”, thus suppressing the voters of their state.

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  2. Jimmy R says:

    I open the WSJ this morning and there’s an article on PT’s niece’s book. It says that in the book she says that PT is severely insane and insane in many ways. “Huh. That’s odd,” I think to myself. “No sign that he’s crazy.” Confused, I re-read the paragraph. I had missed that the gal has a Ph.D. in clinical psychology. “Ah, that explains it,” say I.

    About 20% of shrinks are stark raving nuts and do great damage to vulnerable people, such as their family members, their patients, and the coworkers. I can’t prove this. A long life of experience has proven this to me, and others I have met have corroborated my conclusion.

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    • Remember she is rhe daughter of FredJr who died in 1981 of alcoholism and whose mother was divorced from Fred Jr after a few years of marriage in 1970s.. So a real tenuous relationship to Trump family and bitter probate in early 2000s of Fred senior’s Will . BTW she writes a book NOW , according to her apparently VSGT just as “ insane “ in 2015 as 2020 . Total BS ,bitter woman , if seen pictures of her bringing 6 pack of beer to her house in Maine looks NOTHING like that 20 year old head shot photo they are using ..Money money , btw haven’t seen any info on her personal life , her brother married and seems on good terms with Trump family , her not so much? Also no info if her mother remarried well who brought them up after FredJr divorce .A little context would be interesting

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      • Btw seems she is divorced with a daughter , a Hillary supporter and born in 1965 . The WSJ article ends with her accusation that VSGT cheated on his SAT exam by having a “smart kid “ take it for him – 2 problems – 1) Donald Trump took SATs in 1964 or 1965 BEFORE she was even born -so what is basis for putting such a weak rumor / hearsay in book ? 2 ) She might be confusing story with Ted Kennedy who DID do that at Harvard

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    • You are right.

      Psychiatristy is NOT a science. It is a fraud. Not only that, it is a very harmful fraud.

      See http://www.cchr.org.

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    • booger71 says:

      Science has theories, Math has proofs, physics has laws. Which one of the 3 is most subjective?

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      • Ray Runge says:

        Our concept of gravity has consequences. Electron microscopy and our further knowledge of genetics and genetic expression will render the 20th century biological “sciences” as quaint.

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      • Gary says:

        Somewhat misleading though Booger, There is only fact and theories supporting those facts;

        Newton wrote the “laws” of gravity only to have Einstein re-write them a century or so later but..apples did not remain suspended in midair pending the outcome of either mans work.

        Gravity is the fact, theories are just attempts to explain.

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        • booger71 says:

          What I poorly tried to explain is there is no such thing as settled science, it is always evolving and always subject to who one chooses to peer review their scientific papers

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          • TarsTarkas says:

            Unfortunately Max Planck was correct when he wrote, ‘Science advances one death at a time’. Over the years too many scientists become wedded to their own pet theories and opinions and refuse to give them up for anything. And because they are frequently in positions of great power the Young Turks have to wait until they retire or pass on for the newer better understanding to be accepted.

            Doesn’t work with the soft sciences, though.

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          • Wethal says:

            “God made the integers, all else is the work of man.”

            -Leopold Kroenecker

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          • Gary says:

            Understood, I enjoy reading your postings Booger, and I completely agree that without peer review and independent validation…it’s not science.

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    • Bec74 says:

      She is a just an angry and likely bitter extended family member. She is not a impartial arbitrator of facts because of the heated court battles over money she’s had with the Trump Family. As I said yesterday, all family members have someone like her in them. They twist things to their own narrative and see themselves as victims, especially when they don’t get what they want. All family members at some point will say something negative about another, for example she claims the president’s sister called him a “clown”. So what. Who cares. I have called my brother tons of things when I’ve been upset with him and yet I still support and love him. Her book is just a way for her to settle “scores” and perceived slights against family members she despises. This book is more than likely a compilation of lies, half-truths, and manipulations. I certainly will not be buying it.

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    • pyromancer76 says:

      Just like members of all professions — a percentage wouldcould be “labeled” psychotic. One definition of “psychotic” is anti-reality. Actually anti-external-reality; or anti-science; or anti-scientific method. They wish to live by their internal reality and attempt to change the outside world according to their internal visions (or hatreds). How many people do we know like this? How many leaders?

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    • Simple Citizen says:

      Met POTUS just once in the 1990s; I was afraid to shake his hand as a mutual friend had stated that he was very germ conscious. He put out his hand instead and was the nicest gentleman (strong grip / good eye contact — oh yeah and his bodyguard at the time was HUGE! = ).

      Met POTUS’s first wife and daughter once (also in the 1990s; separate occasion). Mom was professional, smart, demanding and a “tough cookie” to be a gentleman with; however, I respected her 110%. Miss Trump (as she was known at the time) was on the shy side (probably 15ish at the time), but extremely polite and with a good sense of humor.

      These are not crazy people; they are kind and decent. Their experience may be deemed a little “crazy” by some people’s standards, but then I would ask who ever reflects upon their own lives and does not notice at least a little crazy.

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    • Robert Smith says:

      What is sad is the WSJ printing this story.

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    • Doppler says:

      Check out “Psychologically Sound: the Mind of Donald J Trump,” by Sheldon Roth, MD, a psychiatrist who analyzes what the public knows about PDJT, including decades of revealing print and video interviews given since the Donald entered the public eye, and little known to those of us who didn’t grow up reading NY tabloids. Trump is himself a keen observer of those around him, and we learn, himself a student and fan of Carl Jung. A very revealing book that puts these “severely insane” TDS sufferers in their place.

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    • crikey9 says:

      Remember Two Door Ford

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  3. Bubby says:

    https://nypost.com/2020/07/07/gov-cuomo-new-yorks-nursing-homes-death-are-on-you-goodwin/

    FTA”For months, Gov. ­Andrew Cuomo has been desperate to find somebody, anybody, to blame for the nursing-home carnage he helped to cause. The list of those he blamed was blasphemous — it started with God. It was ludicrous when he later aimed at President Trump and The Post….His latest bid is simply scandalous. Cuomo has the nerve to blame grieving family members and heroic nursing-home staffers, charging they were the ones who infected and killed as many 12,000 elderly and helpless residents…..The outrageous claims came in a report released by state Health Commissioner Dr. Howard Zucker, along with hospital administrators. Conveniently, the report they prepared absolves all of them of any responsibility. What a coincidence!….Coverups don’t get any more brazen. Or less credible….The homes and other long-term-care facilities were given no warning, advice or help in preparing to receive those patients. There were no inspections to learn whether the facilities had space and staff to segregate COVID patients from the long-term residents, most of whom were especially vulnerable to the virus……The order was so flawed that it even blocked the facilities from asking if those being transferred had tested positive for the virus. All those demands run counter to federal recommendations and requirements.”

    You won’t see this on the corrupt leftist msm who will buy into/promote the report by the Health Commissioner! Leftists covering for leftists, no accountability none! If you want to get you blood boiling read the entire article! Democrats are the worst America has to offer!

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  4. markone1blog says:

    How is it that Democrat Duckworth lies about the content of the President’s 3 July 2020 address from Mount Rushmore, their Antifa allies destroy monuments to abolitionist heroes (even Black leaders like Fredrick Douglas), and there is not one peep from ABC, CBS, or NBC?

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    • henry says:

      How is it that?

      Have you ever watched a press conference? The MSM are rabid bitches that need to be put down. They are incapable of seeing past their own bias and have become completely irredeemable, salvageable and even useful as septic system cleaners.

      The country would be doubleplus good if the entire staff of all the MSM were all rectfied unpersons.

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      • Bubby says:

        The last presser by White House Press Secretary Kayleigh McEnany I wanted to open a can of whoopass on those POSs called reporters! I maybe in my 70s but I could do it with enthusiasm! God forgive me!

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        • 28angelica28 says:

          Kayleigh owns the reporters in the press briefings. Her pinkie is smarter than the entire bunch of idiots asking the questions combined. She is brilliant in her mastery of the WH press (although I have grandchildren who can likely outthink that bunch and they’re all under 10!! As for opening up a can of whoopass, save it for the politicians. Kayleigh has that group of mental institution escapees in control. I would love to see her interview President Trump’s “psychology major” niece. It’s more like she needs one to get over her abject hatred of her father and her uncle’s speaking kindly of him. Bet if PT trashed Fred like Dingbat is trashing the President, she would be writing a book of praise!

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        • Gary says:

          Youth and enthusiasm are no match for age and experience

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      • mikeyboo says:

        Your post is very harsh AND accurate!!!

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    • pyromancer76 says:

      I am looking forward to the day they get the recognition they deserve – propagandists, bought and paid for by enemies of America. They should never darken the door of the
      White House or anywhere official in Washington, D.C. “You’re fired!” They would be thankful if this all that is done to them for heir criminal activities.

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  5. The fake Corona propaganda is ramping up on a daily basis and so is the Mask Fascism.
    They want to force us to wear muzzles FOREVER. You all know what that means.

    https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-8500359/Health-expert-claims-Americans-wearing-masks-years.html

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  6. markone1blog says:

    Furthermore, how is it that Democrat cancel culture at Boeing can force an executive out for an op-ed written in support of what was the official position of the Air Force when the op-ed was written 35 years ago, but the Democrat cancel culture that wants to cancel our 4the stays silent over the connection between Nike and Kaepernick?

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      • Winston says:

        Swamp meeting with two eReps present.

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      • Tl Howard says:

        Bush has the look of love.

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      • Simple Citizen says:

        sDee,

        Thanks for the image; I have not seen this one in a very long time. It might be helpful to note the closeness of the four gentlemen to the left and the distance of the one gentleman to the right. The four are in a club that has direct ties to an alphabet agency that the singled out guy does not (as he was supported by Tri. L and Billy Beer); in fact due to the choice of Mr. Turner, I would say that they did not like the guy on the right too much.

        Also, I would read into the shirt and tie selections for this photograph (and no, they probably did not pick their own).

        Great post and thanks for the memory / reminder.

        Best,
        Simple Citizen

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  7. old sneakers says:

    To quote a Berkeley prof….“Big City Americans” are “bad people” who deserve to suffer

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  8. Perot Conservative says:

    PRIMA restaurant in Walnut Creek, CA, closes after 43 years, and New York hit a 28-year high for shootings. These disparate occurrences reveal massive changes.

    A top special event restaurant in a prime, centrally located suburb couldn’t weather Governor Newsom’s Draconian Covid policies and our unspoken cultural Civil War. I’m sure the owners foresaw another 6 months, or more, of leadership uncertainty despite an over 90% reduction in daily Covid deaths.

    New York suffers from socialist Mayor deBlasio, criminal “bond reform”, the Covid shutdown and Marxist BLM movement. I’m sure Atlanta, Seattle, and others are seeing similiar crime records. Super safe Walnut Creek has had 3 daylight shootings in one month. In 30 years I can’t recall one shooting in Walnut Creek!

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    • Bubby says:

      Democrats bringing the “hood” to the suburbs! Exercise your God given 2nd Amendment right to bear arms!

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      • auscitizenmom says:

        Funny (not ha ha) that there is no uproar to take away guns……..from the rioters.

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      • Your Tour Guide says:

        This is absolutely nothing new. Just nobody knew the “how”
        until the last few years. “The hood” equals the “HUD”. Ruining
        neighborhoods in cities since the 60s ( urban renewal, vast projects).

        Ruining the burbs since ’74 ( Section 8, part 1).

        Ruining the schools in the rest of the burbs since ’85
        ( Fair housing laws. No singles complexes. Illegal amnesty, 1986,
        Section 8, part 2 1986, tax breaks through ruined neighborhoods,
        Low Income Housing tax credits, mid to late 80s).

        Everyone thinks it’s Section 8, or the projects. WRONG.
        92% of all “affordable housing’ created since the mid 80s
        has been under Low Income Housing Tax Credits. And you
        should read some of the ways you get them in states such as
        Georgia. Graft and kickbacks factored in throughout the process.

        YTG apologizes to anyone that think I sound like a broken
        record, but I did an astomishment of research on all of this
        years ago. And it has only gotten worse. And, for those that think
        Google and the internet JUST STARTED hiding results, banning
        opposition view points?

        It started lonnnnngggg ago. Right under out noses. How do I
        know? From trying to find “neibhrohood opposition to apartments”
        :”Successful opposition to HUD projects” or similar word searches
        over the years. Will find 15 MILLION articles about HUD. Praising
        the need. ZERO articles about success stories about areas
        preventing it’s carnage.

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    • Publius2016 says:

      the Stimulus money was/is the only relief available for small business…Move if you can!

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    • sDee says:

      Going according to plan it seems.

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    • Winston says:

      41% of businesses closed on Yelp have shut down for good during the coronavirus pandemic
      June 25, 2020

      https://www.yelpeconomicaverage.com/yelp-coronavirus-economic-impact-report.html

      Of all business closures on Yelp since March 1, 41% are permanent closures. Our data shows the largest spikes of permanent closures occurred in March, followed by May and June, indicating that the businesses that were already struggling had to permanently close right away and the businesses that were trying to hold on, but unable to weather the COVID-19 storm, were forced to shutter in recent months.

      While many business sectors have struggled during COVID-19 there are a few industries that have endured especially high closure rates. Among those with the highest rate of business closures are shopping and retail (27,663 closed businesses), restaurants (23,981 closed businesses), beauty (15,348 closed businesses) and fitness (5,589 closed businesses).

      Retail was by far the hardest hit, experiencing the highest number of total closures, with the average daily rate continuing to increase since March. Of all closures on Yelp since March 1, 20% are for retail businesses and 35% of closed retail businesses are indicated as permanent on Yelp.

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    • TPW says:

      Why doesn’t CA and NYC start a campaign to take both out of office? perfect time!

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  9. Blue Wildflower says:

    Has anyone seen an article or health officials telling you what to do if you have symptoms of coved? During flu season, drink lots of water, control your temp. over the counter meds,etc. All the health officials are saying, with ear shattering alerts, the many close, easy, and free places to be tested.

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    • henry says:

      The best suggestion I’ve seen is to visit a BLM, or antifa or Democrat political office / organization and sneeze and cough profusely through a paper mesh mask.

      W,H.O. docID 0069bS

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    • sDee says:

      We let government expand its power in the name of compassion and protection. Once it gets that power it does not care if we live or die – only the power remains.

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    • doyouseemyvision says:

      Blue Wildflower – what an amazing question you ask. Out of the many Fauci pressers with POTUS, interviews on MSM, etc., the public has not really been given any advice from the medical arm of our govt (nothing even from the Surgeon General) on what one should do if symptoms (bed rest, soups, liquids, etc). How worthless are these people?

      MSM never asked this question from our medical personnel either.

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      • Blue Wildflower says:

        I get the feeling they dont care what happens to us they just want us to test positive. The only think we have been told to take is the Malaria cocktail, which they refused to give us.

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  10. sync says:

    Not too long ago this guy was invited to the White House and ended with his feet up on the President’s desk. Who advised Trump to bring him into the White House?

    Kanye West’s Fourth of July declaration, via Tweet, that he was running for president lit the internet on fire, even as pundits were trying to discern how serious he was. Over the course of four rambling hours of interviews on Tuesday, the billionaire rapper turned sneaker mogul revealed:]

    That he’s running for president in 2020 under a new banner—the Birthday Party—with guidance from Elon Musk and an obscure vice presidential candidate he’s already chosen. “Like anything I’ve ever done in my life,” says West, “I’m doing to win.”

    That he no longer supports President Trump. “I am taking the red hat off, with this interview.”
    That he’s ok with siphoning off Black votes from the Democratic nominee, thus helping Trump. “I’m not denying it, I just told you. To say that the Black vote is Democratic is a form of racism and white supremacy.”

    That he’s never voted in his life.

    That he was sick with Covid-19 in February.

    That he’s suspicious of a coronavirus vaccine, terming vaccines “the mark of the beast.”

    That he believes “Planned Parenthoods have been placed inside cities by white supremacists to do the Devil’s work.”

    That he envisions a White House organizational model based on the secret country of Wakanda in Black Panther.

    https://www.forbes.com/sites/randalllane/2020/07/08/kanye-west-says-hes-done-with-trump-opens-up-about-white-house-bid-damaging-biden-and-everything-in-between/

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    • Nick the Deplorable says:

      He is too late to get on the ballot for many states and still would need to get the required signatures to get on ballot for the states that the deadline has not passed. He is saying that he cannot get the signatures because of the kung flu and should be allowed to run anyways. This is not hing but a publicity stunt.

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      • thedoc00 says:

        People are are under the delusion about deadlines for petitions to get on state ballots as some magical end point.

        1. There is a legal way to campaign and obtain votes, it is called a write in campaign. In today’s world of social media and favorable MSM. The chances of an anti-President Trump campaign running a media and financially supported write-in campaign are EXCELLENT.

        2. There is also the law suit or exemption route, that for a “Black” candidate would have near 100% chance of succeeding.

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    • SR says:

      The fake media may invite him at debate so Biden would have less time to talk and West can throw some punch on both.

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    • gabytango says:

      Not that the wacko Kanye has a chance, but doesn’t he also suffer from Bi-Polar disorder as well as documented depression? But what am I saying? Look at the Presidential Candidate for the D-Rats – full-blown dementia and that’s just A-OK with them.

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    • Eric says:

      I don’t trust Kanye. But his running doesn’t hurt Trump. It kills Biden.

      And if he is going to appear to seriously run, he needs to distance himself from Trump.

      If you read the article, he calls Trump special. He says Biden isn’t special.

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    • Amy2 says:

      He got some Blacks to start thinking for themselves and how they spend their vote. I’ll take it. He’s crazy, we know!

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    • Marc says:

      You do realize he’s doing his best to help President Trump win in Nov. How can folks not see he’s on Trump’s side but has to play to the media that he doesn’t want him to win? He’s not so dumb as to not know he’ll take votes from Biden.

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      • lolli says:

        Marc 🇺🇸
        👍

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      • thedoc00 says:

        Maybe yes, maybe no. I want to see how this unfolds a little longer before giving my impression.

        Some say Lindsey Graham is doing his best to “help” the president as well when Lindsey is a good boy.

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        • Marc says:

          Even if his intent is self-aggrandizement, it still helps POTUS in November. Kanye getting his name on one ballot in a swing state like Michigan, or Pennsylvania will swing the state Trump’s way.

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    • Hans says:

      I was amazed I tell you amazed… MSM chan 13 Fox News Tampa did a hit job ok PPP recipients.. starts out saying both Republican and Democratic politicians have taken advantage of the program….. Starts out. First a Person. Kanye West… I said boy did someone put a target on his back real quick..

      That followed by 6 individual Republican being named ..biased much. Yes ..balanced no.

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    • Robert Smith says:

      A symptom of stupid/popular culture today.

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  11. FofBW says:

    IMHO, America (and the world) is going through a painful purification of souls.

    We are all being given a clear choice.

    We are loved beyond what we can understand.

    Hang in there TREEPERS! Keep praying.

    There will be justice in the end. In God’s time, not ours.

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    • sDee says:

      Most of the rest of the world has passed the point of no return. I’ve a European relative who saw this coming to the US because he saw the same “preparations” being laid in place here, which were laid for them. He told me that Italy has 20-30 years and its culture will be gone.

      He and I agree that what we, free American citizens do next is not only our last hope but their fate as well. We agree that it would be over had we not elected Donald Trump. We also agree that it is the Bill of Rights that separates us from the rest of the world – and that the Second of those amendments is now really all that stands between freemen and global tyranny.

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  12. sync says:

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    • Nick the Deplorable says:

      Seems pretty simple to be. If you are a foreign student and not attending classes in person you need to leave.

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      • lolli says:

        Nick the Deplorable 🇺🇸
        Agree.
        Not sure why anyone would see it differently.
        No reason to be here if no class to attend.

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        • Publius2016 says:

          exactly…they just don’t like the rule…

          Open up…otherwise buh bye!

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          • annieoakley says:

            It really shows what these Universities exist for, money, money, money. Money for instructors, money for the heads of departments and money for the President(s). Money for degrees in basketweaving studies from US Students who can barely read and write. They get the big bucks for foreign (Chinese) students who are just there to steal American knowledge because China is too rigid to innovate.

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    • Bec74 says:

      If the classes are all online why do they need to the visa and why do they need to be in the USA? Students can do the classes from the comfort of their home country.

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    • EggsX1 says:

      ICE really has no other option – otherwise online schools would become VISA mills.

      Why should University of Phoenix be able to import hundreds of thousands of ‘students’ who don’t attend any physical campus?

      Of course, we live don’t live under the rule of law anymore, so I expect some former Harvard Alum judge to rewrite our laws in favor of our elite masters.

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    • Robert Smith says:

      Schools have to fight this. They want the illusion that online education is the same. It’s not.

      American college students are enraged they are paying full price to stay home instead of doing naked keggers (studying).

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  13. henry says:

    Is Remdesivir just another DOS 6.0 disaster?

    https://doi.org/10.1021/acsmedchemlett.0c00316

    Advantages of the Parent Nucleoside GS-441524 over Remdesivir for Covid-19 Treatment
    Victoria C. Yan* and Florian L. Muller

    While remdesivir has garnered much hope for its moderate anti-Covid-19 effects, its parent nucleoside, GS-441524, has been overlooked. Pharmacokinetic analysis of remdesivir evidences premature serum hydrolysis to GS-441524; GS-441524 is the predominant metabolite reaching the lungs. With its synthetic simplicity and in vivo efficacy in the veterinary setting, we contend that GS-441524 is superior to remdesivir for Covid-19 treatment.

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    • doyouseemyvision says:

      Remdesivir was originally created to treat Ebola, however was not approved by FDA for that purpose.

      Gilead has invested a lot in the R&D of Remdesivir to treat Ebola and therefore has a lot of sunken costs they had not recovered. Then it was miraculously found suitable to treat
      CV-19 and approved by FDA for this purpose.

      Remdesivir costs nearly $3,000 for treatment, so Gilead will make tons of money. Additionally, you have to be hospitalized to receive Remdesivir because it must be administered intravenously several times over days. Remember how much money hospitals receive from Medicare, Medicaid and insurance companies if they code you as a CV-19 patient vs any other illness. So hospitals will make TONS of money for Remdesivir treatment.

      Remdesivir has a low effectivity rate of between 30-38%.

      When Hydroxychloroquine + azithromycin (ACZ) + zinc sulfate is administered early, (not when you are in ICU fighting for your life), it is immensely effective and most patients recover.

      Hydroxy is a 70 yr old drug that no longer has a patent, so no big money for Pharma and super cheap for the patient. Plus, no hospitalization. Big savings to Medicare, Medicaid, and insurance companies, too.

      Big Pharma, the entire hospital system, Dr Fauci, the FDA and the MSM (who are big television advertisers for big Pharma) are vehemently opposed to the cheaper and more effective Hydroxychloroquine + azithromycin (ACZ) + zinc sulfate. The MSM has also viciously ridiculed Pres Trump when he advocated for Hydroxy several months ago in a press conference. The press called it ‘false hope’.

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      • Your Tour Guide says:

        If you want to see who holds the hoops for the MSM to
        jump through, just watch the frequency of certain advertisers.

        Trial Lawyers. Morgan and Morgan, specifically.
        Insurance Companies. Progressive ( nutball lib out of Cleveland),
        GEICO ( Buffet), Liberty ( not sure, but would be amazed if not
        globalist leaning).

        Bringing up the rest? Big Pharm. Glowing ads for tons of different
        meds. Disclaimers for majority of them are rather horrific. Side
        effects far, far, far worse then the ailment being treated. If the side
        effects kick in.

        It pays to advertise. If you can outline what gets said on every
        news program. What sitcoms can support the narrative with “asides”
        that polish the narrative. With making sure that all late night
        monologues are heavy on the propaganda, light on the humor.

        Keep the propaganda on track, or watch the ad $$$ dry up,
        comrade.

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      • annieoakley says:

        I would be surprised if the ‘press’ could spell Hydroxychloroquine. Remdesivir seems to be only 3,000 dollars/dose and worthless.

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        • The Gipper Lives says:

          “Worthless? Not if you own the patents and set the policy.”–Dr. Anecdotal Franken-Fauci, Director, Wuhan Murder Hornet Lab

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          • Robert Smith says:

            lol

            Airborne spread through Murder Hornets.

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          • doyouseemyvision says:

            BINGO.
            This is getting harder to find on the net. It is a terrific interview with Bobby Kennedy, Jr on vaccines. Don’t get turned off because it is a Kennedy. You can almost not find anything on Google regarding him because he questions the CDC, FDA, Fauci, big Pharma, Bill Gates and the corruption regarding the CDC. It’s over an hour but extremely interesting and will hold your attention. Take it in parts if you wish, but well worth your time and I highly recommend. Very, very educational and he is extremely knowledgable on the subject. No one will interview him and therefore his ability to impart his information to all of us is very limited to almost non-existent.

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  14. Winston says:

    Another dose of hopium or real?

    DOJ activity indicates John Durham preparing indictments, John Solomon reports
    8 Jul 2020

    https://www.washingtonexaminer.com/news/doj-activity-indicates-john-durham-preparing-indictments-john-solomon-reports

    Activity within the Justice Department indicates U.S. Attorney John Durham is working to bring the first indictments as part of a criminal investigation into the Russia inquiry, according to investigative journalist John Solomon. [on Lou Dobbs Tonight (last night?) for which I can find no playable video]

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    • Winston says:

      Found it. Labor Day is the claimed hopium accountability date due to John seeing “a lot of activity”:

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      • Winston says:

        GREAT interview with Kris Kobach about the traitorous eRep/RINO component of the “Republican” party starting at 21:54 in that video.

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        • Tl Howard says:

          I read this morning that Romney, Collins, and Murkowski will not attend the GOP convention. Collins’ state has been overtaken by angry lesbians.

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          • Your Tour Guide says:

            Glad that no photos are being posted about the new residents
            of Collin’s state. Would look like a female remake of “The Boys
            from Brazil”. Everyone with the exact same, short, severe, gray
            helmet haired hairdo.

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          • readyandable1 says:

            I get Collins and her state, but what’s up with Alaska, man! Crazy! Murkowski’s family must literally OWN as in as slaves, the entire conservative electorate in that state. Her occupying their Senate seat make no sense! I find it hard to believe that liberals of any stripe control anything significant about Alaska!

            Romney- pft- no surprise there to anyone. Can’t believe the Mormons elected him to the Senate. UN-BE-LIE-V-ABLE. Thought perhaps I need to reconsider the true motives of the Mormons that call themselves Republicans or Conservatives.

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      • Robert Smith says:

        As people were wondering yesterday – inside or outside of 60 day BS DOJ “unofficial window” before an election?

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    • sDee says:

      He says a lot of things – either way, we may soon see if Sundance’s systems will “trigger events with or without a Barr-Durham reveal.”

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    • Do stop thinking about tomorrow says:

      Just when you thought it was safe to go back in the water.

      More Tick Tock. Call me when the alarm ever goes off.
      My Damn Timex is broke so there’s that.

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  15. DeWalt says:

    Sundance, I recently posted about John Glover and how the least of us can make the largest impact. I tend to look at people’s actions from an historical standpoint. You mentioned in your late post that you were operating outside the wire and it reminded me of another who operated outside the wire. Henry Knox.
    Knox had no formal military training and owned a bookstore in Boston. When the siege of Boston began Knox volunteered to help build fortifications for the Patriots. He was an avid reader of military tactics with an interest in engineering and artillery. He knew the siege could not be broken without artillery that could threaten the British in Boston Harbor. When Washington took command of the fortifications at Dorchester Heights Knox took it upon himself to go and retrieve the big guns at Ticonderoga and Crown Point. A round trip of over 600 miles in the winter through mostly mountainous wilderness with few roads. In one of the most stupendous feats of logistics of the entire war he brought back 60 tons of artillery and the siege was broken.
    Talk about working outside the wire. Knox had only books he read as experience and the portly book merchant was the last person anyone would have chosen for the task.
    God Speed Sundance and bring those Big Guns to bear.

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    • TarsTarkas says:

      ‘In the name of the Great Jehovah and the Continental Congress!’

      Gotta mention Ethan Allen and the Green Mountain Boys (and Benedict Arnold too) who secured the cannons for Knox.

      Knox’s efforts reminds me of Sam Smith, who organized the successful defense of Baltimore in 1814.

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  16. burginthorn says:

    My state goes into lockdown as of midnight tonight for the next 6 weeks. Victoria, Australia. Now get this, we have had 22 deaths in my state. That’s a state with over 5 million people. 22 deaths. For the entire nation? 106 deaths …

    The Premier of the State (your version of a Governor) has called in the Army to assist and over 1000 police officers armed with sophisticated drones are keeping people from crossing the border into other states, people already been arrested.

    If you want to see whats really happening down here …

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    • DeWalt says:

      Seems we are building our own prisons.

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    • Eric C. says:

      I guess it’s no longer deaths. Just can’t have ANY Chinese flu cases.

      Weird, the goal posts have been moved based on, I’m assuming, someone who is vulnerable might die. Coming soon to the Northern Hemisphere once we hit “flu” season, now no one is permitted to have any “flu-like” symptoms.

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    • Dekester says:

      It really is crazy, here in British Columbia, Canada. Population approx 5 million.

      189 Covid deaths, 130 in long term care facilities. The others apparently had other health issues.

      Goodness me !

      God Bless PDJT

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    • Robert Smith says:

      When China comes there won’t even be a response.

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    • readyandable1 says:

      I give you prayers. So sad to hear about Victoria, of which I have spent some wonderful times driving an old “wrong side” stick shift jeep on a road-trip I’ll never forget with my best friend, from Melbourne all the way to Adelaide. My favorite stop was in Lorne ; the beach, the hospitality of the locals (dined by chance with a family at one of the beach-front cafe’s at a communal table there and after a wonderful night of conversation and good drinks we were offered their guest house for two nights!– they had big bucks!), the temperate rain-forests, it was — simply unbelievable. The experience of a life-time. My first attempt at surfing was at the famous Bell’s beach! I did OK (have a lot of skate and snowboarding advanced talents that helped).

      Good luck!

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    • readyandable1 says:

      I give you prayers. So sad to hear about Victoria, of which I have spent some wonderful times driving an old “wrong side” stick shift jeep on a road-trip I’ll never forget with my best friend, from Melbourne all the way to Adelaide.

      My favorite stop was in Lorne ; the beach, the hospitality of the locals (dined by chance with a family at one of the beach-front cafe’s at a communal table there and after a wonderful night of conversation and good drinks we were offered their guest house for two nights!– they had big bucks!), the temperate rain-forests, it was — simply unbelievable. The experience of a life-time.

      My first attempt at surfing was at the famous Bell’s beach! I did OK (have a lot of skate and snowboarding advanced talents that helped). Good luck!

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  17. sync says:

    We are going to inundated with score of similar opinions….

    NYT Tom Friedman is worried for the guy in the basement debating Trump
    Biden Should Not Debate Trump Unless …
    Here are two conditions the Democrat should set

    http://archive.is/VsjK8#selection-541.0-541.137

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    • sDee says:

      Good grief………………the Ministry of Truth must control the debate or we’ll have no debate.

      “Biden should insist that a real-time fact-checking team approved by both candidates be hired by the nonpartisan Commission on Presidential Debates — and that 10 minutes before the scheduled conclusion of the debate this team report on any misleading statements, phony numbers or outright lies either candidate had uttered. That way no one in that massive television audience can go away easily misled.”

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    • Robert Smith says:

      Millionaire Tom Friedman wants to see Donald Trump’s taxes!

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  18. Brant says:

    Email to my (currently) very liberal California brother. He has TDS big time. He does live in LA, so right in the thick of fake news central. Bombarded constantly. Anyway, below was my input of an email string on a political, but different matter. I do start off somewhat conciliatory so to not set him off.

    A bit of trepidation getting into a touchy subject. But my rudiment, probably simplistic understanding of things historic. Jim Crow existed, yes, but (probably out of necessity) there were vibrant healthy strong black business communities. Money circulated in the community/did not leave the community. MLKs Auburn Avenue for one. Ironically, the scene of some of this week’s Atlanta shootings with fatalities. The corrective action of desegregation took place. But, the once vibrant black businesses fell victim to the community dollars going to the white corporations. What part of desegregation may have been a move to get some untapped $$s into white owned corporations?  I mean the rich white CEOs may have had “house keepers and other workers” they got the money out of the communities, but didn’t live in the communities. Woolworth sit ins got blacks into Woolworths/lunch counter, but the black owned lunch counter lost business. How soon after did nearby black lunch cafes close? Would be an interesting subject to investigate. The direction needed to be changed, but maybe it swang 180 degrees back the other way.

    Maybe the destruction of inner city thriving business communities is similar to what has happened in rural America with the destruction of local manufacture and sending jobs over seas. Inner city thriving black business lost to the white corporations and rural communities (black and white workers alike) were devastated by the same white corporations. Hmmmmm, inner city urban folks and rural folks seem to have a lot in common in this regard. Maybe if we could join forces. Oops, media and the 2 main political parties say we hate each other, so I guess we do since they keep saying it.

    His reply to me:

    That is a very interesting take. I too think urban blacks and rural whites are more similar than not. 

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    • soozword says:

      Maybe he is taking his first baby steps towards sanity.

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      • Brant says:

        🙂 and by the way, my inclusion/my confidence of including, the rural manufacture gone over seas/devastated rural communities into the discussion and then tying that to destruction of inner cities and the similarities of the residents of both was a result of reading this website for several years….. 🙂

        I think my note to him was short/substantive and maybe tweaked a question in him without being confrontational.

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      • Your Tour Guide says:

        When I lived back in Crackville, I hired a white guy from an
        outer, more rural county. He was appalled by the apartments
        next door. “How can you live next to THAT?”

        In his case, he was identifying jerk behavior with skin color.

        I Informed him that I would see the exact, same problems
        if I was locate next to a bad trailer park that rented by the
        week. Different complexion, exact same problems.

        He saw where I was going, and agreed with it.

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  19. 28angelica28 says:

    Christopher Steele was ordered by a British high court to pay a little over $22,500 to two Russians for things that he included in his “dossier” that were either untrue or misleading. Just think what our President could get from ole Chris!

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  20. Irisheyes says:

    I wanted to drop this excerpt and link here, as I know we have numerous Christians on this board. I know I’ve been frustrated when talking to others at my church who feel politics isn’t part of the Christian life. This article is written in a firm but respectful manner, and hopefully can help take “the beam” out of some folks eyes.

    This is WAR. Onward Christian soldiers!

    “God is in Control, So I Don’t Have to Do Anything” Does Not Apply Here

    Those who use God’s sovereignty to justify doing nothing while our nation is under siege are misusing Scripture. If God did not want us to have an active role in His plans, He would not have called us to action repeatedly throughout Scripture. Again and again, from Genesis to Revelation, He calls on His people to act, to stand against evil, and to stand up for the needy and vulnerable (Isaiah 6:8, Matthew 28:18-20, Ephesians 5:11, Proverbs 31:8-9). If we continue to sit on the sidelines while every good thing our nation stands for is destroyed, we will have violated far more Scripture than the handful of passages currently being misused to justify inaction.

    https://www.thegatewaypundit.com/2020/07/time-act-debunking-christian-excuses-inaction-face-evil/

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    • sDee says:

      Our preacher (in far more compassionate, compelling and biblical terms 😉 ) told us Sunday that America was built on Christian values, America and Christianity are under full blown attack, the politicians need us out of the way, this is the eternal battle of good vs evil, that we all better start to make our voices heard, and get off our butts and fight.

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    • Phflipper says:

      Read that article earlier, the following quote is excellent:

      “We cannot claim to truly appreciate the Founders and the nation they secured for us while simultaneously refusing to do what it takes to keep and maintain this nation.”

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    • Deplorable_Infidel says:

      “the handful of passages currently being misused to justify inaction.”

      This would be primarily Romans chapter 13, to obey those in authority – because the Authorities are ordained by God. All fine and dandy, except in our case these “authorities” are outside of the bounds of their own authority. State and local leaders are violating not only their own state constitutions, but those of the supreme law of the land, the Constitution of the United States of America.

      Paul, the apostle to the Gentiles, stood up for his rights as a Roman citizen:

      Romans 11:13 For I speak to you Gentiles, inasmuch as I am the apostle of the Gentiles, I magnify mine office

      Acts 16:35 And when it was day, the magistrates sent the serjeants, saying, Let those men go.
      36 And the keeper of the prison told this saying to Paul, The magistrates have sent to let you go: now therefore depart, and go in peace.
      37 But Paul said unto them, They have beaten us openly uncondemned, being Romans, and have cast us into prison; and now do they thrust us out privily? nay verily; but let them come themselves and fetch us out.
      38 And the serjeants told these words unto the magistrates: and they feared, when they heard that they were Romans.
      39 And they came and besought them, and brought them out, and desired them to depart out of the city.

      Acts 22:25 And as they bound him with thongs, Paul said unto the centurion that stood by, Is it lawful for you to scourge a man that is a Roman, and uncondemned?
      26 When the centurion heard that, he went and told the chief captain, saying, Take heed what thou doest: for this man is a Roman.
      27 Then the chief captain came, and said unto him, Tell me, art thou a Roman? He said, Yea.
      28 And the chief captain answered, With a great sum obtained I this freedom. And Paul said, But I was free born.
      29 Then straightway they departed from him which should have examined him: and the chief captain also was afraid, after he knew that he was a Roman, and because he had bound him.

      Paul also did not surrender to every whim of those in authority:

      Acts 9:23 And after that many days were fulfilled, the Jews took counsel to kill him:
      24 But their laying await was known of Saul. And they watched the gates day and night to kill him.
      25 Then the disciples took him by night, and let him down by the wall in a basket.

      2 Corinthians 11:32 In Damascus the governor under Aretas the king kept the city of the Damascenes with a garrison, desirous to apprehend me:
      33 And through a window in a basket was I let down by the wall, and escaped his hands.

      In this dispensation of grace in which we live, the Holy Spirit is the restraining influence preventing the appearance of the Antichrist.

      Ephesians 3:2 If ye have heard of the dispensation of the grace of God which is given me to you-ward:

      2 Thessalonians 2:7 For the mystery of iniquity doth already work: only he who now letteth will let, until he be taken out of the way.

      Well, the Holy Spirit resides INSIDE OF US to manifest the glory of God and to be a light to the world and a restraining influence against evil.

      1 Corinthians 6:19 What? know ye not that your body is the temple of the Holy Ghost which is in you, which ye have of God, and ye are not your own?

      Philippians 2:13 For it is God which worketh in you both to will and to do of his good pleasure.

      2 Timothy 1:14 That good thing which was committed unto thee keep by the Holy Ghost which dwelleth in us.

      We are engaged in an invisible spiritual war while living in physical bodies. Some people neglect the physical part.

      Ephesians 6:12 For we wrestle not against flesh and blood, but against principalities, against powers, against the rulers of the darkness of this world, against spiritual wickedness in high places.

      I would gather that some of these “good works” should be to be involved in our local governments, school boards, etc.

      Matthew 5:16 Let your light so shine before men, that they may see your good works, and glorify your Father which is in heaven.

      Ephesians 2:10 For we are his workmanship, created in Christ Jesus unto good works, which God hath before ordained that we should walk in them.

      Titus 2:7 In all things shewing thyself a pattern of good works: in doctrine shewing uncorruptness, gravity, sincerity,

      Titus 2:14 Who gave himself for us, that he might redeem us from all iniquity, and purify unto himself a peculiar people, zealous of good works.

      Titus 3:8 This is a faithful saying, and these things I will that thou affirm constantly, that they which have believed in God might be careful to maintain good works. These things are good and profitable unto men.

      Titus 3:14 And let ours also learn to maintain good works for necessary uses, that they be not unfruitful.

      Hebrews 10:24 And let us consider one another to provoke unto love and to good works:

      As citizens of the USA, we have an opportunity to choose whom we have in authority over us. For far too long, we have been complacent with allowing evil to permeate all sectors of our culture. Now we are suffering the consequences.

      Proverbs 29:2 When the righteous are in authority, the people rejoice: but when the wicked beareth rule, the people mourn.

      Proverbs 28:15 As a roaring lion, and a ranging bear; so is a wicked ruler over the poor people.

      Proverbs 29:12 If a ruler hearken to lies, all his servants are wicked

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    • Debra says:

      A war on Christians by requiring they be mandated to live under the edicts of those with a different belief system . . .

      Actually, one does not have to be Christian to be mandated to live under the edicts of those with a different belief system; but, if their beliefs were not actually grounded with a firm foundation, their take on the war may show that they prefer to submit to mandates that ‘stick it to Christians’ — otherwise known as the religion of useful idiots.

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  21. Deplorable_Infidel says:

    July 8, 2020
    Establishment Republicans Work to Reign In President Trump to the Detriment of America

    “Media reports and UTT’s own sources in the Trump administration reveal Establishment Republicans are working diligently to keep President Trump from relying on his instincts and instead listen to the counsel of the very people Americans elected him to toss out on the street.

    In a worst-case-scenario, Establishment Republicans have pushed Karl Rove back into the White House to “help” President Trump get re-elected.

    This is the same Karl Rove who thought it was wise to bring terrorists Sami al-Arian (Palestinian Islamic Jihad), Nihad Awad (Hamas), and Abdurahman Alalmoudi (Al Qaeda) into the George W. Bush camp to “help him get the muslim vote.”

    Then there is Jared Kushner, the “Senior Advisor to the President” who has no experience in national security matters, is a politically left-wing ideologue, and whose weakness in a time of war is dangerous for our nation since he has the ear of the President and controls more of the White House operations than anyone else….”

    https://www.understandingthethreat.com/establishment-republicans-reign-in-trump/

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    • I said this in 2016 & it’s still true today- Donald Trump is throwing the GOP & the Conservative movement (is there still one?) a once in a generation lifeline and they had better grab it or this country is sunk.

      Stop reacting to the lies from the media and start taking about the President’s policy initiatives & achievements! . . . . . You’ll win, the party will win and – most importantly – Americans will win.

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      • III% says:

        As far as I’m concerned it can burn and sink. I am perfectly okay with a totally new party coming from the ashes of the old. At this point, the base belongs to Trump and people with R after the name get votes grudgingly for the most part. There are precious few with a R that get voted for with enthusiasm. We need more that we can be excited about and confident in.

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    • Val says:

      I have a question, what has Jared Kushner done that “our” people seem to hate him so much?

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    • Robert Smith says:

      Boy, people do hate Kushner. Realize that Trump’s choices are his own.

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  22. doohmax says:

    Lest we ever forget….this is the ultimate agenda for the Globalist world once the Dems take back power: Laws mandating adherence to Globalist energy use domination. The same pseudoscience that is pushing the Covid-19 panic has been used for the last 30 years to indoctrinate a generation of young people to the religion of Climate Change. Make no mistake, Climate Change is the first tool to be used to Globalize the American way of life once the Dems gain back control. bbc.com/future/article/20200706-the-law-that-could-make-climate-change-illegal

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    • Debra says:

      Using domination to force people to submit to others’ belief system (wear a mask!)?

      Cover yourself with your Constitutional rights!

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  23. Eric says:

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  24. nwtex says:

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  25. Nick the Deplorable says:

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    • albertus magnus says:

      By the same margin, SCOTUS also ruled in favor of faith-based ORGANIZATIONS and churches to be able to terminate employees without fear of retaliatory lawsuits from disgruntled employees who claim their religious beliefs were violated.

      Great victories for Christ today in the Court!

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  26. DeWalt says:

    Privileged

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  27. Dances with Wolverines says:

    I miss you today Grandma Covfefe, and your blessings. I hope you are well.

    Liked by 10 people

  28. Barnestormer says:

    Here’s an article discussing the time element for mandamus in the Flynn case.

    July 14 appears key, as the potential for en banc review should be known by then. And barring that review and inaction by Sullivan to order dismissal, the prior D.C. Circuit’s order operates to effect dismissal.

    https://www.redstate.com/shipwreckedcrew/2020/07/07/some-significant-legal-issues-for-trump-administration-will-break-in-the-next-couple-weeks/

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    • My guess is that we will know today if there is a vote. We may not hear if no vote at all occurs but no news is good news.
      Court’s normally add 7 days to the rehearing deadline (supposed by me) to come up with a mandate. The judge would have at least 7 days to dismiss and write his nasty komakazie opinion. Usually courts do not end rehearing periods and issue a mandate on the same day.
      At this time I believe that the court is operating off the face of rule 21 and is not treating Sullivan as a party. He may try to force the issue and claim he is a party by himself requesting en banc between today and July 14. I don’t see him doing that as he would already know that he does not have the votes. He also knows that this may get him only a week in delay time.

      Sullivan may also try to seek Cert review in the S.Ct by July 14. I don’t see him doing that even if he is granted party status.
      The Flynn decision does not conflict with anything and there are no stautes being declared unconstitutional. His odds would be worse than 50-1 of getting review. He would be denied within 2 weeks. Flynn has until Jan 20 to get a dismissal or a pardon even if Trump is not reelected. A full en banc review and Flynn sucessfully getting S. Ct review could cause some delay problems if the proceedings are not expedited.

      I wish Margot Cleveland would write on this.

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    • MILupper says:

      Pure coincidence or strategic timing to keep media reporting of Gen. Flynn dismissal buried?

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  29. nwtex says:

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    • Genie says:

      Dang! I thought those victims are supposed to be saved and transported to the mothership, “The Wheel,” in outer space?

      /s

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    • MVW says:

      It is a sad day when Farrakhan is more sane than the FDA.

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      • lolli says:

        MVW 🇺🇸
        👍

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      • Your Tour Guide says:

        This is epic. As bad as the man is, I’ll take this tidbit, gladly.

        Have a 40 year old black coworker that is generally tolerable.
        Predictably insane when it comes to Trump. Male, a bit of a ladie’s
        man. Heard him pitching woo to one of his objects of affection.
        Spends a lot of time flirting on the company clock. Company
        doesn’t pay attention, because of race n’ stuff.

        Anyway, was rather astounded to hear that he’s a Farrakhan
        acolyte. Guy is wayyyyyy boodgie, way middle class. But was
        talking about “Brotherr Farrakhan” during his flirt monolgue.

        Guy is like a parrot for MSM. Anxiously waiting what he starts
        to say about Fauci and Gates. He’s been bitching about mask
        requirements for the last month. This might get interesting.

        Farrakhan has many more followers, in unlikely places then
        people realize. In this case he’s messing up and doing something
        useful.

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  30. Ausonius says:

    I do not mean to find the dark interior of the excellent Supreme Court decision in favor of Religious Freedom.

    However…

    This was a TEN-YEAR fight to preserve a freedom specifically in the Constitution from various government bodies!

    As with practically everything else today, many if not all of our basic freedoms are constantly under attack from some sort of government…and one needs money and lawyers to preserve those freedoms in the hope that a decent judge will defend that freedom!

    This is NOT the America envisioned in 1776!

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    • albertus magnus says:

      Very true! But the good thing is that these attacks on our freedoms really took off in the early 60’s, it is only now that we are winning in these fights. Prayer in schools, Roe vs. Wade, Doe vs. Bolton, etc. all of the products of the courts produced by elected officials that were put in place by the greatest generation’s children who grew up in a world that was much more innocent. They trusted their elected officials to protect their liberties and to appoint good justices, and were let down. Today’s victories are the result of the hard work of THEIR children who had to fight to restore religious freedom, protect life, etc….these victories are slow and small but HARD FOUGHT and the result of what patriots and Christians can do…if they are willing to stop delegating cultural war responsibilities to elected officials and to “others”.

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    • Greeneghis Khan says:

      personal income tax on citizens finances their attack on our freedoms.

      Until taxation thievery is stopped there will be no security of freedom….and that is exactly why the Founding Fathers revolted against George.

      Liked by 3 people

  31. sync says:

    Berkeley students planning fraudulent course to circumvent ICE rules, avoid deportations
    Students claim at least one faculty member is on board

    https://www.foxnews.com/politics/berkeley-officials-say-theyre-planning-fraudulent-courses-to-circumvent-ice-rules-that-could-lead-to-student-deportations

    Liked by 1 person

  32. Sherri Young says:

    Well son of a gun, I am missing out.

    Right now, the Harrison County Commission is meeting. The hot item on the agenda is the proposed removal of the statue of a confederate soldier that a women’s organization funded and erected in 1915 on the lawn of the (now historic, then new) courthouse. The county’s historical museum is housed inside the building. Citizens have been in attendance at the statue 24 hours a day. The same people, at least 1/2 of them women, also have been collecting signatures on a petition to save the statue in its current position.

    We’ll see.

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  33. Alex1689 says:

    Seeing a rumor out there that Maxwell arrest means Sen. Burr skedaddles this summer. He sold his DC townhouse too, to a lobbyist above market value.

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  34. rustybritches says:

    After listening to Kris Kobach last night on DOBBs I will from now on support only those people who support the President and will no longer even try to support the Senate or the House
    Everyone sees what McConnell is doing again and that slug needs to have his butt handed to him in a big way As for the three biggest Traitors in the Senate who cares if they are at the convention or not but more and more of these gutless people will not go either because they have some kind of beef with the President All of these people should be ashamed of themselves and I don’t care which ones they are,

    Liked by 4 people

    • Kristin DeBacco says:

      This Winred website I have a problem with as it goes to the party. But it seems all donations go through there…

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  35. sunnyflower5 says:

    Liked by 2 people

    • TarsTarkas says:

      Lincoln unfortunately was never able to spare time or men to oppose Napoleon III’s invasion of Mexico. His successor Johnson was able to, though, at the advice of Grant. The prospect of having to fight 50K p**sed off veterans led by Sheridan in addition to Juarez’ irregulars was enough inducement to persuade Napoleon to abandon Maximilian.

      Liked by 3 people

    • gsonFIT says:

      I guess it is lost on BLM that the biggest statue is for the guy that ended slavery.

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  36. Ausonius says:

    Several Ohio law enforcement agencies are refusing to deal withe RINO Nanny-Stater Gov. DeWine’s “mask mandate” for 7 Ohio counties.

    https://www.whio.com/news/local/enforcement-mask-ordinance-not-responsibility-law-enforcement-several-agencies-say/JYJD23SMDREXFNYXMUSR4RTAHA/

    T.V. news locally NEVER has any opposing viewpoint or evidence showing the scientific research from the anti-mask. It is a constant drumbeat of “Science Proves Masks Cut the Spread” blah-blah-blah. Relentless propaganda!

    Liked by 1 person

    • jeans2nd says:

      Are you on the North Coast?
      We’ve WNIR here, out of Akron, which delivers plenty of pushback.
      Bob Golic is the least offensive, imo, Jim Isabella doesn’t gas and lets loose.
      WNIR is available online. Our perfect pick-me-up.

      Liked by 1 person

      • Ausonius says:

        No, a suburb of Columbus, soon to be known as Cowed Town. Thanks for the tip about WNIR!

        Liked by 1 person

        • jeans2nd says:

          Condolences. Come visit the North Coast for some R&R & relief from the Kasick Korruptocrats.

          Liked by 1 person

        • Your Tour Guide says:

          Ausonious:

          Cannot fathom anyone in the tip
          counties of Ohio worrying about the virus.
          Nobody’s there.

          Adams county, huge metropolis cities
          like Wellston, Waverly…… Went camping
          in the national forest years ago in the area.

          Hiked into a little town nearby. Forget where.
          In 1979 they were having local elections.
          The politicians were still actually kissing babies.

          Liked by 1 person

          • Ausonius says:

            Right! The rural counties have no time or patience for this idiocy: to be sure, few have contracted the virus in most counties. The bigger cities are the problem, which makes sense, but even so, few have died!

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    • Deplorable_Infidel says:

      “T.V. news locally NEVER has any opposing viewpoint or evidence showing the scientific research from the anti-mask.”

      We are getting the same here, Buffalo/WNY region.

      I just updated my auto signature for my emails to include:

      Just say “NO” to masks and “social distancing”!

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  37. Tl Howard says:

    Anyone have any guesses as to who Sundance and allies are planning to confront?

    Liked by 2 people

  38. sync says:

    Soon you will charged with a hate crime for being white….

    Liked by 1 person

    • FreyFelipe says:

      This DA is quilt of committing a hate crime against this couple. But she’s probably too stupid to see it.

      What if, instead of some BLM scrawling, the couple had painted over “Christ Lives!” scrawled on the street? Would this DA be changing them with a hate crime? I really doubt it. Essentially zero chance. So to this nazi like DA, Christianity is not a valid religion, but BLM is a valid religion and, in effect, the state religion..

      Liked by 1 person

      • litenmaus says:

        What if instead of some BLM scrawling, the couple had painted over an American Flag, would they be charged with a hate crime or would they be lauded for their peaceful protest?

        At the moment it appears that defacing a mural is hate, but burning the flag is righteous.

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    • JCM800 says:

      Laws that are repugnant to the Constitution are null and void

      “Certainly all those who have framed written constitutions contemplate them as forming the fundamental and paramount law of the nation, and consequently, the theory of every such government must be, that an act of the legislature, repugnant to the constitution, is void.
      Marbury v. Madison (5 US 137), 1803”

      https://www.avoiceofliberty.us/2015/08/a-law-repugnant-to-constitution-is-void.html

      AMENDMENT XIV
      Section 1.
      “All persons born or naturalized in the United States, and subject to the jurisdiction thereof, are citizens of the United States and of the state wherein they reside. No state shall make or enforce any law which shall abridge the privileges or immunities of citizens of the United States; nor shall any state deprive any person of life, liberty, or property, without due process of law; nor deny to any person within its jurisdiction the equal protection of the laws.”

      “…nor deny to any person within its jurisdiction the equal protection of the laws.”

      Unconstitutional, therefore null and void, illegal if enforced.
      “Affirmative Action”
      Government Forced Discrimination against White Males.

      At present, there is no equal protection of the laws, therefore those that benefit from Illegal Abomination known as “affirmative action” can shove their grievances where the sun doesn’t shine.

      Everyday another White male learns that he is blocked out of jobs, promotion, college admission, and financial programs merely because he is a White Male.
      This group is growing daily, and it is much bigger than those in TV Land would have you know.

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    • Robert Smith says:

      What if the White Couple were a Black couple?

      They’d be charged too. The left doesn’t care if fellow travelers like the St.Louis gun-waving couple get hurt.

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    • annieoakley says:

      He is trying his best to start a race war. He has plenty of help among the college students and Muslim Students, Confucius Institutes so he is encouraged.

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  39. Phil aka Felipe says:

    UTT Special Report:

    July 8, 2020

    ‘Establishment Republicans Work to Reign In President Trump to the Detriment of America’

    Article Here:

    https://www.understandingthethreat.com/establishment-republicans-reign-in-trump/

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  40. Nick the Deplorable says:

    Liked by 4 people

    • sunnyflower5 says:

      Retweet from February

      Liked by 1 person

      • Robert Smith says:

        Sample twitter reaction:

        Heather Mick @HeatherMcKitric
        Replying to @vmsalama

        @maggieNYT and @jimsciutto
        This is heartbreaking. Maybe Biden can appoint him to something when he gets voted into office.
        10:54 AM · Jul 8, 2020

        AGAIN, all these people are heroes of the left.

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    • Avi says:

      Is he gonna open a Dunkin Donuts franchise?

      Liked by 2 people

    • DeWalt says:

      Something about a door.

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    • Eric C. says:

      I thought he was off to war college 😂😂

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    • Nick the Deplorable says:

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      • MitchRyderDetroitWheels says:

        Col Moon Pie crashes and burns…too bad

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      • Robert Smith says:

        Then Vindman should point the finger to who unfairly retaliated, bullied and intimidated him. I am sure he saw the light that it was better to lock in that pension and try to fade away before the SHTF.

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    • Wethal says:

      So Tammy Duckworth cannot now hold up 1000+ military promotions unless Vindman was promoted to full colonel.

      Liked by 2 people

      • thedoc00 says:

        Add to that fact Vidman may have ended working for the guys (or”friends” of the guys) who’s promotions he may have delayed, threatened or help up.

        Cleaning latrines and bad OER’s is not a good career prospect or being cited as a fat, overweight slob under AR 600-9.

        Yes, AR 600-9 has been used by many a commanding officer to ruin a career or 2 no matter the actual physical condition or capabilities of an officer. Think of it as BMI requirements on steroids.

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    • Crewdog 52. says:

      Bottom line: he knew he was going to be passed over for Full Bird, so he is retiring, but blaming Trump and the military for bullying him. LOSER!

      Liked by 3 people

    • StanH says:

      Golly!

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  41. Winston says:

    Anthropology is one of the sciences which Jordan Peterson has said is infested with Postmodernism:

    Berkeley students planning fraudulent course to circumvent ICE rules, avoid deportations
    Students claim at least one faculty member is on board

    https://www.foxnews.com/politics/berkeley-officials-say-theyre-planning-fraudulent-courses-to-circumvent-ice-rules-that-could-lead-to-student-deportations

    The tweet was shared more than 25,000 times before it was taken down. It linked to a longer Facebook post stating that a member of the Berkeley community had “found a faculty member who will sponser [sic] this.” [who expectid that universaty stoodents shood no how to spel?]

    The Facebook post clearly declared that the proposed course was not intended to serve a broader educational purpose for the student body, and “is ONLY for students who are international and need a physical component to remain in the United States.” A syllabus was being drafted, according to the post.

    The post also stated that the course would “likely” be run “through the anthropology department,” although the specifics of the course’s substance and subject matter didn’t appear to concern most Berkeley students discussing the matter online.

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  42. Winston says:

    Chief Justice John Roberts was hospitalized for head injury after fall last month
    July 07, 2020

    https://www.washingtonexaminer.com/news/chief-justice-john-roberts-was-hospitalized-for-head-injury-after-fall-last-month

    Supreme Court Chief Justice John Roberts was hospitalized last month after sustaining minor injuries during a fall at a club in Maryland.

    Roberts, 65, was taken to a nearby hospital after falling at the Chevy Chase Club in Montgomery County on June 21 and received sutures to contain bleeding to the head resulting from the fall, a spokeswoman for the Supreme Court confirmed Tuesday.

    “The Chief Justice was treated at a hospital on June 21 for an injury to his forehead sustained in a fall while walking for exercise near his home,” read a statement from spokeswoman Kathleen Arberg.

    “The injury required sutures, and out of an abundance of caution, he stayed in the hospital overnight and was discharged the next morning. His doctors ruled out a seizure,” she added. “They believe the fall was likely due to light-headedness caused by dehydration.”

    Roberts, who has a history of seizures, was released the next day. The confirmation of his hospital visit came after the Washington Post inquired about the matter upon receiving a tip. The statement from Arberg did not clarify why Roberts failed to disclose his hospitalization publicly at the time.

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  43. MVW says:

    Based on Rick Grenell’s personal assessment of Pence I reversed my ‘read’ on Pence as pure GOP’er, and that he was not to be trusted.

    There is inherent danger in relying on someone else’s assessment though, so I keep my eyes open.

    Here is my problem with Mike Pence:
    Peter Navarro in the China Virus meetings pushed back on Fauci. Now Peter Navarro is challenging the FDA on HCQ lack of support.

    Trump took controversial stands on the China Virus in so many ways and times, taking major heat.

    What has Pence done that was controversial but right?

    I don’t care what Rick Grenell says, Mike Pence is 100% GOPe Roper. I trust Pence to protect us from the hordes of Demons as far as I can throw Mitch McConnell and that back stabbing Paul Ryan. I am sick and tired of Git-A-Long with the Uniparty, no waves, spineless, play it safe by losing, cuck RepubliRats.

    This is the age of fighters that WIN. This is not part of Pence’s DNA. Pence is a turn the other cheek nice guy. If you need condolences though he will be there.

    Sorry, that is what I see.

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    • You see true and clear. Replace Pence with Noem so Noem is set up for 2024.

      FWIW: I cannot handle the endless milquetoast pandering from this guy. Recently, he was on Rush and of course ignores the first thing Rush says to him in order to thank all the first responders in true, predictable, and gross panderer form. Well, now our first responders are under heavy attack, where is the vociferous defense of them from Mr. Pence?

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    • WeThePeople2016 says:

      I have been neutral to Pence because Trump picked him as VP. However, after following his actions and words since he became VP, I have come to not trust him. He was behind a lot of the chaos and confusion in the beginning of Trump’s presidency by recommending Swamp people into the WH. These people turned out to be leakers and/or disloyal to Trump and many were removed. IMHO, his handling of the Whuhan virus has been abysmal. It seems like Trump has to be the one to counter Fauci and the CDC – a job that Pence should be doing! He is too busy telling us that “We are all in this together.”

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      • MitchRyderDetroitWheels says:

        JMO …Trump selected Pence for one reason and that was an attempt to get along with the useless GOP. The guy adds nothing to the ticket. Nothing.

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        • doyouseemyvision says:

          Pence helped in 2016 to get evangelicals onboard. They’re onboard now so that shipped has long sailed. Trump needs a new apprentice for 2020. Pence has not shown much public support for Trump during the coup, impeachment, spygate, Mueller investigation. He’s been as silent as Mitch McConnell. Pence doesn’t have the ‘stuff’ for higher office.

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    • JCM800 says:

      Pence and Priebus are as mushy as the Pilsbury Dough Boy.
      We need a more MAGA enthusiastic, Build the Wall, Deport them All ,VP.

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  44. WeThePeople2016 says:

    Liked by 1 person

    • lolli says:

      And that’s why donut boy should have been thrown in the clink from the moment he chose to undermine his CIC.

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      • JCM800 says:

        Vindman, this is fer yew.

        Roly Poly
        from Bob Will’s Round Up

        “Roly Poly, eatin’ corn and taters
        Hungry every minute of the day
        Roly poly, gnawin’ on a biscuit
        Long as he can chew it it’s ok
        He can eat an apple pie
        And never bat an eye
        He likes everything from soup to hay
        Roly Poly, daddy’s little fatty
        Bet he’s gonna be a man someday

        Roly Poly, scrambled eggs for breakfast
        Bread and jelly 20 times a day
        Roly Poly, eats a hearty dinner
        It takes lots of strength to run and play
        Pulls up weeds and does the chores
        Runs both ways to all the stores
        He works up an appitite that way
        Roly Poly, daddy’s little fatty
        Bet he’s gonna be a man someday”

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    • henry says:

      He wouldn’t kneel for POTUS but he took one the end from Schiff and Swollowswell

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    • The Gipper Lives says:

      Blah blah blah lies blah coup d’etat blah blah sedition blah blah traitor

      Liked by 2 people

    • jeans2nd says:

      And the attorney has irrefutable documented proof, yes?
      Much like Vindeman’s proof, no doubt.
      They are preaching to their own choir, who are tone-deaf.

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    • bacillus says:

      Looks like the multi-million dollar deposit for the advanced payment on his tell all book – which will sell 8 all of copies – has hit the publisher’s bank account now.

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    • mayflowerchild says:

      I don’t know anyone who has endured more bullying, intimidation and retaliation than President Trump. Cry me a river, Alex.

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    • StanH says:

      Don’t let the door bump you on the ass on the way out.

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    • Hans says:

      I’m looking at the timing… why now.. the Big Ugly.. could be… Duckworth threat not working.. one by one.. the deep state is loosing to MAGA.

      The great coup revolution is IMHO loosing bigly.. Chaz closed.. people going out. Covid 19 debunked.. deaths are going down.. economy is recovering..

      Vindman probably not getting the big payout since PDT was not impeached…getting a high paying position in the Ukraine not looking good either….The money laundering in the Ukraine military complex under scrutiny.

      Now who would hire this traitor. Here..(US)… nobody.. think tank… nope.. that bridge has been burned.. lobbying not looking good either..

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  45. sunnyflower5 says:

    There’s no more reason to give Tammy Duckworth any more attention. She was caught in her own deception. 👇

    Tammy Duckworth@TammyforIL Jul 4, 2015
    All dressd up as historic figures.I just coverd myself in Stars&Stripes.Next year I’m going as Mt.Rushmore! #Murica http://ow.ly/i/bEg6a

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    • donnieboy71 says:

      so her anti-american rants get a pass because she is a female feminist anti-male pos and that’s supposed to provide her legitimate cover?

      i wouldn’t want trish regan in my foxhole. ever.

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    • The Gipper Lives says:

      “This is not the stump to die on.”

      You know who else was wounded and yet sold out his fellow wounded veterans to protect a tyrant?

      Gen. Arnold.

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  46. Winston says:

    Off the rails…

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    • thedoc00 says:

      It would have even been made more humorous and funny if one points out:
      Number of foreign visitors.
      Remove them from the 77% White count, as they are always added to the “White” count if Hispanic or Asian and there is a need to pump up the number.
      Gee, then the actual ratio reflects the ethnic breakdown of the US.

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    • Robert Smith says:

      Force minorities to get on buses and drop them off at national parks?

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    • JG3 says:

      Let’s see…be prepared:

      massive layoffs,
      market tank,
      sex video,
      tooter Barr public impeachment,
      couple of R sen/house members caught in scandal, forced to resign.
      Pastors around POTUS scandal,
      another wave of virus of some kind, etc…

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  47. CM-TX says:

    FWIW passing this on re. John Roberts… we know he’s compromised somehow:

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    • Ausonius says:

      How does blackmailing/controlling Roberts do anything for Jolly Old England? How many Supreme Court decisions deal with England/United Kingdom? It is not clear how such a situation would help any country, except in adding another headache now and then to President Trump’s overflowing plate!

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      • Your Tour Guide says:

        Ausonius:

        Anything that mirrors how Brexit works, for starters.
        We’re talking Globalists here. So, decisions affecting
        immigration. Decisions affecting the way that state
        soveignty is dynamited by unknown ( except to gobalist)
        influences. Decision regarding prized populations that
        destablize things everywhere they go. Now, who
        would that be?

        Had a dog walking moment the other night. Decided that
        the worldwide Trump support reason is very simple. All
        of the middle class persons that have been paying attention
        notice one thing. The exact same thing is being done
        everywhere to everyone, (except the select, elite few).
        And, only one individual is doing anything that is effectively
        counteracting it. That’d be Trump. They shot their
        credibility by using the same methods, everywhere.

        Unresticted immigration of harmful populations. Ruining
        economies benefitting the middle class through eco-terrorism.

        So, it would not surprise me one bit if Britian was guilty as
        sin in this. If you follow the money, there’s a butt ton of the
        global money parked in London.

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        • JG3 says:

          Prince Charles and Al Gore is heading-up the global “Reset” + dinner (in their home) /friendship with Obloomer?+ Africa position to have the population of the world…explainS Harry and Megan coming to the USA…future first black/women president??

          King of England + President of the USA = Climate Changers raining fire and brimstone down on our heads?

          …like Sundance says, you have to follow-up with actions. Just watching their’s…

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