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Friday Talking Points -- #MoscowMitch

[ Posted Friday, July 26th, 2019 – 17:47 UTC ]

We're going to wait until the talking points to fully delve into the catchy hashtag #MoscowMitch, because we feel the point being made is an important one that may just get a whole lot more attention over the next month or so (if the Democrats are capable of following through, that is -- always an open question). Suffice it to say for now that Mitch McConnell is taking an absolutely indefensible stand by essentially aiding and abetting America's enemies.

The big story of the week this week, however, was Robert Mueller's testimony before two different House committees. Our reactions to this spectacle weren't exactly what everyone else in the media focused on, but then that's not saying very much since everyone else was grading Mueller on whether his televised testimony was sufficiently entertaining enough to get high viewer ratings. We sincerely wish we were making that up, but we are not.

Instead, we wondered about the talking point that Democrats in the first committee -- for once -- were universally insistent upon using, usually at the very end of their allotted time. But does the phrase "no one is above the law" actually mean anything anymore? Would an incoming Democratic president really spend their political capital on going after Trump in the courts in a big way, or would the impetus to "move on and look forward" be too strong to resist? It's a fair question, especially when you consider what Barack Obama did when he first entered office. But anyway, we wrote all about that earlier in the week.

The other rather irreverent reaction we had to the hearings was very specific. At one point, a Republican questioner used a phrase which should have immediately generated a forceful Democratic response. After all, if they're not willing to smack this down, then who will be? What I would have dearly loved to have heard at that point would have gone something like this:

"Point of order, Mr. Chairman. POINT OF ORDER!!! My Republican colleague just used a phrase that is meaningless because the entity he described does not actually exist. I would like to move that he be given the chance to withdraw and amend his remarks, or that they be stricken entirely from the record. To state the obvious, there is no such thing as the 'Democrat National Committee.' It does not exist. Such a blatant error should not be allowed in our committee's testimony in any way. How big an idiot would I appear if I used the phrase 'Republic National Committee,' after all? So I would move that the remarks be either withdrawn and amended or stricken from the record completely, as a point of order."

Seriously, when are Democrats going to push back on this idiocy? Republicans think it is some sort of slur to use "Democrat" when they should say "Democratic," which has never really made much sense to begin with, but when one of them tries to do so in official committee testimony misstating the official name of the party's central committee, then Democrats really should push back as hard as parliamentary rules allow them to.

Hmmmph.

The Mueller testimony was the focus of the week, of course, but that focus went pretty fuzzy for most mainstream media sources, television and print combined. The real story, we were told, was that Mueller simply wasn't good television and therefore Democrats would instantly cease trying to impeach Donald Trump. A few voices in the wilderness pushed back against this silliness, most notably in Salon:

If they were reporting on the news, the takes and the headlines would read much differently. They would say things such as, "Mueller testimony reveals extent of criminality in Trump's orbit" and "Mueller affirms that Trump could be arrested for felony crimes after leaving office." Other exciting headlines, based on what was actually said, could read, "Republicans use misinformation and conspiracy theories to try to discredit Mueller" and "Trump's greed, immorality led him to betray country, hearing reveals."

But that's real news, the sort that is based on actually listening to the hearing and reporting on the contents, instead of playing video games on your phone and waiting for the music to swell so you know that it's finally, after all that jibber-jabber about DOJ protocols and investigative practices, about to get good.

This article also referenced a rather amusing tweet from The Atlantic writer Adam Sewer: "The putatively objective press has internalized Trump's own metrics for evaluating public events. Mueller testified that the president is an unprosecuted felon. His testimony however, lacked a compelling musical number."

The one Democrat on the committee who really stood out was its chairman, Adam Schiff. Schiff took his time to run down some very basic questions with Mueller. The answers were just about the only real viral moments of the hearings, as Schiff got Mueller to confirm that his investigation was not a witch hunt, that Russian interference in our elections was not a hoax, and that his report in no way vindicated Donald Trump. Which proves how much Trump has been lying about what the report said, for months now.

There were other media articles written which took a much more sober and intensive look at Mueller's testimony, such as the one Politico ran (claiming Mueller's performance was "awesome"), but for the most part such nuance was pretty hard to find, as everyone else obsessed over the TV ratings of two congressional hearings. Again, we sincerely wish we were making this up, but we are not.

In international news, the United Kingdom got its very own orange clown with bad hair to lead their country. Let's see if their experiment turns out any better than ours! We should know this pretty soon, since Brexit is now slated to happen on Hallowe'en (seriously -- who agreed to that date?!?). Ivanka Trump cheefully welcomed Boris Johnson to the job of "Prime Minister of the United Kingston," which somehow sounds like a Jamaican soccer team. The tweet was swiftly deleted, but not before everyone had a big laugh about her idiocy on the internet (of course).

Elsewhere in the Caribbean, a "PR problem" got solved (so to speak), as the governor of Puerto Rico officially threw in the towel after a significant portion of the island's populace turned out in a gigantic protest against him. He had initially tried to get away with not resigning but merely announcing he would not seek re-election, but that simply was not good enough for Puerto Rico's people. After hundreds of thousands of them protested over the weekend, the governor finally announced his upcoming resignation.

Moving further afield, Trump cavalierly spoke of incinerating 10 million people this week. No, really -- here's what he said in an interview: "If I wanted to win that war, Afghanistan would be wiped off the face of the earth, it would be gone, it would be over literally in 10 days and I don't want to go that route. I just don't want to kill 10 million people." Um, we suppose that's something to be thankful for, at the very least.

In the same region, Donald Trump made a claim about his dealings with the leader of India this week that was just a product of his own twisted imagination. Here's the story:

"I was with Prime Minister Modi two weeks ago," Trump recalled. "He actually said, 'Would you like to be a mediator or arbitrator?' I said, 'Where??' He said, 'Kashmir.' Because this has been going on for many, many years. I was surprised at how long it's been going on," Trump added, revealing his lack of knowledge about the history of the conflict.

Trump added: "I'd love to be a mediator."

This simply did not happen. As the story later points out:

Indian government spokesman Raveesh Kumar flatly repudiated Trump's claim less than an hour after the White House meeting.

Kumar tweeted India's response, assumably so that Trump would actually read it and pay attention to it:

We have seen @POTUS's remarks to the press that he is ready to mediate, if requested by India & Pakistan, on Kashmir issue. No such request has been made by PM @narendramodi to US President.

Both Indians and Native Americans were pushing back on Trump this week, as the New York Times published a piece by Representative Deb Haaland of New Mexico, who is one of two Native American women to be elected to Congress. Haaland pushed back on the president's racist "go back home" nonsense against the other freshmen Democratic House members in a big way, as only a Native American truly can do:

The president and his followers lack the moral authority to tell anyone to leave this country because they are not indigenous to this land. The fact that the president claims this country as his own and wants to keep everyone in their place proves that he doesn't understand his place. I question the standing of anyone who would call to send my sisters and colleagues... or any other American "back." As a 35th-generation New Mexican and a descendant of the original inhabitants of this continent, I say that the promise of our country is for everyone to find success, pursue happiness and live lives of equality. This is the Pueblo way. It's the American way.

Note that "35th-generation" remark, which gives Haaland the moral standing any relative newcomer like Trump will never have.

Let's see, what else? We celebrated the 50th anniversary of the first lunar landing last week, marking a half-century since Neil Armstrong flubbed his lines. For a long time, history books given to children reported that what he said after first setting foot upon the moon was: "That's one small step for a man, one giant leap for mankind." However, the actual tape shows he skipped over that important "a" in there, making the phrase almost circular in logic: "That's one small step for man, one giant leap for mankind." But as always, everyone forgives him the flub, since his intended quote is such an astoundingly historic thing to utter on such a momentous occasion. Personally, we enjoyed hearing from Michael Collins during the coverage of the anniversary, since he was the forgotten third man who never actually got to walk on the lunar surface. He only got one song out of his feat, "For Michael Collins, Jeffrey, And Me" by Jethro Tull, so it was good to see him get another moment in the sun.

And finally, we have to close on a bit of trolling, because some student shamed Trump in a very big way this week. In a speech in from of "Turning Point USA," a conservative group hosting a Trump speech to students, an image of the presidential seal was projected behind Trump. Except it wasn't the official seal at all. It was a spoof with a double-headed Russian eagle clutching a set of golf clubs (rather than arrows) and a wad of cash (rather than olive branches). Above the eagle's two heads was the phrase: "45 is a puppet" in Spanish.

HuffPost tracked down the guy who created the image (which he used to sell some T-shirts online), who was vastly amused by the whole thing:

But the man who created the doctored, satirical seal has only kind words for whoever pulled the stunt.

"I love them," said Charles Leazott, a former Republican and graphic designer who was tracked down by The Washington Post on Thursday. Leazott created the seal as a joke just after the 2016 election and told the Post he never expected it to blow up in the news.

The designer said he couldn't be sure whether the person who chose his graphic was "wildly incompetent or the best troll ever," but suspects the explanation given by the conservative group Turning Point USA, which hosted Trump, is nonsense. Turning Point said the seal ended up onscreen due to a last-minute error in finding a high-resolution image to project behind the president.

Personally, we think his fake seal is entirely appropriate for Donald Trump. Heh.

 

Most Impressive Democrat Of The Week

Filmmaker Michael Moore deserves at least an Honorable Mention this week, for a performance on last night's Late Night With Seth Meyers. Moore laid out a very simple two-part plan Democrats should use to win back the presidency in 2020, and it sounds like a pretty good idea to us.

First, nominate a candidate who is likeable. That's harder than it might first sound, but it is crucial. We need someone people can root for head-to-head against Donald Trump. Also, the candidate needs to be a "street fighter" in order to hold their own against Trump in a debate and on the campaign trail. A likeable guy or gal who is a street fighter sounds like a great idea, to us.

Second, use ballot initiatives wherever possible to boost voter turnout. According to Moore, Democrats won big in Michigan in 2018 for a big reason: there were two very popular voter initiatives on the ballot, one to legalize recreational marijuana use and one to outlaw gerrymandering. Both passed with large majorities.

So for Moore's prescription of nominating a likeable street fighter and pushing popular ballot measures as a way to boost Democratic turnout (specifically in Midwestern states), we have to say that's worthy of at least an Honorable Mention.

But this week we're going to give the coveted Most Impressive Democrat Of The Week award to Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi once again. During a very contentious week, Pelosi managed to tamp down a lot of the drama within her caucus, and she negotiated a budget deal with the White House that means the debt ceiling won't be taken hostage until at least after the 2020 elections. This budget deal was a compromise with the Republicans, of course, but as always Pelosi got more out of the dealmaking that the GOP. She got a bigger boost in non-military spending than in military spending, and she agreed to finally bury the concept of the "sequester" -- which was always an accounting fiction to begin with.

Not everyone in Pelosi's caucus was a big enough fan of the budget deal to vote for it, but she did manage to get 219 Democratic votes, which would have meant (if it had been necessary) that she could have passed the bill without a single Republican vote. That's a show of strength.

Pelosi was far better at whipping votes than President Trump was, it should also be noted. Although Trump leaned hard on the House Republicans, only 65 of them (out of 197) voted for the budget bill. That's a show of weakness.

Pelosi wrapped up the week by appearing at an event to celebrate the first 200 days of the Democratic House. She gave a short speech where she laid out what Democrats will be campaigning on as they put as much pressure on the GOP Senate as they can over the August break:

We promised to lower health care costs and have sent ten bills to the Senate to reduce prescription drug prices, protect the pre-existing conditions, and reverse the GOP sabotage of health care.

We promised lower health care costs, increase workers' paychecks, and we gave 33 million workers a pay raise by raising the minimum wage, passed paycheck fairness, equal pay for equal work and passed key investments in job creating infrastructure as well as protecting the pensions of our workers.

Lower health care costs, bigger paychecks, cleaner government. We promised to clean up corruption and, in March, we passed H.R. 1, the For The People Act to reduce big, dark money in politics, advance fair and secure elections and restore ethics to government. And, at the same time, fight against any foreign intervention into our elections.

While the media has completely ignored it, the House under Pelosi has actually been passing significant bills which would make the lives of millions upon millions of Americans a lot better. The Senate refuses to act on any of them. This presents a very clear case to the voters about which party has a forward-looking agenda and which one can only say "No" to any good idea the other side has -- because they've completely run out of ideas of their own. That's a pretty good picture to paint out on the campaign trail, and it is all possible because while the media obsessed over every shiny object in her first 200 days, Pelosi was busy passing bill after bill after bill.

So taken in total, we have to say that Nancy Pelosi is the obvious choice for this week's Most Impressive Democrat Of The Week. Here's hoping the next six months can be as productive in Pelosi's House as the first six months.

[Congratulate Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi on her official contact page, to let her know you appreciate her efforts.]

 

Most Disappointing Democrat Of The Week

This is fairly low-level, involving only a candidate for a state legislative office, but it is so odious that we feel it rises to the level of a Most Disappointing Democrat Of The Week award. Here's the full and sordid story:

A former Florida state House candidate who claimed to have removed 77 bullets from 32 victims of the Pulse nightclub shooting has admitted the harrowing story was a lie.

According to documents released by the state Department of Health on Wednesday and reported by online media outlet Florida Politics, Democrat Elizabeth McCarthy, who was running for House District 28, came clean during an investigation of the matter.

"It is a false statement. I just made it up," she said. "I wanted to be somebody in the community, and I'm sorry. I'm sorry that I gave any impersonation. I knew it was wrong and I should have stopped -- by no means did I ever mean to put anybody in jeopardy."

During an Orlando town hall discussion on gun safety in March, which was hosted by Rep. Darren Soto (D-Fla.), McCarthy was introduced as an emergency room doctor, and painted a vivid picture of her response to the 2016 shooting at the LGBTQ venue, which left 50 people dead, including the gunman.

"The night of Pulse I was working at Orlando Health, and you're never prepared for it, we've never experienced something like that, something so horrific," she said.

McCarthy then described her wing of the hospital as having been set up "like an assembly line" with teams extracting bullets, preparing victims for operations and performing surgeries.

"The hardest part for me was wheeling a body into the morgue and hearing the cellphones of people that had passed where their loved ones were trying to reach out to them and they couldn't obviously answer," she said.

The then-candidate's speech became even more personal when she noted that "because I'm gay, it struck me even harder," calling the victims "my people."

Florida Politics didn't take her at her word, and instead investigated her story. They found that McCarthy had never been issued a state medical license. She had previously worked as a registered nurse, but never as a doctor. After initially denying the facts Florida Politics uncovered, she finally decided to end her campaign after her lie was so badly exposed.

This is seriously beyond the pale, folks. Making yourself the hero of your own narrative is fine and good, within the confines of your own mind. But telling such tales in public, and then actually running for office on them as a foundation shows a serious lack of humility, to say the absolute least. And a serious lack of intelligence, we might add.

While she's gone from the campaign trail, her problems aren't completely over, though:

She now faces charges from the Florida Department of Health for fabricating her career as a doctor. The department is seeking $1,000 in fines in addition to $2,095 in investigative costs, according to the Orlando Sentinel.

Attempting to perpetrate a hoax over an incident in which many people died is one of the worst reasons we can remember for awarding the MDDOTW. The whole incident, in a word, is downright disgusting.

So even though this is a low-level office and a candidate not an officeholder, we still had to give this week's Most Disappointing Democrat Of The Week to Elizabeth McCarthy of Florida. She should really be hanging her head in shame, right about now.

[Elizabeth McCarthy is no longer a candidate for public office and is a private citizen. It has always been our policy not to provide contact information for such persons, sorry.]

 

Friday Talking Points

Volume 535 (7/24/19)

We realize this is the second week in a row without discrete talking points, but today we were struck by a news story that seemed awfully familiar to us. Because Joe Scarborough echoed an idea we wrote about last month, and (Joe having a much bigger audience than we do) it immediately went viral with a very catchy hashtag. This all ties in with the announcement earlier this week that Democrats plan to make this a very big deal on the campaign trail over the next month. Now, we're not going to attempt to claim any sort of credit for these developments, but see for yourself where we are now versus (at the end) where we urged Democrats to go, last month.

Our story begins with ex-Republican Joe Scarborough, excoriating Mitch McConnell on his Morning Joe cable show, for blocking every effort (both Democratic and bipartisan) to shore up America's election system to protect it from Russian attacks. Here's the part that went viral:

[President Donald Trump] is aiding and abetting [Russian President] Vladimir Putin's ongoing attempts to subvert American democracy, according to the Republican F.B.I., C.I.A., D.N.I., intel committee. All Republicans are all saying Russia is subverting American democracy and Moscow Mitch won't even let the Senate take a vote on it. That is un-American.

Immediately thereafter, "#MoscowMitch" began trending on Twitter.

Mitch McConnell deserves the abuse, and as much more of it that Democrats can dish out during August town hall meetings. Last year, he halted a bipartisan bill to require all states to use paper ballots and conduct post-election audits. This year, he stalled the same bill. This week, not only did Robert Mueller sound the alarm on election security and Russian attempts to breach it, but so did F.B.I. Director Christopher Wray and the Senate's own Intelligence Committee.

HuffPost went into more detail:

State election officials are anxious and underfunded, some running systems with outdated software and scrounging for replacement parts off e-Bay.

And on Thursday a report from the Senate Intelligence Committee concluded all 50 states were targeted in 2016 and ahead of the 2018 election "top election vulnerabilities remained."

But there's no help coming from Congress.

It's a risky calculation heading into 2020, when the stakes will be high for an election that could see record turnout as President Donald Trump runs for a second term. Primary voting is six months away.

Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell on Thursday blocked a House-passed bill that would authorize $775 million to beef up state election systems. GOP leaders made the case that the Trump administration has already made great strides in protecting the vote and they say no more funding is needed.

The Senate Democratic leader, Chuck Schumer of New York, called inaction by Congress a "disgrace" and pledged to keep pushing for votes. Mueller's testimony "should be a wake-up call," he said.

"Leader McConnell, let me read you that sentence," Schumer said from the Senate floor, citing Mueller's testimony Wednesday before the House committees about Russian interference. "'They're doing it as we sit here, and they expect to do it in the next campaign.'"

It's not just McConnell who is guilty of aiding and abetting our enemies, but he's obviously the ringleader:

"The Russians are absolutely intent on trying to interfere with our elections," F.B.I. Director Christopher Wray told the Senate Judiciary Committee on Tuesday.

The next day, only hours after Mueller testified to the same effect, Sen. Cindy Hyde-Smith of Mississippi, a Republican, blocked two election-security bills and a measure regarding cybersecurity for Senate staff.

Democrats had hoped to pass a pair of bills requiring campaigns to alert the F.B.I. and the Federal Election Commission if they received offers of assistance from abroad. Another bill would allow the sergeant-at-arms to offer voluntary assistance to help secure the personal devices and accounts of senators and their staff.

Hyde-Smith blocked all the bills without offering any explanation for her action or stating whether she made the motion by herself or on behalf of her party. Her move is generally in keeping with Republican arguments that Congress has already responded to election security issues, which primarily fall on state officials.

. . .

Last month, another freshman senator, Republican Marsha Blackburn of Tennessee, blocked similar legislation. The Secure Elections Act, co-sponsored by Sen. James Lankford of Oklahoma and backed by Sen. Lindsey Graham of South Carolina and Sen. Susan Collins of Maine, all Republicans, would streamline cybersecurity information-sharing between federal intelligence agencies and state election authorities and provide security clearances to state election officials. It would also make relevant grants eligible to local jurisdictions.

When Republicans controlled the House last summer, they eliminated new funding for states to strengthen election security. After years of unsuccessfully trying to defund the federal Election Assistance Commission (E.A.C.), Republicans defeated a bill to extend funding for a state grant program meant to ensure that the voting process is secure.

The E.A.C. is the sole federal agency that exclusively works to secure the integrity of the democratic process. It has worked with the F.B.I. to examine an attack on the agency's computer systems by a Russian-speaking hacker after Trump's election.

Late last month, the Democratic House majority passed an election security measure that authorized an additional $600 million to states as well as $175 million every other year to bolster election infrastructure. The bill would also require voting systems to use paper ballots as a backup to electronic systems, and would require that all 50 states conduct audits after elections. A recent analysis by the Associated Press found that many of the 10,000 election jurisdictions nationwide use old or outmoded operating systems to create their ballots, program voting machines, tally votes and report counts.

All but one Republican in the House opposed the bill. The day after Mueller's testimony, Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell blocked the bill in the Senate.

Finally, Democrats are beginning to realize the political potency of this issue, and it looks like they'll be hammering on it throughout the August break. The gift of the #MoscowMitch tag is merely icing on the cake, as it were. Even before Mueller testified, Democrats were signaling they'd be making this a big political issue, as well they should:

"The only people that are stopping these kinds of common-sense measures from becoming law of the land are... leader McConnell and President Trump," Sen. Mark Warner of Virginia, the Senate Intelligence Committee's top Democrat, said during a Capitol Hill press conference.

While Republicans and Democrats alike have attempted to pass a variety of legislation to improve election security over the past two years in response to Russian interference, McConnell has repeatedly stood in the way of the bills and argued against the need for a greater federal role to protect voting.

"We're talking about low-hanging fruit that, if it came to the floor of the Senate, they would pass with close to 80-plus votes," he added, referencing previously introduced measures that would require states to use paper ballots and conduct post-election audits, impose sanctions on Russia if it attempted to interfere again and mandate that campaigns contact law enforcement if contacted by a foreign power.

When it comes to election security, McConnell "is not afraid of the Russians. He's afraid of the United States Senate, a Republican-controlled Senate," according to Senate Minority Whip Dick Durbin (D-Ill.).

McConnell would "rather run the risk that we would have an election result that doesn't reflect a democratic vote" than tackle the issue, he said. "That, to me, is a low point in the history of this country."

. . .

Rep. John Sarbanes (D-Md.), who chairs the House Democracy Reform Task Force, said the chamber had tried to accommodate McConnell by breaking out the ballot box security provisions from a larger measure that was a grab-bag of election reform efforts.

But now "that's piling up on the Senate side against the door that Mitch McConnell has barred when it comes to protecting our democracy," Sarbanes said, noting that last month the House passed a Democrat-backed bill that would require election systems to use voter-verified paper ballots.

"The alarm bells are going off, the lights are flashing and Mitch McConnell is blithely sleepwalking through it all," he said.

Sen. Ron Wyden (D-Ore.), a member of the Intelligence Committee, predicted that a "host" of foreign nations will look to interfere in 2020 and that local and state officials "don't have the funds" to fend off such an onslaught.

He said that he and other Democrats would act as "election security Paul Reveres" over the August recess to warn of the looming threats.

That's an ominous phrase if ever we heard one, for Republicans. After all, it's pretty hard to defend what McConnell is doing. No matter how hard he tries, "making elections safe and fair" is just never going to sound partisan in any way to American voters -- instead it's going to sound like a pretty good idea to make elections safer and more fair. But Republicans have painted themselves into the corner of explaining why having paper ballots that can be counted later is some sort of dastardly Democratic plot.

Obviously, it isn't. And obviously, Democrats should be making this case. Loudly. As we mentioned, over a month ago we prodded the Democrats to do precisely this, using the same phrase Joe Scarborough began with. In an article titled "Aiding And Abetting The Enemy," we suggested some boilerplate speechifyin' Democrats should be using out on the hustings. The only thing we'd really change would be to sprinkle the taunt "#MoscowMitch" throughout, but that's a pretty easy edit to make. In any case, to close on, here's what we wrote back then:

When America has been attacked in the past, politicians in Washington have put aside partisan differences to meet these dangers head-on, standing together. We unite in times of crisis to battle America's enemies. That has been a bedrock of our democracy for over two centuries. But now we are under attack again, and one party seems content to just sit back and let it happen.

This is a disgrace. I'd like to ask all Republicans in the Senate what they think Ronald Reagan would say about standing up to a Russian attack on our elections, if he were still alive today. What would Ronnie do? Allow Mitch McConnell to aid and abet the Russians by refusing to even consider legislation to protect the foundation of our democracy -- our free and fair elections? Or would Reagan fight back against Russia? Which do you think is more likely?

For over a half-century, one of the Republican Party's core beliefs was the existential threat Russia posed to America. They have thrown all that out the window, folks. They are now content to allow Moscow to attack our elections with impunity. There are House bills waiting for action in the Senate to fight back against these attacks, but Mitch McConnell doesn't want to give the Democrats a political "win" by bringing them to a vote. There are bipartisan bills written by Senate Democrats and Republicans together which are also being ignored by McConnell. This is an absolute disgrace.

Every member of Congress swears an oath to protect and defend the Constitution against all enemies foreign and domestic, but Republicans are allowing Mitch McConnell to shirk this defining duty. We call on every Republican who cares about defending America from foreign attack to demand that Mitch McConnell end his petty partisan posturing and allow the United States Senate to get to work on legislation to protect American elections. Anything less is a blatant dereliction of duty.

-- Chris Weigant

 

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218 Comments on “Friday Talking Points -- #MoscowMitch”

  1. [1] 
    Chris Weigant wrote:

    Note:

    Obviously, this was written before (or, more accurately, during) the impeachment news from Pelosi broke today. So that's why I didn't mention it...

    -CW

  2. [2] 
    Paula wrote:

    Here's a brief video released by the House Judiciary Dems, to "dramatize" the Mueller hearings:

    https://twitter.com/HouseJudiciary/status/1154858893094400001

    It's been an exhausting week but I think we've gotten there -

  3. [3] 
    Michale wrote:

    From the previous commentary..

    As long as Democrats don't do anything stupid,

    Hehehehehe You DO realize that Dumbocrats are FAMOUS for doing "stupid" stuff, right???

    Impeaching the POTUS when 70% of Americans don't want it..

    THAT certainly qualifies.. :D

  4. [4] 
    Michale wrote:

    Attempting to perpetrate a hoax over an incident in which many people died is one of the worst reasons we can remember for awarding the MDDOTW. The whole incident, in a word, is downright disgusting.

    So even though this is a low-level office and a candidate not an officeholder, we still had to give this week's Most Disappointing Democrat Of The Week to Elizabeth McCarthy of Florida. She should really be hanging her head in shame, right about now.

    And not a SINGLE person here condemned that Democrat moron when the incident was brought to light..

    Proof positive that it's ALL about the -D/-R... Party slavery at it's finest...

  5. [5] 
    Michale wrote:

    Well, the entirety of the TPs can be summed up this way...

    AARRRGGGHHH!!!! THE RUSSIANS ARE COMING!!! THE RUSSIANS ARE COMING!!!!!

    Which is so frakin' hilarious because it's a bona fide FACT that we wouldn't be hearing ANYTHING about it if Hillary had won the election... :eyeroll:

    And what's even MORE hilarious is that it's DUMBOCRATS who have been blocking VOTE SECURITY for a decade!!!

    Because the ONE THING that we can do to really shore up the defenses of our voting process is to ensure that ONLY those who are LEGALLY able to vote, do so..

    Yunno.. PICTURE ID...

    So, please... Spare me the crocodile tears over alleged VOTE insecurity..

    Democrats haven't cared about VOTE security for a decade...

  6. [6] 
    Michale wrote:

    And in other news..

    Supreme Court: Trump can use Pentagon funds for border wall
    https://apnews.com/5d893d388c254c7fa83a1570112ae90e

    Once again, President Trump wins at the SCOTUS... :D

    Nope....

    STILL not tired of winning.. :D

  7. [7] 
    Michale wrote:

    WASHINGTON (AP) — The Supreme Court cleared the way Friday for the Trump administration to tap billions of dollars in Pentagon funds to build sections of a border wall with Mexico.

    The court’s five conservative justices gave the administration the greenlight to begin work on four contracts it has awarded using Defense Department money. Funding for the projects had been frozen by lower courts while a lawsuit over the money proceeded. The court’s four liberal justices wouldn’t have allowed construction to start.

    The justices’ decision to lift the freeze on the money allows President Donald Trump to make progress on a major 2016 campaign promise heading into his race for a second term. Trump tweeted after the announcement: “Wow! Big VICTORY on the Wall. The United States Supreme Court overturns lower court injunction, allows Southern Border Wall to proceed. Big WIN for Border Security and the Rule of Law!”

    Ouch!! Democrats must be SMARTING from that bitch-slap from the SCOTUS, eh?? :D

  8. [8] 
    Michale wrote:

    The lawsuit at the Supreme Court was brought by the American Civil Liberties Union on behalf of the Sierra Club and Southern Border Communities Coalition. The justices who lifted the freeze on the money did not give a lengthy explanation for their decision. But they said among the reasons they were doing so was that the government had made a “sufficient showing at this stage” that those bringing the lawsuit don’t have a right to challenge the decision to use the money.

    Yep, that's exactly right.. They have no case because they have no cause..

    :D

  9. [9] 
    Michale wrote:

    ACLU lawyer Dror Ladin said after the court’s announcement that the fight “is not over.” The case will continue, but the Supreme Court’s decision suggests an ultimate victory for the ACLU is unlikely. Even if the ACLU were to win, fencing will have already been built.

    Do you hear that, Trump/America haters??

    Hear it???

    "That's the sound of inevitability..."
    -Agent Smith, THE MATRIX

    :D

  10. [10] 
    Michale wrote:

    EXCLUSIVE: Ilhan Omar SPLITS with her husband and moves into luxury penthouse as she heads for SECOND divorce with father of her three children

    Minnesota Congresswoman Ilhan Omar and her husband Ahmed Hirsi – the father of her three children – have split, DailyMail.com has learned exclusively

    Omar left her husband and has moved into a penthouse apartment in one of Minneapolis's trendiest neighborhoods

    'Wow,' said Hirsi, when approached about the split by DailyMail.com. 'I can't comment on that. I'm sorry, I just can't say anything'

    Omar did not return calls requesting comment from DailyMail.com by deadline

    The news comes as critics are demanding Omar answer questions about whether she married her own brother in a successful bid to get him into the US

    'Obviously we are proud that a Somali-American has been elected — but we just think it is the wrong Somali-American,' a community leader told DailyMail.com

    Omar first married Hirsi in an Islamic ceremony in 2002 when she was 19, but six years later they 'reached an impasse in our life together,' and divorced

    In 2009, Omar married Ahmed Nur Said Elmi, a British citizen, who has been identified as her brother - but this has not been proven

    Omar had a third child with Hirsi in 2012, even though she was still legally married to Elmi - who she divorced in 2017 and married Hirsi in 2018
    https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-7287273/Ilhan-Omar-SPLITS-husband-father-three-children.html

    This THIRD Husband rumored to be Omar's son from a previous PREVIOUS marriage.. :D

    Funny how Dumbocrats carp on an on about President Trump's alleged immorality, but don't care one whit when the face of the Democrat Party marries siblings to commit immigration fraud...

    Once again.. ONLY the -D/-R dynamic is in play...

    Nothing else matters.. :eyeroll:

  11. [11] 
    Michale wrote:

    Drazkowski told DailyMail.com that Omar may be 'the most crooked politician in Minnesota history.

    'She seems to have a deep and pervasive disdain for the law which is ironic given the fact that she is a United States lawmaker,' he added. 'Marrying your brother is a violation of the law in Minnesota.

    'Ilhan Omar has already established a lengthy and extraordinary record of legal convictions and fines,' he said, referring to a $500 fine she was levied for campaign finance violations on top of $3,500 in donations that she had to repay. 'This is a record upon which a House Ethics Committee should begin its investigation.

    'But first she needs to come forward and tell us the truth. She won't even identify her own siblings at this stage.'

    Judicial Watch president Tom Fitton said: 'The evidence is overwhelming. Rep. Omar may have violated the law and House rules.

    'The House of Representatives must urgently investigate and resolve the serious allegations of wrongdoing.'

    Fitton said she should be investigated for perjury, immigration fraud, marriage fraud, state and federal tax fraud and federal student loan fraud.

    Yep, Democrats don't mind crooked politicians who are corrupt..

    As long as they are DEMOCRAT.... :eyeroll:

  12. [12] 
    Kick wrote:

    CW: Attempting to perpetrate a hoax over an incident in which many people died is one of the worst reasons we can remember for awarding the MDDOTW. The whole incident, in a word, is downright disgusting.

    It truly is beyond the pale when anyone does this and immediately brings to my mind a bit of GOP debate history:

    How did he keep us safe when the World Trade Center -- the World -- excuse me [as the crowd booed]. I lost hundreds of friends! ~ Donald Trump, South Carolina debate, February 13, 2016

    After the debate, a Senator from South Carolina commented:

    This is clearly getting under Donald Trump's skin. I hope the people of South Carolina will send a message to Donald Trump that we don't like Putin, we like W. ~ Senator Lindsey Graham

    So don't bore us with all the bullshit about nobody ever mentioning Trump/Putin until after election day; that is the real hoax being perpetrated on this country. Need I remind the Trump sycophants that Lindsey Graham happened to be the one who encouraged John McCain to turn over the Steele Dossier to the FBI long before the election? Graham couldn't help himself; he spoke about Trump and Putin in early 2016, but I digress.

    The next day when questioned about the debate and his "hundreds of friends," Trump changed his statement to "many, many friends" who died on 9/11. When his campaign was then repeatedly asked by journalists for a list of Donald Trump's friends who died on 9/11, not a single one was given. Further research revealed that Trump had zero friends who died on 9/11 and that he had attended zero funerals of those who were murdered... not a single one.

    The research did uncover a statement made by Trump on 9/11 bragging about his building now being "the tallest":

    40 Wall Street actually was the second-tallest building in downtown Manhattan and it was actually, before the World Trade Center, was the tallest — and then, when they built the World Trade Center, it became known as the second tallest, and now it’s the tallest. ~ Donald Trump, September 11, 2001, phoning in to WWOR-TV

    No mention in the phone call the day of the incident about his concern for his "hundreds of friends" in the Twin Towers or regarding their whereabouts, but he did mention one who bought the tower who hadn't moved in yet.

    Ask yourself what kind of person it would take to seek to boost himself in a political debate by claiming a connection to hundreds of American citizens who were murdered in one of the worst attacks on this country in our nation's history, who would brag the same day that thousands of people were murdered that his building was now the tallest, and what kind of person would turn a blind eye and lie repeatedly about Russia's involvement with his campaign when he knew full well what was taking place?

    That kind of repeated pathological lying in order to advance a personal agenda says a lot about a person like Trump, but what does it say about our lawmakers, representatives, and electorate if we shrug and keep ignoring this grifting con?

  13. [13] 
    Michale wrote:

    Obviously, this was written before (or, more accurately, during) the impeachment news from Pelosi broke today. So that's why I didn't mention it...

    So, what's yer thoughts on it??

    To correct an earlier contention, it's not 70% of Americans who are against impeachment, it's 61%...

    So, do you think it's a good idea considering almost 2/3rds of Americans are against impeachment?

    Further, by starting impeachment against President Trump, does this mean that Democrats are conceding they can't win at the ballot box??? :D

    Enquiring minds want to know.. :D

  14. [14] 
    Michale wrote:

    It truly is beyond the pale when anyone does this and immediately brings to my mind a bit of GOP debate history:

    BBBWWAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAH

    Victoria's response to this utterly contemptible Democrat..

    "But!! But!! But!!! GOP DOES IT TOO!!!"

    BBBWWAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA

  15. [15] 
    Michale wrote:

    Funny how ya'all get so damn hysterical and accuse ME of "whataboutery" (which facts show it's not) yet ya'all indulge in it yerselves..

    More facts to support the point that hypocrisy is a requirement to be a Dumbocrat...

    :D

  16. [16] 
    Michale wrote:

    Supreme Court paves way for Trump administration to use military funds for border wall

    The Supreme Court sided with the Trump administration on Friday in lifting a freeze backed by a lower court that had halted plans to use $2.5 billion in Pentagon funds for border wall construction.

    The decision, which split the bench along ideological lines, allows the administration to move ahead with plans to use military funds to replace existing fencing in California, Arizona and New Mexico.
    https://www.foxnews.com/politics/supreme-court-paves-way-for-trump-administration-to-use-military-funds-for-border-wall

    Who could have POSSIBLY predicted this!!???

    Oh... Wait.. :D hehehehehehehe

  17. [17] 
    C. R. Stucki wrote:

    'Republican' is a noun. 'Democratic' is an adjective. If members of the 'democratic' party are Democrats, why, in the name of consistency, are not members of the Republican party 'republics'?

    Chris (and pretty much all Dems) want to spend large amounts of "feel-good" $ to protect the state voting machines from Russian hackers.

    Evidently they don'r realize that the state voting machines are NOT CONNECTED TO THE INTERNET, and are therefore immune from "hacking".

    When Mueller (and everybody else) talks about "Russian interference in the American democratic process", they mean either exposing DNC emails that reveal that the Democratic party is totally undemocratic in the way they conduct their primaries, OR that "fake news" is being spread on social media for the purpose of "sowing discord" among the American electorate."

    If the American electorate is really that dumb, I say more power to the Ruskies!

  18. [18] 
    Michale wrote:

    Chris (and pretty much all Dems) want to spend large amounts of "feel-good" $ to protect the state voting machines from Russian hackers.

    Evidently they don'r realize that the state voting machines are NOT CONNECTED TO THE INTERNET, and are therefore immune from "hacking".

    Shhhhhhhhh Don't mess up their delusion...

    If the American electorate is really that dumb, I say more power to the Ruskies!

    Yep..

    The ONE undeniable fact in all this is that there is not a single solitary fact that indicates a single solitary vote was changed from Hillary to Trump...

    Couple THAT with the FACT that from Odumbo on down, EVERY SINGLE person who has commented has stated unequivocally for the record that the outcome of the election was "NOT AFFECTED WHATSOEVER"...

    Given these FACTS, the **ONLY** conclusion is that Democrats are playing politics and using fear-mongering...

  19. [19] 
    Kick wrote:

    Michael

    Victoria's response to this utterly contemptible Democrat..

    What part of "it truly is beyond the pale when anyone does this" is confusing, Michael?

    "But!! But!! But!!! GOP DOES IT TOO!!!"

    I'm talking about Trump doing the same thing, you illiterate asshole, not the GOP.

    You know, Michael, there's a better job for you than Trump cock holster if only you had any reading comprehension skills... and a brain that wasn't full of the commenters on this board who roam freely around in it looking for signs of gray matter in the vast reaches of all that empty effing space.

  20. [20] 
    Michale wrote:

    Given the fact that Dumbocrats lost AGAIN at the Supreme Courty, it is becoming abundantly clear that Obama judges are simply throwing a monkey-wrench in to President Trump's plans, regardless of any valid legal merit (or in this case, NO valid legal merit) of their positions..

    In short, Obama judges are not doing their jobs, they are pushing their Partisan anti-America agenda...

  21. [21] 
    Michale wrote:

    You know, Michael,

    I've just collapsed it into about a dozen comments now that I've invoked "HIDDEN" and relegated it to its proper place of invisibility. Be gone! And so it is.
    -Victoria

    BBBWWAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA

    A proven liar.... :D

  22. [22] 
    Michale wrote:

    PWNED!!!!!! :D

  23. [23] 
    Kick wrote:

    Michale
    21

    It turns on and off, you fucking idiot!

    I'm looking for a brain cell here in your head in order to try to pound that fact into it. I turned on my flashlight and I see nothing in here except Balthy, Russ, and Neil. I just know the others are in here somewhere.

    McConnell is Putin's Mitch.
    Trump is Putin's Bitch.
    Michael is Trump's Cock Holster.

    Sure, it doesn't rhyme, but it's a fact. :D

  24. [24] 
    Kick wrote:

    To correct an earlier contention, it's not 70% of Americans who are against impeachment, it's 61%...

    Still wrong, Mike. It's only 40 something percent who are against impeachment. Try again, dumbass! :)

  25. [25] 
    Michale wrote:

    It turns on and off, you fucking idiot!

    So, in other words, you were LYING when you said:

    I've just collapsed it into about a dozen comments now that I've invoked "HIDDEN" and relegated it to its proper place of invisibility. Be gone! And so it is.

    You CAN'T block me because I live rent free in your head..

    BBBWWAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA

    VICTORIA PWNED!!!! :d

  26. [26] 
    Michale wrote:

    Still wrong, Mike. It's only 40 something percent who are against impeachment. Try again, dumbass! :)

    Despite these findings, American voters say 61 - 33 percent that Congress should not begin the process to impeach President
    https://poll.qu.edu/national/release-detail?ReleaseID=2628

    Don't you EVER get tired of being PROVEN beyond all doubt that you are full of shit??

    BBBBWWAHAHAHAHAHAHAAHAHAHAHAHAHHAHAHAHA

    VICTORIA PWNED!!!!

  27. [27] 
    Michale wrote:

    American voters disapprove 64 - 25 percent of the way Democrats in Congress are handling the issue of impeachment and disapprove 59 - 24 percent of the way Republicans in Congress are handling impeachment.

    OVER 2/3rds of Americans disapprove of the way Democrats are handling the issue of impeachment..

    Balthy said "as long as Democrats don't do anything stupid"....

    Pissing off 2/3rds of the electorate certainly qualifies..

  28. [28] 
    Michale wrote:

    Of course, all of the afore requires an adherence to polls as facts.

    Which ya'all have PROVEN beyond any doubt that ya'all do...

    :D

  29. [29] 
    Michale wrote:

    I just know the others are in here somewhere.

    As I have proven beyond ANY doubt...

    You don't know shit.... :D

    VICTORIA PWNED!!!

    :D

  30. [30] 
    italyrusty wrote:

    I am at a loss to understand why the Republicans are uninterested in guaranteeing election security. Can they be so devoid of imagination (or brain capacity) to ignore the possibility that other countries might hack the elections for the Democratic presidential candidate?
    China would love to see Trump lose. Trump is more hostile to our allies than our enemies around the world. So if one believes that the world is really run by a 'Star Chamber', whose side would they be on? :)

  31. [31] 
    Michale wrote:

    Of course, we have all of ya'all's hysterical "THE RUSSIANS ARE COMING!!! THE RUSSIANS ARE COMING!!! fear mongering...

    No, McConnell Isn’t ‘Moscow Mitch’
    https://news.yahoo.com/no-mcconnell-isn-t-moscow-201736631.html

    And then we have the FACTS..... :eyeroll:

    Dumbocrats have already PROVEN they don't want VOTE Security..

    That's why they constantly oppose REAL VOTE Security like Photo ID...

  32. [32] 
    Michale wrote:

    I am at a loss to understand why the Republicans are uninterested in guaranteeing election security.

    You obviously don't understand, as you say..

    All of this has NOTHING to do with VOTE Security...

    VOTING is a STATE issue and these bills that Dumbocrats wanted push into areas that are reserved for the State and the State only..

    Once you ignore the hysterical fear mongering and look at the basic FACTS, understanding follows..

    Assuming one is not a Party slave, of course..

    Trump is more hostile to our allies than our enemies around the world.

    Facts to support??

    Any facts at all???

    No???

    Of course not...

    :eyeroll:

  33. [33] 
    Michale wrote:

    China would love to see Trump lose.

    And Democrats would LOVE to help China do that..

    SO, what's yer point???

  34. [34] 
    Kick wrote:

    Michael

    Like I said: What part of "it turns on and off" is confusing, you fucking idiot!?

    Every single one of us can turn your bullshit on and off at will, and so we do so when necessary. It's no lie, you brain dead fucking moron! Your bullshit mountain just disappears at will. It's awesome!

    We love you, Charlie Brown! :)

  35. [35] 
    Michale wrote:

    Like I said: What part of "it turns on and off" is confusing, you fucking idiot!?

    No.. You said:

    I've just collapsed it into about a dozen comments now that I've invoked "HIDDEN" and relegated it to its proper place of invisibility. Be gone! And so it is.

    Obviously you are NOT blocking me, I am NOT "HIDDEN" as you claimed..

    So I proved, once again, how full of shit you are.. :D

    VICTORIA PWNED!!!

    Every single one of us can turn your bullshit on and off at will, and so we do so when necessary.

    And yet, you can't bring yourself to do it.. Because I live rent free in your head..

    BBBWWAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA

    VICTORIA PWNED!!!!

  36. [36] 
    Michale wrote:

    Your bullshit mountain just disappears at will. It's awesome!

    And yet, here you are.. STILL responding to me..

    If it's so awesome to make me "disappear" as you claim..

    WHY CAN'T YOU DO IT!!???

    The answer is simple..

    I OWN YOU

    BBBWWAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA

    VICTORIA PWNED!!!

  37. [37] 
    Kick wrote:

    Michael
    35

    I've been turning your shit on and off for years, Mike; we all have... just don't always announce it when we do.

    It's not even the first time it's been discussed here, but it is definitely a new day, and you are most certainly the biggest fucking idiot troll with absolutely no continuity of thought who has to cover the same shit over and over because you're the board moron with the same lame skanky stale cut-and-paste routine who can't remember shit. Hence, the program invented especially for you.

    Please bookmark this comment, Mike, so no one else has to explain it again after the clock strikes midnight and your brain turns back into an Orange Trumpkin and it's all same shit, different day and you bleating the same shit over and over because you're that fucking stupid. :)

  38. [38] 
    Michale wrote:

    You simply can't comprehend the LOSE LOSE situation I forced you in, Victoria..

    Like President Trump always does to Democrats, I have forced you into a position that, no matter WHAT you do, you lose..

    If you block me, you prove you have absolutely NO SELF CONTROL whatsoever and you cede the battlefield to me..

    If you DON'T block me, you prove how much I live in your head and what a liar you are for claiming you block me..

    Either way, YOU are the luser!!! :D

    BBBBWWAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA

  39. [39] 
    Kick wrote:

    Michale
    36

    If it's so awesome to make me "disappear" as you claim..
    WHY CAN'T YOU DO IT!!???

    Like I said, fucking idiot. I can and do. We all can.

    The answer is simple..

    Apparently not simple enough for you. You need it in single syllable words, Mike? Okay, let me try dumbing it down to your comprehension level:

    We turn you off at will when we want to... not when you tell us to. Dumb Mike!

    I OWN YOU

    You can't afford me, Mike, you penniless fucking bitch slapped loser! :D

  40. [40] 
    Michale wrote:

    I've been turning your shit on and off for years, Mike; we all have..

    Yea, that's yer claim..

    But I have already proven you a liar so everyone knows yer full of shit..

    They just won't admit it because yer a fellow Party slave...

    It's not even the first time it's been discussed here, but it is definitely a new day, and you are most certainly the biggest fucking idiot troll with absolutely no continuity of thought who has to cover the same shit over and over because you're the board moron with the same lame skanky stale cut-and-paste routine who can't remember shit. Hence, the program invented especially for you.

    And yet, you CAN'T use it!!! :D

    BBBWWAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHHA

    Please bookmark this comment, Mike, so no one else has to explain it again after the clock strikes midnight and your brain turns back into an Orange Trumpkin and it's all same shit, different day and you bleating the same shit over and over because you're that fucking stupid. :)

    And yet, you hang on my EVERY WORD!!!

    BBBWWAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA

    VICTORIA PWNED!!!!!

    :D

  41. [41] 
    Michale wrote:

    Like I said, fucking idiot. I can and do. We all can.

    And yet, you DON'T!! :D

    You can't afford me, Mike,

    Yer right.. I can't afford to keep you in your crack... SO you'll have to whore yourself out to make the money for yer crack...

    But I DO own your will and a nice large piece of real estate in your head.. I have plenty of room, what with your pea brain and all.....

    You simply CAN'T IGNORE me...

    BBBWWAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA

    VICTORIA PWNED!!!!

  42. [42] 
    Kick wrote:

    Mike
    38

    You simply can't comprehend the LOSE LOSE situation I forced you in, Victoria..

    It's a keyboard, Mike. Try not get too excited, m'kay!?

    Like President Trump always does to Democrats, I have forced you into a position that, no matter WHAT you do, you lose..

    Suck that orange cock, Mike! Suck it faster, you Trump cock holster.

    I'm not a Democrat, but you are definitely a Trump cock holster!

    If you block me, you prove you have absolutely NO SELF CONTROL whatsoever and you cede the battlefield to me..

    It's a keyboard in your stench hole, Mike. I've been blocking your shit on and off for years now. No big deal, Mike! Cool your little jets, sparky!

    If you DON'T block me, you prove how much I live in your head and what a liar you are for claiming you block me..

    You're a rube, Mike. I've been blocking you on and off for years. We all have. It proves nothing more than we get tired of your repetitive shit that varies rarely and little else.

    You've also proven that you get your jollies being a troll, and you've definitely proven you're a Trump cock holster. :D

  43. [43] 
    Kick wrote:

    Michael
    41

    Yer right..

    Yes, I am right. You are a troll who gets his jollies by referring to a keyboard as a "battlefield." That's really creepy, Mike.

    I can't afford to keep you in your crack... SO you'll have to whore yourself out to make the money for yer crack...

    I thought we had agreed to stop talking about your wife and family, Mike. No one here wants to hear about your family life in the stench hole. We've told you before on numerous occasions when you were bragging about being a "player" and your lives as whores that it was TMI.

    But I DO own your will and a nice large piece of real estate in your head.. I have plenty of room, what with your pea brain and all.....

    Troll harder, Trump cock holster! :)

    You simply CAN'T IGNORE me...

    We all can, Mike. And we all do! We just don't always announce it, you fucking idiot!

    _______________

    You're nothing but a fucking troll, Mike. Thank you so much for allowing me to prove that today. You should be so proud. My work is definitely done here.

    It's a wrap!

    And scene!

  44. [44] 
    Michale wrote:

    We all can, Mike. And we all do! We just don't always announce it, you fucking idiot!

    Yea.. You have proven it this morning how well you can "ignore" me..

    BBBWWAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAAHAHAHAHAHA

    VICTORIA PWNED!!!!

    My work is definitely done here.

    RUN AWAY!!!! RUN AWAY!!!!!

    BBBBWWAAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA

    VICTORIA PWNED!!!!!

  45. [45] 
    Michale wrote:

    And still another take.. :D

    DEMS HIT A WALL
    Pelosi, Schumer reel as Supreme Court sides with Trump on $2.5B border plan

    It's hilarious.. Here in Weigantia, Victoria got PWNED by yours truly...

    And in DC, Dumbocrats got PWNED by President Trump!!!

    What a glorious day it's going to be!!! :D

  46. [46] 
    Michale wrote:

    Victoria,

    I also noticed how you got yer ass handed to you with the 61% of Americans don't want impeachment..

    You said it was more like 40% and I PROVED how full of shit you are.. :D

    But that's OK..

    I've just collapsed it into about a dozen comments now that I've invoked "HIDDEN" and relegated it to its proper place of invisibility. Be gone! And so it is.
    -Victoria

    Everyone already knows you are full of shit.. :D

    VICTORIA PWNED!!!!!

    :D

  47. [47] 
    Michale wrote:

    Democrats reacted with disappointment to Friday's Supreme Court ruling allowing the Trump administration to divert $2.5 billion in Pentagon funds for border wall construction.

    The 5-4 ruling, which broke along ideological lines, means President Trump can tap into military funds to begin work to replace fencing along the southern border in California, Arizona and New Mexico. Earlier this month, the 9th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals in San Francisco had agreed with a lower-court ruling that prevented the government from tapping that funding.

    Trump declared a national emergency along the border to get up to $8.1 billion for wall construction, including the $2.5 billion from the Defense Department. He called the ruling a big win for "Border Security and the Rule of Law."

    "Wow! Big VICTORY on the Wall. The United States Supreme Court overturns lower court injunction, allows Southern Border Wall to proceed. Big WIN for Border Security and the Rule of Law!" he tweeted.

    Way ta go President Trump!!!! :D

  48. [48] 
    Michale wrote:

    You're nothing but a fucking troll, Mike.

    You shouldn't talk about your current boyfriend of the week like that..

    Or did he run out of batteries???

    Suck that orange cock, Mike!

    We all really don't need to know what your boyfriend does.. But since you are going into detail about your boyfriend, let me ask ya this.. When you bring your tricks home do you let your boyfriend suck their dicks???

    VICTORIA:"Honey I am home. Been a real busy day on the street corner... But I made forty five dollars and 50 cents.."
    Victoria's BF:"Jesus christ, crack whore!! Who paid you 50 cents!!???
    VICTORIA:"ALL of them, silly!!"

    Troll harder, Trump cock holster! :)

    And NOW you are going on and on about your mother... Jeeze, Victoria.. Way too much information..

    Oh, wait.. Maybe it's you FATHER you are talking about...

    Which is it, Victoria?? Is it your mother or your father who is the cock holster???

    BBBWWAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHUAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAH

    I can imagine how utterly disappointed they are in their crack whore of a daughter, turning tricks on the corner for 50 cents a pop...

    VICTORIA PWNED!!!

  49. [49] 
    Michale wrote:

    The President’s Son Was ATTACKED While With Friends In Chicago — Secret Service SWARM!

    It’s a known fact that leftists have no tolerance for free speech. They genuinely are a disease to the freedom and liberty that we enjoy. But what happened to President Trump’s son Eric is off the map.

    Eric told Breitbart News that he was attacked by an employee of an upscale restaurant when she spat on him after he entered the premises.
    https://thepoliticalinsider.com/the-presidents-son-was-attacked-while-with-friends-in-chicago-secret-service-swarm/?utm_medium=referral&utm_source=mixi&utm_campaign=thepoliticalinsider

    Democrats :eyeroll:

  50. [50] 
    Michale wrote:

    Eric showed his restraint and forgiveness by not pressing charges despite the seriousness of having a bigoted stranger commit a disgusting and contemptible act like this. I’m not sure I agree with this. I think political violence is in danger of escalating rapidly, and it needs serious consequences to nip it in the bud.

    Mr Trump proves he is head and shoulders above scumbag Dumbocrats when it comes to class.....

  51. [51] 
    Michale wrote:

    Victoria,

    , you fucking idiot!

    It's not very nice to talk about your father like that...

    Well, he disowned you so it's understandable you hate him..

    You pretty much hate everyone, don'tcha Victoria... :eyeroll:

  52. [52] 
    Michale wrote:

    Bob Mueller’s Bad Day
    https://tinyurl.com/y5c7v2p7

    What a fitting end to the patsy's career.. :(

  53. [53] 
    Michale wrote:

    Robert Mueller’s much anticipated congressional testimony wasn’t the end of the beginning as Democrats had hoped — the start of a new, more serious phase in the fight to impeach Trump — but very likely the beginning of the end.

    Yep... Dumbocrats have nowhere to go but down..

    Impeachment has struggled to get the support of Democratic members of Congress, it doesn’t rate in public opinion polls, and Robert Mueller did nothing to give it a jump-start with his testimony on Wednesday.

    61% of Americans don't want President Trump impeached..

    Dumbocrats are earning their moniker with this boneheaded move.. :D

    But they are doing exactly what I told them to do.. So, it's all good.. :D

  54. [54] 
    Michale wrote:

    He stayed within the four corners of the fact and judgments already written down in his report. Rather than adding performative sizzle, he often knew less about his work product than his interlocutors on the right and on the left, and he regularly asked for questions to be repeated. He didn’t even attempt to answer what is the precedent or authority for his not-exonerated standard, even though Republicans were obviously going to press him on it. If this had been a confirmation hearing, he would have flunked.

    Yep.. His performance was THAT bad...

    It’s just as well that Mueller didn’t perform the function that Democrats hoped he would. He’s already violated, at minimum, the spirit of the special-counsel regulations that were meant to closely tether special counsels to standard Justice Department operating procedures rather than empower them to serve up de facto impeachment referrals to Congress. This is what Mueller’s office did anyway (with Justice Department officials hesitant to exercise proper supervision lest they, too, be accused of obstruction of justice). It’s even more inappropriate for a special counsel to go and talk about the conduct of someone, in this case, the president of the United States, who hasn’t been indicted or even accused of a crime.

    Of course if the America hating Hillary sycophant team was going to be "appropriate" they wouldn't have tried to engineer this coup in the first place...

    Trump’s critics say that the only thing that stopped Mueller from charging Trump was the Office of Legal Counsel guidance against indicting a sitting president. They briefly got their hopes up when the special counsel seemed to say as much, in an exchange with Representative Ted Lieu, but Mueller had been unclear and revised and extended his remarks. As the report says, he never reached a judgment on whether or not Trump has committed the crime of obstruction.

    Yea, our very own cock-holster Russ, tried to pass that bullshit off as fact.. Of course he was bitch-slapped all over the forum by yours truly and ran away to lick his wounds...

    Dumbocrats didn't get ANYTHING new from Mueller.. And even DEMOCRATS condemned Mueller performance as an utter disaster...

  55. [55] 
    Michale wrote:

    Where does this leave us? If Democrats are going to impeach Trump, they will now have to do so without the hope of Mueller’s making their case for them — and with less hope than ever of rallying most of the public. As for the Republicans, they will understandably be even more motivated to learn more about the origins and the conduct of the investigation, given that Mueller performed more like a poorly briefed figurehead for a staff-driven operation rather than its leader.

    Mueller's testimony proved one thing beyond any doubt.. He was nothing but a figure-head.. A patsy to support the delusion that this was an actual investigation instead of the coup attempt it really was..

    The make-up of the team, all Hillary sycophants confirms this as fact..

    But they failed.. And, I bet, they are as astonished as they were when President Trump won the election..

    They CONSTANTLY under-estimate President Trump..

    And THAT is why President Trump always wins.. :D

  56. [56] 
    Michale wrote:

    Something Loius Farrakhan and David Duke can agree on.
    :eyeroll:

    https://media.townhall.com/Townhall/Car/b/afb072719dAPC20190726064613.jpg

  57. [57] 
    Michale wrote:

    https://media.townhall.com/Townhall/Car/b/payn_c16715120190727120100.jpg

    Like I said.. A Patsy...

    Once you get past all the mumbo jumbo spin, you are left with one incontrovertible FACT...

    Odumbo and his minions used Federal intelligence assets and agencies to spy on the opposing Party's campaign..

    "These are the facts of the case. And they are undisputed."
    -Captain Smilin' Jack Ross, A FEW GOOD MEN

  58. [58] 
    Michale wrote:
  59. [59] 
    Michale wrote:
  60. [60] 
    Michale wrote:
  61. [61] 
    Michale wrote:

    Let's travel back in time and look at the southern border under Odumbo...

    https://media.townhall.com/Townhall/Car/b/afb072419dAPC20190724024508.jpg

    So dead on ballz accurate, it's scary...

  62. [62] 
    Michale wrote:

    California has opted for a redesign of their state flag...

    https://media.townhall.com/Townhall/Car/b/stg072119dAPC20190720094506.jpg

  63. [63] 
    Michale wrote:

    Don’t call it a burger! Meat industry fights back as interest grows in plant-based food
    https://www.foxnews.com/food-drink/mississippi-vegan-food-makers-battle-over-whats-meat

    Another no brainer...

    If it's NOT beef, you can't call it beef..

    If it's NOT hamburger, you can't call it a hamburger..

    If it's NOT bacon, you can't call it bacon...

    DUH.....

  64. [64] 
    Michale wrote:

    First, nominate a candidate who is likeable. That's harder than it might first sound, but it is crucial. We need someone people can root for head-to-head against Donald Trump. Also, the candidate needs to be a "street fighter" in order to hold their own against Trump in a debate and on the campaign trail. A likeable guy or gal who is a street fighter sounds like a great idea, to us.

    Yea... Great idea..

    Then explain to me how a Dem candidate who supports open borders, throwing ALL Americans off their private healthcare plans they like and promises to give Crimmigrants free full healthcare......

    Explain to me how a candidate can become "likable" to Independents, NPAs and Trump voters...

    {{{cchhiiirrrpppppppp}}} {{{cccchhhhhiiirrrrrrppppp}}}

    Yea... That's my take too... :D

    There is simply NO WAY *ANY* of the Dim candidates (save Biden) will appeal to Independents, NPAs and Trump voters..

    Add to THAT, Democrats are taking actions that almost TWO THIRDS of Americans oppose???

    And there is simply NO PATH to victory for the Dem Candidate...

    NO......PATH.....TO.....VICTORY......

    Even if Biden is the nominee, there is ALSO no path to victory, albeit for different reasons...

    So, no matter how ya'all wanna spin it or slice it..

    NO PATH TO VICTORY....

  65. [65] 
    Kick wrote:

    Everyone

    Anyone interested in the recent polling I was referring to regarding impeachment statistics versus the outdated bullshit the board troll pulled out of his ignorant ass, you are welcome to the newer data along with some other interesting figures showing Trump's disapproval rating at 57%:

    POLITICO/Morning Consult, 07/25/2019

    POL13: As you may know, the first step toward removing a president from o?ce is impeachment. Do you believe Congress should or should not begin impeachment proceedings to remove President Trump from o?ce?

    37% Yes, Congress should begin impeachment proceedings
    46% No, Congress should not begin impeachment proceedings
    16% Don’t know/No opinion

    https://www.politico.com/f/?id=0000016c-2f87-d23a-adec-bfb73c1b0001

    If Fox News is more your "thing," their most recent impeachment polling data:

    Support for impeaching Trump and removing him from office has stayed between 39-43 percent since June 2018. Currently, 42 percent of voters support that approach. Another 5 percent want him impeached but not removed, while 45 percent oppose impeachment altogether.

    FOX News, July 21-23, 2019

    Should President Trump Be Impeached
    And Removed From Office?

    42% Impeached And Removed
    5% Impeached, But Not Removed
    45% Not Impeached

    So to recap: The "40 something percent" figure to which I was referring is the most recent polling data from multiple polls versus data that is over a month and a half old.

    For historical comparison, when hearings against Nixon began, data regarding those in favor of impeachment were around the mid 20 range... so Trump is beating Dick with a solid high 30s to low 40s percentage! Winning! :)

  66. [66] 
    Michale wrote:

    The Left’s Weaponization of Journalism.
    The mainstream media has designated violent left-wing activists as a protected class, sparing them the treatment any purported right-wing violence receives.

    https://humanevents.com/2019/07/22/the-lefts-weaponization-of-journalism/

    And the morons around here said that they won't condemn AntiFa terrorism "Because {I} want them to!"

    Get that??? I am totally in control of these morons, that they won't do what they KNOW is morally and ethically right, simply because of what I say..

    BBBWWAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA

    There can be no better proof of that they are PWN'ed than that right there..

  67. [67] 
    Michale wrote:

    The media’s coverage of the Tacoma ICE facility shooting demonstrates why they deserve the “fake news” moniker.

    “I regret that I will miss the rest of the revolution. Doing what I can to help defend my precious and wondrous people is an experience too rich to describe. I am Antifa,” wrote Willem Van Spronsen.

    Given Van Spronsen’s unambiguous, self-proclaimed association with Antifa and his history of activism on behalf of the group, his motivation for attempting to carry out a violent, presumably murderous act against the staff at an immigrant detention facility in Tacoma, Washington was clear.

    “I am Antifa” leaves little room for debate.

    CNN, however, interprets these three incriminating words differently:

    “The motive behind the armed man’s pre-dawn attack is unclear.”

    This is why REAL and patriotic Americans don't trust the Leftist MSM...

    Because they KNOWINGLY and WILLINGLY spew Left Wing Democrat bullshit...

  68. [68] 
    Michale wrote:

    It may or may not be intentional, but the benefit of the doubt is selectively applied: it’s only present when the act in question is a result of left-wing violence. And the issue isn’t whether or not activist groups should be held accountable for rogue actors, it’s that the media’s standards for association differ profoundly based on political affiliation. They willfully ignore credible leads inconsistent with their narrative.

    The recent hate crime hoax involving Jussie Smollett demonstrates this disparity. Vanity Fair was bold: “Empire’s Jussie Smollett Hospitalized After Racist, Homophobic Attack” as was CNN: “Empire” actor victim of racist and homophobic assault”.

    Following this, the Tacoma attack headlines might have read “ICE agents victim of failed Antifa attack”. That’s an entirely different tone.

    These “mistakes” happen too frequently. The media is trigger happy when it comes to associating an act of violence with racism, homophobia, or any form of bigotry.

    GQ originally published an article entitled “The Racist, Homophobic Attack on Jussie Smollett Is Far-Right America’s Endgame” before changing the title to accommodate recent developments in the case: “GQ made two errors in editorial judgment. We failed to clearly present the post as an opinion piece. And we regret applying unfounded political motivations to then-breaking news with the original headline.”

    Double standards...

    One set of standards that emphasize the Right Wing connections..

    A complete different set of standards dismissing any Left Wing connections...

  69. [69] 
    Don Harris wrote:

    So Michael Moore's call for the Dems to nominate a likable street fighter candidate and support popular ballot measures is worthy of an honorable mention because it would boost Democratic turnout.

    But One Demand where citizens call for what 80% of citizens (popular) would find likeable in candidate and would make the candidate a street fighter against the big money interests is not worthy of any mention at all?

    Is this because it might depress Democratic turnout if the Dems do not meet the demand and might increase the turnout of citizens that vote against both CMPs so that we may develop other choices making the Dems you have no other choice argument no longer believable?

    And Pelosi again for the same old bullshit of claiming to pass legislation that will not get through the Senate or the White House while controlled by the Republicans and will suddenly become off the priority list if the Dems gain control in 2020?

    This does not clearly show that either party has a forward-looking agenda and that both say NO to any good idea from the other side such as One Demand.

    Why do you keep perpetuating the lie that the Democrats and Republicans are on opposite sides when they both work together for the big money interests putting on the show of fake opposition to each other.

    Why do you not address a good idea from the real other side?

    Who is funding CW.com? Is it Pelosi and the DNC?

    Get Real.

  70. [70] 
    Michale wrote:

    Who is funding CW.com?

    AHem... hehehehehe :D

  71. [71] 
    nypoet22 wrote:

    Clearly cw and Pelosi are in cahoots and supported by big cake. Try pie!

  72. [72] 
    Michale wrote:

    Clearly cw and Pelosi are in cahoots and supported by big cake. Try pie!

    Obviously...

  73. [73] 
    James T Canuck wrote:

    There's no ham in a 'Ham'burger...just pointing that out.

    Glad to see everyone getting along, much in the same way a Mongoose and a cobra might coexist.

    "Talk in song from tongues of lilting grace
    Sounds caress my ear
    And not a word I heard could I relate
    The story was quite clear"

    India and Pakistan need Trump like Plant needed help as a lyricist...NOT AT ALL.

    United Kingston, lol, that's the name of our local football team... https://www.kusc.ca/
    Ivanka Frump. What trollop.

    "Director Mueller, could the president be indicted when out of office?"

    "YES"

    MoscowMitch… Come on people, let's call a spade a spade here. Of-fucking-course Mitchski is going to dismiss any and all attempts to stop sane policy to disenable foreign intrusion into US elections. He's a sad old 'republic' (can't) whose time in the sun is about to wane, he'd disavow his own god if it kept the gavel in his hand.

    I see MoscowMitch as the very essence of why conservatism is a doomed-to-die political entity, never mind its inherent incongruencies, it grasping at any straw to survive as its consumed by right-wing populism...in other words, it's a dinosaur...talk about a revolution that devours it young, populism is a movement that devours its elderly, and rightfully so.

    LL&P

  74. [74] 
    Michale wrote:

    "Director Mueller, could the president be indicted when out of office?"

    "YES"

    Yea.. Just like Bush could have..

    Just like Odumbo could have..

    But will it happen??

    "NO"

    Ivanka Frump. What trollop.

    Nothing like attacking a President's daughter..

    Shows what a manly man you are.. :eyeroll:

    Disappear again.. This is a place for adults...

  75. [75] 
    Paula wrote:

    Dana Millbank, one of the most inside-the-beltway conventional-wisdom pundits in DC surprised me, and in a good way:

    Mitch McConnell is a Russian asset.

    This doesn’t mean he’s a spy, but neither is it a flip accusation. Russia attacked our country in 2016. It is attacking us today. Its attacks will intensify in 2020. Yet each time we try to raise our defenses to repel the attack, McConnell, the Senate majority leader, blocks us from defending ourselves.

    Let’s call this what it is: unpatriotic. The Kentucky Republican is, arguably more than any other American, doing Russian President Vladimir Putin’s bidding.

    https://www.dailykos.com/stories/2019/7/27/1874777/-Dana-Milbank-at-the-Washington-Post-goes-there-Mitch-McConnell-is-a-Russian-asset?utm_campaign=trending

  76. [76] 
    Paula wrote:

    Another interesting piece reporting on a new CIVIQs poll: 80% of Americans believe that the Senate should at least have to consider bills passed by the House

    https://www.dailykos.com/stories/2019/7/26/1874663/-80-of-Americans-believe-that-the-Senate-should-at-least-have-to-consider-bills-passed-by-the-House

  77. [77] 
    Michale wrote:

    Daily Kos!!???

    BBBWWAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA

    Yea, THERE is a real reliable source!!!

    Another interesting piece reporting on a new CIVIQs poll: 80% of Americans believe that the Senate should at least have to consider bills passed by the House

    Yea???

    And 61% of Americans don't want Dumbocrats impeaching President Trump..

    Funny as hell how you only listen to Americans when they say what you want to hear...

    Moron...

  78. [78] 
    Paula wrote:

    Apparently Blotus threw out a nasty slur against Elijah Cumming/his Philly district.

    My prediction: as impeachment activities heat up Blotus will continually melt down.

  79. [79] 
    James T Canuck wrote:

    I threw the 'trollop' comment at the kid's table, glad to see you're lapping up the cake fed to you, Michale… I knew you couldn't resist, given most Trumpuppets have tried to distance themselves from the misogynies of Trump's recent comments about the four female lawmakers.

    So wonderfully predictable from the individual who swore never to return here because he completely misunderstood another female related incident...

    I'm seeing a vague trend.

    LL&P

  80. [80] 
    Michale wrote:

    I threw the 'trollop' comment at the kid's table, glad to see you're lapping up the cake fed to you, Michale…

    In other words, you got caught and now yer trying to cover up yer inanity..

    I knew you couldn't resist, given most Trumpuppets have tried to distance themselves from the misogynies of Trump's recent comments about the four female lawmakers.

    I thought they were racist comments about the 4 America hating terrorist loving bitches...

    Get yer story straight.. Moron..

    So wonderfully predictable from the individual who swore never to return here because he completely misunderstood another female related incident...

    You mean when you claimed you would condemn the EXACT same actions against Justice Kavanaugh that you ended up supporting???

    Moron..

    I'm seeing a vague trend.

    All you see is vague.. Because you don't have the intelligence to see anything further..

  81. [81] 
    Michale wrote:

    Apparently Blotus threw out a nasty slur against Elijah Cumming/his Philly district.

    Yea?? For example??

    Yea.. That's what I thought.. Moron...

  82. [82] 
    Michale wrote:

    Gods, what I wouldn't give for a decent intellectual opponent.... !!!!

    Nothing here but a bunch of ignorant Party slaves...

  83. [83] 
    TheStig wrote:

    CRS-17

    Sloppy thinking about the notion that a lack of physical connection to the internet equals security from hacking. The sad part is you are not alone. From an ABC report on that subject:

    Election officials make a consistent point: Their machines are not connected to the Internet, meaning hackers can’t reach them from afar. Nor are they (usually) connected to each other, meaning a hacker would have to attack many machines to change votes on a broad scale.

    “I don’t think anybody can get into our machines, so security wise, I am not concerned about them,” Delaware Election Commissioner Elaine Manlove told ABC News in August.

    Cybersecurity experts, however, aren’t so sure. Sophisticated hackers can breach even those “air-gapped” networks, they say, and voting machines might come into contact with the Internet in other ways. Experts point to potential vulnerabilities along the supply chain of a vote, perhaps in the computers used to program the voting machines or those used to tally the votes.

    “The argument that you have to hack them one by one is a misconception, in my opinion,” DEF CON organizer Harri Hursti told ABC News, because “the programming of the voting machines is always coming from a central location” that could be hacked.

    Practices vary widely county by county , and some states have been more active than others in addressing threats, which can make the overall landscape of vulnerabilities difficult to assess.

    “It’s absolutely a patchwork of strengths and weaknesses,” Halderman said.

  84. [84] 
    Michale wrote:

    Stig...

    What your "experts" are saying is "It COULD happen"

    But they fail to explain HOW it could happen..

    In other words, they are morons serving a Party agenda..

    And you are a moron for thinking they have a point.

  85. [85] 
    Kick wrote:

    TS
    83

    Yes, of course!

    Also, this has been discussed on this board already and a multitude of proof provided to the old man as recently as around -- I am thinking -- 3 months ago (give or take a few days). I'll simply locate it for CRS (suits him) and spoon-feed him yet again… piece of cake... easy as pie... be right back.

    *30-second search*
    *yes, of course, there it is*
    *copy*
    *paste*

    [70] Kick wrote:

    C. R. Stucki
    62

    Educate yourself, old man.

    https://medium.com/@jennycohn1/all-voting-machines-can-be-hacked-including-through-the-internet-8d054645e860

    Newer machines are particularly vulnerable to hacking via differing means, and voter data being shared/hacked is just one of the myriad of ways to "screw" with democracy.

    Any more questions? :)

    [Permalink] [Wednesday, April 24th, 2019 at 18:58 UTC ]

    You're welcome, again, Stucki, but TS and I and those of us on the forum with actual recall ability and continuity of thought have much better things to do than the hashing and rehashing of the same BS over and over for the trolling types on the board who demonstrably lack the intellect/mental ability at learning, retention, etc.

    Now you simply follow that link in the block quote above (that we've already discussed) to discover a myriad of compiled information and resources explaining in multiple ways how easily hackable our voting systems are and the fact that:

    All electronic vote tallies can be hacked through the internet, even if the voting machines themselves are not directly connected to it.

    You've already had months to learn this, now go do it! :)

  86. [86] 
    Kick wrote:

    Paula

    Very interesting! Thank you. :)

  87. [87] 
    C. R. Stucki wrote:

    Stig

    Well, vulnerable or invulnerable, for future elections, there will never be any question about whether the system was hacked or not.

    If the Dems/Libs lose, that will constitute proof positive that the voting systems were compromised. However, if the Dems/libs prevail, that will automatically prove beyond any question that the Russians didn't bother to intervene.

    How gawdam phuqueing convenient for you, right? Heads, you win, tails, we lose!!

    (Of course, for thinking people, that solution should inevitably raise the question, Why did those futhermucker gawdam awful Commies neglect to intervene in the 2018 mid-terms??? But, for those segments of the populace which do not include any "thinking people", there wont be any problem at all!)

  88. [88] 
    Kick wrote:

    C. R. Stucki
    87

    Well, vulnerable or invulnerable, for future elections, there will never be any question about whether the system was hacked or not.

    "The system"!? You're talking about a multitude of thousands of different systems where hacking is always going to be an issue regardless.

    If the Dems/Libs lose, that will constitute proof positive that the voting systems were compromised. However, if the Dems/libs prevail, that will automatically prove beyond any question that the Russians didn't bother to intervene.

    Your lame attempt at humor is actually factual in certain "Blue" areas of the country, for example, California, New York, District of Columbia, etc., where it would be statistically impossible for a Republican to win... and vice versa in "Red" areas. The use of the term "libs" in regards to voting means "Libertarians," so you sound infinitely uninformed to attach it to Democrats used in this context.

    How gawdam phuqueing convenient for you, right? Heads, you win, tails, we lose!!

    Time out while Stucki argues with himself regarding something he said that nobody else did.

    (Of course, for thinking people, that solution should inevitably raise the question, Why did those futhermucker gawdam awful Commies neglect to intervene in the 2018 mid-terms??? But, for those segments of the populace which do not include any "thinking people", there wont be any problem at all!)

    For "thinking people" there have been multiple reports from multiple agencies and the House and Senate where they would already know that they did intervene as early as 2014 and have never stopped intervening.

    For your convenience, I've posted a link below to the latest bipartisan report which was recently released, and if you'll read it before you post another one of your ridiculous rants, you can avoid future posting of the demonstrable proof that you're not one of the "thinking people."

    https://www.intelligence.senate.gov/sites/default/files/documents/Report_Volume1.pdf

    You're welcome! :)

  89. [89] 
    Michale wrote:

    If the Dems/Libs lose, that will constitute proof positive that the voting systems were compromised. However, if the Dems/libs prevail, that will automatically prove beyond any question that the Russians didn't bother to intervene.

    How gawdam phuqueing convenient for you, right? Heads, you win, tails, we lose!!

    Yep, that's it exactly..

    Those of lesser intelligence will try and argue..

    Of course, they won't have any FACTS to support their claims..

    But that's the MO around here...

  90. [90] 
    Michale wrote:

    Spare Me the Purity Racket

    The progressives are the modern Puritans. The Massachusetts Bay Colony is alive and well on the Potomac and Twitter.

    They eviscerate their natural allies for not being pure enough while placing all their hopes in a color-inside-the-lines lifelong Republican prosecutor appointed by Ronald Reagan.

    The politics of purism makes people stupid. And nasty.
    https://www.msn.com/en-us/news/opinion/spare-me-the-purity-racket/ar-AAEWOe0

    Yup...

    Democrats are great at attacking ANYONE who doesn't toe their Party slave line...

    I guess I shouldn't blame ya'all for your Party slavery.. It's obvious it's borne of fear of bucking the Party thought...

    But, jeeze.. Would be nice if more than a few could show some backbone...

  91. [91] 
    Michale wrote:

    I would like to stay up ’til dawn the night a Democrat wins next year because I’m so excited to see the moment when the despicable Donald Trump lumbers into a Marine helicopter and flies away for good.

    But Democrats are making that dream ever more distant because they are using their time knifing one another and those who want to be on their side instead of playing it smart.

    House Democrats forced Robert Mueller to testify, after he made it clear that he was spent and had nothing to add to his damning yet damnably legalistic, double-negative report, because they were hoping the hearings would jump-start howls for impeachment.

    But it’s hard to get the mad blood stirring with Muellerisms like “This is outside my purview,” “I can’t get into that,” “I don’t subscribe necessarily to your — the way you analyze that,” and “I’m not going to go into the ins and outs.”

    I never want to hear about the “O.L.C. opinion” again.

    Democrats try like hell to make the facts and reality conform to their Party fantasy..

    And, like with President Trump... They lose EVERY TIME...

  92. [92] 
    Michale wrote:

    The hearings were shameful for Republicans thirsting for re-election and a failure for Democrats thirsting for impeachment. It was many underwhelming hours of members of Congress reading to Mueller and Mueller saying, Yes, that’s what I wrote. Or at least what somebody wrote.

    The recipe for emotional satisfaction on the part of the progressive left is not a recipe for removing Trump from the White House.

    But, of course the hysterical Left can't see reality..

  93. [93] 
    Michale wrote:

    The attempt to impeach Trump is one of the rare cases in which something obviously justified is obviously stupid.

    Unbelievably, Pelosi — long a G.O.P. target for her unalloyed liberalism — is derided by the far left for her pragmatism. But she has been through enough Washington wars to know that idealism, untempered by realism, is dangerous.

    An impeachment could return Trump to power. The highchair king from Fifth Avenue would exult in his victimhood and energize his always-ready-to-be aggrieved followers.

    It could also lead to Democrats losing the House as their moderates fall and help Republicans hold the Senate. No Republicans would vote for impeaching Trump and some Democrats might refuse as well. Even if the House acted, Mitch McConnell would smother it in the Senate, just like he did Merrick Garland.

    It’s better to pull out Trump by the roots in the election and firmly repudiate him. The Democrats should focus on the future, not the benighted past that we have been relegated to under Trump.

    Democrats have come to the full realization that they are going to lose and lose big in Nov of 2020..

    That is why impeachment is now on the front burner...

  94. [94] 
    Michale wrote:

    Hillary Clinton’s campaign focused on what a terrible person Trump is. It turned out that enough voters knew that and didn’t care. They wanted a racist Rottweiler.

    Now the Democrats are once more focused on what a terrible person Trump is. Message received, many times over.

    The progressives’ cry that they don’t care about the political consequences because they have a higher cause is just a purity racket.

    Their mantra is like that of Ferdinand I, the Holy Roman Emperor: “Fiat iustitia, et pereat mundus.” “Let justice be done, though the world perish.”

    The rest of us more imperfect beings don’t want the world to perish. And maybe justice can be done, without losing the White House, the House, chocolate, high heels, parties and fun.

    The hysterical Left want their pound of flesh..

    Even if it destroys the Democrat Party. :eyeroll:

  95. [95] 
    Michale wrote:

    Trump decries 'gutless' Antifa, says he's weighing declaring group major terror organization
    https://www.foxnews.com/politics/trump-considering-declaring-antifa-a-terror-organization

    AntiFa IS a terrorist organization..

    It definitely should be labeled as such..

    It's funny how no one here can bring themselves to condemn AntiFa's actions.. :eyeroll:

    JUST because I want them condemned.. :D

    Hay, Weigantians.. I want you to condemn NAZIs...

    Does that mean ya'all support NAZIs??

    BBBWWAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA

    But wouldn't that be the shitz, eh??

    The group that the Left applauds as "fine people and courageous Americans" is designated a Domestic Terrorist Organization...

    hehehehehehehehehe

    The political ads write themselves.. :D

  96. [96] 
    Michale wrote:

    END OF WATCH

    Officer Juan Jose Diaz
    Los Angeles Police Department, California
    End of Watch: Saturday, July 27, 2019

    And Remind The Few...
    When Ill Of Us They Speak...
    That We Are All That Stands Between...
    The Monsters And The Weak....

    https://uploads.disquscdn.com/images/13839e8d10b9303c8d9aee50576e15b15f4844be91d15073a21097a85b780c50.jpg

  97. [97] 
    nypoet22 wrote:

    The attempt to impeach Trump is one of the rare cases in which something obviously justified is obviously stupid.

    So... you're saying impeachment of Donald is justified? Color me confused.

  98. [98] 
    Michale wrote:

    So... you're saying impeachment of Donald is justified? Color me confused.

    No.. I am not saying that..

    Maureen Dowd is saying that...

    Not confusing at all..

    What I AM saying is how hilarious it all is..

    Several people are on record as agreeing with Dowd that impeachment is stupid..

    Now that they have new marching orders from the Democrat Slave owners, NOW Impeachment is the best thing to happen since sliced bread..

    I know, I know.. They are afraid to buck the Party line...

    I understand WHY they are so hypocritical... Doesn't change the fact that I wish they could show more backbone and independence of thought..

    Yea, I know.. It's a fantasy...

  99. [99] 
    Michale wrote:

    So, let me see if I understand this..

    President Trump calls Baltimore a shithole... Which it is..

    And THAT is racist???

    Anyone wanna explain to me the facts that support THAT doozy of a moronic claim??

    "Anyone??? Anyone?? Beuhler??"

  100. [100] 
    Michale wrote:

    Andy Puzder: Trump economy is booming – Great news for America, bad news for desperate Dems
    https://www.foxnews.com/opinion/andy-puzder-trump-economy-is-booming-great-news-for-america-bad-news-for-desperate-dems

    It's no wonder Dems are back to pushing impeachment..

    They KNOW they are going to get creamed by President Trump in 2020...

    But, by pushing impeachment which almost 2/3rds of Americans DON'T want, Dims will likely lose the House as well..

  101. [101] 
    Michale wrote:

    The Trump economy continues to boom, a new government report showed Friday, defying the consistently pessimistic and inaccurate predictions of liberal economists.

    The good economic news is bad news for Democratic partisans, who are hoping and praying for a recession. They know the better our economy performs, the worse the odds are that a Democrat will defeat President Trump in the 2020 election and the worse Democrats will do in House and Senate races.

    The Commerce Department reported Friday that the U.S. gross domestic product grew at an annual rate of 2.1 percent in the second quarter of the year – significantly higher than the 1.8 percent most so-called experts had predicted.

    Yea, the so-called "experts" suffer from HHPTDS and, as such, their predictions can be safely ignored..

  102. [102] 
    Michale wrote:

    While fluctuations in quarterly GDP growth are normal, before the official data was even released liberal economists – many strongly opposed to President Trump – argued that their predictions proved the American economy is in the midst of rapid deceleration, heading towards a recession.

    Unfortunately for the president’s political adversaries, that’s not happening.

    Not only did the experts get their growth predictions wrong, but they utterly failed to recognize that other fundamental economic indicators also remain strong.

    Neil fancies himself the economic expert here in Weigantia...

    Apparently, Neil's HHPTDS overrides his ability to look at the FACTS and make accurate predictions...

  103. [103] 
    Michale wrote:

    Trump is on the path to reelection

    Progressive voters will not support a moderate Democratic candidate, and moderate voters will not support a progressive Democratic candidate. Not a good situation for Democrats. Without unity, no Democratic candidate can prevail.
    https://thehill.com/opinion/campaign/454906-trump-is-on-the-path-to-reelection

    This is exactly why Democrats are not going to win the White House in 2020..

    Normal Democrats (yea, there are some out there) won't vote for a hysterical fringe Nominee and Hysterical Fringe Democrats (the vast majority of the Democrat Party) won't vote a moderate Nominee...

    Result: President Trump wins by a landslide..

    If there is a flaw in the logic.....

    "I am all ears.."
    -Ross Perot, 1992 Presidential Debates..

  104. [104] 
    Michale wrote:

    Warren Fellowship Applicants: Campaign Program Was a ‘Great Scam’
    Two men accepted into the 2020 candidate’s volunteer fellowship program described the process for entry as deceptive and at times exploitative.

    Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D-MA) has built much of her political career as a champion of workers and consumers against the deceptive and exploitative practices of corporations and employers.

    But as she navigates the latest chapter of that career arc—a run for the Democratic nomination for the presidency—the Massachusetts Democrat faces criticism from several of her own supporters who said the lowest tier of her campaign structure doesn’t match the image she projects.
    https://www.thedailybeast.com/sen-elizabeth-warren-fellowship-applicants-say-campaign-program-was-a-great-scam?ref=home

    Typical Democrat... Do as I say, not as I do...

  105. [105] 
    Michale wrote:

    But let's get back to ya'all's bullshit that ya'all won't condemn AntiFa terrorists because I want you to..

    Ignoring how utterly lame and childish that sounds....

    If I ask you to condemn Nazis or if I ask ya'all to condemn President Trump, ya'all will oblige me in a stone cold minute.. Excessively and enthusiastically...

    Given these facts, it begs the question why you REALLY don't condemn AntiFa terrorists..

    The answer is simple..

    Ya'all don't condemn AntiFa terrorists because you SUPPORT their terrorism..

    As long as AntiFa terrorists target conservatives and Trump supporters, ya'all are perfectly happy with AntiFa and their terrorism...

    The FACTS speak for themselves... And they are plenty damning...

  106. [106] 
    Michale wrote:

    And, once again... Occasional Cortex costs Americans lots and lots of money...

    Sorry AOC, but Equifax probably won’t be paying people $125 apiece

    Those hoping to cash in on the massive Equifax settlement might be out of luck, thanks to AOC.

    Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez tweeted a call for those affected by the 2017 data leak to make a claim, saying they could get $125 — “a nice chunk of change.”

    But only $31 million has been earmarked for the payments, and the more who file claims, the less each person gets.

    If all 147 million entitled to money request it, they would get just 21 cents apiece.

    The freshman Democratic Socialist tweeted out a link Friday to a page where anyone affected by the breach from the credit reporting agency could file a claim.

    “Everyone: go get your check from Equifax! $125 is a nice chunk of change,” she said. “Get that money and pay off a bill, sock it away, take a day off, treat yourself, whatever you’d like – but cash ???????? that ???????? check! ???????? ???? It takes one minute.”
    https://nypost.com/2019/07/27/sorry-aoc-but-equifax-probably-wont-be-paying-people-125-apiece/

    :eyeroll: Moron..

    Once again, Occasional Cortex costs Americans money.. NOW Americans will be lucky if they get 50 cents...

    One has to wonder if she has enough smarts to continue breathing on her own.....

  107. [107] 
    Michale wrote:

    And the full on hypocrisy of the Left Wing is on parade..

    Bernie Sanders blasted Baltimore as ‘Third World country’ and ‘disgrace’ in past comments; now joins Dems in bashing Trump’s tweets
    https://www.foxnews.com/politics/bernie-sanders-blasted-baltimore-as-third-world-country-and-disgrace-in-past-comments

    Get that??

    When a Left Winger bashes Baltimore, it's perfectly acceptable..

    But when President Trump bashes Baltimore... ALL OF THE SUDDEN, it's racist..

    You see why it's IMPOSSIBLE to believe anything spewed by the hysterical Left???

    :eyeroll:

  108. [108] 
    Michale wrote:

    Hay Paula...

    Apparently Blotus threw out a nasty slur against Elijah Cumming/his Philly district.

    His "Philly" district!!???

    BBBBWWAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA

    You realize that Cummings' district is BALTIMORE, right???

    Jeezus, how utterly stoopid can ya be!!! :eyeroll:

    You don't even have any facts when yer bashing President Trump...

    Also, since yer here..

    “Anyone who took the walk that we took around this neighborhood would not think you’re in a wealthy nation. You would think that you were in a Third World country.”
    -Bernie Sanders, Speaking In Baltimore, Dec 2015

    I didn't hear you screaming hysterically about racism when Bernie said this back in 2015...

    How come???

    Because yer a hypocritical Party slave and you only scream hysterically about Racism when it allegedly comes from the Right..

    :eyeroll:

  109. [109] 
    Michale wrote:

    CNN anchor Victor Blackwell chokes up on air after Trump rips ‘infested’ Baltimore
    https://nypost.com/2019/07/27/cnn-anchor-victor-blackwell-chokes-up-on-air-after-trump-rips-infested-baltimore/

    This begs the question..

    Did the snowflake Blackwell choke up when Sanders was ripping on Baltimore??

    Of course not....

    Moron...

  110. [110] 
    C. R. Stucki wrote:

    After consultation with those well-known Russian hackers, Boris Badenov and Natasha Fatale, I have finally come to the realization that the board Techmoronistas are correct about the total vulnerability of all the local precinct voting systems to Russian hackers,in spite of their systems having no connection to the internet.

    Boris and Natasha have informed me that they have discoverered that if they depresss the keys of their hacking keyboards with extreme pressure (many of the Russian hackers actually type by banging their keyboards with small hammers rather than the conventional fingering), that enough extra signal pressure is generated to allow the hacker's signals to jump the "air gap" that separates their computers from the voting precincts' systems.

    I humbly apologize to the techmoronistas for disputing their claims that voting machines are incapable of being hacked. With the full benefit of their shit-for-brains 'expertise', I now understand where I went wrong.

  111. [111] 
    C. R. Stucki wrote:

    Oops, make that last sentence read "CAPABLE" of being hacked."

  112. [112] 
    TheStig wrote:

    CRS-111

    A voting machine must be configured for a specific election. Information inflow.

    The vote tally must be extracted after the election. Information outflow.

    The chain of information going into the voting machine has a lot of nodes, starting at design and fabrication. The chain of information going back to the "board of elections" also has a lot of nodes.

    If any of the inbound or outbound nodes are on internet connected computer networks, the election results are vulnerable to remote internet tampering. Even third world nations like N. Korea have intelligence shops dedicated to putting the theory into practice. Ask Sony Pictures about the threat. Or Iran for that matter. Birds do it, Bears do it, even educated fleas do it.

    An internet link is helpful to a hacker, but not required. A thumb drive hand inserted into a slot will do. I have personally seen a county school system brought to its knees for week by a rogue thumb drive. Perp uncertain.

    It is easy to be smug when your science/technology/economics viewpoint is stuck in the 18th Century.

  113. [113] 
    nypoet22 wrote:

    @m,

    President Trump calls Baltimore a shithole... Which it is..

    And THAT is racist???

    regardless of whether or not it's racist, it is wrong. i've been to baltimore, my brother in law lives there. overall, it's really not a bad place at all.

    Bernie Sanders blasted Baltimore as ‘Third World country’ and ‘disgrace’ in past comments; now joins Dems in bashing Trump’s tweets

    as a number of folks on here have pointed out, bernie and donald are very similar in their ridiculous blanket statements about diverse places and groups of people, be it billionaires or baltimore.

    If there is a flaw in the logic.....

    there is. one candidate is capable of being lefty enough for the lefties and moderate enough for the moderates. admittedly it's a tough tightrope to walk, and there's no guarantee that he'll be nominated. however, that candidate is currently leading in the polls for the nomination, in spite of being rhetorically lambasted by both the progressive and moderate sides.

    apparently there are more sane people out there than you think. from donald's perspective, that is a cause for concern.

    JL

  114. [114] 
    Michale wrote:

    After consultation with those well-known Russian hackers, Boris Badenov and Natasha Fatale, I have finally come to the realization that the board Techmoronistas are correct about the total vulnerability of all the local precinct voting systems to Russian hackers,in spite of their systems having no connection to the internet.

    "There is mimicry and there is mockery... And THAT was definitely mockery.."
    -Dr Leonard McCoy

    :D

  115. [115] 
    Michale wrote:

    regardless of whether or not it's racist, it is wrong. i've been to baltimore, my brother in law lives there. overall, it's really not a bad place at all.

    That's your opinion.. President Trump's opinion is different..

    You are entitled to yours.. Is not President Trump entitled to his??

    as a number of folks on here have pointed out, bernie and donald are very similar in their ridiculous blanket statements about diverse places and groups of people, be it billionaires or baltimore.

    And yet, Bernie gets a pass because he's a Lefty..

    Donald does not because he is NOT a Lefty..

    That's kinda my point. :D

    there is. one candidate is capable of being lefty enough for the lefties and moderate enough for the moderates.

    In a normal election, I would agree with you..

    But how can a candidate who promises FAR FAR FRINGE Left positions such as open borders, free and full healthcare for Crimmigrants and throwing EVERY American off their health plans they like..

    How can such a candidate EVER appeal to moderates or NPAs or Independents or Trump voters??

    No one has been able to answer that..

    however, that candidate is currently leading in the polls for the nomination, in spite of being rhetorically lambasted by both the progressive and moderate sides.

    Serious question.. Considering the Party Purity that is most prevalent in the Democrat Party..

    Do you HONESTLY believe that Biden has a chance to win??

    Follow up to that.. If Biden DOES win, do you honestly believe that the Dowd mentioned Party Purists will vote for a old white guy nominee??

    Or will they just stay home..

    apparently there are more sane people out there than you think.

    There is no factual evidence to support such a claim..

    from donald's perspective, that is a cause for concern.

    If it were factually accurate, there would be cause for concern..

    But I (and President Trump) is not concerned..

    :D

  116. [116] 
    Michale wrote:

    regardless of whether or not it's racist, it is wrong. i've been to baltimore, my brother in law lives there. overall, it's really not a bad place at all.

    People here say the same thing about San Francisco..

    Yet the FACTS clearly show that it has a HUGE human feces and homeless problem..

    By and large, Democrat run big cities are shitholes...

  117. [117] 
    Michale wrote:

    By and large, Democrat run big cities are shitholes...

    Of course, that's just my opinion.. But I have plenty of anecdotal and actual factual evidence to back it up..

  118. [118] 
    C. R. Stucki wrote:

    Stig

    Inserting a thumb drive into a computer system is defined as 'sabotage', NOT as 'hacking'. Obviously, any device is subject to sabotage, by persons who have physical access to it.

    You think the Russians are going to send an agent to every county voting precinct to sabotage their wystem? And do you think all 10,000 precince supervisors will make all hose Russian agents welcome??

    I doubt it.

  119. [119] 
    Michale wrote:

    Inserting a thumb drive into a computer system is defined as 'sabotage', NOT as 'hacking'. Obviously, any device is subject to sabotage, by persons who have physical access to it.

    You think the Russians are going to send an agent to every county voting precinct to sabotage their wystem? And do you think all 10,000 precince supervisors will make all hose Russian agents welcome??

    "There you go again.."
    -Saint Ronald Reagan

    Using logic where only hysteria and intolerance are expected and desired...

  120. [120] 
    Michale wrote:

    And still no one has been able to answer ANOTHER question..

    If Democrats are soooo concerned about Vote security, why are they against Voter picture ID??

    The biggest threat to voting is not hackers...

    The biggest threat to voting is having voters who are not legally allowed to vote..

  121. [121] 
    nypoet22 wrote:

    And yet, Bernie gets a pass because he's a Lefty..

    Not from me he doesn't. And not from most of weigantia. There are a few Bernie fans among us, but not nearly as many as you're insinuating.

  122. [122] 
    nypoet22 wrote:

    If Biden DOES win, do you honestly believe that the Dowd mentioned Party Purists will vote for a old white guy

    The sane ones will, if that guy is Joe b. The not so sane ones hate Donald so much they will vote for a bag of sulfuric acid if it means removing him from office.

  123. [123] 
    Michale wrote:

    And not from most of weigantia. There are a few Bernie fans among us, but not nearly as many as you're insinuating.

    And yet, NO ONE complained when Bernie said the exact same thing Trump is saying today..

    No screams of racism or complaints at how bad that is...

    Apparently, you don't HAVE to be a Bernie fan to be a Trump hater.. :D

  124. [124] 
    Michale wrote:

    The sane ones will,

    And how many "sane" ones that support Open Borders, Free Full HealthCare for Crimmigrants and throwing ALL Americans off their healthcare plans they like??

    :D

    The not so sane ones hate Donald so much they will vote for a bag of sulfuric acid if it means removing him from office.

    Yea??? Party Purity won't be a factor?? :D

  125. [125] 
    TheStig wrote:

    CRS-118

    See STUXNET and IRANIAN and CENTRIFUGES and SELF-PROPAGATING-WORM.

    If you want to call it sabotage, fine with me. Self propagating sabotage. Introduced over the internet, or by other means. Hacking can be automated. You just need one agent in the right place.

  126. [126] 
    Michale wrote:

    Introduced over the internet, or by other means.

    Yes... DUH..

    BY OTHER MEANS... NOT hacked over the internet..

    Which is what all you morons have been caterwauling about..

    So, shut the fuck up over your hacking BS.. You just display your utter ignorance when you do..

    You just need one agent in the right place.

    And how many Russian "agents" are in the right place here??

    ANy FACTS to support??

    NONE.. ZERO... ZILCH.... NADA....

    "ARRRGGHHHHH!!!!! The Russians are coming!!! The Russians are coming!!!!"

    Thank you Senator McCarthy..

    :eyeroll: moron..

  127. [127] 
    Michale wrote:

    The closest ANY of ya'all have been to Russians is when you have russian dressing on your salads....

  128. [128] 
    Balthasar wrote:

    The closest ANY of ya'all have been to Russians is when you have russian dressing on your salads.

    And yet the Trump campaign seems to have brought them out of the woodwork. Nicole Wallace remembers that during the John McCain campaign, that there wasn't a Russian anywhere, yet the Trump people seemed to bump into them on the way out of the shower.

    Today Moscow saw large pro-democracy, anti-Putin protests. Tomorrow, maybe Washington D.C....

  129. [129] 
    Michale wrote:

    Nicole Wallace remembers that during the John McCain campaign, that there wasn't a Russian anywhere,

    The fact that you believe that is a testament to your blind Party slavery ignorance...

    Or to the Russians masterful intelligence expertise..

    Probably a combination of both..

    yet the Trump people seemed to bump into them on the way out of the shower.

    Not at all.. EVERY administration bumps into a LOT of Russians from the very start..

    It's only a problem now because you are looking for ANYTHING to nullify a free, fair and legal election..

    All that has happened in the here and now has happened all the way back to the Reagan Administration when I was in the US Military....

    It's just an issue now because you can't handle that your shitty candidate lost..

    CRS nailed it perfectly..

    You morons are ONLY concerned about Russians when you LOSE elections.. Ya'all laughed at Romney when he said Russians were the number 1 foe...

    NOW you are admitting he was right and Odumbo was wrong..

    Morons... :eyeroll:

  130. [130] 
    Michale wrote:

    All that has happened in the here and now has happened all the way back to the Reagan Administration when I was in the US Military....

    How much experience do YOU have dealing with actual Russians in an adversarial situation, Blathy??

    None...

    Exactly why you are nothing but a Party slave...

  131. [131] 
    Balthasar wrote:

    How much experience do YOU have dealing with actual Russians in an adversarial situation, Blathy?

    Why, you really have become a slug troll. Say whatever feels good, Russians were rare in politics until the Trumps came to town.

    Ya'all laughed at Romney when he said Russians were the number 1 foe...

    And we're still laughing, because the focus of his statement isn't true - Russia isn't the biggest or most treacherous military on the planet.

    Cyber warfare, however, is asymmetric, and easier for a small regime to master. The GRU married the know-how to years of plodding work, and the modern threat was born.

    We've belatedly addressed the situation, in a bill which Moscow Mitch now won't let onto the floor.

    Why? And don't give me shit about Driver's licenses, because you know the their use is dictated by the states, and can't be part of federal legislation.

  132. [132] 
    chaszzzbrown wrote:

    Don't Be A Sucker

    We did it before, we can do it again!

  133. [133] 
    Michale wrote:

    Why, you really have become a slug troll. Say whatever feels good, Russians were rare in politics until the Trumps came to town.

    Instead of resorting to immature personal attacks, Why don't you answer the question, Blathy??

    Because you know the answer would prove how lame and ignorant you really are..

    And we're still laughing, because the focus of his statement isn't true - Russia isn't the biggest or most treacherous military on the planet.

    Lame spin...

    Odumbo laughed it off because he was in bed with Putin..

    We know this to be fact because of his hot mic statement..

    Why? And don't give me shit about Driver's licenses, because you know the their use is dictated by the states, and can't be part of federal legislation.

    Oh, so NOW you agree that this is a state issue, not a federal one..

    I accept your concession..

    Face the facts, Balthy.. Dumbocrats don't care about Voter Security.. If they did, they would support Picture ID for voting..

    The ONLY reason you Dumbocrats are whining and crying about Voter Security is because your shitty candidate lost..

    That's it..

  134. [134] 
    Michale wrote:

    Mass shooting in Gilroy California..

    Of course, Dumbocrats couldn't WAIT to politicize the tragedy..

    2020 Democratic hopefuls respond to shooting at Gilroy festival
    https://www.foxnews.com/politics/2020-democratic-hopefuls-respond-to-shooting-at-gilroy-festival

    They just follow the Odumbo playbook..

    "We MUST politicize these tragedies to score political points for our agenda.."
    -Odumbo

    Or words to that effect..

    :eyeroll:

  135. [135] 
    Michale wrote:

    “This violence is not normal,” Joe Biden, the former vice president, tweeted. “How many more families will have to lose a loved one before we fix our broken gun laws? We must take action, starting with real reform.”

    Yea, Joe??

    Exactly what anti-gun law would you enact to prevent incidents such as this AND would be allowed under the 2nd Amendment???

    Com'on.. Give me a law that would be the magical law??

    You don't even have all the FACTS yet and yer spouting off about, "There oughta be a law!!!" bullshit..

    Why don't we wait until the FACTS are known, eh???

    :eyeroll:

  136. [136] 
    Michale wrote:

    We’re still waiting on all the details from Gilroy, but my heart is already breaking for the victims and their families and the survivors. The gun violence epidemic in this country is out of control. Please be safe and take care of one another.
    -Cory Booker

    There is no gun violence epidemic you moron..

    Gun violence is actually going down all across the country..

    So, why do you quit being hysterical and trying to make brownie points by politicizing this tragedy...

    :eyeroll: moron...

  137. [137] 
    Michale wrote:

    Beto O’Rourke did not mention the Gilroy shooting in a late-Sunday tweet, but said he was “sending love to all who are hurting tonight—and all who are affected by the 40,000 gun deaths in America each year.”

    Actually, it's only about 11,000 each year..

    Which is a THIRD of car deaths every year...

    Why don't you go after those dangerous cars, eh?? I mean, it should be easy.. There is no Constitutional right to own a car..

    :eyeroll: Moron

  138. [138] 
    Michale wrote:

    Hehehehehehehehehe Ya'all got played..

    Trump Deserves Impeachment But No Decision Made Yet, Nadler Says
    https://www.bnnbloomberg.ca/trump-deserves-impeachment-but-no-decision-made-yet-nadler-says-1.1293574

    Looks like Pelosi took Nadler behind the wood shed and explained what's what..

    Nadler emerges all quiet and contrite and says, "Just kidding. We're not impeaching President Trump"

    BBBWWAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA

    Don't tell me, let me guess.

    NOW ya'all are going to claim that ya'all really DIDN'T support impeachment. NOW ya'all are going to claim that it's back to being a stupid thing to do.. :D

    You guys are soooo predictable.. :D

  139. [139] 
    Michale wrote:

    The clauses stated above are among the first lines in a petition the committee filed late last week in federal court “FOR AN ORDER AUTHORIZING THE RELEASE OF CERTAIN GRAND JURY MATERIALS.” Those documents pertain to the Mueller Report. They could help lawmakers set the stage for impeachment.

    So are Congressional Democrats trying to impeach the President or not?

    “An impeachment inquiry is not an official thing,” said one Judiciary Committee counsel.

    Instead, lawmakers on the committee say the court filing is just part of a Democratic inquest "to determine if they should recommend articles of impeachment."

    Perhaps Congressional Democrats are attempting to hold paradoxical postures. Impeaching Mr. Trump. But not really. It’s like the duality of superposition in quantum mechanics. Things which simultaneously occupy two linear states.

    Is this possible?

    Could the St. Louis Cardinals also be the Chicago White Sox? Is chocolate ice cream also Jamoca caramel fudge? Was Dick York also Dick Sargent playing Darren on Bewitched?

    Democrats on the Judiciary Committee tried to straighten this all out for reporters at a puzzling press conference Friday. But they may have inadvertently muddied it for everyone.

    "Inadvertently" my Left ass cheek!!!

    Dumbocrats are intentionally muddying the waters because they KNOW they can't win a straight case..

  140. [140] 
    Michale wrote:

    Anyone ever figure out why President Trump calling Baltimore the shithole that it is, is racist, but Bernie saying the same thing is NOT racist???

    Because from where I sit... From where any logical, rational and objective person sits...

    The ONLY difference between the statements is one came from a guy with a -R after his name and one came from a guy with a -D after his name..

    That's the ONLY difference..

    So, why is one statement racist and the other is not racist??

    "Anyone??? Anyone??? Buehler???"

    I know, I know.. This is another one of those questions ya'all can't answer because it proves that it's nothing but Party slavery and hypocrisy...

    :eyeroll:

  141. [141] 
    Michale wrote:

    President Trump Approval Rating
    44.4%

    Barack Hussein Obama Approval Rating at the same time of his administration
    43.3%

    BBWAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA

    President Trump has a BETTER approval rating than Odumbo had at the same point!!!

    Ouch!!! That's just GOTTA hurt!!! :D

  142. [142] 
    Michale wrote:

    OK, let's get started with Michale's Monday Media Roundup... :D

    It's like it's Christmas in July!!! :D

  143. [143] 
    Michale wrote:

    Baltimore Ambush: Trump forces Democrats to defend the indefensible, again
    https://www.americanthinker.com/blog/2019/07/the_baltimore_ambush_trump_forces_democrats_to_defend_the_indefensible_again.html#ixzz5v3maK3IT

    Once again, President Trump manuevers Democrats into a LOSE LOSE situation.. Trump has the Dumbocrats chasing a new shiny, exposing how utterly bent Democrats are... :D

    Once again, President Trump rules.. And Democrats drool... :D

  144. [144] 
    Michale wrote:

    President Trump has done it again.

    Just as he forced Democrats to defend the far-left 'Squad' in his unexpected ambush on Rep. Ilhan Omar and her pals, he's now forcing Democrats to own the urban shambles and filth that characterize one-party blue-city rule, putting all Democrats on their backfoot. That's what's behind his surprise Twitter assault that began with Rep. Elijah Cummings and his rat-infested Baltimore district, which pretty much came out of the blue.

    Democrats now own all the shitholes in this country.. :D

    It's not as if it's a huge reveal... Every American already knows that, for big cities, Democrat Rule=Shithole...

    The problem for Dumbocrats is that they ALWAYS run out of other people's money...

  145. [145] 
    Michale wrote:

    What's he doing? Forcing a new narrative as election time kicks in, making Democrats have to address the reality that they have been in power for decades in one-party blue districts and cities, and they have left those districts smoking ruins, rat-infested hellholes, "places no human being would want to live," complete with live-action shots. The video of the Baltimore resident decrying the Democratic area's neglect is absolutely deadly.

    Obviously, Trump's aim is to cut deep into the black vote, by laying the blame for the decayed urban cities many are forced to live in, on Democrats and forcing them to defend that record. Blacks are Democrats' political base, and they're also the prime victims of blue-city policies as well as all the neglect inherent in them as Democrats focus on saving the earth by banning plastic straws or else offering free health care to every illegal border crosser, so it's an unusually bold attack.

    How are Democrats going to defend themselves from this one? In one-party blue cities, states and districts, there's no one to blame but themselves. Trump's tactic is particularly ripe for propagation in solid-blue, shambling expensive California and already Trump is moving his attack onto Pelosi with his latest tweets.

    DEVASTATINGLY effective...

    President Trump is hitting Democrats where it hurts the most.. Black American voters...

    There is NO ONE to blame but Democrats for the shitholes that are Dem districts, cities and states..

    Once again, President Trump proves to be a marketing GENIUS!! :D

  146. [146] 
    Michale wrote:

    How are Democrats going to defend themselves from this one? In one-party blue cities, states and districts, there's no one to blame but themselves. Trump's tactic is particularly ripe for propagation in solid-blue, shambling expensive California and already Trump is moving his attack onto Pelosi with his latest tweets.

    Thus far, Democrats are fighting back by yelling 'racism.' It's a tired, weak weapon, grotesquely overused, and unlikely to rally black voters to Democrats, given the truth of Trump's tweets. What's more, it can't be employed by Pelosi, who's white. The issue and the narrative Trump is pushing out there is that all-blue cities are hellholes and they've been made

    Of course, Democrats resort to their lame Race Card.. But, as has already been PROVEN beyond any doubt, calling Democrat Ruled areas of the country shitholes is NOT racist..

    It wasn't racist when Bernie Sanders pointed it out, so it's not racist when President Trump points it out..

    Sorry, Democrats.. Race card won't work this time..

  147. [147] 
    Michale wrote:

    This is political brutality cubed, a sign that Trump is a going to be a formidable candidate to Democrats seeking to unhorse him. What it shows is Trump not only means to 'win' against his opponents, he intends to annihilate them. His election game is on and he's not playing beanbag. He using the same powerful tactics he was able use on Pelosi and her bickering 'squad' which had the effect of forcing Pelosi to defend the indefensible and making Rep. Ilhan Omar the face of the Democratic Party. Now he's making urban decay the second face of the Democratic Party. His poll numbers went up after the first one. Count on them going up again after this.

    Once again, Democrats prove they do not have the chops to take on President Trump.. :D

    Look for them to pivot today to the mass shooting in California and whine and scream hysterically about useless and in-effective anti-gun/anti-2nd laws...

  148. [148] 
    Michale wrote:

    The Democrats are almost leaderless. The Clinton faction is discounted by the election result, the appalling fraud of the Steele Dossier, and many unsavory financial questions; President Obama remains somewhat popular but is a rather withdrawn figure. In these circumstances, the frolicsome Democratic Left has made the running, and as usually happens, the more strenuous factions of the party out of the White House have the most energy, which in these times means that the Democrats have made a seismic shift to the left.
    https://www.nysun.com/national/why-the-left-so-despises-donald-trump/90779/

    The head of the Democrat Party has been cut off..

    The Clintons have been tossed onto the trash heap of history where they belong.. Between Hillary's totally incompetent presidential campaign and Bubba being implicated in Jeffery Epstein's perversions, the Clintons are inconsequential in the here and now..

    Odumbo, while still popular, is not going to risk any more of his reputation.. He knows that if he jumps into the fray, President Trump will rip him a new one over Odumbo's fealty to Putin and Russia...

    This leaves the hysterical Left to fill the void of Dumbocrat leadership..

    Contrary to the discussion about, there is no "moderate" part of the Democrat Party.. At least not one of any large number or consequence..

    So, going into the election, the Purity part of the Democrat Party is the largest faction...

    And there is simply NO WAY that Independents, NPAs or Trump voters will vote for a Democrat Purity candidate..

    Result: President Trump wins re-election in a landslide...

    Again, anyone feel free to point out a flaw in the logic.. :D

  149. [149] 
    Michale wrote:

    WAYNE ALLYN ROOT: The Weissmann witch hunt

    Just when I thought a week couldn’t get much better for President Donald Trump and his 63 million fans, it gets better. Way better. Break out the champagne. After Robert Mueller’s Waterloo — and one of the worst days ever for Democrats — Trump just got re-elected.
    https://www.reviewjournal.com/opinion/opinion-columns/wayne-allyn-root/wayne-allyn-root-the-weissmann-witch-hunt-1812440/

    In spades!!! :D

    It was an totally disastrous week for the Democrat Party.. :D

    And anything that is a disaster for Democrats is a good thing for the country.. :D

  150. [150] 
    Michale wrote:

    ? The Trump Department of Justice just announced Thursday morning that it is reviving the federal death penalty, starting with the execution of five death row inmates convicted of murdering children. Glory Hallelujah.

    Yep.. It's time to remove these cretins from the planet..

    ? The Trump administration announced a change to allow the Department of Homeland Security to rapidly deport illegal aliens who cannot prove they’ve been in the United States for two years or more. Finally, the rule of law matters.

    It's about time.. Remove the Crimmigrants...

    ? A federal judge upheld a Trump administration alternative to Obamacare, providing American consumers with much cheaper short-term health care plans. Bravo.

    WINNING!!! Still not tired of it.. :D

  151. [151] 
    Michale wrote:

    But back to Mueller’s congressional catastrophe. At this point, Trump’s week went stratospheric. Mueller stumbled, bumbled and stuttered. He looked like a confused elderly man and said, “I’m not going to answer that,” 123 times.

    Mueller was so dazed and confused, he couldn’t remember what president appointed him to lead the Boston FBI office.

    Worse, he said he wasn’t familiar with Fusion GPS. But the whole Russian collusion case was based on Fusion GPS. It may have been the most embarrassing, humiliating performance by anyone in front of Congress.

    At times, I almost felt sorry for Mueller..

    But then I recalled that, due to his Trump hate, he was a willing patsy...

  152. [152] 
    Michale wrote:

    But don’t take my word for it. ABC News senior national correspondent Terry Moran said, “Impeachment is over.” Harvard Law professor and Trump-hater Laurence Tribe called it a “disaster.” NBC’s Chuck Todd said, “On optics, this was a disaster.” CNN’s Oliver Darcey tweeted, “Seems pretty clear that Mueller is not the best spokesman for his own report.” Trump-hating filmmaker Michael Moore said, “Frail old man, unable to remember things, stumbling, refusing to answer basic questions.”

    Even stalwart Democrat water carriers commented on how disastrous for Democrats was Mueller's testimony.

  153. [153] 
    Michale wrote:

    I’m going to break this mystery wide open. Mueller was never in charge of this investigation. Ever. The Deep State frauds looking to spy on Trump and frame him needed a famous, credible name to give them cover. To protect them from charges of “witch hunt” they choose Mueller, a former FBI chief who was a registered Republican.

    They chose a feeble, elderly man who was never capable of leading a complex, two-year probe of the president. This was never his investigation. And that’s precisely what they counted on. Mueller was a shill.

    It belonged from Day One to liberal, biased Hillary Clinton supporter and donor Andrew Weissmann. He hired 19 angry Clinton and Barack Obama donors to frame Trump. The fix was in, and Mueller had no clue what was going on. It became the partisan witch hunt of all-time with no adult supervision.

    We can all stop calling it the “Mueller report.” It was always from day one the “Weissmann Witch Hunt.”

    The fraud has been exposed. Trump is now exonerated. Impeachment is over. Re-election is all but assured. And Andrew Weissmann is now in the crosshairs of the DOJ.

    And it's a great day to be alive
    I know the sun's still shining
    When I close my eyes
    There's some hard times in the neighborhood
    But why can't every day be just this good..

    -Tim McGraw

    :D

  154. [154] 
    Michale wrote:

    The Robert Mueller hearings marked a new low for Democrats

    Democrats were hoping for Eliot Ness. Instead, Robert Mueller was their Grandpa Simpson — feeble, forgetful, confused. Far from hurling thunderbolts at the White House, he seemed like a guy who would need to pause for a few seconds if called upon to distinguish his ass from his elbow. As James Freeman, resident wit of The Wall Street Journal, asked, “Did Robert Mueller read the Mueller Report?”
    https://nypost.com/2019/07/27/the-robert-mueller-hearings-marked-a-new-low-for-democrats/

    Heh

    "It's funny because it's true."
    -Homer Simpson

    It's funny to watch some Democrats try and put lipstick on the pig that was the Mueller testimony..

    ANYONE with more than 2 brain cells to rub together or is not enslaved by Party dogma knows that the Mueller testimony was an unmitigated disaster for the Democrats and a total vindication and exoneration of President Trump..

  155. [155] 
    Michale wrote:

    Hopes could hardly have been higher for Mueller, the mighty matinee idol of justice who was going to rid the nation of Donald Trump. That this would result in the elevation of Mike Pence, who if anything is even more hated by liberals than the boss (at least Trump isn’t religious), seems not to have occurred to anyone. If Trump somehow was able to cancel the coronation of Queen Pantsuit, it must have been a crime and it had to be punished. This was the Dem Dream that would not die.

    yep, exactly..

    THAT is President Donald Trump's ONLY crime...

    Is that he exposed Crooked Hillary for the incompetent boob that she is..

  156. [156] 
    Michale wrote:

    How short of expectations did Mueller fall? His appearance was the Al Capone’s Vault of political news. Just a few months ago this is how liberals saw him: “Bob Mueller may as well have been Elijah, the prophet for whom Jews reserve an empty chair and cup, whose coming symbolizes the answers to all the world’s remaining questions,” read a dispatch from the Washington dinner-party scene in the Washingtonian. Vogue called him “America’s newest crush.” Portland Monthly said “the hottest gift this holiday season” was a Robert Mueller devotional candle. Old people lamented, with their dying breaths, that the thing they really minded was not getting to hear from Mueller.

    Mueller was the Democrats’ prophet-boyfriend. But he turned out to be a dud between the sheets, or rather the political-nerd equivalent of that, the hot seat in front of Congress. Which was the chair where Jerry Nadler inexplicably placed this tired and taciturn old man in the entirely fanciful hope he would turn out to be the Yoda of the Resistance.

    Ya ALMOST have to feel sorry for the Dumbocrats..

    They had raised expectations so high and yet they fell so catastrophically... :D

    It's like dynamiting fish in a barrel, bitch slapping them all around the forum...

    Too easy...

  157. [157] 
    Michale wrote:

    He’s some character, my congressman. Nadler is the sweaty guy at the poker table holding a two of clubs, a six of diamonds, a 10 of hearts, a queen of spades and a Domino’s Pizza loyalty card. “Hee, hee,” he thought, “I’ll just bluff my way to the glory!” Everybody at the table tries not to snicker as they clean him out, hand after hand. Putting Mueller on the stand was the equivalent of Nadler suddenly putting his pants on the table, under the mistaken impression that it was now a game of strip poker.

    Although I love the poker references (being somewhat of an aficionado myself) the vision of a pants-less Nadler is one I could have done without for the rest of my life..

    But the analogy is dead on balls accurate... Nadler had jack-shit but thought he could bluff his way thru...

    Too bad Mueller was not up to the task...

  158. [158] 
    Michale wrote:

    Mueller’s appearance was a nothingburger wrapped in a nadachilada topped with a goose egg. Everything Mueller had to say, he’d already said in the ancient Mueller Report, from way back in the spring, though Mueller seemed only vaguely acquainted with it. The Democrats wanted him to do some sort of Vegas floor-show performance of the report in the mistaken belief that once the American people heard stuff we already knew about one more time, we’d clean Home Depot out of pitchforks and lanterns and march on Washington demanding impeachment, support for which still hasn’t reached the level of half of the Democrats in Congress. Instead of that, Mueller proved to be a human test pattern, Ben Stein in “Ferris Bueller’s Day Off,” Mr. Cellophane. Democrats and the media were famished, and wanted a feast. They got a rice cake.

    “Mueller? More like Duller,” said a headline in the newsletter of the left-wing site for precocious progs, Vox.

    Hehe.. Like I said.. Even LEFT wing outlets commented on how bad Mueller was... :D

  159. [159] 
    Michale wrote:

    How could President Trump fail to spike the football while dunking the basketball and spraying champagne all over the locker room? The man is only human. They made it too easy. He could hardly resist channeling Willy Wonka’s “You get nothing! You lose! Good day!” Mueller spent two years nosing around, more time than it took to build Disneyland, but all he built for the Dems was a Tragic Kingdom.

    And, for the Democrat Party, the HITS just keep on coming!!!! :D

  160. [160] 
    Michale wrote:

    The Democrats can impeach if they like, but they are far too chickenspit to do that unless there’s a national clamor to do so, which is why they, and their chyron cronies in the media, keep trying to create a national clamor. Every time they try they fail harder. Democratic-media complex, know when you’ve been owned.

    Nobody wants to watch Chuck Schumer throw his pants on the table too.

    You. Got. Nothing.

    Like everyone (NEN) in here, Dumbocrats are getting PWNED by President Trump!! :D

    And the author is right.

    **NO ONE** wants to see Chuck Shumer's pants on the table... Well, except maybe our resident cock-holster.. :D

  161. [161] 
    Michale wrote:

    Trump launches another racist attack on a lawmaker of color

    Trump accused Rep. Elijah Cummings of corruption and called his district a “rodent infested mess.”
    https://www.vox.com/policy-and-politics/2019/7/27/8933106/elijah-cummings-donald-trump-rat-rodent-infested-mess-baltimore-racist-lawmaker-color

    Still waiting for the FACTS that support that this was racist..

    "Anyone?? Anyone??? Beuhler???"

    Unless it's ya'all's position that ANY attack directed towards a black person or brown person or yellow person, basically ANY attack based on a person's skin color is racist..

    Is THAT ya'all's claim??

  162. [162] 
    Michale wrote:

    @CW,

    Obviously, this was written before (or, more accurately, during) the impeachment news from Pelosi broke today. So that's why I didn't mention it..

    Which is probably a good thing, since Democrats are already walking it back.. :D

    Yer ahead of the curve.. :D

  163. [163] 
    Michale wrote:

    Washington • Mitch McConnell is a Russian asset.
    https://www.sltrib.com/opinion/commentary/2019/07/28/dana-milbank-when-it/

    This is why it's IMPOSSIBLE to take Dumbocrats seriously..

    They make the most outlandish and moronic claims without a SHRED OF FACT to back it up..

    :eyeroll: morons..

  164. [164] 
    Michale wrote:

    Russia attacked our country in 2016. It is attacking us today. Its attacks will intensify in 2020.

    Newsflash for you, moron..

    Russia attacked our country in 2018... Russia attacked our country in 2014... AND 2012... AND 2010...

    Russia has been attacking our country for almost 80 years..

    But NOW... Now that Donald Trump showed up ALL of the Democrat Party and showed the world what a lame and incompetent and corrupt nominee the Dumbocrats had in Hillary Clinton..

    NOW, it is, all of the sudden, a problem...

    :eyeroll: moron..

    If you are so concerned about Vote security, get behind picture ID for voters..

    Until you do, yer simply spewing bullshit to serve a Party agenda..

  165. [165] 
    Michale wrote:

    OK.. Halfway thru.. Gonna take a break.. :D

  166. [166] 
    Michale wrote:

    OK Let's start phase II by Fact-Checking President Trump's Baltimore claims..

    ALLEGATION: Baltimore is considered the worst-run city in America.

    ANALYSIS: True.

    The BBC featured the city in a scathing report on poverty in America. At least 25 percent of the people in Cummings' congressional district live in poverty.

    "If you want to know what poverty in America looks like, well this is it," the BBC reporter declared.

    One resident told the television network that "despair is a way of living" in a congressional district where second and third generations of Americans live in poverty.

    The resident said the houses are "rat infested, regardless of what you do as a person living there, roaches, mice, an epidemic of bed bugs."

    "The neighborhoods have fallen apart, not because the people are bad people," the man said.

    Baltimore city schools rank among the lowest in the state of Maryland, according to the CBS television affiliate in Baltimore.

    In 2015 the Washington Post reported that the average life expectancy in some of the city’s poorest neighborhoods is nearly 20 years below the national average.

    “Fourteen Baltimore neighborhoods have lower life expectancies than North Korea,” the Washington Post reported. “Eight are doing worse than Syria.”

    Even Sen. Bernie Sanders, I-Vt., currently a candidate for the Democratic presidential nomination, was shell-shocked by the city’s deplorable living conditions.

    “Anyone who took the walk that we took around this neighborhood would not think you’re in a wealthy nation,” Sanders said during a 2015 visit reported by the Baltimore Sun. “You would think that you were in a Third World Country.”

    OK, so Democrats and Sanders and President Trump all agree...

    Baltimore is a shithole.. But is it a rat and rodent infested shihole...

    ALLEGATION: Baltimore is infested with rats and rodents.

    ANALYSIS: True.

    According to Orkin Pest Control, Baltimore is one of the most rat-infested cities in America. The pest control company ranks Baltimore No. 6 on its list. All of the Top 10 most rat-infested cities are controlled by Democrats, by the way.

    Apparently, Baltimore IS a rat and rodent infested shithole..

    Interesting to note that the TOP TEN cities in America that are rated for rat infestation are ALL Democrat run cities..

    Not that THAT is surprising...

    Rats like DemcoRAT cities.. Rats get free reign...

    See what I did^^^ there :D

    OK.. So, Baltimore IS a shithole and IS rat and rodent infested..

    But is it a filthy mess, as President Trump says..

    ALLEGATION: Baltimore is a filthy mess.

    ANALYSIS: True.

    In April the Baltimore Sun Editorial Board called out the city's trashy reputation.

    "Food containers, balled up clothes, paper, banana peels, plastic bags and tons of other pieces of litter line the shoulders of roads, pile up in alleys and are strewn across fields and yards,” an editorial in the newspaper said. “Not only is it unsightly and contributes to a rodent problem, but it can create a glum and gloomy feel in a time when the city is already facing self-esteem issues because of high crime and the scandal surrounding the University Maryland Medical System and Mayor Catherine Pugh, who’s now on an indefinite leave, and her Healthy Holly books. If anything, the city needs a major scrubbing to help restore some of its faith and image."

    Mayor Pugh resigned in May.

    So when the Baltimore Sun calls out the city’s trash reputation it’s an act of public service, but when President Trump does the same thing it’s racist?

    Apparently, Baltimore *IS* a filthy mess... At least that's what it's own hometown newspaper says..

    Funny how when everyone and anyone with a -D after their name says Baltimore is a mess, it's not racist..

    But when President Trump says the exact same thing.. ALL of a sudden, it's racist.. :eyeroll:

    OK, so the FACTS clearly prove beyond any doubt that Baltimore is a shithole and Baltimore is rat infested AND it's a filthy mess..

    But is Baltimore REALLY dangerous???

    ALLEGATION: Baltimore is a dangerous city.

    ANALYSIS: True.

    Baltimore is deadlier than Chicago and Detroit, according to crime statistics released by the FBI, and had the highest homicide rate in the nation in 2018, USA Today reports.

    GunViolenceArchives.org reports that Baltimore was responsible for more than half of incidents involving guns in Maryland. And Baltimore accounted for nearly half of murders involving a weapon.

    Last year, Baltimore had the HIGHEST homicide rate....

    THE.... HIGHEST.... HOMICIDE.... RATE.....

    So, yea.. I guess it is factually accurate that Baltimore is a dangerous city...

    So, let's sum things up..

    President Trump said that Baltimore is the one of the "worst run" cities in the country..

    The facts support such a claim..

    President Trump said that Baltimore is rat and rodent infested.. The FACTS indicate that Baltimore IS, indeed, rat and rodent infested...

    President Trump said that Baltimore is a "filthy mess"... Baltimore's own hometown newspaper says the same thing.. So, THAT is factually accurate...

    Finally, President Trump said that Baltimore is a "dangerous place"... The FACTS show that Baltimore had THE HIGHEST HOMICIDE rate in the country in 2018... So, yea.. It is factually accurate that Baltimore is, indeed, a "dangerous place"...

    So, President Trump's claims are factual and proven factual beyond ANY doubt..

    Now.. it's ya'all's turn...

    Do ya'all have ***ANY*** facts to support your claim that President Trump's totally factual and totally proven claims are racist??

    ANY facts at all??

    No.. You do not..

    So, once again...

    I rule... Ya'all drool....

    And.......... {SCENE}

    That's a wrap everybody!!!

    BBBWWAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA

  167. [167] 
    Michale wrote:

    God bless President Trump for standing up and speaking out on behalf of the forgotten in Maryland’s 7th Congressional district.

    Amen.... :D

  168. [168] 
    Michale wrote:

    A Big Wednesday for 'Populists' on Both Sides of the Atlantic

    Power shifted Wednesday, on both sides of the Atlantic.

    In Washington, the dim performance of Robert Mueller, in the hearings House Democrats insisted on, took the last air out of the Collusiongate balloon. The notion that Donald Trump would be hounded out of office has been revealed as the fantasy it always was.

    In London, Boris Johnson met with the queen and left Buckingham Palace as her 14th prime minister. He proceeded to No. 10 Downing Street and reiterated his promise to deliver Brexit -- British exit from the European Union -- by the statutory deadline of Oct. 31.
    https://www.realclearpolitics.com/articles/2019/07/26/a_big_wednesday_for_populists_on_both_sides_of_the_atlantic_140870.html

    hehehe

    This bears repeating..

    In Washington, the dim performance of Robert Mueller, in the hearings House Democrats insisted on, took the last air out of the Collusiongate balloon. The notion that Donald Trump would be hounded out of office has been revealed as the fantasy it always was.

    CollusionGate?? Not bad.. The preference is Collusion Delusion.. :D

    That describes it better..

  169. [169] 
    C. R. Stucki wrote:

    Ohmydeargawdalmighty!! The orange asshole WENT ON TV to ask the Russians to hack Dem emails! Then he announced in public that he "loves Wikileaks"! Then his kid welcomed a Russian woman's offer of political "dirt" info on Hillary!

    That's at least three capital offense transgressions of the law, AND NOW IT APPEARS HE'S GONNA GET AWAY WITH IT!!

    OHMYGAWD, PASS ME THE RAZOR BLADES, I JUST CANT DEAL WITH THIS ONE DAY LONGER!!!

  170. [170] 
    Michale wrote:

    With regards to the Gilroy shooting.

    Of course Left Wing media tried to paint the weapon as an "assault rifle" when in fact, it was nothing but a high powered hunting rifle...

    I fully expect that Dumbocrats will drop this line of activism pretty quickly, as they can't spin it to fit their anti-gun agenda...

  171. [171] 
    Michale wrote:

    Ohmydeargawdalmighty!! The orange asshole WENT ON TV to ask the Russians to hack Dem emails! Then he announced in public that he "loves Wikileaks"! Then his kid welcomed a Russian woman's offer of political "dirt" info on Hillary!

    That's at least three capital offense transgressions of the law, AND NOW IT APPEARS HE'S GONNA GET AWAY WITH IT!!

    OHMYGAWD, PASS ME THE RAZOR BLADES, I JUST CANT DEAL WITH THIS ONE DAY LONGER!!!

    "That's humor.. I recognize that."
    -JT Walsh, GOOD MORNING VIETNAM

  172. [172] 
    Michale wrote:

    Authorities investigating 11 fires overnight in Baltimore’s Edmondson Village
    https://www.baltimoresun.com/news/crime/bs-md-ci-cr-11-fires-in-edmondson-village-20190729-3wlqpyq4fndkvng6ldwnkxou5a-story.html

    Yea.... Democrat run Baltimore is a lovely city....

    :eyeroll:

  173. [173] 
    Michale wrote:

    Update...

    I am NOT getting tired of winning.. :D

  174. [174] 
    Michale wrote:
  175. [175] 
    Paula wrote:

    Spent weekend offline which was great. Start the week learning there were 3 mass shootings over the weekend. In California a white supremacist kills, among others, a 6-year-old boy.

  176. [176] 
    Paula wrote:

    Dan Coates out as blotus tries to install a rw-conspiracy-theorist-nutjob who will cooperate with Russian interference in 2020 elections. We'll see how the GOP responds. Probably much like Mark Meadows has - he's not uttered a peep in defense of Elijah Cummings after Blotus' racist attacks.

    Some of you will recall E. Cummings standing up for the Meadows scumbag after Meadows pulled out his token black woman to claim he isn't a racist during a hearing. At the time I thought Cummings felt forced to defend Meadows - perhaps he knew (as did everyone watching) that Meadows was full of shit. But he felt compelled to make nice anyway. Meadows, naturally, didn't return the favor.

    Which quality is the strongest among republicans: disloyalty to country or cowardice? So hard to tell...

  177. [177] 
    Michale wrote:

    Spent weekend offline which was great.

    Yea, I have been told that rehab places don't let you go online..

    Spent weekend offline which was great. Start the week learning there were 3 mass shootings over the weekend.

    There was one..

    In California a white supremacist kills, among others, a 6-year-old boy.

    Actually, he was a Democrat who hated President Trump..

    But why let FACTS ruin a perfectly good rant.. :D

    - he's not uttered a peep in defense of Elijah Cummings after Blotus' racist attacks.

    How exactly were the "attacks" racist???

    Do you have ANY facts to support that bullshit claim??

    Of course you don't..

    :eyeroll: moron...

  178. [178] 
    Michale wrote:

    Once again, LEOs save the day in Gilroy California..

    Too bad the Demcorat Party is the COP HATING Party... :eyeroll:

  179. [179] 
    Balthasar wrote:

    The shooter was 19-year-old Santino William Legan. If he had any political pre-dispositions, we don't know about them yet.

    What we do know, is that he had a gun. How many anti-Trump 19 year olds have guns? That's gotta be some very small statistic...

  180. [180] 
    Michale wrote:

    What we do know, is that he had a gun. How many anti-Trump 19 year olds have guns? That's gotta be some very small statistic...

    He had a hunting rifle..

    The shooter was 19-year-old Santino William Legan. If he had any political pre-dispositions, we don't know about them yet.

    And yet Paula spouts off as if she knows..

    And you fail to correct her...

    I realize sympathy for the mentally challenged and all that... But this is a REALITY based forum..

    Keep it real.. That's an order.. :D

  181. [181] 
    Balthasar wrote:

    How exactly were the "attacks" racist?

    Doesn't matter. Trump just lost Baltimore.

    Keep going - he can lose them all by next year!

  182. [182] 
    Michale wrote:

    Shooter was "angry"... That right there indicates DEMOCRAT...

  183. [183] 
    Paula wrote:

    [179] The shooter posted a white supremacist slur on Instagram shortly before the shooting.

  184. [184] 
    Michale wrote:

    Doesn't matter.

    So, you admit yer full of shit.. OK..

    Trump just lost Baltimore.

    Trump is trying to HELP the people of Baltimore by pointing out the devastating conditions that a DEMOCRAT run district has to offer..

    It's obvious to anyone with more than 2 brain cells to rub together and NOT a Party slave that President Trump just GAINED Baltimore...

    Duh....

  185. [185] 
    Balthasar wrote:

    And yet Paula spouts off as if she knows..

    And yet YOU spout off as if you know. I corrected HER, not you.

    Keep it real...

  186. [186] 
    Michale wrote:

    [179] The shooter posted a white supremacist slur on Instagram shortly before the shooting.

    Facts to support??

    No?? Of course not..

    Even if true, so???

  187. [187] 
    Michale wrote:

    And yet YOU spout off as if you know. I corrected HER, not you.

    Yea.. SURE ya did.. :D

  188. [188] 
    Michale wrote:

    Motive a mystery as California police hunt for accomplice in festival shooting
    https://www.cnbc.com/2019/07/29/shooting-reported-at-gilroy-garlic-festival-in-san-jose-california.html

    Of course, PAULA knows all about it.. :eyeroll: moron..

  189. [189] 
    Balthasar wrote:

    Trump is trying to HELP the people of Baltimore by pointing out the devastating conditions that a DEMOCRAT run district has to offer..

    Sure. Politicians always start out by telling folks what a shithole they live in. Standard line...

    We'll see if he takes Baltimore.

    (Paula) The shooter posted a white supremacist slur on Instagram shortly before the shooting.

    Not looking good for your side, M....

  190. [190] 
    Balthasar wrote:

    Even if true, so?

    Well, let's take account: 19 years old, owns (or stole) a hunting rifle, allegedly pasted racist stuff on an instagram account...

    Not at all looking good for Trump folks...

  191. [191] 
    Michale wrote:

    Not looking good for your side, M....

    So, in other words, you were full of shit when you said you were correcting Paula..

    Color me surprised..

    Sure. Politicians always start out by telling folks what a shithole they live in. Standard line...

    The people in Baltimore ALREADY KNOW what a shithole they live in..

    THEY are the ones that have been COMPLAINING about the shithole they live in..

    Of course, Dumbocrats do nothing about it.. They are racists..

    President Trump's jobs policies have helped black Americans in Baltimore more in the last 2 years than Dumbocrats had in EIGHT years..

    DUH....

  192. [192] 
    Michale wrote:

    Well, let's take account: 19 years old,

    Probably a Democrat..

    owns (or stole) a hunting rifle,

    Stole?? Definitely a Democrat...

    allegedly pasted racist stuff on an instagram account...

    Facts to support?? No?? Of course not..

    Not at all looking good for Trump folks...

    Why?? What does ANY of it have to do with "Trump folks"??

    No answer?? Of course not.. Moron...

  193. [193] 
    Michale wrote:

    The gunman in Gilroy also talked about "getting wasted"...

    Obviously a pot-smoking Democrat moron..

  194. [194] 
    Michale wrote:

    But, as I predicted, ya'all try to make this tragedy into your Party slavery agenda.. :eyeroll:

  195. [195] 
    Michale wrote:

    Simple fact here..

    If you want to tie this shooter to Trump and Trump supporters, then you MUST tie all the AntiFa terrorism to all the Dem candidates and the Democrat Party..

    You willing to do that??

    Of course not.. :eyeroll: morons..

  196. [196] 
    Michale wrote:

    Controversy over Blue Lives Matter flag forces family of fallen officer to remove it from utility pole

    The family of a Maine police officer killed in the line of duty said it felt forced to remove a Thin Blue Line flag to mark the anniversary of his death after learning of complaints that it was racist.

    Trooper Charles Black was fatally shot during a bank robbery in 1964. His son, also named Charlie Black, decided to erect the Thin Blue Line flag, which is also known as the Blue Lives Matter flag and is meant to honor law enforcement. The son placed the flag on a utility pole near his home, prompting some residents to complain that an offensive symbol was on public property.

    The town manager of York, Maine told News Center Maine that a resident visited his office to complain about the flag.

    “A resident came in and said there’s a problem,” Town Manager Steve Burns said, adding that the resident contended “This is a flag that represents segregation and discrimination.”
    https://www.foxnews.com/us/controversy-over-blue-lives-matter-flag-forces-son-of-fallen-officer-to-remove-it-from-phone-pole

    Moronic Dumbocrat cop haters!! :eyeroll:

  197. [197] 
    Michale wrote:

    I fly the Blue Lives Matter flag at half-staff where I work whenever there is an LEO LOD death anywhere in the country..

    If someone were to complain about that, they would be escorted off the property with extreme prejudice...

    There is no room for cop-hating morons anywhere in this country...

  198. [198] 
    Michale wrote:

    Trump is right about Baltimore — and the Democrats know it

    President Trump blistered Rep. Elijah Cummings on Twitter, calling out the chairman of the House Oversight Committee for raising the hue and cry over conditions on the Mexican border, “when actually his Baltimore district is FAR WORSE and more dangerous. His district is considered the Worst in the USA.” Trump went on to describe Cummings’ West Baltimore constituency as “a disgusting, rat and rodent infested mess. If he spent more time in Baltimore, maybe he could help clean up this very dangerous & filthy place.”

    Predictably, the Left — including most of cable news — rushed to condemn Trump as a racist. Speaker Nancy Pelosi — whose father was once mayor of Baltimore — called Cummings “a beloved leader in Baltimore, and deeply valued colleague. We all reject racist attacks against him and support his steadfast leadership.” Sen. Elizabeth Warren tweeted, “Donald Trump’s tweets are ugly and racist.” Beto O’Rourke called him “the most openly racist president we’ve had in modern history.” Sen. Bernie Sanders chimed in, too.
    https://nypost.com/2019/07/28/trump-is-right-about-baltimore-and-the-democrats-know-it/

  199. [199] 
    Michale wrote:

    The operative rule in politics these days seems to be that any criticism of a non-white politician from anywhere to their right is, by definition, a racist attack. Nothing Trump said pertained in any way to Elijah Cummings’ skin color or ethnicity, only to his failure as a legislator and political leader to do anything to improve his district. The real question is: Is he right?

    The FACTS clearly show that President Trump is dead on ballz accurate with regards to Baltimore...

    Not a racist thing at all.. Simply the facts...

  200. [200] 
    Michale wrote:

    By any measure of systemic urban collapse, Baltimore is, as Trump said, “very dangerous & filthy.” Among the largest 30 American cities, Baltimore has the highest crime rate, and is a close second to Detroit for the highest rate of violent crime. But for murders, Baltimore is second to no other city, with more than 50 homicides per 100,000 people. That puts Charm City in the ranks of Jamaica, Venezuela and El Salvador in terms of lethality.

    Once again, ya'all hysterically play the RACE card..

    And yet, the FACTS speak for themselves...

  201. [201] 
    Michale wrote:

    “You would think that you were in a Third World country,” said a noted senator during a tour of Cummings’ district in 2015. “There are hundreds of buildings that are uninhabitable.” Was it Ted Cruz or Jeff Sessions who sneered, “Residents of Baltimore’s poorest boroughs have lifespans shorter than people living under dictatorship in North Korea. That is a disgrace”?

    Who would say such a "horrible thing" about Baltimore!!!???

    None other than Bernie Sanders... :eyeroll:

    No, it was Democratic candidate for president Bernie Sanders, whose comments about Baltimore were not condemned as sickeningly racist, but contemplated as brave reflections on the failure of America to help its struggling communities.

    Funny I don't recall a SINGLE cry of RACISM from anyone here in the Weigantian Peanut Gallery..

    Why is that??

  202. [202] 
    Michale wrote:

    Baltimore has been run by a succession of failed mayors — one of whom stole gift cards meant for poor children, and another who “sold” thousands of copies of her unreadable book to the public hospital system. Local state’s attorney Marilyn Mosby is credited with bungling the investigation into the death of Freddie Gray.

    STEALING gift cards meant for poor children??

    A DEMOCRAT!!!

    And, somehow.. President Trump is the bad guy here...

    For what!!??? Speaking the FACTS!??

  203. [203] 
    Michale wrote:

    But what is so tragic is that Baltimore doesn't have to be a shithole.. It has a high education rate and has 2 solid employers.. The US Government and Johns Hobkins..

    The PROBLEM is they have Democrat Leadership whose SOLE concern is their OWN well being.. And to hell with everyone else...

    The Democrat Party way....

  204. [204] 
    Michale wrote:

    "There is no hatchet to bury."
    -Nancy Pelosi regarding her fued with Occasional Cortex

    https://media.townhall.com/Townhall/Car/b/afb072919dAPR20190729064506.jpg

    Absolutely..... :^/

  205. [205] 
    Michale wrote:

    BIDEN WON'T BE SO POLITE IN NEXT DEBATE
    "Yea.. Cuz THAT'S the problem with our politics.. Too much civility.."

    https://media.townhall.com/Townhall/Car/b/sk072919dAPR20190726104506.jpg

  206. [206] 
    Michale wrote:

    "NOBODY IS ABOVE THE LAW!!!!...... except Crimmigrants..."
    https://media.townhall.com/Townhall/Car/b/bg072919dAPR20190728094510.jpg

  207. [207] 
    Michale wrote:
  208. [208] 
    Kick wrote:

    JL
    122

    The sane ones will, if that guy is Joe b. The not so sane ones hate Donald so much they will vote for a bag of sulfuric acid if it means removing him from office.

    If it was a big enough bag of sulfuric acid, it could remove Trump from a lot more than just the "office"... metaphorically speaking, of course. ;)

  209. [209] 
    Michale wrote:

    If it was a big enough bag of sulfuric acid, it could remove Trump from a lot more than just the "office".

    Ooooo Let's advocate killing the President Of The United States...

    What could go wrong!!???

    :eyeroll: moron...

  210. [210] 
    Paula wrote:

    https://www.thedailybeast.com/gilroy-garlic-festival-shooting-suspect-santiago-legan-posted-about-far-right-book-moments-before-shooting

    Soon after, he posted a picture with a caption that told followers to read a 19th-century, proto-fascist book. The book, which is repeatedly recommended alongside works by Hitler and other fasicsts on forums like 8chan, is full of anti-Semitic, sexist and white supremacist ideology. The book glorifies “Aryan” men, condemns inter-marriage between races and defends violence based on bogus eugenicist tropes.

  211. [211] 
    Michale wrote:

    Soon after, he posted a picture with a caption that told followers to read a 19th-century, proto-fascist book. The book, which is repeatedly recommended alongside works by Hitler and other fasicsts on forums like 8chan, is full of anti-Semitic, sexist and white supremacist ideology. The book glorifies “Aryan” men, condemns inter-marriage between races and defends violence based on bogus eugenicist tropes.

    Yep.. Anti-Semitic... Definitely Democrat..

    Daily Beast!!???

    BBBWWAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA

    :eyeroll: moron.. Up yer meds, Paula...

  212. [212] 
    Kick wrote:

    Charles Brown, Esq.
    132

    Don't Be A Sucker

    Before I clicked your link, I thought, "No way did Charlie Brown post that old anti-fascist military documentary."

    Okay, I now stand corrected.

    You're not the first commenter on this board who correctly compared the Trump con to that of "He Who Must Not Be Named," and as the election draws nearer and the useful idiots spew Trump's bullshit on cue, I would wager you're not remotely going to be the last.

    You also couldn't be more accurate if you tried. :)

  213. [213] 
    Michale wrote:

    More Democrats at work....

    Man Shot In Front Of Northeast Miami-Dade Synagogue
    https://miami.cbslocal.com/2019/07/29/man-shot-near-northeast-miami-dade-synagogue/

    Campaign slogan for Democrats.. "Time to start shooting Jews"

    :eyeroll:

  214. [214] 
    Michale wrote:

    Wisconsin dad accused of killing infant while being held by mother: report
    https://www.foxnews.com/us/wisconsin-man-allegedly-kills-infant-son-by-punching-him-in-the-head-multiple-times-with-closed-fists

    Apparently, another Democrat who listened to the Democrat Governor who said it's perfectly OK to have a discussion on whether a baby can continue to live or not...

    Democrats :eyeroll:

  215. [215] 
    Kick wrote:

    Michale
    209

    Ooooo Let's advocate killing the President Of The United States...

    JL chose the candidate, not me, and I responded to him not you.

    I'm talking about voting for a bag of sulfuric acid (JL's choice) that could remove Trump from the office and expunge all of Trump's executive orders (metaphorically speaking).

    Meanwhile, your disturbed spew immediately turns to your standard violent bullshit and your propensity wherein you routinely make up fake quotes and ideas and assign them to other posters and proves exactly who you are: a lying demented troll.

    But then again, everyone already knows that... so there's nothing new from your roach and rat infested doublewide in the stench hole you reside.

  216. [216] 
    Michale wrote:

    Victoria,

    I'm talking about voting for a bag of sulfuric acid (JL's choice) that could remove Trump from the office and expunge all of Trump's executive orders (metaphorically speaking).

    You said "If it was a big enough bag of sulfuric acid, it could remove Trump from a lot more than just the "office"."

    Which implies that you want to remove Trump from the earth..

    At least, that's how the USSS would read it..

    But then again, everyone already knows that... so there's nothing new from your roach and rat infested doublewide in the stench hole you reside.

    And here you go again, dragging your mother and father into the discussion.. I really don't think ANYONE cares where your parents live.. I mean, I know they disowned you and all, but you really don't have to attack them like that..

  217. [217] 
    Michale wrote:

    Rep. Ilhan Omar faces challenge from Chris Kelley, a celebrated Iraq war veteran

    When Rep. Ilhan Omar ignited steep controversy in March describing the September 11 attacks as “some people did something,” it was then that a longtime cop in her neighborhood decided he needed to do more than just bemoan what he perceived as a shocking trivialization of a terrorist attack that tore through the fabric of his beloved country.

    Now, Chris Kelley, who has collected eleven military medals as a 27-year veteran of the U.S. Army and Army Reserves and clocked more than 36,000 hours patrolling the Minnesota streets as a 20-year veteran of the Minneapolis Police Force, has his sights set on knocking Omar from her seat representing Minnesota’s 5th Congressional District in 2020.

    “September 11 was a terrible loss of life, not just for police officers and firefighters and other first responders, but 3,000 people and non-combatants died, and to be dismissive of that was an outrage. I could sit and complain or I could do something about it,” Kelley, who is campaigning as an Independent, told Fox News. “And I believe I can be a positive voice in standing up for people in our country, and for our first responders and the people every day on the frontlines.”

    In his view, current representative Omar has devoted too much time to crafting her “celebrity” than on being of service to the community, which he insists he will serve honorably if elected.
    https://www.foxnews.com/politics/minneapolis-police-officer-and-celebrated-iraqi-war-veteran-announces-run-for-rep-ilhan-omars-seat

    It's Independents like MSGT Kelley who will save this country from the scumbags America Haters like Omar...

  218. [218] 
    Kick wrote:

    Michael

    You said "If it was a big enough bag of sulfuric acid, it could remove Trump from a lot more than just the "office"."

    Which implies that you want to remove Trump from the earth..

    Context, you fucking uneducated moron!

    The sane ones will, if that guy is Joe b. The not so sane ones hate Donald so much they will vote for a bag of sulfuric acid if it means removing him from office. ~ JL

    I didn't choose "sulfuric acid" as the candidate, you fucking moron; another poster did. Take it up with JL if your mind has decided that it's a death threat in the context of voting for a bag of sulfuric acid versus voting for the Bag of Orange Shit.

    Context: Voting.

    Whomever the Democratic candidate running against the bag of shit and whatever term is used to describe them by JL, me, Russ, Neil, or anyone else, I believe I have made it abundantly clear on this board at least 500+ times now that I want to see Trump voted out of office and held responsible for his crimes as set forth in writing in documents in various courtrooms across America and placed in prison with the other Trump Trash now residing there. This often repeated sentiment of mine wouldn't be possible under the scenario you've fabricated and assigned to me. Nice try, though.

    At least, that's how the USSS would read it..

    I'll find out. Oh, wait, I don't have to!

    You're even dumber than I thought if you believe that. You can seriously stop pretending to be a cop, Michael, when you and your family are demonstrable thieves who've committed multiple crimes and landed in your stench hole because of your actions and because of your ignorance.

    And here you go again, dragging your mother and father into the discussion.. I really don't think ANYONE cares where your parents live.. I mean, I know they disowned you and all, but you really don't have to attack them like that..

    You're lying trailer trash, Mike, and nothing you invent about other posters will change that fact.

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