Meh. I just read that article, and it's mostly Piers Morgan trying to recharacterize DeSantis's comments in as inflammatory a manner as possible. To be clear, I'm team Trump for 2024, not team DeSantis. But I'd encourage people to read that article carefully, and look at how Morgan is trying to throw gasoline on the fire.
People who don't want either one of them to have any political future are going to try to turn the primaries into a salacious mud wrestling match between the two. Falling for that tactic only weakens and divides us. Morgan wants this to be a blistering attack even when it's not, because he's trying to be a self-important jerk. Yes, punches will be thrown. That's part of the process of running for president. But watch out for disingenuous characterizations designed to make us turn off our brains, and react emotionally.
You're both right. They hate him because he stands to block their planned destruction of our country, and also because they know he has an exceptional ability to stop them. Godspeed, President Trump. We're praying for you, and for all Americans.
I agree, and to be honest, one could make the point that this is even bigger than Trump. Obviously he's the current target. But the larger message from the Dems/Uniparty is that the American people no longer get to choose their candidates. They're saying some candidates will be ruled out, by the unelected power cabal intends to reshape the country.
Conservatives who are wobbly on Trump should pay attention, because they'll do this to any future candidate that threatens their power moves. People who think "things would be easier without lightning-rod Trump as the nominee" are being short-sighted.
Yeah, I didn't consider abbreviations when I picked that username! :-)
I guess it's all they can find. I think the GA case about Trump's phone call was dealt a serious blow by that idiot woman chosen to be the grand jury foreman, after she did her media tour, and exposed how biased that allegation is. So maybe they kicked the ball to Manhattan.
Thanks for the post, fren. I'm sure glossed over some other important points, but hopefully other pedes with more detailed info can add what I left out.
It's ridiculous that we're being forced to focus on something stemming from an allegation about a relationship in 2006, when we're being invaded at the southern border, and the guy pretending to be president is being exposed for accepting millions of dollars from the CCP.
In the last days of the 2016 campaign, Trump's weasel lawyer Cohen advised Trump to pay porn star Stormy Daniels to hush up her allegations they had a relationship in 2006. Cohen was sentenced to 3 years prison for a bunch of crimes, including violating campaign finance laws by hiding payments to Daniels. In spite of Cohen's claims, he hasn't been able to show his actions were a result of Trump's direction.
Stormy Daniels filed a libel lawsuit against Trump, and she lost on appeal. As a result she owes Trump $300K, and hasn't ever paid him.
This Soros-installed Manhattan DA, Alvin Bragg, is trying to point to the payment to Daniels as a felony mishandling of business records. The statute of limitations has run out on the misdemeanor charge, so Bragg has to try to make it into a felony, and even then he's pushing the time limit. Of course it's nothing more than another political prosecution to take down Trump, but NY is full of Trump haters, so I don't know what will happen.
All of this is so long ago, I had to look up the details too. We have real things that matter to focus on right now, but the left is going back in time to find any way they can to stop Trump.
This is how leftists respond, punishing each other to enforce blind group loyalty. One of the things that stood out to me about TheDonald.win (I found it in 2016) was how much everybody helped each other understand developments, without question. And certainly without ridicule. Share the info you have. That's what we do here.
You nailed it; thank you for your post.
I'll say a prayer for you and your kid(s) that they wind up with the home that is the best and safest for them.
I love them for doing that too. I think that's one reason the left hated Trump from the start as well; he used nicknames (and brutal honesty) to make fun of his opponents in both parties. The left thinks they have an exclusive right to ridicule people ("deplorables"). But it works both ways.
I agree; you can't really enjoy the above video, even when you appreciate the talent, because the reality of the topic is so dark. Gallows humor.
I've wondered about that too. I'd like to know what Tucker is telling his overlords, behind the scenes, and how they're restricting him. I've concluded that nobody is "pure" in this fight, but I hope Tucker's principles win out in the end, and he delivers the truth as his team uncovers it.
I thought Tucker's strongest point last night was that McConnell is on the same side as the J6 committee clowns. Maybe that was a tell that some people will finally notice?
That's the salt in the wound, for me. I don't think they'll ever be held accountable. But if we can get the truth out so far more than 60% understand what took place, that helps.
Yeah, Tucker didn't deliver what I expected last night either. I thought this would be a bigger reveal than on Monday. Then I remind myself that the Murdochs (and people like Paul Ryan, on the board) won't do anything that appears to help Trump. Maybe Tucker is walking a line to feed this out more slowly than we want. I hate to settle for that, but we all know who Fox is.
I think I'm equally frustrated with Kevin McCarthy's decision to only spoon feed the videos to Fox. It's all upsetting, because this is a huge truth that has to come out. People are sitting in prison because of this lie. They used this lie to cover a stolen election that permanently damaged my country.
Ridicule is one of the tools we have to keep using to point out the absolute insanity that's tearing the country apart. The Babylon Bee never quits, and I respect that.
Wow, I missed the first half, but it sounds like I really didn't miss anything. What a disappointment. Fox yanked his leash?
He's so relaxed, confident, and positive in this speech. He sounds like he's already won the 2024 election. His tone alone gives me hope and energy.
Georgia grand jury foreman: "a rather bizarre young woman..." LOL
Good job pede, and I wanted to thank you for posting. You give the rest of us the strength to face tough challenges, when you show you're stepping up to do it yourself.
Amen. I think this country is being driven towards a spiritual awakening.
Absolutely, that's the state's intention, no matter what. I'm pretty pessimistic about any of the AZ elected officials, at this point, in either party.
The truth has to come out. I think it will; if you have a chance to watch the above interview, you'll see that Thaler comes across as absolutely determined, and no quitter. He says he's had six attempts on his life. I hope he can bring more to light, so other prominent voices can run with it, as you say.
I understand your points, and you're right that public involvement is critical. The people need to know how their country is being stolen.
Thaler did a long interview with Gail Golec yesterday (link below) and he said something I really didn't want to hear...but I think it's probably right. This cartel infiltration into the upper levels of many state governments won't be fixed quickly. He says AZ will probably need to be saved from the outside (federal involvement) because the corruption is far too entrenched for it to be reversed by people working within the state. And we know how likely federal involvement is, right now.
My point is, it's probably very risky for Trump or Lake to take a leap of faith based on statements presented at a hearing, before they have hard evidence that these allegations of illegality are solid. The two women that Thaler identified as being the primary cartel launderers in his investigation are his estranged/divorced(?) wife (mother of his missing five year old son) and his ex-mother-in-law. He's also in a relationship with the woman that made the presentation at the AZ Senate (she's open about that, on her Facebook page.) Right now I think odds are best that Thaler's allegations about the cartel are on target. For me, the info fits. But I also think there are some questions that need to be answered, and a few elephants in the room that could affect overall credibility. I doubt Lake (or anyone) has been given enough hard evidence from Thaler to file a suit yet.
Please understand: I'm not saying he's wrong; I suspect he's right. I'm just saying there's still a lot we don't know, and hopefully he can provide more in the way of hard evidence.
Trying to run this down, Trump gave "presidential commendations" to a group of 52 people, on his last day in office, for their efforts in Operation Warp Speed. Fauci was among those 52. Try as I might, I can't figure out yet if a presidential commendation means a medal. Maybe, but I don't know. Here's the list: