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55 minutes ago, knowledge dropper said:

Even going to the grocery store makes me angrier about the ballot trafficking, mules and Biden voters that put us in this position.  
 

Forget the empty shelves and skyrocketing gas prices.  Has anyone seen the price of beer?  A 12 pack is $3 more today than the glory days of MAGA.  

The Democrats have descended on our country like a swarm of locust and ruined everything cool.  

Bourbon is about the same…

That might be a level of sophistication you’re not ready for…

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3 hours ago, timschochet said:

Trump the Humble is an animal that I have not encountered. You may deserve credit for its discovery. 

 

It a rare species found only in the everglades, living on a diet of Shredded Tweets and beans from the Covfefe plant. 

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1 hour ago, dozer said:

Bourbon is about the same…

That might be a level of sophistication you’re not ready for…

My go to Bourbon, they never change the price.  I'm actually surprised, been the same for years at ABC. One of the few things I don't spend more on, but really should spend less on.

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22 hours ago, timschochet said:

It’s interesting though that at his rally last night he barely mentioned it: 

https://www.washingtonpost.com/politics/2022/05/06/glaring-omission-trumps-pennsylvania-rally-speech-abortion/

Personally I think he might be embarrassed. Trump has been pro-choice his entire life (possibly from personal experience?) up until 2016. I wouldn’t be surprised if he still is. 

 

That's because he was there endorsing Dr. Oz for Senate.  Oz has supported of Roe in the past and since flopped.  It's an issue that Oz hasn't been transparent on in interviews and debates and it doesn't make sense for Trump to hammer the issue home at a rally for Oz.  Time, place, situation.    

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4 hours ago, Snotbubbles said:

 

That's because he was there endorsing Dr. Oz for Senate.  Oz has supported of Roe in the past and since flopped.  It's an issue that Oz hasn't been transparent on in interviews and debates and it doesn't make sense for Trump to hammer the issue home at a rally for Oz.  Time, place, situation.    

Oz not being transparent seems about right.  Seems one conman endorsing another.

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13 minutes ago, JIslander said:

Good.  Let him.  It will remind everyone how unhinged he is and help the Dems in mid-terms.

 

With the way the Dems are running the country, why would that be a good thing?  

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15 minutes ago, Snotbubbles said:

 

With the way the Dems are running the country, why would that be a good thing?  

Because as bad as the "D's" are,  the "R's" are worse; Trump will remind all of that ----

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On 5/7/2022 at 10:55 AM, knowledge dropper said:


Trump the Humble is not one to spike the ball in the face of his opposition.  He knows and the left knows how Yuge this victory was and that’s good enough.  

The laughing emoji I left on this post is not derisive,  I promise. I actually would have LOL if I wasn't trying to keep quiet while the kids sleep. 

Spiking the ball at the opposition is literally the thing he likes best in all the world, except possibly beautiful women, which you know, and is one of the reasons you love him. You're cheeky as hell and using excellent bait. Your subtlety and nuance in button pushing is next level. Kudos.

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On 5/7/2022 at 11:23 AM, timschochet said:

Trump the Humble will be my go to from now on. I can’t imagine calling him anything else. 

Yes,, the fact that he was so humble was why it took me about 30 seconds in his first Republican debate to realize I couldn't stand him.

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14 hours ago, JIslander said:

Because as bad as the "D's" are,  the "R's" are worse; Trump will remind all of that ----

 

Things were never this bad under Trump.  Take the blinders off.

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4 minutes ago, Snotbubbles said:

 

Things were never this bad under Trump.  Take the blinders off.

Nah, we could be in a depression now and I'd still take the party that isn't looking the other after our government was attacked by its supporters.

The economy was headed this way post COVID and now with Ukraine; we can argue how much worse it is or not under Biden; but regardless, this country does NOT need the sycophants he's supporting nationwide.

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2 minutes ago, knowledge dropper said:

Everytime you think we have hit rock bottom this Administration brings out more shovels.  

 

It's the Republicans fault, or Trump, or Putin, or Covid, or racists, or large corporations.  They have a never ending list of people to blame for their failures.  Worst part is, a small portion of the population actually listens to their buck passing.    

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3 minutes ago, JIslander said:

Nah, we could be in a depression now and I'd still take the party that isn't looking the other after our government was attacked by its supporters.

The economy was headed this way post COVID and now with Ukraine; we can argue how much worse it is or not under Biden; but regardless, this country does NOT need the sycophants he's supporting nationwide.

 

Instead we have the worst inflation in 60 years.  Food/Supply shortages.  Record high gas prices.  Uncontrolled borders.  High crime.  And we're on the verge of a nuclear holocaust.  But, January 6th...

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36 minutes ago, Snotbubbles said:

 

It's the Republicans fault, or Trump, or Putin, or Covid, or racists, or large corporations.  They have a never ending list of people to blame for their failures.  Worst part is, a small portion of the population actually listens to their buck passing.    

No...Biden, Obama and Democrats share in that blame too...the problem is, you all just want to claim its all Biden and Democrats.  Rather than ever admitting the other factors (including Trump and Republicans).    You all are doing the same buck passing that you are blaming the other side for doing.

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On 5/11/2022 at 6:50 AM, Snotbubbles said:

 

Things were never this bad under Trump.  Take the blinders off.

Just turned 64 and some of the worst days this country endured I remember in that time were the JFK assassination, 9/11 and Jan 6th. And of those 3 disasters only one do I blame on the current President at the time...J6

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37 minutes ago, lazyike said:

Just turned 64 and some of the worst days this country endured I remember in that time were the JFK assassination, 9/11 and Jan 6th. And of those 3 disasters only one do I blame on the current President at the time...J6

:lol: Comparring 1/6 to 9/11 is the best shtick.  Well they are both referred to by date I guess.  

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25 minutes ago, PhillipPhoto said:

:lol: Comparring 1/6 to 9/11 is the best shtick.  Well they are both referred to by date I guess.  

It was an INSURRECTION!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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1 hour ago, PhillipPhoto said:

:lol: Comparring 1/6 to 9/11 is the best shtick.  Well they are both referred to by date I guess.  

9/11 united our country so our democracy was made stronger 1/6 divided our country and threatened our democracy. Sadly denying an attempt to overthrow a legitimate election was no big deal makes the threat to our democracy even worse.

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1 hour ago, PhillipPhoto said:

:lol: Comparring 1/6 to 9/11 is the best shtick.  Well they are both referred to by date I guess.  

Only in here would that nonsense be tolerated. 

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9 hours ago, lazyike said:

9/11 united our country so our democracy was made stronger 1/6 divided our country and threatened our democracy. Sadly denying an attempt to overthrow a legitimate election was no big deal makes the threat to our democracy even worse.

Even worse, Jan. 6 was only the beginning of the right's assault on democracy. Wait until Republican legislatures in battleground states get a look at voting results they don't like in future elections.

They're not even contesting the idea that this is the plan and that should worry the heck out of us.

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1 hour ago, roadkill1292 said:

Even worse, Jan. 6 was only the beginning of the right's assault on democracy. Wait until Republican legislatures in battleground states get a look at voting results they don't like in future elections.

They're not even contesting the idea that this is the plan and that should worry the heck out of us.


Or was it the beginning of the assault on the left’s assault on our democracy?  

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1 hour ago, knowledge dropper said:

Beautiful gestures from the Great MAGA King don’t get enough publicity.  
 

https://twitter.com/catturd2/status/1525215862852096003?s=21&t=kTCSrDHOY3oUtveiHdJVww

Big fan of Catturd , yuge fan. I know things were touch and go for awhile. Glad things are looking bright. 
Donald truly is a man of the people and doesn’t forget who had his back. Like you said , beautiful gesture. Donald didn’t have to do it , beautiful gesture 

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14 hours ago, HellToupee said:

It was an INSURRECTION!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

And only in the Republican party can you have this kind of talk by it's own members of Congress and have most of the GOP electorate think this is all no big deal. It is so unbelievable, literally twilight zone crazy.

MTG text.."In our private chat with only Members, several are saying the only way to save our Republic is for Trump to call for "Marshall" law."

 Alabama Republican congressman Mo Brooks said on Tuesday Donald Trump asked him to “rescind” the 2020 election, remove Joe Biden from the White House and reinstate Trump.

McCarthy said he planned to talk with the former president about how he would face another impeachment and the recommendation to resign.

And of Trump's guilt, McConnell was equally clear-eyed: "If this isn't impeachable, I don't know what is," he said. There was even talk that McConnell himself might vote to convict Trump in a Senate impeachment trial. 

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1 hour ago, lazyike said:

And only in the Republican party can you have this kind of talk by it's own members of Congress and have most of the GOP electorate think this is all no big deal. It is so unbelievable, literally twilight zone crazy.

MTG text.."In our private chat with only Members, several are saying the only way to save our Republic is for Trump to call for "Marshall" law."

 Alabama Republican congressman Mo Brooks said on Tuesday Donald Trump asked him to “rescind” the 2020 election, remove Joe Biden from the White House and reinstate Trump.

McCarthy said he planned to talk with the former president about how he would face another impeachment and the recommendation to resign.

And of Trump's guilt, McConnell was equally clear-eyed: "If this isn't impeachable, I don't know what is," he said. There was even talk that McConnell himself might vote to convict Trump in a Senate impeachment trial. 

:tinfoilhat:

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3 hours ago, HellToupee said:

Oh boy

:mellow:

I know, what do you think of what your Republican leaders, McCarthy and McConnell really thought and were saying?

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16 minutes ago, knowledge dropper said:

So your post adds no value to discourse. Thanks for stopping by.  

The Gateway Pundit offers no value to discourse.  Thanks for stopping by.

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