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Online Richard Smith

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Re: Streets of Philadelphia
« Reply #400 on: January 12, 2023, 07:35:56 PM »
For sheer hypocrisy and hubris, there may be nothing in political history that can compare to Biden's assessment of Trump's handling of classified documents with his own situation:

"By the way, my Corvette's in a locked garage, so it's not like they're sitting out on the street,"

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« Reply #401 on: January 13, 2023, 02:32:55 PM »
The tangled web of lies and corruption are all finally coming home to Biden, Inc.  A recent explanation for the classified documents ending up among his personal papers is that Biden continued to travel until the very last day as VP.  His office was in chaos and never properly shutdown because he was not in the country.  And where was he?  Ukraine.  The same country where his son was making millions.  For some inexplicable reason, Biden felt the need to travel around the world on his last days as VP instead of overseeing his departure from government.  What was so important?  Another explanation is that Biden is getting "Cuomed" by Dems.  They put up a white male to get elected and then sabotage him to get into office some radical who could not otherwise be elected.  The "leak" to the press about the classified documents no doubt came from a Kamala insider trying to force Biden out.  Karma.

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« Reply #402 on: January 13, 2023, 08:27:48 PM »
The most disastrous week in the history of any US president since Watergate just won't end.  On top of everything else, the record spending on COVID, Inflation "reduction" and Ukraine has brought the country to bankruptcy.  And most of that money was stolen or wasted for nothing.  Absolutely brutal. 

"U.S. to begin ‘extraordinary measures’ to stay under debt limit"

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« Reply #403 on: January 14, 2023, 02:56:08 PM »
What a week for Old Joe:
 
First, his inept administration bungles the handling of the airlines again and brings air travel to a grinding halt around the entire country. 

Second, someone leaks that he had classified info in his private office. Likely his own VP or some other high-ranking Dem to pressure him not to run in 2024.  This just after Biden has pontificated for months about Trump's handling of such documents.

Third, Biden fails to reveal the fact that even more documents had been found in his home.  Once it is known, Biden humiliates himself with an idiotic comment about the documents being in a locked garage along with his Corvette. 

Fourth, some of the documents are top secret. 

Fifth, the whole mess shines a light on the corruption and influence peddling going on at the "Penn Biden Center." 

Sixth, we learn from Biden's incompetent Treasury Secretary that the country is bankrupt and requires "extraordinary measures" to pay its obligations.  Likely meaning an ugly battle in Congress that could cripple the economy even further. 

Seventh, the war in Ukraine has taken a turn for Russia despite sending over $100 billion to Ukraine.  Three times the entire annual Russian military budget with no end in sight or even an articulated way to bring it to an end.  More money is needed.  Sound familiar?

Eighth, a special counsel is named to investigate Biden, Inc. 

Ninth, the Republicans are beginning their investigations into his corruption.  And on and on.  The worst week for any president since Watergate. 
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« Reply #404 on: January 15, 2023, 11:51:12 AM »
4 years of economic disaster from Donald Trump has destroyed America.


HUH??? Until COVID hit, Trump had given us the best economy we had seen in nearly 30 years. For the first time in decades, manufacturing jobs rose considerably (they were nearly flatline under Obama). Black, Hispanic, Asian, and female unemployment hit new lows under Trump. Thanks to the Trump tax cuts, middle-income Americans received their biggest tax cut in over 30 years. Also thanks to the Trump tax cuts, American capital parked overseas began to return to the U.S. to the tune of hundreds of billions of dollars. And on and on we could go.

That's why the overwhelming majority of Americans elected Joe Biden to clean up this disaster.

Phew! You call a margin of 51.3% to 46.8% an "overwhelming majority"? Really? 25 states for Biden to 25 states for Trump is an "overwhelming majority"? Really?

And let's take a cursory look at some odd facts about Biden's supposed vote total:

* The amazing fact that the mail-in ballot rejection rates in the 2020 election were two to 10 times lower than in any previous election, varying by state, even though the 2020 election had a record number of such ballots.

* The fact that Biden somehow got 16 million more votes than Hillary got in 2016, even though Trump got 12 million more votes than he got in 2016, even though Trump sizably increased his share of the black vote, the Hispanic vote, and the Asian vote, and even though Trump increased his share of the overall male vote and the overall female vote.

According to the NYT exit polls, compared to 2016, Trump's share of the black vote rose by 50% (from 8% to 12%); his share of the Hispanic vote rose by 10% (from 29% to 32%); his share of the Asian vote rose by 17% (from 29% to 34%); and his share of "other" minorities rose by 11% (from 37% to 41%). And those four voting blocks accounted for 34% of all voters in the election.

What's more, Trump's share of the white vote rose by 1.7% (from 57% to 58%), and white voters accounted for 67% of all voters. Surprisingly (at least to some)--and, again, this is according to the NYT exit polls--Trump's share of the LGBT vote rose by a whopping 96% (from 14% to 27%), and LGBT voters accounted for 7% of all voters.

So we can readily see where and how Trump got 12 million more votes than he got in 2016. But it is not at all apparent where Biden could have gotten the extra millions of votes that were credited to him.

* The fact that Biden broke Obama's 2008 vote-total record by a whopping 12 million votes but won 336 fewer counties than Obama won. When Obama broke the record for number of votes received in 2008, he won 873 counties, but Biden won only 537 counties. So we are supposed to believe that Biden shattered Obama's record by 12 million votes but won 336 fewer counties than Obama won. How does that math work, especially given the fact that the recent census shows that the majority of counties in the U.S. dropped in population over the preceding 10 years?

Nor has anyone been able to rationally explain how Biden could have gotten 16 million more votes than Hillary got in 2016 even though he won only 50 more counties than she did (537 to 487), and though he won substantially smaller shares of the black vote, the Hispanic vote, the Asian vote, and the "other" minority vote, and smaller* shares of the white vote and the LGBT vote, than Hillary did.

* The fact that an audit ordered by the Arizona Senate found evidence that 200,000 mail-in ballots had signature mismatches--i.e., the signature on the ballot did not match the signature on file. Biden "won" Arizona by just 11K votes.

* The fact that in Wisconsin, which Biden "won" by just 20K votes, a special counsel investigation found that 91 nursing homes had an astounding, unprecedented voter turnout rate of 95-100%. Investigators interviewed family members of many of the seniors in those nursing homes, and they repeatedly insisted that their loved ones were in no condition to vote and had not voted in years.

* The fact that Republicans clobbered Democrats in state legislative races in NH, GA, and WI, running up large majorities in both chambers in those states, yet somehow Trump supposedly lost those states.

* The videos showing election workers illegally preventing GOP election observers from entering voting facilities. We know that at least, at the very least, well over 600,000 ballots in PA alone were counted without any observers being present.

* The videos showing election workers illegally covering the windows of voting centers to prevent GOP observers from even observing the vote-counting through windows.

* The videos showing GOP election observers being illegally forced to sit 50-100 feet away from vote-counting areas.

* The video showing election workers in the largest vote-counting facility in GA (the State Farm Arena in Atlanta) pulling out crates of ballots and counting them late at night after GOP election observers had departed.

* The numerous sworn statements from election observers documenting cases of election workers ignoring obvious differences in mail-in ballot signatures and envelopes, ignoring major missing information on mail-in ballots, and scanning ballots multiple times, among other violations.
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Re: Streets of Philadelphia
« Reply #405 on: January 19, 2023, 09:03:41 PM »
Maybe Alec Baldwin, Hunter, and Avenatti can pass the time in prison by sewing a quilt.  Karma is a beach as they say.  Trump was right about all these dirtbags. 

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« Reply #406 on: January 20, 2023, 01:41:48 PM »
Another record for Old Joe!  250,000 illegal immigrants were encountered in December.  The most in history.  Approximately 5 million since Old Joe opened the border.   That's ten times the population of the state of Wyoming with no end in sight.  Way to go Brandon!

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« Reply #407 on: January 22, 2023, 12:47:50 AM »
And even more classified documents!  Unreal.  Old Joe is heading to the big house with Hunter.

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