Uh-Oh! Trump’s Days Are Numbered

“Tens of people.”

President Trump’s days are numbered, and that number is over 2000.

Via Legal Insurrection, the haters held a rally last Saturday in support of impeaching Donald Trump. They attracted “tens of people” which is even worse than what Joe Biden typically draws.

Below is a picture from the Lewisburg PA rally:

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125 Responses to Uh-Oh! Trump’s Days Are Numbered

  1. Myiq2xu™ says:

    Meggy called Joyless the “B” word.

    • lyn says:

      We only hate Democrats.

    • DeniseVB says:

      The View is sh*t, I scroll past The View. Even in my libtard days, I realized this show was the beginning of the end of daytime television married to politics, if you’re a lefty. 😉

      • Mothy67 says:

        I think once upon a time when Merideth Viera was the moderator it was watchable. Back then it was Walter’s show and run out of the news division. Found it interesting to get different women’s opinions on current subjects. They opted for Rosie who brought all her baggage to dump on the air. Got a ratings boost, but lost credibility. Walter’s very much wanted to move it into syndication when oprah called it quits. ABC would not let her and moved it to entertainment. Kind of sad when you consider it was her baby and like her or not she was a trail blazer.
        I liked old whoopie. Sister Act, The Color People. She has no education and in my opinion not a very deep thinker. The show needs an unbiased moderator. Think it could make for compelling TV.

    • Island Girl says:

      Well she is and WTF is with her new glasses and that crap on Meggies head.

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    • DeniseVB says:

      This Blue on Blue Porn is going to be fun to watch.

      But, do you remember George Takei made everybody pinky swear not to attack fellow Dems, just Trump.

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    • 1539days says:

      This is a smart move on Biden’s part. He may be a perv, but Joe has been creeping around Washington for a long time. The people criticizing him are his opponents anyway, so no apology would be enough. Besides, the candidates bitching are either in the closet, lied about their race, slept their way to the middle or has 3% in the polls.

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  6. Myiq2xu™ says:

    ‘White People Are Ignorant’

    OTOH, she did say we weren’t evil.

    • lyn says:

      If white people are ignorant, then we need reparations too!

    • Somebody says:

      If the state of MS screwed over GI’s decades ago, guess what? The politicians were all democrats back then.

      I’ve heard this argument ad nauseam about grocery stores, movie theaters, etc., not being in the black community. Businesses are color blind, they only see green. If there was profit to be made, they’d open tomorrow. Why is it my fault? Why is it any white person’s fault?

      I have absolutely no problem with paying reparations to anyone that comes forward and can prove they were enslaved here in the US. If they’re still alive, by George let’s make sure they are made a millionaire. Otherwise FO.

      Africans were the majority of slaves, but not the only race enslaved. Why is that never talked about? Why are the black slave owners never discussed? Where does this end? How far back do we take this?

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  8. DeniseVB says:

    This means Hunter Biden must have cheated on his dead brother’s widow. Whoa, that was creepy to type.

  9. DeniseVB says:

    The drone was worth a few million, so I say we get John Heinz Kerry to pay for it.

    • DandyTIger says:

      Dems and never-trumpers think you should always roll over, and just go ahead and apologize for you drone getting in the way of their missle.

  10. DeniseVB says:

    Not even Laurie Metcalf and John Lithgow could save the show.

    • lyn says:

      They should have had Bill and Hillary perform.

    • Mothy67 says:

      Wish someone would tweet a pic of the tickets on the TKTS board. Been awhile but the digital screen would have the name of the show and %off in the middle of Time Square. Show was only doing 30% so I bet there was a yuuuge discount. Summer too, when tourists gobble up any old show on the cheap so they can say they saw a B’way performance.

      • DeniseVB says:

        I would have bought a ticket to see Laurie and John in person, it’s what puts butts in the seats. Star Power ! According to the article, the producer has several other shows running, 2 others are shutting down early, but he seems to be breaking BO records with To Kill A Mockingbird ????

  11. helenk3 says:

    got hooked on this author Robert Bucchianeri. crime novels, fun to read

  12. Dora says:

    Good for them!


    Upstate NY clerks refuse to grant illegal immigrants driver’s licenses


  13. Dora says:

    He’s back. (Sigh)

  14. Anthony says:

    RIGHT NOW – Pelosi slurring through a press conference on FNC on Iran and giving her suggestions how it should be handled. Is she out of her lane? Or out of her mind?

  15. helenk3 says:

    I saw a joke on facebook today and not I can not get this song out of my head

  16. Mothy67 says:

    Stuart Varney got the S&P right. Record high. The dow rose 249 and is only 250 points away from another record. He called it at 7 am. Must really suck to be a democrat.

  17. Mothy67 says:

    What could possibly go wrong? Learned nothing from Parkland.
    NYC schools to essentially end all discipline.

    • elliesmom says:

      Not holding kids accountable for vandalism means within a few weeks the school will look like war zone. Letting the kids steal from the school and from each other will ruin any sense of community. Sending kids to timeouts for physically attacking each other instead of calling the police will make the kids understand what an unsafe space really is. It might keep some of the kids out of prison, but it will negatively impact the ability of all of the other kids.

      • Mothy67 says:

        Response to last thread post about the 21 year old Syrian refugee arrested for terrorism. He graduated from a Pittsburgh high school in June with honors. He came here in 2016 which means he was at least 17 if not 18 when he started school. In my opinion he should have been in adult education. Which begs the question how did Ilhan pay for college? Sharia forbids borrowing at interest.

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  20. Mothy67 says:

    So I need direction on Gracie. She is a two year old beagle. She is a runner. Was returned several times. My brother’s vet was keeping her in the office because she was too much for anyone. Does not bark ever. Really good indoors. Stands by the door when she needs to go. I came home and my brother was putting up plywood where the fence had possible escape routes. My yard looks like something from Sanford and Son. I had to remove window fans because she wants to be outside running. She loves cars and wants to chase them. Like 6 inches high but she can open the screen door. She was on my porch roof. No problems with my Bella other than Bell could come and go to the yard. Doggie door. Can’t leave it open because Gracie tries to dig her way out.
    My question is what do you think of electric fences? Are they cruel? I am not going to return her but I spent three hours searching for her on day one. Cute story I had had her and Bell out for a long walk. Came home took off her harness was taking Bell’s off and she flew out the door opening a heavy glass storm door and fled. No tags yet as it was first day. Hours I searched. A guy found her on the highway took her to a vet and they called the police. She’s chipped but again did not yet have tags. The neighborhood dog walker put the word out. Hours later I was walking down the main road an older couple doing their power walk stopped me and asked if I had seen a beagle. They were writing down a phone number for me to call if I did. My number. Hours later.
    Lucky me Prefontaine mutt is also terrified of storms. We have been hit by brilliant storms so I get two petrified dogs in my bed all night.
    Ugh. She won’t be sent back to the border cage but my God what can I do about her urge to run? Are electric fences cruel? her name was Lucy, but I had a Lucy so we changed it to Gracie which sounds similar enough that she took to it right away.

    • votermom says:

      car chasing is dangerous! my doggie is the same – car obsessed
      we haven’t tried the electric fence – for the record I do not think it is cruel; I think he would ignore it
      he is just always on leash if outside, and he is trained not to rush out the door.

      • Mothy67 says:

        Ugh I don’t know if training is an option. She is two and a habitual offender. I’d at least like to try it in the back yard. Bella is used to going outside to run around when she wants. Seems unfair that she can’t. It is her and the kids house. I just pay the bills. The backyard is completely fenced but we live on a hill so she tries to dig. I am going to home depot tomorrow to buy concrete slabs I will lay along side the fence. Who’d have thought a six inch high dog could prove to be such a nightmare?

        • votermom says:

          thereis a kind of wire fencing that can prevent digging I think

        • swanspirit says:

          Training works at any age. My second lab, Sir Lancelot, was advertised in the paper as free to a good home. He was fully grown, about 18 months old, and his owner had no control over him whatsoever. She bought him purebred, championship bloodlines, as a cute little puppy for her kids, and knew absolutely nothing about dogs. She was shocked at how big he got, and couldn’t understand why he had diarrhea all the time, but constantly fed him processed cheese as a treat to try and get him to behave.

          I lived on an 80 acre horsefarm, at the time, and my 13 year old son Shawn and I went to “just check him out”. Lancers knew no commands, and if she opened a door, he ran out, and didn’t come back until he felt like it.

          Well, you know he came home with us. It was like he knew us. We opened the car door, and he jumped right in, as if to say, Where are we going?
          Within a week he knew , come, sit, stay, and give me your paw. Eventually he learned a lot more, and he was a wonderful dog. Damn, I am misting up just remembering him. He had a bark, unlike any other dog I have ever heard. It was very deep, and loud. He was a cream white Lab, but he sounded like a devil dog, or a hound from hell. When people first heard him bark, they would say, “What the hell was that?” And we would say, ” Oh, that’s just our dog”.
          Your beagle sounds like such a fun pup!! They are very smart, and I bet he would respond to training like a champ! Pics???

    • Somebody says:

      Tim, VM is correct in fact look up dig defence on Lowes, they may sell it on Amazon. Some people use corrugated metal panels as an actual fence because you can bury it a couple of feet in the ground, just Google images and you’ll see what I’m talking about.

      You have to also deter climbing, so keep that in mind, because when you block digging, climbing follows.

      Electric fences work and are easy to install, but fair warning different dogs react differently AND it requires you to assist and train the dog where it can and can’t go. My neighbors just slapped one in and let their dog loose. The dog learned it didn’t want to go outside and get shocked, so it took to using the bathroom inside. Also took to destroying their furniture. 😂 I have 2 other neighbors though that used the flags and trained their dogs, no problem.

      The wires don’t last forever though. Some dogs will continue to test, others not. One neighbor’s dog stays neatly inside perimeter whether fence is on or not, the other one checks and bolts if he can.

      Beagles need to RUN, walks are fine but they want to run. They are small but require a lot of exercise. You should definitely work with a trainer, they’re very smart and they WANT to work, she’ll LOVE training. Beagles have a strong hunting instinct, so chasing things comes natural to them. Training is an absolute necessity.

    • Miranda says:

      Maybe get her into agility to work that energy and her mind. I bet Shay would enjoy learning to run her too. Personally, I think electric fences are cruel.

      • Somebody says:

        Agility is a fabulous idea! I thought about Shay running with her too, bonus they’ll bond and nobody will mess with Shay or the dog will tear into them.

        • Mothy67 says:

          She’s on the track team so it’s something she does anyhow and I spent a fortune on sneakers designed for pavement. The high school is located by the park and the stadium is in tbe park (school has to rent the field) No dogs allowed. I have to go out today and buy a better harness. This morning she almost slipped out of it.
          Are bunnies a sign of the apocalypse? I am seeing so many. I don’t ever recall seeing this many. Of course without the beagle spotting every one of them I probably just walked by them.

          • Somebody says:

            Beagles LOVE to catch bunnies. I can’t tell you how many mine caught 🙄 The one I remember the most was when a friend came to visit. We had woods across the street. The doorbell rang, I opened the door for my friend and Gidget took that opportunity to escape. Before I could get off the front porch Gidget returned, rabbit hanging out of her mouth and promptly dropped the dead rabbit at my friend’s feet as a welcome 🎁 😂😂😂 My friend screamed bloody murder 😂😂😂

            I’m telling you in a blink she was gone and back, that dog could run like the wind, and yes, never, ever missed a bunny.

            OMG, Tim don’t you have a pet bunny?? Oh no 😨😱😬

          • Mothy67 says:

            Yep on the bunny. So far so good. Orie has a yuuge cage and an outside hutch. I only let her loose when the dog is on another floor with locked doors. Pays no attention to her in the cage. Bella still plays with rabbit in the morning. I think instincts kick in outside. It’s her job to chase. A fur ball behind bars is no challenge. I’d never let her run around with her. Alas just more work for me. Love, love, love Orie. She is so affectionate.

    • elliesmom says:

      Electric pet fences aren’t cruel. We have a wireless one that sits on a bookshelf. There’s a real fence in our backyard, and most of the time that’s where Ellie is, but we didn’t want to fence the front. I tested the collar on myself before putting it on Ellie. It’s a startling poke, but not particularly painful. When you train the dog, she learns there’s a beeping sound before she gets to the place where she gets zapped. Ellie has only been zapped once. She hears the beep and backs up. It takes training, and it helps if your dog is already trained in basic commands. There aren’t a lot of cars going down our street so Ellie is mostly oblivious to any danger from them. If I’m sitting on the front porch, she stays with me, and she doesn’t need the collar, but if I want to weed the garden, she’d wander off. I’d rather she experience a little discomfort than get hit by a car.
      That being said, the only cure for a dog who’s a runner is lots of exercise and mental stimulation. Agility training is good for the dog and fun. Running with the dog works. Beagles only have two modes- running and sleeping. My son had a beagle during his cancer treatment. She turned him into a marathoner.

  21. lyn says:


    In so hamfistedly trying to make herself a gay icon, Swift has completely sacrificed what made her truly iconic. Sadly, her degeneration to the fag hag era of female pop stardom—the phase following a failed album and preceding a butch haircut—signals a slide into mediocrity that is heartbreaking for long-time fans like me. What happened to the Taylor of “Red,” who lamented that her ex would “call me up again just to break me like a promise; so casually cruel in the name of being honest”? Or the Taylor of “1989,” who commented on her generation’s tendency to “show off our different scarlet letters; trust me, mine is better”?

    • Mothy67 says:

      My pup will turn 13 in September. Swift was a big deal for years. She has moved on. It’s like Harry Potter. Completely irrelevant to her now. Swift does not have the vocal power of Miley Cyrus. She is trying to evolve but it seems desperate. At least she’s not as bad as Madonna. 62 year old woman trying so hard to be 25. Madame X is a freak show.

    • elliesmom says:

      If you enter showbiz young and your appeal is mostly to the young, you need to age your act along with your fans. If you don’t, you’ll lose your success to the next young star who comes along. Taylor is approaching 30, and so are most of her fans. I’ve never been enamored by her, but I’m old enough to be her grandmother. She’s not catching on with the teeny-bopper set. My granddaughter wants to go to a “real concert”, and Taylor Swift didn’t make the list. What seems to be the buzzword with the young folks is “authenticity”. The 16 year old I hang out with thinks Taylor is “fake”. She doesn’t care if Swift is a lesbian. That might even be a cool factor. But she needs to come out or stop kissing girls. My granddaughter and her bestie have settled on JoJo Siwa. The tickets to see her show in Providence are considerably less expensive than Boston so I get to host the sleepover, but I made it clear her mom is on duty for taking them to the concert. I’ll provide the JoJo bows, the guest room, and some snacks.

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  23. Dora says:

    Judicial Watch: Defense, State Department Documents Reveal Obama Administration Knew that al Qaeda Terrorists Had Planned Benghazi Attack 10 Days in Advance


  24. Mothy67 says:

    What’s up with the explosion in Philly? Second one at the refinery in a month! I have terrorism on the mind.

  25. DeniseVB says:

    Bette Midler is now the worst celebrity in the worrrrrrld. This is some Level 12 TDS …..

  26. DeniseVB says:

    Update on the Philly fire….

  27. Mothy67 says:

    Does seem a bit shady

    • Somebody says:

      Our TV stations have cameras placed all over the city, mounted on towers. They get live shots all over. Sometimes they catch amazing footage, sometimes it’s a bust. Recently we had a fire and they kept showing footage from one of their cameras of interstate 95. All it showed was an empty road 🙄 The way the camera was positioned they couldn’t capture the smoke it was behind the camera and miles away.

      I’m going to presume that is how this station caught that footage. There is also massive flooding in south Philly into New Jersey, so a crew could have been out covering flooding. I’ve been following the flooding because hubby is up there.

    • DeniseVB says:

      They could have already been there covering the fire ?

  28. Mothy67 says:

    Seems there was a fire before the explosion so it makes sense that someone was monitoring. Feeling a little paranoid with how the mayor responded to yesterday’s terror arrest. He was going on about how “we” welcome all refugees. Blah, Blah, Blah. I don’t live in the sanctuary. Just a few blocks outside. Going through the “I have to let the kid breathe thing” This summer she has a season pass to the local amusement park. I have to let her go alone. Big step. It’s a wonderful park. World class but small. Paid 99 dollars for the season. Another 100 she gets two meals a day. Lots of security. Much safer than the mall with the roving wolf packs and security doing nothing because it’s racist to tell people to behave in public. The park puts up with no shit. Letting her do things on her own is not easy. A local terror threat makes me want to home school in the wilds of Alaska. Does not help when the apologists start with the shit about how terror is just a part of modern life. What a load of tosh. Such a markedly different media/government response than what happened after Tree of Life shooting. Then it was non stop our houses of worship are not safe. Orange man bad. This guy was targeting a black church, but somehow it means nothing.
    Anyhow I am neurotic when it comes to protecting mine. I barely slept when she was a tadpole. So afraid of SIDS. I know I cannot smother her. Letting her go all day to an amusement park fills me with dread. (Everyone in my family has worked there for at least a summer) . One way in. Everything is searched. Metal detectors. Tons of security. Yet I hear about this local stooge and my imagination goes to the whole world is unsafe for da brat. I was at Temple when several of my classmates died on Lockerbie. I was in NYC for both WTC events. Terror doesn’t scare me for me. It’s smarty pants I worry over. This puke face just graduated in June from a public high school. He was 21 arrived from Syria in 2016. No vetting for an adult to attend high school with our children????? Thankfully I am in a burb, not sanctuary, but it’s blocks away. There is a group of Somalian men that seem to do nothing but buy scratch offs and hang out side a convenience store. All day and night. Shayla refuses to wear over sized sweatshirts and baggy pants in 80 degree weather. She won the genetic lottery. These grown men who look like inbreds openly ogle a preteen. I seethe. Fucking sub animals. Okay she is 5’4 and very fit with much to my chagrin a D. Does not look 12. Kills me lib women get their balls in an uproar over harmless catcalls from construction workers, but think dumping single men with no impulse control, no jobs, no women in Catholic Charities ghettos with zero oversight is copecetic. Shay walks no where alone. Twice this past year we got emergency alerts from the school about attempted abductions of girls on their way home from school. How is this now normal??? You should see the pigs that sit on the hill by the pool staring at young girls. Filthy old men. They light up. There is no smoking in the park. Signs everywhere. One of the parents tried to sneak a puff during a softball game. She was at the edge of the park near the woods. Too bad for her 150 dollar fine. The old men hanging out near the pool get asked to extinguish no fine. I said WTF. Copper told me they have a language barrier. Hmmm? All the signs have a big red circle with a cig and a line through it. Somehow it is normal for a bunch of men to hang out near a pool watching kids swim???? They stay all day. Adult men. Never go into the pool area. Hang outside the fence. How is that not creepy? i sound off.

  29. helenk3 says:

    you know I love this one. the fools forgot to get “track and time”

  30. helenk3 says:


    smollet should have to repay the cost of the investigations into his lie

  31. helenk3 says:


    a good take on Trump on his words and his actions

    I think he does a lot to keep the dems ( his known enemies) busy with nonsense while he runs the country

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