Winners Never Cheat And Cheaters Never Win

I’m not sure how old I was the first time I heard the phrase “Winners never cheat, and cheaters never win” but I know I was a little kid. Over the years I have learned that everybody cheats sometimes just like everybody lies sometimes. I also learned that cheaters do win.

It is without question that the Democrats will cheat in every election. That’s what Democrats do – birds fly, bees sting, and Democrats cheat. It is in their nature. The question is whether or not the Democrats will get away with it. And by “get away with it” I mean “Successfully steal the election and not face any consequences.”

If you think you were gonna vote for President in a little over two weeks I have some bad news for you – individuals don’t get to vote for President. Only the states get to vote for POTUS, via a mechanism called the “Electoral College.” Each state is assigned a number of “electors” equal to the number of Senators and Representatives the state has.

You get to vote on November 3rd because your state was kind enough to give you some say in how your state’s electors are chosen. Democrats want to change the system so that presidents would be elected by a national popular vote. This would, of course, require a national elections office which would be run by federal bureaucrats who currently run 90% Democrat.

Imagine our national elections run by an agency with the efficiency of the DMV and the transparency of the CIA run by Deep State Democrats.


There are two basic types of cheating in an election – external and internal.

External cheating occurs when someone who is ineligible to vote casts a ballot, or someone who is eligible votes more than once, and the local office in charge of running the election is unaware of the cheating.  This is the type of cheating that Voter ID is intended to catch.

How common is external cheating?  Nobody knows for sure, because nobody is checking.  When ballots are disqualified they are basically thrown away and there is rarely and follow-up criminal investigation.  The few people who get caught for voting fraud are usually doing stuff that is blatant and egregious.

Far more dangerous is internal cheating.  That is when the local officials running the elections (I don’t know about where you live but in California elections are run by the counties) are the ones rigging the outcome, either by undercounting one side or by allowing bogus ballots.  This is the kind of large-scale cheating that you see in places like Baltimore and Chicago.  This is the preferred cheat tactic of the political party we dare not name but they are all a bunch of jackasses.

In a place like Chicago not only is the elections office in charge of cheating, but the Jackass party controls almost every political office in the state.  They are tight with all the news media too.  So every jackass is cheating and none of them are reporting it.  If someone gets caught the cops and/or DA will squish it, and the news media will help cover it up.

But who gives a fuck?  Illinois was never gonna vote for Trump anyway.  Nor will California, Massachusetts, or Washington.  Biden will win most or all of the blue states.  Trump will win all the red states.  The jackasses will be able to cheat like crazy in the blue states, but they won’t get away with much in the red states.  I’m sure that Chicago’s cemeteries are packed with voters who are dying to cast a vote for Joe Biden.  That might make a difference if we elected presidents based on the national popular vote.

In order to win a presidential election, you gotta win in the swing states.  The name has nothing to do with wife-swapping.  The swing states are the states that both candidates have a shot at winning.  That’s because they have a fairly even mix of Jackasses and Pachyderms, which allows the moderates in the middle to join with the fringe nutjobs and pick a winner each cycle.

(If either party’s fringe element stays home on election day, that party will lose.)

To cheat and get away with it you can’t have a single stool pigeon.  One snitch or rat and the whole thing comes apart.  That can be done in a place like Chicago.  Pittsburg, not so much.

They say that generals always plan for the last war, not the next one.  The Jackasses’ 2020 game plan looks a lot like Hillary’s in 2016.   They figured on re-fighting 2016 with a black woman as their nominee and this time the media wasn’t holding back.  And the full weight of the FBI and IC would be looking onto Donald Trump.  Surely they’d find something.

This plan goes back to the early morning hours of November 9th, 2016.  As the sun rose that day the Jackasses dried their tears and began plotting their revenge.  Four fucking years of trying to undo the 2016 election.

Don’t be fooled – this is the fight they really wanted. Russia Collusion and the Mueller Inquisition was fun, but that big lunkhead couldn’t find a single felony for Trump? Impeachment was nice, but a conviction would have been nicer. The dance moves that Trump is showing off at his rallies now are nothing compared to the moves he made to dance away from blame for the ‘Rona. But they shut the economy down, bitchez!

They tried to take away his social media. The news media is tightly throttled, except for Fox, and they are morphing into CNN. But Trump is still tweeting. Emoluments went nowhere. Stormy blew it.

The Jackasses wanted to beat Trump fair and square. But they couldn’t beat him fair and square. Trump is forcing them to cheat. Trump is such a threat to . . . um, everything, that it is their sacred duty to cheat in order to stop him.

They looked at the election results from 2016 and Trump’s poll numbers and they learned the wrong lesson. They saw that if they had a few more votes here and a few votes there, Hillary would be president right now. So they came up with a plan to steal an election involving a lot of very close races.

They didn’t plan on a blowout.

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96 Responses to Winners Never Cheat And Cheaters Never Win

  1. elliesmom says:

    I know some people who are intrinsically honest folks. I don’t mean they never lie about whether my pants make my ass look big or sneak a second scoop of something from the buffet, but at their core they respect the truth and try to always do the right thing. They are absolutely convinced there is no significanr cheating going on in our elections. That the reports of ballots showing up in ditches are media hoaxes by the right to get votes suppressed.

    I spent a couple of election cycles living in unincorporated Cook County, Illinois. I know how votes get suppressed. We had moved in from out-of-state and had never lived anywhere that wasn’t in the confines of a town. A nice man showed up at our door when I was the only one at home to welcome us. I asked him what library would be “ours”, what police force and fire department served us, and where would I go to register to vote? He asked me what political party I belonged to, and I said “none”. He turned and left without answering any of my questions.

    Elliesdad encountered someone in the same capacity, but when asked what political party he belonged to, he replied he was a Democrat. (That was true.) He got the royal treatment. He was given an application to register to vote, which he filled out on the spot, a local map with all of our services located on it, and a number to call to schedule a visit from the Welcome Wagon. I called the Welcome Wagon lady who was very helpful. She suggested I register as a Democrat “in case I needed anything” because when I got in the voting booth, I could vote however I pleased. When I asked about how I could get a Republican ballot in a primary, she told me it would be a waste because the race was only ever between the Democrats. She was a very nice lady and very helpful.

    This was in 1976. I’ve voted in a lot of different places, some rural, some suburban, and some in cities, and this unincorporated piece of Cook County is the only place I have ever voted on a machine. Which the Welcome Wagon lady said “had a mind of its own”. The idea that a voting machine might be rigged didn’t appear to faze her. I was still in my 20s and learning the ropes of how to be a good corporate wife, but when I’d bring up this encounter as “cocktail party chatter”, no one seemed at all perturbed by it. I think the problem is people accept that cheating in an election has been baked into the mix. “They all do it.”

    • Gram Krakka says:

      Wasn’t it suspiciously late-coming-in downstate votes in Illinois that helped papa Joe Kennedy’s son John Fitzgerald “win” the 1960 election?

      • elliesmom says:

        The only people I know of who were convicted of voter fraud in Illinois for the Kennedy/Nixon election in 1960 were from one of the wards in Chicago. Lots of arrests, but they didn’t follow through on very many of them.

        • lateblum says:

          Sort of like Kim Foxx the Soros-backed Cook County DA who never discourages early dismissal of charges or no-bail releases of people arrested for any and all crimes. Absolutely baked into the system here.

  2. Dora says:

  3. foxyladi14 says:

    Thank you for this great, Informative post.
    I shared it on FB. 😀

  4. 1539days says:

    There were a lot of registration drives starting in the 1990’s (motor voter, etc) that supposedly wanted more people to vote. Of course, this assumes there are thousands of people who wanted to vote, showed up at the polls and somehow didn’t know they needed to register. This makes them too stupid to vote in my opinion.
    This also created another problem. As long as the number of votes was fewer than the number of registered voters, shenanigans were possible between the number of actual votes cast and the number of potential voters who didn’t vote. Of course, this didn’t stop some districts where the number of votes “cast” exceeded the number of registered voters.
    When there are fewer votes than voters, districts can add votes to the total and even add voters to the rolls within the confines of their secret counting rooms. Getting caught is unlikely and will just be labeled a “mistake” if it is found. Mail in and absentee ballots are even easier to fake because they are logged by computer and the “records” are digital. Believe it or not, paper records often trump electronic ones for traceability.
    Same-day voting, or as I call it insta-voting, even eliminates the registration count. Don’t have enough registered voters? Add some same-day voters to the rolls at counting time, Not every district does this, but the heavily Democrat leaning ones, where the government officials know which side their bread is buttered on, are more motivated with almost no downside.
    This is what Trump means by voting fraud.

    • elliesmom says:

      I’m rather fond of “Scantron” voting. You can get the instant counting of a voting machine with a paper trail. If someone dies and makes me queen, I’d insititute random audits. Send some folks from a red state to a blue state and some folks from a blue state to a red state. Have them count the votes from the bubble sheets in a couple of precincts and match the numbers to what the machine says it is. They could even just bring in a different Scantron counter and run the bubble sheets through again. Then match the check-in lists to the registered voter list and the signatures on the votes that come in by mail. It doesn’t have to be done on election day. Just before the “winners” are sworn in. Have all of the ballots secured, and don’t say which ones are going to be audited until the auditors arrive. “Bubble sheet” counters are exceptionally easy to use. It’s why most schools have them. They’re pretty much idiot-proof. Out-of-state auditors would cut down on cronyism.

      • 49erDweet says:

        Your suggestion makes too much sense to ever be enacted into law.

      • 1539days says:

        New York used the mechanical voting machines. Flip a few switches, pull the lever and you voted. No problems. After the Democrats lost in 2000, they threw a big tantrum and every machine had to use “technology.” Eventually, NY decided on bubble ballots as well. They record your name at the polling place and give you a numbered sheet out of a book. You walk over to a table, fill in the ovals and put it in the machine, ink side down. Need to audit? Grab some sheets. Chinese hackers? Recount the sheets.
        Like Klown said, the states with the most complicated and untraceable voting systems do it either because Democrats own the government or Democrats were able to make the system in a swing state ripe for cheating. In NY, they don’t care because Democrats win the important races.

        • Constance says:

          One good thing about voting in person is you have to find the poling place and get off your ass and go there. It discourages the people too stupid to find the poling place and the lazy people. That is a good thing for all of us because they don’t vote the way we do.

          • 1539days says:

            In the past, a person had to be a landowner to vote in a presidential election. This meant you had a physical stake in the country. Just about every school now adds “Rich white” to landowner, but that was separate from the concept of what they now call skin in the game. We could base voting on income or some other stake in the country, but civil rights law says anyone who is not a minor or a criminal can vote, which means they can vote for someone who promises them free shit.
            When you see those maps by county for president and its a sea of red, Democrats complain that the areas are big, but very few people live there. However, the people who lives on those big swaths of land are the ones who own their land, unlike the big cities where property ownership is limited to the rich. If land owning were a requirement today, a Democrat would be lucky to get 30% of the vote.

          • Constance says:

            Seriously if you just force Democrat voters to plan ahead and register to vote 2 weeks ahead of the election, figure out where their polling place is, and get off their ass and go vote in person, those simple steps are too much for them. And people who don’t care should not be able to sell their ballots to Democrat ballot harvesters.

          • elliesmom says:

            Mitt Romney got into trouble for speaking the truth. Forty-seven percent of the people pay no income taxes but get to vote on how much of it is spent on programs that benefit them.

  5. foxyladi14 says:

    Rally NV.

  6. Mothy67 says:

    Sharon, the bad lady who also goes by mom, went to a back the blue march. She hung out with Scott Pressler. Gee my mother has a crush on Richard Grenell and hangs out with Scott Pressler. It took 20 years for her to accept gay son. Son being me now she is a fag hag. It is funny. She has traded emails with Scott Pressler. Go figyure.

  7. Dora says:

  8. Mothy67 says:

    We got us a ravaging beauty running against the tool democrat. Pittsburgh always votes establishment dimocrat. This kid is black, hispanic, and white European. He will loose. Rethugs never win here but he can triumph down the road. He canbe an AOC. He gets zero attention because Steve Parnell is running against Conor Lamb. It is across the street. I have billions, okay 5, Luke Negron signs in my yard. I was having a puff on my porch. All the dog walkers wanted to talk about Luke. They did not even know this young man was runnimg against Mike Doyle. Dims never face any challenge here. Oh I might for Luke in next election. Look out if I set my sights on something. I win.

  9. Angie says:

    Trump is going to beat the margin of fraud

  10. taw46 says:

    • 49erDweet says:

      Wish I coulda gone.

      • taw46 says:

        You would have liked it, being around all the Trump people. I have never been to a rally, but PDJT did come to Key West in April 2018 to visit the Joint Interagency Task Force South. I was on the street by the entrance, next to a group of guys with a huge Trump flag. So I did get to see him as he drove by and to enjoy the Trump supporters. He waved to us (I am in the “official” video because they zoomed in on us at the end, lol).

      • Somebody says:

        Trump rallies are a lot of fun. The people are nice, you have to stand in line and all that but most everybody is upbeat. Once inside the music is great and the early speakers are usually really good.

        I enjoyed the rally, but what was as or perhaps more inspiring to me was the camaraderie. I probably already told this story, but fairly late just before DJT arrived at the rally two women came in with their elderly father, he was 97 he was 95 or 97 I believe. You had to come down stairs to get to the seats. Strangers jumped in to help.

        The only open seats were behind the press. My husband immediately offered the elderly man his seat. The man was going to take hubby’s seat so he could see. Before he could some young men arrived and insisted the gentleman have one of their seats on the front row which was 4 rows down and directly across from stage. They carried him down there.

        The elderly man commented about my husband’s sign and hat. My husband gave them to him and the man teared up. He immediately wanted his daughter’s to take his picture.

        That gentleman stood up, turned around and addressed those of us nearby. He told us his age that he was a veteran and that he had waited his entire life for a man like DJT to run for POTUS. A man that would put America first. He said nothing would keep him away from a chance to see DJT and that he prayed nightly that he could live long enough to cast his vote for him. He spoke of the many things he’d seen in his lifetime. He got choked up several times.

        As DJT took the stage that gentleman jumped to his feet. He stood the entire speech. When those around him sat, he would have none of it. He told us all to stand up, if he could we all could and he meant it🤣

        After the rally, those young twenty something men carried that gentleman up the stairs and out of the arena. The crowd parted to let them through.

        There are stories like that at every rally. I remember the speakers, most of them. I certainly remember DJT. We stayed and watched his motorcade leave. Then as luck would have it as we were driving home Trumpforce One took off from the airport and flew right in front of us, we got an excellent view!

        I remember a lot of things, but the thing I remember most was that gentleman, those young men and the wonderful people around us. You see a lot of degenerates on the news, you see a lot of things that make you wonder about the future of our country. Go to a Trump rally and you realize there are tens of thousands of decent, kind hearted, patriotic Americans right there in your own backyard.

        • jadzia1971 says:

          I love hearing about well-mannered young people. My current project is to civilize my teenage sons (who are pretty polite tbh) in terms of things like opening doors for people and understanding that there will be shame on our family for five generations if they don’t at least OFFER to give their bus/tram seat to the elderly and others who might need it, that kind of thing. My BF has IMPECCABLE manners (I haven’t opened a door, lit my own cigarette, or walked on the street side of the sidewalk for nearly six months) and I keep telling him he could make a fortune by starting a franchise that teaches the art of gentlemanliness to teens.

  11. Angie says:

  12. Correction: Chicago cemetaries are full of dead voters wanting to live to vote for Biden.

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  15. Dora says:

    Trump Parade Across Long Island Draws Thousands

    Flags flying, vehicles stretched for miles Sunday as a Trump parade drew thousands of supporters. Some protested the event.

  16. Constance says:

    I hope you are right Klown and it is a blowout!

  17. Island Girl says:

    So loved watching my President cruising through my old stomping grounds in So Cal today.

    • Island Girl says:

      Also that he is going to Tucson and Prescott AZ tomorrow where I have many roots.

      • Mt.Laurel says:

        I am the same when he heads for my home area in Pennsylvania. Virtual field trip!
        And the crowds are so polite. Reminds me that I should always strive to maintain my manners even when surrounded by craziness and rudeness here in swampland. I usually succeed but come home ready to slap someone. I am thinking of looking for one of those toys that bob up and down with every swat.

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  19. DandyTIger says:

    This was a good year to not pay attention to MLB. That’s all I’m going to say about it.

  20. taw46 says:

  21. Dora says:

    Casket outside Brooklyn nursing home filled with 6,500 covers of Cuomo’s book

    A silver casket was wheeled to the front of a Brooklyn nursing home Sunday — and 6,500 copies of the cover of Gov. Andrew Cuomo’s new book were dumped into it in protest of his COVID-19 policies.

    The number of covers was equal to the roughly 6,500 people who have been reported killed by the coronavirus in nursing homes in the state — although the ralliers said they believe the figure is much higher.

    • lateblum says:

      I hope no one really purchased those books. He doesn’t deserve one red cent after what he did.

      • Mt.Laurel says:

        He likely has the same deal as Moo. A lot of the sales are to organizations and never opened. There is a room in our office space filled with books that the main tenant gives to people. Visiting. I am sure the delegation from Germany really loved being handed moo and boos books along with some other tripe. My guess is all those times never made it onto the plane back. Probably took only one of each so they could honestly say they had “shared” them upon return.

        • lateblum says:

          You’re probably right. I’m glad you reminded me. Thanks.

          • Mt.Laurel says:

            It’s frustrating to see people hailed for great books because Of the manipulation of sales for crap when other, better books, are overlooked. Or purposely hidden.

  22. votermom says:

    People think invoking Evil is a joke or theater, but Evil doesn’t think it’s a joke

  23. Angie says:

    Is this real life?

    How can a presidential campaign do this 2 weeks from the election?

    My theory: the Dems were relying on VBM to cheat/win in swing states. That’s why there was all that talk that “the winner will not be known on election night” & “Biden shouldn’t concede under any circumstances.” Unfortunately for them, Trump campaign has been aggressively in challenging these bullshit “change to voting laws by executive order of state governors” in swing states & there will not be many allowing unmarked ballots up to 10 days after election. Plus, Trump has scared the shit out of people using mail in ballots. Most Rs are doing absentee, or in person (early or election day) voting.

  24. lyn5 says:

    Biden ain’t no presidential material.

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  27. Somebody says:

    So what does everybody think about these rumors of child rape videos on Hunter’s laptop?

    I for one have no desire to see them if they exist and feel law enforcement should deal with it.

    I think grift, kickbacks and corruption that involves Joe is fair game, but I don’t feel the same about his son’s alleged perversions. The kickbacks Joe is directly involved in, Joe was the only one that had influence worth selling. Joe was the only one that could impact policies and foreign aid. Those tie back to Joe.

    The pedo stuff, if it exists to me is a slippery slope. Releasing it could backfire. I have 3 adult children. I raised them the best I could. I would be devastated were any of them involved in something like that, but it wouldn’t be my fault. They are adults responsible for themselves. We get angry when the left tries to blame us for our ancestors or for actions of some weirdo that spouts hate. That’s guilt by association and I’m not a fan whether on the left or the right.

    I do not intend to vote for Biden, never intended to. However, I myself would feel sympathy for Joe being tarred by his addict son’s sexual perversions and I don’t like Joe, never have.

    I realize there is a blackmail angle, but hell there are plenty of blackmail angles with the grift. I would feel differently if this behavior included Joe somehow or if it took place on AF2 or something. But if this is just Hunter in Asia by himself doing vile things, then I don’t feel it belongs in the presidential race.

    Yes, I know if they had similar videos of Don Jr. Or Eric they’d be front page news, but that wouldn’t make it right or make it their father’s fault.

    What do you all think?

    • lyn5 says:

      Joe enabled whatever Hunter is.

    • Miranda says:

      I agree with you. And if the videos are of Hunter having consensual sex with an adult or watching adult (legal) porn, then that’s his business, even if it’s distasteful. The Left had a great time trying to use her kids against Sarah Palin.
      If the videos show Joe Biden involved in illegal activity, then go for it. Otherwise, either involve the correct authorities or leave it alone.

    • Anthony says:

      Setting up his son as a shill for Chinese currency funneled into his (Joe’s) bank account is enough. The videos can be effective in pointing out democrats’ hypocrisy on human rights violations. “It’s OK when our candidate’s son rapes and tortures children” is going to have to be exploited by Republicans with each and every defense of the Biden crime family’s tactics

      Also, China has copies of the tapes, and can manipulate Biden if he does become president. That’s a national security risk.

      The decent human being in me agrees with you about not visiting the sins of the son upon the father, but the democrats aren’t decent human beings. Look at the shit they heaped on Trump’s children, and it was all lies and conjecture. With that in mind, I say let it rip and let the chips fall where they may.

    • elliesmom says:

      The only angle in Hunter’s alleged perversions I think is relevant to Joe Biden’s fitness for the presidency is the blackmail one. If China had proof Hunter Biden is a pedophile who takes sadistic pleasure in torturing children, and they threatened to expose it, what would Joe Biden be wiling to do to protect his son? That might make Hunter’s perversions a matter of national security. From that perspective, having it become public knowledge mitigates that threat. If it’s a headline in the NY Post, then it’s no longer a secret for Joe to protect. Then the only issue is Joe’s own pay-to-play dealings with foreign governments and corporations.

      • votermom says:

        I think exposing the extent of the elite pedophilia ring is very important. More important than Biden’s presidential run.
        If Hunter is a pedo, is that just a coincidence with no ties to Epstein?
        No way.

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        • lyn5 says:

          Mark Nichols @RMarkNichols Replying to @johnddavidson and @nypost

          That sex-trafficked hooker thing has to be hard for the feminists to ignore, but to be fair, they have cheerfully ignored honor killings and gays getting launched off roofs in awkward countries for years so maybe not.

          • elliesmom says:

            Political feminists are obsessed with abortion rights. If you’re all-in for unfettered rights to abortion, they’ll forgive you for almost anything else. There’s a pecking order for issues that affect women. The one that woke me up so abruptly I can never go back to sleep is a woman’s right to abort her child at any point in a pregnancy is more important than protecting young women from coerced abortions. A woman’s right to become a sex-worker is more important than protecting women from being sex-trafficked. They’re working on pedophilia becoming just another sexual preference. It’s a bargain being made to keep abortion always legal and soon to be paid for by government “Medicare for All”.

          • Somebody says:

            My prog sister in CA sent me a snarky text proclaiming how saddened she is by the demise of Rudy Giuliani, a man she once respected. How he’s gone off the deep end and fallen victim to Russian disinformation and is peddling lies and forgeries in an attempt to smear the Biden family.

            I sent a series of replies to her. Facts of how Rudy came into possession of information, facts as to emails and meetings that have been confirmed, some via court filings and via FOIA requests from years ago. I detailed the ridiculousness of the fake or Russian disinformation claim.

            I pointed out Hunter’s legal team tried to get the hard drive data back when they got wind of the story about to break. So have Russian agents been posing as HB’s attorneys all these years just so they could stupidly confirm the data? Nobody from the Biden camp has disputed the veracity of the data.

            Bitch never replied to me. Apparently she moved on to my other sister telling her how saddened she is by Giuliani. That Rudy will say and do anything for Trump and she doesn’t believe a word that comes out of his mouth.

            There are none so blind as those that will not see.

            My sister in CA is so blinded by hatred of Trump, she will never open her eyes to anything. She was part of a group that prayed for POTUS to die when taken to WR with covid, her adult kids too.🙁

            She claims Trump has dementia, but Joe is just fine. She claims Trump is vile and nasty, Joe is a swell fellow. Trump is corrupt, he’s been a crooked, slimy, wheeler and dealer forever in real estate and took that to DC. Joe, my goodness Joe is a public servant, bless his heart. If Trump says the sky is blue, my sister screams lying mother fucker 😤

            She screams lying mother fucker a lot. She’s like the women that have been memed, she is completely unhinged. I haven’t seen her in over a year, even though she’s flown back here 3 times since then. Last time I saw her, we met up for dinner. She arrived before we did and got a table. When we arrived, before my ass hit the chair she went into a rage about Trump, screaming at the top of her lungs. I tried to shut her up, she stood up and started flinging her finger in my face and poking me. I stood up, knocked her hand back and started yelling at her. Management arrived and told us to shut up or leave. Just so you know when I finally went back at her I got a round of applause🤣 This is Trump country after all.

            My point is to people like my sister blinded by hatred, nothing matters. There could be video of Joe doing heinous things and laughing while he did it and my sister would insist it’s fake and Trump has done worse.

            So no, I don’t think the hypocrisy will register at all with large segments of the left.

          • lateblum says:

            I think if that had happened here in Evanston, IL, you’d have been ejected from the restaurant isn’t people screaming at you and flinging their dinners at you as you left.
            I was stopped at the most major intersection in ton as I was driving to my son’s to help with Calamity’s remote learning last week. There was a “march against hate” that plopped their bikes, shopping carts and asses in the middle of this intersection. I was already late due to unexpected construction equipment left in the middle of another roadway that cause me to have to go 6 blocks away before I could get close to a route to the house. So I wasn’t a happy camper. Frankly, I’m against all demonstrations that close roadways. Even with police escorts- which this group had.
            As far as I know, there was nothing posted ahead of time about this “march”. Later, I saw a post on that left-wing app called “Nextdoor neighbors” mentioning that protest and the traffic mess it had cause. I also so all those holier-than-thou people who jumped on the original question and comment calling them out because “It’s a First Amendment Right” to demonstrate. I’d had it with these gas bags. So I added that it’s a “First Amendment Right” to comment and complain. JHC you’d have thought I had just said “Vote Trump”. I got lectured on First World problems. I’d love to remind them that we live in a First World country. I’m so sick and tired of people who think they are well meaning condemning anyone and everyone who disagrees with them.

          • Somebody says:

            PS my sister is flying back here the week after the election for two weeks supposedly.

            I’m debating whether I will bother to see her, but if I do I will be decked out head to toe in MAGA gear because I’m a bitch like that. We’ve tried and tried to walk on egg shells around her. We never bring up politics, but she does and then gets her ass on her shoulders if we say ANYTHING. Politics is off limits, except for her ranting and raving. She’s allowed to say anything, but we violate the rules of her visit if we respond🙄

            My sister that lives here is the one that has to deal with it. She usually stays with her. The last two times my sister had her stay at my mother’s house (mom isn’t there anymore). The two times before that my sister spent 36 to 48 hours with her then she and her husband went to friend’s and let my CA sister have their house. I don’t even play, nope you can’t stay here, I don’t have room 🤣 Ditto for my brother she stayed with him once, he said never again🤣

    • lyn5 says:

      Brooke Singman @BrookeSingman

      “Ratcliffe is 100% correct,” a senior intel official said. “There is no intel at this time to support @AdamSchiff statement….Numerous foreign adversaries are seeking to influence American politics policies,& media narratives.”

      Official added: “They don’t need any help from politicians who spread false information under the guise of intelligence.”

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  30. lyn5 says:

    It was a cry for help.

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    Some days there is more news than I can keep up with.

  34. foxyladi14 says:

    Bernard B. Kerik, 40th Police Commissioner of the New York City Police Department, has declared that Joe Biden and his family “belong in handcuffs” after revealing that he has “personally” reviewed the contents of Hunter Biden’s hard drive.

  35. foxyladi14 says:

    Interesting! 😀
    Ronna McDaniel
    Nevada is fired up for @realDonaldTrump

    White heavy check mark
    15,038 signups for Carson City rally

    White heavy check mark
    18.4% not Republican

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    30.0% did not vote in 2016

    Thank you for the support!
    6:16 PM · Oct 18, 2020·Sprout Social

  36. taw46 says:

    I saw some of this interview last night, will watch the rest of it today. This is how Rudy came into possession of the hard drive.

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