September 16th – 2020 Presidential Politics – Trump Administration Day #1336

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755 Responses to September 16th – 2020 Presidential Politics – Trump Administration Day #1336

  1. TrumpPatriot says:

    I read where the tape someone made of the cringe worthy moments was removed from you tube.
    When I looked at this still photo of one of those moments it makes me uncomfortable again as well. There were so many of the children who leaned away from the attention, as if instinctively they sensed evil.

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  2. Jase says:

    I’ve see a lot of criticism of the President- from conservatives- about his doing the ABC town hall.
    I don’t agree with the criticism because 1; he showed independents and soft Dems he isn’t afraid to front up, 2; he did it on a day when historic Middle East peace deals were signed (nifty scheduling coincidence) so any possible issues from the Townhall would struggle for airtime, 3; he probably had to do at least 1 and it is out of the early in the election run-in and 4; it piles pressure on Obiden to follow suit, with the same format.
    Sure, Obiden will probably do one of his zoom town halls, with carefully scripted questions, but that will just make the contrast all the more stark. I think POTUS smells blood and He’s eyeing off the crippled wildebeest that is Joe’s campaign for an early kill.

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    • Nepanyrush says:

      Despite the “moderator’s” best efforts to undermine and confront him, President Trump did a remarkably good job to address all the misinformation being put out by the Biden ads in the state.

      Most remarkable was the President’s response to the woman who was upset that the President had, in her words, called solders losers. That is right from a Biden ad playing all over our state, based on the fake Atlantic story. President Trump made it very clear that never happened, citing all those who backed him up and showing disdain about the Biden ad.

      When George tried to interject about McCain and Mattis and Kelly and Bolton, and that one of those called him dangerous and unfit to be President, our Commander in Chief did a very strong defense of why he fired Mattis, about the President not wanting war and blood in the sand, and he was bring soldiers home, and finally ended with the historic peace treaties. It was so remarkable it even shut George up and they went to a break.

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    • ivehadit says:

      Any conservative criticizing this BRILLIANT PRESIDENT needs to remember: He beat every conservative opponent. 16 of ’em. The fact is, those critical conservatives are full of fear and could not handle most situations (read: WIN) like this president. WHEN will they LEARN that he knows what he is doing? ICYMI, he takes calculated risks to WIN.

      As Sundance said recently, Donald Trump is one of the most “tuned in” presidents ever, who can read the American public better than anyone. (paraphrasing)
      How many are jealous?

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      • thedoc00 says:

        “Conservatives” and “Rand Paul Libertarians” need to awaken from their delusional funk. There are no longer any political party’s or notions. There are those who govern and those who wallow in self aggrandizement from the balcony. President Trump and (gag) the DNC sponsored puppets are the embodiment of that concept. The choice of the voters is now, “how do I want to be governed?”

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  3. citizen817 says:

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    • JoAnn Leichliter says:

      Thanks, Citizen817.

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    • Eagle Driver says:

      VERY GOOD ARTICLE along with the Historical Perspective going back to Woodrow Wilson and 1919…Kudos Citizen817!!!!!

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      • Good_heavens_are_you_still_trying_to_win says:

        Yes, it seems that “Unconditional MFN” has been an equally handy doctrine for puffing up the Chicoms industrial power as it was for post-WW1 Nazi Germany. Maybe it’s just a coincidence …


    • gsonFIT says:



    • Tornorosa says:

      Thanks citizen817
      “America’s simple average MFN-bound tariff rests at just 3.4 percent, the lowest of any GATT nation. Japan is at 4.5 percent, the EU at 5 percent, Canada at 6.6 percent. Countries that were able to sit back while the big players negotiated away their tariffs have not chosen to unilaterally lower them. South Korea rests at 16.5 percent, the Philippines at 25.7 percent, Thailand at 28 percent, Turkey at 29.9 percent, Peru at 29 percent, Brazil at 31.4 percent, Argentina at 31.8 percent, Mexico at 36.2 percent, Indonesia at 37.1 percent, India at 48.5 percent, and Pakistan at 69.90 percent. The reality is even worse than this, because many developing countries haven’t even agreed to ‘bound’ all their tariffs, meaning despite being GATT signatories, they can charge anything they want on their unbound tariff lines.”
      I had no idea how high other countries tariffs on our products are, while we just charge 3.4% on theirs. That’s a huge headwind for our mfg sector to overcome. Lighthizer’s proposals make so much common sense and de-mystify this crap.

      And if it doesn’t work out President Trump can go with his plan for reciprocal tariffs. Charge them what they charge us. The Globalists have been using this stealth trick to weaken the US since after WWI.

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  4. citizen817 says:

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  5. Sue says:

    Thank you, President Trump, for being the peace president. In the 60’s the Dems were the anti war party. Now they are complaining about the Abraham Accord and troop drawdowns from sh**hole countries. Come over to the intellectually honest side, aging hippies. Your party has left you. In the immortal words of John and Yoko, “All we are sayyyyying …is give peace (Trump) a chance.”

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  6. nwtex says:

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    • Eagle Driver says:

      DeBlasio is an A$$…Just sayin’…Destroying NYC to appease certain ones…Guy needs a lesson in LEADERSHIP!!!!!!

      Liked by 1 person

    • old sneakers says:

      DeBlasio is mentally ill and apparently has been most of his life. He was born Warren Wilhelm Jr, not Bill de Blasio. He is married to what appears to be a black homeless crack addict. He spent many years in central America causing trouble and getting people killed in the name of communism. Most of his Mayoral directives have been bizarre if not outright insane. If New Yorker’s can’t find anything better to do with their mentally ill than put them in elected office, well so be it, most of us have ZERO sympathy for anything New York anymore, and I doubt that will ever change, your brand is ruined, it won’t be back…idiots

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  7. nwtex says:

    Biden Makes No Sense in Florida Roundtable Event, Rambles About the Second Floor of the Ladies Department
    September 15, 2020 at 5:46pm

    Sitting 4 miles from the next person yet has his muzzle on. 🤔

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  8. nwtex says:

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  9. nwtex says:

    Milwaukee Trump Supporter Arrested for Brandishing a Gun at Black Lives Matter Mob That Was Surrounding His Home (VIDEO)
    September 15, 2020

    Several videos. I don’t think I would ever venture out of my house again. Scary.

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  10. nwtex says:

    Subversion all around me. I do NOT like it!

    Snapchat’s get-out-the-vote campaign has pulled in over 400,000 new voters

    Some 57 percent are 18 to 24, a demographic notorious for poor voter turnout

    Snapchat is launching voting PSAs with Barack Obama, Snoop Dogg and others

    Snapchat registered 450,000 new voters before the 2018 midterms

    Last year 57 percent of those who registered in the app actually voted

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  11. Nepanyrush says:

    I loved President Trump last night at the ABC town hall. And he did well dealing with the question on Obamacare sharing that he got rid of the unpopular individual mandate, kept the coverage of pre-existing conditions, but decided to run the system better than Obama rather than let it die of its own inherent problems.

    But I hope that in the future, when he gets questions on Obamacare, he gives specifics on why it is such a horrible system, because Biden will praise it. The problems, from my horrible experience, are:
    1. For the first time ever, you can only sign up for health insurance in a specific, and narrow, time period, or you can’t get coverage the rest of the year. If you don’t have money at that time, but will later in the area, tough luck.
    2. It fosters trying to NOT work any extra, and not have your children work so that you can stay within the affordable prices. Imagine telling your kids not to take a job because you cannot afford them to.
    3. The prices skyrocketed, with high deductibles and premiums.
    4. The plans are so limited that in some states only one insurance company stayed in the system.
    5. The basic way it works to get people covered is not lower prices, but just make it mandatory that everyone purchase health insurance.
    6. And, yes, the limited plans mean you may be stuck with one your doctor does not honor and you have to go to another doctor (this was covered by President Trump in the town hall).

    People need to be reminded about Obamacare, not just that it was “horrible,” but why it was so horrible.

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  12. Ausonius says:

    Biased reporting today on ABC/FOX local news:

    President says he ‘up-played’ the virus, despite recorded comments of him saying he ‘downplayed’ it.

    i.e. President Trump is a liar.

    Context is everything: President Trump clearly said at the town hall that he “up-played the virus in terms of action.

    Perhaps the president is too subtle for his opponents at times.

    How was he downplaying the disease with a press conference about it almost every day in mid-March and beyond?

    MORONS! The bus to Moronville is leaving!

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  13. Troublemaker10 says:

    Hell’s bells. It’s worse than we even thought.

    Liked by 12 people

    • Mariposa323 says:

      Seriously , between military deep state collision and this color revolution , no wonder they don’t care who is really winning in the polls. They simply will make everything up , cheat at the polls , blame Trump and then remove him with the military . We need to pray against this man Norm Eisen BY NAME !

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    • Patience says:

      Thanks for posting this.

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    • Sherri Young says:

      That tweet video is only the start of one of the most important threads I have seen in the last 4 years. The Columbia Bugle has put together easily understandable documentation of the color revolution that has been underway since Trump won the election.

      Until now, Andy Ngo has been the only person I have noticed to have repeatedly use the term “color revolution” to explain what is happening in our country (and beyond). He used the term during his interview with Joe Rogan over a year ago.

      I’m posting the Tucker interview again in order to try to link to the entire thread. This is big, big stuff. If this does not pull a way to the whole thread, it can be found on Twitter on @ColumbiaBugle.

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      • isn’t Eisen one of the lawfare guys in the pic SD uses… on the elevator… the one I fantasize rolling the grenade in just as the door is closing every time he posts it?
        that one?


      • icthematrix says:

        Outstanding article, deep research and intel, a must read and study. Send it to those who think and analyze deeply, but send the Tucker interview to most who can only watch a segment. This IS THE DEEP STATE WITH THE COVERS PULLED BACK.

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    • Bubby says:

      FTA ” Indeed, one former senior state department official has told Revolver News that Kent is a “color revolution expert” — a designation that has been corroborated to Revolver by two current senior State Department sources….What is relevant is that the State Department’s preferred candidate did not win, and the State Department, with the help of its constellation of friendly NGOs, helped to facilitate the overthrow of Yanukovych by contesting the legitimacy of the election, organizing mass protests and acts of civil disobedience, and leveraging media contacts to ensure favorable coverage to their agenda in the Western press — all tactics eerily similar to those used against President Trump beginning the day after he was elected.”

      Read the whole thread it’s frightening what the leftists have planned! What’s our plan to stop them? The coup d’etat continues unabated!

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      • teabag14 says:

        We can only hope that if we know it, PDJT knows it, and he has a plan that he very wisely does not reveal. Personally, I’ve been waiting waiting waiting for the hounds to be released. Surely PDJT isn’t going to maintain this genteel, forgiving, seemingly unknowing, reasonable posture throughout the remainder of time leading up to the election? 🤷‍♀️

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    • TrumpPatriot says:

      Beck has been saying this as well. Know some of you have no use for him, but it is the only thing on my radio. I am intelligent enough to discern chaff from wheat… do not lecture me.

      At any rate…he has been supporting….on a platform none of us have, the same things we agree on. I believe he is doing a show tonight on what is called a “color revolution”.

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    • Cole says:

      It’s happened in Egypt and Ukraine.

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    • If we actually had a functioning DOJ these people would be thrown in jail without bail for trying to overthrow the government.

      RICO/sedition/treason/Conspiracy to overthrow the government

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    • WIVoter says:

      The best part of that interview Tucker Carlson had last night was the fact Tucker let his guest speak and didn’t interrupt him.


  14. henry says:

    Wonder if daBozio has gotten him a room at one of the ritzy hotels the homeless and junkies are staying at?

    Maybe he’s now a part of the citizens patrol group?

    State prison officials put a reputed MS-13 gang member back on the streets — even though the feds wanted him held on a murder charge that carries the death penalty, The Post has learned.

    Ever Morales-Lopez, 26, was granted early parole for a 2018 conspiracy conviction on Long Island and released from the medium-security Washington Correctional Facility in Comstock on Sept. 3, records show.

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  15. amwick says:

    I thought about this for a while.. and the more I think, the more ticked off I get..

    Liked by 6 people

  16. nwtex says:

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  17. nwtex says:

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    • gsonFIT says:

      I realize she has gotten older, and I never thought she was a “model” type beauty. But I always thought this women to be beautiful. Mostly stunning, but simply beautiful. It is so insightful to me how ugly someone becomes on the outside once a lack of inner beauty is exposed.

      I dont think it is in the eyes of the beholder either.

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  18. jim says:

    Last evening Sundance posted a tweet that was picked up by Doug Ross. You can see the tweet at the link; it’s #13 on the list.

    “Serious… this is not a spoof. This is the current status of Joe Biden’s Latino “enthusiasm” rally tonight”

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  19. burnett044 says:

    and the beat goes on…ff thru this vid…..notice which cities are active in this….

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  20. spoogels says:

    H I L A R I O U S!!!!

    ‘I want to breathe your neck slowly’: Joe Biden plays ‘Despacito’ on stage and gets mocked for it

    One person pointed out the English translation in response, which LyricsFreak says translates as such:

    I want to breathe your neck slowly
    Let me tell you things in your ears
    So that you remember when you’re not with me
    I want to undress you with kisses slowly
    Sign the walls of your labryinth
    And make your whole body a manuscript

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  21. burnett044 says:

    4 times a week this guy and crew travel in Fla…having fun supporting PT….

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  22. henry says:

    Why would you let someone who hung out with a pedophile vaccinate your kids?

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  23. nwtex says:

    Death threats against his family! What is wrong with people.

    Caputo apologizes to HHS staff, signals desire for medical leave

    Caputo told staffers that his series of false accusations on Facebook Live this weekend — which included unfounded allegations that the Centers for Disease Control was harboring a “resistance unit” — reflected poorly on HHS’ communications office. He blamed his recent behavior on a combination of physical health issues and the toll of fielding death threats against his family…

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  24. Mortimer says:

    What is the latest status on Sundances effort to light a fire u8nder Barr and Durham?

    Maybe a missed a comment directly from Sundance in the past week or two, but I’ve seen nothing mentioned since he talked with that lead investigator.

    I hope Sundance has not thrown in the towel. In fact, I’ll be shocked if he has.

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  25. SJM says:

    Trump vs. The Military Industrial Complex: Military Coup Danger Escalates
    By Matthew Ehret for the Saker Blog

    At this week’s Labor Day conference, President Trump threw down the gauntlet in opposition to the Anglo American military industrial complex when both inspired hope in many onlookers that the age of America’s “endless wars” might finally come to an end, but also fear that an emergence Military Coup danger was nigh. This danger was enunciated by State Senator Richard Black (a former Colonel and intelligence officer) during a September 5 conference.

    In his powerful speech which won the ire of top Pentagon brass, Trump called for finally bringing America’s troops home, and ending the “endless wars” saying:

    “I’m not saying the military is in love with me; the soldiers are. The top people in the Pentagon probably aren’t, because they want to do nothing but fight wars so that all of those wonderful companies that make the bombs, and make the planes, and make everything else, stay happy. But we’re getting out of the endless wars…. Let’s bring our soldiers back home.”

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  26. henry says:

    Really would like to take a look at that donor list….

    Liked by 4 people

  27. henry says:

    Instead of critical racial theory, the CDC should go back to freshman English and learn how to proof read.

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  28. bertdilbert says:

    My favorite uplifting video of the day.

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  29. ohnoyoudonot says:

    Huge income gains in 2019.

    Real median household in 2019 increased $4,379 over 2018, 6.8%. More income growth in one year than in 8 years of Obama-Biden.

    Click to access p60-270.pdf

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  30. CM-TX says:


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  31. wtd says:

    It’s irrelevant. Kamala Harris is the candidate. Biden is a husk.
    Biden says “Harris-Biden administration.” Wow.

    “A Harris Administration… together with Joe Biden”
    They’re saying the quiet part out loud again…

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    • Sherri Young says:

      I would bet that was not a slip because Joe probably was reading off a teleprompter.

      Liked by 2 people

      • henry says:

        I’m wondering when they will pull Joe and put Bernie in?

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        • Sherri Young says:

          Unless they get desperate, I think they’ll leave Joe in the race. We’ll have a better idea when we see if Obama gets heavily involved in the campaign. That way, Dems can imagine that Obama will be a puppet master and they are in on the plan. It also lets the Democratic Socialists assume that Bernie is the real force.

          Uncertainty is good for the campaign.


          • icthematrix says:

            Absolutely NOT A SLIP OR GAFF. This is a message they are sending to their base that is getting shaky watching Pops crumble. Per Tammy Bruce: “ She’s reading her comments. There’s an argument this wasn’t a faux pas, but a rather transparent effort to confirm to voters that their obviously incapable nominee is a Trojan Horse. Their delusion is that voters would be OK w an admission that Dems are resorting to fraud.”

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  32. DeWalt says:

    Our government needs to get draconian with these terrorists vermin. Ask any Spec Ops soldier, many who now work as Federal agents, and the will tell you they can stop this.

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  33. Bogeyfree says:

    So when 9/11 happened does anyone think we didn’t use the NSA database to trace potential hostile communications?

    So how is a potential intentional deadly virus any different?

    And for that matter how is a coup on a sitting President and this Republic any different?

    All of these are issues of National Security. It is why we collect all these communications in the first place.

    My point is if you want to prove various groups and people planned and carried out this virus hit and this coup, all PT has to do is get a loyal team to purge 24/7 the NSA database from the summer of 2019 through Feb 2020 and IMO they WILL find communications of people planning and leveraging much of this.

    And for that matter the NSA has ALL of the texts and emails from the 30 wiped phones according to NSA designer, Bill Binney.

    The real question IMO is who is keeping or advising PT from using the NSA database to expose these perpetrators?

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    • RAC says:

      If they destroyed official records (gov phone), is that not a crime in itself, and if it is why can’t they just get a search warrant ?

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      • Bogeyfree says:

        Where are our math whizzes?

        I want to know the probability of……….

        31 phones, all by people involved on the same team, who all accidentally wipe their phones, especially now that we know just how difficult and how long it takes to wipe a phone “accidentally.”

        This single act IMO is total justification for Barr and Durham to get from the NSA those accidentally deleted emails and texts.

        The real question is will they?

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  34. Ospreyzone says:

    Lawfare Democrats are executiong a “Color Revolution” to overturn this election. This is exactly how our intel agencies attack eastern European leaders they disapprove of.
    “…six ways to Sunday…”

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  35. dawg says:

    To this notion that the Presidential race is just a distraction from the real goal of the Dems of stealing the House and the Senate, I say this…..

    Donald Trump won 2016 by winning the blue wall and he won those states by 23k votes in Wisconsin, and 11k votes in Michigan, and 44k votes in Pennsylvania.

    So 77,000 votes out of 127,000,000.

    That is .06% of all votes.

    It would have only taken HALF of that number of votes going the other way to put the respective state in limbo and thus, the entire country.

    Not only is it possible to steal a Presidency, I submit its easy, especially considering the mail-in voting they are pushing.

    So why WOULDNT they try to steal the Presidency? Besides, who exactly is being “distracted” from House and Senate races?

    After ALL we have seen the Dems do the last four years, you think they are just going to try to target specific House and Senate races in certain locations around the country???

    They do that every 2 years anyway.

    I think that mindset is a massive and dangerous underestimation of our enemy.

    We are living in a time of unprecedented government control, virtual martial law in some states, due to the WuHoax. Unprecedented in so many ways. Societies havent “quarantined” healthy people in almost 1000 years! We are under a full court press, and sometimes you need to take a look from 30k feet to see it.

    What do you think THIS is all about??? This whole pandemic that was planned and now being dragged out beyond belief?

    It is ALL about Donald J Trump.

    To think that after all this, that the powers that be are NOT going to try to steal the presidential election away from the single largest threat to the worldwide swamp is unbelievably short-sighted, in my opinion.

    I dont care if Trump is leading by 20 points in every swing state, there WILL be an unprecedented amount of voter fraud in this Presidential election, dead and fake votes for Biden, and votes for Trump being destroyed, and so there is no room for complacency or even a suggestion that they arent going to try to steal the Presidency from Trump, and Us.

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    • Publius2016 says:

      45 has called us to Vote by mail and on Election Day follow our Vote!

      If you get to precinct and nothing is listed, VOTE!!

      America First is WINNING 9 out of 10 Americans…its not even close!!!

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      • Nepanyrush says:

        I am skeptical about that voting maneuver. In Georgia, 1,000 people are being prosecuted for voting twice in the June primary–once via absentee and once in person.

        If you show up at the polls and someone asks you, did you vote already via mail, and you say you mailed it in, I expect you will be turned away. I doubt they have records in the polling stations of who mailed ballots, particularly since they may not have yet arrived or been processed.

        In fact, I think our election inspectors should ask everyone if they voted already by mail. it is the Democrats most likely to vote twice.

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        • lackawaxen123 says:

          they don’t count the mail in votes early they mark your vote as having been submitted … and yes the local precinct has this information … in Pa once you request a mail in vote you are blocked from voting in person …
          it may be harder to cheat with mail in votes (in most states) which are tracked and identified by person compared to anonymous ballots at a precinct where someone “finds” a bunch of ballots with no names or identification as too who voted …


    • bertdilbert says:

      “So 77,000 votes out of 127,000,000.”

      I think that is a misuse of math. If you are talking about 3 states, you should use the vote totals from those 3 states. When I see misuse of math in the beginning of a post, I am disinclined to read the rest of the post. Maybe it is just me.


      • lackawaxen123 says:

        bingo … those 3 states cast about 11,000,000 votes so 77,000 out of 11 million is more like 7% … thats a pretty big win … of course the Dems will cheat LIKE THEY always do … this year will be no different … most of their cheating is for local elections at a prescient level … getting an alderman elected in Chicago for instance … and most of their cheating takes place in deep blue states where the Presidential totals won’t matter … now for some House and Senate races it could be a factor so there are reasons to watch for the cheating … and given the heightened attention on this election, I think it may be harder to cheat this time …


      • dawg says:

        I think you mistakenly believe there is a significant difference:

        Trump victory margin:

        23,000 out of 3,000,000 votes in WI so .76% of the votes in WI

        11,000 out of 4,825,000 in MI so .22% of the votes in MI

        44,000 out of 6,166,000 in PA, so .71% of the votes in PA

        All well under 1%. The point remains. And again, if only HALF of those votes in any one of those respective states were to have gone the other way, that state becomes a coin flip.


        • lackawaxen123 says:

          better math than my numbers 🙂 darn decimal points … yes it going to be close … but in PA I’m sure they won’t be able to cheat via mail in ballots … the system is too tight to game easily or even find a way to game it …


        • This is how I have been viewing it also.

          Then when you add in four years worth of demographic changes, between elderly deaths – helped along this year by Covid – and another four years worth of anchor babies having arrived at the age of majority, as well as continual naturalization ceremonies, you are facing a real threat.

          In 2016 they cheated massively! But they didn’t cheat quite enough. They won’t make that mistake again.

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  36. spoogels says:

    What is happening with Covid plan

    Liked by 2 people

    • spoogels says:

      Global crisis requires a global response and that justifies global governance.
      What can be more frightening than a global pandemic?
      Climate change alarmism wasn’t enough so there is a pandemic to do the Great Reset

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      • Ken Lawson says:

        ” Global crisis requires a global response and that justifies global governance. ”

        The stupidity of that idea the left has been promoting for decades is that a one world government or a one world society is what causes breakdown and failure. The entire reason why God split the nations (Tower of Babel for those who aren’t familiar with it) was to preserve them. When one nation would fail others would pick up the pieces and move forward. When everyone spoke the same language and had the same culture the decay would start and eventually destroy everything. The left’s ideas, and this is a perfect example, are guaranteed for long term failure and damage to every living thing on earth.

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        • wtd says:

          The Ford and Carnegie Foundations along with current day globalist sympathizers in IT should be scrutinized for their part in financing and enabling the intentional efforts to undermine our Constiutional foundation. I’d go so far as to suggest RICO application

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        • Bob says:

          The Agenda 21-30 program is well forward of what most folks think…it’s about two thirds or more implemented in Europe, well on it’s way in the USA and we the Tax Payers are paying for the own rope to hang us…Asia is difficult to understand where they are…but they will be easy to submit to the plan.


  37. Troublemaker10 says:

    What the h3ll is it going to take to stop this Marxist indoctrination in our schools? It’s every darn day now…in your face.

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    • Ken Lawson says:

      Troublemaker10 – You ask what it’s going to take to stop the indoctrination in our schools? Very simply it will take the American people taking back control of the schools. People have paid little attention over the years as the left has taken over the schools. Now they are upset and want things changed. But few ever bother to get involved and run for school board in their local community. Few make waves that their tax dollars are paying for this mess and it needs to change. In most areas, for example, property taxes are what fund local schools.

      So when we’re recently seen teachers say they won’t go back to class because of covid and they’re allowed to do it, they are basically taking a vacation on the taxpayer’s money. My wife is a retired school teacher and she has said that the work a teacher does with these online classes is far less than when they have students in the classroom. A teacher should easily be able to handle 4 times as many students in a virtual environment that they do in person in a classroom. Citizens should demand a reduction in the teacher workforce if they’re going to work virtually. That would reduce the cost to the taxpayers by removing 75% of those teacher’s salaries and benefits, which should translate to lower property taxes. But how many people are demanding that? How many people are getting involved to change their school systems? How many people are talking with friends and neighbors and fellow church members to start their own schools and pull their kids out of school? (I mention that last one as an idea because some families need both parent’s income so they can’t homeschool easily, but if groups worked together they could develop their own private school to be able to pull kids out of public schools).

      Unless and until the American people take control back from the left, be it in schools, government, or anywhere else, the left will continue to win.

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    • Zydeco says:

      “What the h3ll is it going to take to stop this Marxist indoctrination in our schools?”
      Not only this but the ongoing daily coup, false narratives, false outrage, no rule of law, etc.

      Are we aware? yes ! Are we angry ? yes! Are we ready to march? I didn’t think so.

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    • Free Speech says:

      Even for people who disagree with this, they have to reach a certain point of fed up to be willing to face the inevitable aggression and false accusations of the Left when they speak out. Some people will never reach that point. This is how Nazi Germany and Soviet Russia came into being. Quiet mice who just want to live their lives and don’t like conflict will endure ANYTHING until it’s too late. They’ll even wrinkle their nose at those who do make noise against what they know is wrong. Such is their discomfort with conflict.

      In church, these are the “Jesus is love” people. Yes, Jesus is love. Such that He took on the Pharisees to their face, though it led to His crucifixion. As did the prophets before Him who were stoned, and Christ talks about this in Matthew to the face of the Pharisees who He calls the descendents of those who killed the prophets. All caused conflict. All paid the price.


      • Ken Lawson says:

        Unfortunately the left uses dependence to control the people. The Marxists throughout history have gotten people to where they are afraid to take a stand. They get control of healthcare (which is one of the first things they do because if you can’t get healthcare you’re in a bad position and that scares people) and they get control of every part of people’s lives and when people are scared and hungry, they’ll give up and do what the government tells them. I spent years living in south Florida and knew many families who had fled Castro’s Cuba. The stories they tell are just like I just said. I’ve also known people from former Soviet-bloc countries that tell the same stories. And I’ve know Holocaust survivors who say the same thing about Nazi Germany and the countries they took over. Marxists always do the same thing. They get people scared and then make demands the people give in to. They’ve already made many inroads in America getting people dependent. That’s when they are prime targets for the left. And that’s where America has gotten itself today. I hate to say it, but I think if push comes to shove, most people will give up freedom for security, and Ben Franklin was right when he said that anyone who would do that doesn’t deserve either one.


    • Lady in Red says:

      For one thing. parents need to band together and raise holy he!!. But they don’t. They complain in their small groups, and sometimes it gets to the media.They need to be a force. One problems with these schools in Seattle is most of the parents probably approve of this garbage they are teaching the second graders. Lots of white-guilt virtue-signalling parents up there who will let their children be indoctrinated in school if it means they are accepted by the SJW crowd.


  38. mike devault says:

    he Rasmussen Reports daily Presidential Tracking Poll for Wednesday shows that 52% of Likely U.S. Voters approve of President Trump’s job performance. Forty-six percent (46%) disapprove.

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    • Reaganite says:

      Mike. I was about to post same thing.
      I just looked up Obama’s JA on Rasmussen,
      Sept 16, 2012: 50 % approved,
      49 disapproved, and of course it goes
      without saying that Obama had totla good
      press and P45 is running against The Media
      itself, And winning.
      Rasmussen’s index of approval strength
      has PDJT at 40 % likely voters expressing
      “strongly approve.”
      Obama had only 29 % strong approval
      on this date 8 years ago.

      Another number I like: the Atlanta Fed is projecting
      30.8 % US GDP growth for Q 3 ( !).

      And another indicator: P45 confidence.
      He is PROJECTING that his internal polls
      and spidey sense are promising enough edge
      in key stated to Beat the Cheat
      and save the world while MAGA again.

      Let’s savor that again:
      P45 JA at 52 % approve, 46 disapprove.
      Movement POSITIVE.

      Peace, Brethren.

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  39. Winston says:

    WELL, LOOKIE HERE! Here is where the recommendation to lift the BAN on virus gain-of-function research was made.

    NOTE THE DATE!!!!!!!!

    Recommended Policy Guidance for Potential Pandemic Pathogen Care and Oversight
    JANUARY 9, 2017

    Click to access p3co-finalguidancestatement.pdf

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  40. DeWalt says:

    Perfect . Hahahaha

    Liked by 1 person

  41. Bubby says:

    Just some panic pandemic humor but there’s always some truth in good humor!

    Liked by 5 people

  42. JG3 says:

    Democrat Party…this is what you get, when you take God out of your platform!

    Liked by 1 person

    • JG3 says:

      Sorry…above was meant for the pic of Sleepy Joe sniffing the young girl, end of previous page.


      • Ken Lawson says:

        I think your comment fits perfectly for anything and everything about the Democrats these days. My mother was a Kennedy Democrat and he was the last Democrat she voted for. She was fed up with them after that and thought they were long lost. She died decades ago and she’d be horrified to see what they are today.


  43. Nepanyrush says:

    Great job, Mr. President, getting Big 10 football back! The liberal college presidents and media will not give you credit, but it was your telephone call and prodding that got the season back!

    Liked by 4 people

    • Nepanyrush says:

      Not to discount, of course, the critical pressure from the athletes and parents and coaches, but the President who was front and center very early on this and pledged to provide whatever help the colleges and needed. And it was the President who took the onslaught of criticism “of putting games over lives.”

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  44. msidaho says:

    I just noticed something interesting. Started to watch local news at 5 am in eastern Idaho. At 7 am switched to an ‘oldies’ program and at 8 am switched to another oldie – Perry Mason.
    Just a few minutes ago there was a Biden ad.
    So, his ad buy was not for ABC, but for MeTV

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  45. Winston says:

    I wondered about specifically when the US ban on conducting or even funding in the US or anywhere else the virus gain-of-function research which is almost certainly behind the current pandemic ended?

    It was in the very last days of the Obama administration.

    Recommended Policy Guidance for Potential Pandemic Pathogen Care and Oversight
    JANUARY 9, 2017

    December 19, 2017
    NIH Lifts Funding Pause on Gain-of-Function Research

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      Petition “President Trump should eliminate the censorship of medical information by American companies (such as Twitter)).” “Previously, when President Trump needed PPEs and ventilators to be manufactured, President Trump made it clear to American companies who were not cooperating or moving too slowly that he could use the Defense Production Act to take control of their company. However, communication of medical information could be just as important as a ventilator; thus, the President should inform American companies like Twitter to stop censoring his ability to communicate medical information (as well as the ability of others (even from outside the USA) to communicate medical information) (especially if it is related to COVID-19) and if the censorship does not cease and desist then President Trump should use the Defense Production Act to take control of American companies like Twitter.”

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  47. CopperTop says:

    That moment when a 3 star general and Sullivan POW retweets a Tucker clip from the CTH site…Bayonet sharpening time.

    Liked by 6 people

  48. destashjan says:
    Umm, NO. I don’t get a “regular “ flu shot…why the heck would I get this?

    Liked by 2 people

  49. Henry says:

    All these media, state department, intelligence people calling for and detailing plans for overthrowing the president and the country.

    Freedom of speech.
    Like it or not.

    They can postulate all they want to but until they actually move nothing can be done.

    What event will pass as an actual attempt to overthrow the country?

    Liked by 1 person

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