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Senile Joe Biden Brings Back All the Swamp Creatures!!! *****

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Wow.  What a bunch of retread, corrupt, dishonest losers.  Quite a crew Senile Joe is being told to pick by his puppet masters.  Vomit central. Surely the worst is yet to come.  This will not end well.  As the stock market soars under President Trump.  This will soon be considered the best of times and the good old days.  Will be moving a lot of my portfolio into much safer places very soon before Biden & Company can fuck everything up.  I suggest everyone follow suit.  LOL

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Stop the Presses.   Kill the Tech sites.  I am joining the huge chunk of patriots that will put a knife through the heart of the media that messed with us.  Facebook will be soon be doing a face plant. The major newspapers will not be getting China/Russia money to prop them up anymore and their add money will not be enough to keep up.  

If you keep faceplant:

reduce it to close family only or if you do want to, keep a few of your favorite sites that have been blocked in the past or censored 

Do not click on any popups or ad sites that come up.

Remove all notifications

Quit Twitter and move to Parler Social Networking Service

 

Do not open any article that references NYT, Washed up Post, Bloomberg, USAToday, AP, or UPI, LA Times etc.   

Do not use Google to search, Bing is better by a little, use Duckduckgo.com.  Ask your android cell phone service to use an operating system that is not Google.  

Do not use fact checks sites as they are all corrupt.

Limit your groups to close family or closed groups you feel you belong to but click no adds

TV:

Pretty much all of them are worthless for news source.

Use Newsmax and ask your cable/satellite to include them as a channel

Let Drudge Report know they are not ever going to be a hit on the internet by you.  

In general, write letters to all these Marist news sources that you are prepared to work for their demise, this includes NPR.  Don't worry about CNN, and NBC.  They already know.  In addition, write letters to major sponsors that you will not be watching these corrupt news sources.

As it is, the TV audience on major lame stream news networks are getting terrible ratings post November 5th.  This includes FOX NEWS. The Murdock boys hired a team of ratings experts to stop the bleeding.  

 

 

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I can't wait to pay over $4 a gallon for gas again and even more for food!


Sack "The Buffalo Range's TRUSTED News Source!"

“When a well-packaged web of lies has been sold gradually to the masses over generations, the truth will seem utterly preposterous and its speaker a raving lunatic.” ~ Dresden James

Parler @NYexile

 

 

 

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10 hours ago, Thebowflexbody said:

Let's revisit all this when dumbass Biden & Company have been in office a couple months.  

Yup this is just the excitement bounce to dupe people into thinking a Biden presidency will be great. Then once the honeymoon is over we'll see the same stagflation that Obama presided over for 8 fucking years. These dopes didn't learn from the last time and are dancing in the street while a comet hurtles towards them. There are no MAGA tears here, only laughter.


Sack "The Buffalo Range's TRUSTED News Source!"

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5 minutes ago, SackMan518 said:

Yup this is just the excitement bounce to dupe people into thinking a Biden presidency will be great. Then once the honeymoon is over we'll see the same stagflation that Obama presided over for 8 fucking years. These dopes didn't learn from the last time and are dancing in the street while a comet hurtles towards them. There are no MAGA tears here, only laughter.

These are definitely MAGAT tears.  That said, the stock market is NOT the economy.  Here is your Trump economy:

 

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Odd.  I see no such things in my neighborhood/locale.  I must live in a superior area.  That's what I gather.  I'm just giddy about how great everything is going to be under Harris/Obama/Biden.  I've now moved the vast majority my portfolio into areas protected from what's coming.  LOL

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6 hours ago, 212frawk said:

These are definitely MAGAT tears.  That said, the stock market is NOT the economy.  Here is your Trump economy:

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Could this have anything to do with a pandemic that's been ravaging the country for nearly a year? Government shutdowns that closed most small businesses for months at a time?(I wonder how many government employees have felt any pain during the pandemic, are the remaining taxpayers propping them all up?) What could Hillary/Biden have done differently to contain the virus and keep everyone employed?

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You have to love the hard hitting news, some actual article titles:

'Biden's New pick for Secretary of Treasury has Extensive Policy-making Experience'

'Why Kamala Harris' Husband, Second Man of the United States, is her Secret Weapon' 

'President-Elect Biden and his Top Nominees Vow to Bring America Back!!'

We live in a totalitarian socialist state; we were just handed a 4-year vacation from it.  Time for us to 'do what we're told.'

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1 hour ago, Crinoline said:

Could this have anything to do with a pandemic that's been ravaging the country for nearly a year? Government shutdowns that closed most small businesses for months at a time?(I wonder how many government employees have felt any pain during the pandemic, are the remaining taxpayers propping them all up?) What could Hillary/Biden have done differently to contain the virus and keep everyone employed?

Of course, but recognizing that requires common sense.........

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Ooopsy!

 

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Sack "The Buffalo Range's TRUSTED News Source!"

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HuRr dURr... BiDEn doEsN't nEeD PeNnsYLvANiA tO wIn!

 


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Mueller Investigator Andrew Weissman Issues Major Demand to Joe Biden

 

Weissman’s article holds the most gravitas, however, if just because he was a former prosecutor under Robert Mueller. Of course, Weissman never mentions that he’d planned to speak at a fundraiser for Biden in June before the event was canceled, presumably because even Democrats knew it looked bad. This has nothing to do with “law enforcement authorities [being] political weapons of the reigning party.”

For the most part, Biden doesn’t seem disposed to follow Weissman’s advice — yet. According to NBC News, a Biden adviser said Biden’s “overarching view is that we need to move the country forward … ut the most important thing on this is that he will not interfere with his Justice Department and not politicize his Justice Department.”

When former FBI Deputy Director Andrew McCabe appeared before the Senate Judiciary Committee earlier this month to answer for his role in approving FISA court warrants that allowed the bureau to surveil former Trump campaign adviser Carter Page back in 2016, Democrats were eager to turn the page and talk about healing.

“The election sent a clear message, it’s time to stop re-litigating issues of the last election,” said Illinois Democrat Sen. Dick Durbin during the Nov. 10 hearing. “It’s time, finally, to put behind us the divisiveness [and] vitriol of the Trump era and to bring our fractured country together.”

This was an interesting tack to take, inasmuch as the investigation into baseless allegations that the Trump 2016 presidential campaign “colluded” with Russia began in earnest with the warrants issued by the special court established by the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act.

“Russia collusion” talk then dragged on until weeks before the 2020 election, when problematic emails from Hunter Biden’s laptop were alleged, in the absence of the merest piece of public evidence, to be a product of a Kremlin misinformation and colored basically every moment in between those two bookends.

But, yes, let’s put that childish divisiveness behind us. Don’t look back in anger or re-litigate the past.

Unless the Democrats are in a position to do so, of course. The article cited above is from Andrew Weissman, a senior prosecutor for special counsel Robert Mueller. The headline may be phrased as an open-ended question, but the article certainly isn’t:

Weissman assumes former Vice President Joe Biden will be sworn into the presidency in January and demands a Biden administration investigate Trump, writing that “as painful and hard as it may be for the country, I believe the next attorney general should investigate Mr. Trump and, if warranted, prosecute him for potential federal crimes.”

“Mr. Trump’s criminal exposure is clear. I was a senior member of the investigation led by the former special counsel Robert Mueller to determine whether Russia attempted to subvert our fundamental democratic source of political legitimacy: our electoral system,” Weissman wrote.

Do you think most Democrats agree with Andrew Weissman?

“Among other things, he was tasked with determining whether Mr. Trump interfered with our fact-finding into this issue.

“We amassed ample evidence to support a charge that Mr. Trump obstructed justice. That view is widely shared. Shortly after our report was issued, hundreds of former prosecutors concluded that the evidence supported such a charge.”

You’ll notice what’s omitted here. “That view is widely shared.” Yes, by people whose political views felicitously seem to align against Trump’s. “[H]undreds of former prosecutors concluded that the evidence supported such a charge.” Yes, prosecutors whose political views felicitously seem to align against Trump’s.

 

Granted, you could make the same argument for those who supported Trump in these matters.

However, when Mr. Weissman wrings his hands about how “we have witnessed two U.S. presidential elections in which large crowds have found it acceptable to chant with fervent zeal that the nominee of the opposing party should be jailed” and writes that “[w]e do not want to turn into an autocratic state, where law enforcement authorities are political weapons of the reigning party,” he seems willfully negligent of the partisan nature of the criminal investigations he proposes the United States should undertake.

For example, Weissman contends that Trump acted to “thwart cooperation with an investigation by use of the clemency power” when he commuted the prison sentence of political confidant Roger Stone, who had been sentenced to more than three years in prison after a witness tampering conviction related to a House investigation of the Russia “collusion” charge.

Weissman writes that Stone was “convicted by a jury,” but never mentions that the forewoman of that jury was a known Democratic activist with a public distaste for Trump and his supporters.

 

It’s important to note that Trump’s action did not affect Stone’s conviction, only his prison sentence.At a time when sex offenders are being released because of COVID fears, the idea Weissman is shaking his fist at Trump for granting clemency to a 67-year-old man in questionable health because he was convicted of lying by a jury with a clearly biased forewoman indicates this is maybe not the guy to be talking about weaponized investigations.

Weissman also brings up the conviction of one-time Trump campaign chairman Paul Manafort. He writes of Trump’s  “efforts to influence the outcome of a deliberating jury in the Manafort trial,” which sounds damning unless you remember what he’s referring to.

This was when the president, asked by about the 2018 trial of his former campaign manager on charges of tax fraud and bank fraud, among other counts, said that “I think it’s very sad what they’ve done to Paul Manafort.” A slew of predictable media liberals then claimed the comments were tantamount to jury tampering.

Weissman’s piece clocks in at under a thousand words. If that’s one of the arguments he even feels the need to bring up in that limited space, I’m calling for summary judgment. I’m hoping its inclusion here is only because Weissman was the lead prosecutor in the Manafort case and because he thinks it’s one of the stronger points in his favor.

There’s a bunch of other stuff here that you’ve probably heard before, too:

Former White House counsel Don McGahn’s allegation that Trump wanted to fire Mueller (he didn’t do it) and then asked him to sign a letter saying this never happened (McGahn didn’t). Trump “dangl[ing] a pardon” to get people not to testify. Weissman even intimates that there might have been collusion, but Mueller’s team just couldn’t investigate fully because “he obstructed that very investigation.” We’re back on that tired old dog.

Weissman isn’t the only one flogging a “Hoo doggies! We can go after The Donald now!” piece in the media this past week. Watergate counsel Philip Allen Lacovara has a materially similar article in The Washington Post and Jeet Heer has one in The Nation.

That may not be looking to turn the page so much as could be a matter of expedience. How long have we played this game now? Four years? Trump’s head has been poorly photoshopped into an orange jumpsuit more times than any of us can count.

Yet, after four years of trying to legally stymie the president of the United States, they got nowhere. If and when Trump loses the protections afforded him by the presidency, are we to assume this will be any different?

https://www.westernjournal.com/mueller-investigator-andrew-weissman-issues-major-demand-joe-biden/?utm_source=push&utm_medium=westernjournalism&utm_content=2020-11-25&utm_campaign=pushtraffic

 

 


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17 hours ago, Crinoline said:

Could this have anything to do with a pandemic that's been ravaging the country for nearly a year? Government shutdowns that closed most small businesses for months at a time?(I wonder how many government employees have felt any pain during the pandemic, are the remaining taxpayers propping them all up?) What could Hillary/Biden have done differently to contain the virus and keep everyone employed?

What could they have done differently? Well, let's see 

  1. Dont disband pandemic response unit (Global Health Security and Biodefense unit)
  2. Dont pretend it is going to magically disappear
  3. Allow the experts to run the program instead of a sycophant like pence
  4. dont tell people to drink bleach or
  5. Shove a UV lamp up your ass
  6. dont promote ineffective treatments (hydroxychloroquine)
  7. Dont turn the WH into a superspreader
  8. Dont keep telling ppl "we're turning a corner" while the country is exploding with new infections
  9. Dont hold maskless, superspreader rallies that send the message that its ok to ignore the precautions ppl are supposed to take to limit the spread
  10. Dont give up dealing with it like fatass has now......

But that isnt the point of my post.  Its that touting the stock market as indicative of how the economy is doing is a red herring.  The market is living on the FED's actions to pump it up and is completely divorced from the real economy. Its valued at 180% of GDP.  Never been that high, ever.

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59 minutes ago, 212frawk said:

What could they have done differently? Well, let's see 

  1. Dont disband pandemic response unit (Global Health Security and Biodefense unit)
  2. Dont pretend it is going to magically disappear
  3. Allow the experts to run the program instead of a sycophant like pence
  4. dont tell people to drink bleach or
  5. Shove a UV lamp up your ass
  6. dont promote ineffective treatments (hydroxychloroquine)
  7. Dont turn the WH into a superspreader
  8. Dont keep telling ppl "we're turning a corner" while the country is exploding with new infections
  9. Dont hold maskless, superspreader rallies that send the message that its ok to ignore the precautions ppl are supposed to take to limit the spread
  10. Dont give up dealing with it like fatass has now......

But that isnt the point of my post.  Its that touting the stock market as indicative of how the economy is doing is a red herring.  The market is living on the FED's actions to pump it up and is completely divorced from the real economy. Its valued at 180% of GDP.  Never been that high, ever.

You're a danger to all humans with an actual brain

 

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2 minutes ago, Philly'sFinest said:

You're a danger to all humans with an actual brain

convincing argument, like all the rest.


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5 hours ago, 212frawk said:

What could they have done differently? Well, let's see 

  1. Dont disband pandemic response unit (Global Health Security and Biodefense unit)
  2. Dont pretend it is going to magically disappear
  3. Allow the experts to run the program instead of a sycophant like pence
  4. dont tell people to drink bleach or
  5. Shove a UV lamp up your ass
  6. dont promote ineffective treatments (hydroxychloroquine)
  7. Dont turn the WH into a superspreader
  8. Dont keep telling ppl "we're turning a corner" while the country is exploding with new infections
  9. Dont hold maskless, superspreader rallies that send the message that its ok to ignore the precautions ppl are supposed to take to limit the spread
  10. Dont give up dealing with it like fatass has now......

But that isnt the point of my post.  Its that touting the stock market as indicative of how the economy is doing is a red herring.  The market is living on the FED's actions to pump it up and is completely divorced from the real economy. Its valued at 180% of GDP.  Never been that high, ever.

All of that is conjecture and offers zero proof it would have saved jobs/lives. I can't wait until Biden is sworn in so I can track EVERY covid death and blame it on him.

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1 hour ago, Crinoline said:

All of that is conjecture and offers zero proof it would have saved jobs/lives. I can't wait until Biden is sworn in so I can track EVERY covid death and blame it on him.

All of that is common sense but MAGATs have no sense at all. 
 
as for ByeDon Knock yourself out.  I dgaf 

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2 hours ago, 212frawk said:

All of that is common sense but MAGATs have no sense at all. 
 
as for ByeDon Knock yourself out.  I dgaf 

In Frawks world...common sense is saying whatever talking point any loser Dem is using at the moment.

In reality...he doesn't know what the fuck he's talking about.

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4 hours ago, Crinoline said:

All of that is conjecture and offers zero proof it would have saved jobs/lives. I can't wait until Biden is sworn in so I can track EVERY covid death and blame it on him.

Yep.  By lib definition/precedent all deaths will have to be on BIDEN.  They'll attempt to weasel out of that rationale, though.  No surprise there.  I promise I'll be around to remind them at every juncture, though.

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3 hours ago, Philly'sFinest said:

In Frawks world...common sense is saying whatever talking point any loser Dem is using at the moment.

In reality...he doesn't know what the fuck he's talking about.

Let us not forget Trump attempted to limit flights into our country at the onset of this pandemic and he was decried as a racist. How many lives could that have potentially saved if those "common sense" liberals listened to him?

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