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2 minutes ago, Doc Brown said:

Oh please.  Abrams was whining about voter suppression when she lost and still hasn't conceded.  Both sides are gullible to misinformation campaigns.

 

Indeed. The party that received fewer votes whined louder.  Pretty similiar IMO

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Just now, The Frankish Reich said:

Well, that's legislation. Like the section 230 repeal language Trump wanted to tie to the defense reauthorization.

 

Not to the extent that was forced into the Covid bill. How much would repealing Section 230 cost ? Could we use the $14 million we sent to Pakistan for gender studies ? When the mainstream and social media become partisan, it Is time to take action. 

Just now, wAcKy ZeBrA said:

 

Indeed. The party that received fewer votes whined louder.  Pretty similiar IMO

 

I certainly wonder how loud the Democrats would be squealing now about election fraud has Trump won MI/WI/GA/PA and a few others. 

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2 minutes ago, Looper said:

 

Not to the extent that was forced into the Covid bill. How much would repealing Section 230 cost ? Could we use the $14 million we sent to Pakistan for gender studies ? When the mainstream and social media become partisan, it Is time to take action. 

Should Twitter be sued for allowing The Real Donald Trump to keep tweeting/retweeting wild conspiracy theories?

I could live with that.

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1 minute ago, Looper said:

I certainly wonder how loud the Democrats would be squealing now about election fraud has Trump won MI/WI/GA/PA and a few others. 

 

Hope it doesn't keep you up all night

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Just now, Looper said:

 

Not to the extent that was forced into the Covid bill. How much would repealing Section 230 cost ? Could we use the $14 million we sent to Pakistan for gender studies ? When the mainstream and social media become partisan, it Is time to take action. 

Rather be gender studies than radical Islam studies. 

Just now, Looper said:

 

Orange man bad lol 

Orange man against democracy. He’s a bad bad man. Hopefully he dies soon 

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1 minute ago, The Frankish Reich said:

Should Twitter be sued for allow The Real Donald Trump to keep tweeting/retweeting wild conspiracy theories?

I could live with that.

 

Sure if also we allow them to be sued for the Russian collusion BS, Kavanaugh BS, fake impeachment and many other conspiracy theories. 

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1 minute ago, Tiberius said:

Rather be gender studies than radical Islam studies. 

Orange man against democracy. He’s a bad bad man. Hopefully he dies soon 

 

Don't worry - you'll be giving mega $ to Iran soon for radical Islam studies and Biden will have you at war soon. 

Do tell us your definition of democracy and how Trump is against it. 

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1 minute ago, Looper said:

 

Orange man bad lol 

Look, the bottom line is this: Orange man IS bad.

He has now proven that he is willing to do anything to try to hold onto power. You could make the argument up until about the time the "perfect call" emerged that people just disliked his demeanor, his brusque NYC ways. But ever since that time he seems hell-bent on proving his critics right. He is willing to bulldoze his way back into another 4 year term, and the only thing standing between Trump and his ambition is the integrity of Mike Pence and perhaps the Supreme Court.

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Just now, wAcKy ZeBrA said:

 

Trump was impeached

 

No ***** Sherlock but by a democratic controlled House and mainly b/c Pelosi hated Trump - what was the vote again ? Democratic sock puppets ...

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Just now, Looper said:

 

No ***** Sherlock but by a democratic controlled House and mainly b/c Pelosi hated Trump - what was the vote again ? Democratic sock puppets ...

Remember when Susan Collins said she voted against removing Trump because she believed he'd learned his lesson and wouldn't abuse his power again?

 

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1 minute ago, The Frankish Reich said:

Look, the bottom line is this: Orange man IS bad.

He has now proven that he is willing to do anything to try to hold onto power. You could make the argument up until about the time the "perfect call" emerged that people just disliked his demeanor, his brusque NYC ways. But ever since that time he seems hell-bent on proving his critics right. He is willing to bulldoze his way back into another 4 year term, and the only thing standing between Trump and his ambition is the integrity of Mike Pence and perhaps the Supreme Court.

 

BS, any candidate with a spine will stand up to election fraud. 

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Just now, Looper said:

 

No ***** Sherlock but by a democratic controlled House and mainly b/c Pelosi hated Trump - what was the vote again ? Democratic sock puppets ...

 

Explain how Twitter should be sued for - specifcally - your words "fake impeachment?"

 

Or are you just full of it?

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Just now, The Frankish Reich said:

Remember when Susan Collins said she voted against removing Trump because she believed he'd learned his lesson and wouldn't abuse his power again?

 

 

Susan Collins is a RINO.

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8 minutes ago, Looper said:

 

Don't worry - you'll be giving mega $ to Iran soon for radical Islam studies and Biden will have you at war soon. 

Do tell us your definition of democracy and how Trump is against it. 

Iran, you mean that country that wasn’t building a bomb until Trump came along? 

 

Voting, and counting the votes. 

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3 minutes ago, Looper said:

 

Susan Collins is a RINO.

One of the most obnoxious things Trumpies do: co-opt the language of their adversaries.

RINO traditionally would've applied to TRUMP: a long-time Democrat, huge contributor to Democratic politicians, who suddenly calls himself a Republican to run in their primary. And look at what he is: unabashedly big government, pro-huge deficits, against any changes to entitlement programs like Medicare and Social Security ... all the things that would have fit within the Democratic Party platform when he was one of them. And now add to that "contempt for states' rights in the electoral process."

And now the people who have been real Republicans for a long time - think Mitt Romney (a budget hawk, committed to limiting the size and scope of the federal government, etc., etc.) are, paradoxically, dismissed as RINOs.

And this not-so-clever switcheroo works. On the not so clever.

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2 minutes ago, Tiberius said:

Iran, you mean that country that wasn’t building a bomb until Trump came along? 

 

Voting, and counting the votes. 

 

How do you know they weren't building a bomb ? Obama gave them $150 billion. Do you think they didn't want to destroy Israel pre-Trump ?

 

And I'm all for counting legal votes - let's all get a voter ID so we all vote once and in the state we're registered. If Biden won the election fair and square, why wouldn't he welcome all vote audits, both machine and paper and say so publicly. If if Biden/Harris are so sure about his win, why hasn't Kamala Harris resigned her Senate seat ? 

4 minutes ago, The Frankish Reich said:

One of the most obnoxious things Trumpies do: co-opt the language of their adversaries.

RINO traditionally would've applied to TRUMP: a long-time Democrat, huge contributor to Democratic politicians, who suddenly calls himself a Republican to run in their primary. And look at what he is: unabashedly big government, pro-huge deficits, against any changes to entitlement programs like Medicare and Social Security ... all the things that would have fit within the Democratic Party platform when he was one of them. And now add to that "contempt for states' rights in the electoral process."

And now the people who have been real Republicans for a long time - think Mitt Romney (a budget hawk, committed to limiting the size and scope of the federal government, etc., etc.) are, paradoxically, dismissed as RINOs.

And this not-so-clever switcheroo works. On the not so clever.

 

Trump was a Democrat when the party was more centric and not drifting way to the left as it is now. The Democratic platform has changed dramatically in the last 25 years.

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Just now, Looper said:

 

How do you know they weren't building a bomb ? Obama gave them $150 billion. Do you think they didn't want to destroy Israel pre-Trump ?

 

And I'm all for counting legal votes - let's all get a voter ID so we all vote once and in the state we're registered. If Biden won the election fair and square, why wouldn't he welcome all vote audits, both machine and paper and say so publicly. If if Biden/Harris are so sure about his win, why hasn't Kamala Harris resigned her Senate seat ? 

What will be your excuse when repubtards lose with voter IDs... Where is the evidence? Why would she resign her seat? You do know it isn't the 20th yet. Pence is gonna piss you off tomorrow.

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A little reality check. I am greatly disturbed by the latest Trump assault on the electoral process, and how our very system of government has been shown to depend on the integrity of just a few men and women. This is an awful precedent. Once the can of worms has been opened it can't be closed again. We will see this again. 2024, 2028 ... oh, it will happen again.

 

But for tomorrow: 

- I highly doubt Pence will go full Trump. I expect him to do his constitutional duty.

- If he is even more cowardly and sycophantic than I think, and if he tries to pull that "send the certificates back to the states for clarification" ruse, I would expect the Biden campaign and/or at least some of the states to go directly to the Supreme Court. And I would expect the Supreme Court to clarify Pence's duty, and to disallow any maneuver to circumvent the law. They've already signaled this in their quick dismissal of the Texas lawsuit. And unless Trump is willing to ignore a Supreme Court ruling, that will be the end of it.

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