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Posted in: Italy tightens lockdown screw further as coronavirus deaths rocket See in context

The true reason for the spike in cases is something the media-industrial complex will never repost.

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Posted in: Coronavirus deaths in Italy overtake China See in context

Makes sense that Italy leads all other European nations in the rising toll of virus victims considering whom its garment industry does business with.

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Posted in: Canada-U.S. border to close as early as Friday; millions overseas trying to return home See in context

This is a "knee-jerk" reaction by Trudeau.

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Posted in: Canada closing borders to non-citizens; Americans exempted See in context

Some of us still remember Trudeau's statement/opinion on President Trump's initial travel ban on foreigners back at the beginning of the year: a ”knee-jerk reaction ”.

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Posted in: Biden, Sanders debate against backdrop of pandemic See in context

As a registered Independent voter, I'd have to honestly say Donald Trump remains undefeated in the democrat debates.

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Posted in: Debate questions: Biden, Sanders are finally to meet 1-on-1 See in context

Biden is a member in good standing in the DNC Club. As an outsider of the Club, Sanders knows full well he'll never become president. Bernie is not even democrat (Biden has alluded to this fact a couple times at his "rallies"). His kowtowing to Mrs. Clinton back in 2016 and now not politically going for Biden's jugular is proof he's never been really serious about becoming POTUS. Watch for him to hold out for the best final offer from the DNC this cycle. He'll either wind up getting a G3 or becoming the Obama's neighbors on Martha's Vineyard as a payoff from the Club to shut up and go away.

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Posted in: Trump tests negative for coronavirus See in context

The White House press corps was very concerned. It must be so relieved at this news.

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Posted in: Abe tells Trump Japan preparing for Tokyo Olympics as planned See in context

Abe's plan is to hold the Olympics and all other countries will boycott it out of safety concerns for their athlete representatives. That way, only Japanese will compete and will win every medal; thus establishing a total medal count that no other nation will ever be able to match.

A brilliant move by Japan.

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Posted in: Biden wins big Michigan in crushing blow to Sanders' White House bid See in context

NBC is reporting that "AR-14" Biden also told the auto worker whom he was trying to get his vote that he'll take him outside and "slap him in the face."

With a guy like presidential candidate Joe "I don't work for you" Biden on track to becoming the leader of the democrat party this summer, the world has a front row seat to witness the destruction of an American political party.

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Posted in: Biden wins big Michigan in crushing blow to Sanders' White House bid See in context

Profanity is not the real issue. But presidential candidate Biden telling a potential voter, "I don't work for you" is a much, much bigger concern.

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Posted in: Biden wins big Michigan in crushing blow to Sanders' White House bid See in context

Noticed this article conveniently failed to mention the Alzheimer's-like meltdown Biden had with a voter; swearing at him, threatening him with violence and telling him, "I don't work for you".

Lunch box Joe: The people's candidate.

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Posted in: Biden's stunning turnabout remakes Democratic race See in context

Absolutely nothing "stunning" about Biden's "turnabout". We're talking about the DNC; where democrat party elites -- not their voters -- decide who will represent them in November.

They already know they're going to lose bigly to Donald Trump in November. They also know it will take them a generation to recover -- if not go out of business entirely -- if they threw their support behind a Marxist-loving candidate like Sanders.

So, the DNC is currently in the process of engineering the demise of his second consecutive attempt to become POTUS. Only they're doing it more quickly this time around. By the end of this month, watch for Biden's delegate count to be so huge that Sanders will never be able to catch-up.

That way, party leadership using their lapdog stenographers within the democrat media industrial complex will have a few months to "re-educate" the Bernie Bros; conditioning them into believing that Balloon-Comb-Man bad and Joe-mentum is the only correct path to help them achieve their Utopia.

As for Sanders, he will hang around until he gets the best and final offer from the DNC. In 2016, it was a "summer camp". This time around, he'll hold out for something like either a G4 or be the Obama's next door neighbor on Martha's Vineyard as a consolation prize for bowing out of the race.

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Posted in: Another Year of the Man: Voters mourn women's losses in 2020 See in context

Massachusetts democrat party presidential primary voters -- the state she represents in the U.S. Senate -- overwhelmingly rejected her.  More than 1.3 million votes were cast among Joe Biden, Bernie Sanders, Michael Bloomberg, also-rans, and Warren.  Warren garnered just 291,000.

Warren even lost 4:5 to Sanders, the democrat party's unrepentant Marxist-sympathizing candidate.  The takeaway is Massachusetts progressives didn't reject socialism per se, just Warren's brand of barefaced lying and political phoniness.

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Posted in: Biden has strong Super Tuesday showing, Sanders leads in California See in context

Today turned out to be a real bad one for Elizabeth Warren. She failed to carry the state she represents in the Senate (Massachusetts) and the state she was born in (Oklahoma).

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Posted in: U.S. TV anchor retires on air after harassment claims See in context

Gotta give it to Matthews over the way he stuck it to hIs employer by walking off the set 2 minutes into the show and leaving MSLSD to scramble to fill the rest of the hour.

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Posted in: U.S. court deals serious blow to Trump's 'Remain in Mexico' immigration policy See in context

The 9th Circuit can't overturn Mexico law. Those illegal alien staging areas are Mexican policy as well.

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Posted in: Democrats focus on Super Tuesday even as South Carolina looms See in context

As in 2016, Bernie won't be the dem candidate. Like the good capitalist that he is, he will hold out for the DNC's best cash offer to go away before dropping out of the race.

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Posted in: Democrats focus on Super Tuesday even as South Carolina looms See in context

Heh, the fix is already in. Adam Schiff accidentally told some truth during the "impeachment trial" when he said on the Senate floor about how voters can't be trusted at the ballot box.

The democrat party elites using their Super Delagates will decide who will go up against Trump in November. Spoiler Alert: It won't be Bernie.

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Posted in: Senate acquits Trump in historic vote as re-election battle looms See in context

The way the democrats see it:

The charge of Abuse of Power: President Trump is putting the average working American first.

The charge of Obstructing Congress: President Trump is thwarting their ultimate goal of implementing their Socialistic agenda.

Today is indeed a "solemn occasion". So, yes, let's celebrate.

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Posted in: Pelosi tears up copy of Trump's State of the Union speech See in context

Pelosi tore up a document that contained the names of, among others, a newly promoted 100-year-old black brigadier general.

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Posted in: Pelosi tears up copy of Trump's State of the Union speech See in context

@Blacklabel,

She probably thought it was copies of the Constitution she was tearing up.

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Posted in: Pelosi tears up copy of Trump's State of the Union speech See in context

Another great SOTU address. It was so good that Pelosi was caught on camera ripping up her copy that President Trump had earlier handed to her. That childish move just cost the democrats more millions of votes on Nov. 3rd.

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Posted in: Buttigieg leads Iowa, Sanders 2nd; woman asks to change her vote after learning he is gay See in context

What is not being reported is that only 170,000 registered democrats (out of a total of more than 600,000 statewide) cast ballots in the Hawkeye Cauci. That is a significant tell in that even "progressive" voters there don't care about any of the candidates who collectively visited Iowa more than 1,600 times to curry favor of democrats in the run up to yesterday's socialist dumpster fire. It gives registered independent voters like myself who are undecided about who to cast my ballot for on Nov. 3rd something to consider during the next nine months.

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Posted in: With Latin beat, J-Lo and Shakira project power of women at Super Bowl showcase See in context

A halftime show that included pole dancing and crotch shots epitomizes the "power of women"? Puhleeeze.

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Posted in: Chiefs defense comes through 31-20 victory over 49ers in Super Bowl See in context

The 49ers wound up playing the Chiefs and the refs. A very bad call on KC's go-ahead TD.

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Posted in: Republicans in Trump impeachment trial on the spot over Bolton book report See in context

Alan Dershowitz, a life long democrat who voted for Mrs. Bill Clinton, completely blew the case for the Schumer-Schiff sham impeachment totally out of the water.

Game, set, match.

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Posted in: Trump lawyers argue Democrats just want to overturn election See in context

An absolutely great start in picking apart the democrats sham of an impeachment. President Trump's legal team only needed two hours to totally destroy the Schumer-Schiff Show. Americans witnessed the liberal resistance get politically droned today.

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Posted in: Russian prime minister submits resignation to Putin See in context

Medvedev is moving on to his next gig: an on-air contributor for CNN International.

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Posted in: U.S., Iran step back from the brink; region still on edge See in context

Appears the war between the U.S. and Iran that the Code Pink republicans and global leftists were rooting for has ended before it started.

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Posted in: Are you financially better off than you were this time last year? See in context

My 401 K increased nearly 30 precent, a job promotion and two pay raises in 2019 with another one scheduled for next Spring. Yes, this past year has been very, very good to me.

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