Stop The Steal Insta-Thread

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  1. Angie says:

    OT but need a little LOL (plus a little Trump art of war philosophy)

  2. lyn5 says:

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  5. votermom says:

    there is a wiod rumor on twatter that Gina Haspel is either MIA or mort

    • Underwhelmed says:

      She was already MIA. Now I’m seeing dead. If so, burn in hell, bitch.

    • Constance says:

      I read that too. What I saw said she was at the CIA server building in Germany when the military went in to take the servers and was wounded in the fight. She was then evacuated to Gitmo. It said she had raced to fly in CIA operatives from Afghanistan to protect the servers.

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        • foxyladi14 says:

          Making me wonder about Bidens Boot???

          • elliesmom says:

            I think Biden is having the balance issues that go with dementia. He probably bumped into the dog and fell. In that last couple of years of his life Elliesdad wore a boot on a broken foot a couple of times and broke a few ribs. I don’t know what he fell over because it usually happened at night when I was sleeping, and he was roaming around. I usually found him on the floor after it happened. One time he took out one of our metal kitchen chairs falling over it. It looked like a pretzel. There was no definitive finding about what caused the balance issues. He was CT scanned, PET scanned, and X-rayed. Just the dementia. It was the main reason for our move to a house without stairs he had to use. I had a door put on the stairs down to the bottom floor of the house, and I locked it before I went to bed every night. If Biden gets to the White House, I suspect the Secret Service will have their hands full.

    • Angie says:

      I saw the rumor she was dead.


  6. John Denney says:

    Those who’ve recovered from ChiCom Cooties are now immune and not contagious.
    Are they free to publicly move about maskless & not social distance?

    Asking for at least 8,204,337 U.S. residents.

    • elliesmom says:

      I rely on my Canadian cousins for perspective on all things cootie flu. They are still required to wear masks even if they have had the virus, and they are also being expected to still get the vaccine when it’s available in Canada.

      • John Denney says:

        And the justification for that is …?

        Ok, I’m trying to stifle myself here . . .

        Gah!!! Can’t do!!!

        [Slow simmer; easy big guy . . .]

        Sounds boneheaded to me.

        • elliesmom says:

          The rationale is the medical community doesn’t know how long the immunity lasts. A significant portion of the people in the test groups for the vaccine had test results that showed they had some level of immunity before they took the vaccine. There appears to be no negative side effects to taking the vaccine if you’re already immune. Of course, that a significant portion of the test group was already immune might be playing into the high efficacy numbers they’re getting for their vaccine. That hasn’t been widely published here, but my Canadian cousins aren’t having their doctors silenced as much as ours are. One of my cousins is an anti-vaxxer. His doctor has cautioned him that refusal to take this vaccine could severely limit his freedom to do other things. His doctor is quite upfront with him about the vaccine and what the Canadian government is and isn’t prepared to do. The US under Biden will be a lot more like Canada is under Trudeau than we are with a Trump administration.

        • John Denney says:

          I’m thinking immunity doesn’t just disappear overnight, as if one would be completely immune for 6 months, then at 6 months and one day have no immunity at all. Rather, it would gradually taper off.

          But if in that 6 months, one were constantly being exposed, wouldn’t the body be constantly fighting it off, and thus continually replenishing the immunity?

          And if one has beat it successfully once with no medical intervention, it seems like one could beat it again.

  7. Angie says:

    Dr. Shiva with his 4 MIT degrees today showed mathematically that the only way to replicate the voting curves that Biden & Trump got in AZ is if the votes were weighed such that every vote for Biden was counted as 1.3 votes & every vote for Trump was counted as 0.7 of a vote.

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  10. Angie says:

    Lol good for Lindsey

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    • Somebody says:

      When Ducey actually signed the paperwork a crew was filming. Ducey’s phone began to go off, it was playing “Hail to the Chief”. Ducey swiped his phone to reject the call and signed the papers.

      A while back Ducey had publicly bragged that he set a special ring tone on his phone so that he never, ever missed a phone call from President Trump. He changed the ring tone for POTUS to “Hail to the Chief”. So he rejected POTUS’s phone call on camera and then signed the certification. What a douche.

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      • Constance says:

        Ha! The donor class has no party. We MAGA’s took it and we are keeping it. We are sick of the parasitic elitist class. They add nothing to our country.

    • Angie says:

      I don’t like that John Cardillo –IMO he’s a fraud. He said, among other crazy things, that Trump was sending 50,000 ground troops to Syria, that McMaster was drugging Trump’s diet cokes, that Kushner was making a DACA deal with Schumer.

      If he’s ever right it’s by luck.

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  17. Mothy67 says:

    I am watching 24 and thinking about Biden taking a call from Jack Bauer.

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    Trump retweet.

    • Anthony says:

      We need a new party

      • Angie says:

        I think it’s time to start shooting the bastards. 😉

      • Constance says:

        Yes we do need a new party. Our main problem is there are a bunch of indoctrinated, highly credentialed elitists in this country who believe they are entitled to power over us and believe we should pay taxes to them. These people are parasites on society. They add nothing and they intend to suck us and our country dry because they are entitled to. Sadly we are left with no choice but to eliminate them if we want peace and security. Make no mistake they are not elite they are arrogant parasitic elitists.

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    • lateblum says:

      It’s too bad these people think being seen as a hypocrite is a good thing.

      • Mothy67 says:

        It seems very unAmerican but has swelled over the last few years. Good for me , but not for thee. Titanic dude flies private and trots the world on super yachts. They have mansions whose water, heating, cooling will use more resources in a year than I will use in my entire life. They are our betters /sarc.
        Since everyone has adjusted to not going to the movies, maybe to save the planet we should shut them down. Think of the energy required to maintain a megaplex. We should cut off the revenue stream.

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  24. Island Girl says:

    Spent my last day of a 5 day vacation watching the people of Arizona weep for our country. Incredible

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    • taw46 says:

      As said in one of the comments, it sounds more like a threat than a warning.

      • lateblum says:

        That’s exactly the one that caught my eye, as well!
        And it is also the thought that I had when I first heard him say it. This is the man who said, “I’m not trying to scare people but…”. It is exactly what he is trying to do. And he has accomplished that very thing with many people in my family.

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    AG Barr Indicts 8 for Funneling Millions in Foreign Donations to Clinton, Schiff and Top Senate Democrats

    The Gateway Pundit reported on Friday that “Democrat operative and Robert Mueller chief witness George Nader was indicted for his involvement in illegal campaign contributions from foreign entities to the Hillary campaign in 2016.” Nader is a convicted child molester and one of Mueller’s top witnesses.

    Since then, it has been reported that seven other individuals were indicted. The Department of Justice reported that “an indictment was unsealed against the CEO of an online payment processing company, and seven others, charging them with conspiring to make and conceal conduit and excessive campaign contributions, and related offenses, during the U.S. presidential election in 2016 and thereafter.”

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  30. votermom says:

    I thought I posted this last night

  31. DeniseVB says:

    Today’s musical treat because nothing says musical theater like the Vietnam War, and hated by the veterans because the plot glamourized the underbelly of a desperate people. I just liked the music and here we have the adorbs v.1993 Michael Ball singing a romantic ballad from a young Marine to his prostitute. From Miss Saigon………

    • DeniseVB says:

      Not today, says Facebook 😦 Hope you can watch it there…..

      • elliesmom says:

        When my daughter was a teen, she and I had mother/daughter nights at the theater. My son is almost 6 years younger so she was on her way off to college when he became a teen. He asked me if I was going to wait for when she came home from college to go to the theater, or would I be looking for a “new date”. Elliesdad liked plays, but not musicals. So I took my son with me the next time, and “Miss Saigon” was our first musical theater date. When the helicopter flew in and landed on the stage, he was hooked for life. “Miss Saigon” was a great conversation starter with my son about the effects of war on the people who fight, the people who get fought over, and the people who watch from a distance. Movies about WWII mostly glorify the experience from the soldier’s point of view, and movies about the Vietnam War make them out to be criminals. “Miss Saigon” does neither.

        • DeniseVB says:

          Great first theater experience for a teen boy 🙂 My son’s was Sweeney Todd, gotta get the hook in them with the wow factor 😀

        • lateblum says:

          I finally saw “Miss Saigon” a few years ago when the stage production was shown in movie theaters around the country. I loved this song. I don’t know how, but I was able to watch it here. 🌞

  32. Mothy67 says:

    It’s snowing.
    I nice inch or two.

  33. Dora says:

    A new sea creature. Amazing!

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  35. elliesmom says:

    When I was working in the computer industry, although it wasn’t my job, I was often dispatched to help the “computer illiterate” with their issues- the admin staff, the tech writers, HR, etc. because the “real tech support staff” was too busy helping the engineers. The real reason why I was sent was because although computers provided me with a nice standard of living, I never questioned it when someone insisted their computer was possessed and evil. For the last month the only way I have been able to see tweets here was to click on the link that would take me to Twitter. I tried a few things, but nothing worked so if I was interested, I clicked on the link, and if I wasn’t interested enough to click, I missed the tweet. That was the state of affairs for me last night when I went to bed. This morning I opened the Crawdad Hole just as I always do, and all of the tweets appeared. Since no one else here had the same problem, the only logical explanation is gremlins. That’s Occam’s Razor.

    • Anthony says:

      Old saying: “If you eliminate all other possibilities, whatever remains must be the truth”

    • Mothy67 says:

      I had the same issue a few weeks back and it cleared up the same way. There was another with same issue.
      I also couldn’t read anything over 200 posts, but that seems to have changed as well.
      I use the latest 10″ kindle.

      • elliesmom says:

        I’m working on a laptop running Windows 10. I have Kindles, but I don’t particularly like FB and my mail in mobile app format. It’s a pain to keep switching them to full use mode. My netbook is very small. Not a lot heavier than a large Kindle, and I get a real keyboard. I love the Kindle for video chatting with Crash, and for going to blogs where I seldom post any comments. I like my Kindle paperwhite best for reading books, but that’s all it will do. The battery life is weeks instead of hours, and the screen is easier on the eyes. I have a smartphone, but 99% of the time it’s a phone. My car will summon help with the push of a button so my kids’ worries about my not having a smartphone in the car were largely unfounded, but there are so many places that require me to be able to accept text messages I finally ditched the old flip phone that was just a phone. My kids know better than to text me. That’s not what “call your mother” means. 🙂

    • 1539days says:

      I blame Bill Gates.

    • votermom says:

      Actually same here
      Tweets not rendering last night on this thread
      Suddenly this morning all good

    • swanspirit says:

      In the 80’s, when computers were first installed in the hospital where I worked on the Eastern Shore of Maryland, many of the workers were completely unfamiliar with them. While I was dancing around the unit,celebrating that we were FINALLY getting computers on the units, many of the women were terrified, and absolutely certain, that “the debbil” was in those machines. 😈 Maybe they were closer to the truth, than I thought. 😲

    • lateblum says:

      Oddly enough, I have experienced the same. And again, oddly enough, when my iPad is “acting out” as I call it, so is my smart phone. This has happened more than once. I am convinced they are possessed by the same spirit. And they seemingly correct themselves after I stop panicking and accept they have power over me.

  36. Mothy67 says:

    I love the snow today because local news is actually reporting on something other than the kung flu and erection cheating fail. I do wonder if they had dropped restrictions over the summer if there would be far fewer cases today.
    The National Guard is assisting in a local nursing home. It has over 100 cases! I can’t eat at a bar, but my guv has neglected ltc’s for months and months.

    • lateblum says:

      When I say I “like” your comment…. “like” doesn’t mean what people think it means . . .

      • Mothy67 says:

        On my previous kindle i got like notifications– not on this one. Don’t know why. The thing I love about kindle’s is that when I step on one I am not out 800 dollars. Like EM mentioned I wish I could keep it in desktop mode. I also wish they offered one that was a few inches bigger for my mid 50’s eyes. I have a graveyard of cheap readers and kindles.
        I have two dells that are convertible, but a little to heavy and a mac desktop, plus iPhone. I prefer lounging with kindle.

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  38. Dora says:

    No way that thing is coming near me!

  39. DeniseVB says:

    Leave it to “Cousin Eddie” to remind PDJT to keep his oath 😀

    • lyn5 says:

      We Pledged Allegiance @OneVoiceUSA7 ·Replying to @RandyRRQuaid

      If our elected officials can send our sons and daughters to fight and die on foreign soil in the name of freedom and democracy, all with a single vote, they can damn well fight this one fight for us that we can’t fight ourselves.


    • lateblum says:

      Hah, I just saw that and was coming here with it.

  40. lyn5 says:

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    • Gram Kraken says:

      I am currently watching MI hearing on OAN. WTF!!! We are now officially a shiffhole banana republic.

      I was a poll watcher in a remote rural precinct in Columbia SC in the Feb 2004 Dem primary. I challenged the lovely Bernice Scott when she stood at the doorway to the voting site handing out sample ballots marked for whom she wanted elected. She was not back the required marked distance from the door. She told me these were ‘her people’ and it was her right to speak with them. Being a bit of a smart ass, I looked at her quizzically and repeated ‘your people?’ She indignantly replied, I represent these people! As instructed by the campaign, I then called the attorney about the illegal electioneering I witnessed.

      A little while later an expensive SUV showed up and after the handsome stud conferred with Bernice he came over and jokingly said he was going to throw me in the Congaree Swamp. It was a little scary since I had been dropped off out in the boon docks by the campaign and had to wait for them to pick me up at the close of the election. My flip phone battery was almost dead and I was a little concerned that I might become supper for the swamp alligators.

      Former longtime Richland councilwoman accused of intimidating Lower Richland voters

  41. Gram Kraken says:

    I don’t know how to get twitter to show here, so here is link. Ron ‘CodeMonkeyZ’ that VM posted above seems to be an IT expert and is spear heading effort to keep Dominion buildings in 3 GA counties under surveillance 24/7 for next 10 days. Watching to see if voting machines are being moved before being examined. Love how the geeks have been released and will be challenging the media and Dems BS spin.

  42. lyn5 says:

    I’d have no problem with this.

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  44. foxyladi14 says:

    White Privilege??

  45. foxyladi14 says:

    A new pro Trump site.

  46. 1539days says:

    One piece of good news. I can now enjoy McDonald’s McRib again for a limited time.

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