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Democrats are all about inciting violence. They love it, as long as they can fool some useful idiot into carrying it out.

Looks like Der Fehrer is determined to keep his place as our third Dictator behind Clinton(Bill)and Obama and the M.S. Media comply with him and hide this from us

He said this to donors?
Some super-rich donors are just egotistical enough and rich enough to hire an attempt.
Of course, the biden crime family knows this.
I wonder how many of them were on the call, egging joe on?

Writing is on the wall, lots of leaks out of the White House. Private phone calls, aides that are afraid of old man rages. Cant tell Biden the truth about polls. Being treated like an idiot child by the Dr. The Dr. doing all his stumping while he naps.
Like Zelensky wont be much for her to negotiate with for much longer.

Remember how, on June 6th, 1944, Hitler’s generals were afraid to wake him up to get permission to deploy armor to the D-Day landings? Unhinged Robin Ware/Robert L. Peters/JRB Ware/Pedo Peter/idiot Biden flies into a rage whenever he is inconvenienced with unpleasant news. Same thing, same personality.

Dementia patients often are delusional, afraid males most likely to become violent or verbally abusive. Biden often goes into his get off my lawn mode.
It now takes both Jill and Hunter to control him.

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Marjorie Taylor Greene is an idiot.

Signers of the Declaration of Independence

Note that Jesus and Donald Trump weren’t signers, either, in case the question comes up on a test.

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The average lifespan of an American in 1776 was 35, meaning the average American’s life ended shortly after they became eligible to run for president.

That average includes very common infant and childhood deaths in addition early deaths of young women resulting from childbirth. If you survived childhood diseases and childbearing years, the prospects for living beyond 35 were much better. Old family gravesites in early cemeteries often show a male living into old age with markers for multiple wives and children who died at early ages.

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POLL: Donald Trump Jumps to Six Point Lead Over Joe Biden in Wisconsin

Democrats gonna need LOTS and LOTS of election fraud this time.

Trump tools may regret driving Biden out of the race.

07/03/24 – Michelle Obama could beat Trump in a landslide, new poll suggests

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Is michelle aka micheal obamas homosexual partner?

Now, wait a f**king minute; WHO is driving Robin Ware/Robert L. Peters/JRB Ware/Pedo Peter/idiot Biden out of the race? Certainly not Republicans (you simply can’t resist your instinctive urge to blame Republicans for what Democrats are doing, can you?). The only people driving corrupt, weak, incompetent, treasonous, pedophile Robin Ware/Robert L. Peters/JRB Ware/Pedo Peter/idiot Biden from the race are Democrats (which, of course, includes the Ministry of Propaganda, who serve the DNC) living in mortal fear that allowing him to keep “leading” their party is going to be a disaster… another in a long, long series of Robin Ware/Robert L. Peters/JRB Ware/Pedo Peter/idiot Biden disasters.

See Pelosi this morning? She says Robin Ware/Robert L. Peters/JRB Ware/Pedo Peter/idiot Biden should make up his mind and make his decision quickly. Wait… hasn’t he declared numerous times that he is in it to win it? He even declares that even if he loses, he’s not leaving. I guess what she means is, “Cmon, Joe. Make the decision we all WANT you to make, not the stupid one you’ve already made. Get the F**K OUT!”

Big Mike ain’t interested. She and Darth Obama prefer to be pulling strings from the shadows and pulling down millions of dollars over putting their name on any policies.

So, who ARE these Republicans demanding dumbass bail?

Exactly, keeping biden in the race will insure a historic landslide victory for President Trump. biden is dead man walking and the longer he stays in the race the more damage will be down down ticket for the democrat party.

No one is driving him from the race we want him to stay in! Only his own Party can remove him

f there’s an incoming nuclear missile after 8 pm, whom do you call.
Well played, Peter Doocy, do not back off Karine.

All of the efforts to stop President Trump have failed. The left has one more chance and that is in November with biden as their nominee. That too appears it will fail.

NOT THE PARTY LINE: George Stephanopoulos Apologizes For Saying Biden Can’t Serve Another Term

I guess we are supposed to believe he and ABC aren’t biased?

Biden got a black woman fired, for telling everyone the truth, only prescripted questions allowed.

Is she not “black” enough to vote for joe?

Yet they thrived and multiplied, built a civilization beautiful buildings. Many children was considered a blessing.

Robin Ware/Robert L. Peters/JRB Ware/Pedo Peter/idiot Biden said his uncle was eaten by cannibals. Eaten by f**king cannibals.

Invented NATO, Went to jail for sitting on a porch, first black woman VP under a Black President, and beat medicare.

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Was an 18-wheeler driver, a football star, graduated top in his class, marched with Nelson Mandella, arrested for being in the Senate Chambers…. damn, this could go on all day.

Greg pretends a lie or a goofy remark offends him but he absolutely worships a guy that does that for a living AND is a pedophile to boot.

Top of his class, if you only count the nine special ed kids.

Democrat Senator Michael Bennet on CNN: ‘Trump is on Track, I Think, to Win This Election and Maybe Win it by a Landslide’ (VIDEO)

George Stephanopoulos Admits He Doesn’t Think Joe Biden Can Serve Another Four Years (VIDEO)

Love how ABC had to announce his opinion was not theirs, as if anyone thought that or anyone cared.

Trump did a town hall on CNN. Trump agreed to all of Robin Ware/Robert L. Peters/JRB Ware/Pedo Peter/idiot Biden’s rules and engaged in a debate on CNN. Trump is going to do an interview with NBC.

Why can’t Robin Ware/Robert L. Peters/JRB Ware/Pedo Peter/idiot Biden do an interview with Fox?

False or misleading statements by Donald Trump

During and after his term as President of the United StatesDonald Trump made tens of thousands of false or misleading claims. The Washington Post‘s fact-checkers documented 30,573 false or misleading claims during his presidential term, an average of about 21 per day.[1][5][6][7] The Toronto Star tallied 5,276 false claims from January 2017 to June 2019, an average of 6 per day.[2] Commentators and fact-checkers have described the scale of Trump’s mendacity as “unprecedented” in American politics,[13] and the consistency of falsehoods a distinctive part of his business and political identities.[14] Scholarly analysis of Trump’s tweets found “significant evidence” of an intent to deceive.[15]

By June 2019, after initially resisting, many news organizations began to describe some of his falsehoods as “lies“.[16] The Washington Post said his frequent repetition of claims he knew to be false amounted to a campaign based on disinformation.[17] Trump campaign CEO and presidency chief strategist Steve Bannon said that the press, rather than Democrats, was Trump’s primary adversary and “the way to deal with them is to flood the zone with shit.”[18][19]

As part of their attempts to overturn the 2020 U.S. presidential election, Trump and his allies repeatedly falsely claimed there had been massive election fraud and that Trump had won the election.[7] Their effort was characterized by some as an implementation of Hitler‘s “big lie” propaganda technique.[20]

On June 8, 2023, a grand jury indicted Trump on one count of making “false statements and representations”, specifically by hiding subpoenaed classified documents from his own attorney who was trying to find and return them to the government.[21] In August 2023, 21 of Trump’s falsehoods about the 2020 election were listed in his Washington, D.C. indictment,[22] while 27 were listed in his Georgia indictment.[23]

Many academics and observers who study the American political scene have called Trump unique or highly unusual in his lying and its effect on political discourse. “It has long been a truism that politicians lie,” wrote Carole McGranahan for the American Ethnologist in 2017, but “Donald Trump is different”. He is the most “accomplished and effective liar” to have ever participated in American politics; moreover, his lying has reshaped public discourse so that “the frequency, degree, and impact of lying in politics are now unprecedented”.[9]

Historian Douglas Brinkley stated that U.S. presidents have occasionally “lied or misled the country,” but none were a “serial liar” like Trump.[24] Donnel Stern, writing in Psychoanalytic Dialogues in 2019, declared: “We expect politicians to stretch the truth. But Trump is a whole different animal,” because Trump “lies as a policy,” and “will say anything” to satisfy his supporters or himself.[25]

Heidi Taksdal Skjeseth, writing for the Reuters Institute for the Study of Journalism in 2017, described how lies have “always been an integral part of politics”. However, Trump was “delivering untruths on an unprecedented scale”, during his campaign and presidency. Skjeseth commented that no one in French politics was comparable to Trump in his provision of falsehoods.[10]

Paul Dans – Dans served as chief of staff at the U.S. Office of Personnel Management from February 2020 until December 2020. One of Dans’ tasks was liaising with the White House to help fill rolls for the approximately 4,000 presidential appointees across the federal government. Dans is the director of Project 2025.
Steven Groves – Groves served as special assistant to Trump to defend him against Robert Mueller’s investigation into possible Russian interference in the 2016 election. He served as Trump’s deputy press secretary in 2019 and 2020. He previously served in 2017 as chief of staff to Nikki Haley while she was U.S. ambassador to the United Nations. Groves was an editor of the Project 2025 policy document.
Spencer Chretien – Chretien served as special assistant to the president in 2020 and 2021. His job involved identifying, recruiting and placing political employees at all levels of government. Chretien is associate director of Project 2025.
Jonathan Berry – Berry served as counsel to the assistant attorney general in the Department of Justice (DOJ) in 2017 and 2018. Berry was also part of Trump’s presidential transition team in 2016 and 2017, advising on ethics and legal policy.
Adam Candeub – Candeub served in the DOJ as the deputy associate attorney general in 2020. In 2019, he served as a high-ranking commerce official in the National Telecommunications and Information Administration (NTIA).
Dustin J. Carmack – Carmack served as the chief of staff to the director of national intelligence in 2020 and 2021.
Brendan Carr – A member of both the Trump and the Biden administration, Carr was appointed to the Federal Communications Commission by Trump. His post expired in 2023 and was renewed by Biden; it will expire in 2028.
Ben Carson – One of the most prominent Black conservatives in the United States, Carson served as the 17th United States Secretary of Housing and Urban Development from 2017 until 2021. Carson ran in the 2016 Republican primary, before eventually dropping out and endorsing Trump.
Ken Cuccinelli – Cuccinelli served as the acting Secretary of Homeland Security from 2019 until 2021. In 2020, a congressional watchdog issued a report saying that he was unlawfully appointed to this position.
Rick Dearborn – Dearborn served as a deputy chief of staff in Trump’s White House in 2017 and 2018. Prior to Trump’s inauguration, Dearborn worked as the staff director in the presidential transition team.
Diana Furchtgott-Roth – Furchtgott-Roth served as acting assistant secretary for economic policy at the Department of the Treasury in 2018 and 2019.
Thomas Gilman – Gilman served in two roles in the Department of Commerce simultaneously from 2019 until 2021: chief financial officer as well as assistant secretary for administration.
Mandy Gunasekara – Gunasekara served as the chief of staff for the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) in 2020 and 2021. She had worked as a senior policy adviser for the EPA since 2017.
Gene Hamilton – Hamilton served as counsel for the attorney general in the DOJ from 2017 until 2021.
Jennifer Hazelton – Hazelton served as public affairs official at the Agency for International Development (USAID) in 2020 and 2021. She also served as a public affairs official in the State Department in 2017.
Troup Hemenway – Hemenway served as associate director for national security in the White House Presidential Personnel Office, which is tasked with vetting new appointees. He also founded the Association of Republican Presidential Appointees.
Dennis Dean Kirk – Kirk was supposed to serve as chairman of the Merit Systems Protection Board, an agency which gives federal employees, including whistleblowers, a place to appeal if they feel they have been unfairly fired. Trump nominated him to the position in 2018. However, the Senate delayed confirming him and he never ended up serving in the role, meaning the Board did not have enough members to function during Trump’s administration. This created a backlog of complaints.
Bernard McNamee – McNamee served as commissioner for the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission from 2018 until 2020.
Christopher Miller – Miller served in three roles in the Trump administration in a period of only seven months. In June 2020, he was appointed as the acting assistant secretary of defense, in August 2020, he was named director of the National Counterterrorism Center, and from November 2020 until January 2021, he served as the acting secretary of defense.
Stephen Moore – Moore was not a member of Trump’s administration, but advised on his 2016 presidential campaign. Trump nominated Moore to serve as governor of the Federal Reserve, but he withdrew his name after facing criticism following the resurfacing of historic articles he wrote disparaging female athletes.
Mora Namdar – Namdar served as the acting assistant secretary of state in the State Department from December 2020 until January 2021. She previously worked as a policy adviser in the same department since 2019.
Peter Navarro – One of the most prominent members of the Trump administration, Navarro served as the director of the Office of Trade and Manufacturing Policy from 2017 until 2021. He was also the director of the National Trade Council in 2017. Navarro was a close adviser to Trump, largely on trade, but he also advised on the COVID-19 response and Trump’s false election fraud claims. Navarro refused to comply with the House Select Committee on the January 6 attack. He was indicted by a grand jury on two counts of contempt of Congress and eventually pled guilty. He was convicted and sentenced to four months jail and fined $9,500. He is due to be released from prison next week.
William Perry Pendley – Pendley served as the acting director of the Bureau of Land Management from 2019 until 2021.
Max Primorac – Primorac served as the acting chief operating officer for USAID from November 2020 until January 2021. He had previously worked as an adviser in the same agency since 2018.
Roger Severino – Severino served in the Department of Health and Human Services as director of the Civil Rights Office from 2017 until 2021.
Kiron Skinner – Skinner served as director of policy planning in the State Department from 2018 until 2019. She previously worked from Trump’s transition team.
Brooks Tucker – Tucker served as chief of staff for the Department of Veterans Affairs from April 2020 until January 2021. He had previously served as an assistant secretary in the same department.
Hans von Spakovsky – Von Spanovsky served on Trump’s short lived Voter Fraud Commission, which operated from May 2017 until January 2018. He previously served a brief and controversial stint as commissioner of the Federal Election Commission in the Bush administration from 2006 until 2007.
Russ Vought – Vought served as director the Office of Management and Budget, the largest office in the executive branch of government, from July 2020 until January 2021. He had served as deputy and then acting director between 2018 and 2020.
William Walton – Although not a member of Trump’s administration, Walton served on his 2016 transition team as co-head of economic issues for federal agencies.
Paul Winfree – Winfree served in three roles in Trump’s White House in 2017: deputy assistant to the president for domestic policy, deputy director of the Domestic Policy Council, and director of budget policy. He left the White House at the end of 2017. Trump appointed him to the Fullbright Foreign Scholarship Board in 2019.

Your still a total idiot with way too much dependence upon the M.S. Media Bottom Feeders