The Most Important Speech

The slow unsheathing of the sword.

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208 Responses to The Most Important Speech

  1. votermom says:

    Massive cheating; for the sake of the voters will FIGHT!

    • Angie says:

      This speech made clear Trump is going to the mattresses on this.

      And as we all know, Trump doesn’t fight until after he has won. 🙂

      • elliesmom says:

        I’m not worried about Trump’s ability or willingness to fight. I am concerned about whether the courts will agree to hear the case in time. Chief Justice Roberts is predictable, unfortunately. The deadline isn’t until the congress is required to certify the vote so it’s not as close as some people think, but there are a lot of weasels there, too.

      • foxyladi14 says:

        The way all smart people do! 😀

      • Constance says:

        He really emphasized that the DOJ and FBI has accomplished nothing they just push papers around and engage in endless process. So I assume we shouldn’t look to them to star in this show.

      • John Denney says:

        go to the mat, not mattress, although that’s humorous given Trump’s alleged womanizing.

        “Fight until one side or another is victorious, as in The governor said he’d go to the mat for this bill. This term comes from wrestling and evokes the holding of an opponent when both contestants are down on the mat, the padded floor-covering used in matches. It has been used figuratively since about 1900.”

        • Angie says:

          It’s GO TO THE MATRESSES. That means GO TO WAR (staying in safe houses, sleeping on mattresses on the floor).

          Only dumb asses who have never seen the Godfather (or its poor cousin the Sopranos) say “go to the mat” –which means you FUCKING LOSE if you are on the GD mat.

          Don’t come for me again unless I send for you.

          • John Denney says:

            I wasn’t coming at you; I thought I was being helpful.

            I’ve not yet seen The Godfather, philistine that I am, but even if I had, I’d not have heard, “go to the mattresses”. I had to replay & listen carefully several times to sort of hear it, and then only because someone commented that it was at 1:21.

            Thank you for clarifying; I was ignorant of that usage.

        • DeniseVB says:

          John, your holiday homework is to watch The Godfather. It’s like politics, only with more love, money and blood. You also need to know to leave the gun and take the cannoli. 😉

  2. helenk3 says:

    for some reason, i thought of the BATTLING BASTARDS OF BASTOGNE this morning. I feel this is what we are going through right now due to the cheating in our election. If we lose there will never be a trusted election in this country again and one of our basic freedoms will be lost.
    just my opinion .

  3. helenk3 says:

    the NYC dem seem to have gone one step too far over this show of power.

  4. helenk3 says:

    NO lets not air this and let the public decide, they are too stupid to understand it

    • Gram Kraken says:

      My understanding is that it is a Federal crime to damage railroads, not a local or state matter. (My step daughter-in-law’s teenager son did some ‘hard time’ in fed pokey for attempting to burn down a wooden railway bridge within city limits.)
      These Northwest criminals remind me of the tree huggin spikers in the 1980-90s.

      • helenk3 says:

        I worked as a train dispatcher with the computers that would be affected by this vandalism. You have no Idea of what it does to you if you have a train within a distance to headon into to what you are seeing as another train and know that it takes at least 1 1/2 miles for it to stop and there is nothing you can do about it.
        I hope these two vandals get really long sentences in the worst federal prison in this country

  5. DeniseVB says:

    Bring back the Tea Party !

  6. Mothy67 says:

    Thanks for post. Kindle was shutting down again.

  7. DeniseVB says:

    My gallows humor just kicked in. Didn’t the L.A. Mayor tell people not to leave their homes under ANY circumstance? {{{{gigglesnort}}}}

  8. Angie says:

    Even though I live in a red state, I wrote to my cuck R Senator Bill Cassidy who said even though he “voted for Trump” it was “time to move on” as the “election was over.”

    Senator Cassidy:

    I have voted for you each time you have run for the US Senate. I respectfully request to know the following:

    Why are you (and other elected GOP leaders) okay with me being disenfranchised?
    Why are you (and other elected GOP leaders) okay with Republican voters being bullied, excluded, harassed and shut out of the voting oversight process?
    I ask this because I saw you tweet that the “election is over and it is time to move on” with Biden as president. This message is clear: you are fine with Democrats in certain cities in key swing states stopping the counting of votes on election night when most of the precincts were reporting and President Trump was ahead by double digits and then have a phenomenal vote come in for Biden between 2 – 6 in the morning all while excluding Republicans from any oversight and meaning verification of those early morning Biden votes. These events right there make the fraud obvious enough to warrant real investigation — not recounts, but real audits with signature verification, etc. If that is not possible, those actions by the Democrats — especially the kicking Republican observers out of the oversight process — warrants nullifying the election and/or votes from that precinct.

    Yet you lack the courage and/or principles to stand up for your own party’s voters. Democrats would never stand for their voters being treated this way — and, by the way, they would be right.

    So a final question:

    Why should I ever vote for you (or any Republican) again when you will not fight to keep your own voters from being disenfranchised or even protect them from being harassed in polling places?
    I do not expect to receive a response (other than perhaps some form letter) from you because you have revealed what you are and it is extremely disappointing. I am ashamed that I voted for you in the past. You will never have my vote again.


    • DeniseVB says:

      Wonderful letter ! GOP definitely need to be put on notice, a**holes every one of them. These are the same Rinos that elected, then enabled Obama for 8 years. I think there was mass corruption in 2008 and 2012 too based on how McCain/Romney treated Obama v. Trump.

      I’ve had Dem reps for years, so all I have left is to lie to them……. Dear Sen. Sh*thead, I’m a republican who voted for you but won’t make that mistake again………..I know they don’t want or need my vote, but it makes me feel better 😉

    • Mothy67 says:

      Should (Lord forbid) Trump not be sworn in again in January. I am going back to independent and will encourage others to do the same. Might sound silly, but I believe I persuaded close to 100 in 2016 to look and listen to Trump. These were lifelong dims. Donald won PA by around 50,000 then. It only took 500 people doing the same to move it into the win column.
      I wrote to my senator, but he’s a pig rino.

      • DeniseVB says:

        By virtue I’ve never donated to the DNC or RNC, I consider myself Independent which is easy to do in an Open state you don’t have to declare a party in. I do support candidates that I like, not the ones the parties decide to spend my money on. I’ve voted for both parties and the occasional Nader throw-away vote. I don’t have a good track record, but Trump was my best vote 😀

    • Somebody says:

      I’m going to write my senators regarding Scott’s removal of his objection to expanding H1B for Indians. By removing his objection expansion passed by unanimous consent, so the weasels didn’t have to vote on record.

      Rubio, my other senator, has joined a group on immigration reform. The main objective of which is mass amnesty.


    • driguana says:

      Great letter, Angie….made me remember that I actually voted for Romney…gives me nightmares now…sometimes it takes a wile for the head to clear!!

  9. helenk3 says:

    msm did this all by themselves. Trump just turned on the light and let the people see

    • Constance says:

      Mail in voting and ballot harvesting must be stopped and voter ID has to happen. When Trump wins this he needs to immediately start a new party. Let’s say the Patriots and use the red white and blue lion symbols you see everywhere although Lions are not north American animals and no other party uses carnivores as a political symbol. Then that party can give a star rating to Republican and Dem candidates and run their own candidates in some races. Eventually maybe a third of Republicans and a tenth of Democrats will migrate over to Patriots.
      The west coast is only the Left coast because we have had corrupt mail in voting for 10 years. Don’t forget us! We need help throwing these Leftist bastards out.

      • driguana says:

        I’ve had a sneaking suspicion all along that a new political party was Trump’s plan all along…a huge home for centrists, and moderate Dems and Repubs…feels like the time has come, doesn’t it?

        • Somebody says:

          Yes, it is past time. It will be a difficult road even with a dynamic leader. The two current parties are filled with corrupt politicians that do not represent their constituents. The vast majority of Americans are centrist. They are not adverse to government, but they are adverse to big government. They want a government and an economy that works for them. They are not heartless, they care about those less fortunate but they don’t like grifters. They champion those that are successful, but not those that are successful by corrupt means.

          If a viable 3rd party can be formed, it will fizzle quickly due to the stranglehold the D’s and R’s have unless A) The party goes big out of the shoot and wins a large enough number of seats to make a difference B) The party will need a LOT of money and grassroots support because the D’s and R’s will try to smother the baby in the crib.

          • DeniseVB says:

            Tea Party had the duopoly yelling for mommy in 2009, especially after we took the House and Senate away from Bam in 2010. Of course, they had to destroy us by 2012 via the IRS. Sigh, bring that force for good back 😀

  10. Mothy67 says:

    I am watching 24 in the background because no news for this guy and I like having something familiar to watch as I putter around.
    I can’t help but draw parallels between myself and Jack Bauer. Just the other day in a 24 hour period. I went in the store and paid for gas, went to a tobacco store, then to walmart to buy toothpaste, then to Sam’s to get water and that fake salt for ice on the sidewalk. Believe it or not I mustered the strength after all that to use my snowblower to do the walks.
    I know it sounds like I am exaggerating, but I’m a doer. Just like Jack. It’s uncanny.
    Ya know people that mock walmart are insane. A tube of sensodyne toothpast is almost 8 dollars at my grocer. Walmart has the two for 10. I got 6 double packs (12 total) for 60. That saves 36. I restocked all the first aid stuff for next to nothing. I got four replacement brushes for my absurdly expensive sonic care brush. RiteAid wanted 38 for 2. Walmart =28. I used the self checkout and was in and out in in under 15 minutes. I picked up two packs of plain white T’s. Thick nice ones.
    I’d say I saved over 100 for 15 minutes. That’s like earning 400/hr. I can be called smelly to save 100 in 15.

  11. mcnorman says:

    Anyone interested in the 2019 Preparing for a Disputed Presidential Election: An Exercise in Election Risk Assessment and Management document?

    From Loyola Sep 2019

    Click to access 7_Foley%20(309-362).pdf

  12. Dora says:

    Absolutely Not!

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  15. Mothy67 says:

    Silly question about L.A. and flu season — it is going to be 74 there today — how are they following the same trajectory as those of us living in the mid to low 30’s. I thought the bug was thriving in the lower temps. 74 does not sound like flu season to me. Yet they are proportionally surpassing places like Boston? I don’t believe anything I read any more. Yesterday a screaming headline 10 dead. Hyperbolic is an understatement. Ten people did not die on Tuesday. Cases went as far back as ten days. One was over 100. Three in their 90’s. I think two in 80’s. Remainder in 60’s and 70’s. We have no idea what kind of health the 60 plus were in. A proggie told me if it saves one life it is worth wearing a mask. I said Kate Steinle might be alive if border laws were enforced. Is her one life not worth it? She accused me of wanting to eliminate the elderly? Huh? My Aunt Patty is late 70’s. She beat breast cancer, years later moved to the bones. She has that Irish. Been over a year. She is quite stable. They don’t have to leave the property. Big yard. She has 6 or 7 kids that each have 3 to 5 kids. I believe she has at least 20 grandkids maybe dozens more. They played softball before it got cold with Aunt Patty. Uncle Jim and Aunt Patty only batted with no catcher. Fifteen feet away. It was just to be outside together. They have a nice property and can find a walking trail. She still rides her bike on that thing that trail that goes halfway across the country. She can only do the flat part which runs along the river.
    My sister had a brain tumor and stage four lung cancer. She is not isolating. She is somehow “healthy”. She said one year of living as I want beats ten years of masked lockdown. She could go into a store pick up a diet coke and catch it after walking around for a year in a medical hajib.
    Anyhow my prog friend who thinks my saying let the young ones exist fully supported ezekial emmanual’s die at 75!!!! It confounds me how they rationalize the dichotomy.
    I have health issues. Kidney and liver get ugly then they bounce back. I don’t get to see Dr. House. I react to something that turns my urine almost red and I am in organ failure and then a few days later I am pissing clear? I was going to go to ER on Thanksgiving. I didn’t want to ruin the day for my mom. I laid in bed with this crippling pain in the small of my back. I know to always hydrate. I couldn’t eat. I smoke but during those days I become sick by the smell. I am diabetic on one A1c and then not even pre diabetic on the next.
    I went to ER once during an episode. They pumped me full of drugs and said I had a few months. They wanted me to go on transplant list(s) I get hit by something every few months or years. There is a horrid smell, my urine goes bright red, I wake up with a very groggy brain. I feel like I have been drugged upon waking. My head is so cloudy I can smell it. I am told not possible. Okay then, i make up organ failure. Mitt Romney was running for POTUS when you gave me 2 months. Hmmmm? Maybe those computer models aren’t perfect???? After they told me I was short lived they sent in two women to talk to me about quitting smoking. Eight weeks to live???? Quit smoking??? They sent me a brochure about transplants. Swear to God it was like a Disney vacation from hell.
    I didn’t know what was before me. I took myself off the list as I was just about to be placed on it. Last I checked I could have gotten 5 years with an organ(s). Romney had not pussied out yet against obama. Nine years with no meds.
    I understand my risk on having brat do sleepovers. It is on me. Tom Wolfe is not my father. Stay home if you are afraid. Do delivery or pick up. You can sit on a plane you can sit at a bar.

    • swanspirit says:

      Did they check you for kidney stones?

      • Mothy67 says:

        I had to have paracentisis four times. They stick a needle in your belly and drain litres of fluid. It is usually a death sentence. I think it had to be akin to an allergy. I walked home 6.9 miles. I simply felt all better. At least 2 miles were uphill. I still get waves of it, but they don’t know why. My glucose you would think would be fascinating, but no. I get A1c’s all over the place.

    • elliesmom says:

      “Flu season” is related as much to how much time people spend inside sharing the same airspace as it is to the virus thriving in colder weather. In a hot climate air conditioning draws people inside as much as turning the heat on brings people in cold climates inside. In the cold a virus forms a harder more protective surface which helps in the spread. The warmer it is, the more fragile a virus is. That also means viruses spread more rapidly in air conditioning than they do in a hot room. It all balances out, which explains why no climate in the US is immune to having viruses.

      • Mothy67 says:

        So why the parallel spike? I would think L.A. would have had an increase during hot summer because more people in doors sharing air conditioning. Why in such a vast country does it seem like we are all having the same response. Africa has less than Texas. China has less than NYC metropolitan area. China has over a billion people???
        I don’t trust the numbers, at all.

  16. Gram Kraken says:

    Winston S. Churchill
    “Never give in. Never give in. Never, never, never, never—in nothing, great or small, large or petty—never give in, except to convictions of honour and good sense. Never yield to force. Never yield to the apparently overwhelming might of the enemy.”

  17. Mothy67 says:

    The little things.
    Da pup wants a black zip up nike hoodie. I guess it’s the must “have” for girls this season. They start at 70 and go to 150. A sweatshirt with a zipper? Amazon, Dick’s, Macy’s, kohl’s sold out. Not one in medium women’s.
    She was going to compromise with heather or charcoal ( my favorite) but I said why not wait until a month after Christmas and we can get the one you actually think you want. She said that makes sense. It’s the jacket all the girl’s wear when they sit on the side or get out of the pool. Top dollar should be 35. Baby girl is willing to wait. Who’d a thunked delayed gratification exercises with cookies at 3 would pay off all these years later.

      • Mothy67 says:

        Almost. Kohl’s has that here as well. The one she wants is solid black and not retro. She said she would take that one. Wait two weeks and get the one you want probably on sale. It’s what they wear when they get out of the pool. School is mostly canceled but she has swim 4 days a week. So ass backwards. She does cheer and vball. I would think you inhale a little deeper when being active. No cases of indoor swim transmission.
        How do they determine that. Are there cases of outdoor? I think tracing is bullshit. The health department was trying to link restaurants to the bug. Grocery stores seem high more likely to spread. Really who takes the milk sitting up front? I bet that poor first gallon gets pushed aside a hundred times by noon. I haven’t yet gone with tapping my phone to pay. I use debit and touch the keypad. I wash my hands if i am in a clean bathroom. I don’t scrub my hands five times a day. I think sitting at a table is safer than shopping. The air is circulated. People breathe on partitions can’t it bounce off surface 15 seconds later to the next person one foot away from pseudo glass. I think if you were just breathing it would dissipate. Kinda the same argument to justify masks for a nanovirus could be flipped on why partitions suck. You step right behind the person in front of you. It’s like putting on their mask.

        • Gram Krakken says:

          I’m surprised that they don’t have swim team jackets and pants to put on before/after. When my granddaughter was on a synchro swim team the jackets identified their team by name and helped them feel like a team.

        • Constance says:

          Sometimes kids just want the absolute exact item. In that case I would tell them I’m willing to spend $30. on a black hoodie. If you want the exact item you can make up the rest. Let me know when we are going to make the payment. The thing about status symbol items is they get stolen. But sadly they have to learn this stuff on their own.

          • Mothy67 says:

            She gave me no issue. She’s 14. I bought her the iPhone 12 for Christmas and some mad money (credit). I start telling her in June if you want that it’s part of your Christmas. She got phone last month. She has x amount for her gift she wants an over priced sweat shirt that’s her choice. She can wait for a few weeks after Christmas and get what she actually wants in her size. She not be dumb. Odds are late January if we are out and find the one she wants I’ll just buy it and she can still spend money on the bane of my existence ( eye liner, ugh). She gets double gifted by exerting patience. She’s not manipulating. I was open. Buy that now it is on you. I added her to a credit card when she turned 14. she calls before she buys. I say no that is for emergencies or when I can’t get you cash. She can buy food without asking. Even delivered pizza on a sleepover elsewhere.

          • Mothy67 says:

            I insist she use a cover for her phone when she is out of the hood. You cannot tell it is a 900 dollar phone. I did not pay 900. I had voicestream in 1999. I stayed when T-mobile bought them. I was finally out of phone contracts. I threatened to port my numbers to at&t. They gave me a deal. I pay 13.28 for 30 months for 3 iPhone 12s. I have unlimited everything with 5G and the lady up the strret has unlimited on a tablet on my plan. My bill with equipment is 138 for four lines. I love T-mobile. I live a 15 minute walk to the city so rural coverage is not an issue. Buying her the phone was really a bargain.

  18. Angie says:

    Kitson LA is a super trendy boutique in LA.

    Biden didn’t win

    • Anthony says:

      That’s telling lol. I used to love shopping there when I had to go there for gigs

      • Angie says:

        I saw Gwen Steffani there when I went to LA for a little CA vacation (started in San Diego then drove up the coast all the way to Napa Valley, stopping at all the major “destinations” along the way–LA, Carmel, San Francisco). She was doing that L.A.M.B. clothing line.

      • jadzia1971 says:

        It’s about 5 minutes from my old place in WeHo.

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  20. Anthony says:

    POTUS on Newsmax right now throwing everyone under the bus who deserves to be there. FNC not covering. Motherfuckers.

  21. John Denney says:

    Yay, Tulsi!

  22. foxyladi14 says:

    seems like.

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  24. DeniseVB says:

    • Gram Kraken says:

      Good news / bad news
      Good news = tech jobs for Texas, Yea!
      Bad news = they are from Californicate, likely to vote for Dems, Yuck!

      • Constance says:

        The west has corrupt mail in voting. We are not voting for this crap. It’s being shoved up our asses by aggressive violent Leftists and Pansy assed Republicans.

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    • DeniseVB says:

      #BelieveAllWomen , right, Alyssa? Joe literally grabbed Tara’s pu**y, will there be a pink hat march at JoeJoe Binks’ Inauguration?

  28. swanspirit says:

    A Michigan Democrat made the mistake of asking a witness just now why more witnesses don’t come forward. Her answer should go Viral×360/kp-TZcfIaNqwi-H1.mp4?tag=10

    • AniEm says:

      “Democrats..destroy lives”. And I would say we are all living proof of that at this point in time.

      • DeniseVB says:

        In 2008 the Dems made it clear if you didn’t support Obama, the hell with you. Not sure how Obama won in such a landslide, they sure lost a lot of Dem support with their sucky attitude. I can imagine how they treat real threats to their commie goals.

        • lateblum says:

          Of course you know how he won in a landslide. Even my dentist, a lifelong Republican (as it turns out) was “Proud to have vote for Obama. (He couldn’t) believe how wonderful it will look to the rest of the world that we finally have a Black man for President.” My dentist is of ME immigrants. People were breaking their arms from patting 5hemselves on 5he back for being so “progressive”.

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    • lyn5 says:

      Newsies are brain dead if they can’t see the fraud.

      • DeniseVB says:

        Don’t you remember the JournOlisters ? They pledged in 2008 to never write anything negative about Obama to help him win. My God, had that jerk been vetted half as hard as they do Trump, he would have never won the Pres primary. It’s the same stuff O’Keefe just released from CNN, it’s a protection racket for Joe and the Dems. Media has sucked for a long, long time. Even Dan Rather and Keith Olbermann are enjoying a comeback. 😛

        • lateblum says:

          Really, Keith Olbermann is worse than and much, much crazier than Dan Rather. Rather is just old – and discredited. Olbermann is dangerous.

      • Constance says:

        “I see nothing!!” They are so busy covering their eyes and their asses. They just have to be convinced that they are covering their asses by looking deeply into the fraud and that looking away is NOT covering their asses. Sidney Powell moved the whole situation forward when she immediately sued the Governor of Arizona for certifying corrupt results. Now all the others know there will be real consequences.

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    This comment 🤣🤣🤣

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    • Angie says:

      I don’t know why the other tweet was deleted but this is it:

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  37. lyn5 says:

    Dan Crenshaw doesn’t understand.

    • lyn5 says:

      • lyn5 says:

        Lin Wood @LLinWood

        I respect your service & sacrifice for country, Dan @RepDanCrenshaw. But I have lost respect for you given your false attacks on me for speaking truth & more importantly, your failure to support @realDonaldTrump & attack election fraud, Dan. Off to #WorldOfTheBlocked you go, Dan.

        • lyn5 says:

        • DeniseVB says:

          I knew exactly what Lin meant……….why aren’t those candidates on the battleground supporting the President? Not sure what happened to Dan, but that kind of apathy is why we’re in this mess………..RINOS.

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  39. Constance says:

    Decoding President Trumps December 2nd speech.

    “About 95% of this speech was filler. Only 5% really matters, as I detail below:”

    “Where have we heard something very similar before? In the 2018 EO, which describes who will be subjected to having all their assets seized by the United States government — and note that this applies to corporations, individuals, partnerships and even non-profits: (emphasis added)

    Sec. 2. a (ii) to have materially assisted, sponsored, or provided financial, material, or technological support for, or goods or services to or in support of, any activity described in subsection (a)(i)

    Sec. 2. a (i) to have directly or indirectly engaged in, sponsored, concealed, or otherwise been complicit in foreign interference in a United States election;

    Thus, Trump just invoked the 2018 EO and sent an undeniable signal to Chris Miller at the DoD (as well as many other groups) that the Democrats, the treasonous media and the complicit Big Tech giants have all engaged in concealing, advocating or supporting “foreign interference” in the U.S. election.”

    “Consider that as I list all the evidence that Trump’s attorneys and DoD “white hat” team members now possess, much of which will surely be presented to SCOTUS, most likely by Sidney Powell, once one of her cases reaches that level of the judicial system:

    CIA director Gina Haspel admitting to election interference in a full confession which has now been acquired. (This is covered in the Dec. 3rd Situation Update podcast, above.)
    Dominion executives confessing to engineering backdoors into the systems, which has also been acquired.
    Packet analysis results from “white hats” who intercepted all the real-time vote rigging traffic, which includes the specific instructions from CIA servers to add the hundreds of thousands of votes in real time to Dominion tabulation machines in swing states. This is now publicly confirmed by Col. Phil Waldron.
    Log files and software evidence from the seized CIA servers in Frankfurt, which provides physical and intellectual proof that the CIA inserted hundreds of thousands of votes into the Dominion tabulation machines.”

  40. Angie says:

    I loved this from the MI hearing. Glad someone Thug Life’s it.

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    Oh Boy!


    CNN Host Fareed Zakaria and an adviser to Joe Biden’s 2020 presidential campaign attended the recent Understanding China Conference, which counted Chinese Communist Party leader Xi Jinping and high-level apparatchiks in attendance.

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  46. elliesmom says:

    For those of you who are keeping close tabs on developments surrounding the cootie flu, the New York Times has a questionnaire (just a couple of non-intrusive questions) that will tell you where your place in line is to get the cootie vaccine under the current guidelines. If 约瑟夫 Xiden becomes POTUS, that might change. It’s not behind a paywall. You put in your age, what county you live in, what you do for a living, and answer yes or no as to whether you have any comorbidities. They don’t ask what they are. For Providence County I’m somewhere near the middle of the line. Realistically, I’ll be near the end, but that will be out of choice.

    • lyn5 says:

      Based on your risk profile, we believe you’re in line behind 268.7 million people across the United States.

      When it comes to Oregon, we think you’re behind 3.3 million others who are at higher risk in your state.

      And in Klamath County, you’re behind 53,000 others.

      • lyn5 says:

        If I said yes to having a covid-related health risk:

        Based on your risk profile, we believe you’re in line behind 23.0 million people across the United States.

        When it comes to Oregon, we think you’re behind 265,000 others who are at higher risk in your state.

        And in Klamath County, you’re behind 3,300 others.

    • Somebody says:

      You have to give them your email address or sign in via Facebook, etc.

      • lyn5 says:

        I didn’t. I answered the questions.

      • elliesmom says:

        I didn’t do either of those things. Nothing that revealed who I am. Just answered the questions. I even answered the questions differently a couple of times to see how the different answers affected where I stood in the line,

    • taw46 says:

      Based on your risk profile, we believe you’re in line behind 118.5 million people across the United States.

      When it comes to Florida, we think you’re behind 8.1 million others who are at higher risk in your state.

      And in Monroe County, you’re behind 28,300 others.

      • taw46 says:

        I did the same as you Lyn, this is what it would be if I had a covid-related health risk.

        Based on your risk profile, we believe you’re in line behind 23.0 million people across the United States.

        When it comes to Florida, we think you’re behind 1.5 million others who are at higher risk in your state.

        And in Monroe County, you’re behind 4,400 others.

    • Anthony says:

      Based on your risk profile, we believe you’re in line behind 118.5 million people across the United States.

      When it comes to New York, we think you’re behind 7.1 million others who are at higher risk in your state.

      And in New York County, you’re behind 616,000 others.

    • lateblum says:

      How are any of you getting those responses? I have responded to the questions twice now and it thanks me and directs me to close the window.

  47. DeniseVB says:

    Nothing to see here, move along………….

    • lyn5 says:

      • lyn5 says:

        John A. King @JohnAndrew_King
        *This was before they were told to leave.

        President-Elect Todd Templeman @toddtempleman
        The beauty of this video is it will cascade. We’ve been waiting for the first real domino, and maybe that was all those witnesses combined…but that kept feeling like preamble. GOP poll watchers were systematically targeted in all key counties in the US. Hold onto your hats.

  48. Angie says:

  49. lyn5 says:

  50. lyn5 says:

  51. Dora says:

    The Trump team has obtained a Dominion voting machine in Georgia. The machine shows votes were moved from President Trump to Joe Biden.

  52. lateblum says:

    Somewhat OT,

    Writing about the reaction, Rod Dreher comments, “It is now OK to hate Deplorables again, and maybe even mandatory.” He adds, “I think the ‘privilege’ discourse among middle-class, educated, white liberals is mostly about rearranging prejudices to make lower-class white people deserving of the scorn of the uppers.” . . .

    “The old Southern Democrats maintained the allegiance of poor whites by making sure those poor whites felt they could look down on blacks. The modern Democratic Party maintains the allegiance of ­upper-middle-class whites by making sure they can look down on lower-class whites. By ­humanizing those lower-class whites, Netflix’s “Hillbilly Elegy” calls the whole enterprise into question.”

  53. lateblum says:

    Since AOC decided that capitalism was going to finance her assault on capitalism, the Daily Wire has joined in to offer its own brand of merch.

  54. helenk3 says:

  55. Dora says:

  56. DandyTIger says:

    Post forwarded on FB. Nailed it.

    A close female relative and I had a conversation recently. She was making conciliatory verbal gestures, in effect, saying that if everyone who supported Trump admits he lost, agrees they were wrong, and that Trump was evil, we can all move on amicably.

    I responded, very calmly and dispassionately, which I was able to do because I was expecting this conversation, more or less as follows.

    Using game theory, it has been determined that the proper way to respond to defection from optimal behavior between two parties, is to match any bad behavior by equal retaliation. Acquiescing in bad behavior without consequences simply gets you more of it.

    So, the only rational rational response for Trump supporters, after the last four years is to respond to Biden exactly as Trump was treated:


    First, no one who voted for or supports Trump will recognized Biden as legitimate. Second, everyone who voted for Trump will believe and continue to proclaim that the election was stolen, in this case with far more factual basis. Third, Biden will not be given any deference or respect due to his office, but will be given only contempt and profane disrespect. Fourth, there will be no prospect of cooperation but only opposition, in every lawful way, to everything he says, does, or proposes, all day, every day, until he is gone.

    At some future date reconciliation may be possible. But not until the last four years has been repaid in full.

    And the foregoing is on the presumption that Biden will be sworn in as President, which he should not be, and which may not happen.

  57. lyn5 says:

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  58. foxyladi14 says:

    Saturday, December 5, 2020
    Doors open at 3:00 PM EST
    Event starts at 7:00 PM EST
    Valdosta Regional Airport
    2626 Madison Highway
    Valdosta, GA 31601

  59. foxyladi14 says:

    Well,that explains it! 😯

  60. foxyladi14 says:

    Why they win. 👿

    • jentx says:

      No. They win because we ENABLE them by laying down and spreading our legs and asking for more please, more. TIME TO STOP talking and start acting. UP. Now.

  61. ginainmo says:

    I was watching Fox on Nov. 3rd and watched in real time as the Paul Ryan faction publically came out as just another MSM misinformation source.

    I haven’t watched Fox since. Actions have consequences. I miss a few Fox on-air commentators, especially Greg Gutfield and Jesse Watters. Maybe they will eventually pop up on another channel, I’d gladly watch them elsewhere.

    I don’t have access to OAN on teevee, so I’m watching NewsMax. I’m enjoying Michelle Malkin, Grant Stitchfield, Greg Kelly and Chris Salcedo.

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