Ka-BOOM

If you thought you had seen the worst, hold on to your MAGA hats, because the ride is about to get rough.

#RIPRBG

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244 Responses to Ka-BOOM

  1. jeffhas says:

    LOLOLLLLHAHAHAHAHLLOLLLLLTEEHEETEEHEE

  2. Anthony says:

    It’s not even October yet… 🧨⚰🤯

    • mcnorman says:

      I know, huh? Hasta la vista Ruthie. I’m not sad.

      She was ill, her clerks were writing everything. If you know what pancreatic cancer does and how it kills, you darned well that her death was brutal. She should have let go a long time ago.

      • Mt.Laurel says:

        Having lost several family members to pancreatic, only two had the most common sort of early indicators such as jaundice. Those with the earlier signs did rally a couple times each , but all went through months if not years of hell. I have no words to express the level of disdain I have for those who used her name to keep their own egos and wants afloat. I hope only that she was not aware of how she was being used and was in a peaceful place all her own.

    • Constance says:

      I had to come to think RBG was immortal.

    • foxyladi14 says:

      Early gift to POTUS, The Gods love him too. 😀

  3. helenk3 says:

    screeching and screaming and gnashing of teeth by dems heard all over the country

  4. taw46 says:

    I’m guessing the White House siege may be back on now.

    • Jentx says:

      Now all we need is for Roberts to go in his sleep tonight like Scalia yeah and then we could really change this country this is a sign from God seriously people I’ve been running around the house screaming with joy. All I can say is if she was really a feminist she would have had female Clerks end of story drop the mic Be Gone Girl

      • Myiq2xu says:

        Now all we need is for Roberts to go in his sleep tonight like Scalia

        You mean with a pillow pressed firmly over his mouth and nose?

        • jeffhas says:

          Pillow, forearm, scorpion, ball gag, whatever.

        • Jentx says:

          You got that right and I wonder how much they had to pay his family off or what they had on him or his family said that was not investigated that man was murdered guys all I can say is if it can happen to someone like Scalia it can happen to someone like Roberts right anyway to anyone who thinks I’m harsh on Ginsburg I have quite a few degrees and I went to law school and I’m going to tell you something women are worse than men and feminist real feminist try to help other women and she was just lukewarm at best I have nothing but disgust for her I’m sorry especially since the lie about abortion has been exposed to me and that’s just my own personal feelings I’m sorry if they’re harsh but on that note the Wicked Witch Is Dead let’s get a good guy or a good girl there who’s going to uphold the Constitution and protect us and do the right thing that’s all I want

          • Constance says:

            Tor Gods sake pick a woman justice. Make the Dems come up with a new MO. Or it would be interesting to see Progressive men crawling out of the darkness to accuse a woman justice of sexual assault when she was 17.

      • Woke Lola says:

        I know! I feel so bad and I have asked God for forgiveness, and told RBG’s spirit I respect her service and hope she made it to heaven, which I’m sure she did. But my immediate reaction was probably a little bit like Compton felt when was OJ was acquitted.

    • Constance says:

      They would have pulled it off if they could have.

  5. Somebody says:

    Turtle and the R’s better move. Susan Collins is going to run for the hills, maybe Ms. Lindsey too. They’re both in tight races.

    This is the chance to flip the balance of the court. Replacing RBG with a solid conservative mitigates John Roberts squishiness.

    Turtle is up for reelection too, this is his chance to truly leave his mark. Better take it turtle.

  6. Myiq2xu says:

    One of the interesting things about the Notorious RBG is that she was good friends with Antonin Scalia. I miss the days when you could be friends with someone on the other side of the Left-Right divide.

  7. jeffhas says:

    Is it wrong that I cannot stop LOLROTFLMAO like a hooker with a score’s wallet

    • Anthony says:

      “It was grief hysteria” he said. “I’m sure of it”

    • Jentx says:

      No it’s not I’ve been running around the house screaming with joy of scared the cats and probably the neighbors this is fabulous news fabulous I’m sorry actually I’m not sorry it’s fabulous news and we deserve it we’ve been suffering too long and it’s time we got one for our side or two or a hundred or a million I’m sick of where this country has been going let’s get it back right Trump 2020 and Beyond pack the court with constitutional list get rid of the insanity put the criminals in jail give the money to people who deserve it and do the right thing is it really that hard people

  8. jeffhas says:

    Awwwwe

    Rute weft a note, she doesn’t want this President to nominate her replacement.

    Bitter Bitch. Rest In Peace motherf*cker

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  11. swanspirit says:

    I admired her for many years. I am glad she will finally get her rest. She really was an amazing woman, and she made a lot of history, even if I think she went far astray in her later years.
    But it was past time for her to go from the Supreme Court. I think it’s sad she felt she had to hang on til the bitter end. But maybe that’s what kept her alive for so long. Some people are like that.

  12. lyn5 says:

    Push the nomination through. Fuck the commie Democrats.

    RBG, rest in peace. You fought hard.

  13. jeffhas says:

    I swear, just when you think the election has reached it’s peak, suddenly God builds another Everest.

  14. Woke Lola says:

    Ka-boom is exactly what I said. I I would like to go invoke the record. When RBG was diagnosed with pancreatic cancer last summer I said she would not see the end of the next summer, and here we are.

    They are already sharpening knives over McConnell’s 2016 remarks, which is fine. The vetting process takes about 8 weeks, and the election is in 6weeks. They can do whatever they want after the election, win or lose. No way they are going to push through an appointee, unless they think it will help Trump’s chances. And honestly, it might at this point. Cannot wait to see what happens next!

    • jeffhas says:

      They will not take 8 or 6 or even 2 weeks to nominate.

      Trump will nominate within the week.

      Fight of the century coming.

      • Woke Lola says:

        Naming the nominee is not the same as clearing the nominee through the process. Of course he’ll name the nominee. But we’ll have to wait and see if they expedite the process. Could backfire on them over gridlock with Covid-19 relief round 2.

        • jeffhas says:

          True, I would expect 4+ repub senators to come out and say they will not vote to move the nomination forward… thus squashing the nuclear riots.

        • Constance says:

          The Republicans don’t want Covid relief round 2 so this is a great distraction for them. Especially if Trump is able to get payments out to people using funds that were already allocated but not used up. He can curse the do nothing Dem house and look like the hero for going around them.

    • lyn5 says:

      Democrats excel at the Shit Show. Bring it on, commie bitches!

    • elliesmom says:

      Murkowski has already said she will not vote yes on any appointment until after the inauguration. Who knows what Mittens will do? So it will come down to will Susan Collins vote yes or no. She’s behind in her senate race in Maine.

      • Woke Lola says:

        See, this is why I think they might not expedite the process. It does put some senators in a bad place ahead of an election. Lots of factors to game out here.

        • Somebody says:

          If they lose the senate then there won’t be a nominee.

          • taw46 says:

            Yes. And if the roles were reversed, the Dems would be pushing a nominee through. We all know that. Time to fight like the left would.

          • Myiq2xu says:

            The Dems would jam thru a replacement during the lame-duck session even if they lost the election. And the RINO caucus would help.

            And if any of those RINOs ran for reelection in the future the Democrats would run hard and dirty against them.

          • Constance says:

            But if Trump has named the nominee and it is held up in the Senate then Religious anti abortion people who maybe don’t approve of Trump will be sure to vote for him and vote for Republican Senators. Trump will nominate by this time next week, the kabuki will begin and he will stress that religious people (many Blacks and Hispanics) must vote for him and they will. I think this adds to Trumps advantage.

  15. Dora says:

    YES!

  16. taw46 says:

    • Constance says:

      Democrats riot and burn things regardless of what happens. So Republicans should do whatever they want because Dems are going to act out. Of course it would be prudent to arrest and charge and jail Democrat criminals.

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  18. swanspirit says:

    The President is in the middle of a rally. He may not even know yet, that RBG has passed. Someone should tell him.

  19. jeffhas says:

    McConnell statement says “The President’s nominee will get a vote on the Senate Floor”

    KaBoom indeed.

  20. elliesmom says:

    Clarice Feldman, from the American Thinker, has pointed out the Republican senators, including Murkowshi, Romney, and Collins, should consider what happens if the election is disputed with a vacancy on the court.

    • taw46 says:

      There has been quite a bit of discussion on Twitter about that very issue.

    • swanspirit says:

      Absolutely they should consider that. But are they big enough people to get there?

    • 1539days says:

      SInce they want Biden to win, I’m not sure consideration is going to help.

    • foxyladi14 says:

      Exactly right em,
      They can kiss their careers goodby, If they go against POTUS on this. 😆

    • Constance says:

      One of the talking heads at MSNBC said a 8 justice court could decide the election because there are 5 conservatives and 3 liberals right now. I wouldn’t count on that as I think the FBI/CIA is blackmailing Roberts over something from Epstein Island which was a FBI/CIA operation. But that is just my opinion.

  21. Anthony says:

    I say put the pedal to the metal and shove someone through. We all know that the election results are going to end up in front of SCOTUS. Biden already has almost 1K lawyers poised to challenge the results in every state. This could be Trump’s ultimate “hold my beer” moment

  22. jeffhas says:

    Just a whimsical thought….

    I wonder how long RBG had been dead before they reported it? Did they consider ‘weekend at Bernies-ing’ her until the election?

    Hillary on Meadow now shrieking our a duet… it’s almost like 2016 election night all over… except maybe I need more tears.

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  24. swanspirit says:

    The President was just informed of her passing as he was getting on the plane. He made a short statement, which Hannity will play shortly.

  25. Anthony says:

    I bet she’s been gone ever since Hillary told China Joe not to concede under any circumstances

  26. helenk3 says:

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    OUCH

  27. helenk3 says:

    https://www.thegatewaypundit.com/2020/09/ruth-bader-ginsburg-reportedly-made-pompous-dying-wish/

    this was a lady who would have had a great legacy until she let her hatred of Trump spoil it. She had accomplished so much and just could not see past that hatred

    • Constance says:

      Unless I saw RBG’s last wish in her handwriting I don’t believe it. That was what some little Progressive political snot wished and thought up.

  28. elliesmom says:

    Is it true that if Trump nominates a senator for the court, the hearings are waived, and things move right to the floor for a vote? If that’s true, maybe that’s why Trump added Ted Cruz and Tom Cotton to his Supreme Court nominee list?

    • Somebody says:

      I’m not aware of that. Might move nomination forward, but he’d lose a vote in the senate and potentially trigger a special election.

      • Constance says:

        Some states would have a new Senate member appointed by the governor and so if there is a Republican governor they get an new Republican senator right away.

  29. Somebody says:

    I’ve heard some people speculate that Joe might throw out Obama’s name for SCOTUS. Thoughts?

    He could throw out HRC I suppose. I think if he says he’ll appoint BO that might not sit well with women. Just as I think DJT needs to appoint a woman for the same reason. I suppose Joe could throw Mooch’s name out 🤮

  30. votermom says:

    • Constance says:

      Gosh don’t burn everything down now! You need to save something to burn when Trump wins the election and then again when his new term starts.

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  32. Mothy67 says:

    My hope is Amy Comey Bryant. I don’t think Trump would want that fight. I could get behind Cruz.
    Did anyone notice Biden doesn’t seem to notice where the camera is? I saw his response to RBG his eyes went everywhere except to the camera. It has been decades since I worked in tv but I am pretty sure I could still find the camera.

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  36. DandyTIger says:

    Sounds like Grassley, Murkowski, Collins, and Romney have said they wouldn’t vote for a replacement until after inauguration. So that’s the end of that.

  37. DandyTIger says:

    • Constance says:

      The fake sexual assault victims could be entertaining if it’s a woman judge who is nominated. Will the Dems go with lesbian assault victims or will a bunch of Progressive men crawl out of the shadows to claim they were sexually assaulted by a then 17 year old horndog woman and are still traumatized by what happened.

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    The zombies are out tonight.

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  44. Angie says:

    This.

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  51. Mothy67 says:

    Did anyone elses twitter change? Mine is know white print on black with lots of vibrant blue. I find it much harder to read. It’s to glaring.

  52. Miranda says:

    This would be a great time to explore Supreme Court term limits. I suggest 10 years from sitting. For current members, if they’ve served less than 5 years, they get up to the 10 year mark. If they’ve served more, they get another 5 years from the law passing.

  53. Somebody says:

    So I’m hearing two names pretty consistently Amy Coney Barrett and Barbara Lagoa. Everybody is focusing on Roe v Wade implications. I’m far more interested in immigration implications, particularly birthright citizenship, but other issues too like TPS forever or deportation. Birthright is #1 to me and any decision regarding it will have far more impact on this nation than Roe v Wade. Also, any election related decisions carry more gravity, like illegals voting or ballot harvesting, etc.

    I think it’s clear the next nominee will be a woman. Coney-Barrett was on POTUS’s original list, so I presume the D’s are locked and loaded if he nominates her. They probably have jilted lovers to testify she’s bi and is into porn and bondage. They probably have someone she bullied in 3rd grade. Maybe a former nanny who claims to have been paid under the table or a former clerk that claims harassment or bigotry.

    Lagoa is 5 years older than Coney-Barrett, but was just added a couple of days ago. She was recently put on the 11th circuit from the Florida Supreme Court for which she was nominated in 2019 by DeSantis. She served on FL 3rd circuit for 3 years, was elected chief Justice and a week later nominated for FL Supreme Court. She served on FSC for 11 months and has been on 11th circuit for 10 months now. So definitely on the fast track and doesn’t have a long track record which can be good or can be John Roberts the second.

    I’m sure the D’s are working overtime to find any and everything they can to throw shade on POTUS’s second list. I doubt they’ve had sufficient time though, so I suspect his nominee will come from that list. There are a couple of other women on that second list too, could be one of them.

    • Somebody says:

      Correction, Lagoa served on FL’s 3rd district Court of appeals for 13 years, not 3.

      She was on of the attorneys that fought Janet Reno to keep Elian Gonzalez from being deported to Cuba. George W Bush appointed her to be a US attorney in 2003, then Jeb appointed her in 2006 to 3rd district.

      I still can’t find any immigration issues she’s ruled on except 1. You don’t fight immigration in state court. She was part of a full en banc on the deportation order of a Pakistani living in GA. He lied on his driver’s license checking US citizenship box, his employment had terminated for which he had a visa but he was trying to stay. Administration used his false claim for DL as reason to deport. Ruling said some decisions by Administration are not reviewable by courts.

      If she’s nominated she’ll be crucified over a recent 11th circuit decision on FL felons voting. FL had a constitutional amendment to allow felons to vote once they’ve served their time, etc. The state has been fighting it claiming if their sentence includes any monetary penalties those too must be paid before voting rights are restored. Opponents claim that is tantamount to a poll tax.

      Lagoa was part of a review panel for the amendment then ruled as a FL Supreme Justice, and again ruled as a justice on 11th circuit. The left already has her and 11th circuit justice Robert Luck in their sights for ethics violations for that ruling. Luck also came from the FL Supreme Court. Left is stating they were required to recuse due to their prior involvement.

      So that presents a sticky wicket for her nomination because that’s ongoing right now.

      • Somebody says:

        Only other information of interest I found about Lagoa so far. Her FIL is a federal judge in South Florida appointed by Bill Clinton 🤔 Her husband is also an attorney. I found a gushy story about one of her clerks turned intern who just loves her. Young woman is the daughter of a local sportscaster. Only thing somewhat relevant is the young woman was heavily involved in a group that works to promote “basic human rights for illegals”. So what about Lagoa makes her such a fan girl? Could be she’s just a suck up, apple never falls far from the tree……or maybe she knows something we don’t🤔

  54. Anthony says:

    And so begins the plan for the Speaker of the House to assume the Presidency because of a contested election. I’ve been wavering over nominating someone now vs using the pending nomination to mobilize voting. Either way, the Dems are going to unleash their BLM/Antifa flying monkeys, so my city becomes a war zone.

    Presently leaning toward “just do it now!” because the idea of a President Pelosi is far more dangerous than the inevitable fallout.

    • DeniseVB says:

      That’s why PDJT needs to win in a landslide. None of that hanging chad b.s. To normal people, that’s what’s expected to happen, to Dems, just floating the scenario of what could happen to steal, cheat and win this election is probably still letting idiots send them money 🙂

    • Somebody says:

      Wow, OK probably not a safe pick unless you’re only consideration is Roe v Wade. She would rule against imposing the death penalty on McVeigh or Bin Laden. If she strictly follows the pope she would rule for completely open borders……nope.

      The article points out Scalia and Alito’s opinion regarding the separation of their faith and Catholic teachings from adhering strictly to the constitution, but what of the other catholic justices? Kavanagh is catholic.

      Lagoa to her credit has been clear judges are not to be activist or legislate from the bench. A judge is solely to interpret the law as written. So props for that, but she’s catholic too, at least was raised catholic. I wonder what her opinions are in that regard……constitution or pope?

  55. DeniseVB says:

    Good morning ! The forecast for Twitter today is……based on the current temperature……..

  56. Mothy67 says:

    I had a wee chat with the brat about RBG. What she doesn’t know/hasn’t been taught by 9th grade is shocking. She knows very little about how government works. And a lot of things are framed around feelings. She had no idea who Rosie the Riveter was and had some deluded sense of patriarchy to be all bad. She was fascinated by just hearing another take. I said imagine no dishwasher, vacuum cleaner, microwave. Running a household before the industrial revolution was a full time job. When i born in 1967 women with kids seemed to if finances allowed wanted to stay home. Although I supported HRC in 2008 she had rubbed me wrong with her baking cookies comment. She had grown up with parents that hired domestic help. Scoffing at a young mother who had to make different choices was, I found callous.
    Dims are always pushing for universal daycare. Stay at home mom’s are looked down on. I kinda bought into the IT takes a Village theme way back in the 1990s. Since Shaypup I see the importance of dedication to a child. Choices must be made. There is always a cost. Some can take the route where they have someone to clean baseboards and walk the dog. Others look at bank book and say ouch.
    The town I grew up in is over run by heroin. My mom and I have been talking quite a bit during commercials on Tucker. I attended a funeral in my home town. I went out to smoke. The place were I had to be in when street lights came on has become a third world country. It stung to see plywood where windows should be. I said how did it get so bad. I had three different churches in the five blocks between my house and Saint Paulinus. They were Methodist, Lutheran, and Presbytirian We spent summers going to Bible camp at each church. Everyone sent kids. I did whole summers making crafts. Most was not religious. Places are all gone. All four churches on that street are shuttered. The city which took on Madalyn O’Hare and called itself City of Prayer now has one church. I can put two and two together. Progressivism replace religion, but it is nihilistic at heart. You need a trust fund to be a true proggie. I look at this tiny city where I spent my youth and I am heart broken. Things shouldn’t look like this.
    Shay dropped her phone one day. Closest place to fix screens was part of the city. We stood outside. Shay was maybe 8. She looked around and said she felt sad for any child who grows up here. It is only 25 minutes away. Boarded up houses. A travel guide from Paris says stay away. It is democratic leadership. They suck the life out of everything with negative results
    I am with Shay cause I picked her up at daycare and it reeked of fecal matter. She wrapped her chubby arms around my neck and held on tightly. I had only met her once. I took over. What if? I had just turned 40. I could have left. You make choices. All choices have costs. Stay at home mom means opportunity cost. You accept decisions.

  57. taw46 says:

  58. Mothy67 says:

    2020 has jumped the shark. Kirstie Alley just asked to be on The View.

    I’d watch.

  59. votermom says:

  60. votermom says:

    alex the chick is exactly right (read from top to bottom)

  61. Woke Lola says:

    Bwahahaha!

    • swanspirit says:

      Because Gandalf isn’t showing up to fix him. And the Vitamin B12 injection with stimulants isn’t working.

      • Constance says:

        At some point soon I agree he will “get Covid” and have to quarantine for 2 weeks or they will stick him in the ICU and incapacitate him and then move Kamala to the top of the ticket. Problem being no one likes her either. The Dems have just gotten so crazy they are sad. I bet Riverdaughter (who I used to like) is off the rails today.

        • Woke Lola says:

          I peeked in. Apparently she’s recovering from surgery today and woke up from her surgery to hear her doctor singing Trump’s praises. I’m not laughing at ill or dead people today, sadly.

  62. taw46 says:

    • Somebody says:

      It’s already in the D’s platform to expand the Supreme Court, also eliminate the electoral college, add DC and Puerto Rico as states, amnesty for illegals coupled with open borders. In short, rule over the demise of the republic and set themselves up to reign over us as our politburo ad infinitum.

      No need for Joe to announce anything, but of course that shouldn’t stop him from shoving his foot down his throat. Go ahead Joe let your freak fly.

  63. helenk3 says:

    There is a Trump boat parade in Charlotte Harbor in my little Fla town. My son went to go fishing and just called me and told me about it. He is going to send me pictures.

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  65. elliesmom says:

    I’ve been thinking about this. Why didn’t Ginsburg retire while Obama was in office? She was well-past retirement age and hadn’t been well for a long time. I’m hearing over and over how important her family was to her and how many good friends she had. If she needed to keep busy and feel needed, she would have been on everyone’s A-list for speaking engagements and seats on the board. Any law school in the country would have invited her to teach a class. The only thing I can believe is she knew the fix was in for Hillary to be the nominee in 2016, and Ginsburg wanted to cap her judicial career by having the first woman elected POTUS be the one to choose her replacement. A lot of women who don’t agree with Ginsburg on a lot of issues credit her for bringing a lot of everyday issues that affect women into the light. She wasn’t just about abortion. It would have been a great way for her to cap her legal career. Perhaps, be the justice to swear in the first woman as POTUS and then resign. Who would have denied her that privilege?

    • swanspirit says:

      GMTA. I was thinking the same thing this morning. She was also convinced Hilbeast would win. They all had no doubt whatsoever. That’s why the Obanana cabal was so cavalier about unmasking, spying, and basically doing whatever the hell they wanted.
      And that’s why RBG stayed. I think that deal was made when Hilbeast and Obanana had that meeting, where he promised her SOS. The primary candidacy was also on the table in that deal. “And then it will be your turn Hillary”
      And when Donald Trump was the nominee, they were totally absolutely certain it was in the bag. They would have been passengers on the Titanic, too.

      • Constance says:

        And if only Dems had nominated Hillary with Obama as VP in 2008 Obama would now be coasting to his second term and how different would the supreme court and a lot of other things look right now. Democrats were and are fools! And now that they are out of power they want to go all scorched earth on us. Well fuck them.

        • Mt.Laurel says:

          That was the original plan. But then they realized it would give a heads up on Barry and his past and wife’s would have come out of the closet so they moved the pieces in the chess board and went full racist.

          I still want to know what they did to have both needing to surrender their law licenses. One would be hunky. But two. Is there something very dark there that would forever ruin their PR images. It would likely be a good blackmail opportunity. Hey to key this under wraps, you get a life of luxury just as long as you marry/stay married and do what we say.

    • jeffhas says:

      “ Who would have denied her that privilege?”

      The American People.

    • jeffhas says:

      By the way – I TOTALLY agree with your scenario.

      The hubris of the left is their undoing.

      • elliesmom says:

        I was referring to the privilege of the swearing, which normally goes to the Chief Justice, but any judge can swear the new president in. Calvin Coolidge was sworn in by his father. Coolidge was the first president my grandmother, the hunger-striking suffragist, got to vote for so I was well-schooled in Silent’s Cal’s presidency. But, yes, the American people got in the way of both Hillary’s, and now RBG’s legacy.

    • Somebody says:

      I read somewhere the plan was for her to swear in HRC. Also, a deal was made that Loretta Lynch would be her replacement. LL may be Joe’s go to nominee announcement, he’s boxed himself in to a black woman again. His internals must show real slippage with black women because he continually panders to them.

      I personally want the best person to be the nominee, but my idea of the best person differs greatly from anyone on the left.

      • elliesmom says:

        While I don’t have any problem with highly-qualified black women having their talents and accomplishments recognized, it does seem they’re the only women Biden considers worthy.

        • DeniseVB says:

          This guy worded it a little stronger than you did, lol.

  66. lyn5 says:

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    A nice collection of “the internet is forever for Obama” and his other looney left playas………

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    On GOP Rep. Greg Walden’s RBG post, a woman wrote: I see the future for women everywhere. She included the Handmaid’s Tale GIF of the women dressed in red walking. My reply: Leftist women are there on their own.

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  73. taw46 says:

    The left built this.

  74. Dora says:

    • lateblum says:

      Clearly, there were too many babies born for a number of years. Can you imagine what their teachers had to deal with?

  75. Dora says:

    Be careful Anthony!

  76. votermom says:

    a non fiction book by an soshq regular
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  77. helenk3 says:

    that demented old goat is going to do it again. we are putting together a list of African American women for the Supreme Court. Will this one get ahead by being on her knees too?
    Gee remember the good old days when qualifications mattered?

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  79. lyn5 says:

    Mark Levin
    President Trump has released a list of excellent potential Supreme Court nominees (unlike Joe Biden, who has a secret list of radicals he dare not make public). Three names that stand out are Senator Mike Lee; Amy Coney Barrett, U.S. Court of Appeals for the 7th Circuit; and Alison Jones Rushing, U.S. Court of Appeals for the 4th Circuit. (It’s my understanding Senators Ted Cruz and Tom Cotton prefer to stay in the Senate.)

  80. Myiq2xu says:

  81. DeniseVB says:

    New Thread Uppy !

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