Next time won't you Treason with me?
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Next time won't you Treason with me?
|by Anonymous||reply 463||8 hours ago|
Previous thread for when this one maxes out.
|by Anonymous||reply 1||07/30/2020|
*Previous thread for reference.
|by Anonymous||reply 2||07/30/2020|
Thanks, OP! I hate it when these threads get paywalled.
Has Trump responded to Herman Cain dying yet?
|by Anonymous||reply 3||07/30/2020|
The full DC Circuit Court of Appeals has agreed to rehear the Michael Flynn case. Oral arguments for the en banc review are scheduled for Aug. 11.
|by Anonymous||reply 4||07/30/2020|
In midst of pandemic, HHS wrested control of COVID data from CDC, handed it to a private firm w/little to no experience in this area via an unusual/improper contracting process -- and that firm has ties to Trump Org financiers.
|by Anonymous||reply 5||07/30/2020|
[quote]Has Trump responded to Herman Cain dying yet?
Yes, by shilling another lickspittle's shitty pizza
|by Anonymous||reply 6||07/30/2020|
Would contacting out that information violate HIPAA?
|by Anonymous||reply 7||07/30/2020|
R5 what are they doing with the data? I mean surely manipulating it but how does that change what the public sees?
so far the public is still getting the numbers daily
|by Anonymous||reply 8||07/30/2020|
R4 lol and deplorables are MADTTTT on twitter it's hilarious. but sadly it's all going to end in a pardon. I'm assuming rehearing the case will be over before election
|by Anonymous||reply 9||07/30/2020|
[quote]so far the public is still getting the numbers daily
We're getting numbers, yes, but are they accurate?
|by Anonymous||reply 10||07/30/2020|
Pompeo in front of the Senate Foreign Relations Committee today
he refused to say a President cannot change the election date. Kaine was grilling him but too nice about it
|by Anonymous||reply 11||07/30/2020|
Kaine was tougher in defending Yovanovitch. WOW Pompeo still refusing to back her. What a piece of shit
|by Anonymous||reply 12||07/30/2020|
McMaster, the Trumpster governor of South Carolina, has decreed more extensive re-opening on Monday. The pandemic is raging in this state. Maybe it's a high plateau right now, but numbers are not decreasing.
|by Anonymous||reply 13||07/30/2020|
Gym Jordan throws temper tantrum at House committee hearing.
|by Anonymous||reply 14||07/30/2020|
3 Men & A Baby
|by Anonymous||reply 15||07/30/2020|
Pompeo embellished his military career today. At the Senate hearing he said he "fought on the east German border". Uh, the east German border was peaceful. He was stationed there but no fighting took place
such a good honest xtian man he is
|by Anonymous||reply 16||07/30/2020|
Rep. Devin Nunes (R-CA) refused to answer when directly asked whether he has been given foreign information meant to damage Joe Biden, according to a transcript of a closed-door committee meeting. Nunes is the ranking Republican on the House Intelligence Committee, and he faced questioning from Democratic Rep. Sean Patrick Maloney when the committee met this week. House Intelligence Chairman Adam Schiff asked if Nunes wanted to respond, to which the Republican simply responded: “No.”
|by Anonymous||reply 17||07/31/2020|
Jared Yates Sexton @JYSexton
The Trump Administration made a decision not to fight the pandemic because it was an "effective political strategy" against Democrats.
Let's call it what it is and stop playing around.
This is genocide.
|by Anonymous||reply 18||07/31/2020|
|by Anonymous||reply 19||07/31/2020|
[QUOTE]The Trump Administration made a decision not to fight the pandemic because it was an "effective political strategy" against Democrats. Let's call it what it is and stop playing around. Genocide. This is genocide.
Not to mention a pretty INeffective political strategy against Democrats.
|by Anonymous||reply 20||07/31/2020|
At the heart of all totalitarian politics is the determination to deal with troublesome people by exterminating them.
|by Anonymous||reply 21||07/31/2020|
What’s going on with Nunes? Did something just come out?
|by Anonymous||reply 22||07/31/2020|
R22, see R17.
|by Anonymous||reply 23||07/31/2020|
Different circumstances, but Barr's antics are not new.
|by Anonymous||reply 24||07/31/2020|
[quote] stephen miller and his wife both smiling cause its the first time hes gotten her wet
|by Anonymous||reply 25||07/31/2020|
[quote] If you survive until November, be sure to re-elect us so we can get the rest of you killed...
|by Anonymous||reply 26||07/31/2020|
Pres Bone Spurs seems to have tanked us beyond what even we thought imaginable.
|by Anonymous||reply 27||07/31/2020|
Thank you r26
|by Anonymous||reply 28||07/31/2020|
Good to see you back, FCI - hope you and your family are okay.
|by Anonymous||reply 29||07/31/2020|
R29 My brother is having some virus complications with his gallbladder. His choices. We had a blowout and I actually made it cry. Thanks for asking.
The last thread was paywall forever. I know, I should pay but I don’t want another site I’m paying on.
|by Anonymous||reply 30||07/31/2020|
I just saw this on another thread. Is it real? It sure seems it. If so, why wouldn't something like this be getting more traction?
|by Anonymous||reply 31||07/31/2020|
|by Anonymous||reply 32||07/31/2020|
WTF why is the Devin Nunes news not a TOP HEADLINE?
what the hell is wrong with the media?
After coronavirus and Trump's scandals, Nunes should be in the hot seat. This is insane. He's a Russian asset too. Can't he be investigated on ethics charges and kicked out?
Ron Johnson too
WTF is wrong with people
|by Anonymous||reply 33||07/31/2020|
agree, it's like everyone has just given up and decided, yup Republicans are treasonous asswipes, what can you do? You can report it every minute of every day is what you can do.
|by Anonymous||reply 34||07/31/2020|
What's going on with nunes?
|by Anonymous||reply 35||07/31/2020|
he's a treasonous whore r35, also his cow hates him, and his mother.
|by Anonymous||reply 36||07/31/2020|
R35, the usual—he was caught disseminating Russian propaganda about Biden.
|by Anonymous||reply 37||07/31/2020|
for actual details r35
|by Anonymous||reply 38||07/31/2020|
NYT's Michael M. Grynbaum:
James MURDOCH has resigned from the News Corp board, citing "disagreements over certain editorial content published by the Company’s news outlets and certain other strategic decisions."
|by Anonymous||reply 39||07/31/2020|
As much as I'd love to believe that the audio at R32 is real, I'm not convinced. He's too much of a dullard to have such jaw-droppingly cunty verbal acumen.
|by Anonymous||reply 40||07/31/2020|
^ It's a parody. I knew it was too good to be true.
|by Anonymous||reply 41||07/31/2020|
It's from the "Parodia News Network" for fuck's sake.
|by Anonymous||reply 42||07/31/2020|
Jared Kushner should be dragged before Congress. I know it won't happen as long as Trump is in power. Should he lose, Kushner should be in front of the House by February at the latest to be grilled about the allegation he stopped a national testing program in the spring because initially only blue states were affected by coronavirus
|by Anonymous||reply 43||07/31/2020|
After Biden is president, no doubt the IG will look at what happened with those contracts that didn't follow federal contracting guidelines. If Kushner broke the law, it'll come out then.
|by Anonymous||reply 44||07/31/2020|
Arizona primary voting up from 2016 & 2018.
|by Anonymous||reply 45||07/31/2020|
If Biden actually wins (meaning if the Rethugs don't find some way to steal and cheat and lie AGAIN), I have doubts that Biden and the Democrats, even if they hold all three branches will go after all the fucking crimes of Drumpf and the Rethugs. I feel like the approach is going to be to, "go higher!!!" to "bring the Nation back together," i.e., don't do anything to piss of the fucking minority Rethug cultists.
|by Anonymous||reply 46||07/31/2020|
|by Anonymous||reply 47||07/31/2020|
Why’s he walkin’ and wavin’ like that?
It’s not like I’m a parasol.
|by Anonymous||reply 48||07/31/2020|
|by Anonymous||reply 49||07/31/2020|
R46, Biden has promised not to pardon Trump. I can see Trump being found unfit to stand trial or something like that, but I can see others, like Barr, being prosecuted. Many of Nixon’s enablers went to prison.
|by Anonymous||reply 50||07/31/2020|
Regardless of your linking skills r48 / r49, the story there is the caption:
[quote]stephen miller and his wife both smiling cause its the first time hes gotten her wet
|by Anonymous||reply 51||07/31/2020|
Not pardoining is one thing... starting Prosecution proceedings is an entirely different thing and I'll have to see it to believe it. I've been disappointed one too many times.
|by Anonymous||reply 52||07/31/2020|
damn, maybe the kids are alright.
Okay they probably worship money too, but at least they can't stomach all the bullshit that Big Daddy loves to spew.
|by Anonymous||reply 53||07/31/2020|
|by Anonymous||reply 54||07/31/2020|
Run while you can, guy. Everyone run from Trump. You may just escape the guillotine.
|by Anonymous||reply 55||07/31/2020|
Wow. At only at 51 posts, there’s a lot of blocking going on. I suspect as we get closer to the elections, they’ll be more of this, as nerves become increasingly frayed and triggered. Talking to YOU, trolls.
|by Anonymous||reply 56||07/31/2020|
What are you going on about R56?
|by Anonymous||reply 57||07/31/2020|
As someone from a country that has witnessed a civil war, totalitarian leaders, ethno-religious pogroms, state-sanctioned brutality & the slow eradication of human rights under the guise of criminality, I can frankly tell Americans:
You don't know what you're playing with. The biggest mistake I see is people waiting for A Big Sign that'll tell them that things have gone too far. One Big Thing that police or lawmakers or the president/leaders will do that will cross the line.
It'll never come because they won't cross it. They'll move the line. That line you think you stand behind is shifting everyday with little actions, bills, legislations. Police murdering people on camera & not getting charged. White supremacists threatening leadership & getting a free pass.
That line will stop moving one day, & it'll be too late. A frog doesn't know it's in hot water if the temperature is turned up little by little. By the time the frog realizes it's in boiling water, it's done. Dead.
You're that frog. You think these measures and actions being taken are really about "curbing crime, curbing looting, keeping protests peaceful?" You think, "Surely, it can't be about targeting Black people? Surely, it's simply about weeding out criminal entities? Surely, not ALL police are bad?" There is a reason the focus remains on "looters" & "rioters" & "criminals" when it's clear those are a SIGNIFICANT MINORITY of the protesting population. Even a monkey can see that. Ask yourself why punishments are being meted out to EVERYONE, press & medics included. I could tell the story of how nonviolent agitators from Eastern Nigeria were violently squashed by the Nigerian military while other favored groups carry out daily pogroms & aren't labeled terrorists, even when they threaten open violence on the govt.
The playbook is old, guys. I save my energy because I have no space to worry over two countries. But I can say this for free: every day, your sensitivity is being eroded by these willful atrocities. The envelope for what you'll accept is being pushed. One day, all of these things will be your new normal. Remember how, at the beginning of COVID-19, we were all, "Oh no, a pandemic! Quick, protect everyone!" Then a fuckton of people died, and then we were like, "Well, SOME people must die, tho..." 🤷🏾♂️
That's you now, but with police brutality, white supremacy & racist leadership. Do the work needed to fix up. Do it NOW. You think you have time, but you don't. Police in 50 states just don't behave like bastards for no reason. Protesters in 50 states aren't suddenly "enemies of the country" for nothing.
Educate yourself & fix it now, or you'll be sorry.
|by Anonymous||reply 58||07/31/2020|
I believe you r58. This bitch has to go, FAST. There is nothing worth keeping in Trump. Absolutely nothing. And his whole damn party, which will pretend they never heard of him soon. They need to go too, Quickly. Every Republican is shit. Every single one. Get rid of the whole damn zoo. Now.
|by Anonymous||reply 59||07/31/2020|
|by Anonymous||reply 60||07/31/2020|
Cheeto Ho Generalissima Barr
|by Anonymous||reply 61||07/31/2020|
Devin Nunez looks like that daddy porn Star with the Italian name. Once I remember the name I'll go to qanon
|by Anonymous||reply 62||07/31/2020|
I thought this was a joke.. but uh.. it wasn't.
|by Anonymous||reply 63||08/01/2020|
[quote]By the time the frog realizes it's in boiling water, it's done. Dead.
Sounds like a plan to me.
But it's taking forever.
|by Anonymous||reply 64||08/01/2020|
Barr alledgedly was a big-time school bully. He's demonstrating the same tactical behavior in his old age. Don't back down to this corrupt and bloated creep. Hope a Biden AG prosecutes his ass.
|by Anonymous||reply 65||08/01/2020|
Concern for ordinary people.
|by Anonymous||reply 66||08/01/2020|
r65, THIS is the reason Harris should not be VP. Biden will need a KILLER AG to prosecute the Trump swamp.
|by Anonymous||reply 67||08/01/2020|
Preet Bharara would make a killer AG too.
|by Anonymous||reply 68||08/01/2020|
Good idea, r68! Someone with a personal ax to grind.
|by Anonymous||reply 69||08/01/2020|
So this is how he does it.
|by Anonymous||reply 70||08/01/2020|
Yeah, no quarter to these traitors.
Every last one tried, convicted and publicly hanged as a warning to the other rethug punks who think they can pull the same thing. Because they think they can.
|by Anonymous||reply 71||08/01/2020|
I also do not buy the argument that if we start down the road of prosecuting previous administrations, then it will be never ending because the next time the Repugs get in, they'll just do the same thing! They already fucking do. All the time. It's just that the Democrats are fucking traitorous criminals so nothing ever sticks no matter how hard the Repugs bloviate about it.
|by Anonymous||reply 72||08/01/2020|
It's probably time. A weak case won't stand. Apparently administrations need to frightening into behaving better. What's gone on the past four years must be examined. It cannot be dismissed without examination. Do you really want Republicans thinking they can get away with this shit the next time they take the White House - because that day comes, inevitably.
|by Anonymous||reply 73||08/01/2020|
R65 I believe it but where did you read that? I'd be curious to know more about how Barr being a bully in high school. I can totally see it
|by Anonymous||reply 74||08/01/2020|
Bill Barr Bullied Me Because I Backed Civil Rights
|by Anonymous||reply 75||08/01/2020|
Bill Barr Was a Sick and Sadistic Kid Who Was A Fascist "High School Tormentor" and Bully, Classmate Recalls to BuzzFlash
|by Anonymous||reply 76||08/01/2020|
My friend last night was saying Biden will be soft on Repubs...I'm not so sure. This time it is different.
|by Anonymous||reply 77||08/01/2020|
|by Anonymous||reply 78||08/01/2020|
Bill Barr was a sick, sadistic, bully in his youth?
The world is shocked.
|by Anonymous||reply 79||08/01/2020|
|by Anonymous||reply 80||08/01/2020|
I refuse to disable my ad blocker for Daily Beast
|by Anonymous||reply 81||08/01/2020|
Federalist Society co-founder says Trump's tweet about delaying election is grounds for impeachment
|by Anonymous||reply 82||08/01/2020|
[quote] ...But there's also a group of Republicans and conservatives around him. They're like remoras stuck to the belly of this dying, thrashing shark. They think that keeping Trump in power by any means necessary is kind of their last-ditch effort to save western civilization, to pack the courts … to try to keep moving forward with voter suppression so that they can enable minority rule for years to come.
[quote] And I keep saying, let's not get too distracted by Trump. Keep your eye on Bill Barr, keep your eye on some of the people around him who are a lot more competent, a lot less emotionally disorderered than he is and who know exactly what they're doing.
|by Anonymous||reply 83||08/01/2020|
also too r83, destroy the whole damn Republican Party. They will just breed another Trump. They suck on such a profound level that the only cure is destruction.
|by Anonymous||reply 84||08/01/2020|
Putin is already having the next asset groomed to follow Trump. Ivanka vs Junior?
Can't see Miss Lindzey golfing with Ivanka. And Jared has the personality of a wet dishcloth.
|by Anonymous||reply 85||08/01/2020|
[quote]And Jared has the personality of a wet dishcloth.
Nah. He's not even as interesting as water. He has the presonality of a dry dishcloth. A cheap, white one that you can see through.
|by Anonymous||reply 86||08/01/2020|
I can’t believe you guys are still running these treason threads, he’s still here, you didn’t achieve anything with hundreds of threads.
|by Anonymous||reply 87||08/01/2020|
R87 = colossal trump licker.
|by Anonymous||reply 88||08/01/2020|
Um, good conversation, R87?
|by Anonymous||reply 89||08/01/2020|
This thread has achieved more than Drumpf has!
How's that wall going? hahahaha.
|by Anonymous||reply 90||08/01/2020|
The value of threads like these is a concentration of information.
Five separate threads on the same topic and threads which link to NYPost or The Sun or Fox News are not helpful.
Disinformation is going to be the bane of our existence--possibly literally--for the next three months. I was just on Twitter and about 5 topics started trending and getting bumped. Out of nowhere a Bill Clinton pedo hashtag appeared and 100% of the people using it called for his arrest, with many of them listing other Democrats. NOT ONE mentioned 45 or Dershowitz or any of the unknown names from the data dump a few days ago (some of whom are actually verifiably Democrats with a simple Google search).
And then there was an anti-GOP hashtag. And that was followed by outraged postings about some random kid who burned a bible in Portland last night...
Like the saying about publicity, "bad news" isn't even as damaging as it used to be. The White House will continue to tell outright lies as long as it enrages their opposition to the point of ineffectiveness. The objective is to stoke chaos and confusion with the goal of making late October so frantic that nobody knows what to believe and the incumbency has the advantage of being positioned to restore "order".
The better we are at filtering distraction, the better chance we have of fighting.
|by Anonymous||reply 91||08/01/2020|
The fact that these threads bothers some moron means it's accomplishing it's goal.
|by Anonymous||reply 92||08/01/2020|
|by Anonymous||reply 93||08/01/2020|
r87 = Ladybug 🐞
|by Anonymous||reply 94||08/01/2020|
Love the new CNN commercial they just started airing.... Great dig at Trump.
|by Anonymous||reply 95||08/01/2020|
Trump is a fascist plain and simple.
Time to GET RID OF HIM.
|by Anonymous||reply 96||08/01/2020|
[quote] ...coalition politics; We're going to fight out our differences after Biden is elected.
|by Anonymous||reply 97||08/02/2020|
Grandpa Trump is sporting a large bruise on the back of his right hand these days, looks like he’s been getting IV treatments of some sort. COVID plasma? Blood thinners?
|by Anonymous||reply 98||08/02/2020|
R82 that’s a huge deal
|by Anonymous||reply 99||08/02/2020|
Wanna know who we're up against? Read the responses to this Matt Walsh tweet:
[quote]Wake me up when any Republican, anywhere, has the guts to propose significant restrictions on voting rights so that our country is no longer held hostage by non-contributing ignoramuses who shouldn't have a say in anything
|by Anonymous||reply 100||08/02/2020|
@HamSandwich27 Replying to @MattWalshBlog The voting age should 30+y.o. with at least one combat tour under your belt.
|by Anonymous||reply 101||08/02/2020|
r97, I'm sorry, when did he became a Democrat?
And I don't mean just for "running for president" purposes.
|by Anonymous||reply 102||08/02/2020|
R87 you sound like a big fucking pussy, dare I say CUNT. What's the purpose, you wonder. "Attention, attention must finally be paid to such a person."
And he - Trump - also must not be allowed to merely fall into his grave. Like a dog. He has some serious accounts to settle. And THAT is at least partially the reason for these threads and posts.
|by Anonymous||reply 103||08/02/2020|
|by Anonymous||reply 104||08/02/2020|
Trump's boy, Louis deJoy, shows Lindsey-style love of Trump. His job: mess up the USPS as.part of the election stealing Trump-Barr scheme.
|by Anonymous||reply 105||08/03/2020|
Democrats Are Spending Millions to Boost a Trump Ally
[quote] ...for the past few weeks, Democrats have come to Kobach’s rescue, spending at least $4 million to help the unapologetic Trump ally win the Republican nomination for an open U.S. Senate seat in Kansas. The primary is August 4, and a Democratic-aligned super PAC formed in recent weeks has poured millions into TV ads that bash Kobach’s opponent, Representative Roger Marshall, the Republican backed by Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell and other state and national GOP power brokers. The ads attack Marshall from the right, lumping him in with “Mitt Romney Republicans and Never Trumpers” who think Kobach is “too conservative.” The committee, called the Sunflower State PAC, is using an advertising firm that created commercials for Bernie Sanders’s 2016 presidential campaign and for a super PAC backing Joe Biden this year. It appears to be a simple, if clandestine, case of primary meddling, a tactic that has become popular among both parties in recent years: Democrats see Kobach as the weaker, more polarizing GOP candidate and are trying to boost him now so they can pummel him in the fall.
[quote] In 2012, McCaskill’s boasting about her efforts to pick her Republican opponent made the maneuver seem edgy—not quite a dirty trick but a perfectly legal bit of political gamesmanship. But Trump’s election four years later, after some Democrats gleefully cheered his victory in the GOP primary, was a searing lesson to be careful what you wish for. “I think politics has changed,” Noorani said. “Strategies like this could end up too cute by half.”
|by Anonymous||reply 106||08/03/2020|
The Manhattan DA's office suggested on Monday that it has been investigating President Trump and his company for possible bank and insurance fraud, a significantly broader inquiry than the prosecutors have acknowledged in the past.
|by Anonymous||reply 107||08/03/2020|
A Manhattan prosecutor trying to get President Donald Trump’s tax returns told a judge Monday that he was justified in demanding them, citing public reports of “extensive and protracted criminal conduct at the Trump Organization.”
Trump’s lawyers last month said the grand jury subpoena for the tax returns was issued in bad faith and amounted to harassment of the president.
Manhattan District Attorney District Attorney Cyrus R. Vance, Jr. seeks eight years of the Republican president’s personal and corporate tax records, but has disclosed little about what prompted him to request the records, other than part of the investigation relates to payoffs to women to keep them quiet about alleged affairs with Trump.
President Donald Trump listens during a meeting with U.S. tech workers, before signing an Executive Order on hiring American workers, in the Cabinet Room of the White House, Monday, Aug. 3, 2020, in Washington. A Manhattan prosecutor trying to get President Trump’s tax returns told a judge Monday that he was justified in demanding them, citing public reports of “extensive and protracted criminal conduct at the Trump Organization.” Trump’s lawyers last month said the grand jury subpoena for the tax returns was issued in bad faith and amounted to harassment of the president. (AP Photo/Alex Brandon)
NEW YORK (AP) — A Manhattan prosecutor trying to get President Donald Trump’s tax returns told a judge Monday that he was justified in demanding them, citing public reports of “extensive and protracted criminal conduct at the Trump Organization.”
Trump’s lawyers last month said the grand jury subpoena for the tax returns was issued in bad faith and amounted to harassment of the president.
Manhattan District Attorney District Attorney Cyrus R. Vance, Jr. seeks eight years of the Republican president’s personal and corporate tax records, but has disclosed little about what prompted him to request the records, other than part of the investigation relates to payoffs to women to keep them quiet about alleged affairs with Trump. ADVERTISEMENT
In a court filing Monday, though, attorneys for Vance said Trump’s arguments that the subpoena was too broad stemmed from “the false premise” that the probe was limited to so-called “hush-money” payments.
“This Court is already aware that this assertion is fatally undermined by undisputed information in the public record,” Vance’s lawyers wrote. They said that information confirms the validity of a subpoena seeking evidence related to potentially improper financial transactions by a variety of individuals and entities over a period of years.
They said public reporting demonstrates that at the time the subpoena was issued “there were public allegations of possible criminal activity at Plaintiff’s New York County-based Trump Organization dating back over a decade.”
“These reports describe transactions involving individual and corporate actors based in New York County, but whose conduct at times extended beyond New York’s borders. This possible criminal activity occurred within the applicable statutes of limitations, particularly if the transactions involved a continuing pattern of conduct,” the lawyers said.
|by Anonymous||reply 108||08/03/2020|
He is treating Trump as a common white collar criminal.
With all the documents that Mary Trump provided to the NYT, you can tell it is the tip of the iceberg.
|by Anonymous||reply 109||08/03/2020|
How this asshole is not dead after all of his legal stresses and strains during the last 4 years, is beyond my comprehension. I would have been curled up in a ball, sucking my thumb, after day one. And it’s not just the last 4 years. This motherfucker has been a problem ever since his birth. Indestructible evil.
|by Anonymous||reply 110||08/03/2020|
Hopefully, they get Trump's bank records along with his tax returns. Willing to bet there is a huge disconnect between bank deposits and what he claimed on his tax return as income.
|by Anonymous||reply 111||08/03/2020|
“IT” the clown is now speaking his daily, 5 o’clock spew of lies. Good time for a moment of silence.
And by silence I mean mute the volume until IT exits the podium.
|by Anonymous||reply 112||08/03/2020|
Wow. Claiming that "the Treasury" should be entitled to a hefty percentage of TikTok's sale price. Just because. Like the Mafia's cut.
|by Anonymous||reply 113||08/03/2020|
You kick up to Paulie and Paulie kicks up to me. Capisce?
|by Anonymous||reply 114||08/03/2020|
Make corporations pay a proper tax rate and you won't have to extort them.
|by Anonymous||reply 115||08/03/2020|
Junior Mint has a long history of spreading misinformation and conspiracy theories.
|by Anonymous||reply 116||08/03/2020|
He actually referred to his attempted shakedown of the TikTok transaction as “key money,” which is an illegal bribe paid to a landlord.
|by Anonymous||reply 117||08/03/2020|
Obama endorses the opponents of Miss Lindsey, Concerned Susie, and Joni "squeal like a pig" Ernst.
|by Anonymous||reply 118||08/03/2020|
Claudia Conway has her mother, Kellyanne, a bit frazzled again. This time it is about tiktot appearances.
|by Anonymous||reply 119||08/03/2020|
Trump is behind in Wisconsin. The campaign is sending 'Mother' there to try and uplift support.
'Mother' must work wonders.
|by Anonymous||reply 120||08/03/2020|
We don't want her here. Sashay away Mother.
|by Anonymous||reply 121||08/03/2020|
"Mother" Pence and "Uplift" should not be used in the same sentence.
|by Anonymous||reply 122||08/03/2020|
She's going to Milwaukee without the husband.
You can't convince me she won't be guzzling beer, for reasons which are well known to her.
|by Anonymous||reply 123||08/03/2020|
Miss Lindsey is more mad than a wet hen.
The SEC decided to play only conference games this football season due to the pandemic. That cancels playing in-state archival Clemson this year. Clemson is a member of the ACC.
Miss Lindsey has declared her displeasure and says the decision is unacceptable.
[quote]I'm going to call and object," he said. "I can't make them do anything they don't want to do, but I think I'm speaking for a lot of people that want to see football between Clemson and South Carolina.
The SEC has schools in 10 other states, Lindsey. The decision is done. Games are still subject to being canceled due to the pandemic. Dont you have more pressing issues to address?
|by Anonymous||reply 124||08/03/2020|
Miss Lindz needs to see those tight endz.
|by Anonymous||reply 125||08/03/2020|
Damn, Mother Pence coming at you with the LOOOVVVEEE! Be frightened Milwaukee, be very frightened.
|by Anonymous||reply 126||08/03/2020|
I know Mike Pence can’t be alone with another woman or drink alcohol with one, but what are the rules where Mother is concerned? Can she go drinking with the cheeseheads in WI? I bet she’s all kinds of fun when she’s polished off a couple pitchers.
|by Anonymous||reply 127||08/03/2020|
Heh, totally believe it r127. You know the inner fag hag comes spilling out, all Debra Messing "let me tell you about Melania!"
|by Anonymous||reply 128||08/03/2020|
Ahh, yes. You go for those taxes Mr. Cy Vance! All the major networks are buzzing about this tonight, and the consensus is that Cy will get them. Except of course FUCKS-NEWS, who will either spin this latest tidbit into cotton candy, or not cover it at all.
Also a big shout-out to the Supremes, who told dump-truck- trump, NO; you are NOT above the law, and this case will not be dismissed. With further a advisement to go fight your own tax battles....
|by Anonymous||reply 129||08/03/2020|
in fact, why hasn't Mother Pence been the funniest character all over media the past few years. Why aren't there youtubes? Sitcoms? Podcasts? A drunk Mother Pence sharing her deepest thoughts is a missed opportunity.
|by Anonymous||reply 130||08/03/2020|
Trump endorsing Susan Collins...
|by Anonymous||reply 131||08/04/2020|
You know Mother Pence, Head Karen in Charge, knows lots and lots of secrets, it's why her hair has volume. She's shady as hell, and needs to spill!
|by Anonymous||reply 132||08/04/2020|
[quote] "I can't make them do anything they don't want to do,..."
I'm imagining Lindsey learning that in a more general sense, like a few unfortunate incidents trying of inviting the other 13 year old boys to play doctor.
|by Anonymous||reply 133||08/04/2020|
The brain rot is really progressing fast now. Here he is today talking about national parks, especially that well known Jewish one.
|by Anonymous||reply 134||08/04/2020|
Miss Lindsey should be more preoccupied with shopping for an apartment in Moscow. She'll need one come November.
|by Anonymous||reply 135||08/04/2020|
Lindsay is ahead by one measley point according to the latest poll
|by Anonymous||reply 136||08/04/2020|
r135...do you live under a rock ? Standard operating procedure with the GOP is to give in and support everything a republican president wants...then when the president doesnt win reelection, they distance themselves and claim they had no part of it in order to save their own asses...regardless of direct evidence to the contrary.
|by Anonymous||reply 137||08/04/2020|
Leaving Wisconsin disappointed, 'Mother' canceled her visit.
|by Anonymous||reply 138||08/04/2020|
[quote]As voters consider whether to re-elect her, Sen. Susan Collins came clean about her refusal to tell them what she thinks about their biggest decision in November. She confessed that she wouldn’t say if she supports Donald Trump for re-election because the politics were just too hard for her.
"Because the politics were just too hard for her"?
Someone please explain why she is running for re-election then. After all this time and interaction, she won't state whether or not she supports Trump's re-election?
|by Anonymous||reply 139||08/04/2020|
She’ll have to do her drinking at home in the dark...like a good Christian.
|by Anonymous||reply 140||08/04/2020|
[quote]Leaving Wisconsin disappointed, 'Mother' canceled her visit.
That woman needs to board the damn plane and put her trust in the Lord. Is not for her to decide.
|by Anonymous||reply 141||08/04/2020|
If Collins ever stood for anything, she stands for nothing now. What a stupid, cowardly shell of a representative. She should have a stripe painted down her back. If she had any dignity or steel or self respect she would just concede now.
|by Anonymous||reply 142||08/04/2020|
[quote]If she had any dignity or steel or self respect she would just concede now.
She's a republican't. Those traits would be of absolutely no use.
|by Anonymous||reply 143||08/04/2020|
So Pres Bone Spurs again wished Guislaine well. Doubled down. He’s scared. Damn. Dayum.
|by Anonymous||reply 144||08/04/2020|
Lá Sènatrice is in a tight race. She has a one point lead in the poll.
Bone Spurs has a five point lead in S.C , but hls margin has shrunk by15 points since June.
|by Anonymous||reply 145||08/04/2020|
Joni Ernst of Iowa tweets an attack on opponent Greenfield's dog, Ringo. Ernst is receiving backlash nationally from dog lovers.
Is she friends with a Huckabee son?
|by Anonymous||reply 146||08/04/2020|
It may seem trivial, but the dog thing could actually lead to Ernst being buried in a landslide.
|by Anonymous||reply 147||08/04/2020|
[quote] I've seen enough: Roger Marshall (R) defeats Kris Kobach (R) in the #KSSEN GOP primary. Democrats had been banking on Kobach's nomination after he blew the 2018 #KSGOV race.
(See R106 for details)
|by Anonymous||reply 148||08/04/2020|
|by Anonymous||reply 149||08/04/2020|
The interview Johnathon Swan did with trump was hilarious. scary but hilarious. You have to see it to believe.
|by Anonymous||reply 150||08/05/2020|
Interesting out of Missouri... the suburbs carried a proposal to [italic]expand[/italic] medicaid.
|by Anonymous||reply 151||08/05/2020|
It was like an episode of Veep
|by Anonymous||reply 152||08/05/2020|
[quote]Interesting out of Missouri... the suburbs carried a proposal to expand medicaid.
Rural Missouri, which will be the primary beneficiary of the expansion, voted overwhelmingly against the amendment.
It's crazy that so many people in this country vote against their own economic interests.
|by Anonymous||reply 153||08/05/2020|
|by Anonymous||reply 154||08/05/2020|
Secretary Of Failure
|by Anonymous||reply 155||08/05/2020|
I love how ugly he looks in the pics they chose r155.
|by Anonymous||reply 156||08/05/2020|
Trump appeared on Fox & Friends this a.m. to rail against mail-in voting, claiming it would make the 2020 election "go on for years."
|by Anonymous||reply 157||08/05/2020|
Mail in voting is a fraud! A complete and total fraud! Except for Florida, where I can't win without it. There, it's perfectly fine.
|by Anonymous||reply 158||08/05/2020|
Donald Trump is the Dumbest Man in America ^2
|by Anonymous||reply 159||08/05/2020|
Claudia Conway, Kellyanne's daughter, responds to Donald Trump.
|by Anonymous||reply 160||08/05/2020|
|by Anonymous||reply 161||08/05/2020|
Claudia Conway is a beautiful young woman. Hard to believe that when looking at mommy and daddy.
|by Anonymous||reply 162||08/05/2020|
Isnt she something like 14 ?
|by Anonymous||reply 163||08/05/2020|
|by Anonymous||reply 164||08/05/2020|
'Mother' Pence, keep an eye on very ambitious Nikki Haley. That's a slick one.
|by Anonymous||reply 165||08/05/2020|
April Ryan is saying what many have been predicting.
|by Anonymous||reply 166||08/05/2020|
Miss Lindsey's rudeness to another woman does need to be called-out.
|by Anonymous||reply 167||08/05/2020|
What a busy little website Newsweek has created for itself.
Makes me want to spend as little time there as possible.
|by Anonymous||reply 168||08/06/2020|
Breaking Down Trump's Recent Virus Remarks | Morning Joe | MSNBC
|by Anonymous||reply 169||08/06/2020|
Mike DeWine (Republican governor of Ohio) just tested pos for C-19. I disagree with him on pretty much everything, but I will admit that he’s been good and proactive about the virus, despite the stance his party and his constituents were taking.
|by Anonymous||reply 170||08/06/2020|
Cheeto: Biden will "hurt God" if elected
|by Anonymous||reply 171||08/06/2020|
OMG, that clip at R171 is hilarious: HE'LL TAKE YOUR GUNS, DESTROY YOUR SECOND AMENDMENT, NO RELIGION, NO ANYTHING, HE HURTS THE BIBLE, HURTS GOD...
I giggled that an omnipotent God is hurt by a career politician that most people consider pretty boring...
Consider this: it's only early August; by late September, early October, Dump speeches will be: HE'LL RAPE YOUR GRANDMA - YES, FUCK HER RIGHT IN FRONT OF YOU; HE'LL KILL YOUR DOG - AFTER HE RAPES THE DOG - MAYBE EATS THE DOG TOO - JUST LIKE THOSE CHINESE WHO GAVE US THIS FLU. HE'LL SELL YOUR CHILDREN INTO HUMAN TRAFFICKING SO THEY'LL BE TURNING TRICKS IN DUBAI. YES, BILL BARR IS INVESTIGATING RIGHT NOW....
|by Anonymous||reply 172||08/06/2020|
R170, DeWine started out doing okay with the pandemic but then he caved to the Trumpies. Can't trust a Repug as far as you could throw them.
|by Anonymous||reply 173||08/06/2020|
The accounts were based in Romania and had 1 million followers.
|by Anonymous||reply 174||08/06/2020|
Speaking of Ohio, “IT” is speaking about the economy. The clown-in-chief just gave a shout out to pedo Gymnasium Jordan, among other deplorable Buckeyes. 🤮
|by Anonymous||reply 175||08/06/2020|
R174 and yet FB leaves up all these posts that Bill Clinton was caught sexually abusing young boys... despite how many times those posts have been reported.
|by Anonymous||reply 176||08/06/2020|
Chris Christie said that Trump wasn't going to dump Pence. But someone keeps trying very hard to make Haley happen.
|by Anonymous||reply 177||08/06/2020|
Biden is a devout Catholic. He's been to more church services in a random 3 month period than Trump has in a lifetime. He is also a gun owner.
|by Anonymous||reply 178||08/06/2020|
R177, keeping Pence is consistent with Trump's desire to appease his Evangelical base. Picking Haley would be a sign that he wants to expand his base, and that's not what he's about.
|by Anonymous||reply 179||08/06/2020|
r168 sounds irritated because Newsweek covered Lindsey Graham's antics in chairing the Senate Judiciary Committee. Umh.....
Thought LG craved media attention? He's on Fox almost daily.
|by Anonymous||reply 180||08/06/2020|
I have no info to report. Things leak at such fast rates like a screen door on a submarine. I stole that from Rick Wilson. The Haley as VP was my last big scoop. I wouldn’t be so sure it won’t happen. Pres Bone Spurs will blame him for something and boom Haley.
|by Anonymous||reply 181||08/06/2020|
R181 is me. I never tag myself. Lol
|by Anonymous||reply 182||08/06/2020|
More assorted incoherence, including stuff about sinks and washing machines
|by Anonymous||reply 183||08/06/2020|
Is it just my imagination or has Barr been missing for most of this week...after his exposure to Typhoid Louie?
I get nervous when I don't hear from him.
|by Anonymous||reply 184||08/06/2020|
This made me laugh.
It's KAC's daughter with a caption that reads: "You think you can hurt my feelings? lol. My my mom is Kellyanne Conway.
|by Anonymous||reply 185||08/06/2020|
Not "Captain Clementine"
|by Anonymous||reply 186||08/06/2020|
Wallace - Trumps Deutsche Bank problem His Tax returns & the inbound Money headache for the Trumps
|by Anonymous||reply 187||08/06/2020|
The daily Miss Thang. Save yourself time from watching Hannity.
|by Anonymous||reply 188||08/06/2020|
Gollywhopper Barr conspiring for an October surprise.
|by Anonymous||reply 189||08/06/2020|
Without a doubt they will pull multiple October surprises. They will be elaborate lies. Barr will fabricate things. We need to be ready with lies, truth, distraction and power.
|by Anonymous||reply 190||08/06/2020|
He'll try to have Biden arrested in October.
|by Anonymous||reply 191||08/06/2020|
[quote]Barr had to admit in his congressional testimony that he could not recall intervening in any sentencing proceedings during his tenure as attorney general except those of two of the president’s friends. Stone was one and Michael Flynn was the other, in whose case Barr similarly submitted a revised sentencing memorandum to lower the government’s sentencing position. So what does this all mean? It means that if you are personally connected to the president or have information that could hurt the president, or both, you can be treated far more favorably by this attorney general, as he will bend the law and facts to the president’s desired result. His actions in U.S. v. Stone strike at the heart of the Aristotelian principle central to the rule of law, that we treat likes alike. John Locke warned that “where law ends, tyranny begins.” Now, more than three centuries later, that statement applies to the head of the American system of justice.
|by Anonymous||reply 192||08/06/2020|
Russia is all over this shit with Barr.
|by Anonymous||reply 193||08/06/2020|
If Trump, Barr, McConnell, Graham, Pence, with Putin's help, etc. pulls October shit; I would hope all these protesters (plus) from the last couple of months converge on the WH, DoJ, and the Capitol and demand these ringleaders vacate their jobs immediately.
The beginning of a coup d'etat beyond the planning, is to arrest the political opposition. Dont trust Barr. He is corrupt as DJT; perhaps moreso with the cunning.
Biden, Brennan, McCabe, Comey, HRC, Rice, Obama and others, have to know Trump, Barr, and cohorts are scheming to make political arrests. Expose and preempt their effort.
|by Anonymous||reply 194||08/06/2020|
The credible media needs to be ahead of these characters, instead of the reactionary daily fluff of "oh my, Trump tweeted this this morning".
|by Anonymous||reply 195||08/06/2020|
Yes, Ill bet the media will get right on it just like they did in 2016.
|by Anonymous||reply 196||08/06/2020|
R196 oh but they’re liberal..........
|by Anonymous||reply 197||08/06/2020|
r197 . . . but love the $, eyeballs & clicks that @45 brings more.
|by Anonymous||reply 198||08/07/2020|
He breaks our laws all the time, then acts like he should be allowed. I guess he has always been the same.
|by Anonymous||reply 199||08/07/2020|
Congress does have power with Barr beyond subpoenas whereby Barr will lie, ignore, delay and fight in the courts to run out the time. The House can't force his removal without Senate action which Republicans will refuse to do.. They can vote "no confidence" in his role as AG. Barr will hate that, and it further erodes his very unpopular and tainted reputation.
There is also the power of the purse. Congress can line-item slash funding content in the DoJ budget as well as other federal agencies exhibiting corruption. When dealing with crooks operating beyond normal parameters and protocol, play hardball aggressively. Otherwise, the message won't get through and it impedes the.corrupt agenda.
|by Anonymous||reply 200||08/07/2020|
DC appeals court: Don McGahn must comply with House subpoena
|by Anonymous||reply 201||08/07/2020|
Public Servants Are Risking Everything to Expose Government Corruption. Donald Trump Is Making Their Lives Hell.
|by Anonymous||reply 202||08/07/2020|
[quote] some of Facebook’s own employees gathered evidence they say shows Breitbart — along with other right-wing outlets and figures including Turning Point USA founder Charlie Kirk, Trump supporters Diamond and Silk, and conservative video production nonprofit Prager University — has received special treatment that helped it avoid running afoul of company policy. They see it as part of a pattern of preferential treatment for right-wing publishers and pages
|by Anonymous||reply 203||08/07/2020|
Senate race in South Carolina tied.
Graham avoids meeting or communicating with SC constituents other than running a flurry of negative ads and appearing nightly sith Hannity.
|by Anonymous||reply 204||08/07/2020|
[quote]appearing nightly sith Hannity
I always assumed Hannity was a Star Wars villain.
|by Anonymous||reply 205||08/07/2020|
Jerry Falwell Jr. with unzipped photo. He was with a woman this time.
|by Anonymous||reply 206||08/07/2020|
GOP Congressman, Mark Walker, calls for Jerry Falwell Jr. to resign as President of Liberty University.
|by Anonymous||reply 207||08/07/2020|
Naughty Jerry, stay within the parameters of 🐞 🐞 🐞. or risk trouble.
|by Anonymous||reply 208||08/07/2020|
Jerry Falwell Jr. with unzipped photo. He was with a woman this time.
I totally had him pegged for a pole smoker; I am so confused now!!
|by Anonymous||reply 209||08/07/2020|
It's possible that comment about Biden hurting God might have been Trump's senile misremembering of "Biden makes baby Jesus sad."
|by Anonymous||reply 210||08/07/2020|
S. E. Cupp, a CNN host, and a Republican right of center, says her potential support of Biden, depends on his choice of a VP candidate.
On CNN Newsroom, she expressed opposition to Susan Rice but said O.K. to Kamala Harris.
CNN hired her, but she keeps a door open for Trump. Batch about Trump for ratings and hits, but won't rule out voting for him?
|by Anonymous||reply 211||08/07/2020|
[quote]He'll try to have Biden arrested in October.
Off topic slightly but is that Nick Confessore in R187's picture? Wow, his beard is hot.
|by Anonymous||reply 212||08/07/2020|
There’s only one person I want to see locked up and y'all know who that is.
|by Anonymous||reply 213||08/07/2020|
"In the 2016 campaign, Hillary Clinton’s campaign paid for the opposition research book on Donald Trump compiled by the liberal Super PAC American Bridge.
In 2020, American Bridge is putting it online for free.
The opposition research rips into Trump’s coronavirus response, detailing the administration’s history of cutting Centers for Disease Control funding and eliminating the CDC's presence in China. Trump’s comments downplaying the severity of the virus and labeling it as a Democratic “hoax” are featured under a section labeled “Coronavirus Communications Failures.”
American Bridge also takes aim at Trump’s environmental, economic, health care and immigration policies. The group singles out the president’s opposition to the Affordable Care Act, cuts to entitlement programs and his "war on seniors" as areas of interest.
As well as policy opposition research, the files seek to portray Trump as personally corrupt, lazy, racist and in mental decline. The history of sexual assault allegations leveled against Trump is also included.
The group’s main takeaway? “President Trump is a historic failure.”
|by Anonymous||reply 214||08/07/2020|
R202 is really sad. You couldn’t have told me that would happen 10 years ago.
This is a tragic situation.
|by Anonymous||reply 215||08/07/2020|
As in 2016, the 2020 Election Under Attack by Both Foreign (Russia) & Domestic (Trump/Barr) Threats.
|by Anonymous||reply 216||08/07/2020|
Did Melania make a boo-boo?
|by Anonymous||reply 217||08/07/2020|
Susie and her lobbyist:
[quote]As a result, the final version of the PPP that became law contained an exception for hotel and restaurant chains. Those companies could apply with up to 500 employees per location, even if they were much bigger overall. Collins took credit for the change, telling a Maine radio host: “I was able to get an exception included in the bill. And I think it’s made a real difference to some of our restaurants and hotels in Maine that are locally owned and needed that kind of relief.” While Collins and other advocates say the exception for hotel chains prevented layoffs in a badly battered industry, it became one of the most controversial features of the PPP. Some firms that initially received PPP funds volunteered to return them because of the public backlash, such as Shake Shack and the Ashford hotel group.
|by Anonymous||reply 218||08/07/2020|
Kellyanne and her bullshit.
|by Anonymous||reply 219||08/07/2020|
Even Fox News' Sandra Smith grilled ole' Kellyanne on her coronavirus talking points and pushing schools reopening.
|by Anonymous||reply 220||08/07/2020|
R211, that's why she is called S.E. Cunt.
|by Anonymous||reply 221||08/07/2020|
SE Cupp did not say she would vote for our current prez. She has hammered the shit out of him. I think it’s ridiculous she won’t accept Susan Rice, though. She is unequivocal about wanting prez gone.
|by Anonymous||reply 222||08/07/2020|
Kimberly Guilfoyle plots a return to the Hamptons.
[quote]Not to be deterred, Guilfoyle will return to the Hamptons to host fundraisers for Trump this weekend, Page Six reported on Monday. The tabloid said that on Saturday, she’ll host a $580,600/couple event that Trump will attend, while singles can attend for $250,000. CNBC reported that on Thursday, she and Trump Jr. will attend an event that costs $2,800/person for the reception and up to $50,000/couple for the dinner.
|by Anonymous||reply 223||08/07/2020|
Pushing Trump to dump Pence and name Nikki Haley.
'Mother' and plenty of fundies won't like that.
|by Anonymous||reply 224||08/07/2020|
Oh noes, the vital SE Cupp bullshit artist endorsement. Whatever shall we do???!!!
|by Anonymous||reply 225||08/07/2020|
Like every Republican and Libertarian, SE Cupp is once again embarrassed by the fact that her chosen ideology is stupid and ridiculous, and the only question remains, how to slither out of it just long enough to pretend that if only someone else with the same ideology could be elected, everything would be fine.
|by Anonymous||reply 226||08/07/2020|
SE Cupp is annoying. Why the theatrics over who she may endorse? If she hasn't decided by now, she is not as clever and insightful as she purports herself to be. CNN presenting her as some kind of political genius is a joke. I watched her show early-on, but tired quickly of her arrogance, obnoxious manner, and the over-hyped substance.
|by Anonymous||reply 227||08/07/2020|
[quote] The 2020 Libertarian Party presidential nominee has been bitten by a possibly rabid bat.
[quote] Jo Jorgensen @Jorgensen4POTUS I will not be able to attend the campaign rally tomorrow morning. I will be getting a rabies vaccine as a precaution after having been bitten by a bat near the start of this campaign tour!
|by Anonymous||reply 228||08/07/2020|
R228 So that’s what happened to the prez.
|by Anonymous||reply 229||08/07/2020|
Oh sweet jesus, r228. Everyone, just stop. God has made it clear. Everything libertarian or Republican is a complete joke and everyone should stop pretending to care about either one.
So let it be written, so let it be done!
|by Anonymous||reply 230||08/07/2020|
Of course traitor Drumpf has spoken to Putin 8 times this year, at least once a month, after speaking with Putin only 4 times (officially) last year, and he has still refused to denounce Putin putting the bounty on US soldiers in Afghanistan, and is downplaying Russia's active interference AGAIN in the US election. Please, voters, do not put traitor Drumpf back in office again under circumstances. The only place he needs to spend time from now on is in a court of law and then a prison.
|by Anonymous||reply 231||08/07/2020|
Whom the Gods would destroy they first make ridiculous clowns.
|by Anonymous||reply 232||08/07/2020|
Didn't Cupp used to demand all lowercase letter, and gender especiale pronouns? Am I thinking of the right "journalist"
|by Anonymous||reply 233||08/07/2020|
I think it's called heading toward the lifeboats. Every Republican has been absolutely shit for the past 30 years. Every Republican idea has been absolute shit for the past 30 years. The trick is to make it seem like it all started with Trump, just like the trick was to make it seem like it all started with Bush before, but in fact, it started with every Republican idea of the past 30 years. Remember that as we go forward.
|by Anonymous||reply 234||08/07/2020|
[quote]Pushing Trump to dump Pence and name Nikki Haley.
So not fair!
|by Anonymous||reply 235||08/07/2020|
Jo Jorgensen @Jorgensen4POTUS I will not be able to attend the campaign rally tomorrow morning. I will be getting a rabies vaccine as a precaution after having been bitten by a bat near the start of this campaign tour!
This this is hysterical; COVID is taking old bitter old repigs like Herman Cain & now a bat (no doubt Dracula) is attacking libertarians. I hope the DL "squeak squeak" bat still posts here & can advise this bat to attack that crazy fool Kanye
|by Anonymous||reply 236||Last Saturday at 2:11 AM|
Me no like mug woman stooped esshole
|by Anonymous||reply 237||Last Saturday at 6:53 AM|
What is ol Tulsi up to? Being advised by Putin? Like that gal Jill Stein?
|by Anonymous||reply 238||Last Saturday at 12:24 PM|
R239 Gabbard's seat is up for grabs. She isn't running for re-election.
|by Anonymous||reply 239||Last Saturday at 1:04 PM|
Kellyanne spent the last four years spinning and delivering propaganda for Trump. How much time did she and George devote to effective parenting during this period?
|by Anonymous||reply 240||Last Saturday at 1:20 PM|
As much as I enjoy the shit Claudia writes about her mom, something doesn't ring authentic about her to me. It reads like all three of them are in this bullshit together.
|by Anonymous||reply 241||Last Saturday at 1:22 PM|
Trump signs executive orders on coronavirus economic relief
|by Anonymous||reply 242||Last Saturday at 1:30 PM|
R241, I don’t think either Kellyanne or George want this kind of publicity. The daughter does seem a bit troubled... but I don’t really know for sure. Kids rebel and act out at that age anyway. But now, it’s all out there for the public to see because of social media. Kids can use it like a club.
|by Anonymous||reply 243||Last Saturday at 1:46 PM|
I dagiree, R243. I think both those parents have shown they'll take any kind of publicity they can get.
|by Anonymous||reply 244||Last Saturday at 1:48 PM|
R244, I really don’t think so. Think about their social circle and then watch the girl’s TikTok. I think they’re mortified.
|by Anonymous||reply 245||Last Saturday at 1:51 PM|
Look at how they play their marriage out the way they do on Twitter. I don't think they give two shits about anything as long as they're getting attention.
The girl is 15. If they cared they'd just take her phone away.
|by Anonymous||reply 246||Last Saturday at 1:53 PM|
Something about KACs daughter reads fake to me too. I'm confused about her claims that her mother had her, "arrested," and yet there are no police records to indicate otherwise.
She also claims she spoke to Orange personally to convince him not to shut down Tik Tok. It's weird and wouldn't surprise me that it's all an act for attention.
|by Anonymous||reply 247||Last Saturday at 1:56 PM|
Any club used on Kellyanne is okay in my book, r243.
|by Anonymous||reply 248||Last Saturday at 1:58 PM|
no matter what I think we can agree that Trump ruined that family. Everything he touches.............
|by Anonymous||reply 249||Last Saturday at 2:05 PM|
Would you be willing to do it on camera?
|by Anonymous||reply 250||Last Saturday at 2:43 PM|
R247, if it happened, it probably would be sealed as she’s a minor. But I don’t think it happened. I think the daughter is very troubled.
|by Anonymous||reply 251||Last Saturday at 2:50 PM|
Can't imagine why that would be, r251.
|by Anonymous||reply 252||Last Saturday at 2:55 PM|
R252, all that stuff is sealed? Because she’s a minor? But I wonder if that really happened.
|by Anonymous||reply 253||Last Saturday at 3:05 PM|
CIA Dir Brennan in the Clear, Pompeo's Cover-Up of the Cover-Up & McGahn Subpoena Case Court Opinion
|by Anonymous||reply 254||Last Saturday at 3:48 PM|
ramp vs. bike
|by Anonymous||reply 255||Last Saturday at 6:15 PM|
6'3" & 239 pounds
|by Anonymous||reply 256||Last Saturday at 6:18 PM|
Mmmmmm. I’d be happy to be his workout partner, and motivate him to keep those stats just the way they are. It’s perfect.
Trump is a fat fucking liar, and a coronary in the making. I’m shocked that walking blob of cholesterol is still alive.
|by Anonymous||reply 257||Last Saturday at 7:25 PM|
|by Anonymous||reply 258||Last Sunday at 2:19 AM|
|by Anonymous||reply 259||Last Sunday at 2:19 AM|
I'm betting it wouldn’t be the first time Miz Lindsay got topped by a black man.
|by Anonymous||reply 260||Last Sunday at 4:15 AM|
I was wondering why they keep sending Trump out on interviews and press conferences when they always go badly for him....We know from news articles that Trump's sycophants in the white house are giving him a positive feedback loop, and so that he believes he's doing a good job with the virus. On top of that, he only watches Fox, where the hosts spin things in his favor.... I'm starting to think that maybe someone is sending him out on these press interviews, because that's the only way to actually sneak the truth to him. He shows his pretty graphs to Swan and gets smacked down. He tells the lie that he passed Veteran's Choice, and he gets smacked down. These press interviews are the only times he has to deal with reality.
|by Anonymous||reply 261||Last Sunday at 6:06 AM|
R253, yes, court actions involving minors are sealed. Unless they’re charged as an adult.
|by Anonymous||reply 262||Last Sunday at 6:31 AM|
Professor who's been right about every election since 1984 reveals his 2020 prediction
|by Anonymous||reply 263||Last Sunday at 7:45 AM|
Re: article at R259. If the Russians have Lindsey in their pocket, they want him to stick around. Is there some way of keeping a close eye on the election tallies as they come up? I'm sure the Russians are figuring a way of getting into the system and fixing the votes, which they can get away with if it's so close.
|by Anonymous||reply 264||Last Sunday at 8:28 AM|
r264...Why do you think theyre so against mail in voting....its hard to manipulate totals when theres a paper trail.
|by Anonymous||reply 265||Last Sunday at 9:25 AM|
FCI have you chimed in lately? Hope all is well with you and your family.
|by Anonymous||reply 266||Last Sunday at 10:37 AM|
R262 which makes it convenient for her either way.
|by Anonymous||reply 267||Last Sunday at 10:59 AM|
Yes! A big shout out to FCI. We love you!
|by Anonymous||reply 268||Last Sunday at 11:21 AM|
Claudia is a little brat and in her rebellious teen phase. I find her stuff entertaining but she's just another spoiled, little princess who wants attention. She even looks it. She's always pouting or looking dissatisfied.
She's too young to have any real political leanings so she's rebelling. She'll probably come out as queer any day now but she will probably be a good little republican when she's older and married to a rich guy.
|by Anonymous||reply 269||Last Sunday at 11:28 AM|
R269 she already has. She posted something about being Bi.
All of it's an act and they're all in.
|by Anonymous||reply 270||Last Sunday at 11:42 AM|
R270 I can think up a zillion other fake scenarios that would give them a ton of attention, but much more positive. What on earth do you think this is getting them? If it’s faked, it sucks.
|by Anonymous||reply 271||Last Sunday at 12:00 PM|
It's getting them attention. That's all they care about.
If they didn't want this kind of shit out there it wouldn't be. If they really had an issue with what their daughter was doing they'd just simply cut off her access. She's 15, she wouldn't be able to do anything about it. The very fact that they allow her to still post means they're all full of shit.
|by Anonymous||reply 272||Last Sunday at 12:22 PM|
Yeah, I thought they had suspended her sm accounts or something a month or so ago.
|by Anonymous||reply 273||Last Sunday at 12:52 PM|
And now Claudia is selling appearances on Cameo.
|by Anonymous||reply 274||Last Sunday at 1:09 PM|
R256 you'll have to turn around and present hole to ensure the validity of your results.
|by Anonymous||reply 275||Last Sunday at 1:19 PM|
I’m here! Thx for the love. Right back at ya!
Brother is having heart issues due to COVID-19. They are minor for now. He’s just 32.
My sources aren’t getting much verifiable information due to safety measures put in place to limit numbers in meetings and such. And the administration is leaking stuff out quickly.
From what I have heard, the election meddling is off the charts. Barr will manufacture some fake scandal targeting, most likely, Dems as a whole to kill two birds with one stone. Barr is behind the notion China wants Biden to win. They don’t. Why would they want someone competent when they can play the current fool so easily.
|by Anonymous||reply 276||Last Sunday at 1:24 PM|
I keep seeing that talking point on conservative media on a simmer as part of their plot to delegitimize the election results. They don't have to win, they just have to tie everything up in court long enough run out the clock.
Also, I see them doing something to kneecap Adam Schiff. Clearly the GOP perceives him to be a MAJOR threat.
|by Anonymous||reply 277||Last Sunday at 1:51 PM|
I want to reiterate again some very high up people read the Treason threads in all their various forms after I told my sources about them. My sources were impressed but it made telling some things difficult. I have to be told specifically I can share something. Also, my sources don’t want to run afoul of the people they work for in the case an aide reads this and didn’t want something leaked. I was thrilled I was allowed to break the impeachment the night before and the push for Haley over Pence. I don’t want to give out wrong information, either.
|by Anonymous||reply 278||Last Sunday at 2:06 PM|
R278 forgot to sign.
|by Anonymous||reply 279||Last Sunday at 2:06 PM|
I fucking love her.
|by Anonymous||reply 280||Last Sunday at 2:11 PM|
Also, the article she's referring to originally stated that it had been 35 years since a man and woman had run on the same ticket. After HRC posted her brilliant shot at Maureen, the NYT quickly changed the headline.
|by Anonymous||reply 281||Last Sunday at 2:12 PM|
NYT needed to have dumped Maureen Dowd years ago. She does little beyond expressing her obsessive disdain of the Clintons for decades. The NYT Editorial Board needs some overhaul.
|by Anonymous||reply 282||Last Sunday at 2:24 PM|
[quote]After all, the president had told her in the Oval Office that he aspired to have his image etched on the monument. And last year, a White House aide reached out to the governor’s office with a question, according to a Republican official familiar with the conversation: What’s the process to add additional presidents to Mount Rushmore? So last month, when the president arrived in the Black Hills for the star-spangled spectacle he had pined for, Noem made the most of it.
So Trump wants to be on Mount Rushmore. Will Noem & Lindsey head a steering committee to get it done?
|by Anonymous||reply 283||Last Sunday at 4:21 PM|
We appreciate your info, FCI.
Hillary needs to punch Dowd right in the cunt bone. Seriously. I'd pay money to see that.
|by Anonymous||reply 284||Last Sunday at 4:24 PM|
Per r283, CNN has picked up the story as well.
|by Anonymous||reply 285||Last Sunday at 4:29 PM|
FCI, what is the general thought in DC about QAnon? It’s the Tea Party on Meth, where they believe all Democrats are Pedophilic Cannibals. Trump is encouraging them.
|by Anonymous||reply 286||Last Sunday at 4:52 PM|
Trump's operatives managed to get Kanye West on the ballot of only one state: red Oklahoma.
|by Anonymous||reply 287||Last Sunday at 6:01 PM|
|by Anonymous||reply 288||Last Sunday at 6:02 PM|
No, r287, just saw the nutter is also on the Ohio ballot as well.
But I trust most POC are smart enough not to fall for this bullshit.
|by Anonymous||reply 289||Last Sunday at 6:32 PM|
How is his new album selling?
Has this little stunt cost him fans?
|by Anonymous||reply 290||Last Sunday at 6:35 PM|
It doesn't matter if the people are smarter than the bullshit... it's a matter of Rethugs and Put Put using his name on the ballot to change votes over to him, away from Joe, so Dotard can claim, "victory," again in those swing states.
|by Anonymous||reply 291||Last Sunday at 6:38 PM|
No one “buys” music anymore
|by Anonymous||reply 292||Last Sunday at 7:55 PM|
I don't see anybody talking about the strategic nature of the leaks about Trump's debate prep.
If the entire country believes that Trump is going to lose in a landslide, the Republican base won't show up at the polls, because, why bother? And if the base doesn't show up, that's curtains for the down-ballot Republicans. So to encourage the donors first, we get a leak from Cindy Adams that Trump is taking the election seriously, and now we get a leak that he's taking debate prep seriously, working with Chris Christie, who famously destroyed Marco Rubio in a debate. The Republican base will be energized because Trump hasn't given up. Of course Trump will find a way to fuck up the debate - that's just Trump being Trump - but Fox will proclaim Trump the winner, and the rubes will believe it. So believing that Trump has a fighting chance, the Republican base will happily show up at the polls. The base isn't large enough to save Trump, that ship has long since sailed... but if the base shows up, the Republicans might be able to staunch the bleeding, which is the best outcome they could hope for.
|by Anonymous||reply 293||Last Sunday at 9:56 PM|
[quote]If the entire country believes that Trump is going to lose in a landslide, the Republican base won't show up at the polls, because, why bother?
Rethugs always show up.
|by Anonymous||reply 294||Last Sunday at 9:58 PM|
In a normal year with a normal candidate, Rethugs would show up to vote. But we're already seeing the Republican donors back off funding Trump -the Mercers, possibly Adelson and who knows who else - because why invest in a race the candidate doesn't even care about. The same for the base - people who are depressed because they already know the race is lost aren't going to show up, not even Rethugs They need a reason to show up... and so we're seeing the new strategy. I expect we'll be getting regular leaks about how Trump is doing at debate prep, all designed to make the base think Trump is still a fighter. And the media will play into it, because they want a horse race.
|by Anonymous||reply 295||Last Sunday at 10:07 PM|
Maybe they're backing off because they're confident they don't need to put their money there.. why bother if you're positive it's being rigged from the inside to yield the results you want?
|by Anonymous||reply 296||Last Sunday at 10:19 PM|
C'mon guys. Do ya really think those debates are gonna happen?
|by Anonymous||reply 297||Last Sunday at 10:21 PM|
C'mon guys. Do ya really think those debates are gonna happen?
Dump will set unreasonable terms for the debate, which Biden will reject & Dump & Fox News will call Biden a pussy for refusing to debate
|by Anonymous||reply 298||Last Monday at 12:43 AM|
I think Trump will show up for the first debate. He'll do badly, but Fox will declare him the winner, same as the last election. It won't help Trump, but it will energize the base to show up to vote, which will help save some of the down-ballot candidates.
|by Anonymous||reply 299||Last Monday at 2:42 AM|
[quote]first, we get a leak from Cindy Adams
The go-to gal for in depth political insight for all the rubes!
|by Anonymous||reply 300||Last Monday at 3:02 AM|
Why leak to Cindy Adams first? Because Trump knows her and would have found her fawning column pleasing, at the same time rich NY donors would also read her. I wouldn't be surprised if Trump called some of the NY donors to see if they read the column and to soak up some positive feedback. As I mentioned earlier, it's all very, very strategic.
|by Anonymous||reply 301||Last Monday at 3:29 AM|
Biden doesn’t need to debate.
|by Anonymous||reply 302||Last Monday at 3:34 AM|
I would refuse to debate Plump because he refuses to debate ethically.
|by Anonymous||reply 303||Last Monday at 3:43 AM|
Trump lost every debate to Hillary, but it didn’t matter. His base ate up his glowering, looming, bullying routine. I’m sure he’ll try to do it again. On the one hand, it’ll be harder (for him, anyway) to pull that shit on a man. On the other hand, Biden is probably more easily thrown that Hillary, who was fucking tough as nails.
I sincerely hope that they do not have audiences for the debates. They never should, in my opinion, but this year it’s a medical necessity.
|by Anonymous||reply 304||Last Monday at 5:45 AM|
Trump lost every debate to Hillary, but it didn’t matter. His base ate up his glowering, looming, bullying routine.
I agree with you, R3024, but I also think that Dump's mental capacity has significantly declined since those debates & the press & the LL have attacked him on his weird behavior/speech, problems walking, etc. He can't get through a press conference without storming off when some meany reporter asks him an uncomfortable question. Plus, he clearly views himself as He Who Cannot Be Questioned, all of those factors making me think that he won't agree to debate - though you're right, he could get up there & shit his pants (and he might!), but it will make no difference to the MAGA crowd & Fox
|by Anonymous||reply 305||Last Monday at 6:43 AM|
Fox'will have Miz Lindz on Sean Hannity, Maria Bartiroma, Jeanine Pirro, Martha McCallum, Brian Kincaid, and with Brian Kilmeade (if she can keep her ladybugs from stirring to much), to critique the debates.
Tucker won't have her on his show.
|by Anonymous||reply 306||Last Monday at 7:22 AM|
^too much, not to
|by Anonymous||reply 307||Last Monday at 7:23 AM|
I doubt Biden will be thrown, as his team knows the kinds of things Dump is likely to do, and will prep him accordingly. I'm sure they'll give him great comeback lines to use, if Dump decides to move around the stage when Biden is talking.
|by Anonymous||reply 308||Last Monday at 7:41 AM|
Trump will snort so much Adderall before the debate he might have a heart attack!
|by Anonymous||reply 309||Last Monday at 8:18 AM|
[quote] People need to understand that Bill Barr is incredibly dangerous, and his tenure as AG has been dedicated to using the DOJ to create a Christian theocratic system that is antithetical to democracy or freedom.
|by Anonymous||reply 310||Last Monday at 8:43 AM|
The Atlantic lays out a possible nightmare scenario thanks to "Blue shift":
[quote] Imagine that as November 3, 2020, ticks away, President Donald Trump holds a small lead in one or more key states such as Pennsylvania—perhaps 10,000 or 20,000 votes—and seems to have enough states in his column to eke out an Electoral College win. Trump declares victory, taunts Joe Biden, and prepares for a second term. But the reported results on Election Night omit tens of thousands of votes, including provisional ballots and uncounted mail-in votes. Over the coming days, as those votes are counted, Trump’s lead dwindles and eventually disappears. By the end of the week or early the next, Biden emerges as the clear victor in Pennsylvania—and with that win, captures the race for the presidency. If that’s how things unfold, Trump is unlikely to take defeat snatched from the jaws of victory graciously. He has already spent months attempting to delegitimize the election system. So imagine that he instead cries fraud and insists he’s the target of a criminal Democratic coup. What if he encourages his supporters to take to the streets, where there are violent clashes between partisans? He might even urge the Republican-led Pennsylvania General Assembly to submit a slate of Trump-backing electors, citing the Election Day returns, even if the full tally clearly shows Keystone State voters chose Biden. The hypothetical of a blue shift reversing the early projected winner is the “nightmare scenario,” according to the election-law expert Rick Hasen. Either Trump or Biden could win by a sufficient margin to make the result clear on Election Night; it’s also possible that multiple states might see a decisive post–November 3 blue shift, creating even more chaos. “You don’t need to worry about Russia,” Edward Foley, a law professor at Ohio State, told me. “Simply anxiety over a blue shift and willingness to litigate about it and fight about it could cause a raging contestation over a presidential election.”
|by Anonymous||reply 311||Last Monday at 9:28 AM|
Honestly, judging from the past few elections, I think it is going to be a blowout and Biden will have a very decisive victory.
I'm even seeing less and less Trumptards kissing his ass online.
|by Anonymous||reply 312||Last Monday at 10:11 AM|
R311 except all of his bloviating and tantrums don't mean fuck all when the hated Electoral College votes in December.
By then, there will be a clear winner. Come January 21, 2021, his fat, shitty orange ass goes to jail as he's a flight risk.
If his drooling Walker cultists want to go out and riot, let 'em. Those idiots can be tear gassed and shot just like the mom's in Portland.
Trouble is, his Walkers are too fat, too lazy and too cowardly to do anything but scream on social media. Sure, a handful in various cities might show up waving guns around instead of peace signs and threatening people. Most Dems are smart enough to avoid those idiots until they are dealt with.
Who is going to look more "lawless"? Ammosexuals for shitgibbon? Or unarmed mom's? Who are suburban white women going to identify more with?
The GOP chooses to go that route, they will lose any support they may have had. They will fully transition to the party of uneducated, racist white men.
|by Anonymous||reply 313||Last Monday at 10:35 AM|
Dotard will encourage Electors to be Patriotic and go against what the votes say (in states he needs) to Continue Making America Great Again!!!! And that any fees or charges will be Pardoned by him. Doesn't matter if it's illegal, it's Drumpf, he'll do it anyway and get away with it!
|by Anonymous||reply 314||Last Monday at 10:42 AM|
Maureen Dowd IS Q!
|by Anonymous||reply 315||Last Monday at 10:44 AM|
|by Anonymous||reply 316||Last Monday at 1:42 PM|
For R284. Enjoy. The deplorable fat chick plays the Hillary character. (only for illustrative purposes)
|by Anonymous||reply 317||Last Monday at 1:51 PM|
For R284. Enjoy. The deplorable fat chick plays the Hillary character. (only for illustrative purposes)
|by Anonymous||reply 318||Last Monday at 1:51 PM|
It is not for Orange Spurs & Lindz to decide if college football is to be played this season. The Governors, schools, and their conferences make the decision.
And Lindz is going on conservative xitian radio to talk? Bet Lindz won't confess his sins.
|by Anonymous||reply 319||Last Monday at 2:21 PM|
|by Anonymous||reply 320||Last Monday at 2:29 PM|
I'm listening to him on CNN right now free associating with dementia and I am honestly laughing at him. He is incredible. It's insane.
|by Anonymous||reply 321||Last Monday at 2:44 PM|
Has a Gym Jordan tweet.
|by Anonymous||reply 322||Last Monday at 3:37 PM|
Bill Barr's Remarkable Interview on Fox News and a Preview of Tomorrow's Court Hearing in Flynn Case
|by Anonymous||reply 323||Last Monday at 4:23 PM|
Barr referring to protesters as "fascistic: and "Bolsheviks" was absolutely disgusting but not surprising. He went on Fox to gaslight, making it seem like the Trump admin is honest and well intentioned while the left is trying to destroy the country in a power grab. The most disgraceful AG in history without a doubt. If there's any real justice, he will have his license revoked and he'll be locked up in jail
|by Anonymous||reply 324||Last Monday at 5:14 PM|
[quote]Jim Jordan: America needs college football.
Not the first time he’s overlooked the safety of college athletes.
|by Anonymous||reply 325||Last Monday at 5:29 PM|
His fat head should be on a pike, r324!
Let the crows peck away his putrid flesh.
|by Anonymous||reply 326||Last Monday at 5:31 PM|
[quote] Put TRUMP on Mount Rushmoore NOW
[quote] If you Native Americans don't like it, you can go back where you came from!
|by Anonymous||reply 327||Last Monday at 6:14 PM|
Put a fat ass on the back of it. A lifelike representation and perfect symbolism. Works for everybody.
|by Anonymous||reply 328||Last Monday at 6:18 PM|
[quote]If you Native Americans don't like it, you can go back where you came from!
That'll be a short trip.
|by Anonymous||reply 329||Last Monday at 6:18 PM|
[quote] Senator Graham asks you to give what you can.
I believe the Senator was asking for monetary contributions, but this may be satisfactory.
|by Anonymous||reply 330||Last Tuesday at 7:42 AM|
|by Anonymous||reply 331||Last Tuesday at 9:37 AM|
Barr referring to protesters as "fascistic: and "Bolsheviks" was absolutely disgusting but not surprising. He went on Fox to gaslight, making it seem like the Trump admin is honest and well intentioned while the left is trying to destroy the country in a power grab.
I kind of wonder on some practical level how much different Barr's smug appearances on Fox actually make. It seems like the people who support Dump & Barr will cherry pick any little factoid (well, the protesters clearly aren't peaceful because they destroyed a cop car! Monuments are state/federal property & protesters had no right to take them) to support Dump while everyone sees this bullshit for what it is. Someone else on another thread commented that there was no middle: there were Dump Supporters & there was everyone else. I just hope to god *everyone else* significantly outnumbers Dump supporters this fall
|by Anonymous||reply 332||Last Tuesday at 10:04 AM|
Republicans Furious At Trump After He Yells At Billionaire Donor
|by Anonymous||reply 333||Last Tuesday at 10:51 AM|
R331. I posted a response to this in the COVID thread, but it is more on-topic here: Regarding mass evictions, it just occurred to me that people who are evicted from their homes between now and November may not be able to register to vote in the communities they end up going to, which may be in other cities or other states. Could this be yet another GOP tactic to suppress the vote?
|by Anonymous||reply 334||Last Tuesday at 11:20 AM|
President Fuck up at your service
|by Anonymous||reply 335||Last Tuesday at 12:09 PM|
The acting solicitor general claimed before a judge today that Attorney General William Barr had reasons to intervene in Michael Flynn’s case, but he can’t tell the court.
Jeff Wall, the U.S. government’s top advocate before the Supreme Court, told the District of Columbia Circuit Court that Barr had "secret, undisclosed reasons" for dismissing the case against President Donald Trump’s first national security adviser.
|by Anonymous||reply 336||Last Tuesday at 12:09 PM|
Kamala it is...
|by Anonymous||reply 337||Last Tuesday at 12:28 PM|
Oh, r333, I'm sure Republicans all agree nobody should just give them money. They should have to earn it. Why, anything else would be sociamalism.
|by Anonymous||reply 338||Last Tuesday at 2:01 PM|
|by Anonymous||reply 339||Last Tuesday at 2:16 PM|
[post redacted because independent.co.uk thinks that links to their ridiculous rag are a bad thing. Somebody might want to tell them how the internet works. Or not. We don't really care. They do suck though. Our advice is that you should not click on the link and whatever you do, don't read their truly terrible articles.]
|by Anonymous||reply 340||Last Tuesday at 3:59 PM|
Kamala is a great pick. She compliments Biden and is far more progressive than she gets credit for. I’m thrilled.
|by Anonymous||reply 341||Last Tuesday at 4:36 PM|
hey, FCI, I think I know the answer to this, but does anyone you talk to give a shit about Kanye and his nonsense, or is that just a nonfactor as far as most are concerned.
|by Anonymous||reply 342||Last Tuesday at 4:40 PM|
|by Anonymous||reply 343||Last Tuesday at 4:53 PM|
R342 No, they think it’s hysterical. The desperation is real on the other side. They dreaded her pick, according to friends who talk to republican staffers.
|by Anonymous||reply 344||Last Tuesday at 5:30 PM|
I believe Kamala a good choice for Biden. Due to the pandemic, a predominate virtual approach will be necessary. It's new territory for national campaigning. She may prove to be very good at it.
|by Anonymous||reply 345||Last Tuesday at 5:39 PM|
I think she'll be good too, r345. There are people I'd rather be president, but first they have to get there, they have to have some campaign skills. I think she does.
|by Anonymous||reply 346||Last Tuesday at 5:41 PM|
I gotta say, after all the worry and this one or that one, there seems a general relief about Kamala today. The choice is made, and we can all get on with the business of electing the Biden/Harris ticket.
|by Anonymous||reply 347||Last Tuesday at 5:53 PM|
[quote] videos of Marjorie Taylor Greene, a leading GOP congressional candidate in Georgia, expressing racist, Islamophobic and anti-Semitic views.
The district is in DEEP Red NW Georgia. This is what the man who lost the primary to her has said:
[quote] “I want to win this race,” he said. “But more than that, I want to protect the Republican Party. She is the antithesis of the Republican Party. And she is not conservative — she’s crazy.” “She deserves a YouTube channel, not a seat in Congress. She’s a circus act,” Cowan said.
She's also a devout QAnon follower.
|by Anonymous||reply 348||Last Tuesday at 5:56 PM|
Dingbats and lunatics, the future of the Republican Party. Just disband already. You are well past your sell-by date.
|by Anonymous||reply 349||Last Tuesday at 5:58 PM|
The GOP was all about the crazy until it started bleeding into actual asses in seats.
Now they try to deny it as the monster they created destroys them.
Fuck those snowflakes.
|by Anonymous||reply 350||Last Tuesday at 6:01 PM|
true, they invented these lunatics. Now deal with it, Dr. Frankenstein.
|by Anonymous||reply 351||Last Tuesday at 6:02 PM|
R348 - Lol... Let these repug-loons kill themselves for their backwards piece of shit territory.
|by Anonymous||reply 352||Last Tuesday at 7:16 PM|
|by Anonymous||reply 353||Last Wednesday at 2:57 AM|
The "concerned" incumbent is in trouble in Maine.
|by Anonymous||reply 354||Last Wednesday at 8:09 AM|
Shouldnt Lindsey stop golfing with Trump on weekends and stay off Hannity each weeknight, and actually try to campaign in South Carolina if she wants re-elected?
[quote]At 51, the software consultant is planning to vote Democrat for the first time. “I think Lindsey Graham, to a large degree, has been a talking head for Trump,” Quattlebaum told me recently. “I know in his heart he doesn’t support everything that Trump represents, yet he does it anyway. And I have a problem with that.” Quattlebaum is part of a sudden and unexpected shift among Republicans in a state so conservative it has not elected a Democrat to the Senate since 1998. College-educated moderates and self-described independents have turned on Trump and their anger is threatening the reelection prospects of one of the president’s most prominent surrogates. “I’m not gonna vote for any Republican who doesn’t disassociate himself or herself from the Trump political school,” said Andy Savage, a prominent Charleston attorney and moderate who has donated to Graham’s campaigns since at least 2004. Normally, this anger might not be particularly worrisome for Graham. He won reelection in 2014 by a margin of more than 15 percentage points, and he hasn’t had a credible Democratic challenger since he was first elected 18 years ago. But that is not the case this year. The anger at Trump comes at a moment when Graham is facing his most serious opponent yet: an exceptionally well-funded, politically connected, centrist Democrat who is forcing election observers to wonder if South Carolina might, improbably, be in play. Jaime Harrison, the first African American chair of the South Carolina Democratic Party and now associate chair of the Democratic National Committee, has shattered fundraising records and forced Graham to play defense, running attack ads that cast Harrison as too liberal for his state. Harrison’s campaign raised nearly $29 million by the end of June, compared with Graham’s $30.9 million. Two recent polls, by Morning Consult and Quinnipiac University, showed the two men were virtually tied. Several political forecasters, including the Cook Political Report, Sabato’s Crystal Ball and POLITICO’s Steve Shepard, rate the contest as “likely” Republican, but RealClearPolitics now calls it a toss-up. “This race will be more competitive than I think Graham’s previous races have been,” said Danielle Vinson, professor of politics and international affairs at Furman University in Greenville. “But it’s still South Carolina, it’s still very much a Republican state, and so it’s an uphill battle.”
|by Anonymous||reply 355||Last Wednesday at 8:30 AM|
[quote]Arizona Sen. Martha McSally (R) said Tuesday that if Democrats managed to gain control of the White House, the Senate and the House in November, the party would legislate statehood to both Puerto Rico and D.C. -- a move that she said would be disastrous for Republicans. "They're going to make D.C. and Puerto Rico a state and get four new Democrat [sic] Senators," McSally told NBC News in an interview Tuesday. "We'd never get the Senate back again."
|by Anonymous||reply 356||Last Wednesday at 8:37 AM|
[quote]We'd never get the Senate back again.
Thanks for the good news McSally!
|by Anonymous||reply 357||Last Wednesday at 8:43 AM|
There's a lot of corn-fed farm boys in Iowa.
|by Anonymous||reply 358||Last Wednesday at 8:45 AM|
Step aside Caitlyn, "Mother" is the new fashion queen:
[quote]At a roundtable on veteran’s mental health, the second lady went for a more formal business-inspired ensemble that layered a gray checkered suit over a white sleeveless blouse. Pence then finished off the outfit with a pair of classic nude pumps, featuring a pointed-toe silhouette, a rounded vamp and a tall stiletto heel.
|by Anonymous||reply 359||Last Wednesday at 9:54 AM|
[quote]Sen. Marsha Blackburn tweets Kamala Harris ‘will be the most liberal left wing’ VP nominee US has ever seen. News Channel 11 Staff
[[quote]In Tennessee, U.S. Senator Marsha Blackburn (R-TN) tweeted her disapproval of Harris as a candidate by claiming that she would be “the most liberal left wing nominee for Vice President” the U.S. had ever seen.
WJHL - Tri-Cities News & Weather, why would Biden, Harris, and other Democrats would seek or care about ultra-Trumper Marsha Blackburn's approval?
|by Anonymous||reply 360||Last Wednesday at 11:17 AM|
Well, she won't be another whore for the rich with neo-nazi tendencies and a taste for religious fanaticism, so yeah, crazy left by modern Republican standards.
|by Anonymous||reply 361||Last Wednesday at 11:25 AM|
In DJT’s words, Marsha Blackburn is Nasty
|by Anonymous||reply 362||Last Wednesday at 12:07 PM|
Sounds good, sallyMc.
|by Anonymous||reply 363||Last Wednesday at 1:07 PM|
[quote]Joni has kicked the Chinese Communist Party’s ass at every turn.
Miss Lindzey uses potty-mouth again in making a false statement.
|by Anonymous||reply 364||Last Wednesday at 1:46 PM|
MSNBC cuts-off news conferences of Trump when he starts campaign rhetoric. Even Brett Baer cut from it at Fox. Yet, CNN continues to air every bit of it.
|by Anonymous||reply 365||Last Wednesday at 3:03 PM|
Portland Protesters are being charged with Federal crimes regardless of location--superseding traditional protocol
[quote] "The second argument the feds make for jurisdiction is that Portland and Multnomah County are recipients of federal funding, namely from the Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security, or CARES, Act"
[quote] "Based on that rationale, federal authority would exist anywhere in Portland," says Jason Kafoury, a Portland civil rights lawyer. "It's also a scary precedent, because it's opening the door for federal authorities to arrest Portlanders anywhere, anytime."
|by Anonymous||reply 366||Last Wednesday at 3:30 PM|
|by Anonymous||reply 367||Last Wednesday at 5:08 PM|
Are those crimes going to be considered felonies in the hopes that itll prevent them from voting?
|by Anonymous||reply 368||Last Wednesday at 6:23 PM|
No, R368. Although that helps.
My fear is that they are thinking of establishing a judicial precedent so that when they move to Chicago or NY or SF they can do wtf they want, declare it "antifa" and lock people away (possibly death penalty) as a deterrent. Cruelty is the point.
People are considerably less likely to protest once word gets out that DHS can snatch anyone at any time and file a federal terrorism charge.
|by Anonymous||reply 369||Last Wednesday at 6:29 PM|
Your point is all too real R369 - very sobering and very horrifying. This is EXACTLY where this country is headed - 4 more years of Dump will result in our government becoming a full-on dictatorship. It's ultimately that or civil war if we continue on the current disgusting trajectory of Trump, Barr, Moscow Mitch and company.
|by Anonymous||reply 370||Last Wednesday at 6:35 PM|
Marsha Blackburn is a cunt.
|by Anonymous||reply 371||Last Wednesday at 6:35 PM|
Thank You R336 for keeping us informed of the horshittery spewed at the circuit court en banc hearing for Mike (Don't Lock ME Up!) Flynn case. Kinda love that Merrick Garland is one of the judges....
|by Anonymous||reply 372||Last Wednesday at 8:00 PM|
R371 not fair to cunts
|by Anonymous||reply 373||Last Wednesday at 8:06 PM|
Rudy Giuliani, who very publicly urged the Trump administration’s Justice Department to probe corruption claims against Joe Biden, went on Fox News Wednesday night to ominously warn that if a Biden–Harris administration pursued a criminal prosecution of Donald Trump if he lost in November, the United States would have sunk to the level of a “banana republic.”
|by Anonymous||reply 374||Yesterday at 5:35 AM|
|by Anonymous||reply 375||Yesterday at 5:41 AM|
Ha! They know it’s coming and they’re scared
|by Anonymous||reply 376||Yesterday at 5:43 AM|
CNN: President Donald Trump on Thursday again attacked his own FBI director, whom he appointed, and pushed Attorney General William Barr to pressure the Justice Department's investigation of the Russia probe.
Trump railed against FBI Director Christopher Wray, who he said should provide more documents to John Durham, who was tapped by Barr to lead the review into the origins of the Russia investigation.
He continued, "Bill Barr has a chance to be the greatest of all time. But if he wants to be politically correct, he'll be just another guy."
|by Anonymous||reply 377||Yesterday at 8:16 AM|
Oh yeah. Bill Barr is sooooo politically correct. That’s clearly the problem.
|by Anonymous||reply 378||Yesterday at 8:23 AM|
Can't get more corrupt than DJT and Barr. Their greedy enablers and sycophants are disgusting as well.
|by Anonymous||reply 379||Yesterday at 10:43 AM|
The investigations of the investigators must not be going to well
|by Anonymous||reply 380||Yesterday at 12:50 PM|
Kamala Harris v Kimberly Guilfoyle
[quote]When Harris was announced as Joe Biden’s pick for Vice President, Guilfoyle retweeted a post from Donald Trump Jr. calling Harris “phony.” She also retweeted a couple of articles since condemning Harris as an “extreme San Francisco liberal.” Harris has yet to respond or acknowledge her resurfaced contentious history with Guilfoyle. Further complicating the issue is Harris’ own campaign history, which received donations from Trump twice, in 2011 and 2013. Though Harris’s and Guilfoyle’s timelines overlapped in San Francisco and now in D.C., unlike Harris, Guilfoyle is desperate to shed her West Coast past.
Don Junior Mint and his 'Pooh Bear' Kimberly Guilfoyle calling anyone phony is projection and hypocrisy.
|by Anonymous||reply 381||Yesterday at 1:11 PM|
Michael Cohen forward.....yikes!
|by Anonymous||reply 382||Yesterday at 1:11 PM|
^That's a long forward, yet intense and piercing throughout.
|by Anonymous||reply 383||Yesterday at 1:25 PM|
[quote] Michael Cohen forward.....yikes!
The word is foreword. And if this passage is any indication, this book could be good!
[quote] DISLOYAL, THE FOREWORD: THE REAL REAL DONALD TRUMP
[quote] Sitting in the green room on the morning of my testimony before the House Oversight Committee, I began to feel the enormous weight of what was about to happen. For some reason, after all that I’d been through, and all I’d put my family and the country through, waiting in that room was the moment when the gravity of what was about to happen truly hit home. The United States was being torn apart, its political and cultural and mental well-being threatened by a clear and present danger named Donald Trump, and I had played a central role in creating this new reality. To half of Americans, it seemed like Trump was effectively a Russian-controlled fraud who had lied and cheated his way to the White House; to the other half of Americans, to Trump’s supporters, the entire Russian scandal was a witch hunt invented by Democrats still unable to accept the fact that Hillary Clinton had lost fair and square in the most surprising upset in the history of American presidential elections.
[quote] Both sides were wrong. I knew that the reality was much more complicated and dangerous. Trump had colluded with the Russians, but not in the sophisticated ways imagined by his detractors. I also knew that the Mueller investigation was not a witch-hunt. Trump had cheated in the election, with Russian connivance, as you will discover in these pages, because doing anything—and I mean anything—to “win” has always been his business model and way of life. Trump had also continued to pursue a major real estate deal in Moscow during the campaign. He attempted to insinuate himself into the world of President Vladimir Putin and his coterie of corrupt billionaire oligarchs. I know because I personally ran that deal and kept Trump and his children closely informed of all updates, even as the candidate blatantly lied to the American people saying, “there’s no Russian collusion, I have no dealings with Russia…there’s no Russia.”
|by Anonymous||reply 384||Yesterday at 2:36 PM|
Yeah. Not gonna put one penny in Michael Cohen's pocket.
|by Anonymous||reply 385||Yesterday at 2:38 PM|
[quote] Apart from his wife and children, I knew Trump better than anyone else did. In some ways, I knew him better than even his family did because I bore witness to the real man, in strip clubs, shady business meetings, and in the unguarded moments when he revealed who he really was: a cheat, a liar, a fraud, a bully, a racist, a predator, a con man.
[quote] There are reasons why there has never been an intimate portrait of Donald Trump, the man. In part, it’s because he has a million acquaintances, pals and hangers on, but no real friends. He has no one he trusts to keep his secrets. For ten years, he certainly had me, and I was always there for him, and look what happened to me. I urge you to really consider that fact: Trump has no true friends. He has lived his entire life avoiding and evading taking responsibility for his actions. He crushed or cheated all who stood in his way, but I know where the skeletons are buried because I was the one who buried them. I was the one who most encouraged him to run for president in 2011, and then again in 2015, carefully orchestrating the famous trip down the escalator in Trump Tower for him to announce his candidacy. When Trump wanted to reach Russian President Vladimir Putin, via a secret back channel, I was tasked with making the connection in my Keystone Kop fashion. I stiffed contractors on his behalf, ripped off his business partners, lied to his wife Melania to hide his sexual infidelities, and bullied and screamed at anyone who threatened Trump’s path to power. From golden showers in a sex club in Vegas, to tax fraud, to deals with corrupt officials from the former Soviet Union, to catch and kill conspiracies to silence Trump’s clandestine lovers, I wasn’t just a witness to the president’s rise—I was an active and eager participant.
|by Anonymous||reply 386||Yesterday at 2:41 PM|
Golden showers in a sex club in Vegas? Not uninteresting.
|by Anonymous||reply 387||Yesterday at 2:51 PM|
[quote]he has a million acquaintances, pals and hangers on, but no real friends.
I remember reading during the 2016 nightmare (not to be confused with our very own 2020 nightmare) an article that described him as "profoundly friendless".
|by Anonymous||reply 388||Yesterday at 2:56 PM|
I think I need to hibernate until the election. My stomach can’t take the stress. I’m not a concern troll by any means, but I find myself obsessed with forums and news on the election. It’s taking up way too much of my time and has turned me into a giant ball of stress and anger, every time I read this stuff about Dump and how vile he truly is. I need Valium... for the next three months.
|by Anonymous||reply 389||Yesterday at 3:02 PM|
He says this about Elijah Cummings :
[quote] Representative Elijah Cummings had the final word, as chair of the Oversight Committee. I sat in silence, listening to this now deceased man with decades of experience in the civil rights movement and other forms of public service, who as a lawyer had represented disgraced lawyers like me. He understood that even the least of us deserve the opportunity to seek penance, redemption and a second chance in life. Cummings was the lone politician I encountered in all my travails who took an interest in me as a human being. When I reported to serve my sentence, he even took steps to ensure my security in prison. It was a selfless act of kindness for which I will always be grateful.
[quote] “I know this has been hard,” Cummings said to me and the nation, his words hitting me like a kick in the gut. “I know you’ve faced a lot. I know that you are worried about your family. But this is a part of your destiny. And hopefully this portion of your destiny will lead to a better Michael Cohen, a better Donald Trump, a better United States of America, and a better world. And I mean that from the depths of my heart.”
[quote] Representative Cummings concluded by saying, “We are better than this.”
|by Anonymous||reply 390||Yesterday at 3:02 PM|
Fat people sure do sweat a lot.
|by Anonymous||reply 391||Yesterday at 3:37 PM|
[quote]Yeah. Not gonna put one penny in Michael Cohen's pocket.
You won’t have to, the juiciest parts will be all over the media.
|by Anonymous||reply 392||Yesterday at 3:49 PM|
New York Daily News: Mean Old Man.
[quote]America’s president is an adolescent-brained, overcompensating schoolyard bully with a mutant victim complex, a chauvinist oaf who thinks his fame and alleged wealth give him the right to grab women by the crotch.
Vote him out.
|by Anonymous||reply 393||Yesterday at 3:57 PM|
Jared Kushner & Ivanka have been meeting secretly with Kanye West.
Maybe Trump will dump Pence and add Kanye to his ticket.
[quote]Kanye West didn’t sound happy that the New York Times contacted him about a private meeting he had this weekend with Jared Kushner, senior advisor to President Donald Trump.
|by Anonymous||reply 394||Yesterday at 4:07 PM|
[quote]Jared Kushner & Ivanka have been meeting secretly with Kanye West.
|by Anonymous||reply 395||Yesterday at 4:13 PM|
Kompromat working daily:
|by Anonymous||reply 396||Yesterday at 4:16 PM|
Actually, I think I could buy him making Kanye his VP before Haley. Trump/Kanye 2020 is precisely the kind of asinine, bullshit showbiz maneuver he loves.
|by Anonymous||reply 397||Yesterday at 4:17 PM|
|by Anonymous||reply 398||Yesterday at 4:17 PM|
Liz Warren going after DeJoy. Didn't take long for DeJoy to show his corruption.
Can't the rest of the Congressional Democrats speak-up and help take action NOW on this?
|by Anonymous||reply 399||Yesterday at 4:27 PM|
This guy was great today. Asked Trump about all his lies. What a shame that the reporter called on next didn't back the guy up. But - he's got 70,000 followers in 3 hours. Hopefully, the media is starting to actually call Trump out.
|by Anonymous||reply 400||Yesterday at 4:27 PM|
Excellent point r398
|by Anonymous||reply 401||Yesterday at 4:29 PM|
Where's the dang media on the USPS and the scandalous actions of DeJoy? Don't be just mentioning it, there's much investigative reporting that could be delivered on this.
|by Anonymous||reply 402||Yesterday at 4:34 PM|
|by Anonymous||reply 403||Yesterday at 4:44 PM|
[quote]Watching Trump on the evening news in the prison rec room, I almost feel sorry for him. I know him so well and I know his facial tics and tells; I see the cornered look in his eyes as he flails and rants and raves, searching for a protector and advocate, someone willing to fight dirty and destroy his enemies. I see the men who have replaced me and continue to forfeit their reputations by doing the President’s bidding, no matter how dishonest or sleazy or unlawful. Rudy Guiliani, William Barr, Jared Kushner and Mike Pompeo are Trump’s new wannabe fixers, sycophants willing to distort the truth and break the law in the service of the Boss. All this will be to no avail. Trump doesn’t want to hear this, and he will certainly deny it, but he’s lost without his original bulldog lawyer Roy Cohn, or his other former pitbull and personal attorney, Michael Cohen.
|by Anonymous||reply 404||Yesterday at 5:10 PM|
R404, I somewhat believe this. We know Barr, Ghouliani, and company are crooked for Dump. But they do it in their own interest, not his. I always got the impression that Cohen would do anything for Dump because Dump was a father figure (ew) to him.
|by Anonymous||reply 405||Yesterday at 5:31 PM|
Wow, totally agree r405. The difference between somebody who actually liked and respected Trump (which, jesus fuck, but I guess it's possible if you come from a really shitty background) and people who have their own shit going on and have found something useful in Trump.
|by Anonymous||reply 406||Yesterday at 5:35 PM|
I still don’t trust Cohen. I believe in redemption but I need more time.
|by Anonymous||reply 407||Yesterday at 6:01 PM|
well trust is a funny word. I trust his hatred at this point. I don't think he's playing at the hatred. i think the loyalty and (god help us) love was real at one point, now it's hate. And I actually do trust that in him. He wants to tell what he knows about the asshole he used to like and respect.
|by Anonymous||reply 408||Yesterday at 6:04 PM|
I trust he’ll tell the truth but I don’t know. His life to this point makes me feel sick.
|by Anonymous||reply 409||Yesterday at 6:12 PM|
The 1993 agreement Trump signed with Palm Beach, which allowed him to turn Mar-a-Lago into a club, stipulates that Trump can't use Mar-A-Largo as his residence.
So if he's listing Mar-a-Lago as his residence on his mail-in ballot, he is committing voter fraud. Again.
|by Anonymous||reply 410||Yesterday at 6:13 PM|
R407, who would be paying him to lie now? It can't be before the book advance, that's not nearly enough money for someone like him.
|by Anonymous||reply 411||Yesterday at 6:13 PM|
R411 I’m not saying he’s lying. His life was so fucked up for so long he is unsettling to me. He’s spilling it all it seems. Good start.
|by Anonymous||reply 412||Yesterday at 6:55 PM|
|by Anonymous||reply 413||a day ago|
This whole USPS thing is driving me insane. He's openly admitting what he's doing... and it just seems like nobody is going to do a damn thing about it.
|by Anonymous||reply 414||a day ago|
Remember, R414, this story just went thermonuclear today. We don’t know what’s going to happen next.
|by Anonymous||reply 415||a day ago|
R410 interesting! Theoretically he’s also committing state and city tax fraud against New York, right? He’s
|by Anonymous||reply 416||18 hours ago|
We're going to be seeing commercials of sad senior citizens talking about how they can't get their meds on time because of the Post Office slow down. Trump's going to bleed more senior citizens, his polls will drop, and abruptly there will be a resignation of his appointee.
|by Anonymous||reply 417||18 hours ago|
R417 - God, I hope so. Sometimes it feels like this fucker gets away with every little nasty trick that he and his cronies dream up.
|by Anonymous||reply 418||18 hours ago|
FCI @ R407. There's much emotion, including anger and feeling betrayed, regarding Michael Cohen's perspective on Donald Trump now. It is not necessarily about Michael, who did multiple bad acts in his prior loyalty and service to Trump; then Michael suddenly turns good and righteous. Thus, Michael's capacity to be self-serving in deceptive ways is not shown off a clean slate. Anyone, and I emphasize anyone, who has worked closely for, and deeply with, Trump for a long period of time, are tainted, most by choice. While Michael's motivation may have some of the revenge factor in play, he looks quite sincere at this point. He's speaking the truth about Trump. He's not denying his own misdeeds as part of Trump World. I give Cohen earned credit.
|by Anonymous||reply 419||18 hours ago|
The book is due out on Sept. 8. The Advance copies may already be circulating, which means more stories will be leaking out. Trump is going to go even nuttier.
|by Anonymous||reply 420||17 hours ago|
I'm curious to read Cohen's comments about Bridgegate. Without Bridgegate, Trump wouldn't be President. The architect of Bridgegate, David Wildstein, attended JaVanka's wedding, and there was a news articles ages ago that suggested Wildstein hoped to be part of a Trump administration.
I'm also curious to see what Cohen says about Guiliani and his cohorts. We've seen the photos of Lev Parnas at Trump functions... what's the backstory?
|by Anonymous||reply 421||17 hours ago|
[quote]We're going to be seeing commercials of sad senior citizens talking about how they can't get their meds on time because of the Post Office slow down.
The vets are on it:
|by Anonymous||reply 422||17 hours ago|
The USPS treachery is out of this world bad. I’m told without specifics there isn’t any way to fix this at this point so alternate plans are being developed. Plans B,C,D, E to Z. They will not succeed that much I was told. Powerful people, once on the sidelines, are getting involved.
Hang in there.
|by Anonymous||reply 423||16 hours ago|
Can't the new Postmaster General be charged with several million counts of this?
|by Anonymous||reply 424||16 hours ago|
Remember when Democratic politicians and pundits assured us that American institutions were strong and more than able to withstand a corrupt and venal President?
Yeah, not so much.
|by Anonymous||reply 425||16 hours ago|
r423....WRONG...Congress can seek injunctive relief from Federal Court preventing any efforts and changes to USPS until after the 1st of the year. Democrats are too passive and do not want any confrontations. They really need to get their shit together before ITS TOO LATE
|by Anonymous||reply 426||15 hours ago|
The RNC and conservative groups are pursuing an unprecedented effort to limit expansion of mail balloting before the November election, spending tens of millions of dollars on lawsuits and advertising aimed at restricting who receives ballots and who remains on the voter rolls.
They're also mapping out their post-election strategy, including how to challenge mail ballots without postmarks, as they anticipate weeks-long legal fights in an array of states.
The campaign plans to have lawyers ready to mobilize in every state and expects legal battles could play out after Election Day in such states as Pennsylvania, North Carolina, Michigan and Nevada.
|by Anonymous||reply 427||14 hours ago|
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|by Anonymous||reply 428||14 hours ago|
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2020 is our LAST CHANCE to keep Republicans from the horrible gerrymandering and voter suppression that has helped them unfairly stay in power.
|by Anonymous||reply 429||14 hours ago|
Because she was so CONCERNED about mail getting delayed, Susan Collins MAILED A LETTER to Dejoy.
|by Anonymous||reply 430||14 hours ago|
Hasn't Senator Collins ever heard of a thesaurus?
Her vocabulary has grown old and tired.
|by Anonymous||reply 431||14 hours ago|
Rupert & Lachan's Fox News/NewsCorp are continuing to be quite the propagandists and now spreading grave predictions about Biden. Jeanine Pirro is at it again. Rather than denouncing Pirro's remarks, her Fox on-air colleagues attempt to 'qualify' such. Pirro's remarks could be interpreted as sounding threatening or anticipating Biden's demise in quick order. This is very disgusting, baseless messaging from Fox, and the Murdochs need to be held accountable.
|by Anonymous||reply 432||13 hours ago|
|by Anonymous||reply 433||13 hours ago|
Trump's brother very ill and hospitalized
|by Anonymous||reply 434||13 hours ago|
After the impeachment trial, and Susan Collins voted acquittal, she declared she believes Trump has learned his lesson. DeJoy will write her back thanking her for sharing her thoughts, then ignoring any recommendations she has offered. The letter is a gimmick aimed at Maine voters, implying she's doing something about the gutting of U.S. postal services.
|by Anonymous||reply 435||13 hours ago|
I hope it gets reported in the local news that Collins actually said she’s "concerned" about the USPS. Mainers will laugh their asses off.
|by Anonymous||reply 436||13 hours ago|
Wonder what he has, r434. How ironic if it were Corona.
|by Anonymous||reply 437||13 hours ago|
If Congress isn't, at the very least, willing to formally reprimand or to vote "no confidence" per characters that are wrecking the country, such as Barr and DeJoy, then they are falling way short in doing their jobs.
|by Anonymous||reply 438||13 hours ago|
No, r425, I don't remember those Democratic politicians and pundits . Who exactly are you referring to?
|by Anonymous||reply 439||13 hours ago|
r426 - "Democrats are too passive and do not want any confrontations."
|by Anonymous||reply 440||13 hours ago|
Acting Homeland Security Secretary Chad Wolf and Acting Deputy Secretary Ken Cuccinelli were invalidly appointed to their positions and are ineligible to serve, a congressional watchdog determined Friday.
The Government Accountability Office has referred the matter to the inspector general of the Department of Homeland Security for further review and potential action.
|by Anonymous||reply 441||11 hours ago|
Barr's outfit is prosecuting former FBI lawyer for altering an Email in relation to filing a FISA warrant regarding the activities of Carter Page. Clinesmith has pleaded guilty.
That's just the start of Barr's political prosecutions of FBI agents who investigated Russian inteference in the 2016 election.
|by Anonymous||reply 442||11 hours ago|
[quote]One Tough Question For DOJ If Biden Is Elected: Whether To Prosecute Trump
Spoiler Alert: He won't.
[quote]But he hastened to add that an administration pursuing criminal charges against its predecessor would be "a very, very unusual thing and probably not very, how can I say it? good for democracy — to be talking about prosecuting former presidents."
[quote]Based on those remarks, Biden seems to be on the way to adopting the position of former President Barack Obama. Back in 2009, the newly elected Obama said he didn't want to get hung up on prosecuting wrongdoers. He was referring to people who had engaged in torture and warrantless wiretapping during the previous administration.
"We must look forward and not back," is 2020's, "When they go low we go higher."
|by Anonymous||reply 443||11 hours ago|
Big Dick Face on Mr. Chad.
|by Anonymous||reply 444||10 hours ago|
Obama's refusal to prosecute those war criminals led to this.
Those thugs think they can get away with everything because they HAVE gotten away with everything.
Prosecute the fuck out of them. Lock everyone of them up as a flight risk. That orange traitor wants to fight in court for years? Fine. He can set in prison the entire time he drags this out.
|by Anonymous||reply 445||10 hours ago|
|by Anonymous||reply 446||10 hours ago|
Miss Marsha needs some blow-back.
|by Anonymous||reply 447||10 hours ago|
Kellyanne, listen to your hubby and daughter. Your credibility is not so bright.
|by Anonymous||reply 448||10 hours ago|
*HRC on effort to dismantle USPS
|by Anonymous||reply 449||10 hours ago|
|by Anonymous||reply 450||9 hours ago|
Does one have this right? Former playmate and married Trump's once girlfriend, has found Je'sus and is still voting for Trump.
|by Anonymous||reply 451||9 hours ago|
|by Anonymous||reply 452||9 hours ago|
R443. Perhaps this is wishful thinking, but I think they will go after the Trump Administration legally once in office. Biden might be soft, but Kamala Harris sure ain't! I think this might be one of the reasons she was his choice. I also think he is deliberately evading the question to keep a low profile on it. He stands to lose more votes than gain by promoting it. All those who want indictments and prosecutions will be voting for him anyway. It's the once Trump-supporters sitting on the fence he still has to win over.
But this will be a long 3 months, and even longer 3 months starting the day after the election. Anything can happen-On Steroids!
|by Anonymous||reply 453||9 hours ago|
Don't see it happening, R453. It's one of the things that always pisses me off about our party. We let things go and turn the other cheek constantly which only lets Rethugs know they can get away with anything. It's why they never cease pulling more and more heinous shit.
|by Anonymous||reply 454||9 hours ago|
r440....fuck off....other than sternly worded letters they have done nothing (i'm not talking impeachment-which they dropped the ball on also by not charging the myriad of crimes Trumps committed)
|by Anonymous||reply 455||9 hours ago|
Oh of course you're right, r455. Of course the Senate would *never* have acquitted him on the other crimes. Never!
|by Anonymous||reply 456||8 hours ago|
Im not talking about the Senate ...Im talking about the House where we have control. There are numerous things they could do, but they allow Republicans and Trump to walk all over them. If you believe otherwise, then you are part of the problem. Dont fall for the "our hands are tied" bs. THERE ARE ALWAYS OPTIONS.
|by Anonymous||reply 457||8 hours ago|
cbiden did say that about charging Trump but at the very end he added, but I won't stand in the way..............Kamala is going to take them all down................
|by Anonymous||reply 458||8 hours ago|
I am pissed that that stupid lawyer altered Page's emails. Obviously that's wrong and the asshole right wingers are going to use it as an excuse to preach the whole investigation was a witch hunt which of course is wrong given the number of indictments and that the IG said it was properly predicated
this complicates things though. I'm hoping the public at large won't care
|by Anonymous||reply 459||8 hours ago|
Give me Blossom, Bubbles, and Buttercup, as being way more credible any day over Trump sposkeswomen Kellyanne, Kayleigh, and Stephanie.
|by Anonymous||reply 460||8 hours ago|
r457 - "THERE ARE ALWAYS OPTIONS."
And those would be...?
|by Anonymous||reply 461||8 hours ago|
Kamala isn't going to do anything of the sort.
Sorry, I wish otherwise, but the Democrats unite only on one thing... never holding Rethugs accountable for, "Unity," and, "the best interest of the Nation."
|by Anonymous||reply 462||8 hours ago|
R459 Rethugs only don't care when it's them who are doing it.
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