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Offline Paul May

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Re: Trump supporters and conspiracy theory - Part 2
« Reply #230 on: July 18, 2020, 06:40:24 PM »
  When do we get to the part where You call me a Racist, Homophobe, Xenowhatever, and on & on?  You HATERS are a 1 Note Cacophony of Fingernails on the chalkboard.
  I see the Biden Campaign is as usual speaking for Fuzzy Joe and claiming the Russkies are currently meddling in the upcoming election. If Putin is in Trump's corner, how can he lose? Maybe you guys better save your energy and sit this one out? You might have a chance 4 years down the road if something were to happen to Putin. Until then, according to Fuzzy Joe, this election is already rigged.

How stupid are you? The fake news media as you call it replays Trump everyday on television. Nothing fake about it. We, the public see, with our own eyes how repugnant he is. The media reports it. Nothing fake about it. Out of ignorance you do the very same thing on this forum. We read your words. You’re a despicable (love that word) human being. How much support have you gotten from anybody on this thread? You’re a minority of one. You’re inappropriate. You’re unintelligible. You’re ignorant. I can go on and on but what’s the point? You provide the ammo everyday. It’s just to easy.

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Re: Trump supporters and conspiracy theory - Part 2
« Reply #231 on: July 18, 2020, 07:57:15 PM »
Storing, did you “consult” on this?hahahaha

Trump unhappy with RNC head Ronna McDaniel for telling him he is out of step with voters: report

Tom Boggioni

In a deep dive into Donald Trump’s sometimes odd relationship with the voters who put him into office, the New York Times reports that the president — whose poll numbers are plummeting — was “displeased” when Republican National Committee head Ronna McDaniel tried to explain to him that he is spending too much time focusing on issues that won’t help him in November.

According to the report, GOP consultants believe Trump has a “caricatured view of what he believes his base wants” that at times belies reality.

According to Liam Donovan, a Republican strategist, the president has a basic understanding of what motivates his base, saying the president has a “preternatural ability to sniff out and tap into what Republicans hate.”

However, he added, “But when it comes to what they’re for, it inevitably comes off like a cartoon version of what a New York billionaire would think conservatives believe.”

With that in mind, the New York Times’ Maggie Haberman reports that aides close to the president are trying to redirect his energies to issues that are concerning to voters but are finding resistance from the president who feels he knows better.

Writing, “A series of events over the years of the Trump presidency has made clear that Mr. Trump views the voters he calls ‘my people’ through the lens of what he imagines they like,” Haberman added that Trump’s botched “walk to a historic church near the White House — a walk for which largely peaceful protesters were cleared out of the way with chemical irritants — was one such moment.”

According to her reporting, Trump and his daughter Ivanka are still puzzled why the photo-op — that was overshadowed by a tear-gas assault on protesters — flopped with the public.

In light of that, campaign professionals like the RNC’s McDaniel have tried to offer some advice.

“In the past weeks, some advisers — including Ronna McDaniel, the chairwoman of the Republican National Committee — have told Mr. Trump he is adopting a losing political stance by defending the Confederate flag at NASCAR events, according to people familiar with the conversations. Mr. Trump has told advisers he’s displeased with such entreaties, including from Ms. McDaniel, according to the people familiar with the conversations,” the report states, adding, “Others have told him that trying to force local school districts to reopen is seen as federal overreach by many conservatives.”

The report goes on to point out that the president has a habit of ignoring advice, pointing to his surprising win in 2016, with Haberman writing, “few Republican elected officials have bucked him, remaining silent and suppressing any discomfort they might feel when he deploys racial demagogy as a favored campaign tool, or uses the presidency to help allies.”

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Re: Trump supporters and conspiracy theory - Part 2
« Reply #232 on: July 18, 2020, 08:27:43 PM »
  Very revealing when HATERS rely on Republican Sources to try and get a feel for public sentiment. This is why the Dem's will lose Nov 3. They have Absolutely No Feel for the Ma & Pa Kettle's across this country. This is because they are obsessed with 1 Thing. Regaining POWER! Death, Destruction, Division, Chaos, whatever is needed to achieve their Goal of Regaining POWER is A-OK with them.
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Re: Trump supporters and conspiracy theory - Part 2
« Reply #233 on: July 18, 2020, 08:50:10 PM »
  Very revealing when HATERS rely on Republican Sources to try and get a feel for public sentiment. This is why the Dem's will lose Nov 3. They have Absolutely No Feel for the Ma & Pa Kettle's across this country. This is because they are obsessed with 1 Thing. Regaining POWER! Death, Destruction, Division, Chaos, whatever is needed to achieve their Goal of Regaining POWER is A-OK with them.

Panic is gripping the Senate races’: Trump’s crumbling poll numbers threaten GOP control of Congress

Sky Palma

Writing in the Los Angeles Times this Friday, Janet Hook says that President Trump’s crumbling support is bad news for the Republican-controlled Senate, and they give Democrats a new opening to win back the presidency as well as Congress.

“Democrats now threaten Republican Senate incumbents in Georgia, Iowa and Montana — states that had seemed reliably red — in addition to Colorado and Arizona, where Democrats have had the advantage for months, and Maine, where GOP Sen. Susan Collins is facing the toughest election in her long career,” Hook writes.

In addition to new finance reports showing Democratic Senate challengers out-raising their opponents, Republicans have to contend with a president who keeps alienating voters with his response to the coronavirus health crisis.

“Panic is gripping the Senate races,” said Rob Stutzman, a California Republican political strategist who is a vocal Trump critic. “A lot of candidates are in a really, really tough spot.”

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Re: Trump supporters and conspiracy theory - Part 2
« Reply #234 on: July 18, 2020, 09:10:12 PM »
  Biden: (1) Defund The Police, (2) NO School Choice. As the Biden campaign Slowly makes their Bernie & AOC positions Known, even the Public Polling will reflect what some already Know. Just wait until Trump starts handing out even More Stimulus $$$ like Santa Claus while also claiming HE wanted to give away more $$. Then comes the Debate(s), and the Maraschino Cherry on top = Durham/Bulldog Bar CRIMINAL Investigation. Biden is gonna mirror a Melting Candle. Come Nov 3, the Wick goes OUT.   
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Re: Trump supporters and conspiracy theory - Part 2
« Reply #235 on: July 18, 2020, 09:15:41 PM »
  Biden: (1) Defund The Police, (2) NO School Choice. As the Biden campaign Slowly makes their Bernie & AOC positions Known, even the Public Polling will reflect what some already Know. Just wait until Trump starts handing out even More Stimulus $$$ like Santa Claus while also claiming HE wanted to give away more $$. Then comes the Debate(s), and the Maraschino Cherry on top = Durham/Bulldog Bar CRIMINAL Investigation. Biden is gonna mirror a Melting Candle. Come Nov 3, the Wick goes OUT.

Just as POTUS does EVERYDAY, you too LIE everyday. Provide ANY link where Biden said he wants to DEFUND the police. I dare you.
People are watching you AGAIN make an azz of yourself. AGAIN.

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Re: Trump supporters and conspiracy theory - Part 2
« Reply #236 on: July 18, 2020, 09:26:15 PM »

  This is what You Guys are forced to do whenever EXPOSED. Start quibbling over semantics. What is a "Mob"? What is "SPYING"? What is a "THUG"? NEVER Fails.  "DIVERTING" is "DEFUNDING" and I can guarantee that Fuzzy Joe/his campaign staff are gonna be held to it. Law & Order vs Anarchy!

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Re: Trump supporters and conspiracy theory - Part 2
« Reply #237 on: July 18, 2020, 09:34:54 PM »
  This is what You Guys are forced to do whenever EXPOSED. Start quibbling over semantics. What is a "Mob"? What is "SPYING"? What is a "THUG"? NEVER Fails.  "DIVERTING" is "DEFUNDING" and I can guarantee that Fuzzy Joe/his campaign staff are gonna be held to it. Law & Order vs Anarchy!

lol. lol. So, you CANNOT provide ANY link. See genius, that’s what makes YOU a liar. You guarantee? lol. I can see why people “seek”
your counsel. You’re a GUARANTEED liar. lol (again).

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Re: Trump supporters and conspiracy theory - Part 2
« Reply #238 on: July 18, 2020, 09:40:16 PM »
  This is what You Guys are forced to do whenever EXPOSED. Start quibbling over semantics. What is a "Mob"? What is "SPYING"? What is a "THUG"? NEVER Fails.  "DIVERTING" is "DEFUNDING" and I can guarantee that Fuzzy Joe/his campaign staff are gonna be held to it. Law & Order vs Anarchy!

Just how idiotic does one have to be to still parrot the false narrative that Biden wants to defund the police, even after Trump himself went down in flames and completely embarrased himself in the interview with Chris Wallace, when he made the same claim and could not prove it despite having his staff getting him a copy of the Biden/Sanders charter? Pathetic!

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Re: Trump supporters and conspiracy theory - Part 2
« Reply #239 on: July 18, 2020, 09:49:31 PM »

   Gotcha! Here You are making Fools outta yourselves being Unable to explain what "Diverting" means. Why? Because Diverting = DEFUNDING. Unless of course, YOU also wanna claim that Willie Sutton was also "Diverting".
    Just gotta leg slapping POLL courtesy of Jimbo. If YOU only knew.

 

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