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Posted By: Msquared112, 9/16/2022 10:20:59 AM

There has been a creeping meme among some Republican voters indicating that they will refuse to vote because they are fed up with congressional Republicans. They are telling everyone who will listen how horrible congressional Republicans are and are asking, "Why vote when our representatives do nothing and get nothing done?" People who advocate not voting are advocating surrender to the leftist mob and surrender to Democrats who have ruined a perfectly good country. They are recommending surrender to the leftists who are persecuting Republican conservatives. There is no other way to read this: If you won't vote, you turn the reins of what power you have over to Democrats.

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Reply 1 - Posted by: DVC 9/16/2022 10:31:33 AM (No. 1279194)
Well, yeah.
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Reply 2 - Posted by: marbles 9/16/2022 10:33:22 AM (No. 1279199)
We have to come out in force and vote.
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Reply 3 - Posted by: downnout 9/16/2022 10:33:36 AM (No. 1279201)
Precisely. The worst Republican is still much better than any Democrat.
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Reply 4 - Posted by: ms1234 9/16/2022 10:34:33 AM (No. 1279203)
The Republican's only have themselves to blame for voter animosity. Now they say "Pick us because we're the lesser of two evils!" Boy that's a helluva campaign ad. Wish we had a "No Confidence" vote option like some countries. Neither Democrat or Republican are acceptable so we vote "No Confidence" and put the military in charge until either party can prove they're worthy of a vote.
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Reply 5 - Posted by: FLCracker 9/16/2022 10:44:04 AM (No. 1279221)
Giving no answer is still an answer. Would you rather reap the consequences of things you actually advocated, one way or the other, or reap the consequences of your inaction? There are only two viable candidates. Make a list of how you agree/disagree with each candidate. Total everything up. Vote for the one most like you.
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Reply 6 - Posted by: faceincrowd 9/16/2022 10:50:16 AM (No. 1279231)
Hey, idiot who wrote this article, don't effing preach at me and others like me. Why should I vote for a Republican who acts just like a Democrat? In any event, until the elections and border issues get sorted, why should I vote when either my vote is offset by an opposing vote from an illegal voting or is just not counted be cause it is for the wrong person?
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Reply 7 - Posted by: earlybird 9/16/2022 10:51:29 AM (No. 1279232)
Although it was unexpected at this patriotic site, every election has brought replies from those who were sitting it out. Not voting. As though it was something to be proud of. And we wonder why we lose? Apathy is a killer.
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Reply 8 - Posted by: Sanchin 9/16/2022 10:54:03 AM (No. 1279237)
OMG we have been lectured with this nonsense for decades. Granted, there is some truth to what the article states but the problem is once elected they leave you to pick up the tab as they gleefully catch a limo to the Gala that we are not invited to. You have no influence once they are elected until they need your vote again. The real problem is that we have a government whose only concern is self-enrichment and self-preservation. So go right ahead and continue to vote for Mitch, Romney, Lindsey and thier fellow travelers and hold onto the belief that this time will be different. And when you vote buy yourself a lottery ticket as well.
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Reply 9 - Posted by: TLCary 9/16/2022 11:02:00 AM (No. 1279251)
The political machine gives us candidates like Mittens and complains about voter turnout. Yes vote, regardless… But it’s crucial that you vote in the Primary. And can we please get politicians that will close these primaries? What use is voting in a Primary that Democrats can spoil and then voting in the General for the RINO that the Dems picked for us?
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Reply 10 - Posted by: BeatleJeff 9/16/2022 11:14:45 AM (No. 1279264)
Truth. This is how we got stuck with two Rats as Senators in Georgia. Even with Fat Stacy and her crew stuffing the ballot box, had all those Republican voters who chose to sit on their hands gotten off their duffs and voted for the GOP candidates we wouldn't have what we have now, which is Schmucky running roughshod over the Senate.
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Reply 11 - Posted by: Delilah 9/16/2022 11:22:27 AM (No. 1279274)
That certainly is not me. I'm 89 and have voted in every election, big and small, since Eisenhower. And straight R.
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Reply 12 - Posted by: WV.Hillbilly 9/16/2022 11:23:34 AM (No. 1279275)
Then give us someone to vote for. I'm not going to vote for a D, but I'm not voting for a squishy R either. I always vote but I don't vote in every race on the ticket. Shelly Moore Capito, I'm looking at you. I'm not going to vote for someone just because thy have an R behind their name.
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Reply 13 - Posted by: ARKfamily 9/16/2022 11:37:47 AM (No. 1279291)
I guess a person can't complain when the Democrat wins. I also surmise that shooting yourself in the foot doesn't bother you at all. . .
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Reply 14 - Posted by: stablemoney 9/16/2022 11:38:28 AM (No. 1279293)
I think you need to get back on the case that when Democrats count the votes, it don't matter if Republican voters vote.
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Reply 15 - Posted by: zephyrgirl 9/16/2022 11:48:56 AM (No. 1279308)
It gets increasingly hard to vote for Republicans after the way they rolled over and let Obama run wild, then fought PDJT harder than they ever fought Obama. I guarantee that if they get control of both the House and Senate, they'll sit on their hands for two years and gripe that they need the presidency as well, then they'll do nothing again. I'll still vote, but I'm not fooled by the Uniparty anymore.
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Reply 16 - Posted by: Rama41 9/16/2022 11:58:37 AM (No. 1279320)
To those who pout, while standing arms folded and eyes askance, lamenting Republican candidates who fall short, know that Democrats consider your not voting just the same as another vote from their own sheep. They could care less about your principles.
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Reply 17 - Posted by: Ribicon 9/16/2022 12:05:57 PM (No. 1279329)
The author argues that because all the GOP restaurant serves is garbage, we'd better eat it, instead of walking away. Hold your noses and elect a Mitch McConnell, a Lindsay Graham, a Compassionate George, a Pierre Delecto, or a Liz Cheney because they might be 2% better than a Democrat and guess what, you still get the Democrat, and you've given these scoundrels the many benefits of being in office, to include the power of being the incumbent the next time around. When there's a challenger to one of these in a primary, the national GOP stocks the race with one or more fake Tea Party types to split the vote and leave us what they say is "no choice" in the general. My policy, for years, is to simply skip that spot on the general election ballot if all the Republicans offer is a Pierre Delecto, or I'll vote for a third party conservative.
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Reply 18 - Posted by: Starboard_side 9/16/2022 12:15:23 PM (No. 1279336)
Actually, not voting is a sign you're not someone that can be counted on. You are either at the table, or you're on the menu. You have a voice when you vote, because they see you're active and participating, that you care. Not voting only ensures Democrats need 1 less vote to secure their victory. You can't shape policy unless you're in the Majority Party in the House or Senate as these last 2 years, in particular have made clear. Lastly, don't complain about "using the power of the purse", since we have been on CR's since 2007 fiscal year when Harry Reid installed that process to protect his Democrats from making tough votes and potentially jeopardizing their chances of re-election. Thus, we have not been on General Order since, and was something McCain actually complained about before he died.
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Reply 19 - Posted by: vhs68 9/16/2022 12:31:50 PM (No. 1279359)
FTA: And with Republicans in office, conservatives stand a far better chance of replacing RINOs with real conservatives..... And that's EXACTLY WHY the rino's aren't supporting their fellow Republican candidates!!! Hey, it's not us; it's the rino's. Mitch--Lindsey--Thune--Marco--Timmy Boy--Shelley--etal. I always vote, but since the tragedy of 2020 and the rino's just saying 'ok', i only vote for slots who are true Americans--if not, that slot is blank--which is counted as an 'under-vote. That's one-way to get their attention. I'm 72 and am fed up with this shitte.
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Reply 20 - Posted by: Luke21 9/16/2022 2:11:03 PM (No. 1279426)
Unfortunately, we have to vote for Republican thumb sucking weaklings and quislings over Democrat maniacs and criminals.
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Reply 21 - Posted by: davew 9/16/2022 2:46:15 PM (No. 1279447)
I have voted in every election since 1972. In 2016 the Democrats introduced ballot harvesting in California and in 2020 they went to universal mail in ballots with no real oversight of signatures or corrupted voter roles. Until California changes the election laws to provide a fair election process that isn't designed to make cheating easy, I am not wasting my time voting again. I wouldn't play cards in a rigged casino and I won't waste my time participating in an insecure election process as we have in California. California is the causionary tale for the rest of the country. Protect your state election process or you will go down the one-party-rule black hole like California.
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Reply 22 - Posted by: doctorfixit 9/16/2022 2:54:39 PM (No. 1279450)
I'm never voting for another Republican. The GOP is a sham party that exists only to provide the illusion of choice. Enablers of totalitarian socialism. The GOP needs to be exterminated. Stop voting for them. The lesser of two evils is still evil. Elections are fraud. Voting is fantasy. The US needs revolutionary action.
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Reply 23 - Posted by: Californian 9/16/2022 4:50:54 PM (No. 1279528)
No, no, no, no, no, a thousand times no! The Republican Party does not own my vote. They must earn it. A Dem running with an R next to their name does not earn my vote. The lesser of 2 evils is still evil and does not earn my vote. Moving towards Marxism a little slower does not earn my vote. I do not vote for parties. I vote for conservatives. If the candidate is conservative they get my vote. If they are not conservative they do not get my vote. I don't care and it doesn't matter if a Dem has a seat or a RINO/Dem has a seat. It's the same to me. No, I will not vote for your horrible RINO candidate. I would rather the Dems get the seat for the 2 or 6 years and we try again with a conservative candidate the next time than get stuck with a fraud like Romney or McCain for life. No more RINOs. Period. Ever. For any reason.
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Reply 24 - Posted by: Sorosisbehindit 9/17/2022 6:23:01 AM (No. 1279822)
#3 I don't agree. We have two slimy republicans in Louisiana who claimed to be conservative and went up there and voted like a democrat. I don't find a lying republican one bit better than a democrat! In fact, if the slim we have who has to run every 2 years runs again, I will vote for his opponent. Why? Because an entrenched slimy lying republican (Lindsey Graham) is worse than a 2 year democrat that can be knocked off next time. I am sick to death of voting for the lesser evil!!!!
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Reply 25 - Posted by: ARKfamily 9/17/2022 6:57:01 AM (No. 1279832)
#24, It starts with defining what a Republican is and that starts with the RNC. Ronna McDaniel is not being effective at clarifying and defining. There needs to be a strong person in that position.
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Reply 26 - Posted by: Richard from Norwood 9/17/2022 7:05:56 AM (No. 1279839)
Re: No.4 and somewhat to No. 12. Wouldn't having a 'NONE of the ABOVE' option being a valid vote, where if the 'NONE of the ABOVE' option won, then none of those in those lines above could run for a period of ten years?
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Reply 27 - Posted by: Msquared112 9/17/2022 7:07:37 AM (No. 1279841)
Agreed. A Republican vote not cast is a vote for a Democrat. A Republican vote cast for a Democrat, is, of course, not helpful to America. It’s selfish to stay home in a state of high dudgeon just because you’re pi$$ed. For everyone else’s sake, vote Republican. At least if we win, we can clean out the detritus from the Party. If we lose, we can’t do anything and things get worse.
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Reply 28 - Posted by: mifla 9/17/2022 7:45:49 AM (No. 1279872)
Voting is a privilege. Many people in this world of ours are not permitted to vote. I fully understand the frustration of having two bad choices, but not voting is also a choice that has consequences.
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Reply 29 - Posted by: Colonel Mustard Seed 9/17/2022 8:06:01 AM (No. 1279886)
This one needs a permanent spot atop the Must Reads everyday for the next 50 days. #4,6,12,14, etc: You’re right about a lot, but you’re wrong about this point… We all know that the worst Republican is always better than the best Democrat. We’ve seen the results. Take a Manchin or Senima vs a Murkowski or Romney. We’ll cheer when a courageous liberal stands up to their overlords, and we’ll curse when a cowardly conservative caves to media pressure to betray their constituents, but we need the majority. Vote you’re principles in the primaries, and then coalesce around the Republican in the general. Don’t sit it out. If you’re not for us, you’re against us.
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Reply 30 - Posted by: Speedypetey 9/17/2022 8:34:51 AM (No. 1279910)
I have conservative friends that vote but do not participate like campaigning by phone, door to door or working the polls. We also give money to the candidates we like. Not the GOP because there are RINOS we hate. And the #1 effort you can make to try to keep elections honest, WORK THE POLLS ON ELECTION DAY! We do and it is early mornings and late nights but worth it.
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Reply 31 - Posted by: bpl40 9/17/2022 9:02:13 AM (No. 1279928)
In spite of my relative indifference to Bush Father & Son, I cannot disregard who they prevented from gaining the White House. A huge side benefit of Trump's victory was keeping the Beast away. Just imagine Presidents Dukakis, Gore, Kerry and Hillary. Then decide whether you want to vote in November.
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Reply 32 - Posted by: snowoutlaw 9/17/2022 9:50:33 AM (No. 1279967)
That is not why I considered not voting. I have considered not voting because I do not have faith that my vote will be counted correctly. For many years now only one person that I voted for has won, that person was Trump. I have not been able to vote for any Senator because only Rats were on the ballot, a RINO would have been welcomed over any RAT but I didn't even have that choice thanks to how the RATS have the system set up. I still vote because I figured if I didn't someone would vote for me.
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Reply 33 - Posted by: Zigrid 9/17/2022 9:53:51 AM (No. 1279969)
The only way to turn this mess around is to do what President Trump said...come out in numbers that the democrats can't match ... no matter how many mule teams they employ...hiding in your basement and crying about injustice isn't a's foolish and WE can't afford one wasted vote...
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Reply 34 - Posted by: Kafka2 9/17/2022 9:56:44 AM (No. 1279971)
Every time I hear a Republican say the are not going to vote because the Republicans are not doing enough, I want to scream. I agree that the Republicans could do more, but what is the alternative? The Democrats have been doing a lot lately and most of it is bad news. Not voting gives the election to the Democrats. This is cutting off your nose to spite your face. Since Democrats have taken to voting in the Republican primaries for the worst Republican candidates, it is important to vote for the best Republicans that can get elected in the primaries to overcome this dirty trick of the Democrats.
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Reply 35 - Posted by: Proud Texan 9/17/2022 10:42:23 AM (No. 1280026)
Vote! If you have to, vote for the least bad. If you don't vote, shut the heck up!!!
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Reply 36 - Posted by: columba 9/17/2022 10:51:27 AM (No. 1280047)
I will vote again from President Trump.
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Reply 37 - Posted by: Dodge Boy 9/17/2022 11:52:47 AM (No. 1280122)
A quick note to the pubbie sitter-outers - So, do you want Amerika or America then? Come clean and quit the nonsense. Cleaning up the party will come with time. It is not possible to clean house between now and November 8th. Besides, how many of you sitter-outers are running for office somewhere? Answer - none. So quit the whining turn off the msm and, you guessed it, vote darn it.
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Reply 38 - Posted by: LC Chihuahua 9/17/2022 2:09:25 PM (No. 1280237)
Vote for the Democrat that nails you right between the eyes or vote for the Republican that stabs you in the back. Great choice. No problem. The longer this goes on, the more people will realize both parties are at fault. Then we will vote everyone out. Consider it a slap in the face brought to you by the American voter. Over and over, until things get better. It's all you deserve.
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Reply 39 - Posted by: HisHandmaiden 9/17/2022 2:40:58 PM (No. 1280271)
To the 38 Miss Lucianne posters above, please join me and register with your polling location to be a poll watcher on Nov 8 AFTER you vote that morning. It’s one simple call or email. Take your snacks and plan on the Best 12 hours of your life, for you, your children and Grandblessings! TBIYTC
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Reply 40 - Posted by: Hermit_Crab 9/17/2022 3:23:35 PM (No. 1280313)
Cicero knew the answer to this screed 2100 years ago: A nation can survive its fools, and even the ambitious. But it cannot survive treason from within. An enemy at the gates is less formidable, for he is known and carries his banner openly. But the traitor moves amongst those within the gate freely, his sly whispers rustling through all the alleys, heard in the very halls of government itself. For the traitor appears not a traitor; he speaks in accents familiar to his victims, and he wears their face and their arguments, he appeals to the baseness that lies deep in the hearts of all men. He rots the soul of a nation, he works secretly and unknown in the night to undermine the pillars of the city, he infects the body politic so that it can no longer resist. A murderer is less to fear. The traitor is the plague. I despise the 'RINOs' more than I do the Democrats, who at least are honest enough to declare their hatred for me and us.
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Reply 41 - Posted by: BigGeorgeTX 9/17/2022 6:53:04 PM (No. 1280461)
"Republicans" = Democrat disiinformation.
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Reply 42 - Posted by: Heraclitus 9/17/2022 10:58:08 PM (No. 1280593)
Yes, we have some really despicable RINO pubbies, who, however, do usually vote the right way, say on a Supreme Court nominee. More often than not they will vote the way we want, the way we believe provides for more freedom and less intrusive government. Not perfect, by any means, sometimes not and infuriatingly eager to stand with Dem/Lefties. However, what do those RINOs think when they are attacked for not being pure enough ideologically? They're kind of spineless, so do they succumb to the first temptations offered by the Dems who will give them some comfort, and the media will pamper them (for a little while)? Do they consider, "What difference does it make if I vote for them or vote with the Dem majority? It's much easier. And besides, those p.o.'d Republicans won't vote anyway." And they make the Faustian bargain. One thing Dems boast about: their voters vote. Get involved in choosing and fighting for the best possible candidates for the General Elections. Be a poll watcher; work for the candidates. Keep in touch, keep them on their toes. We will always have to deal with the spineless and the whiners and the betrayers. Haven't we seen enough of what Dems do when they've got majorities? Every time they have the majority, for example, they load the State Dept and Justice Dept with their cronies and Fellow Travelers. You wonder how they managed to corrupt the FBI so thoroughly? You wonder why the State Dept is so far over on the Left it works more on behalf of leftist regimes than they do for our national interest? And we now have a Justice system which is now an arm of the Dem/Left, along with a corrupt justice system in the District. I'm not in the military, but I know that there are some battles for which the outcomes looked to be certain disasters and that some soldiers won't fight, even some desert. I think of The Battle of the Bulge and Guadalcanal (where my Dad was) where we shouldn't have been victorious, but for the indefatigable fighting spirit of our soldiers. We need THAT fighting spirit to NEVER GIVE UP. The Dem/Left in majority always wreaks havoc and has been thrusting our Republic further and further DOWNWARD, careening down the path toward totalitarian control. We cannot throw in the towel; we need everyone to vote lest the Dem/Left thinks they've succeeded in dispiriting and frightening Republicans into passivity.
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The Pentagon announced it has launched a probe into one of its 'diversity' officers over the weekend, after her series of scathing posts disparaging white people on her social media resurfaced. The tweets by Kelisa Wing, an Army veteran and the current chief 'diversity, equity and inclusion' officer at the Department of Defense's Education Activity office, were first reported last week, and have since come under federal scrutiny. Fox News resurfaced the old posts, which use well-worn slang terms to mock white people include 'Karen' and 'CAUdacity'—a play on the word Caucasian—and were reportedly set to private after the outlet reached out for comment.(Snip)Perhaps most troubling,
John Durham’s final act: exposing the FBI 22 replies
Posted by Imright 9/19/2022 2:21:12 AM Post Reply
Russiagate special counsel John Durham is in the homestretch. His grand jury wrapped up work last week, apparently with no new indictments on the horizon. Attorney General Merrick Garland is said to anticipate receiving his final report by the end of the year. And Durham is gearing up for his last trial: the prosecution of Igor Danchenko, the principal source for the discredited Steele dossier. That last one should be grabbing our attention. We now know that the so-called dossier compiled by former British spy Christopher Steele was a Clinton campaign production. It is one of the great dirty tricks in modern political history: The 2016 Democratic presidential campaign colluded
Report: 2024 Stage Being Set for Possible
Kamala/Newsom Battle as Rumors Swirl About
Biden’s Intentions
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Posted by Dreadnought 9/20/2022 12:51:00 AM Post Reply
It’s been pretty obvious for months now that California Gov. Gavin Newsom has his eye on the White House, and though a new report doesn’t quote straight from the horse’s mouth regarding his intentions, it does shed more light on his mindset regarding 2024. According two well-connected California Democratic insiders, Newsom absolutely plans to throw his hat into the ring in the event President Joe Biden decides not to run again: ​California Governor Gavin Newsom is “undeniably, unequivocally” planning to run for president in 2024 if President Biden chooses not to seek a second term, two individuals with knowledge
Biden: ‘There’s Not a Single Thing
that I’ve Observed at All that Would
Affect Me or the United States Relative
to My Son Hunter’
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Posted by Imright 9/20/2022 2:23:05 AM Post Reply
President Joe Biden said Sunday on CBS’s “60 Minutes” that he was not concerned about his son Hunter Biden’s behavior in any way. Anchor Scott Pelley said, “His son, Hunter, has been a lightning rod for suspicion. Hunter Biden’s former addiction to crack cocaine led to a life he describes as nonstop depravity. He has also acknowledged a federal investigation into his taxes. Congress investigated Hunter Biden’s job with a Ukrainian company at the time that his father ran Ukrainian policy in the Obama administration. A Republican investigation, however, uncovered no wrongdoing by then-Vice President Biden.”
Bill Walton calls out Mayor Todd Gloria
for allowing the homeless to destroy San Diego
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Posted by FL_Absentee_Voter 9/19/2022 7:01:19 PM Post Reply
As we all know, San Diego’s homeless crisis is only getting worse under the leadership of Mayor Todd Gloria, who continues to pretend like he is working to fix the issue. But all his efforts have failed. [snip] San Diego native Bill Walton is publicly calling out Mayor Todd Gloria’s failure publicly, saying Gloria has “failed us and yourself.” The Voice of San Diego reports that Walton has sent a series of emails to Mayor Gloria’s office, detailing his personal encounters with our homeless population.
Federal Court rules Big Tech has no 'freewheeling
First Amendment right to censor'
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Posted by Moritz55 9/19/2022 5:27:49 PM Post Reply
A federal appeals court upheld a Texas law on Friday that seeks to curb censorship by social media platforms. The ruling, a major victory for Republicans who charge companies like Twitter and Facebook are limiting free speech, is a step in a major legal battle that could end up at the Supreme Court. The lawsuit is challenging HB 20, a Texas bill signed into law by Gov. Greg Abbott that regulates social media platforms with more than 50 million monthly users, which includes Google, Facebook and Twitter, and says they cannot censor or limit users’ speech based on viewpoint expression.
Why Is Biden Playing With His Tongue At
The Ceremony For The Late Queen Elizabeth
II (Photo & Video)
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Posted by Black Conservative Voice 9/20/2022 9:02:26 AM Post Reply
At the funeral of Queen Elizabeth II, hundreds of world leaders, royals, and dignitaries of every shape crowded Westminster Abbey, the seating chart is imbued with meaning. Still, the position of U.S. President Joe Biden and First Lady Jill Biden was a huge surprise as they were stationed 14 rows back. They were behind the president of Poland and ahead of the Czech Republic prime minister. The president of Switzerland sat one seat over, next to the U.S. First Lady. The reason why is ridiculous, he was late for the funeral!
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