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    Over half of Republican voters believe bonkers notion that sham audits could change the 2020 outcome

    https://www.dailykos.com/stories/2035628







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    It was the police who shot that unarmed woman to death, bouts. We ain't forgettin' this,,,

    - ",,,if that's what you're thinkin'. This is big time, baby."

    - "Ace" - "Stand by Me"
    She earned the consequences. Breaking into a secure area of the US capitol was a choice. She was warned and failed to heed lawful warnings and commands.

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    She earned the consequences. Breaking into a secure area of the US capitol was a choice. She was warned and failed to heed lawful warnings and commands.
    She was unarmed on a B&E and that cop shot her to death.

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    She was unarmed on a B&E and that cop shot her to death.
    Yep.


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    After Minneapolis I can live with it now. You're offin' the hook, Winester.

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    Texas policing the border and Missouri presuming it can preempt federal gun laws are sequelae to the Jan 6th Capitol riot, which aimed at nullification of a federal election.

    The longstanding GOP trope of all governance led by the Democratic party being illegitimate leads naturally to nullification.


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    Texas policing the border and Missouri presuming it can preempt federal gun laws are sequelae to the Jan 6th Capitol riot, which aimed at nullification of a federal election.

    The longstanding GOP trope of all governance led by the Democratic party being illegitimate leads naturally to nullification.

    Stand fast in the ranks, MO..

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    Texas policing the border and Missouri presuming it can preempt federal gun laws are sequelae to the Jan 6th Capitol riot, which aimed at nullification of a federal election.

    The longstanding GOP trope of all governance led by the Democratic party being illegitimate leads naturally to nullification.

    It's part of the Confederacy butthurt as well.

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    It's part of the Confederacy butthurt as well.
    Never abated, tbh. Parts of East Texas still vote for Democrats locally because they're still buttsore about the Civil War and activist Republican government in the 19th century.

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    We asked Republicans to explain Critical Race Theory—they couldn’t

    Do they actually know what they are talking about?




    when the Daily Dot asked Republicans for a definition of Critical Race Theory,

    they were less unified in their understanding of it.

    They were hardly even coherent in their understanding of it.

    Rep. Mo Brooks (R-Ala.) told the Daily Dot that Critical Race Theory is “different things to different people but the bottom line is that

    it is a distorted view of racism.”

    Asked how Critical Race Theory distorts racism, Brooks said, “by trying to turn it into a positive when it is a negative.

    Most Republicans were unwilling to even offer a definition,

    Sen. Rand Paul (R-Ky.) and Sen. Tom Cotton (R-Ark.) both refused to give any answers.

    Sen. Rick Scott (R-Fla.) of Florida told the Daily Dot, “there’s a lot of people that have a lot of different definitions.” Asked for the Senate Republicans’ definition of Critical Race Theory, Scott said,

    “I don’t think the Republican caucus has a definition.”


    In early June, Scott introduced a resolution on Critical Race Theory which

    defines the theory as “an academic concept based on the belief that

    racism is embedded in American society,

    highlighting the differences between Americans

    instead of the
    many commonalities that unite them.”

    But when asked what the definition of Critical Race Theory might be in upcoming legislation from Republicans, Scott told the Daily Dot,

    “I’ll reveal when it comes.”

    Sen. Marsha Blackburn (R-Tenn.), who signed onto Scott’s resolution, refused to answer when asked for her definition of Critical Race Theory.


    https://www.dailydot.com/debug/criti...y-republicans/

    CRT, socialism, etc. just buzzwords to trigger their stupid, ignorant 74M MAGAtt cult mob




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    not even a throwaway reference to voters or the importance of Republican ideas and policies, just "we control redistricting, so we'll win back the House"


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    Over half of Republican voters believe bonkers notion that sham audits could change the 2020 outcome

    https://www.dailykos.com/stories/2035628






    so it is not an exaggeration when we say that republicans are mostly stupid.

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    the present of the Republican party, calling Mike Pence a traitor for doing his duty.


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    the present of the Republican party, calling Mike Pence a traitor for doing his duty.

    He was always dicey, Winester. I didn't trust him any further that I could pick him up and toss him. He was never fully vested, just like that Mad Dog guy wasn't. That's fine, if you ain't fully on board; get up, gather your and let's go, you're on your way. That was my constant advice to the old man:::"Don't waste your time on people who are not 100% and wholly vested in what you want. This is your party. This is the time when you can have it all your way. Don't cheat yourself out of this moment because it ain't comin' back this way again." Or, words to that affect thru the Twitter.

    Most of these people were career politicians and thus limited. Christie out of NJ. He's in, he's out, he's in, he's out. Finally ends up over on CNN selling the old man out because he got COVID got scared out of his wits and wanted to get right with Jesus. Dollars to donuts, Winester, he'll come back crawlin' to the the old some day and Trump will take him back like's he done numerous times. Same with the Mooch. He's only mad at the old man because he showed his ass when he had that plum job and the old man had no choice but to be run him off. He was crazy running around there, the poor thing. He stills talks about those 11 days. He's living in regret and will to the grave. Now he's over on CNN and the s over there make fun of him, sideway smiles, looking down their noses at him, smiling at each other, then chuckling toward each other. I know that old act by heart, my mother-in-law did it to me for years, that in' ...but I digress...The Mooch too will take the pilgrimage down to Florida and want back in. The old man will take him back because that's the old man. He's got a big heart.

    Am I gettin' thru to ya, big fella?

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    You're bitter because you lost the monetarily enforced mandate, Winester. That was the kicker, the holy of holys that face race hustler Hussein set in there to punish the opposition. The .

    Buh, bye.

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    You're bitter because you lost the monetarily enforced mandate, Winester. That was the kicker, the holy of holys that face race hustler Hussein set in there to punish the opposition. The .

    Buh, bye.
    and you say I'm on the sauce.

    total incoherence.

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    and you say I'm on the sauce.

    total incoherence.

    And you agreed with me. In response I told you:
    "I don't use the stuff."

    The old man may have went first, perhaps not, but one us preceded the other...

    "Why don't you drink alcohol, Mr. President/Dale?"
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    "I didn't want to start, that way I didn't have to stop."

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    so it is not an exaggeration when we say that republicans are mostly stupid.
    Over half of Republican voters believe bonkers notion that sham audits could change the 2020 outcome

    https://www.dailykos.com/stories/2035628
    Not entirely culted out re s. Hope exists.

    Michigan Republicans eviscerate Trump voter fraud claims in scathing report

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    the narrative of upcoming GOP election nullification riots and pogroms will be that they were reasonable national defense countermeasures against something allegedly worse.

    Tucker Carlsom just compared us to Rwanda,



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    the narrative of upcoming GOP election nullification riots and pogroms will be that they were reasonable national defense countermeasures against something allegedly worse.

    Tucker Carlsom just compared us to Rwanda,


    I wouldn't trust FOX anymore than I would CNN---FOX can't decide if they want in, or, out. They're afraid, and always have been. At least CNN has the courage of their convictions, the suckers. Not FOX, even when they're backing President Trump, they themselves, that host isn't vested whatsoever. You can see it in their eyes, they're check cashers. CNN hosts are fully vested in their cause to see Trump driven straight into the ter, lynched symbolically like Donald Sterling in Los Angeles, or, actually hung up on a telephone pole like white men were in the '92 riots, also in Los Angeles. CNN hosts have the sharpest hatred for President Trump, it's deep in their souls. Their hearts are painted black for this men. He (President Trump) busted their holes day one (he'd been waiting) his entire adult life to get even with MSM in the macro, CNN in the micro---it was on his immediate to-do list once the Secret Service and the bomb sniffing dogs cleared the WH after Madonna had threatened to blow it up the day he moved in...

    -take me and the children bowling in the basement.
    -find out how I get my eats in there.
    -tease and torment CNN, in particular Acosta---and never stop.

    They wanted so much for their company to bring him to his knees and have him beg for relief, for mercy, for peace. No. Everybody else they've ever set their cap for to ruin and bring to their knees have went that route and ended up on their knees in the CNN Green Room n the queue to the buffet....Mooch, Christie, Goldwater, McCain, on & on, et al. But not President Trump. Why? Why did he and does he resist? Because they wanted it so bad to break him. The effervescent child in him, in President Trump won't abide.

    I love that old man with every ounce of my being, Winester.

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    "some think" fascist Desantis is the leader of the Repug party now

    Desantis intends an "intellectual cleansing", and is fully compatible with yet another Repug BigLie that K-12 and universities "indoctrinate" students

    'Florida goes full fascist':

    Ron DeSantis sparks furious backlash with ‘authoritarian’ campus political surveys


    signed legislation requiring Florida students, faculty, and staff to register their political views

    in surveys in an effort to promote "intellectual diversity" at colleges and universities, and the measure set off backlash across social media.

    DeSantis claims will promote freedom of speech,

    as a "thoroughly Orwellian" attempt to gain control over academic debate at ins utions of higher learning.

    https://www.alternet.org/2021/06/ron-desantis-2653505905/

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    Now they want to defund the military


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    "some think" fascist Desantis is the leader of the Repug party now

    Desantis intends an "intellectual cleansing", and is fully compatible with yet another Repug BigLie that K-12 and universities "indoctrinate" students

    'Florida goes full fascist':

    Ron DeSantis sparks furious backlash with ‘authoritarian’ campus political surveys


    signed legislation requiring Florida students, faculty, and staff to register their political views

    in surveys in an effort to promote "intellectual diversity" at colleges and universities, and the measure set off backlash across social media.

    DeSantis claims will promote freedom of speech,

    as a "thoroughly Orwellian" attempt to gain control over academic debate at ins utions of higher learning.

    https://www.alternet.org/2021/06/ron-desantis-2653505905/
    You thought you had Florida as the century turned. Uh, uh...

    - "No mas."
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