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    Quote Originally Posted by Kirkland Laing View Post
    There hasn't been a single piece of evidence produced to back up any claims of voter fraud. That's because none exists.

    You seem determined to avoid talking about Trump's historic arse kicking in the midterms. The Democrats control the House now. They now have subpoena power and are going to spend the next two years investigating him. He's not going to enjoy watching cable news for the next two years.

    Oh really?




    Oh REALLY? Kirk? You're THAT naive? OK then.



    Oh no, the House of Representatives is going to not focus on working for their constituents they're going to focus on trying to get at Trump....gee whatever will Trump do with a made to order punching bag like that?


    How about the Senate? Did the Democrats take the Senate? Oh wait, you, like Beanz before you aren't going to answer any questions, that's ok honey, you just keep on chirping
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    There's no election fraud at all...
    There's no election fraud at all...
    There's no election fraud at all...

    Democrats planned to use altered forms to fix mail ballots across Florida after deadline
    https://www.naplesnews.com/story/new...ts/2009178002/


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    First Andrew Cuomo grabs the ankles and lets Amazon fuck New York, then he says "Well if we didn't they'd have gone to Texas because of their low taxes"...because of their what in the who now Mr. Liberal Democrat?!?!?!


    And now this...


    Amazon deal will disrupt plans for affordable housing on Long Island City sites
    https://www.politico.com/states/new-...y-sites-700784


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    Drunk man shouts 'Heil Hitler, Heil Trump,' does Nazi salute during Baltimore performance of 'Fiddler on the Roof'
    https://www.baltimoresun.com/news/ma...114-story.html


    SEE Drumpf is a total anti-semite and just like Hitler!!!!!



    A man shouting “Heil Hitler, Heil Trump” during a performance of “Fiddler on the Roof” in Baltimore smelled of alcohol and told police he was motivated by his hatred of President Donald Trump.


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    The Tolerant Left and Horrible Right






    Kirkland? Thoughts? Comments? Got any snappy chants for the protesters?
    Last edited by El Kabong; 11-17-2018 at 03:22 PM.
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    There is something Trump did when he got elected.
    Most overlooked in every fact.
    He tweeted Merry Christmas, this was verbotten in every company forced to say happy holidays, for years.
    Middle America will never forget.
    What did Obama do ruin health care for millions of taxpayers.

    Not saying Trump is Jesus, but if I was American I wouldn't vote anyone else.

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    Quote Originally Posted by boyla View Post
    There is something Trump did when he got elected.
    Most overlooked in every fact.
    He tweeted Merry Christmas, this was verbotten in every company forced to say happy holidays, for years.
    Middle America will never forget.
    What did Obama do ruin health care for millions of taxpayers.

    Not saying Trump is Jesus, but if I was American I wouldn't vote anyone else.
    Thanks for sharing. Whereabouts are you from?
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    Quote Originally Posted by walrus View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by Kirkland Laing View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by El Kabong View Post
    As for your "Voter fraud?!?!?! Why I do declare there's no such thing"


    Mixing regular ballots and provisional ballots ain't kosher and Brenda Snipes did EXACTLY that. But you go ahead on and deny and deflect Kirkland. Go ahead and believe that in Arizona that Maricopa County voted hard R for Governor and hard D for Senator because that happens all the time.



    If you think the Republican Party is racist then where are you on people calling Black Republicans "Uncle Toms" or "Race Traitors" I take it from your stance on the Republicans that you're apt to believe the very same which would of course make you yourself a racist.
    There hasn't been a single piece of evidence produced to back up any claims of voter fraud. That's because none exists.

    You seem determined to avoid talking about Trump's historic arse kicking in the midterms. The Democrats control the House now. They now have subpoena power and are going to spend the next two years investigating him. He's not going to enjoy watching cable news for the next two years.
    Dude, what is the “historic ass kicking” he did better than obama and Clinton. Do u know what you are talking about? He gained in the senate. The Dems are going to waste so much time investigating him in the house people will be pissed off and they will pay for it in 2020
    Both of them had midterms in the middle of recessions, in Obama's case at the end of the biggest economic meltdown since the Depression. Despite inheriting an economic expansion and low unemployment, steady job creation and so on Trump lost the popular vote by a margin of over seven points, even bigger than the 1994 wave election that we were told changed politics in America. People really don't like him. If the economy goes south or stutters over the next two years, and it's very likely to do so, things will be even worse for Trump in 2020.

    Nobody apart from Trump voters is going to be pissed off that proper congressional oversight of the executive branch is being carried out. If the Democrats go nuts and have, say, eight investigations into some issue that Trump had nothing to do with and try and smear him with it like the Republicans did with Benghazi then I'll agree with you. But after eight investigations the Republicans still managed to win in 2016, didn't they.

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    Quote Originally Posted by El Kabong View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by Kirkland Laing View Post
    There hasn't been a single piece of evidence produced to back up any claims of voter fraud. That's because none exists.

    You seem determined to avoid talking about Trump's historic arse kicking in the midterms. The Democrats control the House now. They now have subpoena power and are going to spend the next two years investigating him. He's not going to enjoy watching cable news for the next two years.

    Oh really?




    Oh REALLY? Kirk? You're THAT naive? OK then.



    Oh no, the House of Representatives is going to not focus on working for their constituents they're going to focus on trying to get at Trump....gee whatever will Trump do with a made to order punching bag like that?


    How about the Senate? Did the Democrats take the Senate? Oh wait, you, like Beanz before you aren't going to answer any questions, that's ok honey, you just keep on chirping

    Once again there isn't a single proven case of actual documented voter fraud reported yet Lyle. Actual proven cases run at the rate of about one or two a year. I think there have been about forty since the turn of the century. Meanwhile millions of votes are suppressed. If the Georgia GOP hadn't purged one and a half million voters from the register and didn't have ten hour queues to vote in black precincts versus a few minutes in white precincts then the Georgia election wouldn't have even been close, likewise Florida. This election will be the same as previous ones, loads of claims of voter fraud and no actual proven claims at the end of it. Maybe one or two.

    Exactly how do illegal immigrants vote Lyle? Somebody at risk of being deported tries to vote? Under their own names,, how? How can you get hold of a ballot paper if you don't have any documentation? Can you show me any actual successful prosecutions of illegal immigrants who illegally voted?

    The Democrats faced the worst Senate map for them in over a hundred years. You realise not every Senate seat comes up every election, right? Only a third of Senate seats every tow years and in this case only six GOP seats were up, all in states that Trump won in 2016. The Democrats could have won the popular vote with an eight point margin and they would have won forty seats in the House and lost four seats in the Senate and that's almost exactly what happened.

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    Quote Originally Posted by boyla View Post
    There is something Trump did when he got elected.
    Most overlooked in every fact.
    He tweeted Merry Christmas, this was verbotten in every company forced to say happy holidays, for years.
    Middle America will never forget.
    What did Obama do ruin health care for millions of taxpayers.

    Not saying Trump is Jesus, but if I was American I wouldn't vote anyone else.
    People were banned from saying Merry Christmas before Trump took office?

    Obama secured healthcare for about thirty million Americans who previously didn't have it. The brilliant Trump healthcare plan, if it had passed, would have taken healthcare away from 25 million Americans.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kirkland Laing View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by boyla View Post
    There is something Trump did when he got elected.
    Most overlooked in every fact.
    He tweeted Merry Christmas, this was verbotten in every company forced to say happy holidays, for years.
    Middle America will never forget.
    What did Obama do ruin health care for millions of taxpayers.

    Not saying Trump is Jesus, but if I was American I wouldn't vote anyone else.
    People were banned from saying Merry Christmas before Trump took office?

    Obama secured healthcare for about thirty million Americans who previously didn't have it. The brilliant Trump healthcare plan, if it had passed, would have taken healthcare away from 25 million Americans.
    LOL "secured"....I believe you mean FORCED UPON THEM.


    If the 25 Million wanted the health INSURANCE (not care you fucking rube) they could willingly go out and buy it themselves because nobody was stopping them to start with.



    Awww, and you didn't speak about the rabid jackals trying to shut down Ben Shapiro's speech, did ya miss that part or you just chilling out away from that because it's a bad look and you KNOW it's a bad look?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Kirkland Laing View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by walrus View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by Kirkland Laing View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by El Kabong View Post
    As for your "Voter fraud?!?!?! Why I do declare there's no such thing"


    Mixing regular ballots and provisional ballots ain't kosher and Brenda Snipes did EXACTLY that. But you go ahead on and deny and deflect Kirkland. Go ahead and believe that in Arizona that Maricopa County voted hard R for Governor and hard D for Senator because that happens all the time.



    If you think the Republican Party is racist then where are you on people calling Black Republicans "Uncle Toms" or "Race Traitors" I take it from your stance on the Republicans that you're apt to believe the very same which would of course make you yourself a racist.
    There hasn't been a single piece of evidence produced to back up any claims of voter fraud. That's because none exists.

    You seem determined to avoid talking about Trump's historic arse kicking in the midterms. The Democrats control the House now. They now have subpoena power and are going to spend the next two years investigating him. He's not going to enjoy watching cable news for the next two years.
    Dude, what is the “historic ass kicking” he did better than obama and Clinton. Do u know what you are talking about? He gained in the senate. The Dems are going to waste so much time investigating him in the house people will be pissed off and they will pay for it in 2020
    Both of them had midterms in the middle of recessions, in Obama's case at the end of the biggest economic meltdown since the Depression. Despite inheriting an economic expansion and low unemployment, steady job creation and so on Trump lost the popular vote by a margin of over seven points, even bigger than the 1994 wave election that we were told changed politics in America. People really don't like him. If the economy goes south or stutters over the next two years, and it's very likely to do so, things will be even worse for Trump in 2020.

    Nobody apart from Trump voters is going to be pissed off that proper congressional oversight of the executive branch is being carried out. If the Democrats go nuts and have, say, eight investigations into some issue that Trump had nothing to do with and try and smear him with it like the Republicans did with Benghazi then I'll agree with you. But after eight investigations the Republicans still managed to win in 2016, didn't they.
    Nice Kirk but we don’t go by popular vote we go by electoral college. People are already annoyed with the Russia thing yes they will see the house just doing what Dems have been doing before trump even took office which is cry that it was an unfair and continue to attack the guy and it will blow up on them like the big piece of poopy u are. U are still forgetting the electoral college eh

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    White House ordered to restore CNN reporter Jim Acosta's access



    A judge in Washington DC has ordered the White House to return CNN reporter Jim Acosta's press pass after it was revoked by the US Secret Service.

    The judge's order says that the pass must be reinstated as a CNN lawsuit against Donald Trump continues.

    Mr Acosta's press pass was taken after he clashed with the president during a news conference earlier this month.

    The judge said the White House decision likely violated the journalist's right to due process and freedom of speech.

    Speaking outside the court, Mr Acosta praised the decision and told reporters "let's go back to work".

    White House spokeswoman Sarah Sanders said they would comply with the order, and would "also further develop rules and processes to ensure fair and orderly press conferences in the future".

    "There must be decorum at the White House," she added.

    The ruling forces the White House press office to temporarily return Mr Acosta's "hard pass", the credential that allows reporters easy access to the White House and other presidential events.

    Mr Acosta's lawyer called the ruling "a great day for the first amendment and journalism".

    Mr Acosta was barred from entering the White House a day after he had a heated exchange with President Trump during a news conference on 8 November.

    A White House intern tried to take the microphone from Mr Acosta as he attempted to ask the president a follow-up question.

    In a statement Mrs Sanders claimed that he had put "his hands on a young woman" during the exchange, during which Mr Trump called the reporter "a rude, terrible person".

    CNN sued to have Mr Acosta's pass restored, and their lawsuit was joined by other media groups, including conservative-leaning Fox News.

    With Jim Acosta sitting in the front row of the courtroom, the media won the opening round of what could be an extended legal battle.

    Judge Kelly said he was not ruling on the merits of this case, but that the White House did not provide sufficient justification for revoking Acosta's credentials.

    That shouldn't come as much of a shock, given that the administration's explanation for the move has shifted multiple times, from a tenuous allegation that the CNN reporter "placed his hands" on a White House intern to a more general assertion that he violated press conference decorum.

    What's left to be decided after further hearings and court filings - assuming the case proceeds - is how much power a president has in determining which reporters get to have, and keep, access to the White House.

    An administration has discretion to limit the number of passes it gives out, but the balancing of executive power and press rights gets trickier when government officials try to take media credentials away.



    Judge Timothy Kelly, who was appointed to the bench by Mr Trump last year, said Mr Acosta's constitutional rights outweighed the White House's right to have an orderly news conference, the Washington Post reported.

    He also criticised the Trump administration's decision, saying that the process was "so shrouded in mystery that the government could not tell me... who made the decision".

    He also called Mrs Sanders' statement claiming that Mr Acosta had inappropriately touched an intern "belated efforts [that] were hardly sufficient to satisfy due process".

    But in court documents, the White House argued that the decision was made in order to preserve White House decorum and it did not claim impropriety towards the intern.

    Judge Kelly added that the White House was required to restore his White House access, but is under no obligation to call on him during questions.

    A hearing on the case is scheduled for next week, but it is unclear if the White House will once again seek to strip Mr Acosta's access, or allow him to resume his work as CNN's chief White House correspondent.

    In a statement, CNN said: "We are gratified with this result and we look forward to a full resolution in the coming days.

    "Our sincere thanks to all who have supported not just CNN, but a free, strong and independent American press."

    Mrs Sanders said the judge "made clear that there is no absolute first amendment right to access the White House" and that her office planned to "temporarily reinstate the reporter's hard pass".

    Ben Wizner of the American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU) said that the White House's attempts to silence Mr Acosta had backfired.

    "The White House surely hoped that expelling a reporter would deter forceful questioning, but the court's ruling will have the opposite effect.

    "The freedom of the press is a bedrock principle, and our democracy is strengthened when journalists challenge our leaders rather than defer to them."

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    So a reporter has a constitutional right to sit in the White House? Who decides who a reporter is. Can I be one by simply saying so. I demand a seat in the White House.

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    Quote Originally Posted by El Kabong View Post
    First Andrew Cuomo grabs the ankles and lets Amazon fuck New York, then he says "Well if we didn't they'd have gone to Texas because of their low taxes"...because of their what in the who now Mr. Liberal Democrat?!?!?!


    And now this...


    Amazon deal will disrupt plans for affordable housing on Long Island City sites
    https://www.politico.com/states/new-...y-sites-700784


    WTF why does amazon need these sweetheart deals. They are one of the richest countries in the world.

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