Is It Safe To Come Out Of My Bunker Yet?

One of these men is a corrupt imbecile. The other one is the best POTUS ever.

How crazy are things in the Year of Our Lord 2020?

Crazy enough to make me want to pull the covers over my head and stay in bed (in the fetal position) until the madness ends. But staying in bed until SMOD arrives isn’t an option.

2020 is without a doubt the craziest year in my memory, and I can remember the JFK assassination. 1968 was the previous record holder, but back then the Crazy was confined to a relatively small part of the population. Our institutions (churches, schools, business, Hollywood, etc.) remained sane and stable, and most of America just watched the Crazy from afar. They didn’t experience it or join in.

2020 is The Big Crazy. TBC has permeated all of our institutions and every level of society. There is no escaping The Big Crazy.

The Big Crazy will not end on Tuesday night, even if Trump wins a 49-state blow-out. Democrats will not wake up sane on Wednesday morning. Millions of Trump-hating Leftists will not be struck with sudden lucidity and emulate Lt. Colonel Nicholson by asking “What have we done??”


I don’t want to contemplate what will happen if Biden wins and Kamala Harris becomes POTUS. Suffice it to say that if Biden is officially declared the winner the next day I will buy a gun (and ammunition) before Harris is inaugurated and the 2nd Amendment is repealed.

Tuesday night will be the fourth time I will watch a presidential election online. This will be the first one I watch without alcohol. The first two didn’t end well but that was expected. When I watched the third one I thought Trump should win but I was not confident that he would win. I feel much the same way now, except this time I expect it to get ugly either way.

Four years ago the news media and the rest of the Democrats were overconfident. They did not have a plan for losing. This time they will be prepared. Antifa/BLM will start mostly-peaceful riots, and Democrat attorneys will have lawsuits ready to file first thing Wednesday morning.

If anybody needs me I’ll be down in my bunker, repainting the bathroom.

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182 Responses to Is It Safe To Come Out Of My Bunker Yet?

  1. lyn5 says:

    We are prepared this time for any violent Democrat shit show whether Trump wins or loses.


      • Constance says:

        Same and I hear there are already National Guard posted in the major cities. They need to stomp the Leftists down the second they step over the line. They Left will piss and moan no matter what you do so do what ever is right or even what ever you want. They will piss and moan because it is all they know how to do. It is their reason for living.

    • Island Girl says:

      And I will be drinking for Klown, this is a great post and I am sick of this shit. Trump 2020

  2. Woke Lola says:

    I don’t know what to expect either. My gut instinct is Trump wins in a blowout. I saw Trafalgar’s numbers earlier today and they are saying even the youth vote is going for Trump in Pennsylvania by a 57% margin. If that’s true, you’re likely seeing a 1984-style wave queue up. It’s just impossible to tell with half the polls at least trying to manufacture reality. I’ll be curious to see how it all plays out. Trafalgar and Business Insider where the only polls to call the election accurately in 2016.

  3. Mothy67 says:

    Why is hillary going to be an elector? Will there be riots everday if Trump wins and her role will be to convince others to not vote for Trump? Is that a possible scenerio?

    • lyn5 says:

      She must pull her anti-Trump vote out of her pussy.

      • lyn5 says:

        Sorry, but I loathe Hillary.

      • Mothy67 says:

        What happens as an elector. Do they simply cast votes, are they all together? Could there be enough faithless electors so noone gets the 270?

        • lyn5 says:

          Trump had two faithless electors in 2016.

        • Ann says:

          The Supreme Court ruled no more faithless electors, Tim. (If NYS flips, that should prove interesting.)

          • Mothy67 says:

            That would be beautiful.

          • taw46 says:

            Haha, Hillary having to vote for Trump? Well, it is 2020, anything could happen!

          • Constance says:

            Remember a group of Blue states have passed a pact that their electors will vote for the popular vote winner. That will be hilarious if it is Trump. I really want to see WA and CA forced to cast electoral votes for Trump. I’m pretty sure that BS passed our state Legislature.

          • 1539days says:

            The CHIAFALO case says the state has the right to disallow faithless electors, but does not have to. In most cases, the votes are reviewed before being sent by the state. If an elector is faithless to the results, they can be replaced before the vote is certified.

            The National Popular Vote Interstate Compact does not go into effect until there are 270 EVs worth of states who sign on to it. For now, the electoral votes of those states will go to the state winner, not the popular vote winner. There still aren’t states signed on and at least one is trying to get out of it.

        • 1539days says:

          The Electoral College isn’t a place, just a collection of the electors. Their votes are sent / faxed / whatever to Washington by the state government. Even a state’s electors don’t have to see each other.

          If NY went for Trump, Hillary wouldn’t vote for him. The Republicans get to pick a “slate” of electors who are loyal to the party. If Harris / Biden wins, the Democrats choose the slate and Hillary would probably be in that group.

    • Somebody says:

      Hillary is an elector? Oh please, oh please, oh please New York go red!

  4. votermom says:

    LOL a neighbor is uoset on fb coz someone damaged their Biden/Harris yard sign.
    I shouldn’t laugh but it’s so rare to hear their side be on the receiving side.

    • lateblum says:

      Same thing happened on Nextdoor here. I laughed. It was at a house just down the street from me. And I felt like tearing that sucker up every time I walked by. Not because it was a Biden sign – although that should be reason enough. But because it was at eye level, sitting atop the fence and sticking into the shrubbery. It was an eyesore – no pun intended.
      The weeping on and on about this sign just made me laugh every time she posted another complaint. I felt like calling it a First World problem like all those woke “neighbors” say when someone complains about stuff being stolen off their front porches.

    • DeniseVB says:

      We had our Trumpy sign stolen once and caught on our neighbor’s Ring camera. I.D.’d local teens via Next Door and found a stash of signs taken from several yards. Now we just bring it in every night.

  5. taw46 says:

    Tucker Carlson has a special show tonight, Kirstie Alley will make an appearance.

  6. taw46 says:

    I think PDJT wins re-election, everything points to it. But I still am nervous about it all. And yes, I expect lots of violence no matter what the outcome.

    • lateblum says:

      We hadn’t had any real violence here since the first day of the George Lloyd riots and that was on the edge of our border with Chicago. And that was looting in mid-day at the Best Buy for less than an hour. Still scary for people who were there. This past weekend the Northwestern womyn and others were demanding NU end the campus police. Then they wanted the town to eliminate the town police department. Then they wanted equity. So, they proved themselves by injuring a LEO and vandalizing street signs and using bricks to vandalize the downtown Whole Foods. One young woman was arrested for slapping a city LEO. I think it was to prepare us all for the post-election chaos.

  7. taw46 says:

    PDJT just ended Hickory rally. Two more to go.

  8. taw46 says:

    So what was this all about, why did the police stop them?

  9. Underwhelmed says:

    I cannot believe that Trump and co. don’t have their plans in place for post victory control. And once the dust settles, and the chickens starting roosting, I think the Democrats, like UK Labor, will lie there in smoking ruins. If the American people have learned stuff over the past 4 years, Trump and his team have learned more. They’re not going to ignore those lessons. If he was a stable genius going into the 2016 election, he is now a seasoned, experienced stable genius. The fundamentals might remain the same, but Trump is a very different man now. He’s had a steep learning curve and he hasn’t wasted a moment in the classroom. When the gloves comes off — and I think they will come off – there will be a reckoning on behalf of the righteous citizens of your country. The left knows this, and that’s why – like cornered, rabid dogs – they will go down in blood and froth and incoherent screaming. And as they go down, they still won’t understand why the rest of your country, and much of the world, looks upon them with horror and pity and a ruthless determination to make sure they stay down.

    • Constance says:

      I agree. Leftists can’t act normal. That part of their brain is missing and they have an enlarged chaos/violence/bitching part of their brain in it’s place. I hope you are right that the Democrat party will be in smoking ruins. I mean it’s only a matter of time until the Republicans get hyper corrupt and we will need an alternative to vote for. When it happens, I think we need the “America First” party with the symbol of the American Buffalo. They can carry on the MAGA spirit when the Republican party goes back to the establishment.

      • Underwhelmed says:

        I think what’s left of the Democrat party, after it bolted to the left, is a collection of mentally impaired, emotionally traumatised, immature misfits led by a cadre of malignant narcissists. That will not hold. More and more people are seeing what the left has become and they don’t like it. Couple that with the out of control MSM and you have a massive build towards a Come to Jesus moment for average people. The radical left took the Democrat party, killed it, skinned it, and has been parading around inside that skin for a few years now. But the disguise isn’t working any more. And, for the most part, once you’ve seen something you can’t unsee it. The ones who won’t see it are living in a state of psychotic self-delusion and there is no helping them. All the rest of your country can do is move on and leave them to their sad fates — being prepared to lock up the ones who want to use violence to impose their psychotic agenda on the rest.

        • lyn5 says:

          ❤ and shared on my FB page.

        • Constance says:

          I’m still registered Democrat so I can vote in the primary (no Republicans run in Seattle). I was surprised to have several Democrat friends who are Trump supporters call and want to get together tomorrow night to watch election returns. So they are coming to my place and they are bringing their friends Smith and Wesson and their dogs. They are also bringing booze so I’m hoping for the best.

  10. 1539days says:

    I made the wrong call on the last 2 elections, so I lost my prognosticator cap.

    I will say that when people explain why 2020 is not like 2016, the reasoning is specious and doesn’t seem to correct for anything. One change is counting people with varying education levels, which basically means “Trump voters are uneducated.” The other is the “shy Trump Voter” effect, which is like 1%.

    I don’t put much stock in the shy voter (where Trump does 1% better in automated polling). I believe in the “Angry Trump Voter”. This is the supporter who gets a call from a pollster and hangs up, possibly preceded by cursing. Choosing not to participate is largely impossible to adjust without guessing.

    One site I followed since 2004 was They had Hillary beating Trump by 100 electoral votes the day before the election. The next day, Trump beat her by over 80. That’s not a couple of percentage points, that’s as wrong as you can get. Rolling a dice would have worked better. This year, Biden is ahead of Trump by 180 on the site. So, Trump will still beat him.

    • jadzia1971 says:

      Since I got locked out of OUR OWN HEARING (too many people showed up!), I have time to respond that Scott Adams (I think?) also notes the “Dad Joke Trump Voter” who just fucks with the pollsters.

  11. lyn5 says:

    • lyn5 says:

      Douglas Vetter @douglasgvetter Replying to @RichardGrenell

      It really is remarkable Richard. They create the chaos. They create the lack of normalcy. And it is the Left that engages in violence. And then they try to lay it at the feet of the President. God help us if he doesn’t win.

    • lyn5 says:

      If you want to see Dem idiots’ replies, click on Wolfie’s tweet. They are Trump hate zombies.

    • Constance says:

      Yeah! You’ve got to really worry about those imaginary Boogaloo Bois (sarcasm font). I mean I would worry about Antifa but they are just an idea.

  12. Myiq2xu says:

    What started out as a minor leak repair in my bathroom turned into a minor remodel of the bathroom. Due to rot and mold, I had to tear out the old sink (original from 1973) and the counter and cupboard that went with it. Just for the heck of it I took out the old mirror too. Then I had to fix the floor, install new tile, put in a new pedestal sink, and repaint the whole room.

    I’m not Donald Trump – it took longer and cost more than originally estimated.

    But it all works and it looks good.

    • Myiq2xu says:

      I made so many trips to the hardware store that I am now on a first-name basis with the employees at Lowes.

      • elliesmom says:

        Sounds like the night I decided to strip some wallpaper in our old house, and all of the plaster wall came down with it.

      • Constance says:

        Sounds like you have been really busy.

      • Somebody says:

        Sorry you had to go through that. If the sink plumbing was leaking did you check the other pipes? Just concerned the others may spring a leak.

        BTW, my daughter thanks you for shopping at Lowes. Her bonus is tied to quarterly sales😉 She gets PISSED if we go to the depot, which is literally around the corner from us, Lowes is a bit of a drive. We try to hide evidence when she visits, but if she finds it we get “How could you!”🙃 In our defense if we make a major purchase we go to Lowes for that reason.

        • 1539days says:

          About 15 years ago, Lowes was going to build a store in my town. Home Depot jumped in and bought the abandoned K-Mart so they could move in quicker. About five years later, Home Depot closed and now we just have Lowes. We also have Runnings and Tractor Supply, but they don’t have much inventory or it is more expensive. Sometimes I go to Home Depot in the next city because it’s near where I work.

        • Myiq2xu says:

          I literally have to drive past Lowes to get to the Depot.

    • Anthony says:

      Congrats! Its a pain in the ass, but a great feeling of accomplishment.

      I went through the same thing with my kitchen 2 years ago after installing an under the counter appliance and screwing up my sink. Ace Hardware rocks, and to this day the employees still bust my balls about what I thought they meant when they said I had to get a new tailpiece. I thought they meant a new regular hookup and I asked “How about that cute little guy in the paint department?”, they were referring to a pipe.

    • helenk3 says:

      something I have done in two homes and people like it. instead of putting some kind of picture or ornament on the wall over the toilet, put an extra medicine cabinet. get one with a glass and wood door. replace the plain glass with stained glass. There is stained glass that has a pattern running through it . what I call talking glass. it is not that expensive, gives extra storage and looks very nice.
      When I was selling my house in Hemet and guy who buys houses and then sells them liked the idea so much he is going to do it in the houses he buys, fixes up and sells.

    • swanspirit says:

      Would love to see pics!! It cost me close to $1000 to have my bathroom done a few years ago, and that wasn’t including the tub. Just the floor, the commode, and vanity, and paint but I still love it. The floor was coming up, and the old vanity was rotting at the bottom.
      You will be happy with yours for a long time!

    • lateblum says:

      Oh my! What a mess. Good for you to be able to do it yourself! I wish you many good years with your “new” bathroom.
      I live in a building built in 1902. Anytime I see anything like a leak, or drip or a n y t h i n g I begin saying novenas and running for the duct tape.

    • foxyladi14 says:

      Good for you! That is fantastic! 😀

  13. Gram Krakka says:

    Look at this email I got. Years ago I took a week long class on how to organize a grass roots campaign from a Wellstone organization run by the late senator’s sons. The sons have been kicked off the board and it is now looks pretty much like a social justice focused BLM type marxist organization. If this is from them then it looks like they have dropped the Wellstone name.

    Note the first sentence, “As groups nationwide are training people to mobilize and take to the streets post-election……”. So the mobs will be trained and organized.

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    • Constance says:

      Hhhhmmmm. So that probably means they are planning computer mischief since they appear to be afraid other people might do it. I heard the National Guard are already stashed in all the major cities. The Guard also has a huge computer component. Our Idiot governor Inslee screwed up the covid unemployment so bad he finally had to call the National Guard computer guys in for two weeks to straighten it out. It was horrible, out of work people had gone 4 months without unemployment by the time the Guard was called.

      • lateblum says:

        The National Guard is now “activated” in Chicago. But the report is that they are here to “assist the overworked and over stressed nursing home staff” by doing things like wiping down used door knobs and greeting visitors (there are no visitors in my daughter’s nursing home) and other small tasks. The minute I heard this on the morning news, I said “As If”. They will begin this morning or tomorrow morning.

        • Mt.Laurel says:

          That goes with all the prep being done around the beltway. Why yes, the military has nothing better to do than trim tree branches and pick up trash. Are those surveyors i spy behind the pretend trimmers? Or just guys so bored with covid restriction they just had to stop by to view the exceedingly blah fall foliage near the bridge and snap pics with their new fangled cameras and fancy tripods they ordered online.

  14. Angie says:

  15. Angie says:

    I just can’t believe a 47 year DC hack like Biden can beat this.
    It’s not just 1, either–every rally is packed.

    Plus the gun grabbing tweet from Biden today & Kamala going full commie has GOT to be a hail Mary play on their part to try to get the younger/radical left people to come out to vote on election day. According to what I’ve read, early vote & VBM hasn’t give the leads they need to counter election day voting by Rs.

    In any event, I’m praying.

  16. Dora says:

    Look at all these car parades! 🙂


    Massive Trump Caravans Swarm Sunday Roadways Coast to Coast…

    In just about every state of the union, including Alaska, there were massive car rallies in support of President Trump throughout this weekend. Today, the scale of the organically inspired car caravans surprised almost everyone.

  17. taw46 says:

    I watch Tucker, Sean, and Laura at night on FNC. And Greg, Jesse, and Levin on the week-end. FNC during the day has for weeks been positive on Biden and negative on Trump. I tune in sometimes, it never changes. This is typical:

  18. taw46 says:

    My FB “friends” who are voting Dem are not voting for Biden, they are voting against Trump. My 2 family members included. They never talk about Biden and why they like him, because they don’t. All they ever talk about is how much they hate Trump. The MSM has been successful in getting them to believe Trump is evil and must go. I just hope and pray that there are more of us than there are of them.

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  20. taw46 says:

    Love these shoes!

    • Constance says:

      It’s really not that big of deal. In Seattle we have been 100% vote by mail for ten years and ballots have to be post marked by election day but they can be counted if received for a couple of weeks after voting day if their post mark is by election day. Most races get called on election night because there are not enough ballots out to change the election night winner. Every election there is usually one that goes on undecided for a week or so. And the delay does give a lot of opportunity for Democrats to corrupt the election. I still don’t see a problem with giving the ballots 3 days after election to arrive. They still need to have the correct post mark.

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  22. Angie says:

    Miami Trump rally is 🔥

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  24. Mothy67 says:

    And they feel superior to deplorables

  25. swanspirit says:

    From Ace’s place

    Three California surgeons were playing golf one Saturday morning and they started to brag on their accomplishments —

    The first one said ” I had a patient that cut off four fingers on a table saw and I reattached them so well he now is playing the guitar in a band!”

    The second doctor said ” I had a patient who was in a bad motorcycle accident and lost his leg and arm. I reattached them and now he’s training for the Olympic gymnastics team!”

    The third said ” That’s pretty good, but I had a patient who was riding her horse down a railroad track and was hit by a high-speed train. All they could find remaining was the horse’s ass and her hair. I put them together and now she’s the Speaker of the House. (H/T OregonMuse)

  26. Angie says:

    • lateblum says:

      If more young voters choose to vote for PDJT, images like this will contribute more to their vote than anything. I mean, if you were a twenty-something, would you rather vote for the man who is vibrant and energetic or someone who can’t even remember his own name or stand up straight?

  27. jadzia1971 says:

    Missive from France. I think I’ve mentioned that my last two boyfriends have LOVED them some Trump. Frankly I thought that the reason for that might have been related to the fact that both of them came from, well, patriarchal cultures (South America and North Africa, in chronological order) that often regard “strongman” types in a somewhat positive light. Imagine my surprise upon receiving a request yesterday from one of the FRENCHIEST Frenchmen I know, requesting, in all sincerity, that I snag him a camo “Trump 2020” trucker hat for his upcoming birthday. The shy Trump supporter might well be “a thing” over here.

  28. DeniseVB says:

    Today in Trumpy Bear Land 😀

  29. Dora says:


    • Anthony says:

      That’s right around the corner from me. Figures Fredo would go there – got the worst haircut I ever had from that guy

  30. elliesmom says:

    This is totally not election related, or maybe it is. I have solar powered strings of white lights strung through the trees and bushes around my front porch and on the porch railings. There’s a bistro table with an umbrella, and the inside of the umbrella is also strung with the lights. On a summer night it looks like a sidewalk cafe, which was my plan. It was a way for Elliesdad to have “an evening out” without needing to go anywhere. A little soft music, some fun cocktails, and dinner and conversation. We usually sat on the back deck so having dinner on the front porch was different. When you have someone dealing with cognitive issues, you figure out how to make them as comfortable and happy as you can.

    Our front porch is essentially on the second floor of our house so putting up the lights was a challenge for me. The lights are all-weather so I don’t need to take them down. I can turn them off, but they go off by themselves around 2 am. Earlier if it’s been a cloudy day so I just leave them alone. My neighbors asked me about the lights when I first put them up, and one by one they started putting up similar lights. The difference is they only turn theirs on for the holidays. Mine continue to run all year. This morning it was pitch black when I woke up because of the time change, and I noticed one of my neighbors has his Christmas lights up. They must be the plug-in variety because they were still going. There’s also an inflatable snowman and a big Santa on his roof. When I was talking to him the day it snowed, he said if the politicians were going to cancel Thanksgiving, he was going to skip right to Christmas. I guess he was serious.

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  32. Miranda says:

    One day more…
    One day to a new beginning
    Raise the flag of freedom high!
    Every man will be a king
    There’s a new world for the winning
    There’s a new world to be won\
    Do you hear the people sing?

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  35. swanspirit says:

    A Zoom call with government employees plotting a coup.

    • Mt.Laurel says:

      I do not know where this came from or if it meant as satire ,as other links show things such SNL skits, but this is indeed the general attitude and approach of many people i deal with on a daily basis. So if babylon bee is having fun, they nailed it right down to the personalities. If it is a leaked, it is actually mild. And yes, the infantile annoying voices are spot on.

    • elliesmom says:

      Their arrogance is palpable.

  36. david7134 says:

    I did not listen to my first election, we only had radio. It was when Eisenhower won.

  37. Anthony says:

    Madame Speaker has been conspicuously silent lately. Is she MIA? In prison? What?

  38. lyn5 says:

    Trump is showing Joe’s dementia on screen today.

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  42. dm says:

    In the past 4 days, I have received 8 calls – including one robocall from the great “O” himself – from the Pennsylvania Dems. I don’t live in PA but my daughter recently moved home from there. She has already voted in PA, but they call asking for her. They must be getting very nervous. I finally told the last woman to stop calling, my daughter has voted, I’m not in PA, not a democrat and I wouldn’t vote for your asshole anyway.

  43. lyn5 says:

    Uniting America by Embracing Tradition, Opposing Communism
    Editorial Board
    November 2, 2020

    Election Day is upon us.

    The Epoch Times, as an independent media outlet, has never endorsed a political candidate in its history, and will continue this tradition.

    Instead of endorsing candidates, we dedicate ourselves to reporting the facts, free of bias or preference. This is how we believe we best serve our readers’ interests—by providing them with the information they need to be truly informed.

    We do want to take this opportunity to state what issues we think are important.

    We believe that traditional culture helps humanity to flourish. The beginning of the Declaration of Independence famously says, “We hold these truths to be self-evident, that all men are created equal, that they are endowed by their creator with certain unalienable rights.”

    When we understand ourselves as created by God, we have in our common origin a basis for unity and fellow feeling. Compassion flows naturally to those who share the same origins. Within a divine creation are implicit standards for how we should treat one another, and these guide and shape our societies. In the case of the Declaration, these are “unalienable rights,” which guarantee individuals’ rights to life and liberty.

    When we seek to understand ourselves in light of the divine, we necessarily look upward, measuring ourselves by the highest standards. We experience both humility and gratitude, and the aspiration to live up to our beginnings.
    The Communist Threat

    Recently, the concept of socialism has become increasingly popular in the United States. Socialism is the initial stage of communism. As Vladimir Lenin stated, “The goal of socialism is communism.”

    Communism is antithetical to traditional culture; it degrades and divides humanity. For every country in the world that has followed its path, despair has followed.

    The most prominent communist party in the world today is the Chinese Communist Party (CCP).

    It teaches atheism, materialism, and a philosophy of struggle. While traditional culture uplifts humanity by pointing toward God, communism denies divinity. Instead, it reduces human beings to their atoms, providing no basis for unity or morality.

    Individuals are taught to be in a constant state of “struggle,” a war of all against all, to seek the approval of an all-powerful state. With the help of Western technology companies, the CCP has developed an unprecedented ability to monitor individuals, giving it the ability to exercise control over minute details of their daily lives.

    And all along, it has treated China’s citizens with shocking brutality, routinely using torture to force individuals to give up their religious beliefs. According to an independent tribunal, “forced organ harvesting has been committed for years throughout China on a significant scale” and “Falun Gong practitioners have been one—and probably the main—source of organ supply.” Uyghurs, Tibetans, and some Christian sects have also been targeted for organ harvesting.

    The CCP is the greatest threat to the United States today. It uses all means available to subvert and destabilize the United States, which it regards as its mortal enemy. The simple existence of a great, free republic living under the rule of law makes the communist system, by contrast, illegitimate.

    The Epoch Times has previously reported that pro-CCP groups have taken credit for helping to spark the riots that have plagued America in recent months following the death of George Floyd.

    The CCP uses a “Thousand Talents Plan” that recruits Chinese scientists with positions in American universities to steal research. It steals hundreds of billions of dollars of intellectual property each year from U.S. companies. The FBI has reported that it opens a new counterintelligence investigation targeting China every 10 hours. The list of CCP efforts to interfere in the United States is a long one.

    The CCP also has poured China’s resources into developing a high-tech military designed to defeat the United States.

    Elections are about choices. We urge voters to choose wisely, electing candidates up and down the ballot, regardless of party, who will oppose the CCP and embrace the wisdom of traditional culture.

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  47. Angie says:

    Trump’s campaign manager.
    Say a prayer so it isn’t jinxed.

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          • Angie says:

  48. elliesmom says:

    If you remember, a few weeks ago a bunch of us ordered “LL Bean” stuff from China. My bank flagged it, cancelled my credit card, and sent me a new one. There were two charges on my card from a company in China. The bank and I figured out that with the exchange rate one of the charges might be the boots. They refunded the charges to me anyway. Then a few days later I got a shipping notice from the company in China. I posted about that here, and I said if it turned out to be a half-decent knock-off of LL Bean boots, I’d call my bank and reinstate the charge. The package arrived from China today. Not boots. A rather lovely plaid Burberry wool scarf. It has an “official” Burberry tag and label. “By appointment to HRH The Prince of Wales”. The fabric feels wonderful. Now, there’s absolutely no way I ordered this scarf. I don’t know if it’s really a Burberry or a knockoff. I now know I need to look for some boots to buy. But what to do about the scarf? I can’t call or write to the company because the shipping label, except for my address, is in kanji.

  49. Mothy67 says:

    The D+ doesn’t mean all that much. My relatives are mostly going Trump. They never changed registration. Wish they had because it might make it harder to cheat.

  50. Dora says:

    The man who could be America’s next president in three days: Barack Obama had to call Joe Biden three times before he finally emerged at Michigan rally, then had to remind him to put his mask back on and help guide him off the stage

  51. Anthony says:

  52. Anthony says:

    The apple doesn’t fall far from the tree

  53. Angie says:

  54. foxyladi14 says:

    Rally 2 today

  55. taw46 says:

    Terrorist attack in Vienna at a synagogue and multiple other locations.

  56. foxyladi14 says:

    A sword day, a RED day, ere the sun rises!”

  57. foxyladi14 says:

    Rally 3. 😀

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