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  1. #1
    stl1 Space Nigga
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  2. #2
    Firekrochfatty African Astronaut
    That was brilliantly done. I have Nurse friends on the front lines in New Orleans... 60% mortality rate. working with inadequate equipment, homemade masks, a nightmare. The heads of this country knew this was coming. They played it if it was nothing...and of-course blame everyone else... Donald's lipstick knows no bounds. He's a fucking coward.
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    aldra JIDF Controlled Opposition
    How are they able to make so many tiktok dancing videos if they're that swamped
  4. #4
    -SpectraL coward [the spuriously bluish-lilac bushman]
    What's laughable is how stupid you'd have to be to think Trump will not win the 2020 election by a landslide. Joe Biden?? Really?? The child sniffer with a pay-for-play crook son? Hahahahaha That's going to beat a guy with all the accomplishments Trump has under his belt? Get real. Stop sniffing the airplane glue. Grow up. Wake up.
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    aldra JIDF Controlled Opposition
    Yeah I can't imagine Biden actually winning, but I hope he does. It'll be even funnier than when Trump won
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    -SpectraL coward [the spuriously bluish-lilac bushman]
    Hilarious watching CNN's fake-as-all-fuck radical leftist fake news anchor Chris Cuomo get demolished and exposed all to shit for faking his quarantine. Fox News found the witness and put him on the show to tell all. Too much.

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    Originally posted by aldra Yeah I can't imagine Biden actually winning, but I hope he does. It'll be even funnier than when Trump won

    no i assure you trump have higher replay value.
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    he tells over 600,000 lies per minute!
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    Trump had told 100,000 lies. That's an average of over 300 per day. He clearly hates America and is a real life nazi that worships Adolf Hitler

    https://www.cnn.com/2020/02/22/politics/fact-check-trump-56-false-claims-february-new-hampshire-rally/index.html

    Trump introduced "The Snake," a song whose lyrics he uses as an allegory for what he claims is the danger posed by migrants who seem harmless, and said, "This was a song from the 1950s, Al Green..." he said at a February 10 campaign rally in Manchester, New Hampshire

    LIE DETECTED!!!!

    Facts First: Trump was wrong both about who sang the song and about when the song was released. "The Snake" is an Al Wilson song from 1968, not an Al Green song from the 1950s.
    The song was written by Oscar Brown Jr. in 1963; Brown's daughters have complained about Trump's appropriation of their father's words, saying Brown, who died in 2005, would have opposed Trump's agenda and message.



  10. #10
    stl1 Space Nigga
    Originally posted by -SpectraL What's laughable is how stupid you'd have to be to think Trump will not win the 2020 election by a landslide. Joe Biden?? Really?? The child sniffer with a pay-for-play crook son? Hahahahaha That's going to beat a guy with all the accomplishments Trump has under his belt? Get real. Stop sniffing the airplane glue. Grow up. Wake up.





    The New York Times

    Nervous Republicans See Trump Sinking, and Taking Senate With Him

    Jonathan Martin and Maggie Haberman


    WASHINGTON — President Trump’s erratic handling of the coronavirus outbreak, the worsening economy and a cascade of ominous public and private polling have Republicans increasingly nervous that they are at risk of losing the presidency and the Senate if Mr. Trump does not put the nation on a radically improved course.

    Many Republicans believe President Trump’s daily news briefings are inflicting grave damage on his political standing. The scale of the G.O.P.’s challenge has crystallized in the last week. With 26 million Americans now having filed for unemployment benefits, Mr. Trump’s standing in states that he carried in 2016 looks increasingly wobbly: New surveys show him trailing significantly in battleground states like Michigan and Pennsylvania, and he is even narrowly behind in must-win Florida.

    Democrats raised substantially more money than Republicans did in the first quarter in the most pivotal congressional races, according to recent campaign finance reports. And while Mr. Trump is well ahead in money compared with the presumptive Democratic nominee, Joseph R. Biden Jr., Democratic donors are only beginning to focus on the general election, and several super PACs plan to spend heavily on behalf of him and the party.

    Perhaps most significantly, Mr. Trump’s single best advantage as an incumbent — his access to the bully pulpit — has effectively become a platform for self-sabotage.

    His daily news briefings on the coronavirus outbreak are inflicting grave damage on his political standing, Republicans believe, and his recent remarks about combating the virus with sunlight and disinfectant were a breaking point for a number of senior party officials.

    full article @ http://www.msn.com/en-us/news/elections-2020/nervous-republicans-see-trump-sinking-and-taking-senate-with-him/ar-BB13bhRy?li=BBnb7Kz&ocid=UE01DHP
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    Originally posted by stl1 The New York Times

    Nervous Republicans See Trump Sinking, and Taking Senate With Him

    Jonathan Martin and Maggie Haberman


    WASHINGTON — President Trump’s erratic handling of the coronavirus outbreak, the worsening economy and a cascade of ominous public and private polling have Republicans increasingly nervous that they are at risk of losing the presidency and the Senate if Mr. Trump does not put the nation on a radically improved course.

    Many Republicans believe President Trump’s daily news briefings are inflicting grave damage on his political standing. The scale of the G.O.P.’s challenge has crystallized in the last week. With 26 million Americans now having filed for unemployment benefits, Mr. Trump’s standing in states that he carried in 2016 looks increasingly wobbly: New surveys show him trailing significantly in battleground states like Michigan and Pennsylvania, and he is even narrowly behind in must-win Florida.

    Democrats raised substantially more money than Republicans did in the first quarter in the most pivotal congressional races, according to recent campaign finance reports. And while Mr. Trump is well ahead in money compared with the presumptive Democratic nominee, Joseph R. Biden Jr., Democratic donors are only beginning to focus on the general election, and several super PACs plan to spend heavily on behalf of him and the party.

    Perhaps most significantly, Mr. Trump’s single best advantage as an incumbent — his access to the bully pulpit — has effectively become a platform for self-sabotage.

    His daily news briefings on the coronavirus outbreak are inflicting grave damage on his political standing, Republicans believe, and his recent remarks about combating the virus with sunlight and disinfectant were a breaking point for a number of senior party officials.

    full article @ http://www.msn.com/en-us/news/elections-2020/nervous-republicans-see-trump-sinking-and-taking-senate-with-him/ar-BB13bhRy?li=BBnb7Kz&ocid=UE01DHP

    what did jéw yoke times said about trumps prospect of winning on november 7 2016 ?
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  12. #12
    stl1 Space Nigga
    He'll be in the insane asylum banging his head against the padded walls blaming Hillary for his demise.
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    -SpectraL coward [the spuriously bluish-lilac bushman]
    Originally posted by stl1 The New York Times

    Nervous Republicans See Trump Sinking, and Taking Senate With Him

    Jonathan Martin and Maggie Haberman


    WASHINGTON — President Trump’s erratic handling of the coronavirus outbreak, the worsening economy and a cascade of ominous public and private polling have Republicans increasingly nervous that they are at risk of losing the presidency and the Senate if Mr. Trump does not put the nation on a radically improved course.

    Many Republicans believe President Trump’s daily news briefings are inflicting grave damage on his political standing. The scale of the G.O.P.’s challenge has crystallized in the last week. With 26 million Americans now having filed for unemployment benefits, Mr. Trump’s standing in states that he carried in 2016 looks increasingly wobbly: New surveys show him trailing significantly in battleground states like Michigan and Pennsylvania, and he is even narrowly behind in must-win Florida.

    Democrats raised substantially more money than Republicans did in the first quarter in the most pivotal congressional races, according to recent campaign finance reports. And while Mr. Trump is well ahead in money compared with the presumptive Democratic nominee, Joseph R. Biden Jr., Democratic donors are only beginning to focus on the general election, and several super PACs plan to spend heavily on behalf of him and the party.

    Perhaps most significantly, Mr. Trump’s single best advantage as an incumbent — his access to the bully pulpit — has effectively become a platform for self-sabotage.

    His daily news briefings on the coronavirus outbreak are inflicting grave damage on his political standing, Republicans believe, and his recent remarks about combating the virus with sunlight and disinfectant were a breaking point for a number of senior party officials.

    full article @ http://www.msn.com/en-us/news/elections-2020/nervous-republicans-see-trump-sinking-and-taking-senate-with-him/ar-BB13bhRy?li=BBnb7Kz&ocid=UE01DHP

    Where's the proof Republicans are nervous? Are we just supposed to take the "good word" of a bunch of leftist fake news Dem shills?
  14. #14
    MexicanMasterRace Naturally Camouflaged
    Originally posted by aldra Yeah I can't imagine Biden actually winning, but I hope he does. It'll be even funnier than when Trump won

    There's significantly more left leaning than right leaning people in this country. The major issue is that young people don't vote. It's like 30-40% compared to 70% of elderly, who tend to be more conservative leaning.

    It's really only a matter of time before someone like Bernie wins. I feel like Trump was the last big push. He didn't even win popular vote which normally means you lose the election. You can tell me I'm bitching about electoral votes but the fact is that Trump won by the skin of his teeth against Hilary who many Democrats straight up despised. I don't think Biden elicits as strong of a response and he's also got the Obama factor to help him.

    Plus there's the whole swash tide thing. If Trump wins 2020, a Democrat will win 2024. If a Democrat wins 2020, a Republican will win in '24 or '28. This has been pretty consistent through America's history with these polarizing politicans. Like how after Abraham Lincoln (R) we had Andrew Johnson (D). After Nixon/Ford we had Jimmy Carter. The pendulum swings one way, then the other. Black president? How about a racist president! And events like COVID-19 only quicken the swing.

    Every single War in American history has seen another party take office either by the end of the war or during. We have not had more than 2 consecutive presidents of the same party since 1929. It always switches. No party other than the Democrat-Republican party has ever held office for more than 16 years in a row. And if you look at recent history, the pendulum is swinging less and less towards the red, and more and more towards the blue. Republican party will probably be completely wiped out in the next 100 years.
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    -SpectraL coward [the spuriously bluish-lilac bushman]
    Originally posted by MexicanMasterRace There's significantly more left leaning than right leaning people in this country. The major issue is that young people don't vote. It's like 30-40% compared to 70% of elderly, who tend to be more conservative leaning.

    It's really only a matter of time before someone like Bernie wins. I feel like Trump was the last big push. He didn't even win popular vote which normally means you lose the election. You can tell me I'm bitching about electoral votes but the fact is that Trump won by the skin of his teeth against Hilary who many Democrats straight up despised. I don't think Biden elicits as strong of a response and he's also got the Obama factor to help him.

    Plus there's the whole swash tide thing. If Trump wins 2020, a Democrat will win 2024. If a Democrat wins 2020, a Republican will win in '24 or '28. This has been pretty consistent through America's history with these polarizing politicans. Like how after Abraham Lincoln (R) we had Andrew Johnson (D). After Nixon/Ford we had Jimmy Carter. The pendulum swings one way, then the other. Black president? How about a racist president! And events like COVID-19 only quicken the swing.

    Every single War in American history has seen another party take office either by the end of the war or during. We have not had more than 2 consecutive presidents of the same party since 1929. It always switches. No party other than the Democrat-Republican party has ever held office for more than 16 years in a row. And if you look at recent history, the pendulum is swinging less and less towards the red, and more and more towards the blue. Republican party will probably be completely wiped out in the next 100 years.

    It always switches because it's all fake. The "two party system" is nothing more than a clever illusion, to project the lie that you have a choice. You don't. It's really just one party: Them. Trump has nothing to to do with this Them Party, except so far as to use them as a tool to get what he's going after, and what he's going after is America First.
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    Originally posted by -SpectraL and what he's going after is America First.

    is this why their jacking up their covid death toll, so that america is 1st,

    on the casualty list ?
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    -SpectraL coward [the spuriously bluish-lilac bushman]
    Originally posted by vindicktive vinny is this why their jacking up their covid death toll, so that america is 1st,

    on the casualty list ?

    Trump has a really bad habit of following the "advice" of his idiot "advisers". This is not the first time.
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