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Posted By: Black Conservative Voice, 11/6/2022 11:51:06 AM

Ron DeSantis is the latest politician to fall victim to one of Trump’s famous nicknames. In times past Trump has coined Low Energy Jeb, Sleepy Joe, Crooked Hillary, Little Marco Rubio, and the list goes on and on. During last night’s rally in Latrobe, Pennsylvania, Trump surprisingly gave Ron DeSantis the nickname “Ron DeSanctimonious”. “We’re winning big in the Republican Party for the nomination like nobody’s ever seen before,” Trump told a crowd in Latrobe, Pennsylvania, on Saturday night before going down the list of other Republicans who could potentially challenge him in 2024.


Maybe he shouldn't have done this three days before the elections but Trump calls it as he sees it - Lotsa backstabbers out there - Trump stays at least 3 steps ahead - He has our backs - Democrats and many Republicans don’t - he keeps us informed in a subtle entertaining way and he obviously knows something. Don't get me wrong I like what DeSantis has done with Florida but there are some big issues lately that gives me concerns about his intentions!

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Reply 1 - Posted by: Black Conservative Voice 11/6/2022 11:52:21 AM (No. 1326412)
Between the two I trust Trump more, and he did a great job running this country while opening our eyes to all the corruption. And DeSantis has done a great job here in FL, so far. Time will tell.
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Reply 2 - Posted by: judy 11/6/2022 11:58:33 AM (No. 1326418)
I prefer Trump!
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Reply 3 - Posted by: Quigley 11/6/2022 12:00:32 PM (No. 1326419)
It would not be credible to believe that RINOs are not seeking to use desantis as a wedge to weaken Trump/the MAGA movement. Obviously they would have to offer desantis something. He should not even appear to be interested in taking that something. Desantis would be a sucker to cooperate with them. Too early to tell. As observed above, Trump is not one to bite his tongue and wait for something overt to materialize.
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Reply 4 - Posted by: earlybird 11/6/2022 12:06:03 PM (No. 1326427)
Unnecessry show of fear of DeSantis? Should have skipped this.
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Reply 5 - Posted by: Newtsche 11/6/2022 12:15:54 PM (No. 1326439)
Let's not get ahead or ourselves. An actual red wave Tuesday will set a tone for the next two years as the criminal old media bastids go supernova. Hopefully they'll have enough rope to hang themselves for all to see but their resources are daunting. Buckle up.
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Reply 6 - Posted by: chance_232 11/6/2022 12:17:38 PM (No. 1326442)
Reagan's 11th commandment "Thou shalt not speak ill of any fellow Republican." Granted, that some deserve it. But Trump, unnecessary, drew first blood. It was uncalled for. And this is exactly the behavior that turns of many, many Republicans.
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Reply 7 - Posted by: spacer 11/6/2022 12:25:42 PM (No. 1326449)
#6.. DeSantis drew 1st blood. He jumped on W Bush's band wagon a day after Bush held a rally for Odea in Colorado. Odea is a very loud anti President Trump and a close friend of Romneys yet DeSantis needlessly and very openly threw his support for the Ben Sasse wannabe.
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Reply 8 - Posted by: BarryNo 11/6/2022 12:30:56 PM (No. 1326451)
I'm beginning to feel like I grew up in another Era. In my day, while nicknames were used to taunt, they were also used affectionately. My dad had a friend nicknamed, "Mouse". He was 6'-6" and 280 lbs. Another friend was "Monk" as he had an eye for the ladies, but also a fine sense of justice. There were others. Nicknames are used to taunt but they also reflect truth. DeSantis IS "sanctimonious" as he walks a straight, justified and Godly path. Trump would never claim to be Godly. His life has been to close to our enemies. But he can admire and tease someone who is admirable.
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Reply 9 - Posted by: Gordon Freeman 11/6/2022 12:47:44 PM (No. 1326465)
I believe his thing about giving nicknames is part of his game.
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Reply 10 - Posted by: Dreadnought 11/6/2022 1:08:06 PM (No. 1326481)
Always read the crowd. There's much to learn from engagement and lack of same.
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Reply 11 - Posted by: judy 11/6/2022 1:17:01 PM (No. 1326489)
It’s obvious …fake republicans & Fox are trying to push Trump out & Ron in!!!
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Reply 12 - Posted by: SkeezerMcGee 11/6/2022 1:32:54 PM (No. 1326499)
Too often Donald Trump makes fun of people for no good reason. I do not recall Ronald Reagan ever doing that. Ron DeSantis is not Sanctimonious. Given his accomplishments, he's extremely humble and personal. Donald Trump was a great president and would be again if elected, but he needs to keep his snide comments to himself far more often. I believe Trump's criticism of John McCain is the reason McCain got out of his sickbed in Arizona, traveled to DC, and cast the deciding vote that prevented the repeal of Obamacare. Ergo: because of Trump's needless criticism of McCain, healthcare in the United States is far worse than before Obamacare and is getting worse week by week.
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Reply 13 - Posted by: Red Ghost 11/6/2022 1:51:13 PM (No. 1326513)
There will be plenty of time to vet DeSantis AFTER Tuesday. I am very worried about Trump starting a war between him and DeSantis, now 48 hours before the most critical election in our lifetime. That little dig at DeSantis was ill timed, unnecessary and quite frankly, bitchy. It is red meat for the traitorous media to pivot the story away from a Republican red wave, to Trump's bitchy comment. And given how close some of these races are, it's likely, true or not, Trump would be blamed for any losses. That would be absolutely tragic. As our beloved Rush Limbaugh once said: The only one that can separate Trump from his supporters is Trump. None of us ever wants to see that happen.
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Reply 14 - Posted by: doublesharp 11/6/2022 1:57:11 PM (No. 1326516)
unforced error at a crucial time.
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Reply 15 - Posted by: samoasam 11/6/2022 2:01:05 PM (No. 1326517)
If Trump and his ego continue down this path I’m off him. I’ve supported him to date. But he’s like a bull in the China shop. He has No statesman qualities. Zero! No humility. Zero. It’s all about him. He’s reactive, not a thinker. His rallies are repetitive and stagnant.. Same old same old. Worse yet, it’s all about him and the past. Nothing new and stimulating. Worse yet, He’l give the democrats issues that no other candidate could. They have no issues now, but they will have if he gets the nomination. Desantis is where most Republican voters see the future. He’s a proven executive with a great portfolio. I’m definitely Getting sick of Trump. And we’re two years out. Watch him implode day by day. The sooner the better if we’re to have a chance in 24. I’m sick of these people who think you’re a rino if you don’t support Trump. If I could buy Trump for what he’s worth, and sell him for what he thinks he’s worth, I’d be a rich man.
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Reply 16 - Posted by: vhs68 11/6/2022 3:03:01 PM (No. 1326553)
Lot's of Rinos on the board this Sunday. If DeSantis thinks getting into bed with the Rinos is good for business, he will be sadly mistaken. And will also mean he was never a maga republican anyway. I can say if the Trumpster gets railroaded going into 2024 the maga folks will abandon the party and whoever they pick to run for president. We ain't playing that game anymore. Just because the demorats take the black vote for granted doesn't mean the rinos can expect the true maga crowd to blindly follow along.
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Reply 17 - Posted by: earlybird 11/6/2022 3:50:52 PM (No. 1326568)
Perhaps James Woods said it best: The great Ronald Reagan said that Republicans should never disparage each other. This was not a good moment. Incidentally, Woods isn’t a “RINO,” either.
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Reply 18 - Posted by: 49 Ford 11/6/2022 4:08:33 PM (No. 1326579)
The article is pure claptrap. DeSantis makes a campaign appearance in support of a fellow Republican and some people see a sinister, cloak & dagger plot to slay the MAGA movement. Good Grief!
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Reply 19 - Posted by: Frederic F. Frew 11/6/2022 4:21:38 PM (No. 1326587)
Trump could shoot DeSantis on Fifth Avenue and not lose support from some of you. I am long past done with his tired, childish act.
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Reply 20 - Posted by: MDConservative 11/6/2022 4:21:50 PM (No. 1326588)
Starting early. It’s not going to work this time around with Pence, De Santis or Pompeo. The novelty is gone. Let’s talk policy…with people who were there, not so NYY anonymous source. Those thinking this will be a skate for FPDT had best have a plan B just in case.
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Reply 21 - Posted by: thekidsmom66 11/6/2022 4:29:46 PM (No. 1326594)
I love how some are ready to throw Trump use the bus over this. If not for Trump standing up and taking the heat the last 5 years, DeSantis, not any of the current Republicans, would have a chance in the midterms or in 24. We get McConnell RINOs. So, sorry, not "over" Trump.
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Reply 22 - Posted by: thekidsmom66 11/6/2022 4:34:50 PM (No. 1326597)
*under the bus *nor any Republicans WHY can't we get an edit feature on here?
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Reply 23 - Posted by: thekidsmom66 11/6/2022 4:44:45 PM (No. 1326604)
By the way, neither Reagan nor James Woods is infallible. And while the left suffered their own derangement syndrome where Reagan was concerned (and still haven't recovered from it), it WAS a very different political and social world and atmosphere then.
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Reply 24 - Posted by: Subsuburban 11/6/2022 4:45:15 PM (No. 1326605)
Trump will never trust or support DeSantis because DeSantis endorsed the republican candidate for Senate in Colorado, O'Dea, sho said he would "actively campaign against Trump." So, DeSantis decided to fire the first shot, if you will. As usual, Trump did not throw the first punch; he counter-punched. DeSantis brought it on himself, but by the time the politickin' for President gets serious, nobody but the democrats will remember, and no one will care all that much. Remember, Trump threw a real haymaker at Cruz and after a bit, Cruz came around and all was forgiven. Same with "Little Mario."
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Reply 25 - Posted by: earlybird 11/6/2022 4:56:35 PM (No. 1326614)
Earlier this year, as noted by Fox, DeSantis dismissed rumors of a rift with Trump, saying the former president is a “friend of mine,” adding that he [Trump] “wants to see Republicans doing well.” Then this: And I think when the media is trying to act like he’s upset at me for doing well, I think that’s total bunk. I think they’re just making it up. Governor? Do you still think “they’re just making it up”? And do you think Trump wants you to do well? I’m talking about the Florida governor’s race, here. The de facto head of the Republican Party (at least in the minds of some people), mocking and ridiculing a Republican governor running for re-election on Tuesday is poor form at best, and self-centered at its worst. > br>
Years ago there was a real blowhard guy here at LCom. But he dropped one wise gem: “What Peter says about Paul says more about Peter than it does about Paul.” PDJT’s swipe at RDS was gratuitous -totally unnecessary. I have been a Trump supporter. Sillly stuff like this does put some potential voters off. No one can afford to do that.
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Reply 26 - Posted by: jimboscott 11/6/2022 5:49:46 PM (No. 1326640)
25, If that is true, then this is still junior high behavior from Trump. It is appearing more and more that Trump's love of his nation is eclipsed only by his love of self. This kind of stuff is the mark of immaturity. Trump cannot turn the other cheek nor ignore even the slightest hint of criticism. A mature person would go about his business and not behave like a child in the back seat of the car, calling people names for the slightest of provocations. I voted twice for him. I will vote a third time if it comes to that unless his narcissism reaches a Perot-like magnitude and he tries to form a third party. In that case I would campaign against him because no third party has ever done anything other than get liberals elected. Had it not been for Ross Perot, "Hillary Clinton" would the a difficult answer at a Tuesday night trivia game at the local pizza place and not the screaming BIAPS she is now. Yes... the B is on purpose.
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Reply 27 - Posted by: Moritz55 11/6/2022 7:05:01 PM (No. 1326677)
Spare me the excuses and the justifications. The comment served no useful purpose, and it just made President Trump look petty.
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Reply 28 - Posted by: doublesharp 11/6/2022 7:23:32 PM (No. 1326685)
If RD thinks he can go head to head with PDJT he is sadly mistaken. Should he run against PDJT in 24 RD will be destroyed politicly forever. PDJT is a fighter and not one to let things simmer. RD needs to take care of Florida (the job he is campaigning for) back PDJT to the hilt and prepare for 2028. If he stays in bed w/rinos his career is toast. I would have preferred remarks such as this come after mid-term but I'm with PDJT warts and all. MAGA !
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Reply 29 - Posted by: Kate318 11/6/2022 9:13:14 PM (No. 1326744)
You have GOT to be kidding me, #13. The reason we have Obamacare is because Trump was mean to John McCain?? John McCain would’ve drug his dying body to Mar a Lago in order to screw Trump over—criticism or not—because John McCain was a nasty, bitter old man. And, the reason our healthcare is getting worse by the day is because money is the bottom line, supported by woke medical policies and administrators. I’ve been reading some disturbing things about Governor “Humble and Personable,” and am going to be very careful with my support.
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Reply 30 - Posted by: PrayerWarrior 11/6/2022 10:58:37 PM (No. 1326797)
Wow! I never would have believed it! My fellow posters willing to diss President Trump after one remark about a fellow republican, a popular governor. Would you all feel so kindly towards someone who you helped become the governor of your State and then he publicly supported an arch enemy of yours to be elected to the U.S. Senate, where he can cause you and your family years of trouble? I don't think so. Check your heart for mercy and don't be so quick to judge. One day you might need that mercy for yourself.....And as for President Trump's ego, it's that ego that has sustained him for the past 6 years to endure the attacks on his personhood. Could you endure that? I don't think so! So look in the mirror and ask yourself, are you being fair to this man, Donald J. Trump?
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Reply 31 - Posted by: Harlowe 11/7/2022 1:11:58 AM (No. 1326851)
#31~ Excellent! Well said. Thank you! President Trump has put himself, his family, and his business empire in harm’s way because he loves this country and wants to restore the freedoms, morality, opportunities and values that made this country great. The rapid-fire denunciation of President Trump is sickening and raises the question of how many individuals sitting in condemnation of this man have reaped the harvest of what he has sown. To list a few: * US stock market continually hits all-time record highs. * Trump finalized the creation of Space Force as our 6th Military branch. * Under Trump’s leadership, in 2018 the U.S. surpassed Russia and Saudi Arabia to become the world’s largest producer of crude oil. * He signed a bill allowing some drug imports from Canada so that prescription prices would go down. * He created a White House VA Hotline to help veterans and principally staffed it with veterans and direct family members of veterans. * Issued an executive order requiring the Secretaries of Defense, Homeland Security, and Veterans Affairs to submit a joint plan to provide veterans access to access to mental health treatment as they transition to civilian life. * The poverty rate fell to a 17-year low of 11.8% under the Trump administration as a result of a jobs-rich environment. * More than 7 million jobs created since election. * More than 400,000 manufacturing jobs created since his election. * President Trump has called on Congress to pass school choice legislation so that no child is trapped in a failing school because of his or her zip code. * The President signed funding legislation in September 2018 that increased funding for school choice by $42 million. * The tax cuts signed into law by President Trump promote school choice by allowing families to use 529 college savings plans for elementary and secondary education. * Signed the first Perkins CTE reauthorization since 2006, authorizing more than $1 billion for states each year to fund vocational and career education programs. * Executive order expanding apprenticeship opportunities for students and workers. * Trump issued an Executive Order prohibiting the U.S. government from discriminating against Christians or punishing expressions of faith. An old adage: “Don’t bite the hand that feeds you.”
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Reply 32 - Posted by: fed-up 11/7/2022 6:57:50 AM (No. 1326933)
Nothing DJT says is without reason. He knows what is going on behind the scenes with the power brokers in the GOPe. They have been giving millions to DeSantis and that money of course comes with strings attached. Instead of listening to Trump, start listening to DeSantis. He is not giving support/credit to Trump. He barely condemned the raid on Mar A Lago in a speech he gave a few days after the raid. I believe the latest comment from Trump was in response to the video “God Made A Fighter” that was made showing DeSantis as the second coming. Don’t get me wrong..I think he is a great governor but if you recall, he backed Trumps polices throughout the pandemic. He owes his position to DJTs support. The powers behind this rift are the anti MAGA group. Don’t fall for it. When Trump announces he is running again in a few days, let’s see what DeSantis says about it. If he doesn’t come out immediately saying he supports him, we know who is pulling his strings.
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Reply 33 - Posted by: Kitty Myers 11/7/2022 6:58:52 AM (No. 1326934)
DeSantis is no longer his own man/candidate. He is being 'managed' by choice: He is being told what to say and what to do and when. In doing so, he turned his back on Trump "who helped him win a REALLY tight race." All he had to do was serve out his 2nd term as FL governor, and Trump would have most likely helped him become president in 2028. And suddenly Trump is the one being vilified for an amusing and ACCURATE nickname he gave to DeSantis?
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Reply 34 - Posted by: Periwinkel 11/7/2022 7:22:26 AM (No. 1326949)
Re #23: Some of us read our post before hitting "submit."
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Reply 35 - Posted by: Kitty Myers 11/7/2022 7:30:05 AM (No. 1326954)
To all those who are bad-mouthing Trump: Trump held a rally in Miami yesterday and encouraged people to re-elect DeSantis.
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Reply 36 - Posted by: Dodge Boy 11/7/2022 8:00:07 AM (No. 1326980)
Get a grip, we must. Thicken the skin, we must. Come to our senses, we must. Vote tomorrow, we must.
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Reply 37 - Posted by: felixcat 11/7/2022 8:06:52 AM (No. 1326987)
I want to see Trump get his third, er, second term. DeSantis is young and I don't know his views on any foreign policies. Yes, he's a Navy veteran but so is Dan Crenshaw and like Rep Waltz of Florida (R), they can't vote enough times for more "aid" to Ukraine. SO I don't fall for the schtick that it takes a veteran, someone who actually served in combat, to know what is best about supporting foreign interventions. Trump and his family have been through the fire and more. DeSantis has a young family and you know they will go after him and his wife viciously. Attacking him about his wife's breast cancer is child games to the Dems/Left in this country. DeSantis has many years ahead of him to pursue Presidential ambitions. If he wins re-election of Governor is he going to only serve half a term to run for President? As for the nicknames, that's Trump style.
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Reply 38 - Posted by: HisHandmaiden 11/7/2022 8:31:20 AM (No. 1327013)
Ditto #1, 31 and 32. TBIYTC
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Reply 39 - Posted by: Mulhaven 11/7/2022 8:35:26 AM (No. 1327020)
Narratives that trivialize Trump are flat out deceitful. Since Reagan, immaturity has reigned in the White House. Trump is the exception. America has declined because pretentious people forced misbegotten actions on an unsuspecting and gullible public. Trump is the antidote, awaking us to reality and showing the way forward. He is a fine person, not a narcissist like those in the Democrat cabal. Frankly, the Democrat Part is a group of inflated simpletons. Reality has no place in their world view. Trump has a genuine sense of humour (like Reagan), also a rarity. The nicknames he assigns have been effective to good purpose. His nickname for DeSantis is inside baseball that we shouldn't make presumptive remarks about. Trump's talk is straight in contrast to the pomposities spewed by the likes of Schumer, Obama, et al.
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Reply 40 - Posted by: bigfatslob 11/7/2022 8:51:35 AM (No. 1327038)
I'm with Trump all the way. It's tiring listening to people saying, he's a bull in a china closet, mean tweets, no class well then Joe Biden must be your guy. Some people forget how good the nation was for four years while Trump walked around with daggers in his back he still performed and will do it again. DeSantis needs to keep Florida in focus there is recovery work to do democrats love republicans infighting. Don't take the bait I recall Ted Cruz had to think about it after Trump massaged the situation between therm.
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Reply 41 - Posted by: tootall 11/7/2022 8:55:16 AM (No. 1327042)
If DeSantis is tightroping his policies to appeal to the monied Elites there could be some problems in the future for him. I don't see anyone stopping Trump and DeS would be wise to let Pres Trump chop out all the RINOS and then have his own 8 years. In my mind the question is, does he shoot for VP, or stay in Flo? That might give Trump's VP an advantage. Or maybe not! Look at Pence. He's day old burnt toast. That whole thing starts Wed!
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Reply 42 - Posted by: happywarrior 11/7/2022 9:17:39 AM (No. 1327057)
Oh please. If you're suddenly "done" with President Trump you were never for him! Go cry in your soup about his "mean" nickname for RD. Anyone who supports a candidate that the clown Bush supports should get their head examined.
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Reply 43 - Posted by: Saryden 11/7/2022 10:16:10 AM (No. 1327093)
President Trump is this ninety-year-old's true Patriot and National Hero for offering his all... time, energy, family, treasure... to keep and protect America's freedoms and security... our best President ever! Governor DeSantis has been wonderful for Florida and will certainly get my vote... but I am concerned to hear he might be "playing politics" by supporting any Rinos. We must have the best-possible Chief Executive Officer to combat what the rotten Left has done... and I believe that is Trump.
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Reply 44 - Posted by: LadyVet 11/7/2022 11:39:25 AM (No. 1327167)
John McCain got off his death bed to cast the deciding vote for the Democrats because he was a querulous old man, who took pride in being a jerk. And if the truth were known, his daughter and wife probably encouraged him to do it and helped him off the bed. He was probably half demented at the time, to boot. Which is another example of why we need to get all those fossils like McConnell, Feinstein, Pelosi, Hoyer, Grassley, etc out of Congress. Old people start acting like children. But unlike children, their brainwave activity is not increasing, but decreasing and ar risk of sudden drop-off.
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Reply 45 - Posted by: Zigrid 11/7/2022 12:05:44 PM (No. 1327201)
The bushes and chenys have Ronnie's ear...and they have convinced him that he should attack President Trump...well that was a stupid move...if you look at the crowds President Trump is drawing it should explain to the bushes and loser chenys..your days of "ruling" the conservatives is over....and any back room meetings will not stop US...MAGA forever!!
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Reply 46 - Posted by: ROLFNader 11/7/2022 12:37:50 PM (No. 1327239)
The enemy of my enemy is also my enemy. Because , you see- I'm s
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Reply 47 - Posted by: Timber Queen 11/7/2022 1:02:37 PM (No. 1327277)
Ron has joined the GOPe. He's a Deep State wolf in MAGA sheepskin. DeSanctimonious is the perfect nickname. Have you seen the ad?
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Reply 48 - Posted by: Freedom1 11/7/2022 1:09:31 PM (No. 1327292)
When there was no outcry from the Mar a Lago break-in, I was very disappointed in RD. That was probably when I realized there may be some contention between the men. In my conspiratorial thinking, RD has been approached by the enemy and somehow convinced that DJT won't be back in office, so he had better ditch him now. And prepare for his own ascendancy (like Liz). Ha ha! The Governorship will be his niche. It will become more clear in the days ahead. Trump has called him out for a reason. Don't kid yourself that it was immature name calling.
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Reply 49 - Posted by: ragu 11/7/2022 6:27:36 PM (No. 1327464)
I'll wait to see how this all plays out, but (IF) DeSantis is seriously chatting with or paying attention to Paul Ryan and Kevin McCarthy, then I'm done with him. Either way, I'm for Trump.
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Reply 50 - Posted by: PCMM 11/7/2022 9:44:48 PM (No. 1327582)
The man is toxic … period. He’s going to put the nation through hell again because he can’t control ANYTHING. He’s the absolute worst at hiring good people and walks around with his head in the clouds. DeSantis is a good man, Trump is not. I’ll be supporting and voting for Trump in 2024, but I wish he wasn’t such a d-bag.
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Former first daughter Ivanka Trump said late Tuesday that she would play no part in her father’s 2024 presidential campaign, one day after The Post reported the former commander-in-chief had pleaded with her to be on stage with him when he announced his run. “I love my father very much. This time around, I am choosing to prioritize my young children and the private life we are creating as a family. I do not plan to be involved in politics,” Ivanka, 41, said in a statement. “While I will always love and support my father, going forward I will do so outside the political arena,” she added.
China Manhandled American Producer at
Biden/Xi Meeting – Biden’s Reaction
Speaks Volumes (Video)
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Posted by Black Conservative Voice 11/15/2022 7:03:15 AM Post Reply
President Joe Biden met Chinese dictator Xi Jinping on Monday in Bali, Indonesia, for their first in-person meeting in five years. Yes, dictator, we tend to forget that this man is a dictator! Footage showed the two presidents greeting one another in front of the international press, posing for photographs inside a conference room before sitting down across from each other with large entourages of interpreters and senior advisers.
GOP Rep. Calvert wins election in competitive
California House seat
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Posted by Black Conservative Voice 11/15/2022 6:16:45 AM Post Reply
The Associated Press projects that GOP Rep. Ken Calvert will defeat his Democratic challenger, Will Rollins, following a competitive race for California's 41st congressional district. This race, considered a must-win for Republicans, pushes the GOP one seat closer to the 218 seats needed to regain a House majority, though control of the House is still up for grabs according to Associated Press race projections. The Republicans currently have 217 seats in GOP control, and there are 13 seats left in play to determine the balance of power in the House.
Pope Francis Threatens Climate ‘Crisis’
While Decrying ‘Prophets of Doom’
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Posted by Black Conservative Voice 11/15/2022 6:03:19 AM Post Reply
ROME — Pope Francis warned of false “prophets of doom” Sunday while simultaneously threatening a looming climate change “crisis” that could wreak untold damage on humanity. The pope sent out a series of mixed messages in his yearly homily for the World Day of the Poor, spreading intense fear of possible climate change disasters yet cautioning against “prophets of doom,” the “sirens of populism,” and self-interested “false messiahs.”
Flashback Video: Fox10 Accidentally Releases
Early Graphic Showing Katie Hobbs Winning
Over 2 Weeks Before The Election - They
Are On Course To Predict The Final Result
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Posted by Black Conservative Voice 11/14/2022 9:38:40 AM Post Reply
A local TV news station in Arizona was caught airing a graphic showing Katie Hobbs, the Democratic nominee for governor, as the winner in her race 12 days out from the midterm elections. Although Fox 10 did not name the specific race it accidentally shared results for, screen-grabs of the newscast circulated on social media showing results for Arizona’s gubernatorial election — which is between Democratic candidate Katie Hobbs and Republican candidate Kari Lake.
Video: Xi, Biden Shake Hands In Bali –
The Body Language Of Xi When They Stopped
Shaking Hands Is Very Telling
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Posted by Black Conservative Voice 11/14/2022 7:19:12 AM Post Reply
US President Joe Biden and Chinese counterpart Xi Jinping shook hands at the start of their high-stakes summit in Bali, Indonesia on Tuesday. Biden and Xi are among the heads of state attending the G20 summit in Bali, Indonesia, from November 15 to 16. Having met multiple times as vice presidents of their respective countries, their meeting on the sidelines of the event is their first in person as leaders. Footage showed the two presidents greeting one another in front of the international press, posing for photographs inside a conference room before sitting down across from each other with large entourages of interpreters and senior advisers.
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McConnell blames midterm failures on MAGA
candidates who ‘frightened voters’
with chaos
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Posted by Imright 11/16/2022 10:58:19 AM Post Reply
Faced with questions about his ability to lead after the midterm election debacle, a defiant Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell deflected blame from his own culpability in the Democrats retaining control of the upper chamber and instead blamed it on public dissatisfaction with MAGA candidates. The embattled McConnell spoke to reporters on Tuesday, defending his dismal performance and the refusal to adequately fund candidates who were endorsed by former and perhaps future President Donald J. Trump such as Blake Masters in Arizona, instead spending money to support RINO Lisa Murkowski in Alaska against her America first opponent, also a Republican.
John Fetterman won't be able to answer
questions in usual way as senator, staffer says
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Posted by NorthernDog 11/16/2022 11:25:43 AM Post Reply
An adviser for Sen.-elect John Fetterman is reminding people that he will not be able to answer questions in the usual way due to health-related conditions. Rebecca Katz, a longtime Fetterman adviser, responded to a HuffPost reporter's tweet, saying that there are "two things we need to get out of the way" as reporters are covering the orientation for new members of Congress. "John Fetterman has a suit and will wear it to the Capitol," Katz tweeted. "He is still recovering from a stroke and has lingering auditory processing challenges. The way Hill reporters are used to yelling questions at
Disney World Hikes Price of Admission
for Second Time This Year amid Impending Layoffs
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Posted by Imright 11/16/2022 7:43:22 PM Post Reply
As it faces an uncertain financial outlook and the prospect of a prolonged recession, the Walt Disney Co. has hiked the price of its admission to its Disney World parks in Orlando, Florida. The price hikes — the second increases in less than. a year — will see the price of admission to the Magic Kingdom soar as high as $189 for peak dates. News of the price increases comes as Disney CEO Bob Chapek recently warned of impending layoffs and hiring freezes as the woke company deals with a weak profitability outlook. Walt Disney World Resort will raise the price of admission to all of its parks –
Pelosi Steps Down from Leadership, Will
Continue Serving in Congress
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Posted by Dreadnought 11/17/2022 1:08:37 PM Post Reply
House Speaker Nancy Pelosi announced Thursday she will step down from her leadership role after two decades in the post. “I will not seek re-election to Democratic leadership in the next Congress,” Pelosi said. The first female speaker added that she will continue to represent the people in San Francisco in the House. The California lawmaker will relinquish her position as head of the Democratic caucus, which she’s held for 19 years, to make way for a “new generation to lead.” With her leadership still in high demand in her party, Pelosi will likely help manage her successor’s transition
Nancy Pelosi, 82, will announce decision
on her future Today: Anti-Squad Hakeem
Jeffries tipped to take Dem House leadership
- amid rumors she will step down from
Congress and hand seat to daughter
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Posted by Imright 11/17/2022 4:14:43 AM Post Reply
With Republicans set to take over the House of Representatives and Democrats slated for leadership elections at the end of the month, outgoing Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi's will tell people her plans on Thursday. Pelosi, 82, announced through a spokesperson that she'll 'address her future plans' later today with speculation already having begun as to whether she'll remain the leader of the Democrats. Rumors have suggested that Pelosi would step down from Congress entirely, potentially leaving her extremely left-leaning district in San Francisco to her daughter Christine.
Pence on Trump 2024: ‘It’s Time for
New Leadership’
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Posted by Imright 11/16/2022 11:46:21 PM Post Reply
Former Vice President Mike Pence said Wednesday during a CNN town hall event that it is time for new leadership when asked about former President Donald Trump’s 2024 presidential run. Pence said, “Let me just say that it was a great honor for me to be part of the Trump/ Pence administration. In four short years, we reviled the economy, unleashed American energy, appointed conservatives to our courts at every level. But in the end, our administration did not end well. And I write about that in my book.
Here Are the Republicans Who Voted Against
McConnell's Leadership Bid
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Posted by Imright 11/16/2022 5:16:04 PM Post Reply
On Wednesday, Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell was overwhelmingly reelected to lead the Republican conference for another two years. The 37-10 vote—which was conducted behind closed doors—comes after an underwhelming midterm election cycle for Republican Senate candidates that opened McConnell up to a challenge from Florida Senator Rick Scott, the head of the National Republican Senate Committee and a longtime rival of McConnell's who has sought to make inroads into Republican leadership for years.
Top Democrat Chuck Schumer says we should
welcome more migrants because the population
is 'not reproducing on its own' - and
wants amnesty for 11 million migrants
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Posted by Imright 11/16/2022 5:08:39 PM Post Reply
Sen. Majority Leader Chuck Schumer made a fresh pitch for amnesty Wednesday when he claimed the U.S. is 'short of workers' so Congress needs to pass a 'path to citizenship' for 'however many undocumented there are here'. 'We're short of workers, we have a population that is not reproducing on its own with the same level that it used to,' the New York Democrat reasoned. 'The only way we're going to have a great future is if we welcome and embrace immigrants… get a path to citizenship for all 11 million or however many there are here.'
Billionaire Jeff Bezos tells families
to not buy new cars and TVs as the US
economy faces recession - while Amazon
gears up to 'fire 10,000 staff this week'
amid crashing sales
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Posted by Imright 11/16/2022 10:39:22 AM Post Reply
Billionaire Jeff Bezos said people can prepare for recession by holding off on buying big-ticket items like TVs and cars as he predicts the US economy may be in contraction by 2023. Americans can 'take risk off the table' by keeping their cash for a rainy day, said the Amazon founder as he outlined his top tips for surviving a recession. Speaking to CNN Business, the entrepreneur said people should hold off on big purchases and keep some 'dry powder' for the future.
Did Mike Pence just announce he's running
for president?
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Posted by Dreadnought 11/16/2022 9:48:41 AM Post Reply
America's #1 cable news channel was the outlet that former vice president Mike Pence chose on Tuesday evening to do everything but formally declare that he will be a candidate for the Republican presidential nomination in 2024. In an extensive live interview with Bret Baier from New York, where he is promoting his political memoir, So Help Me God, published yesterday (including an hour-long town hall on CNN tonight), Pence used the high-profile platform of Fox News to position himself as a sane, moderate, Christian-inspired alternative to President Trump as well as any other candidates among the growing number who plan to challenge President Biden in two years.
Mike Pence: Dan Quayle and Al Gore his
role models, not Trump
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Posted by WhamDBambam 11/16/2022 9:18:39 AM Post Reply
Recalling how former Vice Presidents Al Gore and Dan Quayle fulfilled their roles in certifying elections they lost was much more influential in former Vice President Mike Pence’s ceremonial ending of the 2020 campaign than his boss, former President Donald Trump. In one of several interviews to promote his new book, Pence said he looked to the examples of Quayle and Gore in deciding to certify the election of President Joe Biden and Vice President Kamala Harris on Jan. 6, 2021.
McConnell defeats Scott in last-minute
race for Senate GOP leader
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Posted by vrb8m 11/16/2022 1:52:38 PM Post Reply
Senate Republicans voted Wednesday to elect Sen. Mitch McConnell (R-Ky.) as their leader over National Republican Senatorial Committee Chairman Rick Scott (R-Fla.) who announced his desire to replace McConnell at an acrimonious conference meeting Tuesday. A large majority of GOP senators voted to elect McConnell leader after a motion backed by Sen. Ted Cruz (R-Texas) and other conservatives to delay the leadership election until after the Dec. 6 Georgia runoff failed.
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