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Redwingtom » 12 Oct 2021, 2:23 pm » wrote: Hi everyone. Just registered here.

I was effectively driven from the previous forum I used to post on for nearly 20 years by the cult of trump and tone-deaf moderation and lack thereof.

Hoping to find a home here. 
It takes a certain mentality to survive here but it is a nice home... welcome...
Any tips you can provide will be greatly appreciated.
Well, since you mention your TDS in your first post you will probably like @Blackvegetable  and @Benson13 ... they can give you some tips for that...
I look forward to interacting with everyone.
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Benson13 » 11 Oct 2021, 8:23 am » wrote: LMFAO.....Lets see it!
For you, I'll be happy to provide it.  I'm always happy to educate ignorant liberals:
Here’s What The Arizona Election Audit Reveals: Undeniable Voter Fraud Really Happened And Christians Must Be ConcernedChristianity Daily BY SARAH MAE SALIONG SEP 29, 2021Key points from the auditThe Arizona audit findings were released on September 24 at 4 p.m. and were dubbed "the peoples audit." This is said to be the first comprehensive forensic audit of elections in the U.S.Diverse independent groups reportedly performed the audit. The main results are summarized as follows:

Dr. V.A. Shiva Ayyadurai, M.I.T. PhD, and his Echomail team looked for blank or scribbled signatures, as well as incomplete signatures. They discovered numerous blank signature boxes authorized by election authorities, which is against election standards and regulations.

The most surprising discovery came from examining signatures. His team found 34,448 duplicate ballots in the 2020 AZ general election. This implies that the results contained at least 17,224 votes that were invalid owing to duplicate or triple voting by the same person. Biden reportedly won Arizona by only 10,457 votes, nearly 7,000 less than the above mentioned invalid votes.

Forensic audit

Doug Logan, President of Cyber Ninjas, was recruited by the Arizona State Senate to supervise the forensic audit at the Veterans Memorial Coliseum on the State Fairgrounds in Maricopa County.

Among his discoveries are:

For more than 255,000 early ballots, the early voting returns file did not match the county final vote file.
Over 9,000 mail-in votes were received and counted, exceeding the county's official total.
A canvass revealed almost 3,400 more votes than reported.
On election day, there were 1,551 more votes cast than voters.
Despite relocating to Maricopa County after the October 5 deadline, over 23,000 voted via mail.
2,382 people voted in person in Maricopa County after moving away.
For moving out of state less than 29 days before the election, almost 2,000 voters were granted a complete ballot instead of a presidential-only ballot.
Almost 300 dead people reportedly have voted.
Nearly 2,500 votes were reported as uncast in the early voting results.


Technical audit

Ben Cotton, CyFIR's creator and an IT analyst, revealed that Maricopa County erased a significant amount of 2020 general election data from computer systems shortly before handing them over to auditors.

"We have captured screen shots of Maricopa County people at the keyboards during those time periods," Cotton said.
Attorney Matthew DePerno, who also joined an IFA webcast, reportedly wrote to AZ State Senator Rogers, questioning AG Behringer's stance. Mr. DePerno has reportedly garnered national recognition for uncovering election fraud in Antrim County, Michigan.
 
Arizona Audit Finds Evidence of Massive Election Fraud
Axcess News By Ernest Dempsey September 25, 2021

Extensive election fraud at multiple stages of voting in the 2020 election in Arizona was revealed in the audit report of Maricopa County election. The report was presented before the Arizona State Senate in Phoenix, yesterday.

While the mainstream media have cast doubt on validity of the effort, the The Gateway Pundit summarized the audit findings as the hearing proceeded. Of the multiple kinds of voter fraud found by the Arizona audit, there were:

17000 duplicated ballots – details
57,734 ballots with serious issues like people voting twice, invalid votes, people voting despite having moved from the state, and others – details
Serious security issues with both software and hardware of the computerized voting system, including thousands of deleted files and anonymous logins – detailsWendy Rogers Speech on Arizona AuditFollowing the Arizona audit report, conservative Senator Wendy Rogers of Arizona posted on her social media that the audit has been referred to the AZ Attorney General for further action. In a related post, Rogers posted the slogan Decertify as she wrote: “The Attorney General is going to have a field day with the technical aspect of this report.”Rogers also gave a short speech after the Arizona audit report’s hearing, saying that the rampant corruption and fraud in the 2020 election call for a forensic audit in all 50 states.
 
Breaking: AZ Auditors Reveal Massively Disturbing Results in 2020 Election
By Michael Austin and Deborah Van Kempen July 15, 2021

On Thursday, Arizona Republicans issued a major announcement related to the audit of Maricopa County’s 2020 general election results.

During the proceedings, Arizona state Senate President Karen Fann, along with state Senate Judiciary Committee Chairman Warren Petersen, gave the floor to auditors who announced that as many as 74,000 absentee ballot mail-in records are missing in addition to a great many vote irregularities found by the audit.Fann began the hearing by introducing three individuals who played key roles in the state audit.Lead auditor Doug Logan first introduced a video clip that detailed the process and emphasized the security measures that were taken to ensure the audit could proceed safely.

Former Arizona Secretary of State and Arizona Senate liaison Ken Bennett then provided specifics of the audit, including how many ballots were received and examined, how data was collected and examined from voting equipment and which security protocols were enforced while the audit took place.

The liaison noted that the examination of duplicate ballots was a particularly strenuous process. Duplicate ballots are typically produced when a ballot becomes damaged or is improperly marked.

“It has created great difficulty to try to match up a duplicated ballot to its duplicate,” Bennett said, noting that some serial numbers were completely missing from duplicated ballots, while some were printed on the top right side where “black square alignment marks” were present, making it difficult to read and match the numbers.

Finally, digital security expert Ben Cotton was called upon to walk through the process of the forensic examination of devices used in the Maricopa County election. Cotton, in keeping with the other testimonies given during the hearing, underscored that drastic security measures were taken to ensure the integrity of all machines inspected.

“We have exactly a bit-for-bit image of these systems as we received them. We did not modify, we did not change any chips, we did not access anything other than the hard drives … If there were any changes to equipment, those would have had to occur within the custody of the board of supervisors.”

There were a number of additional inconsistencies reportedly found by the audit, including ink bleeds in incorrect places, ballots that were incorrectly marked/placed and form number inconsistencies found on ballots.

In addition, auditors said that 11,326 people that did not show up in Nov. 7 voter rolls appeared on Dec. 4 voter rolls. Another 3,981 shown to have voted only registered after Oct. 15, according to statements provided during the hearing.

The 2021 Maricopa County presidential ballot audit began shortly following the election, driven largely by former President Donald Trump’s assertions of “election fraud” in several swing states across the nation.

After looking into the matter, Arizona Senate Republicans decided there was sufficient concern over the integrity of Maricopa County’s 2020 election for them to begin an investigation into the election results.

The Republican state senators then began a long battle with officials on the Maricopa County Board of Supervisors before a judge eventually ruled the audit could take place. Bennett spoke to this difficulty during his testimony, stating that the county had refused to provide certain materials outlined in a subpoena issued by the state Senate.

Ever since that ruling, the Maricopa County audit has been an incredibly contentious partisan issue.

Republicans feel that double-checking the election results can only produce a good outcome. In their view, there are two possible solutions.

One, discrepancies will be found (and corrected), or two, the initial results will be confirmed, strengthening the public’s trust in the election process — trust which has greatly waned following the 2020 election.
 ARIZONA 2020 ELECTION AUDIT BOTTOM LINE: 173,104 “Lost Votes” and 96,389 “Ghost Votes”September 9, 2021/by Dr. Rich Swier 
Data Expert: Up To 300,000 Fake People Voted In Arizona Election, "Biggest Fraud" In History 
RealClear Politics By Tim Hains December 1, 2020

Bobby Piton is a managing partner of Pre-Active Investments, LLC and an investment advisor representative of Total Clarity Wealth Management. He used Arizona’s official government data to run his analysis.

After analyzing the data, he believes this is the "biggest fraud in the history of our constitutional republic is taking place right before our eyes.” He thinks there are between 120,000 and 306,000 fake people who voted in this election. Piton presented his findings and said that he would never have certified Arizona’s election results.

"I would have never ever have certified, I would rather resign than have certified those results," he said.

"If I was an executive at a publicly traded company, I would never sign that because I risk jail time and having all my money taken from me in lawsuits,”" he also said. "I believe [the numbers] are fraudulent based on the data… I’d be willing to put my life on it, I’m that sure about the analysis."
 
Arizona Senate Report on the Maricopa County Election Audit Highlights 49,000 Questionable Votes, Asks AG to Investigate
Breitbart by MICHAEL PATRICK LEAHY 25 Sep 2021

https://www.breitbart.com/politics/2021 ... vestigate/
That should be enough evidence for even a dope like you to acknowledge the fraud involved.  But it won't be, because you're an ignorant moron who is so happy with the result that you refuse to grasp the damage done to our election process if such fraud is permitted to continue in future elections.  This no longer has anything to do with Trump.  This has to do with voters having confidence that their vote will be counted honestly in the future. 
 
 
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Benson13 » 10 Oct 2021, 5:31 am » wrote: Research reports Trump voters were more likely to perform poorly on a test of intellectual ability.

TRUMP'S APPEAL TO THE COGNITIVELY CHALLENGED 

During the 2016 election, Donald Trump famously proclaimed "I love the poorly educated!" Well, if "poorly educated" is a euphemism for "cognitively challenged," new research finds they loved him right back.It reports Trump voters, on average, performed more poorly than Hillary Clinton supporters on a standard test widely regarded as a good indicator of intellectual ability.
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Benson13 » 10 Oct 2021, 10:56 am » wrote: Trump bragged on Saturday about refusing to concede after he lost the 2020 presidential election to Joe Biden.
 Speaking at a rally at the Iowa State Fair, Trump was reading off his teleprompter about how there have been more coronavirus fatalities in 2021 than 2020, but then he got distracted.
 "And you know, some people thought — first of all, he didn't get elected, forget that," Trump interjected to applause.
 He then complained about the criticism he has received for pushing his "Big Lie" and criticized former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton."Here's the difference, Hillary conceded. I never conceded," Trump bragged to wild applause.
 "Never conceded, no reason to concede," he said, despite decisively losing.
He should concede because he's a **** loser.
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Benson13 » 10 Oct 2021, 10:56 am » wrote: Trump bragged on Saturday about refusing to concede after he lost the 2020 presidential election to Joe Biden.
 Speaking at a rally at the Iowa State Fair, Trump was reading off his teleprompter about how there have been more coronavirus fatalities in 2021 than 2020, but then he got distracted.
 "And you know, some people thought — first of all, he didn't get elected, forget that," Trump interjected to applause.
 He then complained about the criticism he has received for pushing his "Big Lie" and criticized former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton."Here's the difference, Hillary conceded. I never conceded," Trump bragged to wild applause.
 "Never conceded, no reason to concede," he said, despite decisively losing.
1.  Biden was elected.

2.  Doesn’t matter if he conceded or not.
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Either I find a post in which I address you as Stroky , from BEFORE Jan 24th, or I don't... That's it...

​​​​​​​I'm giving myself 2 weeks to find a post in which I address you as Stroky PRIOR to January 24th... at which time you will have spent ALL your bullets - in time for a 3 month sabbatical...

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We have two perfect examples of the cognitively challenged right here on this forum and they aren't Trump supporters. Of course I'm talking about @Crazytrain  ​​​​@Vegas giants  

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Benson13 » 10 Oct 2021, 5:31 am » wrote: Research reports Trump voters were more likely to perform poorly on a test of intellectual ability.

TRUMP'S APPEAL TO THE COGNITIVELY CHALLENGED 

During the 2016 election, Donald Trump famously proclaimed "I love the poorly educated!" Well, if "poorly educated" is a euphemism for "cognitively challenged," new research finds they loved him right back.It reports Trump voters, on average, performed more poorly than Hillary Clinton supporters on a standard test widely regarded as a good indicator of intellectual ability

."Intellectual factors played an important role in the 2016 election," writes a research team led by Yoav Ganzach of Tel Aviv University. "These results suggest that the 2016 U.S. presidential election had less to do with party affiliation, income, or education, and more to do with basic cognitive ability."In the journal Social Psychological and Personality Science, Ganzach and his colleagues analyzed data from the American National Election Studies, which included 5,914 participants in 2012 and 4,271 in 2016.

Besides expressing their attitudes toward that year's presidential candidates, participants took a standard test of verbal ability. Specifically, they were presented with 10 sets of words, and asked "to identify the word or phrase in a set of five that was the closest to the target word."While hardly comprehensive, the test "is considered a good indicator of general cognitive ability," the researchers note.

After taking into account participants' party affiliation, the researchers found intellectual ability was a strong predictor of attitudes toward the two major candidates in 2016. Specifically, they found "clear negative relationships of verbal ability and education with attitude toward Trump."In contrast, they found "weak, nonsignificant relationships of verbal ability and education with attitude toward [Mitt] Romney" in his failed 2012 campaign. In both elections, higher levels of education and verbal ability were associated with support for the Democratic candidate [Barack Obama or Hillary Clinton]."Support for Trump was better predicted by lower verbal ability than education or income," the researchers add.

"Our analyses indicate that support for Trump was less about socioeconomic standing, and more about intellect."Ganzach and his team note that Trump, on the campaign trail, expressed his opposition to both socially liberal beliefs (such as support for abortion rights and opposition to racism) and fiscally conservative beliefs (such as free trade). Both sets of beliefs have been linked in past research with higher cognitive ability, so it makes sense that their appeal would be largely limited to those who score lower on such measures.This research adds to the rapidly growing list of findings attempting to explain why the American voters (although not a majority) supported a candidate widely viewed as lacking the qualifications or temperament to be president.

While economic anxiety has been largely ruled out as a likely explanation, studies have pointed to whites' fear of declining social status in a rapidly changing society, as well as racist and sexist beliefs, tribalism, possessing an authoritarian mindset, and even being prone to anxiety, and thus susceptible to Trump's fear-based appeals.Ganzach's findings align with those of another recent study that found Democrats who crossed over to vote for him were the least likely demographic to engage in analytical thinking. This may be because, in many cases, they just aren't good at it.
 
 
what about instinctive ability to recognize the difference between biologically evolving and idea of evolution being a scientific theory vs creationism theologies?

Political might vs spiritual right? context principals over compounding principles of kinetic evolving inorganic universal positions and ancestral displacements in one atmosphere never duplicating forms shaped so far.

rule of 72 applied to DNA within each species, each ancestral lineage between plant and animal, predator and prey, among asexual, male, female body types changing form as reproductively positioned to date.

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Benson13 » 10 Oct 2021, 5:31 am » wrote: Research reports Trump voters were more likely to perform poorly on a test of intellectual ability.

TRUMP'S APPEAL TO THE COGNITIVELY CHALLENGED 

During the 2016 election, Donald Trump famously proclaimed "I love the poorly educated!" Well, if "poorly educated" is a euphemism for "cognitively challenged," new research finds they loved him right back.It reports Trump voters, on average, performed more poorly than Hillary Clinton supporters on a standard test widely regarded as a good indicator of intellectual ability

."Intellectual factors played an important role in the 2016 election," writes a research team led by Yoav Ganzach of Tel Aviv University. "These results suggest that the 2016 U.S. presidential election had less to do with party affiliation, income, or education, and more to do with basic cognitive ability."In the journal Social Psychological and Personality Science, Ganzach and his colleagues analyzed data from the American National Election Studies, which included 5,914 participants in 2012 and 4,271 in 2016.

Besides expressing their attitudes toward that year's presidential candidates, participants took a standard test of verbal ability. Specifically, they were presented with 10 sets of words, and asked "to identify the word or phrase in a set of five that was the closest to the target word."While hardly comprehensive, the test "is considered a good indicator of general cognitive ability," the researchers note.

After taking into account participants' party affiliation, the researchers found intellectual ability was a strong predictor of attitudes toward the two major candidates in 2016. Specifically, they found "clear negative relationships of verbal ability and education with attitude toward Trump."In contrast, they found "weak, nonsignificant relationships of verbal ability and education with attitude toward [Mitt] Romney" in his failed 2012 campaign. In both elections, higher levels of education and verbal ability were associated with support for the Democratic candidate [Barack Obama or Hillary Clinton]."Support for Trump was better predicted by lower verbal ability than education or income," the researchers add.

"Our analyses indicate that support for Trump was less about socioeconomic standing, and more about intellect."Ganzach and his team note that Trump, on the campaign trail, expressed his opposition to both socially liberal beliefs (such as support for abortion rights and opposition to racism) and fiscally conservative beliefs (such as free trade). Both sets of beliefs have been linked in past research with higher cognitive ability, so it makes sense that their appeal would be largely limited to those who score lower on such measures.This research adds to the rapidly growing list of findings attempting to explain why the American voters (although not a majority) supported a candidate widely viewed as lacking the qualifications or temperament to be president.

While economic anxiety has been largely ruled out as a likely explanation, studies have pointed to whites' fear of declining social status in a rapidly changing society, as well as racist and sexist beliefs, tribalism, possessing an authoritarian mindset, and even being prone to anxiety, and thus susceptible to Trump's fear-based appeals.Ganzach's findings align with those of another recent study that found Democrats who crossed over to vote for him were the least likely demographic to engage in analytical thinking. This may be because, in many cases, they just aren't good at it.
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Benson13 » 10 Oct 2021, 5:31 am » wrote: Research reports Trump voters were more likely to perform poorly on a test of intellectual ability.

TRUMP'S APPEAL TO THE COGNITIVELY CHALLENGED 

During the 2016 election, Donald Trump famously proclaimed "I love the poorly educated!" Well, if "poorly educated" is a euphemism for "cognitively challenged," new research finds they loved him right back.It reports Trump voters, on average, performed more poorly than Hillary Clinton supporters on a standard test widely regarded as a good indicator of intellectual ability

."Intellectual factors played an important role in the 2016 election," writes a research team led by Yoav Ganzach of Tel Aviv University. "These results suggest that the 2016 U.S. presidential election had less to do with party affiliation, income, or education, and more to do with basic cognitive ability."In the journal Social Psychological and Personality Science, Ganzach and his colleagues analyzed data from the American National Election Studies, which included 5,914 participants in 2012 and 4,271 in 2016.

Besides expressing their attitudes toward that year's presidential candidates, participants took a standard test of verbal ability. Specifically, they were presented with 10 sets of words, and asked "to identify the word or phrase in a set of five that was the closest to the target word."While hardly comprehensive, the test "is considered a good indicator of general cognitive ability," the researchers note.

After taking into account participants' party affiliation, the researchers found intellectual ability was a strong predictor of attitudes toward the two major candidates in 2016. Specifically, they found "clear negative relationships of verbal ability and education with attitude toward Trump."In contrast, they found "weak, nonsignificant relationships of verbal ability and education with attitude toward [Mitt] Romney" in his failed 2012 campaign. In both elections, higher levels of education and verbal ability were associated with support for the Democratic candidate [Barack Obama or Hillary Clinton]."Support for Trump was better predicted by lower verbal ability than education or income," the researchers add.

"Our analyses indicate that support for Trump was less about socioeconomic standing, and more about intellect."Ganzach and his team note that Trump, on the campaign trail, expressed his opposition to both socially liberal beliefs (such as support for abortion rights and opposition to racism) and fiscally conservative beliefs (such as free trade). Both sets of beliefs have been linked in past research with higher cognitive ability, so it makes sense that their appeal would be largely limited to those who score lower on such measures.This research adds to the rapidly growing list of findings attempting to explain why the American voters (although not a majority) supported a candidate widely viewed as lacking the qualifications or temperament to be president.

While economic anxiety has been largely ruled out as a likely explanation, studies have pointed to whites' fear of declining social status in a rapidly changing society, as well as racist and sexist beliefs, tribalism, possessing an authoritarian mindset, and even being prone to anxiety, and thus susceptible to Trump's fear-based appeals.Ganzach's findings align with those of another recent study that found Democrats who crossed over to vote for him were the least likely demographic to engage in analytical thinking. This may be because, in many cases, they just aren't good at it.
Stop with the **** junk science. You morons are so gullible. 
 
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Benson13 » 10 Oct 2021, 5:40 am » wrote: Good Morning Room Idiot
:lol:   :lol:  And a good morning to you too ,Room Nittwit.
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Benson13 » 10 Oct 2021, 5:31 am » wrote: Research reports Trump voters were more likely to perform poorly on a test of intellectual ability.

TRUMP'S APPEAL TO THE COGNITIVELY CHALLENGED 

During the 2016 election, Donald Trump famously proclaimed "I love the poorly educated!" Well, if "poorly educated" is a euphemism for "cognitively challenged," new research finds they loved him right back.It reports Trump voters, on average, performed more poorly than Hillary Clinton supporters on a standard test widely regarded as a good indicator of intellectual ability

."Intellectual factors played an important role in the 2016 election," writes a research team led by Yoav Ganzach of Tel Aviv University. "These results suggest that the 2016 U.S. presidential election had less to do with party affiliation, income, or education, and more to do with basic cognitive ability."In the journal Social Psychological and Personality Science, Ganzach and his colleagues analyzed data from the American National Election Studies, which included 5,914 participants in 2012 and 4,271 in 2016.

Besides expressing their attitudes toward that year's presidential candidates, participants took a standard test of verbal ability. Specifically, they were presented with 10 sets of words, and asked "to identify the word or phrase in a set of five that was the closest to the target word."While hardly comprehensive, the test "is considered a good indicator of general cognitive ability," the researchers note.

After taking into account participants' party affiliation, the researchers found intellectual ability was a strong predictor of attitudes toward the two major candidates in 2016. Specifically, they found "clear negative relationships of verbal ability and education with attitude toward Trump."In contrast, they found "weak, nonsignificant relationships of verbal ability and education with attitude toward [Mitt] Romney" in his failed 2012 campaign. In both elections, higher levels of education and verbal ability were associated with support for the Democratic candidate [Barack Obama or Hillary Clinton]."Support for Trump was better predicted by lower verbal ability than education or income," the researchers add.

"Our analyses indicate that support for Trump was less about socioeconomic standing, and more about intellect."Ganzach and his team note that Trump, on the campaign trail, expressed his opposition to both socially liberal beliefs (such as support for abortion rights and opposition to racism) and fiscally conservative beliefs (such as free trade). Both sets of beliefs have been linked in past research with higher cognitive ability, so it makes sense that their appeal would be largely limited to those who score lower on such measures.This research adds to the rapidly growing list of findings attempting to explain why the American voters (although not a majority) supported a candidate widely viewed as lacking the qualifications or temperament to be president.

While economic anxiety has been largely ruled out as a likely explanation, studies have pointed to whites' fear of declining social status in a rapidly changing society, as well as racist and sexist beliefs, tribalism, possessing an authoritarian mindset, and even being prone to anxiety, and thus susceptible to Trump's fear-based appeals.Ganzach's findings align with those of another recent study that found Democrats who crossed over to vote for him were the least likely demographic to engage in analytical thinking. This may be because, in many cases, they just aren't good at it.
And who did this bogus research? Tel Aviv University... :die:  There aren't many people impaired  more then BrainDead.. start at the top...
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Benson13 » 05 Oct 2021, 12:05 pm » wrote: I don't think America will have to worry about it....

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Yeah, only 99.95% of Republicans will survive this virus. I am sure that will be enough for democrats to win with $6 gas and a Chinese occupied Taiwan. 
 
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Benson13 » 04 Oct 2021, 9:14 am » wrote: Foxaganda did the exact same thing to 3-limb amputee Vietnam Vet Max Cleland 20 years ago...what ScumBags

Cleland served in the United States Army during the Vietnam War, attaining the rank of captain. He was awarded the Silver Star and the Bronze Star for valorous action in combat, including during the Battle of Khe Sanh on April 4, 1968.

Due to the severity of his wounds, doctors amputated both of Cleland's legs above the knee, and his right forearm. He was 25 years old

On election day, Cleland lost to (R)Chambliss 53-46. Some supporters blamed a Chambliss TV ad featuring the likenesses of Osama bin Laden and Saddam Hussein
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Vegas giants is a VAGISIL BOT and The House Expert in Statistics and was voted the member with the lowest IQ
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DIABETES » 28 Sep 2021, 12:15 pm » wrote: @Benson13  says Trump is fleeing to Scotland.

He'd better pick a nation without extradition...
 

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Pengwin » 28 Sep 2021, 8:25 am » wrote: Right, and that will be when Trump himself is indicted.

Just wait on the Grand Jury.  You people have no patience.

@Benson13  says Trump is fleeing to Scotland. 
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Benson13 » 20 Sep 2021, 5:06 am » wrote: A combative Gov. Tate Reeves (R-MS) battled with "State of the Union " host Jake Tapper on Sunday morning after the CNN host pointed out the massive death toll in his state from Covid-19 and point-blank told him: "You're not doing anything."

 During the interview that ranged over 14 minutes, host Tapper called the death toll in Mississippi "horrible" and informed the Republican lawmaker that, if his state was a country, it would be second in Covid deaths per capita worldwide.

 That in turn, led Reeves to accuse the CNN host of not talking about Covid deaths in states overseen by Democratic governors -- with the two talking over each other as Tapper told Reeves he wanted to talk about Mississippi's staggering death toll.

 "Governor, if Mississippi were a country, you would have the second-worst per capita death toll in the world, and I'm saying are you going to do anything to try to change that?" Tapper pressed.

 "Jake, as I mentioned earlier, deaths, unfortunately, are a lagging indicator," Reeves shot back. "Our total number of cases went from 100 to 3,600 and over the last two weeks has declined. They've been cut in half from 3,600 to 1,800. When you wanted me to come on three or four weeks ago and talk about our number of cases then you want to talk about our hospitalizations, now you want to talk about a lagging indicator, which is sad, and it's horrible."

 "I'm saying to you, your way's not working and whether you say it's a lagging indicator, or whatever your argument is. Mississippi now has, if it were its own country, the second-worst per capita death rate in the world, behind only Peru. and I'm saying, are you going to try to do anything to change that and I'm not hearing an answer," Tapper insisted.

 "Well, what I have said to you repeatedly, Jake, is that Mississippi has taken action, Mississippi has seen a significant uptick in the total number of Mississippians that have gotten the vaccine." Reeves attempted. "We've seen our case numbers have fallen dramatically in the last two weeks. And so ultimately, as I have said, deaths, unfortunately, is a lagging indicator, we've seen cases, again, cut in half in Mississippi. And these other states that you refuse to talk about, perhaps because they have Democratic governors, you don't want to talk about them. But the reality is, you and the president and so many other people want to make this about politics."
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If you cherry-picked Chicago or St Louis or whatever you could make the case too.
You could probably find top-of-the-stack (statistically) rich people in Ethiopia while you're at it.
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Benson13 » 20 Sep 2021, 5:24 am » wrote: Its bad enough that the red states have any say-so in our Gov't....but just imagine if they were fully controlling out Gov't..we would have folded 150 years ago
Yeah we would of went the way of the native Americans.