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In case you haven’t noticed, not everyone is going to Walmart and Home Depot. Sick elderly and fat includes a lot of people.

Why dont you want to make it safe and easy to vote for everyone? Don’t answer, we know why.
BTW let's remember, grocery stores like Walmart never closed. Even for months before most of the country adopted mask mandate.

If covid was truly the deadly virus that sheep have claimed, the workers at walmart should have been decimated. Because sheep told us you wear the mask to protect others, and from Jan-May, most of the country was NOT wearing a mask but they WERE going to Walmart constantly.

Walmart workers should have been wiped out with covid cases.

They never were. Sheep could never explain this. Critical thinkers always knew.
 

BamaFan1137

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In case you haven’t noticed, not everyone is going to Walmart and Home Depot. Sick elderly and fat includes a lot of people.

Why dont you want to make it safe and easy to vote for everyone? Don’t answer, we know why.
Why are you pimping drop off voting so much?

Don't answer, we all know why.

Again, since you're struggling to read, sick and elderly are fine. Everyone else goes to Walmart and Home Depot.
 

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Poor ole sniffer Joe isn't really lying now, to the voters as he's lied to them for 47 years.

It's just that he's so mentally clueless that the doesn't know:
Who he is.
Where he's at.
What office he's running for.
How he got into this untenable position.

He never keeps up with his relatives getting rich (while he takes half) by using his office in traitorous deals.
He doesn't know that his son was influence peddling in the Ukraine.
He doesn't know why the Moscow Mayor's wife paid Hunter 3.5 Million in cash.
He doesn't know why the Communist Chinese gave Hunter 1.5 Billion in loans.
There are just so many things that poor ole Joe doesn't know now days....

And he certainly doesn't realize that sister Nancy Pil-low-see is already putting together the 25th Amendment package to put herself and the Ho in charge of the oval office, IF he get's the cheated Rat votes to be elected.
 
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This is the vegetable 🌽 that @BSC911 @UF_GATOR_FAN @bradleygator are voting for

If you'll notice, whenever he loses his train of thought, he stops and says Look....and what he says next has nothing to do with what he was just talking about.

It's a stalling tactic, he's hoping he can adlib for a few seconds and pick back up where he was, but his mind isn't sharp enough to do it.
 

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Amazing no one around

Reporters almost entirely QUIET while Biden gets a milkshake with his daughter




Tucker touched on this in the opening segment of his show tonight. It's long been apparent the sycophant media and Big Social is not interested in the pursuit of the truth. Like Biden, they've been co-opted by the Chinese government long ago. Goebbels would approve of their tactics however....
 
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So much for Blexit. Everyone is jumping ship.

Former RNC chairman endorses Biden with two weeks left in the election


7:21 AM EDT October 20, 2020


Former Republican National Committee Chairman Michael Steele endorsed Democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden on Tuesday, saying the former vice president "will pursue options that work towards healing the divide" worsened by President Donald Trump
 
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Black activist lawyer Leo Terrell says for the first time in his life he'll vote Republican.

Pastor Darrell Scott says Trump is best for black America in his lifetime. I agree.

Many analysts see Trump getting 18% of the black vote. He got 8% in 2016.
 

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So much for Blexit. Everyone is jumping ship.

Former RNC chairman endorses Biden with two weeks left in the election


7:21 AM EDT October 20, 2020


Former Republican National Committee Chairman Michael Steele endorsed Democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden on Tuesday, saying the former vice president "will pursue options that work towards healing the divide" worsened by President Donald Trump
moderate wishy politician who, since his stint as RNCC chair, has collected checks from MSNBC and Washington Post. Avowed paid shill and Lincoln Project bonehead

he’s going along with his employers
 

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So much for Blexit. Everyone is jumping ship.

Former RNC chairman endorses Biden with two weeks left in the election


7:21 AM EDT October 20, 2020


Former Republican National Committee Chairman Michael Steele endorsed Democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden on Tuesday, saying the former vice president "will pursue options that work towards healing the divide" worsened by President Donald Trump
Disappointed but not terribly surprised at this endorsement. Steele was a rising star in Maryland Republican politics when I lived there 1998-2001. Now he's just a RINO has-been. He's no more relevant than Ann Coulter in defining the GOP Party and where it stands on the issues of the day.

This election is shuffling the deck on people's party allegiances. There have a number of people who have switched from Democrats to the GOP, essentially repudiating Biden.

Long-time folks on this board know that I have long admired Andy McCarthy who posts on National Review. He is someone that you could call a never-Trumper as recently as earlier this year. To his great credit, he now comes out in favor of President Trump's reelection:

 

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Disappointed but not terribly surprised at this endorsement. Steele was a rising star in Maryland Republican politics when I lived there 1998-2001. Now he's just a RINO has-been. He's no more relevant than Ann Coulter in defining the GOP Party and where it stands on the issues of the day.

This election is shuffling the deck on people's party allegiances. There have a number of people who have switched from Democrats to the GOP, essentially repudiating Biden.

Long-time folks on this board know that I have long admired Andy McCarthy who posts on National Review. He is someone that you could call a never-Trumper as recently as earlier this year. To his great credit, he now comes out in favor of President Trump's reelection:

It was the long-legged Mack Daddy and the "smartest" woman in the world who gave us Candace Owens and Blexit. If these two clowns hadn't been such failures, Trump would be off building a building somewhere. The bright among us gets it. The slow does not.
 
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You don't have to get too far into his presidency to find a claim that turned out to be untrue. On Day One, he was already misrepresenting the size of his inauguration crowd.
No he didn't. But the left DID misrepresent the size of his crowd, they showed a pic of obama's crowd AS HE WAS SPEAKING and compared it to a pic of Trump's crowd HOURS BEFORE HE STARTED SPEAKING. Even that clown ted lieu posted that lie.
 

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We are 780 retired Generals, Admirals, Senior Noncommissioned Officers, Ambassadors and Senior Civilian National Security Officials supporting Joe Biden for President.

Also:

William McRaven, the admiral who was in charge of operation Neptune's Spear, as well as a "pro-life, pro-Second Amendment, small-government, strong-defense, and a national-anthem-standing conservative.," endorses Biden in a WSJ article:

https://www.wsj.com/articles/biden-will-make-america-lead-again-11603127677
Similar to another post I’ve made on another board, he can call himself a cab, but he can’t call himself a conservative
 

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We are 780 retired Generals, Admirals, Senior Noncommissioned Officers, Ambassadors and Senior Civilian National Security Officials supporting Joe Biden for President.

Also:

William McRaven, the admiral who was in charge of operation Neptune's Spear, as well as a "pro-life, pro-Second Amendment, small-government, strong-defense, and a national-anthem-standing conservative.," endorses Biden in a WSJ article:

https://www.wsj.com/articles/biden-will-make-america-lead-again-11603127677
Yes I saw that editorial endorsement of Biden by McRaven in the WSJ. The capacity for people, even those who are accomplished as Admiral McRaven, to engage in willful self-deception is astounding. Assuming he holds the pro-life and other conservative beliefs he professes to have, why he would endorse someone who will eviscerate those beliefs upon taking office is a real head scratcher. It’s essentially like a chicken voting for Colonel Sanders.

If he simply stated that he couldn’t vote for Trump and would vote for a write-in instead, I could respect that. I guess one plausible explanation for his endorsement is to jockey for a Defense/NatSec position in the Harris/Biden administration.
 
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You guys are blind. The people that know Trump best know how unfit he is for office.

When it comes to endorsements from national security professionals, Biden is way ahead
This year, it’s different. Democratic nominee Joe Biden is winning far more endorsements from national security professionals and retired flag officers — and by a large margin. Any perception that Republicans have an advantage on national security issues should be erased by looking at who’s backing the two candidates.

On Oct. 1, President Trump released a list of 66 Republican “former national security and senior officials” who have endorsed him. Most of them are not actually senior, and few have any actual national security experience. Mainly it’s a list of Republican apparatchiks, including former Rep. Bob Livingston (who had to quit Congress after a sex scandal); former governor Haley Barbour of Mississippi; Trump’s personal lawyer and former New York mayor Rudolph W. Giuliani; Washington lobbyist and former Trump aide Matt Schlapp; former Heritage Foundation president Edwin J. Feulner; journalist Deroy Murdock (identified as a former member of the Education Department’s advisory board on international educational programs); and John Deming, a former deputy press secretary to John McCain. (They couldn’t even find a former McCain press secretary to back Trump?)

There are, to be sure, a few generals and genuine national security professionals among the Trump endorsers. But what is most notable about this list is who’s not on it. The missing names include former defense secretary Jim Mattis, former national security advisers H.R. McMaster and John Bolton, former White House chief of staff John F. Kelly, former secretary of state Rex Tillerson, former director of national intelligence Daniel Coats and former acting director Joseph Maguire. To be sure, none of these individuals has endorsed Biden — but nor do any of them have anything complimentary to say about the president they served.

Bolton has said Trump is not “fit for office” and doesn’t have “the competence to carry out the job.” Kelly reportedly told friends that Trump “is the most flawed person I have ever met in my life,” and “the depths of his dishonesty is just astounding to me.” McMaster said Trump is “aiding and abetting[Russian President Vladimir] Putin’s efforts” and selling out U.S. security in Afghanistan. Mattis said Trump “is the first president in my lifetime who does not try to unite the American people. . . . Instead, he tries to divide us.” Coats told Bob Woodward that Putin may have “something” on Trump and that Trump “doesn’t know the difference between the truth and a lie.” Tillerson called Trump a “moron” and said the president asked him to “violate the law.”
This is the most scathing verdict on a president ever delivered by his own appointees. It helps to explain why so many national security veterans are backing Biden. The former vice president has the endorsement of 780 retired military officers and national security appointees — nearly 12 times as many as Trump — including storied foreign policy hands, such as former undersecretary of state Nicholas Burns and former deputy secretary of state William J. Burns, who have worked for both Democrats and Republicans.

Even more impressively, the ranks of Biden endorsers include 129 Republicans — prominent ones. See, for example, former director of national intelligence and former U.S. ambassador to the United Nations John Negroponte; former CIA and National Security Agency director Michael Hayden; former CIA and FBI director William Webster; and former undersecretaries of defense Dov Zakheim, Michael Vickers and Eric Edelman. It should tell you something that the Republican all-star team is batting for Biden.
So are the military all-stars. Biden has the support of more than 200 retired admirals and generals, including at least 22 four-stars. (Trump does not have the support of a single four-star flag officer.) Some of those officers are backing Biden after having served under Trump — most prominently Gen. Paul Selva, who served as vice chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff until August 2019. Officers are usually reluctant to get involved in partisan politics, but the stakes are so high this time that many are speaking out.

The latest flag officer to support Biden is retired Adm. William H. McRaven, the former Special Operations commander who oversaw the mission that killed Osama bin Laden. “Truth be told,” he wrote in the Wall Street Journal on Monday, “I am a pro-life, pro-Second Amendment, small-government, strong-defense and a national-anthem-standing conservative.” But he also believes: “We need a president who understands the importance of American leadership, at home and abroad. We need a leader of integrity whose decency and sense of respect reflects the values we expect from our president. We need a president for all Americans, not just half of America.”

That’s a good summary of where things stand. Trump’s incompetence has exacerbated the covid-19 crisis, turning it into one of the largest mass-casualty events in U.S. history. Imagine what he would do if he were to win a second term and confront an equally grave foreign policy crisis. The national security veterans know it’s a risk we can’t run.
 

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