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Wow...90%. I think you‘ve got them confused with CNN and MSNBC.

Diverse opinions are routine on FNC. They debate both sides. A lefty basically says as much and you can’t recognize it.
HAHAHAHA! Fonks News is the CNN of the right. Get over it.
 

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HAHAHAHA! Fonks News is the CNN of the right. Get over it.
Well, that’s progress coming from you.

Who was the Jim Acosta, Kaitlyn Collins, and Jeremy Diamond (CNN WH reporters) harassing President Obama and the WH Press secretary for Fox News? Want to compare incidents of disrespect?
 

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Well, that’s progress coming from you.

Who was the Jim Acosta, Kaitlyn Collins, and Jeremy Diamond (CNN WH reporters) harassing President Obama and the WH Press secretary for Fox News? Want to compare incidents of disrespect?
Sorry.....don't spend 14 hours per day watching cable news. And lol at "harassing". Such victims.
 

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Well, that’s progress coming from you.

Who was the Jim Acosta, Kaitlyn Collins, and Jeremy Diamond (CNN WH reporters) harassing President Obama and the WH Press secretary for Fox News? Want to compare incidents of disrespect?
Obama didn't spend every press conference lying, insulting and bullying reporters. Dry you crocodile tears, hypocrite.
 

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Obama didn't spend every press conference lying, insulting and bullying reporters. Dry you crocodile tears, hypocrite.
Why would Obama fight players on his team? Those CNN WH reporters I named attacked Trump. Trump rarely fires at anyone that doesn’t attack him. I can’t think of one that hasn’t been return fire. Can you?
 

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Another interesting article today in the STrib: https://www.startribune.com/counter...epublicans-to-take-your-party-back/570606772/

This will be the foundation of the "great migration".

Reasonable people in the GOP, and there are plenty of them, will leave the Trumpian, 4chan filth that now controls the party, and will come to an agreement with reasonable, centrist people in the Democratic party.

The more left leaning in the Democratic party will leave, and join the newer generations in the Dem-Jus-Soc party (Democratic Justice Socialist).


Those will respectively be the new "right" and "left" in American politics.
 
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My four year old announced the other day: “Joe Biden is hiding in his basement”

(I think he had heard something on the radio, but I appreciated the update)
 

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Good point, but FNC has never had WH reporters attack any president like CNN has attacked Trump. Never will.
CNN = Breitbart. I'm sure Obama would be calm cool and collected at some of the gotcha questions a Breitbart would ask. And yes, Trump is a different animal, he's thin skinned and combative. But if he got the adoring media coverage of Obama, guess what? He'd be charming and cordial and maybe even presidential.
So yeah, Trump is a little different, but the media is radically different.
 

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Then stop watching and talking about CNN.

Seems like even a child could figure that out.
 

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Then stop watching and talking about CNN.

Seems like even a child could figure that out.
I tend to watch it to find out how fu----d we are. It tends to be the car accident thing, also. You can't take your eyes off it.

I turned it on now and some Dana Crazy, attorney general from Michigan, is just going off that trump didn't wear a mask today in Michigan. Holy overreaction. It's almost as great as the entertainment here.

You can watch a post here, then see lemon or cuomo and laugh twice as hard.
 
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Why would Obama fight players on his team? Those CNN WH reporters I named attacked Trump. Trump rarely fires at anyone that doesn’t attack him. I can’t think of one that hasn’t been return fire. Can you?
"Attacked." Please. A couple of them pushed the line. Most of them just had the gall to call out his obvious lies and inane ramblings.
 

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In the post-Obama era, they need to get their rage/victimhood fix somewhere...
rage/victimhood?

You can watch late night entertainment early. I can't believe some of the nutballs and discussions on there.

Rage......LMAO
 

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Howie, these polls are a house of cards. Bunker Joe Bumblefuk is hiding away from public view, shooting a few scripted videos every so often and avoiding any serious questions.

BJB keeps criticizing Trump for not doing things that have already been started, like the Farmers to Families Food Box Program:

Biden, who has been trying to make the case that Trump has broadly mishandled the COVID-19 crisis, said USDA should have acted sooner to buy up surplus crops and milk.

“The federal government should be purchasing milk from dairy farmers that lost their big purchasers like restaurants and schools and have been badly hit by this terrible trade policy that made no sense,” Biden said.

USDA has, in fact, started doing just that. The department last Friday launched a $3 billion Farmers to Families Food Box program, fashioned within several weeks, to deliver meat, fresh produce, milk and dairy products directly to needy people at locations across the country. At some delivery sites, cars lined for four miles or more to pick up the family-size boxes of food. Biden didn't mention the program, if he was aware of it.


As the economy re-opens and does so successfully and moderate voters start real evaluation of which direction the country should go, these polls will be ancient history.
 

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Howie, these polls are a house of cards. Bunker Joe Bumblefuk is hiding away from public view, shooting a few scripted videos every so often and avoiding any serious questions.

BJB keeps criticizing Trump for not doing things that have already been started, like the Farmers to Families Food Box Program:

Biden, who has been trying to make the case that Trump has broadly mishandled the COVID-19 crisis, said USDA should have acted sooner to buy up surplus crops and milk.

“The federal government should be purchasing milk from dairy farmers that lost their big purchasers like restaurants and schools and have been badly hit by this terrible trade policy that made no sense,” Biden said.

USDA has, in fact, started doing just that. The department last Friday launched a $3 billion Farmers to Families Food Box program, fashioned within several weeks, to deliver meat, fresh produce, milk and dairy products directly to needy people at locations across the country. At some delivery sites, cars lined for four miles or more to pick up the family-size boxes of food. Biden didn't mention the program, if he was aware of it.


As the economy re-opens and does so successfully and moderate voters start real evaluation of which direction the country should go, these polls will be ancient history.
All polls are a snapshot in time. But being down 9 in Wisconsin, 8 in Michigan and 7 in Arizona when you have win ALL of them isn't good. No matter how much spin you want to put on it. Also, Trump approval rating is -8.1, lowest since March 11th.

But all is well! He'll cruise to an easy win because Joe Biden's not holding campaign rallies. Or something.
 

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All polls are a snapshot in time. But being down 9 in Wisconsin, 8 in Michigan and 7 in Arizona when you have win ALL of them isn't good. No matter how much spin you want to put on it. Also, Trump approval rating is -8.1, lowest since March 11th.

But all is well! He'll cruise to an easy win because Joe Biden's not holding campaign rallies. Or something.
Biden can certainly win. But RIGHT NOW is OF COURSE when his poll numbers are going to be best. He's not talking, which is his strong suit. And we are in the midst of an unprecedented bad economic event in US history. There is no president whose poll numbers would be doing well right now. But Trump is actually holding pretty steady. Now, things can get even worse of course, and you will be cheering it on. But there is a whole lot of opportunity for Trump going forward, and a whole lot of opportunity for Biden to fall on his face.
 

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https://www.nytimes.com/2020/05/22/briefing/joe-biden-china-coronavirus-your-friday-briefing.html

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And yet Warren has emerged as a serious candidate to be Biden’s vice president, as Adam Nagourney and Jonathan Martin explain.

To understand why, I think it helps to look at political history. As strange a pair as Biden and Warren might seem, they also might be the ticket that most closely matches successful previous tickets.

When pundits talk about the selection process, they often imagine that a vice-presidential nominee can excite voters from the same state or demographic group. But there is little evidence that’s true.

In 2016, Tim Kaine didn’t seem to help Hillary Clinton win more white men. In 2012, Paul Ryan didn’t help Mitt Romney win Wisconsin, and John Edwards didn’t win North Carolina in 2004 for John Kerry.

Only one strategy has a long track record of success: ticket balancing. Winning presidential candidates have often chosen running mates with obviously different political personas — who shore up weaknesses at the top of a ticket.


Consider: Donald Trump, a divorced reality-television star, chose a religious conservative. Barack Obama and George W. Bush, both worried about seeming inexperienced, chose party elders. Ronald Reagan, who was labeled a radical conservative, chose an establishment figure: George H.W. Bush. (Bush’s harsh earlier criticism of Reagan — for “voodoo economics” — is reminiscent of the Biden-Warren history, Adam Nagourney told me.)

Biden’s biggest weakness among the Democratic coalition is young, progressive voters. And many of them are Warren fans. Stan Greenberg, a top Democratic pollster who has pushed for Warren, recently told the Biden campaign that such voters were “dangerously not” united behind Biden.

Biden has multiple options for vice president (and in future newsletters, I’ll focus on others, like Kamala Harris and Amy Klobuchar). If anything, though, the candidate who seems most different from him may be the one who’s historically most typical.

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Joe Biden- "then you ain't black"

LOL Back to the basement Joe!
 
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