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    Kemp Leads Abrams By 7%, Warnock Leads Walker By 3% in GA

    So we received a call to our home last night from Public Policy Polling who is apparently doing a poll on the gubernatorial race for Maryland. Not sure if it will be public or not, but if so, usually PPP releases them a few days after the polls are complete.

    Meanwhile in Georgia, we have a new poll from Fabrizio Ward & Impact Research that shows voters might be splitting their tickets, giving Republican Brian Kemp a healthy lead over Stacey Abrams while in turn putting Raphael Warnock up on Trump-endorsed Herschel Walker.

    GOVERNOR – GEORGIA (FW&IR)
    Brian Kemp (R-inc) 52%
    Stacey Abrams (D) 45%

    US SENATE – GEORGIA (FW&IR)
    Raphael Warnock (D-inc) 50%
    Herschel Walker (R) 47%

    This poll was done July 5-11 among 1197 likely voters.

    Posted by Dave at 10:33 pm
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    187 Responses to “Kemp Leads Abrams By 7%, Warnock Leads Walker By 3% in GA”

    1. Cash Cow TM says:

      Frist.

    2. NYCmike says:

      ” I would love to spend a week somewhere like that in January.”

      -You were all speaking about weather earlier.

      San Diego is probably the best, IF you like it one way all year round, Hot & Sunny.

      For me, the best and most consistent sleeping weather was, hands down, San Francisco.

      Never went below 40 at night, but always dropped to at least 65. Always used a comforter, NEVER used an A.C., absolutely perfect sleeping weather.

      That said, be prepared to freeze your ass off in certain neighborhoods in the summer!! 🙂

    3. NYCmike says:

      For all of Robbie’s wishful thinking, if McConnell has that much money to spend this fall, Republicans will do well if they keep it close until then, and most races look to be pretty winnable.

    4. NYCmike says:

      Quick question: How is Youngkin, Sears & Miyares doing down in VA? Are they keeping promises and getting things done?

      If YES, would Youngkin be a good VP candidate, for either Trump and/or Desantis?

      Then both Sears and Miyares could move up to the higher slot, and hopefully keep turning VA around to the more conservative side…….

    5. NYCmike says:

      https://whatthehellisgoingon.substack.com/p/wth-happened-to-boris-johnson

      “Another key point about the Johnson term: He didn’t govern like a conservative. When you pull the proverbial lever for a candidate on the right, you expect him to, you know, be on the right. But the UK is laboring under higher taxes (the highest in half a century), labor unrest, green new deal style edicts etc. And no one wanted Alexandria Ocasio Cortez’s politics without the winning smile… We jest, but not much.”

    6. NYCmike says:

      http://soopermexican.com/2022/07/13/california-law-is-screwing-over-75000-truckers-and-will-make-inflation-worse-while-dems-are-tanking/

      -In my small business,I have spoken with AT LEAST 20 truckers who stated they no longer service California, that the restrictions and mandates were simply not worth it anymore. We now ship most loads to the West Coast to OR and WA.

      Wondering if I should have set up a trucking/warehousing operation in Oregon 5 years ago……..

    7. Bitterlaw says:

      I read Tgca’s weather summary for where he lives on the last thread. I’m glad he likes it. I would not.

      I would rather endure a 2 day blizzard than a hurricane.

    8. NYCmike says:

      Bitterlaw,

      My wife will read your book soon. I am trying to see if the fact that I know what you are like if that makes the book funnier/sadder/more poignant than if the person does not know you. I’ll let you know what she says.

    9. Bitterlaw says:

      NYC – I appreciate any feedback you and your wife want to share. Good and bad. There are no GFYs in the book.

    10. NYCmike says:

      https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fne2O6mtUFc

      -DeSantis in 2018, when Robbie was saying he was a loser.

      The more I see of him, the more I like him.

      While I would rather not have any contest between Trump and DeSantis, I do know this – Trump better make sure to be respectful of this guys record, because unlike other politicians he has campaigned against, DeSantis has pushed rock-solid, no-holds-barred conservative policies without apology.

      Its a tough decision to make, but I am glad to have at least 2 top-tier viable candidates!

    11. jason says:

      ason says:
      July 15, 2022 at 7:50 am

      Of the 600+ posts on the previous thread, 60 were from Amoral Scumbag.

      1) Attacking R candidates on the ballot – 60%
      2) Attacking Trump – 20%
      3) Attacking pollsters that don’t fit his narrative – 10%
      4) Attacking me -10%
      5) Attacking Biden – 0%
      6) Attacking D candidates on the ballot – 0%
      7) Attacking Biden’s disastrous policies – 0%

    12. jason says:

      Further breakdown of Amoral Scumbag posts.

      1) Quoting left wing MSM propaganda 70%
      2) Quoting Never Trumper scumbags 30%

    13. Phil says:

      My favorite was his quoting this Ty Cobb character that Trump had appointed to the Special Counsel’s who had no Republican ties, was a pal of Al Franken’s and was quoted as saying the Mueller investigation was “not a witch-hunt”. The guy now doesn’t like Trump and that’s supposed to mean something.

      You can’t make this stuff up.

    14. Phil says:

      I like DeSantis more and more each day. He’s a kick ass governor and would make a terrific president. Hopefully, Trump doesn’t revert back to his sometimes crappy political instincts and try to Jeb Bush Governor DeSantis. That would be really stupid, but sometimes the guy simply can’t help himself. We’ve seen it time and again so I’m not optimistic.

    15. SoHope says:

      DeSantis is a MFing rock star. Everyone in the GOP knows it. I see the Trumpsters that stick with Trump as their preferred candidate make the argument that Trump in 2024 and DeSantis 4 years later. I think there are a lot of persuadable Trumpsters that would turn if Trump went scorched Earth first on DeSantis.

    16. SoHope says:

      Personally I like my presidental candidates that don’t lose elections to a senile houseplant.

    17. jason says:

      Trump finally catches a break.

      “It seems odd that Manchin would choose as his legacy to be the one man who single-handedly doomed humanity,” said John Podesta, a former senior counselor to President Barack Obama and founder of the Center for American Progress, a left-leaning think tank.”

    18. jason says:

      I think there are a lot of persuadable Trumpsters that would turn if Trump went scorched Earth first on DeSantis.”

      And a lot of persuadable Trumpsters that would turn against DeSantis if he went scorched Earth on Trump.

      I really don’t think that is a fight we want to have.

      DeSantis need the Trump base to win. Period. Anyone who thinks he doesn’t is a moron.

    19. jason says:

      DeSantis is a MFing rock star. Everyone in the GOP knows it.”

      I think everyone in the GOP likes him, except for the Never Trumpers.

      Not everyone in the GOP is convinced he can win a GE.

    20. SoHope says:

      Obviously it’s optimal if there isn’t a trump DeSantis battle but Trump has avoided any criticism of DeSantis and has publicly said he has a good relationship with him. I’m pretty sure that’s because Trump knows that there would be some blowback on him if he went after DeSantis who has been nothing but an incredible governor.

    21. Phil says:

      You’d like to think so.

    22. Tina says:

      Wtf?

      Biden Tells Story About Nurses Rubbing His Face and Whispering in His Ear During Remarks at Hospital in East Jerusalem

      https://www.thegatewaypundit.com/2022/07/biden-tells-story-nurses-rubbing-face-whispering-ear-remarks-hospital-east-jerusalem-video/#disqus_thread

    23. Gordon Allen says:

      Not everyone is convinced trump can win one in 2024, having already lost one to the weakest democrat candidate in memory, having barely won against a very unpopular one in 2016; he has a lower ceiling than any plausible GOP candidate except a Washington insider one. A candidate with basic Trump policy approaches, with a tough hide, but without the perceived Trump personality flaws will win; younger too.

    24. Tina says:

      The Ray Epps story is strange.

      The cryer and loon love this person. Yet, he is on several videos staring to storm the capitol on j6. He also coordinates with look out tower guy on the capitol grounds. He breached the steps.

      Yet, he is not in jail?

      https://twitter.com/ColumbiaBugle/status/1547743973506043911

    25. Tina says:

      The issues with Ray Epps leave me to believe that he was a Federsl asset. Likely a Fib asset.

      Epps is a trump supporter who does not bother to go to trumps speech on j6. Yet, he heads straight to the Capitol grounds.

      Yet, the joke 6 commission refuses to him goes Gaga over him, like a new puppy?

    26. Tina says:

      It is strange that “trump supporter” Ray Epps travels from Arizona to DC and does not bother to attend Trumps speech on J6.

      He goes to the Capitol and was caught on tape the night before pe begging folks to go to breach the capitol.

    27. Tina says:

      62 Rs in the house voted for it last night btw.

      Quote Tweet

      U.S. Tech Workers
      @USTechWorkers
      · 15h
      Breaking: An amendment to the NDAA spending bill which would provide amnesty privileges for children of foreign visa workers has passed the House.

    28. Gordon Allen says:

      Trump’s “base” aren’t personal property of his. They are most certainly transferable to someone with similar positions, attitudes, and expressed values.
      The Biden leftism/wokeism has made sure of that.
      Their there for the taking, Trump or no Trump.

    29. Tina says:

      Yikes, get him off the international stage.

      “I swallowed my saliva wrong.” Wtf.

      https://www.thegatewaypundit.com/2022/07/joe-biden-gets-lost-leaving-stage-coughing-fit-video/

    30. Tgca says:

      Thwee THEERWO Bishes!

      Thwee THEERWO I thay!

    31. Gordon Allen says:

      I didn’t like Manchins comments today.
      Sounds like he’s playing both ends against the middle , and is not firmly against Schumers Bill after all

    32. Tina says:

      Munchkin will do that.

    33. Tgca says:

      23. Gordy

      So if Trump, who by far got more votes than any GOP candidate ever, 12+ million more, could not beat Biden then that means no GOPer could beat Biden in 2020.

      That is the resulting logic from your post and that makes no sense to me since it does not take into consideration the fraud and shenanigans that occurred and would have still occurred, regardless of who the GOP nominee was in 2020.

      In other words, it was impossible to beat Biden in 2020 even though the GOP had 95% party support, increased Latino and AA support, etc. Biden was always going to win even though he was a weak candidate.

      I don’t but that. We know the voter fraud and election changes by states and courts changed the outcomes in key states that denied Trump a win. A switch of less than 100,000 votes would have changed the outcome of the election.

    34. Tgca says:

      20. SoHope

      I say it goes the other way as well, and to much greater depth. DeSantis would pretty much go into a nosedive if he came out criticizing Trump.

      Most DeSantis supporters are Trump supporters 1st and foremost. DeSantis needs them and he won’t get them if he criticizes Trump.

      It would be like Joe Biden criticizing Obama and expecting to getting Obama’s supporters behind him. It won’t happen across the board. Many supporters would be lost.

      Trump has a much stronger connection to the GOP base then DeSantis at this time, as well as those disenfranchised Reagan Dems types. Remember, over 2/3 of the GOP feels the election was stolen from Trump and they have been loyal to Trump for that.

    35. Tgca says:

      18

      I agree with Jadon but I don’t need to stoop to the level of calling people a moron to make my point.

      I would just say that if you can’t see that DeSantis needs Trump voters, than you’re a complete Fother Mucking Idiot that should be removed from the gene pool.

    36. Tgca says:

      If Trump and DeSantis are both in the Floreedah primary in 2024, Trump gets my vote.

      That is also the case for other Trump supporters I know here.

      To paraphrase a quote from one of America’s greatest cinematic achievements.

      Don’t make me choose. Because it’ll be Trump. It’s always been Trump.

      https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=y2GXMvX3b-0

    37. jason says:

      candidate with basic Trump policy approaches, with a tough hide, but without the perceived Trump personality flaws will win; younger too.”

      “Trump’s “base” aren’t personal property of his. They are most certainly transferable to someone with similar positions, attitudes, and expressed values.”

      I keep hearing this, but there is no evidence of it.

      And Trump’s base is not easily “transferable” that is a load of BS. If it was that easy Rs wouldn’t have lost so many elections,.

      If you want Trump’s base, you are going to have to earn it.

      “Easily transferable” my ass.

    38. jason says:

      I would just say that if you can’t see that DeSantis needs Trump voters, than you’re a complete Fother Mucking Idiot that should be removed from the gene pool.”

      Give Neville Allen a break, not everyone is at the top of the gene pool.

    39. jason says:

      If Trump and DeSantis are both in the Floreedah primary in 2024, Trump gets my vote.

      That is also the case for other Trump supporters I know here.”

      IF I voted in PA and the primary was today, I would also vote for Trump too as the known quantity.

      I reserve the right to change my mind on who I would theoretically vote for in the future.

    40. SanDiegoCitizen says:

      2024 National Republican Primary Poll:
      Trump 47% (+16)
      DeSantis 31%

      @YouGovAmerica/@Yahoos
      488 RV ~ 7/8-7/11
      https://news.yahoo.com/poll-just-18-o

    41. SanDiegoCitizen says:

      2024 Texas Republican Primary Poll:

      Trump 45%
      DeSantis 26%
      Pence 6%
      Cruz 5%
      Haley 5%
      Abbott 4%
      Youngkin 0%
      .
      Without Trump:
      DeSantis 56%
      Cruz 12%
      Pence 8%
      Abbott 8%
      Haley 5%
      Youngkin 1%

      @CWS_Research/@DefendTXLiberty
      1,918 LV ~ 7/9-7/10
      https://drive.google.com/file/d/1eNg8qDs0MpbzlQKqdwTXPrgzM4dSdL4N/view?usp=drivesdk

    42. SoHope says:

      In the event that DeSantis runs Trumps numbers will either shrink or stay the same. DeSantis will go up once he actually is running and people know him. Who attacks first is important. If DeSantis attacked first it could go badly. If Trump attacks first then DeSantis has justification.

    43. SoHope says:

      Florida 2024 Primary
      Blueprint Polling

      DeSantis 50.9%
      Trump 38.6%

    44. Tgca says:

      It doesn’t matter who attacks 1st.

      If DeSantis ends up challenging Trump, he will lose a certain percentage of GOP support as well as most of the disenfranchised Dems and minorities Trump brought into the party.

    45. SanDiegoCitizen says:

      43. Blueprint polling is a partisan liberal polling firm; their polling has zero credibility. Check their website.

    46. SoHope says:

      I don’t buy it Tgca…2 years is a long time in politics. Trump is getting sore loser retread vibes and Biden has given the electorate a reason to vote against Dems in the general. I see Trump losing to California Ken Doll. DeSantis on the other hand…Make America Florida.

    47. SanDiegoCitizen says:

      45. “Blueprint Polling
      @blueprintpoll
      Last week, we polled Republican voters in Florida to gather insights about the 2024 Presidential election. We found that even with a strong embrace of Trump’s Big Lie, fealty to the former President did not automatically follow.”

    48. SanDiegoCitizen says:

      46. The “California Ken Doll” has so many skeletons in his closet, it will make for a Halloween fright show The California press covers it up — the conservative portion of the national press won’t.

    49. SoHope says:

      Skeletons in the closet…as opposed to Biden?

    50. SoHope says:

      Truth be told in the event of a Trump v DeSantis, Trump has room to drop… DeSantis has room to rise.

    51. SanDiegoCitizen says:

      I would strongly prefer DeSantis be the Republican candidate, but at this point Trump likely has the nomination if he wants it. Trump’s economic policies are badly missed. I will put up with Trump’s eccentricities to get them back. Plus, Trump is unafraid to face down the leftist crazies.

    52. SanDiegoCitizen says:

      49. Yes, major skeletons — including why Newsom periodically disappears for periods of time.

    53. jason says:

      If DeSantis ends up challenging Trump, he will lose a certain percentage of GOP support as well as most of the disenfranchised Dems and minorities”

      Yep, that is very obvious. DeSantis does not automatically inherit Trump’s base, you read it here first.

    54. Tgca says:

      What is DeSantis going to do when Trump holds his large rallies in Floreedah trashing DeSantis if things get personal?

      You think DeSantis can compete with Trump in rallies? Not even close. What if Trump does this in every state?

      The MSM will divide the GOP over this in-fighting and it will drive down voters for the eventual GOP nominee. I personally would not be energized to vote for a primary candidate who went s or he’d earth on my candidate.

    55. Tgca says:

      46. SoHope

      The polls show more people support Trump today on the insurrection BS than 1st believed in 2021.

      The WI Supreme Court just determined part of the voting process in 2020 was illegal and we know that probably cost Trump WI.

      As time passes, more and more info comes out to support Trump’s initial position the election was stolen. If the GOP takes over the House, they will further investigate and dump more evidence that was withheld to strengthen Trump’s view.

      In addition, Trumps popularity has increased and more voters across party lines show they have buyers remorse with Biden.

      Trump is being rehabilitated and that is why the J6 wants to get him prosecuted to keep him from running again.

      So I say Trump is in a much better position to run now then he was a year ago.

    56. Tgca says:

      Trump is a known quantity. People would gladly go back to his annoying tweets and fights with the MSM to return to the stability under his leadership.

      Dems want CRT, transgenderism forced on all aspects of our lives, inflation, exporting certain American jobs and importing and displacing American workers where they can, open borders, defunding policemen, ABORTION on demand up to and including after birth, reparations, etc…

      The list goes on and on about the fundamental differences of where Dems, including Newsom and Kamala want to take the country.

      I bet folks will go with Trump on this including the Indys.

    57. SoHope says:

      They didn’t in 2020

    58. Tina says:

      InteractivePolls
      @IAPolls2022
      BIDEN APPROVAL HITS NEW LOW

      Biden Job Approval
      Approve 32%
      Disapprove 45%

      Harris Job Approval
      Approve 34%
      Disapprove 43%

      2024 Presidential GE
      (R) Trump 43% (+2)
      (D) Biden 41%

      (R) Trump 43% (+4)
      (D) Harris 39%

      @RedfieldWilton
      / 1,078 LV / 07/09

    59. Tina says:

      The fraud, Meijer, is in trouble.

      InteractivePolls
      @IAPolls2022
      ·
      38m
      ? NEW MICHIGAN 03 POLL by
      @BigDataPoll

      GOP PRIMARY
      John Gibbs 46%
      Peter Meijer 28%

      GENERAL ELECTION
      (R) John Gibbs 46% (+1)
      (D) Hilary Scholten 45%

      (D) Hilary Scholten 43% (+12)
      (R) Peter Meijer 31%

      Gibbs internal / 06/30-07/04 / D

    60. Tina says:

      Biden @ 29% approval

      Civiqs

    61. Sheeple,Jr. says:

      Robbie, Robbie, Robbie, when do you join in the Party in Kentucky?

      https://twitter.com/joesonka/status/1547937542204297221

    62. Tgca says:

      SoHope

      2022 is NOT 2020. That’s why almost all polls show Trump would beat Biden or any Dem comfortably NOW.

      People have buyers remorse with Biden.

    63. Wobbles says:

      Robbie, Robbie, Robbie, when do you join in the Party in Kentucky?”

      I am not worried.

      A Democrat vote counts for 2 Republican votes

    64. Wes says:

      LXIV

    65. Tina says:

      Governor Nuissance said that we are in free in Ca.

      Yet, Los Angeles, just implemented an indoor mask requirement.

      Can he explain?

    66. Tgca says:

      Is that Quasimodo or Nancy Pelosi?

      Esmeraldaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaa!

      https://citizenfreepress.com/wp-content/uploads/2022/06/pelosi-eye.jpg

    67. Tgca says:

      66

      Sanctuary!

      SANCTUARY!

    68. Tina says:

      Judge Mehta is a leftist lunatic, and still sees that Navarros arrest is problematic,

      https://www.politico.com/news/2022/07/15/judge-questions-feds-tactics-in-navarro-arrest-00046085

    69. Tgca says:

      87% of Great Britain is white and the reporter complains about the English female soccer team lacking racial diversity as too white.

      I don’t understand why Kenya’s soccer team lacks diversity and all its team members are black.

      …and where’s the trannies on the Kenya team?

      https://citizenfreepress.com/breaking/bbc-says-british-womens-soccer-team-is-too-white/

    70. Tgca says:

      Cornyn has 36% approval rating in TX. I assume demographically that breaks down into 90% Latino support and 0% all other groups support since Latinos make up 40% of electorate.

      https://www.breitbart.com/politics/2022/07/13/poll-john-cornyns-approval-rating-at-36-among-texas-republicans-following-gun-control-legislation/

    71. Tgca says:

      Texas LatinX love Cornyn and hate Trump!

    72. Tom says:

      My concerns with the 2024 election (and this November also) is that none of the election fraud issues have been resolve or corrected, the Wisconsin SC ruling notwithstanding. So what’s to stop the Dems from doing all over again?

    73. SoHope says:

      He lost in 2020 but I promise he won’t lose again in 2024….proof is hes beating President Houseplant by 3 points. Houseplant won’t run again and it will likely be Newsom or some “moderate” governor like Cooper or Polis. If Trump is capable of not losing this time against Biden are we sure he can win beyond the MoF against a “fresh face” that the media will be orgasmic for? I think DeSantis is the perfect counter.

    74. Tom says:

      “it all over again?”

    75. SoHope says:

      On the bright side if the Dems “steal” the 2024 election from Trump he’ll be able to sell twice as many Stop the Steal MAGA shirts. Merchandising! MAGA-the T-shirt, MAGA-the Coloring Book, MAGA-the Lunch box, MAGA-the Breakfast Cereal, MAGA-the Flame Thrower!

    76. Robbie says:

      Tom LoBianco
      @tomlobianco
      Tucker Carlson, who has flatly said he doesn’t want to run in 2024, opens by citing spending 2000 in Iowa w/ his then-young child and mentioning he may have done the “full Grassley” … he’s also talking up his connections to Iowa, which is, well, very #2024

      – Would Putin be his running mate?

    77. Robbie says:

      Sheeple,Jr. says:
      July 15, 2022 at 2:45 pm
      Robbie, Robbie, Robbie, when do you join in the Party in Kentucky?

      – I registered as a Republican in Kentucky when I turned 18 in 1995.

    78. Robbie says:

      NYCmike says:
      July 14, 2022 at 11:35 pm
      For all of Robbie’s wishful thinking, if McConnell has that much money to spend this fall, Republicans will do well if they keep it close until then, and most races look to be pretty winnable

      – At a certain point, money loses its importance if both candidates are well funded. Amy McGrath had more money than McConnell in 2020 and it didn’t matter.

      The time for McConnell to spend his money was in the primaries. He could have neutered a lot of the kooks and crappy candidates. That’s how Romney won the 2012 primary. Unfortunately, McConnell didn’t and now the party is stuck with several turds.

    79. Robbie says:

      Phil says:
      July 15, 2022 at 8:58 am
      My favorite was his quoting this Ty Cobb character that Trump had appointed to the Special Counsel’s who had no Republican ties, was a pal of Al Franken’s and was quoted as saying the Mueller investigation was “not a witch-hunt”. The guy now doesn’t like Trump and that’s supposed to mean something.

      You can’t make this stuff up.

      – You circus clowns spent 2018 telling me Ty Cobb was a super lawyer.

      Well, the super lawyer doesn’t like your guy MAGA daddy.

      It’s yet another example of MAGA daddy hiring someone who didn’t stay loyal to him.

      Maybe you ought to ask yourself why so many people who come in contact with your guy, MAGA daddy, end up hating him?

    80. Transparent Dem Troll says:

      A California Judge has just issued several rulings that will impact the fall NFL football season.

      1) Teams are no longer permitted to have any mascot names as these are offensive. Teams will be distinguished by alphabetic letters from a variety of languages to achieve the needed diversity.

      2) Terms like “player,” “quarterback” or “kicker” may be harmful and cause other participants to commit suicide over the distress caused by lack of inclusion into a perceived limited classification. Going forward all participants will be called “people participating in the football event.”

      3) Teams will no longer be allowed to field only muscular people who do not menstruate. Beginning with the fall season, each NFL Team must field an equal percentage of people participating in the football event among the growing category of LBGQ+ categories, including those of non-binary gender, as well as people who menstruate and are capable of giving birth. Furthermore, teams must field people participating in the football event who have a wide variety of disabilities including but not limited to, people with vision impairment, people with paralysis, people with eating disorders, and people with muscular atrophy.

      So I can hear Al Michaels this fall, “We expect a great game tonight between team Beta and team X. Team X has recently shown great improvement among some of their people participating in the football event…..and so here is the kickoff, the person participating in the football event kicks the ball and we are under way. It is caught at the 10 yard line by the person participating in the football event who runs it up to the 25 yard line where the person participating in the football event is tackled by the person participating in the football event. And so Team X has the ball, and the people participating in the football event for Team X have come on to the field…”

    81. Robbie says:

      jason says:
      July 15, 2022 at 12:51 pm
      “Trump’s “base” aren’t personal property of his. They are most certainly transferable to someone with similar positions, attitudes, and expressed values.”

      I keep hearing this, but there is no evidence of it.

      And Trump’s base is not easily “transferable” that is a load of BS. If it was that easy Rs wouldn’t have lost so many elections,.

      If you want Trump’s base, you are going to have to earn it.

      “Easily transferable” my ass.

      – This is one occasion where I agree with Jason fraud. Trump’s hardcore base isn’t easily transferrable because they’re little more than cultists for Donnie and Donnie alone.

      When MAGA daddy finally stops running for president in 2036 (maybe), his base full of moth breathing QAnon believers will go away.

    82. Robbie says:

      SanDiegoCitizen says:
      July 15, 2022 at 1:47 pm
      I would strongly prefer DeSantis be the Republican candidate, but at this point Trump likely has the nomination if he wants it.

      – Based on what? National polls that mostly measure name ID at this point? President Rudy Giuliani knows all too well the predictive power of national primary polls taken two years before a presidential vote is taken.

      Trump was commanding upwards of 80% in these same polls a year ago. Now, he’s at 50% without any campaign run against him by his fellow Republicans. It’s a clear sign he’s much weaker than he was in July 2021 and that’s likely to get weaker as candidates actually make their intentions known.

      Also, focus groups of Republican voters continue to say the same thing. While they like and appreciate Trump, they’re worn out on him and ready to move forward with a younger generation of candidates.

      Now, it’s also fair to say none of what voters feel right now will matter if no one of substance runs against the twice impeached buffoon. The only person who fits that bill is DeSantis. Neither Pompeo, Cotton, nor slippery Cruz can beat Trump.

      If Trump does get the nomination and loses the general, then we’ll get to go through this song and dance again in 2028 because Trump will claim the 2024 election was stolen as well. And for those who say he won’t run again in 2028, just two years ago everyone said there was no way Trump would run again in 2024 if he lost in 2020.

    83. Phil says:

      Al Franken’s pal didn’t end up liking Trump? The guy who didn’t believe the Russian collusion crap was a witch-hunt? Like I said. him dishing on Trump is supposed to mean something?

    84. Robbie says:

      Phil says:
      July 15, 2022 at 6:11 pm
      Al Franken’s pal didn’t end up liking Trump?

      – Hey, I’m just reminding everyone in this forum they thought Ty Cobb was a super lawyer. I certainly never thought, but it was the view of the forum.

      But if Trump only hires the best people, why did he end up hiring a friend of Al Franken? Why does he have a habit of hiring so many crappy people?

    85. Phil says:

      I would prefer DeSantis win the nomination but unlike Robbie I’ll support him through the general election. Also, unlike Robbie I won’t pull the lever for Newsome or whatever woke socialist Democrats throw out there in November.

    86. Tgca says:

      75

      Cool! I have all those MAGA collector items except the MAGA lunchbox. I need to get that one.

      I think Trump should sell autographed Melania topless posters too. Cut her in on a portion of the proceeds and I’m sure she’s game for it.

    87. Tgca says:

      81

      Why should Trump stop running for POTUS in 2036? He’ll only be 90. I’d still vote for Trump then.

    88. Tgca says:

      Robbie is gonna question Trump’s character?

      Wait to he finds out about Newsom.

      Newsom’s the guy that was screwing the wife of his good friend and campaign manager. After finding out, the campaign manager resigned and Newsom released a statement that he left for personal reasons and was sorry to see him go and would not answer any further inquires on the matter.

      Screwing your friend and campaign manager’s wife is like screwing your brother’s wife in my view. It’s a line you just don’t cross.

    89. Tina says:

      “The Wyoming poll found that the majority of voters disagreed with Cheney’s decision to serve on the Jan. 6 Committee (63%), and thought her opposition to Trump hurt her ability to represent Wyoming (61%). And 54% said Cheney’s service on the select committee investigating the Jan. 6 attacks made them less likely to vote for her.”

      It’s more than that. She is making witnesss lie, see Hutchinson. She is mentally unfit for officr.

      Of course, the Russian hoaxer fell for Hutchinson.

    90. Tgca says:

      90

      …and she fat too!

    91. Gordon Allen says:

      It’s really hard to argue against the premise that Trump was extraordinarily poor in his personnel selections. This is an important factor in evaluating executive performance.
      It is therefore remarkable that he was able to achieve what he did with so many ankle biters around.
      Having great policy prescriptions, and the energy and onions to force them through, is a vital imperative. And important to judging candidates.

    92. SanDiegoCitizen says:

      Here is Newsom sounding idiotic:

      “California Gov. Gavin Newsom said Friday in a television interview that he doesn’t “know enough” about the job performance of Los Angeles District Attorney George Gascon to determine if he’s doing a “good job.””

      Newsom made the statement during an interview with FOX 11 Los Angeles, and added that he’s “deeply concerned” with some of the criticism that Gascon has received.

      “Is he doing a good job?,” the governor was asked.

    93. SanDiegoCitizen says:

      88. Did Newsom use the “I was drunk” or high on drugs defense. Perhaps it’s time for another visit to the treatment facility

    94. NYCmike says:

      “– You circus clowns spent 2018 telling me Ty Cobb was a super lawyer.”

      -Show some comments that back this up, Robbie.

      I am interested to see who those “clowns” were.

      Maybe you were reading Walt’s comments about his favorite minor league team from his younger days……

      If you can’t show any such comments, consider that more proof of your character, or lack thereof.

    95. SanDiegoCitizen says:

      Question for Robbie: who was the better president? Trump or Biden?

    96. NYCmike says:

      “I can say nothing here but “Wow!”:”

      -The carrier pigeon finally arrived!

      Whoooooo! I thought the old bird got lost somewhere in West Virginia!

    97. NYCmike says:

      #97 – Brandon is gone?

    98. NYCmike says:

      C

    99. NYCmike says:

      Come on down, Kamala! You are the next contestant on The Price Is Going Up!

      No, no, no, Kamala, I say “Come on down, not Go Down!

    100. SanDiegoCitizen says:

      “Biden is dancing with a bleak bit of history: His approval rating of 39 percent1 is now the worst of any elected president at this point in his presidency since the end of World War II, according to FiveThirtyEight’s historical presidential approval data. In other words, Biden is arguably in worse shape than any other elected president heading into his first midterm election, including his four most recent predecessors, who, like Biden, were operating in an increasingly polarized political climate.”

    101. Tina says:

      Biden’s Beotch really likes to help Biden.

      The Associated Press
      @AP
      ·
      1h
      The White House has dropped plans to nominate Chad Meredith, an anti-abortion lawyer backed by Senate GOP leader Mitch McConnell, for a federal judgeship in Kentucky. McConnell and fellow Kentuckian Sen. Rand Paul were apparently split over the selection.

    102. Wes says:

      Tina, I’m failing to see your problem with McConnell on this. He recommended an anti-abortion lawyer, but the White House declined to pursue the nomination.

      What exactly did McConnell do wrong?

      Oh, wait. Gateway Pundit hates him; ergo, nothing he does is good enough for you.

    103. Robbie says:

      Phil says:
      July 15, 2022 at 6:15 pm
      I would prefer DeSantis win the nomination but unlike Robbie I’ll support him through the general election. Also, unlike Robbie I won’t pull the lever for Newsome or whatever woke socialist Democrats throw out there in November.

      – You’ve taken to lying about me just like Jason fraud. And it’s all because I never chose to bend my principles and support Trump like you did.

    104. Bitterlaw says:

      26. Zzzzzzz. If an FBI “asset” begged me to “breach the capitol” (Tina’s term), I would say “no.”

    105. Robbie says:

      Tgca says:
      July 15, 2022 at 6:45 pm
      Robbie is gonna question Trump’s character?

      Wait to he finds out about Newsom.

      – Since I’ll never vote for Newsom, it doesn’t matter what I find out about him.

      But you just keep pumping out your BS about me as well.

    106. Robbie says:

      SanDiegoCitizen says:
      July 15, 2022 at 9:22 pm
      Question for Robbie: who was the better president? Trump or Biden?

      – They’ve both been awful president for various reasons. It’s like asking me which is better: the plague or ebola.

      I’ve told you that many times, but you choose to ignore that and just ask me the same thing over and over.

      Maybe if I wrapped my response in the form of a Rasmussen poll you’d notice?

    107. Robbie says:

      Wes says:
      July 15, 2022 at 10:15 pm
      Tina, I’m failing to see your problem with McConnell on this. He recommended an anti-abortion lawyer, but the White House declined to pursue the nomination.

      What exactly did McConnell do wrong?

      – Rand Paul, a douche, torpedoed the nomination by refusing to return the blue slip. Paul wanted one of his cronies selected and Paul also holds a grudge against Meredith’s father, a state senator.

      But you’re right, since this doesn’t appear on the conspiratorial Gateway Pundit, Tinfoil won’t see it.

    108. Bitterlaw says:

      What if Trump decided to attack DeSantis and DeSantis just decided to …. stay laser-focused on Biden (or whomever replaces him when Biden has “health problems” and resigns)?

    109. Tina says:

      Duh, Bl. You miss the bigger point, but ok.

      26. Zzzzzzz. If an FBI “asset” begged me to “breach the capitol” (Tina’s term), I would say “no.”

    110. Tina says:

      I don’t think either one will be their respective nominee.

      Realignment Politics
      @politicsrea
      · 6h
      2024 GEORGIA PRESIDENTIAL ELECTION POLLING AVERAGE

      Donald Trump (R):

    111. Tgca says:

      110

      DeSantis is a very in your face guy like Trump but much more controlled and articulate. He loves going on the offense and attacking his critics so I could not imagine him sitting still and taking it in stride. It’s not his personality.

    112. Tina says:

      Realignment Politics
      @politicsrea
      · 6h
      2024 GEORGIA PRESIDENTIAL ELECTION POLLING AVERAGE

      Donald Trump (R): 49% (+10.98%)
      Joe Biden* (D): 38%

    113. Bitterlaw says:

      No. You miss the bigger point. If you don’t want to breach the capital, nobody can beg hard enough to make you do it. Blaming somebody else for bad choices is not being an adult. Many protesters stayed outside and has no issues.

    114. Tina says:

      You miss the point. Re read everything I posted about Ray Epps.

      It’s strange that the Dc class is protecting him.

      Epps did everything g that other “protesters did, and even more.

      Epps is protected by the joke 6 commission, the Ny slimes, and the msm.

      Epps is not in jail.

      Others are.

      You are just in denial that he was likely a federal asset.

    115. Tina says:

      I also see Bl has no clue who Ray Epps is.

      Does not want to even look in to those that fostered insurrection.

      Bl is either blind, dumb (doubt this one), or a lover of big gubment.

    116. Tina says:

      And Bl can never find a post were I said those that entered or vandalized or hit a cop, should not be punished.

      They can only blame themselves for their actions.

      However, if you want somebody arrested, then you want Ray Epps to be arrested and not protected.

      If Ray Epps was a gubment ssset, he was entrapping others.

      It’s a issue because it is very similar to the Whitmer Kidnapping hoax trial. Did you even bother to watch it, or read about it?

    117. Wes says:

      Notice Tina didn’t respond to what Robbie said about the judicial pick. She must be waiting for Gateway Pundit to E-mail her back with some tortured logic to explain how McConnell was responsible.

    118. Tina says:

      I erred, Wes. I misread it sue me.

      I don’t owe a response to that pos either.

    119. Tina says:

      I cannot take a poster who fell for every conspiracy theory seriously and hates every R presidential nominee.

      You can entertain it.

    120. Bitterlaw says:

      So arrest Ray Epps. Problem solved.

      If people are to blame for their own actions, they were not entrapped. Tina wants it both ways.

    121. Tina says:

      It’s become embarrassing at this point. They need to make sure that he does no international travel. The pressers and appearances are horrible. Maybe have Kampala resume these duties.

      thebradfordfile
      @thebradfordfile
      ·
      2h
      The President of the United States sabotaged American energy so he could fly around the world begging for oil like an idiot.

    122. Wes says:

      You didn’t misread it, Tina. You saw exactly what you wanted to see–an excuse to attack McConnell. You’re predictable.

      Congratulations on finally somewhat admitting McConnell isn’t Satan incarnate though when he actually tries to do something conservatives should laud. Maybe you’re finally making progress.

    123. Tina says:

      You are arguing with yourself, Bl.

      I only stated I find it unusual that he was not arrested since he did more than parading.

    124. Tina says:

      Wes, if Ii make a mistake, I have always come out and said so.

      So phuq off.

    125. Tina says:

      Joe Kent for WA-3
      @joekent16jan19
      ·
      19m
      Last night
      @HerreraBeutler
      voted for amnesty for illegals, refused to co sponsor an amendment to finish the wall, refused to end post 9/11 wars & gave another 1 B to Ukraine in the NDAA.

      She votes how she’s told by the ruling class, pro illegal immigration, wars & America last.

    126. Bitterlaw says:

      Tina – You don’t find it “unusual.” You find it to be proof of some eeevvvvilllll conspiracy and probably proof of Deep State.

    127. Tina says:

      There were 62 house Rs that voted for that sheot

      First gun grabbing and now amnesty.

      What’s next? Tax increases.

    128. Bitterlaw says:

      127 I am outraged. She should have demanded $2 billion for Ukraine.

    129. Tina says:

      I find it unusual and suspicious and needs to be further looked into.

      Heck, even some R senators brought it up during hearings.

      The fact remains he did more than parade.

    130. Tina says:

      And if you are going to spend a year looking into j6, you cannot ignore him, or why security at the capitol was light. You cannot claim it was due to Covid and personnel were off.

    131. Cash Cow TM says:

      OK.

      Save this post for future reference.

      ***************COWPREDICTIONS**************
      Cow predicts:

      –Trump will announce he IS going to run in 2024.

      –unfortunately, he will announce some time before the Nov. 2022 election (which will hurt R candidates, diminish current expected R gins in House and Senate)

      –Trump WILL attack Desantis and will do it first rather than Desantis attack Trump first). Trump always attacks everybody because it is always all about Trump.

      –Total spending by and on behalf of D candidates will far exceed total spending by R candidates in all the key Senate races

      –Rs will gain a slim majority in House or Rep. in Nov, 2022

      –Senate will end up being 50-50 in 2022.

      [Hey, when Ds have:
      –big spending advantage
      –MSM working overtime to get you elected
      –better GOTV machine in voter-rich urban areas in lax “mail in ballots’ environment
      –& R candidates who are “B” level instead of “A”

      it ain’t hard to see what the outcome will be.]

      ############################################

      BETWEEN 2022 AND 2024…

      –Biden will NOT be the D candidate in 2024. He will not be the candidate due to either dying, resigning or being removed due to “physical health” or “mental deterioration” issues and Kalamity Harris will sit in the big chair for the rest of the term. And things will, believe it or not, get WORSE than you have seen between Jan 2021 and now under Biden.

      –Ds will Kick Kalamity Harris to the curb and finally pick Gov. Alfred E. Newsom as their candidate (who will have policies to Californicate America). The D candidate will policy-wise be a younger version of Biden (hey, it worked in 2020) and some AA person (probably a woman [but not Kalamity Harris!] or an LBGTQEIEIO (maybe Buttjudge) to be their running mate.

      The D campaign will focus on pushing:

      *anti-fossil fuels and adherent to the man-made climate change ideology/religion

      *anti-gun

      *pro-federal legislation guaranteeing all persons have the right to have unlimited abortions

      *pro-open border

      *pro-more big government and big gubment spending

      *pro-tax increases (only on “the rich” and “big corporations” of course)

      *pro-increase federally mandated wages/ “living wage” mantra

      *pro-cutting cost of prescription drugs

      *and will be relentless in painting Rs as anti-Black, anti-immigrant, anti-women racists.

      #############################################

      Republican primary voters will shoot themselves in the foot and snatch probable defeat from the jaws of probably victory by picking TRUMP over Desantis as their candidate.

      (BOY I HOPE I AM WRONG ABOUT THIS LAST ONE)

    132. Tima says:

      Don’t worry, Bl,in September or,October, there will be more $ requasted for Ukraine.

    133. Tina says:

      And more illegals too.

    134. Bitterlaw says:

      Tina – I do not understand why you want Ukraine to lose this this war. That is what you are advocating. Don’t dance. Just say it.

    135. Tina says:

      Bl, complete bs and you know,it.

      Continue smoking what you have been smoking.

    136. Tima says:

      So, now the gop-e and “intelligence officials” are mad at Representative Spartz. Her comments are mild.

      https://www.politico.com/news/2022/07/15/republicans-spartz-ukraine-zelenskyy-00045949

    137. Gordon Allen says:

      What does Ukraine ” losing” the war”entail?
      If it means the Donets area being controlled ( not ceded) by Putin,everyone knows Ukraine will lose the war,including probably Zelensky. And the US and NATO
      I think big picture Ukraine has won already.

    138. Bitterlaw says:

      Gordon’s definition of victory:

      Thousands of murdered Ukrainians. Thousands more tortured and raped. Cities in ruins. Millions of refugees. Hundreds of square miles of Ukraine seized. The “controlled but not ceded” fake distinction is BS. If Ukraine continues “winning” at this rate it will cease to exist as a sovereign nation.

    139. Tina says:

      Add the gun grabbing, amnesty, Ukrainian grift, etc.

      Melissa Mackenzie
      @MelissaTweets
      ·
      13h
      Republicans: Absolute silence.

      Pathetic.

      If you wonder why, in a time of crushing inflation and gas prices, Republicans aren’t running away with it in polls, it’s because they’re weak, spineless, and hate their own voters.

    140. Tina says:

      Saudi Arabia tells,Biden to pound sand. No gasoline increase.

      “During an interview aired on Friday’s edition of CNN’s “Situation Room,” Saudi Minister of State for Foreign Affairs Adel al-Jubeir, who was inside President Joe Biden’s meeting with Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman, refused to commit to boosting oil production, denied Biden pressed them on the issue, and argued that “The problem of gasoline in the United States is more a function of the lack of refining capacity in the United States than a shortage of actual crude oil.”

    141. Tina says:

      Oh noes. She is a great actor.

      Jack Posobic ??
      @JackPosobiec
      AOC admits Capitol Police held the doors open on Jan 6

      https://twitter.com/JackPosobiec/status/1547441432503410688

    142. Marv says:

      Tina,

      You’re up early today.

    143. Tgca says:

      It’s time for breakfast. I wonder what kind of taco I should have.

      Decisions. Decisions.

    144. EML says:

      If you wonder why, in a time of crushing inflation and gas prices, Republicans aren’t running away with it in polls, it’s because they’re weak, spineless, and hate their own voters.
      =================================
      Wrong. As Sean Trende pointed out in his article the other day, polls at this time of year have been historically terrible. Eg, on this date in 2010, RCP showed Rob Portman losing to Lee Fisher. He ended up winning by 17.4 points. Marco Rubio was trailing Charlie Crist by 6.5. He ended up winning by 19.2 points.

    145. Robbie says:

      So we’ve got someone posting under the screen name “Tina” and someone posting under the screen name “Tima” (see 134 and 138). Yet, the comments from the two names are spew the same nonsense and use the same phrases.

      Troll farm lacking attention to detail?

    146. Dylan says:

      Biden got totally rolled in Saudi Arabia MBS was like “you get nothing, Biatch” What a joke our government is No strategic vision or competency

    147. Tina says:

      Morning, Marv.

    148. Tina says:

      I thought Biden could not meet with Bin Salman because of Khashoggi.

      The begging for more oil was announced weeks ahead of time and the Saudis fold him to pound sand.

      An embarrassment.

      Hope he gets rest and they gave him extra meds.

    149. jason says:

      What does Ukraine ” losing” the war”entail?”

      Losing thousands of square miles of territory beyond the pre-war borders.

      Having millions of its citizens displaced and exiled and their livelyhoods ruined.

      Having tens of thousands of civilians killed, tortured and deported to Russia

      Having its infrastructure of roads, dams, power plants, etc. destroyed.

      Having its cities, hospitals and schools shelled and destroyed.

      Having its economy ruined.

      I consider that “losing”.

      Next question?

    150. jason says:

      Troll farm lacking attention to detail?”

      Amoral Scumbag troll talking about trolling?

    151. Tina says:

      Maybe Nurse Jill administered the drug already.

      What a nice family too.

    152. jason says:

      It’s time for breakfast. I wonder what kind of taco I should have.”

      Fry up some marinated skirt steak strips in some bacon fat. Add some bacon and sliced jalapenos. Add shredded extra sharp cheddar.

      Skip the lettuce and tomatoes, those are for sissies.

      Place in tacos and open a nice IPA.

    153. EML says:

      Albert was asking about evidence of ballot harvesting the other day. Here’s a run down.

      https://justthenews.com/politics-policy/elections/bombshells-belie-big-lie-21-confirmed-illegalities-irregularities-2020

    154. Tina says:

      Lots of those are issues with Georgia’s election.

      Yet, Governor Hee haw and the ag have not investigated. Yes, hee haw tightened some measures but that is too little too late when it comes ro 2020.

      The sos is corrupt and I would not trust him to investigate anything.

    155. Tina says:

      And while I criticize Governor Hee Haw, I do not want Jabba the Hutt to win.

      I hope the sos loses, however, it is not likely.

      If I had to vote, I would vote for her haw but not the sos. I would leave it blank.

    156. Tina says:

      Maybe a worse state than Georgia 2020 is Arizona 2020.

      I

    157. Tina says:

      Lol, compost is pissed at Biden,

      Matt Viser
      @mviser
      · 20h
      “I’m not going to meet with MBS. I’m going to an international meeting, and he’s going to be part of it.” — President Biden (June 17, 2022) twitter.com/Spa_Eng/status…

    158. jason says:

      Some good news.

      “Former President Donald Trump’s pick to unseat Rep. Liz Cheney in the race for Wyoming’s lone House seat holds a commanding 22-point lead with a month until the primary”

    159. jason says:

      If I had to vote, I would vote for her haw but not the sos. I would leave it blank.”

      Same here.

    160. jason says:

      I’m not going to meet with MBS. I’m going to an international meeting, and he’s going to be part of it.”

      Was this after the fist bump or before.

    161. Tina says:

      It was before the fist bump. (June 17, 2022).

    162. Wes says:

      The sos is corrupt and I would not trust him to investigate anything.

      Link providing proof that Raffensperger is corrupt, Tina?

      Let me guess. Gateway Pundit told you.

      Who exactly is investigating him for corruption by the way? You need to post a link detailing this–that doesn’t come from Gateway Pundit.

    163. Wobbles says:

      Robbie says:
      July 16, 2022 at 10:17 am

      So we’ve got someone posting under the screen name “Tina” and someone posting under the screen name “Tima” (see 134 and 138). Yet, the comments from the two names are spew the same nonsense and use the same phrases.”

      Amoral Scumbag posted something where he is not attacking Republicans.

      Pigs will fly.

    164. jason says:

      Link providing proof that Raffensperger is corrupt, Tina?”

      Ratsburger IS a corrupt turd. Because he believes the ends justify the means, he failed to ensure voter integrity in GA, where Biden “won” by 12k votes.

      I wouldn’t vote for him if he was running against the ghost of Fidel Castro.

      “Ballot harvesting probe in the Peach State. Georgia Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger has announced he has opened a criminal investigation into allegations that liberal activists engaged in illegal ballot harvesting, collecting ballots from voters and delivering them in violation of state law. Raffensperger said he is planning to issue subpoenas to identify a whistleblower who admitted he engaged in the operation, and there could be prosecutions. The True the Vote election integrity group says in a formal state complaint that the man, identified as John Doe, admitted his role and identified nonprofits who funded it at $10 per ballot delivered. The watchdog group also claims it has assembled cell phone location records pinpointing the alleged harvesting by as many as 240 activists.

      Foreign voters found on Georgia rolls. An audit by Georgia’s Secretary of State has identified more than 2,000 suspected foreigners who tried to register to vote in the state, though none reached the point of casting ballots. Raffensperger says prosecutions may be forthcoming.

      Ballot chain of custody issues. The Georgia Secretary of State’s office has opened an investigation into the handling of drop box ballots last November in one of the state’s Democratic strongholds following a media report that there were problems with chain of custody documentation in DeKalb County.
      Fulton County irregularities. Georgia’s handpicked election monitor for Fulton County, the state’s largest voting district, documented two dozen pages of mismanagement and irregularities during vote counting in Atlanta in November 2020, including double-scanning of ballots, insecure transport of ballots and violations of voter privacy. The revelations prompted the state to take steps to possibly put Fulton County in receivership, empowering state officials to run the elections. Most of Fulton County’s election officials have left their jobs.

      Errant vote counting. Georgia Gov. Brian Kemp referred the audited November 2020 election results in Fulton County to the State Election Board after multiple reviews found three dozen significant problems with absentee ballot counting, including duplicate tallies, math errors and transposed data. Kemp’s referral calls into question hundreds of ballots in the official count”

    165. Wes says:

      So in other words, Raffensperger isn’t corrupt. He just did something you don’t like.

      That makes you a lying asswipe, Jason.

    166. jason says:

      Of course, anyone who believes in any “investigations” carried out by a despicable political hack like Ratsburger probably believes in the tooth fairy too.

    167. jason says:

      So in other words, Raffensperger isn’t corrupt. He just did something you don’t like.”

      Like failing in his duties as SOS?

      You are right, I don’t like it and neither should you.

      If that makes me a “lying asswipe”, so be it.

    168. Tina says:

      Didn’t somebody orange warn them?

      zerohedge
      @zerohedge
      · 2h
      “We’re Facing The Biggest Crisis The Country Has Ever Had”: President Of German Employers’ Association Warns Of Historic Crisis Over Russian Gas Cut https://zerohedge.com/economics/we-are-facing-biggest-crisis-country-has-ever-had-president-german-employers-association

    169. jason says:

      I think when you are SOS and you are derelict in your duties because you don’t want to interfere in the results that you want to happen it means you are at least morally corrupt.

    170. Tina says:

      Not only was he derelict, he falsely edited a private telephone conference with Trump/lawyers to the Compost and slimes.

      This was a negotiated settlement conference.

      Trump is being investigated by a Fulton county Da.

      Full stop there.

    171. jason says:

      Right. The Trump conversation with Ratsburger had attorneys on the call and various other aides. If Trump was trying to do something illegal why would he have counsel on the phone. Of course Ratsburger knows this but he is a Never Trump scumbag.

    172. Tgca says:

      169

      We could apply Wes’ logic to Bitter’s favorite Senator from The Sewer State, Menendez. He was never convicted of a crime so clearly he is not corrupt. Wes just doesn’t like Senator Menendez.

    173. Tina says:

      Tgca with the clean up.

      I am enjoying my day.

      Off to buy some limoncello at the Sf boutique market.

      I will have to dodge sheot on the streets and a transient. But oh well.

    174. Robbie says:

      David Freedlander
      @freedlander
      “I think Michael Flynn could very well be on the VP shortlist in ‘24,” Bannon said. “And if the president doesn’t run, I strongly believe Mike is running.”

      – Jason fraud, Phil, would this be ok with you? You cool with Mike Flynn as VP or even prez?

    175. Robbie says:

      Wes says:
      July 16, 2022 at 11:57 am
      So in other words, Raffensperger isn’t corrupt. He just did something you don’t like.

      That makes you a lying asswipe, Jason.

      – Now, you’re getting it, Wes.

      Jason fraud believes scumbags are those who don’t support Trump and corrupt are those who do something Jason fraud doesn’t like.

    176. Robbie says:

      Would be hard to think of a way to better own the libs than by nominating a presidential ticket featuring a twice impeached former president and VP candidate who was pardoned for federal crimes and took the fifth when asked if he believed the in the concept of the peaceful transfer of power.

      But that’s MAGA!

    177. jason says:

      Bill Kristol comes clean, admits he is a liberal democrat:

      I like Ruy’s line that he’s “just a social democrat, trying to make the world a better place.” I’m more of a liberal democrat than a social democrat. But I admire many social democrats past and present. Social democrats who respect liberty are key to defending democracy.”

      Not holding out hope for Amoral Scumbag troll.

    178. jason says:

      Michael Flynn is an American hero who was railroaded by a partisan judge.

      That being said, I never advocated for him to be VP.

      I suggest if Trump runs he should invite DeSantis or Tim Scott for VP.

    179. jason says:

      Oh and yes, I am perfectly ok with Michael Flynn running for President.

      At the moment, however I would prefer Trump or DeSantis.

    180. jason says:

      Jason fraud believes scumbags are those who don’t support Trump”

      Nah, there are plenty of people here who don’t support Trump.

      I have never called them scumbags.

      However, YOU are a scumbag.

      Hope it is clear now.

    181. Robbie says:

      jason says:
      July 16, 2022 at 2:30 pm

      I suggest if Trump runs he should invite DeSantis or Tim Scott for VP.

      – Since you’re a sharp political observer, tell me. What happens if the prez and VP come from the same state?

      I know. Clearly, you don’t or you wouldn’t have suggested a Trump/DeSantis ticket.

    182. Cash Cow TM says:

      I see where Elon Musk is eligible to run for president.

      He fathered a child with his step daughter.

      Elon Musk

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    183. Robbie says:

      jason says:
      July 16, 2022 at 2:30 pm
      Michael Flynn is an American hero who was railroaded by a partisan judge.

      – Michael Flynn is a psycho who believes in conspiracy theories such as the covid vaccines implant smally microchips in you so the government can track your movements. Of course, I’m assuming you don’t believe that as well.

      Also, Michael Flynn took the QAnon oath on video. You’re cool with that as well?

      You’re such a clown.