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Termin8ter sure licks his own *** a lot.
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Termin8tor » 02 Feb 2018, 11:21 am » wrote: Trump gets it.

He tells the truth that cowed Republicans were afraid to, afraid to speak honestly for fear they'd be targeted by the corrupt liberalMSM.

So of course liberals hate Trump.

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And I'll give serious odds that both Trump and McConnell have prepared for this vacancy and will move forward very quickly.

And liberals' demands not to are ****.

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History Is on the Side of GOP Filling a Scotus Vacancy in 2020
By DAN MCLAUGHLIN
Choosing not to fill a vacancy would be a historically unprecedented act of unilateral disarmament.
https://www.nationalreview.com/2020/08/ ... term=first

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Termin8tor » 02 Feb 2018, 11:21 am » wrote: Trump gets it.

He tells the truth that cowed Republicans were afraid to.....

 

.....For the OBVIOUS reason.


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Termin8tor » 19 Sep 2020, 9:14 am » wrote:
Termin8tor » 02 Feb 2018, 11:21 am » wrote: Trump gets it.

He tells the truth that cowed Republicans were afraid to, afraid to speak honestly for fear they'd be targeted by the corrupt liberalMSM.

So of course liberals hate Trump.
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And I'll give serious odds that both Trump and McConnell have prepared for this vacancy and will move forward very quickly.

And liberals' demands not to are ****.

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History Is on the Side of GOP Filling a Scotus Vacancy in 2020
By DAN MCLAUGHLIN
Choosing not to fill a vacancy would be a historically unprecedented act of unilateral disarmament.
https://www.nationalreview.com/2020/08/ ... term=first

 
  March 20, 2016
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5cTSn_pZZKU

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August 7, 2020
"If a Supreme Court vacancy opens up between now and the end of the year, Republicans should fill it. Given the vital importance of the Court to rank-and-file Republican voters and grassroots activists, particularly in the five-decade-long quest to overturn Roe v. Wade, it would be political suicide for Republicans to refrain from filling a vacancy unless some law or important traditional norm was against them. There is no such law and no such norm; those are all on their side. Choosing not to fill a vacancy would be a historically unprecedented act of unilateral disarmament. It has never happened once in all of American history. There is no chance that the Democrats, in the same position, would ever reciprocate, as their own history illustrates."*



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Termin8tor » 19 Sep 2020, 9:14 am » wrote: .
And I'll give serious odds that both Trump and McConnell have prepared for this vacancy and will move forward very quickly.

And liberals' demands not to are ****.

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I think it essential that someone under investigation in numerous jurisdictions be granted the discretion to appoint another SCOTUS justice.....before going to jail.
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I had to lie to do it, but hey, I get to do that for a living.

I repeat slogans.

I don't care about frequency. 4 of the last 8 winners were from small countries. THat is the point.

Don't bother if it is going to be from behind. It could be anyone.

Your context is irrelevant.

If you are going to get all personal, as is your tactic, there is no need to continue

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Blackvegetable » 19 Sep 2020, 9:49 am » wrote: I think it essential that someone under investigation in numerous jurisdictions be granted the discretion to appoint another SCOTUS justice.....before going to jail.
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You need to double-check your math.
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There are ANY NUMBER OF SPANKY TRUMP'S CONGRESSIONAL-HAREM who will be paying for their loyalty to him.

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Termin8tor » 02 Feb 2018, 11:21 am » wrote: Trump gets it.

He tells the truth that cowed Republicans were afraid to, afraid to speak honestly for fear they'd be targeted by the corrupt liberalMSM.

So of course liberals hate Trump.
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Difficult to argue with Lott's reasoning.

One of the reasons the American Spectator is one of the country's best political publications.

And why liberals won't read it.
 

If Trump chooses her, that might well seal the deal for November win.

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Stephanie Davis and the Supremes
Ten reasons Trump might pick her to fill RBG's robes
by JEREMY LOTT
September 20, 2020, 12:04 AM
My best guess for who Donald Trump will nominate to replace the late Ruth Bader Ginsburg on the Supreme Court is Stephanie Dawkins Davis. She is a judge in the United States District Court for the Eastern District of Michigan. I believe President Trump will choose her to fill the election year vacancy for ten reasons:

1) Davis is African American. That shouldn’t be hugely important, but this is 2020, year of George Floyd and riots and Black Lives Matter. In fact, Davis was the first African American female judge that Trump nominated, in 2019. She was a magistrate (administrative) judge at the time.

2) Davis is a woman. This one matters less with Elena Kagan and Sonia Sotomayor as sitting justices, but it’s been a minute since a Republican nominated a woman to the Supreme Court and even longer since Republicans managed to get a woman all the way through the process. Sandra Day O’Connor was installed in 1981.

3) Davis is from Michigan. It’s a must win-state for Trump, and her nomination could help him win it. While Davis didn’t grow up in Michigan, her legal career has flourished there, first as a lawyer at a Detroit firm and then in the civil and criminal divisions of the local U.S. Attorney’s Office. She became a Magistrate Judge and then a United States District Court Judge out of Michigan. And she is married to Grant Davis, an executive at Ford Motor Company.

4) Davis is an America booster. In a really telling written exchange concerning her District Court nomination, California Democratic Senator Dianne Feinstein questioned Davis’s remarks at a 2017 naturalization ceremony.

https://spectator.org/stephanie-davis-and-the-supremes/
 

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Termin8tor » 02 Feb 2018, 11:21 am » wrote: Trump gets it.

He tells the truth that cowed Republicans were afraid to, afraid to speak honestly for fear they'd be targeted by the corrupt liberalMSM.

So of course liberals hate Trump.

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Trump is exactly the right man for a very, very, very dangerous point in American history.

Dishonestly hiding their radical philosophy from Americans, the Radical Left has surreptitiously infiltrated the government for decades, helped most recently by leftist Obama, whose mentor was an underground Communist and whose spiritual adviser was a racist, anti-semitic, anti-American Marxist/ Communist.

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the Left and the directionless but power-hungry tergiversations of the Left’s NeverTrump enablers have been warning us about since before Trump took office: first, that he is a madman whose blusterings would precipitate numerous wars and, second, he is a crude simpleton who lacks the sophistication demanded by his great office. 
   

How do those charges look now? Every week it seems there is more good news from the Mideast. The last time I checked, Donald Trump had been nominated not once but twice for the Nobel Peace Prize (which led The Atlantic to declare that it’s time to end the 119-year-old award). 

As for the crude simpleton wheeze, how about this from the president’s remarks following that conference on American history: 
Our mission is to defend the legacy of America’s founding, the virtue of America’s heroes, and the nobility of the American character. We must clear away the twisted web of lies in our schools and classrooms, and teach our children the magnificent truth about our country. We want our sons and daughters to know that they are the citizens of the most exceptional nation in the history of the world.
Maybe there is precedent for a president wading into the murky waters of left-wing academic rhetoric, but I cannot think of one as explicit and as accurate as this. Adducing the doctrine of critical race theory and some of its operational offshoots like the New York Times-sponsored “1619 Project,” Trump said: 
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This is a Marxist doctrine holding that America is a wicked and racist nation, that even young children are complicit in oppression, and that our entire society must be radically transformed. Critical race theory is being forced into our children’s schools, it’s being imposed into workplace trainings, and it’s being deployed to rip apart friends, neighbors, and families.
https://amgreatness.com/2020/09/19/amer ... ime-it-is/

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Termin8tor » 02 Feb 2018, 11:21 am » wrote: Trump gets it.

He tells the truth that cowed Republicans were afraid to, afraid to speak honestly for fear they'd be targeted by the corrupt liberalMSM.

So of course liberals hate Trump.

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Having a president who shows awesome courage encourages others to have it, too.

And it is imperative that we have nine justices on SCOTUS because Democrats want to tied the elections up in the courts.

In an attempt to steal them.

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Lindsey Graham: We’ve Got the Votes to Confirm, and It’s Happening Before the Election
Posted at 11:00 pm on September 21, 2020 by Bonchie
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Trump "gets it" up his ***.
 

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Termin8tor » 02 Feb 2018, 11:21 am » wrote: Trump gets it.

He tells the truth that cowed Republicans were afraid to, afraid to speak honestly for fear they'd be targeted by the corrupt liberalMSM.

So of course liberals hate Trump.
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Almost everything the liberal MSM have said about Trump is a lie.

Especially the deeply ugly lie that he praised the neo-Nazis in Charlottesville.

 Enthusiastically spread by the board's premier psychopath, little Miss Marxist.

Gosh,  why did those racist Deplorables cheer what Trump has done for black Americans?
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White House Advisor Ja'Ron Smith Brings the House Down in Atlanta
Ellie  BufkinEllie Bufkin....
Smith, 38, is a graduate of the historically Black Howard University in Washington D.C. On Friday, he spoke passionately about his boss's unflinching support of HBCUs and dedicated investment in the Black community. 
Kelb Hull
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Deputy Assistant to the President Ja'Ron Smith:

"I only had a 1.9 GPA.... I prioritized schoolwork, went to Howard, and ended working for the president of the United States."

Only in America
Other speakers hailed the president's success in his first term, and the crowd roared with applause as the many different featured personalities listed off the things Trump's administration has done to benefit Black America. 
https://townhall.com/tipsheet/elliebufk ... p-n2576940
 

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DennisTheMenace » 22 Sep 2020, 9:24 am » wrote: Trump "gets it" up his ***.

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Wow, that's just brilliant.

I'll  bet you're the pride of all the wackjobs.

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Termin8tor » 02 Feb 2018, 11:21 am » wrote: Trump gets it.

He tells the truth that cowed Republicans were afraid to, afraid to speak honestly for fear they'd be targeted by the corrupt liberalMSM.

So of course liberals hate Trump.

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Boy, isn't Trump stupid!
 

I wonder how many times Trump has read "The Art of War." Or maybe he just knows it instinctively.

Trump apparently "saved" the Barrett nomination in case Judge Ginsberg died, nominating Kavanaugh first.

The wackjob left wants Democrats to destroy Barrett at whatever cost, meaning Dems have the choice between offending ordinary Americans who would react in horror in November.

Or offending the wackjob left party of their base. many of whom will stay home in bitter anger.

Trump has put Dems in a lose-lose situation.
     

And Barrett will be easily confirmed, with some Democrat votes.

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Barrett Will Sail
The Left is going to find Amy Coney Barrett a tough nut to attack. She is smart, pleasant, and competent. Her personal history is an open book of service and commitment.
By Roger Kimball • September 26, 2020
https://amgreatness.com/2020/09/26/barrett-will-sail/

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Termin8tor » 02 Feb 2018, 11:21 am » wrote: Trump gets it.

He tells the truth that cowed Republicans were afraid to, afraid to speak honestly for fear they'd be targeted by the corrupt liberalMSM.

So of course liberals hate Trump.

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Trump knows that half of Americans don't vote, and that huge numbers of them were alienated from politics because neither party addressed their issues or years of large pockets of high unemployment where they lived.

Not only did Trump promise to improve their lives, he did.

Meaning polls don't reflect that millions of Americans who haven't voted in many years are not only going to vote, but bring friends and family and often volunteer.

Even the corrupt liberal MSM are finally beginning to catch on.
 

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Trump is winning the voter registration battle against Biden in key states
By David Wasserman
....there are signs Trump's ground operation is paying off when it comes to registering new voters in key states, an advantage that could become important if the race tightens before Nov. 3.

The Trump campaign has boasted that it knocks on more than a million doors a week, a claim that's impossible to independently verify. In sharp contrast, the Biden campaign had ditched a ground game for virtual outreach, citing Covid-19 concerns — even though academic research has routinely concluded door-to-door canvassing is the "most consistently effective and efficient method of voter mobilization." Only just now has the Biden campaign decided to restart its in-person voter contacts in some battleground states.....

As deadlines approach, new data from the past few months shows Republicans have swamped Democrats in adding new voters to the rolls, a dramatic GOP improvement over 2016, even if new registrations have lagged 2016 rates across the board. It's a sign that in a pandemic, Democrats are struggling to seize traditional opportunities to pad their margins, such as the return of students to college campuses.

Of the six states Trump won by less than 5 points in 2016, four — Arizona, Florida, North Carolina and Pennsylvania — permit voters to register by party. In all four states, voter registration trends are more robust for the GOP than four years ago.

In Florida, Republicans added a net 195,652 registered voters between this March's presidential primary and the end of August, while Democrats added 98,362 and other voters increased 69,848. During the same period in 2016, Republicans added a net 182,983 registrants, Democrats 163,571 and others 71,982. In 2016, Trump prevailed in Florida by just 112,911 votes.

Even in heavily blue Miami-Dade County, where Hillary Clinton beat Trump by 29 points in 2016, Republicans added a net 22,986 additional voter registrations between March and the end of August, compared to 11,142 for Democrats.

In Pennsylvania, Republicans added a net 135,619 voters between this June's primary and the final week of September, while Democrats added 57,985 and other voters increased 49,995. Between the April 2016 primary and the November 2016 general election, Republicans added 175,016 registrants, Democrats added 155,269 and others 118,989. That fall, Trump won the state by just 44,292 votes.

The pro-GOP trend since 2016 is also apparent, if less dramatic, in Arizona and North Carolina, two Sun Belt states Democrats have high hopes of flipping blue.

In North Carolina, Republicans added a net 83,785 voters between this March's presidential primary and the final week of September, while Democrats added 38,137 and other voters jumped 100,256. During the same period in 2016, Republicans added 54,157 registrants, Democrats added 38,931 and others 140,868. In 2016, Trump carried North Carolina by 173,315 votes.

In Arizona, Democrats out-registered Republicans 31,139 to 29,667 on a net basis between the March presidential primary and the August state primary, compared to Democrats topping Republicans 66,523 to 53,185 over the same period in 2016. This data doesn't include new registrations from late August or September, and Arizona's registration deadline is Oct. 5....

And in Florida, North Carolina and Pennsylvania, Republicans have steadily been closing the registration gap for years as older, rural and conservative voters who used to affiliate as Democrats either die or formally switch their registrations to the GOP. In each of these states, several counties that voted strongly for Trump still have overwhelming Democratic voter registration advantages.

But privately, several Democratic strategists are deeply disturbed by their party's failure to keep pace with its registration successes in 2016 and fault the Biden campaign's lack of in-person outreach for the lag.

The Trump campaign is well aware of the opportunity it has to expand its core demographic base through registration and mobilization: in 2016, there were 2.4 million eligible whites without college degrees who didn't vote in Pennsylvania; 2.2 million in Florida, 1.6 million in Michigan and 872,000 in Wisconsin, according to estimates compiled by the Cook Political Report.
https://www.nbcnews.com/politics/2020-e ... s-n1241674

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You were right, he 'got it'.

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simplejack » 02 Oct 2020, 11:14 am » wrote: You were right, he 'got it'.
Beat me to it lol
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"Like a dictator," shrieks the psychopath.
 

Trump has risked his life to serve the country, while Slow Joe hides in his basement.

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Coronavirus battle shows the bravery of President Trump: Devine
By Miranda DevineOctober 4, 2020 | 9:59pm | Updated
President Trump is not a basement guy.

Sure, he could have done a Joe Biden and hidden in the White House the last five months, a president under quarantine cowering from the Chinese virus.

The symbolism would have been disastrous for the mightiest nation on the planet. Trump had to show fearlessness in the face of the virus. House Speaker Nancy Pelosi last week called his refusal to kowtow to the coronavirus a “brazen invitation” to get sick.

But, as the president told his old friend Rudy Giuliani on Saturday afternoon, he took the risks he had to take, because “Great generals do not lead from behind. They get out front and motivate the troops.”

He was speaking to the former Big Apple mayor by phone from his hospital room at Walter Reed Medical Center, where he was flown by helicopter after his oxygen levels began to fall.

I knew there was a risk that I could catch [the virus]. But if I couldn’t accept that risk, I should resign . . .

“I am the president of the United States. I can’t lock myself in a room . . . I had to confront it so the American people stopped being afraid of it so we could deal with it responsibly.

“I couldn’t hide in the White House . . .

“If I had handled it any other way, I would have created more panic, more fear in the American people . . .

“I’m going to beat this. Then I will be able to show people we can deal with this disease responsibly, but we shouldn’t be afraid of it.”


Giuliani, widely praised for his leadership during the Sept. 11, 2001, terrorist attacks, knows a thing or two about leadership. His staff urged him to retreat to safety in Brooklyn after the Twin Towers were attacked, but instead he went straight to Ground Zero.

'I'm going to beat this,' Trump tells Rudy Giuliani of COVID-19 during phone call
“You can only lead from the front,” he says....

The fact is that a president doing his job and running for re-election necessarily is in contact with thousands of people. It’s not surprising he would contract the highly infectious coronavirus, regardless of precautions.

Biden’s timid behavior is not a model for how a president needs to behave. The obsessive measures taken to protect the 77-year-old border on fetishistic, with elaborate social distancing circles taped on the ground and masks at 20 paces. Staff yell, “Keep back!” and “Six feet.”

If this was your grandfather, you would appreciate the caution. But a president can’t be paralyzed by fear, and neither can the country.
https://nypost.com/2020/10/04/coronavir ... mp-devine/

 

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Termin8tor » 02 Feb 2018, 11:21 am » wrote: Trump gets it.

He tells the truth that cowed Republicans were afraid to, afraid to speak honestly for fear they'd be targeted by the corrupt liberalMSM.

So of course liberals hate Trump.

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They hate him because he utterly destroys not only their failed liberal philosophy, but their memes and propaganda.

Laura Ingraham had three of the world's most esteemed epidemiologists on her show, and one said strongly that what Trump told Americans is exactly what he should have.

That excessive fear of the minimal risks is much worse than the disease itself.
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President Trump gives a magnificent statement on his return to the White House
By Andrea Widburg...
Donald J. Trump
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I will be leaving the great Walter Reed Medical Center today at 6:30 P.M. Feeling really good! Don’t be afraid of Covid. Don’t let it dominate your life. We have developed, under the Trump Administration, some really great drugs & knowledge. I feel better than I did 20 years ago!
2:37 PM · Oct 5, 2020
https://www.americanthinker.com/blog/20 ... house.html

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Trump obviously doesn't get it.
 
 
 

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Termin8tor » 06 Oct 2020, 9:34 am » wrote: .
They hate him because he utterly destroys not only their failed liberal philosophy, but their memes and propaganda.

Laura Ingraham had three of the world's most esteemed epidemiologists on her show, and one said strongly that what Trump told Americans is exactly what he should have.

That excessive fear of the minimal risks is much worse than the disease itself.
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Turdinator and what the right wing media told him to think as usual.  
 

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