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    Judge Blocks DOJ Request To Switch Lawyers In Census Citizenship Case

    U.S. District Judge Jesse Furman said the government’s request to switch lawyers was “patently deficient.” People say the same thing when it comes to Trump's lack of empathy, morality and intelligence.

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    Tucker Carlson Calls ‘Annoying’ Ilhan Omar Proof Immigration Is ‘Dangerous’ To U.S.

    Twitter users have called the rant racist and too far even for Fox News. I seriously doubt that.

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    Peter Wehner Has Chilling Theory For GOP Silence On Alex Acosta’s Deal With Jeffrey Epstein

    “We have a president who is a sexual predator,” the longtime Republican insider said. No shit, Sherlock! You finally figured that out?

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    Soccer Star Megan Rapinoe Has Searing Message For Trump: ‘Do Better’

    Trump, who has yet to invite the U.S. women’s national soccer team to the White House, has been pushing a message that is “excluding people,” Rapinoe said. Yo, Megan! Don't hold your breath waiting for either that White House invite or especially for Trump to do better. Ain't happening!

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    White Arizona Man Charged In Slaying Of Black Teen Over Rap Music

    Michael Adams, 27, allegedly killed Elijah Al-Amin, 17, because the music made him feel “unsafe.” Flat out despicable!
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    When Trump was elected, I saw more than one global political expert compare him to former Italian PM Silvio Berlusconi.

    Are we going to be surprised if Trump hung out with Epstein at "bunga bunga" parties a decade ago? I mean, we know he was f***ing porn stars and centerfolds and lying about it, we know he committed sexual assault because he bragged about it... he keeps making apologies for rapists and endorsing pedophiles for Senate...

    Is it really that hard to believe Trump's a sexual predator, based on just all that?
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    Quote Originally Posted by worstblogever View Post
    When Trump was elected, I saw more than one global political expert compare him to former Italian PM Silvio Berlusconi.

    Are we going to be surprised if Trump hung out with Epstein at "bunga bunga" parties a decade ago? I mean, we know he was f***ing porn stars and centerfolds and lying about it, we know he committed sexual assault because he bragged about it... he keeps making apologies for rapists and endorsing pedophiles for Senate...

    Is it really that hard to believe Trump's a sexual predator, based on just all that?
    Nope, not hard at all. Problem is, it won't change anything. The GOP, heavily invested in keeping Trump in office will just ignore the allegations while his die hard (read: brainwashed) followers will scoff and call it fake news. Hell, the talking heads on Faux News might actually praise Trump for being virile. Bottom line: Trump continues getting off scot free. Right now, I fear he's all but untouchable and has more layers of protection than a Kevlar vest.
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    Quote Originally Posted by WestPhillyPunisher View Post
    Nope, not hard at all. Problem is, it won't change anything. The GOP, heavily invested in keeping Trump in office will just ignore the allegations while his die hard (read: brainwashed) followers will scoff and call it fake news. Hell, the talking heads on Faux News might actually praise Trump for being virile. Bottom line: Trump continues getting off scot free. Right now, I fear he's all but untouchable and has more layers of protection than a Kevlar vest.
    That's the most cult-like thing about the GOP right now. Like... I got why people rallied around Bush43... we was a dimbulb, but he wasn't an ***hole to everyone.

    Trump's an ***hole. To everyone. He's miserable to work for.

    I think the cretins who are left circling the wagons with him aren't doing so out of loyalty, I think they're leveraged. Like, I'm not going to be shocked if any of them are implicated by evidence seized from Epstein. But all of them seem compromised. Obviously, morally, but compromised on a criminal level.

    Which goes back to the transition period, and how we heard about the long, long line of individuals within the Trump administration who failed their background checks with the FBI, but they were given "temporary" clearance repeatedly to circumvent the rules.
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    On this date in 2016, “Crazy/Stupid Republican of the Day” posted a profile of Robert Hurt, who served three terms in office after riding the 2010 Tea Party Wave to Congress to represent Virginia’s 5th Congressional District in the U.S. House of Representatives. Hurt fit the mold of a lot of Republicans, believing that life begins at conception (he voted consistently for anti-choice legislation, including both GOP efforts to defund Planned Parenthood), while still being "pro-life" enough to want to put criminals to death. He was counter-productive enough to our country functioning to see him vote against raising the debt ceiling, and to vote not just for the 2013 Government Shutdown, but when the time came to reopen the government, he voted to keep it closed. On immigration, he was far enough to the right to back Arizona's SB1070 law that allowed for racial profiling of "suspected illegal immigrants", and wanted marriage defined as being between one man and one woman. Perhaps his most disturbing policy stance, though, was on climate change, where Hurt expressed his belief that there was a "Climategate", and that climatologists are purposely selling the populace a false bill of goods on their studies. Of course, lying about the other side of a debate's true intent in the worst ways truly became Robert Hurt's calling card after President Obama spoke following the mass shooting in San Bernadino, California, calling for Americans to treat Muslims with respect, because two members of their faith should not be representative of our opinions of an entire religion (similar to remarks President Bush made in the wake of 9/11). Rep. Hurt, however, got on conservative talk radio to gripe about it, misrepresenting those remarks to claim that President Obama "is more concerned with the premise that America is 'racist' than fighting terrorism". He retired after three terms in office.

    On this date in 2017, “Crazy/Stupid Republican of the Day” profiled Vicki Dooling, a one-term Nevada Assemblywoman who found her way into office in the 2014 elections that were very kind to the GOP, winning an upset in a district that normally leans Democratic, near Las Vegas, making a campaign promise to “help repeal the ACA”, which showed a fundamental lack of understanding of basic civics in our country because state legislators can’t overturn a federal law. Where Vicki Dooling stood out in particular to us was her sudden interest in the issue of public bathroom usage by transgendered citizens, which led her in March of 2015 to sponsor AB 375, an attempt on limiting citizens to using the bathrooms of the “biological condition of being male or female as determined at birth based on physical differences or, if necessary, at the chromosomal level.” Dooling didn’t campaign on that, heck, she didn’t even WRITE that bill, she submitted it on behalf of an out-of-state lobbyist, one Karen England of California, who has her own long, long history of dedicated attempts at curtailing LGBT rights. Now, this might come as shocking, but the city of Las Vegas itself isn’t exactly the place to start picking a fight with LGBT citizens, and Dooling might have realized she bet on a losing horse, since she wouldn’t be interviewed by most media outlets about AB 375 after she dropped it on the floor of the Nevada Assembly like the putrid turd of a bill that it was. She did, however, try to rally her cause in a space friendlier to her, with reporters from the Christian Examiner, saying, "Parents are coming to me, very concerned about the safety of all students, safety from the bullying that goes on no matter how we try to stop it, safety from all issues. Every kid needs that safety. We want all kids to have the same rights." Look, the fact that Dooling not only submitted this bill, but then tried defending it because parents are concerned about “bullying”… who do you THINK is typically bullied, Vicki, if not the transgendered kids? For f***’s sake… The bill failed to advance in the Nevada Assembly on April 21st, 2015, even after Karen England herself showed up from out of state to argue in favor of it on Dooling’s behalf. Well, that and Dooling’s attempt to read into the record a letter from an “unnamed physician” who may or may not have been a doctor, and may or may not have had the same handwriting as Vicki Dooling. We’ll see if she changes her mind and makes another run for office at some point in the future, but for now, Nevada seems like they’ll be better off without her representing District 41.
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    It was on this date in 2015, as well as in 2018, that “Crazy/Stupid Republican of the Day” profiled former Massachusetts Governor, 2012 presidential candidate, and now, the junior U.S. Senator from Utah, Mitt Romney. Romney’s endless wave of “clueless rich guy” gaffes in the 2012 campaign just kept coming at a rapid fire pace only equaled perhaps by his staggering ability to act like fact-checkers weren’t paying attention, and take being mendacious
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    while running for national office to a whole new level (at least, until he got upped by the 2016 GOP standard bearer). Whether it was his comments about “the 47 percent”, that “Corporations are people, my friend”, the revelation that he and his wife took a $77,000 tax-write off on a prancing show horse named “Rafalca”, talking about going on a road trip with his dog strapped to the roof of a car in a carrier, admitting he was “not concerned about the very poor”, that Michigan’s “trees being just the right height”, feuding with British politicians about their preparations for the London Olympics, or arguing with the CEO of Jeep-Chrysler about whether or not he was closing one of his company’s own Ohio factories… Mitt was especially full of it. Trying to lie about President Obama’s remarks following the attacks in Benghazi as “an act of terror” in a debate, of course, led to the legendary, “Please proceed…” moment, to let Mitt lose the last gasp of momentum he was trying to snag going into the election. And of course, there was the legendary election night where Mitt and his family stood dumbfounded as the election results came in and they lost, because they actually had staffers “unskewing” the polls, internally, and was forced to throw together a concession speech, because he hadn’t prepared one.

    Mitt Romney supposedly had retired from politics but tipped his hand that he was coming back into the fray upon the announcement that Sen. Orrin Hatch was finally going to retire when his “location” on Twitter changed back to Utah (classic carpetbagging move) in January of 2018, one of the several places around the country where Romney has a home. Six weeks later, Romney made it official and announced he was in the race. Now, we’ll note that publicly, Mitt Romney has been a vocal critic of Donald Trump as a member of the GOP, going all the way back to March of 2016. He wasn't shy about saying he’s going to serve as a check on Trump’s power, and fill a much needed void in the leadership of the Republican Party standing up to Trump.

    Uh huh. Mitt already tried pretending during the primary for Senate that he was more of a hawk than Donald Trump on immigration. Unless Mitt believes in not just locking asylum-seeking kids in cages, but poking them with sharp sticks through the bars, that seems like another Mitt campaign lie. And for “standing up” to Trump, Romney’s already predicted a Trump win in 2020.

    We’ve already covered, at length, Mitt Romney’s willingness to tell lies. He’s going to verbally say things like that, and when the time comes to vote for Supreme Court justices who might overturn Roe v. Wade, or votes to try and make tax breaks for the richest Americans permanent, he’s still going to vote for them, no questions asked. If you think the guy who made Romneycare in Massachusetts a thing will help save the Affordable Care Act nationally, don’t be so sure, after Mitt spent the 2012 campaign pretending it didn’t exist. And, every time Romney comes in and tries to lecture Donald Trump on his immorality, YET he comes off more like Ned Flanders trying to give the business to Homer Simpson. Rather than win over Republican voters and make them wake up to Trump’s cruelty, he somehow makes them only love the bastard even more. Can Mitt stand up to a bully that he publicly got humiliated by for applying for being a member of his Cabinet only to be shunned? We saw the awkward dinner photos, Mitt, you don’t exactly look like you’re making Trump squirm there, quite the opposite. At best, we expected him to talk about how disappointed he is when Trump uses foul language like “s***hole countries and that’s something Mitt can’t take as a Mormon, no sir.

    And lo, so it was that our predictions have come true. Days before being sworn in as a U.S. Senator, Mitt Romney got headlines for writing a supposedly “blistering” op-ed where he talked about how Donald Trump’s “character falls short. OOOOH, sick burn.

    But we here at CSGOPOTD pay attention to voting records, and lo and behold Romney has approved every Trump appointment, from every unqualified judge, to even picking toady William Barr to be the Attorney General. We’re very concerned, however, how Romney called Democrats’ attempts at getting Trump’s tax returns to show the criminal behavior described by his lawyer Michael Cohen as “moronic, but then again, we already knew how touchy Mitt was about the precedent his father set for releasing your full tax returns to confirm no criminal behavior.

    And he is still the oddest, creepiest rich guy who seems to be not from this planet. Like the bizarre spectacle of seeing him celebrate his birthday by blowing out the whitest-representory food… Twinkies… one candle at a time. Or how about how he timed giving his wife Anne a mother’s day gift themed for Game of Thrones that compared her to Danaerys Targaryen… on the day the character committed genocide on the show.

    Mitt Romney will not be up for re-election until 2024. We’re expecting him to continue selling out our country with a polite sneer for the next five and a half years like the Caddyshack villain he is.
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    Quote Originally Posted by worstblogever View Post
    That's the most cult-like thing about the GOP right now. Like... I got why people rallied around Bush43... we was a dimbulb, but he wasn't an ***hole to everyone.

    Trump's an ***hole. To everyone. He's miserable to work for.

    I think the cretins who are left circling the wagons with him aren't doing so out of loyalty, I think they're leveraged. Like, I'm not going to be shocked if any of them are implicated by evidence seized from Epstein. But all of them seem compromised. Obviously, morally, but compromised on a criminal level.

    Which goes back to the transition period, and how we heard about the long, long line of individuals within the Trump administration who failed their background checks with the FBI, but they were given "temporary" clearance repeatedly to circumvent the rules.
    Okay, I understand the part about members of his administration along with Republicans in Congress having been compromised, their souls owned by Trump, the Ivans or both, but what about the scores of ordinary people who blindly follow him and cherishes the ground he waddles on? Trump could gun down a troop of Cub Scouts on the White House lawn at high noon on live TV, and those degenerates would shrug and say the Scouts had it coming. That's how far gone they are, and they're NOT compromised. Even worse, they're ready to reelect the scummy bastard.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mister Mets View Post
    I don't think you'll find conservatives in favor of sexual harassment of minors as a deterrence against migrants.

    As for your points on asylum, the US takes in around 1,000,000 legal immigrants an year. The number of asylum seekers accepted is well below that. 2016 had the highest numbers and that was still 84,995.

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    So it's untrue to say that the majority of people from South and Central America (who are roughly 40% of legal immigrants) do so through asylum.

    Incidentally, the asylum process is lengthy and has a lot of red tape.

    The claims for asylum should also not be an end-run around immigration limits, or laws that exist to ensure that immigrants are not public charges. It's really supposed to apply to refugees fleeing persecution. That's part of why the Trump administration is trying to get Mexico to hold on to asylum seekers from Central and South America. Once they're in Mexico, they should be safe from whatever persecution they're fleeing.
    No, they just prefer the idea of presenting that you'll be rounded up like cattle, stuffed into overcrowded rooms, denied basic services, and demeaned since you're a foreign pest for having the gall to leave a hostile environment and trek several thousand miles to an unknown land simply due to some abstract defense that maybe, just maybe, one of those people belongs to a criminal syndicate. All the Bubbas and Bobby Sues who still argue "Build the Wall and Crime will Fall" feel this is justified, ignoring domestic crimes and native issues that lead to crime issues, such as institutionalized racism and classism, since they were too lazy or dumb to bother exploring it, while politicians want to keep their butts in office shall look the other way at these egregious accounts so they can get that donor money and the votes from the aforementioned Bubbas and Bobby Sues.

    I'm not arguing that Republicans are the Party of the Stupid and that Democrats are the Party of the Enlightened; both parties prefer keeping the voters in the dark for various reasons since the average American voter isn't going to take their time out of their busy days to do research on a politician's stance on every single topic, and instead pigeonholes it to where the person running for mayor must be in cahoots with the Speaker of the House. I personally feel that Republicans go out of their way more to emphasize that they like their voters ignorant and angry.

    Also, although that data you gave me sounds credible, my issue with it is that it doesn't give out the full picture. It only explains that the legal immigration comes from three countries totalling 28.2% for 2011, with Mexico being around 13.5%, for example. I'd like to know the other 71.8% from that year, as the immigration process can vary depending on country to country, particularly given relationships at the time, as countries will be less likely to take on immigrants from countries that they have soured on, and it doesn't explain the average process at the time for someone to have applied for legal immigration to get approved. When you're looking at a more hardline leader that condemns migrants, be they Hispanic or of the Muslim faith, that can make that process more difficult as the people in charge during that process changes, potentially making a smooth-looking process complicated. Not to mention, there's also the fact that these people aren't told that legal immigration is possible, or even that it could be viable. They're coming from Central American countries, which are practically the model of dysfunction on the mainland of the Americas. Besides, I know the asylum process isn't foolproof; people come here and get rejected, and are sent back to wherever it was they tried to leave. But, again; you have to ask yourself, if the legal process is so awesome, why do people keep trying for the asylum approach?

    As for what you said about "They should be safe in Mexico"... um... no offense, but it's not like all of Mexico is this wonderful, magical place, and I'm not purposefully painting the country with a broad stroke, but you have to consider why they're not staying in Mexico as a reason why they want to come to the States, sir. Even though the quality of life is better, it's not as much, then there's the drug cartels you have to deal with, and large parts of it are still a developing country.

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    Mets:I don't think you'll find conservatives in favor of sexual harassment of minors as a deterrence against migrants.
    No they just support it for their President and Senatorial Candidates.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mister Mets View Post
    I don't think you'll find conservatives in favor of sexual harassment of minors as a deterrence against migrants.
    I doubt we'll find conservatives out protesting Trumps immigration policies in order to prevent it occurring either.
    Because in the consevative mindset if they came here "illegally" they deserve whatever horrible thing happens to them.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Kirby101 View Post
    No they just support it for their President and Senatorial Candidates.
    I'll note that I've already profiled more than one conservative anti-immigrant Republican who flat-out said they hoped immigrant women who got raped would fear deportation and not report their assaults. Massachusetts State Senator Ryan Fattman comes to mind, for one.
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    It was on this date in 2015, as well as in 2018, that “Crazy/Stupid Republican of the Day” profiled former Massachusetts Governor, 2012 presidential candidate, and now, the junior U.S. Senator from Utah, Mitt Romney. Romney’s endless wave of “clueless rich guy” gaffes in the 2012 campaign just kept coming at a rapid fire pace only equaled perhaps by his staggering ability to act like fact-checkers weren’t paying attention, and take being mendacious
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    while running for national office to a whole new level (at least, until he got upped by the 2016 GOP standard bearer). Whether it was his comments about “the 47 percent”, that “Corporations are people, my friend”, the revelation that he and his wife took a $77,000 tax-write off on a prancing show horse named “Rafalca”, talking about going on a road trip with his dog strapped to the roof of a car in a carrier, admitting he was “not concerned about the very poor”, that Michigan’s “trees being just the right height”, feuding with British politicians about their preparations for the London Olympics, or arguing with the CEO of Jeep-Chrysler about whether or not he was closing one of his company’s own Ohio factories… Mitt was especially full of it. Trying to lie about President Obama’s remarks following the attacks in Benghazi as “an act of terror” in a debate, of course, led to the legendary, “Please proceed…” moment, to let Mitt lose the last gasp of momentum he was trying to snag going into the election. And of course, there was the legendary election night where Mitt and his family stood dumbfounded as the election results came in and they lost, because they actually had staffers “unskewing” the polls, internally, and was forced to throw together a concession speech, because he hadn’t prepared one.

    Mitt Romney supposedly had retired from politics but tipped his hand that he was coming back into the fray upon the announcement that Sen. Orrin Hatch was finally going to retire when his “location” on Twitter changed back to Utah (classic carpetbagging move) in January of 2018, one of the several places around the country where Romney has a home. Six weeks later, Romney made it official and announced he was in the race. Now, we’ll note that publicly, Mitt Romney has been a vocal critic of Donald Trump as a member of the GOP, going all the way back to March of 2016. He wasn't shy about saying he’s going to serve as a check on Trump’s power, and fill a much needed void in the leadership of the Republican Party standing up to Trump.

    Uh huh. Mitt already tried pretending during the primary for Senate that he was more of a hawk than Donald Trump on immigration. Unless Mitt believes in not just locking asylum-seeking kids in cages, but poking them with sharp sticks through the bars, that seems like another Mitt campaign lie. And for “standing up” to Trump, Romney’s already predicted a Trump win in 2020.

    We’ve already covered, at length, Mitt Romney’s willingness to tell lies. He’s going to verbally say things like that, and when the time comes to vote for Supreme Court justices who might overturn Roe v. Wade, or votes to try and make tax breaks for the richest Americans permanent, he’s still going to vote for them, no questions asked. If you think the guy who made Romneycare in Massachusetts a thing will help save the Affordable Care Act nationally, don’t be so sure, after Mitt spent the 2012 campaign pretending it didn’t exist. And, every time Romney comes in and tries to lecture Donald Trump on his immorality, YET he comes off more like Ned Flanders trying to give the business to Homer Simpson. Rather than win over Republican voters and make them wake up to Trump’s cruelty, he somehow makes them only love the bastard even more. Can Mitt stand up to a bully that he publicly got humiliated by for applying for being a member of his Cabinet only to be shunned? We saw the awkward dinner photos, Mitt, you don’t exactly look like you’re making Trump squirm there, quite the opposite. At best, we expected him to talk about how disappointed he is when Trump uses foul language like “s***hole countries and that’s something Mitt can’t take as a Mormon, no sir.

    And lo, so it was that our predictions have come true. Days before being sworn in as a U.S. Senator, Mitt Romney got headlines for writing a supposedly “blistering” op-ed where he talked about how Donald Trump’s “character falls short. OOOOH, sick burn.

    But we here at CSGOPOTD pay attention to voting records, and lo and behold Romney has approved every Trump appointment, from every unqualified judge, to even picking toady William Barr to be the Attorney General. We’re very concerned, however, how Romney called Democrats’ attempts at getting Trump’s tax returns to show the criminal behavior described by his lawyer Michael Cohen as “moronic, but then again, we already knew how touchy Mitt was about the precedent his father set for releasing your full tax returns to confirm no criminal behavior.

    And he is still the oddest, creepiest rich guy who seems to be not from this planet. Like the bizarre spectacle of seeing him celebrate his birthday by blowing out the whitest-representory food… Twinkies… one candle at a time. Or how about how he timed giving his wife Anne a mother’s day gift themed for Game of Thrones that compared her to Danaerys Targaryen… on the day the character committed genocide on the show.

    Mitt Romney will not be up for re-election until 2024. We’re expecting him to continue selling out our country with a polite sneer for the next five and a half years like the Caddyshack villain he is.
    I was keeping an eye on Romney to see if he was maybe planning on primarying Trump once he got elected to the Senate. Maybe he found out that he doesn't have a big enough base and couldn't build a coalition among the GOP in Congress.

    I have always laughed at that picture and how appropriate it is. Trump looks Mephistophelian and Romney looks like he just sold his soul.

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    Mitt's probably just hoping his magic undergarments protect him from Trump's demonic influence.
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    The collusion nonsense didn't work, so let's try some Epstein-Trump nonsense, eh? It must really hurt that President Trump is doing well - HRC's supporters haven't stopped crying since election night.

    As a registered Democrat, I am astounded by the sheer villainy and full-blown Alinsky tactics used by the so-called progressive left - blatant, shameless liars who rely upon demagoguery to incite sympathy for their agenda, and none worse than AOC - an actress auditioned and paid for by "Justice Democrats", whatever that's supposed to mean.

    The worst thing is that, out of the current pool of Democratic presidential hopefuls, the two who are actually worth consideration - Tulsi Gabbard and Andrew Yang - are going to be buried under the "We'll give you free stuff" gang.

    Sad times.

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    Quote Originally Posted by worstblogever View Post
    That's the most cult-like thing about the GOP right now. Like... I got why people rallied around Bush43... we was a dimbulb, but he wasn't an ***hole to everyone.

    Trump's an ***hole. To everyone. He's miserable to work for.

    I think the cretins who are left circling the wagons with him aren't doing so out of loyalty, I think they're leveraged. Like, I'm not going to be shocked if any of them are implicated by evidence seized from Epstein. But all of them seem compromised. Obviously, morally, but compromised on a criminal level.

    Which goes back to the transition period, and how we heard about the long, long line of individuals within the Trump administration who failed their background checks with the FBI, but they were given "temporary" clearance repeatedly to circumvent the rules.
    So you think there's a better than 50/50 shot that Trump's and members of his presidential staff are either active in a pedophile ring, and/or blackmailed by the ringleaders?

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    The collusion nonsense didn't work, so let's try some Epstein-Trump nonsense, eh? It must really hurt that President Trump is doing well - HRC's supporters haven't stopped crying since election night.

    As a registered Democrat, I am astounded by the sheer villainy and full-blown Alinsky tactics used by the so-called progressive left - blatant, shameless liars who rely upon demagoguery to incite sympathy for their agenda, and none worse than AOC - an actress auditioned and paid for by "Justice Democrats", whatever that's supposed to mean.

    The worst thing is that, out of the current pool of Democratic presidential hopefuls, the two who are actually worth consideration - Tulsi Gabbard and Andrew Yang - are going to be buried under the "We'll give you free stuff" gang.

    Sad times.
    How does a registered Democrat come to the conclusion that the progressive left is using full-blown Alinsky tactics? That seems like an interesting intellectual journey.

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