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Posted By: Garnet, 2/2/2023 1:50:15 PM

Donald Trump is not stupid. His opponents have always underestimated him because of the colloquial way he talks–sounding vastly different than most people in the highly educated class. Not sounding educated, they assume he isn’t and by extension isn’t smart. But in recent weeks Trump has been acting as if he is stupid, and I have to say I am surprised. Trump has been attacking Ron DeSantis on the COVID lockdown issue, arguing that the governor’s reputation as a freedom fighter is unearned. Trump even implies that DeSantis was something of a COVID fascist, while Trump himself was fighting to reopen the American economy. That is a profoundly stupid line of attack.

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Reply 1 - Posted by: Speedy2 2/2/2023 1:59:36 PM (No. 1393039)
Which one is the real Globalist?
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Reply 2 - Posted by: itsonlyme 2/2/2023 2:09:18 PM (No. 1393049)
Start talking about inflation, interest rates, rising crime, out of control border, "woke" education, etc, etc. You need to start focusing on what matters to people.
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Reply 3 - Posted by: AltaD 2/2/2023 2:22:27 PM (No. 1393063)
Stupid, yes. Uncharacteristic, no. Trump previously insulted Ted Cruz's wife and made wild accusations about Cruz's father. In fact, his attacks on Cruz are why I did not vote for him in the 2016 primary. I did vote for him in the general election in 2016 and again in 2020 but in 2024, I will be voting for Ron DeSantis.
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Reply 4 - Posted by: wilarrbie 2/2/2023 2:26:07 PM (No. 1393067)
Among Trump’s larger flaws is an inherent inability to judge character. And to not let his alligator mouth overload his frog-arse.
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Reply 5 - Posted by: SALady 2/2/2023 2:36:19 PM (No. 1393076)
Trump is being Trump. He calls things exactly as he sees them. He was also a very successful businessman who destroyed many competitors along the way to get there. He has that same perspective in politics -- if he perceives that you are in his way, he will attack you with abandon!!! I like DeSantis, and will gladly support him in 2028 and 2032. But 2024 is Trump's, and he has my full backing and support. He is the only person in America with a thick enough skin and the proven track record of standing up to the Demon-Rats. I truly believe that he is the only person who can undo the incredible damage that the Demon-Rats and Senile Joe bidet have done to this country!!! But right now, DeSantis is a popular Republican governor in what has become a solidly Republican state. He has a very supportive state legislature that will give him pretty much anything he wants. So he looks very strong. Yet that is the same way we all saw George W. Bush not too long ago -- and we all know what a disaster that turned out to be when he ran for president and won. He looked so strong as governor, but when he went to DC and had to face ugly, unrelenting Demon-Rat opposition, he folded like a wet noodle. While I think DeSantis is stronger than Bush, I also think he needs more time as governor to hone his skills. And if he supports Trump in 2024 and doesn't run against him, Trump will reward him with a lot of spotlight time. It's a win/win/win for Trump/Desantis, and most importantly, this republic!!!!!
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Reply 6 - Posted by: govlawyer 2/2/2023 2:41:25 PM (No. 1393077)
deSantis has a group of advisors joined at the hip with the globalists at the Club for Growth....and he's quietly trying to rewrite his Covid "history"; while he did a lot of things that went against the grain of the CDC and the demented garden gnome named Fauci, he's not the saint he's trying to tell us that he is or was. Trump is merely reminding the Gov that he's got to worry and look over his shoulder because Trump is going to remind everyone that deSantis was naked, just like the Emperor.
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Reply 7 - Posted by: seamusm 2/2/2023 2:50:41 PM (No. 1393089)
It is foolish to expect anyone is, and has always been, a perfect man let alone politician. Trump will get the nomination with ease unless he keeps speaking foolishly - which might still be a stretch. But we aren't in this to win just a nomination again. We are desperately in need of winning the whole enchilada, House, Senate, AND Presidency. We won't if in-fighting exposes Republicans as childish and petty. Remember the 11th Commandment - Thou shalt not speak ill of another Republican.
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Reply 8 - Posted by: buckeye1 2/2/2023 2:50:48 PM (No. 1393090)
I ve voted for Trump twice but if he goes down this road with DeSantis he will absolutely lose. Nobody wants to hear this.
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Reply 9 - Posted by: HisHandmaiden 2/2/2023 2:53:09 PM (No. 1393092)
If it’s true that DeSantis has sought RINO support, i e, Club for Growth, et al, he needs to stay where he is, watch, learn, and Let Trump Be Trump! MAGA
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Reply 10 - Posted by: Ida Lou Pino 2/2/2023 2:56:51 PM (No. 1393098)
Very poor judgment by President Trump. He should embrace Governor De Santis - - praise him for being the true freedom conservative and great governor which he is - - and position him as the future of the freedom movement. President Trump's unwarranted criticisms are starting to turn me off.
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Reply 11 - Posted by: DVC 2/2/2023 3:04:34 PM (No. 1393105)
Trump needs to respect DeSantis and compete with him on ideas and keep it clean. These attacks harm Trump far more than DeSantis. And I am a firm Trump supporter.
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Reply 12 - Posted by: DaBigGuy 2/2/2023 3:04:38 PM (No. 1393106)
Trump seems to thrive on conflict so much that he creates it when none exists. Ditto what #2 said. Trump is in his element when he discusses issues. His childish attacks and name calling of actual Republicans only provides endless sound bites for the dishonest media to serve to low-info voters.
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Reply 13 - Posted by: Birddog 2/2/2023 3:14:24 PM (No. 1393112)
DeSantis said he would not run, was not running...received lots of Trump praise. Crawfished, now raising big money, targeting Trump donors, bashing Trump. Of course Trump is going to counter punch. "Some" people are treating this as if it is the final months/weeks before the election, it certainly is not. DeSantis may not even run, and if he does may not officially do so unless Trump bows out. Whatever damage Trump comments do can be repaired with a single joint appearance. All of this is just another in a Looooong line of "OMG! Did you see what Trump did THIS TIME!!!" stories
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Reply 14 - Posted by: BeatleJeff 2/2/2023 3:42:40 PM (No. 1393121)
Never forget that it was Trump and his team who gave us "14 days to flatten the curve," and while DeSantis may have gone along with the plan as did almost the entire country, it was DeSantis leading the charge to reopen when the 14 days had run it's course. Wrong subject for Trump to be attacking DeSantis on. In fact, he shouldn't be attacking DeSantis at all, considering DeSantis isn't attacking him. It's exposing Trump's thin skin, and is beginning to make me think he wants the nom too badly and maybe for the wrong reason (placating his bruised ego after the 2020 theft).
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Reply 15 - Posted by: DanvilleBill 2/2/2023 3:53:59 PM (No. 1393132)
Currently I think we have Trump and Biden running in '24. If George Santos jumps in we'll have ourselves a real 3 ring circus.
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Reply 16 - Posted by: Urgent Fury 2/2/2023 4:01:01 PM (No. 1393134)
This upsets me so much I plan to vote for Joke Biden.
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Reply 17 - Posted by: Northcross 2/2/2023 4:28:00 PM (No. 1393146)
The Trump act is getting very tiresome, but he seems bound and determined to make himself unelectable in 2024.
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Reply 18 - Posted by: judy 2/2/2023 4:44:50 PM (No. 1393159)
How could anyone attack Trump after 25 months of Bidenflation???
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Reply 19 - Posted by: judy 2/2/2023 4:49:05 PM (No. 1393164)
All you Trump haters....CNN has some good programs that fits your ... I hate Trump personality...
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Reply 20 - Posted by: HonestDon 2/2/2023 5:02:26 PM (No. 1393172)
I am PRO-TRUMP, period. I don't think anyone else has what it takes to expose, oppose and FIGHT the swamp. That said, I believe that if the 2024 primary, and general election for that matter, ends up looking like a street fight, Trump will lose. He'll still get my vote, but I don't think he'll carry the majority.
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Reply 21 - Posted by: LC Chihuahua 2/2/2023 5:21:24 PM (No. 1393181)
I really don't care about the name calling. I tune it out. I can decide that for myself. Don't need any help there. I want to hear about policy. Especially economics. Debt will kill the country. In 2016, the final three Republicans were Trump, Cruz, and Kasich, with Trump winning it all. Kasich was a Democrat, and kindly put, Cruz did not catch on to be competitive. It will all depend on who will be the final three in 2024. Watch a few debates and see who rises to the top. Remember, in 2016, before the debates the top contenders to Trump were Scott Walker and Ben Carson. Neither made it through the primaries. Who's the RINO? Neither. Who's the globalist? At this point, neither. Main reason I supported Trump in the primaries was because none of them especially resonated with me. A few looked promising. Did not want a career politician. Was willing to bet on an outsider, so took a chance on Trump. Still don't want a career politician. Still willing to take a chance on an outsider. Also willing to take a chance on someone other than Trump. Provided they show promise. Also willing to stay home if all the choices are terrible.
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Reply 22 - Posted by: sanspeur 2/2/2023 5:46:19 PM (No. 1393197)
look who is behind DeSantis ! Rove ? the mustachioed one , etc . It is a W reunion . Do not for a minute think he is VSGPDJT.2 This is Jebie on steroids . Ok get upset how Trump is reported , miss manners ,cause you can be sure that is accurate , truthful reporting ? Whatever . enjoy bidet #2 with pursed lips cause you will own it
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Reply 23 - Posted by: GustoGrabber 2/2/2023 6:03:02 PM (No. 1393214)
DeSantis cannot win without Trumps support the smarter play would be for DeSantis to do everything necessary to get Trump across the finish line tape and be an active participant to the efforts necessary to turn this ship around drain the swamp and MAGA. Pick a high profile cabinet position from which he can run for 2028. But if he runs as a Trump alternative, he loses AND his future is done. There is no 2028 for him. Which is what Karl Rove and the Bushes and Romneys and McConnells really want. Trump gone, and no one to continue that populist limited government National, not one world, message. If Desantis is Trump 2.0, our resident never Trumpers would never support him. If Desantis wants to be Trump 2.0, and not just a governor who runs a state the way Trump would he should start supporting Trump all out, and he's not, Not even an acknowledgement And Trump is right, his efforts to restart the economy allowed free markets, not government dictates to get this rolling. Big government swampists of the RNC didn't get to whet their beak.
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Reply 24 - Posted by: smokincol 2/2/2023 6:37:28 PM (No. 1393258)
a lot of what our President, Donald J. Trump says and does is unpredictable but "uncharacteristically stupid" ???, not on your life
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Reply 25 - Posted by: Geoman 2/2/2023 7:05:07 PM (No. 1393284)
FTA: "So the attacks won’t work, except as a signal to Trump’s hardcore base that they should dislike DeSantis." This is playing out on this very thread. I've only been a hardcore follower of exactly one politician and even then, I criticized Reagan for the mistakes I saw materialize over time. Regan managed to reverse the country's downward spiral that accelerated during the Carter years. Anyone following Biden, who makes Jimmy Carter seem wise by comparison, will have an equal, if not greater task and alienating potential supporters won't make such a task any easier. As usual, when Trump and Desantis are brought up, I'm especially entertained by the many, many posts over the past few years that DeSantis has ONLY been a governor for too short a period of time, so he must get more political seasoning before running for president. Those pushing that sentiment never address Trump's lack of governing experience but they do tout his business acumen, of which he has plenty; however, government exists primarily because of market failure, so its ways and means are vastly different. Even so, business principles may be successfully applied in governing, a big part of Trump's success in office. There is a lot to admire about Trump but the same goes for DeSantis, albeit in different ways. Ideally, neither one should be taking pot-shots at the other. Emerging communists, including those embedded in our legacy media, will do enough of that.
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Reply 26 - Posted by: buckeye1 2/2/2023 7:20:06 PM (No. 1393295)
Nobody here has said that they hate Trump.
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Reply 27 - Posted by: Frederic F. Frew 2/2/2023 8:05:27 PM (No. 1393315)
A guy who was a registered Democrat until 2009 and bragged about his pro-abortion credentials calls someone else a RINO, and people on here say, "Yep, yep, that's right."
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Reply 28 - Posted by: Kate318 2/2/2023 9:16:20 PM (No. 1393354)
Very, very true, #15, and a valid point. However, if we remember back to the spring of 2020, the entire world had literally lost it’s mind and the Deep State and Global Cabal we’re riding high on creating unimaginable fear and panic. Even the coolest of heads and calmest of skeptics succumbed. As other countries were jumping on draconian policies immediately, Trump held for a little while. He also was the first to call for an end to any flights from China, much to howling of said state and cabal. We now know why, as they wanted the spread to happen. He also demanded that the first cruise ship be quarantined and his own Deputy Secretary of State countermanded him. He was undermined at every.single.turn. Once we were shut down, against the advice of his treacherous CDC, he opened after only 2 weeks, as other countries continued to cower. He realized what damage a shut down was doing and almost immediately (relatively speaking) reversed course. So yes, he was not God in this situation, and he did allow himself to be sold on the vaccines, which we now know we’re years in the planning and just waiting for the chance to detonate. So yes, I do agree with you, but we were all caught up in the greatest global crime ever committed against humanity.
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Reply 29 - Posted by: Harlowe 2/3/2023 12:05:29 AM (No. 1393437)
Lest anyone forget, Rush Limbaugh was the victim of illicit software activism by a small number of people (ten-plus) threatening his sponsors that they would not shop at businesses advertising Rush Limbaugh. In 2014, Rush’s experts were able to discover the people involved as well as the individual founding the group from Media Matters for America. Rush’s experts identified ten of the top activists who were sending tens of thousands of tweets and other messages with one click. In a 24-day period, almost 70% of the targeted sources came from ten Twitter accounts. The purpose of calling attention to the “Stop Rush Conspiracy” is to suggest that it is time to be mindful of politically motivated anti-Trump activists inundating this salon with a variety of negativity aimed at President Trump.
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Reply 30 - Posted by: ARKfamily 2/3/2023 6:18:48 AM (No. 1393516)
As I said yesterday in another article like this one, it concerns me that Trump is playing the game or strategy "Whack-A-Mole" with every Republican rival. It is not flattering. I think #2 makes valid points. Stick to the issues not personalities.
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Reply 31 - Posted by: GustoGrabber 2/3/2023 7:04:52 AM (No. 1393535)
Game ball xxxiii!
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Reply 32 - Posted by: chance_232 2/3/2023 9:33:27 AM (No. 1393709)
This is the exact behavior that I don't like about Trump. DeSantis has been and is an excellent governor. You will notice that Trump hasn't gone after DeSantis on any policy issues. He's gone after him with smearing and name calling. Also, Trump drew first blood. Precisely because DeSantis "could" get in the way of Trump's coronation. I hear, DeSantis should sit out 2024 and "let" Trump have it and then he can run in 2028 with Trump's support. Seriously??? Trump has been bashing DeSantis and we are supposed to believe that he's had a change of heart later? Trump is owed nothing. He needs to WIN the nomination, not have it handed to him. That he expects it to be handed to him, makes him no better than Hillary in this regard. Whoever runs. Needs to convince me, that he or she is the best person for the job today.
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Reply 33 - Posted by: GustoGrabber 2/3/2023 11:47:18 AM (No. 1393825)
Seems to me you did the EXACT same thing when you were promoting Romney back in the day Or defending the Bushes, promoting Jeb! and Jorge. Or when you were telling us all to clear a path so Ms. Cheney could take a Senate Seat in Wyoming. Hacks gotta hack.
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China's naval fleet is growing and the
US 'can't keep up' with the warship buildup
as Beijing uses its sea power to project
an 'increasingly aggressive military posture
globally,' Navy Secretary warns
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Posted by Imright 2/23/2023 4:46:59 AM Post Reply
The US Secretary of the Navy has raised the alarm that China's naval fleet surpasses America's in number of ships, and is growing faster than the US has current capacity to match.  'It is no secret that the People's Republic of China seeks to upend our dominance on the oceans across the globe,' said Navy Secretary Carlos Del Toro in remarks at the National Press Club in Washington DC on Wednesday. Del Toro said that China's navy has recently added over one hundred combatants to its fleet, calling it 'a naval buildup that is a key component of its increasingly aggressive military posture globally.'
Chinese Spy Lover Eric Swalwell Proposes
Bill to Ban Trump From U.S. Capitol
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Posted by ladydawgfan 2/23/2023 8:52:11 PM Post Reply
Rep. Eric Swalwell (D-Calif), who was kicked off the House Select Committee on Intelligence because of his years-long affair with a Chinese spy, is trying to stay in the headlines by proposing a plan to keep former President Trump out of the Capitol. The bill, introduced by Rep. Nikema Williams (D-GA), would permanently bar Trump and several top aides from the Capitol because of their attempt to "undermine and overturn the 2020 presidential election." The proposal asks the House and Senate Sergeant at Arms and the U.S. Capitol Police to take "such actions as may be necessary" to keep Trump from entering the halls of Congress forever.
Giggly GA jury forewoman rushes to media
to discuss Trump trial
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Posted by Imright 2/23/2023 4:16:43 AM Post Reply
After a nearly eight-month investigation, a Fulton County special grand jury recommended on Tuesday that multiple people be indicted for allegedly interfering with Georgia’s 2020 presidential elections, and the national media had Donald Trump on their collection brain. The jury forewoman, Emily Kohrs, was a sudden media darling over the possibility of Trump being among those being indicted and she was downright giddy over all the attention she was getting, but her explanation of why she wanted to hear from the former president was enough to give one pause, regardless of their political affiliation. “I wanted to hear from the former president, but honestly I kinda wanted to subpoena the former president
Black Panther communist Angela Davis -
who teaches that U.S. was built by racist
colonizers - faces calls to pay reparations
after genealogy show reveals her white
puritan ancestor arrived in America on
the Mayflower
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Posted by Imright 2/23/2023 6:47:19 PM Post Reply
A famed Black Panther who's also a communist has faced calls to pay reparations after discovering her ancestors were white puritans who arrived in the US on the Mayflower. Angela Davis, 79, was flabbergasted to discover both sides of her family were white, and that her mom's ancestors were slave owners, on PBS show Finding Your Roots. And the stunning revelations sparked calls for the famously woke Marxist University of California professor to herself pay reparations, having previously called on whites to pony-up in the past.  Sharing a tweet about the show, conservative pundit Matt Walsh wrote: 'It gets better. She's also descended from a slave owner.
Family of Malcolm X to Seek $100M from
CIA, FBI, NYPD over His Assassination
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Posted by Black Conservative Voice 2/24/2023 6:56:12 AM Post Reply
Malcolm X’s family announced on Tuesday — the 58th anniversary of his assassination on February 21, 1965 — their plan to sue the CIA, FBI, New York Police Department (NYPD), and other institutions “for their handling” of his murder. Benjamin Crump — an attorney known for his involvement with deaths focused on by news media, such as those of Trayvon Martin, Michael Brown, and George Floyd — joined two of Malcolm X’s daughters for a livestreamed announcement of the family’s planned lawsuit.
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