September 21st – 2020 Presidential Politics – Trump Administration Day #1341

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1,121 Responses to September 21st – 2020 Presidential Politics – Trump Administration Day #1341

  1. bertdilbert says:

    So Pelosi says she has a quiver full of arrows. I think her quiver is empty. The old Sun Tzu wisdom, when weak appear strong, when strong, appear weak.

    Her bag of tricks is empty.

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  2. islandpalmtrees says:

    The better question is, why is an FBI agent afraid to speak out on Hillary Clinton corruption and why is the U.S. State Department being allowed to protect, George Soros?

    Since the U.S. State Department works for Mike Pompeo is he behind this censorship?

    Why is FOX afraid of sharing the truth about George Soros on the air?

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    • WSB says:

      Definite media collusion. While we’re at it, Marie H(B)arf should be interviewed by the DOJ.

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    • Leaving says:

      The government bureaucracy is big, VERY big (every department has a lot of people in it). To run a large organization you have to delegate responsibility. The head of a well run organization CAN’T know all of the details (as in, it’s not possibly unless he is micromanaging). It’s not hard for a small or even medium group within such a large organization to be rogue and hide it from the larger group.

      This is how “the swamp” practically works whenever they don’t align with who the people have elected.

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      • thedoc00 says:

        How right you are. The State Department has over 70,000 no-appointed staff members, who have been hired over the past 24 years (Clinton-Bush II – Obama) and loyalty test for 8 years under Obama. Secretary Pompeo has a choice, either mole hunt 1 by 1 or execute policy and kill moles as they appear. Mitch McConnell has ensured none of the President’s Men can do both by restricting appointments.

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    • Snellvillebob says:

      In the 1990s Soros bankrupted the British economy and by shorting the market made his first $ billion. He fled to France where he was thrown in prison for money manipulations (that $ billion had to be moved to France). Soon thereafter he was bought out of prison, brought to the USA, then made a US Citizen in record time.
      Now, who do you think could do such a thing just to have a person who can crash a second world country’s economy in their toolbox?

      Soros is CIA.

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    • Ozark says:

      Make sure everyone claps and cheers loudly when Fox News is #1 in the ratings.

      Liked by 1 person

  3. Publius2016 says:

    why is twitter suppressing this 45 tweet???

    Liked by 18 people

  4. ohnoyoudonot says:

    America First Action, a pro-Trump super PAC is running an ad in Pa. on Biden and fracking, featuring Shawn Steffee, business agent of Boilermakers Local 154.

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    • ohnoyoudonot says:

      “The move towards Trump is showing up in another poll: Rasmussen reported on September 3 that the contestants for the White House “are running dead even in Pennsylvania” among likely voters.”

      Latest Poll: Rust Belt Voters Support Fracking

      As The New American reported on Thursday, the Trump campaign has formulated seven “paths” to the White House for the president and each one of them goes through Pennsylvania.

      The move towards Trump is showing up in another poll: Rasmussen reported on September 3 that the contestants for the White House “are running dead even in Pennsylvania” among likely voters. In addition, Rasmussen reported that currently Trump is carrying 86 percent of the Republican vote “and leads among voters not affiliated with either major party by 11 points.”

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  5. jeans2nd says:

    Before debating any judge’s merits, etc., double check on SCOTUSBlog.
    Here is Judge Joan Larson –
    https://www.scotusblog.com/2017/01/potential-nominee-profile-joan-larsen/

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    • Publius2016 says:

      I had her as the Kavanaugh pick

      Barrett seems “too perfect”

      like why adopt two Haitian babies with a super demanding career?

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      • Leaving says:

        Because you can’t have children of your own and you want to bring more love into your home.

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        • Publius2016 says:

          she had 5 children already…

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          • Leaving says:

            so. . . what you are saying is. . . .

            There is a limit to how much love you want in your home.

            I have to respectfully disagree.

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            • Publius2016 says:

              no…I’m saying it seems “too perfect”

              definitely alot to like about Barrett but for me seems “too perfect” especially for a federal judge where they are to be above politics…seems like something a Hollywood Liberal would do to showcase their generosity…

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              • bulwarker says:

                I get the same feeling from her. Plus, I can find nothing about how she feels about immigration, 2A, 4A, etc. Everything seems to be focused of Roe/Wade.

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              • Peoria Jones says:

                I completely understand you, Publius. Sets off my spidey-senses, too.

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              • Dekester says:

                Agreed 2016,

                As I said yesterday. Look at her eyes.

                Experienced guys run from them.

                She is a Liberal, and gets applause her because of the one issue.

                Is that not just what Democrats do?

                God bless PDJT

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              • albertus magnus says:

                Well if the only thing people can criticize about her is that she is “too perfect” or that they cant figure out where they stand because they need it spelled out in a 10 page paper since they can discern if from her testimony and past judicial rulings, I guess she must be pretty good.

                Of course,, if people’s motivation is to oppose her for being too prolife or too Catholic, they have to find SOMETHING to criticize her over.

                Not accusing you but pointing out that here at the Treehouse, she is actually the “perfect” nominee for what most claim to support, but dang it she is just too…..fill in the blank.

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            • Alligator Gar says:

              There is definitely a limit on how much time you can spend with you kids when you have a demanding career. For kids, parental time is love, so yeah, there is a limit on how many kids you SHOULD have in your home. Collecting them like potato chips just to have more is criminal, in my book. You never get quality time with the kids alone and your elder kids raise the younger ones like they did in that batty Duggar train wreck.

              Hey, did Amy The Collector get the Haitians from Hillary’s friend who tried to smuggle stolen Haitian kids across into the DR?

              Hey, Mr. President! Kick this virtue-signaling collector aside and get us a real conservative jurist who is committed to the job of being a judge. Please get a single-minded person for once and not a beta male or mushy Mommykins. This country needs a HARDENED fighter on the bench.

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              • Leaving says:

                How many would you say should be the maximum number of kids anyone is allowed to have?

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                • Eileen McRae says:

                  I grew up with 9 children in the family. My father had 14 in his family. We all survived and prospered even though we were dirt poor. We had the necessary drive and intelligence to make something of our lives.

                  Today, anyone having a family of these sizes would probably be ostracized.

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                • Bugsdaddy says:

                  Thank you for standing up to this nonsense Leaving.

                  Signed, #13 of 16 children (5 adopted, but I don’t know which ones were, cuz we were ALL LOVED)!.

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          • rpcoastie says:

            If Barrett says she’ll recluse herself on issues involving abortion because of her religion what’s the point of having her because she’s pro-life????

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          • sunnyflower5 says:

            They may be a very beautiful story as to how the children came into their lives.

            Coming from a very large family myself:
            There is no remedy for love but to love more.
            Henry David Thoreau

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      • Guyski says:

        This is a valid question.

        Adopting babies from Haiti may be well intended; especially for just average Americans, but care should be taken for someone in a political profession like Amy Coney Barrett. There seems to be a business/profit aspect to Haitian adoptions. 🤔

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        • Guyski says:

          The more I think about it, she needs to be very careful; especially in this political climate. The good deed of adopting two children from Haiti, can easily go to: ‘Privilege white woman buys two black babies from Haiti.’

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        • johnnyfandango says:

          Nonsense. The only person who did any political profiting from Haiti were the Clintons.
          View Clinton Cash online. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kp2akjuUULI
          Starting at 16.43 mins in.

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        • Flabbergasted says:

          It’s really not a valid question without any context, nor is guessing why someone would want several children or to adopt children in addition to having their own. If there was evidence of neglect, then maybe a valid question. I’m more concerned with your allegations concerning “Haitian adoptions” and wonder if you have an issue with children from Haiti? See how that works?

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          • Publius2016 says:

            what’s the context…same issue whether the babies were from Argentina or Colombia…Point was that it seems “too perfect” so expressed concern…Like Judge Hardiman, Barrett many not be in the running as she was definitely number 2 for Kavanaugh seat based upon information at the time…it is possible 45 selects her now…just a feeling that it seems the act of someone who is signaling look at me like Hollywood actress Angelina Jolie…

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            • Flabbergasted says:

              I would argue that it may be naive to think that most people angling to become federal judges are not “working” their resumes. I know two federal judges and both worked hard toward resumes that were “nomination” worthy. Perhaps hiring and mentoring an inordinate amount of female law clerks should raise equal suspicion – see Justice K (whom I wholeheartedly support). Just one example.

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      • Snellvillebob says:

        Because they needed a family? It is also possible that her own children were mid-teenage and they wanted to start a new family. My wife does that with cats.

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      • dayallaxeded says:

        I see this produced a huge thread. Unnecessary, but unsurprising, since it’s an idiotic, demeaning (mostly self-inflicted on you, Publius’16) rhetorical question. Period.

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        • Publius2016 says:

          why unnecessary when many comment on very interesting points like Globalist Chief Justice Roberts who was supposedly extorted for his rulings because he adopted two children “illegally”…Supreme Court selection for Barrett may be in the cards but personally raises a red flag…seems like an episode of ABC Family The Fosters…

          picking Roberts as Chief Justice when Antonin Scalia was clearly the most qualified is one of 43’s most egregious terrible decisions on par with Iraq War!

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          • dayallaxeded says:

            Christian adoption is a noble, beautiful, and loving thing to do. Suggesting without the slightest evidence that it’s a weakness or that there’s some ulterior motive is sick and disgusting. The BS about Roberts’ adoption “issues” has never been proven, nor even any evidence to support it developed. On the common sense level, I seriously doubt the chief justice of SCOTUS is worried about a threat of litigation. Shoot, by now, the kids are probably over 18, mooting any question.

            While I agree that Roberts’ performance has been disappointing, especially with respect to FISA supervision, every one of his opinions that has inflamed conservatives has actually been well-reasoned and based on sound legal principles. He also, in both the Obamao-don’t-care and DACA decisions, provided very clear roadmaps for executive and/or legislative action to achieve the desired goal in accordance with conservative, constitutional principles. The fact that those roadmaps haven’t been followed is mostly on Turtle and his RINO-uniparty cadres.

            Scalia was a huge intellectual, legal giant among some midgets and much smaller giants on SCOTUS. I would have been very pleased if he had been elevated to Chief. Shrub was a globalist toady–effectively just a place holder between Klinton Krime Kartel regimes, though Obamao upset that plan slightly. Consequently, we should be very glad that Roberts isn’t worse than he has been and is at least predictable, if you understand the very conservative, overly deferential legal principles he appears to view as his guiding lights.

            All of the above shows why your disparaging comment about ACB’s wonderful, generous, Christian adoption of two children who otherwise would likely have died or lived horrible lives was unnecessary, as is the entire thread discussing it–except, imho, this comment, which should, again be the period that closes it for good.

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    • Tellthetruth2016 says:

      As soon as I read she donated to Romney the snake campaign gave me pause

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    • dayallaxeded says:

      Good bio. Good Mid-west bonafides. Like her e-cards, too. /s/

      Liked by 1 person

  6. delighteddeplorable says:

    Rush is on fire right now. He’s clearly ecstatic with current developments and it’s great to hear. 👍

    Liked by 4 people

  7. Cathy Phelps says:

    Is this week when we will hear from Barr on indictments or the status of the investigation? I hope it is before the debates!

    Liked by 2 people

    • Nigella says:

      I clearly heard it would be by the end of summer… Tomorrow the 22nd is the “end” of summer…

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    • Cam Heck says:

      Debates will be cancelled. Joe is scheduled to be diagnosed with COVID this week.

      Liked by 5 people

      • COVID excusism, works most of the time.

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        • Judith says:

          If only Demonrats believed in Hydroxychloroquine + Zinc they wouldn’t suffer from SARS-COV-2.

          Wait for that “vaccine”.. It will be here any day now, Corn Pop… /sarc

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      • bulwarker says:

        I doubt it. He’ll show up and handle himself the same way he did during the primary debates. The reason he looks so bad in the above video is because this address was unplanned and on what was supposed to be a recovery day.

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      • Tracy Beanz:
        The remarkable thing here about Biden is how he is playing the ‘Catholic’ angle.
        Joe is Roman Catholic. Judge Amy Coney Barrett is FAMOUSLY Roman Catholic.
        And the election will be decided likely, as happened in 2004, by Roman Catholic strongholds in PA, WI, MI, and others.
        Joe already made a wisecrack about the “PROTESTANT” burned-out St. Johns’ Episcopal Church where the President undertook his historic march and then made his ‘peaceful protest’ by holding up the Holy Bible.

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        • (cont.)
          Forgot to point out the ‘overt’ Catholic reference by Biden of his having “gone to Mass” to pray for Ruth Bader Ginsburg.
          This is not the usual phraseology in political circles when one virtue-signals about church-attendance.

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    • Dutchman says:

      Oh, for cripes sake, I didn’t realise there were still people “hoping” for Barr/Durham to do something substantive (indictments) on the first coup attempt.

      Does Huber 2.0 mean NOTHING to you?
      PDJT did NOT pick Barr, McConnell and Bush did. WHY would anyone think McConnell, one of the masterminds of the coup, would confirm the appointment of an A.G., that,would pursue,indictments in the coup McConnell himself initiated?

      Sessions ‘recused’ himself from ‘all things Russia related.
      Barr has taken a different path to the same place; refusing to investigate any information originating from the “political silo”. Hello, the biggest POLITICAL crime in history has occurred.
      If you refuse to investigate any info coming from “the Political silo”, you have effectively recused you, your department and,Durham from investigating the coup.

      Duh,…

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    • hokkoda says:

      This is sarcasm, right? I mean, I remember being told “late Spring” by Barr last DECEMBER.

      Expect them to do absolutely nothing at all of significance. Be pleasantly surprised to be proven wrong. Trust your inner cynic on this one. The Government Party is incapable of policing its own.

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  8. WeThePeople2016 says:

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  9. ncbirdnerd says:

    Rush Limbaugh just said that the SCOTUS confirmation should go straight to the Senate floor. Bypass the Judiciary, it’s not a requirement. Bingo!

    Democrats explode!

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  10. WeThePeople2016 says:

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    • Publius2016 says:

      uh oh…10 feet now lol

      personally hates seeing 6 6 6 everywhere

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      • I see their 10ft and raise them to 20ft.
        Or as far as flatulent can travel.

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      • PS says:

        The 6-feet comes from 2-meter separation which was a common practice in France and Spain. 1-meter of separation was a standard CDC recommendation in place since 1946 based on high speed photos of sneeze droplets.

        1-meter separation is standard “personal space” in restaurants and general commerce. In other words, practically no disruption in any practice. A Lancet study in June 2020 supported this, that 2-meter separation versus a (mask policy plus 1-meter separation) was only better by 3%. It was widely criticized.

        2-meter is a drastic cultural change, redefining occupancy limits and allowing the government to regulate everything about everything. Guess which one the government chose?

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    • doyouseemyvision says:

      As a reminder, Rosenstein’s sister is director of the National Center for Immunization and Respiratory Diseases at the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.

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    • Eagle Driver says:

      PLEASE STAND BY WHILE THE CDC READIES NEW GUIDELINES FOR COVID-19…ANNNNNNNNND IT TRAVELS BY AIR….HMMMMMM!!!!!
      Question: if it travels by air, then why are airliners flying, why are there people that stand-should-to-shoulder at riots in DEMOCRATIC CITIES??? Inquiring minds want to know…WHAT EXACTLY ARE THE GUIDELINES, SINCE THE GUIDELINES KEEP CHANGING?

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    • soozword says:

      I can’t keep track of all their reversals.

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    • cjzak says:

      i don’t get it. This was all shown a long time ago. Virus is airborne and supposedly can travel more than 6 ft. with a cough or sneeze. What’s new here? We all saw the videos of them testing this.

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  11. PaulCohen says:

    Schumer is such a perfectly ridiculous CLOWN:

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    • Publius2016 says:

      US Constitution says Supreme Court during “good behavior” not after death!

      RBG finally listed as officially dead though most likely two years ago…so sorry time for replacement…

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    • B Woodward says:

      Ginsburg: My wish is I will not be replaced until a new president is installed.

      It’s hard to say what her state of mind was at the very end. But wasn’t that Ginsburg’s wish when “Born in Kenya” Obama was occupying the White House? She could have retired then. But no. Obviously she didn’t want the usurper naming her replacement. So Trump is the new President and he is going to fulfill her wish. Get over it.

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      • Risa says:

        Ginsburg may have been racist.

        In all her years on the Supreme Court she had only ONE Black law clerk.

        Prior to that, she had NONE.

        Source: that bastion of Conservative thought, the Washington Post.

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    • oldersoul says:

      Like a snake oil salesman.

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    • gabytango says:

      Sorry, Chuck, but that seat did NOT belong to RBG, it belongs to WE, THE PEOPLE! She doesn’t get to dictate who succeeds her. Let’s not pretend she even said those words, much less think she belonged to Make-a-Wish Foundation!

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    • gabytango says:

      Chuckie is very much resembling Shifty-Schiff when he made up the lying conversation of the President’s phone call with the Ukrainian President.

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    • RAC says:

      A deathbed confession can have legal standing in certain circumstances, but I can’t find anything about deathbed wishes.
      If wishes were horses then beggars would ride.

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    • John says:

      Will the ‘Real Cardboard Cutout’ please stand up!

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    • starfcker says:

      Does anybody really use the word “fervent” in a spoken sentence?

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  12. islandpalmtrees says:

    Victoria Toensing is not permitted back on Fox News since she was speaking out against George Sores.

    According to information on the internet, George Sores helped to create the COVID-19 virus in China in a cooperative with it’s military. So why is Fox News not investigating this instead of harassing people who have negative views of Soros?

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  13. Publius2016 says:

    anyone else seeing this??? Fake News is beyond exposed!

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  14. PaulCohen says:

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    • ncbirdnwrd says:

      I would definitely regurgitate that food…no thought required.

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    • cjzak says:

      Yuck and double yuck. The Dem voters who didn’t want Harris to begin with will now be stuck with her and they get loose teeth Nan from SAn Fran in the bargain too?? If I was a Dem I’d be very angry that I was completely ignored by the party elite onwho my choice of candidates were.

      The rest of us will be waiting to act on whatever the Dems drop before election day. October is just a short few days away. Bring it on.

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  15. arlette says:

    Has anyone looked at Martha Pacold?

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  16. fangdog says:

    How can anyone vote for highly compromised Biden to run the United States? It is because it has nothing to do with Biden. It has everything to do with a Communist-style government of corruption, crime and complete control of the people.

    The fact there are so many who “favor Biden” gives reason to believe how close the United States is to becoming a communist-style government. Those who prefer freedom and a constitutional style government has cause for great concern. The question is how did it get to this point and how to correct it? Trump is doing all in his power and the people are positively responding.

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  17. WeThePeople2016:
    I would place a pile of chips on the square that says ‘Amy Coney Barrett.’
    Remember (for those that noticed) that Biden, in conversation with his ‘look-alike’ Anderson Cooper, criticized the President’s march over to burned-out St. John’s Church, by asking, in effect, ‘And what about the President’s march to that PROTESTANT CHURCH, what was that all about??’
    Biden’s question targets Catholic voters. Amy Coney Barrett taught law ‘full time’ at Notre Dame University. She is deeply, and sincerely Roman Catholic. Pennsylvania, Wisconsin, Illinois, Minnesota, and Michigan have many Catholic strongholds in their states.

    And she is also a magnificent jurist in the traditional sense of the word.
    I would have chosen her over Kavanaugh, or Gorsuch.

    Also, there are online interviews with her. Look them up! But warning: they are geared to those interested in the weeds of the law.

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    • (cont.)
      In all my years of following politics, I think Biden’s PROTESTANT CHURCH comment is as big a political blunder as any I’ve seen or heard.
      The United States was founded on the ideal that sectarian, religious wars and rivalries would play no role in the structure of our society or government.
      Yet Biden runs enthusiastically toward this notion that Sectarianism is a lofty, American virtue!!
      U N B E L I E V A B L E!

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    • Ken Lawson says:

      I would have chosen Coney Barrett over Kavanaugh or Gorsuch, too, and now I realize I would have been wrong. Coney Barrett is not who you think she is. Yes, she’s a devout Catholic and that could be fine, but there’s more you should know. Here’s a link to an article written by a conservative Catholic patriot that attends her church: https://humanevents.com/2019/10/07/rejoinder-is-amy-coney-barrett-the-best-choice-for-scotus/

      After that I don’t think she should be considered. Too many doubts about what she’d do in a pinch. We need a justice who would handle things like Thomas does.

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  18. magatrump says:

    I really hope its not Lagoa. She is cuban and would help somewhat with Florida. But if you look at reputable pollsters, President trump already has Florida. Their really is not too much available on her as far as how she would vote. I don’t like the way the whole Florida crew is lobbying for her.

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    • More Bore says:

      IMO the reason to choose her would be age – we need someone who stays on the court for 20+ years.

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    • Publius2016 says:

      theres alot to like about Lagoa…main issue for me is experience on Federal Bench…however, she does have vast State Court experience and was already confirmed by THIS CONGRESS 80 to 15!! Her file would not need more Judiciary Committee review as the same Senators have already reviewed the file…She is also a Bush Baby so helps unite Republican Party even more but of course that is a demerit as well…

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    • The Akh says:

      She is out of the running already, and I seriously doubt Trump needs help with the Cuban vote.

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  19. Eric says:

    If Trump wins Bucks County, the Dems are in serious, serious trouble.

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    • Nepanyrush says:

      If there is one vote per registered voter.

      Reminds me of a joke: “I just found out that my dad, a lifelong conservative Republican, just voted by mail for Joe Biden. He would never have done that while he was alive.”

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    • Tess from Philly says:

      Well Trump only lost Bucks County last time by .8% – so less than a point. It’s easy to believe he can win it and still lose PA. PA is going to be a nail biter. The Dems here are pushing very, very hard for mail in ballot (fraud). Biden signs are all over the place. On the bright side, I do think Trump will get more of the Philadelphia suburban Jewish vote this time. But people who don’t live here cannot imagine the breadth and depth of the TDS. People everywhere afflicted with absolute hatred for our Prez. And people consumed by hate will justify anything (think voter massive fraud). I fully expect trunkloads of ballots to be found after election day. I’m doing what I can to stop fraud, but the corruption within the Democratic party here runs very, very deep.

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      • benifranlkin says:

        A lot of TDS pathology on the hoof in Philly for sure. Our strategy must be to overwhelm their votes with the rest of PA’s. Push on and don’t look back.

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      • Oscar Oddpicker says:

        Hello Tess. I was in your city last week. Biden signs were plentiful – slightly more than I see in Chicago city limits near where I live.

        My serious question to you and all Treepers: what sensible steps can conservatives like me take to fight election fraud and bogus mail in ballots, etc.?

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  20. Mlw says:

    Toledo Ohio here….MAGA rally at Toledo airport at 7pm! Friends already there along with thousands more. Shuttles every 10 to 15 min…people have abandoned and parked their cars all along airport highway.

    It’s a fashionable fight, we’ve brought the finest people!

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  21. Tornorosa says:

    H/T Jenna Ellis, counselor to PDJT

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  22. B Woodward says:

    This is a Charlie Kirk video from a few months back. I just watched it and it’s worth posting for those who have not seen it. My neighbor said she is ready to go vote right now.

    The Best Argument for President Trump’s Re-Election. Donald Trump is the only candidate who deserves your vote this November. Not convinced? Here’s why.

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  23. Troublemaker10 says:

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  24. bertdilbert says:

    FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
    Monday, September 21, 2020
    Department Of Justice Identifies New York City, Portland And Seattle As Jurisdictions Permitting Violence And Destruction Of Property
    Identification is Response to Presidential Memorandum Reviewing Federal Funding to State and Local Governments that are Permitting Anarchy, Violence, and Destruction in American Cities

    https://www.justice.gov/opa/pr/department-justice-identifies-new-york-city-portland-and-seattle-jurisdictions-permitting

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  25. sunnydaze says:

    I guess this is the Emmy’s last nite. And Portland (?) a couple nites ago. So Hollywood is pushing this stuff now. If your kids are in P.S., keep up to make sure they’re not be indoctrinated into the “Repeat after Me” thang.

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  26. Todd says:

    Who does Mark Levin like for SC ?

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  27. MomsForTrump says:

    So yesterday Biden called on Republicans to “cool the flames”. Then later AOC said Mitch McConnell was “playing with fire”.

    Hmmmm….. think there’s a message there??

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  28. arlette says:

    Rarely post but am because I would very much appreciate treepers thoughts, opinions on Martha Pacold-recently added to list.

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  29. Nick the Deplorable says:

    If you run over a rioter in the street you are not liable.

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    • sunnydaze says:

      A LOT of people in CA., WA., OR. and N.Y. are *wishing* they had a Gov. like this one.

      What a great Gov.!

      Let ’em know before hand what the consequences will be if they pull that sh*t in FL.

      Any Florida wannabe anarchists, get your butts off to a Blue State if you wanna have your “fun”. A state where you’ll get your “get out of jail free card” no matter WHAT you do.

      Any Dem Mayor in FL., pack it up and move to a state where the $$$ will still be coming your way no matter what kind of sh*t you pull in your city.

      DeSantis Rocks!

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    • Hans says:

      That’s my Governor… 👍👍👍👍

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    • Plumnelly says:

      Thanking God that I live in Florida. It seems like I live in another world when I read some of the remarks on here from Blue state posters.

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  30. Todd says:

    Sundance can you make a list of your top 5 SC choices in the order you prefer?? Thank you

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  31. jimboct says:

    My guess about Pelosi and her quiver. She will try and get chuck u to drag things out until the government stops being funded. She won’t pass a funding bill unless VSGPDJT agrees to pull a nomination.
    This is why a fast vote is needed. Don’t give her a chance with her quiver.

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  32. rondo123456 says:

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  33. sunnydaze says:

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  34. Troublemaker10 says:

    Excerpt:

    Records obtained by Just the News show State official George Kent reported concerns in early 2015 that Burisma had just paid a $7 million bribe to Ukrainian officials to try to make the corruption investigations against it go away.

    Kent reported the bribe successfully undercut FBI efforts to help secure an asset forfeiture against Burisma for its owner’s past alleged corruption.

    How Burisma was able to secure the initial deal in 2014 when it was under multiple corruption investigations is expected to be flagged as another example of the conflicts Hunter Biden’s role created at State as well as the temptation for government officials to look the other way.

    –snip–

    But no matter where the report comes down on that question, it is no longer a conspiracy theory to question the Bidens’ behavior in Ukraine. Even the federal agencies who served under Joe Biden did that.

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  35. Lucille says:

    The Trump Administration and the U. S. military may have destroyed the ISIS caliphate, but those terrorists are still very present in our world…

    Islamic State remains flush with cash, holding financial reserves and assets ranging into the hundreds of millions of dollars
    September 21, 2020 8:00 AM by Robert Spencer

    Why does the Islamic State have so much money? That is the question that few wish to face, and the reason why is clear from the answer: the Islamic State is flush with cash because there are some wealthy Muslims who believe in it.

    https://www.jihadwatch.org/2020/09/islamic-state-remains-flush-with-cash-holding-financial-reserves-and-assets-ranging-into-the-hundreds-of-millions-of-dollars

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  36. Magabear says:

    So sad that I’m already hearing (and even reading here) conservative talk show hosts going down the “it has to be this woman for the court” and attacking other potential picks as being the next David Souter. It reminds me of how sports fans argue over what player to take with their teams 1st round draft pick.

    There’s many good names on PDJT’s list, no one lady stands out as head and shoulders above the rest. I do happen to like Allison Jones Rushing, but 38 years old might be a bit young for a SCOTUS position.

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  37. Bubby says:

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  38. Henry says:

    Hmm

    https://www.cnbc.com/2020/09/21/cdc-says-it-erroneously-posted-guidance-that-said-coronavirus-spreads-through-air-and-and-travel-beyond-six-feet.html

    The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention said Monday it erroneously posted guidance saying the coronavirus spreads through airborne particles that can remain suspended in the air and travel beyond 6 feet.

    The updated guidance, posted on the CDC’s website on Friday, also recommended that people use air purifiers to reduce airborne germs indoors to prevent the disease from spreading, according to Reuters.

    “A draft version of proposed changes to these recommendations was posted in error to the agency’s official website,” the CDC said Monday. “CDC is currently updating its recommendations regarding airborne transmission of SARS-CoV-2 (the virus that causes COVID-19). Once this process has been completed, the update language will be posted.”

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    • “The updated guidance, posted on the CDC’s website on Friday, also recommended that people use air purifiers to reduce airborne germs indoors to prevent the disease from spreading, according to Reuters.“

      Negative ion generators cause partials to clump together and fall out of the air faster, and or the charge causes dust to stick to surfaces or filters, where it stays put.
      There was a study about negative ion generators and viruses done years ago.
      The negative ions worked with or without the grounded collector plates.
      I can’t find the link to the study but maybe someone smarter can.

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    • I am not expose to COVID-19 partials often, but when I am, I stay upwind my friend.

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  39. rustybritches says:

    Usually the last half hour of one program on Newsmax They try to get Dems view point of what is going on and most of the time its so dam sick I can’t watch it but today thought Ok will listen and see what they say first thing out of their mouths was HOW UNPOPULAR THE PRESIDENT IS WITH MOST OF THE UNTIED STATES AND ESPECIALLY THE YOUNG KIDS
    and also that Joe Biden is most loved by the people Well, gosh I could see that if there was one bit of truth to any of his ads or if he was having the same kind of rallies that the President is. but none of that is happening.

    I don’t know about any one else but the AD having to do with his wife and child dying and then about his son dying to and he is using that to talk about INSURENCE SHAME THE HECK ON HIM also for his stupid ads that make him out to be better than the President he cant even get out of his own way

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    • Somebody says:

      I like the ad where he’s at the podium with flags behind him saying all the things he’ll do to fight covid. Things POTUS already did. I so want team Trump to spoof that ad, cut in after each thing he says with POTUS saying CHECK did this on X date, then finish up by stating all the additional things POTUS has done slow Joe or his experts didn’t even thing about.

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    • Nepanyrush says:

      In our high school, since it is the International Day of Peace, students were asked to comment on the Abraham accords. Hardly a student even heard of them. So, the MSM and the social media giants have done a good job of hiding the peace accords.

      Why doesn’t the President’s campaign have any ads about the peace accords? At least someone would have heard of them. As it is, all I see are Biden ads.

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      • Somebody says:

        The Trump camp needs money to run more ads. The Biden camp has been buoyed by BLM donations funneled through act blue and now record donations to act blue following the death of RBG.

        POTUS kept his campaign going through spring and summer with various ads, both on TV and digital. They ran ads to counter negative press. Without a primary opponent and no rallies he didn’t get the kind of coverage he did in 2016 and what he did get was negative and finger pointing.

        If any of you can, donate what you can this month yo POTUS’s campaign. What he has going into the final stretch is critically important. The cash on hand 9/30 will determine the ads and the level of GOTV they can afford. I donate monthly, but have already given extra and plan to give more this week. He’s said he will lend the campaign money and I’m sure he will, but I hope we all can come through for him too, every little bit helps.

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  40. destashjan says:

    May I ask our Jewish Treepsters about funeral protocol.
    I read a few sites, and I thought the burial is always the day following the death. And no “wake” or lying in state. RBG will lie at SCOTUS on Wednesday and Thursday, and burial next week?
    Is it because RBG held the office of SCOTUS that tradition and protocol are being thrown aside?
    Or does the Jewish faith allow for exemptions to be made?
    I know it will be dragged out for as long as possible, but isn’t this disrespectful to her Faith?
    Thank you.

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  41. destashjan says:

    Where is it confirmed that Judge Lagoa is out?

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  42. sunnydaze says:

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  43. rondo123456 says:

    The Real Science of Covid

    “There are a few main reasons to be optimistic we should end lockdowns and get back to normal.

    We know who this coronavirus affects. The median age of death in almost all countries is over 80 with multiple existing conditions. We are failing to protect old people and are locking up the young and imposing social distancing when they have no risk of death. We can protect the vulnerable more intelligently.
    Most people have immunity due to cross reactivity and cross immunization. The human immune system is not completely helpless against this virus.
    Herd immunity levels are much lower than people think and the virus appears to follow a Gompertz curve, which correctly anticipates the virus fizzling out.
    In most countries, Covid deaths were 40-100% higher than a bad flu year.”

    https://lockdownsceptics.org/covid-research/

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  44. bertdilbert says:

    I think the timing is just about right to have an EO for an international Trump day proclamation. That will keep the press busy for a week while Nancy Pelosi grasps for an arrow. Maybe just a tweet from “your favorite President” will do the trick. You know he will get world wide support!

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    • Patience says:

      Timing is everything
      -so it’s been said.

      It’s the end of a Party
      -Dems are walking-dead

      With the start of the season of Autum
      -often referred to as Fall

      President Trump having said, “We caught em!”
      -Yes, “We caught them all”,

      what better reason
      -to start out a season
      that celebrates exceptionalism with reward?

      An Executive Order
      -seems much in order: The Very Stable Genius Trump award .

      ~Patience 9/21/20

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    • B Woodward says:

      I keep waiting for President Trump to issue an executive order that bans all mail-in voting in federal elections, except for absentee voting currently authorized by state laws.

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  45. JCM800 says:

    “We consent to be governed. We do not elect to be ruled. But if your interest as an American citizen is confined to the tuning of a television set, the scanning of an editorial or column, without careful study of the issues and the answers offered — then if may well turn out that some day your actions will indeed result in ‘electing to be ruled.’

    From Where I Stand, Senator Barry Goldwater R-AZ

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    • nimrodman says:

      Hey, now that you brought up that “consent” word, here’s a question for all:

      With regard to a Presidential nomination for an appointment to the Supreme Court, I believe the applicable language is that the Senate may advise and consent

      … it don’t say “advise and deny”, right?

      If the nominee fails to get a passing vote in the Senate, can the President still appoint?
      Still make the appointment?

      Senate advised and chose not to consent
      Isn’t that the end of their role?

      Who know the answer to this?
      Thx

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  46. Perot Conservative says:

    Fed Society bad?

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  47. Publius2016 says:

    Study time done…protest against stupidity next!

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