September 18th – 2020 Presidential Politics – Trump Administration Day #1338

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922 Responses to September 18th – 2020 Presidential Politics – Trump Administration Day #1338

  1. son of mainecoonman says:

    Good Morning Treepers,

    Having just watched the recording of Joe Biden and Anderson Cooper whispering sweet nothings into each other’s ears once the cameras stopped rolling (except they didn’t) and reading the defence “they both tested negative that morning” my spidey-sense tells me to expect Joe to test positive on the morning of the 29th and, being a responsible citizen, withdrawing from the debate to protect others. As a final touch expect to see him bravely answering questions from his home, teleprompter carefully hidden from everyone else’s view and coughing theatrically when he needs more time to repeat what has been written.

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    • son of mainecoonman says:

      or even better:-

      “Vice President Biden has been told by his doctor to rest so he can’t be with us live. However he was able to answer a few questions we put to him earlier today and we will be showing you his replies throughout this debate”.

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    • Son- I hate to burst anyone’s bubble, but it has been obvious from the beginning that there was no way in hell that Creepy Joe was EVER going to debate our President Trump live on stage. I have several good sized bets with friends and family on that one.
      Furthermore, I predict that there will never come a time when Joe will be in the same room as the President, under any circumstances.
      Why are people kidding themselves? Don’t listen to me, Rush has been saying it all along too.

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      • lolli says:

        Seneca the Elder🇺🇸
        Good deal.
        I couldn’t find anyone to take that bet. 😉

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      • vikingmom says:

        Dang Seneca- I am not sure if I am impressed with your powers of persuasion or if I am worried about the mental state of your family and friends! They must have some serious TDS if they took that bet!

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      • B Woodward says:

        On August 29 Biden said he was going to debate President Trump. If Hiden Biden is a no-show, then President Trump needs to send Biden an invitation to debate every day. Then President Trump should hold press conference “debates” with an empty chair–similar to Clint Eastwood and Obama’s empty chair at the 2012 RNC.

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  2. sarasotosfan says:

    So a Pence staffer is an anti-Trumper.

    Shocking. NOT.

    Put Pence in a playpen and move forward. He is not working in our interest. Thankfully he was sidelined early in this plandemic.

    Imagine where we would be if Trump did not take control of yhe plandemic response.

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    • Winston says:

      Yeah, exactly what I’d been saying all along. Pence and do nothing Sessions are BIG TIME best buds. Maybe people are finally withdrawing from the hopium they’ve been taking for 4 years now. Trump is pretty much alone and even his supposed allies aren’t.

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    • joseywalesandtenbearsbarandgrill says:

      The Donald selected Pence to appease the republican establishment and for that reason only. Pence adds nothing. He has the same excitement of the guy that will embalm you in the coming years and the same suit.

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    • oldersoul says:

      Reagan had his Bush. Trump has his Pence. That’s all this is.

      I had strong reservations when Trump picked him, but understood his reasons. Like Reagan, Trump is a Beltway outsider. But unlike Reagan, Trump had zero allies going in there. He needed a beachhead, however tenuous.

      Trust, but verify. Good advice when dealing with Pence and his staff.

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      • Marc says:

        That’s scary as hell. Papa Bush tried to eliminate Reagan before the midterms but thankfully failed.

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        • oldersoul says:

          Trump is smarter than Reagan was.

          Bush was known CIA. Pence is a GOPe guy from Indiana.

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          • offtv says:

            At the time, most still considered the See Eye Aye, the good guys. So Reagan did what we all thought best, but know know better. For the era, Reagan was a outstanding president. If You switched both Reagan and Trump into each other’s time term, they would both struggle because the world was different back then with different problems.

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            • oldersoul says:

              Donald Trump is dealing with the violent domestic turmoil that Nixon faced from 1968-72. But Nixon faced a relatively stable and calm international superpower environment.

              And Trump is dealing with an international superpower crisis similar to what Reagan faced from 1980-84. But Reagan faced a relatively calm and stable domestic environment.

              Neither Nixon or Reagan ever had to deal with both domestic and international crises like this — simultaneously. But Trump is.

              Everyone in higher politics have always known exactly what the CIA is capable of after 1963. Nixon knew. Reagan knew. I’m sure Trump knows.

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      • Amy2 says:

        VP’s are just for a more balanced ticket. People thought W was inexperienced, so they gave him older/firmer Cheney. Obama needed a white lifelong (experienced?) politician, etc.

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    • albertus magnus says:

      I dont know if Pence is working for PDJT or not. Neither do you. However, PDJT seems to think so and his is the only opinion that matter.

      And blaming Pence for a rogue former staffter makes about as much sense as blaming PDJT for Scarmucci, Amarosa, Bannon, etc. and all of the other lowlifes who worked in the WH for their own branding purposes.

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      • mikeyboo says:

        It seems to me Pence has been a loyal and effective “wing man” for President Trump.

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      • highdezertgator says:

        Trust Trump!
        We have 5 years of proof… and many more years before.
        Question his judgment at your own peril.
        the Great Awakening is painful for many… I enjoy it immensely!

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      • More Bore says:

        Agreed.

        I think many people are just very uncomfortable with the method for how a fast-paced business guy hires, as opposed to politicians. The former involves approximately ZERO backscratching and may be very short duration. If its not working, you get rid of it quick.

        Whereas the media brothels have tried to paint this as “chaos” in the WH, I see it as a strength. When you realize its not working out, throw it overboard as fast as you can, rather than try to eek out a sub=par performance.

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      • cjzak says:

        I agree. Pence has been quite supportive and has done everything he’s been asked to do. He is a calming person, boring to some I agree and yes, a politician to make the DC repubs a bit more accepting of PTrump, at least initially.

        How many hires/appointees of the Pres. have shown less than stellar creds for PT when they left or were let go? Cohen comes to mind off the top of my head. Aren’t we all complaining about Wray? Haven’t many felt PT was either misled or made a bit of an error on some of his hires?

        I am neutral about Pence, but don’t think he has hidden motives against PTrump either. He serves a purpose, is a good man as far as we have seen, loves the country, has worked hard and has been a loyal employee, so far anyway. Is he GOPe? Could be. Is he completely anti Trump? Doubtful, imo.

        Maybe there is more to be revealed about him and we will find it out someday, but he just doesn’t seem like the villain people try to make him out to be. He’s either a very good actor and covers his animosity really well, or he is just what he seems to be. Can’t believe we wouldn’t have seen more evidence of it by now if he was undermining the Pres.

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      • After about 4 years with President Trump, when he is talking about a person, he says what he wants you to believe he thinks, it may not be what he really thinks.

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      • sarasotosfan says:

        That makes THREE.

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    • Tornorosa says:

      I had totally forgotten that Pence was appointed head of the Corona virus task force in late February. What a total face plant. I don’t recall him doing anything at the briefings except being an MC for Fauci and Birx

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  3. sarasotosfan says:

    So a Pence staffer is an anti-Trumper.

    Shocking. NOT.

    Put Pence in a playpen and move forward. He is not working in our interest. Thankfully he was sidelined early in this plandemic.

    Imagine where we would be if Trump did not take control of yhe plandemic response.

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    • jaxnix says:

      Never has Pence been on my radar as anything other than a political hack. I would NEVER vote for the man.

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      • sarasotosfan says:

        God willing and the creek don’t rise further, Trump will need to identify legitimate heirs for his policies. Pence will be left staring at his made in China shoes.

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        • Charles Dodgson says:

          This is a conversation that needs to be had. Who will carry the torch? Although i don’t personally care if the best candidate ticks any minority boxes, etc., the movement does need to be cultivating those demographics so that it is harder to pretend it’s a white supremacist movement.

          Elise Stefanik is a possibility.
          Sen. Cotton or Kennedy?
          Tx Gov Abbott?

          For the more distant future, people like Kimberly Klacik and former sheriff David Clarke seem like effective voices that need to be developed.

          Of course the second question is who will be developing these talents? It won’t be McConnell or any of the establishment GOP.

          We also really need to make sure that Trump’s economic team is imitated in future administrations

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          • Fixin2 says:

            Not Abbott. He’s a swampy for sure. He has hacked us off here in Texas with the stupid mask mandate etc. He’s on my list-and not the good one! 🤬

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          • DuaneB says:

            Don Jr.

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            • Kt says:

              Ron DeSantis Gov of Florida. He’s proven to be a fighter in an election and slapping the media around a la Trump during the media’s pandemic accusations . Kristi Noem although a Gov. of S.Dakota is not seasoned enough. DeSantis, watch him.

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          • hopespringseternal2020 says:

            God no to all of those! Stefanik has been a great ally during impeachment but if you look at her other policy positions…Tom Cotton is a decepticon, albeit a good one lately…he participated in Sea Island, GA. Governor Abbott has shown his true colors during the plandemic.

            Kristi Noem standing up for freedom is intriguing, but I think we should all do a much more in depth investigation into her policies and allies. Apparently, she went to DC to apologize to Pence for stepping on his toes after the 4th when everyone was talking about her being VP.

            To me, we need someone personable, who truly connects with people, has a huge backbone, understands the depth of the treachery, can battle the media and the establishment, understands economics and trade, and has actual experience.

            To me, that is only 1 person right now… Ric Grenell. You notice he spends a lot of time around the Trump kids 😉

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          • amjean says:

            At the moment I like Jim Jordan.

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          • sarasotosfan says:

            Too soon to consider who might emerge for 2024.

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      • guru1966 says:

        In my pre – “able to see the strings” days in 2012, I wished for a Pence candidacy – based on his strong stands as a Christian on issues such as abortion and other moral issues.
        I still feel that he is solid on those. And, I agree that that fact makes him helpful as “assassination insurance” since the libs hate him.
        But, I certainly don’t feel that he is the heir to MAGA.

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        • hoosierptl says:

          guru1966. I agree! I listened to Pence’s daily radio program back in the early 90’s and then followed him as he served as US Rep and then Governor… The libs do hate him because of his moral and abortion stance on issues. I believe him to be a faithful follower of Christ.

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      • Eric says:

        So you are not going to vote in 2024 or vote for Socialist if Pence is our nominee?

        That makes sense.

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        • cjzak says:

          How do we even know if he wants to run for President? There are quite a few people we can look at starting with Kristi Noem. We have some time when this election is over and PTrump is in his second term to start planning for 2024.

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          • Eric says:

            We don’t. But the original poster seems to be saying that Pence would be worse than a socialist. Someone would have to explain that logic to me, especially since there is absolutely no indication that Pence has been other than loyal to President Trump.

            There is a weird cadre of posters on CTH who hate Pence, Ivanka, Jared, etc.

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      • Linda K. says:

        I am sure Pence has ambitions but he is not the man to follow Trump and the new base he has created.

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      • B Woodward says:

        No doubt Pence will be running in 2024 and will be backed by the Republican uniparty club. But I want to vote for Donald Trump Jr in 2024. The country needs a Trump dynasty.

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  4. Dora says:

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    • Ausonius says:

      There are no principles from 1619 involved: there are fake “principles” being ascribed to that era by the New York Times (or Slimes) and their anti-American, Communist allies.

      It is fascinating and depressing to see Orwell’s Ministry of Truth/Memory Hole ideas in action. America, however, has seen it before, when Hitler’s mass-murdering ally Stalin, who had already killed c. 12 million Ukrainians and thousands of others, before Hitler ever got started, was turned almost overnight into “Uncle Joe Stalin.”

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      • JCM800 says:

        WWI and WWII British Gold Programming is the Demon that resides in American’s Worldview of History.

        Whites and other American Fools have and will continue to Sacrifice their Sons and Daughters upon the Blood Thirsty Alter of Political Correctness.

        Only a Fool would kneel to a subjugator, to avoid being called a word…….racist.

        Never Kneel to Racial Extortion.

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    • Winston says:

      And years of the teaching of THIS in our universities is precisely the cause of everything you see now. Spend 12 minutes to have your eyes opened on this topic if they aren’t already:

      Jordan Peterson: Postmodernism: How and why it must be fought

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      • Jeem says:

        I noticed how he describes “resentment, arrogance and deceit”. WOW, those 3 words are the most basic and perfect description of the Dems.

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      • Tornorosa says:

        Thx Winston. This short talk does a good job helping understand how the Left thinks. I thought “Post-modernism” was a school of art. Looks like it’s a cover story for Critical Race Theory.

        It does seem to describe what we’re seeing in the streets and needs to be added to the lexicon of what Leftists may use to disguise who they are.

        Odd that sentient human beings can reject Logic, considering it a tool of their “oppression.” Logic has been understood as part of the Real World, like Numbers, and Mathematics since at least the ancient Greek times.

        I’m not sure that’s compatible with survival, certainly not in the animal or even plant world.

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    • gensensibility says:

      Critical race theory permeates higher education at all levels. I was teaching math and the sociology professor in the next room spoke so loudly that she could clearly be heard in my classroom. Towards the end of the term, she apologized to her class for covering “right-wing” views for only one lecture because such views are considered illegitimate within the field. What right-wing views she presented I can only speculate, but it could not have been a balanced presentation.

      Students are taught hate for White people and White people culture. Yes, your children and grandchildren too. Your tax dollars go to the destruction of our civic arena. If you are White, you have a blood guilt, original sin you cannot be forgiven. You must pay, accept you guilt, bow your head and acquiesce. Trump does not bow his head in shame, providing an example for us all.

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      • Kitty-Kat says:

        I don’t recall any other politician who has openly opposed this issue.

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        • Augie says:

          That alone would get my vote.

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        • gensensibility says:

          I have witnessed this stuff at colleges since 1995 when I became a professor. Before that I was too focused on my subject during grad school from 1989. A big turning point in the 80s was the dropping of Western Civilization in favor of World History.
          Clinton was aloof, only interested in feathering his nest. W Bush was useless, operating the Dept of Education like a Democrat. O let the worst elements run the Dept of Ed, allowing for kangaroo courts on campus (which Biden was largely responsible for), crazy lies in the Safe Colleges trainings that we are all required to take quizzes on each year. We have zero rapes in a system of 90,000 students yet we are asked to believe that 25% are raped on college campuses. They tell us that only 1/5 of those make a report. That would still be about 3,000 females in our system (62% female), yet there are zero reported. Safe College trainings are just ways to pay off activist groups who run the companies that are contracted to give the trainings. That’s also the real reason behind police reform: Enriching leftist activist groups at the expense of policing, let the population be damned.
          Trump is the only politician raising the issue of Critical Race Theory and though he already has my loyal support, he will earn a spot on Mt Rushmore if he defeats CRT. Put him up there with Lincoln, baby!

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    • mostlyogauge says:

      Wow. I watched the speech, excellent. A LOT of the comments were just disgusting, with a lot of those providing clear, and unfortunately sad, examples of just how brainwashed a LOT of people are in the United States. Calling our VSGPDJT a racist, out of touch, doesn’t understand CRT, etc. The leftists/commies/etc “running” the democrap party now are just plain evil.

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  5. Sherri Young says:

    Wait. What?

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    • Do stop thinking about tomorrow says:

      He is a idiot

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    • they forgot the “with the goal to hurt joe biden” part.

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    • Cole says:

      That tweet appears to be a misrepresentation of what Rohrabacher told Assange. Curious why a tweet from Wikileaks would twist this.

      This is a quote from his interview with Yahoo news back in February:

      “I spoke to Julian Assange and told him if he would provide evidence about who gave WikiLeaks the emails, I would petition the president to give him a pardon,” Rohrabacher told Yahoo News. “He knew I could get to the president.”

      Rohrabacher did NOT have “authorisation of president #Trump to offer a deal”.

      White House press secretary Stephanie Grisham [back in February] called Fitzgerald’s claim “complete fabrication.”

      https://thehill.com/policy/national-security/483833-rohrabacher-tells-yahoo-he-discussed-pardon-with-assange-for-proof

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      • lolli says:

        Cole🇺🇸
        👍
        Thank you for posting this. (This is what I remember, and I was following assange situation closely at the time).
        Maybe it is being twisted for assange’s protection?
        I don’t know.

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      • More Bore says:

        It may be that wikileaks is trying to force the hand or “suggest” what they DO want.

        IMO, I would give it to him, but would not trust British intelligence, as long as he remains in their custody, to not send him to the bottom of the channel. And a good chance our own intel agencies would assist.

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      • Linda K. says:

        I could see someone dangle this in front of Assange. It would be quite powerful to have this info.

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      • The Akh says:

        Wiki Leaks and Assange have been 100% consistent on this. They will not offer up sources, period. To do so would break from their core principles.

        I am not convinced that Wikileaks twisted anything. They never have. Its not what they do. I would not trust the Yahoo news article. Its odd that Yahoo article was a year after Assange’s indictment. Its also bizarre that Wikileaks tweets about it 2.5 years after the indictment. So, something in the details is not lining up for me.

        But here is a Yahoo news article from today. So…

        https://www.yahoo.com/news/assange-offered-pardon-helped-resolve-150917085.html

        Assange knows, as we should know, that there are likely those who are more than well aware of the source.

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    • RAC says:

      Exactly who is running wikileaks now, C_A ?

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    • Troublemaker10 says:

      This is the lawyer’s interpretation of the offer (she was at the meeting). It seems the US government lawyers position is reported as not challenging that it was said in the meeting, but that the offer they made wasn’t truth. In otherwords, they may have “said” Trump approved meeting/pardon….but that actually never happened (they had no actual offer from Trump) .

      ———-

      Excerpt:

      It is not the first time Assange’s legal team have made the claims, which have been denied by both the White House and Rohrabacher.

      Rohrabacher, a supporter of Russian President Vladimir Putin, said his visit was a “fact-finding mission”.

      “At no time did I offer Julian Assange anything from the President because I had not spoken with the President about this issue at all,” Rohrabacher said in a statement in February, when the claims were first made.

      “However, when speaking with Julian Assange, I told him that if he could provide me information and evidence about who actually gave him the DNC emails, I would then call on President Trump to pardon him.”

      .snip.

      Significantly, James Lewis, the QC representing the US government, did not cross-examine Robinson who read from a pre-prepared statement.

      “The position of the government is that we don’t contest, challenge those things were said, we obviously don’t accept the truth of the contents of what was said by others,” Lewis said.

      Source:
      https://amp.smh.com.au/world/europe/trump-administration-offered-assange-pardon-australian-lawyer-claims-20200918-p55x59.html?__twitter_impression=true

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    • Troublemaker10 says:

      Here is Rohrabacher’s full statement on her s meeting with Assange from February:

      https://www.rohrabacher.com/news/my-meeting-with-julian-assange

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  6. cliffaheadwolvesbehind says:

    Watch youtube plea from Minneapolis publ8c school principal.
    So heartbreaking.

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  7. Winston says:

    BOYCOTT ALL expensive “Made in China” items like cell phones, laptops, TV, etc.!!!!!!! If your item still works, don’t replace it. The following is just one of many examples.

    17 SEP 20
    Chinese Antivirus Firm Was Part of APT41 ‘Supply Chain’ Attack
    The U.S. Justice Department this week indicted seven Chinese nationals for a decade-long hacking spree that targeted more than 100 high-tech and online gaming companies. The government alleges the men used malware-laced phishing emails and “supply chain” attacks to steal data from companies and their customers. One of the alleged hackers was first profiled here in 2012 as the owner of a Chinese antivirus firm.

    https://krebsonsecurity.com/2020/09/chinese-antivirus-firm-was-part-of-apt41-supply-chain-attack/

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  8. Drogers says:

    Patience, I’m proud to say, is one of my very few virtues. I’ve only got like 3 / 4 so I bring them often to ward away evil.

    Benghazi, Obamacare cost, Roe V Wade, Mexican Gun Running, H. Biden, Schiff – for – Brain’s lies, Spygate, SC phone wipe are but a few awaiting Justice.

    They’re starting to stack up like commercial airlines at O’Hare on a Friday evening.

    *can’t we get just one to go our way?

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    • Rosemary B says:

      That is hysterical. First, where do you procure this suit? …. as an olden nurse, are the garments under the “suit” sterile or clean? if not, these people have just sealed themselves in “every day dirt”
      Second, where are these people going? When do they remove the suit? …… and how does that work? Is the suit disposable? looks costly,
      so many questions. I would LOVE to have a discussion with the person that put this scheme in place

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  9. Rosemary B says:

    Good morning wonderful friends. It is Friday. I hope you have a delightful day today.
    Here in Northern Virginia 35 miles west of the swamp we are experiencing very nice “fall” weather.
    70º !! We have had haze from the fires for a week now. No blue sky, just a weird grey orange color
    The sunshine can make it though, maybe that is the orange tone I see.
    My prayers are ongoing and fervent for our President Trump, our country, and for all of you
    Be well. 🇺🇸❤️

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    • 813.52Ran says:

      Orange. Good sign.

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    • gsonFIT says:

      So I listen to WMAL (Wahington D.C.) every morning. The news break had a 30 second story how local pools would stay open a few more weekends after the traditional labor day holiday because …well it is 2020. The newscaster then went on to say we expect clouds and about a 20% drop in the temperature this weekend. She finished by saying…well because it is 2020.

      Very well done,
      Vince and Mary rock!

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  10. sync says:

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  11. Larry says:

    I’m wondering about the Tik Tok deal. How would Tik Tok’s AI algorithm work if it didn’t have access to personal data? If the system allows the algorithm (housed in China) to access personal data, how is it ensured that data was not copied?

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  12. sync says:

    Actually it’s just a redistribution……

    “Deal Reached in N.J. for ‘Millionaires Tax’

    “The new tax in New Jersey, the nation’s second wealthiest state, is expected to generate an estimated $390 million this fiscal year”

    but Murphy is giving a tax rebate:

    “The $500 rebate, a compromise sought by Mr. Coughlin, is expected to cost about $340 million a year”

    https://archive.is/3TFtp#selection-403.0-403.43

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  13. Luna says:

    Why is this person who is criminally charged allowed to have a go fund me page but not Kyle who was attacked in riots and shot back? https://amgreatness.com/2020/09/17/university-students-faculty-sorority-start-gofundme-for-rioter-arrested-in-lancaster/ I thought go fund me had a strict “not for criminal cases”
    Clause? OR SO THEY SAID

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    • readyandable1 says:

      Just like movies, tv, funding protests, etc.: any conservative could start a GofundMe site with its own rules.

      But none with the cashola do. Because besides President Trump, there aren’t any true constitutionalists with billions or even millions to do such a thing. And frankly if one of us plebs setup a website that had anything to do with cash reception and distrobution, the IRS would arrest and shut us down in one instant. They wouldn’t even pretend to be fair and treat such a platform the same way as their liberal counter-part.

      Such is life in the USSA.

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  14. mike devault says:

    Rasmussen Reports
    @Rasmussen_Poll
    ·
    1h
    Reader Alert:

    The last time
    @POTUS
    daily job approval % reached today’s level, House Speaker Nancy Pelosi held a press conference & announced a house impeachment inquiry.

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    • Nepanyrush says:

      Yes, it is due any moment now. Their twitter feeds says regarding the President: ” daily job approval % is up – to its highest daily level of this year.”

      It was already up once to 52%, so it would be 52% or higher. Those are great numbers.

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    • Nepanyrush says:

      Here it is: “The Rasmussen Reports daily Presidential Tracking Poll for Friday shows that 53% of Likely U.S. Voters approve of President Trump’s job performance. Forty-six percent (46%) disapprove. The last time the president’s job approval reached a high of this number was in September 2019.”

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      • Nepanyrush says:

        This is also the highest I have seen this: “The latest figures include 44% who Strongly Approve of the job Trump is doing and 40% who Strongly Disapprove. This gives him a Presidential Approval Index rating of +4.”
        Usually the strongly disapprove is greater than the strongly approve.

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        • Jenevive says:

          It almost like the more they throw at POTUS the higher
          his rating go.. I think a lot of people see this even my BIL, who
          never discusses politics mentions they are throwing everything they
          can at POTUS to stop him..so people are noticing..

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        • Charles Dodgson says:

          Rasmussen weights (corrects) for democrat vs republican which most of the other polls don’t. IOW, if they get a poll sample that’s 75% dem, they correct it back to a more reasonable distribution. If the others get a 75% dem sample, they run with it. Their argument is that party identification is fluid, so it’s too hard to correct for. This of course is only a partial truth. The identification only fluctuates a few percent from election to election. If you’re not within that narrow range you should correct or throw it out.

          Also, realize that the RCP average is not a particularly meaningful number, it’s the trend that’s meaningful. PArticularly as they mix all voter, registered voter, and likely voter polls together. Looking only at likely voter polls, he is at ~48% approval, which again shouldn’t be taken as a “better” number than a single poll, but is definitely trending in the right direction. IMO, a 45% or better number in RCP approval is a likely win, and 48% or better may be a dominating win. It’s hard to tell anymore since CA and the NY megaplex are basically 100% TDS, so they are probably skewing national polls.

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    • ohnoyoudonot says:

      BREAKING: TRUMP APPROVAL UP TO HIGHEST OF THE YEAR: 53%

      (per Rasmussen Reports)

      Fifth straight day over 50% in RR.

      Obama was 49% on this day Sept 18, 2012, en route to re-election.

      Also Noteworthy is that Trump is in positive territory in the Intensity Index of “strongly” approve/disapprove by +4:

      44% Strongly Approve
      40% Strongly Disapprove

      Last time SA was higher than SD: Feb 25 when it was +1

      Check out this chart:
      https://rasmussenreports.com/public_content/politics/trump_administration/trump_approval_index_history

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  15. sync says:

    Pennsylvania Supreme Court Extends State Absentee Ballot Deadline

    The state supreme court’s ruling pushed the deadline for receiving absentee ballots to Nov. 6, or three days after Election Day, if they are postmarked by 8 p.m. on Nov. 3. It also held that the election code permitted drop boxes for submitting mail-in ballots.

    https://legalinsurrection.com/2020/09/pennsylvania-supreme-court-extends-state-absentee-ballot-deadline/

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    • Bec74 says:

      If this is the case with the drop boxes, then the GOP better have poll watchers present at all drop boxes to ensure they are secured the night of the election and not tampered with thereafter. The count and verification of the ballots from those boxes should be done right after the polls close. There is no reason those votes cannot be tabulated then.

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    • AMK says:

      The PA supreme court has no legislative lawmaking ability, they can say what they want, but the judicial branch has no authority to affect election laws or rules.

      Mark Levin covered this last night. He says the federal constitution says the state legislatures makes election laws for each state.
      A PA state rep called in and was asking how to stop this…..Stephanie something….

      Levin said that the Republican house has the ability to give a resolution, or some form of disavowal, saying that the PA SC decision to allow late ballots, including without postmark……and the executive branch decision, basically by fiat, saying that elector signatures don’t need to match…….are NULL AND VOID and the status quo will continue!

      They still have options and the PA rep was getting off the phone and calling her leader and asking for an emergency house session to stop this!

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  16. henry says:

    https://www.freep.com/story/entertainment/music/brian-mccollum/2020/09/16/live-nation-music-venues-convert-polling-places-lebron-james/5812241002/

    One of the things we kept hearing, because the pandemic is going on, was that a lot of smaller (polling places) would not be made available for voting,” said Tom See, chief operating officer of Live Nation’s U.S. venue division. “We said: ‘Wait a second, we’ve got 100-plus large locations across the country sitting empty right now. Why not offer them up as places for people to vote?’ That was the impetus — to solve a need.”

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    • Rosemary B says:

      that makes perfect sense to me.
      democrats want mail in voting so they can steam open the envelopes and replace the ballots. That will take a few days. It worked for Al Franken

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  17. sync says:

    Pretending to be *BLACK* pays.

    The job she was offered has a base salary of $97,000, is absurdly easy (teaching “communications” to 96 IQ central valley Mexicans), and benefits and retirement and working summers really make it more like $160,000 a year in low cost Fresno.

    https://www.cnn.com/2020/09/17/us/wisconsin-grad-student-race-trnd/index.html?utm_medium=social&utm_source=twCNN&utm_content=2020-09-17T22%3A14%3A53&utm_term=link

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  18. decisiontime16 says:

    BLM educators summon spirits

    “Amid the bizarre chanting, the “educators” also taught teachers how to engage in necromancy in their own classrooms, and how to get young children involved in the occult practices with roots in African paganism.

    The session took place during the “Black Lives Matter at School Week of Action Curriculum Fair” hosted by D.C. Area Educators for Social Justice and the “School of Education” at Howard University.

    It was sponsored by “Teaching for Change,” which peddles Marxism to captive children in government schools, including the “Zinn Education Project.” It has been funded by billionaire globalist George Soros, taxpayers, mega-banks including Capital One, and other “progressive” tax-exempt foundations.”

    BLM co-founder…”it is, um, literally almost resurrecting a spirit so they can work through us to get the work that we need to get done,” Patricia Cullors continued, saying she felt “accountable” to the spiritual entities and that she offered sacrifices to them including “honey and tobacco.”

    “The other BLM leader on the tape, Cal State Professor of African Studies Abdulla, spoke of her relationship with a spiritual being known as “Wakisha,” saying the two “laugh a lot” together. “Maybe I’m sharing too much, but we’ve become very intimate with the spirits that we call on regularly,” she explained.

    https://www.thenewamerican.com/culture/education/item/37043-blm-educators-summon-ancestor-spirits

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    • zephyrbreeze says:

      Oh great. Channeling spirits. What could possibly go wrong.
      Voodoo would have to play a part in this right?

      How is this not CULTURAL APROPRIATION???????

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    • hopespringseternal2020 says:

      Do you know the military allows Wicca services??? I can’t find it now but recently read an article discussing how popular it was and that one service included 400 people.

      Could we please rehire some of the retired Generals and Admirals and make the military great again?

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  19. mike devault says:

    The Rasmussen Reports daily Presidential Tracking Poll for Friday shows that 53% of Likely U.S. Voters approve of President Trump’s job performance. Forty-six percent (46%) disapprove. The last time the president’s job approval reached a high of this number was in September 2019.

    The latest figures include 44% who Strongly Approve of the job Trump is doing and 40% who Strongly Disapprove. This gives him a Presidential Approval Index rating of +4. (see trends)

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    • Reaganite says:

      Winning.

      I was about to write same news I just noticed,
      Mike Devault.

      There are polls and there are polls,
      I think Rasmussen samples slightly more
      Dem likely voters, believing they
      have weighted to reflect likely turnout,
      which is maybe D plus 3 %).
      Rasmussen uses longterm consistent methodology of
      3 day “rolling average,” which tends to rtemove outlier
      resulrs reports.

      NOTE:
      On this date in 2012, Obama had only
      49 % JA on Rasmussen,
      Even better, Obama’s strong approval eas only
      30 %, which was a high for him in that period, I think.

      I think we can conclude that P45 CAN win reelection.
      But he will need EVERY honest real vote, plus lawyers,
      to overcome the massive cheating thast is being
      BLATANTLY lined up and filled out for “harvest”

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    • oldersoul says:

      Don’t take this the wrong way. But all public polling is for dupes. It is propaganda, the same as the outlets that publish them. It is ridiculously cheap to produce polling propaganda, in fact.

      The only accurate polling is private, internally-commissioned polling. And it is very expensive, and kept private, for a reason. That’s the polling that the candidates use to form strategy and tactical decisions.

      You can get a better sense of public support from various anecdotal observations. As one example, look where the candidates are, when they are there, and the nature of what they encounter there.

      A week before the 2016 election, Hillary Clinton made a rally stop in Philadelphia, before a crowd of 150 bussed-in college students. You don’t rally in your base areas a week before an election. And you don’t bus in a crowd. In a state that the public polls had her winning by 14 points. Trump won PA.

      And the night before that same election, Donald Trump appeared at a midnight rally in Michigan, before 30,000 people. The purported blue wall. Clearly under siege. Trump won MI.

      Trump is drawing thousands in hostile Governor states during ‘a pandemic’. Joe Biden draws 5 people in crop circles, when he is not bunkered in a basement.

      Ignore the polls. The ones that matter you aren’t seeing.

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      • Rosemary B says:

        Most people do not answer their phones to unknown callers. We are too busy. I do not know who answers these calls. What are those people doing?

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      • DiogenesVindicated says:

        Polling today exists for one and only one reason, …to mask the massive cheating that will be done on the part of Demonrats in November. Tomorrows planed and executed cheating will be less scrutinized when it aligns with today’s biased, slanted and illegitimately sampled poll results.

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  20. Who gets fired first – Wray or the head of the CDC?

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  21. Winston says:

    The Soros Cover-Up
    Newt Gingrich
    17 Sep 2020

    https://americanmind.org/post/the-soros-cover-up/

    I have been watching a truly curious phenomenon over the past few days.

    It seems there is suddenly a movement in media to silence anyone who speaks out against George Soros—and, specifically, his funding of radical prosecutors seeking to change the criminal justice system by simply ignoring certain crimes.

    This happened to me personally this week while I was being interviewed on Fox’s Outnumbered. When I brought up Soros’s plan to get pro-criminal, anti-police prosecutors elected across the country, two of the show’s participants interrupted me and forcefully asserted that Soros was not involved.

    Host Harris Faulkner, it seemed, was stunned by the interruptions, and did her part to move the show forward after some awkward silence. The next day, she addressed the strange moment during the show and condemned censorship.

    Immediately after the show, Twitter and other social media went crazy. People were alleging that any criticism of Soros’s political involvement is automatically false, anti-Semitic, or both.

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  22. SJM says:

    Soros-Backed Coalition Preparing for Post-Election Day Chaos — ‘We’re Going to Fight Like Hell’

    Under the guise of seeking to “prevent a constitutional crisis,” a massive network of well funded left-wing activists and progressive groups are training, organizing, and planning to mobilize millions of Americans should President Trump “contest the election results,” refuse to concede, or claim an early victory.

    More than 80 advocacy groups and grassroots organizations have joined in a broad coalition calling itself “Protect the Results” and proclaiming that “we cannot ignore the threat that Trump poses to our democracy and a peaceful transition of power.”

    https://www.breitbart.com/politics/2020/09/17/soros-backed-coalition-preparing-for-post-election-day-chaos-were-going-to-fight-like-hell/

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  23. bessie2003 says:

    That siege on Washington DC seems to have been canceled and is now 50 days of non-violent Jazz! A Tim Pool video (about 27 min. in length, but he covers this change in the opening minutes):

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    • Jenevive says:

      In other words we will get ourselves arrested and charge with FEDERAL
      crimes , which we can;t get out of, if we go through with it..

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    • joseywalesandtenbearsbarandgrill says:

      The dem internal polling must have scared the hell out of them…..The Donald needs to take them to task starting next week…..

      The Donald…”what happened to all the mobs and riots in the democrat cities?”

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      • Somebody says:

        I just saw a Biden ad against riots and mobs, saying they should be prosecuted. The ad also insinuated Trump supporters are behind the violence calling them militias. Ad claims Trump is fanning the flames. Biden supposedly wants to lower Temps, blah, blah, quotes Pope🤮

        Clearly their internals on the riots is not good. This turn is too little too late in my opinion, but people can be stupid. I agree with you though, camp Biden, Pelosi, etc., have shown their hands, riots are hurting them, move in for the kill. Some arrests of not only antifa and blm thugs, but their financiers and organizers would be nice about now too, but I won’t hold my breath.

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        • Rosemary B says:

          oh yes, Read the democrat manifesto (“plan for America” or not sure what they are calling it, hubbs is calling the dem manifesto) Hubbs has the whole thing on his laptop and he is reading every word. (he is retired now, old contracts lawyer for defense dept I will not offer any more than that) There is some very very bad stuff in that plan. If the dems get house and senate, we are going to have to do something, If Biden steals the election, we are in a lot of trouble

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  24. StanH says:

    I say again. The man in Wisconsin last evening, our Great American President Donald J Trump is a man comfortable in his own skin. Not a man cowering in fear, but a man taking the fight to his enemies in the swamp and winning. Fear is for the other guy. America’s Deplorable Army is growing exponentially, you can feel it.

    This election has the 1972 Nixon/McGovern 49 to 1 or Reagan/Mondale 1984 49 to 1 vibe. The only difference being the uniparty’s ability to cheat in 2020. Message to swamp rats, there are worse things than losing elections.

    The uniparty has thrown Crossfire Hurricane, Steele Dossier, Russia Collusion, Mueller Investigation, Impeachment, Wuhan Con and on to Mayhem, yet our Great American President Donald J Trump still stands. Not only is he standing but he still firing on all cylinders and punching back with the ferocity of a man on a “mission from God.”

    As a proud member in the ranks of his Deplorable American Army I am ready to march to decisive victory on 11/3/20. We hold ranks, We Will Crush Them! Fall for the swamp gas, we still win but not by as much and this is where they will go for the steal.

    Vote! Vote! Vote! …and we win!

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    • Charles Dodgson says:

      49-1 will never happen again. We are too balkanized. There are at least 10 states that would vote for the D if he dressed as a comic book supervillain, shot people in the street, was subsequently killed and clinically dead. Many of those voters are also clinically dead…

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      • Lady in Red says:

        Also, some of these states are so corrupt, they are like Third World countries politically. Immense corruption (fraud) keeps the Dems in power, no matter what.

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      • StanH says:

        True enough. Let us not forget that CA was able to recall Gray Davis and replace him with Arnold who turned out to be a malleable dud. The Tea Party swept the land in 2010 and brought us the largest political shift in a 100 years, even in deep blue states and the rino/uniparty squandered that. The Tea Party was an existential threat to the globalist objectives. Diving Paul Ryan took the dive in 2018 and handed the speaker’s gavel to Pelosi as they see President Trump as an existential threat.

        Going into 11/3/20 the big difference is We Know! Though 49 to 1 is a stretch it’s possible. More likely 43 to 7, but with this chaos in the streets and the De-fund the Police, murder/mayhem, overt Marxism and the removal of God, anything is possible. We’ll see.

        This is the big reason for the attempted steal. Very, very dangerous proposition. We’ll see.

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        • StanH says:

          Eww…I left out the mother of all Phuck you’s, the election of our VSGPDJT in 2016. What was it the Hildabeast chances to win by 93-97% of winning as of election night.

          The point is, anything is possible with our Great American President Donald J Trump.

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    • ropala says:

      I’m praying for an 1820 vibe 231-1, but I will settle for a 1920 vibe 444-87. 451-87, CA, NY and DC for Biden.

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  25. MR52 says:

    Stopped reading Wired a long time ago, but this one popped up. After checking them out, It is interesting how hard they are pushing their Anti-Trump agenda. I guess that is why I lost interest in them about 20 years ago. They stopped being interesting and just became political. Not that I really care, but I never use Facebook except for looking up nut cases or track rioters.

    They still don’t get it, which is good. We could careless about facebook Trump voters don’t care about facebook. The Russian 20K spend on facebook ads had zero impact on the 2016 election, because Trump voters don’t do facebook. Hey Wired, please keep pushing facebook as the voter message platform. Please, Please, Please keep up the effort.

    Now on the other hand, if the RNC could use the facebook platform to discourage Biden/Harris voting, you got something there. Watching the requests for money from the DNC is been an interesting experience. My anecdotally view is every request is to stop Trump with no platform. They still do not get it. People are looking for solutions and they are not delivering.

    The Facebook Defectors Turning Trump’s Strategy Against Him

    https://www.wired.com/story/acronym-facebook-defectors-turn-trump-playbook-against-him/

    At Facebook, Barnes once led a group whose mission was to show that ads could make people do things, like visit a Macy’s store after seeing the retailer’s ads online. Although Barnes and his colleagues had pipelines of receipts from the Macy’s data warehouse to track exactly who made a purchase, they couldn’t prove much. Measuring the tangible impact of the political ads is even more complicated. “My basic perspective,” he says, “is that we don’t know anything.” And as in 2016, they won’t know what they don’t know until the ballots are tallied.

    DUH, SO i SHOULD PAY YOU TO HELP ME OUT BECAUSE YOU DO NOT KNOW ANYTHING!? i REALLY QUESTION IF THEY HAD A PLAYBOOK AND IF IT REALLY WORKED.

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    • Penner says:

      I stopped my Discovery subscription about 15 years ago for the same reason. Although they were supposed to be focused on science, their articles were growing increasingly political — needless to say, the politics catered to the left.

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  26. Publius2016 says:

    Dear “Director” Wray,

    OHiden is former VP…Mike Pence is VP!

    Your use of terminology betrays the truth that you sir are Globalist Deep State Uniparty Think Tank Black Ops owned fool…how were you able to take the oath when you cow tow to China BLM Antifa SJWs?

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  27. sunnyflower5 says:

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  28. CopperTop says:

    Sidney’s thread today a retweet:

    HAHAAAHAHAHA

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  29. L4grasshopper says:

    WRT the story about Nashville’s progressive Mayor suppressing COVID results that did not support his draconian lockdown measures:

    Story broke Wed night by local Nashville TV station [FOX Ch 17]
    By Thursday it gained nationwide traction in non MSM media: Sundance article; Gateway Pundit; Tucker Carlson led with it. And Lara Ingraham had country star John Rich lamblast the Mayor live on her show.

    So..opened up this mornings Nashville newspaper— The Tennessean—to see how they would cover it.

    Nothing. Not a single mention. Anywhere.

    Last night Ch 17 updated their story, but only one of the 3 other stations mentioned it (Ch 2, the ABC affiliate)

    This is how the leftist media suppresses news that doesn’t fit their narrative. All. The. Time.

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  30. sunnyflower5 says:

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  31. sunnyflower5 says:

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  32. Plumnelly says:

    She has officially crossed over.

    Liked by 1 person

    • suncc49 says:

      LOL she has already been full goof, but wow…. I saw a clip of Joe responding to someone with a farming question in regards to the green new deal and he made zero sense lol

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      • teabag14 says:

        I watched the townhall presentation. To me, it seemed to end quite unexpectedly & abuptly after 3 breaks in pretty rapid succession. Immediately after AC ended it, I swear I heard Joe say, “Can I see my family now?”. Did anyone else catch that? I have looked for the full presentation online this AM & can’t find it to try & verify for myself. 🤷‍♀️

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      • Texsun says:

        Sleepy Joe was asked how he planned to reduce regulations on farmers and small businesses. He answered by talking about the chicken industry in Delaware. He described that they had a problem with chicken poop ending up in the Chesapeake Bay. He said they worked with the farmers to take the poop and extract the methane and to use the manure as fertilizer.

        This was crazy! Chicken farmers, as far back as I can remember, have always dried out the chicken poop and used it as fertilizer on their crops. They wouldn’t discard it into the Chesapeake.

        He went on to discuss how he would pay farmers to layout land and NOT grow crops. He also talked about using essential communist planning committees to tell farmers what to plant each year. Listen closely, these people are out and out soviet style communists!

        He never did answer the woman’s question. For someone who had the questions and answers already prepared, he was a definite fail.

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    • sunnyflower5 says:

      She cried on his shoulder over her dad.
      Women, children and shoulders are Biden’s speciality.

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    • She’s always been just another “dumb blonde”, who would be no where today if her last name was Smith, Jones, Ames, or anything other than “McCain”….She and Hiden have much in common.
      And John McCain was not a war hero….PDJT didn’t have to tell me that either.

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      • Debra says:

        I remember seeing articles of him when he got released from being a POW. My teacher at the time, had us write a letter to someone in the news for a penmanship assignment.

        I wrote to McCain and in my letter mentioned his ‘deformity’ — not his physical impediments, but his character flaws — would forever prevent him from his presidential aspirations.

        Were the sentiments of a ten year old girl that instrumental . . . .?

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    • Eric C. says:

      😂😂😂😂😂😂👍👍

      What planet (maybe even solar system) is she from?

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    • lida rose says:

      Wasn’t that ass Rick Wilson threatening her husband yesterday? It was a tweet on yesterday’s Pres. Thread.

      I don’t know how to find/post tweets.

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    • oldersoul says:

      … Meghan McCain knows a lot about toast. She has probably encountered more toast than most of us.

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    • L4grasshopper says:

      In the debates, Biden will not be spoon fed pre cleared questions by only Democrats.

      Oh wait…Chrissy Wallace in moderator 🙂

      But — Trump is there as well to contest 🙂

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  33. Marcia says:

    Retired Magistrate here: I see people on this post are thinking about who should run after President Trump in 2024. That is fine; however, we have to get President Trump re elected first or 2024 really isn’t going to matter a whole lot.

    So, if you can, please vote in person. If you are comfortable wearing a mask, Hazmat suit, plastic wrapping, etc. to go vote, have at it, just go vote in person. Make sure you check your vote to see that it accurately represents who you voted for. Then go home, hug your loved ones and pray that President Trump wins along with Republicans in the House and Senate.

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    • TheWanderingStar says:

      Good point. First thing first. As well, if we have learned any thing from PDJT, it is that we should wait and watch to see his enemies reveal themselves as they perceive opportunities (i.e. 2024). Their lust for power and fame will overcome them and then we shall know the appropriate candidate.

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  34. PaulCohen says:

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  35. Dora says:

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  36. lackawaxen123 says:

    We see multiple spontaneous Trump rallies in the form of massive boat and car parades in multiple states every weekend
    — and yet we have people here “worried” about the election because of the polls …
    We see massive crowds at planned Trump rallies
    — and yet we have people here “worried” about the election because of the polls …
    We see a dozen people at planned Biden rallies
    — and yet we have people here “worried” about the election because of the polls …
    We see thousands upon thousands of people who are Walking Away from the Democrat party to vote for Trump this cycle
    — and yet we have people here “worried” about the election because of the polls …
    In 2016 Hillary didn’t bother to campaign in many states … in 2020 Biden won’t campaign in ANY state …
    — and yet we have people here “worried” about the election because of the polls …

    Sure some Democrats will try to cheat this election LIKE THEY DO EVERY ELECTION … There are hundreds of lawyers in the wings ready to challenge them … and sure, being a poll watcher or election judge can help and I know there are tons of patriotic Americans who are setting up to do just that … outside of universal mailed ballots (Cali and NY) cheating with anonymous paper ballots is MUCH easier than with absentee ballots (thats what the Dems usually do … they just punch up a bunch of fake ballots WITH NO NAME on them and drop them in the box at a polling place …) but with absentee ballots, they have to 1) request a ballot 2) get sent ballot or go pick one up (which requires an ID) 3) then the ballot has to filled out and mailed or dropped off (again an ID)
    manufacturing 10,000 fake absentee ballots is a huge undertaking … and no way it can be done out of sight, too many people too much prep required …

    Some people simply can’t take yes for an answer … Its a horrid way to live your life … and it doesn’t change the outcome of this election one bit …

    As they say, the best defense can be a good offense … so lets stay positive, lean into life and work towards a win on Nov 3rd … Don’t give in to despair … worrying now about the outcome of the election means you worry for the next 60 days …

    Too many people, the question is “What do you worry about when you go to sleep at night ?” when a possible better question is “What can we do to make the Democrats worry about when they go to sleep at night ?”

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  37. sunnyflower5 says:

    Biden Campaign can’t control the local press— more difficult to receive pre submitted question and give teleprompter answers. They’re afraid of unknown entities.

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  38. guru1966 says:

    If you haven’t already, please consider giving financial support to the two LA Deputies who were ambushed last week.
    https://www.gofundme.com/f/back-the-bear?utm_source=customer&utm_campaign=m_pd+share-sheet&utm_medium=copy_link_all

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  39. msidaho says:

    Yay – Polish Americans – GO!
    https://www.americanthinker.com/blog/2020/09/polishamerican_voters_are_key_to_reelecting_president_trump.html
    As an American with 4 Polish grandparents, we kids were raised knowing adults were speaking Polish, but we had to be Americans. I am proudly one of the deplorable Trumpers!
    So, despite all the talk about blexit and latinos for Trump, could Polaks be the ones to carry the win?

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  40. sunnyflower5 says:

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  41. Pokey says:

    I just read an article on American Greatness and the idea is that Trump should demand to debate against Kamala Harris. I don’t think the Dems will pull this move until Biden has been given an out on a debate with Trump. But Trump should consider this as a rhetorical method of smoking the Democrap plans out into the open. Dems have no intention of letting any of their possibly real candidates debate against Trump and this would force them to show their non-debate plans before they plan to actually replace Biden. Their plan is to run this farce of a campaign down the throats of the voters and muck up the election results to a fair thee well. We need to start subverting the subversive plans now. I hope somebody in the Trump campaign reads this posting and discusses it and the article with the strategists. I have some experience with political campaigns and I think something like this could start the slow burn of the overall Democrap plan.

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    • Debra says:

      I have read that Kamala does not have a social security number . . .?

      I think she needs much further vetting before she is allowed to be in such close quarters with our VSGPDJT.

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    • rashomon says:

      PDJT shouldn’t give Harris the satisfaction of acknowledging her presence in this election. I fail to understand why someone in the Republican party at a federal level hasn’t filed suit against her being an illegal candidate for the office of vice president.

      Haven’t we been through this once before — especially over the last eight years — watching our country fractured into divisions unlike ever before by someone who really ididn’t care about the person on the street because he’s just arrived as an adult?.

      Not only have we become citizen vs. citizen, but at the beck and call of people from who-knows-where who are destroying our economy, our entrepreneurial spirit, our healthcare system. our historical monuments and narrative, our media, our social and religious freedoms, our rule of law and our individual rights — all the attributes that attract such seekers to American shores.

      Thanks, Soros. Thanks O’Zero. Thanks to all the frigging globalists who are JUST SO DARN SURE they are better than all the rest and, thus, will survive when the destruction ends.

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  42. trapper says:

    I put this up at Lucianne this morning, and thought I would share it here:

    By teaching the 1619 Project in public schools the left have crafted a test of what Trump Republicans truly believe, and it’s not a bad one at that. One of the issues we Trump Republicans have stood on is local control of education, Washington DC out of our schools. Get rid of No Child Left Behind, Common Core, perhaps even the DOE itself. But what happens when local schools decide to teach anti-American propaganda and lies in their schools? Uh oh.

    This is the test of what we TRULY believe. Do we do what Republicans have done in the past and become ideologues? Do we mindlessly stand on our “principles” as absolutes? Do we let the left force us to kill America rather than relent on “principles”? Or do we do what got us here in the first place, and rely on the COMMON SENSE God gave us above all else?

    “Washington out of education” is not an absolute. It is a guide. And when necessary, we abandon it for the sake of other things more important. So, yeah, a federal 1776 Commission to combat 1619 lies. Have at it, Mr. President.

    Trump Landslide 2020

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    • Pokey says:

      I do not share your fear on this subject. At the very least, we should outlaw labor unions in the public worker area. We should shut down the DOE because local control is easier for the people to correct when it gets abusive toward our kids. I don’t know how we deal with the States, because most all of them believe control of the schools is perfectly within their purview.

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    • Lady in Red says:

      I don’t know what to say. It seems no one is going to even try to do anything about it.

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      • warrprin1 says:

        I heard one of our Reps from the PA General Assembly interviewed on the radio this afternoon. In PA, only the Pennsylvania General Assembly – elected representatives of the people – has the Constitutional Right (State Constitution) to amend / alter / change / add to / subtract from PA Election Law.

        The PA Supremes, in their 5-2 unconstitutional decision, DO NOT have the law on their side. This “decision” is being legally challenged, and is far from over in PA. I hope that there is massive push-back in Michigan as well. Our son and his family reside in the land of the Witless Wonder.

        Tomorrow a.m. I will be at the county GOP office to participate in a sponsored training for poll workers. There will be discussion about this fresh new hell turn of events in PA. I intend to raise the question about the federal Postal Workers Union endorsement of the Dem ticket – the postal service employees who will be handling millions of ballots, whose national organization has just weighed-in for Biden. Conflict of interest doesn’t even begin to describe this travesty. This needs a lawsuit filed on behalf of the voters in each and all 50 states.

        It is past time for the Turning of the Screw against the lawless REGRESSIVE Dems.

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