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Rate Mssr. Trump's Performance

  • He is Tremendous. So Strong, So Good

    Votes: 8 8.9%
  • He's a Jackass But He Done Right By Me

    Votes: 11 12.2%
  • He is a Disgrace and Will Be Remembered Poorly

    Votes: 56 62.2%
  • Can We Just Have a Normal POTUS?

    Votes: 8 8.9%
  • I Live a Sheltered Life and I Don't Care

    Votes: 2 2.2%
  • Hillary Did It!

    Votes: 2 2.2%
  • All Things Considered, I'd Prefer a Maine Coon as King

    Votes: 3 3.3%

  • Total voters
    90

FiveThous

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Ok, I appreciate you addressing things and not wanting the discussion to go in a certain direction. Thank you for being honest.

Your feeling is this is the intelligence community or military pushing a narrative to drive us into war with Russia?
Correct, and that the media is carrying water for the CIAs wants, like they always have.

I'll be happy to be proven wrong. If he was briefed when they claimed he was, should be fairly easy to pull that up and release.
 

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Correct, and that the media is carrying water for the CIAs wants, like they always have.

I'll be happy to be proven wrong. If he was briefed when they claimed he was, should be fairly easy to pull that up and release.
So... why do you feel the CIA wants the US to engage in a war with Russia?

I just don't see the logic.
 

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So... why do you feel the CIA wants the US to engage in a war with Russia?

I just don't see the logic.
I don't think logic always makes sense with the CIA. There are a lot of people who would benefit from a war with Russia. All you have to do with all of these foreign political issues is follow the money.
 

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I don't think logic always makes sense with the CIA. There are a lot of people who would benefit from a war with Russia. All you have to do with all of these foreign political issues is follow the money.
If only a very specific paper trail about said money was available, after going 0-6 in lower courts...
 

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no clue how to imbed tweets, but there was a House Repub only briefing in Afghanistan.

incoming talking points.
All you have to do is just copy and paste the link into the text field. The website has radically advanced technology that will make the tweet just kind of appear.

Just messing; but seriously, just paste the link and it will come up — you don’t have to do anything else.
 

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Because of the pandemic or his response to the pandemic?
Because of the pandemic. Trump or anyone on the right in office would have had a hard time making it through this. The media bias that the Left get is a major factor in how the pandemic is portrayed, it was/is a perfect layup for Biden. If he somehow loses (he won’t) I’d be terrified if I was a Democrat.
 

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Because of the pandemic. Trump or anyone on the right in office would have had a hard time making it through this. The media bias that the Left get is a major factor in how the pandemic is portrayed, it was/is a perfect layup for Biden. If he somehow loses (he won’t) I’d be terrified if I was a Democrat.
Interesting thought, but it is his reaction to it that is causing his numbers to drop.

Leaders in crisis typically have their numbers go up, because they typically respond with understanding, defining the issue, lead by science or intelligence(as in intelligence reports, not brain power), defining how we will overcome/beat it, and most importantly: uniting the people against a common issue.

DeWine's, a member of the GOP, numbers are great because he has chosen to be a leader. Governors overall have a 70%-something approval rating last I checked. This includes GOP members. Bush post 9/11 soared.

Trump has continued with his typical playbook of dismissing it, denying it, lying about it, blaming anyone but himself, etc. He fought the pandemic as if it was an opponent that could beat in the ballot box. This is costing him greatly, because people see we have 25% of the worlds deaths yet only 4.25% of the population. And he is continuing to do it, despite it clearly not working.

Just this morning on Fox, Doocy finally implored the president to wear a mask. 'It will set a great example.' Fox news is seeing he is losing because of the way he is fighting this, because he for some reason made wearing masks political.

Lets also not forget this is not happening just in the US, but globally. Johnson, Merkel, Trudeau, etc all had spikes in their polling because of how they reacted to the pandemic.

Trump has his base, and they support him no matter what. The problem with that is that the support he had outside of his base in 2016 is rapidly dropping him. This includes traditionally GOP voters like well-educated white voters, and elderly whites. If this stuff with the bounties turns into anything, he will lose some vets and active military.
 

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Interesting thought, but it is his reaction to it that is causing his numbers to drop.

Leaders in crisis typically have their numbers go up, because they typically respond with understanding, defining the issue, lead by science or intelligence(as in intelligence reports, not brain power), defining how we will overcome/beat it, and most importantly: uniting the people against a common issue.

DeWine's, a member of the GOP, numbers are great because he has chosen to be a leader. Governors overall have a 70%-something approval rating last I checked. This includes GOP members. Bush post 9/11 soared.

Trump has continued with his typical playbook of dismissing it, denying it, lying about it, blaming anyone but himself, etc. He fought the pandemic as if it was an opponent that could beat in the ballot box. This is costing him greatly, because people see we have 25% of the worlds deaths yet only 4.25% of the population. And he is continuing to do it, despite it clearly not working.

Just this morning on Fox, Doocy finally implored the president to wear a mask. 'It will set a great example.' Fox news is seeing he is losing because of the way he is fighting this, because he for some reason made wearing masks political.

Lets also not forget this is not happening just in the US, but globally. Johnson, Merkel, Trudeau, etc all had spikes in their polling because of how they reacted to the pandemic.

Trump has his base, and they support him no matter what. The problem with that is that the support he had outside of his base in 2016 is rapidly dropping him. This includes traditionally GOP voters like well-educated white voters, and elderly whites. If this stuff with the bounties turns into anything, he will lose some vets and active military.
Trump has been hated and targeted by the media since the moment he came down the escalator. He’s been attacked everyday and the goal was removal from office from the moment he was announced the winner.
No leader/President has EVER faced this type of crisis. As Rahm Emanuel said, never let a serious crisis go to waste. By God, they didn’t.
 

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Trump has been hated and targeted by the media since the moment he came down the escalator. He’s been attacked everyday and the goal was removal from office from the moment he was announced the winner.
No leader/President has EVER faced this type of crisis. As Rahm Emanuel said, never let a serious crisis go to waste. By God, they didn’t.
And your response is the exact one the other media outlets want you to say, instead of looking at facts. And please trust me when I tell you I dislike both major parties. I know CNN and the like dramatizes things just as bad as Fox and the others. They all do it. It was the same when Obama was president, Bush, etc.

The media has nothing to do with us being BY FAR the worst country to react to the virus, retweeting people hollering "White Power," ordering peaceful protesters physically removed for pointless photo ops, making fun of disable people, and the countless other unsavory and flat out indefensible things he's done.

His undoing is his own fault. If he loses in November it will be to a guy that would lose in most other election years and frankly one I wouldn't vote for in most election years.
 

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And your response is the exact one the other media outlets want you to say, instead of looking at facts. And please trust me when I tell you I dislike both major parties. I know CNN and the like dramatizes things just as bad as Fox and the others. They all do it. It was the same when Obama was president, Bush, etc.

The media has nothing to do with us being BY FAR the worst country to react to the virus, retweeting people hollering "White Power," ordering peaceful protesters physically removed for pointless photo ops, making fun of disable people, and the countless other unsavory and flat out indefensible things he's done.

His undoing is his own fault. If he loses in November it will be to a guy that would lose in most other election years and frankly one I wouldn't vote for in most election years.
Get out of my head, lol....this is so on point it isn't even funny.


Well said, we need better leadership, Hillary, Trump and Biden is all we have been given a choice of in the last 2 elections, pitifull. The 2 elections before that, Obama, McCain and Romney. I want those choices back.
 

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The media isn't the reason Trump is hated. Trump is hated because he's a gigantic pile of shit.

He was a pile of shit in the 80s when he was acting like a playboy because he was a wealthy New Yorker with Daddy's money.

He was a pile of shit in the 90s when he was bankrupting business after business, and shafting anyone who dared do business with him.

He was a pile of shit in the 00s when he was making up lies about 9/11, and bragging that his building was now the tallest in Manhattan while hanging out with Epstein.

He was a pile of shit in the 10s while starring on the Apprentice while being afraid to actually confront anyone and taping his "You're Fired" scenes off-camera while claiming Barack Obama was a Kenyan sought to destroy this country and demanding his birth certificate.

He continues to be a pile of shit to this day. That is why no president has come into office with the vitriol that is pointed at Trump--because this is a man that, at no time in his entire life, has ever deserved the office in which he currently sits.

Just a reminder...

Can you imagine a leader in the Middle East threatening to use the military to "DOMINATE" peaceful protesters, then police firing into a crowd, beating up press, and gassing the clergymen at the mosque that leader wants walk to for a photo op of him holding the Quran upside down and backwards while grinning like an idiot?

The same thing is happening on our soil. Rise up. Be patriotic. Don't just be a nationalist.
 

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