Ground Reports #3 – Polling Narratives Collapse, Democrat COVID Strategy Backfires, MAGA Resolve Stronger Than Ever…

Never doubt nor underestimate the resolve of American patriots… Because when it matters most, no words are needed; each understands the mission at hand. Right now in every state, county, village, hamlet, city and street the MAGA community is independently rallying to the exact same standard. “Meet at the old mill, we ride at midnight“.

This is the third in our 2020 series of CTH ground reports, and with Treepers in every state, your information is actually a great insight into the political landscape.

Individual reports are obviously anecdotal; however, when they are compiled on a larger scale, and overlaid against the social media network we also follow, these ground reports have proven to be pretty darned accurate. Early voting has begun. If you have voted in person feel free to share your experience.

Perhaps no headline best showcases the current state of the media narrative than Politico: “Democrats Sound The Alarm in Miami.”…  Except, it’s not just Miami, Florida; it is also Philadelphia, Pennsylvania; and states like Michigan, Wisconsin and even Minnesota.

Yes, the middle-class insurgency is fully engaged, and with us all activated the media polling narratives are collapsing by the hour.

President Trump is surging at precisely the right moment. Momentum is building and you can see all across social media platforms the MAGA movement is pushing back against censorship.

We still see massive boat parades and incredible vehicle parades both replete with flags and banners supporting our President.

Yard signs/banners are now out in force and the MAGA gear is visible everywhere. In the past week the latest viral platform videos are of Trump dancing; Trumpy dance and Tik-Tok duets.

Good stuff.

The biggest single attribute connecting all of these visible events is joy, fellowship and the visible spirit of a patriotic movement happy to stand with President Trump.

Tens-of-thousands for rallies and Trump events; and even surrogates for President Trump are drawing exponentially larger crowds than the democrat candidates. The monster vote is awake, alive and on the march.

The MAGA rallies, parades and grassroots events break-out independent of each-other and literally happen all over America on any given day. Miles and miles of cars with Trump flags… the same with boats… and sometimes just marches in the street where thousands of people gather and walk with American flags, Trump banners, and other gear.

To make the marches even more effective we now see Trump supporters swarming the event venues where Joe Biden and Kamala Harris are showing up. The Trump supporters easily outnumber the Biden supporters by 20:1 or more. This is a totally organic uprising that started in early October; but word has spread on social media, and now it is happening everywhere.

MAGA-TikTok is an army of users generating content, and that content is bleeding over to other social media platforms like Twitter and Facebook. Google is trying to tamp it down via controls on YouTube but the scale, just like the MAGA parades themselves, is overwhelming. Generation Z is leading the charge on this approach as they take 60 second videos of MAGA-people, MAGA-places and MAGA-events and then rebroadcast the content adding their own MAGA-centric enhancements and soundtracks.

As we anticipated the COVID weaponization is backfiring against the totalitarian left big time. Yesterday, in an attempt to restart a depressed movement Joe Biden said: “I’m not going to shut down the economy. I’m not going to shut down the country. But I am going to shut down the virus,” a platitude statement that refutes Biden’s prior position and simultaneously makes no sense.

We have the best candidate. We have the best message. Our color-blind movement is optimistic and filled with patriotic joy. Massive numbers of Latinos; massive numbers of blacks; massive numbers of young voters.  The confidence level is increasingly high.

Our opposition is shallow, reliant upon astroturf and completely dependent on media manipulation. Ignore the narrative engineers and join in fellowship. Live your best life.  Put out the signs; wear the gear; engage with everyone; be openly optimistic and rally to the standard in these final days. We have got this if we want it…

Deserve MAGA victory !!  Get your ass in the game, get serious, get everyone involved and register those who never voted before; remind everyone, and drive the MONSTER VOTE !!

So here’s the question…  What do you see in your area?

What is the visible situation from your community and how does that contrast or align with the national narrative you are seeing as promoted by media?

How does the turnout look?  What are you seeing in/around your neighborhood and polling place?   If you have early voted in-person, what was turnout like?

Ground reports are a great way to get a *sense* of the election.

At this point, if you are on a team thinking this entire assembly of our union is headed in the right direction… you might want to revisit your proximity to the ballpark. If you look around at the passing landscape you’ll find your autopilot has taken you, not just out of the city, but out of the state the ballpark is located in…..

There’s a level of resolve far deeper and more consequential than expressed rage or visible behavior.  Cold Anger does not need to go to violence.  For those who carry it, no conversation is needed.  You cannot poll or measure it; and even those who carry it avoid discussion.  And that decision has nothing whatsoever to do with any form of correctness.

Cold Anger is not hatred, it is far more purposeful.

Cold Anger absorbs betrayal silently, often prudently.

We’ve watched the shooting of cops, and the parades which follow, absorbing.  Cold Anger takes notice of the liars, even from a great distance – seemingly invisible to the mob.  Cold Anger will still hold open the door for the parade goer.  Mannerly.

Cold Anger evidenced is more severe because it is more strategic.

Cold Anger does not gloat; it absorbs consistent vilification and ridicule as fuel.  This sensibility does not want to exist, it is forced to exist in otherwise unwilling hosts – who also refuse to be destabilized by it.

Deliberate intent and prudence will insure avoiding failure.  The course, is thoughtful vigilance;  a strategy devoid of emotion.

Foolishness and betrayal of our nation have served to reveal dangers within our present condition.  Misplaced corrective action, regardless of intent, is neither safe nor wise.

Cold Anger is not driven to act in spite of itself; it drives a reckoning.

When the well attired leave the checkout line carrying steaks and shrimp using an EBT card, the door is still held open; yet notations necessarily embed.

When the U.S. flag lays gleefully undefended, it does not lay unnoticed.

When a school community cannot openly pray, it does not mean the prayerful were absent.

When a liar seems to win, it is not without observation.  Many – more than the minority would like to admit – know the difference between science, clocks and political agenda.

A resolve filled with cold anger perceives deception the way a long-term battered person absorbs the final blow in the hours prior to the pre-planned exit; with purpose.

A shield, or cry of micro-aggression will provide no benefit, nor quarter.  Delicate sensibilities are dispatched like a feather in a hurricane.  Pushed far enough, decisions are reached.

The political pendulum has never, in the history of humanity, stayed on one side of a swing. The backlash from leftist over-reach has always been proportionate to how far off center it went before coming back; and right now there’s a whole hell of a lot of the country (about 80-90% of the land mass, as well as over half the population) that is FED UP.

They tried to take him down with false accusations of collusion; he stood tall.

The tried to take him down with a fabricated special counsel investigation; he stood tall.

They tried to take him down with a fake impeachment effort; he stood tall.

Our chosen President has been constantly attacked by those holding a corrupt, conniving and Godless leftist ideology.  It is our job now to stand with him, firm on his behalf.

I believe this statement encapsulates the moment:

…”I can barely focus on my job, housework, anything except waiting with anticipation for our votes to overwhelm the horrid corrupt opposition the night of Nov 3.

God bless and keep us all but especially POTUS & all of you on the front lines – fighting the 2nd American Revolution!”…

Ride strong my brothers and sisters…. RIDE STRONG !

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992 Responses to Ground Reports #3 – Polling Narratives Collapse, Democrat COVID Strategy Backfires, MAGA Resolve Stronger Than Ever…

  1. TMonroe says:

    Walked by a polling place around lunch time in an urban part of northern VA, which I think has its last early voting day today. For the few minutes I was near there, the line looked to be from two people to about maybe five or six. They had about the same amount of pollsters, party workers etc. nearby.

    Both major parties were represented in terms of sample ballot providers there. Heard one woman who sounded like she was interested in getting the Democrat ballot. They dramatically relaxed the ID requirements thanks to Governor Yearbook in the razor thin Dem margin in both state houses, I saw a couple of people fishing out their drivers licenses, as they do attempt check.


    • Greyledge Gal says:

      Just to clarify, early voting ends tomorrow (Saturday) in Virginia. My husband and I went to vote today in Botetourt County. I have not been off of my property for 7-1/2 months due to having severe steroid dependent asthma.

      I took advantage of “Curbside Voting”! My husband took my ID in and they came out with a sanitized pen and a ballot in a folder. They waited and then asked my hubs to come back in with them so he could see them put the ballot through the machine. Cool! It took a total of 15 minutes.

      It was sickening how many Biden/Harris/Warner signs there were in the county seat of Fincastle; however, everywhere else in the county you see 20 Trump/Pence/Gade signs for every Biden/Harris/Warner sign and many of those are huge signs on gates and fences — not just little yard signs. So our votes are banked for our wonderful President Donald J. Trump. Here’s to 4 more years!

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      • lftpm says:

        I have to apologize for contributing to the false “Biden is winning” polls. I was texted, “Stephen we will be polling you in the next few days.” The pollsters named a state whose voters they were polling, and their originating area code matched. But “Stephen” had a totally different state’s area code, which if he ever owned the phone number, had canceled it at least 10 years ago, since the number was reassigned to me 8 years ago (phone cos deactivate numbers for a couple years to allow new assignees to not have to be barraged by previous assignees’ callers.)

        I did not answer the first two polling calls. On the third day, I answered, and gave answers that “proved” I was a Biden voter. If I had voiced support for PDJT, would that have been counted, or dumped? So I participated in inflating Biden-support.

        Post election MSM reports will be, “Telephone polls were wrong in giving Biden voter leads, because Trump voters lied to telephone pollsters. Had they been truthful, we would have dutifully reported that Biden was going to lose the election.” LOL


  2. DouglasR says:

    Folks this is not misspeaking, this is empirical, clinical evidence of a potentially emerging fluent aphasia. This might be a isolated episode but it could also be an indication of imminent cognitive decline. Only more time for a pattern to emerge will tell the true and full diagnostic picture. Really important and serious data.

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    • delighteddeplorablechumpette says:

      Holy smokes – this is beyond anything we’ve seen so far. Yikes.

      Liked by 1 person

    • Eileen McRae says:

      What is heaven’s name were Democrats thinking to promote a man with obvious declining mental abilities? Is their lust for power and their greed for money that overpowering that they are selling “damaged goods” to the American people?

      Or do Democrats have a more nefarious plan afoot to spring a “November” surprise candidate onto America? A fish rots from the head down, and I am certainly smelling a rot setting in!

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    • minnesotamike55 says:

      Parkinson’s. Just compare any online video showing Parkinson’s patients walking, turning, and arm swing symptoms, with what you see in Joe. The MSM all diagnosed Trump, incorrectly, but they haven’t even mentioned Joe’s serious problems. Note the shouting anger too!

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    • thedoc00 says:

      Did his sunglasses slip?? He is using an audio ear piece as well as teleprompter int he sunglasses. Pretty easy to see it if one understands the technology.

      Just watch his head motion vs pauses in his speaking. Plus, he is always turning to his right that indicates the audio inputs are in his right ear and naturally reacts to the voice that suddenly comes through the ear piece.

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    • vfm#7634 says:

      “TRUE and international of a depressure”


    • Eagle Driver says:

      Another sign is the yelling…the emotional response for talking to people has been “turned off”…so to speak. My late father was that way!!!

      Liked by 1 person

    • dr D says:

      Need closed caption. No speaky Bidenish.

      Liked by 1 person

    • Greyledge Gal says:

      I grew up in Cecil County, Maryland, which is the northeastern county bordering New Castle County, Delaware. We used to go grocery shopping in Claymont (where Biden lived) when I was a kid. LOL So, I am quite well versed in the dialects/accents of the DelMarVa and Southeast PA areas.

      I usually laugh at most of the Biden videos because I can make out what he is saying — it’s just a weird way of saying things and running words together in that area. This one is beyond all comprehension, even for me. My husband (also born and raised in Cecil County) and I listened over and over and cannot figure out what he is trying to say. I think maybe he has mini-strokes when this stuff happens. Crazy crap!


    • dginga says:

      Really? I thought he was just speaking Joebonics.

      Liked by 1 person

    • lftpm says:

      Amphetamines can raise your IQ by 10 points. Alas, when you’re starting at 70, you still end up stupid.


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  4. stanonstuff says:

    Everyone in line when poll hours close still gets to vote. Last night for early voting the line was still wrapped around the building at 8 pm. I finally voted at 9:30. Line was still out the door when I finished. Farragut, TN is red in a red state that isn’t expected to be in play. People still fired up to vote for Trump.

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  5. bcsurvivor2 says:

    Hi my treeper friends,
    I voted here in Apopka Fl., a bedroom community of Orland. We are semi rural but houses are going up fast .I voted on the first day of early voting October 19th. It took 2 hours, there were at least 200 people ahead of me and more coming. At first I was not wanting to wait in line but I stayed knowing what President trump has done for me. Once inside the process was easy and the people were fantastic. I think the poll workers were having a blast. In addition there was drive up accommodations for people to drop off their ballots which had a steady line of cars.
    Hubs voted today, which took 1 1/2 hours. We both voted mid day.
    Signs here are 70/30 Trump/Biden!

    So in addition, we just got back from a trip to eastern Tennessee and Western NC. Which took us through Fl, GA, SC,NC and TN. Signs were 90/10 Trump/Biden! HA!
    We drove up to check out the Tri City area of TN in anticipation of moving there. WE actually bought a nice Craftsman bungalow with a bit more than 1/2 an acre in a small town. I can’t wait to move. The leaves were exactly right for the fall color and I know we are in deep red country.

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  6. Val says:

    Thank God! We voted after 3 hours waiting. Republican all the way! Doug Collins for Senate.

    As I was waiting for my husband a lady with a bright pink way too tight shirt written “Loves Win” passed by me…

    They said masks are “mandatory but optional”…what??? Even so only myself, my husband and a teenaged girl who was accompanying her masked mother didn’t use it.

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  7. Deplorable_Infidel says:

    “If you have voted in person feel free to share your experience.”

    I can, but am not, voting early here in Erie County [Buffalo] NY. That is what Election Day is for.

    I am not getting sucked into establishing a new “normal” where people are going to get used to this and then changes will be made to make fraud easier.

    I went out early this morning for coffee with a like minded friend. He can also foresee the elimination of a multiplicity of local polling places on election day “because most people are…voting early, voting by mail, voting on-line, etc etc.

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  8. Took 45 min to vote in Huntington Beach, CA. Steady line this morning during the “slow” part of the day. Reason for the wait time? There were only 3 voting machines. Could not tell who was voting or for whom they were voting for.

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    • Mr e-man says:

      I am going on Tuesday here in Newport Beach. The college right by our house. Will get there around 6:45 am. I like to see the crowd and the operation on election day.

      Biden and Rouda need to go away.


  9. jenevive1 says:

    It will be interesting as we here in CT are now having spikes in some towns
    We know have a color coded alert system and we have like 30 town on RED ALERT
    for high covid. The governor announced the other day we were now at a 6% rate
    up from like 2.7 the day before…and we don;t have early voting .

    We know have TV commericals reminding us to wear our mask and giving us
    Rah Rah keep it up CT.. I also got like strange calls on Sunday like 4 or 5 times
    from some automated woman voice who just said.. Stay Inside..Stay Safe. that is all it said
    each time the number called. It was like something out of one of the creepy movies..

    Then CT Alert today about the spike and how you should run out and get tested especially
    if you were exposed.. Do our part follow guidelines…they can;t cancel voting since
    we don;t have early voting..

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    • GH says:

      I’m in north central NC…after at least 30 days of no restrictions on number of people allowed in a store, no hassles about wearing a mask and/or social distancing, suddenly yesterday all of the above were being enforced. How much more obvious can this get?

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    • They are trying to scare you with Covid 1984/.
      The tests have a false positive rate to 1 .5 to around 4 .They are giving massive amounts of tests and holding back negatives to jack up.the rates.
      Expect massive Covid Fear Porn the next three days .
      Wash your hands ,social distance, wear or not wear a mask ,but GO VOTE.

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    • sunnydaze says:

      Are any of those “Red Alert” towns some of the larger Blue cities in CT?

      Cuz hopefully, that’d suppress the Dem Vote and Trump supporters will *take good care of them themselves* and go vote anyway.

      Liked by 1 person

      • steph_gray says:

        My suburban blueMA town is suddenly listed as red as of about a week ago, and I also suddenly get texts panicking about it every day from the town.

        It’s a relatively purple town. Suspicious Cat is cued.

        I early-voted Wednesday which was rainy and bitter. Barely any wait, mostly elderly in line. Took Dan B’s advice to get the vote locked in and not risk being shut out due to long lines on the day itself. He’s really worried about it.


  10. Gen Y Ballistics says:

    NC GOP volunteer here. In the country, turnout is reportedly picking up. In the city where I am stationed, turnout is a lot slacker than 2016. If you are not already volunteering with your local GOP, please coordinate with them. We are trying to transfer as many volunteers as possible to inside poll observation to keep Cooper from stealing the race. But we are having staffing issues with flyer handouts I guess because people think it is going to be World War 3. I haven’t had any problems whatsoever this year, or in 2016. Again please go to the local GOP office, or to the polling site today, and find out what you can do to help, even if it seems like insignificant help that you can offer. Molon Maga!

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    • ncpatriot123 says:

      We voted last week in Brunswick County. There was a long line, but voting went very smooth. I’m extremely worried about Cooper trying to steal the race, especially with the ridiculous extra 9 days to count votes. We know what happened in 2016 with the late Durham County magically found votes that put the crooked tyrant in office. If you’re in NC, please make sure you vote for Trump and Dan Forest, and make sure all your like-minded friends and family vote. We need every vote we can get to offset the fraud that we know will take place.

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  11. bosscook says:

    Phone conversation with a liberal relative…in CA:
    Me: “How’s the weather”
    Them: “I don’t want to talk about politics (in a very frustrated voice)
    Me: “Uhhh…I just asked about the weath…
    Them: “Just stop with your cheerful Trump crap!”

    LOL….I think they are all rattled.

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  12. NCCurmudgeon says:

    Just returned from voting. No lines but steady traffic. One thing I noticed, I did not see a single black person at the voting site. No volunteers, no voters, no campaigners outside, no poll workers. Has anyone else seen this? Did proudly vote for PDJT!!!.


  13. Eileen McRae says:

    Take it or break it day for America!


  14. Elric VIII says:

    Putnam County, West Virginia here. I went to the county courthouse and voted this morning. I arrived at 11:25 a.m. The parking lot was crowded, and people heading toward the door were putting on masks. I entered the courthouse and there were about a half dozen ahead of me. A deputy wearing a mask was having everyone step in front of a machine and lower their mask a bit so he could read their temperatures. I was not wearing a mask (the only person there without one) and he asked if I had one. I told him I have a medical condition that prevents me from wearing a mask and asked him if that was okay. He mumbled, “Not really,” but let me continue.

    At the polling place upstairs there were about twenty people in line ahead of me, all spaced six feet apart on spots marked with blue tape. Every was wearing a mask except me, but a number of people weren’t wearing them properly. An overweight woman directly ahead of me kept using a makeshift fan to continually fan her face. There were signs that said masks were required in the polling place, but nobody said a word to me throughout the morning besides the deputy downstairs at the temperature machine.

    The line moved briskly and I was facing a poll worker with my ID and voter registration card in less than fifteen minutes. I was quickly signed in and given a ballot. When I walked to the voting booth an elderly (older than me) poll worker approached to instruct me how it works. He lowered his mask and talked to me while standing directly beside me. I asked him if it has been this busy since early voting had started on October 21st, and he said yes. He didn’t seem worried about masks, and I saw several poll workers who would raise and lower their masks regularly. It took me about two minutes to vote, take my ballot, turn it in, and head out the door. Total time in to vote from in the door to out the door: about twenty-five minutes.

    On the ten mile drive to the courthouse I didn’t see a single Trump or Biden yard sign. The only yard signs were for candidates for county offices. Likewise for bumper stickers. There are a few vehicles driving around with Trump flags flying. West Virginia is majority Democrat, but Putnam County is almost two-to-one Republican. That being said, a few of the more radical Democrats here have a history of vandalism against anyone displaying Republican signs, so we don’t generally show anything to make us a target.

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    • Elric VIII says:

      I almost forgot to mention the best about election time in West Virginia: Bad roads are finally getting paved!


    • coastermomohio says:

      In Ohio the poll workers have instructions that they cannot even ask you to explain why you aren’t wearing a mask. It’s very clear – every person has a Constitutional right to vote whether they wear a mask or not. I hope other states are following this. If people go to the website for their state election info, they can find out there.


      • Elric VIII says:

        I didn’t think of it that way. In West Virginia all we have is “I have a medical condition and can’t wear a mask.” Good for Ohio! And screw the masks!


  15. furtive says:

    Individuals with complaints related to possible violations of the federal voting rights laws can call the department’s toll-free telephone line at 800-253-3931, and also can submit complaints through a link on the department’s website, at :

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  16. sunnydaze says:

    NE FL.

    Helped a new citizen from Middle East fill out their ballot. > Straight Rep. up and down! I was so happy cuz I wasn’t sure how they were voting, just said sure I’d help when they asked.

    Then found out a bunch of Muslim ME immigrants here are voting straight Rep. too! Makes me wonder if Trump has the Middle Eastern Immigrant vote, Muslim, Christian and everything in between?

    Also, seems people from these war-torn areas are equating the Dems w/ the most corrupt politicians of the places they left. (smart people!). They don’t want to put their ballots in the mail. They deliver ’em personally to the poll places or drop boxes cuz they fear corruption.


    • Dong Zhuo says:

      “Then found out a bunch of Muslim ME immigrants here are voting straight Rep. too! Makes me wonder if Trump has the Middle Eastern Immigrant vote, Muslim, Christian and everything in between?”
      IMHO, anyone who owns a small business or has a close friend or relative who owns one is likely voting GOP, regardless of his previous affiliation or political beliefs. For small business owners, it’s a matter of personal survival – the Dems are crushing off-the-radar-screen entrepreneurs by letting looters and arsonists run wild. Even in relatively peaceful areas, small business owners are looking at the mayhem and thinking “that could be me in the near future”.

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  17. I voted this week at a local polling station. The weather was chilly in NE Ohio, but there was a steady stream of people around the building. There were three very enthusiastic groups of Trump supporters, waving people in with flags, cheering and having a lot of fun which made the wait almost entertaining. I saw no signs or gatherings of Biden people out front. The line moved quickly and the polling station seemed very organized.

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  18. furtive says:

    Traitor Joe in Florida Thursday

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  19. BuckyBadger says:

    Just attended the Ivanka Trump rally in Johnson Creek, WI (midway between Madison and Milwaukee). Crowd formed at 8:30, event started at 12:30 pm. Great crowd for 2 days notice. Bigger than any Biden or Harris rally, by far. Maybe 500 to 700 people?

    Ivanka took a picture with my daughter. A memory to hold forever.

    Can’t wait for Tuesday!


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  20. minnesotamike55 says:

    Just voted in Bloomington MN and it took about 45 minutes. The process is basically in-person absentee. Fill out a form, sit at a computer while they process your application, and then you vote.

    It is no safer than election day, maybe less safe due to all the people, you still have to wait so no faster, but since I am a poll watcher on election day and Iowa has closed 200+ polling places, I thought I would get it over with. If you’re OK with a grocery store, voting in person really is no different.

    Nobody talking politics since it is forbidden in MN. A couple people expressed their hate of masks and I talked with a nice young lady about her dog, cats, and her bar-tending and what drinks are popular in FL vs MN.


  21. thedoc00 says:

    On drive back from visiting the grand kids in Arkansas (to North Texas), saw quite a few ranches and farm land along I-40 in Eastern Oklahoma with Flags and Signs for President Trump. Also saw a nice sprinkling of signs for the President on US 69, near Eufaula, McAlister and Atoka, in Oklahoma.

    The only Biden thing I saw during the 5-hour drive was on a digital bill-board near Fayetteville, AR on I-49.

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  22. Rock Knutne says:

    I live in a NW suburb of Chicago. Cook County, still widely known as the most corrupt political place on the planet, made even more famous by some illegitimate neighborhood block party organizer that lied his way into one presidential term and used massive voter fraud to get a 2nd term. Hopefully one day his final resting place will be Gitmo or maybe some hidey-hole in “PahkEstahn” when all the truth comes out.

    Went to vote last Sunday morning with my wife about 9am. Took about 45 minutes to get in the door as their was a line down the block and 15 voting machines inside.
    My interesting story is this.
    It was about 35° so we were dressed warmly. I had a wool, winter Trump/2020 hat on. I didn’t see anyone else wearing any Trump paraphernalia, some people had Bears or Cubs gear on. Down the block near the end of the line was a couple handing out Biden/Harris stuff. After about 5 minutes a volunteer from inside the building came out and told me I had to remove my hat while I was in line because it said Trump on it. I politely responded it’s cold out here and the last time I looked my hat was flying the same American flag as the one above me on the building.
    He went inside and returned with reinforcements. The woman he brought out was more insistent and then what happened surprised my wife and I.
    A group of six people or so in line in front of me and maybe 8 more behind me loudly voiced their opinions about freedom of speech and many other freedoms we seem to be losing. Many brought up the fact nobody was telling the Biden people they had to remove themselves from the same sidewalk I was wearing my hat on. Many more in the next twenty minutes or so gave me a nod, a wink or a thumbs up.
    Unfortunately I did have to take my hat off to enter the building and vote.
    There is a quiet groundswell of support for President Trump but when you’re surrounded by teachers and government employees it’s not likely you’re going to swing a state that in 2016 was the only place to actually thwart and get cancelled a Trump rally. (Bob Creamer, the evil dirty trickster friend of David Axelrod and husband to crooked Senator Jan Schakowsky managed that at the University of Illinois Chicago campus).

    Enjoy the landslide!

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  23. Troublemaker10 says:

    The support for Trump around the nation seems to be at a literal “fever pitch”.

    I can’t even keep up with all the reports and videos being posted.

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  24. occamsrazor says:

    Based on yard signs in my neighborhood, Biden comes in third behind Trump and Yard Sale.

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  25. Greetings from an outpost. Hailing from the Peoples Republic of Maryland. Voted in early voting. Went with my wife. 2 votes for Trump. Was not worried about tipping the Republican turnout hand in Maryland the state is 2 to 1 Dem to Republican. Near Baltimore City. Not one Trump/Pence sign at the polling area. Kim Klacik was prominently featured, albeit late. Straight “R” and no on all bond issues except a roads bill.
    Confession, did not vote for DJT in 2016. Voted Johnson, not for the win but to expand the reach of Libertarians. Was completely unsure of Trump and completely sure Hillary is/was a criminal. But now the proof is in the pudding and it’s undeniable, try as the press fights it, The President has followed through on all promises that the obstructionist House and Press could not quash.

    Side note. Sundances insight into the decoupling from globalist control is one of the most powerful and never discussed aspects of the political discourse either locally or nationally.

    Head down, shoulder to the arrows, hold the center and protect the flanks. ADVANCE!

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    • One other thing. Very little signage at all. Majority, which is little, are BIden. Unusual for here as Biden should be everywhere. Anxious to see if this translates to lots of clandestine Trump voters. If he approaches 40% that would be huge here.

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      • all4leyna says:

        I just said if the 7th district begins the evening as too close to call I’d consider it a big victory. 40% for the President would be yuge 🇺🇸


    • GH says:

      Hinodivision…I lived in MD and commuted to my fed job in VA, (495, Cabin John bridge what a nightmare) at least 2 hours everyday to make a 50 mile round trip. I moved to NC 10 years ago thinking I could get away from the brainwashed SJW and for 5 years that was indeed the case. Now driving thru Durham or Chapel Hill makes me think I’m back in MD,


    • Love One Another says:

      You are not alone. Montgomery County, MD. Voted this week. Stood in line one hour, 6-8 feet apart, masked in line outside, masked in line inside the building. Masks required. Cases are rising!!! Our county lags behind the rest of the state, in willingness to re-open. It is for our own good. Haven’t been able to attend church in months.

      I have to say, I know not one person, family or friend, here who is a Trump supporter. Everyone I know is a vocal Trump hater, and Biden supporter or “anyone but Trump! We have to get that Orange Man out of office!” The derangement is severe. The hatred oozes out of them, and they aren’t even aware. And this is a very lonely place, for me. Very lonely. I want this to be over. I want the truth to come out. I hope I can get some of my friends and family back. These are lifelong relationships, in many cases. If not, I hope I can meet some more people like me, to make this bearable. New friends.

      I was happy to cast my vote for Trump, even though in Maryland the democrats traditionally own this election. However, you never know…. 😉


      • Professor G says:

        You should leave. I bailed out of the NCR hell-hole two years ago, and the only thing I regret is that I didn’t leave earlier. The market will work, and I can document that Black Face no longer gets any of my money to waste on ignorant initiatives. For these communities that surround the NCR, Microsoft TEAMS and Google Meet are your escape hatch. The migration is well underway, and you can leave the money-grubbing corrupt Swamp in the rear-view mirror. Move to USA! Abandon Marxism! Take your money with you! Enjoy personal responsibility and freedom!


  26. petszmom says:

    Awesome sight! Just saw pictures of our Trump train on IH 35 waiting for Kamaltoe to drive in from San Antonio. They will follow her all the way to Austin TX…off the charts energy!

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  27. Dollie says:

    Just voted in person on first day of early voting in OC CA! Got to the polls at 11:30 AM and the line wrapped all the way around the building! Many people were dropping off ballots and insisted on watching the poll worker put the ballot in the drop box. I enjoyed a 45 min wait in the CA autumn sunshine to cast my vote for President Trump. Trump/Pence signs appeared overnight all along the main thoroughfare that passes by the polling place!

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    • Great intelligence. Smart move waiting till the night before voting to put up the campaign signage. Orange County (used to live there) is going back full red this time. Hope you get the request state house and national house seats with it!


      • Mr e-man says:

        I hope Trump can drag Michelle Steel over the finish line. She has not mentioned Trump during her campaign. Rouda has over $8 million from Nancy that he has been relentlessly attacking her. Claims he is bipartisan yet he voted to impeach a duly elected President. He is a liar and a cheat. His supporters are dopes.


  28. thirteenromeo says:

    Long, long time Treeper but first time poster from Oklahoma City here which I will report a little bittersweet is still deep, deep red. Bittersweet because my life is boring compared to those of you in the lions den or in a “chartreuse” county. Oklahoma’s biggest challenge was to not die from laughter when OU’s Norman Ok claimed they were going to defund the police. Sooner fans or not Oklahomans would wipe Norman off the map and so they shut that crap up very quickly. Today I am happy to report that your on the ground updates is lifting our spirits. I am live texting a lot of your, or ya’ll as we say, reports especially when you include links. The link to the Fox station in Col. caught a lot of attention. Those of you deep in enemy territory are confirming what we have sorta suspected. There is a on coming freight train about to steam roll the left. Apparently the train, let’s call it a Trump Train, include a really pissed off and rather large bloc of Independents and quite a few dims. In fact, I had to admit a mistake. I stated to my peers that we have become a nothing more and nothing less than sheep. If what ya’ll are reporting holds, the wolves are about to become dinner for the sheep. PS. I am a US Army war vet and I want to assure you that if it had come to it or does, we got your backs. I mean that in the literal physical sense. God bless you my fellow Americans and let’s shock the world.

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    • Beach Jim says:

      Hey Thirteen,

      I’m a long time Treeper and posted for the first time a month or two back. I just wanted to encourage you regarding your “bittersweetness”. I live in the heart of darkness, Los Angeles county, CA. While there has been excitement here this election season it has been YEARS of electoral misery. Watching my once serene beach town go from surfers and families to hedge fund managers and Dem Party operatives has been depressing. Don’t ever forget what a blessing you get to live with everyday.

      I took my family on a long road trip a few summers back and we stopped for the night in Oklahoma City. The next morning we stopped at a Waffle House (had seen them/heard about them for years, but they don’t have them here in LA) and the waitress was so nice and friendly. Her and one of her daughters (she had 16 kids!) and her husband were all working that shift. We ended up staying an extra half hour just enjoying chatting and exchanging the little similarities and differences between our lives. We had a lot of great experiences and adventures on that road trip to Florida and back, but I still frequently think about that little breakfast in Oklahoma City. If that waitress and her family are indicative of the type of Americans that live in Oklahoma City (and I like to think they were) it gives hope to people like me and my family who are overwhelmed out here in Los Angeles.

      We all do our part as best we can. Thanks for doing yours out in beautiful Oklahoma. I appreciate you and all the rest of my MAGA brothers and sisters across this great land. Finish the race, all. Just a few days to go until victory.

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      • thirteenromeo says:

        Jim, thank you for the response. To be very honest, it is far more than bittersweetness. It is great disappointment, anger and depression because we have not been able to fight along side you. You are in the lions den. I am not and most of my peers are not. Not even close. OKC was never “locked down.” OKC had 1 night of riots with 1 county vehicle lost. As it stands, 7 of the rioters are facing considerable prison time because my DA is not a socialist communist scumbag. Yet no one in deep red country seemed interested in assisting you peeps on the front lines. No organizing in any meaningful way to defend you – my neighbors; I am not cool with that. I have packed up and been ready to drive to the west coast to assist any way I could. Last thing in the car – burn out bag (military). I do not know what it would take – but I still hold out hope that there is a red line that cannot be crossed without our side activating or America for that matter. Regardless, at this point, I personally will respond if needed and I believe a significant number of my 20 million veteran peers would too. I swore an oath I still take very seriously. Paraphrasing, to defend the constitution against enemies foreign AND DOMESTIC. So actually thank you Sir for fighting the good fight on the front lines. Hold the line. We’ll be there if needed.


  29. TheAbidingDude says:

    Do you hear the people REEEEEEEEEEEEE?
    Singing the song of cartoon frogs…

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  30. moe2004 says:

    Voted Tuesday afternoon here in Saratoga Springs, NY, it was a blast! Met up with some former coworkers and caught up, these are folks I don’t discuss politics with because I work in the schools. Took about an hour to get in, and it was cold, but I was voting for President Trump come hell or high water. On my way out saw my good friends Sandy and Kevin, then my hairdresser all Trump voters. There are many signs for both candidates but the President wins over all. We went for him in 2016 and I expect he will win again.


  31. bluecat57 says:

    In-person absentee voting lines in Greenville County, SC are hours long.


  32. Rita Goodbook says:

    I live in Blue Washington, hoping and praying that prop 90 (to start sex ed in grades k – 5th grades) brings out the conservative voters. I can’t imagine suburban women are happy with prop 90. If that happens republican Culp has a shot at taking out Inslee for governor. Only a small smattering of Biden signs seen in Dark Blue King County, lots of Trump in rural areas on the west side of the mountains. Have seen a number of small spontaneous car rallys and groups standing on corners or freeway overpasses waiving Trump flags. Eastern WA is solid red.

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    • sunnydaze says:

      I was thinking recently about the unusually high # of Ron Paul voters for the Rep. Primary in ’08 when I went to caucus in W. WA. Our precinct was flooded with them and I assume MOST were ex-Dems at the time. Lots of young guys, especially.

      I’m wondering if a lot of those people may flip for Trump, Culp, etc. this time. Cuz I know several Libertarians (ex-Dems) who voted Johnson in ’16 and have now flipped to Trump on the East coast.

      And hopefully, the lazy/hopeless GOP peeps out there in PNW who throw their hands up and frequently don’t even bother to vote, come out en masse this time!


  33. FPCHmom says:

    Voted for PDJT around 11:00 AM in Los Angeles. Polling place is elementary school at 2nd and Western next to the YMCA (the edge of Koreatown), for people who know the area. Hubby and I were the only people voting at that time today, and we also dropped of absentee ballot for our son who is at college. Poll workers said it was a little busier when they opened, but not too much. Hopefully that indicates turn-out is down in California amongst the libs!

    The county has invested in all new large I-pad type new machines that they use for check-in and voting. No more books to cross off if you voted – it gets updated digitally now. After scanning my sample ballot to bring up my voter file, the person there actually asked me my address and birthday to confirm it was me, which was a pleasant surprise. Then I signed the iPad with a stylus so I am sure there will not be any signature matching going on, LOL.

    They then scanned a blank ballot form through a machine (maybe to track it digitally) which I then took to the voting booth and inserted it into the machine (kind of like scanning a document into a printer). I then used the large touch screen apparatus to vote for each thing on the ballot (there were 26 things, including President). Once I was finished, the machine printed the ballot, sent it back out for me to look at and confirm it was correct, and then took it back into the machine when I hit submit.

    I was pretty impressed with the new set-up compared to the old ballots which were manually marked in the booth and then taken to another place to be scanned into a (locked?) box. I think there are way fewer ways to spoil the ballot or make mistakes with the new system. It also creates a paper ballot, so there is no touch screen vote changing or machine programming stuff that could delete votes.

    I also think that having the voter rolls digitized so that poll workers can only see the person checking in to vote, and any in-person voter is “counted” as having voted immediately in the database, is much better than the old books, where the poll workers could see the no-shows and vote for them after the polls closed.

    I am sure the vote-by mail ballots will be fraudulently handled and manufactured, but the new in person system is a YUGE improvement for voting in LA county.


    • FPCHmom says:

      One other thing – Blank ballot was a completely blank piece of paper, which was then digitally assigned to me, and when it then printed out the completed ballot to check, it did not print anything for ballot items that I elected not to vote for, so no blank circles for someone else to fill out either.

      Also, it means that there are not blank ballots and voter rolls showing who hasn’t voted sitting around the polling place, and it appears that it would take a lot more effort for a poll worker to stuff the box at the end of the election day without both of those things at hand.

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  34. fanbeav says:


  35. Zabadak says:

    Fannin County, GA. (2 hrs north of Atlanta). I voted Monday. Masks were voluntary so I didn’t wear one. I stood in line for 20 minutes before handing over my ID. After stating my name and birthdate, I was given a card and directed to a booth wherein I inserted the card and voted on the touchscreen. Straight R. I got to review my votes and then I printed my voting record. Checked it over to make sure Straight R. Handed the card to an older gentleman who then instructed me to insert my printed voting sheet for scanning. Waited for him to tell me that my votes had been accepted. Walk out into a steady line of soon to be voters. And that was that.


  36. cliffaheadwolvesbehind says:

    Is it true President Trump cancelled the election night party?


  37. Prof X says:


    Medium-term NOVA lurker here. I’m dying to attend a rally or parade or something but I’m not on social media; has anyone heard of anything anywhere in VA? Im happy to drive pretty far…

    I live in a blue stronghold but there are only a handful of Biden signs. I don’t want my home vandalized so I won’t put out a yard sign, but also couldn’t contain my excitement and bought a good sized American flag to hang.

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  38. Ground Report:

    The 5th US Circuit Court of Appeals has struck down the mask mandate orders at polling places.
    Texans can now CHOOSE to wear/not wear a mask when voting !

    The mask nazi’s in Dallas are in complete melt down………………

    Liked by 1 person

    • Wendy says:

      LOL that will drive down lib voters as they are scared to death of COVID.

      Liked by 2 people

    • BitchyPants says:

      Greg Abbotts EO already stated that masks need not be worn while voting but I was going to wait and see what the poll workers would say when I entered without a mask so this is great news –
      My polling location is only open on Election Day so that is when I plan to go
      I could have gone to one of the other early voting places but then I would have to wait in the long lines with some possible ickys –

      Now I’m waiting for the Lib Lunatic Mayors of Austin, San Antonio, Dallas & Houston to scream and yell ::: Cases, Hospitalizations, oh my

      They also have a big National Guard announcement to scare people in Texas which is really stupid because of course TX is Open Carry


  39. This is going on in my neck of the woods (Houston, TX): 😆

    Article on Breitbart here:


  40. furtive says:



  41. Zorro says:

    Just got home from Ivanka’s event near Johnson Creek, WI, halfway between Milwaukee and Madison. Great presentation style and so proud of her father. Goes through a laundry list of achievements and, oh yeah, throws in Middle East peace deals at the end, which would be a lifetime achievement for any other president.

    BTW- She is even more beautiful in person than on tv.

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  42. OK Treepers here is the Trump flag tree topper that I couldn’t get a pic to upload. The local news finally found the tree climber. He dresses like Trump and his boys are his Secret Service.

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  43. dr D says:

    Beautiful day here in St. Augustine Florida and I’m not just talking about the weather (about 75 F)! Wife and I took the afternoon off. I can’t say what we first did this afternoon, but let me just say it was delightful! Then my lovely wife and I voted!

    St. Johns county is roughly 55% conservative. Gov. DeSantis was our Rep. before running for Gov.

    61% of the county had voted as of yesterday! There was a pretty good crowd at the library this afternoon. Most of the people were friendly, except the lady who handed me my ballot. I don’t think she liked my red shirt that says USA (think she’s part of the 45%).

    President Trump is safe in our county!

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    • dr D says:

      We use paper and pen here, which is totally fine with me. I’ve never taken so long to fill in a tiny little oval, as perfectly as I could, as I did with the little oval next to the name of Donald J. Trump!

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  44. rcogburn says:

    In Minnesota –

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  45. TreeClimber says:

    Husband will have just started his new job on Election Day so we went and voted today. The tiny doughnut hole that is the city of North Charleston (primarily in Charleston County) that is in Dorchester County – that was the precinct we went to. We stood in line (outside) for 2 hours – thank God it was mid-70s, instead of the upper 80s it’s been recently. Zero idea of the mood of the crowd, very little talking. I masked up in order to go and vote for President Trump, Hub also confirmed he voted a straight R ticket.

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  46. whoseyore says:

    Hello, Sundance!
    Indiana here and there are so many Trump signs, Flags, and memorabilia everywhere, but I know that is expected. My mom and I took a drive to Ohio about three months ago (country all the way besides small towns). We had a contest. Passenger side versus Drivers side. American flags = 1 point, Trump flags = 2 points, Biden flags subtract four points. Winner buys lunch. Lucky for both of us we didn’t have to do much subtracting, but once in awhile houses were close enough it made it a little difficult to get all the Trump and American flags counted quickly. Ohio has just as many, if not more, Trump flags.
    That made me curious; so when I got home that evening I went to Amazon to look at Trump flags and noted that there were hundreds, thousands, and tens of thousands of reviews. Then I checked for Biden flags and the reviews were in the single digits, double digits, and a very few in triple digits. That was three months ago, but I checked Amazon the other day with a friend and there was still a very similar situation.
    Looks like the Trump Train 🚂 is loaded! I am certainly praying so!!
    I don’t know if pictures from my phone come across, but just in case I wanted to share what I saw the other day!
    God bless each of you and keep you safe in the coming days, weeks, and months.


  47. David Crain says:

    We live in Collier County, SW Florida, a very conservative county. As of Wednesday evening 80% of all voters have early voted on Marco Island and the county as a whole 75+% have early voted. MAGA Country!


  48. margarite1 says:

    This made me cry – in a good way,

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  49. TexSwede says:

    Here in limousine liberal NW Austin, Texas, there are a lot of Joe (Gabby Johnson) Biden and Harris signs. Not as many as Beto signs 2 years ago so in my opinion there isn’t as much swooning going on. There are more Trump Pence signs than in 2016. What’s interesting is the Austin City Council is a little left of the Chinese Central Planning Committee. They voted unanimously to defund the police by the tune of 33%. We have 4 of the city council members up for election, including District 10 here in NW hills. The incumbent is a carpet bagger and voted in line with the defunding. She has 2 conservative opponents who are good. Their signs outnumber the incumbent by more than 10 to 1. She is toast. I expect those signs for the most part are anonymous Trump supporters. A lot of flags with no signs – again, Trump supporters. That said, Austin is crazy and will stay blue but I think it will be closer than expected.

    The city council has also placed a proposition on the ballot to fund a $7.5 billion transportation plan that builds a subway, light rail and all electric buses. Will raise the city property tax by 25%. There is huge opposition to this proposition and it will further bring opposition to the incumbent council members and people who may not have voted. The arrogance of this large of a proposition during a pandemic is mind blowing. But that is the mindset of far left radicals.

    The council issued their revolutionary dog whistle 2 days ago. They wrote to the chief to ask him how he planned on handling the peaceful protests that might happen on Tuesday. They have prohibited use of tear gas, beanbags, etc. Fortunately, our state police (DPS) will have a strong presence downtown around the capital and aren’t subject to the council’s dictates. I think there is a real possibility that the Texas Legislature may remove the APD from the city council’s oversight and move under the state police.

    My emotions swing on a daily basis. Trump cannot be beat in an honest election. For 4 years we have been hit with numerous bombshells. Russia, Ukraine, impeachment – they have all proven to be nothing burgers and failed. I view the election as another in a line of these bombshells and I think we will survive this trial. Trump will win, and with the knowledge we now have about the deep state and swamp and it’s Dennison’s, we will get the right people in the right place in January and payback will be beautiful.

    Prayers for everyone.

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    • Uncle Psy says:

      Hey Brother, live 3 hours north of you in deep-red Texas–or as we call it “Real Texas” . The yard signs in our town of 120,000 are 4-1 Trump. Heading north to the Oklahoma border (about 145 miles I saw 2 signs for Biden/Harris—that’s two signs in 145 miles!
      Granted…..there ain’t many folks out here, but folks here ARE energized and know we have to turn-out big to compensate for places like Austin/Dallas metro/Houston/El Paso.
      Keep the faith


    • Rita Goodbook says:

      I feel there are many more college age students voting Trump than we would expect. The 24 to 34s are solid Biden. But the college students were piled on by the left as super spreaders. These kids resent that they were shamed on tv and social media as going to go home and kill granny, after going on spring and summer break, when they were going back to campus. Especially when they are not in the risk group.


  50. Broc Smith says:

    I live with my wife and two children in what was once a retirement community. It is small but Trump dominated. My family and are are COVID Refugees, having come here last Jan. on holiday and not allowed to return to China. I really wanted to vote early, so registered and voted by mail. After filling out all of the forms I took my finished copy to our little community mailbox. The postman was late and to my surprise was a young black man, ( I hadn’t seen this before). Having read the news about trashing ballots and scams, not to mention all of the rioting and looting going on, I have to admit, I was hesitant to give this man my ballot envelope. I engaged in conversation with him. I quietly handed him my treasure with two hands and whispered with some trepidation, “I voted, here is my ballot”. He smiled, leaned into me and whispered back, “I voted too”. I felt much relieved and now wave to him and smile everyday when I see him. I have a new friend.

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