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    Quote Originally Posted by arandomuser View Post
    there gonna steal the election 100%
    I wouldn't want to be the judge that says "Yeah we're just gonna ignore the votes" in today's environment.

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    Wisconsin GOP says hackers stole $2.3 million from account meant to help Trump

    Oh, damn, y'all, GOP got hacked, oh noes, someone should to something, help.

    Joe Biden is polling ahead in Wisconsin, which is a vital battle ground state in November's election. Although Trump won Wisconsin in 2016, Biden is currently favored to win the state in FiveThirtyEight's latest forecast.

    “There’s no doubt RPW is now at a disadvantage with that money being gone,” Hitt told the AP, adding that the GOP needs funds to make quick decisions late in the race.

    The state's Republican Party first noticed suspicious activity last Thursday and has contacted the FBI, per AP.

    Hackers manipulated invoices from four vendors who were sending direct mail for Trump’s reelection campaign, alongside merchandise like pro-Trump hats.
    Hitt said that the invoices were altered so that hackers received the money instead of the vendors after the GOP paid up.
    "Wait, are you cheering on the thieves?"

    Heavens to Betsies, no! I actually had another comparison in mind.

    1) Guy in computer shop claims to have worked on Hunter Biden's computer, claims to have gone through what must be thousands of emails and texts, claims to have found damning evidence, claims to have given them to the FBI (the FBI has done nothing either way), claims to have given them to Giuliani who has not released them.

    and

    2) Guy at pro-Trump group claims to have been hacked, calls FBI immediately, and does not involve a non-govt non-law-enforcement person in any way.

    Which of these stories do you believe has an actual crime in it? And what kind of stupid password is maga2020!

  3. #23623
    https://www.nbcnews.com/politics/nat...iness-n1245182

    Both Congress and the State Department's inspector general have been investigating potential misuse of government resources by Mike Pompeo and his wife.

    The emails show that Susan Pompeo routinely gives instructions to State Department officials from her personal email address about everything from travel plans and restaurant reservations to the elite Madison Dinners that NBC News reported on in May.

    Many involve routine matters like logistics and scheduling for official events that would involve coordination with the secretary's spouse in any administration. But other requests, such as seeking assistance with planning a multiday visit for an elite group of young executives from Kansas, appear to be less directly connected to advancing the State Department's core mission.

    They include maintenance requests for the house the Pompeos rent on a Washington-area military base, which Susan Pompeo appears to be routing through the State Department's Diplomatic Security Service. Emails show special agents from the service's Secretary of State Protective Division updating Susan Pompeo about repairs to the HVAC system in 2018 and to the porch and stairs in 2019.

    "The dryer isn't hooked up. ... I think you told me someone was coming to fix that?" Susan Pompeo said via text message to a State Department official, whose name is redacted, in September 2018. "Ma'am – On it, I was told it was fixed. Let me get you an answer," the official responded by email hours later.

    To be sure, there are legitimate reasons that Diplomatic Security officials, whose mandate includes protecting the secretary, might be kept in the loop about workers who need access to his home. But Pompeo's unusual housing arrangement, in which he rents military housing normally reserved for flag officers for an undisclosed amount, has raised questions before.
    Huh, so Pompeo is mixing work and pleasure, again, having his wife boss around State Department staff on non-official matters, and is getting his son into State Department events. Fitting, given that the Trump administration seems packed with peoples kids in all kinds of positions. Nepotism is great!

  4. #23624
    Quote Originally Posted by tromage2 View Post
    It will be either Trump or Harris.

    That Biden guy, I saw his last performance he needs a nursing home.
    I give him a few more years when he can chill in his chair in peace, as president a few months at best.
    Your caretaker has clearly lost track of you.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Thepersona View Post
    My bad, i meant 2 million more votes (so around 4 million total, with a 900k lead).

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    Those confidence intervals/margins of errors are a sight to behold, right?
    The Dem over GOP in PA gap has increased to 962,128.

    Not jinxing it.

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    https://www.cbsnews.com/amp/news/fam...migration/#app

    U.S. border authorities received inconsistent guidance on how to split up migrant families during the Trump administration's "zero tolerance" policy in 2018, with some officials instructing subordinates not to separate children under 5 from their parents and others not outlining any age exceptions, according to previously undisclosed documents obtained by Congress.

    Customs and Border Protection (CBP) agents in central Texas were told not to separate minors with mental or physical disabilities and those under 5, while officers in El Paso were instructed to leave one parent with children who were 4 or younger or in poor health and did not speak Spanish, according to the documents. A May 2018 memo for border officers in southern California did not include any exceptions to family separations.

    The newly disclosed documents were obtained by the Democratic-led House Judiciary Committee and included in a 551-page report released Thursday detailing the findings of a nearly two-year-long committee investigation. The documents provide additional evidence about the faulty implementation of the Trump administration's zero tolerance policy, which was eventually reversed after judicial intervention and massive public outcry.

    "The Committee's report makes clear that [the] Trump Administration was willing to go to extreme lengths, including ripping young children and children with disabilities from the arms of their parents, to stop migrants fleeing violence from seeking protection in the United States," Chairman Jerry Nadler said in a joint statement with Representative Zoe Lofgren, the chairwoman of the subcommittee on immigration.

    Thursday's report also expands on previous documentation that career health officials issued several warnings in 2017 about an uptick in transfers of unaccompanied migrant minors who had been separated from their parents at the U.S.-Mexico border.

    During the full-scale zero tolerance policy in the spring of 2018, U.S. border officials separated more than 2,800 families, sending parents to detention facilities for adults and transferring their children to the Office of Refugee Resettlement, a division of the Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) tasked with caring for undocumented minors who are classified as unaccompanied.

    However, the Trump administration implemented a pilot program in El Paso for approximately five months in 2017 before expanding the zero tolerance policy, which was designed to deter unauthorized migration, across the U.S.-Mexico border in the spring of 2018. Through the court case that brought an end to large-scale family separations, the government revealed that it separated more than 1,000 families during this initial phase of separations.

    In early November of 2017, Commander Jonathan White, a career public health official at HHS, emailed Scott Lloyd, then the head of the U.S. refugee agency, warning him that, "We had a shortage last night of beds for babies."

    "Overall, infant placements seem to be climbing over recent weeks, and we think that's due to more separations from mothers by CBP," White wrote, correctly assuming that the uptick in transfers of young unaccompanied minors stemmed from a family separation program his agency was unaware of at the time.

    Six days later, White emailed Kevin McAleenan, then the commissioner of CBP, which was carrying out the separations. Providing internal data, White again warned of a "significant increase" in transfers of separated children.

    McAleeenan did not get back to White by email until the next month, telling him then, "You should have seen a change the past 10 days or so." McAleenan also pledged to coordinate "in advance of any future plans."

    On June 2, 2018, at the height of the zero tolerance policy, Gregory Davis, the planning and logistics director of the federal program for unaccompanied migrant children, emailed Lloyd, the refugee agency director, telling him that they would be receiving a "bunch of tender age girls." Davis noted concerns about insufficient bed space for these minors, as not all shelters could house "tender age" children.

    "This is caused by the policy decision to separate kids from families as a deterrent," Davis wrote, echoing White's warnings from the year before.

    The documents released by the House Judiciary Committee also include spreadsheets listing hundreds of complaints made to the DHS Office for Civil Rights and Civil Liberties about family separations before the full implementation of zero tolerance.

    One case centered on a 3-year-old boy and his blind 6-year-old sister who were separated from their mother, who was then detained at an Immigration and Customs Enforcement facility in Arizona. The children were said to have a stepfather who was a U.S. citizen and could serve as their sponsor. A summary of the complaint said the stepfather was "willing and able to care for [redacted's] particular needs as a blind child" and had "provided all necessary information and documentation, including proof of the marriage and power of attorney."

    But the refugee office declined to release them, with an attorney representing the family saying the agency cited a new policy requiring the mother to sign an additional release form.

    "She alleges … [that ORR] has not provided a copy of said release so that the stepfather can get his wife's signature," the summary said.
    The. Trump. Administration. Kidnapped. Blind. Children.

  7. #23627
    Quote Originally Posted by Belize View Post


    Is this what you want MMO-C?
    I don't understand the question.... This is how tax brackets already work.

  8. #23628
    And they said millennials don't vote.

    Her mail-in ballot didn't arrive from Tarrant County, so she drove 20 hours to vote

    Meredith Reilly drove nearly 1,400 miles to make sure her vote counted.

    Reilly, 20, who grew up in Arlington and is now a junior at American University in Washington, D.C., drove 20 hours to Fort Worth to cast her ballot on Wednesday. She and a friend, who lives in Austin and also attends American University, rented a car and made the overnight drive to Texas, stopping only briefly at a Tennessee motel to sleep for a few hours.

    “Neither of us were planning on coming home to Texas for Thanksgiving. We were going to stay in the Northeast,” Reilly said in an interview. “We just had to make sure our votes counted for the presidential election, as well as down ballot.”

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    Quote Originally Posted by Katchii View Post
    I don't understand the question.... This is how tax brackets already work.
    It's sarcasm and obviously a joke.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Belize View Post
    It's sarcasm and obviously a joke.
    I wish it were that obvious....

    I don't know you as a poster so am not sure of your personality/views, and there ARE people who don't understand it and think this is a bad thing.

    With the way things have been going, I just assumed you were one of those people, lol. My apologies.

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    https://www.thedailybeast.com/ups-co...-in-its-system

    THE BALL GAME IS STILL ON!

    UPS was the unnamed delivery service for Tucker's "secret documents", and they found them! I guess it was just general mail going missing, not a DEEP STATE plot.

    I can't wait to see what was so important that it couldn't be copied, sent digitally via pictures, faxed, or anything else and instead had to be trusted to the top quality PRIVATE delivery company UPS.

  12. #23632
    There should be a laugh track every time Trump is on tv


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    Quote Originally Posted by Bodakane View Post
    Trump cultists see Biden stutter: 'He has dementia, he should be in a home is mental issues are dangerous and is health deteriorating!!!!""""""

    Trump cultists see Trump mispronounce words, struggle reading, gain weight, cannot walk down a ramp, get covid, forget what he's saying in the middle of a sentence and wear a spray on tan: "He's the picture of physical and metal health and is a super hero!!!!"
    Right?

    Trump struggles to go down a ramp, mispronounces and mispels about 50 different things a day, says some of the dumbest shit ever (windmills cause cancer, lets try injecting bleach into lungs, etc)

    But Biden is the one with dementia?

    Something about glass houses and throwing stones . . .

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    Quote Originally Posted by Adam Jensen View Post
    Right?

    Trump struggles to go down a ramp, mispronounces and mispels about 50 different things a day, says some of the dumbest shit ever (windmills cause cancer, lets try injecting bleach into lungs, etc)

    But Biden is the one with dementia?

    Something about glass houses and throwing stones . . .
    Didn’t he also think election day was at the end of November?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Vegas82 View Post
    Didn’t he also think election day was at the end of November?
    I dunno, but he did get the year for the 1918 Flu Pandemic wrong . . . twice. I mean . . . it's in the name of the pandemic, and he still got it wrong, twice.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Edge- View Post
    https://www.thedailybeast.com/ups-co...-in-its-system

    THE BALL GAME IS STILL ON!

    UPS was the unnamed delivery service for Tucker's "secret documents", and they found them! I guess it was just general mail going missing, not a DEEP STATE plot.

    I can't wait to see what was so important that it couldn't be copied, sent digitally via pictures, faxed, or anything else and instead had to be trusted to the top quality PRIVATE delivery company UPS.
    No no no. Lex Luthor, err I mean Joe Biden, broke into the UPS depot, stole the package, then altered the documents using white out to white wash away his villianous corruption. Today he again broke into the UPS to return them which is why they only found them today! So now heroic courageous Tucker Carlson will find nothing.

    My interpretation of events makes perfect sense. I bet you have no proof to prove that I'm wrong do you!
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    I don't think I ever hide the fact I was a national socialist. The fact I am a German one is what technically makes me a nazi
    Quote Originally Posted by Hooked View Post
    You haven't seen nothing yet, we trumpsters will definitely be getting some cool uniforms soon I hope.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Adam Jensen View Post
    I dunno, but he did get the year for the 1918 Flu Pandemic wrong . . . twice. I mean . . . it's in the name of the pandemic, and he still got it wrong, twice.


    Around 25 seconds in.

  18. #23638
    Quote Originally Posted by Fugus View Post
    They can remove Kavanaugh already legally when they get power if they have the balls. He committed perjury during his own confirmation hearing. That is punishable by up to 5 years in prison. So long as they hit him before the statue of limitations expire, they can remove him.

    But expanding the courts should go along with it as well since we can't do anything about Gorsuch or Barret, one of which has no place being there depending on which McConnell policy you follow.
    Impeachment doesn't have a statute of limitations. You don't even need a statutory crime to impeach someone.
    Quote Originally Posted by Rudol Von Stroheim View Post
    I do not need to play the role of "holier than thou". I'm above that..

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    Quote Originally Posted by Vegas82 View Post
    Around 25 seconds in.
    How many of his idiots will go and vote on November 28th?

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