Everyday Treasoning: Super Freak (The Treason Thread, Part 40)
|by Anonymous||reply 176||14 hours ago|
Link to previous thread for reference.
|by Anonymous||reply 1||10/14/2020|
Glad they put up a sign for the Iowa governor. She’s so stupid she doesn’t even know where the airport is and she’s barely ever left Iowa! 🤡
|by Anonymous||reply 2||10/14/2020|
[quote]She’s so stupid she doesn’t even know where the airport is . . .
When your head is as far up an ass as her's is in Trump's, that's hardly surprising. That she doesn't know shit from Shinola is less surprising, considering how far her head . . . etc.
|by Anonymous||reply 3||10/14/2020|
[quote] . . . she doesn't know shit from Shinola is less surprising . . .
[quote] . . . she doesn't know shit from Shinola is [bold]more[/bold ] surprising . . .
|by Anonymous||reply 4||10/14/2020|
|by Anonymous||reply 5||10/14/2020|
To whom does trump owe $300 million?
|by Anonymous||reply 6||10/15/2020|
An excellent Town Hall question r6.
How much do you wanna bet it will NOT be asked?
|by Anonymous||reply 7||10/15/2020|
r7, I'd be so thrilled if someone asked that?
|by Anonymous||reply 8||10/15/2020|
Trump says bad, bad Barr.
But Barr will still do dirty work for Trump.
|by Anonymous||reply 9||10/15/2020|
Republican Sen. Ben Sasse, in a private call with constituents, excoriated President Trump, saying he had mishandled the coronavirus response, "kisses dictators' butts," "sells out our allies," spends "like a drunken sailor," mistreats women, and trash-talks evangelicals behind their backs. Trump has "flirted with white supremacists," according to Sasse, and his family "treated the presidency like a business opportunity."
Sasse said all this and more in a conference call with his Nebraska constituents, a recording of which was obtained by, of all places, the right-wing Washington Examiner.
|by Anonymous||reply 10||10/15/2020|
I think this is called "heading to the lifeboats" in some quarters, r10. Wonder who actually "leaked" that. Wonder if this is part of those internal polls FCI is always talking about.
|by Anonymous||reply 11||10/15/2020|
The Washington Examiner posted that?
|by Anonymous||reply 12||10/15/2020|
Also Ben Sasse: "But I'm still voting for him!"
|by Anonymous||reply 13||10/15/2020|
And next year, we will get to hear all about the many, many, many reservations the honorable Mr. Sasse had in casting that vote, r13. Why look at this Washington Examiner article. I denounce the leak, but still ......
|by Anonymous||reply 14||10/15/2020|
Go Go Gohmert Watch Him Go Go Go!
To Enhanced Insanity
|by Anonymous||reply 15||10/15/2020|
[quote]Reps. Matt Gaetz, of Florida, Clay Higgins, of Louisiana, Steve King, of Iowa, and Thomas Massie, of Kentucky, joined the Tyler Republican in voting against the resolution. The measure was adopted in a bipartisan 397-5 vote.
Could have guessed those five without seeing the names.
|by Anonymous||reply 16||10/15/2020|
[quote]Also Ben Sasse: "But I'm still voting for him!"
"And I ❤️Amy Coney Barrett!"
|by Anonymous||reply 17||10/15/2020|
Caroline Rose Giuliani: Please vote for Biden-Harris
|by Anonymous||reply 18||10/15/2020|
COVID-19 will be the reason Trump loses. He would've won if it weren't for his horrible mishandling of it.
|by Anonymous||reply 19||10/15/2020|
Which is a very sad commentary in itself, and very worrisome commentary on democracy r19. The most buffoonish, incompetent, corrupt, idiotic president in U.S. history might have been re-elected if a pandemic hadn't come along to bitch slap him and the American electorate to the point where people actually had to notice.
It is really a depressing thought.
And I suppose he STILL could win.
|by Anonymous||reply 20||10/15/2020|
Dems tried and failed to hold up hearing on Barrett.
|by Anonymous||reply 21||10/15/2020|
Claudia has become more influential than Kellyanne in a different way.
|by Anonymous||reply 22||10/15/2020|
The economy was headed for a slump pre-COVID-19. Pres Bone Spurs is losing his shit. He’s going to attempt to burn it all down on his way out.
Btw- my uncle, by marriage, is about to die of COVID-19. Hard core Dem. Great intellect who had a wicked sense of humor. Fuck this administration. They’ve caused so much destruction. Vote!
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|by Anonymous||reply 24||10/15/2020|
So sorry about your uncle, FCI.
|by Anonymous||reply 25||10/15/2020|
FCI, sorry about your uncle. Hope he managed to vote as his final F-U to the forces of darkness.
|by Anonymous||reply 26||10/15/2020|
[bold]Here’s video of Trump bragging about US Marshals killing American citizen[/bold]
|by Anonymous||reply 27||10/15/2020|
The Lincoln Project presents our music video for "Commander in Chief" by Demi Lovato
|by Anonymous||reply 28||10/15/2020|
His response to a question about if he owed any debts to foreign entities:
Not that I'm aware of
|by Anonymous||reply 29||10/15/2020|
I guess Deutsche Bank isn't a foreign entity then. /s
|by Anonymous||reply 30||10/15/2020|
R29, he then backed down and admitted he "probably" owed money to a foreign bank or entity.
|by Anonymous||reply 31||10/15/2020|
"$400 million isn't a lot of money"
|by Anonymous||reply 32||10/15/2020|
Rep. Swalwell Accuses Lindsey Graham of Committing a Federal Felony at Barrett Confirmation Hearing
|by Anonymous||reply 33||10/15/2020|
R33, well, has someone reported this to the FBI or the capitol police or whomever the appropriate law enforcement body is?
|by Anonymous||reply 34||10/15/2020|
Rachel is so good tonight. Totally took down Giuliani, that desperate sociopath.
|by Anonymous||reply 35||10/15/2020|
Sorry about your uncle, FCI. Hang in there, it’s almost over.
|by Anonymous||reply 36||10/15/2020|
So sorry for you and your uncle, FCI.
Still, thanks to you both, America is going to get better.
|by Anonymous||reply 37||10/15/2020|
I’m not sure if he was able to vote. This happened suddenly. He went on a ventilator within a few days of symptoms.
This has been a huge bucket of cold water thrown on my brother who adored our uncle. He is finally understanding why the rest of us were so angry when he was acting careless and caught this thing. My brother knew I was getting some inside knowledge yet he still didn’t take it seriously.
I know a lot of you remember my warning in March to only listen to medical experts. I said it over and over. The severity of this was starting to trickle to Congress. They were getting mixed information from the administration. I was told to tell everybody I know to listen very carefully to how the experts were phrasing their information. I believe they said they expected a “significant disruption to social activity” and I knew I was warned with highly accurate information. This was very serious. We’ve all been affected by the botched response to the pandemic. This is the greatest crime we’ve experienced.
Thank you all for your kind thoughts. This has just motivated me more than I was which was as motivated as I’ve ever been.
|by Anonymous||reply 38||10/15/2020|
FCI, thinking of you and your uncle.
I voted today (Oregon). I mailed it from the post office, as I do not trust the drop box. It was so freaking cathartic.
|by Anonymous||reply 39||10/15/2020|
"We’ve all been affected by the botched response to the pandemic. "
Botched? or deliberate??
FCI sincerely sorry about your uncle, but I still think even the staunchest critics of Trump are still giving him the benefit of the doubt. If you consider the possibility that he's been working FOR Putin AGAINST this country's interests all along - then just about every policy decision this administration has made makes sense. Every. Single. One.
|by Anonymous||reply 40||Last Friday at 12:02 AM|
Hopefully we won't hear in a few.days that Dianne got the virus. This was a bad decision in multiple ways to hug that 'sister'.
|by Anonymous||reply 41||Last Friday at 2:32 AM|
For now irrevalent Kellyanne, Wolf didn't deliver to her wishes.
Kellyanne needs to find a rural utility pole and stand in front of it for hours and do her yapping.
|by Anonymous||reply 42||Last Friday at 2:46 AM|
Trump staffers scurrying to send out their résumés.
|by Anonymous||reply 43||Last Friday at 2:53 AM|
My condolences on the loss of your uncle FCI.
|by Anonymous||reply 44||Last Friday at 3:20 AM|
You all, or y’all as we say here in Texas, are so great.
R40 nothing would surprise me. Nothing.
Good news- voting in Texas is off the charts. Texas historically has very low turnout. This is far and away bigger than voting during Beto’s run. I’m feeling good about chances Texas turns blue. I don’t see having this turnout and not flip Texas. Republicans know it which is why they want to rush through Coney Island before the election. :)
|by Anonymous||reply 45||Last Friday at 3:34 AM|
Tim Alberta @TimAlberta
I’m not saying this is a strategic leak from Sasse’s camp... but if you think Trump is gonna get smoked & you want to rebuild the GOP on a foundation that disowns his presidency, now’s the time to get in on the ground floor. Quotes like these won’t get same notice post-November
|by Anonymous||reply 46||Last Friday at 6:18 AM|
Girl in the Mirror
|by Anonymous||reply 47||Last Friday at 6:52 AM|
|by Anonymous||reply 48||Last Friday at 8:18 AM|
The DeJoy scandal.
|by Anonymous||reply 49||Last Friday at 11:06 AM|
Forbes: Donald Trump Has At Least $1 Billion In Debt, More Than Twice The Amount He Suggested.
It is important to note, as Trump did Thursday night, that he also has significant assets. Forbes values them at $3.66 billion, enough to make his net worth an estimated $2.5 billion. He is not broke, despite what many critics claim.
Some people also like to suggest that Deutsche Bank is the only institution willing to lend to Trump. That’s not true. The president’s creditors include at least six other institutions, two of which began or reworked deals while the president was in office.
One reason for all the confusion: Trump’s loans are not fully transparent. It’s still unclear to whom he owes an estimated $162 million against his skyscraper in San Francisco, for example. The loan against 1290 Avenue of the Americas is also something of a mystery. And it’s difficult to pin down the amount the president owes on a loan tied to his Bedford, New York, mansion. When asked about all of this, the Trump Organization did not respond.
|by Anonymous||reply 50||Last Friday at 11:09 AM|
The Geek Monster in Chief makes like Miss Teen South Carolina while addressing olds in Florida
|by Anonymous||reply 51||Last Friday at 11:21 AM|
The GOP can't disown Trump's presidency, because it's the same thing as telling Trump voters to go fuck themselves. Just can't be done without shrinking the party down even further. What they can do and probably will do is kind of box Trump's presidency off, saying that Trump's presidency represented what people wanted at that time, yadda yadda, but he surrounded himself with bad advisors and he was his own worst enemy, yadda, yadda. So they acknowledge Trump made mistakes but without disavowing the underlying concerns of Trump voters. Then they need someone charismatic to move the party more to the center, disavowing the white nationalist violence, picking up some of the conservative voters who voted for Biden as the anti-Trump but not crazy about Biden himself. 2024 is going to be the election for the real soul of the party - moderate vs. bat-shit conservative.
|by Anonymous||reply 52||Last Friday at 11:29 AM|
THR: Biden's town hall beats Trump's in early numbers:
|by Anonymous||reply 53||Last Friday at 11:31 AM|
[quote]The Geek Monster in Chief makes like Miss Teen South Carolina while addressing olds in Florida
Um, the title of "Miss Teen South Carolina" is currently taken, thank you ever so much.
|by Anonymous||reply 54||Last Friday at 11:48 AM|
Wow, talk about low energy, r51... I’m surprised he didn’t put himself to sleep.
|by Anonymous||reply 55||Last Friday at 12:16 PM|
Miss Lindz & Gentleman Tillis
|by Anonymous||reply 56||Last Friday at 12:17 PM|
Rudy Giuliani: Russian stooge or operative?
|by Anonymous||reply 57||Last Friday at 12:25 PM|
Former WH chief of staff on Trump:
“The depths of his dishonesty is just astounding to me. The dishonesty, the transactional nature of every relationship, though it’s more pathetic than anything else. He is the most flawed person I have ever met in my life.”
This from a CNN special airing Sunday night called The Insiders: A Warning from Former Trump Officials.
(Now, a warning?)
|by Anonymous||reply 58||Last Friday at 12:31 PM|
Now they’re telling us??? Like we don’t know this already??
|by Anonymous||reply 59||Last Friday at 12:45 PM|
Ole Huck still spinning and spouting bullshit for the orange one.
|by Anonymous||reply 60||Last Friday at 12:47 PM|
Addendum to R57: FBI now investigating Giulianigate
WASHINGTON — Federal investigators are examining whether the emails allegedly describing activities by Joe Biden and his son Hunter and found on a laptop at a Delaware repair shop are linked to a foreign intelligence operation, two people familiar with the matter told NBC News.
How long will it take for Trump to dump Christopher Wray?
|by Anonymous||reply 61||Last Friday at 12:55 PM|
Right wing media is in an angry tizzy because mainstream media is ignoring nonsense stories about Hunter Biden. Most people are not interested in all that fake crap.
|by Anonymous||reply 62||Last Friday at 12:56 PM|
Nope, it's not the 'I Am Cait' trans bus.
It's Diamond & Silk riding on the 'Women for Tump' bus in NC. Sounds like there are five.
|by Anonymous||reply 63||Last Friday at 1:35 PM|
Hope the feds come after Giuliani
|by Anonymous||reply 64||Last Friday at 1:44 PM|
|by Anonymous||reply 65||Last Friday at 1:52 PM|
[quote]Michael Dreeben, formerly of the Mueller special counsel's office, has joined the legal team helping the Manhattan district attorney, Cy Vance, fight in the Supreme Court over subpoena for Trump's taxes and related financial records, new filing shows.
|by Anonymous||reply 66||Last Friday at 3:24 PM|
The Trump children (and affiliates) commit more acts of treason, or at least felonious acts, in a week than Biden's son, who doesn't even work for the government or his father. The Trump sons and Ivanka are jealous at how well hung Hunter is, and how independent he is from his dad.
Just an example that I enjoy posting whenever I can #neverforget
|by Anonymous||reply 67||Last Friday at 4:00 PM|
The indignity of being forced to campaign in GEORGIA eighteen days before the election combined with his empty campaign coffers has got him sweating and decompensating more than ever before
"It's time we send a message to these wealthy liberals hypocrites. I could have every one of them. By the way, I mean, just like I said before. I know these guys. I can call them all. 'Hey, do me a favor. Irving, send me five million.' 'Okay, I'll do it. I'll do it, Donald, if you want it.' Oh. Oh, man. I gotta do it. Do you mind if I take one week and just do it? I will set the all-time record on fundraising. Man, would I be good at that It's so easy! I wouldn't have to explain a thing."
|by Anonymous||reply 68||Last Friday at 4:06 PM|
Remember, calling your representatives is very important. They feel every phone call = 1,000 emails.
I’m seeing very good signs in Texas. I don’t want to believe. I hate disappointment. Yet, I’m seeing things I never thought I’d see here. There are quiet Biden voters who would never tell pollsters they’re voting for a Dem.
|by Anonymous||reply 69||Last Friday at 5:20 PM|
After denying California federal aid per the wildfires, the Trump administration reversed course shortly afterwards.
Doubt Kevin McCarthy favored the denial. Many of those fires were in Republican districts.
|by Anonymous||reply 70||Last Friday at 5:39 PM|
"It was just PLAYING"
|by Anonymous||reply 71||Last Friday at 5:57 PM|
Just saw Rachel cover this story R71. Love it.
|by Anonymous||reply 72||Last Friday at 5:58 PM|
OMG, R71. I'm in love with that Judge. (I hope he's handsome)
[quote]But at a hearing Friday, U.S. District Court Judge Reggie Walton said the secondhand word of an unnamed official in the White House counsel’s office wasn’t good enough to countermand what appeared to be a series of clear statements from Trump that he wanted all the information out.
[quote]“I think the American public has a right to rely upon what the president says about what his intent is,” said Walton, an appointee of President George W. Bush. “It seems to me that when a president makes an unambiguous statement of what his intent is, I can’t rely upon White House counsel saying, 'Well, that was not his intent.' Maybe White House counsel talked to the president. Maybe they didn’t, but I can’t tell.”
|by Anonymous||reply 73||Last Friday at 6:02 PM|
The devil went down to Georgia
|by Anonymous||reply 74||Last Friday at 6:23 PM|
Is that why they refuse to answer the phone, FCI?
Because I called that fuckwit Portman's office every Goddamned day for a MONTH and twice someone answered. Otherwise, straight to VM
Fucking turtle won't even let you leave a VM. Even if you live in Kentucky. Worthless sacks of shit, the lot of them.
|by Anonymous||reply 75||Last Friday at 6:29 PM|
More of his greatest hits
|by Anonymous||reply 76||Last Friday at 8:31 PM|
[quote]"He is the most flawed person I have ever met in my life.”
^I love this quote.
|by Anonymous||reply 77||Last Saturday at 1:16 AM|
I sincerely try to encourage and nurture my better angels, and even when Trump announced his Covid-positive status, I wrestled my attitude into wishing him well and healthy so we can beat him decisively at the ballot box and not have his followers claim he only lost because of his illness.
But I have had more difficulty not thinking about how if two or three senators become too sick to attend and vote on Barrett, we could dodge that bullet. I don't want anyone to die, but they have to be too sick to get out of bed, because otherwise they would just keep their diagnosis secret and attend anyway.
Also I wouldn't cry if either or both of my senators, Inhofe and Lankford, were among them. Particularly since Inhofe is on the ballot this year, and his excellent opponent, Abby Broyles, doesn't stand much of a chance.
|by Anonymous||reply 78||Last Saturday at 2:00 AM|
Oh Joni, you go to a debate in Iowa and didn't know the prices of soybeans and corn?
Her Democtatic opponent knew the prices.
|by Anonymous||reply 79||Last Saturday at 2:10 AM|
Nikki Haley is hauling her arse all over the U.S. (Arz., Montana, etc.) campaigning for desperate Republicans.
In her last election, she was reelected by under 3% and left South Carolina with a huge mess and a trail of corruption.
|by Anonymous||reply 80||Last Saturday at 2:25 AM|
A friend of a friend In OH tells me Portman’s office simply shut the phones off during the summer and redirected callers to Senator Brown’s office because they didn’t feel like dealing with constituents who were calling in droves.
|by Anonymous||reply 81||Last Saturday at 3:30 AM|
Portman’s a wuss
|by Anonymous||reply 82||Last Saturday at 4:06 AM|
Portman is precisely the kind of Republican we can’t let out of our sights. He’s banking on us having short memories. But in two years, we need to summon our anger again and throw his cowardly ass out of office.
|by Anonymous||reply 83||Last Saturday at 4:24 AM|
That Wisconsin Senator, Ron Johnson, has a sustained record of supporting Putin's interests. He is more disturbing than McConnell, Graham, and Blackburn. Something is very wrong with Johnson's activities and behavior.
|by Anonymous||reply 84||Last Saturday at 5:12 AM|
[quote]You'd have to be quite the moron to be named "The Dumbest Man in the Senate", but Sen. Ron Johnson of Wisconsin pulls it off.
|by Anonymous||reply 85||Last Saturday at 5:15 AM|
Today's the day!
JFK Jr. due to reveal himself at Trump rally in Dallas
|by Anonymous||reply 86||Last Saturday at 7:14 AM|
I’m bringing mimosas, r86!!
|by Anonymous||reply 87||Last Saturday at 8:49 AM|
And cut her access to a steady supply of political and corporate menz? Oh no!
|by Anonymous||reply 88||Last Saturday at 9:02 AM|
Well, Oracle Chairman Larry Ellison is a gentleman that called upon Graham with $250,000.
[quote]Oracle Corp. chairman and founder Larry Ellison donated $250,000 to a super PAC supporting Republican Senator Lindsey Graham of South Carolina on Sept.14, the same day his company announced it was chosen as TikTok’s U.S. “trusted technology provider,” a Federal Election Commission filing shows.
|by Anonymous||reply 89||Last Saturday at 9:09 AM|
Dianne Feinstein's grossly underlying hug of Lindsey has many Democrats still offended and remains a news story.
This is why Democrats need more assertive and clever leaders in the Senate.
|by Anonymous||reply 90||Last Saturday at 9:16 AM|
^undeserving, not underlying
|by Anonymous||reply 91||Last Saturday at 9:17 AM|
I'd love it more r77 if he'd just say out loud and proud. Enough with this "confiding in friends" horseshit. Say it, bitch, the time is now!
|by Anonymous||reply 92||Last Saturday at 9:45 AM|
agreed, r90, time for a younger, more aggressive generation to start taking over. I wouldn't mind seeing Schumer replaced by a tougher, younger person also. But I'll admit, it does take time and experience to actually understand all the intricacies of that particular job.
|by Anonymous||reply 93||Last Saturday at 9:47 AM|
WHET the 'Takin' It To The Streets' troll?
Did he ever put his money where his mouth is?
|by Anonymous||reply 94||Last Saturday at 9:51 AM|
Was that Dianne wishing him well, in whatever line of work he does next ?
|by Anonymous||reply 95||Last Saturday at 9:53 AM|
[quote]I'll admit, it does take time and experience to actually understand all the intricacies of that particular job.
Which is why both Pelosi and Schumer should be publicly training their own replacements. More than one in fact.
|by Anonymous||reply 96||Last Saturday at 10:17 AM|
that is a good point r96. I don't know who succeeds Nancy Pelosi. I still like her a lot, but as with RBG, the plan can't be "oh, she'll live forever and be there forever."
|by Anonymous||reply 97||Last Saturday at 10:19 AM|
Black women and highly educated white voters will predominantly vote against Graham. It's close. Graham's ads have gone nasty and very negative toward Jamie Harrison. The ads are barely disguised racism and full of misleading lies. Graham is targeting, in particular, the poorly educated white vote, the MAGAt types. There are big masses of them. Turnout matters. Younger blacks need to show at the polls in huge numbers.
|by Anonymous||reply 98||Last Saturday at 10:34 AM|
R86 I still cannot understand of all people why they would choose JFK, jr. I know it's pointless to try to understand their logic but that it literally makes no sense at all.
By the way anyone know what goal posts they've moved since nothing happened on October 10 like they all swore up and down it would?
|by Anonymous||reply 99||Last Saturday at 12:20 PM|
I was flipping through channels last night and caught Tucker Carlson saying some shit like, "If Biden is going to run for Presidency shouldn't he be made to tell the truth at least once?"
It's fucking bizarre how much they project and how they manage to create some sort of reality for themselves where Dotard tells the truth. And yes, I know Carlson doesn't believe his own shit but his moron followers obviously do.
|by Anonymous||reply 100||Last Saturday at 12:22 PM|
[quote] I still cannot understand of all people why they would choose JFK, jr.
It probably started out as a joke (like QAnon itself) but then the idiot believers latched onto it.
|by Anonymous||reply 101||Last Saturday at 12:55 PM|
This is how delusional the people who follow "QANON" are.
Someone I know constantly posts shit from "Q" and they recently posted this:
[quote]If it werent for Q, I wouldn't have the faith in Trump I have today. Once I began following , seeing the decodes for myself, The accuracy was unlike any other source I had ever seen . It got to the point where I just knew the info was legit. Regardless of what the media told me. Q proved itself, as the leftist establishment lost all credibility.
|by Anonymous||reply 102||Last Saturday at 1:20 PM|
Has anything Q said would happen ever actually happened? Anything at all? Even a weather forecast or the winner of a baseball game?
|by Anonymous||reply 103||Last Saturday at 1:23 PM|
No, R103 which is why it's terrifying that these people who follow them exist.
|by Anonymous||reply 104||Last Saturday at 1:38 PM|
[quote] It’s tempting to use the analogy of rats fleeing a sinking ship to describe the growing number of Republican elected officials starting to speak out against Donald Trump. But that's really not fair to rats, who tend not to be complicit in driving ships to the bottom of the sea.
|by Anonymous||reply 105||Last Saturday at 2:21 PM|
Dan Rather is a national treasure. Still sharp after all this time.
|by Anonymous||reply 106||Last Saturday at 2:31 PM|
The Escape from Party Island episode had some poignancy with Hank's mother's obsession with miniatures. And Tilliy's friends were voiced by Betty White, Uta Hagen, Phyllis Diller and Mother Nature.
|by Anonymous||reply 107||Last Saturday at 2:32 PM|
^ SO sorry
|by Anonymous||reply 108||Last Saturday at 2:33 PM|
A Hank Hill reference is alway welcome r108.
|by Anonymous||reply 109||Last Saturday at 3:22 PM|
Thank you, r109. It was meant to go here....
|by Anonymous||reply 110||Last Saturday at 3:28 PM|
Jabba the Barr
|by Anonymous||reply 111||Last Saturday at 3:49 PM|
I don't understand why Halpern is leaving NOW. Could he not handle three more months? Or even a half month, until the election results are in?
|by Anonymous||reply 112||Last Saturday at 4:06 PM|
Rex Tillerson, John Bolton, and Former Administration Officials Speak Out Against Donald Trump
|by Anonymous||reply 113||Last Saturday at 4:29 PM|
Jake Tapper, CNN, ripped Lara Trump apart, particularly over her trashing Biden because he has a stutter. With no medical traning, Lara claims his stuttering to cognitive decline.
I recall Biden stuttering back in the 70s and afterwards.
Lara Trump is another grifter in that corrupt family. She married that Eric.
|by Anonymous||reply 114||Last Sunday at 5:31 AM|
...his stutterting 'is due' to
|by Anonymous||reply 115||Last Sunday at 5:34 AM|
No mention on CNN or MSNBC this morning about JFK Jr rising from the dead and joining Trump's campaign. So was this one of those rare occasions when a QAnon prediction didn’t prove accurate or was it just the liberal media ignoring the truth again?
|by Anonymous||reply 116||Last Sunday at 5:45 AM|
He didn’t rise from the dead, r116! He was never dead!
|by Anonymous||reply 117||Last Sunday at 6:04 AM|
How about a hug?
|by Anonymous||reply 118||Last Sunday at 6:54 AM|
Fox, National Review, NY Post, National Examiner, all the Murdoch media outlets, are all blabbing about Huter Biden, some laptop with two questionable Emails found in a Delaware repair shop, They are raging because Christopher Wray is ignoring them. Not linking to right wing media.
This is the manufactured October surprise they concocted with Vlad and Giuliani?
Mainstream media is paying it very little attention.
|by Anonymous||reply 119||Last Sunday at 9:59 AM|
What if we had an October Surprise Party and nobody came?
|by Anonymous||reply 120||Last Sunday at 10:00 AM|
If the laptop is real, there is no doubt in my mind it was stolen. The Bidens perhaps don’t want to claim that publicly because it would confirm it was Hunter’s. No doubt whatsoever though that the emails were forged.
|by Anonymous||reply 121||Last Sunday at 10:09 AM|
Bully Barr in New Orleans with his BS.
|by Anonymous||reply 122||Last Sunday at 10:47 AM|
Barr BS in St. Louis too.
Law enforcement didn't appear to be thrilled listening to his bloviating.
|by Anonymous||reply 123||Last Sunday at 10:52 AM|
OK, your turn, Nestor.
|by Anonymous||reply 124||Last Sunday at 10:59 AM|
Another corrupt & incompetent Trump administration official. Deadly!
|by Anonymous||reply 125||Last Sunday at 11:08 AM|
Datalounge would love this!
(tweet was later deleted)
|by Anonymous||reply 126||Last Sunday at 11:41 AM|
"You must join the Republican Party!"
|by Anonymous||reply 127||Last Sunday at 2:18 PM|
Trump's top hair (or whatever it is) was a burnt orange color today. Then lower, it was an entirely different shade of yelloe-orange from upper-ear level and down. His skin was shiney orange but less colored on the back of his neck and below his chin.
Who is applying this shit on him? Does he do this all himself daily?
|by Anonymous||reply 128||Last Sunday at 3:01 PM|
[quote]Wow. Apparently people on the right don’t have any concept of spellcheck across-the-board...even on billboards. -- Stone
|by Anonymous||reply 129||Last Sunday at 3:43 PM|
Trump's Final Campaign Strategy? Retweet Conspiracy Theories & Tout Rudy's Russian Disinformation
|by Anonymous||reply 130||Last Sunday at 5:45 PM|
ONLY Mike Love's touring Beach Boys is doing the Trump fundraiser, not Brian Wilson or Al Jardine.
Not sure if John Stamos will be part of this. He often plays drums in the Beach Boys touring band.
|by Anonymous||reply 131||Last Sunday at 6:13 PM|
"Mexico will pay" 2020 version:
[quote] President Donald Trump has suggested China will somehow cover the costs of the next coronavirus relief package in the United States.
[quote]Amid a stalemate in talks, he has said he would go higher in terms of spending on a stimulus bill—and that China would foot the bill. "I would [go higher] because this was not caused by our workers and our people, this was caused by China and China will pay us back in one form or another," he said, in an interview with Fox Business.
|by Anonymous||reply 132||Last Sunday at 7:26 PM|
|by Anonymous||reply 133||Last Sunday at 7:34 PM|
LG's strategy in SC is touting his Chairmanship of the Senate Judiciary Committee, presenting Amy Barrett as the most fantastic woman ever, and in Washington receiving praise and hugs from Dianne Feinstein.
|by Anonymous||reply 134||Last Monday at 2:45 AM|
'She hardly knew me'.
|by Anonymous||reply 135||Last Monday at 6:00 AM|
Sean Hannity, Sarah Huckabee Sanders, Bannon, and Roger Stoned are mentioned as connections to the story.
Geez, what could be sinister with these associated figures having such ties to the endeavor?
[quote]Morris did not have a bylined article in The Post before Wednesday, a search of its website showed. She arrived at the tabloid in April after working as an associate producer on Sean Hannity’s Fox News show, according to her LinkedIn profile. Her Instagram account, which was set to private Wednesday, included photos of her posing with the former Trump administration members Bannon and Sarah Huckabee Sanders, as well as Roger Stone, a friend and former campaign adviser to Trump. (In July, the president commuted the sentence of Stone on seven felonies.)
|by Anonymous||reply 136||Last Monday at 6:19 AM|
To the Republicans on Trump:
"I told you, I told you he was a big-spending Democrat."
|by Anonymous||reply 137||Last Monday at 7:57 AM|
[quote]In a matter a weeks, Barr began charting a course that threatened to deepen the upheaval within the sprawling department. Most alarming, analysts said, is the attorney general’s unwavering advocacy for President Donald Trump, his support for the unbound authority of the chief executive and its potential to deeply undermine the Justice Department’s long-guarded institutional independence.
|by Anonymous||reply 138||Last Monday at 3:06 PM|
I thought Fox News supposedly decided not to talk about the Hunter Biden thing because it had zero credibility?
Just caught Hannity talking about it and saying that the FBI needs to come out right NOW and share what they know before the election because it's all TRUE.
|by Anonymous||reply 139||Last Monday at 9:14 PM|
Fox’s [bold] NEWS [/bold] Division (tiny that it is) decided not to talk about Hunter Biden.
|by Anonymous||reply 140||Last Monday at 10:43 PM|
The Murdochs own Fox. They are the ones that need the thorough scrutiny and accountabilty, not just their hired blabbermouths such as Hannity and his regular guest, Lá Sènatrice.
|by Anonymous||reply 141||Last Tuesday at 3:29 AM|
|by Anonymous||reply 142||Last Tuesday at 5:02 AM|
Sean Hannity has been mixed-up in Rudy Giuliani's shenanigans for quite awhile. Most other corporate media outlets barely note it.
|by Anonymous||reply 143||Last Tuesday at 5:54 AM|
Trump's Last Ditch Effort to Hide Tax Returns from DA Vance. Seeks Second Supreme Court Review.
|by Anonymous||reply 144||Last Tuesday at 5:56 AM|
Democrats Gain in Georgia Senate Races as Presidential Race Remains Tied
|by Anonymous||reply 145||Last Tuesday at 9:53 AM|
Lies lies lles. .......
Ron Johnson, Maria Bartiromo, Sean Hannity......
|by Anonymous||reply 146||Last Tuesday at 10:35 AM|
Melania cancels plans to attend Trump rallies.
|by Anonymous||reply 147||Last Tuesday at 11:07 AM|
Expect Barr to announce an investigation into Biden by the end of the week
|by Anonymous||reply 148||Last Tuesday at 11:11 AM|
If so, that will backfire bigly, r148.
|by Anonymous||reply 149||Last Tuesday at 12:22 PM|
NBC News: Lawyers say they can't find the parents of 545 migrant children separated by the Trump administration.
Biden needs to bring this up at the debate.
|by Anonymous||reply 150||Last Tuesday at 3:21 PM|
The graft continues:
Senior officials throughout various departments and agencies of the Trump administration tell CNN they are alarmed at White House pressure to grant what would essentially be a no-bid contract to lease the Department of Defense's mid-band spectrum -- premium real estate for the booming and lucrative 5G market -- to Rivada Networks, a company in which prominent Republicans and supporters of President Donald Trump have investments.
|by Anonymous||reply 151||Last Tuesday at 3:24 PM|
Of course they will, R148. It'll be 2016 all over again.
Will American's be stupid enough to fall for it (again)?
|by Anonymous||reply 152||Last Tuesday at 3:32 PM|
Oh my, Thom Tillis is bringing out the heavy guns for his rallies: scholars Diamond & Silk.
|by Anonymous||reply 153||Last Tuesday at 4:06 PM|
Miss Lindzey got the vapors when two women confronted her in the airport!
She's playing the victim.
|by Anonymous||reply 154||Last Tuesday at 4:27 PM|
R151, that would be an infosec nightmare. Bet you Vlad came up with that plan.
|by Anonymous||reply 155||Last Tuesday at 4:29 PM|
[quote]The daughter of former Trump strategist Kellyanne Conway has been treated as a political hero, but fellow teens just find her relatable.
|by Anonymous||reply 156||Last Tuesday at 4:42 PM|
[quote]The Hill: Televangelist Pat Robertson said on Tuesday that God told him President Trump will win, and more than five years later an asteroid will hit Earth and “maybe” bring “the end.” The 90-year-old forecasted disaster for the country and the world after the election, including civil unrest, at least two attempts on Trump’s life and a war against Israel that will be “put down by God.” The televangelist had made similar predictions in the past, saying in 1976 the world would end in 1982. His 1990 book “The New Millennium” anticipated the end of time on April 29, 2007.
"Trump will win. We’re all going to die. Send me your money. " - Pat R.
|by Anonymous||reply 157||Last Tuesday at 4:56 PM|
Kinda sounds like Robertson is describing the AntiChrist, not the savior...strange for a preacher...
|by Anonymous||reply 158||Last Tuesday at 5:08 PM|
[quote]..., at least two attempts on Trump’s life ..
I'd prefer one and make it count.
|by Anonymous||reply 159||Last Tuesday at 5:12 PM|
R158 If he were, would he be wrong?
|by Anonymous||reply 160||Last Tuesday at 5:18 PM|
I tried my best, R159.
|by Anonymous||reply 161||Last Tuesday at 5:22 PM|
(Reuters) - Lawyers at Jones Day, which has earned millions as outside counsel to U.S. President Donald Trump’s re-election campaign, have donated nearly $90,000 to the campaign committee of Trump’s Democratic rival Joe Biden. Contributions to the Trump campaign by Jones Day lawyers totaled just $50, records show.
|by Anonymous||reply 162||Last Tuesday at 6:54 PM|
FCI, I have a question on internal polls. Are they still pointing to a Biden victory? And are they correlating with external polls?
|by Anonymous||reply 163||Yesterday at 5:33 AM|
Trump Tax Case in Court AGAIN: Judge Neomi Rao, a McConnell judge, Shows Why Biden Must Add Judges
|by Anonymous||reply 164||Yesterday at 6:43 AM|
|by Anonymous||reply 165||Yesterday at 7:10 AM|
Gowdy & Gohmert
|by Anonymous||reply 166||Yesterday at 7:19 AM|
The White House is considering slashing millions of dollars for coronavirus relief, HIV treatment, screenings for newborns and other programs in Democratic-led cities that President Donald Trump has deemed “anarchist jurisdictions."
|by Anonymous||reply 167||a day ago|
So the “blue states” can keep the billions they give to the federal gvmnt to use for what they see fit and fund those programs on their own.
|by Anonymous||reply 168||a day ago|
Only the finest:
White House Chief of Staff Mark Meadows reported spending almost $75,000 through his campaign and leadership PAC this year after announcing he would not run for re-election last December, with many expenses appearing to be for personal use – including gourmet cupcakes, a cell phone bill, grocery purchases, lavish meals and thousands of dollars at a Washington jeweler for "printed materials."
Using campaign funds for personal use is illegal according to the Federal Election Commission.
|by Anonymous||reply 169||18 hours ago|
FBI to hold press conference about "major election security issue" at 7:30 p.m.
|by Anonymous||reply 170||17 hours ago|
So we're not talking about the Giuliani / Borat vid?
|by Anonymous||reply 171||17 hours ago|
Voter information has been obtained by Iran and Russia. Iran is using it to try to to damage Trump. Nothing specific to mention about Russia.
|by Anonymous||reply 172||17 hours ago|
R163 Internal polling is showing devastation for republicans including for Pres Bone Spurs. You can see it in their desperation. Look at their eyes. You see fear. He’s particularly unhinged lately.
|by Anonymous||reply 173||15 hours ago|
Lock them all up!
|by Anonymous||reply 174||15 hours ago|
Supreme Court Blocks Curbside Voting In Alabama, An Option During Pandemic:
|by Anonymous||reply 175||14 hours ago|
R175 Roberts’ will save us, ehhh? That’s what I hear. *He won’t*
|by Anonymous||reply 176||14 hours ago|