1. #83021
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    Quote Originally Posted by UnifiedDivide View Post
    Please, pleeeaaaaase do this.
    Ah, yes, announcing "I am fighting Twitter so bigly, that I will take on Disney and Amazon too!" That's something sane people do.

    Unfortunately...I think this is the last we'll hear of it. Simply put, Trump doesn't have any money and doesn't seem to have friends with money. DWAC stock price rose within seconds of Musk suggesting he won't buy Twitter, but rose back above $40. Not fifty, forty. As in "if you think CyberTrump 2077 can take on Twitter, you've had one too many forties".

    Trump doesn't have enough money to make FatFlix. Trump doesn't have enough marketing draw to bring in investors to make FatFlix. I'm not even sure Trump has enough money to compete with The Boys Season 1, so his chance against NetFlix, Disney, or Amazon are lower than his walking speed.

    Without investors to spend other people's money on his property, Trump will quietly abandon the project. I mean, look how close he came to abandoning his current one. How many times has Trump posted in the last...let's say "week"? The last one I can find is

    Happy Mother's Day to all, including Racist, Vicious, Highly Partisan, Politically Motivated, and Very Unfair Radical Left Democrat Judges.
    No, really. That's an exact quote. He then goes on to say how the judges in his own cases claim there's no case. Also known as "lying".

    So no, he's not going to do this. He can't do it himself, and he no longer has the ability to make other people do it for him and give him credit. He announced this grand idea, then it will quietly vanish forever like his wedding vows or good cholesterol.

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    https://thehill.com/news/campaign/34...hink-thats-me/

    Republican Pennsylvania Senate candidate Kathy Barnette on Thursday denied writing a tweet that claimed “pedophilia is a Cornerstone of Islam,” saying that she “would have never said that.”

    In an interview with NBC’s Dasha Burns, Barnette, a conservative commentator who is running for the GOP Senate nomination in Pennsylvania, flatly rejected the notion that she had authored the 2015 tweet, despite the fact that the post still exists on her Twitter account.

    Yeah, no, I don’t think that’s me,” Barnette said. “I would never have said that. OK, I would have never said that, because I don’t believe that.”

    Barnette’s campaign manager did not immediately respond to The Hill’s request for comment on the denial.
    Yo, are Republicans running candidates with multiple personality disorder or something?

    Here's the tweet from her account - https://twitter.com/Kathy4Truth/stat...67670301741056

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    Quote Originally Posted by Edge- View Post
    https://thehill.com/news/campaign/34...hink-thats-me/



    Yo, are Republicans running candidates with multiple personality disorder or something?

    Here's the tweet from her account - https://twitter.com/Kathy4Truth/stat...67670301741056
    iNtErNs AnD oThEr PeOpLe PoSt FoR mE.
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    Quit using other posters as levels of crazy. That is not ok

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    Quote Originally Posted by Poopymonster View Post
    iNtErNs AnD oThEr PeOpLe PoSt FoR mE.
    Ah, just like that time Rafael Cruz totally didn't like a porn tweet on Twitter and it was totally one of his staffers for reals.

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    Quote Originally Posted by UnifiedDivide View Post
    Gotta push that totally not collapsing NFT grift!
    How am I not surprised that the grifter family discovered NFT's...

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    Quote Originally Posted by zorkuus View Post
    How am I not surprised that the grifter family discovered NFT's...
    Old news at this point. Her “high profile entrance” to the NFT market ended with her buying her own NFT to make it appear they’re valuable and desirable.

  8. #83028
    Trump: I think they had a tragic event in Buffalo. Tragic event in Buffalo with numerous people being killed. In 18 months in Afghanistan, we lost nobody.

    Video embedded.

    First off this is false there were American causalities during this 18 months. More deaths than the Buffalo shooting if you want to take count. Second, the EFFIN narcissism, and insensitivity to make this statement as again if it's keeping score. PoS!
    “There is a cult of ignorance in the United States…. [It is] nurtured by the false notion that democracy means that ‘my ignorance is just as good as your knowledge.’”

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    Quote Originally Posted by Edge- View Post
    Man, gotta wonder where they're getting all the money for this. Also, why do they always have to try to make poor copies of what other companies do better? Why can't they pioneer new industries and services? Bunch of uncreative, reactionary losers.
    You can bet your ass off that the target audience of these services will get money squeezed out of them, so naturally in the fucked up capitalistic dystopia that we call the USA there are people who see there's money to be made and care not a second for how bad this is for everyone involved.

    I mean, fox news exists and they have nothing to offer.
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    So, look um, I'm not a grief counselor, but if it's any consolation, I have had to kill and bury loved ones before. A bunch of times actually.
    Quote Originally Posted by PC2 View Post
    I never said I was knowledge-able and I wouldn't even care if I was the least knowledge-able person and the biggest dumb-ass out of all 7.8 billion people on the planet.

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    Fairy tales are more than true–not because they tell us dragons exist, but because they tell us dragons can be beaten. -G. K. Chesterton & Neil Gaiman

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    Hey. Inciting violence now? Somebody throw that dick in jail already.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dead Moose Fandango View Post
    Hey. Inciting violence now? Somebody throw that dick in jail already.
    I think we both know that's very much not going to happen.

    If someone actually acts on it, hey, it was just a metaphor. Political speech. Plus he didn't do anything, it was the other guy. A lone wolf. Also Antifa, the victim and the murderer. etc...
    Quote Originally Posted by Ransath View Post
    Money laundering, especially prior to his election? I couldn't give a flying fuck.

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    Trump has proven, over the years, that anyone who trusts him in a business deal is an idiot.

    Someone finally learned.

    DWAC is making Trump sign a contract that will prevent him from posting on any other social media, unless he posts on CyberTrump 2077 six hours first.

    While we learned about this from mandatory filing reports, it is worth noting that this is a clause Trump is highly likely to break. Simply put, CyberTrump 2077 continues to trend downwards. Unless you were one of the original shareholders or bought in the first few seconds, and still haven't sold yet, your stock is worth less now then when you bought it. DWAC has already been dragging its feet to avoid throwing its investors' money into a gaping hole, but now it seems like they're drafting a kind of suicide pact. If DWAC buys but Trump breaks the contract, something with explicit, objective rules in it, DWAC will immediately sue for their purchase price back, burning the stock to the ground and leaving even Trump out money because of it.

    The contract Trump in theory will sign if the deal goes through does have exceptions for specifically political posts. Trump will have to claim everything he says is political, which in turn, the judge will laugh out of court.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Breccia View Post
    Trump has proven, over the years, that anyone who trusts him in a business deal is an idiot.

    Someone finally learned.

    DWAC is making Trump sign a contract that will prevent him from posting on any other social media, unless he posts on CyberTrump 2077 six hours first..
    How many times are they going to have to sue Trump for breaking contract? Over/under has to be 80.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dontrike View Post
    How many times are they going to have to sue Trump for breaking contract?.
    Did you mean DWAC specifically? Once. Their lawsuit will be a giant public announcement "CyberTrump 2077 is dying and we want our money back". They will use Trump's objective contract breaking (it's written to be as objective as possible) on their way out the door of what is almost assuredly a failed, dying product.

    Bear in mind, even without the almost assured destruction of Trump's platform, Trump will have to sign a contract forcing him to use it. That's how bad this platform is. Trump, the one who dreamed it up and said it would take down Twitter, has to sign a contract forcing him to use it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dontrike View Post
    How many times are they going to have to sue Trump for breaking contract? Over/under has to be 80.
    This could potentially give Trump an easy out of his recent boast about taking on Disney+, Hulu, and Amazon by claiming something along the lines of “the media is so corrupted by the radical left that they infiltrated Truth Social and tried to force me into a contract to limit my free speech.” Yeah it would throw all of the people that are helping him with the platform under the bus, but Trump has never shied away from doing that.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Breccia View Post
    DWAC is making Trump sign a contract that will prevent him from posting on any other social media, unless he posts on CyberTrump 2077 six hours first.
    Damn, timed exclusivity deal. Come to our platform for the latest hot-takes, or get the time-delayed Twitter version.

    Someone will just create a bot to repost everything immediately anyways.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Edge- View Post
    Someone will just create a bot to repost everything immediately anyways.
    Heh, Trump's Twitter numbers dropping because of Trump. I love the irony.

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    So what appears to be the Republican strategy to win back the House, at least?

    Is it lowering taxes?
    Ending inflation?
    More jobs?
    Spending cuts?
    Protecting peoples rights?

    Well...not really any of that. Apparently they're all huge fans of women's sports!

    https://www.foxnews.com/politics/hou...-womens-sports

    House Republicans will make protecting women’s sports a "priority" should they take back the lower chamber after the 2022 midterms, Fox News Digital has learned.

    The Republican Study Committee (RSC) is pushing to bring the Protection of Women and Girls in Sports Act, led by Rep. Greg Steube, R-Fla., to the House floor via a discharge petition.

    A senior GOP aide told Fox News Digital that "protecting women's sports will be a priority of a Republican majority."
    Not sure how this compares to things like, "Being able to find affordable housing." or "Being able to keep their family fed." or "Being overwhelmed by debts they can't pay off and can't find better paying jobs." or any other actual problems that the average American faces.

    I'd challenge most to name any women's sports that they watch regularly, and speak with the same kind of passion that usually accompanies fans deep emotional attachment to their favorite teams/players.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Edge- View Post
    So what appears to be the Republican strategy to win back the House, at least?

    Is it lowering taxes?
    Ending inflation?
    More jobs?
    Spending cuts?
    Protecting peoples rights?

    Well...not really any of that. Apparently they're all huge fans of women's sports!

    https://www.foxnews.com/politics/hou...-womens-sports



    Not sure how this compares to things like, "Being able to find affordable housing." or "Being able to keep their family fed." or "Being overwhelmed by debts they can't pay off and can't find better paying jobs." or any other actual problems that the average American faces.

    I'd challenge most to name any women's sports that they watch regularly, and speak with the same kind of passion that usually accompanies fans deep emotional attachment to their favorite teams/players.
    I'm guessing this is their attempt at trying to shut down people telling they hate women, because of the whole abortion debacle? And going against trans people at the same time, which is what "protecting women's sports" means, I bet. Well, aren't they versatile.
    Quote Originally Posted by Ransath View Post
    Money laundering, especially prior to his election? I couldn't give a flying fuck.

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