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Re: Tucker Carlson: Trump may lose this election
« Reply #25 on: June 26, 2020, 03:24:59 PM »
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An observation/opinion.
Some 25% of the electorate will support Trump no matter what because he entertains them;
their only motivation.

And about the same simply and mindlessly pullin for the Big Rhinestone 'R'

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Re: Tucker Carlson: Trump may lose this election
« Reply #26 on: June 26, 2020, 03:31:08 PM »

   I am more inclined to bet that these suburban women just want the person who best offers them a chance at less daily drama. There is not a soul on the planet that believes Trump's forte is being a healing, unifying, soothing presence. They know Trump offers 4 more years of division, drama, and impetuousness. Good luck getting them to knowingly sign up for that.

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Re: Tucker Carlson: Trump may lose this election
« Reply #27 on: June 26, 2020, 03:48:44 PM »
May their chains set lightly upon them.

Sam Adams! If that violent, property-destroying, anti-authority rabble-rouser was alive today, would he be down for the Antifa cause? :pondering:
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Re: Tucker Carlson: Trump may lose this election
« Reply #28 on: June 26, 2020, 03:51:36 PM »
Sam Adams! If that violent, property-destroying, anti-authority rabble-rouser was alive today, would he be down for the Antifa cause? :pondering:

Aw hell no. And I oughta know - I drink his beer.

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Re: Tucker Carlson: Trump may lose this election
« Reply #29 on: June 26, 2020, 06:03:34 PM »
To me that made it worse than if he'd said nothing at all...

Battleship mouth and a rowboat ass....



How many times has Trump blustered and bloviated "watch out!" on a Twitter rampage, then followed by inaction. The White House, the People's House, has been under physical attack for weeks, and what has Trump done? Sadly, he's done nothing.

IMO, his one remaining hope is that Biden demonstrates his early onset dementia in the first debate, for all to see.



As for my household, our strategy is simple:

For the first time ever, we have a weapon for self defense in our house, with probably more to come. Somebody wants to torch the American flag flying from my house, they'll pay the price.

We'll be working to elect Beth Van Duyne to Congress, over a Democrat who does not live in our congressional district.
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Re: Tucker Carlson: Trump may lose this election
« Reply #30 on: June 26, 2020, 06:08:35 PM »
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An observation/opinion.
Some 25% of the electorate will support Trump no matter what because he entertains them;
their only motivation.

I'd say it's a bit higher, 33-35%. IMO, when Trump bullies people on Twitter, simply turns people off. A good chunk of the American public can't stand a bully. Why the most powerful man in the world has to engage in Twitter battles with virtual nobodies makes no sense to me.
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Re: Tucker Carlson: Trump may lose this election
« Reply #31 on: June 26, 2020, 06:12:17 PM »
I'd say it's a bit higher, 33-35%. IMO, when Trump bullies people on Twitter, simply turns people off. A good chunk of the American public can't stand a bully. Why the most powerful man in the world has to engage in Twitter battles with virtual nobodies makes no sense to me.

Versus a blithering drooling pedophile suffering from dementia?  Still a pretty easy choice for me.
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Re: Tucker Carlson: Trump may lose this election
« Reply #32 on: June 26, 2020, 06:41:32 PM »
Versus a blithering drooling pedophile suffering from dementia?  Still a pretty easy choice for me.

Your vote was never in doubt, catfish. Trump had you at "hello". I consider you one of the 35%, and I don't say that pejoratively.
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Re: Tucker Carlson: Trump may lose this election
« Reply #33 on: June 26, 2020, 06:56:06 PM »
Your vote was never in doubt, catfish. Trump had you at "hello". I consider you one of the 35%, and I don't say that pejoratively.

You obviously don't know me very well and are not familar at all with my posting history.  You got it all wrong.
Since my start at TBR, and even furhter back at TOS, I have been highly critical of DJT many many times.  Maybe one of THE MOST critical here. 

I don't like the guy, but we aren't electing a friend.  But OTOH, the alternative is an enemy who will grease the skids of socialism.    That's your choice.
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Re: Tucker Carlson: Trump may lose this election
« Reply #34 on: June 26, 2020, 07:00:12 PM »
I'd say it's a bit higher, 33-35%. IMO, when Trump bullies people on Twitter, simply turns people off. A good chunk of the American public can't stand a bully. Why the most powerful man in the world has to engage in Twitter battles with virtual nobodies makes no sense to me.

Or push debunked conspiracy theories when his feelings get hurt
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Re: Tucker Carlson: Trump may lose this election
« Reply #35 on: June 26, 2020, 07:00:36 PM »
I’m watching Trumps townhall now. He says they’ve arrested many in connection with these acts of vandalism.

That's true ... but the leftists are bailing them out or letting them out without any bail.  Arrested many -- that's quite a broad claim -- would that be 10%, 20% 80% or .... a handful?
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Re: Tucker Carlson: Trump may lose this election
« Reply #36 on: June 26, 2020, 07:00:39 PM »

Generalizing on the concept, if government :

(a) refuses to protect the territorial integrity of the country by securing the border;
(b) refuses to maintain basic law and order in the streets of the country's major cities;
(c) fails to protect historically and culturally significant locations and monuments on public land

then why do we need government?


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We don't. In FACT,we are already without a government in a sense.

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Surely the preservation of order and national identity are government's most fundamental functions.

No. The preservation of individual freedoms and the protection of our way of life by preserving the Bill of Rights are the fundamental reason we have a government.

Currently,neither seems to be happening,and it is the DNC's fault,not Trumps.

IF Trump were to respond to this now,the media would tag him as a fascist trying to preserve slavery,etc,etc,etc. The deck is stacked,and there is nothing he can do about it because he is really fighting the globalists hiding behind the Dims,and no matter what he did,any deaths and destruction would be blamed on him.

The left has been planning this and working towards it for nearly a century,and Trump is the new guy having to deal with the legacy of weak RINO and Dim presidents.

The only hope is the left pushes too hard,and gives him not only legal justification to step in and crush them,but he ends up having the backing of Steve and Sara Sushi,also.

And I really do think they are so arrogant at this point they will stop even pretending they are pro-American before the elections happen.

BUT......,IF the Dims get mail in ballots,America is over. Might as well grab your rifles and start marching on DC the day Biden/Hillary is sworn it because if you don't,your friendly neighborhood police will start confiscating them the next day,and telling you that you now need police permission to travel further than 10 miles from home,and a permit to prove it.

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Perhaps it's time for the rest of us to make clear to our elected leaders what we require of them, and what could be the consequences if they fail to meet those requirements.  And I don't mean merely that they might not be re-elected.  I mean that we simply will no longer comply.  If anarchists will not be subject to law, then why should we submit ourselves to it?


There it is!
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Re: Tucker Carlson: Trump may lose this election
« Reply #37 on: June 26, 2020, 07:05:44 PM »
I mean that we simply will no longer comply.  If anarchists will not be subject to law, then why should we submit ourselves to it?

This is coming. And they will attempt to clamp down on passive resisters a lot stronger than those who are rioting. But you can't arrest the whole country
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Re: Tucker Carlson: Trump may lose this election
« Reply #38 on: June 26, 2020, 07:05:45 PM »
   
   I am more inclined to bet that these suburban women just want the person who best offers them a chance at less daily drama.

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Say WHAT? WOMEN want LESS drama?

What planet in what solar system do these women come from?
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Re: Tucker Carlson: Trump may lose this election
« Reply #39 on: June 26, 2020, 07:10:23 PM »
These issues are tailor made for the GOP to win big. You have Democratic governors feeling their oats and putting unconstitutional mandates on their citizens over C19 and you have out of control riots and rising crime in Democratic Party run cities. Yet, nothing from the GOP but bowing and blustering

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Re: Tucker Carlson: Trump may lose this election
« Reply #40 on: June 26, 2020, 07:24:02 PM »


@HoustonSam

We don't. In FACT,we are already without a government in a sense.

No. The preservation of individual freedoms and the protection of our way of life by preserving the Bill of Rights are the fundamental reason we have a government.

Currently,neither seems to be happening,and it is the DNC's fault,not Trumps.

IF Trump were to respond to this now,the media would tag him as a fascist trying to preserve slavery,etc,etc,etc. The deck is stacked,and there is nothing he can do about it because he is really fighting the globalists hiding behind the Dims,and no matter what he did,any deaths and destruction would be blamed on him.

The left has been planning this and working towards it for nearly a century,and Trump is the new guy having to deal with the legacy of weak RINO and Dim presidents.

The only hope is the left pushes too hard,and gives him not only legal justification to step in and crush them,but he ends up having the backing of Steve and Sara Sushi,also.

And I really do think they are so arrogant at this point they will stop even pretending they are pro-American before the elections happen.

BUT......,IF the Dims get mail in ballots,America is over. Might as well grab your rifles and start marching on DC the day Biden/Hillary is sworn it because if you don't,your friendly neighborhood police will start confiscating them the next day,and telling you that you now need police permission to travel further than 10 miles from home,and a permit to prove it.


There it is!

IF... IF... IF .... Trump acted the left would call him ....blah...blah... blah....he would lose support....blah...blah... etc.  I'm sorry, that's a sorry excuse. He has the full authority under the Insurrection Act to put a halt to all of this. The first time he made a declaration that he would act he should have done so.  Now, the problem is growing along with their demands.

Our Republic IS under assault .  There is no gray area here. These aren't your ordinary blacks grieving over Floyd anymore. These are dangerous radicals with an agenda to topple and over throw our country and no one is doing a damn thing.  535 members of Congress, our President, our governors, our mayors, our city officials for the most part sit idly by and allow the anarchists to continue.

It seems to me that there are DEMS who aren't enjoying watching their country destroyed either -- these are the people that may be more inclined to vote for Trump if he were to get things under control rather than voting for Sloe Joe.  The longer Trump waits the weaker and more incompetent he appears and they are more likely to continue to believe the lies and deceit that the left has been handing them since Trump took office.

BLM/Antifa and other Soros funded organizations aren't just a passing fad they are here to stay and they plan to destroy and overtake.  They are succeeding.
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Re: Tucker Carlson: Trump may lose this election
« Reply #41 on: June 26, 2020, 07:27:59 PM »
Just as a side note.  Many of Tucker Carlson's advertisers have abandoned him in his quest to share the truth.

if you can,  patronize the remaining ones, and encourage other companies to join.   
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Re: Tucker Carlson: Trump may lose this election
« Reply #42 on: June 26, 2020, 07:33:22 PM »
These issues are tailor made for the GOP to win big. You have Democratic governors feeling their oats and putting unconstitutional mandates on their citizens over C19 and you have out of control riots and rising crime in Democratic Party run cities. Yet, nothing from the GOP but bowing and blustering

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Timing is everything,Obi Wan.

These issues are tailor made for the GOP to win big. You have Democratic governors feeling their oats and putting unconstitutional mandates on their citizens over C19 and you have out of control riots and rising crime in Democratic Party run cities. Yet, nothing from the GOP but bowing and blustering

@LMAO

Timing is everything,Obi Wan.

Today,for example,is the first time I have ever seen citizens fighting back against the "empowered" left. It happened with His and Her Panics were trying to take down a statue of Columbus,and one of the attacked a old man and beat him on the head with his loudspeaker.  If it hadn't been for him running and cowering behind the cops,he would have received a serious beatdown.
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Re: Tucker Carlson: Trump may lose this election
« Reply #43 on: June 26, 2020, 07:59:14 PM »
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IF... IF... IF .... Trump acted the left would call him ....blah...blah... blah....he would lose support....blah...blah... etc.  I'm sorry, that's a sorry excuse. He has the full authority under the Insurrection Act to put a halt to all of this.


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Blah,blah,blah,right back at you. Having the AUTHORITY is NOT the same thing as having THE APPROVAL of the voters,and in case you haven't heard,there is an election coming up.

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The first time he made a declaration that he would act he should have done so.  Now, the problem is growing along with their demands.

I am guessing you think giving them enough rope to hang themselves is a bad strategy to follow?

IF he were to have done as you and several others here want,and sicced the army on them at first riot,
the media and the left would be SUCCESSFULLY portraying him as a power mad Nazi that tried to restrict the right to peaceful protest.

This whole "peaceful protest" excuse gets lamer and lamer with each day that passes,and it won't be long before mayors and local news crews start demanding "Trump do something to stop the riots,property damage,and violence!"

When this starts happening,and it will,Trump can crack down on them and most of today's "undecided voters" will no longer be undecided,and he will win re-election.  I suspect it will be "no more Mr.Nice Guy" once he is re-elected,and he is going to hammer the hell out of the left with the full approval of everyone that is not a dedicated leftie activist.


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Our Republic IS under assault .  There is no gray area here. These aren't your ordinary blacks grieving over Floyd anymore. These are dangerous radicals with an agenda to topple and over throw our country and no one is doing a damn thing.  535 members of Congress, our President, our governors, our mayors, our city officials for the most part sit idly by and allow the anarchists to continue.

Yes,and to get public approval to stomp them out of existence we need to wait until  it gets to the point where local authorities are starting to fight back and DEMANDING federal help. ANYTHING that happens before that will be seen as a negative by the "undecided voters" that end up deciding every election.

Pay attention here,because this part is important. The timing MUST be right because if it isn't the left will take over and we will never again even have a public election.

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It seems to me that there are DEMS who aren't enjoying watching their country destroyed either -- these are the people that may be more inclined to vote for Trump if he were to get things under control rather than voting for Sloe Joe.


Yup,and Trump will NOT get their support if he strikes too early,and the left gets the chance and the time to play the "Victum card".

We need to have these people PAST the "aren't enjoying" stage and get to the "Off with their freaking heads!" stage,and THEN strike.

   
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The longer Trump waits the weaker and more incompetent he appears and they are more likely to continue to believe the lies and deceit that the left has been handing them since Trump took office.

Only to those with child-like impatience. Just think of how excited these people are going to be when he DOES drop the hammer.

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BLM/Antifa and other Soros funded organizations aren't just a passing fad they are here to stay and they plan to destroy and overtake.  They are succeeding.

Really? Does Trump seem like a forgiving guy to you? Seriously?

If he bides his time and strikes at the right moment,he will be able to take out Soros and his pals with the full approval and backing of the voters.

What you and others seem to fail to realize is that no matter how evil and organized the Dims/Soros/WorldWideGovernment,Inc seems to be to thee and me,the typical undecided voter doesn't have a freaking clue they even exist. And won't believe you if you try to tell them.

To get them on the same bandwagon as the rest of us,it is first necessary to get them to expose the true goals and nature of Soros and his lackeys to the general public. Do that,and we win BIG-TIME.
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Re: Tucker Carlson: Trump may lose this election
« Reply #44 on: June 26, 2020, 08:25:57 PM »
How many times has Trump blustered and bloviated "watch out!" on a Twitter rampage, then followed by inaction. The White House, the People's House, has been under physical attack for weeks, and what has Trump done? Sadly, he's done nothing.


I honestly think he says all kinds of crap on all sides of every issue, and folks just remember what they want to...

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IMO, his one remaining hope is that Biden demonstrates his early onset dementia in the first debate, for all to see.

Six of one, half dozen of the other...  :shrug: :whistle:


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As for my household, our strategy is simple:

For the first time ever, we have a weapon for self defense in our house, with probably more to come. Somebody wants to torch the American flag flying from my house, they'll pay the price.


Well, I ain't got that problem. I got plenty here, and everything I have here is duplicated in to more places back in the sticks.

Not made for home defense, nor gunning folks down... just part of the nature of living out here, for hunting, protection in the woods, and protecting critters from predators. But what I got will do, and I know how plenty.

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We'll be working to elect Beth Van Duyne to Congress, over a Democrat who does not live in our congressional district.

Good on ya. That's Texas, right? Man I hope you ain't in a big town... That's what I would be worried about... Even here, There's something like 40k in town, and maybe 70k total in the valley, and I ain't no where near far enough out if shit goes sideways.

I got 20 acres of woods now,  5 miles out, off the blacktop, 10 miles of gravel, 2 miles of two-track to get there.... If push comes to shove, I can make do out there. Got some outfitters tents and working on a cabin soon. Cellar and a barn, and I can make it work. That's where I am going.

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Re: Tucker Carlson: Trump may lose this election
« Reply #45 on: June 26, 2020, 08:48:08 PM »
catfish wrote:
"I don't like the guy, but we aren't electing a friend.  But OTOH, the alternative is an enemy who will grease the skids of socialism. That's your choice."

At the very least you are a rational realist. That's a good thing.

But you're missing something important, and it's vital that every member of this forum understand this:
It's not "socialism" that they're pushing for.
What did Mr. Lenin say... about "socialism" as a "goal"?

In any case, I will offer this again before the forum, and mark my words:
"After Trump.... the deluge."

A Fishrrman prediction:
5-10 years down the road from the democrat-communist takeover, I predict most folks on the right will be wishin for an American Pinochet to appear, and lead the country through "a Chilean solution". When all is said and done, nothing less than that may be required to cleanse us of the scourge of the left.
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Re: Tucker Carlson: Trump may lose this election
« Reply #46 on: June 26, 2020, 08:51:54 PM »
catfish wrote:
"I don't like the guy, but we aren't electing a friend.  But OTOH, the alternative is an enemy who will grease the skids of socialism. That's your choice."

At the very least you are a rational realist. That's a good thing.

But you're missing something important, and it's vital that every member of this forum understand this:
It's not "socialism" that they're pushing for.
What did Mr. Lenin say... about "socialism" as a "goal"?

In any case, I will offer this again before the forum, and mark my words:
"After Trump.... the deluge."

This could already be the "after Trump" ... not exactly a stellar year end performance....just sayin'
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Re: Tucker Carlson: Trump may lose this election
« Reply #47 on: June 26, 2020, 08:56:17 PM »
You obviously don't know me very well and are not familar at all with my posting history.  You got it all wrong.
Since my start at TBR, and even furhter back at TOS, I have been highly critical of DJT many many times.  Maybe one of THE MOST critical here. 

I don't like the guy, but we aren't electing a friend.  But OTOH, the alternative is an enemy who will grease the skids of socialism.    That's your choice.

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Re: Tucker Carlson: Trump may lose this election
« Reply #48 on: June 26, 2020, 09:40:12 PM »


@libertybele

Blah,blah,blah,right back at you. Having the AUTHORITY is NOT the same thing as having THE APPROVAL of the voters,and in case you haven't heard,there is an election coming up.

I am guessing you think giving them enough rope to hang themselves is a bad strategy to follow?

IF he were to have done as you and several others here want,and sicced the army on them at first riot,
the media and the left would be SUCCESSFULLY portraying him as a power mad Nazi that tried to restrict the right to peaceful protest.

This whole "peaceful protest" excuse gets lamer and lamer with each day that passes,and it won't be long before mayors and local news crews start demanding "Trump do something to stop the riots,property damage,and violence!"

When this starts happening,and it will,Trump can crack down on them and most of today's "undecided voters" will no longer be undecided,and he will win re-election.  I suspect it will be "no more Mr.Nice Guy" once he is re-elected,and he is going to hammer the hell out of the left with the full approval of everyone that is not a dedicated leftie activist.


Yes,and to get public approval to stomp them out of existence we need to wait until  it gets to the point where local authorities are starting to fight back and DEMANDING federal help. ANYTHING that happens before that will be seen as a negative by the "undecided voters" that end up deciding every election.

Pay attention here,because this part is important. The timing MUST be right because if it isn't the left will take over and we will never again even have a public election.
 

Yup,and Trump will NOT get their support if he strikes too early,and the left gets the chance and the time to play the "Victum card".

We need to have these people PAST the "aren't enjoying" stage and get to the "Off with their freaking heads!" stage,and THEN strike.

   
Only to those with child-like impatience. Just think of how excited these people are going to be when he DOES drop the hammer.

Really? Does Trump seem like a forgiving guy to you? Seriously?

If he bides his time and strikes at the right moment,he will be able to take out Soros and his pals with the full approval and backing of the voters.

What you and others seem to fail to realize is that no matter how evil and organized the Dims/Soros/WorldWideGovernment,Inc seems to be to thee and me,the typical undecided voter doesn't have a freaking clue they even exist. And won't believe you if you try to tell them.

To get them on the same bandwagon as the rest of us,it is first necessary to get them to expose the true goals and nature of Soros and his lackeys to the general public. Do that,and we win BIG-TIME.

@sneakypete  you and others continue to assume that everything hinges on the election. It really doesn't at this point. I'm looking at things from a different perspective.  Just looking back at the Trump rally that took place a few days ago -- the anarchists succeeded in preventing his supporters from attending.  What would make anyone think that they won't show up at the polls and prevent Trump's supporters from voting??  What would then make anyone think that, because of the continued violence and mayhem that the DEMS won't demand mail-in or on-line voting?   If either of those scenarios prevail, Trump will likely lose due to fraud and corruption alone.  Soros' influence isn't just limited to the U.S...his pockets run deep and he has connections and controls companies all over the world. 

I don't see that there is any "magic moment" that Trump is waiting for.  I think he realizes that he blew his chance.  He showed a lot of guts walking across the street to St. John's and held the Bible and made comments about utilizing the military.  The opposition didn't blink.  Not for a second.  They continued on. Trump did nothing. They've already called his bluff.  He's already shown that he's not willing to go ahead and utilize his authority, nor has any governor asked for his assistance.  These aren't your every day thugs; they've been calculating this movement for a long time...they struck at their "magic moment"....Trump's magic moment came and went.  They know it and so does he.

Our President, 535 members of Congress, governors, and other elected officials haven't done much ... do you really think all of them are going to have some kind of epiphany all of a sudden and take care of this mess and then business as usual and off to the ballot boxes?  I don't think so.



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Re: Tucker Carlson: Trump may lose this election
« Reply #49 on: June 26, 2020, 10:04:03 PM »
@sneakypete  you and others continue to assume that everything hinges on the election.

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Only because it does. If the Dims take the WH,America is over.
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