Hunter's emails

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Yawn. Get back to me when there is an anonymous source telling the Atlantic. Then folks will listen.
There are hypocrites, then there are extreme hypocrites like you and the MSM that have a complete outline of detail and bury their heads in the sand while the truth is right there for them to read.

I wish a leaked story, this time totally unsubstantiated, would come out on Mike Pence taking a million dollars under the table from the Saudis in return for government favors and us aid on an unpopular political hot button. Then watch the MSM swoop into action. Too predictable.
 
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Hunter, showing off his "Finger Lakes" tatoos, and a bit more. This is one strange puppy...

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Even bga1 doesn't worship Trump as much as Seb Gorka and here's what Gorka thinks about this story



The entire "Hunter's emails" thing is nothing but a clumsy Trump campaign smear tactic.

Its all BS, and that's been obvious to anyone with more than an 85 IQ since about 10 minutes after the NYPost hit piece was published.

That ostensibly "reasonable" people ever gave this a second look, much less continue to today, says all you need to know about such people. Shills. Frauds.

I mean, folks like Beeg, 45, and the fellas aren't bright enough to know they're being played.

But there are posters here who know this is all BS, and still continue to shill.

That's not a lack of smarts, thats a lack of integrity.
 

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This is the dumbest post of 2020 and perhaps by a long shot. And you create some pretty stiff competition for yourself, I have to say....
In Trump World, the complete absence of evidence is also evidence. Reality is whatever you want it to be. Stupid to the nth degree.
 

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> Trust me when I say that if I could, I would be voting for people closest to the middle, people who would work with everyone else to better us all.

Sounds like you want something similar to Brett Weinstein's idea of a new Unity party. He had 2020 in mind but that was insanely over-optimistic, so 2024 might be a more rational goal.

> The radicalism of the Primary process is contributing strongly to our split. Abolish it.

Well, when you have an incumbent who has done as many things to help the country as Trump has, I guess it's a done deal for the Republican Party (no matter how much some people hate his mannerisms).

But for the Dems, the primary process sure failed them bigly this time around. You had the only semi-centrist-sounding candidate being (maybe) Amy, but she's as boring as watching tea brew.

Among the rest of em, they all seemed to want to out-socialist each other to the point of making the debates seem like a bunch of crazy people all trying to shout each other down. Medicare for all? Medicare is the most poorly designed, f-ed up system ever invented by mankind, and it just barely hangs together (while processing only the subset of people over 65) thanks to great efforts from our (health) insurance industry (which, by the way, the screamers were all proposing to eliminate that entire efficient industry with one signature, when they should be asking that industry to help them design something much better than medicare for all to provide a baseline medical coverage for everybody but still allow people to buy additional insurance from the industry, perhaps partly paid by your employer). Not only are primaries a horrible idea for selecting presidential candidates, primary debates are a ridiculously stupid way to redesign health-care policy. Kinda-like, let's let a dozen or so of the stupidest (copy-cat) people in the country stand up by podiums with microphones, and while standing there, let them make the worst possible decisions possible about what our future health-care system should look like. Sheesh.

The Dem primary debates, all by themselves, were just about enough to convince me that I couldn't vote for a Democrat. They were all a bunch of blathering idiots on that stage!

Then out of all the (admittedly bad) options that they had, the Dems settle on the absolute worst choice, with the second-worst choice being picked for running mate? WTF? Not only that, they picked somebody who has Alzheimers and can't remember who he's running against, or where he is, or what's his stance on fracking. And has to be hopped up on drugs to make it through a debate.

The historians will truly agree with @cncmin that the year 2020 marks the time that we truly discovered that the primary process is broken.

Maybe we should abandon primaries and just go to a ranked-choice voting system in which, if your first choice (in your state) doesn't come in the top two, your vote is allocated to your next choice. The top two in each state get the state's electoral votes allocated among them on a pro-rated basis. Then the state's electoral votes are merged in the electoral college, again using ranked-choice at the electoral-college level.

It's complicated, but it eliminates that ridiculous primary business.

The top-two electoral-college vote-getters would become President and Vice President. They would have to work together, even if they hated each other. So things would be more centrist and less partisan. This is actually the way the founding fathers started things out initially. Then they invented political parties, and politics has gone to hell in a handbasket ever since - especially after the invention of PACs that let business interests have an infinite number of ($) votes while the people are limited to one vote each.
I apologize, CDTN, but your posts are loonier, more disturbing, and, therefore, less interesting to me all the time. I used to pore through them, now I gag and can’t continue. You were more interesting when you wrote using facts and logic.
 

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I apologize, CDTN, but your posts are loonier, more disturbing, and, therefore, less interesting to me all the time. I used to pore through them, now I gag and can’t continue. You were more interesting when you wrote using facts and logic.
Haha, you would certainly no loony and disturbing. Dumbest guy on GH.
 

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I apologize, CDTN, but your posts are loonier, more disturbing, and, therefore, less interesting to me all the time. I used to pore through them, now I gag and can’t continue. You were more interesting when you wrote using facts and logic.
His posts in the covid thread are usually worth a read. Except when discussing the origins bit. That's all straight conspiracy theory stuff.

The rest of his posts here are all straight conspiracy theory, dark web/4chan stuff. Big no thanks.
 

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Haha, you would certainly no loony and disturbing. Dumbest guy on GH.
You are pissing USAF off here, he wants that ribbon! I gotta admit though CNNc is in the game for dumbest....
 

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You are pissing USAF off here, he wants that ribbon! I gotta admit though CNNc is in the game for dumbest....
Slow down, give it some thought, and try again, beeg.

Form complete thoughts, then write them down, using a subject and a verb. Remember? You worked on that with the nice teacher just last week.
 

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There are hypocrites, then there are extreme hypocrites like you and the MSM that have a complete outline of detail and bury their heads in the sand while the truth is right there for them to read.

I wish a leaked story, this time totally unsubstantiated, would come out on Mike Pence taking a million dollars under the table from the Saudis in return for government favors and us aid on an unpopular political hot button. Then watch the MSM swoop into action. Too predictable.
Taking money from the Saudis is more of a Trump thing.
 

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Taking money from the Saudis is more of a Trump thing.
Not to mention family taking money from the Chinese.

Or having a $400m bank account IN CHINA while president.
 

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1. So, the emails/laptop are real now?
2. How is Joe offering financial support to Hunter “a blow” to the theory?
3. So, the emails/laptop are real now?
1) I never said the laptop wasn't real.
2) If Hunter was the bag man for Joe, why would Joe be providing money to Hunter?
3) This is the Daily Caller.
4) " But so far we've found nothing on the drive indicating Joe Biden was cashing out from his son's foreign business dealings. "
 

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1. So, the emails/laptop are real now?
2. How is Joe offering financial support to Hunter “a blow” to the theory?
3. So, the emails/laptop are real now?
When did JTF give up on Russian disinformation??

These are the guys you are up against Spoofin. The only way to stop the lying is to vote against them.
 

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When did JTF give up on Russian disinformation??

These are the guys you are up against Spoofin. The only way to stop the lying is to vote against them.
LOL.

I'm going to bump this thread every month for the next 4 years to rub your nose in it. And to remind everyone what fools you (and the fellas, including spoof) are. How you peddled this ridiculous BS.

By the way, it'll be the only mention of this BS anywhere. Forgotten like Trump's promised health care plan.

But I'll make sure it's remembered here on GH, beeg.
 

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2) If Hunter was the bag man for Joe, why would Joe be providing money to Hunter?
Well, I know lots of lots of people who have lost fortunes. Think professional athletes. Now, figure in a drug addiction as well. Not far fetched that Hunter could be down on his luck - despite making a fortune in this situation.
 

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huh.

No posts since the election.

Coincidence I'm sure. Couldn't be that the "issue's" usefulness expired on election day, I'm sure.
 

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I hear Hunter is in the running for Jared Kushners position....
Or is it Ivanka's?
I forget...😆
 

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spoof? Haven't seen you here in a while...
 
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