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#21 Lotust1

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Posted January 07 2021 - 06:02 PM

I was so hoping someone would take a Big steaming Dumper on Nancys desk  :siterock 



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Posted January 07 2021 - 07:17 PM

Nah, she was breaking the law.  Don't want to get shot?  Don't break the law.


Next time you get stopped for speeding I guess it's o.k. if the officer instead of asking for your license and registration just shoots you in the head.

We don't know the full details of what happened. Based on what I've heard the woman was not armed and the Capital Police Officer shot through a barricaded door killing the woman. This use of deadly force should be thoroughly investigated to determine if this officer reasonably believed this woman was about to use deadly force against him or some other innocent individual.

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Posted January 07 2021 - 08:33 PM

I hear one of the cops has died



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Posted January 07 2021 - 09:39 PM

Next time you get stopped for speeding I guess it's o.k. if the officer instead of asking for your license and registration just shoots you in the head.

We don't know the full details of what happened. Based on what I've heard the woman was not armed and the Capital Police Officer shot through a barricaded door killing the woman. This use of deadly force should be thoroughly investigated to determine if this officer reasonably believed this woman was about to use deadly force against him or some other innocent individual.

In a Libs mind its OK since she was a conservative.



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Posted January 08 2021 - 02:54 AM

Normally, I’m all in for events like this. I’ve always believed in Trump, but given his recent actions my faith is wearing thin. 

 

I mean, his allegations of election fraud are starting to look a little weak to put it mildly. It would certainly seem to me that anyone still willing to accept what Trump says at face value is the only thing keeping his support alive. I have been willing to overlook the multitude of times his predictions haven’t panned out. I have chosen to believe what can only be described as obvious lies. I have even decided to turn a blind eye to his seemingly endless acts of hypocrisy.

 

Since the election, however, I’ve really begun to feel like I’ve been had. I guess I find it much easier to support a questionable individual if they are acting in a competent manner, and getting things done. Let’s be honest, Trump no longer reflects competence or success. Since before the election, he has been riding a losing streak which has only intensified since his failed re-election campaign. Whether or not he legitimately lost, or he was the victim of fraud like he suggests is something which may never be known... All I know is he and his legal team have brought nothing concrete to the table which suggests there was any fraud whatsoever.

 

To be honest, the embarrassment I feel for Trump and his cringy behaviour is starting to seriously override the admiration I once had, not only for him, but for the great things he once achieved. From the press conference mistakenly booked and held in the dirty parking lot of the landscaping company, to yesterday’s seemingly treasonous rally, and call for violent uprising against our democracy, his tone has undeniably shifted. Where was the President who supported the heavy handed reaction to the BLM riots over the summer? He was nowhere to be found yesterday... Only a coward, hiding in the White House, after promising to march and stand with those who still support him.

 

Am I the only one who feels like Trump has started to take our support for granted? His actions have become highly embarrassing, as as he. He makes it harder each and every day to view him as anything more than a bumbling old man who has lost a step or two over the duration of his presidency. I’m sorry, but I don’t see how anyone can confidently proclaim their loyalty to him any longer. His antics and theatrics are responsible for getting a woman shot and killed... and all because she still believed in what Trump says. Although that is a truly terrible thing, I’d be willing to bet Trump couldn’t care less that her blood is on his hands.

 

If anyone here can present a convincing counter argument to the points I’ve raised, I would certainly love to hear it.



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Posted January 08 2021 - 05:45 AM

Normally, I’m all in for events like this. I’ve always believed in Trump, but given his recent actions my faith is wearing thin. 
 
I mean, his allegations of election fraud are starting to look a little weak to put it mildly. It would certainly seem to me that anyone still willing to accept what Trump says at face value is the only thing keeping his support alive. I have been willing to overlook the multitude of times his predictions haven’t panned out. I have chosen to believe what can only be described as obvious lies. I have even decided to turn a blind eye to his seemingly endless acts of hypocrisy.
 
Since the election, however, I’ve really begun to feel like I’ve been had. I guess I find it much easier to support a questionable individual if they are acting in a competent manner, and getting things done. Let’s be honest, Trump no longer reflects competence or success. Since before the election, he has been riding a losing streak which has only intensified since his failed re-election campaign. Whether or not he legitimately lost, or he was the victim of fraud like he suggests is something which may never be known... All I know is he and his legal team have brought nothing concrete to the table which suggests there was any fraud whatsoever.
 
To be honest, the embarrassment I feel for Trump and his cringy behaviour is starting to seriously override the admiration I once had, not only for him, but for the great things he once achieved. From the press conference mistakenly booked and held in the dirty parking lot of the landscaping company, to yesterday’s seemingly treasonous rally, and call for violent uprising against our democracy, his tone has undeniably shifted. Where was the President who supported the heavy handed reaction to the BLM riots over the summer? He was nowhere to be found yesterday... Only a coward, hiding in the White House, after promising to march and stand with those who still support him.
 
Am I the only one who feels like Trump has started to take our support for granted? His actions have become highly embarrassing, as as he. He makes it harder each and every day to view him as anything more than a bumbling old man who has lost a step or two over the duration of his presidency. I’m sorry, but I don’t see how anyone can confidently proclaim their loyalty to him any longer. His antics and theatrics are responsible for getting a woman shot and killed... and all because she still believed in what Trump says. Although that is a truly terrible thing, I’d be willing to bet Trump couldn’t care less that her blood is on his hands.
 
If anyone here can present a convincing counter argument to the points I’ve raised, I would certainly love to hear it.

The BLM riots caused more devastation. The liberals allowed it, they burned police stations and churches. In addition to the facts, the liberal cities didn’t stop them because it was a peaceful protest. Over 73 million people voted for Trump. Don’t think people are that stupid to think Joe Biden was more popular than Obama. The election was definitely stolen!
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Posted January 08 2021 - 06:13 AM

Normally, I’m all in for events like this. I’ve always believed in Trump, but given his recent actions my faith is wearing thin. 

 

I mean, his allegations of election fraud are starting to look a little weak to put it mildly. It would certainly seem to me that anyone still willing to accept what Trump says at face value is the only thing keeping his support alive. I have been willing to overlook the multitude of times his predictions haven’t panned out. I have chosen to believe what can only be described as obvious lies. I have even decided to turn a blind eye to his seemingly endless acts of hypocrisy.

 

Since the election, however, I’ve really begun to feel like I’ve been had. I guess I find it much easier to support a questionable individual if they are acting in a competent manner, and getting things done. Let’s be honest, Trump no longer reflects competence or success. Since before the election, he has been riding a losing streak which has only intensified since his failed re-election campaign. Whether or not he legitimately lost, or he was the victim of fraud like he suggests is something which may never be known... All I know is he and his legal team have brought nothing concrete to the table which suggests there was any fraud whatsoever.

 

To be honest, the embarrassment I feel for Trump and his cringy behaviour is starting to seriously override the admiration I once had, not only for him, but for the great things he once achieved. From the press conference mistakenly booked and held in the dirty parking lot of the landscaping company, to yesterday’s seemingly treasonous rally, and call for violent uprising against our democracy, his tone has undeniably shifted. Where was the President who supported the heavy handed reaction to the BLM riots over the summer? He was nowhere to be found yesterday... Only a coward, hiding in the White House, after promising to march and stand with those who still support him.

 

Am I the only one who feels like Trump has started to take our support for granted? His actions have become highly embarrassing, as as he. He makes it harder each and every day to view him as anything more than a bumbling old man who has lost a step or two over the duration of his presidency. I’m sorry, but I don’t see how anyone can confidently proclaim their loyalty to him any longer. His antics and theatrics are responsible for getting a woman shot and killed... and all because she still believed in what Trump says. Although that is a truly terrible thing, I’d be willing to bet Trump couldn’t care less that her blood is on his hands.

 

If anyone here can present a convincing counter argument to the points I’ve raised, I would certainly love to hear it.

 

never been a fan of trump. I warned he was a Keynesian Socialist before being elected and he proved exactly that when he became president 

 

we now have a huge debt to shoulder from his pensive spending while in office. Not to mention the constitutional rights he trampled



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Posted January 08 2021 - 08:51 AM

I am sure you have the same position on all the BLM rioters that have been holding cities hostage for months.

No, i was being sarcastic but its the same thing the right says anytime a cop kills a black person 



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Posted January 08 2021 - 09:42 AM

Normally, I’m all in for events like this. I’ve always believed in Trump, but given his recent actions my faith is wearing thin. 

 

I mean, his allegations of election fraud are starting to look a little weak to put it mildly. It would certainly seem to me that anyone still willing to accept what Trump says at face value is the only thing keeping his support alive. I have been willing to overlook the multitude of times his predictions haven’t panned out. I have chosen to believe what can only be described as obvious lies. I have even decided to turn a blind eye to his seemingly endless acts of hypocrisy.

 

Since the election, however, I’ve really begun to feel like I’ve been had. I guess I find it much easier to support a questionable individual if they are acting in a competent manner, and getting things done. Let’s be honest, Trump no longer reflects competence or success. Since before the election, he has been riding a losing streak which has only intensified since his failed re-election campaign. Whether or not he legitimately lost, or he was the victim of fraud like he suggests is something which may never be known... All I know is he and his legal team have brought nothing concrete to the table which suggests there was any fraud whatsoever.

 

To be honest, the embarrassment I feel for Trump and his cringy behaviour is starting to seriously override the admiration I once had, not only for him, but for the great things he once achieved. From the press conference mistakenly booked and held in the dirty parking lot of the landscaping company, to yesterday’s seemingly treasonous rally, and call for violent uprising against our democracy, his tone has undeniably shifted. Where was the President who supported the heavy handed reaction to the BLM riots over the summer? He was nowhere to be found yesterday... Only a coward, hiding in the White House, after promising to march and stand with those who still support him.

 

Am I the only one who feels like Trump has started to take our support for granted? His actions have become highly embarrassing, as as he. He makes it harder each and every day to view him as anything more than a bumbling old man who has lost a step or two over the duration of his presidency. I’m sorry, but I don’t see how anyone can confidently proclaim their loyalty to him any longer. His antics and theatrics are responsible for getting a woman shot and killed... and all because she still believed in what Trump says. Although that is a truly terrible thing, I’d be willing to bet Trump couldn’t care less that her blood is on his hands.

 

If anyone here can present a convincing counter argument to the points I’ve raised, I would certainly love to hear it.

No need to argue I just will quote the old saying about RATS deserting the sinking ship !



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Posted January 08 2021 - 11:29 AM

In a Libs mind its OK since she was a conservative.


So sad, but you’re spot on with that.

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Posted January 08 2021 - 03:08 PM

Obama, a black well spoken Harvard and Yale guy, all the boxes checked,  got 78 million votes during his first election. On his reelection he got 76 million votes. Joe Biden, who can't even put a sentence together, who didn't campaign much at all, riddled with video evidence of racist statements and corruption, never accomplished anything in decades of public service, has run repeatedly for President in the past and got trampled every time, NOW this clown gets 81 million votes???    Do you really think there was no voter fraud? You really think he got more votes than any presidential candidate in history???


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Posted January 08 2021 - 06:02 PM

The USA is still an experiment compared to other nations that have been around for MANY centuries living with Communism, Socialism, and dictatorship. Our founding fathers were extremely wise but none of them could have predicted what has happened to our country in the past year. Hey Boosti I'd give you a "Like This" but although you may be right I pray you're wrong.


Actually, Communism and Socialism are the relatively new experiments and Communism is a failed one. China is really more Fascist than Communist.

The USA has been under the same system of government longer than any nation in the world, other than tiny San Marino and Vatican City.

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Posted January 08 2021 - 06:04 PM

never been a fan of trump. I warned he was a Keynesian Socialist before being elected and he proved exactly that when he became president

we now have a huge debt to shoulder from his pensive spending while in office. Not to mention the constitutional rights he trampled


I agree on the spending. But, what Constitutional rights did he trample?

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Posted January 08 2021 - 10:28 PM

Obama, a black well spoken Harvard and Yale guy, all the boxes checked,  got 78 million votes during his first election. On his reelection he got 76 million votes. Joe Biden, who can't even put a sentence together, who didn't campaign much at all, riddled with video evidence of racist statements and corruption, never accomplished anything in decades of public service, has run repeatedly for President in the past and got trampled every time, NOW this clown gets 81 million votes???    Do you really think there was no voter fraud? You really think he got more votes than any presidential candidate in history???

 

We are asking the wrong question... Every politician will tell you that there is no evidence that there was election fraud. I haven't been able to find a shred of evidence that the election was secure... That doubt will linger in the population and in the end will turn deadly.... .Every possible effort to validate that the election went off with integrity should be made... Every fraud claim should be addressed in explicit detail... But it wont: everything is just swept under the rug... And we are left with nothing than a politicians word that the election was fraud free.... Fraud or not these are the seeds of our countries destruction... Any attempt to question to election is met with censorship, vitriol, and the people are labeled as crazy conspiracy theorists for begging the question... This discontent WILL NOT just go away... It will linger like a open wound until it develops gangrene and destroys the entire system....


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Posted January 08 2021 - 10:46 PM

I agree on the spending. But, what Constitutional rights did he trample?

 

 

wanted restrictions on freedom of speech with fake news, tik tok, etc...

 

indefinite detention of American citizens after much protest by the most conservative republicans in congress 

 

due process rights for gun owners

infringements on 2nd amendments bump stocks, due process, enhanced NICS, red flag laws, arm braces, 80% lowers, upper receivers 

 

freedom of religion, banning Muslims and discriminating against them

 

Restricted free trade with foreign countries including economic free countries 

 

nationalized American companies to make respirators by force , wants to nationalize 5G

 

Infringed on property rights by banning evictions

 

just to name a few



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Posted January 08 2021 - 11:29 PM

We are asking the wrong question... Every politician will tell you that there is no evidence that there was election fraud. I haven't been able to find a shred of evidence that the election was secure... That doubt will linger in the population and in the end will turn deadly.... .Every possible effort to validate that the election went off with integrity should be made... Every fraud claim should be addressed in explicit detail... But it wont: everything is just swept under the rug... And we are left with nothing than a politicians word that the election was fraud free.... Fraud or not these are the seeds of our countries destruction... Any attempt to question to election is met with censorship, vitriol, and the people are labeled as crazy conspiracy theorists for begging the question... This discontent WILL NOT just go away... It will linger like a open wound until it develops gangrene and destroys the entire system....

This is their new normal. There will not be another so called election. Its already full force censorship, rigged elections and lying propaganda. This is just the beginning. In four years we will look back and think these were the good old days.

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Posted January 09 2021 - 06:13 AM

Asking a politician whether there was election fraud would be like asking a harness race driver or  "professional" wrestler if their sport is legitimate.  The fix was in.



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Posted January 09 2021 - 12:47 PM

Normally, I’m all in for events like this. I’ve always believed in Trump, but given his recent actions my faith is wearing thin. 

 

I mean, his allegations of election fraud are starting to look a little weak to put it mildly. It would certainly seem to me that anyone still willing to accept what Trump says at face value is the only thing keeping his support alive. I have been willing to overlook the multitude of times his predictions haven’t panned out. I have chosen to believe what can only be described as obvious lies. I have even decided to turn a blind eye to his seemingly endless acts of hypocrisy.

 

Since the election, however, I’ve really begun to feel like I’ve been had. I guess I find it much easier to support a questionable individual if they are acting in a competent manner, and getting things done. Let’s be honest, Trump no longer reflects competence or success. Since before the election, he has been riding a losing streak which has only intensified since his failed re-election campaign. Whether or not he legitimately lost, or he was the victim of fraud like he suggests is something which may never be known... All I know is he and his legal team have brought nothing concrete to the table which suggests there was any fraud whatsoever.

 

To be honest, the embarrassment I feel for Trump and his cringy behaviour is starting to seriously override the admiration I once had, not only for him, but for the great things he once achieved. From the press conference mistakenly booked and held in the dirty parking lot of the landscaping company, to yesterday’s seemingly treasonous rally, and call for violent uprising against our democracy, his tone has undeniably shifted. Where was the President who supported the heavy handed reaction to the BLM riots over the summer? He was nowhere to be found yesterday... Only a coward, hiding in the White House, after promising to march and stand with those who still support him.

 

Am I the only one who feels like Trump has started to take our support for granted? His actions have become highly embarrassing, as as he. He makes it harder each and every day to view him as anything more than a bumbling old man who has lost a step or two over the duration of his presidency. I’m sorry, but I don’t see how anyone can confidently proclaim their loyalty to him any longer. His antics and theatrics are responsible for getting a woman shot and killed... and all because she still believed in what Trump says. Although that is a truly terrible thing, I’d be willing to bet Trump couldn’t care less that her blood is on his hands.

 

If anyone here can present a convincing counter argument to the points I’ve raised, I would certainly love to hear it.

 

How can the allegations of election fraud start to look thin when they haven't been investigated? Do they become thin because the MSM keeps saying "debunked"?

 

Some questions for you. The forensic audit of the Dominion Voting Systems machines shows obvious alterations in the system logs including the security logs. A software update was done with a 90 day window of the election and the machines were never recertified. The same ballots were run through the machines and they could never get the same result. A high number of ballots run through the machine were kicked back for adjudication. The level of kick backs was high enough to disqualify the machines for use. Do all of these allegations get debunked because Dominion simply says it couldn't happen?

 

Officials in Arizona are defying a subpoena to turn over election machines and ballots in Maricopa County. Why?

 

Why were tens of thousands of ballots counted in the middle of the night at State Farm Arena with no observers present?

 

Why did the same sort of counting occur in the middle of the night in other swing states?

 

Do we know what happened to the truckload of ballots shipped from Bethpage, NY to Harrisburg, PA to Lanchaster, Pa? Where is that trailer and what happened to those ballots?

 

Did the PA Supreme Court violate the Constitution when it change the time in which ballots could be received and counted? According to the Constitution ONLY the legislature can change the time, place and manner in which elections are held.

 

Are all of the witness reports made under oath of dead people voting, people voting using fake addresses, votes cast by people with names that can't be found in any federal or state database, signature verification rules ignored, ballots left unsecured, double counting of votes lying?

 

Are the data analyst that examined the publically available data stream of election results and claiming the numbers were manipulated wrong?

 

These things don't get debunked because the MSM keeps ranting "Debunked". They get debunking in a public forum where experts regarding the information presented the facts and other experts attempt to invalid the facts presented. That has NOT happened and until it does tens of millions of Americans (republican, democrat and independent) are NOT going to buy the chant by the media and democrats AND republicans that this was the most secure election in American history.


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Posted January 09 2021 - 04:12 PM

Asking a politician whether there was election fraud would be like asking a harness race driver or  "professional" wrestler if their sport is legitimate.  The fix was in.

A bunch of us on this forum used to fix gun polls on various new sites and it wasn’t that hard....I’m sure you can find some motivated individuals doing the same thing with election results 



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Posted January 14 2021 - 09:18 PM

 

 

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