1. #32161
    I hate the media.....come on this shit should have been reported weeks if not months ago.

    • Senior campaign and GOP officials vented that Trump’s finance team, led by former Fox TV host and Donald Trump Jr. girlfriend Kimberly Guilfoyle, underperformed and was an HR nightmare. Trump couldn’t compete with Biden’s small-dollar fundraising machine, and some donors were horrified by what they described as Guilfoyle’s lack of professionalism: She frequently joked about her sex life and, at one fundraiser, offered a lap dance to the donor who gave the most money.
    Meanwhile, Stepien was telling people privately that he saw his job as safely landing a plane that was going through turbulence. The campaign manager felt he had inherited a flawed campaign and that he didn’t have the time to fix it. As he cut costs, he and others in Trump’s orbit were now counting on a familiar savior: the mega-donor Adelson.
    By that point, the pro-Trump America First Action super PAC had been raising money for two years. But there were widespread doubts about the group in the donor community. Big givers saw it as a dumping ground for ex-White House officials like former press secretary-turned-“Dancing with the Stars” contestant Sean Spicer.
    And at an event in Jackson Hole, Wyo. earlier this year, Guilfoyle and the younger Trump joked about how she raised money while in hot tubs. Another attendee presented a slightly different version, saying that whoever in the audience raised the most money would be offered a hot tub party with Guilfoyle.
    Well article is really really long

  2. #32162
    Quote Originally Posted by Sunseeker View Post
    Which has nothing to do with my point.

    The fact that Trump didn't do anything that wasn't for his base doesn't mean he's not your President. This line of thinking leads to the "What have you done for me lately?" view which is just incorrect. The President is not obligated to do anything that particularly benefits you, or any group of people really. The fact that Trump didn't do anything "for" people outside his base doesn't mean he still isn't those people's President. They still have power over him, they are still affected by his decisions even if negatively, he is still their President.

    He's just not representing their interests. But by that logic, the President (no matter who they are) can never be the President of the whole country, since he will always not represent someone. And that's just silliness.
    I get what you're saying, but Trump was literally threatening blue states.
    Last edited by passingthrew; 2020-11-07 at 07:15 PM.

  3. #32163
    Quote Originally Posted by Inuyaki View Post
    Guys, search in twitter for "loser" in the peoples tab
    https://twitter.com/Justin12393LEE/s...111876097?s=20

    Parody
    Trump: I don't wanna go!
    Must watch!

  4. #32164
    Quote Originally Posted by Felya View Post
    Both Nevada and Pen flipped... glorious... 290 without GA... Trump needs to sue at least 2 states... ass hole...

    Oh and I just had the best talk with my dad since he became a Trump supporter. He called me after the win... that’s how I found out... Fuck you Trump!!!!!!
    This is great news. I hope things go better between you and him. I have a brother that is (was?) a die hard Trump supporter. Good luck!!!

  5. #32165
    trump had the same polling before the pandemic, the pandemic really didnt change his polling, you could say well the polling was all wrong, thats true, but it kind of went unchanged from pre pandemic, same approval, his voters were completely motivated by cultural animosity, and biden voters motivated by repudiating that, in counties where coronavirus is surging 92% voted for trump, which is probably why he still outpreformed polls despite so many of his policy failures

  6. #32166
    Quote Originally Posted by tromage2 View Post
    In what way do you think this will benefit the future just curious?
    Green deal? more tax? more Woke/pc culture? more cancel culture?

    What will Biden now do what he could not do under Obama? really curious of this answer.
    Woke/cancel culture is complete nonsense that almost no one cares about outside a small group of people. The tiny number of people that want to cancel others and the tiny group of angry dudes feeding the ad revenue of some YT channels. So this isn't a thing on my mind at all. Like many things nowadays, this gets amplified on social media when in reality it doesn't matter.

    When Putin is truly out of the way (who knows when that will be) then maybe Russia can finally move forward. I hope the Russian people are able to demand and get better without accidentally falling out of windows.

    Green deal? I welcome any serious effort to combat the consequences of climate change. I honestly care about the world we're leaving our children and grandchildren.

    Biden can do a great deal of good even without the senate. The most basic things even. Trump never properly staffed his administration, for one. A lot of positions and offices either had clueless idiots or no one at all. He had no grasp of what being president required. Honestly, just replacing Trump with anyone that's a competent human being would be an improvement, democrat or republican.

    Any other major policy ideas are going to be a bit sidelined because of covid. The economy can't be great while covid rages along. Whatever else I might want a Biden administration to do, the unfortunate truth is that we're all going to have our hands full. Aside from easy/small things like reversing Trump's executive orders, of course.

  7. #32167
    Trump Shills in denial








    Americans are the Chinese of the west. The main reason people tolerate them is because they are too big to ignore.

    "Admit nothing, deny everything, launch counterattack." - Roger Stone (Trump's Friend, Ally, and Campaign Advisor)

  8. #32168
    Quote Originally Posted by Forogil View Post
    Actually to the lawyer Lionel Hutz is sort of correct: hearsay is "kind" of evidence.

    However, hearsay evidence is normally not admissible evidence in the US.
    I like you.

  9. #32169
    Quote Originally Posted by szechuan View Post
    Trump Shills in denial
    First stage of grief. They'll get there eventually

  10. #32170

    It is a time of celebration!!
    "You know you that bitch when you cause all this conversation."

  11. #32171
    Quote Originally Posted by Die View Post
    What's scary is that the democrats dragged all 3 of Trump's scotus appointments through the mud. And then Biden threatened to destroy their careers by packing the court. Now Biden may have to grovel at their feet to get the white house. The scotus may ultimately decide Biden is just too dangerous to be allowed to have the Presidency if they can just award these states to Trump and be done with it.
    Nope. Biden won buddy. No SCOTUS will e involved. Sorry you orange turde is now and forever an impeached one termer. Gonna live that hashtag trending. Gonna piss him off so much. But he's getting suspended from Twitter permanently Jan 20th for violations. Also get your shit straight. Biden never mentioned he would pack the court. He consistently avoided the question.

  12. #32172
    Get rick santorum the fuck off CNN.

  13. #32173


    Can get a motion capture edit of this with Trump's face on Thanos?
    "You know you that bitch when you cause all this conversation."

  14. #32174
    Quote Originally Posted by Antiganon View Post
    Nixon was never formally charged.

    Trump probably can't pardon himself, but he could resign tomorrow and Pence could do it with zero recourse whatsoever.
    People like to predict this, but why would Pence do that? What would be in it for him?

    I have zero doubt that Pence hates Trump just as much as most old guard Republicans, probably even more. He had to eat shit for four years. I can not even imagine how often he felt humilated by him.

    When Nixon left, Ford got to be President for three (?) years, and then had a shot at his own election. That's something.

    Pence would lord of the lamest of lame duck White Houses for three months (three weeks? three days?). Why would he do that? Just that he can call himself President?

    I don't buy this scenario.

  15. #32175
    Quote Originally Posted by Mihalik View Post
    Outgoing Presidents attend the inauguration of the incoming President. First row.

    It is supposed to symbolize the passing of authority and the continuity of the Presidency.

    What would surprise me more than anything would be Trump attending. He lacks the poise, grace and maturity to do so, or the understanding of why he should be there.

    Unlike Obama, the who was targeted by Trump with 8 years worth of racist attacks and conspiracy theories.

    Obama was there for the country and the office. Not the man.



    But these are concepts that are far beyond Trump's comprehension.
    I know the pomp and circumstance around inauguration. My reply was to someone claiming Trumo wouldn't show and would sabotage by showing up unannounced.

  16. #32176
    Quote Originally Posted by Sunseeker View Post
    Which has nothing to do with my point.

    The fact that Trump didn't do anything that wasn't for his base doesn't mean he's not your President. This line of thinking leads to the "What have you done for me lately?" view which is just incorrect. The President is not obligated to do anything that particularly benefits you, or any group of people really. The fact that Trump didn't do anything "for" people outside his base doesn't mean he still isn't those people's President. They still have power over him, they are still affected by his decisions even if negatively, he is still their President.

    He's just not representing their interests. But by that logic, the President (no matter who they are) can never be the President of the whole country, since he will always not represent someone. And that's just silliness.
    Well, that is true to an extent. The problem was is that Trump actively attacked or went out of his way to hinder any person/politician/state that voted against him in any way. He was the president of the USA, the problem being was is that, in his mind, he was president of only the part of the USA that agreed with him. The rest be damned.

    There is one thing to not vote for the interests of someone else, which is always going to be the case.

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    Quote Originally Posted by beanman12345 View Post
    First stage of grief. They'll get there eventually
    Anger is is next. That's the part that's worrisome.

  18. #32178
    Quote Originally Posted by dextersmith View Post
    Why for the rest of his life? What would that do?
    Presidents and their immediate family get SS protections. President and spouse for life, not sure about the immediate family.

  19. #32179
    Quote Originally Posted by Breccia View Post
    Agreed, but it would take care of many other things, such as Hatch Act violations.

    Actually in retrospect, the Hatch Act is kind of stupid. The President isn't affected and can pardon anyone who is.
    The Hatch Act, like a lot of things, assumes most people in the government are acting in good faith, or that Congress will remove them if they don't.

  20. #32180


    SEEYAAAA DON'T WANT BE YA.

    The dopamine rush is real. I'm so happy right now!!
    "You know you that bitch when you cause all this conversation."

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