October 28th – 2020 Presidential Politics – Trump Administration Day #1378

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1,311 Responses to October 28th – 2020 Presidential Politics – Trump Administration Day #1378

  1. Blind no Longer says:

    Everybody has to watch this short 2 minute video!!!! It’s fantastic!!! I hope President Trump sees this and they play on the big screen at one of his rally’s!!!! FANTASTIC!!!!
    Sliced Bread and Sent by God!!!!! Spread this one far and wide!!!!

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  2. Winston says:

    John Rubino – Mass Layoffs Coming One Way or Another

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    • thedoc00 says:

      Every other sentence in this interview is China Virus related, as in if China Virus panic and scam-demic continues it will be the catalyst for a Bailout death spiral.

      I essence, the Federal Government, States and Cities have to stop ALL scam-demic limitations to at least provide a recovery breathing space with the failure of democrat run cities and states is addressed, to at least remove commercial industry from the bailout handout lines.

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    • helmhood says:

      I love how President Trump proves the economic experts wrong,

      Every

      Single

      Time

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  3. Clivus Multrum says:

    Just a small taste of the kind of crap basement dwelling keyboard warriors & other loser leftoids have been up to and what we’ll have to contend with in the coming weeks.
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    Officials: Florida man changed Gov. DeSantis’s address, delaying him from voting

    FTA:

    “….. Guevara has been charged with two third-degree felonies: accessing a computer without authorization and illegally altering voting records. He faces up to five years in prison and is currently in custody while he awaits a court hearing………”

    https://thehill.com/homenews/state-watch/523237-florida-man-changed-gov-desantiss-voting-address-preventing-him-from

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  4. fanbeav says:

    This is so embarrassing

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  5. carterzest says:

    next one in Goodyear AZ

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    • Magabear says:

      Two, not teo. 😒

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      • Nepanyrush says:

        And, again, I wonder what Trump supporter would answer a media poll from those other organizations: Washington Post/ABC, NBC, etc. Or any university polling organization. Four years ago, maybe. But after the last four years most of us are so seething angry we would hang up.

        They talk about “silent Trump supporter,” but it is more like “cold anger Trump supporter.”

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        • Do stop thinking about tomorrow says:

          Me i answer all polls. I am their worst nightmare. I am registered. Definitely Voting, very liberal democrat, more liberal than Bernie, voting straight Democrat except Voting for President Trump. I believe he is heading in right direction, great a China virus.

          Let them sort that out. President Trump and Definitely voting is real. You sort the rest. Of course thus scares all those Rinos on the ticket but as the Gov of NC we will drag them across the Finnish line.

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          • tpwbama says:

            Watching Martha interview Buttigeig….I get sick to my stomach thinking about people of his character wanting to run our country.

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      • Nepanyrush says:

        Newt Gingrich states this of the polls: “Gingrich also predicted that Trump would win reelection, telling Hemmer that he believes “the evidence is solid that 3 to 7% of the Trump supporters won’t tell anybody.

        “They are intimidated,” he said, emphasizing that “there is a very large silent vote” for the president.”

        I don’t actually agree with Gingrich on this. I don’t think most are intimidated. I think most just can’t stand the media anymore and don’t trust the media anymore. Not that the MSM cares, but their reputation may be permanently destroyed by the fiasco of these past four years and particularly this election cycle.

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        • Magabear says:

          When only 2% of people contacted actually answer a pollster, it takes alot of diligence by a polling firm who wants to get an accurate poll to get a representative sample of voters. Only a few firms do that.

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        • bob holmes says:

          We have nice cars… No bumper stickers as they would be keyed.

          We have a nice house and don’t want it vandalized.

          We have a visible presence in the business community and don’t want to alienate the TDS victims and their potential revenue.

          We’re laying low and voting R up and down the ticket. As for pols? Who has time for that? It’s nonsense. I can guaranty you there are lots of people like me. Champing at the bit to vote, but not tipping our hand as to who we voted for.

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  6. WeThePeople2016 says:

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  7. NJF says:

    Oops

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  8. Henry says:

    Yes, it will be here next. Do you want Muslims in public office? you get Muslims in public office.

    https://www.thetimes.co.uk/article/hate-crime-bill-hate-talk-in-homes-must-be-prosecuted-6bcthrjdc

    Conversations over the dinner table that incite hatred must be prosecuted under Scotland’s hate crime law, the justice secretary has said.

    Journalists and theatre directors should also face the courts if their work is deemed to deliberately stoke up prejudice, Humza Yousaf said.

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  9. sunnyflower5 says:

    Joe instigating more civil unrest by claiming the police officers life’s weren’t endanger by a wielding man. He was armed and dangerous. Thank God the officers or citizens weren’t injured.

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  10. NJF says:

    Sometimes Stating the obvious is a good thing.

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  11. WeThePeople2016 says:

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  12. FPCHmom says:

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  13. WeThePeople2016 says:

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    • Mariposa323 says:

      Thank God !! 👏🏻👏🏻♥️

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    • MAGADJT says:

      This is false. May want to read about it before you post.

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    • oldersoul says:

      This is incorrect.

      Alito’s opinion held that they cannot rule on the petition for relief on an expedited basis because there is simply not enough time before the election to do so.

      But Alito directed that all ballots dated after 8pm on Election Day are to be segregated out until the Court can dispose of the Petition in toto.

      ACB did not participate in this preliminary decision, but she will almost certainly participate in the final disposition of the petition at a later time.

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      • MAGADJT says:

        And Kavanaugh did not join in the Alito/Thomas/Gorsuch opinion after voting with them on the 4-4 tie vote Monday. IMO they won’t have the collective guts to throw out the ballots after the election; even if ACB votes with the conservatives I bet Kav and Roberts will vote with the libs to let them count.

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        • Do stop thinking about tomorrow says:

          I think you should read his concuring opinion in the Wisconsin case.

          Article II expressly provides that the rules for Presidential elections are established by the States “in such Manner as the Legislature thereof may direct.” §1, cl. 2 (emphasis added). The text of Article II means that “the clearly expressed intent of the legislature must prevail” and that a state court may not depart from the state election code enacted by the legislature. Bush v. Gore, 531 U. S. 98, 120 (2000) (Rehnquist, C. J., concurring); see Bush v. Palm Beach County Canvassing Bd., 531 U. S. 70, 76–78 (2000) (per curiam); McPherson v. Blacker, 146 U. S. 1, 25 (1892). In a Presidential election, in other words, a state court’s “significant departure from the legislative scheme for appointing Presidential electors presents a federal constitutional question.” Bush v. Gore, 531 U. S., at 113 (Rehnquist, C. J., concurring). As Chief Justice Rehnquist explained in Bush v. Gore, the important federal judicial role in reviewing state-court decisions about state law in a federal Presidential election “does not imply a disrespect for state courts but rather a respect for the constitutionally prescribed role of state legislatures. To attach definitive weight to the pronouncement of a state court, when the very question at issue is whether the court has actually departed from the statutory meaning, would be to abdicate our responsibility to enforce the explicit requirements of Article II.” Id., at 115.

          As you can see, Kavanaugh first quoted a passage from Chief Justice Rehnquist’s concurring opinion in Bush v. Gore. (Contrary to what Hasen’s readers might think, this wasn’t some “further” point, and Kavanaugh made explicit that he was citing a concurring opinion.) In that concurring opinion, Rehnquist refers specifically to Bush v. Palm Beach when he states: “But as we indicated in our remand of the earlier case, in a Presidential election the clearly expressed intent of the legislature must prevail.” In other words, Rehnquist is offering the same understanding of what the Court “indicated” in Bush v. Palm Beach as Kavanaugh is.

          What’s more, while Hasen is correct that the unanimous opinion in Bush v. Palm Beach “did not resolve” the question of a state legislature’s power, Rehnquist and Kavanaugh are on very solid ground as to what it “indicated.” Here is a substantial excerpt from the pages that Kavanaugh cites:

          As a general rule, this Court defers to a state court’s interpretation of a state statute. But in the case of a law enacted by a state legislature applicable not only to elections to state offices, but also to the selection of Presidential electors, the legislature is not acting solely under the authority given it by the people of the State, but by virtue of a direct grant of authority made under Art. II, § 1, cl. 2, of the United States Constitution….

          Although we did not address the same question petitioner raises here, in McPherson v. Blacker, 146 U. S. 1, 25 (1892), we said:

          “[Art. II, § 1, cl. 2,] does not read that the people or the citizens shall appoint, but that ‘each State shall’; and if the words ‘in such manner as the legislature thereof may direct,’ had been omitted, it would seem that the legislative power of appointment could not have been successfully questioned in the absence of any provision in the state constitution in that regard. Hence the insertion of those words, while operating as a limitation upon the State in respect of any attempt to circumscribe the legislative power, cannot be held to operate as a limitation on that power itself.”

          There are expressions in the opinion of the Supreme Court of Florida that may be read to indicate that it construed the Florida Election Code without regard to the extent to which the Florida Constitution could, consistent with Art. II, § 1, cl. 2, “circumscribe the legislative power.”…

          After reviewing the opinion of the Florida Supreme Court, we find “that there is considerable uncertainty as to the precise grounds for the decision.” [Citation omitted.] This is sufficient reason for us to decline at this time to review the federal questions asserted to be present.

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    • FPCHmom says:

      Looks like they cannot count late arrivals until litigation is complete –

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    • Lion2017 says:

      Thank God!

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    • Eric says:

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  14. Mariposa323 says:

    I’m feeling like there is an operation that they are planning for Election Day . I just saw at my polling place some serious reconnaissance taking place outside by young white guys dressed in black, one on bicycle , while talking on phone . Might be just a coincidence . I reported it to my assigned GOP lawyer .

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    • Blue Moon says:

      Our local newspaper had a picture of an FBI vehicle exiting the interstate and coming into our town. No nothing about who, what, when and how on this pic. When I went to vote there was a unfamiliar guy directing us to get our license out in hand and be prepared to go in and vote and then exit. Also he was showing people where to stand and how to line up around the building. He was very muscular and well spoken. There was one guy at the entrance and one guy at the exit. I wondered if they were sent to oversee the vote.

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  15. FPCHmom says:

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  16. cow wow says:

    https://millionvoices.org/2020-voter-guides/

    I received this from Allen West (now) from Texas. It’s a very thorough guide per state and a good resource.

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    • thedoc00 says:

      This is nice but is short of what is really needed in Texas, locally. I have commented to Alan West, the Texas RNC and Collin County, TX RNC that better local voter guides are needed because party affiliation is NOT provided on the ballots for candidates below state level.

      This was not such a big issue 10 years ago but democrats are demanding as well as enforcing lock step obedience to the Party from White House down to dog catcher. It is now imperative.

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  17. ziegler von strahn says:

    Texas….
    now
    Pennsylvania…if this proves true….

    Be prepared for a shock on election night. We are being set up with these polls showing Biden with a crazy lead to cover for the rampant voter fraud.

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  18. Carrie says:

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  19. Johny5 says:

    Will North Carolina’s case be heard at the SC? They are also trying to count ballots after Nov 3

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    • thedoc00 says:

      There is now a South Carolina Federal Court ruling that nullifys the signature ID requirement on their mail-in ballots as well.

      The number of cases is going to stack up and the diversity of issues will preclude bundling of cases. The delay of election results announcement is in progress.

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    • GB Bari says:

      Already ruled 6-3 to allow NC to cheat.
      Kavanaugh joined with Roberts and the Liberals.

      Great pick, Lindsey.

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  20. jeans2nd says:

    If interested, American Thought Leaders (Epoch Times) is premiering their interview with Rep Devin Nunes, and the new film on Rep Nunes, at 7:00 p.m. EXCLUSIVE: Devin Nunes: The Man Behind the Explosive Memo | American Thought Leaders Special Edition

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  21. P says:

    A gigantic history lesson compressed into one hour!

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  22. I saw an article where big tech was swooping up real estate in NYC since all the riots – both leases and purchases.
    What if all these riots are designed to let Dim donors swoop in and buy stuff for cheap?
    I recall a story I read about the CA real estate crisis, decades ago, where 40 families apparently bought up the majority of what was available.

    The people paying for these astroturf uprisings need to be tried, with assets frozen. If found guilty, those assets need to be confiscated. If a mayor/governor allowed it to happen, that government must increase policing and balance a budget prior to receiving any funds.

    All rioters released by local officials will be tried for federal crimes… and the state will pay for their incarceration.

    FYI the above post has been screenshot and posted next to “pipe dream” in Webster’s online dictionary.
    I dream bigly!

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  23. oblio59 says:

    Point of Pride (yeah, I know, but bear with me)

    I just out trolled a troll on PJMedia to where he (or whatevah gender assigned) is now calling me Ivan. To be fair, he ‘outed’ me because of my Icon, so Ss. A’nna and the Theotokos (Virgin Mary for ya’ll in the West) get the credit.

    So, much, winning!
    😀

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  24. jx says:

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  25. jeans2nd says:

    This is one of, if not the, very best of any video Jan Jekeilek of the Epoch Times has ever done.
    The vid starts with a look behind what makes Rep Devin Rep Devin Nunes, touching on Nunes’ growing up, through why Rep Nunes came to D.C., through Russia/ObamaGate, to today.

    If you’ve not time to watch right now, download this or bookmark it and watch it later. I didn’t want it to end so quickly. 🙂

    Jekeilek says this is the first of a series Epoch Times is going to run on Epoch Times’ youtube account.

    “EXCLUSIVE: Devin Nunes: The Man Behind the Explosive Memo | American Thought Leaders Special Edition” 37:38

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  26. WSB says:

    Tucker just revealed that documents related to the Biden corruption were sent from Fox’s NY office to LA for Tucker vanished along the way. Sounds like a Fedex or UPS/DHL carrier.

    This is nutz!

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  27. George Hicks says:

    Great tweet by Eric Trump

    video/1

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  28. WeThePeople2016 says:

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    • Free Speech says:

      So, did ACB recuse? If so, that is sorry and pathetic. Deep State. Trump stabbed again.

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      • Lady in Red says:

        Most likely a timing issue. Maybe not sworn in by Roberts in time to participate in the case.

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      • Eric says:

        Oh for Pete sake, at least get the facts straight…

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        • Eric says:

          Also, this appears to do with absentee ballots, not mail-in ballots as Vladeck is claiming.

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        • Free Speech says:

          Oh, for Pete’s sake, Pollyanna, at least admit what it DAMN IS. North Carolina, which is a +2 by internal polls, will get to count ballots 9 days after the election. By the way, in 2018, McSally was up +2 in AZ on election day, and Sinema wound up +2 in the end.

          Most of us were hanging on the ACB nomination because we believed she would set these cases straight. Why don’t you give the straight facts? Why was this timed the way it was? Who is responsible for that timing? Roberts? The Republicans bringing the suit?

          Stop sugar coating a turd.

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          • Eric says:

            Free Speech… I know who and what you are. I’ve seen enough of your posts to know that.

            You’re going to be real upset after the election when your guy Joe doesn’t win.

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            • albertus magnus says:

              Good calling out, Eric!

              PDJT will win NC by 4+, not to worry.

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              • Free Speech says:

                I hope you’re right. I was surprised to hear we were only up 2 on internal polls in NC.

                I’ll wait for POTUS to comment. I don’t think he’ll be too happy about these rulings.

                You guys are way out of line accusing me of being a ‘secret agent’ for Biden on here.

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            • Free Speech says:

              Everybody who disagrees with you is not a ‘secret agent supporting Biden’.

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              • Eric says:

                No, but when you’ve hit your 1,000th post about “the Deep State has won, Trump is done” over the course of a few years, it wears pretty darn thin.

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                • Free Speech says:

                  That’s not true, man. Look, I apologize for calling you ‘Pollyanna’. I’m sorry if that hurt your feelings, but just a while back I linked a video in opposition to someone wringing their hands about ‘Trump losing Texas’. So, not a fair characterization of me as a contributor here. Sorry, if I don’t share your 100% positive all the time outlook.

                  I have never jumped in on one of your responses to criticize you or Albertus Magnus. That’s all I will say. I only respond when I get criticized. You’ve made a couple of rash accusations about me – “I only support the cause on the internet” and now this.

                  Accusing me of secretly supporting Biden is just wrong, but you believe what you want to.

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  29. trumpthepress says:

    According to Kevin McCullough – Internal polls from both sides showing the President will win this (+3 in PA, +3 FL, +3 AZ, +3 MI and +2 in NC, WI dead heat).

    That being said….I am nervous about it all and have become addicted to following everything every minute of the day. I can’t wait for the election to be over.

    We can’t lose our country.

    This should be a complete wipeout, but many including myself are still not 100% sure at this point.

    Sick and tired of Big Tech, the corrupt left, and the evil media. We have to win this and remove them from existence.

    Voting on election day in PA like everyone I know. No trust in Wolf or the mail.

    Can’t wait for the win.

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    • BuckeyeMom says:

      All of us need to hold the course. Every Treeper (and our President) knew they were going to do whatever it takes to steal this election. So, all I can say at this point, is to stay healthy, don’t pay attention to MSM and ridiculous polls, and be ready to vote on Tuesday like our lives and future depend on it. I’m ready….

      Trump 2020

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    • donnymo says:

      9 days of counting truck loads of fraudulent Biden ballots is PLENTY of time to overturn a +2 margin of victory. Ask Martha McSally how that worked out.

      This is getting really really dicey.

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      • trumpthepress says:

        No doubt. I did hear that there are tons of lawyers on the Trump side going to Phila and all across the nation. They know what’s going on and I just pray they can stop it.

        If I hear one more time…there is no fraud….arghh..

        What scares me the most is that about 1/2 our country is completely brainwashed, corrupt, ignorant etc….

        The fact that it’s not a no-brainer for the President makes me worry for our future.

        Some voter rolls were purged but not all. Unreal.

        We definitely need 4 more years to straighten-out the anti-American teachers and corruption.

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  30. Peoria Jones says:

    HaHa! Funny moment on Mark Levin’s radio show tonight…

    He was interviewing a reporter who was covering the Philly riots and got beaten. Reporter was explaining how his face looked like it had two eyelids.

    Levin said, “Well at least you don’t have two eyebrows, like Nancy Pelosi.”

    Sorry, just had to share that. Totally unexpected in a sympathetic interview, and best genuine laugh I’ve had all day! 😀

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  31. Troublemaker10 says:

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  32. gsonFIT says:

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  33. CM-TX says:

    Hilarious!

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  34. WeThePeople2016 says:

    Yes, and NBC pushed fake polls!!

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  35. gsonFIT says:

    This one is really great

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  36. gsonFIT says:

    We got this!!!

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  37. Johny5 says:

    Anyone seen the SC ruling on NC extending the ballot deadline by 9 days? Lets just say another so called conservative justice let us down, again

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    • Magabear says:

      Heck, why just 9 days? Why not until Thanksgiving? Or Christmas? Or the day before inaguration day? 😤

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    • BoomerCat says:

      And our newest one didn’t even vote. I swear, with the Supreme Court, it’s one step forward and three steps back. Not even a week with a conservative majority, and this happens. Just no way to win. I’m pissed about both of these rulings today because I was really hoping we’d have a result on election night. No matter what happens, it will be dragged out again because those votes will have to be dealt with one way or another. Aargh! I think more wine will be required to get through the next two weeks..😒

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  38. Troublemaker10 says:

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  39. jeans2nd says:

    It would appear Mayor Rudy Guiliana has partnered up with Raheem Kassam and The National Pulse.

    Mayor Rudy’s latest podcast is about Hunter Biden partnering up with the CCP’s acquisitions of energy companies. Recall China has no energy of its own to mine or frack.
    “Joe Biden PARTNERED With Chinese COMMUNISTS For $30M | Rudy Giuliani | Ep. 81” 32:52

    Mayor Rudy G’s podcast seems to echo The National Pulse’s latest exclusive –

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  40. dogsmaw says:

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    • cow wow says:

      God bless him. Very good report and closed with action items for us all to remember, from Scot Pressler.

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    • sunnydaze says:

      And don’t forget all the registered Dems that are now voting TRUMP.

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    • gsonFIT says:

      I love him, PDJT needs to give him a call after the election. Hell, he ought to invite him to the inauguration.

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    • BuckeyeMom says:

      I like him, too. He is very articulate and passionate with his support of our President. During one of the RSBN broadcasts, he was criticized by someone on their chat for his long hair- so sad. The MAGA movement is not the old time “your Dad’s Republican party”, as the Democrat party is no longer “JFK”. It’s time for everyone to realize America has evolved, and it’s political parties have, too.

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  41. Eric says:

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  42. sunnydaze says:

    At this rate, even D.C. and parts of N.Virginia are going to be voting Red.

    (Jack’s put a “sensitive ” on these posts. May have to click to see the rioting in D.C. tonite.)

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  43. Todd says:

    Dr. Steve Turley
    @DrTurleyTalks
    ·
    2h
    Now Gallup is projecting that Trump is going to carry the popular vote! It just keeps getting better and better!
    @realDonaldTrump
    #Trump2020Landslide

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