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  1. 10 hours ago, concha said:

    As soon as you itemize the billions in damage and all the violent crimes Antifa and BLM have been permitted to commit over the last year or two. 

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    what were BLM and Antifa protesting about??..social injustice we all saw get played out for 8 minutes as a cop murdered a guy...what was the Capital riot about??...a bunch of right wing nut jobs trying to take the country over and kill out leaders...to compare the two groups/causes makes no sense...one wants social justice and the other one wants to take over the country by force....the guys you cheer for....🤡

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  2. 1 hour ago, Slotback Right said:

    Because I know you were interested, and knowing the main stream media wouldn't cover it:

     

    this crazy bitch is only going to tear your party apart....the further right you clowns go the worse off you'll be...🤡

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  3. 1 minute ago, Atticus Finch said:

    And there's a place for both of those in a healthy Republic.

    The problem is that the right has become a personality cult more interested in white nationalism, conspiracy theories, etc.

    agreed....the right is too busy wrapping themselves in flags and pretending to be "patriots" because those on the left can't be "patriots" in their simple minds...they are the "real" Americans!....who try and take over the Capital to show how Parotitic they really are!....SAD.

  4. 8 minutes ago, THS2011 said:

    Heres the difference between Democrats and Republicans. Republicans hate Democrats' political policies and ideas. Democrats hate every part of Republicans' existence. That's why there's so much hate from that party. It's not a disagreement, it's pure hate. 

    or to quote George Carlin...

    "The difference between left and right of center...originated in the French parliament. The people left of center were liberals; the people right of center were conservatives. Broadly speaking. And generally speaking, people on...the right of center, are interested in property values, property, property rights. The rights and the rights of property. And generally speaking again – it's all generalized – the left-of-center people are more concerned with humans and human beings and human concerns; to the care of humans, not the care and worry about property rights." 

     

  5. 26 minutes ago, imaGoodBoyNow said:

    Lol 😂 I’m laughing so fucking hard that ur welcoming in an old racist pedophile, who can’t stop his son from shooting Dope , whose whole family sold out our country to China the last 50 years 

     

     

    lol 😂 let me know how Joe Betters your life the next 4 years

    LOL..vs. the crazy yellow lying man??.....please....Biden is a racist huh??..stfu...you still don't have a clue...🤡

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  6. 7 minutes ago, Atticus Finch said:

    You can't find ammo anywhere because dumbasses like you stock up on bullets every time a Democrat is elected President only to realize 4 or 8 years later that it was all for naught because nothing was done to make guns or ammo harder to buy.

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    LOL...seen it happen!

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  7. 1 hour ago, maxchoboian said:

    Here's a crazy look at the new Representative recently elected to Slotback's 3rd Congressional District in western and southern Colorado, including a bit of her and her husband's rap sheets:

    Lauren Boebert, age 34

    Owner of Shooters Grill (in Rifle, CO of all places) - suggests the waiters and waitresses there carry guns

    Was awarded her GED in 2020 -- just prior to being elected

    Said she hoped QAnon "is real because it only means America is getting stronger and better..."

    Just prior to the Jan 6 debacle at the US Capitol, she tweeted "Today is 1776"

    When her gun set off the metal detector at the Capitol a week or so ago, she refused to let anyone look through her purse, and claimed not letting her enter was a political stunt by Nancy Pelosi

    After only being in Washington for a couple weeks, her Communications Director who had been press secretary for the Dept of Interior, and also secrved on Mitch McConnell's staff, said "no thank you" and resigned last Thursday

    Personal items of note:

    2016 - arrested for careless driving and operating an unsafe vehicle after rolling her truck off the side of the road; she decided not to show up for court, and was booked again before pleading guilty to the unsafe vehicle charge

    2015 - disorderly conduct at a music festival, for interfering with the arrests of minors caught drinking alcohol, and suggesting to them that they just run off; she missed 2 court appearances for this one as well, and was arrested again later that year

    2010 - arrested and plead guilty to "dog at large" after her pit bulls attacked a neighbor's dog

    2004 - 3rd degree assault, criminal mischief, and underage drinking of her own, based on the police report of her trashing her future husband's residence and scratching his face and chest (see below for reason behind her behavior)

    2004 (January) - future husband was arrested for exposing himself to women at a bowling alley (plead guilty to public indecency and lewd behavior)

    2004 (February) - future husband was booked for domestic violence against her (her revenge resulted in the 3rd degree assault against her above)

    The lovebirds married in 2005.

    She was elected in November 2020.

    this nut job ^ and the Greene lady from North Carloina??..wow!...the Republicans picked two winners!!

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  8. 1 hour ago, Newbie said:

    Just wondering if the polls were run by faceplantbook. 🤓 Censorship can do some funny things to the numbers , 🧐 like say even when the potus is being crucified in the press you could probably get away with showing support anyway and just claim good citizenship etc.    but when the populist politician is not seen to be in power... public responses are going to change. 

    Now there is really nothing wrong in what you say,  unless you are trying to insinuate that somehow this impeachment “got him this time “, or that anything has really changed much 🍪

    It was a Pew poll...No conspiracy needed to be invented...so our poor POTUS has been crucified huh??...any idea why??...does starting a riot that left 5 people dead have anything to do with the media "crucifying" on him??...🤡

  9. 1 hour ago, Newbie said:

    Fify👍

     

    Ps.  Still have not heard you condemn antifa 🐜 for their role in instigating those capitol riots.  That was wrong of them wasn’t it 🍿

     

    btw you keep screwing up,. There you go 

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    Antifa was behind the Capital riots??..who told you that??....Trump?..Rudy?..Sidney??....so all those people with their MAGA hats and Trump flags were REALLY Antifa huh?!?...LOL..  what % were Antifa??....LOL...SILLY 🤡

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  10. 54 minutes ago, Newbie said:

    Great job  👍 now address the illegal actions and political spying the likes of which gets people removed from office like Nixon watergate type  spying 🕵️

    You don’t want to forget that part 🤓

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    spying??..LOL..yea...sure Troll....we all know what happened...Stone talked with Guificer (Jullian Assiange) who got stolen info. from mother Russia (Podesda e-mails) and released them prior to the election...he lied about his knowledge and contacts with Assiange so he got convicted but didn't rat Trump out so he got/earned his pardon...mother Russia helped Trump get elected....Putin said so himself...silly 🤡

  11. 46 minutes ago, Newbie said:

    You mean you think nothing of the fact that all your arguments for the last several years were actual lies and fake news 🤓 so trying to claim “too late now “ is some sort of solace for you? 🤪

    maybe you could explain that in your own words just a little bit better 🤣

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    fake news huh??..how many people were arrested and indicated...34ish??..Russians...Stone...Flynn...Papadopolis...Maniford...all the clowns that all lied and protected Trump...and then got pardoned...and then we have silly Trumpers like you who say..Russia..Russia...Russia....and you're....WRONG...WRONG...WRONG...once again..🤡

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  12. 1 hour ago, Newbie said:

    You still spamming your newspaper 📰 poll theory of how you think things should be run 🏃‍♀️ or are you just trying to distract everyone from seeing 👀 the declassification of your Russiagate  bs 🧐

    apparently there were some laws broken...🧐

     

    LOL..poll theory??..the theory is you don't like most polls (like most Trumpers) because they don't make your boy look good...sounds like a good theory to me,,,Russiagate?..LOL...too little...too late..🙄

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  13. With partial blame for the Capitol attack, majority favors barring Trump from office

    GARY LANGER
    Fri, January 15, 2021, 6:00 AM
     
     

    Nine in 10 Americans oppose the Jan. 6 attack on the U.S. Capitol, seven in 10 say Donald Trump bears at least some responsibility for it and a majority in a new ABC News/Washington Post poll – 56% – favors efforts in Congress to bar him from holding elected office again.

    Fifty-four percent in the national survey also say Trump should be charged criminally with inciting a riot for having encouraged his supporters to march on the Capitol. More, 66%, say he has behaved irresponsibly, more broadly, in his statements and actions since the election.

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    PHOTO: Trump supporters clash with police and security forces as they push barricades to storm theCapitol in Washington D.C on Jan. 6, 2021. (Roberto Schmidt/AFP via Getty Images)
    PHOTO: Trump supporters clash with police and security forces as they push barricades to storm theCapitol in Washington D.C on Jan. 6, 2021. (Roberto Schmidt/AFP via Getty Images)

    Half the public, 51%, say the events of the past week in Washington, D.C., left them less confident in the stability of democracy in the United States. That said, just 20% are pessimistic about the future of the U.S. system of government, about the average in polling back to the 1970s.

    See PDF for full results, charts and tables.

    Further, while Trump’s claims of widespread fraud have raised fears he would undermine confidence in U.S. elections, Americans by 2-1, 62-31%, see no solid evidence for these claims. And the public by 63-36% expresses confidence in the electoral system overall. At the same time, confidence in the electoral system dives to 35% among Republicans, and, following their leader’s line, 65% of Republicans say they think there’s solid evidence of fraud.

    MORE: Trump has longstanding history of calling elections 'rigged' if he doesn’t like the results

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    The poll, produced for ABC by Langer Research Associates, finds Trump leaving office with a 38% job approval rating; 60% disapprove, matching (but not exceeding) his peak disapproval in August 2018. His career average approval rating is the lowest for any president in modern polling, back to 1939, and he is the first president in that time never to achieve majority approval at any point.

    Fifty-nine percent expect him to be seen in history as a below-average president, including nearly half, 48%, who rate his tenure as “poor,” the most in polling dating to Gerald Ford in 1976. As noted, 56% favor Congress removing him from the presidency and barring him from holding elected office again – exceeding the 47% who supported his removal from office in his first impeachment last year.

    Looking ahead, Americans by a wide margin say Republican officials should lead the party in a different direction rather than follow Trump’s leadership, 69-26%. But just among Republicans, a majority, 60%, wants to continue to follow Trump -- sharply fewer than in the past (83% in a similar question in 2018), but still marking the risk of a Trump/no Trump schism within the party.

    PHOTO: Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene speaks during debate ahead of the House vote on impeachment against President Donald Trump, while wearing a mask that reads, 'censored,' in the House Chamber of the U.S. Capitol in Washington, D.C., Jan. 13, 2021. (House TV via Reuters)
    PHOTO: Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene speaks during debate ahead of the House vote on impeachment against President Donald Trump, while wearing a mask that reads, 'censored,' in the House Chamber of the U.S. Capitol in Washington, D.C., Jan. 13, 2021. (House TV via Reuters)

    Indeed, while 52% of all Americans say Republican leaders who supported Trump’s effort to overturn the election “went too far,” just 16% of Republicans say so, compared with 81% of Democrats and 54% of independents. And Trump maintains a 79% job approval rating in his own party, with 64% approving strongly.

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    MORE: Trump entertains desperate schemes to overturn election

    The challenge for the Republicans, in what may or not be their post-Trump era, is how to straddle that continued in-party approval for the president with views outside the base. Among the predominant political group, independents -- often swing voters -- approval of Trump plummets to 35%, with 62% disapproving.

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    The riot

    Given the sharp differences on most political issues between partisan groups, one result in the survey stands out for its level of agreement: Eighty-nine percent of Americans oppose the actions of the people who stormed the Capitol, including 80% who are strongly opposed. Eight percent are in support, with strong support at 5%.

    Support for those who stormed the Capitol reaches 15% among conservatives and Republicans alike, and 19% among people who approve of Trump’s job performance. Still, even among Trump approvers, 76% are opposed, including 60% strongly opposed.

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    Partisan and ideological gaps widen on other issues. Sixty-six percent of Republicans think Trump has acted responsibly since the election; 26% of independents and 5% of Democrats agree. Similarly, 65% of Republicans think there is solid evidence for Trump’s claims of voter fraud, falling to three in 10 independents and 4% of Democrats.

    MORE: Armed protests being planned at all 50 state capitols, FBI bulletin says

    When it comes to the events of the past week, 42% of Republicans think Trump bears at least some responsibility for the attack on the U.S. Capitol; that rises sharply to 72% of independents and 93% of Democrats. Many fewer Republicans, 12%, think Congress should remove Trump from office and disqualify him from holding elected office in the future, vs. nearly six in 10 independents and nine in 10 Democrats.

    PHOTO: Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi drops the gavel after the House of Representatives voted to impeach President Donald Trump for a second time, in the U.S. Capitol, Jan. 13, 2021. (House Television)
    PHOTO: Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi drops the gavel after the House of Representatives voted to impeach President Donald Trump for a second time, in the U.S. Capitol, Jan. 13, 2021. (House Television)

    In terms of Trump’s legacy, three in 10 conservatives and a quarter of Republicans think he’ll go down in history as a below average president. That compares with 60% of independents, 71% of moderates, 86% of liberals and 89% of Democrats.

    Even with his comparatively higher support among Republicans, fewer respondents report having voted for Trump than actually did in November, suggesting that some one-time supporters are shying away from him -- further evidenced by 19% disapproval in his own party, near his career high. Indeed, in recalled vote, Trump’s support is comparatively low among non-conservative Republicans, who also are more critical than their conservative counterparts of his post-election actions. (Note, though, that the sample size of non-conservative Republicans is a small one; 72% of Republicans identify themselves as conservatives.)

    Those who report having voted for Trump two and a half months ago, by contrast, by and large are not expressing buyer’s remorse: Ninety-one percent in this group say if the election were rerun today, they’d vote for him again.

    Approval

    Trump’s approval rating is down 6 points from the last national ABC/Post poll in October. In contrast, most recent outgoing presidents have seen a bump in approval in their final days -- +5 points for Barack Obama in the last ABC/Post survey of his presidency, +5 for Bill Clinton and +7 for George Bush. Approval of George W. Bush, struggling with economic crisis and the unpopular war in Iraq, was just +3 points from December 2008, but +10 from the previous October.

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    Several elements of Trump’s closing approval rating stand out:

    • Disapproval among whites, 52%, matches the high in this group (from August 2017), and 49% of whites disapprove strongly, a record high. Disapproval grows to 75% among Hispanics and 89% among Black people.

    • Sixty-eight percent of women disapprove of Trump’s job performance, matching the high (also in August 2017), compared with 52% of men. This includes 56% disapproval among non-college educated white women, an important part of Trump’s coalition; in the ABC News exit poll, 63% of them supported him for reelection just in November.

    • Approval of Trump’s work in office is at record lows among seniors (37% approve) and higher-income Americans (33%). Approval among suburban residents, a sharply contested political group, is down 11 points from October, to 38%.

    Whatever Trump’s role in the nation’s political future, the results make clear that his presidency -- and especially the events of last week -- have left deep divisions, not only in political attitudes, but also in views of American democracy. While, as noted, just 20% are outright pessimistic about the U.S. system of government, only 30% are optimistic -- near the low, and well off the average in polls back 46 years, 43%. The plurality, 48%, is uncertain.

    PHOTO: President Donald Trump sits in the presidential limo as he departs the White House for Capitol Hill, where he will deliver his second State of the Union speech, on Feb. 5, 2019 in Washington, D.C. (Pool/Getty Images)
    PHOTO: President Donald Trump sits in the presidential limo as he departs the White House for Capitol Hill, where he will deliver his second State of the Union speech, on Feb. 5, 2019 in Washington, D.C. (Pool/Getty Images)

    Methodology

    This ABC News/Washington Post poll was conducted by landline and cellular telephone Jan. 10-13, 2021, in English and Spanish, among a random national sample of 1,002 adults. Results have a margins of sampling error of 3.5 percentage points, including design effects. Partisan divisions are 31-25-36%, Democrats-Republicans-independents.

    The survey was produced for ABC News by Langer Research Associates of New York, N.Y., with sampling and data collection by Abt Associates of Rockville, Md. See details on the survey’s methodology here.

  14. Trump Jr wanted for questioning by DC attorney general over alleged inaugural funds abuse

     
     
    Tom Embury-Dennis
    Fri, January 15, 2021, 4:39 AM
     
     
    (BRENDAN SMIALOWSKI/AFP via Getty Images)
    (BRENDAN SMIALOWSKI/AFP via Getty Images)

    Donald Trump Jr is wanted for questioning as part of an investigation into the alleged misuse of his father’s 2017 presidential inauguration funds.

    Washington DC attorney general Karl Racine said Mr Trump Jr had been notified of the request, which was sent after new evidence emerged in court filings earlier this week.

    They allege that the Presidential Inaugural Committee “improperly wasted its fund” when it paid almost $50,000 (£37,000) to the Loews Madison for a block of hotel rooms on behalf of the Trump Organization.

    The reservation was arranged by Mr Trump Jr’s personal assistant, the court filings claim, and the rooms appeared to have been given to a personal friend of the president’s eldest son.

    - ADVERTISEMENT -The incident emerged as part of the DC attorney general’s wider probe into the alleged misuse of more than $1 million (£733,000) by the Presidential Inaugural Committee, which is accused of “grossly overpaying” for event space at the Trump International Hotel in DC during the inauguration.

    In January the attorney general’s office announced it was suing the committee and the Trump Organization over the payments.

    Mr Racine told CNN on Thursday he was “extremely confident” Mr Trump Jr and the wider Trump family had broken the law.

    “We’re before a court and at the end of the day the court will decide, but the evidence is clear. The Trump business and the Trump family used the not-for-profit to profit themselves,” Mr Racine said.

    “That’s why the presidential inauguration commission paid so much money for rooms and event space that were far above market rate during the inauguration, and that’s why we just amended our complaint to include that Donald Trump Jr’s good friend essentially had a free set of rooms for a period of time during the inauguration for no good not-for-profit purpose.

    “That’s not consistent with the law, that’s why we’re going to pursue that.”

    The Trump Organisation has been contacted for comment.

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  15. 32 minutes ago, Mag44 said:

    66, Your a good guy...Hopefully, you and yours get the Vaccine..

    Thanks pal...I hope I'm able to get it..things are looking fuzzy now with the number of vaccines N.Y. is getting...let's see what happens...glad to hear you got yours!

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