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Trump now soliciting foreign sympathies at G20 conference.  First step to going out like Charles I?

https://www.theguardian.com/world/2020/nov/21/trump-tells-g20-leaders-he-wants-to-work-with-them-for-a-long-time

Maybe Prince Mohammed bin Salman can give advice on becoming a murderous theocrat.

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6 minutes ago, David Andrews said:

Trump now soliciting foreign sympathies at G20 conference.  First step to going out like Charles I?

https://www.theguardian.com/world/2020/nov/21/trump-tells-g20-leaders-he-wants-to-work-with-them-for-a-long-time

Maybe Prince Mohammed bin Salman can give advice on becoming a murderous theocrat.

Or maybe Biden can convince Prince Mohammed Bin Salaami to invite Trump to the Saudi Embassy in Istanbul for an impromptu buzz cut... 🤥

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3 hours ago, Jim Harwood said:

Wasnt Pelosi and her fellow San Fran Dem travelers supporters of the Reverend Jim Jones? Wasnt Jones the leading vote getter for the Carter/Mondale ticket? And speaking of Jimmy Carter did we ever have a President that presided over more serial killers and satanic cults ? 1. Jim Jones 2. Son of Sam 3. John Wayne Gacy 4. The Atlanta Child Murders . Are there more that I have listed? He was also alleged to have planned to meet with Robert Vesco. The lesson here is "don't throw kool aid as it might hit you and stain your freshly washed white shirt"

Your use of Carter, Pelosi, and an odd assortment of serial killers as straw men is an excellent example of a technique that one can use to deflect attention from the point being made. Bravo.

To put it simply: Donald Trump is the leader of a very dangerous cult of personality. Trump imagines himself as a "Great Leader" in the mold of North Korean dictator Kim Jong-un. Trump has expressed admiration and respect for a man who has executed members of his government with anti-aircraft weapons. I'm sure that Trump is envious of Kim Jong-un's ability to literally obliterate anyone who is even suspected of disloyalty. Trump has declared that he "fell in love" with his North Korean counterpart after the two exchanged "beautiful letters". To hear the caller in the video that I posted tearfully express his willingness to die for his president is absolutely horrifying. And he is not alone in his fanatical commitment to his idol. 

 

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Cliff said:   I think all you right-wingers need to stop voting.  It’s all rigged anyway, right?

Cliff's right, To stop  voting does sound like a pretty good idea, for all the good voting could do you.

Next time, Try to stop voting and just stir a bunch of sh-t after the election.....

Eh,.... maybe that's not such a good idea, our Deep State would then splatter you as  snail beneath the giant foot of Paul Bunyan.

Come to think of it. Either way you look at it, you're f-------d!

But at least we could claim  a bigger margin.🙂

 

 


 

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10 hours ago, Robert Burrows said:

This is a good example of a real case of Trump Derangement Sydrome. This poor man sounds as insane as a member of Jim Jones's Peoples Temple. Kool-aid anyone?

 

This is the kind of emotion inspired in the Confederacy after the Civil War, when all the poor Southern whites who fought the war but never owned slaves lost it over the fall of the slaveholder class, realizing that now they themselves could never own slaves.

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Thank You Robert B. for sharing with us this Rush Limbaugh segment where Rush is trying to comfort a decimated Trump follower, and bringing this problem to our attention. It appears the caller has progressed a little further than some of the people on this forum ad is now in the "grieving" phase. Perhaps Mitch Mc Connell  would reconsider a stimulus if we could establish 4200 "Grieving Centers" for Trump supporters throughout the nation. It would be a kind gesture that might take the edge off the transfer of power.

Unfortunately it doesn't appear the President himself  is handling this well at all!

 

 

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But throughout the nation,there are hundreds of such incidents, All the victims handle it psychologically in different ways.

 

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Is it unreasonable to speculate that Donald Trump, who has displayed a deep seated racial animus since at least the 1980s, and who has surrounded himself with a group of like minded sycophants, including the despicable Stephen Miller, is allowing the Covid-19 pandemic to continue to expand exponentially, and is guaranteeing that thousands of more people will die unnecessary by refusing to cooperate with Biden's transition team, because Black, Indigenous and Latino Americans all have a COVID-19 death rate of triple or more White Americans, who experience the lowest age-adjusted rates?*

The man who Donald Trump has repeatedly heaped praise on, Kim Jong-un, has used famine as a weapon. Is it conceivable that Donald Trump is using the pandemic as a weapon against the people who he views as less than human?

 

*https://www.apmresearchlab.org/covid/deaths-by-race

 

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4 minutes ago, Robert Burrows said:

The man who Donald Trump has repeatedly heaped praise on, Kim Jong-un, has used famine as a weapon. Is it conceivable that Donald Trump is using the pandemic as a weapon against the people who he views as less than human?

Is that why The Deep State installed him the first place?

He’s a eugenicist “cull the human herd” wet dream.

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2 hours ago, Robert Burrows said:

Your use of Carter, Pelosi, and an odd assortment of serial killers as straw men is an excellent example of a technique that one can use to deflect attention from the point being made. Bravo.

To put it simply: Donald Trump is the leader of a very dangerous cult of personality. Trump imagines himself as a "Great Leader" in the mold of North Korean dictator Kim Jong-un. Trump has expressed admiration and respect for a man who has executed members of his government with anti-aircraft weapons. I'm sure that Trump is envious of Kim Jong-un's ability to literally obliterate anyone who is even suspected of disloyalty. Trump has declared that he "fell in love" with his North Korean counterpart after the two exchanged "beautiful letters". To hear the caller in the video that I posted tearfully express his willingness to die for his president is absolutely horrifying. And he is not alone in his fanatical commitment to his idol. 

 

How is it a straw man? I dont think you know the facts. Pelosi and company from San Francisco in the late 1970's were all supporters of the Reverend Jim Jones. Jones had been the leading vote getter for th Carter and Mondale Democratic ticket in 1976.  You seem to be totally unaware of what you're talking about but what else is new. 

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9 hours ago, Robert Wheeler said:

It's not classified. It has never been; for any election, ever.

You are so far behind.

You need to ponder some more.

Yes it has, and always has been.

What site can I download the file that shows me what candidate Robert Wheeler voted for in every election?

You keep dodging all my questions while trying to make zingers that don't stick. Maybe you could address the points instead of constantly deflecting.

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22 minutes ago, Cliff Varnell said:

Is that why The Deep State installed him the first place?

He’s a eugenicist “cull the human herd” wet dream.

Oh no Trump is now a eugenicist? Please tell me Cliff who is it exactly that pushed the Green Agenda; it wasnt  President Trump.  In fact Trump got out of the Paris Climate Accords.

https://www.whitehouse.gov/briefings-statements/statement-president-trump-paris-climate-accord/

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46 minutes ago, Kirk Gallaway said:

Thank You Robert B. for sharing with us this Rush Limbaugh segment where Rush is trying to comfort a decimated Trump follower, and bringing this problem to our attention. It appears the caller has progressed a little further than some of the people on this forum ad is now in the "grieving" phase. Perhaps Mitch Mc Connell  would reconsider a stimulus if we could establish 4200 "Grieving Centers" for Trump supporters throughout the nation. It would be a kind gesture that might take the edge off the transfer of power.

Unfortunately it doesn't appear the President himself  is handling this well at all!

 

 

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But throughout the nation,there are hundreds of such incidents, All the victims handle it psychologically in different ways.

 

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"THIS IS THE ZODIAC SPEAKING"

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1 minute ago, Jim Harwood said:

Oh no Trump is now a eugenicist?

He’s done everything he can to make Covid worse, killing higher numbers of the elderly, Blacks and Hispanics.

Eugenicist wet dream.

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1 minute ago, Cliff Varnell said:

He’s done everything he can to make Covid worse, killing higher numbers of the elderly, Blacks and Hispanics.

Eugenicist wet dream.

I just posted a late news story from Houston press that the first 5,000 hits of anti covid19 has arrived in Texas. Better catch up Cliff old boy. 

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