Warnock At 51% in Three New Polls in GA

    There is one consistent theme with the three latest public polls in Georgia – all three polls show Democratic incumbent Raphael Warnock sitting at 51% in the runoff election against Trump-back Herschel Walker. These latest three polls come from Insider Advantage, UMass-Lowell, and Data for Progress.

    Raphael Warnock (D-inc) 51%
    Herschel Walker (R) 48%

    US SENATE – GEORGIA (UMass-Lowell)
    Raphael Warnock (D-inc) 51%
    Herschel Walker (R) 46%

    Raphael Warnock (D-inc) 51%
    Herschel Walker (R) 49%

    The Data for Progress poll was done December 1-5 among 1229 likely voters. The Insider Advantage poll was done December 4th among 750 likely voters. The UMass poll is a little older and was done November 18-28 among 1300 likely voters.

    For the initial election, Insider Advantage has Walker up by 2% in their final poll and Data for Progress had Walker up by 1% in their final poll. UMass-Lowell did not appear to release a public poll for this race before November 8th. The final result was Warnock 49.44% to Walker 48.49% (just shy of a 1% margin), so both measurable polls where tilted towards Walker the last time around so a swing towards Warnock this time is notable.

    Posted by Dave at 8:47 am
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    391 Responses to “Warnock At 51% in Three New Polls in GA”

    1. MichiganGuy says:


    2. Hugh says:

      Our problem is not candidate quality. Yes could we have run better candidates perhaps. However look at their candidates. Some of them are absolutely terrible. They won. Our problem is process and guts. Any red state like Georgia that doesn’t have voting laws like Florida is getting what they deserve. we are being bamboozled in states we control. It has nothing to do with overall candidate quality.

    3. Bitterlaw says:

      Welcome back, MG.


    4. jason says:

      Warnock is a horrendous candidate. A Marxist slum lord, wife abuser and deadbeat dad. But the MSM which has brought up a bunch of faux scandals on Walker ignore the fact Warnock should not be anywhere near the senate. Plus he has at least a 2-1 advantage on spending and Stacey Abram’s EV/VBM scam.

      Yet Walker is competitive in these polls, if Rs who voted for Kemp but not for Walker would turn out he would win.

    5. jason says:

      RNC Chair candidate thinks the GOP has to become a populist party. I prefer working class to populist but Harmeet Dhillon, a woman, a minority and a first generation immigrant is exactly the type of demographics the GOP should be targeting.

      “Well, Tucker, I’m going to announce tonight that actually I am going to run for RNC Chair, and the reason is that, you know, to play off of a famous catchphrase, Republicans are tired of losing.

      I think that we really need to radically reshape our leadership in order to win. And we can’t keep running elections like we did in the ’90s and the 2000s, and we really have to modernize to compete with the Democrats dollar-for-dollar in the ways they fundraise, the way they deliver their ballots to the ballot boxes. Our messaging needs to be fresh and positive and not just reactive to news cycles and what the Democrats are doing.

      And I think that the party needs to realize that the party has become a populist party. The base of the party demands populist messages that speak to them and not Chamber of Commerce messages, not Neocon messages, not warmonger messages, and I’m afraid that the base of our party is not getting what it needs from our leadership. And so after three successive rounds of really disappointing results, Tucker — I’m a member of the RNC and no other member is standing up to challenge leadership and our current leadership has never been challenged for the chair job, and I think that challenge and competition is very good.

      And so I’m hoping to gain the support of grassroots Americans who do not like the direction of the party and its leadership. They need to contact the 168 members of the RNC in their states and territories and tell them that they, too, want change.

      I think that change is popular among the base. I hear from thousands of Americans on a weekly basis about that. They want to see us fighting. Tucker, you know as well as anybody else that I’m a fighter. I fight every waking hour of the day. And that’s what we need right now. And so that’s me. I’m offering to take a giant step back from my law firm and my nonprofit to do this. It’s a big sacrifice. But I think it’s important for our country that I love so much as a first-generation immigrant”

    6. MichiganGuy says:

      Wow, did Bitter just welcome me back? Is tgca driving Bitter so crazy that I’m starting to look not half bad? 😉

    7. jason says:

      The GOP needs fighters, not suburban country club elitists. I hope she wins.

    8. Big Joe says:

      This feels like a 52-48 Warnock victory.

      It rained all day yesterday but looks like it will let up today.

      Big Joe

    9. Bitterlaw says:

      MG – You are still half bad. These days, that is pretty good. Welcome back.

    10. Big Joe says:

      On a side note, my recycle bin is full of Warnock and Walker flyers. So glad that my mailbox will be back to normal tomorrow (hopefully).

      Big Joe

    11. michael corleone says:

      Jason the problem with Harmeet is she is not effective. As a senior official in the RNLA she did nothing substantial to go on offense and challenge VBM as violative of voting rights (there are many theories that could have been brought; they should have been suing in friendly forums to get case to SCOTUS).

    12. jason says:

      This feels like a 52-48 Warnock victory”

      In 2020 the Trump voters were blamed for not showing up for the runoffs after being disenfranchised in the GE.

      Will the Kemp voters that prefer a Marxist deadbeat as their Senator be blamed this time around?

    13. jason says:

      Jason the problem with Harmeet is she is not effective.”

      I doubt she will win. The country club elitists control the vote.

    14. Brandon says:

      I’m not sure why the voters need to be blamed in either situation. It’s up to the candidate to convince people to vote for them.

    15. Cash Cow TM says:

      Election reform!
      –expand early voting days!

      –mail-in ballots mailed out to every registered voter, even if they never requested one or if they have moved out of state, have been in a coma for 3 years or died several years ago!

      –mail-in ballot drop boxes!

      –ease up on voter signature verification for mail-in votes!

      –ignore date requirements in state laws concerning returned mail-in ballots!

      –accept 135 mail-in votes coming from the same vacant lot where no person resides!

      –same day registration!

      –ranked voting!

      –legalize ballot harvesting!

      –runoff elections when no candidate gets 50% or higher!

      –voters have 12 months to ‘cure’ their ballot!

      –drop voting age to 16!

      –let non-citizens vote!

      –let certain groups voters ballots count as more than one vote due to past ‘discrimination’!

      –popular vote instead of electoral college vote!


      We have lost our friggin’ minds.

      Step by step, the election process has become a joke.
      Bye bye, America as it once was.

    16. Tgca says:

      Quince Bebe! Quince!

    17. Tgca says:

      15. Cow

      You dirty Bastard! How dare you! 15 was MINE!

      Is this an attack or sarcasm? Hmmm…

    18. Cash Cow TM says:

      Arabella Group (Arabella Advisors)

      $730 million dollars in dark money.

      Pushing for “election group

      Watch on Wednesday for more

    19. Gordon Allen says:

      Democrats will vote for a Fetterman as their guy. A certain number of Republicans/Independents won’t(see Walker).
      You can’t fight tanks with horses. Expanded VBM are their Panzer Divisions; ED voting is/ are our horses.
      We can’t keep looking at elections as gentlemanly polo contests, but as gravely important turning points.

    20. Gordon Allen says:

      If this election results in no changes at the political top, as it appears, we belong to a Party content with horses and polo contests.

    21. Robbie says:


      You should know that Baris is a fraud and doesn’t have any sources.

      He tells his clients what they want to hear.

      – I know Phil’s not posting, but I tried to tell him. I tried to tell him Baris was a fraud, but some people never learn.

    22. Tgca says:

      I agree with Hugh!

      Voters are to blame for their choices. If you’re too lazy or IGORENT to EDUMACATE yourself on candidates, you deserve what you get.

      I REALLY truly believe America has been dumbed down by technology that people are so easily duped by political charlatans.

      I think the only way to get back to a prospering stable democratic US and get the country back on track is REAL pain needs to be felt by these folks like white suburban woman, certain minorities, snowflakes, and academia, that routinely support leftist radicals.

      I think the best thing that could happen to set the US back on track is a massive depression where millions lose their savings, jobs, and homes and have to resort to soup kitchens and shelters to survive, and experience the violence and shame associated with such loss in life.

      Then maybe they’ll wake up to the choices they made.

      You can’t expect to smoke 3 packs of cigarettes daily and not get lung cancer after 40 years so why should you expect to enjoy the basic necessities and rights in society when you vote for radical leftists Hellbent on destroying the US?

    23. Robbie says:

      Hugh says:
      December 6, 2022 at 9:25 am
      Our problem is not candidate quality.

      – If you actually believe this, then you’re doomed to repeat the failures of the last decade.

      The voters soundly rejected the awful candidates of the Tea Party and then Donnie Trump. They said enough is enough.

      Hopefully, one day you’ll get the message.

    24. Tgca says:


      Finally, a non-TDS and DSS post from Gordy that makes sense.

      …and I say that out of respect and love for Gordy.

    25. Tgca says:


      So the voters soundly elected Fetterman?

      Is that your argument?

      Too bad you’re not a kamikaze pilot. The world needs to thin out the gene pool.

    26. jason says:

      Amoral Scumbag never had a problem with the “quality” of any Democrat.

      That is why he thinks Michael Avenatti is the moral compass of America and should be President.

    27. jason says:

      The Fonz should limit himself to washed up actor gigs.

      “GEORGIA : It’s not about Party,” Winkler claimed. “ITS about being able to form a full sentence . VOTE WARNOCK.”

      I think Walker writes a lot better than that.

    28. jason says:

      The voters soundly rejected the awful candidates of the Tea Party and then Donnie Trump.”

      Have you sent your candidate and icon of morality Michael Avenatti a care package yet?

    29. jason says:

      Spain 0 Morocco 0 in overtime

    30. jason says:

      If Walker was a Republican, all these racists attacks on him would be front and center on the MSM.

      Since he isn’t, it is open season.

    31. jason says:

      You should know that Baris is a fraud and doesn’t have any sources.

      He tells his clients what they want to hear.”

      BS. I will compare his track record against any ot the fake agenda “pollsters” Amoral Scumbag believe in any day.

    32. jason says:

      Don’t worry Phil.

      Amoral Scumbag is triggered by Avenatti’s conviction, but I will defend your honor against his lies.

    33. jason says:

      Spain 0 Morocco 0

      penalty shootout

    34. Robbie says:

      Alec MacGillis

      “The CDC found 45 pct of high school students were so persistently sad or hopeless in 2021 they were unable to engage in regular activities. Almost 1 in 5 seriously considered suicide and 9 pct surveyed tried to take their lives during previous 12 months.”

      – And yet Jason fraud wanted to give Fauci, the architect of the covid shutdown, a presidential medal of freedom.

    35. jason says:

      Amoral Scumbag doesn’t want to talk about his Presidential candidate Michael Avenatti, he wants to talk about Fauci.

    36. Tina says:

      So, John warmonger may run?


    37. jason says:

      What say Putin toadie Neville Allen?

      Peace in our time?

    38. Tgca says:



      These snowflakes wanna kill themselves? Go ahead? Reduce future Dem voters. Fine by me.

      Survival of the fittest.

    39. jason says:

      Morocco advances on penalty shootout.

      Spain out.

      Huge upset.

    40. Tina says:

      Mollie Hemingway
      Oct 25
      Liz Cheney’s Plan To Divide The Republican Party Has Failed

    41. jason says:

      2 PM exits look good for Walker.

    42. Wobbles says:

      Liz Cheney’s Plan To Divide The Republican Party Has Failed”


      I can’t deal with this AND Michael Avenatti going to jail.

    43. Gordon Allen says:

      You missed my post where I swore off DDS posts w you,at least until Trump withdraws from the nomination and DeSantis is our nominee.
      Then we can discuss campaign strategy and DeSantis picks for his cabinet. He doesn’t believe in horses.

    44. Gordon Allen says:

      Jason. I hope some of those drones are left for or saved for Taiwan to hit air bases less than 100 miles from Beijing ,a more important target when the time comes

    45. Tgca says:

      44 Gordy

      Not sure what you mean.

      So you’re telling me I don’t have to worry about any more of your DSS (DeSanctimonius Sycophant Syndrome) posts?

      Great to hear.

    46. SanDiegoCitizen says:

      Trafalgar joints the herd of polls predicting a Warnock victory:

      Georgia Senate Runoff:

      Warnock (D-inc) 51% (+4)
      Walker (R) 47%

      1,099 LV, 12/3-5

    47. jason says:

      Jason. I hope some of those drones are left for or saved for Taiwan to hit air bases less than 100 miles from Beijing ,a more important target when the time comes”


      Neville Allen wants to protect his idol Putin NOW from his despicable aggression in Ukraine in order to ‘protect Taiwan” later in a war that has not even begun.

      The most important (and only) “target” right now is to get the Russians out of Ukraine.

    48. jason says:

      None of these polls taken individually are that bad for Walker, he is competitive in all of them.

      The problem is they all show Warnock leading within the MOE so the trend is not good.

      Still, there are more Rs than Ds in GA. If they turned out for him he could win. Their choice. They can have a guy who has a compelling life story and represents a demographic the GOP should be targeting or they can have a corrupt Marxist like Warnock.

    49. jason says:

      Heh, according to Redstate “hell froze over at CNN”

      BURNETT: And based on the communications that we have that were released, you are the only Democratic lawmaker who said that. You spoke up. You told Twitter to be considerate. You said you didn’t think it was right. You stood up for the First Amendment. Your email was thoughtful and definitive. Are you disappointed that you’re the only one?

      KHANNA: Well, I mean, look, we’ve all written emails, and I’m glad that they released that one. I’m sure I’ve written things that aren’t as thoughtful.

      But when I read it, I said, I stand by every word. I mean, I got into politics partly because I believe American democracy is great where we have everyone have a voice to stand up and participate in speech. And I do hope more Democrats will stand up for the broader principle, which is, we want to be — have forums that don’t have censorship, that allow for all perspectives.”

    50. jason says:

      Portugal 4 Switzerland 1 second half

    51. Gordon Allen says:

      DDS stands for DeSantis Derangement Syndrome.
      Only one case of it has so far surfaced.
      Jason: Putin is a nobody on the world stage,and is pretty much a vessel of XI right now.
      Why you obsess about a nobody is also a mystery.

    52. Gordon Allen says:

      Vassal not vessel. Auto correct again.
      Xi is unfortunately a somebody who has directly attacked America.

    53. jason says:

      Why you obsess about a nobody is also a mystery”

      Yeah, I obsess about the deaths and destruction of a sovereign country caused by the Russian invasion. I obsess about the suffering of millions of innocent people at the hands of your hero Putin, while you just make excuses for him.

      It is no mystery you are despicable excuse for a human being.

    54. jason says:

      DDS stands for DeSantis Derangement Syndrome”


      This from a moron with terminal TDS.

    55. jason says:

      Putin is a nobody on the world stage”

      Fortunately even a doddering old fool like Biden knows better.

    56. jason says:

      “NEW YORK – A Manhattan jury on Tuesday convicted two of former President Donald Trump’s companies on all charges in an criminal tax fraud scheme, adding a new complication to the many investigations and legal matters shadowing his third presidential campaign.

      The Trump Corporation was found guilty on all of nine criminal counts and the Trump Payroll Corporation was found guilty on all of eight criminal counts.

      The companies face criminal penalties of up to $1.6 million.

      Trump was not charged in the case, and did not appear in the courtroom during the trial. Defense lawyer Susan Necheles said trial evidence showed Trump was not involved. However, the former president criticized the prosecution in a late November social media post.”

      Wow, $1.6 million?

    57. Tina says:

      Does he transition back to the fib?

      Benny Johnson

      has fired Twitter’s Deputy General Counsel Jim Baker “in light of concerns about Baker’s possible role in suppression of information important to the public dialogue”

    58. Tina says:

      Matt Taibbi

      We can now tell you part of the reason why. On Tuesday, Twitter Deputy General Counsel (and former FBI General Counsel) Jim Baker was fired. Among the reasons? Vetting the first batch of “Twitter Files” – without knowledge of new management.

    59. dylan says:

      EVEN IF the GOP gets or tries to get their act together on early voting/ballot harvesting (where legal. . .) for 2024, the dems have already had 2 cycles to perfect their operation and are only going to be all the more aggressive/competent/nefarious for 2024. very hard to see how the GOP catches up without a top to bottom overhaul. Whatever they naturally come up with in 2024 will have airs of 2012 Romney “Orca” and it probably wont work. Dems get all their voters to the polls without fail now.

    60. jason says:

      VEN IF the GOP gets or tries to get their act together on early voting/ballot harvesting (where legal. . .) for 2024, the dems have already had 2 cycles to perfect their operation and are only going to be all the more aggressive/competent/nefarious for 2024. very hard to see how the GOP catches up without a top to bottom overhaul. Whatever they naturally come up with in 2024 will have airs of 2012 Romney “Orca” and it probably wont work. Dems get all their voters to the polls without fail now.”

      That is why “we have to be like the Dems” will never work. Look at GA today. 1.9 million votes in by mail or EV, which is 47% of the GE turnout. The Dem election officials dominate the populous inner cities and there is no control over these votes.

      The Dems have found the goose that lays the golden eggs for elections courtesy of Covid.

    61. jason says:

      ONNA MCDANIEL: The voters chose the cars, and I know all the candidates, and I’m not going to candidate bash. This is about moving forward, but I will say this. The amount of ticket-splitting we’ve seen in this election where one candidate won statewide, New Hampshire, Wisconsin, Arizona, Georgia. Why did you vote for this Republican and not the other? In every single battleground state a Republican won, and the RNC turned out the vote, but why did they vote for one and not the other, and that’s the sweet spot. And Republicans not voting for Republicans is a key issue. We saw it in Arizona with Kari Lake and we’re seeing it in Georgia right now with those Kemp voters who didn’t vote for Herschel Walker.

      We have to start coming together, guys because the Democrats are worse. So let’s stop bashing each other. We will only win as a united party in 2024.”

      Good luck with that. There is no unity.

      Look at this “quality candidate” BS, which is just code for “not an elitist country club R”.

      Whenever you see an establishment R talking about “candidate quality” you can bet they are not talking about anyone who isn’t a vetted suburban establishment blueblood, nobody else invited.

      The only way to get them off their high horse is to stop voting for them.

    62. Dylan says:

      Jason/- So the only answer is to assure that every registered Republican somehow gets a ballot and votes it Beyond that nothing else to do except lawsuits that have minimal chance of success

    63. jason says:

      39% in

      Warnock 660,535 51.47%
      Walker 622,683 48,54%

    64. jason says:

      The good news is Fulton and Gwinnett are ahead of the count.

      The bad news is zero votes from DeKalb.

    65. jason says:

      Jason/- So the only answer is to assure that every registered Republican somehow gets a ballot and votes it”

      How do you know it will be counted and it won’t be diluted by illegal votes?

    66. jason says:

      Dekalb 5.27% in

      Warnock 11,881 87.7%
      Walker 1,667 12.3%

      Fulton 54%

      Warnock 155,206 82.39%
      Walker 33,179 17.61%

      Warnock 38,746 90.67%
      Walker 4,092 9.33%

      EV numbers but hard to recover from those percentages

    67. jason says:

      The big cities in GA are going full socialist. Atlanta, Columbus, Augusta and Savannah with huge margins for Dems.

      47% in

      Warnock 884,585 53.64%
      Walker 781,989 46.71%

    68. Tgca says:


      DSS stands for DeSantis Sycophant Syndrome.
      A number of cases have so far surfaced at HHR, of which you appear to be the pack leader.

    69. Gordon Allen says:

      my concern is first,last,and always about the national security interests of the US.
      EVERYTHING you write Jason puts Ukraine above those of the US. You’re blatantly not a patriot.
      I think Washington or Franklin said the US was not created to go abroad to slay monsters there.
      You disagree. I believe our Founders had more wisdom in their fingernails than you have in your whole brain,such as it is.
      Or were they all Putin lovers/ appease too?
      You’re an absolute joke on this topic. The future of America is not affected at all as in zero,whether Zelensky regains the Russian speaking regions of Eastern Ukraine. Unless we fall into a war there.
      You have never explained what our national interest there is now. Never

    70. jason says:

      Warnock 946,539 52.17%
      Walker 868,291 47.83%

      If this reflects the EV and the ED vote is counted later, maybe good news for Walker.

      The caveat is I think Walker nets another 200k from DeKalb.

    71. jason says:

      You have never explained what our national interest there is now. Never”

      Sure I have. It is in our complete national interest that Putin not be allowed to create a Greater Russia or recreate the Soviet Union or restart the Cold War.

      A new Cold War brought about by allowing Russian expansionism would cost trillions more than the piddly amount we are providing the Ukrainians, so there is a financial as well as geopolitical statk involved.

      If you actually got your head out of Putin’s ass and your stupid magazines and video games you would understand this is MUCH bigger than “Russian speaking regions of Eastern Ukraine”. If the Russians were just interested in these areas they already controlled, they wouldn’t be sacrificing their equipment, soldiers, and economy.

      Their ambitions are much greater than that. They didn’t need to start a war over the Dombas.

      You are the dumbest poster here by far. Quite a distinction.

    72. jason says:

      Warnock 989,632 51%
      Walker 947,587 49%

    73. Cash Cow TM says:

      Why bother with the stages of the GA vote?

      We all know how it will end.

      Warlock wins 53-47, or 52-48, or 51-49.

    74. jason says:

      So Cash Cow has a life?


    75. jason says:

      That last time Cow was so sure of an election his candidate lost big time.

      So maybe there is hope.

    76. jason says:

      Warnock 1,027,349 50.2
      Walker 1,018,920 49.8


    77. jason says:

      Walker 1,043,525
      Warnock 1,034,907


    78. jason says:

      They are holding back the DeKalb vote to see how many they will need in the end…

    79. Bitterlaw says:

      Jason is blatantly not a patriot? That might put Jason ahead for the year in points.

      People who rely on Washington and Franklin for advice on foreign affairs and alliances always forget that both men died before 1800. The US had no ability to slay monsters abroad. The US was irrelevant militarily and would not have tipped the balance of any European struggle. Washington warned against alliances even though America had won independence because of alliances.

      In the 19th century the US stayed out of Europe’s wars for the same reason I never declared myself for the NBA draft. I couldn’t compete.

    80. Gordon Allen says:

      Russias expansion with what? Those fearsome 190 000 Spartan warriors??
      C’mon Man. GIVE it up!!
      They never existed but were the contemporary magnification of Mussolini’s joke of an Army.

    81. jason says:

      Walker has a 40k lead with 61% in.

      The problem is there are still a lot of Warnock votes out in the Atlanta area.

    82. jason says:

      Jason is blatantly not a patriot? That might put Jason ahead for the year in points.”


      The guy is a toadie and sycophant of a despotic war criminal like Putin is the real patriot.

      You can’t make this sh-t up.

    83. Gordon Allen says:

      Putting Ukraines interest in regaining Russian speaking land lost in 2014 the issue now present and NEVER articulating a serious US national interest in that outcome,yes is unpatriotic.
      I care about the US; no reasonable reading can conclude he doesn’t put Ukraines desires above that. As you do.I don’t.

    84. jason says:

      Half of Dekalb came in and gave Warnock a 20k lead.

    85. jason says:

      Putting Ukraines interest in regaining Russian speaking land lost in 2014″

      You are a pathological liar making sh-t up.

      The Russians started the war, not Ukraine. The Russians already had that land.

      They invaded Ukraine to annex the country, and barring that, gain as much territory as possible before moving on to the next target.

      Even an ignorant Putin appeaser like you should understand that.

      Just be honest and come out and say it. You support Putin and his expansionist dreams.

      The truth will set you free.

    86. jason says:

      The GA election is very close, Warnock up by 4k votes, but I don’t see Walker being able to overcome what is left in the Atlanta area. DeKalb, Fulton, Gwinnett,and Cobb are trailing the count.

    87. Bitterlaw says:

      Ukraine’s interest is to get the Russian troops out of Ukraine.

    88. jason says:

      Walker ahead by 215 votes out of 2.6 million cast.

      Unfortunately he should start losing ground with the last 25% of the vote.

    89. jason says:

      Taking Putin’s side is now ‘patriotic”.

      I think I have heard everything here.

      Neville Allen might be the dumbest poster EVER to post here.

    90. SanDiegoCitizen says:

      Putin appeasers need to send Putin a get well card.

      “Russian president Vladimir Putin has reportedly slipped down five stairs and soiled himself at his official residence in Moscow, amid speculation about the 70-year-old’s declining health. The New York Post reported Vladimir Putin’s fall quoting a Telegraph Channel that claimed that the Russian leader landed on his coccyx or tailbone during the fall, which caused him to “involuntarily defecate””

    91. Gordon Allen says:

      Jason:you’re right!!
      The “separatists”( is the Russians) ALREADY controlled much of Eastern Ukraine BEFORE the war,as you just acknowledged. And the Crimea. U. Both largely Russian speaking areas..
      Zelensky is now trying to reverse that status quo. Of what strategic interest is it to us to resolve borders going back to Stalin and Khruschevs time( where the borders of Ukraine were established?
      To the extent Russia now controls areas in excess of that and/or non Russian areas,I agree with that.
      But that is NOT what Zelensky is now demanding.
      We have no interest in that,nor has any been articulated other than Putin bad.
      All can stipulate to that latter point.

    92. SanDiegoCitizen says:

      The Ukrainians do not publicly discuss their military actions. However, it now appears Ukrainian troops are active on the east side of the Dneiper River in the Kherson region. They might be about to cut the Crimea off from areas occupied by Russian troops. That and drone strikes in Russia are going to make this an unpleasant winter for Putin.

    93. Paul says:

      The “separatists” didn’t exist in those regions before 2014. They were all pro-Ukraine. I watched them form as a result of intimidation by Russian special forces that pretended to be citizens. These Russian Special forces killed one of the town’s mayor and city council members for flying the national flag at one point. Lot’s of other atrocities and killings happened at the hands of Russians in 2014.

    94. Paul says:

      Gordon Allen:
      Town after town, there was a process of removing the town’s mayor or city leaders if they were pro-Ukraine, and replacing with strongmen with pro-Russian inclination. The attacks by Ukrainian troops happened as a result of this first wave of overthrowing local governments.

    95. SanDiegoCitizen says:

      95. Your forgetting Zelensky is himself a Russian speaker from a Russian speaking area, and that Russian speaking areas of the Ukraine have resisted Putin and are loyal to Ukraine. The City of Kharkiv as an example, is a leading Russian speaking city, and fiercely pro-Ukraine. The area of the Donbass that Putin occupied initially were only a small part of the Russian speaking area of the Ukraine.

    96. Robbie says:

      Dave Wasserman

      I’ve seen enough: Sen. Raphael Warnock (D) defeats Herschel Walker (R) in the #GASEN runoff, giving Democrats a 51-49 majority in the Senate.

      – Thanks, Donnie. You can really pick ’em.

    97. JeffP says:

      Another Trump Senate candidate bites the dust.

    98. SanDiegoCitizen says:

      From Newsweek:

      “Putin’s State-Run Media Admits Russian-Speaking Ukrainians Fighting Back

      BY JASON LEMON ON 6/04/22
      Pundits on the Kremlin’s state-run television admitted that Russian-speaking Ukrainians are fighting back against Moscow’s aggression, despite Russian President Vladimir Putin and other top officials claiming they were invading Ukraine to liberate that segment of the Eastern European nation’s population.

      Putin launched the full-scale invasion on February 24, drawing swift international backlash. Although Russian leaders reportedly believed that they would quickly take control and be welcomed with open arms by Russian-speakers in the country, they have faced fierce resistance. Russia has been forced to substantially walk-back its goal of toppling the government in Kyiv, instead focusing its military operations on the eastern Donbas region.

      To justify the internationally condemned invasion, Putin has bizarrely claimed that his forces are working to liberate native Russian speakers from “Nazi” leaders. In reality, Ukraine’s President Volodymyr Zelensky is Jewish and had family members who died in the Holocaust genocide perpetuated by the German Nazis during World War II. Zelensky is also a native Russian speaker, who was mocked by his critics for his inability to speak Ukrainian without mistakes during his presidential campaign.”

    99. SanDiegoCitizen says:

      If Kemp or Raffensperger had been the Republican Senate candidate in Georgia, believe either would have won. But Trump was more concerned with recruiting a candidate who would kiss his ring than actually winning the Senate seat.

    100. BayernFan says:

      Dems gain a senate seat. As I predicted on election night. Now watch the house elect a Dem speaker bc of the idiots who hate McCarthy so much for some reason.

    101. Robbie says:

      Bob Vander Plaats

      If this prediction by @Redistrict holds, not only does @HerschelWalker lose but it’s another blow to former President Trump. Conservatives across the country are tired of losing. #2024 is key to winning the future again. #ChooseWell

      – An evangelical political kingmaker in Iowa.

      Trump, a moron and a crook, wrecked the party because he could accept that he lost the 2020 race.

    102. Robbie says:

      SDC gets it.

      The fever is starting to break.

      Trump is a plague on our politics.

    103. Tina says:

      Let’s get rid of this Beotch.

      Ned Ryun

      Hearing that
      spent seven figures on private jets, six figures on staff spa retreats, tens of thousands on clothes at Nordstrom. All party funds, BTW. Oh, and if we lose GA tonight she’ll be 0 for 5 in elections while chair. . .

    104. Tina says:

      Rona Romney’s salary is $400,000.

    105. Robbie says:

      Aaron Blake

      If Warnock wins, Democrats will have gained 1 Senate seat and 2 governor’s seats.

      It would be the first time since 1934 that a president’s party has gained in both in a midterm.

      – Trump is the best thing that ever happened to Democrats. He has allowed them to win, win, win.

    106. Robbie says:

      Josh Holmes

      Rural vs suburban is NOT a mutually exclusive appeal. Brian Kemp did it in GA. Ron Desantis did it to historically significant margins in FL. Anyone who tells you Republicans need to excise one part of a coalition for another is prescribing a destiny of losing for generations

      – Jason fraud, you idiot moron, he’s talking to clowns like you.

      You continue to get everything completely wrong and it makes me smile. You’re an idiot of epic proportions.

    107. Robbie says:

      Trump train to Republicans: Get in losers, we’re going losing!

    108. Tina says:

      Brilliant job to push amnesty and a media bailout deal, Biden beitch.

      Alex Bruesewitz ??

      The RINO Lt. Gov of Georgia,
      , ran to the liberal media a couple days ago & said he won’t be voting for Herschel Walker. He encouraged others to stay home as well.

      Paul Ryan & other RINOs will wrongly blame Trump for the loss.

      Trumps not the problem. RINOs are!

    109. jason says:

      Looks like Walker will come up 90k votes short 49-51%.

      The margin in DeKalb for Warnock was 200k votes. Fulton 200k votes. Just in those 2 counties Walker had to make up 400k votes. Add Guinnett 60k and Clayton 55k and Cobb 50k and Walker needed to make up 565k votes from the Atlanta area. He only made up 475k.

      Walker won the ED vote by a huge margin but it wasn’t enough to overcome the goose that is laying the golden eggs for Dems.

      The GOP has the governorship and the legislature in GA. They should do away with VBM and EV except for people traveling or disabled.

      They won’t.

    110. jason says:

      but it’s another blow to former President Trump.”

      What a bunch of crap.

      Hershel Walker won the primary with 70%+ of the vote. He would have been the nominee Trump or no Trump.

      Trump’s candidate was actually super maga Doug Collins. Even the WAPO said it was a “blow to Trump” when Collins decided not to run. The AJC said the same thing.

      “Former U.S. Rep. Doug Collins ruled out a run for the U.S. Senate or other public office in 2022, ending speculation that the staunch Donald Trump ally could challenge newly elected Democratic U.S. Sen. Raphael Warnock after a failed special election bid last year.

      The move is a blow to some pro-Trump Republicans who hoped Collins would use his high name recognition and staunchly conservative record to make another run for office, though every other serious Republican contender plans to highlight his or her allegiance to the former president

      Longtime Collins strategist Chip Lake said the former congressman wrestled with the decision for days before making up his mind.

      “If you’re going to run statewide and be successful, you have to be 110% committed to the effort,” Lake said. “And he just couldn’t get there in his head, so he made the decision to back away.”

    111. jason says:

      Well deserved!

      “Time Magazine named Ukraine President Volodymyr Zelenskyy its person of the year, saying “this year’s choice was the most clear-cut in memory.” The magazine said Zelenskyy “galvanized the world in a way we haven’t seen in decades,” crediting his decision not to flee Kyiv after Russia’s invasion began Feb. 24.

      “From his first 40-second Instagram post on Feb. 25 – showing that his Cabinet and civil society were intact and in place – to daily speeches delivered remotely to the likes of houses of Parliament, the World Bank, and the Grammy Awards, Ukraine’s President was everywhere,” Time wrote. “His information offensive shifted the geopolitical weather system, setting off a wave of action that swept the globe.”

    112. jason says:

      The RINO Lt. Gov of Georgia,
      , ran to the liberal media a couple days ago & said he won’t be voting for Herschel Walker. He encouraged others to stay home as well.

      Paul Ryan & other RINOs will wrongly blame Trump for the loss.”


      There are probably 90k Rs that refused to vote for a black deplorable.

      The own the loss, not Trump.

    113. jason says:

      Also Trump did not get involved in the runoff in GA, limiting himself to robocalls and fundraising.

      So the TDS morons cannot have it both ways.

    114. jason says:

      To the extent Russia now controls areas in excess of that and/or non Russian areas,I agree with that.
      But that is NOT what Zelensky is now demanding.”


      Zelensky is the President of Ukraine. He has an obligation to the the Russians out of Ukraine period.

      I have already stated I would support an agreement where Russians go back to the pre-war borders.

      But only an idiot like Neville Allen who gets his sophomoric views from magazines and video games thinks the Russians have sacrificed 50k dead and hundreds of thousands of wounded and lost hundreds of billions in equipment just so they can go back to what they already had before the invasion.

      The Russians invaded Ukraine to annex as much territory as possible AND install a puppet regime in Kiev. Having achieved that goal, they would immediately move on to the next target.

      THIS is what is in the US national interest to prevent at all costs.

      Maybe Neville Allen’s tiny brain can comprehend it now.

    115. jason says:

      he “separatists”( is the Russians) ALREADY controlled much of Eastern Ukraine BEFORE the war,”

      This is a lie too. They controlled part of the Dombas (Donetsk and Luhansk) but only about 1/3 of the region.

      So controlled “much of Eastern Ukraine” is another bald faced lie of the many Neville Allen tells here.

      Here is the map from September of 2020 showing the Russian controlled areas.

    116. jason says:

      Now compare with what the Russians control today and it is literally at least 10 times more than what they had before the war, just to illustrate how far serial liar Neville Allen will go to support his icon Putin.

    117. jason says:

      Let me make it simple for Putin toadie Neville Allen.

      Do you support forcing the Russians back to the pre-war borders where they remain in control of about 1/3rd of the Dombas and Crimea?

      Yes or no?

    118. jason says:

      The much heralded (by the MSM and TDS morons) “conviction” of the Trump companies is huge nothingburger that was just designed for propaganda purposes.

      “The maximum penalty the company could pay is $1.62 million, a drop in the bucket for the Trump Organization, which often raked in hundreds of millions of dollars in revenue per year during his presidency. The company has spent more money paying its lawyers to fight the case.

      The size of the potential punishment underscores that while the tax fraud conviction has forever tarred the Trump Organization’s name — and branded it a felonious enterprise — the company is facing far less than a financial death sentence.? ?And it helps explains why the company was unwilling to plead guilty.

      Okay, so the overall Trump family enterprise will not get impacted much by this conviction. What about the two specific units? Do they have to get closed? Not really, the New York Times reports, but Trump may decide to close them anyway just to distance himself from the scandal. And it won’t be hard to do:

      It is unclear what changes Mr. Trump might make to the company in the wake of the verdict. The Trump Organization is a collection of more than 500 corporate entities, only two of which were on trial.

      It is possible that he could shutter those corporations — the Trump Corporation and ?the ?Trump Payroll Corp. — without much effort. …

      A company, of course, cannot be imprisoned, and the two convicted Trump corporations are not publicly traded. As such, there are no financial regulators to punish them or public investors to flee from them.? ?

      The Trump Corporation and ?the ?Trump Payroll Corp. are? also? not central to Mr. Trump’s moneymaking enterprise.They largely perform back-office functions, employing and paying top executives, so they do not hold any loans, liquor licenses? or other privileges that might slip away in the wake of the conviction.? “

    119. Pitchaboy says:

      Every single statewide GA candidate got over 2 million votes and won for R. The only loss was Walker(twice). Candidates matter: PA and GA were pathetic candidate choices.

    120. Dylan says:

      I’m so tired of winning…….now I know how Charlie Sheen feels

    121. jason says:


      “The Morning Briefing: Stop Blaming Trump for Failed GOP 2022 Candidates

      Another day, another lament from me about the messiness in the Republican party. It is utterly amazing how much chaos one little failed red wave can unleash.

      In case you missed it, the 2022 midterm elections finally came to an end last night, which Matt covered:

      Less than three hours after the polls closed on Tuesday, PJ Media partner Decision Desk HQ projects that incumbent Democratic Senator Raphael Warnock has won reelection in a runoff election against Trump-endorsed Republican opponent Herschel Walker.

      Naturally, the lefties and moderate/left Republicans blame Walker’s loss on Donald Trump. We’ve endured almost a month of hearing that Trump singlehandedly ruined the red wave. It’s nonsense, of course, and it’s counterproductive.

      Trump is influential, he’s not freakin’ magical.

      When the Georgia results were called, this was my reaction:

      That prompted a response from a Republican who thought he was making an original point by saying that Mitch McConnell didn’t pick Walker or any of the other Republican candidates who didn’t win their Senate races.

      Well, neither did Donald Trump. He merely endorsed them. The voters picked them.

      Each state had different factors in play too. I’ll give you just a couple from here in Arizona.

      I wrote in July about Mark Kelly’s ability to amass a pile of cash and not have to spend much of it because the Arizona GOP had agreed to an early August primary.

      And the reason Blake Masters won that primary wasn’t only because Trump endorsed him, it was because the state GOP here doesn’t have a bench. Why do you think Martha McSally managed to lose races to both of Arizona’s Democratic senators? She’s a horrible candidate but the Arizona GOP didn’t have any more viable options to offer.

      Trust me, any of the people who Masters beat in the primary would have lost to Kelly.

      The danger in reducing the Republicans’ lackluster performance in 2022 to “Trump candidates” is that it gives GOP leadership a chance to wriggle off of the hook. My question for the suddenly vocal McConnell fanboys is this: if he’s so brilliant, why wasn’t his considerable influence and fundraising apparatus able to put forth strong candidates in the places like Arizona, Georgia, or Pennsylvania? If, as the current ridiculous narrative goes, Trump’s picks were such awful candidates surely Maestro Mitch and the Squish Squad could have found some establishment-kissed foes to knock them off.

      The Republican party needs to do a lot of soul-searching before the 2024 presidential race begins in earnest next year. Donald Trump will be a big part of that. Despite being a fan of his, I do think he’s bringing some problems to the table this time around.

      This one isn’t on him though. Blaming him gives the moribund D.C. Republican elites a reason to avoid figuring out what it wants to do to get serious about keeping the Democrats from running them into permanent minority status.”

    122. jason says:

      This is it in a nutshell.

      “This one isn’t on him though. Blaming him gives the moribund D.C. Republican elites a reason to avoid figuring out what it wants to do to get serious about keeping the Democrats from running them into permanent minority status.”

    123. Tgca says:


      Welcome back Pitch. Now GFY! … and I say that with love in my heart.

      Blame the voters!

      The voter choose the candidates in the primary and they also choose whom to vote for in the GE.

      It’s true that once a candidate is chosen, the party machine should also be behind it but that’s often not the case.

    124. jason says:

      Moribund DC Republican elites.

      THAT is the real problem for the GOP.

      It isn’t Donald Trump.

    125. jason says:

      I take my hat off to anyone who can handle 20 wives…

      “FLAGSTAFF, Ariz. (AP) — The leader of small polygamous group near the Arizona-Utah border had taken at least 20 wives, most of them minors, and punished followers who did not treat him as a prophet, newly filed federal court documents show.

      Samuel Bateman was a former member of the Fundamentalist Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints, or FLDS, until he left to start his own small offshoot group. He was supported financially by male followers who also gave up their own wives and children to be Bateman’s wives, according to an FBI affidavit.”

    126. jason says:

      Another reason for GOP losses that have nothing to do with Trump or “candidate quality” BS.

    127. Tgca says:

      Keep in mind GA would have 2 GOP senators today if they did not have their rule that a candidate must get over 50% to win.

      Both GOP candidates got the most votes before special run-off elections. So the initial vote winners are thrown aside to give non-vote winners another chance to win.

      …it’s like the STOOPID ranked voting. The GOP ties it’s own hands in elections to give the Dems the advantage through process instead of voter appeal.

    128. jason says:

      Raphael Warnock DEM*
      Herschel Walker GOP

      Had everyone who voted for Walker in the GE voted for him again in the runoff he would have won by 100k votes.

      Hard to blame that on Trump.

    129. jason says:

      “WASHINGTON (Reuters) – A hardline Republican U.S. lawmaker on Tuesday announced he will challenge House of Representatives party chief Kevin McCarthy for the House speakership, a prospect that could lead to party turmoil when the Republican-led chamber convenes in January.

      Representative Andy Biggs, 64, of Arizona, seems unlikely to win the speakership. But both his allies and those of McCarthy, 57, of California, have pledged to hold multiple votes until a new speaker is chosen. That could leave the new Republican-led House adrift at its outset.

      Biggs, who mounted a failed bid for the House Republican speaker nomination last month, said he had decided to oppose McCarthy to “break the establishment.”

      Biggs and other conservatives from the House Freedom Caucus have criticized McCarthy for not taking a harder line against Democrats on priorities including government funding, defense and border security.”

      Has NYC been here yet to defend the Freedom Caucus morons yet?

    130. Tgca says:

      I think it might be best for the GOP to lose 2024. Maybe we need a Kamala or Newsom presidency just to let people feel the pain.

      I think the best thing for this country right now is a massive depression rivaling the 1930s.

      Let millions lose their jobs, savings, homes, etc.

      Let crime run rampant.

      Let libs discriminate against whites and Asians and deny them opportunities.

      Let the LGBTQIA2S+ indoctrinate kids and destroy an entire generation by sexualizing them into a life of ck fusion, drugs, and STDS.

      Let men who support letting criminals on the street be victims of car jackings and have their sons murdered by thugs.

      Let women who support being easy on criminals to equalize justice live with the increased rapes.

      Then maybe they’ll appreciate Democracy.

      I don’t wish these things, I say just let it happen.

      It’s the only way to shock people out of supporting radical lefties who value socialism and communism over Democracy.

      America last is what many want so I say give it to them.

    131. Tgca says:


      I’m fine with that!

      McCarthy has been a weak leader. Maybe this challenge will toughen him up. He let fat skank Cheney dominate him for months before shutting her down.

    132. Brandon says:

      Agreed that the GA Legislature should eliminate the runoff.

    133. Tgca says:

      Let’s face it!

      Tough times call for tough measures.

      I think the GOP needs to fight like Hell to try and roll back the lib agenda. That will not happen with people like Mitchie.

      The GOP needs a fighter! That’s why I support Trump. He’s got a lot of baggage but he’ll take the fight to them and won’t give up.

      I can’t think of any other GOPer who can do that right now. Maybe Kennedy, Hawley, Jordan come to mind. They appear to be fearless fighters and have charisma and can light up a room and e energize people.

      …and No! DeSanctimonius is NOT on my list. He’s a country club defensive bore who can’t energize a room other than mocking others in front of a friendly crowd. To me, he’s another Scott Walker or Rick Perry whose appeal is geographical and not national.

    134. Tgca says:


      The GOP should agree on a national voting agenda that makes them competitive with Dems.

      Get rid of these run-offs and ranked voting. They have given the Dems 2 senators and a CongressCritter in otherwise safe GOP states.

      The GOP also needs to come into the 21st century and STOP relying solely on Election Day turnout. It has failed the last few cycles.

      The GOP lost in 2022 even though they turned out more voters.

      It’s like refusing to use computers these days to run a distribution business. You get left behind by not embracing change.

    135. Tgca says:

      Ok. I’m fine with my TOUGH LOVE for now.

      I need to man up and go get me some more tofu.

      Later Ladies!

    136. Tgca says:


      “Done” not “fine” you STOOPID f*ckin’ auto corrector.

    137. Tgca says:

      …and Happy Pearl Harbor Day.

      It was 81 years ago today that America got an azz whooping by the sneaky lil’ Japs…

      …but those sneaky lil’ Bishes ultimately got their comeuppance 100 times+ 4 years later in Nagasaki and Hiroshima.

      F*ckin’ eh!!!

      Unfortunately today, such an attack would be met with “why did America provoke this” mentality from the libs, MSM, and snowflakes.

    138. Tina says:

      Lee Zeldin

      RNC Chair Ronna McDaniel should not run for a 4th term.

      I won’t be running for RNC Chair at this time with McDaniel’s reelection pre-baked by design, but that doesn’t mean she should even be running again.

      It’s time the GOP elects new leadership!

      It’s time for fresh blood!
      5:00 AM · Dec 7, 2022

    139. Pitchaboy says:

      I am not blaming Mr. Walker. Merely pointing out he was unacceptable to about 10% of voters who otherwise voted R down the line. It is stunning that they get Governor, Lt. Gov and AG handily. They don’t get this. Good news is that R can win statewide elections with decent candidates notwithstanding the EV Machine of D.

    140. Bitterlaw says:

      Welcome back, Pitch. I hope you are well.


    141. jason says:

      I understand her life insurance company has already mailed out the check….

      “A sister of Iran’s Supreme Leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei has condemned his crackdown on nationwide protests and called on the widely-feared Revolutionary Guards to lay down their weapons, according to a letter published by her France-based son. …

      Badri Hosseini Khamenei, who lives in Iran and is the sister of Ayatollah Khamenei, criticised the clerical establishment starting from the time of the Islamic Republic’s late founder Ayatollah Ruhollah Khomeini to her brother’s rule, the letter, dated “December 2022”, said.

    142. Brandon says:

      “The GOP also needs to come into the 21st century and STOP relying solely on Election Day turnout. It has failed the last few cycles.”

      Yep. Bank your voters early with early voting so you can focus your efforts on whoever is left on Election Day.

    143. jason says:

      Merely pointing out he was unacceptable to about 10% of voters who otherwise voted R down the line”

      So these morons have a Marxist Fidel Castro admirer wife abuser deadbeat dad instead.

      I think this is on them, not Trump.

    144. jason says:

      with decent candidates”

      Zzzzz… “decent” is another code word for “quality”.

      Deplorables need not apply. Only suburban country club elitist Rs are considered “decent” and “quality”.

      Walker is a black man from humble origins who played football.

      According to the MSM and the establishment GOP and the TDS morons you can’t be “quality” or “decent” with that background. Horrors.

    145. Pitchaboy says:

      DJT’s modus opera do to win was branding his opponents successfully: Crying Chuck, Lil Marco, Lying Ted, Low energy Jeb. The D and the media took a page out of his playbook and made his brand toxic. There is very little chance he can fix it, provided he doesn’t end up in jail.

    146. Pitchaboy says:

      This time around his branding tactics won’t work. All of this is unfortunate because he did a lot of good as President.

    147. jason says:

      Yep. Bank your voters early with early voting so you can focus your efforts on whoever is left on Election Day.”

      Suicide unless you know your EV is going to count.

      “Banking your votes” early is just another opportunity to have them thrown out. It just gives the Dem election officials more time to get rid of them.

      The problem with EV is the same as with VBM, you don’t know if your vote will count.

      If you vote on ED, it is much harder to defraud that vote. Of course, it does nothing to ensure the integrity of the EV.

      Turn on CSPAN.. the Dems are approving far left judges as we speak.

      We had the opportunity to shut this off starting in January. But some Rs wanted to make it about Trump.

    148. jason says:

      This time around his branding tactics won’t work. All of this is unfortunate because he did a lot of good as President.”

      Don’t bet on it.

      The TDS morons are doing everything they can to ensure any “brand” Trump puts on the Golden Calf sticks.

    149. jason says:

      The Golden Calf can win as pro-Trump.

      If he takes the advice of the TDS morons (so far he hasn’t) to run as anti-Trump he will lose.

      You read it here first.

    150. jason says:

      Neville Allen is a certified moron but he is right when he says there is little policy difference between the Golden Calf and Trump.

      The Golden Calf has to resist pressure from the elitist country club Republicans to change that.

      The Golden Calf should take Harmeet Dhillon’s advice and run on a populist message, even if he doesn’t use that word.

      Run as Trump would, champion of the working class. Champion of the small business owner. Champion of minorities that are not looking for government handouts but are looking for economic opportunity and advancement. Champion of those that oppose woke culture. Champion of parents concerned about their kids being brainwashed.

      Wine sipping liberal white suburban women? Try to get their vote and you will lose a lot more than you gain.

    151. jason says:

      The R party is now either a populist party or it is a dead party.

      And again, the R party is not populist because of Trump. To the contrary, the fact populism appeals to R primary is why Trump was nominated and elected.

      Trump found a home in the R party, it did not change because of him. Trump was a symptom of the changes in R primary voters, not the cause.

      And I don’t even agree with with the “new” R party. At heart, I am an interventionist. I can’t think of one US military intervention I opposed. I believe the US needs to protect its allies and its interests wherever they are. I am a free trader. I abhor the protectionism and isolationism of most R voters. I am not a social conservative. My ideas are much more attuned to a Ronald Reagan than a Donald Trump.

      But I can see where the party has to go to survive, and it is not the GOP of 2014 or 2008 or 2004 or the 1990’s, that party is dead and gone.

      The GOP can only save it self by rebranding as a working class party.

    152. Tgca says:



      DeSanctimonius CANNOT and WILL NOT win a 2024 GE without kissing Trump’s ring whether others here want to accept it or not. Probably the reason he’s not responded to Trump’s mocking even though he’ll rush out in front of news cameras to challenge and mock anyone else that criticizes him because he’s so thin-skinned.

      Ronaldo owes his fortune to Trump and Trump can easily sink him. Ronaldo knows that! He FEARS crossing Trump at this time.

      DeSanctimonius can’t win with just the Country Club Republicans he associates with, he needs the MAGA voters.

      DeSanctimonius is neither charismatic or energetic and is not going to excite voters towards him. His defensiveness and thin-skin easily is on display when he is challenged. Trump would rip him to shreds in a debate.

      If it came down to it, and DeSanctimonius screwed Trump over, I would not vote for DeSanctimonius in the GE and there are millions like me.

      I believe in respect and loyalty. You trample on that, then GFY. I won’t vote for you because I won’t trust you.

      So down on your knees DeSanctimonius. You’re Trump’s Bish and everyone knows it!

    153. Tgca says:

      So now we have Gay Cocaine flooding our streets after the Gay Monkey Pox.


    154. jason says:

      As usual Tgca clown takes things too far.

      I will support the Golden Calf if he is the nominee, my comments are constructive on what I think he needs to win.

      I don’t think he needs to kiss Trump’s ring, but he has to acknowledge he owes his success in politics to Trump and that he needs Trump’s base to vote for him to win.

      The Golden Calf can win as the pro-Trump candidate. He will lose as the anti-Trump candidate.

    155. Tgca says:


      Ok. Ok.

      If you insist, DeSamctomonius does NOT have to kiss Trump’s ring…he can just kiss Trump’s Azz!

      That better?

    156. jason says:

      FOX’s Peter Doocy: Why go a border state and not visit the border?

      Biden: Because there are more important things going on they’re going to invest billions of dollars in a new enterprise”

    157. jason says:

      Looks like the Peruvian communist President is trying to stage a coup.

      Tried to dissolve Congress, which then voted to impeach him.

      Rumors are he is trying to escape to Mexican embassy but citizens are blocking the entrance.

      A mess.

      I am not telling Lupita because she probably has a lot of relatives in Peru.

    158. Walt says:

      Apparently Cow has been banned from posting at HHR.

    159. jason says:

      Everybody died?

    160. jason says:

      Zombie Apocalypse at HHR.

      jason survives.

    161. Cash Cow TM says:

      Cow test

    162. Cash Cow TM says:


      Cow is BACK.


      Now, what Hal would not let me post was a article about how about 9 or 11 states that have decided to allow illegal immigrants to be covered by Medicaid and CHIPS/

      Also, at least one state is going to allow coverage to pregnancy illegal immigrants.

      It will cost the taxpayers many millions.

    163. jason says:

      I should have known no Zombie Apocalypse would kill Walt off…

    164. Robbie says:


    165. Robbie says:

      I’m back!

    166. Tgca says:

      Just got back from dinner with friend.

      This place is dead!

    167. Tgca says:

      Oh thank Gawd! We didn’t lose Wobbie.

      He’s baaaaaaaack.

    168. Bitterlaw says:

      I’m still here. Just avoiding battles for the night.

    169. jason says:


    170. SanDiegoCitizen says:


    171. SanDiegoCitizen says:

      Not only was Cow not able to post, but as someone who grew up milking cows, I could not post either.

    172. JeffP says:

      I am seeing a few more polls with DeSantis polling higher than Trump. And No I don’t have TDS just an observation for 2024. But I am glad :).

    173. SanDiegoCitizen says:

      177. Seeing it to.

    174. Bitterlaw says:

      I agree with Jason that the GOP has to change its focus. It will get my vote no matter what it does because I have voted 100% Republican since 1986. I don’t ask anything in return. I want all levels of government to just leave me alone.

    175. Bitterlaw says:

      America-hater Brittney Griner released in exchange for arms dealer. I guess Russia will not be winning the Prisoner Olympics in women’s basketball this year.

    176. Brandon says:

      We could at least have gotten a 3rd round pick to go along with it.

    177. Bitterlaw says:

      Brandon gets the Zing!

    178. jason says:

      I agree with Jason that the GOP has to change its focus. It will get my vote no matter what it does because I have voted 100% Republican since 1986.”

      Yes, in 2024 whatever our differences we will be supporting the GOP nominee while Amoral Scumbag will be trashing the GOP nominee and will be voting for Biden or Newsome or Kamala or whatever.

    179. Bitterlaw says:

      What if the Democrats support llama-human marriage?

    180. jason says:

      And No I don’t have TDS”

      Hilarious how the TDS morons like JeffP get triggered when it is pointed out they are TDS morons.

      I guess it is one of the most obvious symptoms of the disease.

    181. hugh says:

      My prediction is that Desantis will be our nominee whether trump continues to run or not. However, I do not think he will win if trump stays with his usual scorched earth approach. If we lose in 2024, the judges being appointed by democrats will give them all they need to completely consolidate there power so they will control the country regardless of who wins the elections. They are almost there now.

      Trump can save his country or destroy it. If he supports desantis he will win. If he doesnt he might win. I no longer think trump can win. I wish he could. I understand why he is so bitter because that election was stolen from him. If not from outright fraud, then from censorship and judges allowing democrats to flood the country with mail in ballots etc not even allowed under state law. He the way he was cheated.

      If he loves his country more than himself he should get behind desantis. I live in Florida, and desantis has been great. Not sure where my buddy Tgca is coming from.

    182. jason says:

      Bitterlaw says:
      December 8, 2022 at 9:19 am

      What if the Democrats support llama-human marriage?”


    183. jason says:

      However, I do not think he will win if trump stays with his usual scorched earth approach.”

      Zzzzz…..hilarious how all the TDS morons who are going scorched earth against Trump want him to play nice and want “unity”.

      This illustrates why there will be no unity. The Golden Calf sycophants want to attack Trump and his voters relentlessly because they think this somehow elevates the Golden Calf. It doesn’t. All it does is drive away voters the GOP would need to win.

      The only scorched earth I see here are the TDS morons attacking Trump. Don’t whine later.

    184. jason says:

      The TDS morons can’t stop lying about Trump.

      Start with the GOP lost 2018, 2020, and 2022 because of Trump, a favorite among the TDS morons here.

      2018 was heavily affected by the narrative that Trump had colluded with Russians, obstructed justice and all that BS combined with the fact the party in the WH loses seats in midterms. 2020 was a close election decided by 42k votes in 3 states at best, fraudulent at worst, but the GOP gained seats in the House. Had it not been for COVID, Trump would have won in a landslide. 2022 was below expectations but the GOP still flipped the House, and 90%+ of Trump endorsements won, but of course the TDS morons want to talk about candidate “quality”. Trump did not cause the GOP to underperform in 2022, not even close.

      The TDS morons want to ignore all the benefits Trump brought to the GOP and all his accomplishments as President, when in fact the GOP should build on these benefits and accomplishments, not try to disparage them.

      So Hugh, look in the mirror before you accuse Trump of destroying the country.

    185. jason says:

      Not sure where my buddy Tgca is coming from.”

      I know where he is coming from.

      He understands that success in FL does not automatically translate to votes in other states. If you want the votes from the demographics that will allow you to win, you have to earn them. Showing up with “hey, they love me in FL, vote for me” is not going to work.

      He understands that if the GOP elites want to disparage and ignore the working class vote in favor of left leaning suburban elites it will lose in 2024, it is a net loss.

      He understands that holding on to the Trump base is essential to winning in 2024.

      Yeah, he uses a lot of hyperbole and exaggerations to make his point, but if you unwrap the BS I think that is the gist of where he is coming from/

    186. jason says:

      I agree with Jason that the GOP has to change its focus.”

      Just checked out the window to see if pigs were flying…

    187. jason says:

      If he loves his country more than himself he should get behind desantis.”

      You want a free lunch, huh?

      We all do.

    188. hugh says:

      Jason. Dont take what i said and assume things I dont believe. We will not win without Trumps base. That is part of my point. I wholeheartedly supported trump both times. If he won the nomination i would do it again. I do not think he has the best chance of winning in the general. My argument with Tgca is his portrayal of desantis and his overall response to covid is not what most floridians think.

    189. jason says:

      I do not think he has the best chance of winning in the general. My argument with Tgca is his portrayal of desantis and his overall response to covid is not what most floridians think.”

      I disagree with his portrayal too.

      And I would like to see the Golden Calf as the nominee.

      But frankly, to win he needs to avoid the country club elitist Rs like the plague. He has to win the nomination without alienating the voters that elected Trump in 2016 and came within 42k votes of doing it again in 2020. He has to run on Trump’s accomplishments, of which there are many.

    190. DW says:

      The election is over. Democrats are still evil for failing to protect the innocence of children, instead favoring the exposure of children to smut. They also favor pressuring boys to be castrated and girls to receive double-mastectomies.

      They are evil, all but Tulsi Gabbard who left them.

    191. Waingro says:

      2024 National Republican Primary:

      Trump 35%
      DeSantis 33%
      Haley 6%
      Pence 4%
      Christie 3%
      Cheney 3%
      Youngkin 2%
      Pompeo 2%
      Hogan 1%

      DeSantis 47%
      Trump 42%

      Yahoo/YouGov, Dec 1-5, 435 RV

    192. Bitterlaw says:

      The deal gets worse. In addition to freeing an arms dealer, US drops suit against Saudis.

    193. Waingro says:

      #198, my main issue with this poll is: how the heck are Hogan, Cheney and Christie cremes getting 6% of the electorate? Blah.

    194. jason says:

      I read an interesting article yesterday but forgot to save it.

      Basically it said that with 43% Biden approval, the midterms should not have been close.

      It was close because of ideological reasons. People who don’t approve of Biden were still left leaning enough to vote Dem anyway.

      We are a divided country, but ideology on the left is protecting even the worse Democrats, and that is why ethically challenged Dems like Fetterman, Warnock, Hochul and Hobbs are getting elected.

      There is no more middle in the American elections, the persuadable are very few.

      That is why the candidate “quality” argument is weak on both sides. Hobbs is an open border advocate in a border state who refused to debate. It didn’t matter, she had a D after her name. Warnock is a slumlord, wife abuser and a deadbeat dad and a fake preacher. It didn’t keep him from winning Fulton and DeKalb counties by 200k votes each. Fetterman is a Marxist hack who couldn’t put 2 words together in a debate. He would have won against ANY Republican because he had a D after his name, that is what it takes to win the Philly suburbs by massive margins.

      It is not about “quality”. It is about ideology.

      And conservatives are losing the ideology war because the leftists controls academia, the media, government agencies and now most of the corporate world.

    195. jason says:

      Looking at that poll, I guess I take back my comment that I would support any R nominee. I would support Trump, the Golden Calf, Youngkin, or Pompeo. Even Pence.

      But there is a bridge too far.

      I wouldn’t vote for “You must feel my pain Haley”, “fat media whore Christie”, “fat media whore Cheney or “fat TDS moron Hogan”.

    196. jason says:

      Trump won’t need more than 35% of the primary vote to get the nomination, btw.

    197. Waingro says:

      #202, yeah, I’m just about done with Haley too. She has been exposed as a bit of a fake and a fraud.

    198. jason says:

      Trump should make a secret deal with the Golden Calf. The Golden Calf will pardon him if convicted of anything. In exchange, Trump decides for personal health reasons he cannot run in 2024 and supports the Golden Calf.

      If the Golden Calf wins, he can take credit AND he gets pardoned.

      Win-win for everyone.

    199. jason says:

      “It’s important to understand that the death of George Floyd was personal and painful for many. In order to heal, it needs to be personal and painful for everyone”

      F–k her. Who is she to tell others what needs to be personal and painful? Who appointed her moral arbiter on what “heals” the nation? This is the absolute worse kind of pandering and IMO the fact she could not resist doing it renders her unfit for higher office. It shows that she will always try to take the easy way out of any crisis.

      George Floyd was not a hero or role model, he was a criminal. His treatment by the police was horrific and unnecessary and contributed if not caused his death. Those responsible were justifiably prosecuted and convicted.

      But in the end, the person who irresponsibly and criminally caused injury to George Floyd was a rogue cop, aided by other rogue cops who failed to intervene. It wasn’t “society”, it wasn’t “white people”, it wasn’t Republicans.

      So again, Nikki Haley can GFH.

    200. jason says:

      Who is lying?

      “During testimony on December 3, FBI supervisory special agent Elvis Chan disputed former Twitter executive Yoel Roth’s claims that the FBI warned the Big Tech company that Russia would likely release Hunter Biden’s emails before the 2020 election, as reported by the Washington Free Beacon, potentially setting up a showdown over the social media company’s censorship of the explosive story.

      Roth, who led Twitter’s Site Integrity team until his November resignation, told the Federal Election Commission that the FBI warnings prompted Twitter to censor an Oct. 14, 2020, New York Post article that detailed Biden’s business emails.

      Chan said FBI officials did not mention Biden in their weekly meetings with Twitter prior to the election.

      I do not remember us specifically saying ‘Hunter Biden’ in any meeting. So this would have been something that [Roth] would have just thought of as a hot-button issue on his own that happened in October.”

    201. jason says:

      This is like appointing Amoral Scumbag “misinformation czar” at HHR…^tfw|twcamp^tweetembed|twterm^16008777260216

    202. Robbie says:


      2024 National Republican Primary:

      Trump 35%
      DeSantis 33%
      Haley 6%
      Pence 4%
      Christie 3%
      Cheney 3%
      Youngkin 2%
      Pompeo 2%
      Hogan 1%

      DeSantis 47%
      Trump 42%

      Yahoo/YouGov, Dec 1-5, 435 RV

      – It’s really surprising how well DeSantis is doing without doing much of anything. Assuming he announces and becomes more well known to Republican voters, he may zoom past poor Donnie.

    203. jason says:

      he may zoom past poor Donnie”

      And as soon as that happens Amoral Scumbag will be here calling him not only a total bum, clown and Trump clone but a Nazi and racist.

      Bet on it.

    204. jason says:

      “Saudi Arabia’s Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman and UAE President Sheikh Mohammed bin Zayed led mediation efforts that secured the release of two prisoners between the US and Russia, a joint statement issued by both countries’ foreign ministries said on Thursday.

      “The ministries said the success of the mediation efforts was a reflection of the mutual and solid friendship between their two countries and the United States and Russia,” the statement said.

      “They also highlighted the important role played by the leaderships of the two brotherly countries in promoting dialogue between all parties,” it added.

    205. jason says:

      Two options:

      1) The Saudis were promised MBS immunity and other goodies

      2) The Saudis were concerned American gay woman was railroaded by Russian justice system

    206. Bitterlaw says:

      I know this will trigger Bad Philadelphia nonsense but this is a fascinating and tragic story. A dead boy was found in Philadelphia 65 years ago. Because nobody had reported him missing (he was brutally abused), he was known only as the boy in the box. His identity was not known until now. RIP

      It is still an open homicide investigation.

    207. Phil says:

      Just a matter of time until Robbie dumps all over DeSantis. You can take it to the bank.

    208. SanDiegoCitizen says:

      “A new Yahoo News/YouGov poll finds that Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis now leads former President Donald Trump by 5 percentage points in the race for the 2024 GOP presidential nomination.

      Trump previously led DeSantis by double-digit margins among registered voters who describe themselves as Republicans or Republican-leaning independents.

      Meanwhile, DeSantis is ahead by even more — a whopping 11 points — among Americans who say they voted in a 2016 Republican primary or caucus in their state.”

    209. Bitterlaw says:

      Phil – Welcome back. I hope you and your wife are well.

      Jason – Phil is back. Put his name back on the Active A-hole list. You can resume looking for lisab.

    210. jason says:

      Phil is a real A-hole.

      I had first class reservations on United and a suite at the Hyatt Regency in Houston for this weekend to do the welfare check.

      I was planning to set out to check Phil’s isolationist bunker right after brunch at Brennan’s.

    211. Skippy says:

      The AZ – abc15 – Data Guru

      The AZ and GA electorate is remarkably similar when comparing statewide Trump endorsed GOP to the not endorsed.

      Trump Endorsed GOP
      49.6% (-0.6)
      48.6% (-0.9)

      Not Trump Endorsed GOP
      55.7% (+11.4)
      53.4% (+7.5)


      New day coming for GOP.

      It’s time for this great to have a great Conservative party and leadership once again.

      God Bless.

    212. Phil says:

      Yeah guys. Been a tough three wks. My wife has taken a turn and we have entered hospice care so I probably won’t be posting much for a while. We are doing ok though.

    213. Bitterlaw says:

      Phil – I hope that you and your wife find peace at this difficult time. You have been blessed with each other.

      Politics is meaningless when real life intrudes. If there is anything I can do, please contact Dave with your information. The power of Tastykakes to comfort people is legendary. They can be found in Houston.

    214. Country Dick Montana says:

      Phil – I am certainly sorry to hear of you and your wife’s medical issues. Please know that everyone here will be thinking of you.

      Take care of the things that are important to you.

    215. Tgca says:


      Jadon knows where I’m coming from?

      Get the F*ck out of my head Jadon!

      I have enough baggage with not worrying about you snooping around and messing things up.

      If I start craving bacon, I’ll know why.

    216. Tgca says:


      Hyperbole? Exaggerations?

      I prefer to call it sarcasm.

    217. Sheeple,Jr. says:

      Sorry, Phil. Prayers up for you and your family.

    218. Tgca says:


      No need to refer to women as whores or Christie as fat.

      That’s just over the line and offensive.

      I prefer “skank” when referring to these women.

      Morbidly obese is more accurate for Christie.

    219. jason says:

      Skippy back with his usual stupid TDS ignorance.

      Comparing the Governor’s race in GA with a popular incumbent against a trainwreck like Stacey Abrams with the Senate seat where a complete newcomer like Hershel Walker against an incumbent (and the entire MSM and a 3-1 financial disadvantaged) is apples and oranges.

    220. jason says:

      Best wishes to you and your wife Phil.

    221. JeffP says:

      Wow….Hey Jason it’s hilarious that you think I am triggered by your label. Just answering a fool accordingly to their folly.

    222. jason says:

      No need to refer to women as whores or Christie as fat.”

      I said media whores.

      Christie…ok, fat.

    223. jason says:

      Wow….Hey Jason it’s hilarious that you think I am triggered by your label.”

      Translation: TDS moron triggered again.

    224. Tgca says:

      The TDS and DSS folks don’t realize that there is concerted effort by the MSM, Big Tech, Academia, libs, and many corporations to destroy Trump and deny him the opportunity to run again because they know he’s their biggest threat and has a better chance than any other GOPer winning in 2024.

      So the 24/7 deluge against Trump is to bring him down 1st using ANY means, including multiple indictments. Many here at HHR are buying into this just as the MSM and friends want so they’re placing all their hopes into DeSanctimonius just like they bought into Rick Perry and Scott Walker as saviors, both who were superstars until they went national and bombed.

      Then after Trump is gone, the malevolent forces will dispense with the GOP nominee. If it’s DeSanctimonius, they will rip him to shreds because he is used to having a friendly audience in a friendly state and he is woefully unprepared for how hard they will hit him 24/7 that he will constantly be defending his record instead of leading a national agenda.

      DeSanctimonius is no Trump and not likely to handle them like Trump did with a mix of in your face, humor, and sarcasm in a very energetic and entertaining way.

      DeDanctimonous is very rehearsed. He is not an energetic or quick on his feet to respond to unforeseen attacks. He does not have charisma to energize an audience. He is a bland speaker.

      DeSanctomonius is more likely to buckle under such pressure and just get defensive which is what the MSM and friends want. Keep him on the defensive. He does not take criticism well and his tone and response will likely turn off women in particular.

    225. jason says:

      I know this will trigger Bad Philadelphia nonsense”

      Nah, Philadelphia wasn’t always a crime ridden drug ridden sh-thole. 65 years ago it probably didn’t have near the violent crime rate it has today.

    226. Tgca says:

      I challenge anyone here to tell me what DeSanctimonius has done to make Floreedah so great that we did not already have under Rick Scott.

      The exaggerations of his pandemic success aside, please tell me what policies have been implemented under DeSanctimonius that have significantly improved upon what he inherited from Rick Scott.

      Ronaldo was handed a state in excellent shape by Rick Scott, who took office when Floreedah was at one of its lowest times with high unemployment, a severely depressed housing market, etc.

      Please name these great successes of DeSanctimonius that made the state better than what he was handed on a silver matter.

    227. Tgca says:


      American marine still held prisoner by Russia while Biden team focuses on getting anti-American lesbian freed in exchange for arms dealing terrorist.

      Where are American priorities?

      I think Congress should hold hearings to see how much effort was put forth to get an ungrateful American druggie released while an American marine is still held captive after 4 years.


    228. Tina says:

      Very disgusting tgca and others.

      Amateur hour by Biden

    229. Chicon says:

      Phil, sorry to hear the news about Mrs. Phil. Hang in there.

    230. JeffP says:

      From my observation…DeSantis is definitely positioning himself for 2024. Noem not so much. I don’t see Rubio, Cruz or Hawley running at this point either. Pence for sure is going to run. Pompeo maybe. Nikki Haley will run if Trump continues his down slide I think. But then again what do I know I have TDS x 100.

    231. Cash Cow TM says:


      Truly sorry to hear the news about your wife.
      Prayers to you both.

    232. JeffP says:

      Phil sad to hear about your wife. Prayers up.

    233. Chicon says:

      Just an FYI….for the past two days all my posts were moderated. Even those that simply said “test”.

    234. Robbie says:

      Phil says:
      December 8, 2022 at 3:10 pm

      Just a matter of time until Robbie dumps all over DeSantis. You can take it to the bank.


    235. NYCmike says:


    236. NYCmike says:

      Chicon – as were mine.

      Wissing hired Jim Baker?

    237. NYCmike says:

      Phil – I am praying that GOD grants extra strength to you and your wife in this tough time.

    238. NYCmike says:

      Blame for GA and other Senate seats:

      Candidates themselves.
      Primary voters who picked them.
      Lack of leadership from congressional leadership.
      Lack of leadership from former President Trump in remaining isolated and fighting with congressional leadership.

      Similar to Trump signing budgets that were too big, the blame is not one persons to bear in this system set up by The Founding Fathers.

      Anyone, like Robbie, who reserves blame for only one person is the main reason for this disunity. He is just like McConnell and Trump in declining any responsibility for failure.

    239. NYCmike says:

      -Trump fought against this for 4 years. The man is fearless. The fact that #NeverTrumpers refuse to take these facts into consideration shows, once again, how wrong they are.

      The Left/Democrats will attempt to do the same to DeSantis, Youngkin, Noem……any Republican that runs.

    240. NYCmike says:


      Scott did a great job! DeSantis took it that much further. He is a great communicator in promoting individual liberty, personal freedom, and governmental restraint while also pushing his government to make sure its citizens are given all of the opportunities available to succeed.

      Why can’t you be happy about that?

      Also – timing is everything. Maybe his lucky rabbits foot works?

    241. NYCmike says:

      #249 – already linked to in #247

    242. NYCmike says:

      Meanwhile, that sham of a “marriage” act was passed and now Tillis, supposedly a Republican, is working on granting amnesty to millions upon millions of illegals…..

    243. Tgca says:

      248. NYC

      I have no problem acknowledging successes of DeSanctimonius, especially since I voted for him but I do have a problem with people exaggerating his successes and policies in order to try and manipulate the primary process in favor of him.

      As you know, I have very high expectations of what a GREAT leader is as evidenced by past debates I had here regarding Reagan and Kennedy. I think Reagan was good to very good leader but NOT great. I think JFK was a mixed leader and NOT great as most on the left attribute to him.

      If one thinks DeSanctimonius is a GREAT gubbernor, then they should be able to name those policies that he instituted that marks greatness that made a major difference in the lives of Floridians.

      So until they can do that, I attribute these calls of DeSanctimonius being great just partisan political idolatry.

    244. NYCmike says:

      “If one thinks DeSanctimonius is a GREAT gubbernor, then they should be able to name those policies that he instituted that marks greatness that made a major difference in the lives of Floridians.”

      -His administration chose to give its citizens C H O I C E S, instead of mandates (and YES, I do give him a pass for the first few months of shutdowns). And he continued on the success of the previous governors, which showed wisdom and personal restraint.

      His administration also took the fight to the media and its Democratic allies, just like Scott Walker had done in Wisconsin, and made sure to ram through favorable redistricting lines for congressional elections.

      That’s a great start.

    245. Tgca says:

      256 NYC

      I see nothing demonstrating GREATNESS in your post. I see wishful thinking only.

      Many politicians take the fight to the MSM. Ted Cruz has been doing it for years. Do you distinguish him as a GREAT leader? Should people get behind him for president? After all, Cruz outlasted all others in the 2016 primaries and got nearly 50% of the votes needed to win while no other non-winning candidate came close to that.

      Gubbernor Noem NEVER shut her state down and kept it open even when their COVID deaths spiked. Her state did very well economically under her leadership. She was re-elected by a 27% point margin after winning by less than 4% in 2018 so in both races she significantly outperformed DeSanctimonius in his elections.

      Clearly, she ranks GREATER than DeSnctimonous because she NEVER closed down at all.

      DeSanctimonius issued a bunch of EO justifying them using Dr. Fow-chee guidance as his rationale. He also renewed EO so it was not just in the early months. He also paid people to stay home into late 2021, 18+ months after COVID started.

      GET THE FACTS!!!

      I posted exact language from his EO in the last thwed to refute exaggerations by Gordy. DeSanctimonius embraced masks, social distancing, slowing down opening of businesses, etc into layer 2020.

    246. Tgca says:

      Tranny freak at DOE caught stealing luggage at Las Vegas airport as well as in MN. An arrest warrant has been issued by Las Vegas.

      So this tranny freak steals luggage in two states. Will he be fired now? He’s a f*ckin’ thief!

      He lied and tried to say he mistakenly took luggage from MN. Well, what’s his excuse in Las Vegas?

    247. SanDiegoCitizen says:

      Phil, so sorry to hear about your wife’s health situation. Your in our prayers.

    248. Sheeple,Jr. says:


      Sen. Sinema(D-AZ) says she is changing party affiliation from Democrat to independent

    249. Sheeple,Jr. says:

      ADD: Here is the article about Sinema’s switch.

      This is a head-scratcher to me. What are your opinions?

    250. Brandon says:

      She’ll still caucus with the Dems so won’t change much there. I think the switch comes from fear of losing a primary. Certainly helps the GOP if Sinema runs in the general with the DSCC supporting a Dem candidate. If the DSCC gets behind Sinema and they don’t run a Dem, then she will most likely win re-election.

    251. Sheeple,Jr. says:

      Rasmussen(less) has Biden’s approval at 50% today. LOL!

    252. jason says:

      Would be great if Manchin showed some balls and did the same thing.

    253. Robbie says:

      Rob Pyers

      Herve Pierre Braillard, Melania Trump’s stylist, has received $132,000 from Trump’s Save America leadership PAC since April, with the committee describing the expenditures as ‘strategy consulting’.

      – Imagine being the person who sent money to Trump’s pac thinking he would use it to “fight muh Liberals” only to see it used to pay the guy who cuts Melania’s hair.

      Trump’s a grifter and his loyal dopes keep falling for it.

    254. Tina says:


      Biden’s DOE “Pup Handler” Charged with Felony Theft For Stealing Suitcase in Minnesota – Now Accused of Stealing Luggage from Las Vegas Airport!

    255. Tina says:

      JUST IN – Elon Musk confirms that political candidates were shadowbanned on Twitter while they were running for office or seeking re-election.

    256. Tina says:

      Looks like Twitter Jack lied before Congress.

      A criminal referral needs to be sent to Unjustice ASAP.

    257. jason says:

      Conservatives were blacklisted on Twitter.

      Amoral Scumbag here talking about Melania’s hairdresser.

    258. jason says:

      Elon Musk: confirms that political candidates were shadowbanned on Twitter while they were running for office or seeking re-election.”

      Amoral Scumbag: some TDS moron says Melania’s hairdresser got 132k.

    259. hugh says:

      Phil. Very sorry to hear about your wife. I went to mass today and prayed for her and your family and said a rosary. I will keep you in my regular prayers.

    260. Tina says:

      Kash Patel
      Donald J. Trump
      Truth Bomb of the day- the FBI had weekly meetings with Titter, Fakebook, and Scroogle to censor info in run up to 2020 election- that means it was authorized by Bill Barr and Chriss Wray- when are they getting subpoenaed for allowing the biggest disinfo op in US history to rig a presidential election. Always get the Truth at #FWK

    261. jason says:

      Dan Bongino:

      To the Republicans in Congress who now are about to take over in January: You better grow some moose nuts, and you better do something about this, or we’re not going to have a damn country left. This IS the public square.

      “We cannot win an election in the future with just Fox News. You need Twitter to be open. You need Facebook to be open. You need these other platforms.

      “You have no idea what goes on behind the scenes. It’s relentless, it’s never stops. They have put a target on my back for a long time.”

    262. jason says:

      Donald J. Trump
      Truth Bomb of the day- the FBI had weekly meetings with Titter, Fakebook, and Scroogle to censor info in run up to 2020 election- that means it was authorized by Bill Barr and Chriss Wray- when are they getting subpoenaed for allowing the biggest disinfo op in US history to rig a presidential election”

      No wonder Amoral Scumbag is talking about Melania’s hairdresser.

    263. jason says:

      Croatia 0 Brazil 0

      Second half

    264. jason says:

      Winner advances to semifinal

    265. jason says:

      Brazil 0 Croatia 0


    266. DW says:

      Prayers for Phil and his family. Sorry to hear this sad news.

    267. jason says:

      Brazil 1 Croatia 0
      15 minutes to go

    268. jason says:

      Ian Miles Cheong
      So here’s a question for @elonmusk
      and @bariweiss
      : were any political candidates — either in the US or elsewhere — subject to shadowbanning while they were running for office or seeking re-election?
      Elon Musk
      Replying to

    269. jason says:

      Brazil 1 Croatia 1

      penalty shootout

    270. BayernFan says:

      Top 3 teams in fifa rankings are out. I’m glad Brazil is out.

    271. jason says:

      Croatia advances, Brazil out

    272. jason says:

      WHo do you think will win the Cup?

      Maybe a France vs Croatia final again?

    273. Tina says:

      Looks like Deep State had inroads into Twitter.

      Lots of ex cia/fib corrupt folks being canned.

    274. BayernFan says:

      Who knows? Any of the teams remaining would be a story…

      Croatia…. The little engine that could….again

      Argentina… does Messi finally get one?

      Netherlands….. so many times the bridesmaid…. This time the bride?

      England……. But no booze or hooligsns to party?

      France……. JFC them again?

      Portugal…… does Ronaldo get one? Against Messi in the final???

      Morocco…… Inshallah? Is it the will of Allah, the one true God? In Qatar!! Can you imagine?

      I say Messi vs Ronaldo.

    275. DW says:

      Final four probably will be Netherlands, Portugal, and France to join Croatia.

      Hard to know when most of these will end with shootouts and the luck of goaltenders who happen to dive the direction the shooter happens to shoot.

    276. BayernFan says:

      Jason, my maternal grandfather was one of the equipment guys for Bayern Munich…. He supposedly was in charge of the cleats. He was a cobbler. Lol

      So I remember him calling us in the wee hours calling us in Chicago in 1974 to update us on West Germany’s progress.

      There was no info on the World Cup.

      Soccer in the USA has come far.

    277. DW says:

      I am glad Brazil is out. They need some punishment for the stupidity of voting out a free-enterprise capitalist for a corrupt communist.

    278. jason says:

      In 1974 (and 1978) the Dutch were the better team.

      They had Johann Cruff and the famous Dutch “carousel”.

      But they lost to a less talented West Germany in 1974 and Argentina in 1978.

    279. jason says:

      Btw, Peru impeached its Marxist President.

      Lose one, gain one in South America (Lula is back)

    280. jason says:

      When I was a kid, I listened to World Cup games on a tiny short wave radio with a lot of static.

    281. BayernFan says:

      The World Cup final in 1982 was on live network TV (I think ABC). That may have been the first WC game on live US television.

    282. Pitchaboy says:

      Ideal time to poach Cinema and Munchkin a la Tina.

    283. Robbie says:

      Jacob Kornbluh

      ?17 days after he dined with antisemitic Kanye West and Holocaust denier Nick Fuentes, GOP presidential frontrunner Donald Trump goes on the attack — against Jews:

      “Jewish Leaders forgot that I was the best, by far, President for Israel. They should be ashamed of themselves.”

      – “Blame it on the Jews” is a bold strategy by MAGA daddy. Really looking forward to the usual suspects defending big Donnie.

    284. jason says:

      “Jewish leaders”, nothing against Jews.

      Jews and Israel never had a better friend than Donald Trump.

      But of course, Amoral Scumbag knows that.

    285. jason says:


      “However, there is one more possibility. What would happen if both Manchin and Sinema move into the Independent column — and refuse to caucus with either party initially? Instead of a 51/49 split in the Senate, it suddenly becomes 49/49/2; if King decides to join, then it becomes 49/48/3. That would force both caucuses to bargain for their support in a leadership fight, one that would keep Kamala Harris on the sidelines and require whomever wins to stick to their bargains. The two or three senators in the center would have far more power to dictate policy outcomes and to punish welchers than they do at present. If they get betrayed, the Independent caucus could trigger a leadership fight by swinging to the other side and starting the process all over again.

      It would be the Manchin-Sinema Show of 2021-22 again, but on steroids. Furthermore, it suddenly makes both of their states the most important political ground in 2024, and that would make both senators indispensable to their voters. Short of flipping to the GOP outright, it’s the best argument Manchin would have for re-election in the next cycle.

      That would take a lot of guts, but in truth, neither Manchin or Sinema really have anything to lose. If it succeeds, they may end up setting a trend that would either force an end to the partisan wars, at least until voters have their say about the direction of the country in 2024.”

    286. jason says:

      Poor Amoral Scumbag.

      Trying to portray Donald Trump as an anti-semite is even harder than his attempt to portray Michael Avenatti as the moral compass of America.

    287. jason says:

      Trump is right that many Jewish liberals are Democrats first, Israel second.

    288. jason says:

      Jewish Leaders forgot that I was the best, by far, President for Israel. They should be ashamed of themselves.”

      Could Amoral Scumbag explain what is wrong and what is anti-semitic about that statement?

      This should be good….

      And btw, Trump WAS the best President for Israel.

    289. jason says:

      Amoral Scumbag triggered by the news of collusion between his favorite news sources and his favorite party with censorship of conservatives, so he is here to talk about Melania’s hairdresser and Nick Fuentes.

    290. hugh says:

      Dont be so sure about lula ruling brazil. A coup may be on its way. And its actually constitutional in Brazil. Personally, I hope it happens.

    291. jason says:

      Lula doesn’t have a congressional majority, so he could be impeached eventually. But I think a military coup is unlikely.

    292. jason says:

      Amoral Scumbag hardest hit.

      “America Reports
      January 29, 2020

      Benjamin Netanyahu: Trump is the ‘best friend Israel has ever had in White House’

      Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu reacted to Trump’s Mideast peace plan on “Fox & Friends.”

    293. jason says:

      Why Does the GOP Elite Hate Its Own Base?
      Josh Hammer

      “It is one of the most bitter and tragic ironies of our contemporary politics that the leadership of one of America’s two major political parties, the Republican Party, utterly despises that party’s very own voting base.

      The GOP elite’s scorn for its own voters has, at this point, been a long time in the making. The trend accelerated during the 2009-2011 rise of the Tea Party, a grassroots movement fueled by constitutionalism and anti-elite populism. The crustier elements of the Republican establishment ran as far away as possible from the Tea Party, and the 2012 presidential coronation of private equity plutocrat Mitt Romney effectively killed the movement. Four years later, the Republican establishment fought tooth-and-nail against presidential candidates Donald Trump and Sen. Ted Cruz (R-TX), the two candidates who most vociferously condemned the establishment’s myriad shortcomings; as an unsurprising corollary, Trump and Cruz fetched the most primary votes that cycle from actual rank-and-file Republican voters.

      The Trump presidency saw the continuation of the same basic dynamic. Republican voters, by nominating a loudmouth non-politician like Trump, were clamoring for something new. Those voters were sick of the same-old Republican pablum: willful complicity in globalization and all the harms wrought by reckless immigration compromises and myopic supply chain outsourcing, and the ideologically driven pursuit of various right-liberal economic and foreign policy dogmas more generally — even when those dogmas came at the expense of the median American’s tangible interests. Nonetheless, with precious few exceptions, the conservative intelligentsia refused to treat Trump’s deviations from previous decades’ failed orthodoxies as anything other than a blip on the radar, to be conveniently discarded at a time when the GOP’s “dead consensus” might rise anew.”

      The Golden Calf has an important choice to make.

      Hopefully he will make the right one, but I wouldn’t bet on it.

    294. Bitterlaw says:

      I thought Jason did not like Ted Cruz.

    295. Sheeple,Jr. says:

      The last House race, Colorado CD-3, has just been officially called. Lauren Boebert(R) by 544 votes.

      Dem Adam Frisch 49.9%
      checkmark GOP Lauren Boebert 50.1%

    296. Tina says:

      This would definitely be a conviction in DC.

      HOWEVER, this j6 case is being held in Tampa Florida.

      Looks like the Fib planted evidence too.

    297. Robbie says:

      Clay Travis

      Big move for @KariLake, she’s now favored in gambling odds to be elected governor of Arizona for the first time in her campaign. I told y’all my underdog parlay of Lake, Herschel & Oz was going to hit. All three are going to win. Latest poll in PA has Oz now down just 5 points.

      – It’s so perfect this sports radio hot take artist is now a thought leader for the MAGA crowd. Getting things thoroughly wrong and facing no professional consequences epitomizes Trumpism.

      On the other hand, it’s sad Rush Limbaugh’s time slot has been filled with this clown. Rush did a lot to hurt himself over his last eight years or so (Sandra Fluke). He went from 20 million listeners a week to 13 million in about five years. Still, it diminishes how important Rush was to the Republican Party in the 1990s.

    298. Robbie says:

      Josh Hammer? LOLOLOLOL.

    299. Tina says:

      NBC Scrubs Bombshell Report That Russia Offered America Brittney Griner OR Paul Whelan in Exchange for Viktor Bout – Biden Had a Choice

    300. Tina says:

      Lol. Lol. Lol. Lol.

      ALX ??
      John Podesta’s Niece resigned from Twitter’s “Trust & Safety Council” and we’re supposed to act like that’s a bad thing?


    301. Tina says:

      Lol, lol, lol.

      Trust & Safety Council.

    302. Tina says:

      More lol

      The .fibs former lawyah; Fraudcis daughter; and Podestas niece all worked for Twitter.

    303. DW says:

      Argentina was up 2-0 at the 73 minute mark, and Netherlands scored at 83′ and 90+11′

      No scoring in extra period, so goes to shootout.

    304. jason says:

      Bitterlaw says:
      December 9, 2022 at 3:22 pm

      I thought Jason did not like Ted Cruz.”

      Where did I say he did?

      I just agreed with Josh Hammer that the GOP country club elitist hates the GOP base.

    305. Bitterlaw says:

      You used to say Cruz was a grandstander with his threatened government shutdowns and other issues.

    306. jason says:

      Clay Travis and Buck Sexton are excellent replacements for Rush Limbaugh.

      Their show is on over 400 stations and #1 on talk radio with about 10 million listeners, plus podcast.

      I will note that Amoral Scumbag said Oz was going to win too.

    307. jason says:

      Bitterlaw says:
      December 9, 2022 at 4:51 pm

      You used to say Cruz was a grandstander with his threatened government shutdowns and other issues.”

      Still do.

      Where did I say differently?

    308. jason says:

      Argentina 2 Netherlands 2

      Argentina advances on penalty shootout

    309. Bitterlaw says:

      And you did not like him because of it.

      Glad we settled that.

    310. jason says:

      Poor Amoral Scumbag batting .0000

      Stupid attack on Trump calling him anti-semitic.

      Strike out.

      Stupid attack on Melania Trump?

      Strike out.

      Now stupid attack on Clay Travis?

      Strike out.

    311. jason says:

      Bitterlaw says:
      December 9, 2022 at 4:58 pm

      And you did not like him because of it.

      Glad we settled that.”

      Yes, and I stil don’t, but I want to understand where I said anything different about Ted Cruz.

    312. jason says:

      I don’t think anybody really likes Ted Cruz except maybe NYC.

    313. jason says:

      he last House race, Colorado CD-3, has just been officially called. Lauren Boebert(R) by 544 votes”

      Amoral Scumbag is really having a bad day…

    314. jason says:

      So the R majority in Congress is exactly the same as what Pelosi had 222-213.

    315. NYCmike says:

      “Clearly, she ranks GREATER than DeSnctimonous because she NEVER closed down at all.”

      -Is Covid the only issue worth mentioning?

      How did Noem do standing up to the NCAA?

    316. NYCmike says:

      “I don’t think anybody really likes Ted Cruz except maybe NYC.”

      -Like him? What are we 10 years old?

      He would be more likely than most to govern as a conservative.

      Unfortunately, his potential to win a nationwide election is not that great.

    317. Tgca says:

      Sorry to hear about Phil’s struggles. Hope God brings him through this as delicately as possible. It’s never easy dealing with such pain and suffering of loved ones.

      One of my two best friends is also struggling now and has been dealing with 2 dying parents. One died right after Thanksgiving after months of close calls and double amputee.

      The other parent is not expected to make it through Christmas and has been bedridden and now has pneumonia.

      My friend also lost their nearly 2 decade old dog too a few months back.

      Life really sucks at times.

      I don’t know who came up with old age being the Golden Years.

    318. jason says:

      There were some maddeningly close races the GOP left on the table that would have made a much stronger majority.

      PA 7 51-49 Dem
      PA 8 51-49 Dem
      CO 8 48.4-47.7 Dem (LIB 3.9)
      NM 2 50.3-49.7 Dem
      NC 13 51.6-48.4 Dem
      WA 3 50.4-49.6 Dem

    319. Tgca says:

      328. NYC

      Noem banned Tik Tok in her state for security reasons.

      DeSanctimonius gave a speech on it but has not acted on it.

      DeSanctimonius also has not reached out to J6 Floreedah families after they requested his support a few times.

      That tells me he may not be willing to take on tough national issues such as how the J6 trespassers have been treated.

    320. jason says:

      “Like him? What are we 10 years old?”

      “Unfortunately, his potential to win a nationwide election is not that great.”


      Some people have trouble adding 2 + 2.

    321. Tgca says:

      I like Ted Cruz. Yeah, he bloviates on certain issues but so do many politicians.

      I don’t think he has appeal to Indy women voters so he’s probably not electable in GE.

      But he is remarkably intelligent, articulate, and conservative to boot.

      …and he takes on the MSM and libs with fervor.

    322. Tina says:


      Another loss for the Russian hoaxer today.

      A federal judge declined to hold Trump in contempt over classified documents seized from Mar-a-Lago.

      Joe Biden’s corrupt Justice Department asked a federal judge to hold President Trump’s team in contempt for ‘failing to comply with a subpoena’ related to the Mar-a-Lago documents.

    323. Robbie says:

      There’s a chance the 2024 Arizona Senate race could have three major candidates. Sinema as an Independent, Gallego as Democrat, and a Republican.

      Who is the best choice?

      Kari Lake
      Blake Masters
      Wendy Rodgers

      You’ve got election deniers, fans of the Unabomber’s manifesto, and a white nationalist. It’s a Trumpian cornucopia of awfulness.

    324. Tina says:

      Presidential records act comes into okay here.

      Only recourse is to negotiate and settle.

      No criminal action.

      Btw 12,000 docs seized. 100 have “classification markings”.

    325. Tina says:

      100/12000= .008.

      Lol. No wonder the ogre dropped this case and punter it to the Sc, who is already dq.

    326. Tina says:

      Judge Howell is the one who heard the. Case and she is a hyper partisan obumbler judge, who has made critical remarks about Trump.

    327. Tina says:

      Matt Taibbi

      1. THREAD: The Twitter Files
      Part One: October 2020-January 6th

    328. Tina says:


      Matt Taibbi

      10. As the election approached, senior executives – perhaps under pressure from federal agencies, with whom they met more as time progressed – increasingly struggled with rules, and began to speak of “vios” as pretexts to do what they’d likely have done anyway.

    329. NYCmike says:

      Robbie to ask about the Twitter files in……….#NEVER

    330. jason says:

      You’ve got election deniers,”


      I love “election deniers”.

      Anyone who thinks elections are run fairly to Rs in America is a moron.

      Oh, wait…

    331. Tina says:

      Romney needs ro be primaried

      There is Biden’s Beotch and 2nd Biden’s Beotch.

    332. jason says:

      Robbie to ask about the Twitter files in…”

      So far we have.

      Trump is anti-semite.
      Melania hairdresser.
      Kari Lake
      Clay Travis

      Straight out of the MSNBC playbook….

    333. jason says:

      Go with Kari Lake.

    334. Tina says:


      Matt Taibbi

      20. This post about the Hunter Biden laptop situation shows that Roth not only met weekly with the FBI and DHS, but with the Office of the Director of National Intelligence (DNI):

    335. Wobbles says:

      “This post about the Hunter Biden laptop situation shows that Roth not only met weekly with the FBI and DHS, but with the Office of the Director of National Intelligence (DNI)”

      I was wondering what Nick Fuentes ordered for dinner at Trump’s club.

    336. Tina says:

      Did Twitter get requests from fib agents sitting home during the lockdowns, eating potato chips, and watching Mslsd?

      We are doomed, if true.

    337. Wobbles says:

      “Even more damning is that Trump was “visibility filtered” about a week before the election despite not appearing “to have a particular violation.” Employees worked quickly to ensure that any of Trump’s could not be “replied to, shared, or liked.”

      I think Michael Avenatti is innocent.

    338. Tina says:

      Matt Taibbi

      48. The significance is that it shows that Twitter, in 2020 at least, was deploying a vast range of visible and invisible tools to rein in Trump’s engagement, long before J6. The ban will come after other avenues are exhausted

    339. Bitterlaw says:

      Tina killed the thread.

    340. Gordon Allen says:

      Kimberly Strassel op Ed in WSJ and the stupidity of the GOP in ignoring early and mail in voting: Duh.
      If you can’t beat ’em,join “em. In a saner world the vote would be on Election Day,apart from regulated absentee ballots.
      The world isn’t sane though. The GOP has to get into the 21st Century on this

    341. SanDiegoCitizen says:

      Victor Davis Hanson gives and excellent summary of why Trump is destroying any possible future political career:

      “So given events since Trump’s departure, he should be in the driver’s seat. But he is not.


      Rather than offering detailed correctives for Biden’s disastrous record, Trump is again dabbling in social media madness. He needlessly floated the absurd idea that constitutional norms might need to be changed to allow the disputed 2020 election result to be overturned.

      He seems oblivious that the Left, not conservatives, talk of altering the Constitution. They call for the destruction of the Electoral College, and wish to dilute the Second Amendment and redefine the First.

      Why did Trump need to descend into personal invective when prior to the midterms, many primary polls were confirming his front-runner status?

      Why did he not remain magnanimous, unite the party, and focus on giving millions to his endorsed but endangered candidates such as Dr. Mehmet Oz, Blake Masters, and Herschel Walker?

      Why did Trump bizarrely claim that possible rival presidential candidate Glenn Youngkin’s name sounded “Chinese”? What was the logic of attacking the wife of Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell in racialist terms?

      Every elected public official or candidate—with the exception of former President Barack Obama, who once was photographed smiling with a grinning, Jewish-hating Louis Farrakhan—knows there is only one rule concerning antisemites: Go nowhere near them.

      Yet Trump dined with two: the now unhinged Kanye West (“Ye”) and the 20-something crackpot Nick Fuentes.

      Why would Trump all but announce before the midterms that after the election he would be a candidate?

      Or why, right before the Nov. 8 election, did Trump attack Ron DeSantis (whom he calls “DeSanctimonious”), the miracle-worker Republican governor of Trump’s own Florida?

      Did Trump wish to rile up left-wing Trump-haters to rush to the midterm polls, or to persuade miffed conservative DeSantis voters to stay home?

      In the impending Trump-DeSantis collision, voters will be looking for the resolution of two respective unknowns.

      One, will Trump run on his stellar record, avoid controversy, and stick to the issues? And will he thereby win back independent, swing voters on assurances that they could get more MAGA successes, but this time around without the insults and spats?

      And two, could DeSantis assure Republicans of a fire-in-the belly, Trumpian zeal to take on the Left, while soberly promoting a MAGA agenda—and thus win over the hard-core Trump base?

      So far, De Santis is reassuring donors and primary voters that he can be as tough as his record is impressive.

      But Trump is not encouraging the donor class and independent voters that he has learned that melodramas and social media riffs are not his friends.”

    342. jason says:

      I started reading Hanson’s diatribe against Trump but fell asleep when he got to “miracle worker” Golden Calf.

    343. jason says:

      Russian media explains why Whelan is still in jail.

      “Margarita Simonyan, editor-in-chief of the Russian state-controlled media organization RT, told Russia-1 anchor Vladimir Solovyov that she was “very amused but not surprised that Viktor Bout was exchanged for Griner and not Whelan.”

      “His first problem is that he is white,” Solovyova retorted, meaning that Whelan wasn’t given priority in negotiations because of his skin color. Simonyan continued:

      His second problem is he is a man. His third problem: He is a heterosexual.

      This is not something that can be forgiven today. It’s just a catastrophe. Yes, here Griner beats him in every aspect.

    344. Tina says:

      Reassuring donors won’t get Desantis or any gop-e candidate the nomination.

      This is beginning to look a lot like 2015/2016.

      And I am not for trump.

      I think hawley or Noem get it.

    345. jason says:

      If you can’t beat ’em,join “em”

      If anyone doubted Neville Allen is the stupidest poster here, rest assured.

      The Dems structured VBM and EV for fraud. They have the election laws and the infrastructure do so in the populous inner cities where they control all facets. Deciding what votes to accept and what votes to count without interference or supervision.

      Tell me how Rs are going to “join” that?

    346. Tina says:

      It’s the same donors not the large mega donors

    347. Tina says:

      John Ratcliffe

      What I said as the DNI in October 2020 was proven true. The IC had zero intelligence supporting a false narrative that the the Biden laptop was Russian disinformation. Nobody in the IC had authority to say otherwise.…
      Quote Tweet

      Matt Taibbi

      20. This post about the Hunter Biden laptop situation shows that Roth not only met weekly with the FBI and DHS, but with the Office of the Director of National Intelligence (DNI):

    348. Tina says:

      Small donors*

    349. jason says:

      Last sentence above should be in quotes too.

    350. jason says:

      He seems oblivious that the Left, not conservatives, talk of altering the Constitution”

      Hanson hoisted on his own petard.

      Yes, and nobody says anything about it, just like Dems are never “election deniers”.

      Trump didn’t say end the Constitution, he asking what the remedy is for a stolen election.

    351. Tina says:

      And the “framers would not tolerate stolen or fraudulent elections.

      The whole ending Muh constitution was never mentioned in the tweet

    352. jason says:

      Rebeccah Jones admits she is guilty as charged, gets a 20k fine and community service and is let off.

    353. Wobbles says:

      I can’t decide if I want to post today about Nick Fuentes, Clay Travis, Stormy Daniels or Melania’s hairdresser.

      Ignoring Biden’s presidency is challenging work.

    354. Wobbles says:

      his post about the Hunter Biden laptop situation shows that Roth not only met weekly with the FBI and DHS, but with the Office of the Director of National Intelligence (DNI)”

      I better go with Melania’s hairdresser.

    355. Tgca says:

      SDC routinely posts hit pieces on others or sycophantic pieces on his idols. His posts are to be taken with a grain of salt because 5 minutes of research can easily result in support contradicting his posts.

      He is too naive to see that the playbook the Dems, libs, and MSM are using is 24/7 repeating the same gross exaggerations or lies about Trump in hopes of propping up other lesser weak candidates in the GOP.

      They’ve used this strategy before and those emotional over the Lil’ Red Ripple are suckers for it because they’re all BUTT hurt they got duped in the midterms and are desperate for a win throwing all the eggs in one basket.

      Once the left succeeds, they will go after the weaker candidates like DeSanctimonius who they know has never faced a real onslaught of challenges in a cushy environment like Floreedah, and they will also attack him 24/7 until he becomes just another Rick Perry or Scott Walker.

    356. SanDiegoCitizen says:

      For some strange reason, since this guy bought the company our previously permanently capped Follower count has been steadily growing every single day.

      It’s all so mysterious …

      Elon Musk

      Dec 8
      Twitter is working on a software update that will show your true account status, so you know clearly if you’ve been shadowbanned, the reason why and how to appeal”

    357. jason says:

      Josh Hawley
      Did @Twitter
      deliberately suppress the speech of a candidate for president, without basis – here’s the answer
      Matt Taibbi
      36. “VERY WELL DONE ON SPEED” Trump was being “visibility filtered” as late as a week before the election. Here, senior execs didn’t appear to have a particular violation, but still worked fast to make sure a fairly anodyne Trump tweet couldn’t be “replied to, shared, or liked”

    358. jason says:


      After all since the Putin toadies think the Russians are paper tigers, they shouldn’t be worried about “NATO-Russian” confrontation, right?

      “The Pentagon has given a tacit endorsement of Ukraine’s long-range attacks on targets inside Russia after President Putin’s multiple missile strikes against Kyiv’s critical infrastructure.

      Since daily assaults on civilians began in October, the Pentagon has revised its threat assessment of the war in Ukraine. Crucially, this includes new judgments about whether arms shipments to Kyiv might lead to a military confrontation between Russia and Nato.

      This represents a significant development in the nine-month war between Ukraine and Russia, with Washington now likelier to supply Kyiv with longer-range weapons.

      “We’re still using the same escalatory calculations but the fear of escalation has changed since the beginning,” a US defence source told The Times. “It’s different now.[“]

    359. jason says:

      I am sure Neville Allen agrees the Russians shouldn’t be allowed to attack Ukraine’s infrastructure with impunity without fear of retaliation, right?

    360. Robbie says:

      The online populist right is clamoring for Blake Masters to run for Senate again in 2024 because, well, the online populist right likes to lose winnable races.

      That said, if we’re going to continue to do crazy, let’s just go with Wendy Rodgers. It would do the Arizona party and Chemtrail Kelly Ward to get blown out with a rancid white nationalist as the nominee.

    361. jason says:

      I like Bonchie, but like too many conservatives he is just willing to give up on stolen elections.

      Kari Lake did not lose by 17k votes anymore than Trump lost AZ by 10k votes.

      But throwing up his hands and saying “oh well” is why EV and VBM will continue to bring dividends to Dems.

    362. jason says:

      let’s just go with Wendy Rodgers”

      I prefer a successful entrepreneur like Blake Masters.

    363. Tina says:

      The Az Governor duchey did sheot to reform Az.

      No way should those Maricopa machines should have failed by the extent and magnitude,

    364. Tina says:

      Tom Fitton

      Censoring and suppressing a candidate and his supporters (with the help of the FBI/DHS) is yet another way to rig an election.
      just confirmed this in the latest
      Files. Twitter helped ruin the 2020 election.

    365. Wobbles says:

      Wobbles says:
      December 10, 2022 at 10:21 am

      I can’t decide if I want to post today about Nick Fuentes, Clay Travis, Stormy Daniels or Melania’s hairdresser.

      Ignoring Biden’s presidency is challenging work.”

      So I went with Wendy Rogers.

    366. jason says:

      Tina says:
      December 10, 2022 at 12:45 pm

      The Az Governor duchey did sheot to reform Az.”

      Hopefully we have seen the last of him, a weak spineless “Stockholm Syndrome” victim.

    367. Tina says:

      The Ga Governor did not sit idly by.

      Not perfect but better than. 2020

      Still could do better with the Fulton county fraud.

    368. Tina says:

      And here is a good example ,e of ballot fraud in Az (part of Lakes lawsuit)

    369. jason says:

      Yeah at least Kemp made an effort to clean up the problems in GA, but some judge still violated the GA law by allowing Saturday voting in the runoff. And it was Ratburger who failed to contest Trump’s 12k “loss”.

      Ducey was too afraid of the woke crowd to take a stand.

    370. jason says:

      That is an obvious fraudulent signature.

      I would like to know from the “if you can’t beat them join them” how “joining them” will fix that?

    371. Bitterlaw says:

      These vile students should be sent to a school for thugs like them. Let them experience some time as the victim.

    372. Bitterlaw says:

      The signature issue will get worse since many schools no longer teach cursive writing.

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    374. SanDiegoCitizen says:

      Americans are working? Labor force participation is near a 45 year low — 62.1%.

      Economy growing? Many sources are still forecasting a recession in 2023.

      Income up? Real earnings are down 3.7%.

      The White House
      Dec 11

      United States government organization
      Americans are working.

      The economy is growing.

      Incomes are up.

      President Biden’s economic plan is working.”

    375. SanDiegoCitizen says:

      The Democrats are doing everything they can to not discuss the dismal state of the economy. And the Republicans are cooperating in this effort — lets sell superhero cards instead. Am assuming Trump green stamps will be coming out in a couple of months.

      The total focus of the Republicans now should be on the economy. Trump should be pounding it in how prosperous the country was during his presidency. He should focus on the future, and stop whining about the past.