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39 minutes ago, dkp993 said:

Wow. Ok.  That’s pretty damn optimistic.  

Yea, Trump supporters from a different site believe Rudy was awesome and that Sydney will deliver the goods.  So Max falls right in line.

It’s like there are two realities.  One Rudy and Trump have evidence of massive voter fraud that they for some reason haven’t brought to court.  The court losses mean nothing.  The GA handcount matching the machine count doesn’t completely disprove the dominion “fraud.”

And then there’s actual reality.

 

 

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1 minute ago, James Daulton said:

Yea, Trump supporters from a different site believe Rudy was awesome and that Sydney will deliver the goods.  So Max falls right in line.

It’s like there are two realities.  One Rudy and Trump have evidence of massive voter fraud that they for some reason haven’t brought to court.  The court losses mean nothing.  The GA handcount matching the machine count doesn’t completely disprove the dominion “fraud.”

And then there’s actual reality.

 

 

This is what I've been saying a few times here.  I don't know how to overcome this.  And I was even told once that it was "my truth" as a counter to the claim. 

I can understand some people falling for it.  I can't understand so many people falling for it.

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16 minutes ago, James Daulton said:

Yea, Trump supporters from a different site believe Rudy was awesome and that Sydney will deliver the goods.  So Max falls right in line.

It’s like there are two realities.  One Rudy and Trump have evidence of massive voter fraud that they for some reason haven’t brought to court.  The court losses mean nothing.  The GA handcount matching the machine count doesn’t completely disprove the dominion “fraud.”

And then there’s actual reality.

 

 

“They say that in war the truth be the first casualty.....”

”The main attraction: distraction
Got ya number than number than numb 
Empty ya pockets son; they got you thinkin that
What ya need is what they sellin
Make you think that buyin is rebellin
From the theaters to malls on every shore
Tha thin line between entertainment and war”

-Zach de la Rocha

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8 minutes ago, Max Power said:

Come on over, the water's fine. 

What's your opinion on Sidney Powell calling in to Lou Dobbs and saying that "all of the swing states should appoint their electors to Trump" -- regardless of the election outcome? Does that improve her credibility in your eyes? Why do you have so much faith in this person?

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1 minute ago, mcintyre1 said:

What's your opinion on Sidney Powell calling in to Lou Dobbs and saying that "all of the swing states should appoint their electors to Trump" -- regardless of the election outcome? Does that improve her credibility in your eyes? Why do you have so much faith in this person?

Can you link the video for me for full context?

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49 minutes ago, dkp993 said:

“They say that in war the truth be the first casualty.....”

”The main attraction: distraction
Got ya number than number than numb 
Empty ya pockets son; they got you thinkin that
What ya need is what they sellin
Make you think that buyin is rebellin
From the theaters to malls on every shore
Tha thin line between entertainment and war”

-Zach de la Rocha

 

"Censorship is telling a grown man he can't eat steak because a child cannot chew it."

- Mark Twain

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1 minute ago, fred_1_15301 said:

She better not be wrong on this one because she's setting herself up for a pretty big fall.  

You'd like to think so, but she's really not.  If the last 4 years should have taught us anything, it's that no matter how absurd your claim is, you can just claim that a bigger and more absurd conspiracy is why you aren't able to prove it.  She could go on for the rest of her life claiming this was the biggest conspiracy and coverup in the history of the United States, and a significant portion of the population will believe her.  There is no cost to this stuff any longer.

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12 minutes ago, fred_1_15301 said:

She better not be wrong on this one because she's setting herself up for a pretty big fall.  

Hell, we could go down the list of false things just from the first two parts that brief clip if we wanted. It's basically a roll call of fake social media claims that some of my uncles would share on Facebook (but in this case, given light by GOP politicians and OANN):

Smartmatic does not own Dominion Voting Systems (AP)
U.S. Army Didn’t Seize Election Servers in Germany 
Fact check: Story of Army raid to seize election servers in Germany is false

If anyone else was wondering how the hell any of this came up in the first place, here's a biased Dailybeast article breaking it down for you (I'm not going to dig up some crazy conspiracy site to go to the source)

With the tortured logic these people are using to connect these two competing voting machine companies (that they both at various points owned the smaller company called Sequoia), we could connect this all the way back to ES&S and Diebold supposedly stealing Ohio for Bush in 2004. Dominion purchased ES&S (formerly Diebold) in 2010. Maybe that never-Trumper Bush family is behind this whole thing! I'm surprised this hasn't been brought up yet. 

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19 minutes ago, mcintyre1 said:

What's your opinion on Sidney Powell calling in to Lou Dobbs and saying that "all of the swing states should appoint their electors to Trump" -- regardless of the election outcome? Does that improve her credibility in your eyes? Why do you have so much faith in this person?

She said the swing states should appoint their electors for Trump and that's assuming they are able to show election fraud. I didnt hear her say regardless of outcome.

If the fraud was bad enough to swing the vote, why wouldn't the electors vote for Trump? 

I came to know Sidney Powell when she took over the Flynn case. She has been a hard nosed straight shooter since. 

I see enough statistical anomalies in this election to question things. MSM is saying move along nothing to see here and she is at least going down a road that is plausible to me. 

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5 hours ago, knowledge dropper said:

There it is

 

Catturd ™

⁦‪@catturd2‬⁩

I can tell Trump’s legal team hit a home run. 

All the people I can’t stand are pissed off.

 

11/19/20, 2:34 PM

 

 

Because if there is one thing that screams authoritative source of truth, it's someone who goes by the moniker "Catturd."

1 hour ago, Ilov80s said:

Rudy also seemed to rub snot all over his face

If I was Trump, I would replace this guy ASAP. 

I don't care what side of the aisle you are on, that was just downright gross.

1 hour ago, Max Power said:

That clip wasnt stuttering. It was a guy who didnt know what word to say next. 

Do you hold the rambling and/or incoherent tweets we've often seen from Trump to the same standard? 

Covfefe? The possibility of lasting peach? Unpresidented act? "Thr coverage about me … gas been so false and angry"?

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1 minute ago, Stompin' Tom Connors said:

Because if there is one thing that screams authoritative source of truth, it's someone who goes by the moniker "Catturd."

I don't care what side of the aisle you are on, that was just downright gross.

Do you hold the rambling and/or incoherent tweets we've often seen from Trump to the same standard? 

Covfefe? The possibility of lasting peach? Unpresidented act? "Thr coverage about me … gas been so false and angry"?

Yes, will you call out biden for his bumblings? Or is that low hanging fruit in bad taste now?

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6 minutes ago, Max Power said:

She said the swing states should appoint their electors for Trump and that's assuming they are able to show election fraud. I didnt hear her say regardless of outcome.

If the fraud was bad enough to swing the vote, why wouldn't the electors vote for Trump? 

I came to know Sidney Powell when she took over the Flynn case. She has been a hard nosed straight shooter since. 

I see enough statistical anomalies in this election to question things. MSM is saying move along nothing to see here and she is at least going down a road that is plausible to me. 

Two different realities. Sad to see.

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1 minute ago, Max Power said:
3 minutes ago, Stompin' Tom Connors said:

Because if there is one thing that screams authoritative source of truth, it's someone who goes by the moniker "Catturd."

I don't care what side of the aisle you are on, that was just downright gross.

Do you hold the rambling and/or incoherent tweets we've often seen from Trump to the same standard? 

Covfefe? The possibility of lasting peach? Unpresidented act? "Thr coverage about me … gas been so false and angry"?

Yes, will you call out biden for his bumblings? Or is that low hanging fruit in bad taste now?

Biden was not a good candidate.  Unfortunately, he was needed to remove, in my opinion, the worst president of all time.

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1 minute ago, Stompin' Tom Connors said:

Because if there is one thing that screams authoritative source of truth, it's someone who goes by the moniker "Catturd."

I don't care what side of the aisle you are on, that was just downright gross.

Do you hold the rambling and/or incoherent tweets we've often seen from Trump to the same standard? 

Covfefe? The possibility of lasting peach? Unpresidented act? "Thr coverage about me … gas been so false and angry"?

Catturd might be my top 5 favorite  follows on Twitter. 

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Just now, Max Power said:

Yes, will you call out biden for his bumblings? Or is that low hanging fruit in bad taste now?

What do you mean by bumblings?

No one -- especially politicians -- are perfect. I certainly don't think Biden is perfect. I've seen him mix up numbers (120M dead from COVID instead of 120K, 200M dead instead of 200K) though I've seen him just as often recognize that mistake and correct it in the moment. He's also made some inexplicable claims himself (getting arrested in South Africa).

By bumbling, do you mean stuttering through sentences? 

It's a condition he's had since youth, and he's been pretty open and honest about it.

Do you see that as low hanging fruit to go after?

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14 minutes ago, Stompin' Tom Connors said:

What do you mean by bumblings?

No one -- especially politicians -- are perfect. I certainly don't think Biden is perfect. I've seen him mix up numbers (120M dead from COVID instead of 120K, 200M dead instead of 200K) though I've seen him just as often recognize that mistake and correct it in the moment. He's also made some inexplicable claims himself (getting arrested in South Africa).

By bumbling, do you mean stuttering through sentences? 

It's a condition he's had since youth, and he's been pretty open and honest about it.

Do you see that as low hanging fruit to go after?

I think he is mentally slipping to the point it will be seen as "in bad taste" to make fun of him in the near future.

Did you watch the link HT posted? You can see Biden lose focus mid sentence and just start saying words. 

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This would all be funny if it wasn't so <bleep>ing sad. Now Hugo Chavez, dead for 7 years, is the architect of this "stolen election." Oh, come on..... 

They don't even CARE anymore! 

Donnie - some of us see the reality here. All you have - all you've EVER had - is the illusion of always winning.  If he loses that, he has nothing left. Everything he does is based on that, which is why everything he does is so <bleep>ing predictable. The part I'll never get is how he manages to snooker so many seemingly intelligent people. There are people on this board calling him Father Trump for <bleep>s sake! Father <bleep>ing Trump! 

His legions lap up every bit of <bleep> he ladles out without question, while calling everyone else "sheep." It's like they WANT a dictatorship, with him as their demagogue. All while yelling about bloody patriotism. Right. Absolute bollocks. 

Donnie, it's time. Shut it down, big boy. Pack your bags and GET OUT! 

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For anyone who cares, here's Tucker Carlson saying Sidney Powell doesn't have anything. That they'd been reaching out since Sunday to politely ask to see what she had, and that they would give her as much time as she wanted to show people. She never game them anything, and when his people kept pressing "she got angry and told us to stop contacting her."

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14 minutes ago, mcintyre1 said:

For anyone who cares, here's Tucker Carlson saying Sidney Powell doesn't have anything. That they'd been reaching out since Sunday to politely ask to see what she had, and that they would give her as much time as she wanted to show people. She never game them anything, and when his people kept pressing "she got angry and told us to stop contacting her."

Now Tucker is part of the conspiracy too!

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5 minutes ago, Alex P Keaton said:
20 minutes ago, mcintyre1 said:

Now Tucker is part of the conspiracy too!

Just as a side note -- Tucker Carlson is one of the few news personalities I can think of who's had long stints on all three of CNN, MSNBC, and Fox News. He's always been a conservative voice on those networks, though.

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1 hour ago, Max Power said:

I think he is mentally slipping to the point it will be seen as "in bad taste" to make fun of him in the near future.

Did you watch the link HT posted? You can see Biden lose focus mid sentence and just start saying words. 

Yes, I watched it. He fumbled a few words.

I don't think it's reasonable to say that's proof of mentally slipping.

Certainly good to hear him talking about dealing more aggressively about COVID. Long overdue.

Still not sure what you are driving at with the bad taste comment. I still say it's bad taste period to make fun of anyone with a condition, stuttering, mental condition, or otherwise. Do you disagree? You've positioned this as low hanging fruit and that making fun of it will be seen as bad taste.

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2 minutes ago, Doug B said:

Just as a side note -- Tucker Carlson is one of the few news personalities I can think of who's had long stints on all three of CNN, MSNBC, and Fox News. He's always been a conservative voice on those networks, though.

Watching Jon Stewart rip him and Begala to shreds is one of the highlights of cable TV history.

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5 hours ago, Max Power said:

My optimism level. Rudy was less insane than I expected and Sidney finished it off nicely. 

Max- doesn’t the Georgia hand recount confirming the dominion voting machine count shoot a hole right thought the middle of Sidney’s argument?

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20 minutes ago, dkp993 said:

Max- doesn’t the Georgia hand recount confirming the dominion voting machine count shoot a hole right thought the middle of Sidney’s argument?

I didn't even realize she had an argument. I'm waiting for the mounds of evidence that she's going to present ~ end of next week.

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2 hours ago, Stompin' Tom Connors said:

What do you mean by bumblings?

 

 

Joe Biden's Most Awkward Gaffes Of All Time (Part 1)

 

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=z_wlQZ5N_2k

 

Joe Biden's Most Awkward Gaffes Of All Time (Part 2)

 

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fNQAbF33gFM

 

Joe Biden's Most Awkward Gaffes Of All Time (Part 3)

 

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NuIjn6EEIV8

 

 

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https://www.the-sun.com/news/1691783/joe-bidens-shocking-gaffe-trump-bush-wife-sister/

 

"Trump’s mocking of Biden’s gaffes goes back long before he became the Democrat’s presidential candidate.

The president was saying even before Biden won the nomination that he was hoping to run against him because of his flub-prone speech.

Speaking at a private lunch in 2019, he said: “I hope it’s Biden. Biden was never very smart. He was a terrible student. His gaffes are unbelievable.

“When I say something that you might think is a gaffe, it’s on purpose; it’s not a gaffe. When Biden says something dumb, it’s because he’s dumb.”

 

FOOTBALL FLUB

Biden mixed up the Philadephia Eagles logo for the emblem of his alma mater, the University of Delaware Blue Hens, during a campaign rally on November 1.

While speaking to his supporters in the City of Brotherly Love, he said: "I know Philadelphia well."

Biden's supporters immediately started honking horns in their vehicles to show their approval.

He then looked down at his jacket and mixed up the Eagles logo for that of the Delaware Blue Hens Credit: Splash News

Then, looking down at his jacket, he added: "By the way I got my Eagles jacket on."

His public blunder prompted a swift rebuke on Twitter.

Zach Parkinson, deputy director of communications for the Trump campaign, tweeted: "This 'Eagles' jacket Biden claims he's wearing to try and show how much he's in touch with Pennsylvania?

 

'FOUR MORE YEARS OF GEORGE'

Trump slammed Biden as he said the VP "couldn't remember" his name as the Democrat stumbled over his words and said he is fighting against "four more years of George".

Biden's wife Jill then appears to quietly correct him under her breath, and Biden went back to saying "Trump" as they addressed supporters at a virtual concert on October 25.

The VP said: "Four more years of George - we're going to find ourselves in a position where, if Trump gets elected, we're going to be in a different world."

It is believed Biden confused Trump with George W. Bush, who was president from 2001 to 2009.

Trump supporter and former Republican congresswoman Dr Nan Hayworth said the clip showed Biden had "clear signs of Dementia".

 

'THE SENATOR WHO WAS A MORMON'

Biden appeared to forget the name of 2012 Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney while speaking  at an event in Ohio on October 12. 

Obama and Biden successfully ran against Romney and his VP candidate Paul Ryan, with the Republicans losing out 332 to 206 on electoral votes.

"You may remember, I got in trouble when we were running against the senator who was a Mormon, the governor, OK? And I took him on," Biden said when asked by a reporter about faith.

"No one's faith should be questioned.”

Trump once again seized on the flub, saying: "Mitt can’t be thrilled about this!".

 

JOE 30330

Joe Biden seemed to think he was running more than 27,000 years in the future in one gaffe as he battled for the Democratic nomination earlier this year.

#Joe30330 or #Joe3030 started trending after he confusingly told supporters to visit a website that didn't exist.

During his final remarks, Biden laid out his vision as he told them "if you agree with me, go to Joe 30330".

It later emerged 30330 was actually a number for a text message service from which you could either donate or get updates on the campaign.

Web address Joe3030.com was then picked up by rival candidate Pete Buttigieg and redirected to his website.

Joe3030 now goes to Biden's campaign.

While Joe30330 still directs to a website owned college student Josh Fayer, with a satirical JoshForAmerica campaign.

 

VALERIE OR JILL?

Biden appeared to confuse his wife for his sister during an impassioned speech during the Super Tuesday results on March 3.

Standing at the podium, Biden was flanked by his wife, Jill, to his right, and his sister, Valerie, to his left.

Addressing the cheering crowd, Biden said, "By the way, this is my little sister, Valerie," before reaching to the right and grabbing his wife's hand.

He then declared, "And I'm Jill's husband," as he realized his error.

The VP then said, "Oh, no, this is her," pointing to his sister, to whom he then said, "You've switched on me."

 

VOTER FRAUD

Biden had an embarrassing stumble when he claimed he had he assembled the “most extensive and inclusive voter fraud organization” in US history.

Trump called out Biden shortly after the former vice president made the statement in a video interview with Crooked Media -- a liberal group founded by a group of former Obama staffers. 

During the interview, Biden said: “We’re in a situation where we have put together, and you guys did it for President Obama’s administration before this, we have put together, I think, the most extensive and inclusive voter fraud organization in the history of American politics.”

 

200 MILLION DEAD

Biden accidentally inflated the coronavirus death toll by 1,000 when he mistakenly said 200 million Americans had died rather than 200,000.

The embarrassing botch-up came during a campaign rally in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, and would have meant two-thirds of all Americans had been killed by Covid-19.

And this wasn't the first time the Democratic presidential candidate got his facts about the pandemic mixed up.

In May, he was left red-faced, claiming that "we have over 120 million dead from Covid."

Then, in June, Biden made another coronavirus gaffe by claiming 85,000 jobs had been lost in the US as a result of Covid-19 and that millions of Americans had died.

But at the time, at least 85,000 Americans had died and 36.5 million had lost their jobs.

 

RUNNING FOR SENATE 

On two occasions Biden appears to have said he was "running for Senate" rather than running for President in 2020. 

At an event in Ohio, he said: "You know, we have to come together. That's why I'm running. I'm running as a proud Democrat for the Senate."

Biden also incorrectly said he was running for Senate in February, while asking voters in South Carolina for their support at a Democratic event. 

"Where I come from, you don't go very far unless you ask. My name's Joe Biden. I'm a Democratic candidate for the United States Senate,” he said at the time.

“Look me over. If you like what you see, help out. If not, vote for the other Biden. Give me a look though, OK?" 

 

WHITE KIDS

While campaigning for the nomination, Biden made a big flub when he said "poor kids are just as bright and just as talented as white kids".

...

On the same day, Biden boasted his campaign chooses "truth over facts" in another flub.

 

LUHAN

Speaking about the coronavirus before winning the nomination proved difficult as Biden called the place where the virus originated "Luhan Province" during an interview on MSNBC.

Of course, the coronavirus famously originates in the city of Wuhan in China.

In the interview on Monday, Biden said: "I suggested we should have people in China at the outset of this event when it all started — in Luhan province."

In the same interview he also gone the date wrong on a story that he had written for USA Today - saying it was January 17 when it was January 27.

The ex-VP also mixed up his drugstores and government agencies, accidentally referring to CVS as CVC.

 

COVID-9

In another coronavirus blunder, Biden referred to the killer disease as "Covid-9" rather than "Covid-19". 

His faux pas was made during a virtual town hall with frontline workers, and aired on his own campaign's Facebook page in April.

"We have to invest more money in dealing with pandemic research, dealing with viruses, dealing with studies related to what these viruses are likely to be in the future," he told Shevrin Jones, the Florida state representative who was chairing the event.

"There is more than one coronavirus. This COVID-9 is one strain of that."

 

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https://www.baltimoresun.com/opinion/op-ed/bs-ed-op-0913-joe-biden-gaffes-20200910-nfcd3z575rfn3cijxkzosa2k6y-story.html

 

"The list of Mr. Biden’s gaffes is long and varied. In his first run at the presidency in 1987, Mr. Biden was caught using a portion of a speech by British Labour Party leader Neil Kinnock. The other shoe dropped with the revelation that he had plagiarized law school papers while a first-year student at Syracuse University School of Law in 1965. With charges of plagiarizing haunting him, he left the race.

As the 2008 presidential race began to shape up, Mr. Biden made a rather patronizing description of Barack Obama, characterizing him as “the first mainstream African American who is articulate and bright and clean and a nice-looking guy.” Racial stereotypes also came up in 2006 when Mr. Biden said, “You cannot go into a 7-Eleven or a Dunkin’ Donuts unless you have a slight Indian accent.”

Despite earning a degree in history, Mr. Biden got confused about timing when he talked about how Franklin D. Roosevelt got on television to talk about the stock market crash of 1929. Unfortunately for Mr. Biden, the crash happened before FDR was president. In a bit of self-effacing modesty after being chosen as the vice presidential candidate, Mr. Biden said that “Hillary Clinton is as qualified or more than I am to be vice president.” As the vice-presidential candidate Mr. Biden was sent out to bolster the egos of local campaign supporters. In South Carolina he called on a local state senator to “stand up and let the people see you.” The only problem was that the intended recipient of the compliment was confined to a wheelchair.

Vice presidents traditionally serve as unvarnished supporters of the president’s policies. When the threat of swine flu gripped the country, President Obama tried to walk the fine line between heightening concern without engendering panic. When asked about travel during those perilous times, Mr. Biden commented that he would tell his family not to travel, sending shock waves through the travel industry. He spent the next few days with “what I meant to say” statements.

At the signing ceremony for Obamacare, Mr. Biden leaned over to President Obama describing the event as a “big [expletive] deal,” only to have the remark picked up by the microphone and covered extensively by the media. Many voters were offended by the comment. During the pre-nomination season this year, Mr. Biden had to apologize for saying that Black voters “ain’t Black” if they intended to vote for President Trump."

 

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Joe Rogan on Joe Biden and Dementia/Cognitive Decline 

( Rogan has over  200 million unique downloads per month for his podcast and has millions following him on social media. )

 

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UDvbTgCt4TM

 

 

https://www.realclearpolitics.com/video/2020/03/29/joe_rogan_donald_trump_is_going_to_eat_joe_biden_alive.html

 

Joe Rogan: Donald Trump Is Going To Eat Joe Biden Alive; "Everybody Else Sees It"

By Tim Hains
 March 29, 2020

 

The "Joe Rogan Experience" host predicted that President Trump would eat Joe Biden alive in a general election: "Trump is going to eat him alive. He’s going to eat that guy alive. The guy can barely remember what he’s talking about while he’s talking."

"You have to be able to call out #### that’s wrong on your side. That’s the problem the Democratic Party is having right now with that Joe Biden guy. You guys have to be able to call it out. You can’t let this slide, because everybody else sees it, and Trump is going to eat him alive," Rogan said. "He’s going to eat that guy alive."

"The guy can barely remember what he’s talking about while he’s talking," Rogan said. "I'm looking at this like a medical condition."

 

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https://allthatsinteresting.com/joe-biden-quotes

 

‘I Am A Gaffe Machine’: 30 Joe Biden Quotes That Prove Him Right

By Marco Margaritoff

Published September 24, 2020

 

Joe Biden: The Early Years

.... But after he was elected to the Senate in 1972, he said many problematic things that were unrelated to any stutter.

Not only did he describe Delaware's school desegregation plans as "the most racist concept you can come up with" in 1975, he also criticized President George H.W. Bush for being soft on "violent thugs" in 1989. He often implied that he didn't care what motivated criminals; he just wanted them taken off the street.

Biden courted Southern segregationist Senator James O. Eastland, who helped him land spots on the committees dealing with criminal justice and prisons. As early as 1977, Biden rallied for mandatory minimum sentences that would limit judges' discretion in sentencing criminals — with support from Eastland. In the meantime, Biden also became a legislative partner — and a close friend — of another segregationist named Strom Thurmond.

Other bills co-authored by Biden added fuel to America's expanding incarceration rate, which hit its peak in 2008 at 2,310,300 prisoners. Despite dwindling in years since then, America is still the leader among large industrialized nations in terms of incarceration.

Though Biden has a liberal reputation today, he spent the majority of his political career opposed to abortion, gay rights, and even integration. During a Congressional hearing on school busing in 1977, Biden warned of a future where his children would be forced into a "racial jungle."

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Joe Biden Quotes From The White House

"I mean, you got the first mainstream African American who is articulate and bright and clean and a nice-looking guy," Biden once said of former President Barack Obama. "I mean, that's a storybook, man."

Oddly enough, this blunder happened in 2007 while Biden himself was running against Obama for the Democratic presidential nomination. He tried to rectify his inaccurate claim on The Daily Show, saying that he should've said "fresh" instead of "clean" — before digging himself into a deeper hole.

"What I meant was that he's got new ideas, he's a new guy on the block," he explained, while staring at host Jon Stewart's deadpan expression. "It's not working, right?"

Even though Obama ultimately chose Biden to be his vice president, his important role certainly didn't stop him from embarrassing himself in public. At a 2010 St. Patrick's Day reception for Irish Prime Minister Brian Cowen, Biden mistakenly gave the man his condolences for losing the wrong parent.

"His mom lived in Long Island for 10 years or so, God rest her soul," he said. "Although she's, wait... Your mom's still alive. It was your dad that passed. God bless her soul. I gotta get this straight."

The Biden Blunders Continue

A series of Joe Biden blunders during MSNBC's 2019 Democratic presidential debate.

Joe Biden has seemingly said and done everything during his nearly 50-year-long career in politics, from introducing President Obama as "Barack America" to claiming that he personally fended off a gang leader and a "bad dude" named Corn Pop in his early 20s — without any help from police."

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2 hours ago, mcintyre1 said:

For anyone who cares, here's Tucker Carlson saying Sidney Powell doesn't have anything. That they'd been reaching out since Sunday to politely ask to see what she had, and that they would give her as much time as she wanted to show people. She never game them anything, and when his people kept pressing "she got angry and told us to stop contacting her."

She’s a hard nosed straight shooter.

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7 hours ago, dkp993 said:

Max- doesn’t the Georgia hand recount confirming the dominion voting machine count shoot a hole right thought the middle of Sidney’s argument?

It's pretty damning if there is a paper ballot that matches every trump and biden vote recorded. That would mean the machine wasnt switching or weighing votes.

I dont remember what her exact claims for Georgia were. Lin Wood has been the most vocal person about Georgia. He isn't on Trump's team.

Sidney's dominion claims look to line up better with Michigan who is already indicating their vote totals dont match the amount of ballots. 

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2 minutes ago, Max Power said:

It's pretty damning if there is a paper ballot that matches every trump and biden vote recorded. That would mean the machine wasnt switching or weighing votes.

I dont remember what her exact claims for Georgia were. Lin Wood has been the most vocal person about Georgia. He isn't on Trump's team.

Sidney's dominion claims look to line up better with Michigan who is already indicating their vote totals dont match the amount of ballots. 

In my opinion, ANY claims that Dominion was used to switch ballots in Georgia fall flat on their face immediately, due to the Perdue/Ossoff race turning out the way it did.  If Democrats had the means and opportunity to switch these votes, why didn't they?

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