Michigan Rep Debbie Dingell: “Yesterday, I had some of the autoworkers, who I thought were going to go back to Joe Biden, were very clear with me…they’re voting for President Trump.”

All over the country middle-class MAGA voters are overwhelming the media polling narrative and the Biden campaign is seeing internal polling that doesn’t look good (more on that in a minute).  Bolstering early ground reports that are is stunning the political world, republicans now lead democrats in returned ballots in Michigan. [LINK]

As we noted yesterday the Biden campaign in Michigan has shifted from mail-in ballot focus, to enlisting former President Obama this weekend to rally for in-person voting. However, additional on-the-ground information looks worse. WATCH:

“Yesterday, I had some of the autoworkers, who I thought were going to go back to Joe Biden, were very clear with me…they’re voting for President Trump.”

The Trump army is activated and there is no visible enthusiasm for the Biden-Harris effort beyond Big Tech manipulation and fraudulent national media scripts.

Don’t get complacent, now is the time to push even harder with more resolve.

 

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355 Responses to Michigan Rep Debbie Dingell: “Yesterday, I had some of the autoworkers, who I thought were going to go back to Joe Biden, were very clear with me…they’re voting for President Trump.”

  1. helmhood says:

    It is very possible Michigan is the state the puts President Trump over 270 and clinches his re-election. What an honor for these men an women who have suffered under that governor.

    Liked by 53 people

    • SanDollar says:

      Yes Yes Yes!

      Liked by 1 person

    • Cindy Young says:

      Praying that this is so. She has been a tyrant that unfortunately we are stuck with for 2 more years.

      Liked by 6 people

    • Baron Sicluna says:

      We all owe a debt of gratitude to Sundance. he worked his tail off trying to get the doj and Durham to do something. I’m sure he was very upset and a little disappointed that things didn’t work out . things are as they seem. we have a two-tiered justice system. we have a system that protects the swamp. that must have been a gut-punch for Sundance. But when people ask—- what can we do? It’s what you’re seeing now!!!! the thing we can all do is just get out their push back on the narrative. if we’re out there they can not ignore it. They can not hide it. They can not pretend that we’re not there. They can try to stifle our voices but it doesn’t work. We have more power than CNN WaPo or the New York Times. We know it. They know it. That’s why they hate us. That’s why they are losing.

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      • Daniel M. Camac says:

        Baron Sicluna, You said it all brother! We are going to do whatever we can to keep our VSGPDJT in the White House for four more years and if the Left (Communists) try to steal it then we shall put them down once and for all.

        I’m driving in a TRUMP car rally this Saturday in southeastern PA. The coordinator is using stealth measures to get the word out.

        We will not be silenced. We will not be stopped.

        And WE WILL MAKE AMERICA GREAT AGAIN, AGAIN!!!

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      • dissonant1 says:

        Another thing we can do… put pressure on the Republicans in congress to support PDJT in draining the swamp after the is re-elected (for example, replacing Wray and Haspel). If PDJT is re-elected overwhelmingly (and I think he will be) they will have to listen to us. PDJT is forcing them to hitch their wagons to him. All the more reason this election is so important!

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      • fionnagh says:

        Had it not been for SD, I would not have taken the WA State ballot observer training, nor patiently talked others into a PT vote. I am sure there are many others like me. So if SD did not achieve the specific result he aimed for, he will in truth have achieved (through us) the goal of re-election. And that is no small achievement.

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      • spoogels says:

        I wish there was a transcript of this podcast I cannot get into it to listen to it:

        EXCLUSIVE: FBI Dir. Wray Profited from Hunter Biden’s Illegal China-Russia Kickback Deal; Is This Why the FBI Covered Up Hunter’s Laptop?

        October Surprise — Two most powerful law enforcement officials in United States made money off Hunter Biden’s Russia-China scheme. And then sat of evidence for a year that would put the guy in prison. Until they were outed today and now suddenly, Hunter is under investigation.

        Hours after Wray gets busted — along with Barr — for cashing in on the Biden schemes while they were in private practice — DOJ suddenly confirms Hunter Biden is under investigation. For weeks they have been mum. See how this works?EXCLUSIVE: FBI Dir. Wray Profited from Hunter Biden’s Illegal China-Russia Kickback Deal, per Records & High-Placed Feds.

        Is This Why the FBI Has Covered Up Hunter’s Laptop?

        Guess Who Else Cashed In on Hunter’s Deal? AG William Barr. You couldn’t make this up if you tried.

        https://truepundit.com/exclusive-fbi-dir-wray-profited-from-hunter-bidens-illegal-china-russia-kickback-deal-is-this-why-the-fbi-covered-up-hunters-laptop/

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        • doyouseemyvision says:

          The podcast is working. I just tried it. Turn on podcast #47. Go to about the 14.30 min mark where it starts. Just take your finger and move it across the ‘curly bars’ to the right. When you hear a man speak, you’re in.

          I thought I heard Bobulinski also talking in the podcast, not sure if it was a live version of him at the time or a recording that Paine replayed.

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    • Pa Hermit says:

      Do yourself and America a favor and pull the STRAIGHT R trick! We’ve had enough of the so called Democrats that say they back the worker!

      Liked by 10 people

    • seejaye143 says:

      Proud Michigan Trump supporter here! Will be voting in person on Tuesday…and also looking for the Recall Whitmer petition to sign!

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      • Wendy says:

        Recalling Whitmer might not be as hard during PTrump second term. Even if less than 50% MI resident want her to be recalled they will be very motivated to vote her out while the others aren’t as motivated to keep her in. Even if you approve of her job performance would you be motivated enough to take your time out to vote just so she can keep her job?
        You have to be loved not to be voted out.

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      • tpwbama says:

        All you guys up in the swing states have a lot of pressure on you….I am in Alabama and telling people to vote for Trump is like preaching to the choir. I believe last election he got 70%. If it weren’t for the transplants in B’Ham and Huntsville and the Black population he would take the whole state. People down South are very anti government even a large % of federal employees vote R. Just wish for once we had a little love (good jobs) sent our way…but then again if it caused more transplants then……..Keep up the good fight

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        • tpwbama says:

          Meant to add…..his 2nd term……Media problem has to be addressed. And it goes without saying….Justice must be served. If not then our destruction is just delayed.

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        • Kroesus says:

          Actual GOP and conservatives are NOT “anti-government” but are control them and small government types. Government is unfortunately a necessary evil. An oppressive government is a direct assault on freedom and liberty.

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      • Winning! Voting on Tuesday, too.
        We signed the recall and the Restore Freedom petitions on Sunday. I would like to see her Health Director Gordon go – he’s a real piece of work. The county health departments are reeking havoc on our sports, schools, restaurants, etc. They want to tank the small businesses and create more dependency.

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    • dissonant1 says:

      Of the “swing states,” PDJT has to win FL, NC, OH, AZ, + just one of the following: MN, WI, MI, or PA. You are right, MI could be the one. Or he could very well win all four. It would be poetic justice if the tyrant Whitmer were responsible for freedom-loving people to put PDJT over the top.

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    • eweturn8 says:

      I will be honored to go in person on November 3 and cast my vote for Donald J Trump, and Mrs Dingell’s republican opponent, Jeff Jones.

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    • Rip Tide says:

      President Trump got 2 votes from us today in Michigan. 2 more coming from our 2 adult kids on Tuesday! Let’s finish this Michiganders!

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  2. rpcoastie says:

    My daughter and son-in-law both voted for the first time in California. They always told me voting here is useless for Republicans but this time they both voted. So, we have five votes for President Trump in Southern California!

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    • SandDollar says:

      My family is in SOCAL – at least 2 more votes. Plus an additional few on my husband’s side. A trickle that can turn into a great red wave, especially after seeing all of those beautiful rallies! It IS possible!

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    • Wendy says:

      I think it will make a difference regarding the popular vote and might be even house seats flipping. We need to show we are the majority who had enough of dems and fake news media bullsh*t. If CA goes light blue instead of deep blue, it will shock the entire deep state.

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      • delighteddeplorablechumpette says:

        Yes and I think light blue is within reach as well as some flipped seats. Support for POTUS is robust where it shouldn’t be, see multiple rallies in Beverly Hills, yuge boat parades, 25,000 people turning out in Newport Beach just to catch a glimpse of POTUS’ motorcade. This stuff is real.

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      • guest4ever says:

        Wendy—-Why not go all the way RED? God does indeed still work miracles!!!!

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        • Dutchman says:

          I believe its actually possible. I can’t imagine too many (none) Trump supporters, who are NOT going to vote because they live in a Blue State, like Cal or New York.

          Add to that, the Dem walkaways, and the haven’t voted in 20 years voters,…AND those tired of these lockdowns; a vote for Trump, is a way to ‘vote’ against Whitless, Coumo and Newsome, when their not on the ballot.

          IF we get something close to a fair count, I’m thinking PDJT gets close to, or just over 400 electoral votes.

          Hillary will be nauseous, and Bill will be in witness protection, lol.

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          • upstate909 says:

            Dutch…I read this morning that HRC is now an Elector for the State of New York. Since I read that, I have been pondering that NY may teeter Red: would it not be the most euphoric moment in time to watch her have to cast a vote for PDJT.

            Okay…I have left fantasyland!

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            • spoogels says:

              It wont happen
              She will with the lefties and SDNY swing the electoral vote to Hiden Biden
              Remember she has the goods on all of them

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          • frank field says:

            I’d be ecstatic with 320!

            Go Dutchman!

            🙏🇺🇸

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        • Elmo says:

          Unfortunately that won’t happen. Besides rampant voter fraud there’s also the fact that 54% of California voters are registered as Democrats.

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          • Evelyn says:

            Over 30% of the people at many/most Trump rallies are registered Democrats. Democrats are the voters that are going to put Trump over the top.

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            • tpwbama says:

              I think so too Evelyn. Just because there is an early D vote advantage does not mean they went 100% for Biden . I have to believe that there aren’t that many truly stupid people that would vote against their own best interest.

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          • upstate909 says:

            There are a lot of unsatisfied D’s… I would guestimate 15% country wide…maybe not CA…but every dent counts!

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          • Jury Nullification says:

            Would any of those include the Walkaway Democrats, Elmo?

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        • Robert Smith says:

          Sometimes, when things break in a different direction – they break in a big way.

          I don’t know what it will be but I feel it is certainly in the air for some unthinkable event where people say “enough is enough.” Even more so that “What the hell do you have to lose?” People have seen first-hand evidence of what they can lose these past few years. Culminating in outright security state tactics the past 7 months since lockdowns.

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      • hokkoda says:

        This is important. One of the great lies from 2016 is that Hillary “won” the popular vote. I don’t think after the s**t show we’ve been put through the last 4 years that Republicans nationwide are going to make that mistake again.

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    • joejoefromsandiego says:

      Six. I voted Trump two weeks ago.

      Liked by 7 people

    • Max Tadpol says:

      Eight including me, my wife and son.

      Liked by 5 people

    • vfm#7634 says:

      We absolutely need our people to vote in California and other deep-blue states, for the House if anything.

      Liked by 3 people

    • Raffaella says:

      3 more votes in Southern California tomorrow. Our early in person voting starts tomorrow.

      Liked by 2 people

    • upstate909 says:

      VOTE VOTE VOTE!!!. As a South-East Coaster, I cannot relate to the politics you have to endure. Just vote…get everyone you can….I want to see the Dems start sweating on the West Coast. It may not be this time…..but keep the momentum going!!! I believe they WILL be sweating on the East Coast. I also believe our all mighty Father is on our side!

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    • felipe says:

      rp: I live in deep blue coastal socal in a neighborhood where a lot of people take evening strolls past my front yard. Out doing yardwork this evening, I overheard two different sets of middle-age neighbor women (with masks on) saying that they had *sigh* decided they ‘had to’ vote for Trump. I was only able to hear one of them explain her decision to her friend. She said she simply could not abide Joe Biden’s treatment of women. oof. I found it really interesting that that was her tipping point (not his uttter corruption, zero achievements, constant lying and pending senility. I wonder how many other Karens out there are now clearly seeing Biden for the pervert he and family appear to be.

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  3. avocadodipp says:

    And Dingleberry is surprised??? Bwahaahhaa!

    Liked by 11 people

  4. suejeanne1 says:

    Praise the Lord!

    I hope the Dingell Legacy can end on this – Detroit has been “in” the Dingell Family for over 86 years!

    Liked by 15 people

  5. Krashman Von Stinkputin says:

    Morale of the story for Dems/MSM…
    Stop thinking
    you’re thinking…

    And start asking.
    Thankfully….they won’t listen.

    Liked by 4 people

  6. Ploni says:

    America First!

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  7. MM says:

    Music to my ears.
    Time for Michigan to MAGA!

    Liked by 7 people

  8. jus wundrin says:

    “THEY SHOULD BE FORCED TO WATCH US!!!!!”

    ~ cnn

    Need a pic of some dour faced cnn hacks to set the mood. 😂😂😂

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  9. I see that “republicans now lead democrats in returned ballots in Michigan”. Just one question from Australia where the voting system is very different. How does anybody know this?

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    • flexableunbendenum says:

      These numbers only track voters by party.
      No way of knowing who they actually voted for.

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      • How do you track voters by party?

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        • iconoclast says:

          A voter’s party registration is public information. So is whether or not that voter has voted. So by counting voters, one can learn how many from each party have voted.

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          • Thanks. That explains the mechanism. Perhaps it will seem strange to US voters but in Australia neither of those pieces of information is public.

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            • doyouseemyvision says:

              Bear in mind that a registered Democrat voter or a registered Republican voter can ‘cross’ into another party to vote for a candidate in the Nov election. In other words, a registered Democrat could vote for Trump, for example.

              So even though we are seeing that ‘x’ number of registered Democrats voted in Florida and ‘y’ number of registered Republicans voted for example, because the votes are secret and the voter can cross over, we really don’t know which candidate is leading, and therefore we are speculating. But we’re trying to infuse logic based on latest polls, number of signage we see in certain areas of the counties, endorsements of national figures, political discontent with the status quo, etc, to speculate on how the voting thus far is leaning by state.

              To confuse things even further, we use an Electoral College to vote in the Pres. If a Candidate wins a state, he gets ‘x’ number of electoral votes and must reach 270 electoral votes to win. The number of electoral votes allocated to each state is based on the number of seats in the lower House of Representatives. The larger the population of a state, the more reps in the House and therefore the more electoral votes, which explains why Calif and NY state are so rich in electoral votes.

              Here’s a fun interactive map of the US to simulate who will reach 270 EC votes. Red is Trump, blue is Biden. There is also a reset button to start over. Don’t worry about the default counts showing blue is winning.
              https://www.270towin.com/

              Your question was a good one.

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              • doyouseemyvision says:

                P.S. If you were to ask ‘why does the US use the Electoral College method to vote for the President’, it’s in our constitution as written by our founding fathers. There were only 13 or so states at the time, some were more populous than others, and it was a way for the less populous states to have a reasonable ‘weight’ in the final vote so that the more populous states wouldn’t have the final say.

                We read many complaints by Canadians in their western provinces complaining that Toronto and Quebec essentially vote in the Premier because their voting method is a plurality. Our system can tend to avoid that if a Presidential candidate enacts a thoughtful electoral strategy to get to 270. For example, Hillary in 2016 took some of our most populous states and cities, but did not win enough electoral votes. She claimed to have won the popular vote (through massive cheating in Calif), but that is not how you win the office.

                Trump has developed several electoral paths to victory if some of the states he originally hoped to get don’t pan out. For example, now that the Supreme Court has ruled that North Carolina can take up to 9 days after the Nov 3 election to continue to count votes, Trump can’t rely on that state anymore because of the potential for cheating. If not for that ruling, Trump would take NC the night of Nov 3. So his path to victory must now exclude NC.

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        • Nonniemae says:

          It is known when the voter votes in the Republican primary or the democrat primary. You can’t vote in both. You have to declare if you are voting Republican or democrat. The primary ballot is either Rep or dem to get down to the one Republican candidate and one democrat candidate that face each other in the General Election (November 3)

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          • I can understand why people would have to register a party affiliation to vote in the primaries. But the last thing I would want when I vote here is for the smiling election official in the general election to look up and tell me which party I’m affiliated with. I promise that when I am appointed dictator of the USA the first thing I will do is make a few changes to your voting system.

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            • JoAnn Leichliter says:

              The guy handing you your ballot probably has no idea what your affiliation is.

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              • Kroesus says:

                Actually, they DO. The voter roll they consult when you sign in for your in-person ballot has your declared party affiliation.

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            • Tina says:

              Not every US state requires selection of a party affiliation to register to vote. Those are decisions made by the state legislatures, along with many other laws governing voting. In Texas, we do not choose a party when we register to vote. As Nonniemae said above, in Texas people can see IF you voted in a primary, and which party primary that was, but that does not chain you to the party. For example, in many parts of the state local elections might only have candidates from one party, so everyone local will vote in that primary, BUT will vote for the other party for National offices such as Senator and President.

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              • Tina says:

                Just to be clear: “so everyone local will vote in that primary, BUT at the General Election in November, will vote for the other party for National offices such as Senator and President.

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              • upstate909 says:

                Same in SC no declaration; only for primary. Our problem is the D’s will vote in Rep. primaries to skew our choices.

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          • Aimeslee Winans says:

            Right Nonniemae, and just maybe there are many folks like my husband and me. On the rolls, we look Dem because the last primary we voted in was in 2008 for Hillary, but we voted McCain in General and for GOP ever since but haven’t voted in another primary. Actually could be a lot of folks similar to that.

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        • Elle says:

          When you register to vote, you choose an official party affiliation. The official parties vary by state but all states have at minimum Democrat, Republican and Independent. Your party affiliation, in most States, determines what ballot you will get to vote in the primary election” (where you choose which candidates from your party will wind up on the ballot in the general election)

          In the general election (Nov 3) you are still registered as a Republican or Democrat or whatever, but you can cast your vote for anyone running for the position. So the big question is, how many “registered democrats” are going to polls but voting for Trump. Quite a few, I’m sure.

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      • RWG (Right Wing Gal) says:

        What they said. ^ More Rs than Ds have voted in Michigan, we’re making the assumption that Rs are breaking for Trump and Ds are breaking for Biden. It’s a safe assumption, but still just guessing.

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    • flexableunbendenum says:

      When we register to vote it is by party.

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      • Ok, So as each person votes their registered party affiliation is then added to a publicly available tally? What about people who want to do their civic duty by voting but don’t want to be registered with one party or another?

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        • flexableunbendenum says:

          Are registered as independent in most cases.

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        • rufnekreject says:

          Register as an ‘Independent,’ in my state. Each state may be a little different.

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          • Lurker360 says:

            CA has these registration options: “decline to state” and “independent” in addition to green, rep and dem. “independent” is a party, whereas DTS is not. Those registered with party preference get to vote in their party’s primaries. Not certain, but DTS may not get to vote primaries?

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          • twohartsintx says:

            In Texas we don’t pick a party when we register, but when voting in the Primary, a stamp is placed on our Voter Registration Card that designates which primary we voted in. In Texas there is no registering as an Independent. And there are always some individuals who if their preferred candidates are a shoe in, will vote in the other party’s Primary to vote for the weakest candidate to hopefully cause some chaos in the other party.

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        • Charles Dodgson says:

          Hi Forrest,
          Just to make things even more confusing, what people are telling you is not true of every state. Each one has their own rules. In my state of Texas I voted in the Republican primary but I am not a registered Republican. I am “unaffiliated”. If you really want to dig into this, web search “open vs closed primaries”

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        • Kroesus says:

          As said you can register as Independent but if there are party primaries in your state most only allow ballots to voters registered in the party they will vote for. The general election after primaries is open for any registered voter.

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      • TexSwede says:

        Texas is different. You don’t register by party. You can vote in either the D or R primary, but once you do, you cannot vote in runoffs for the other party. The information regarding which primary you voted in is public. I remember several times where I voted in the D primary because the R primary didn’t have the key races. And, I just couldn’t resist voting against Hillary one time and Barry the other. As Rush called it – operation chaos.

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  10. This report is encouraging. However, if that graphic in the background showing 49 million have already voted by mail-in ballots, that is sort of frightening. After all, the mail-in ballots are largely Democrat-controlled fraud schemes.

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    • RWG (Right Wing Gal) says:

      Not true. In Michigan, Trump has been touting a liberal report that shows of all the mail in and in person early votes, it’s 41% R to 39% D.

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    • Because the mail-in ballots are largely Democrat-controlled fraud schemes they now want the dems to vote in person so it can be double counted.

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      • The Boss says:

        True, except the dems and their media whores have done a spectacular job of frightening their base into NOT voting in person. The dems are literally begging in some states for their voters to “vote in person”. The idiot CT governor sounded the “All Clear” yesterday for voters to go to the polls. Quite remarkable to see a wide-scale cheating scheme fall apart by other actions taken by the cheaters.

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        • vfm#7634 says:

          That’s actually good… I’ve been afraid the Demorat governors would try voter suppression on Election Day by making ridiculous covid rules for the polling places.

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          • steph_gray says:

            The DementoRat (and our blueMA RINO who might as well switch) governors have said and done so many stupid things this year – I would not be at all surprised that they have messed up by sending a confusing message to their own voters.

            I don’t worry about R voters for the most part. If we didn’t know how to navigate intentionally confusing rules and voting barriers, we wouldn’t be R in the first place. Also we tend to value freedom, so COVID-1984 wont have a prayer of deterring us…

            I proudly early voted for President Trump this week, plus the few Rs that were even on the ballot here. Had been planning to go election day, but went with Dan Bongino’s advice to make sure it was in the bag ahead of that, in case of unforeseen problems.

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      • Peppurr says:

        That doesn’t surprise me, sigh.

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    • Doppler says:

      Nothing prevents the ever devious and inventive Dems from performing their ballot stuffing with fake Republican ballots that are voted Democratic. Dems definitely have the edge when it comes to lying, cheating and stealing.

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    • Maria says:

      Do you remember how, in California during the last midterms, Republicans shunned ballot harvesting? I would have, too, so this is not meant as criticism. The reasoning seemed to be that since the state should never have allowed ballot harvesting, the moral high ground would be to not participate. Which left it entirely in the hands of Democrats.

      Mail-in voting might be similar, in the sense that ignoring it won’t help. We need some Republicans voting by mail, some Republicans voting early-in-person, and some voting on Election Day. Why? Because if we can capture almost 50 percent of the votes in any one method, it makes it harder for Democrats to whine that they were disenfranchised because of irregularities for that method.

      Because Michigan has more Republicans than Democrats voting by mail, the planned narrative of saying that Biden voters were disenfranchised falls apart. They can’t claim that errors in signature matching hurt Democrats more than Republicans. Not when more Rs than Ds vote by mail.

      We still need a big turnout on Election Day, too. Use your best judgement as to what is the best way for you, personally, to vote.

      God Bless the U.S.A, and God Bless President Trump. MAGA!

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  11. SanJac says:

    The seat she holds was originally held by her father in law who was elected in 1959 has been held by Debbies and her worthless late husband ever since. Her worthless husband can still be seen in a video that says “We have to pass legislation to control the population” she needs to be retired now

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  12. RWG (Right Wing Gal) says:

    Has Biden canceled his victory fireworks yet?

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  13. UniPartySlayer says:

    If we are mark’d to die, we are enow
    To do our country loss; and if to live,
    The fewer men, the greater share of honour.
    God’s will! I pray thee, wish not one man more.
    By Jove, I am not covetous for gold,
    Nor care I who doth feed upon my cost;
    It yearns me not if men my garments wear;
    Such outward things dwell not in my desires.
    But if it be a sin to covet honour,
    I am the most offending soul alive.
    No, faith, my coz, wish not a man from England.
    God’s peace! I would not lose so great an honour
    As one man more methinks would share from me
    For the best hope I have. O, do not wish one more!
    Rather proclaim it, Westmoreland, through my host,
    That he which hath no stomach to this fight,
    Let him depart; his passport shall be made,
    And crowns for convoy put into his purse;
    We would not die in that man’s company
    That fears his fellowship to die with us.
    This day is call’d the feast of Crispian.
    He that outlives this day, and comes safe home,
    Will stand a tip-toe when this day is nam’d,
    And rouse him at the name of Crispian.
    He that shall live this day, and see old age,
    Will yearly on the vigil feast his neighbours,
    And say ‘To-morrow is Saint Crispian.’
    Then will he strip his sleeve and show his scars,
    And say ‘These wounds I had on Crispian’s day.’
    Old men forget; yet all shall be forgot,
    But he’ll remember, with advantages,
    What feats he did that day. Then shall our names,
    Familiar in his mouth as household words-
    Harry the King, Bedford and Exeter,
    Warwick and Talbot, Salisbury and Gloucester-
    Be in their flowing cups freshly rememb’red.
    This story shall the good man teach his son;
    And Crispin Crispian shall ne’er go by,
    From this day to the ending of the world,
    But we in it shall be remembered-
    We few, we happy few, we band of brothers;
    For he to-day that sheds his blood with me
    Shall be my brother; be he ne’er so vile,
    This day shall gentle his condition;
    And gentlemen in England now-a-bed
    Shall think themselves accurs’d they were not here,
    And hold their manhoods cheap whiles any speaks
    That fought with us upon Saint Crispin’s day.

    Liked by 6 people

  14. leon0112 says:

    John James for US Senate!

    Liked by 15 people

  15. Kristin DeBacco says:

    Because of our Presidents’ tireless working for ALL in our country. Thank you Mr. President. “Thank you” to his cabinet and all who are supporting this man.

    Liked by 7 people

  16. Kristin DeBacco says:

    Because of our Presidents’ tireless working for ALL in our country. Thank you Mr. President. “Thank you” to his cabinet and all who are supporting this man.

    Liked by 4 people

  17. mo says:

    Those Dingle (-b……). Like an itch that wont go away.

    Liked by 2 people

  18. WSB says:

    Debbie Downer! Debbie DONE!

    Liked by 5 people

  19. AndrewJackson says:

    Going to throw my last donation to push us forward. Voting on Election Day and scheduled myself for 2 days off, hopefully to enjoy a massive celebration!

    Liked by 7 people

  20. OffCourseNation says:

    Tsunami Trump has gone from Cat 2 to Cat 3. Now expected to hit election landfall in America on Nov 3 at Cat 5.

    Democrats now being advised to seek shelter … preferably in another country … for their own little remaining mental safety..

    Liked by 12 people

  21. When you’ve got em on the run, ride harder!

    Liked by 10 people

  22. fanbeav says:

    Comrade Whitmer was pretty stupid to try and enforce draconian lockdowns and rules for Covid. I imagine many moderate MI democrats are not voting for Biden!

    Liked by 5 people

  23. Leon Brozyna says:

    Come Tuesday, Biden & Co. best not be in front of the fan …

    Liked by 3 people

  24. Baby El says:

    Someone tell Debbie Halloween isn’t for 2 more days. That is one scary mask she’s wearing.

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  25. Vince says:

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  26. omyword says:

    We know the polls are wrong. Here is one reason why. My sister inlaw keeps getting calls from poll people. What we do: we have no comment. Polling calls we feel are canvasing for data, or data mining. One saying you vote for the president makes you a target. These people are getting your personel data as well. And work to get your location. The other thing is the can see hiw many coters there are and maufacture just enough mailin ballots to win in key areas. This is why Roberts’s throwing the court along with Kavanaugh in the N. Carolina voter count extension is critical. Runing under the guise of previous state law disregarding the constitution.

    In short, we dont give them our names, or who we are voting for.
    Not playing the game. And we arent the only ones.
    “I dont have any comment, I am not a political person. Dont call me again please.”

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    • RWG (Right Wing Gal) says:

      Maybe it’s because I’m in the “millenial” age bracket but I’ve gotten polling text messages for the first time ever in the last couple of months. I respond to each one with “STOP” and then block the number in my online account with my cell provider. My parents in law have a landline still and get called constantly, and they either tell them to pound sand or they mess with the person saying they are writing in The Cookie Monster or other nonsense.

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      • Kristin DeBacco says:

        We have a landline and calls are crazy. Have silenced phone. We do not answer.
        Too many donation texts from every one. Too many!!!!
        We only donate on Trump/Pence.

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      • spren says:

        I have been besieged with calls on both my landline and my cell. If I don’t recognize the number, I just don’t answer the call. If it someone who truly wants to contact me, they’ll leave a voicemail and then I can decide whether or not to call them back. My wife and I don’t give out information to anyone, let alone complete strangers.

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      • Oh Henry! says:

        I recently learned a trick from a cyber security colleague to report SPAM texts:
        1) Copy the SPAM text
        2) Paste the text in a new text window
        3) Enter the text number 7726, it spells SPAM, then hit send.
        4) Your carrier will send a response message back asking for the phone # and you reply with the phone number of the SPAM text, no dashes required, just the 10 numbers.
        5) If you have an iPhone, go back to the SPAM text and “Block this Caller”
        6) Then delete the text

        BA-DA-BOOM-BA-DA-BING! You have done your small part to rid the world of useless texts.

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    • booger71 says:

      We just never answer the phone if it is a number we don’t know.

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    • rufnekreject says:

      I don’t judge you for not participating or for your reasons, because you deserve respect.

      Maybe I don’t have so much to lose, but I answer willingly. Before last debate, I got 3 phone polls and 1 text poll. None since.

      For me, I’m not afraid any longer. If they win (or lose, for that matter) and seek us out to destroy us, they have so many ways to find me that it seems pointless to hide. I don’t want to play along to postpone being found out. Gotta live.

      If God is for me, who can be against me?

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    • KalenaCTH says:

      I lie to them with gusto.

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    • ziegler von strahn says:

      You’re right. The polls are being manufactured to provide cover for the massive voter fraud they are attempting.
      Texas a toss up state according to cooke political report? Seriously?… not to anyone outside freaking Austin.
      But then you see Project veritas and a woman on video saying she is delivering 7000 votes in one county….and you start to see the actual purpose of the polls.

      I carry a drug dealer phone, so I dont get these kinds of calls anymore.

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    • Puzzled says:

      Give them nothing for the polls, let them guess. On the day they can read them and weep.

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  27. T2020 says:

    Praying daily for it. 🙏😇🇺🇸

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  28. SR says:

    ACB is again out from NC election counting after Nov 3rd. She seems Barr with good talk and no action. She wants to be neutral great judge but liberal would give her hate and insult.

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  29. The Gipper Lives says:

    The autoworkers prefer a candidate who stood up to China over a candidate who’s a secret silent partner with the Communists?

    Weird.

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  30. sooner8728 says:

    Election night is going to be a surprise for a lot of people.

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  31. Oldretiredguy says:

    Hard not to be optimistic for PDT. But don’t overlook the Senate. The left can still do a fair amount of damage if they steal enough Senate races. A lightning bolt would be a GOP sweep of the House, Senate and the WH. Regardless of the outcome, there’ll be more than enough leftist (black lice don’t matter) and the antifa wieners to create a lot of disruption

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  32. Oldretiredguy says:

    Hard not to be optimistic for PDT. But don’t overlook the Senate. The left can still do a fair amount of damage if they steal enough Senate races. A lightning bolt would be a GOP sweep of the House, Senate and the WH. Regardless of the outcome, there’ll be more than enough leftist (black lice don’t matter) and the antifa wieners to create a lot of disruption

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  33. Oldretiredguy says:

    Hard not to be optimistic for PDT. But don’t overlook the Senate. The left can still do a fair amount of damage if they steal enough Senate races. A lightning bolt would be a GOP sweep of the House, Senate and the WH. Regardless of the outcome, there’ll be more than enough leftist (black lice don’t matter) and the antifa wieners to create a lot of disruption

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  34. Oldretiredguy says:

    Hard not to be optimistic for PDT. But don’t overlook the Senate. The left can still do a fair amount of damage if they steal enough Senate races. A lightning bolt would be a GOP sweep of the House, Senate and the WH. Regardless of the outcome, there’ll be more than enough leftist (black lice don’t matter) and the antifa wieners to create a lot of disruption

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  35. 1hear2learn says:

    I believe I heard her briefly on WJR, or on one of their news updates, that her exact quote when she asked the auto workers was ALL 90,000 said Trump!!!

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    • 1hear2learn says:

      Well I can’t find that quote now, will keep looking and link if I can find it.

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    • zephyrbreeze says:

      Biden has Zero Charisma, so I am not surprised, even if they wanted to vote for a pro-choice candidate.

      Biden makes it hard to vote for him.

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      • Max Tadpol says:

        What do you mean Mr., “I’m sick of smart guys!” has no charisma?!?

        Sidenote that’s as funny of a Joey B video quote – with his hand movements – as he delivered this campaign lol

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      • JoAnn Leichliter says:

        I watched President Trump’s Omaha outdoor rally, since I couldn’t attend. It was chilly and breezy (30 degrees where I live). He remarked on the weather, but he was truly having a lot of fun. It was impressive.

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  36. booger71 says:

    “When you got em’ on the run, keep em’ on the run”
    Knute Rockne

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  37. thesavvyinvester says:

    Sundance i am in Michigan, and I posted here before about my Auto Union neighbor & Trump supporter extrodinare told me everyone in the plant is for Trump, that’s 2000 people. Take a look at Debbie in that video, it’s in her body language, she knows it’s over

    You can’t B.S. theses guys, they can smell a line a mile away. You may not remember, I emailed you privately in 16′ about a plant survey that I happened to be privy to by a accident that had PDJT winning 60 to 40 over Hillary, my guess is this time it is way higher than this.

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  38. Bob Parker says:

    Several years ago I chose to ignore the polls. Biden +17 points in WI? TX & FL Toss ups? PLEASE.

    However, I am extremely encouraged & excited about all of the rallies, especially those where President Trump is not there!! The Trumptillas & massive auto rallies all over the country\!! Now there’s a daily statement being made & it ain’t Biden for President baby!!

    And last, but not least, the President’s own rallies with 10’s of thousands of rabid Trump supporters. I try to watch several each week, & it is just so uplifting starting with Lee Greenwood’s “God Bless the USA”, the President’s EXCELLENT speeches, the TREMENDOUS closing words” AND WE WILL MAKE AMERICA GREAT AGAIN!! I shout out those words along with President Trump every time I hear them.

    That stuff puts tears in my eyes each & every time. And as Rush has pointed out, all of those attendees @ the Trump rallies takes photos/videos & shares them with family/friends!!

    Although I shudder to even think that Biden MIGHT have a chance, all of the Trump/Trumpless rallies & Trumptillas out there convince me that not only will President Trump win, PRESIDENT TRUMP WILL WIN BIGLY. A TRUMPSLIDE if you will despite the Dems’ attempts to steal it.

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  39. samwise163 says:

    I need Michigan to go TRUMP/MAGA on Tuesday!

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  40. JBird says:

    FB and Twitter banned me today for posting gateway pundit articles about the Pedocrats.

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  41. Max Tadpol says:

    Man she shudders worse than:

    A – Young Joe Biden or Joe in handcuffs (pick one)
    B – Nat-zi after a hard Vodka night put away wet.
    C – Someone who knows this is over for the Dems.
    D – All of the above.

    Liked by 3 people

    • RWG (Right Wing Gal) says:

      I couldn’t help but notice how much she stutters. This is someone who has held public office for years/decades?

      Liked by 1 person

    • Eagle Driver says:

      I was going to post something that rhymes with shudders and thought best of it…BUT it would have been funny…👍

      Liked by 1 person

      • Dutchman says:

        Thats,…fear. She is afraid to say, what she knows to be true; they are not just losing, they are losing BIG TIME.

        The video above, the radio guy says both the Biden and Trump internals are showing the same thing; PDJT up several points, across the board.

        Red tsunami, baby. Its happening.

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        • Eagle Driver says:

          ABSOLUTELY correct, Dutch…These people have been on the dole for so long, their repertoire saying(s) are falling on deaf ears…Biden has a commercial of what he would do during the covid crisis…NOT ONCE does he explain HOW!!! And all the dems are like that…

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  42. JimW says:

    Lurker here. I’m in Ohio. Signs are 10 to 1. I drove to Florida and up to the Michigan Thumb lat month. Same thing. I’ve been hammering the Trump haters on the local newspaper letters to the editor. MAGA.

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  43. Patchman2076 says:

    You knew there were major problems for the “carcass” formerly known as joey “plugs” biden, when they had to pour no doz down his gullet and wheel him across state lines.
    You can see how angry he’s been the past two days.
    If he really has been up in these states like we’re all supposed to believe what the hell is he campaigning anymore for.
    People are voting for Trump.
    You don’t normally win because people hate the other guy.

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  44. The Devilbat says:

    49,768,958 mail in votes to only 26,023,923 in-person votes sounds very dangerous to me. How many of those mail in ballots are fraudulent? The democrats are without any question going to try to steal the election.

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    • vikingmom says:

      I am wondering if the Left is suddenly pushing HARD for in-person votes because they are NOT getting back the number of mail-in ballots they need in order to flip results AND if the Rs are actually getting a large percentage of them in as well, which could be very problematic since conventional wisdom says that Rs always outnumber Ds in election day turnout.

      The only way they can cheat is if it is close on Tuesday – if there is a blowout in enough states to make Biden’s path to 270 impossible to achieve without flipping numerous states, then all their plans will fail! Lord, let it be so!!

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    • Dutchman says:

      My wife and I have voted by SOLICITED mail in voting, in Az, since 2000.

      Before, always mailed it in, THIS year carried into an early voting location, and put it in the lockbox.

      Not nearly all “mail in” ballots are fraudulent, although certainly SOME are.

      I think they are in trouble, and they KNOW it.Frankly, I think its time to stick a fork in the Harris/Biden campaign, they are
      D O N E!

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  45. Davecatbone says:

    Liberate OHIO!

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  46. wadehamptonsc says:

    Wretched Whitmer is Donald Trump’s best asset in Michigan. She is an object lesson in what it means to be oppressed by a Democrat administration. Michiganders must have figured it out by now.

    A couple of thoughts about North Carolina. One of the biggest sources of Dem votes in my former state are the students whose parents live out of state, but attend universities in the state (e.g. Chapel Hill, Duke, UNC-Asheville, UNC-Wilmington, etc.). Since most of these schools have cancelled in person learning, the students won’t be able to vote in NC. Also, NC has a governor Cooper who has kept the state locked down, so like Wretched Whitmer, he demonstrates the stupidity of voting Dem. By the way, Cooper would not be governor without massive Dem vote fraud in Durham NC.

    Another quick thought. I listen to internet radio (e.g. Chris Plante, Howie Carr), because my local “conservative” radio station is infested with cucks. I hear an ad from “Latinos for Biden” which tells the listener that the State tracks whether you voted or not and after the election that information will be made public “so your friends and neighbors will know whether you voted or not”. Voter intimidation if I ever heard it.

    And one more. Until Trump, there was really no functional difference between the D and R candidates. Gore v Bush, Obama v McCain/Mittens, Tweedledee v Tweedledum. In 2016, most of us saw that we had a real choice and enough of us voted to push Trump through. But by now, it has been clearly demonstrated to all conservative Americans that the Dems are the part of the Ruling Class and Trump (not the Republicans, but Trump) is actually on our side. This will pull a massive turnout which the pollsters have not seen coming. The Dems, the State Media and their pollsters will be crushed.

    I’m located in a state which is deep Trump, but I voted early anyway (for Trump of course and straight ticket Republican). There were long lines for early voting even though the outcome is a foregone conclusion. The lines were filled with people like me who wanted to send the Dems a strong message. They are not wanted here.

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    • rufnekreject says:

      “no functional difference between the D and R candidates.” PREACH IT!!!

      Liked by 3 people

      • wadehamptonsc says:

        Yep. This is why 2018 was such a disaster for the Republicans. Trump wasn’t on the ballot. But he is this year. In 2018, cucks like Paul Ryan (spit) quit and other RINOs got voted out. I think there’s been some progress in converting the Republican Party into a Trump Party, but probably not enough. This is a work of decades and I’m not sure who will carry it on after our President is term limited out. The Good Lord will provide.

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  47. CountryClassVulgarian says:

    Whoa!!! Wait up there. Wut you sayin? Isn’t the Groper up by 156 points in Michigan?

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  48. hokkoda says:

    7:00. This is how I feel about things right now. Finish it.

    Liked by 1 person

  49. Deborah @UnTamedInSD says:

    from the Tampa rally today – “A Red wave larger than anything before in history” – PDJT
    All 50, take it to the bank.

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  50. Gipperguy says:

    Your last sentence is the most important, no complacency, when the enemy is drowning, stick a fire hose down their throat. Sundance, I wish you would disseminate your info on Parler too, screw Jack-off Dorsey

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