Senate Majority Whip John Thune Positions to Support National Mail-In Ballots…

One of the more challenging facets to awakening the general public on the scale of corruption within Washington DC is the need for people to drop party designations. This is never more true than within the U.S. Senate where the “us -vs- them” mentality reigns supreme.

The system is created to self-sustain regardless of party affiliation. The Senate is one club with one perspective. Within that club rule #1 dominates: none of the members will ever expose another member. So when there is corrupt activity within the Senate no-one from within the institution with expose another. This is the way of the Senate and how it operates.

(L-R) Barrasso, Blunt, McConnell, Thune and Ernst.

Current Senate Leader Mitch McConnell has a leadership group who carry out the institutional objectives of the upper chamber as a body, they include: Senator John Thune (whip); Senator John Barrasso (conference chair); Roy Blunt (committee chair); Todd Young (NRSC chair); Jodi Ernst (conference vice-chair); and Chuck Grassley (president pro tempore). None of these senators make a move publicly without approval from Leader McConnell.

Today Senate Whip John Thune rebuked the mail-in ballot concerns expressed by President Trump. Thune does this because ultimately the objectives of the upper chamber are more favorably aligned if President Trump is removed.

WASHINGTON DC – […] Asked if he agreed with the president’s repeated charges that mailed-in balloting will lead to a “rigged election” and “massive voter fraud,” the Senate majority whip told reporters, “I don’t.”

“Mailed-in voting has been used in a lot of places for a long time and, honestly, we’ve got a lot of folks that, as you know, they’re investing heavily in trying … to win that war. It’s always a war too for mail-in ballots. Both sides compete, and it’s always an area where I think our side, at least in my experience, has done pretty well,” Thune answered, adding: “I think we want to assure people it’s going to work, it’s secure and if they vote that way it’s going to count.” (read more)

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407 Responses to Senate Majority Whip John Thune Positions to Support National Mail-In Ballots…

  1. jediphantom says:

    I am at the point where I’d love to have some NEFARIOUS DEPLORABLE’S get their hand on some of those BLACK FILES that SUNDANCE had a thread on not long ago, AND USE THEM.

    Would that be uncouth?

    DEPLORABLE JEDI.

    Liked by 5 people

    • stakan says:

      Damn Traitors. Amnesty, Spygate, sending jobs overseas, kowtowing to China, mass foreign worker visas, now national mail-in fraud voting. Sell outs.

      Play dirty, use dirt. How about some declassified NSA transcripts of their traitorous comms & finances all while they play-act as “Patriots” for the cameras?

      Liked by 15 people

    • Janus says:

      I’m afraid its going to take precisely what you suggest. You see, we’re faced with a foe that can–and will–use the law and regulation in any manner it desires to oppress us. We are no longer a Constitutional Republic–we’re a banana republic (with a slightly better standard of living).

      If want our Republic back (the one Franklin quipped about us being able to keep) we will have to break the glass and pull the lever on the emergency solution our Founders bequeathed to us.

      Liked by 10 people

      • noswamp says:

        You need to organize groups in each state and bring protest specifically those like Thune who want Trump to lose this fall by saying this about mail in ballots. Also Mike Lee with his behind the back green card light for Indian workers and corporate America. It is disgusting. to see.

        But all senators need to stop receiving the legal bribes from corporations. Even Jordan gets money from Google. Citizen United was a disaster case by the Supreme Court maybe we could start by reversing that.

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        • Kenneth Ray Brown says:

          I think there’s laws against anything you’d be able to think up. After all they are mostly Lawyers.

          Liked by 2 people

          • dollops says:

            Lawyers from time immemorial (Scribes and Pharisees) have had the strings of power wrapped around their fingers. They pander to tyrants and work their insidious usurpation of the justice systems of naive “free” people. Regimes come and go but the Legal Guild is forever insinuating itself into the highest levels of power.

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      • jediphantom says:

        There is nothing too be fearful of. Our own government documents, even the redacted versions, give us several hammers of truth to use.

        EVERY TOOL IN THE TOOLBOX.

        As for our Republic, we are not alone. Every Democratic system in the West and beyond has, in some form “OHR” fashion been under constant assault for decades, if not longer.

        It is a rude awakening when you discover that your sovereign birthright of self-governance has “OHR” is being lost.

        On the bright side, Yellow Vests, Tea Party Patriots, Brexiteers, even those in the Sanders camp, knew SOMETHING WAS WRONG. But only the equal application of THE RULE OF LAW can restore what has been drifting away from free peoples for years.

        FEAR NOT! WE ARE ON THAT PATHWAY NOW!

        DEPLORABLE JEDI.

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  2. kittylenoir says:

    Be sure to go to his social media and let him know you’re thoughts.

    Liked by 9 people

  3. Elle says:

    “Current Senate Leader Mitch McConnell has a leadership group who carry out the institutional objectives of the upper chamber as a body, they include: Senator John Thune (whip); Senator John Barrasso (conference chair); Roy Blunt (committee chair); Todd Young (NRSC chair); Jodi Ernst (conference vice-chair); and Chuck Grassley (president pro tempore).“

    That is only 7 people. They are despised by millions on the left and thus the crocodile will be happy to eat them first. Surely they understand that if we are deplorable then they are disposable.

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  4. dallasdan says:

    We are now < 90 days away from the election. Unless Biden becomes a grossly non-viable candidate, I anticipate the passive-aggressive warfare against the President by members of the GOPe will become increasingly obvious and severe. There has never been a presidential election with higher national stakes. JMO

    Liked by 11 people

    • wcmcgirt says:

      Biden was a grossly non-viable candidate in January. This was apparent to anyone who had come in contact with an Alzheimer’s patient. Had the opportunity to observe my mother-in-law for five years and was able to see the progression.

      Biden is the placeholder for a candidate to be named later, most likely via invoking the 25th Amendment. Pay particular to who is named Veep on the Dem ticket.

      Liked by 7 people

      • Deborah Fehr says:

        the thing I find so (funny not funny) about all this is that they are willing to put a grossly incompetent person in the Presidential Seat and then remove him as grossly incompetent to get the person THEY actually want in…all the while screaming that President Trump is grossly incompetent….it fits the modus operandi of every. single. thing. they have done so far….Everything they have done, they turn around and say PDT is doing…and the media spins it for them and voila! Its again Trumps fault.

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    • lolli says:

      dallasdan🇺🇸
      Stakes have never been higher.
      From your POV, do you think there is a true disconnect between Abbott and Paxton or just a game, good cop, bad cop. If Paxton was so great, why hasn’t he banned the enforced mask mandate?
      I know people getting sick from being forced to wear them at work in extreme heat doing phys work. It is truly abusive. Loose job or health. Nice choice.

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    • Janus says:

      I’ve been saying for some time that Trump’s deadliest enemies are the RINOs (and all but a handful are RINOs)

      Liked by 7 people

      • bowhuntrpa says:

        Yes, never head their advise.
        Not only does the Turtle want POTUS out, but as Sundance has said, he prospers more with the added leverage when the Republicans are in the minority.
        I truly believe they are trying to lose the Senate.
        They have done nothing holding the Senate.

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        • lady4trump says:

          The only good thing the Republicans of the Senate did was NOT remove the President during the Shampeachment! They really couldn’t remove him, although I’m sure Mitch seriously wanted to do just that, because of the great support President Trump has in this country. They were afraid for their lives if they removed him!

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      • The Phantom Stranger says:

        Most of the RINOs in the Senate are actually in leadership. It’s how they got those positions in the first place. The average Republican Senator has more commitment to their corporate sponsors than any deep political beliefs.

        It’s why Roe v Wade will never be overturned and why the RNC keeps picking extremely moderate RINOs even in deep Red states. They are easier to control and won’t go off the reservation.

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  5. Missy says:

    Ask Hawley, Cruz, and Rand out for lunch with the House Freedom Caucus, and then nuke both chambers from space. After all, its the only way to be sure, right?

    Liked by 3 people

  6. maxxheadroom777 says:

    …millions of U.S. citizens are fed up with UniParty politics. Both sides of the aisle in both Houses play the same rotten game: enriching themselves at the expense of everyone else. Donald J. Trump is getting a bitter taste of how the D’s and R’s play both ends against the middle. DJT won a difficult election fair and square. He expected at least a modicum of loyalty from the Republican Party. Instead he has been served with slander and libel from Democrats and sneaky deviousness from Mitch McConnell and the RNC. We The People see what’s happening and President Trump dam’sho sees it, too. From what I’ve read, Trump rewards loyalty and punishes those who betray him. I for one hope very much that, upon leaving the White House for the last time, Donald J. Trump makes it his business to absolutely destroy the present leadership and organization of the Republican Party and put some honest people in their places. There are millions of us out here who will support such an effort with everything we’ve got. UniParty politics is what drives the coronavirus pandemic propaganda and all the other trashy effluvia emanating from the Potomac Swamp. Donald J. Trump is the most prominent of the precious few honest men now inhabiting Washington D.C. Good luck and Godspeed to President Donald John Trump.

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    • Julian says:

      Perhaps using the dirt there is on the likes of McConnell to get the FBI & DOJ to investigate and indict the likes of McConnell would be easier when the DOJ & FBI work for him rather than when he’s just a civilian?

      There is nothing wrong with prosecuting criminality you know.

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    • mugzey302 says:

      Correction: “Potomac Sewer”. 😒

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  7. aileen says:

    amen MAGA 2020

    Liked by 1 person

  8. aileen says:

    god bless sundance.

    Liked by 2 people

  9. Patchman2076 says:

    I absolutely loathe these people!

    Liked by 2 people

  10. MVW says:

    Crooked $BigPharma says jump and these Senate puppets jump for their lunch. The battle for the chicken coop door, for the unstoppable unlimited plunder of America, is thick with foxes and feathers.

    This election, the door, is desperately critical just like the last one only the crooks have realized it, (2016 they thought Trump was just talking tough) and have realized that fraud balloting is their only hope.

    The rats are cornered and know it.

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  11. pochas94 says:

    We’ll all be voting from smart phones, anyway. I’m for it if it can be made secure, one registered voter, one vote. What with double encrypted passwords it should be possible.

    Liked by 1 person

    • pochas94 says:

      We need a clean, clean network. No need for Chinese to vote unless they are US citizens.

      Liked by 2 people

      • Marc says:

        In person on election day is best way to secure your vote. Mail in is a joke, phone voting is ripe for fraud, and even absentee ballots can easily get “forgotten” in a storeroom. The election is more important than you not contracting COVID19.

        Liked by 3 people

    • flatwesttx says:

      With the technocrats controlling the data. I’ll pass.

      Liked by 2 people

    • Sentient says:

      F*** that! Polls should be on the third floor of a building with no elevator. Vote one day and one day only and you should have to correctly answer three fourth grade arithmetic questions first. Literacy tests have, unfortunately, been deemed unconstitutional.

      Liked by 2 people

      • bowhuntrpa says:

        Produce your tax return or no votee!

        Liked by 2 people

        • lady4trump says:

          I’m for people paying Federal Income Taxes or Property Taxes to be the only people allowed to vote. This ridiculousness of letting people on welfare vote is destroying our country! We are watching it go down the drain, yet we do nothing! Welfare recipients vote Democrat always, for more free stuff!
          Dems are now full-on Communists. Anybody else see our country is going straight down the drain?

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    • mimbler says:

      Anything other than physical voting in private allows people to buy votes and witness the person voting to make sure they got their money’s worth.

      Liked by 2 people

    • Jack is Back says:

      @pochas94: “… smart phones voting… if it can be made secure…”

      It can’t. if it’s electronic… if it is transmitted… it is corruptible.

      Only way, the Best way to have an honest vote is good old fashioned go to the poll, mark your ballot, slip it into the box on your way out. Have the box monitored and validated by both parties, votes counted in total by both parties, vote count validated by both parties, reported then boxed and sealed with security strip and necessary information reported to validation/acceptance.

      That way, the box can’t be corrupted; once the votes are reported in. the security strip/ dateTimeGroup marking are for compliance – any votes “found” in car trunks, a common dhimmicrat phenomenon, are invalid/illegitimate.

      Think of it as a chain of custody – electronically the potential for fraud is undeniably there, no matter what security one claims can be placed on a smartphone. Nothing beats chain-of-custody hand-offs with properly recorded authorization/validation. That’s why it’s used for evidence in law enforcement, and why – if chain-of-custody is broken – evidence is invalidated when it is.

      if we can offer this protection to the accused in our system of law, how can we not offer this protection to the most procedure for transfer of power in a Republican form of Government?

      the JG

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      • PaulRevere1965 says:

        Making YOUR VOTE “convenient” is like equating your vote to fast food. Consumerism should not be equated to a Peoples’ most prized act of controlling their Goverment: Voting.

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  12. “… the need for people to drop party designations.”

    It is more than that, much more: The entire system is broken.

    I have been watching the Left vs. Right war for the last 60 years — not aggressively, determinedly, but all along the way. I easily call it a war now, but of course earlier I might have just accepted the term “partisan bickering/fighting”, which the system itself used, and which of course did NOT recognize a “Uniparty”. Only the radicals — especially on the Insane Left — still honestly hate the “other party”; I accept what Sundance says on that.

    But I think it important to recognize that it wasn’t always so, and in fact, as the “blacks are victimized by systemic (white) racism” grew in honest-but-deluded status among Democrats, over the last 60 years, the growing diametrical opposition expressed between the two parties was leading inexorably to that Black Muslim thinking, culminating in a Black Muslim President Obama.

    But just as interesting — but stupid (see “Laugh-In” and Arte Johnson’s line) — is the fact that indeed the growing distress of the Left vs. Right “war” LED TO the “Uniparty”, hidden from we common folk but clasped to their tiny elite bosoms as Sundance has now fully revealed. Something had to give, from all of the dogmatic Liberal vs. Conservative, and it was the system itself, the way “our representatives” saw their job.

    I see it — know it, period — as the system completely broken. Sundance sees the “Uniparty”, the protective layer the legislators have spread over the open wound(s)…and the Insane Left sees it as final comeuppance for “racist America” and every other sin (like environmental, both real but, almost entirely now, illusory lies) the most radical elements can call to their side.

    Well, that’s enough for one comment, made extemporaneously (but after 60+ years of experience and the most amazing insight…in hindsight, sigh).

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    • WhiteBoard says:

      Yes – stay with your point in every post so it wakes people up.

      we need to recall every congress member that is doing their job for money (donations). there IS NO excuse OR ANYTHING that validates them DOING THEIR JOB for money.

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    • pochas94 says:

      All that is needed is a Senate Majority Leader with enough cajones to move things in the right direction. That means to discourage corruption, to build an atmosphere where corrupt behavior is unacceptable.

      Liked by 2 people

  13. The Raven says:

    Thune is thinking of a generic mail-in ballot for people traveling or ill. Trump is referring to a massive overwhelming of the system which happened in the NY primary (thousands missing post marks, signatures, etc)

    Liked by 3 people

    • TwoLaine says:

      He is just like the DIM Media, blurring the lines, on purpose.

      Liked by 5 people

    • Seneca the Elder says:

      Raven- People forget so easily what happened in NY back in May.
      Killer Cuomo hijacked our statewide school budget vote.
      We were not allowed to have in person voting because Corona.
      It was ALL Absentee mail in ballots. The ones that are supposed to be so great.
      It was a Complete DISASTER but they aren’t talking about it.
      We must demand IN PERSON VOTING.
      As always, the dopey Repubs have blown it when it comes to ELECTIONS.
      What a bunch of Losers.

      Liked by 5 people

      • Sbrgirl says:

        Our TN primary was last Tuesday. We voted in person (with ID)! Registration tables and voting machines were spread out, the workers were all masked, and each voter kept the pen they used to sign the forms. It can be done!

        Liked by 6 people

      • lady4trump says:

        The Republicans are NOT ‘dopey’, nor are they ‘losers’. They are totally corrupt, their votes have been purchased by anyone with enough money to bribe them.

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    • paulashley says:

      The difference is far greater than that. Absentee ballots are requested and the voter is verified. Democrat-proposed mail-in ballots are mass mailed, unrequested, to unverified voter roll addresses, and no voter verification is required.

      Liked by 6 people

    • bill johnston says:

      And when PDJT tried to get information on voter rolls from the states, the dem states told him to pound sand. If we had clean voter rolls and verified information as to address and citizenship status, among other things, mail-in might be feasible. Otherwise, no way.

      Liked by 1 person

      • mugzey302 says:

        Tom Fitton has been working on this via FOIA request, I think. Not sure how many states he has completed, but Cali had over 1mil voters to remove as unverified.

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  14. TJ says:

    RINOs and DINOs conspiring against the people, just like the Chinese politburo(uniparty).

    –Liberal group sends masses of mail-in ballot applications to voters
    –many with errors, peeving election officials

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    • Marc says:

      “Richmond, VA”
      Of course the Lefty groups are going full bore here because the Republican Party of VA are the ultimate RINOs and are AWOL as an organization. They are letting the Democrats take over the entire state without putting up any fight.

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      • lady4trump says:

        No Senator or Representative from the State of California should ever be seated! They need to be thrown out! The voting is so incredibly fraudulent here in California, we deserve no representatives at all. The Democrats have 12 ways from Sunday now to cheat. Elections are a JOKE here now.
        Open primaries (leads to 2 Democrats on the ballot for each office and no Republican for that office can even BE on the ballot. Ballot Harvesting – does everyone know how they do that by now? And then there is Cheat-by-Mail, which is a done-deal here in California as of our Primary Election held earlier this year.

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  15. Miya says:

    “ Both sides compete, and it’s always an area where I think our side, at least in my experience, has done pretty well,”

    He’s not wrong. His side, the swamp side, has done a great job skewing the votes this way.

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  16. TwoLaine says:

    Report from 8/4:

    A very sweet, 80 years young woman, sent me her family history package via United States Postal Service (USPS) Parcel Post on 26 May 2020. It arrived on 2 Jul 2020, 37 days later. It was beautifully done. A treasure.

    It traveled about 45 miles, including over a state line. She mailed the same package via the same method to several family members that were in various other corners of the country, all more than a thousand miles away. They got theirs about 2 weeks before I got mine.

    I once rode my bicycle 45 miles solo. It only took about 5 hours. 😉

    https://theconservativetreehouse.com/2020/08/04/august-4th-2020-presidential-politics-trump-administration-day-1293/comment-page-2/#comment-8571081

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  17. anthony dincecco says:

    DID YOU EXPECT ANY DIFFERENT FROM THIS TWO FACE SOB… HE HAS BEEN LIKE THAT HIS WHOLE LIFE..!

    1!

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  18. amwick says:

    I am a simple minded person… I see a world of hurt coming with the mail in votes.. but.. what is worse, I wonder about how it will impact the Electoral College. That is the group that actually elects our president.. So I did some reading…

    The EC meets the first Monday after the second Wednesday in December. If no candidate has 270 EC votes, the House elects the President. Think about that. If the vote, the one that you and I participate in, if that is totally messed up, then the EC cannot assign their votes. If that happens, will the House elect the President?… I truly hope I am missing something.. Then again, that could be part of the plan. The actual vote gets totally mixed up, and the House elects the President??
    SMH

    There is a ton of info out there on the EC… this is what I looked at..
    https://www.thoughtco.com/how-the-us-electoral-college-works-3322061

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    • icthematrix says:

      The Dims are creating multiple scenarios and methods to steal a victory in November….basically “6 ways from Sunday“ 😡

      Liked by 3 people

    • stakan says:

      Yes that is one plan. Delay, chaos, no result, then Congress votes acting president. But which Congress? Wouldn’t a new House have to be seated by early Jan? And if those votes are delayed too, are they legit? And if Senate results are delayed, do they use only the 67 Senators not running this term?

      Another plan – media just declares Biden the winner, no matter what, blasts it everywhere, social tech giants block Repubs from any countering views or data, chaos ensues.

      Wouldn’t put any of it past this crowd.

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    • Rileytrips says:

      That would be Monday, December 14th.

      One would think that 4 weeks after the November election all the votes would be counted. In a normal world, that is.

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  19. paulashley says:

    “Mailed-in voting has been used in a lot of places for a long time …” – John Thune

    What? In the U.S.? Where exactly? You do understand that mail-in voting is not absentee voting, don’t you? Don’t you?

    What. A. Putz. With friends like these…

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    • lolli says:

      Yep. They do understand. They just think we don’t.

      Liked by 2 people

    • stakan says:

      deliberate obfuscation

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    • Emily Summer says:

      Oregon has had mail in voting for years. Not absentee. All registered voters got the ballot in the mail and sent it back to the county clerk by election day, Weeks before the election we got booklets explaining pros and cons of every measure and candidate. It is my understanding that Washington state votes by mail, also. Secret envelopes are signed and signatures are matched against voter registration cards at county clerk.

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      • paulashley says:

        Thanks for the information on those two states. I highly doubt the protections in place are what the Democrats have in mind. I also doubt that having amateurs match signatures is an adequate safeguard against fraud. If any state I lived in contemplated such a scheme I’d oppose it. And hearing a Republican use insane Oregon and Washington as models, even if not calling them by name, does not inspire confidence in that person’s conservative bona fides.

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        • lady4trump says:

          Do people really think signatures on the Absentee Ballot are checked against the signature I signed when I provided years ago? I don’t believe that for one second. I’ve voted Absentee for years now, and the recently found discarded ballots in various states makes me wonder if my Absentee Ballots were ever even counted. Or did they arrive at their destination AT ALL?
          We are now a country full of ignorant people (schooled here) and 3rd worlders who don’t know how to read and write even in their native language. What could go wrong? No, What COULD GO RIGHT!

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          • paulashley says:

            As an army brat, I’ve always been concerned about service members’ absentee ballots being counted or arriving on time. We don’t need to magnify what’s already a problem.

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  20. StanH says:

    I do hate these swamp rat bast_ards! Before I finished reading this abomination I emailed my swamp rats and I’ll be on the phone first thing Monday. Perhaps it’s getting time to reclaim our nations capital set up the mother of all “peaceful protest” especially on K-Street the nexus for all of this anti-American crap. Gather tar, feathers and rails on the trip as we bivouac by the millions on the Mall and surrounding areas.

    Though the Republicans have earned the moniker of “the stupid party” this isn’t stupid this is overt and in our face. They intend to insert B=B=B=Biden in the oval office and finish off the USA.

    Somebody mentioned the “spark” that ignites the productive, God fearing, flag waving Americans to act and this would do it!

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  21. Dana Christianson says:

    Notice How Thune, Blunt & Barrasso Follow So Closely Behind The “Turtleman” Whenever He Approaches A Microphone? I Can Just Imagine “Bubble-Boy” Rubio Joining The Conga-Line Here Pretty Soon And You Will Have The Rhino “Human-Centipede”.. I Hope These Brown-Nosing Buffoons Get Buried-Alive By The Trump Landslide!….

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  22. I’ll repeat it again, one last time.

    So long as Washington DC exists, this nation will fall, if it hasn’t already. Guaranteed. The tree of liberty is dead. Nobody wanted to feed it. NOBODY.

    Where is our organization? Where is the militia?

    I am almost certain that we have already lost our republic. It’s over. Outside of President Trump, no-one wants to fight for it.

    I see people going through legal channels, and pointing out crimes of governance. But these systems are corrupt. So why bother? They bother because it is easier than fighting them, head on.

    It is easier for us to think of Trump as “superman”, and give him abilities he doesn’t have. That way, we don’t have to feel obliged to do something ourselves. “Trump has got this”, we keep telling ourselves. Just like with Sessions, and the “trust the plan” mantra. Real fighting, real sacrifice, was something other generations before did. We are only fit for grandstanding on the achievements of braver people from a time now gone.

    It is no longer the land of the free, because there are no brave republicans left.

    I am finished with the conservatives of this nation. What a poor investment of my emotions. Pathetic bunch of beta boys who yap a lot, but never have any bite.

    I am in DC. Alone. I didn’t expect it to be any different. But at least it has confirmed what I suspected. Conservative voters in this country are their own worse enemy. Lazy. Comfortable. Scared. Solitary. Divided. Weak. And you all know it. Why aren’t we outside the RINO’s homes, guns and gasoline in hand, in our thousands, doing to the RINOs what they have unleashed in Portland? I know why. You know why. It’s all rhetorical.

    My God, you even thought Sundance was going to sort out DC, alone, on his own. Ha. Just one man, again. And everybody just sits back, not wanting to get involved. You talk of civil war, not realizing that it is almost over before you have acknowledged it has started.

    I am in DC. Where are you?

    But it’s not just the CTH. It’s the whole nation. The Gateway Pundit. Redstate. Breibart. Citizen Free Press. All of them. Keyboard warriors who want nothing to do with getting their hands dirty. They like titles, and dinner parties and comfort, and rubbing shoulders. But they don’t like getting in other people’s faces, the RINO’s faces, and threatening them with what they deserve. Instead we point fingers at the democrats. Really, ask yourself why WE aren’t outside John Thune’s home, in the hundreds of thousands, with gasoline and guns at hand? Unless they feel the heat, literally, why would they behave any differently.

    But we focus on the democrats, and ignore the RINOs. God we are so ineffective. And by the way, they are almost ALL RINOs. A few aren’t, but I can count them on one hand.

    We are permanently shocked, saddened, outraged, and disgusted. But it is all projection, and we are actually just disgusted at our own impotence.

    I am out. You’re an uninspiring lot of do nothings, with not an ounce of fight in you. The nation has fallen. You only have yourselves to blame.

    I am in DC. Where are you? Fishing?

    The reason I am out, is because it is very clear that this is the case for everybody else. You are no better than the RINOs that you yourselves go out and vote for. When people stop listening to what people say, and start looking at what they do, a clearer picture emerges.

    Down vote me, ban me, whatever. Who cares. I don’t. Not anymore. My facts remain hardened in stone. As long as you keep expecting everyone else to do the heavy lifting for you, this movement is over. No-one wants to take the risks, or to put anything on the line. Nothing. What a disappointment.

    Maybe you can fire off a few harshly worded letters. That will scare them. Say what you want about Antifa, but as of today, there is more to respect about them, than there is of the conservatives. Brainwashed and mentally ill as they maybe, they are prepared to risk themselves, they are organized, and in people’s faces. As of today, there is more to respect about them, than there is of the conservative republican movement. Much more.

    As of today, I am walking away from this great big talking shop.

    God it feels good.

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    • A Fortified City says:

      Well, you’re right. It’s a sad sad bitter realization But the men who fought for independence and secured our freedom they are not here anymore. That kind of grit has been replaced by comfort and ease …. but you know what I’m an old man now but if someone were to rise and lead a true rebellion I joined up in a heartbeat

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    • A Fortified City says:

      Well, you’re right. It’s a sad sad bitter realization But the men who fought for independence and secured our freedom they are not here anymore. That kind of grit has been replaced by comfort and ease …. but you know what I’m an old man now but if someone were to rise and lead a true rebellion I joined up in a heartbeat

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    • usmclt says:

      There was a lot of talk and rhetoric preceding the American Revolution as well. I post comments as a form of catharsis, learning from other commenters as I would hope that they might learn something from me.
      As for actively protesting, conservatives understand a couple of facts. First, there is no billionaire out there willing to pay us to protest. We left our parents’ basements as teenagers and quickly learned to support ourselves. And supporting oneself generally requires one to work FULLTIME. The second fact that we understand all too well is that the multi-tiered system of justice in this country is extremely biased against conservatives. These two interrelated facts tend to dampen most conservative activism.
      Make no mistake, when things get bad enough, we will ditch our keyboards, grab our ARs and deal with the problems at hand.

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    • Tl Howard says:

      We were warned by many early in our history that concentration of power was anathema to a democratic republic.

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    • Bud White says:

      This guy gets it.

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    • When you get done blaming everyone else in the nation and decide to actually think about what went wrong in your own little world, that is when you will finally see that all this time, it was YOU.

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  23. usmclt says:

    What in the hell good is holding the Senate majority with these cretins in charge? Confirming judges? Really? What do we really know about the judges they have confirmed so far? Are they anything like John Roberts? If so, refer back to my first question.

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  24. Will Hunt says:

    Here is “Senator” Thune’s contact email url:
    https://www.thune.senate.gov/public/index.cfm/contact
    Take a minute to tell him what you think.

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  25. Gunner says:

    And yet one more example of the gutless cowards known as the GOP (ok, not all, but most of them).

    Keep our president in the White House for another term…he just may succeed in sending these bastards back where they came from.

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  26. DefenderOfTroyDonahue says:

    Just look at that lineup behind Mitch … Fightin’ Roy Blunt … Bulldog John Thune … Battlin’ John Cornyn … Scary John Barrasso … how can we possibly lose with those valiant fighters on our side?

    I love our Senate leadership!

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  27. islandpalmtrees says:

    Here is another, Junior Senator Tom Cotton (Ark.) invited to attend a meeting to Stop Trump with Mitch McConnell. But this one is especially corrupt. Member of the SSCI, supported current CIA director and the list goes on.

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  28. Merkin Muffley says:

    Notice this coward isn’t up for reelection this year.

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  29. Tl Howard says:

    Sundance’s red haired woman is expecting that storm to land soon.

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  30. redroostertail2003 says:

    It’s just like Sundance always says, ” there’s only 1 party in DC, the uniparty” and also ” The big club and you’re not in it” the swamp is trying to protect itself!!

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  31. atomichillbilly says:

    Megalomaniac control freaks who can’t even control themselves…..

    Do they really think the controlled “chaos” that will befall their world under Trump2 would be preferable to the uncontrollable chaos they will suffer after an obviously rigged election?

    Stupidity? Or malfeasance?

    In either case, they must be removed from our institutions. They aren’t protecting anything but their crooked selves.

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  32. It's 5 O'clock Somewhere says:

    Just sent my email to senator Skeletor….i am urging all Treepers to flood that SOB’s in box.
    He is truly one disgusting turd here in SD.

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  33. trump has said this with regard to vote by mail.
    mailed-in balloting will lead to a “rigged election” and “massive voter fraud,”
    trump also tweeted this in early august. (hello broward county)
    Whether you call it Vote by Mail or Absentee Voting, in Florida the election system is Safe and Secure, Tried and True. Florida’s Voting system has been cleaned up (we defeated Democrats attempts at change), so in Florida I encourage all to request a Ballot & Vote by Mail!
    so the senate leadership accepted trump encouragement. they are only doing what trump wants done.

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  34. JCM800 says:

    Never Forget Traitor Paul Ryan.

    Actively endorsing importing more Muslim Terrorists disguised as Syrian refugees, with full knowledge that zero background checks could be done from the War Zone they came from.
    Happy to force US Taxpayers to fully fund these parasites and their offspring.

    Ryan, was not threatened at the polls, yet he left one of the Most Powerful and Coveted positions in DC.
    That screams of Guilt more than a desire to make more money in the Private Sector.
    May he find no escape for his Betrayal of American Citizens.

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  35. John Drake says:

    ‘Mail-In Ballots’ are often found in trunks of Democrats cars, in boxes long after the election is over, or in dumpsters. Sometimes they’re found in a completely different State or lost in some corner of a Post Office…and many are never even received by their intended recipients.

    I’m not talking about a few hundred or even a thousand…I’m talking MILLIONS…

    BCNU…

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  36. CopperTop says:

    I have an inside line long shot none are mentioning: Just a couple of quotes.

    I had him pegged a long time ago as a plotter and the source of the insertion of the Flynn DNI page in the Buzz Feed copy. He needed a handler form Kansas in my opinion. And wouldn’t ya know it before he was SOS …Kansas was in the ‘handling’ business.

    “Dan Coats is a friend, former colleague and patriot who has served Indiana and our nation honorably, twice as a senator and once as ambassador to Germany, one of our most important allies. For the last six years Dan and I worked together on the Senate Intelligence Committee, where he’s been a leader in urging the Obama Administration to go after those responsible for damaging leaks of classified information and demonstrated a thorough understanding of the serious threats posed by the likes of Russia, Iran, and radical Islamic terrorism. I know Dan cares deeply about the men and women of our intelligence community, and I look forward to working closely with him to ensure the Office of the Director of National Intelligence is properly contributing to their broader efforts, and to the security of the American people.”

    “I strongly support the naming of Elliott Abrams as U.S. Special Envoy for Venezuela. While the road to Venezuela’s full reconstruction will contain challenges for all of us, Abrams is a tough and experienced foreign policy expert with knowledge of the region and a long history supporting democracy, human rights, and the national interest of the United States.”

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  37. liberallyconservative says:

    Half a million incorrect absentee ballot applications sent across Virginia, including to dead people
    https://justthenews.com/politics-policy/elections/virginia-absentee-ballot-applications-sent-dead-people-and-wrong

    So much for mail-in-ballots. Thune, one more RINO in the GOPe Swamp Parade!!

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  38. Nowut Ameen says:

    The time to do this would be between Nationwide elections rather than a mere 2.5 months beforehand. That is not enough time for planning, equipping, hiring, training. Just because Jurisdiction A does mailed ballots for its local elections, does not mean you can just copy what they do and it work.

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  39. numbersixdance says:

    Thune’s an empty suit…a POS…one who seeks out the camera at every opportunity. He has been i Congress for nearly 20 years…I’m sure he’s been corrupted. And his latest action confirms my analysis.

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  40. Larry Sorenson says:

    Here in Maricopa County, Arizona we had 99 poling locations that were open for days. Trained poll workers and volunteer observers from both parties manned the stations almost twelve hours a day. This amounted to over 2,000 workers focusing only on proceedings at their polling stations. When the voting was complete the last act of these highly trained and dedicated folks was to take the little computer box with the only tally records downtown to the Recorders office. How is it then that 9 locatoons or almost 10% of the polling place captains “forgot” to take them to the Recorders office. Yep, that’s right, forgot. Thus the chain of custody was broken for over 10 hours. There were over 100,000 ballots in this group. Several races were decided by fewer than 500 votes. But the recorder has said that the process was smooth as silk and a triumph of organization and management.

    The mail in ballot success relies on each voter getting his ballot. Without accurate voter lists ballots will be sent to folks who may be gone. These may fall into the hands of folks with a motive to cheat somehow. Without 100% accurate coordination between the postal system and the Recorder the mailings will not be accurate. And once the ballots hit the post office the chain of custody becomes tainted, going and coming.

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  41. Rea1ityCheck says:

    Hope everyone’s watching Beirut today. Hundreds of thousands at all the government buildings, armed and with nooses strung up. Bullhorns giving their swamp the choice: Resign or Hang now. Last chance to peacefully transfer power.

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  42. qbfikwk7tw says:

    Cold white anger? I am at the seething point!

    Time to take ACTION. That action? Expose the bank accounts of every sitting Senators and Representatives. Both parties. Too many members are in the Swamp

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  43. Kulak69 says:

    We did the absentee ballot thing in the Armed Forces when deployed. Even that had some weird issues, whenever O-bummer was up for election – go figure. This mail-in thing appears much more susceptible in every way.

    Meanwhile, watch the other hand; as in covert voter manipulations by Big Tech, testified by Dr. Robert Epstein to Sen. Ted Cruz (SD-226, 16jul19) regarding Google:

    How low can you go? We’re gonna find out.

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  44. Jeffrey Coley says:

    The key thing about mail in voting, if it is to work, is this: All ballots must be RECEIVED by election day, not merely POSTMARKED and then allowed to trickle in over the next 3 weeks.

    We all know, the reason for allowing 3 weeks is once the Democrats know how many votes they need they have 3 weeks to find them. And anyone who tells you postmarks will not be faked – or that unmailed, unpostmarked ballots “found” weeks after the election won’t be counted – is a fool

    The Democrats and the UniParty aren’t leaving ANYTHING to chance. If Trump wins on Nov. 3, they’ll have until Nov. 24 to erase the victory.

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  45. Nobama says:

    Thune is another RINO Pos anti-Trumper. Just like Ryan, McCain McConnell and Mccarthy. I dispise them all.

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  46. Chbeyer says:

    Mitt Romney supports mail in ballots as well. There are at least 10 Republicans in the senate who hate Trump and don’t want him re-elected. Several of these RINOS are globalists who want open borders. I believe McConnell is one of them.

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  47. BiovizierMantrid says:

    After weeks of concern, I finally found an expected $10,000 government-issued check in the overstuffed mailbox of the empty house next door. If the USPS can’t be relied on for that, how, pray tell, could they be trusted with delivering the results of an election?

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