September 23rd – 2020 Presidential Politics – Trump Administration Day #1343

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1,034 Responses to September 23rd – 2020 Presidential Politics – Trump Administration Day #1343

  1. A2 says:

    How’s that peace plan working out moon👇

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  2. sunnydaze says:

    Bevlyn and Edmee turn themselves in for painting over BLM logo on road, today.

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  3. Jason Ross says:

    Why do the violent marches at night always seem to have 5x or 10x or 50x the number of people as during the day?

    There were maybe 24 people gathered outside the Louisville courthouse this afternoon. Tonight the streets are flowing with dregs. Almost like they know they cause more havoc in the dark…. whereas a true protest would want to demonstrate in fron of actual people.

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  4. gsonFIT says:

    I would like Devon Archer to explain why his $60MM Tribal bond (native American) fraud conviction went away for himself put not his two partners in crime. This was not a plea bargain but a jury conviction.

    The SDNY (imagine that) Judge Ronnie Abrams made a statement to the effect of having an “unwavering concern” Archer wasnt “aware the bonds were fraudulent” I am Sure Archer is innocent, but I think we voters deserve to hear how a jury conviction was reversed

    Although I cannot see a conflict it is also interesting to note Abrams husband, Greg Andres, was on Mueller’s Special Counsel. No explanation needed because the trial occurred prior to Biden announcing for President

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  5. Carrie says:

    Somebody wants Louisville to burn- and surprisingly it wasnt the NAACP? So who is pulling the strings?

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  6. patti says:

    USA cost to go without fossil fuels: $18-29 Trillion

    By comparison, the USA Gross Domestic Product for 2018 was $20.54 trillion.

    https://wattsupwiththat.com/2020/09/22/usa-cost-to-go-without-fossil-fuels-18-29-trillion/

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  7. Troublemaker10 says:

    Minnesota Sued Over Mail-In Ballot Ruling

    https://freebeacon.com/2020-election/minnesota-sued-over-mail-in-ballot-ruling/?fbclid=IwAR1QdsxDEeIGR0Ax3MThstNtSelVPsciKuTkdqD2BrgjhODVUbz2COA3e1E

    Excerpt:

    Republicans are challenging a move by Minnesota election officials to allow ballots to be counted past Election Day even if they are not postmarked.

    State representative Eric Lucero (R.) and Republican elector James Carson filed a lawsuit Tuesday challenging secretary of state Steve Simon’s consent decree that allows mail-in ballots to be counted as late as eight days after Election Day with or without a postmark. The lawsuit argues the decree violates the U.S. Constitution by moving the ballot deadline without the authority of the state legislature and violates federal law by permitting “ballots with no post mark and no evidence of having been cast on November 3” to be counted.

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  11. Troublemaker10 says:

    Texas Republican Gov. Abbott sued by GOP over early voting decision

    https://www.foxnews.com/politics/texas-republican-gov-abbott-sued-by-gop-over-early-voting-decision?fbclid=IwAR0qwD1GKHEna3DnYziaNddxSigPHLPtVkvo6MFvYq4AIPyDs5eqZhsTmyw

    Excerpt:

    “The Texas Constitution is not a document of convenient consultation,” said the lawsuit filed by Texas Republican Party Chairman, Allen West, along with other party members. “It is a steadfast, uninterrupted charter of governmental structure.”

    The Texas GOP party is claiming that Abbott did not have the legal authority to change the early voting start date from Oct. 19 to Oct. 13., adding that he was acting like a “king” by unilaterally altering the dates.

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  12. ktmagoo says:

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  13. Troublemaker10 says:

    Lol. How did I miss the videos of the singing Trump impersonator on America’s Got Talent?

    😁😂🤣

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