Can We Just Run Them Over? Open Thread :)

This vid is from DeBlasio’s “Safest City”? I usually just scroll past the latest noxious behavior on Twitter, but this caught my eye. Should the victim have gunned it and run them over?

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136 Responses to Can We Just Run Them Over? Open Thread :)

  1. swanspirit says:

    A vehicle, under certain circumstances, can be considered, and used as weapon. If I had a weapon, to defend myself against overwhelming odds, would I use it? You are damned right I would use it. My survival instinct is very strong, I have discovered under unwelcome circumstances. Flight or fight is a survival instinct. Pedal to the metal.

    • DeniseVB says:

      Most who answer this question say would you rather be kicked to death or face a jury of your peers? I choose gunning it 😀

    • lyn5 says:

      I saw something that the castle doctrine can apply to one’s vehicle.

      • SHV says:

        These days, being charged in a “self defense” situation is most likely to be determined by political considerations rather than the law. “Castle Doctrine” and “Stand your Ground” statutes only relieve you from the Duty to Retreat where that is part of self defense law in a particular State and duty to retreat is probably the least important aspect of a self defense plea.

        Many State have statutes that reduce the threshold for use of deadly force in “highly defensible property”, usually home, occupied vehicle and place of business. Running over people who are blocking your vehicle, especially if those people belong to a “special class” will likely result in felony charges. It is a bad situation to be in and best avoided.

        • Somebody says:

          People don’t do that kind of shit down here in the “Gunshine State”, curious 🤔

        • Myiq2xu says:

          It makes a big difference whether the protestors are merely blocking a road by sitting in the road and singing Kumbayah or if they are surrounding cars, screaming profanities, and banging on vehicles.

          OTOH – neither method of blocking roadways is likely to win you any converts among the obstructed drivers.

          • SHV says:

            “It makes a big difference ……”
            ****
            The local Soros DA will likely do a punishment by process if the wrong type of person is injured. Hard evidence of attempted forced entry into the car, ie. broken window, is probably best support of self defense narrative but still likely, that if charges are pressed, financial ruin is a result.

    • helenk3 says:

      can you claim you were testing the undercarriage of your car?
      or gee my foot slipped and I hit the gas instead of the break?

  2. DeniseVB says:

    So far so good in my neighborhood. Worried about the other districts, but it’s an election year for all our CD reps. I’m beginning to realize, it’s not just about our district. Even my local idiot candidates don’t seem to want to piss off BLM. *Banging my head against a wall*

  3. DeniseVB says:

    You okay TAW ?

    • taw46 says:

      Yes, we are ok. Just getting some wind and periods of heavy rain as it passes over us. Nothing major. And 88° instead of 104°, yay!

  4. foxyladi14 says:

    Re posting this great comment! ❤
    🇺🇸-(Delayed)Remembering Our Four Benghazi Heroes Day Sept 11/12th…
    * * * ❤️This “Never Forget Benghazi” Day, we commemorate the lives of those who perished on September 11-12, 2012. We thank our Benghazi Four for their call to serve and remember their sacrifice for our country. We pray for healing for their families. God Bless Our Benghazi Four. Never Forget Benghazi.
    Rest in Peace, Amb. Stevens, Sean Smith, Glen Doherty and Tyrone Woods. ❤️ * * *Greater love has no one than this, that someone lay down his life for his friends.” –-John 15:13

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  7. foxyladi14 says:

    lol true dat

  8. foxyladi14 says:

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  9. helenk3 says:

    Hurricane season made me think of when Katrina hit New Orleans. There were school busses available to take people to safety, not used. There was a 10 car Amtrak train that would hold at least 890 people, more if you needed standing room. Not used. Watching what is happening in dem run cities today with the rioters and looters, I do not think dems are capable of governing any city or state. Took me a long time to understand that

    • Myiq2xu says:

      If you have ever been attacked/chased by an angry goose you know how amazing that was.

      • elliesmom says:

        Our lake is the summer home of a flock of Canada geese. When the group is all adults, Ellie and I can walk right through them, but when they have goslings to care for, it’s a different story. They do start making a racket, though, so they give us plenty of warning.

  10. helenk3 says:

    loved this and wanted to share

  11. lyn5 says:

  12. foxyladi14 says:

    I noticed that too.

  13. foxyladi14 says:

    Why they call him Slo Joe! 😆

    Easiest job in journalism, covering Joe Biden.

    At 9:04 a.m. on a Saturday, 51 days before the election, the Biden campaign announced that he’ll make no news today. pic.twitter.com/oFJKu6SMBN

    — Tim Murtaugh – Download the Trump 2020 app today! (@TimMurtaugh) September 12, 2020

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  14. Myiq2xu says:

    I don’t know how this all started but the guy is resisting.

    • Mothy67 says:

      I don’t give two shits about animals acting like savage beasts. No way those cops used undue force in this environment. Why scream like the fat chick????
      I can’t figure it out from twitter. Twitter can be garbage. What if that kid had an Amber alert.
      We know nothing of the back story. My gut goes with the handsome cop.

      • swanspirit says:

        What if the guy fits the description of a wanted murderer? Why didn’t he have ID? Why didn’t he cooperate? Something isn’t right. Too many unanswered questions.

        • swanspirit says:

          More questions, why was the lyft driver pulled over? What was going on in the vehicle? Taxi drivers have a button to alert the police, do Lyft and Uber drivers have that, or another way to get help?

  15. taw46 says:

    TS Sally is really pounding us with rain these last couple of hours. Nice and cool.

  16. swanspirit says:

    I just got banned from posting or commenting on fascistbook for calling Trevor Noah South African trash. That doesn’t bother me, actually. I have an alternate account. What bothers me is the LIST of “infractions” that dates back to last year, that not only includes instances I knew nothing about, but also the fact that the little neofascists have been keeping a list. 😲
    I took screen shots. I will post them in a bit. I have to email them to my alternate account. 🤐

    • lyn5 says:

      The list is interresting, isn’t it? My bans were: “Do you have caca for brains” for bullying, and “Men are the new bitches” for hate speech.

      • lyn5 says:

        Here’s mine.

        Account Warning
        This is because you previously didn’t follow our Community Standards.
        What Happens If You Violate Again
        You can’t post or comment for 7 days
        History
        Restriction · May 17, 2020
        You couldn’t post or comment for 3 days
        Restriction · Oct 29, 2019
        You couldn’t post or comment for 24 hours
        Warning · May 17, 2020
        We understand that mistakes happen, so we didn’t restrict your account
        Violations
        Your comment didn’t follow our Community Standards on hate speech
        May 17, 2020 · Closed
        Your comment didn’t follow our Community Standards on harassment and bullying
        Oct 29, 2019 · Closed

      • Mt.Laurel says:

        I thought we were suppose to insult men and consider them third class beings. Just above 🐌. Oh wait, the little snowflake’s got special status . Be a ok if you were referring to a some pale guy from Idaho that does not qualify , according to the socialist handbook, for any of the approved special interest groupings.

  17. Angie says:

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    LOL.

  20. votermom says:

    if you are interested in my shallow thoughts

    • Swan Spirit says:

      The translations are from Latin? I love them, and they drive me crazy at the same time. I had 3 years of Latin in high school, but so much of it is gone. But I love to try anyway.
      Amo Amas Amat. Amamis Amatis Amant. 😎

    • Woke Lola says:

      I responded to you post. Very cool!

    • Mt.Laurel says:

      I have a couple of the ebook versions and one in hardback (second volume of Harvard classics if anyone else has these) but never compared the difference.

      I am laughing at that you found some appears to be abridged versions of what is basically a diary which short entries. In fact, in high school we referred to it as “Dear Diary”. I guess the readers digest version would be about the length of a resume.

      Oh, by the way, watch older authors as well. Many of the versions butcher the likes of Agatha Christie. Or try and update them. You know, because when reading about Lord Peter Wimsy’s adventures you want to make sure he does not offend any of the oh so broad minded of the 21st century.

  21. Angie says:

  22. DeniseVB says:

    Tis banning season everywhere ! Though I have noticed Savannah’s been supporting Q lately and surprised Twitter hasn’t banned her, the Q’s have been their latest target for zero tolerance. Do people not know how just to scroll by stuff they don’t like or agree with? Or block ?

  23. Dora says:

    • 1539days says:

      The same thing is happening with paper. China used to take this stuff because they needed material, even if they had to sort it and process it. They stopped taking paper years ago because they didn’t like how poorly it was sorted when they got it.

      Of course, NPR conveniently leaves out the government’s role in this. I have about 1 bag of trash and 1 bag of recyclables each week. I pay to have the trash removed, The plastic (metal and glass, too) is taken for free. The stupidity here is worrying about putting plastic in the trash. Melted down plastic would take up less room in landfills and is largely inert.

    • elliesmom says:

      The whole recycling thing is a scam. About the only thing worth recycling are aluminum cans.

      • DeniseVB says:

        Not sure what’s happening in your neck of the woods, but our taxpayer supported “waste management” are striking because they don’t want to be called “racist” garbage men”. Including the guys who pick up our blue recycle barrel every 2 weeks.

        Okay, back in the day, boring memory, kids knocked on doors to gather soda bottles to cash in on the 2 cent redeemable , raised much money for school clubs and scout troops. Even as recent as that Seinfeld episode when Kramer and Newman drove tons of NYC bottles to Michigan where the redeemable bottles where still honored. Hillarity ensued. 😀

  24. DeniseVB says:

    Isn’t she amazing? Drug dealers to real estate investors, only in America ! Invest your street cash! LOL……it’s just so refreshing to hear new ideas because the old ones aren’t working.

  25. Mothy67 says:

    I wish on 9/11 that someone would create a story or documentary revolving on one person. Each year let us celebrate one of those lives lost/stolen.
    I kinda hide away on the day. I try and pay respect, but words fail me regarding 9/11. l Me who perhaps might talk more than Trump can’t find anything significant to say. I think Trump actually kicks my ass. He goes on and on, but he is not disjointed. There is no mania. You could ask him at any hour of any day what he thinks about manila envelopes and he would be able to speak a graduate thesis from a podium on every aspect of envelopes off the cuff. The dude has the gift of gab. I find it funny that the media ignores his playbook. I see it with my friends who hate him all the time. Know thy enemy. His first book was Art of the Deal. Does not take a Rhodes Scholar to see the connection to The Art of War. He uses humor brilliantly. It is sword and shield.
    Anyhow I was out of the city on 9/11, but my apartment was on West 45 between 8th and 9th. Everything was ruined by the time I got home. It was not dust. It was the smell on everything. What hit me hardest was in those days when you put one foot in front of the other trying to livr and you would come out of a different subway stop and look up to use The Towers to orient yourself and they were gone.
    This year I searched to watch something I had not seen before. There isn’t very much. I found The Man with the Red Bandana. It is a doc about a young man who had started volunteering at 14 at a firehouse. At 16 he did some training. He went off to college and ended up working in a Tower. His body had not been recovered. His mom wanted closure. The Times ran a series on survivors. She found a few stories about a guy in a red bandana who rescued at least ten people. There was something he and his father had done about wallets and bandana. She knew it was her son who had used his teenage skills to get ten people out. Ten are alive because he knew how to get them out. He was still going when they collapsed. The doc was okay, but why not a movie.
    I kind of shied away from most of the media stories in the immediate aftermath and in subsequent years. There is only so much you can process. I ran large parties on West 72nd from 2002 until da pup was hatched. I tried to decline tips which only resulted in larger gratuities. We did widows on the 10th and firefighters on the 11th. We were only open for dinner, but the owner opened up at noon with a volunteer staff for the events. They had a huge restaurant to reflect and be together. There was never any press. I could only accept so much. I am sure Anthony knows of Sambuca it was across from the Dakota. Her dad owns the Dallas BBQ chain in Manhattan. They were charged cost and working the parties was voluntary. No tips. Of course the decent men way over tipped. I was given carte blanche in all cop firefighters bars. I still have a Friend of the NYPD card somewhere.
    I could only allow limited stories at the time. There was so much agony. You shut down if you can only take so much.
    I did not devour 9/11 stories in the days, weeks, months, years after— it was too much. I knew about falling man and a few others, but I actively avoided personal tales. There were too many around me.
    Flashforward i gots me a brat. What do I want her to learn from that day. How do I speak to her? I had no idea who Mark Bingham was until Richard Grenell tweeted this year. I have avoided the stories. He was gay and helped take down flight 93. He was 6″2.
    Can we please tell the stories of unwritten heroes. I think it would be the greatest tribute. I think there should be a film a year.

    • DeniseVB says:

      Each year I make a contribution to the 9-11 Museum to help preserve the history and the memory, it makes me feel good. Ever since I found out each level of the museum has an “escape door” I’ve been too chicken to visit in person. Visiting the pools was hard enough.

      It’s like the Pearl Harbor memorial, though it happened long before I was even born, I wasn’t prepared for the gut punch of standing on a platform looking down on the submerged Arizona with over 1k sailors and Marines entombed inside of her. I just got chills thinking about it. Never forget, even though the experience was long after I reached adulthood.

      • Mothy67 says:

        Don’t you think it would be respectful to tell a story a year. Leave politics out just respect those lives. The man in the red bandana stirred all my storytelling instincts. There is something to be said for just telling a linear story. The doc went back and forth. You think more about the mom and her loss than him.
        I wish I had the talent to write one story. One woman he pulled out. She would have burned alive. He made a choice to get her out. We have to remember the enemy, but we defeat them by elevating the heroes. Where has that woman gone from that day. Our society is consumed by racism right now because hollywood is focused on calling the majority deplorable. The woman in the doc who the mother connected with was asian. A white guy who could have gotten out carried her to freedom. There are so many compelling stories in the doc. It is just choppy. I would love to share a story of human sacrifice with my shaypup without a blow job in a towering inferno. Who knows she has the 11 pro. I could shoot a digital movie if I could muster the strength to write and if I didn’t suck.

        • DeniseVB says:

          I took a creative writing class years ago and the best advice I was given to my stupid question “How do I get my book published?” …… “You have to write it first”. So here I am, a few decades later, still no book. I don’t think there are any bad ideas in the creative fields, Michelle Obama proved that with her mega-bestseller (which I have but still haven’t read, but she did make a few nickels off my purchase, damn!). The other advice I got, is to write what you’re passionate about.

          I enjoy reading the annual “Remembering Exactly Where I Was and What I Was Doing” tributes that are spawned by everyday people on that 9-11. They connect all of us not personally affected with loss, but with empathy. I usually share the hours trying to connect with my daughter (thank goodness, she was too hungover to get to work on time) and my sister, one of those soot covered zombies who walked over the Brooklyn Bridge to get home. That not knowing, hoping for the best and preparing for the worst, is an outer body experience.

          I was a senior in high school when JFK was assassinated. We’re all in our 70’s now, so we’re dying out, literally. It’s probably what still connects me to my high school class, we have that bond in history.

          The Challenger Explosion was another event, but my reply to you is long enough already. ❤

          • elliesmom says:

            My brother turned 60 this year. He’s made a living writing and collecting unemployment. Every time he gets laid off from work, he says, “I’m working on my book.” He got mad at me last time when I said he was like the lifelong waiter who says be’s really an actor. His writing has been utilitarian. Right now he writes promos for a non-profti and maintains their website. He says the book he’s writing is non-fiction, but he’s not very disciplined about doing research, and he has a long distance relationsip with the truth. Both of his nieces are published with real books you can buy, and they tell him to switch to fiction and just change the names. The story is far enough from reality no one will notice they’re a character in his book. I would love to see him actually accomplish getting a book on the market, but I’m not sure he really wants it enough to do the hard parts.

          • 1539days says:

            Like it or not, COVID-19 is the next generational event after 9/11. People will talk about the wasted year for a ling time.
            I get paid to write, but it’s documentation and instructions. I’ve written a few stories and put them online, just for the fun of it. I just wish I wrote that vampire novel 20 years ago because about 10 years ago that crap was really a hot market.

  26. DeniseVB says:

    I’m rethinking, even after all the legal advice upthread, can I just back over these goons? Hey, I’m at the driving age of having “medical episodes” when we drive through stores. We’re easily “spooked” too. And the pro sports teams wonder why we boo them? This is what they’re supporting…………..

    • DeniseVB says:

      More details from the Sheriff’s dept………people in this thread are defending these goons.

  27. Mothy67 says:

    I watched the Skarlota (sp?) ad for Oregon. A few like 5 blocks from me conor lamb is defending his seat from Sean Parnell. Media is not revealing polls. I have no clue who is ahead. I detest Lamb. He flouts service. He was an attorney not a warrior. Parnell fought for real.
    I wonder if Parnell and Skarlota would gain points by taking off their shirts? Would be fun to say soy boy check out these pecs!
    Lamb’s district now has the most white guilt but also fracking people. I think a raw show of strength could push him over the line. I am shallow- horribly so but I tended bar in high end places. Like the great Greek tragedies the servant watches, I could not believe hillary did not have her teeth fixed. They were normal aged yellow, but she was spending a billion to run! How did no consultant say your smile smells like ass. Donald has a radiant smile. Psych 101 we are drawn to likable. Her bottom of the popcorn bowl kernal teeth were gross she did co-ordinate the choppers with mustard yellow and split pea pant suits. Let’s dollop repugnant with a dash of gross. How did no one say veneers and soft colors.
    I have tried to read about Mook. He was this gay brooklyn wunderkind. He limited most research to algorithms. I have a bus stop 5 houses away. I cannot tie my shoes. They come undone. I have a disability when it comes to laces. So ergo I am simple. I rode the bus after Rosie debate. It was like the day after Super Bowl. Black people were calling Trump my nigga. Itis a term of endearment. All Hillary needed to do was listen. Ride a non urban bus sit in a local bar when the local news is on and listen.

  28. Mothy67 says:

    I think I might run in 2022. I have National Enquirer sex and drug stories. I took and raised a welfare child to the top. I built that. Why not run on my history. I could at least make waves. Gay pro-life an
    idiot who supports traditional marrisge. I would never have to pay for media. Nothing ever hsppens here to challenge. I won over a school why not my district?

    • DeniseVB says:

      I’d rather know my candidate, warts and all, than those who cover up their past (cough, Obama, cough). It’s why GWB won, as a recovering alcoholic, real people identified with that struggle. Trump lived his entire adult life in the NYC tabloids and we’re bored when the bimbos and “business deals” are trotted out, the man has heart 😀

      • Mothy67 says:

        I lived almost one year in rehab. I got sent to ” the Bellview” for arguing with a parked ambulance. They have in psychiatric court hospital. I was too ashamed to call my parentd. I did another week at Bellview. I was given tokens and two hours to get to a Staten Island crisis center. I lived there for six weeks then I went to 28 days rehab at South Beach Psychiatric. Then nine months in house rehab. I could not get welfare for food. The rules had me court ordered for treatment but i had no cash. I was supposed to become some bitch. I found cans. I bought a bike from walmart and I collected cans to eat. I got very good. High school prep students would leave me well stacked cans. I was able to make 200 a day. I fought the only way I could.
        Some of the guys were not so lucky. Whenni was at South Beach rehab they brought in a mole person. He had lived in the subways. His skin was stained.
        Who the fuck am I to have gotten to honestly know this guy. He smelled. Somehow we were sent to the same long term place. I got to know him. He got off the school bus one day as a kid his mom waited and then she jumped. He had no teeth. We got to be friends.
        I saw so much in that year. Deaths were bad but people giving up was worse. Richie had been passed around in prison. He was all of 5″5. He got out. Everyone knew he had been tossed around like a rag doll. He tried to be clean. There was no therapy for him. He then made a pont to stink. Not armpit smell. He wore wet shores all day to smell. Not one therapist asked about his anger. It didn’t take long he was selling his ass at a tattoo parlor.
        I have no answers, but I lived a year few have. Maybe i could offer perspective that people who have never tried to revive an 18 year old cannot.
        There was one day in group the I got a certifacate from community college went on about The Agony and the Ecstasy. He was making shit up. Nothing he said made srnse i said are you trying somehow to refer to irving stone because that is about Michelangelo.
        He always made stuff up. I got through it. Nearly a year of 12 steps with haerd core criminals.
        I think if I ran I could at least make some noise.

    • elliesmom says:

      If you’re serious about running for office, and I hope you are, jump onto someone’s campaign now. You’ll get to see how the local party interacts with a candidate, make some contacts you’ll need, and decide if there will be enough local support to launch a serious effort. You can always just run for fun, but if that’s what you’re doing, then find a slot for something no one else wants to be that would be fun to do. My brother ran for town meeting representative and won- something he loves to brag about. Of course, he only got 3 votes. His, his, wife, and the guy who didn’t want the job anymore. But he enjoys going to the meetings.

      • DeniseVB says:

        Great advice EM. Unless you’re Kanye West or Donald Trump, I don’t recommend running for President as your first campaign effort. I would totally donate to a Mothy campaign to support his message. 😀

        I’ve been inspired by that underdog kid who ran for SCA president, his speech followed the jocks and homecoming kings also running. He simply tore up his speech and walked off the stage. He won. Never underestimate Nerd Power 😀

      • Mothy67 says:

        I lived almost one year in rehab. I got sent to ” the Bellview” for arguing with a parked ambulance. They have in psychiatric court hospital. I was too ashamed to call my parentd. I did another week at Bellview. I was given tokens and two hours to get to a Staten Island crisis center. I lived there for six weeks then I went to 28 days rehab at South Beach Psychiatric. Then nine months in house rehab. I could not get welfare for food. The rules had me court ordered for treatment but i had no cash. I was supposed to become some bitch. I found cans. I bought a bike from walmart and I collected cans to eat. I got very good. High school prep students would leave me well stacked cans. I was able to make 200 a day. I fought the only way I could.
        Some of the guys were not so lucky. Whenni was at South Beach rehab they brought in a mole person. He had lived in the subways. His skin was stained.
        Who the fuck am I to have gotten to honestly know this guy. He smelled. Somehow we were sent to the same long term place. I got to know him. He got off the school bus one day as a kid his mom waited and then she jumped. He had no teeth. We got to be friends.
        I saw so much in that year. Deaths were bad but people giving up was worse. Richie had been passed around in prison. He was all of 5″5. He got out. Everyone knew he had been tossed around like a rag doll. He tried to be clean. There was no therapy for him. He then made a pont to stink. Not armpit smell. He wore wet shores all day to smell. Not one therapist asked about his anger. It didn’t take long he was selling his ass at a tattoo parlor.
        I have no answers, but I lived a year few have. Maybe i could offer perspective that people who have never tried to revive an 18 year old cannot.
        There was one day in group the I got a certifacate from community college went on about The Agony and the Ecstasy. He was making shit up. Nothing he said made srnse i said are you trying somehow to refer to irving stone because that is about Michelangelo.
        He always made stuff up. I got through it. Nearly a year of 12 steps with haerd core criminals.
        I think if I ran I could at least make some noise.

      • Mothy67 says:

        It gives me To Sir with Love, Dangerous Minds all kinda get on my knees respect/adulation to think my favorite teacher thinks I might have a chance. Make no mistake elliesmom you r still teaching.
        Thank you!!!!

  29. DeniseVB says:

    Dipping my toes in the Twitter Brown Shirt community this morning. Will I be reported, suspended or banned, or I’m still too small of a fish to fry by the Gulag. This is a test. LOL. I do avoid smash talk on liberal accounts, I’m a weenie like that 😀

  30. Mothy67 says:

    My campaign theme song would be kinda gay but kinda classic

  31. Mothy67 says:

    Imagine this even under obama

    • elliesmom says:

      It’s a lot more fun to support Trump than be a Democrat. I had seen the Ricky Rebel video before, but I’m kept listening when the next videos came up.

  32. helenk3 says:

    hope this shows

  33. foxyladi14 says:

    Amen!!!

    I am running for re-election to bring prosperity to Nevada, to put violent criminals behind bars, and to ensure the future belongs to AMERICA—NOT China. If we win, AMERICA WINS! If Biden wins, China wins. If Biden Wins, the rioters, anarchists, and arsonists win. VOTE! #MAGA

    — Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) September 13, 2020

  34. Dora says:

    • swanspirit says:

      NO DEMOCRATS OR BLACK LEADERS on the left have condemned the violence against police. Not the Obamas, especially. Instead, they support the Marxist rioters and murderers.
      Now there are “protesters” outside the hospital where these innocent officers and their health care workers are fighting for their lives. They are shouting I hope you die.

      There is no excuse for these monsters. Not from the top, to the bottom.
      The police are the ones defending us. If they eliminate the police, they come for us.
      They have to go.

      • DeniseVB says:

        I wonder how Obama’s “Presidential Library” is coming along? He’s already stiffed his publisher by not making his book deadline, it’s been 4 years and wifey already knocked out hers in 2. Even with MO’s mega book sales, BO may cause the publisher to lose money on the “Obama Deal”. I wish the media had a little curiosity. It’s not like the Obamas left office to live their boring post-presidency lives at their retirement homes, no, they just bought more homes, ruined Netflix, Oprah, Roseanne Barr and other dastardly personal projects. In other words, have done nothing but benefit themselves since leaving the WH. Make no mistake, Obama created BLM and the Democratic Socialist party.

      • Constance says:

        More likely the police are the only ones keeping heavily armed Patriots from taking out the Antifa/BLM. If the Police would go on an unannounced 2 day strike Antifa/BLM would b decimated.

  35. Angie says:

    Not what Face the Nation wanted him to say: 🤣🤣🤣

    • Mt.Laurel says:

      I have always felt the WH was pushed for decisions BECUASE there was no good/dependable data or even modestly acceptable data . easier to blame PT for a problem I still suspect was not oh so accidental.

      • DeniseVB says:

        The day PDJT announced the National Emergency (March 16?) I had just gotten home from making my quarterly haul of paper products from Walmart. I remember it was going to be a 15 day shutdown to “flatten the curve” or til we knew what was going on. I was cool with that, since my introverted thought, cool, I get to stay home for 2 weeks. I had plenty of TP 🙂

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  38. Mothy67 says:

    I do not do gay hook up apps. A stooge/slash friend put grindr on my phone. I reply with everything in a MAGA hat. Gay hook up. How fun.

    • SHV says:

      I think food hoarding is about to begin in anticipation of a post-election shit show. Went to local grocery store today and noticed pallets of Spam, canned Chili and other canned food stacked 5′ high at the end of isles. Never seen that before.

  39. Dora says:

    Good Luck Andrew!

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