All Things Trump vs the GOP


stocker08

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Unfortunately you have righties like deuce and spoof that will virtue signal by saying soft handed things like "I don't like the guy"....but will be ready and waiting to throw full support behind him when he runs again in 2024. Unprincipled schmucks. The overwhelming majority of the right.
 


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I'm interested to see what happens to Cheney. She certainly isn't playing it safe politically. If she gets primaried, it'll tell you a lot about the direction of the GOP.

Maybe it's what we need - - a third party of neo-lib/neo-con types.
 

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Unfortunately you have righties like deuce and spoof that will virtue signal by saying soft handed things like "I don't like the guy"....but will be ready and waiting to throw full support behind him when he runs again in 2024. Unprincipled schmucks. The overwhelming majority of the right.
How dare you! Sure, Spoof will spend months on here defending the honor of Trump against all slights, real and perceived, leading up to election day. BUT, he will vote for the Libertarian candidate, no matter who they are, even though they have zero chance of winning, and he knows nothing about them or their positions.

2 will vote Trump so hard it breaks the voting machine. But only to own Libs.

Both of them deeply principled.
 


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I'm interested to see what happens to Cheney. She certainly isn't playing it safe politically. If she gets primaried, it'll tell you a lot about the direction of the GOP.

Maybe it's what we need - - a third party of neo-lib/neo-con types.

Looking into this and I thought the house of Representatives had longer than 2 year terms, that's kind of F, you are basically in a perpetual campaign.
 

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Looking into this and I thought the house of Representatives had longer than 2 year terms, that's kind of F, you are basically in a perpetual campaign.
And, imagine being the one rep for Wyoming. That is a lot of ground to cover.
 





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How dare you! Sure, Spoof will spend months on here defending the honor of Trump against all slights, real and perceived, leading up to election day. BUT, he will vote for the Libertarian candidate, no matter who they are, even though they have zero chance of winning, and he knows nothing about them or their positions.

2 will vote Trump so hard it breaks the voting machine. But only to own Libs.

Both of them deeply principled.

Forkin' where art thou???
 






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How dare you! Sure, Spoof will spend months on here defending the honor of Trump against all slights, real and perceived, leading up to election day. BUT, he will vote for the Libertarian candidate, no matter who they are, even though they have zero chance of winning, and he knows nothing about them or their positions.
A) You continue to demonstrate that you have no idea what a simple word like “defend” means. Try Google DHB.

B) You think I was alone in this Country in casting a “not either of those 2” votes? Really? You are out of touch with how most people live their lives Howie. Being a sheep is not something to be proud of.
 

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A) You continue to demonstrate that you have no idea what a simple word like “defend” means. Try Google DHB.

B) You think I was alone in this Country in casting a “not either of those 2” votes? Really? You are out of touch with how most people live their lives Howie. Being a sheep is not something to be proud of.
Twit.
 


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A good example of why Republicans saying they're unsure if Biden was legitimately elected is problematic.
 


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And now, Wisconsin!

By SCOTT BAUER

MADISON, Wis. (AP) — One of Wisconsin’s top Republican lawmakers said Wednesday he is hiring retired police officers to investigate the presidential election won by President Joe Biden in the battleground state.

Assembly Speaker Robin Vos is joining Republicans across the country in their continued push for repeated examinations of ballots. Assembly Republicans passed a resolution in March authorizing an investigation, and they’ve also ordered the state’s nonpartisan audit bureau to look into the election.

Biden defeated Trump by about 20,600 votes in Wisconsin.


The Milwaukee Journal Sentinel first reported Wednesday on Vos hiring the retired police to do the investigation. Vos, in an interview with The Associated Press, said his intent was to get to the bottom of complaints Republicans have received.

“The election is in the rear view mirror,” Vos told the AP. “Do I think there were irregularities? I certainly do.”

A Georgia judge last week awarded a group the chance to review mail ballots in a large Georgia county that includes Atlanta. Officials in a rural Michigan county on Tuesday debated a review of their voting machines. A similar debate has caused sharp divisions in a New Hampshire town. In some cases, the efforts have been inspired by an audit of the votes in Arizona’s Maricopa County, an elaborate exercise engineered by the GOP-led state Senate. The reviews are unlikely to uncover any new revelations about the election.

Vos said the three retired police officers he hired, who will be overseen by an attorney, will have subpoena powers but his intent was not to bring charges against anyone but rather to build evidence for potential law changes. The investigation will be paid for by taxpayers but Vos said he didn’t know how much it would cost.

Vos said he hoped to have results of the investigation by the fall, around the same time that the audit is complete. He said the probe by retired police would be a fair way to look into the complaints Republicans have received.


“The attorney general won’t do it,” Vos said, referring to Democratic Attorney General Josh Kaul. “The Evers administration certainly won’t do it.”

Vos said his goal was to have Evers, who is a Democrat, be persuaded by evidence gathered during the investigation to sign election reform bills into law that the GOP-led Legislature passes.

Ann Jacobs, a Democrat who leads the Wisconsin Elections Commission, told the Journal Sentinel that she’s worried the investigation will undermine confidence in an election that was conducted properly.

“I think it’s unfortunate that the Legislature is using its resources to investigate what has already been thoroughly investigated and it is my hope that instead they could work toward expanding opportunities and ease of voting for Wisconsin voters,” Jacobs said.
https://www.twincities.com/2021/05/26/wisconsin-gop-leader-hires-retired-police-to-probe-election/
 

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Have to do it! Many people believe! But why are they not hiring the Cyber Ninjas?
 




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