The Left Is Now Blaming Trump For Biden

UPDATE:

The original tweet has been deleted. This is the part by Caitlin Flanagan I was reacting to:

We told ourselves a fable that Biden was competent because we were rightly desperate to free ourselves from Trump.

But what really matters is no more mean tweets. Amirite?

What really chaps my ass is the word “rightly.” What is it about Trump’s first term that these people hate so much, the peace or the prosperity?

If we were able to conversate calmly and rationally with people on the political Left I would suggest asking them to list their specific factual reasons for opposing Trump in 2016 and in 2020. In 2016 they could claim concerns about what Trump might do if he was elected. But in 2020 Trump had demonstrated that those concerns were groundless.

Ask a Leftist for a list of specific things that Trump has actually said or done that justify their hatred of our 45th POTUS and you are more likely to get a punch in the mouth than a straight answer. If you do get a straight answer it will be vague (“All the corruption!”) or a lie (“Russian collusion!”) The corruption accusations are especially hypocritical considering that Joe Biden was known as the “Senator from MBNA” before he became Obama’s veep.

There is another possibility as well – they will drop the R-word. They will claim Trump is a racist. According to the Left, Trump is an antisemite despite the fact that his daughter converted to Judaism and Trump has been more pro-Israel than any prior POTUS. They claim he hates black people despite the fact that blacks prospered more under Trump than ever before.

I won’t get into the ‘Rona Response or the Electoral Fraud and the Purloined Presidency because this post is already long enough. I’ll just close by saying that the bad things that are happening now or will happen in the next three years are the sole property of those people responsible for putting Joe Biden in the Oval Office.

You tedious TDS bitches know who you are and what you did. It’s on YOU. Own it.

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177 Responses to The Left Is Now Blaming Trump For Biden

  1. Myiq2xu says:

    • Somebody says:

      I think it’s OK for democrats to check their watches, the media is only outraged when a republican does it.

    • lateblum says:

      Maybe he was looking to see if it was time for his meds – or his pudding. There is no excuse for this behavior. I had heard on the news that 2 of the 13 families were against this display of hypocrisy by Biden. (I am speaking of the dignified transfer ceremony with Biden being present.)

    • Mothy67 says:

      Meh. He should have been aware of the gravity of the situation, but when I wore a watch I often looked at it without meaning to. Plus I doubt he can tell time.

    • Mt.Laurel says:

      He’s just trying to catch the latest tik tok (spelling?) postings on his iwatch.

      • votermom says:

        yeah, might be a smart watch telling him what to do

        • Mt.Laurel says:

          1. Do not smile or laugh. No smiles. Already desl8ng with camel on that front.
          2. Try sad 😞 people like sad 😔 and thoughtful .
          3. a tear 😢 would be great
          4. If you do not think you can manage sad or tears try a stare like you are trying to be stoic 😐.
          4. Or angry 😠 😡 . People think you should be upset at these types of services.
          5. Ok not working. We will settle For at least somewhat human.
          🤖 well close enough.

    • foxyladi14 says:

      Thanks for the great post Myiq.
      And it is wonderful to see you! ❤

    • Helen Kenney says:

      the two gold star fathers on Hannity just report that the sob checked watch every time a hero was taken off the plane. he did not check his watch one, he did it 13 times. how disrespectful and just plain shitty was that act?

  2. Somebody says:

    Some of them are delusional and STILL blame Trump for any and everything that goes wrong. My CA sister being one of those people🙄 Poor old Joe is completely bound by Trump’s decisions.

  3. Mothy67 says:

    I have limited my criticism of biden to — Hey at least no mean tweets.
    Absolute silence in response. I so want to rub it in, but I actually love my country and it makes me sad and fearful to see what these emotional voters are/have done to her. Hoping I have had tinfoil leak into my brain from my hat and I am completely delusional because I see nothing good on the horizon. I have a well educated affluent friend who believes Trump had an infant removed from her mother as she was breastfeeding. Probably some madcow story about a lactating mother having her child removed after she illegally crossed the border, but in my friend’s mind Trump himself pulled a suckling infant from a mother’s breast. Some of the most educated people I know lost their minds for four years and now I think are bordering on depression. See, they can’t be wrong. They’re smart.

  4. lyn5 says:

    Yeah, morons voted for a moron.

  5. Mothy67 says:

    I got my first response from my McCongressman concerning Afghanistan. He has never responded in the past becuse he didn’t need my vote. The rethugs here don’t ever put up any fight. They gotta be scared cause I do not matter. Email was an insult. He explained stuff to me. I went back at him with a few hard statistics. Doubt he will reply. I salivate at the thought of working against him. Even if he wins forcing him to actually have to do something will be a little satisfying. He might have to campaign, speak to constituents.

  6. 1539days says:

    This is the opportunity to get rid of the “electable” Democrats and install the Democrat that even Democrats didn’t want in office. This is probably what would have happened to Hillary if Obama didn’t beat her in the primaries.

  7. elliesmom says:

    To get perspective on this you need to understand the median IQ in the US is around 100. That means half the people have an IQ over 100 and half are below. I’m in a position to know what a person with an IQ of 100 looks like, and all of the regulars here are in the above group. IQ doesn’t measure how much you know. It tests reasoning skills like the ability to recognize patterns and find logical fallacies. Someone lacking those abilities is called a “concrete” thinker, and someone who can do those things is called an “analytical” one. Many concrete thinkers do very well in school as long as no analytical thinking is involved. The break point where people’s brains start to make the leap to analytical thinking, if they’re going to, and many never do, usually starts at around 13 years old. That’s one of the reasons I loved teaching 8th grade. I used to put a question or two on a test that required analytical thinking so I could see which kids were making the leap. Many parents got upset with me because they claimed I put things on tests I hadn’t taught the kids, but they had been taught everything they needed to answer the question if they analyzed it. The parents who screamed were concrete thinkers themselves.

    What does this have to do with Trump Derangement Syndrome? Well, you need to recognize at least half the population doesn’t see it makes no sense to be someone who raged a year ago about not being willing to take a vaccine created under the Trump administration and to now rage against people who won’t with equal ferocity now that Biden is POTUS. Nothing else has changed. It’s the identical vaccine. When you can see such a simple logical fallacy yourself, its hard to believe people can be “so stupid” they can’t. But they really can’t. They weren’t capable of thinking through why choosing Biden based on his past history might be a worse choice than sticking with Trump. People they trusted told them Trump was evil, and that was good enough. Going through Biden’s past and finding corruption and his racism requires the ability to recognize patterns of behavior.

    A lot of truly nice people who function quite well as long as you set your expectations for their cognitive abilities in the right place have low IQs. The next “break” comes at 120. There are some people with limited analytical skills who fall in the 100-120 range. Most successful politicians clock in around 120-125. Entrance to MENSA requires an IQ of 150. Although Einstein never took an IQ test, it’s estimated his IQ was 160-170. But the bottom line is half the population is doing the very best they can when presented with the need to make important decisions. Like who to vote for. Many of the rest have no excuse, though.

    • Constance says:

      That was very enlightening. I never stopped to think about a lot of that. But I still find the educated idiots that Universities crank out to be a special, inflexible kind of dumb. They seem to eagerly line up to have someone tell them what to think and then memorize the talking points and mindlessly regurgitate them with such glee.

      It took me until I was 50 to figure out if there is something you need from a person and they don’t give it to you (this is relative to my Mom being an alcoholic) it probably is because they do not possess that quality that you need. It is not because they give that quality to everyone but you. For whatever reason their life is void of that needed quality, they will never develop it, that’s all there is. It just makes me so sad and frustrated that this is the case. I wish there was some way to teach concrete people to think, but the fact is they probably don’t miss that quality and are perfectly happy how they are.

    • foxyladi14 says:

      Thanks for the explanation, em ❤

    • lateblum says:

      Thanks, em. It explains so much.

    • John Denney says:

      Mensa requires a 150 IQ?

      Their page seems to say they require about 130, but different tests render different IQ numbers, & the highest number, Cattell, is 148. Did your just round up the 148 Cattell to 150?

      https://www.us.mensa.org/join/testscores/qualifying-test-scores/

    • John Denney says:

      “half the people have an IQ over 100 and half are below.”

      Hence George Carlin’s quip that, “by definition, half the people in the country are below average intelligence!”

  8. Constance says:

    Thanks for reading the NYT Myiq so I don’t have to!

  9. elliesmom says:

    To get perspective on this you need to understand the median IQ in the US is around 100. That means half the people have an IQ over 100 and half are below. I’m in a position to know what a person with an IQ of 100 looks like, and all of the regulars here are in the above group. IQ doesn’t measure how much you know. It tests reasoning skills like the ability to recognize patterns and find logical fallacies. Someone lacking those abilities is called a “concrete” thinker, and someone who can do those things is called an “analytical” one. Many concrete thinkers do very well in school as long as no analytical thinking is involved. The break point where people’s brains start to make the leap to analytical thinking, if they’re going to, and many never do, usually starts at around 13 years old. That’s one of the reasons I loved teaching 8th grade. I used to put a question or two on a test that required analytical thinking so I could see which kids were making the leap. Many parents gpt upset with me because they claimed I put things on tests I hadn’t taught the kids, but they had been taught everything they needed to answer the question if they analyzed it. The parents who screamed were concrete thinkers themselves.

    What does this have to do with Trump Derangement Syndrome? Well, you need to recognize at least half the population doesn’t see it makes no sense to be someone who raged a year ago about not being willing to take a vaccine created under the Trump administration and to now rage against people who won’t with equal ferocity now that Biden is POTUS. Nothing else has changed. It’s the identical vaccine. When you can see such a simple logical fallacy yourself, its hard to believe people can be “so stupid” they can’t. But they really can’t. They weren’t capable of thinking through why choosing Biden based on his past history might be a worse choice than sticking with Trump. People they trusted told them Trump was evil, and that was good enough. Going through Biden’s past and finding corruption and his racism requires the ability to recognize patterns of behavior.

    A lot of truly nice people who function quite well as long as you set your expectations for their cognitive abilities in the right place have low IQs. The next “break” comes at 120. A lot of people with IQs around 120 think they’re a lot smarter than they are. Most successful politicians clock in around there. Entrance to MENSA requires an IQ of 150. Most real geniuses aren’t all that interested in joining. Although Einstein never an IQ test, it’s estimated his IQ was 160-170. But the bottom line is half the population is doing the very best they can when presented with the need to make important decisions. Like who to vote for.

    • Mothy67 says:

      Humor?

      • elliesmom says:

        No, deadly serious.

        • Mothy67 says:

          I was actually wondering if you saw a correlation between intelligence and humor at that age. I was half watching Nine Perfect Strangers.
          Not sure what I think of it. Melissa McCarthy is very good, but it is yet another Nicole Kidman vehicle based on a book brought to you by David E. Kelley.

          • elliesmom says:

            It depends on what you mean by “humor”. All of the kids are past the knock-knock joke stage. Most of them don’t appreciate a good pun yet. “Potty humor” is more popular with the boys than the girls. Someone farting in class can get the boys rolling on the ground and disgust the girls. A movie like “Bridesmaids”, which was off limits to them when it played at the local theater, was a cause for a movie night when it hit streaming for the boys. Lots of puke. The girls were more into something like “Clueless”.

            While the kids may or may not have the thinking skills to enjoy more subtlety in their humor yet, they are often lacking in the life experiences they would need to know to know why something subtle is funny. It’s like with jokes involving sex. Most 13 year olds get sex jokes that are simplistic and based on biology, but most 13 year olds have not yet experienced it so a joke based on sexual nuance would go over their heads. Just as an aside- as someone who spent a few years in the company of men, there are wide differences in the jokes men tell each other and what they think women will find funny.

          • Mothy67 says:

            I think I was wandering about the ability to laugh at themselves. I have known all of brat’s friends since at least pre-k. I probably know each girl (there are 48) in class to some extent. I find those that can laugh at themselves are far less “mean girlish” and have stronger character. I don’t think school grades always reflect intelligence. One of pup’s friends just barely avoids summer school every year. Her parents have 5 kids she is the oldest. They both have degrees. Mother is a nurse ( loads of nurses in this town). They got degrees cause it’s what you do. There’s no emphasis on learning for the sake of learning. The lunch lady’s daughter is academically stellar, but it feels like she’s missing a part of life by always being serious. I have watched these girls for now 12 years and personalities have been consistent. The lunch lady’s kid is a screaming liberal at 16. The summer school dork is somewhat conservative. Shay is kinda in the middle.
            I think they are all intelligent, but I’d give she who cares not about failure the edge. As I said I was watching Melissa McCarthy not playing Bridesmaid and thinking about her comedic talent when she’s not rehashing same character.

          • elliesmom says:

            Laughing at your own foibles has little to do with intelligence. It’s based more on self-confidence. Some people with very little intelligence are quite comfortable in their own skin while some very smart people never feel they are very good at anything. Some people who poke fun at themselves are hoping to do it before someone else jumps in and does it for them.

            But about the lunch lady thing- my father-in-law was a research chemist for Olin Corp. He was a very smart man and very succcessful. My mother-in-law was a part-time waitress at Dunkin Donuts, but she was every bit as smart as he was. She just wasn’t high powered career oriented. She put her efforts into helping her husband be more successful. She didn’t work because she needed the money. She enjoyed her customers and liked to see they got a good start on their day. My father-in-law would have bought her a Dunkies of her own, but she wasn’t interested in managing a shop. She just wanted to pour the coffee. A lot of very smart women work in school cafeterias when they have kids. If there’s no school, they don’t have to go to work. What they may not make in pay, they save in childcare costs, and they get to spend a lot of time with their kids. It’s often a highly competitive job to get.

          • Myiq2xu says:

            You can be very smart and be a poor teacher. If you are like Good Will Hunting or Rainman when it comes to math how do you explain math to someone who doesn’t have your natural ability?

    • swanspirit says:

      All of the above. When I was learning human growth and development, they called it concrete vs. abstract thinking, but analytical works just as well. Precocious children can get to abstract/ analytical, early, but not too early, and some people never do. Most people get to some.kind of abstract thinking, but on a limited basis. It is amazing to watch children develop the ability to do abstract thinking. I also love when they can actually
      start separate thinking, from actions, and lose some of that impulsivity. Some people never do that, either.
      Then you also have the EQ, or the Emotion Quotient, which is a whole different ball game.

      Some people with very high IQs, get stuck at an immature emotional level, and despite their intelligence, cannot make decisions based on that intelligence. Their emotional immaturity cuts them off.
      Here is a link to an interesting chart, that compares the two.
      When I was working with abused children, we did notice, I would like to do more reading and n regard to this, that children’s developmental ability to function emotionally, was stuck, at the age at which the abuse occurred.

      https://www.diffen.com/difference/EQ_vs_IQ

    • Constance says:

      This reminds me of something my daughter experienced in her first engineering class. She said in the first week the prof went over concepts she had studied in high school and then there would be a quiz on Friday. There were 10 questions about stuff covered in class.and then a 5 point extra credit question that was a paragraph about Mr Spock on Valentines day, Spock was trying to get ready for his date, cut himself and was glad he was wearing a green shirt because he couldn’t see any stains on his shirt so he went on out to dinner with his love and he gave her a valentine card he had made. What color was the heart on his valentine? White, Black, Red or Green? Needless to say many in the class were outraged something like that was on the test. She did manage to come up with the answer.
      I didn’t realize the difference is concrete vs abstract thinker. I thought it was linear thinker vs global thinker. I get so frustrated with concrete thinkers.

      • lyn5 says:

        Spock’s blood is green because of copper.

        • Constance says:

          She read it a few times and thought it was random facts, was pressed for time and the only color mentioned in the narrative was green so she went with it. She wasn’t sure who Spock was and never realized that Valentine hearts are red because humans have red blood making their heart look red.

          Of course I know who Spock is but I always wondered why his blood was supposed to be green. Copper of course!

          • elliesmom says:

            Human blood is red because the oxygen we breathe binds to iron. Many animals’ circulatory systems use copper instead, but when copper binds to oxygen, the resulting blood is black. Star Trek got a lot of science wrong. There’s a whole book about it. 🙂 I had a series of lectures I gave to the kids on days they weren’t likely to get much out of class because of other distractions. The “science” missing from Star Trek was one. Another was Cartoon Physics. One of their favorites was the math and science behind Santa’s Christmas trip around the world. Did you know Dasher, Dancer, Prancer, Vixen, Comet, Cupid, Donner, and Blitzen are all does? Figuring out how fast Santa’s reindeer had to fly taking into account the rotational speed of the Earth was fun. Even for the non-nerds.

          • lyn5 says:

            We’re not worthy. 😉 Thanks for setting us straight. So black was the right answer, and the quiz giver got it wrong.

      • foxyladi14 says:

        ty sharing on fb. ;D

  10. jeffhas says:

    wow!

    The U.S. Marine relieved of his command for calling out his superiors over the disastrous Afghanistan withdrawal that led to the deaths of 13 service members said Sunday he was officially resigning.

    https://www.foxnews.com/us/stuart-scheller-marine-fired-criticizing-military-leaders-resigns

    • Mothy67 says:

      Not sure how I feel about his second video. I may agree with him and get his frustration, but I think he went too far with the second. He should have quit first. I know nothing as in zero about military law, but I bet he violated a whole bunch wit dat. Hopefully he consulted an attorney before dropping that.

    • Mothy67 says:

      Cohesiveness, respect for the chain of command, so many issues. He’s on social media venting (perhaps correctly) how does that look to the enemy or brothers in arms who depend on each other to get out alive? I feel like cheering him on, but tactics give me more than slight pause.

  11. Mothy67 says:

    My new hero. He does a cartwheel behind a newscaster acting like it’s the end of the world.
    https://twitchy.com/gregp-3534/2021/08/29/watch-a-guy-doing-a-cartwheel-video-bombed-jim-cantores-live-report-from-new-orleans/

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    • Anthony says:

      “Remain in Afghanistan” policy…. nice way to remind us that the Americans there were actually told to “shelter in place” by the State Dept. In those exact words. Apply the inevitable consequences to covid lockdowns. Does ‘shelter in place’ translate to ‘wait to die’?

    • foxyladi14 says:

      Mexico should stop them from coming in . The rule is they must stay in the first country they come to.

  19. DeniseVB says:

    My new favorite rebel rouser. O.M.Gee the first two minutes…….and the video still stands?

  20. Mothy67 says:

    I had several people tell me hunter’s laptop was not relevant. I argued that while a parent isn’t responsible for an adult child’s behavior, it’s another thing if they are enabling and utilizing. I argued that if he, as it seems from a distance, profiteered or was in anyway vulnerable because of huters shenanigans then it is wholly relevant. I got the you better hope shaypup doesn’t go through any rough times because I have no compassion??
    What? I argue biden can be blackmailed for smoking crack therefore I deserve to have the brat suffer.
    My point is I often look at parenting in decisions. It was relevant for me when I hired a general manager. I was giving over my baby. Felt understanding how a person related to her own family was important. I think how one raised and relates to child is highly significant when it comes to being president of the United States. Maybe I’m just silly.x

  21. Mothy67 says:

    Worth sharing with a kid who thinks wikipedia is unbiased
    https://gab.com/Wurzelroot/posts/106813324146168343

  22. Dora says:

    Good Morning.

    Yesterday while I was searching the TCM website. I noticed a movie that I had seen many years ago. I remembered it being pretty good.

    So last night Tom and I sat up watching ‘Goodbye Again’ with Ingrid Bergman and Anthony Perkins.

    It was as good as I remember and I enjoyed it.

    But I already regret sitting up that late. I sometimes forget that I’m not young any more. 🙂

  23. Helen Kenney says:

    I do not want to ever see another dem in any office again. Not even dog-catcher, remember they installed a president who bragged about eating dogs.
    today’s dems would sell out this country faster than Benedict Arnold. take a good look at the faces of today’s dems. most of them are anti-American . how many deaths have been caused by dems and their actions?

  24. Helen Kenney says:

    this fits this post

  25. Helen Kenney says:

    https://www.americanthinker.com/blog/2021/08/taliban_seeks_pallets_of_cash_in_exchange_for_extending_us_aug_31_evacuation_deadline.html

    let’s see millions of dollars of military equipment, already left a pallet of cash and now ransom

    thanks bid-on. How much will your family make out of this disgrace?

  26. Helen Kenney says:

  27. elliesmom says:

    Sound familiar?

  28. Dora says:

    Another Weather Report.

    ========

    Remnants Of Ida To Drench Long Island This Week

    A hazardous weather outlook has been issued for the island. We could see wet weather on three of the next four days

    https://patch.com/new-york/westhampton-hamptonbays/remnants-ida-drench-long-island

  29. elliesmom says:

    I’m glad I hung my laundry out yesterday. 🙂

  30. Mothy67 says:

    My congress critter responded to me for the first time over Afghanistan. I am always polite, but I make my voice heard on things that matter to me. I always check the would you like a response box. Not one time has he responded til now with a condescending missive explaining to me blah, blah, blah
    The young man who ran against him with almost zero support from the pathetic RINO’s here is Air National Guard. My sister’s FB says he was or is in Afghanistan. So fat ass who doesn’t do shit, but sound off on an informed constituent backs biden 100% while this young multi-racial man is putting his life on the line?

  31. lyn5 says:

  32. lyn5 says:

    Our hospital opened a second covid area. I think each area has eight patients.

    • lyn5 says:

      Biden, RINOs and Democrats also have allowed illegal covid-positives to enter America via our southern border.

    • lyn5 says:

      Important-News-We-Missed @readingyourlies

      Oregon Polulation 4.2 Million
      Total Covid Cases Since Start of Pandemic 268,000
      Total Deaths Since Start of Pandemic 3111

      Need for Refrigerated Trucks?

      Kinda pushing a story here @ABC rather than reality?

      Thomasg2626 @thomasg2626

      Welcome to the fake news You only just noticed?

      Important-News-We-Missed @readingyourlies

      Not 1%. Not 0.5%

      0.07% death rate per state population total in 18 months.

      Without googling it, I suspect there is more chance of drowning on any given day. We should mandate life preservers be worn at all times, including indoors and while sleeping.

      @ABC ????? HELLO?
      11:40 PM · Aug 28, 2021·Twitter for

    • lyn5 says:

      By Taxpayers Association of Oregon
      OregonWatchdog.com

      Oregon this month has been breaking back-to-back records for daily cases of COVID-19.

      Here are some reasons why this is happening now.

      https://oregoncatalyst.com/55006-oregon-breaks-case-record-entire-pandemic.html

  33. lyn5 says:

    short thread

  34. Helen Kenney says:

    https://canadafreepress.com/article/is-bidens-debacle-epic-incompetence-or-calculated-intent

    it is pretty bad when you have to wonder about your own government

    • lyn5 says:

      anyah34 @anyah34 Replying to @ggreenwald

      Afghanistan war financially bankrupted United States over the past twenty years. Absolutely devastated middle and bottom class citizens. We are witnessing consequences of that today.
      9:15 AM · Aug 30, 2021

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  38. Helen Kenney says:

    https://nypost.com/2021/08/29/the-fatal-failure-of-gen-mark-a-milley/?utm_campaign=iphone_nyp&utm_source=twitter_app

    while he worried about white rage,he failed at his military job. either a court marshal or a resignation is due now

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  40. Mothy67 says:

    Today there is another alarming headline
    https://www.msn.com/en-us/health/medical/covid-19-in-pittsburgh-allegheny-county-reports-945-new-cases-in-72-hours/ar-AANU3hu?ocid=BingNewsSearch

    945 cases in 72 hours, ONE death. No data on the death. You betcha if it was a healthy robust person it would be the top story. Dims control the machine here. They used to report daily now it’s every two or three days. news dropped all the tragic figures to keep everyone scared. 935 sounds high if you are the prime minister of New Zealand. I live in a suburb but I have a Pittsburgh zipcode. It’s far from wealthy. Kind of like Brooklyn before hipsters. So so so so many nurses and healthcare workers. My mom’s a nurse, half of Shay’s friends mom’s are nurses. Quite a few dads are nurses. It’s a two parent working place. I’d assume average income if you remove section 8 is 150k. Real estate is cheap here.
    No one is cowering in fear. Two cases that I am adjacent only one very close- both fully recovered nurses. I spent ten days on a detox floor in the hospital at the epicenter here. I know others have different experience and I keep reading about shock jocks who are all dying from Covid. Everyday if you peruse DailyMail there is a story about an anti-vaccer who died. Every three days with NY Post. I am not able to process without a lobotomy that nearly every vociferous talk radio guy( always dudes) die. Not get sick, but die from the covid which they denied. Yet somehow we have not lost a single congress critter? People who do more traveling than average. Come on man.

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  42. Mothy67 says:

    WTF
    biden doing a radio call in show from Ida areas. What is this abortion? How do you spell pathetic?

    • Helen Kenney says:

      how the hell did we ever come to this for a president of the USA It is beyond pathetic, it is criminal

      • Mothy67 says:

        Did you catch it? I only watched for a few minutes. What was that. I’d have struggled to watch a little more, but I spent 15000 on my teeth. The bile from throwing up listening to that shit would have eaten my fake enamel. It was so gross!!!!! Call me if you need me. GAG! Tell that to the 13 dead you put in peril you dog face pony soldier.

  43. lyn5 says:

    Corrupt bastards …

    • lyn5 says:

      Shit Stain spied on Trump and gave him the first non-peaceful transfer of power in U.S. history.

      • lateblum says:

        And now, thanks to Obama, Biden has just given us the first utterly dishonorable withdrawal of troops from any zone – war or otherwise.

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  45. Helen Kenney says:

    question for Dandy Tiger
    can a ham radio interfere with cell phone service ? several months ago my phone started shuting down in the middle of a conversation, or people would tell me they called me but my phone did not ring. I got a new phone as I thought that was the problem, then the same thing happened with the new phone. I got disgusted and just got a landline installed . Other neighbors tell me they have the same problem cell phones only work in a few rooms. Today I found out that one neighbor in the building has a ham radio. before I say anything, I would like to know if it could cause a problem

    • DandyTIger says:

      Short answer is no. Ham is analog and cell is digital, and are different frequencies involved. More likely is bad cell reception. A good test to be sure is to talk to the ham person and ask them when they tend to have ham conversations (only transmission could ever be an issue, so them listening isn’t anything). Most ham operators have some smallish range of time where they’re on and talking. Then see if you have issues at other times. Ham operators, if you don’t start by accusing them, will be very friendly and explain the details of interference. Let them know you understand it’s very unlikely from when their talking, but you’d love to test the to be sure.

  46. lyn5 says:

    Wonder if it’s a nervous tic.

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  48. Helen Kenney says:

    https://notthebee.com/article/this-teacher-took-her-classrooms-american-flag-down-because-it-made-her-uncomfortable-and-now-she-wants-her-kids-to-pledge-allegia

    no wonder our kids are getting so screwed up and taught not to respect this country
    why does she still have a job?

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    • 1539days says:

      Israel was basically the earliest country to get most of the population vaccinated. Due to the fading immunity from the vaxx, they have now declared that “fully vaccinated” now means three shots.

      Never-ending jabs.

  50. Dora says:

    General Reportedly Cancels Troop Evacuation, Demands Soldiers ‘Clean The Base For The Taliban’ Before Leaving

    “We didn’t even get rooms to stay in like a lot of the other units. We slept in a gym, then had to clean the gym. We picked up water bottles and mre trash and s**t paper.”

    https://nationalfile.com/general-reportedly-cancels-troop-evacuation-demands-soldiers-clean-the-base-for-the-taliban-before-leaving/

    • Constance says:

      They are very stupid women. And we all see them sitting on their asses and not caring that women and girls are being subjected to Sharia law. Where are you and your pussy hats now bitches?

  51. Helen Kenney says:

    of all days to have that idiot geraldo on the five. I almost threw something at the tv.what a complete ass

    • lateblum says:

      I was yelling at him and then I decided he is an ass and I needn’t be bothered.But oh, does he make my blood boil. Also, whenever anything happens, he brings up his daughter in Paris when the nightclub was targeted. Just as Biden brings up either his wife and daughter’s deaths or Beau’s death. Both are complete opportunists. And assholes.

      • 1539days says:

        Here’s a handy checklist:
        Geraldo
        1. Drugged and raped women.
        2. Gave away troop locations to the Taliban.
        3. Was a laughingstock in the 80’s because of his talk show.
        4. Continued to be a laughingstock because of Al Capone’s “vault.”
        5. Quit a popular show on CNBC so he could be a correspondent on Fox, where he gave away troop locations to the Taliban.

  52. lyn5 says:

    h/t Angie who must be safe

    • lyn5 says:

      • 1539days says:

        This is a result of the dead soldier bias in the news. The American soldiers killed were a big part of the news over the weekend, the American citizens killed were not, mostly because they are hard to identify. I suspect the Biden shitshow wants to say “no more soldiers killed” and then call all the Americans left over there mercenaries or defectors.

      • lateblum says:

        I wonder what we had to give away to the UN in order for them to approve this resolution.

  53. taw46 says:

    We left our American citizens and our military working dogs over there.

    • lateblum says:

      Thank you for posting this. RBPundit blocked me years ago because I suggested that one of his tweets was rude. I thought he would e been complimented given his “Rude Pundit” blog. Instead he blocked me. So, I’m always grateful when I get to read one of his tweets.

  54. lyn5 says:

    • taw46 says:

      There is more than one group of dogs. Hope they are able to get them all out with the people. 😢

      • taw46 says:

        I just can’t read anymore about this. Apparently a lot of these dogs and cats were pets, that people weren’t allowed to take with them on their flights out. They have been trying for a week to get them out and everything kept falling apart. They were released at the end to fend for themselves. 😢 There still is a question as to whether or not they will be able to get the military working dogs out.

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  56. Mothy67 says:

    Completely off topic and perhaps mentally ill on my part. I was talking with my homophobic mom (💓) mom about culture and politics. She said I loved Streisand at puberty. I did. By 20 I was over her. There was something daring and unique about her in 1979. I still love Evergreen. My favorite though was always Sroney End. Nyro written. I think the song with Bab”s vocals could be remixed into one hot beat. It’s a great song and her voice is inimitable.
    https://www.bing.com/videos/search?view=detail&mid=20E768444A77857C9AA920E768444A77857C9AA9&q=stoney end barbra streisand&shtp=GetUrl&shid=319b4313-6e52-4df8-90d6-02c67666d379&form=VDSHOT&shth=OVP.FMho9VPmJ6UY3_NOuQVECQHgFo

  57. Helen Kenney says:

    ever feel like you are in a time warp of history

    https://www.history.com/this-day-in-history/france-to-surrender

  58. lyn5 says:

    • lyn5 says:

      Deborah Holloway @DebHolloway Replying to @JRubinBlogger

      And how to explain how the media (largely) blamed the president who ended it, and not the one who started it, the one who enabled it, and the one who surrendered to the enemy, setting all the stage for the “chaos” of the final days.

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