September 19th – 2020 Presidential Politics – Trump Administration Day #1339

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1,467 Responses to September 19th – 2020 Presidential Politics – Trump Administration Day #1339

  1. MaineCoon says: article: “1,000+ Doctors Come Out Against COVID” at the Berlin Conference for Freedom and Peace, Anti-CV-19 Government Measures Press Conference”

    Embedded is a video of European Doctors representing a worldwide doctors association who are speaking out against this fake pandemic hoax, which they discuss is a re-run of anthrax/pig flu and one more hoax that has been done using the exact same language. They name US corps behind it and allude to people (Gates, etc.). RFK Jr is seated at this conference presser in support thereof.

    They categorically state research does not support this fake hoax. They state it’s about the economy.

    This is a worldwide hoax. This video gives one a worldwide perspective.

    Liked by 15 people

    • pyromancer76 says:

      Thank you, thank you, MaineCoon, for keeping this information – for freedom – for “everyone” to finally realize how many years these totalitarians have been planning our demise. Without letup. Without mercy. With every vile, evil intention humans possess.

      Our valiant President VSGDJTrump knows and has known from very early in his entrepreneurial life. If we give him the votes and our vigorous actions to protect the sanctity of the vote this November the tsumanis of votes in every state will spell the beginning of the end for these totalitarian fraudsters. And President Trump will be able to continue remaking the world for freedom – with our help and enlightened consent.

      Liked by 1 person

  2. CM-TX says:

    If you say so… 😏

    Liked by 20 people

  3. TeaganMass says:

    Nominate Monday
    Confirm Tuesday
    Swear in Wednesday
    President Trump owes the Democrats nothing. They have treated him and everyone surrounding him despicably for four years.

    Liked by 50 people

    • Teagan- RIGHT THE HELL ON!

      Liked by 8 people

    • L4grasshopper says:

      What magic beans are you going to use to get Romney, Murkowski, Collins, Sasse, Gardner, and a few others to ever do something like that?


      • mac says:

        There is a movie that might enlighten you on this matter. It was titled, “The Godfather.” The relevant part is the one about making someone “an offer they can’t refuse.”

        Liked by 5 people

      • WSB says:

        One hint at exposing their crimes should do it. Mitch has been at this for years. Why stop now?

        Liked by 4 people

      • Dekester says:

        F**k em.

        Nominate the Latino Justice that’s on PDJTs list. Check out her history.

        Then see how many Dems and scum RINO vote against her.

        Politically brilliant and Judicially sound at least from my limited perspective.

        God bless PDJT

        Liked by 2 people

      • The Demon Slick says:

        They all obey Mitch and everyone knows it. How else could a squish like Romney get a plum committee assignment? And keep it? When they oppose President Trump they do it on Mitchell’s orders, or at least with his blessing.

        Liked by 1 person

      • Koot Katmando says:

        Make the senate vote on the record. I think PDT and Mitch understand that we expect a nomination and a vote. If some senators will not vote then let them face the consequences at the ballot box.

        Liked by 2 people

      • BV Conservative says:

        McConnell could make them do whatever he wants. Note how the Dems always stick together. McConnell could pull them from committees, have the Republican Senatorial reelection committee not give them any money or assist with reelection, and make sure no benefits went to their states and that state republicans knew why. He just doesn’t because most of the GOP senators aren’t really conservative. They make it look like it is just one or two votes blocking something, like McCain on Obamacare, when the reality is most GOP senators want it blocked. Same thing happens on the Supreme Court. Roberts isn’t the only liberal GOP appointee. He just takes the heat in close cases so the newer justices can appear to be conservative.


      • Robert Smith says:

        I’d pay them.

        Isn’t that what gets them up in the morning?


      • doyouseemyvision says:

        Sasse is up for re-election and so is Mitch. Mitch has full control of the Repub Senate vote but stealthily play acts like he doesn’t.

        Not getting this done puts the entire 22 Republican senators up for re-election in Nov including Mitch in severe jeopardy and he probably won’t risk that. Trump can make this a Kentucky election issue to put the pressure on Mitch. Mitch is in a vulnerable position right now and is expected to do the right thing. That doesn’t mean there won’t will be drama inflicted by the Dems or the Repubs. Expect blood.


    • flatwesttx says:

      Yes and yes and yes indeed!


    • TeaganMass:
      Well said!
      At this point in time, Chief Justice Roberts has moved (and continues to move) way out of his purported zone of judicial philosophy. The shocking unpredictability of this man leads one to think the worst of his motives, and of his future performance. Ergo, in a time of national crisis, to not move swiftly to fill this vacancy with a reliable conservative is to expose the Nation to the outrage of Roberts’ judicial whims re our elections, our laws, and the very viability of our Republic.

      Liked by 8 people

      • TeaganMass says:

        I couldn’t agree more!


      • lackawaxen123 says:

        Roberts is now in the place between a rock and another rock … he doesn’t want a 4-4 split as that gives the power to the lower courts … he will want a clear decision from his court … which means it will need to be 5-3 … which means he is really going to be forced to be in the 5 … while he has been a squish on some issues, mainly social issues, when it comes to voting rights he has been conservative …


      • tpwbama says:

        This pick could very well determine the direction of this election by over ruling the fraud that most certainly will happen. This vote in the Senate will expose just how corrupt Romney and company are. Hopefully he will hear from his state who should draw the line with this vote.

        Liked by 1 person

    • mayflowerchild says:

      #Impeachment Payback

      Liked by 4 people

    • ladyliberty11 says:

      So right, TeaganMass.

      This message should be sent to the President at – along with a statement emphasizing the well-known fact that the unhinged Democrats plan to stop at nothing to cheat, lie and defraud citizens of their votes in the upcoming election and for weeks/months thereafter, causing a constitutional crisis.

      A tie in the Supreme Court could be a death knell to our Republic.

      Liked by 2 people

  4. TeaganMass says:

    Nominate Monday
    Confirm Tuesday
    Swear in Wednesday
    President Trump owes the Democrats nothing. They have treated him and everyone surrounding him despicably for four years.

    Liked by 11 people

  5. Patriot1783 says:

    Lol, Barry demands? As someone posted earlier, SC Justice role can be for life if they choose but do not extend into the afterlife. Anybody wonder why Sotero/Obama school records can’t be found?

    Liked by 7 people

  6. Charles Dodgson says:

    So, we are to believe that:
    A supreme court justice was so rabidly partisan that her “dying wish” was a nakedly political power move — not a message to her family and friends, nothing about God, but a demand for who gets to appoint her successor. How tremendously sad if true.

    And now faced with absolute proof that political partisanship was the dominant factor in the life of a SC Justice who is supposed to rule impartially, the opposition political party is supposed to honor her partisanship by acting in accordance to her political wishes?

    In what bizarre world would that make any kind of sense?

    Liked by 27 people

  7. Drogers says:

    I have no confidence Democrats will work to contain the riots on America’s horizon.

    If they are not quelled from the beginning by men and women of good character the smoke and fire will be visible miles away.

    Interesting times.

    Liked by 4 people

  8. son of mainecoonman says:

    I don’t know why it’s taken me so long to realise this but as RBG had terminal cancer why the hell didn’t she resign rather than hang on until the last unable to discharge her duties in a attempt to thwart the duly elected President?

    Speak no ill of the dead is a fine sentiment but shouldn’t be a get-out for some pretty low behaviour.

    Liked by 10 people

  9. Publius2016 says:

    OHiden has no passion so conveniently…RBG finally succumbs after 3 years in isolation?

    whatever…Globalist Chief Justice Roberts is still the deciding vote…VOTE WISELY FOOL!

    one thing about US Constitution, it was made by Geniuses Guided by God!

    it used to be an even number so any really divided issue would be regional and take prolonged political resolution…

    Dimms plan 13!

    Liked by 3 people

    • Publius- excellent article on The Biden Hoax from American Thinker. One of the best I’ve read so far.

      Liked by 14 people

      • Genie says:

        So many sharp insights in that article; thanks for sharing. Two that stood out to me:

        “Future generations will ridicule what passes for journalism today. An entire generation of journalists is, in fact, made up of shills — propagandists — eagerly participating in a con.”

        And the final paragraph:

        “The Biden Hoax is the crudest of the hoaxes yet perpetrated by Democrats and the left. They’re playing, perhaps, the last card in their deck of hoaxes. What comes next will have less to do with deception. What’s next is the fully unleashed rage of a flailing party and ism.”

        Liked by 12 people

        • Genie- and I think that the death of RBG is what will push them completely over the edge. We are in the ultimate battle between good and evil.
          Let us pray.

          Liked by 12 people

        • Genie:
          Yes, a wonderful article. But Republicans should be even more forthright about their motives than trying make nuanced, and unconvincing distinctions between Merrick Garland’s circumstance and RBG’s.

          Our constitutional system is based on a balance of power! Purely and simply!
          Garland did not get a hearing because Republicans held a majority in the Senate, and it did not advance the conservative cause to vote in an Obama Justice of the Supreme Court to shift the balance of power in favor of socialists.

          Now, however, it would definitely advance the conservative cause to seat a conservative Justice of the Supreme Court, and Republicans should proceed to do so with the urgency that their (our) cause and the Nation demand.

          Liked by 2 people

          • Publius2016 says:

            plus Scalia was murdered

            Liked by 1 person

            • I too believe that, based on the fact that the person who made the offer of the hunting trip and its location WAS NOT an acquaintance of the Justice. Scalia also went alone, and to a very remote place he had never been before, and in the company of no one he knew.
              If this was a plot, it was thought out from end to end.

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          • Doppler says:

            Great Post, Donald. The genius of our Founders shining through. Political power limited, divided and distributed, the processes for reaching power channeled from voters through the co-equal cycle of legislative, executive and judicial branches. All designed to dampen the impact of high political passions on the stability of our institutions.

            As these passions rise to the incendiary level, the most important task to me is to “uphold and defend the constitution against all enemies, foreign and domestic.”

            If our Republic of patriotic citizens is is to endure for a thousands years, let them always say, this was among our finest hours.

            Liked by 2 people

    • lackawaxen123 says:

      for him to be a deciding vote i.e. not a 4-4 tie he will have to vote in the 5 group … he doesn’t want the power to be in the lower courts hands … (a 4-4 tie means the lower courts ruling stands and thus they control not the Supremes) … especially if the lower court rules in favor of Trump he can’t do a darn thing to overturn it … so I would expect a 5-3 split in favor of Trump in any voting case …
      Just remember if the lower courts rules in Trumps favor its over … the worst Roberts can do is a 4-4 split …

      Liked by 1 person

  10. teeheeman says:

    The #WalkAway movement and its leader Brandon Straka are already having an impact on the Nov elections with their recent “Rescue America From The Radical Left” rallies in major cities across America. They are holding a major “#UNSILENT Majority March On Washington” on Sat, Oct 3 and need financial support. President Trump has tweeted support for WA and Brandon several times. WA is “taking action” which Sundance describes as essential to any cause. Please consider donating – WA is a 501c3 and contributions are tax deductible:

    Liked by 7 people

    • Do stop thinking about tomorrow says:

      It will be tough to beat the Occupy Wgite House Numbers.


    • blognificentbee says:

      Brandon is a great force in the MAGA movement, working daily to encourage Dems and those with non-traditional lifestyles to #WalkAway! The testimonies posted on FB are so moving. Another great young patriot blazing a path to MAGA is Scott Presler. New faces in our conservative movement that are faithful to President Trump – not controlled by the GOP.


  11. Zachary Navarre says:

    Check your state Senators twitter accounts.

    Mine are being overwhelmed with people pushing them to wait (virtually none of them even from the state the senators represent), most of them using RBGs “dying wish” nonsense. I refuse to engage on Twitter or even create an account, so I will be reaching out to my Senators by phone to encourage them to perform their duties.

    If you use Twitter, I would like to encourage you to reach out to your senator there and let them know what you expect of them. Be polite, be courteous and remember, on social media you are a representative of your own movement. Be better than the opposition.

    If you don’t use Twitter, I would like to encourage you to reach out by phone or whatever other means you can and let them know what you expect of them.

    All hands on deck!

    Liked by 2 people

    • Zachary Navarre says:

      These are the responses to Senator Purdues tweet simply acknowledging RBGs death. No mention of a replacement or anything. There is a concerted effort to control this playing out.


  12. Rosemary B says:

    this story is very very interesting…. some one here shared it? I believe so.
    View at
    All of this appears to be right on the spot. I spent all day reading this whilst tread milling
    Thank you to who ever shared it here.
    What do you think of this very very long piece?

    Liked by 1 person

  13. NJF says:


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  14. Rosemary B says:

    I wonder if Ginsburg really died yesterday….. or if this was so msm could spend the whole week-end drilling in the devastating sadness, sobbing grief from Harris/Obiden, and documented life and times of this grumpy lady

    Liked by 3 people

  15. sunnyflower5 says:

    President Trump Retweet

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  16. sunnyflower5 says:

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  17. She obviously made a major miscalculation in thinking Hillary would win in 2016, then she had to hold on 1) the cynic in me wonders how many of the last couple of 5/4 SC decisions were decided with her giving her proxy to Hagen or Sotomayer (not kosher but we will never know) and 2) her SUPPOSED dying wish was no replacement picked “until a NEW President is installed” (get it , a different President ) Without a doubt, she went to her grave hating that VSGT was President

    Liked by 10 people

  18. sunnyflower5 says:

    WP’s political overreach— as always.

    Liked by 3 people

  19. beach lover says:

    Anyone see Biden’s response to the news of RBG? I couldn’t believe how weak and frail he sounded…and of course he had every word written down for him. How anyone can ignore this is astounding to me.

    Liked by 1 person

  20. fatimadon says:

    RBG’s death will energize the left to new levels of hatred. She was a leader in the war against innocent life in the womb. Our Heavenly Father is giving our country a chance to repent for the abomination of abortion. This election is now about the culture of death versus the culture of life. This issue must be confronted directly with this nominee. Our country and each one of us will have to answer to God for our indifference to protecting the gift of life. To think God will continue to bless this nation without overturning Roe v. Wade is naive. If we fail to take up this battle now, Our Lord’s patience with our country may run out. The time for action to reverse the most heinous of all crimes is now.

    Liked by 9 people

  21. sync says:

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  22. tuskyou says:

    Please remember everyone:

    Robert Bork was Reagan’s pick for Supreme Court. Joe Biden was the head of the Senate Judiciary and blocked him. This was around the same time Biden was running for President but had to drop out after plagiarizing a speech.

    Liked by 11 people

  23. sync says:

    “Who might those populations be, Justice Ginsburg?” asked the Family Research Council in its daily E-mail to supporters last night. “The poor? Minorities? Persons with disabilities? Residents of Appalachia?”

    JUSTICE GINSBURG: Yes, the ruling about that surprised me. [Harris v. McRae—in 1980 the court upheld the Hyde Amendment, which forbids the use of Medicaid for abortions.] Frankly I had thought that at the time Roe was decided, there was concern about population growth and particularly growth in populations that we don’t want to have too many of. So that Roe was going to be then set up for Medicaid funding for abortion….”

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  24. Scarlet says:


    Profile photo, opens profile page on Twitter in a new tab
    Kaivan Shroff
    BREAKING: Americans shattered Democrat fundraising site ActBlue’s all-time record for donations in an hour the hour after RBG passed away.

    Then, an hour later, they broke that record too.

    Donations reached over $100,000 per minute.

    Proud of us all, turning sorrow into action.
    12:00 AM · Sep 19, 2020


  25. More Bore says:

    If we ever needed a more obvious sign of the control the DNC has over the mobs, its that their “siege on the WH” that was supposed to start on September 17 never materialized. Because it was only after they had planned it that they realized the violence was not playing well to the electorate.

    However, with the passing of RBG, if hearings are forced, I just do not think the left will be able to contain themselves and their brownshirts outside OR INSIDE the capital building. I do not want to see further bloodshed or the digital lynching of another fine American citizen thrown to the wolves… but we also need America to see what they are, and be reminded of it starkly that they cannot hide behind a smiling face until November 3.

    let it come.

    Liked by 3 people

    • paper doll says:

      Indeed.Honestly I’m tried of their constant threat to riot when not getting their way. Being holding that over the county’s head since since ’08 if the O didn’t win…..and actually doing it the last 100 days….buring down their own cities. Idiots.


    • Fortunately, Senate confirmation will be remote, and only a few will be in actual attendance, although the Kavanaugh hearing lady with the obstreperous voice might be audible anywhere in the DC area, no matter where she’s screaming.
      (re More Bore)


    • Robert Smith says:

      Hundreds were going to be arrested and get federal charges for the “typical” rioting things they do assault on federal officers, unlawful assembly, destruction of federal property, possession of unlawful weapons of all type.

      Plus, sedition charges.


    • pochas94 says:

      Yes, let it come. But be ready to deal with anything. Planning is important. Have a full range of options ready to go if needed. And be sure there are people ready to quickly deal with each and every one. A successful effort will play well with the electorate. No letting thugs run wild!


  26. Bogeyfree says:

    Get Ready!

    IMO the amount of leverage and blackmail pressure that is going to be exerted over the next 50 days is going to be through the roof.

    Every damning piece of personal information that these corrupt people have gathered and extracted from their illegal spying efforts, via the Hammer Program, the NSA Contractor Spying Program and the Congress IT Program during the years 2008-2017 will be used to the max!

    No stone or blackmail opportunity will go unturned. Nothing will be out of bounds. Every marker will be called in.

    Now the good news.

    IMO the left always go to far and I expect that in their quest to use every ounce of blackmail pressure to stop PT with his SC nominee, that somebody is going to crack and say enough is enough and comes forward to Barr with proof and evidence of their never ending blackmail tactics.

    I expect it to be someone from Congress that finally steps forward and tells the truth how personal information has been leveraged for years to gain votes, positions, money and power by the left because…………


    Stay tuned!

    Liked by 5 people

  27. pochas94 says:

    Curious about excess deaths worldwide in the context of the COVID outbreak I came across this. The assumption is that the COVID epidemic would push excess deaths upward, independent of testing, statistical manipulation, etc. And yes, there were excess deaths. Notice that Rio de Janeiro, a heavily populated area with minimal controls in place, is past its peak. Also Sweden, with only some control effort, is directly comparable to the US, with mask wearing and social distancing widely in effect.


    • Jason Ross says:

      Unless these death stats are fraudulent, excess deaths should invert to negative. Should have happened already in the US in my opinion.

      Since 98 percent of the deaths attributed to COVID are people who would have died in the weeks or months ahead anyway, these people won’t be around later to add to the typical death rate.

      Liked by 1 person

    • Scarlet says:

      Covid is C-over


  28. Bubby says:

    Will Mitch bring the Supreme Court nominee to a vote in the Senate knowing the decepticons + one (Sass?) will vote no in order to try to damage the nominee and President Trump just before the election? Just wondering?


    • joebkonobi says:

      I think the ones to worry about are Murkowski and Collins, both pro choice. PP will be trying to buy them off and I don’t think either of them want a conservative Court. Romney will likely join them but people in Utah will not forgive him if he does so he should think about that but he likely doesn’t care.

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  29. Sentient says:

    Why should President Trump wait until January 21st to nominate Ginsburg’s replacement? That makes no sense. Choosing her replacement is his responsibility- part of the job he was hired to do.

    Liked by 3 people

  30. benifranlkin says:

    Watch the President nominate a woman… conservative Justice Barbara Lagoa now on Florida Supreme Court. We got to get her seated fast. In 2021-22 there will probably be a few retirements from the Court …..Stephen Breyer who is now 82 and even Clarence Thomas whom I have heard has been talking about it. And don’t forget Sonia Sotomayor… issues with difficult to manage diabetes…not good for longevity.

    Liked by 1 person

    • jbowen82 says:

      This is a time where we need to be very tactical, unfortunately. I don’t know the Florida Supreme Court, but if we have a vacancy there, could that result in losing Florida’s electoral votes after the court challenge?


  31. noswamp says:

    So Ingraham, Rasmussen and other republicans feel that Trump should not put the country through the divisiveness of selecting a replacement for RBG.

    The Dems put the country through, illegal and unprecedented spying, fake Mueller probe, fake impeachment, most likely an intentional biological attack from China, and talk of a military coup.

    Makes one laugh! What would Schumer do if the roles were flipped?

    We have two people that will get the job done. One we already trust, POTUS, and the other we ONLY trust in his ability to confirm judges in the Senate: McConnell.

    History has lined up the two especially for this moment.

    Liked by 4 people

    • Deplore Able says:

      The only downside is that the Democrats will use the quick replacement of RBG as an excuse to increase the number of Justices to 11 or 13 the next time they control the House, Senate and Presidency. They will then pack the court just as FDR threatened to do.

      Liked by 1 person

    • joeknuckles says:

      What a ridiculous position Ingra-ham has taken. The Democrats are already planning an insurrection.

      At this point, what difference does it make?

      Make the nomination today, then fire Wray tomorrow just for good measure.

      Liked by 4 people

      • WSB says:

        I thought we were already in one.

        Liked by 5 people

        • Mr. Morris says:

          Absolutely agree WSB. Democrats have been on a four year jihad to disenfranchise millions of Trump voters. The Democrats have also activated their violent BLM and Antifa mobs.
          We are sick of their constant harassment, destruction, and intimidation.
          It is time to restore law and order. President Trump has a responsibility to fulfill his constitutional responsibility to nominate a Supreme Court Justice and the Senate to vote on the nominee. It will be the responsibility of Senate Republicans to show they mean what they say and vote for a conservative constitutionalist justice.
          A word of warning to Republican Senators, do not pull a McCain.

          Liked by 2 people

        • GB Bari says:

          Your thinking is correct.

          We are in one that the DemoCommies have pledged to continue and worsen if their candidate doesn’t win in a landslide.

          Liked by 2 people

  32. johnnyfandango says:

    The problem with the Ryan/Romney RINO – republicans is that when they are in power they are too timid to use it. They don’t want to offend. They tell conservatives stay quiet, be still, don’t vote for things that are controversial. I say fck that. Do you think if this was a DemocRAT controlled White House and Senate they would wield their power to vote in a new SCJ? Ya, right. Crying Chuck.
    Now we are going to hear you and Nazi lecture us about the Constitution, rules , traditions, decorum. These don’t count when you are in power but when you’re not we have to follow their Liberal interpretation of the rules and laws. Right…fckoff.
    Time to buckle up Repubs get it done. No hearings, we see what happens there, a total sh!t show. In fact why don’t we preempt and pack the court with all Conservatives…vote’m in.

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  33. Patience says:

    Hollywood coming out ?

    Didn’t catch her name…. and the interview ended for a commercial just before Fox n Friends ended,
    but some actress is ~>voting for Trump.

    She expressed concerns about people not being able to speak or question without being called “racist”.


    Liked by 4 people

    • pochas94 says:

      That would be major. Once you do a dastardly deed, and they all did, you are trapped forever in the Dungeon of Dastardly Deeds. To escape you must recognize what a Dastard you have been, and that is a tall order.

      Liked by 1 person

  34. NJF says:

    And there it is. The cold hard truth.

    Liked by 21 people

  35. sunnyflower5 says:

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  36. Speaking of Senate confirmation hearings getting completed before the election, and “why doesn’t President Trump …” this was reported yesterday about Sen. Thune slow-walking President Trump’s nominee for the FCC opening, who needs to be confirmed in order to deal with the social media monopolies censorship:

    If they were already leery about finishing This before the election, imagine what a wrench the SC confirmation process would throw into the barrel; we will be lucky to get either, much less both. Why? Because of REPUBLICANS stabbing us in the back.

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  37. Dora says:

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  38. 16 young people shot at a house party in Rochester NY, two dead. But don’t worry, they have sent their “Pathways to Peace Team” to the scene. ? Are we sending social workers to the scenes of mass shootings?

    It was meant only for a righteous and moral people … a people now long gone with the wind.

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  39. Sentient says:

    NO!!!!!!! To Amy Coney Barrett

    Liked by 2 people

    • sunnyflower5 says:

      Yeah and Catholics like Nancy and Joe can’t kill babies. Oh, wait.

      Liked by 5 people

    • bulwarker says:

      I have to agree. The fawning over her by no-nothing conservatives is disheartening. “But.. but… but, she’s a woman!”

      Liked by 2 people

    • Free Speech says:

      Yeah, she lost my approval when she sided with Governor Pritzker on placing harsher covid restrictions on church services than other ‘peaceful assemblies’ clearly indicated by the First Amendment. No to Coney-Barrett.

      Liked by 7 people

    • sunnyflower5 says:

      Kavanaugh is Catholic. Neil Gorsuch, who was raised Catholic and has attended an Episcopal Church. The other three (two) are ( were) Jewish.

      Dogma lives loudly in some but not others— so says Sen. Feinstein.


      • Sentient says:

        Not that particular religious dogma should enter into a Justice’s decisions, but Amy Coney Barrett doesn’t even understand Catholic dogma if she thinks capital punishment has been proscribed. It hasn’t. She’s just not that bright – or hasn’t used her intellect to fully explore the issue – which is kind of the same thing.

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  40. ohnoyoudonot says:

    “Hold the tape”

    Lindsey Graham probably meant the end of President Trump’s second term, but he is recorded in October 2018.

    “If an opening comes in the last year of President Trump’s term and the primary process is started, we’ll wait for the next election,” South Carolina Senator Lindsey Graham said during an interview with
    @JeffreyGoldberg in 2018.


    • Ninja7 says:

      Thank you for posting the link to the video, 7 minutes well spent. Am happy to see that there are still some young people who are NOT Brain DEAD. As an Actress she put it on the line. More importantly, it appears that the gray matter between her ears is actually functioning, for Hollywood a VERY rare occurrence

      Most actors and actresses in Hollywood can only parrot a script. She may have issues getting future work, Will have to pay attention and support any work that she is in.🤔

      Liked by 1 person

    • Robert Smith says:

      Likely the end of her career, but kudos for saying it.


  41. FreedomNinja says:

    If the SCOTUS position is not filled until after the election, that is even more motivation for the Dimwits to participate in voter fraud— not just a Harris administration, but a Harris administration that would choose a terrible nominee. If a SCOTUS nominee is confirmed before the election, it will drain at least a bit of energetic air from that voter fraud bubble.

    Liked by 4 people

    • gsonFIT says:

      I believe it will bring more uniparty Republicans and never Trump conservative out than the left simply because the above conservative demographic would tend to show up to vote more that the left’s.

      A big part of left’s new base is young extreme liberals very near the Socialist level on the political spectrum. A rainy day or a hangover can really effect this groups turnout.


  42. Alex1689 says:

    Apparently, if you were ever a registered Dem or contributed to a Dem candidate in the last 30 years, PP through big data now has your cell phone number, cause they would have to go back pretty far for me.

    Received a text asking people to gather tonight at the SC for a “remembrance” and a political rally to demand no appointment. I imagine every single person who was there for the pussy hat march will be in the streets of DC tonight.

    This is it.

    All the marbles.

    The election goes to the S Ct. I think they think they can hold a tie coming up from one of the circuits that has not yet flipped, with Roberts showing who are his true masters. But if there is an appointment, they lose – and probably Robert’s votes with the majority to save himself and his unmasking.
    Gotta get it done.


  43. jim says:

    Romney spox:

    Liked by 3 people

    • gsonFIT says:

      I understand why dem principals and power brokers make these wishful and typically false comments, but why do their constituents always seem to fall for it?


  44. MrACC says:

    How “sure” the libs must be that they’ll win in November that they’re pushing so hard to wait for “the next” president to nominate RBG’s replacement!!
    How are we going to stop them from stealing this election? I am confident POTUS Trump won’t let that happen. Plus, God is in control, all praise and glory be to Him.


    • Ken Lawson says:

      They are sure because they’ve unveiled their plan to steal the election. There will be riots and violence like we’ve never seen if Trump claims victory. They’re promising that and telling the public that he stole the election before and they won’t allow it now. This is EXACTLY like the methods used for Marxist takeovers.

      As for your point that God is in control, I absolutely agree. But we have to remember that the American people are terribly sinful and live awful lives. II Chronicles 7:14 tells us that God will restore the nation if the people turn from their sin and live for Him. Americans have not done that. We should not be surprised, then, if He decides that now is the time He will remove His hand of blessing from America. It is quite possible the American people have taken advantage of His blessings too long without doing what He requires.

      So, yes, God is in control but we better be prepared that He may choose that this is when His blessing ceases.

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      • Agree with both of you that God is in control, but never forget that he expects US to serve as his hands and feet and mouth. He acts through us, so we have a heavy responsibility to get it right.

        All of our anguishing is for nothing if we don’t be the ones we are waiting for, per SD. Did the apostles see Jesus after the Resurrection and say, “Oh, he really was the Son of God,” but just accepted it and told no one? THAT wouldn’t have changed the world.

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        • Ken Lawson says:

          ” Did the apostles see Jesus after the Resurrection and say, “Oh, he really was the Son of God,” but just accepted it and told no one? THAT wouldn’t have changed the world.”



  45. Sentient says:

    Amy Coney Barrett’s dim-witted obeisance to what she mistakenly thinks is “Catholic teaching” (it’s not) is especially dangerous when a socialist antipope promulgates malign policies. More importantly, her “church first” position is anti-Constitution and has thankfully been rejected by other Catholic Justices like Scalia, Alito and Thomas.

    The fact that many here don’t like Ann Coulter (with reason) doesn’t change the fact that she’s right here. Read the article she likes here. Comey-Barrett could prove far worse than Roberts.

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  46. Dora says:

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  47. somebody needs to corner mitt/susan/lisa on their way to the lav and ask if they will be prepared
    to quickly reverse their confirmation vote/decision if the nation gets mired in a post election
    fraud mail-in vote-a-thon?


  48. jeans2nd says:

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