2020·05·23 KMAG Daily Thread

Trickles of revelations about the Obola plot to bring down President Trump continue to flow. On the downside, the judge in the Michael Flynn case is determined to keep it alive even though neither the prosecution nor the defense is interested in continuing. And we’re hearing that more is in the works.

It certainly seems like we’ll see some action–i.e., at least some of these people paying legal consequences for their actions–sometime before Election Day. Though Obola and Hitlary might not get swept up until after the election–I can live with that as long as lots of slightly-lower-level munchkins (not to be confused with Mnuchin) get swept up a lot sooner.

Who is your “favorite” of the group (other than Obola and Hitlary)? I’d go with Brennan and Comey, because they’re such sanctimonious turds.

He looks HUNGRY…but can he stomach Comey and Brennan, those worms?

Once the indictments start coming, expect to see…nothing in the YSM media. Certainly nothing about the evidence. They will do their best to bury it! We can’t let that happen.

Steve, You’re Harping too Much On This.

Yes, I am going to harp on this, because it is the most important thing President Donald J. Trump has to do, and he hasn’t really gotten started on it yet.

If the kakistocracy is still around when he leaves office, Trump will have been nothing but a speed bump on the downhill road to the Fall of America. It must be accomplished, these people must be buried beyond any ability to come back.

Our movement is about replacing a failed and corrupt political establishment with a new government controlled by you, the American People...Our campaign represents a true existential threat, like they’ve never seen before.

Then-Candidate Donald J. Trump

I was a bit disappointed not to have anything truly new to say…and then I remembered what weekend this is. There is, in fact, plenty more to say.

This is the weekend we honor those who fell in battle. “All gave some,” says an important bit of Truth, “Some gave all.” This one is for those that gave all.

Disagree as I must with one third of the “God, Guns, Guts” “trinity” I don’ have any quibble at all with guns and guts having kept us free. There are a lot of predators…and would-be enslavers…outside our borders (and quite a few inside); we’ve had to send (mostly) young (mostly) men off to deal with that more times than anyone would like.

People don’t join the military to die for their country. They don’t even join to make some other poor bastard die for his country, though they are prepared to do that. They join the military hoping that because they do so, no one will have to die for their country, because no one will want to mess with our military.

We owe them all thanks, forever. If you’re the sort who fires up the grill this weekend (to me, it cheapens it, but others have the perspective that the fallen would want us to do this, would be glad that we can do this), that’s something to stop and ponder. And if you don’t fire up the grill…it’s still something to stop and ponder.

…and they will be remembered for a long, long time, by those who live free thanks to them, but who live without them.

If you can stand one more thing on this topic, this is a very good movie.


What I’ve written thus far, of course is about Memorial Day, whose original purpose was to honor those who fell while serving in uniform.

I encourage those wishing to honor those who were more fortunate, who got to come back, be discharged, and be veterans, to–by all means–do so as well. And by all means honor the veterans who are still alive as well as those no longer with us.

And for that matter, there’s no need to wait for Monday to do so!

OK now for the fine print.

This is the WQTH Daily Thread. You know the drill. There’s no Poltical correctness, but civility is a requirement. There are Important Guidelines,  here, with an addendum on 20191110.

We have a new board – called The U Tree – where people can take each other to the woodshed without fear of censorship or moderation.

And remember Wheatie’s Rules:

1. No food fights
2. No running with scissors.
3. If you bring snacks, bring enough for everyone.
4. The gun is always loaded.
4a. If you actually want the gun to be loaded, like because you’re checking out a bump in the night, then it’s empty.
5. Never point the gun at anything you’re not willing to destroy.
6. Keep your finger off the trigger until ready to fire.
7. Be sure of your target and what is behind it.

(Hmm a few extras seem to have crept in.)

Now it wouldn’t be one of my posts without a coin, would it?

The United States has issued a number of coins honoring veterans and the fallen over the years; this one from 1994 is one that shows up a lot when doing a search. Others were issued that year as well, and periodically since then to honor a branch of the military, or a particular war, or disabled vets, or POWs…

A lot and yet it seems inadequate.

Just one more thing, my standard Public Service Announcement. We don’t want to forget this!!!

I hope this guy isn’t rotting in the laogai somewhere!

中国是个混蛋 !!!
Zhōngguò shì gè hùndàn !!!
China is asshoe !!!

779 thoughts on “2020·05·23 KMAG Daily Thread

      1. Jane, Sessions HAD to recuse. Remember HE WAS A TARGET of the spying/unmasking as well as close to the target of the Special Council, President Trump. They even set him up with Ambassador Kislyak. AG Sessions or ANYONE that Trump appointed, like Rudy Giuliani or Chris Christi would also have been forced to recuse.

        Alinsky’s Rules for Radicals
        RULE 4: “Make the enemy live up to its own book of rules.”… You can kill them with this because no one can possibly obey all of their own rules. (This is a serious rule. The besieged entity’s very credibility and reputation is at stake, because if activists catch it lying or not living up to its commitments, they can continue to chip away at the damage.)”

        THIS IS THE RULE!!!!
        “[…]C. DOJ-Specific Conflict of Interest Regulation: No DOJ employee may participate in a criminal investigation or prosecution if he has a personal or political relationship with any person or organization substantially involved in the conduct that is the subject of the investigation or prosecution, or who would be directly affected by the outcome. 28 CFR 45.2

        Political relationship means a close identification with an elected official, candidate, political party or campaign organization arising from service as a principal advisor or official; personal relationship means a close and substantial connection of the type normally viewed as likely to induce partiality.[…]”

        The Globalists have President Trump boxed in. That is why they were so sure he would be impeached. They were COUNTING on OBSTRUCTION OF JUSTICE just like they used on Nixon. Why else do you think Strzok and Page were brushing up on Watergate? There was no way out of the Special Council without hitting the OBSTRUCTION OF JUSTICE tripwire.

        Also Sessions stated himself that he was tasked directly by the President to make two E.O.s his top priorities. One was immigration, human trafficking, and pedophilia. The second was Opiods.

        I am waiting until after the elections to see what President Trump’s true attitude towards Jeff Sessions is. There is also the possibility that Sessions will be a witness AGAINST a lot of the DOJ lawfare lawyers that are so corrupt. Do not forget that Ezra Cohen-Watnick became the the national security adviser to AG Jeff Sessions in May of 2018.

        A compatriot of Ezra Cohen-Watnick, Harvey was also fired by H. R. McMaster in late July 2017.
        He was a longtime intelligence analyst who had been close to General Flynn. Ret. Army Col. Harvey is a Senior Executive Service-member of the Defense Intelligence Agency (DIA). He went to work for Devin Nunes.

        DIA is a national-level intelligence organization that does not belong to a single military element or the traditional chain of command, instead answering to the Secretary of Defense directly through the USDI.

        FROM Q

        Shadow Players are The Deadliest (Huber, Horowitz, Whitaker, Cohen-Watnick)
        9 Nov 2018 – 6:32:17 PM
        Logical thinking required.
        A) How can arrests occur prior to removing the corruption from the DOJ & FBI?
        B) How can arrests occur prior to safely securing a majority in the SUPREME COURT [CONSTITUTION – RULE OF LAW]
        C) What is the role of the SENATE?

        >Role of GOODLATTE?

        >Role of GOWDY?

        >Role of SESSIONS?


        >Who did SESSIONS appoint in NOV 2017?

        >Who is HUBER?




        >Mandate charged to HUBER?

        >Resources provided to HUBER?

        >Who is HOROWITZ?

        >Mandate charged to HOROWITZ?

        >Resources provided to HOROWITZ?

        >Who was SESSIONS’ CHIEF OF STAFF?

        >What were the responsibilities of WHITAKER?



        >What is the advantage of having a ‘temp’ (‘acting’) in a leadership position?
        “The appointment itself, on 21 July, triggered a shake-up at the Trump White House. Chief of Staff Reince Priebus and spokesman Sean Spicer both left their posts over his hiring.” —Mission Successful

        >Laser designator(s) locked on target(s)

        >Who was assigned directly to SESSIONS by POTUS?

        >Mandate charged to Ezra Cohen-Watnick [Defense Intelligence Agency]?

        >NAT SEC ADVISOR TO SESSIONS [counterintelligence and counterterrorism]?

        >Who briefed NUNES on classified intel re: HUSSEIN spy campaign v. POTUS?

        >Who briefed Goodlatte & Gowdy on classified intel re: DOJ & FBI?


        Ex-Trump Security Aide, Ezra Cohen-Watnik, Who Left in Controversy Rejoins Pentagon (Q Proof)
        11 May 2020 – 12:11:31 PM


        It’s like having all the pieces of the puzzle but only after [news unlocks] can the puzzle [full picture] be put together.

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        1. I defended JS ‘til I was black & blue.

          If it turns out JS is a good man, I’ll be glad. But for now, I think I was wrong, and I point at PDJT’s tweets as my evidence.

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        2. Thanks Gail.
          I’d been trying to think JS and PT split was just smoke screen. Maybe and hopefully it is.
          I forgot Ezra was brought in by JS.

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          1. The quote above states that this applies in a criminal investigation. Flynn case was a ‘spy’/ intelligence matter. Jeff should have NEVER done what those snakes asked him to do without a full discussion with POTUS. Sessions acted as his own counsel, his own attorney, and has never admitted anything he did was wrong – he’s never admitted anything could have been improved!

            And that’s why Jeff Sessions can’t be trusted and why his white hat was revoked.

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      2. FWIW, I was, too. But a this point I can’t see what PDJT has to lose and therefore NOT be forthcoming about his real feelings in the matter.

        One thing I feel certain of….If Sessions had been loyal and true, POTUS would NOT be tweeting this.

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        1. Things maybe at a critical point and President Trump still wants ‘cover’ for Jeff. As I said above ANYONE with any type of ties to President Trump would be forced to recuse and I can not see President Trump not realizing that.

          I will hold my fire on Jeff until after the elections in November. Things are just now starting to come together.

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        2. Ya. President Trump’s TW are brutal. And at this point, unrelenting.

          A bit surprised. The Alabama run off was delayed until July. Wonder what brought this TW storm to front and center this past couple days. Time to push Tuberville way up in the polls and drop Sessions? No real insights into how the Sessions / Tuberville race has been trending.

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        3. I tend to agree, and here’s my reasoning:

          If this is some sort of misinformation, then it’s getting to the point where it WILL hurt Sessions’ Senate bid. I don’t know when the AL republican primary will be but it’s probably getting close.

          If Trump did NOT want to hurt Sessions, he wouldn’t be doing this NOW.

          For what it’s worth, I think Sessions would probably be a good Senator. I don’t know anything about Mister Potatoville, but Sessions has been pointing out bad things about his record. He’s definitely fighting.

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        4. POTUS needs a few shiny red balls to keep in the air for distraction purposes. Why a distraction is needed is another question to which there is no public answer right now.

          Honestly, the number of people falling for the public feuds after all this time is disheartening. Sessions is a lawyer. Lawyers are taught in law school to put on a show. I’ve watched this both on a jury and giving a deposition. Some are better at it than others.

          I don’t believe Sessions to be anything less than the purist white hat of the lot. He was known as the only member of Congress who could not be bribed at one point. He barely was confirmed. He’s not one of “them” which is why he suffered an election loss in 1984 due to voter fraud and cheating.

          Just hold fire on any judgement for now. Please, there’s more going on than any of us know.

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    The Reckoning Collision symbol Retweeted
    Phil Kerpen@kerpen
    Why did Susan have to pry this loose via FOIA?

    Why is Fairfax County trying conceal this critical information from its residents?

    Why are summer camps and youth activities canceled over a disease that has killed 81 people outside of long-term care in a county of 1.2 million?

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        1. This all assumes it really IS information.

          To me it falls under “extraordinary claims require extraordinary evidence” even though I wouldn’t actually be surprised if it were true. Our side must have ALL of its ducks in a row before going forward with this; too many people are incapable of imagining a POTUS would do shit like this.

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  2. Donald J. Trump Retweeted

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    1. Thank god but there is EXCELLENT medical care in Waco.

      Also….. “stable condition” is good news.

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    Well, looky here regarding the SUDDEN diktat by Gov. “Dictator – BabyKiller – Blackface” NOTRHAM of Virginia:
    As recently as APRIL 6, Gov. Northam was saying that “Virginians SHOULD wear face masks outside” (www.dailyprogress.com/, emphasis mine).
    So what “changed his mind” to make wearing face coverings in public MANDATORY as of next week?
    A letter.
    A letter written to Northam by LEVAR STONEY, the Black mayor of RICHMOND, Virginia. Stoney urged Northam to make the wearing of face coverings a requirement for the ENTIRE COMMONWEALTH after many business owners in Richmond noticed that people entering their premises weren’t wearing them.

    It seems that Gov. NORTHAM wants to continue to “do penance” for that old photo in which he was wearing “blackface” at a party in medical school — by kowtowing to the demands of the Black mayor of Richmond and forcing ALL Virginians to wear a mask whenever they’re in public, which may ALSO include ordering that children wear them.
    Since one can be Governor of Virginia for only ONE TERM, it appears to me that Northam perhaps has OTHER “ambitions” for high office in the future — and is “shoring up” support among Black people.

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    1. Gov. Blackface OWES all the black dems who saw opportunity in supporting him rather than demanding he step down when those photos were revealed. They own him now, knowing they can play the race card that can destroy him whenever they want to play it.

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    1. WOW. That thread is barn burner. 😳

      and how about this….?

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      1. John does not Tweet much. You can go back and look at his other threads. Seems he has been badly crippled by NASTIES if he is telling the truth.

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    1. Yessir, and the guv ALSO gives his news conferences wearing an “ascot-type” scarf around his neck but NOT a face mask.

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    1. The devil whispered into Gen. Flynn’s ear:
      “You’re not strong enough to withstand the storm.”

      Gen. Flynn chuckled and whispered back:
      “Bullshit. At least I didn’t lose my golden fiddle to a hillbilly in Georgia.”

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      I can only imagine how good the reelect Donald Trump campaign ads are going to be a few months from now.

      7+ M views already for this one.😮😎

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      1. Interesting that people are going out of their way to watch political ads.

        Instead of shunning them.

        I don’t watch, so I don’t know…do these ever run on TV?


    1. So why the animosity from PDJT in the present??

      If we know this, the enemy does too.

      Why the ongoing ruse??

      The only possible explanation is that President Trump doesn’t want the media credibly accusing Jeff Sessions of being a partisan shill for Trump as they are currently doing with Attorney General Barr.

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      1. AND logic – all of the above.

        Tuberville CAN and WILL win, and he WILL be MAGA. Trump is covering the downside with a SURE BET. Sessions is neither a sure bet to win, nor a sure bet to perform. Trump wants a reliable bet so he can focus elsewhere and KEEP THE SENATE and GET THE VOTES HE NEEDS EVERY TIME.

        Tuberville is 100% in Trump’s calculations. Sessions is 95-98%.

        This is not hard. Trump speaks the TRUTH and gets the added bonus of cover on Sessions. Plus other things, I’m certain.

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        1. I really don’t care about Sessions anymore. I’ve been whipsawed too much by that issue. Hope he’s a good guy but tuck him if he isn’t. POTUS wants Tuberville and that is that. Done.

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          1. Exactly. Once Trump fired him, I was “THANK GOD” and “WE’RE THERE”.

            The problem with Sessions was that he ASSUMED he was as smart as Trump – that he had as much knowledge – that he had to take the lead on recusal. Sessions ASSUMED that he had to recuse, that he had to do it RIGHT THEN, and acted without orders.

            Trump could have easily DELAYED recusal to play some STRONGLY WINNING GAMES that might have shortened things and KEPT THE HOUSE.

            Sessions never gave Trump those play opportunities.

            Sometimes, for something big, you need to let the team know – just to be sure, before you commit everybody.

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        2. I could be wrong about Jeff Sessions

          Drop 2452 is very strongly worded, unambiguous.

          If there is a public feud between Sessions and Trump, then it could add credibility to Sessions’ testimony that he isn’t just trying to defend Trump.

          IMO Sessions is the key that unlocks RR, and the Comey+McCabe+Mueller Special Counsel Construct.

          His testimony, subtle though it may be, has the potential to be explosive.

          My gut feel is conflicted. My feel is it could be either way, can’t get a sense one way or another. I was more in the Sessions is a problem camp in spring 2018 but then SD suggested that Sessions might be working a lot behind the scenes. The later turn against Sessions seemed to lack a basis in evidence outside of the “feud” and that Sessions was “doing nothing” (which is an argument from silence).

          See Below


          I could be wrong about Jeff Sessions


          Jeff has been TARGETED (yes, we already know IN PART he was – do we know the whole story???) by the Scheme Team . . . and when it comes out what THEY DID TO HIM, it’ll be a HUGE BOMB that TAKES DOWN THE WHOLE SPECIAL COUNSEL CONSTRUCT.

          McCabe, Mueller, Weissmann, Strzok, Page, the whole dirty lot of them.


          I could be wrong.

          MCCABE was scheming against Sessions from DAY 1 and was KEY PART of his recusal.

          Lying Andy “Insurance Policy” McCabe we know was scheming to FORCE the Sessions recusal.

          They cornered Sessions in a conference room with McCabe and the full crew with their lawyers to explain to Jeff that he was legally required to recuse.

          And let RR run the show from that point forward.

          Is the mess that McCabe left about to blow up?

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          1. IMO 2452 comes the same day as Sessions steps aside. When some one from your team steps aside you thank you them for their service and let them move on. Nothing else is happening here.

            IMO People are hung up on :”Trust Sessions, Trust Wray, Trust (Huber or Horowitz forgot which). A statement given long before Sessions was finally forced out. In my thinking Q was one of the last people to learn that Sessions lost Q+’s trust because that’s the way Q+ wanted it. It’s not Q’s fault. Why this has not been squared is a different question and squaring it would likely impact on Q’s credibility. It is likely been determined to just let it ride, and put it down to one of those fog of war type things is what I’m thinking.

            I’d say more but I know I am not at liberty to do so except to say that Q+ has no more desire for anything Sessions.

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            1. I also remember something like “Activate SESSIONS” in a Q drop around the time Mueller finally closed up shop. Although that might have been “ACTIVATE [SESSIONS]” which might have a totally different meaning!

              Your line of thinking leads to the implication that Q isn’t all that close to Trump. (It’s not going to turn out, for instance, that Melania is Q.) Of course, are we REALLY certain that Q+ is Trump himself? And if so, why?


              1. Of course Melania is not Q. Your sentence before is very wrong. I’ve held an unspoken theory since before Wolf took us all here. I’ve seen nothing to disprove it. Even 3371 “Trust Sessions: Jeff Sessions Will Be Vindicated as a Hero Q !!mG7VJxZNCI 8 Jul 2019” given almost 8 months after Sessions is gone fits with my comment. Come to think of it, DP might like that one, but POTUS is still finished with Sessions all the same.

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              2. “[My] sentence before is very wrong.”

                That sentence being “Your line of thinking leads to the implication that Q isn’t all that close to Trump.” I said that because you had given the impression that you believe Q was unaware how upset Trump was with Sessions. Of course I used the word “very” which is ambiguous. “Very close” to me meant someone who’s around Trump enough to be able to tell his state of mind, his confidant(s). Q can certainly be a reliable, trusted ally (or allies) and not be THAT close to him.


              3. As for the question. Too many instances to catalog here of Trump playing along with Q. But is he actually getting behind the key board. Don’t know that. Maybe.

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              4. Now that brings up a thought…Q+ might not be Trump, but could be someone who IS that close to him. E.g., Melania, his older children. Or maybe all of them (including or excluding Donald) have access to that.


              5. The inference has always been Trump himself. If what your saying is true the permission to speak for Trump would still have to be granted. The more likely thing is it is Trump or Trump has allowed himself to be quoted.

                Btw… just did a check on Q map for Q++ and Q+. No Q++’s show up. Good to know.

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              6. I wouldn’t expect there to be a Q++…where did that one come from?

                Yeah, if Q+ is someone THAT close, clearly there’s nothing going out without Trump’s say so. Even if he’s not the one at the keybaord.


              7. I’d actually thought I”d seen Q++’s before so I wanted to be sure. Must of seen it on some Anon’s site or some such. But if as you tossed out that a Q+ might be Melania or his older childern then that by default would mean Trump would be Q++ is why I checked.

                Mind you I’ve bee typing in this little box and should need to go to the page to follow what’s been said. Too easy to get me confused at this point.

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        3. The “Dream Team” for testimony, IMO, would be 1) Sessions blowing up the reason for recusal and exposing the construct followed by 2) RR turning state’s evidence and 3) Barr mopping up the floor.

          Though I will pay a month’s wages to watch Sidney Powell rip into Andrew Weissmann.

          Not enough popcorn in the friggin’ world 😉

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          1. I hope Sidney winds up with Weissman’s chromed balls hanging from her rearview mirror with a license plate that says


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    1. And God asked him, “What did you do with the life that I gave to you?”


      “Dysart established the U.S. Marshals Service Missing Child Unit in 2016, following the federal Justice for Victims of Trafficking Act, the DOJ said.

      Without additional staff or funding, he built up the operation and developed a curriculum used to train law enforcement around the country to help find missing kids.

      In just the last two years, Dysart and the National Center for Missing & Exploited Children have helped rescue 500 children.

      In addition to the 16 children who had been declared missing in this most recent operation, investigators found and rescued another 11 kids.”

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        1. Thank you, but I’m not even a pimple on this good man’s rear.

          Look at this man’s picture.

          The horror he has had to deal with is written all over his face, like an veteran of combat.

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    2. Poor guy. Looks like he’s seen stuff that can’t be unseen.
      Or he’s been hit in the head by a magpies beak travelling at 100mph whilst out taking a walk

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    1. The reply to that ad…with a Trump ad….is easy enough.


      In 2017 political pundit Bill Maher, speaking for millions of democrats, wished for a devastating economic recession to hit America so President Trump wouldn’t get re-elected. As Maher put it, “Sorry if that hurts people.” Democrats like Maher got their wish. Through no fault of President Trump’s, a pandemic swept over the world in 2020 and a booming American economy was shuttered to stop the virus’ spread. Today, democrats are not only blaming President Trump for the economic impact of a virus that originated in China, but also blaming him for all the deaths that have resulted from it as well. Let’s look at that. Here’s the real story democrats don’t want you to know…

      Remember how they said 2,000,000 Americans would die from this virus? If President Trump gets the blame for the deaths that occurred, it only stands to reason he gets credit for the 1.9 MILLION lives saved. The truth is, in a pandemic that was by definition going to cost lives, president Trump SAVED the lives of 1.9 million Americans with his fast, effective, and scientifically driven response to the crisis.

      This November, don’t vote for a party that wishes ill upon America for ideological gain, re-elect the President who saved millions of lives, authored the greatest economic expansion since WWII, and only wants American to be great again.

      🇺🇸 Trump/Pence 2020 🇺🇸

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        1. He has another short, but REALLY interesting dig about the election judge that just got nailed. Seems there’s more to that, as well.

          DEMONicRATS, indeed.


          A couple of interesting tidbits:

          What was Rep. Brady doing in Congress? Well he was the ranking Democrat on the committee that oversees federal elections! After this news broke he announced in January 2018 that he would not run for reelection.

          Hmmm. A crooked DEMONicRAT (but i repeat myself) as the ranking member of the committee that oversees FEDERAL elections??? What could POSSIBLY go wrong???

          Oh, what a wicked web they weave…..

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