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Two crucial things emerged from
the first presidential debate

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Posted By: Magnante, 9/30/2020 4:36:12 AM

The short version of the debate is that Biden did well if one ignored that almost every other statement he made was a lie or fantasy; Trump dominated him, almost too aggressively; and Chris Wallace may have been the worst and most obviously biased moderator since Candy Crowley. Most significantly, though, Biden and Trump each made a critical point. Biden’s was a tacit admission that, if he is elected president, he will preside over the end of the filibuster, allowing Democrats to pack the courts and add two new Democrat-majority states. Trump’s point was that he’s holding damning evidence about the Democrats’ coup attempt.

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Reply 1 - Posted by: PChristopher 9/30/2020 5:13:27 AM (No. 557106)
Heed this warning: If Biden wins, our constitutional America is gone. We will be a socialist country. Well, we should also heed THIS warning...There is nobody out there in the conservative universe who is like Trump. He is a one-off, a fighter like has never been in the party. He doesn't care what he says and he doesn't care what people think or say about him. He has a gift for speaking TO people, not AT them. Who's going to replace him? That person needs to be identified and groomed and put out there in public starting on Nov. 4th, and I'm not certain that it's Mike Pence. The Commucrats are not going to stop, and if they don't destroy the country in this election, they'll steal the next election. There is no reasoning with rabid animals.
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Reply 2 - Posted by: 3XALADY 9/30/2020 7:13:56 AM (No. 557168)
A thousand likes for post #1. To me, Mike Pence is a Casper Milquetoast. I'm sure he's a good man, but could not fill PDJT's shoes. But I don't know who is on our side who could.
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Reply 3 - Posted by: Sorosisbehindit 9/30/2020 7:18:17 AM (No. 557170)
If the goal of the new Fox management was to establish that they are like all the other news agencies, check. If the goal of Trump was to establish that Biden wants to pack the court, won't stand for law and order and will raise taxes, check. If the goal of Biden was to appear capable of being a politician that could keep a train of thought going, check. If the goal of those tuning in was to see a street fight, check.
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Reply 4 - Posted by: Strike3 9/30/2020 7:48:25 AM (No. 557192)
More than two but okay. Wallace let it slide when Biden said that Trump had failed in his handling of the Coronavirus when we know that he did everything he possibly could as early as he could. America's record matched against the rest of the world is a huge success story. If anybody is guilty of murder it is Andrew Cuomo and the democrat leaders of the cop-killing rioters. All blacks killed by the police were criminals who were resisting arrest. They need to fix their behavior. As for future republican leadership, all we can do is hope that a Ben Crenshaw or a Steve Scalise steps up and faces the democrats half as well as Donald Trump has. Don Junior is not ready and the rest of the republicans have not impressed anybody, to put it mildly. We, as the American People, need to do better in elections and identify the RINOs before they get into office. Look how much damage Romney and McCain were allowed to do. Same with Murkowski and Collins.
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Reply 5 - Posted by: gobushcheneygo 9/30/2020 9:03:06 AM (No. 557247)
Dan Crenshaw, #4. Baby Ben is a golfer.
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Reply 6 - Posted by: mathman 9/30/2020 12:10:44 PM (No. 557440)
There is only one takeaway. Biden is the instrument of the MSM. He speaks, and I hear talking points from the MSM. No lie is too large or too small. Trump paid no taxes. Trump was unprepared for the Wuhan Flu. Trump did not protect small business. Trump spent all his time in a golf cart. And should an embarrassing question go to Biden, Wallace will change the subject. Trump 1, Biden-Wallace 0
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