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Posted in: Trump files new election challenge in Michigan; Georgia announces recount See in context

Trump re-election under the Constitution.

Completely false.

As usual, you're reaching far to the right of the laws of America, the words of the Constitution and the patriotism required for democracy vs. the fascism promoted by Trump.

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Posted in: Money to support Trump court fight could flow to president See in context

He's in debt to the tune of 400 mil.Gonna need more than the fistful of dollars his dummy supporters will cough up.

You give his dummy supporters too much credit. They'll likely keep giving him money for this and all things after he's out of office, including lawsuits, etc.

If he were to open another fake Trump University or ask for money to buy an island for a golf course and create Trumpland, a dictatorship, they'd follow blindly, and give it to him.

Remember, this is a cult, they're pathetic in their devotion, and the weak minded will heed Trump's call.

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Posted in: Trump faces long odds in challenging vote counts; McConnell says it is OK for Trump to fight See in context

That’s an ‘alternative fact’.

'Alternative facts'...a dangerous phrase by Kelly Anne Conway...was all predicted by Orwell and known as 'doublethink', which in essence is how lies and narrative attempt to blur truths by gas lighting and situational bias. It is what Trumpism is all about, and behoove his followers to read 1984, but undoubtedly, they'd think it was a fake book written by the fake news.

The gist of 'doublethink' is as follows:

The keyword here is blackwhite. Like so many Newspeak words, this word has two mutually contradictory meanings. Applied to an opponent, it means the habit of impudently claiming that black is white, in contradiction of the plain facts. Applied to a Party member, it means a loyal willingness to say that black is white when Party discipline demands this. But it means also the ability to believe that black is white, and more, to know that black is white, and to forget that one has ever believed the contrary. This demands a continuous alteration of the past, made possible by the system of thought which really embraces all the rest, and which is known in Newspeak as doublethink. Doublethink is basically the power of holding two contradictory beliefs in one's mind simultaneously, and accepting both of them.

This is exactly the dangerous ability to believe false information and/or truthful information at the same time that leads to cherry picking the info and the constant moving of the goalposts for Trump and his supporters.

This needs to stop.

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Posted in: Trump faces long odds in challenging vote counts; McConnell says it is OK for Trump to fight See in context

I can’t help but chuckle when I hear trump supporters talk about gullibility and transparency.

It'd be funny if it weren't so pathetic.

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Posted in: Trump considers how to keep up fight See in context

So Donald Jr. and Eric are siding with dad vs. Melania and Kushner. Children of people who see no wrong in their fathers because they are rich can be blind to the money, and it's a brainwash as it really messes up their ability to think on their own. Priorities lean strongly toward materialistic ideals over human emotion, empathy and common sense.

If kids are loved, educated and taught to be open minded, they probably see through that stuff, like Kelly-Anne Conway's daughter, who abhors Trump and her mother's politics. Too bad Trump's kids aren't like her.

Hypocrisy, lies and manipulation are mutually inclusive to Donald Trump, as the apple doesn't fall far from the tree.

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Posted in: Trump considers how to keep up fight See in context

It is so Republican to believe moving the goalposts concerning the election process is the right thing to do.

What's so ridiculous is they do this stuff, then will accuse others of doing something they are doing, and more so, will further exacerbate that idea by saying only the other side can do something like that.

The hypocrisy and manipulative behavior is so bad, if it was a kid in a school, he'd get kicked out for the lies and deceit.

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Posted in: Trump considers how to keep up fight See in context

You notice the article with Trump in the title has much more hits than the ones solely about Biden.

Well, two reasons. And it has nothing to do with the media, itself. 1 is that Biden won the election and transition usually isn't that big of news. 2, and more importantly, Trump is maintaining a line of confrontation and lies with American democracy. It's important for many of us to rid ourselves of fascism, and it is quite obvious Trump and his followers are still attempting to wrong America.

In essence, when we read of Biden, we don't think it's disingenuous. With Trump, it usually, and in the case of not conceding, is disingenuous, and downright an act of a traitor to the United States of America.

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Posted in: What next for Trump? Golf, Twitter and maybe another run? See in context

Trump can go to China, he has a bank account there and pays more than 750 dollars in taxes. Maybe open up a Trump Hotel in Wuhan.

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Posted in: Biden calls for healing in appeal to Trump voters See in context

Biden is reaching out to all Americans. That’s a major change from Trump.

I dream the Trump believers settle down and find a way to actually make America great again, by understanding truth and not just false narrative, while working together with the Biden/Harris WH.

Optimistically, I hope.

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Posted in: Biden calls for healing in appeal to Trump voters See in context

Soak in the sunshine!! Great day to relish the defeat of Trump and the optimism of democracy and a decent America.

Sometimes, we have to hit rock bottom to make change, and with Trump, we've been at an abyss. How much brighter the future looks has made the world a great place, today.

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Posted in: Biden calls for healing in appeal to Trump voters See in context

I wish Canadians would stop hiding their anti-americansim in the guise of “we’re just so happy to see America heal and blah blah”

Blame Canada is a South Park film, it's a cartoon, dude.

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Posted in: Biden calls for healing in appeal to Trump voters See in context

It gets somewhat lost in the euphoria of getting rid of Trump, but the historic breakthrough is Kamala Harris, a woman of diversity as the first female VP.

She da bomb! YES!!!!!! A great mind and character, go Kamala!!

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Posted in: Biden calls for healing in appeal to Trump voters See in context

Congratulations to Joe Biden and Kamala Harris, America and the world!!!

The cloud lifts as the new POTUS and VP are declared, but at least as important is the addition by subtraction of the worst president ever in Donald Trump. A huge relief, and gives us a a chance for the future.

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Posted in: Increasingly normal: Guns seen outside vote-counting centers See in context

They are actually quite hospitable if you’re visiting and don’t challenge their politics of their intellects. 

There in lies the danger. They seem normal, at first. Kinda like the Stepford Wives, they have a blank look when it comes to certain subjects, dress nicely, and then pull out their guns.

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Posted in: Increasingly normal: Guns seen outside vote-counting centers See in context

the laws in Arizona, Nevada and Michigan — where guns have been seen outside vote-tabulation centers in recent days — allow people to openly carry firearms in public.

This is just crazy laws allowing guns, much less multiple round weapons, to be carried in public.

America is messed up. They watched too much Rambo and played too many violent video games.

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Posted in: Increasingly normal: Guns seen outside vote-counting centers See in context

Scary to say the least. These people think they're normal is what's really off the rails. They're just a slight extension(maybe) of the normal voters for Trump. I'm not sure that's true, either, most of them probably approve of this activity. Trump exacerbates crazy activity and gun threatening people. I'm glad he's out. What a terrible influence on America he has been.

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Posted in: Republicans seeking to raise at least $60 mil to fund Trump legal challenges See in context

Talk about a miniscule cult following.

It's the biggest cult the world has ever seen.

Numbers don't make a cult as much as blindly following a leader who gas lights, talks of lies and false equivalency, is a narcissist and dictates to his supporters wrong information, dangerous morals and ideas, of which they are ardent believers.

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Posted in: Republicans seeking to raise at least $60 mil to fund Trump legal challenges See in context

Gore let Florida go with a much stronger reason to question the vote, but he did so for the good of American democracy.

No such patriotism for America from the Republicans and Trump, who clearly was not going to accept defeat, in any circumstance, and would in fact, promote fascism over democracy.

Just stop. Trump is wrong. Republicans are fools to fight this. You lost. Take it as an American and quit whining.

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Posted in: Biden predicts victory as his lead over Trump grows See in context

Always hoping this right/left bs becomes more civil, but lies and narrative need to subside and allow for better bipartisan ideas to be made, with truth and critical thought. Both sides can do it, but it remains to be seen if the right actually want to make America great again.

It's a bit doubtful watching and hearing all the divisive commentary that continues, and I really wonder whether people aren't just racist and non caring toward science and health as they seem to be, and locked into their lack of truth to find a middle road to try and get different opinions working in American politics.

Biden will try, but it may not happen with Trump's lying rhetoric continuing on, his supporters follow his wrong actions, angry as ever, which may go on well after he is gone from the WH.

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Posted in: Biden wins Michigan, Wisconsin; Trump files suits, requests vote recounts See in context

My political view and voice of democracy is that in the US presidents are not elected they are selected.

Then you have no idea what your voice is talking about as your statement is contradictory to democracy.

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Posted in: Biden wins Michigan, Wisconsin; Trump files suits, requests vote recounts See in context

refrain from gloating

I don't think anyone is gloating, I think it's pure relief that democracy still might survive over fascism in the USA.

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Posted in: Biden wins Michigan, Wisconsin; Trump files suits, requests vote recounts See in context

Probably because what is left for counting are mail-in ballots. Those were ordered in a large majority by registered Democratic voters. AP already called AZ that during the middle of the night on that same basis.

Yes, this is why.

Where the votes are uncounted is why the declarations are made early. Late count votes are heavily democratic, this year because of the mail in ballots.

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Posted in: Biden wins Michigan, Wisconsin; Trump files suits, requests vote recounts See in context

Fox News gives Arizona to Biden. 264-214, Biden. Go Nevada!

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Posted in: Biden wins Michigan, Wisconsin; Trump files suits, requests vote recounts See in context

Go Biden! Go Kamala!

Less racism, misogyny, fascism, lies and snake oil sales! More critical thought and truth!

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Posted in: Biden wins Michigan, Wisconsin; Trump files suits, requests vote recounts See in context

Do you really think Trump cares if he wins or loses? 

He's a child. Of course he cares if he loses, he deems those who get captured in war a loser as an insult to McCain. A true loser voted by the people of America who have deemed him inadequate in his four years as president? He's crying, for sure.

Besides his own immature emotion, all the lawsuits on criminal activity he has done not being protected by the presidency, will be something he knows will happen. It exacerbates his fears and anger.

Oh, and no one will care about his ridiculous tweets because instead of the POTUS, it'll just be another deranged crazy who flew over the cuckoo's nest. He hates being completely ignored, and that'll happen when he loses. Yes, the tweets meaning absolutely nothing is probably what is most infuriating to the worst president ever.

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Posted in: Biden wins Michigan, Wisconsin; Trump files suits, requests vote recounts See in context

Trump is "quite literally" NOT a dictator. He has every right, as does the other side to contest the election.

Come on, man!

A president has every right to do anything he wants, but no other president, except Trump, disrespects and tries to take advantage of that power for himself and break presidential protocol for self interest, in lieu of democracy.

He may not be a dictator by pure definition, but his actions are very much of an autocrat and a fascist.

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Posted in: Trump talks legal action; Biden on offense as campaign ends See in context

Trump supporters are the really peaceful people.

All those gun...multiple round weapons...with hate in their eyes are Trump supporters. They are obviously not peaceful people. Neither are the neo nazi's in Charlottesville. The list goes on and on. You aren't meeting all of Trump supporters, quite obviously.

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Posted in: Trump talks legal action; Biden on offense as campaign ends See in context

Blacklabel: Can’t wait for the “I never said Trump wouldn’t win” people to post tomorrow.

Naw. I don't think there's anyone who went through 2016 who doesn't believe bad things can happen. The threat this time is the power of the presidency and how Trump will cheat and do anything to deny he has lost.

I believe it will be a Biden landslide victory. If the votes are counted properly, it is highly doubtful Trump has a chance, but from hanging chads to Nixon to whatever it takes, Republicans are better at lying and cheating, and Trump is the master at bullying, name calling, misogyny, fascism, etc. that is his staple and becoming the staple of his party.

At any rate, those who are supporting Trump won't admit defeat, and probably never will. They're that bent on having fascism rule over democracy, truth and fair justice.

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Posted in: Trump opposes FBI probe of supporters surrounding Biden bus See in context

On Sunday night, Trump retweeted a screenshot of the FBI statement, adding: “In my opinion, these patriots did nothing wrong. Instead, the FBI & Justice should be investigating the terrorists, anarchists, and agitators of ANTIFA, who run around burning down our Democrat run cities and hurting our people!”

Well, this is certainly the rant of a mad man. Ridiculous Trump, again and again.

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Posted in: Sean Connery's widow reveals he had suffered from dementia See in context

TH: Stardom in film is more about impact and character, especially for a role like 007. An adequate level of acting is necessary, but range has little, if anything, to do with screen presence, when assessing star actors in action roles, particularly.

Sean Connery was the most iconic James Bond. RIP.

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