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Why Don't I Hate Donald Trump?

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Posted By: Imright, 5/6/2020 5:21:04 AM

Why do you not like Donald Trump? I asked my brother. "Because he is a d---" was his reply. Such a deep, meaningful answer!Why I never felt the same way is a question I have often asked myself. Prior to his campaigning and his presidency, I never felt any hatred for the man. Having an interest in property, I read his books and enjoyed watching The Apprentice, and not once did I feel any animosity. Trump was such an admired figure by many businesspeople, celebrities, and politicians prior to his announcement that he was running for president. Yes, he had his detractors, but

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Reply 1 - Posted by: Attila DiMedici 5/6/2020 6:30:29 AM (No. 402254)
I dislike Donald Trump. I have disliked him since the 1980s. However, I believe that he has been a good, maybe even great, President. When he was running for the Republican nomination, there were several candidates I preferred. However, once he had one the nomination, it was clear to me that, worst case scenario, he would be no worse as President than Hillary would be, and, if he was that bad it would be easy to replace him after four years whereas Hillary would have easily been able to win re-election by leveraging the power of the office of President.
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Reply 2 - Posted by: Paperpuncher 5/6/2020 7:09:27 AM (No. 402276)
Same thing, in the 2016 primaries there were other candidates I preferred over Trump. However, once he won the nomination I was in. I mean really, Pee Wee Herman would make a better president than the Hildabeast. It seems most great world leaders tend to be a little rough around the edges. Think of Churchill. What kind of world would be be living in today if he had not been in that place at that time. I am all in for Trump. He cares about the common man. He keeps his promises and he truly loves this nation. MAGA
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Reply 3 - Posted by: bpl40 5/6/2020 7:35:34 AM (No. 402297)
I wouldn't want him to be a Sunday School Teacher. But for President? No other choice!
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Reply 4 - Posted by: TCloud 5/6/2020 7:49:36 AM (No. 402323)
In answer to Darrow's question, the President has my back and I have his.
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Reply 5 - Posted by: Hermoine 5/6/2020 7:56:51 AM (No. 402326)
There's a simple reason that I don't hate Trump: Policy over Personality. Stick with that as your measure and you can't go wrong.
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Reply 6 - Posted by: Rinktum 5/6/2020 8:07:13 AM (No. 402334)
I admit, I was not a fan when he declared his intention to run for President. In fact, I mocked him until I listen to him speak. I had not watched his announcement and knew nothing of his ideas so I was shocked when I heard what he had to say. The more I listened, the more I liked. I was hooked. On election night I stayed up to watch the results and it was one of the most satisfying nights. I was elated and it was just fun watching the media crash and burn. And now watching him produce so many good things for this country I am so proud of him. He may be a billionaire, but it is evident that he cares for this country and the men and women who make it work. He is not condescending because he knows who has built this country and it is not the arrogant politicians and snooty elites who think they are better than the rest of us. This has drawn people to him by the millions. No other politician can do this. It is a quality that he has alone and the left hates his ability to bring people together. Most of all they hate him because he has upset their globalist apple cart. He has been mocked, ridiculed,lied about, in ways no one has ever seen before. He has fought impeachment and won. He has fought progressives at every turn and their hatred only grows. There is nothing they will not do to destroy him and the American people see it. They know the hits he takes for the country and he gets up to continue the fight. This is going to be an especially hard year because democrats know if he is re-elected, they are toast. He has faced one crisis after another with a hostile media breathing down his neck and won. God bless him for his determination to keep going. He is fighting a battle that rages beyond politics. It is epic in its scope because it will determine the fate of this great country and the very essence of who we are as a nation. God give him strength and wisdom to lead this nation away from the people who would destroy it. Now more than ever, Trump 2020 and every “R” down ballot.
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Reply 7 - Posted by: HotRod 5/6/2020 8:15:29 AM (No. 402346)
It's evident that far more people like President Trump, than hate him. Why? Because he is honest! Some people form an opinion on the way people talk, comb their hair, or stand up for themselves- instead of turning the other cheek. Then, there are those who hate anyone that has a different opinion on a subject. People just can't get past those things, no matter how good a job a person does. Such people tend to have other issues in life too.
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Reply 8 - Posted by: planetgeo 5/6/2020 8:26:33 AM (No. 402362)
Congratulations, Mr. Darrow, for surviving the family dinner conversations by making it this far in noting that you don't hate Donald Trump. Allow me to point out why you shouldn't be afraid to actually write, "Why I now love Donald Trump." Despite his detractors, the man clearly loves this country and its people, especially its working people. All of them. Perhaps the biggest now exposed lie about him is that he's racist and xenophobic. One only has to observe him as he interacts with blacks, Latinos, and pretty much all races and ethnic groups, as he obviously has his entire life in the construction world, to see how absurd that charge is. Point that out to your brother. Watch him sputter trying to refute it. He can't. The border wall? The travel restrictions to certain groups? You're analytical, you've now seen the results of an international pandemic. Do those two positions of his seem racist now, or what any prudent leader who loves his country and his people would do? He also clearly loves and protects the constitution, and particularly the personal freedoms it was brilliantly designed to guarantee. Free speech, freedom of religion, and the right to bear arms at the top of list, all of which have been attacked and "progressively" eroded by others. Check. Check. Check. He champions each one. And is hated for it, And lastly, though I could go on, his unbelievable courage. No President in my lifetime has been under more vicious, unfair, and continuous attack than Donald Trump. And no President has been a tougher, more clever, or more effective fighter against such attacks. He's almost like Zorro in fending off all the clumsy array of enemies AND enemedia with deft carving of his initials on their backsides, while quickly kissing his beautiful love, and dashing off into the night with a wry smile and a few droppings from his trusty steed, Twiiter. Yes, those of us who have gone through the same evolution you're on now definitely have come to love him. Believe me, Zorro is at the whole other end of the presidential spectrum from the Zero that the progressives still love.
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Reply 9 - Posted by: Kitty Myers 5/6/2020 8:57:07 AM (No. 402411)
I like President Trump's personality. He's refreshing, hard-working and honest. I'm tired of the constant reiteration of Trump's so-called 'defects,' as though nobody else has them. Have you ever read an article about Obama that begins with 'yeah, he did cocaine and smoked dope and flipped people off in public, but...'? Or Hillary "what difference does it make" Clinton? Or Joe "you're a lying dog-faced pony soldier" Biden? ENOUGH with the backhanded compliments when talking about Trump!
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Reply 10 - Posted by: Dodge Boy 5/6/2020 8:59:38 AM (No. 402414)
After getting stung twice, first by blindly supporting McCain in 2008 and then supporting Pierre Delecto in 2012, thus opening the floodgates for Obie to transform Amerika, I learned my lesson. Trump did not get my notice during the 2008 campaign, but, he sure did get it during the 2012 campaign. I was all over it in 2016. Back then, I was convinced that the first republican Presidential candidate who figured out how to effectively neuter and defang the msm, would become the next President of the United States. I never disliked Trump and actually took quick appreciation of his in-your-face approach to exposing the corruption and evil of the dims, msm, and the deep state. We have had almost four years now to look under the skirt of the federal government and how it operates. What I see is horrible. We have one guy who is willing to confront the corruption and evil and defeat it. I am thankful that we have the President. May God continue to protect the President of the United States and his family.
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Reply 11 - Posted by: jeffkinnh 5/6/2020 9:01:50 AM (No. 402419)
The reality seems to be that people that have open minds can be convinced, over time, with evidence. The author was, as many of us are, too lazy to figure things out on his own and relied on Leftist sources to tell him what to think. The Left loves and REQUIRES this since they have little substance to their activities. The Left HATES Trump because Trump is outside their influence and effective. He is therefore an existential threat to them and time has proven this to be true. People that hate Trump mostly do so because they have been told to. If you listen to them you realize they came to that feeling through no rational process. They cannot justify their opinions except through sound bites they have been fed. Trump has made such YUGE accomplishments that more and more people are stopping to LOOK at what is really happening. That is an anathema to the Left that functions on smoke and mirrors propaganda.
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Reply 12 - Posted by: Lawsy0 5/6/2020 9:03:33 AM (No. 402422)
I voted for him to be President. There was already a Pope, a Queen and we didn't need another Mother Teresa. Nobody was nominating Donald Trump for sainthood. Haters gotta hate.
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Reply 13 - Posted by: LC Chihuahua 5/6/2020 10:09:41 AM (No. 402541)
I'll leave the hatred to the mindless resistance and NeverTrumpers. I have better things to do with my time. Another reason not to hate Trump is to just look at the alternatives. Hillary? Bernie? Mooch? The Fake Indian? All the candidates that demanded I vote for them because they were a woman/black/Hispanic/gay, and if I did not I was sexist/racist/homophobic? All the candidates that want a big oppressive government? No thanks. I will stay with Trump. The choice is easy.
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Reply 14 - Posted by: bighambone 5/6/2020 10:11:05 AM (No. 402543)
It takes a strong leader as President today in the mode of a junkyard dog to protect America in a world where countries like China, Russia, and Iran do not play by modern laws and rules. Remember it was Biden who was out on the campaign trail (before the Chinese COVID-19 pandemic hit) claiming to his leftist and liberal Democrat supporters that he has dealt with the Communist Chinese leaders over many years and knows that China is not a legitimate threat to the US economy or to the USA. But once that pandemic became serious across the USA, after first calling President Trump a racist and a xenophobe for stopping all travel from China, Biden has started claiming that Trump has been very weak in dealing with China, and that once he is elected that the USA will have a much more balanced relationship with China. Who knows maybe Biden is planning on sending his corrupt son Hunter to China as the US Ambassador? But the facts are Trump has really been tougher on China then any other President in the modern era, including the Obama-Biden years, and has signed a “Trade Deal” with China that is much more favorable to the USA then what was going on in the past that amounted to allowing China to rip off the USA. Biden is also saying that once elected that he is going to transform the USA in ways that will make all Americans “equal”, good luck with that projected sham that is reminiscent of Obama’s bogus “Hope and Change” mantra. Huh? Right now the US economy is severely suffering because of the medical (pandemic) emergency across the USA, before that Trump had built up the US economy to where it was the best in history, with everyone, no matter their ethnicity, gender, or race easily being able to get hired to a job so that they could earn their own livings. So who would be the best President to again build up the US economy, that’s an easy one, Trump of course. So firing Trump because of his “tone” or because of his past life decades ago where it is said that he took part in consensual sexual relationships with beautiful women, and because he is effective in defending himself and his policy positions through “Tweeting” directly to the American people by cutting out the liberal media filter would be nuts.
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Reply 15 - Posted by: snowoutlaw 5/6/2020 10:33:15 AM (No. 402575)
Trump is the first to think the same way I think. I sometimes got mad at the Bushes when they fell for the left wing traps and the lefts' many bad policies, never thought going to war was a good idea but a failure. And everything Obama did was the opposite what I wanted. Then Trump cam down and spoke everything I wanted to hear, what's not to like?
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Reply 16 - Posted by: Arby 5/6/2020 10:57:26 AM (No. 402605)
I almost think the author is really more left wing because of all the hand wringing and the initial failure to see the obvious. Anyway, I 'got' Trump early on because of several fairly obvious things: his solutions to problems usually work; he keeps his promises; he has identified the key issues; he has no patience for political correctness; he says what many are already thinking but are too timid to say. I also loved the list of judges that he would support, which he announced in advance (and then, again, kept his promise). He is probably not a moral exemplar but the dims are significantly worse and he wasn't hired to be Moses. I think he has now demonstrated that he is a great president. The requirements for greatness: to do things and not just talk; to do good and effective things; to do good and effective things in the face of horrific opposition. Throughout my life I have heard people assessed as 'great'. This nearly always means that the person was not a paper-pushing time server, but a person of action, a person who did things because they were the right things, things that others were too fearful or cowardly to do, a person whose focus was on the task rather than simply self-advancement and did the right thing come hell or high water. These are the kind of people who generally draw significant criticism because their actions demonstrate the fecklessness and cowardice of those who previously held the job. It's not the science of rocketry and in this case the facts have been clear from the get-go. He doesn't have to do this. He's already rich and famous. He's losing money doing it and he's not taking any salary. His focus is the good of the country. Period. If his successes were recognized (even slightly and infrequently) by the press and the political opposition you would see much less bluster. He's human. Who likes to be criticized constantly for doing the right thing? Who likes to be criticized constantly by jackals and liars?
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Reply 17 - Posted by: NotaBene 5/6/2020 11:07:06 AM (No. 402617)
This article is about me, me, me. Donald Trump is the best President in our lifetimes, a great American. Just ask our Chinese and local Marxist enemies.
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Reply 18 - Posted by: sherlock1 5/6/2020 11:07:32 AM (No. 402618)
When someone challenges me to debate Trump, I ask them if they know what "FOIA" is. If they do not, I politely suggest that they are not sufficiently well-informed to make such a conversation profitable.
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Reply 19 - Posted by: ARKfamily 5/6/2020 11:12:56 AM (No. 402624)
#3, have you read the Old Testament?
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Reply 20 - Posted by: Quigley 5/6/2020 11:41:28 AM (No. 402651)
I have wondered why i like and don’t dislike Trump. I never had a viceral dislike of him. I had never seen him really until the campaign; had heard the name. I don’t think i bothered to pick a favorite from the many Rep potentials. He seems like an ordinary person on the personal side, but of course with enoormous business experience, so enormous that it extends into international deals with governmantal involvement and of course into huge brand building and presentations extending into TV shows. But an ordinary American with huge success and all of it earned- not a one trick winner, but a guy who has seen and done it all. I have no delusion that he should be a saint nor any suspicion that he harbors corrupted ideologies or that he is corrupt in the clitton sense: how can we use power and trickery to get rich. He is immensely entertaining and talks sense, even to snarky media who babble nonsense. What’s not to like?
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Reply 21 - Posted by: RedWhite&Blue2 5/6/2020 1:23:44 PM (No. 402759)
Best candidate ever in my life Best President ever in my life Best CIC ever in my life My family and I love DJT Quit reading the commies lies about him!!! Veterans for truth Veterans for Trump 2020
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Reply 22 - Posted by: MEMcL 5/6/2020 1:27:23 PM (No. 402761)
Right from the beginning, I have respected Donald Trump. We lived in Westchester County and most of our friends worked in NYC. I saw first hand the successful, straight-talking, hard-charging, and often charming business leaders. I like people who say what they mean, and mean what they say. Just this weekend, Maria Bartiromo interviewed Lindsey Graham who displayed 180 degrees opposite the character of the President. He admitted, despite all the sweet-talk and bluster of the past 3 years, that he has NO plans to do a thing until the Coup is all over. Is this the kind of person who leads? President Trump is honest; he loves our country; he is selfless and gives his all. He always sees the glass as more than half full. He is willing to FIGHT for what he believes, yet negotiates with foreign and domestic slimeballs if America can benefit. He sees the big picture, but pays attention to the details. I observed first hand his excellence in building projects, always producing the best quality. Has there ever been a President who is able to work this hard? I would be the first in line to have dinner with President Trump because I know that the conversation would be fascinating and entertaining. So, to those who want to nit-pick and second guess and qualify their appreciation for the outstanding job that he is doing against huge odds and obstacles, I say: Thank you President Trump. Stay well. We need and appreciate all that you do. You will go down in history as not only the President of our time, but the President for all time.
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Reply 23 - Posted by: DVC 5/6/2020 1:43:46 PM (No. 402775)
What an interesting article. And welcome to the world of thinking, logical people, sir - your journey of awakening seems to have been a good thing, catalyzed by our President. I knew essentially nothing about Trump before he ran for President. I had never seen any of his TV shows, knew he was "some big NY hotel guy", and damned little else. Once he started speaking I was attracted, and knowing he was from NYC, a bit skeptical....thinking "I wonder if he really means build a wall and stop the illegals? If so, that would be pretty cool." And he convinced me that he is a great patriot and uniquely understood how China and the globalists have been totally destroying America, and is willing and able to turn it around. May God Bless President Trump!
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Reply 24 - Posted by: NYbob 5/6/2020 1:56:15 PM (No. 402802)
His brother is a moron who loves being conditioned, like a lot of emotion over reason people. The brother is happy being educated by TV and sarcastic 'entertainers.' it is some kind of superficial human thing to make yourself feel better by being cruel to someone else. Anyway I've waited my entire life for a true reformer in DC. Someone who isn't compromised or a hypocrite. Many claim to be against the swamp, but they were liars or fools. McGovern, Carter, Anderson, Perot, Wallace, and every out of office candidate, Nixon, Clinton, Dole, etc. ALL of them were running a game with no intention of actually changing the swamp, UNTIL Trump. While people who could not run an Ice Cream stand clawed for power, Donald Trump built a gigantic operation doing things people said could not be done. Sometimes he failed, big time, but he worked his way back without a spouse whose Federal legislation would divert many millions his way. He overcame and came back, providing good jobs for thousands and funding a payroll through thick and thin. I wanted a bull in the cozy china shop of the DC crony capitalism and I got that and more. In spite of bitter, ILLEGAL, opposition with a completely lying, fake, media, he has achieved more reforms in his first term than any Uniparty President ever. He did it without spying on his opponents or punishing them with the IRS or arresting them with SWAT teams of splinter groups from a corrupt DOJ. The writer's idiot brother doesn't respect the outlandish Trump, but his brother can't truthfully name anyone better for the USA at this time in history. In a few months we will see who wins, sane people who can understand reality, or empty vicious slobs who for some reason need to run with a mob.
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Reply 25 - Posted by: starboard 5/6/2020 4:06:13 PM (No. 402938)
There were a many preconceived ideas about Donald Trump before he announced. People thought he was a braggart. Actually, he was and still is, and now I thank God he is. Since he's the only one we can trust with the truth to get the message straight to the American people. My impression of president Trump is that he's honest and doesn't lie. He may embellish or exaggerate here and there, but a blatant liar he's not. So when we hear continual unproven lies come from the media pressittutes, it anger him and I don' blame him. Actually, they know it gets to him. So they're playing with him and it works for them. Though, sometimes I wish he would do a President Reagan and say to the American people "There they go again. President Trump is a phenom. I pray the Lord blesses him and gives him a landslide reelection victory this November 2020 for his second term as potus.
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Reply 26 - Posted by: or gate 5/6/2020 6:20:38 PM (No. 403056)
The libs hate our President. They are afraid he will put their rear ends in jail for corruption. Hey dem politician. Where did you get all your money?
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Reply 27 - Posted by: mc squared 5/6/2020 7:44:16 PM (No. 403156)
After holding my nose in previous elections for McCain and Romney, Trump was fresh air. He's not Deep State.
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Reply 28 - Posted by: janjan 5/6/2020 11:17:49 PM (No. 403325)
I’ve never had to ask myself why I don’t hate Trump. The man has shown more strength, resolve and patriotism than any President in my lifetime. He is a businessman, not a polished political con-artist like what we have been used to. I could not care less about the pathetic half wits in the media and I am young enough to stand up for my beliefs but way too old to change them. We were given a gift with Trump and I thank God for him.
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Reply 29 - Posted by: ColonialAmerican1623 5/7/2020 2:16:13 AM (No. 403407)
I love that junkyard dog. We are a lot alike, just like many Americans who love him. When he said he was going to run, I knew he was "in it to win it" He is the most patriotic man I have ever seen in the oval office. Not only has he given up business opportunities while not taking a salary, but the conditions put on him and his family are unreal. The hatred displayed by the media is true propaganda across the country. Today I see a tired man and I worry about his health. He certainly doesn't have to run again. He could use our prayers.
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Reply 30 - Posted by: BugsyinOrygone 5/7/2020 2:17:00 AM (No. 403408)
2016- Not a fan. Trump tied Kasich in our household for last place in our decision as to who we'd support. Inauguration Day, 2017- Slowly we were becoming fans. 2018- Impressed by multiple decisions of the president, we're all in. 2019- We pull all the stops with our vocal support of the president, and volunteer hours. 2020- We're 100% behind President Trump, whose obvious love of country and countrymen continues to amaze us. His love, energy, determination and perseverance makes him the best choice on November 3, 2020. God bless and protect this incredible servant President and his family.
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Former Vice President Joe Biden left home for the first time in months on Monday to lay a wreath at a veterans memorial near his home in Delaware.The presumptive Democratic presidential nominee, wearing a black mask, and his wife, Jill, laid a wreath of white flowers and bowed their heads in silence at Delaware Memorial Bridge Veteran’s Memorial Park. Biden has been running his 2020 campaign out of the basement of his home in Wilmington since mid-March when he canceled a March 10 rally in Cleveland because of the coronavirus pandemic. Since then, he has appeared for interviews on news programs, late-night talk shows and virtual campaign events via
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'You complete blithering idiot': Ann
Coulter turns on 'disloyal actual retard'
Trump in Twitter rant over his criticism
of former AG Jeff Sessions
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Posted by Ribicon 5/25/2020 11:45:23 AM Post Reply
Former Donald Trump fan Ann Coulter yesterday went on an extraordinary Twitter rant, calling the president a 'disloyal retard' and a 'blithering idiot.' Coulter was incensed on Sunday after Trump tweeted 'Alabama, do not trust Jeff Sessions', the latest attack by the president on his former Attorney General. The far-right pundit said Trump's endorsement of Tommy Tuberville—Sessions' opponent in the Republican primary—showed he was 'the most disloyal human God ever created.' The author of the 2016 book 'In Trump We Trust' went on to say: 'I will never apologize for supporting the issues that candidate Trump advocated, but I am deeply
Jonah Goldberg: Kayleigh McEnany’s Work
as Press Secretary ‘Indefensible and
Grotesque,’ ‘a Twitter troll’
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Posted by WhamDBambam 5/25/2020 8:51:07 AM Post Reply

Conservative syndicated columnist Jonah Goldberg slammed Kayleigh McEnany for her role as White House press secretary, calling her “grotesque” on this week’s broadcast of “Fox News Sunday.” After playing a clip of McEnany sparring with reporters, host Chris Wallace said, “Unmasking is pretty routine. It’s an effort by people in an administration to find out who a masked person is. It happens in the Trump White House. It happened I think 16,000 times the year before last. What’s a crime is leaking it, but unmasking isn’t. In addition to which, I have to say that if Kayleigh McEnany had told Sam Donaldson and me what questions we should ask, that would not have gone well.”

CNN’s Cupp: Trump Is ‘Not Healthy’—
‘He Is Not Well’ at the Worst
Possible Time
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Posted by Imright 5/25/2020 5:50:05 PM Post Reply
Monday on CNN’s “Newsroom,” network host and political commentator S.E. Cupp accused President Donald Trump of being “not healthy and not well,” amid the coronavirus pandemic. On Trump’s coronavirus response, Cupp said, “I think we should say, this has long gone past offensive, and distasteful. I think what we’re seeing is the president losing it. I don’t think the president’s behavior is that of a healthy, stable, balanced person, that he can’t spend all of his energy, efforts and attention on this global pandemic, on securing the physical and economic safety and health of this country
New York Times on Memorial Day Weekend:
Why Does the U.S. Military Celebrate White
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Posted by Imright 5/25/2020 12:02:01 AM Post Reply
The New York Times published an editorial on the first day of Memorial Day weekend asking: “Why Does the U.S. Military Celebrate White Supremacy?”The article‘s byline is the entire editorial board, and it is accompanied by an image of a bullet shaped like a Ku Klux Klan robe.The central complaint of the article is that there are U.S. military bases named after Confederate Army officers: This same toxic legacy clings to the 10 United States military installations across the South that were named for Confederate Army officers during the first half of the 20th century. Apologists often describe the names as a necessary gesture of reconciliation
Exclusive: Judge Emmett Sullivan from
General Flynn Trial, Arranged Speaking
Gig for James Comey at Howard University
for $100,000
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Posted by earlybird 5/25/2020 11:31:16 AM Post Reply
The confused judge who has unconstitutionally inserted himself into the Justice Department’s case against General Flynn made some actions behind the scene that are just as troubling.Judge Sullivan helped Jim Comey get his speaking gig at Howard University for $100,000. How much more corruption can America take. The corrupt judge who inserted himself into the General Flynn case, who insinuated the General was a traitor, has a lifestyle that matches his actions in court. (Snip)But at the same time as the challenges with tuition for many of Howard’s students, Judge Sullivan worked with President Frederick to get Jim Comey as a guest speaker for a $100,000 fee.
Video of Biden Looking Very Frail
at Veterans Memorial Sparks Concerns
Over His Health
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Posted by Imright 5/26/2020 1:07:37 PM Post Reply
This is why Biden has been hiding in his basement for months.Creepy Joe left his Delaware basement for the first time in over two months on Monday.And he looked like a weak fool with his face mask on.A video of 77-year-old Biden looking very frail sparked concerns over his health.Biden shuffled his feet and gripped his wife’s hand as he walked over to his car as he was leaving the veterans memorial in Delaware.One observer said, “People suffering from dementia often have a certain distinct walk.
Biden: ‘No Evidence Whatsoever’
of Fraud in Mail-in Voting
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Posted by Imright 5/25/2020 6:48:27 AM Post Reply
Sunday on WISN’s “Up Front,” presumptive Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden said there was “no evidence whatsoever” that mail-in voting is fraud-ridden.WISN’s Matt Smith asked, “President Trump tweeted today. He went after a number of states that are beginning to send out absentee ballot applications. Wisconsin is considering doing the same ahead of the November election. Is there concern this could lead to more fraud? This push to vote early?”Biden said, “I will tell you what, you mean Trump fraud? Look, he’s sitting in the White House filling out absentee ballots to vote in a primary in Florida. Now, why is it not fraud when he does it,
Pixar Short Film ‘Out’ Features
Studio’s First Gay Main Character
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Posted by Ribicon 5/25/2020 12:02:37 PM Post Reply
A gay main character has finally appeared in a Pixar film. “Out,” a short film released on Disney Plus on Friday, follows a man named Greg who struggles to come out to his mom and dad as he gets ready to move to the city with his boyfriend, Manuel. Greg’s inner turmoil rises as his parents surprise him and come to help him pack. In a magical turn of events, Greg switches bodies with his dog, and as he tries to hide evidence of his relationship, he soon realizes he shouldn’t hide who he truly is from his parents.
Senate Dems call on Trump admin to let
Planned Parenthood keep PPP money it
fraudulently collected
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Posted by ladydawgfan 5/25/2020 4:23:22 AM Post Reply
Planned Parenthood, the nation’s largest abortion provider, received $80 million in Paycheck Protection Program loans designed to assist small businesses survive in the face of the coronavirus pandemic. While there was widespread media outcry over corporations getting this funding, compete will calls for them to return the money, there has been relative quiet over 38 Planned Parenthood affiliates across the country receiving millions of dollars of aid included in the $2.3 trillion coronavirus stimulus measure. And now Democrats are making a public appeal to let the abortion providers keep the money, insisted they are non-profit “health centers” — how’s that for audacity?
New CDC Figures Show Fauci’s Dishonest COVID-19 Projections Were Garbage 28 replies
Posted by klezmer 5/25/2020 11:23:48 AM Post Reply
This madness has to end now. Every single lockdown order inflicted on the American people these past few months needs to be rescinded immediately. Once that’s done, Fauci has to be investigated to find out why on earth he pushed these catastrophic measures on us using projections he knew to be false.
Chicago Mayor Launches Police Raid to
Shut Down Black Church’s Sunday Services
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Posted by Imright 5/25/2020 12:18:40 AM Post Reply
On Sunday, Chicago’s first openly gay mayor, Lori Lightfoot, mounted a raid on a black South Side church for holding services in defiance of her coronavirus lockdown orders.Lightfoot reportedly sent three marked squad cars and two unmarked cars full of officers to the Chicago Cornerstone Baptist Church in the South Side’s Woodlawn neighborhood. Woodlawn is just south of Hyde Park, the area in which the Obamas lived for a short time before Barack became president.(Tweet) The pastor of the mostly black congregation, Courtney Lewis, reportedly shut and locked the doors and refused to allow the officers to gain entry to the building,
Ex-CBS News President Skewer
‘Decidedly Liberal’ Media
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Posted by Imright 5/26/2020 10:58:17 AM Post Reply
Former CBS News President Van Gordon Sauter says hidden left-wing bias is a growing problem in the media and is threatening “social cohesion” in the United States.In an op-ed published by The Wall Street Journal Monday, Sauter, who led CBS from 1982-83 and in 1986, slammed news outlets that maintain a veneer of objectivity and fairness while pushing reporting biased in favor of left-wing politics.Sauter began by recalling a conversation from 35 years ago when he insisted that the media at large was only tilted to the left and “could be corrected.” He goes on to say that his prediction was wrong and
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