When They Tell You Their Plans… Believe Them !

Just a short note to highlight the obvious that can sometimes be overlooked.

The one constant in the ever-changing political universe is the oppositions inability to switch from “inside voice” to “outside voice” when they carry their internal discussions into the public arena.

Often, due to the echo-chamber nature of democrat planning, they slip-up and provide subtle cues. Subtle like a brick through a window when you are tuned-in to their frequency.  Paying close attention is how you can develop tripwires to follow their track.

Notice the word “installed.” It seems oddly out of place for the context until you accept this is exactly the plan.  The way the central planners talk to each other…

(source)

Instead of an elected President, the DC plan is for an installed President.  Once you see the strings on the marionettes you can never return to that time when you did not see them….  Carry on.

“My most fervent wish is that I will not be replaced until a new president is installed.”

There are trillions at stake.

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469 Responses to When They Tell You Their Plans… Believe Them !

  1. Deplorable_Vespucciland says:

    ~~~~~~~ TRUMP 2020 ~~~~~~~

    The democrat’s noisy pedestrian street army
    really don’t want to be starting something they can’t finish.

    Cars and Freedom!

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  2. Mongo says:

    If Nancy Pelosi can impeach President Trump for nominating a judge then why didn’t she impeach Borat Obama for nominating Merrick Garland?

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  3. Dutchman says:

    Speculation,…..
    PDJT did something at his friendly protest yesterday, that ‘flies in the face of political wisdom’;
    Less than 2 months before reelection, about to enter potentially the most contentious SCOTUS nomination in history, …..and he openly says “I am SO disgusted with these,….REPUBLICANS.”

    He SAID it in the context of the lack of investigations into the coup, the leaks, etc.

    I also note that Mitch and Graham are JUMPING to confirm the SCOTUS pick, with Graham saying they have the votes to confirm, and even Mitt signalling he’s on board.

    So, I wonder,…..Did PDJT convey to the Republicons that either they get on board, or he would spend the next two months exposing THEIR role in the coup and ongoing resistance?

    With his almost daily friendly protest rallies, to huge in person and online audiences, he has a YUGE megaphone to use, and directed at exactly the voters who would need to hear the message.

    Between those rallys and tweets, he could easily make the points, to HIS voters, Rep, #walkaways and indies, that I have been posting here for some time.

    That is, that all the evidence we need, of Republicon complicity in the coup, is RIGHT in front of us, we WATCHED them do it, and continue to do it on an ongoing basis.

    Perhaps that was a little taste, just to let them know he WOULD and COULD do it?
    They SHOULD know by now, PDJT doesn’t bluff, but it never hurts to reinforce a threat, strike that, PROMISE, with a little taste.

    IF I am correct in my speculation, PDJT may have crossed a rubicon (whatever the heck a rubicon IS?) and there is a substantial shift in the power dynamic in the Swamp.

    Effectively, this nueters the Republicons, at the very least thru the election, …..
    And the threat/promise is only slightly less powerful AFTER the election.

    Yes, McConnell, Graham etc will be elected to a “new term”, but a true exposure of their complicity in the coup, AT ANY TIME, by PDJT, would result in calls for their resigning their seats, if not surrendering their heads, by his extremely loyal massive support.

    Lets watch what happens,….

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    • Bill Blankenship says:

      THIS is my ultimate fantasy. Not likely, but I can dream.

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      • Dutchman says:

        Well, why else would he, in a rally, SAY that about the Republicans, 2 months before the election?
        So, your dream may be a reality!

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        • Xena Laminak says:

          Remember how politicians and businessmen/women/gender fluid and ministers used to get a manilla envelope in the mail with a videotape or photos or a photocopy of some shady financial dealing or maybe an audiotape? Well, I think the NSA has given Trump the motherload of filthy on Romney and Graham and all the rest. May not be child porn snuff films but it’s filth and corrupt financial records. Trump is a master at outing an enemy in subtle ways – hence why they call him a gangster because he has that same sly way of letting the whole world know he’s just seen the “file”.

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          • Dutchman says:

            Well, firstly I don’t think the NSA NEEDS to give him anything, nor am I confident they WOULD.

            All due respect to Sundances excellent research, following trails of breadcrumbs, etc,…

            You NEED that, to figure out the machinations of the small group, that carryied out the coup.

            However, all anyone needs to do, to discern the Congressional Republicons involvement in the coup, FROM THE PLANNING STAGES, is remove the blinders, and look objectively at what we all watched them do.

            They don’t really fear criminal indictments for treason, but they DO fear EXPOSURE, DISCREDITING, and most of all the loss of POWER.

            PDJT has a MASSIVE audience, a massive megaphone, AND the ability to lay it out, simply, concisely and with DEVASTATING effectiveness, …

            How Ryan GIFTED the House to Nanzi, how ‘sing along with Mitch’ sung the praises of how “Honorable” Mueller was, etc.

            Were he to do so, the,Republicon leadership would be too busy worrying about keeping their heads, to be concerned about keeping their seats.

            Protesters shining lights at 2a.m. would be nothing, compared to the ropes and pitchforks mob that would drag them out, if most PDJT supporters saw that Republicon Congressional leadership is (like the emperor) NAKED.

            And, PDJT is JUST the person to call them out.
            IMHO,..

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          • Silver Sunday says:

            “They have EVERYTHING!” I believe is how that works. Trump/NSA has it all, and will squeeze these people of malfesence from the smallest deeds to the most dastardly.

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    • wlbeattie says:

      Dutchman,
      IMO you’re always worth reading.
      This time you piqued my interest with your Rubicon comment.
      Not be a US citizen I always assumed that the Rubicon was the actual river Washington crossed!

      But on investigation I found this:-
      Julius Caesar’s crossing the Rubicon river in January 49 BC precipitated the Roman Civil War, which ultimately led to Caesar’s becoming dictator and the rise of the imperial era of Rome. Caesar had been appointed to a governorship over a region that ranged from southern Gaul to Illyricum (but not Italy). As his term of governorship ended, the Roman Senate ordered Caesar to disband his army and return to Rome. He was explicitly ordered not to take his army across the Rubicon river, which was at that time a northern boundary of Italy. In January of 49 BC, Caesar brought the 13th legion across the river, which the Roman government considered insurrection, treason, and a declaration of war on the Roman Senate. According to some authors, he is said to have uttered the phrase “alea iacta est”—the die is cast—as his army marched through the shallow river.
      https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Crossing_the_Rubicon

      Thank you for improving my history knowledge!

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    • Yy4u says:

      Rubicon was a river on the border of Italy. Caeser has been ordered to disband his troops. Instead he marched them across the Rubicon starting the Romen Civil war. You might be onto something Dutchman

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    • Show me says:

      The Rubicon is a river in Italy.
      Roman commanders weren’t allowed by the senate to bring their armies across the Rubicon into Italy, since it would mean rebellion and civil war. Caesar brought his army a Ross the Rubicon and was at war (civil war), and became emperor after he won the war.
      It’s become an idiom, that once you’ve crossed the Rubicon, there’s no turning back.

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      • Pvt. Idaho says:

        In this instance, crossing the Rubicon brings a new meaning to the phrase “Oh that’s ancient history”. Usually someone is implying that it’s of no value anymore…

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    • wheelbaro says:

      Absolutely, our Great President can play the political game now as well. He just needed His political capital. Use their own tools against them. The Business Game utilizing economics for Peace. I have Faith, he is always steps ahead of evil. The onslaught of religious persecution will be on display during the confirmation process. I have been sending Jim Caviezel’s interview to others. All Christian Soldiers Alert. Please Protect our President.

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    • maggie0987 says:

      Brilliant analysis!!!!!
      ‘Crossing the Rubicon’, is a wonderful analogy.

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    • Super Elite says:

      The Rubicon is a river. Mr. President Trump crossed a swamp. LOL

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    • not2worryluv says:

      I’m thinking McConnell and Graham’s Fund Raising efforts were stymied by Conservative who normally give to re-elect GOP Senators fell dramatically. I know we didn’t contribute to them this election simply to send a message that you don’t support Trump we don’t support you!
      Their necks are on the chopping block in November and there is only one way to salvage their Political Power and that is getting the Senate to push the Vote for to fill the seat on SCOTUS before the November election.

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      • sonoftrump says:

        I’ve done likewise. When I’ve taken calls from
        Republican fund raisers, I’ve informed them that I only contribute to President Trump and those who ardently support him. I’ve also told them that I’m aware of the ones who are undermining Trump and those who are supporting the globalist agenda and the NCC. Have called our various politicians

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      • Dutchman says:

        And AFTER the election dust settles, which COULD take awhile, he can destroy their credibility with Republican voters, ANY time he wants.

        Perhaps in his second term, he will complete his hostile takeover of the RepubliCAN party!
        I have long said he would eventually HAVE to confront his most formidable arch enemy (in the Swamp) which is McConnell and the Senate Republicons.

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        • Xena Laminak says:

          Trump needs to release the Kraken and let the world world see the NSA files and private investigative files on the Republicans. We KNOW what’s in the files on the Clintons and Schumer, et al but your average white haired pearl clutching Republican lady (Had lunch with one last year) would faint dead on the spot if she found out the truth.
          Those old bags have tons of money that they throw at candidates.
          Time to let them know how their money has been spent.

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          • Dutchman says:

            Frankly, the NSA files, while tempting are not IMHO the answer.
            Firstly, they aren’t files, they are a database. And, by law only SUPPOSED to be accessed in cases of espionage or terrorism, nothing about Treason or A coup attempt in the laws.
            The old “two wrongs don’t make a right” comes to mind.

            Secondly, as I said in my previous post, I don’t think its necesary. As I have been posting, for months, if you review Congressional Republicon leaderships ACTIONS, since before PDJT’s election, it is obvious they were in on the coup, from its inception.

            After that, look at their behavior under 8 years of Obama, and its obvious we have had ONE Uniparty rather than two parties for a long time.

            The white haired old ladies, or “country club Republicans” have been the bane of the party, since they supported the “Rockefeller Republicans” in the ’60’s.

            Part of the problem, and as PDJT pointed out last night, an election is not JUST about money, you have to offer the people something tangible.

            Kick the old rich ladies to the curb, who think Romney is SO “Presidential”, and PDJT isn’t.

            They would approve of Mitch and Ryans duplitious behavior.

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    • not2worryluv says:

      I’m thinking McConnell and Graham’s Fund Raising efforts were stymied by Conservative who normally give to re-elect GOP Senators fell dramatically. I know we didn’t contribute to them this election simply to send a message that you don’t support Trump we don’t support you!
      Their necks are on the chopping block in November and there is only one way to salvage their Political Power and that is getting the Senate to push the Vote for to fill the seat on SCOTUS before the November election.

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    • Linda K. says:

      I am concerned by the massive cheating by the dems in this election, but Trump does say, he had a wonderful life before he ran for President. We are the ones who will lose without Trump.

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      • Dutchman says:

        We ALL are concerned by massive cheating by the Dems.

        But then, we all were concerned by Mueller,….and Stormy,…and Ukraine shampeachment, and every other flawed nefarious scheme hatched by the enemies of US, and every time PDJT has easily outfoxed them.

        So, I really do not think WE are going to let THEM get away with removing him from office, with this crazy scheme.

        Frankly, if we (collectively) allow them to get away with it, then WE (collectively) deserve what follows.

        Lets see what happens. I trust God, PDJT and the American people.

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    • WSB says:

      Excellent catch, Dutch. It was quite a moment!

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    • Jan says:

      Dutchman– very good analysis.

      Perhaps we add in Sen. Johnson’s Report coming out any day. In addition, to the Bidens’ corruption & Ukraine, we know Sen. McCain, Graham, Klobuchar, Durbin, (Chris?) Murphy, Leahy & others are all involved in Ukraine somehow. If it’s kickbacks, McConnell is there, too, as well as Soros.

      Is John Kerry involved, even though his stepson got out from doing business with Archer & Hunter over the Burisma deal?

      Then there’s also Romney’s advisor in his presidential campaign who sat on the Burisma board, along with Hunter Biden & Devon Archer.

      Can’t wait until this report comes out. Fortunately, Congress members don’t have the same ethical limitations of the DOJ of not publishing reports that might affect elections 2 or 3 months before the election date.

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      • Dutchman says:

        Ukraine was definetly a cash cow, and they were ALL hogging the trough.
        McConnell probably has OTHERS do it for him, he doesn’t need to get his hands dirty.

        Also, Ukraine is just the one we KNOW about, but ANYWHERE the U.S. was funneling significant military, or non military assistance,….it doesn’t happen unless CONGRESS votes for it to happen.
        So, you have to pay off BOTH faces of the two-faced Uniparty, in order to get the aid package, whatever it is.
        What,a great scam they came up with, and no wonder they are so threatened by PDJT;
        Because there are,TRILLIONS at stake!

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        • newtreeperpa says:

          Yep, Dutchman, all of our congress critters are pigs-at-the-trough. Interesting how they go in to “service” positions and come out multi-millionaires.

          The extended family-and-friends deals for Romney’s son, Pelosi’s son, Biden’s son AND brother and Kerry’s son should make for an interesting story line if and when all of the Ukraine and China money dealings are exposed.

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          • Dixie says:

            NEPOTISM. And lots of it.

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          • Dutchman says:

            How hard would it be,…especially with the Inet, to research ALL Congresscritters, and their families finances?

            Heres ANOTHER one; What are,FORMER Congresscritters doing, AFTER they leave office.

            As in, we’ll give you the pay-off, after your out of office, and nobodies watching, anymore.

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            • Xena Laminak says:

              Oddly enough after seeing Chuckie rant on about his daughter and HER wife, I tried to find a list of politicians who have openly gay or lesbian or gender fluid children. How many of their family members have had abortions? How many are themselves or have family on drugs? And how did they all become so incredibly filthy rich?

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              • Dutchman says:

                Frankly, I have a daughter who is a sociopath, just like her mother. Haven’t spoken in years, and don’t anticipate I will.
                Point being, I would hate for people to judge me, based on her.

                If the $ is being funnelled to relatives, if the relatives behavior makes the politician open to blackmail, THEN its relevent, to me.

                As for how they get rich, selling INFLUENCE. Congress has the “power of the purse”, as well as considerable power over the buerocracy.
                They get their cut for foriegn aid, military or non military, and for domestic spending, as well.

                And then there is legislation, which creates winners and losers in business. Don’t HAVE to compete in the marketplace, when a plumb job for a relative, or a,stock tip to a member of congress, can get you a piece of legislation that gives you an unfair advantage.

                How is it that Google, etc haven’t had their protections stripped from them, despite blatant manipulation?
                INFLUENCE

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        • Missy says:

          I keep thinking about all the aid we send to Central America, and they send us caravans of parasites in return. Would love to look into that as well.

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          • Dutchman says:

            I am sure it is just like with the trade deals; once you start looking, you’ll find that ANY foriegn aid Congress voted for,…they got their cut, or the country got no aid.

            Nice country you got here,…be a real shame if something happened to it.

            Oh, thanks for the pay off, me and my Dem friends WILL vote for the $10 million aid package, in exchange for $3 million.

            But see, we got this thing called the “fillibuster rule”, and that means you ALSO have to make a deal with the Republicans, they will want THEIR $3Million, as well.

            But hey, you guys get $4 million, and screw hour people, so no worries,…right?

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  4. Phil aka Felipe says:

    In my lifetime since I reached voting age (1966), every President except Ronald Reagan and Donald J. Trump have been “installed” by the Establishment.

    Donald J. Trump is the ONLY Republican President that embodies everything in a Republican candidate that I always wanted to vote for, but never saw on the ballot until he came along.

    I cannot wait to vote for him AGAIN…because he is a fighter!

    The President of WE, The People is INAUGURATED, not installed.

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  5. suejeanne1 says:

    my Mom was a precinct captain in the old days, active Republican woman with our dining room table used for stuffing envelopes, assembly-line around and around, with coffee and those nice little date bars and whatnots delivered by Jurgensen’s . . . sometimes stacks of books in the maid’s room, written by the current candidate (Congressional, usually) . . .

    I remember this one book that was up on the bookshelf in the den – “You Can Trust the Communists” (it came out in 1961) . . . I used it once for a book report in the 9th grade (that was in 1968). Real catchy opening delivered to my fellow students in our – at that time – pretty conservative, Republican and strongly anti-Communist suburb. Then I did the report about what was in the book, having carefully written notes on index cards and memorized the whole thing over and over again (being terribly given to shyness, it was horrible to give book reports in front of the class)

    It was really a profound thing to realize at that time, that you CAN trust the Communists to be Communists – that is their single-minded nature and focus.

    I found the book on Amazon.com and just bought the Kindle version to re-read it these many years later – the hardcover was in the family bookshelf but I don’t know what became of it – maybe it’s that used one I see with the black front with a red star (sans book cover).

    “You Can Trust the Communists (to do Exactly as They Say) : Find out Why in this Fascinating, True History that Gives You the … by Schwarz, Fred Hardcover – January 1, 1961”

    (If Grandparents here have the opportunity to help their grandchildren prepare for book reports and other classroom presentations, they are very fortunate if they have people help them rehearse. For me, it worked really well if I rehearsed endlessly – I even gave the “Gettysburg Address” from memory once, no problem. But if I got the least bit shaky, it was not a good thing. One time I was doing a book report about a book about Herman Melville and I made the mistake of making eye contact with someone who was looking like he was scowling, I started to say “Herman Melville” at the beginning and I looked at that classmate right in the middle of the great author’s name and totally blanked out and did not say “Melville” . . . and then throughout the report, just said “Herman” . . . “Herman” this and “Herman” that)

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    • DaPicayune says:

      Then you may well appreciate Mr. Paul Joseph Watson’s timely warning here about the comparisons between the ChiCom Cultural revolution 50 years ago and today’s Marxist Dims and their Militant Wing of BLM/PantyFa,… different times, same destructive goals:

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    • Alligator Gar says:

      The First Circle by Alexander Solzhenitsyn and The Forsaken: An American Tragedy in Stalin’s Russia by Tim Tzouliadis both are two of the best books on the dehumanization of mankind under Marxism-Leninism that I have ever read. Just thought I’d share in case someone is looking for good reads.

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    • Xena Laminak says:

      OMG NOW I am freaking out. Yesterday my estranged husband had the day off – a rare day off. He actually called me and we had a real talk for the first time in months. He brought up how he had to read Moby Dick and how Herman Melville was the greatest wordsmith in the American English language. He told me he read that book several times and STOLE the copy from his HS library. He then read Bartleby, the Scrivener: A Story of Wall-Street. About a page in, I DID remember reading it in an anthology. My HS didn’t have us read Moby Dick and I remember my parents (b. 1904 and 1917 respectfully) blowing gaskets. Oddly enough, they never bought me a copy to read. We all watched the movie which I hated because I loved whales and couldn’t stand Gregory Peck.
      I don’t think I’ve seen Herman Melville mentioned in years and in less than 24 hours!
      We both ranted that our school systems went down the toilet after he graduated (1974).
      I tried to get students to use index cards and write 20 page papers and got hauled into the Dean’s office and read the riot act. I quit teaching. I loved teaching but I HATED the back stabbing, the unions, getting written up for “being too strict” and all that crap.
      THANK You for posting your comment. WE ARE NOT ALONE!

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      • suejeanne1 says:

        liked very much! I was wondering afterwards book reports and index cards and all of that are even done anymore – to “save” students from the stress of that as well as writing in cursive

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        • suejeanne1 says:

          Liked very much! I was wondering after I wrote that if book reports and index cards and all of that are even done anymore – if they are perhaps now avoided to “save” students from the stress of doing that work – in addition to avoiding the trauma of learning to write in legible, proper cursive (I have heard rumors that cursive is no longer being taught).

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  6. Dutchman says:

    The debate may well BE that test. This may be even more impactful than the Nixon/Kennedy debate.

    Medications, friendly moderators and feeding questions in advance only gets you so far.

    PDJT is a Master showman, and has been in ‘debate prep’ for the last 4 years, sparring with a hostile press.

    When they walked out on stage, will PDJT look around and say “Wheres Hunter?”

    And if he does, will sleepy Joe take a poke at him?

    Bidens hiding in the basement has only INCREASED the viewership, and so the whole world is going to be watching.

    While it may be ‘elder abuse’, PDJT showed himself to be a brutal brawler in the 2016 debates, and he HAS to expose what Joe IS, and Isn’t, for all to see.

    He has the facts and figures, for the many accomplishments of his administration, memorised thru repetition at his rallys. “Promises MADE, Promises KEPT” as a starting point.

    Any criticism of his handling of Covid, he can defend and then pivot to Obidens horrible record with N1H1, lol.

    And then there is slo joes corruption, and ‘Wheres Hunter?”

    Ain’t enough popcorn, in the whole freakin WORLD!

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    • suejeanne1 says:

      Re: “elder abuse” – that is being done to Joe Biden by his wife, his son (maybe daughter, too, if she is in on it) and the DNC – and Kamala – it is just appalling that they are doing this to him! Especially his wife, she should know better – she is a doctor (ha, yes, I know, a Doctor of Education – but I daresay she used that when calling for reservations at restaurants)

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      • Dutchman says:

        Well, they were ALL ‘in on’the grift, so why wouldn’t they been ‘in on’the coverup attempt?
        Yes, its ‘elder abuse’, with the whole World watching.

        Just when I think the,Dems can’t possibly shake any more walkaways outta the tree, by their outrageous behavior, they show me how mistaken I was.

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  7. helmhood says:

    Cryin’ chuck schumer is a scumbag well-acquainted with cesspools. He couldn’t stop President Trump’s previous nominations, and he won’t stop this one. Total loser.

    I guess he can go home and lose some more.

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  8. numbersixdance says:

    Using war logic here…why would the Dems state their battle plan to the enemy? How stupid are they?
    Or not? Are they confident in that their Lawfare plan is complete and the election is already in the bag through voter fraud in WI, PN, MI? Or do they think that lawsuits and a Roberts SC will give them the election and “install” Nanzi on January 20th?
    They have tried everything and failed until now and have telegraphed their moves beforehand.
    Do we have this?

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    • thedoc00 says:

      There is a psychological side to showing “overwhelming force”, which the democrats feel they have; money, media, rigged voting, intimidation at polls and their 35-40% fixed base.
      1. Attempt to demoralize the President’s voters, especially the fence sitters and squishes.
      2. Fire up the democrat voters and entice fence sitters to join the winning side.

      This election, the democrat forces are better coordinated and active than 2016. Plus, the President does not have as large an element of surprise and shock value as he did in 2016.

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    • Linda K. says:

      Possibly Ginsberg’s death has complicated things for the coup.

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    • CountryClassVulgarian says:

      With all their schemes and plans there is one thing they cannot and do not control, well two actually – God and reality.

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    • Jan says:

      They’re hoping Republicans & independents are too stupid to notice the Democrat Communist Fascists are (1) using systemic racism to justify eliminating law enforcement, the court system & penal systems to create more lawlessness in cities, towns, suburbs & rural areas the Dems already control;

      (2) using the pandemic to do the mandatory orders under federal & state emergency laws in blue states using Democrat governors, mayors, city councils, to close businesses, lockdowns, to deny medical care to everyone but undiagnosed virus patients, and to use contact tracers to arrest people not obeying masks, lockdowns, vaccines, contact tracings orders w/hopes of jailing mostly Trump supporters & then you start the same actions in red states, starting with Democrat-run cities.

      You keep recruiting people to join BLM, Antifa & other anarchist & rioters groups. You will be well-funded by billionaires, Big Tech, other corporations, & China & other foreign countries.

      Meanwhile, you’re rewriting House rules while Dems still control the House so that Republicans can do nothing. You’re impeaching the President, AG Barr & any other Cabinet member who can be impeached.

      You interfere w/Senate elections thru voter fraud to take the Senate & use voter fraud in any House race you don’t win.

      The federal government employees are over 90% Democrat, so it’s easy to identify who the Republicans are.

      I don’t know much about how the Dems would take over the military & National Guard but I think you can see where this is going.

      You use the pandemic & riots to isolate Trump supporters thru lockdowns, medical care, arresting & jailing Trumpers & trouble makers while releasing criminals ). You eliminate self-defense as a defense if you’re a Trump supporter & best of all, you are then presumed guilty until you can prove your innocence.

      Except for a few colleges & universities, the students, faculty & administration’s are all radicalized. You sort out the few who are not.

      Your teachers unions, teachers & Administratives K-1-K-12 are already radicalizing the kids. The kids not radicalized can be separated from their parents. You eliminate School Choice & Religious Schools.

      This is what I see can easily be done by Democrat Communist Fascists AND they’ve already told us they will overturn the government if Democrats take the Senate by stacking the Supreme Court with radicalized judges, mail-in voting, voter fraud …accepting ballots up to 14 days after 11/3 w/o postmarks, etc.

      The only thing I can’t figure is why the democrats had to have mail-in voting due to the pandemic; yet, frail Joe Biden, skips out on campaigning several days/ week insisted on voting in person last week. This week, Hildebeast & AOC have insisted they will vote in person. WHAT’S UP WITH THAT?

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    • Kulak69 says:

      Hubris is the Achilles Heel of the Left.

      Doom On Them.

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  9. thedoc00 says:

    The reason for the “lid” on Biden’s public appearances is debate prep, in case the democrats decided to go through with them.
    1. Joe B is getting the debate topics in advance. If the democrats are willing to blatantly to set up cheat by mail, then Joe B will have advanced copies of the debate topics as well as questions.
    2. Joe B is going to be drugged big time to make him coherent. There is enough time to juice his brain and then generate a “clean” drug test by an “independent” doctor.
    3. Joe B will have an ear-bud as he needs to practice verbal cues with his handlers vs the answers to the topics.

    The debates, if they occur will happen with split screens on the live feeds. 1-side with debators and the other with MSM spinning heads, on ALL outlets, “fact checking” the heck out of every syllable uttered by the President with zero context or complete quotes, to feed the liar meme.

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    • brutalus2 says:

      90 minutes is a long time…they can prop him up like El Cid all they want, but Trump is going to be able to prod, poke, and interrupt him at will…i just dont see how Joe’s going to be able to stay on his horse the whole time

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      • CountryClassVulgarian says:

        You are so right. The man has deteriorated mentally. No amount of planning, drugging, advance screening of the questions, cues or ear pieces can fix that. Look at what happened to him a few days ago when they tried to have him read again from a prompter and he kept telling them to move it up.

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    • Texas Rancher says:

      TO: thedoc00
      As a former debater, I have NEVER understood why “the talking heads” of the media are always chosen as Presidential Debate Moderators!

      When these debates began, no one even imagined such a thing as television, so why are television talkers always chosen? The media, for the most part, are so COMPLETELY BIASED, that it’s hard for them to hide their sneers when the few True Conservatives are interviewed or mentioned on their programs!

      Not to mention that their bosses these days are often billionaires who own the media as “Vanity Projects,” that they can control in ways that benefit themselves!

      There is NO good reason to utilize these people – many of whom have revealed themselves to be enemies of We The People!

      Also, NOT ONLY MUST drug tests be administered prior to each debate, but each candidate must be screened for devices that would allow them to cheat – after any break – during the debate!

      As for the Dems “doing another Brazile,” there should be several extemporaneous questions which appear only at the debates!

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    • Sorry docoo, I believe he is already faking weakness in voice, tired demeanor. I think we are looking at a possible last minute ‘medical excuse’ to call off the first debate.

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    • JustLittleOldMe says:

      Dreaming here, but it would be awesome if there was some way to jam Sleepy’s ear feed and watch him fly off the rails in real time with the world watching. Fun to think about, anyway.

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    • JustLittleOldMe says:

      Dreaming here, but it would be awesome if there was some way to jam Sleepy’s ear feed and watch him fly off the rails in real time with the world watching. Fun to think about, anyway.

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    • Missy says:

      The drugs he will take not only cause incontinence, but massive diarrhea. It can’t be controlled, and excessive salivation, drooling. I am not sure they can risk that, even with breaks.

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  10. vladdy says:

    Since the NYT does not know what is inside PDT’s head and is certainly not privileged to all the information he receives, both officially, and unofficially, they are daily reporting– WITHOUT EVIDENCE — ALL these stories about PDT where they quote something he said.

    Heh. Every single story that says “”President Trump said, without evidence,” — is itself, a statement they have no way of knowing or proving is true, as they, themselves, have no evidence of what PDT does or does not, have proof of!I(and Who’s on first?) And then their kid reporters are too dumb to know their rhetorical device is making them look stupid (not to mention biased) every time they use it.

    NYT– Please start printing how you know he is “without evidence” in each particular case when you jam that into the story…..or else, it means you are printing (with malice) assumptions, just guesses, because you don’t REALLY know that…..you wouldn’t want that, would you?

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  11. The Gipper Lives says:

    “My most fervent wish is that I will not be replaced until a new president is installed.”

    There is something else wrong besides the word “installed”: the quotation marks.

    Chuck Schumer has never heard those words. Nor has anyone else. Only the leftist daughter. People don’t lie about final wishes, do they?

    A: “Mom said she was leaving everything to me.”

    Here’s her publicly-stated Final Wish on the subject:

    “That’s their job. There’s nothing in the Constitution that says the President stops being President in his [fourth] year.” With real quotation marks.

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  12. Bert Darrell says:

    I would be an infamous, even treasonous act to use a washed up politician with a sub-functional brain to usher a communist to the highest executive office of the land, aided by massive fraud in large coastal states.

    Hopefully, on November 3, a massive number of citizens will go to the polls to cast their votes for the only candidate that can destroy this miserable plan underwritten by the chinese communist party (no respect at all) and members of the deranged globalist cabal such as George Sorea$$.

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  13. Texas Rancher says:

    I have seen it written that RBG told her niece that a few days prior to her death, and I have seen it written that one of her grandchildren was the one who said it a couple of weeks before that.

    First, we have no way of knowing that a person who was revered for her “judicial expertise,” would have EVEN SAID SUCH A THING, knowing that her seat on the Supreme Court did not belong to her, and was not something she could pass along!

    Second, I’m sure RBG DID regret waiting to retire until Hillary could nominate her replacement! And I also imagine that her family does, as well.

    Yesterday, I read a VILE tweet from one of her former staunch supporters who absolutely attacked her as a selfish person who had put her own preferences as to which President replaced her ahead of “the cause”!

    It won’t be long before a few more of the herd begin to stray down that ravine. Especially after the next Justice is confirmed, and they realize just how much things might change!

    RBG surely DID NOT, and her family DO NOT want that to happen to her legacy! So, naturally, they want to choose who “inherits her seat.”

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  14. minnesotamike55 says:

    By trotting out this political dying wish, true or not, the democrats are using RBG’s unethical political involvement to further their power. If it is true, then the left is OK with judges being political, if it’s a lie then they are destroying RBG’s reputation.They should be ashamed and the republicans should be hammering them for this political use of a revered justice.

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    • Show me says:

      If her last words to family was “I love you”, I would believe it.

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    • jsh says:

      RBG destroyed her own reputation, or rather, outed herself as biased and unfit with her comments about Trump, not to mention her denigration of the Constitution. She has been extremely ill and should have stepped down way before, so there’s no reason Trump should put off filling the seat.

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  15. YeahYouRight says:

    Another alarming word choice that slipped by under the radar: from $hrillary’s advice to Biden to never concede. At the end she said that, eventually he will win.

    That last part was far more disturbing to me. He doesn’t have to concede to lose, but an election is won or lost. You don’t get to keep trying until you win. Call me old fashioned.

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    • Dixie says:

      The hilldawg will try to “Make it so” and I fervently hope she falls flat on her face.

      Time to drop the “polite” and “civil” personas.

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  16. omyword says:

    The New Yawk slimes quote dont square with Ruths previous PUBLIC comments concerning this ishew. A president is president for 4 years not 3. He is charged by the constitution to appoint a SCOTUS justice.

    Now of course she was sticking up for barack WHOsane obama. And now of course the playing field is different now. Back then it was about stacking the court. Now its about protecting the constitutional Republic AND the election. And the New Yawk slimes wants America to be a provence of chynuh. Money talks.

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  17. Ocelot says:

    Noticing the glaring difference between “installed” and “elected” is a clever insight. Chuck’s aged brain might have failed to recognize his unintended give away to the opposition or he knew exactly what he was saying. I guess the latter

    Cryin.. Chuck is known for his accurate warnings however–“”Let me tell you: You take on the intelligence community — they have six ways from Sunday at getting back at you,”

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  18. I want to extend my sincere condolences to the family of Judge Judy…

    Joe Biden… And my future installed VP pick

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  19. Genie says:

    Maybe whoever was writing down her dying wish couldn’t spell inauger…inallgera…innoguaugarat…ahh, you know…the thing.

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  20. kansasguy says:

    Can you imagine where we would be if Clinton had appointed three Supreme Court justices in her first term?

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  21. T2020 says:

    It’s a lie. Cancer patients are on morphine and can’t communicate. Telling delusional stories just makes DemoCommies look appropriately deceitful.

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