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    23 hours ago, Michael Stuart Kelly said:
    On 12/16/2021 at 1:11 PM, william.scherk said:
    On 12/16/2021 at 7:40 AM, Marc said:
    On 12/16/2021 at 7:36 AM, Michael Stuart Kelly said:

    [T]he people behind Biden want to get rid of Kamala Harris in a similar manner Spiro Agnew was disposed of. The reason is they are terrified of running her for an election campaign.

    But they want to do it in a way where Hillary Clinton takes her place.

    Then they want to dispose of Biden and let Clinton become prez.

    All before the next presidential election.

    I don't see how that can happen, though, since Pelosi would go into the VP slot, or if they delay too much, a Republican House Leader.

    Michael

    You mean they would respect the Constitution when it comes to replacing the VP? 

    Knowing who "the people behind Biden" are would go a long way to helping verify the "word," if word is. 

    Finally I agree with you.

    These bastards hide and do their covert crap and they have tons of money to make sure they do.

    Right. The worst thing about these bastards is they have no names. How can we lock them up if we don't have their names?

    I guess that we won't be reading a defense of "the word" about Agnewizing Kamala Harris here.

    Word!

    23 hours ago, Michael Stuart Kelly said:

    (Do you ever wonder why tax havens are on islands that don't have a chance in hell of defending themselves against an attack by a military, even a half-assed one, yet they never get invaded?)

    If what you want in a tax haven is a chance to pay close to zero taxes on your enterprise, I found a list. Most of them may be islands (The UK, Bermuda, Singapore, Ireland, Hong Kong, the Caymans and British Virgin Islands, though not Switzerland), while at the same time they are all under the Western military umbrella -- or are effectively protected by an alliance or control by one of the remaining large powers. Who would go to war over Switzerland, and for what end?

    Anything here defending "the word" above? No.

    23 hours ago, Michael Stuart Kelly said:

    Sunlight would be wonderful. Expose these fuckers.

    There are people, at least on the alt side, working on getting their names out there.

    Of course, on the predator class media side, these so-called professionals are all toadies and sellouts and do what they are told by their masters, so do not expect any information from there. On the contrary, expect outright denials and lies.

    This seems like vague demonology.  I'd settle for a funny confection of how Harris could be Agnewized.

    23 hours ago, Michael Stuart Kelly said:

    There's a reason it's called the fake news media.

    But, yeah. Let's expose the bad guys.

    Until that happens, gossip is our friend.

    And I, for one, will never stop gossiping about the predator class.

    I even remember a ways back when some posters were saying pedophilia in the upper class was more widespread than most people think, and that prompted you, yourself, you William, to almost have a cow about it.

    Do you remember defending me against Jon Letendre's "pedophile" smears? 

    No.

    On the other hand, what does this have to do with the Plot to Get Kamala Out? I played along with that notion, won't you?  Isn't there an amusing, plausible, inside-knowledge kind of scenario to invent? 

    23 hours ago, Michael Stuart Kelly said:

    Imagine that! Only loons think that. Conspiracy theory. Where is your proof? Silly people. Stupid people. Urp...

    Then the Jeffrey Epstein thing happened.

    Oh, and then another thing happened. Josh Duggar was found guilty of the worst of the worst child pornography charges. And then another thing happened. His dad lost an election in Arkansas, gaining 455 votes, all from his family presumably. Why Jim Bob thought his family management fails would lead to him gaining more power over other human beings ...

    Is this pertinent to Agnewizing? No.

    23 hours ago, Michael Stuart Kelly said:

    Once again, when dealing with the predator class, gossip is our friend.

    Michael

    Who has written the best book or article on "the Predator Class," does anyone know? Is it a placeholder for other vague but menacing generalities? 

    Anyway, back to truncquoting from here on in ...

  2. 6 hours ago, Marc said:
    6 hours ago, Michael Stuart Kelly said:

    Word is that the people behind Biden want to get rid of Kamala Harris in a similar manner Spiro Agnew was disposed of. The reason is they are terrified of running her for an election campaign.

    But they want to do it in a way where Hillary Clinton takes her place.

    Then they want to dispose of Biden and let Clinton become prez.

    All before the next presidential election.

    I don't see how that can happen, though, since Pelosi would go into the VP slot, or if they delay too much, a Republican House Leader.

    Michael

    You mean they would respect the Constitution when it comes to replacing the VP? 

    Knowing who "the people behind Biden" are would go a long way to helping verify the "word," if word is.  In this case, these people (They) "want to get rid of" Kamala Harris.  She responded to some other "word" yesterday, saying she and the president had not discussed running in 2024.

    The full duties of a given vice-president are not written down in law except for things like a January 6th-ish ceremonial/constitutional presiding gavel -- and the tie-breaking votes that come up now and again in the Senate. Being VP doesn't seem to be a great job these days for Kamala Harris, at least compared to her stint as Senator. It's no more right for a VP Kamala Harris to hog camera than it would have been for a VP Mike Pence to hog camera. She love that camera. Although obviously much less than Trump.

    I think she does what she is told, where the choice is not hers, and has full and frank discussions with Biden that will not come out until much later in boring "Behind the Throne: Babysitting Biden" books.

    Now, how would "They" do a Spiro Agnew on her?

    Easy.

    -- first, vault back to another age and find criminal corruption in her time as Governor of Maryland. Second, bring those charges of bribery and extortion to court and obtain a nolo contendere plea from the VP. Thirdly, be Nixon and listen to the "They" of his time. What "They" say is that he has to get Kamala Harris Agnew out of the VP chair.

    Be Nixon-Biden and weigh the options.

    Okay so in there "They" either take her to Quantanomo or she steps down, or ... well, how did it actually happen back in Nixon time?

    Zoom past that part and what to do now that Agnew-Harris is gone?  Should the player do like the constitution allows and appoint a new Vice President or two -- and have the nomination confirmed in the House and Senate?  Should we, Nixon-Biden, forget the constitution and just do nothing, and allow Nancy Pelosi and her commandoes to take over the VP office?

    In other plausible scenarios, Biden names Gerald Ford Junior as VP and the Senate rejects that choice, Biden has Harris whacked, putting her future book deals in the grave as well -- or Biden does nothing except try to keep upright and able to speak, since "They" might just as well be on Kamala's side, the demons. Unlike Pence, she would get into the Secret Service car.  But anyway ...

    "The word" I hear is that Kamala Harris hates her subordinate job and wants Biden to croak the sooner the better.  Still, I don't put much credit in it.

    As for Hillary Rodham Clinton, that old trouper, she has and will have more fun doing stupid interviews and penning more stupid books, I think. On the other hand, "They" may have a plan to install her (through a window in spacetime) as VP per the alternate universe of Nixon-Biden Agnew-Harris. All it will take is a word. And Senate + House confirmation.

    They had better get a move on, yeah? 

    -- in this photo we can practically see her wilting in front of six Canadian ministers of the Crown. If you squint a bit, you can see that all the canucks are laughing. We had her just where we wanted her. You might think she likes to be grilled by foreign heads of government and lackeys.  

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    On the other hand ...

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  3. 4 hours ago, Marc said:

    Israel is on their fourth shot already

    From the Times of Israel: Health Ministry advisory board decides against fourth COVID shot, for now

    From Scott Gottlieb, in Deseret News: Expert reveals why some people have already had a fourth COVID-19 vaccine shot

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    [...] Gottlieb said that Israel has been looking at making a fourth shot available “to a subset of the population who have immune related disorders.”

     

    The comments came after Pfizer Chairman Albert Bourla said on CNBC that a fourth shot will likely be necessary to slow the spread, especially with the omicron variant.

    • “I think we will need the fourth dose,” he said on CNBC. “I was projecting that that will be in 12 months after the third dose. With omicron,” he said, “we may need it faster.”

    Gottlieb said on “Face the Nation” that an annual shot might be needed.

    • “I do think that this is going to be for a period of time, something that we have to get revaccinated for on an annual basis, in part because immunity wanes and in part because it’s going to drift over time,” he said.

     

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  4. On 12/14/2021 at 11:34 AM, william.scherk said:

    My takeaway from the Grand Hoopla is that the January 6 committee of benghazi has lotsa people chewing over the details today.  The details are so weird. Where was the President and what was he doing during these hours ... what was going on in the innermost inner circle? Was Meadows even "in the room" during these hours? Who was getting through?

    ... a mental scene and image from reporting of January 6: in the depths of a tunnel beneath the Capitol, the Secret Service agent beckoned to Pence to get in the car.  Pence did not get in the car. He refused to get in the car. He refused to leave the Capitol.

    Even if the deep state kicked the lady and she dothed a thousand doths of fakenews, the texts cited are acknowledged, real and sharpen public questions.

    I mean, in your mind, in a plausible narrative, what was Trump saying, arguing, ordering, planning during these incommunicado hours (between the first "be nice" tweet and the taped third-take "we love you" address)?

    You know, the riot, the breach ... ... ... the reclamation, Pence back in the chair, the ceremonial work. The gavel.

    The history cannot yet be written. 

  5. 11 hours ago, Michael Stuart Kelly said:

    [..] the courts are refusing to look at evidence?

    Is that clearer?

    The clearest thing would be a reference and link to at least one, maybe two or three actual examples of these "refusing to look at evidence" cases that were before courts.

    In the interest of least said, soonest mended, I would suggest citing from the set of Trumpworld cases brought in the suspect states of Wisconsin, Michigan, Arizona, Georgia and Pennsylvania. 

  6. 52 minutes ago, Michael Stuart Kelly said:
    1 hour ago, william.scherk said:

    Grand Hoopla!

    That was interesting.

    Methinks the lady doth protest too much.

    Which lady?** My takeaway from the Grand Hoopla is that the January 6 committee of benghazi has lotsa people chewing over the details today.  The details are so weird. Where was the President and what was he doing during these hours ... what was going on in the innermost inner circle? Was Meadows even "in the room" during these hours? Who was getting through?

    It's no wonder Meadows dodged document demands in his congressional subpoena, but having a book detail these hours (if not the details of these incoming texts), interest in the fuller story coming out peaks in the Enemy of the People section of the media stadium.  

    ** This Cheney woman gave three minutes or so to the weirdness; cued to her introducing details from some of the texts:

    Guess who is not talking about the texts today? That's right, Sean Hannity and Laura Ingraham and the other Fox News notable.

  7. 11 hours ago, william.scherk said:

    Mark Meadows' January 6 texts from Fox News personalities and from Donald Trump Jr have more or less dislodged that festival of hoopla. Why would junior be texting his dad's office manager to tell his dad something? Didn't junior have a line to the big guy?

    Grand Hoopla!  Via Memeorandum aggregator.

    Spoiler
    Hunter Walker / Rolling Stone:
    Two Jan. 6 Organizers Are Coming Forward and Naming Names: 'We're Turning It All Over'  —  After losing faith in Trump, the pair plan to hand over text messages, Instagram direct messages, and other documents related to the planning of the Jan. 6 rally on the Ellipse where Trump spoke
    Discussion:
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    i113.jpgJeremy Barr / Washington Post:
    Fox News hosts urged Meadows to have Trump stop Jan. 6 violence, texts show  —  Laura Ingraham, Sean Hannity and Brian Kilmeade expressed alarm, concern, according to messages shared during House select committee hearing  —  Three Fox News hosts who have been among Donald Trump's …
    Discussion:
    i32.jpgByron York / Washington Examiner:
    Byron York's Daily Memo: About those Jan. 6 texts  —  Welcome to Byron York's Daily Memo newsletter.  —  Was this email forwarded to you?  Sign up here to receive the newsletter.  —  ABOUT THOSE JAN. 6 TEXTS.  The House Jan. 6 committee has released a bunch of texts …
    i17.jpgThe Daily Beast:
    Mark Meadows' Personal Cell Is Becoming a Personal Hell  —  Meadows once chaired a panel with oversight of personal communications issues.  Now he has an issue of his own—and the Jan. 6 committee and the National Archives have taken note.  —  It turns out Mark Meadows may have good reason …
    i21.jpgJohn Stoehr / The Editorial Board:
    Cheney hints at criminal charges for Trump in panel vote to hold Mark Meadows in contempt  —  The House Select Committee investigating the January 6 insurrection voted tonight to hold Mark Meadows in criminal contempt of the Congress.  The full House could vote as soon as Tuesday on a contempt resolution.
    i54.jpgDominick Mastrangelo / The Hill:
    Meadows: ‘Leaked’ text messages from Fox News hosts have been ‘weaponized’ by committee  —  Former White House chief of staff Mark Meadows said text messages he was sent by Fox News opinion hosts amid the Jan. 6 attack on the Capitol have been “weaponized” in an attempt to cast former President Trump in a negative light.
    New York Times:
    Fox News Hosts Sent Texts to Meadows Urging Trump to Act as Jan. 6 Attack Unfolded
    Discussion:
    Paul LeBlanc / CNN:
    This is what Donald Trump Jr. texted Mark Meadows as violence unfolded on January 6
    Zachary B. Wolf / CNN:
    Newly revealed text messages to Meadows undercut GOP whitewashing of the insurrection
    Discussion:

     

  8. 1 hour ago, Michael Stuart Kelly said:
    1 hour ago, Peter said:

    No one has gotten anywhere near the proof needed.

    There's more than enough proof.

    Nobody's been able to get the proof into a court.

    This is far from the whole story. In my opinion, we can know by now that most claims put forward were denied in rulings that carefully examined what was attached as "proof" (various reports, attestations and affidavits).  Major, significant, superior court rulings that sifted through evidentiary claims have been posted to OL. 

    It's not full reporting to claim that nobody has been able to put a case to the courts. It doesn't portray the antagonist side.  There is a blank.

    Explaining failures to succeed with a murky set of assumptions or vague tales of systemic perfidy isn't any help to understanding why no legal authority ruled for Trump or the Kraken on the details ...

    I hold that all the Trump-aligned legal heroes have failed to make a proper case. Canny laypersons, legal beagles and careful, thoughtful judges sniffed out every weakness and unsubstantiated claim.

    -- on the other hand, did anyone get around to the 'newsworthy' story of the freakish Powerpoint served up by Mark Meadows to the January 6 committee of benghazi?

    Mark Meadows' January 6 texts from Fox News personalities and from Donald Trump Jr have more or less dislodged that festival of hoopla. Why would junior be texting his dad's office manager to tell his dad something? Didn't junior have a line to the big guy?

  9. 7 hours ago, william.scherk said:

    I think most francophone Quebecers consider themselves unattached to France. It's been a long time since la France had any say in the affairs of Le Canada.

    That was a bit curt. I meant unattached to official France, subordinate in any way.

    The English victory was total, France was expelled from North America, and it's those pesky remnants -- the descendants of French settlers, subject to allegiance or deportation (as with the Acadians) who forged the first Canadien identity.  The industrious beaver, the name of the land itself, the maple leaf, the anthem, all by the cannot-be-put-down French-speaking British subjects.

    Their chez-nous is thus Lower Canada/Quebec, not metropolitan France, yet since having a literate French-speaking population from around the world, French culture penetrates in much the same way English-speaking culture from 'the old country' penetrates the anglosphere. They know the stars, the authors, the songs and products and treasures, the history, the Pantheon. 

    Having one of the most beautiful old cities in North America to root the myths of 'homeland' ... 

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    When Elizabeth is in Canada, she is the Queen of Canada, and she can stay in one of two official residences reserved for our head of state -- in the active military base of La Citadelle. 

    Which goes a little way to explain that once she dies, some of these creaky old Crown affectations and state trappings and possessions will stay, while the House of Windsor will not, not in the long run.

  10. 48 minutes ago, Peter said:

    Here's an odd thought. French is one of the two official, Canadian languages so how is Canada's relationship with France? 

    It's not that odd a thought. Generally, we are close, friendly allies -- in NATO and in la Francophonie (the French equivalent of the Commonwealth).  The nadir in Canadian-French relations  came when President DeGaulle spoke his famous "Vive le Quebec. Vive le Quebec libre" lines in Montreal in 1967.

    I think most francophone Quebecers consider themselves unattached to France. It's been a long time since la France had any say in the affairs of Le Canada.

  11. 1 hour ago, Peter said:

    Say, why don't you fellow North Americans break off from Queen Elizabeth and G.B. like Harry? 

    Firstly, we are waiting for republican sentiment to reach a critical mass. Right now, only a small majority of Canadians show a preference for an elected head of state. 

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    Most say they’ll be saddened by death of Queen, but don’t wish to continue with monarchy under Charles November 30, 2021 – The tiny island nation of Barbados is making

    Secondly, the Canadian constitution is a helluva difficult thing to amend. Simply put, all the provinces must come to an agreement before any changes could be made -- and the debate over how the head of state would be selected has yet to become "officialized" -- meaning no party has yet laid out what would replace the Queen.

    The trend toward support for a constitutional republic has moved seemingly quickly in the last fifteen years. 

    If I had to guess, Australia will become a republic before Canada does. 

  12. On 12/10/2021 at 12:59 AM, Michael Stuart Kelly said:
    On 12/9/2021 at 10:10 PM, william.scherk said:

    But that little "fuck him" toss-off will splatter Trump's name and opinion across the lamestream media. Why not? Cost/benefit, small/large.

    "If you betray me, you will be savaged." 

    You haven't learned anything about Trump yet, have you?

    Au contraire.

    "if you betray me, you will be savaged." 

     

    Trump’s Big Deal Part I: May Your House Be Destroyed

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    Axios Middle East correspondent Barak Ravid and national political correspondent Jonathan Swan tell how Donald Trump’s grand plan to broker peace between the Israelis and Palestinians was doomed by Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s refusal to compromise and a series of bizarre choices that alienated the Palestinians. Through exclusive reporting and a new interview with Trump and others closely involved, Ravid also reveals that the supposed bromance between Trump and Netanyahu is a myth. When Ravid asked Trump, the former president said about Netanyahu, “F--k him.” 

    [...]

     

  13. Axios says Trump said "Fuck him" on the subject of Netanyahu. Plausible?

    I like the idea of a regular "exclusive interview." I mean, Trump now does at least one interview a week. Is each "exclusive" more exclusive than the preceding interview? Maybe it means that he excludes enemies of the people. 

    On the other hand,  Trump sat down with foe Jonathan Karl last March, knowing Karl was gathering material for a critical book about the last acts of the Trump administration. That book became the best-seller "Betrayal." 

    If Trump is a man of principle and dignity, it could be that he really doesn't give a shit what Netanyahu says or thinks, especially given the mutually-rewarding relationship was over when Trump left 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue.

    But that little "fuck him" toss-off will splatter Trump's name and opinion across the lamestream media. Why not? Cost/benefit, small/large.

    "If you betray me, you will be savaged." 

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  14. Former President Trump speaks with Hugh Hewitt, posted today (with transcription) at HughHewitt.com:

    Hewitt and Trump:

    -- brief excerpt from the transcript, in which Trump talks about Sidney Powell. 

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    HH: Let me ask you about Sidney Powell. The Washington Post yesterday reported that she raised more than $14 million on the election litigation. Did you know about that?

    DJT: No, she was, she didn’t work for me. She was a lawyer that was representing General Flynn and some others, and she never officially, now she was on our side from the standpoint, I guess, you know, from the standpoint of what she was doing, but she didn’t work for me as per se. She worked for General Flynn and others. And I disagree with some of the things that she’s doing, and some of the statements that she made, as you know.

    HH: Yes.

    DJT: But I didn’t see the story, no.

     

  15. Peter Taylor's quote is from Real Clear Politics: Election Updates for October 25, 2021

    On 10/25/2021 at 10:46 AM, Peter said:

    Who is Q? TC seems to know. Todd Carney at Real clear Politics: . . . In Arizona, even after the controversial audit proved former President Donald Trump’s election beliefs wrong, several state Republicans are continuing to push the claim that the election was rigged. Political activist Ron Watkins is running in a congressional election in the state. Many believe Watkins is the anonymous poster “Q” who fueled the QAnon movement . . . .

    Sometime before the end of October, CyberNinja's Doug Logan appeared with Coomer case linchpin Joe Oltman on a Conservative Daily podcast -- to answer outstanding questions and clarify some points of contention or misapprehension.

    Here's an instructive Tweet thread excerpting from the program, collated by Twitter account @PootDibou.

    On Poot's Google Drive are all the videos and caption files from the thread, including this brief excerpt from a Doug Logan/Jovan Pulitzer conversation, in which both fellows slag off an unnamed trash outlet. Poot tartly adds in "Gateway Pundit."

    Re the Krebs/CISA pronouncement:

    Logan: "The difficulty I think you get into in all of this, is that you start weaving such large of a conspiracy that, for everyone to be involved in it, it becomes unbelievable and difficult."

    Joe Oltman is a man who gets steamed up now and again (if you've read the Oltman depositions in the Colorado Coomer case, you'll already be aware). In this video he apologizes to Logan for questioning his integrity and probity:

    "Send a round of apologies to Table 17 and put it on my tab."

  16. 23 minutes ago, Mark said:

    The vaccine deception is a mountain.

    Alex Jones suggests Rand Paul -- not Trump -- will face a Nuremberg tribunal. A bit zany, but.  "Rand Paul Conned Trump" might be a compromise position for the bedazzled and deranged.

     

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    On 12/3/2021 at 12:21 PM, Michael Stuart Kelly said:
    On 12/3/2021 at 12:04 PM, william.scherk said:
    On 1/3/2021 at 6:12 PM, Michael Stuart Kelly said:

    I forgot to mention, the full WaPo call is full of beeps to protect the guilty.

    One of the recurring beeps was Ruby Freeman.

    The beeps have sued the Gateway Pundit: [...]

    Full text of suit: https://s3.documentcloud.org/documents/21124239/freeman-and-moss-v-hoft-et-al.pdf

    I already saw that.

    Video's a bitch for wrongdoers, ain't it?

    Did anyone bother to skim or read the complaint?

    On 12/3/2021 at 12:21 PM, Michael Stuart Kelly said:

    The Dem side is funny about wrongdoing when caught.

    No charges were ever laid against the two beeps.  

    On 12/3/2021 at 12:21 PM, Michael Stuart Kelly said:

    On the serious side, sometimes this problem is epistemological. I believe some words-people (as opposed to deeds-people) who think "controlling the narrative" is equivalent to reality actually start to believe their own bullshit and convince themselves that denying something will make it go away in reality--even when the whole world watched them get busted..

    Some people were fooled, including former President Trump.  Epistemological problems will stem from lack of attention to detail.  A failure to weigh evidence deepens problems. 

    On 12/3/2021 at 12:21 PM, Michael Stuart Kelly said:

    Good luck to the lawsuit people defending the obviously busted

    "Obviously busted" is the issue here. The BIg Lie contains multitudes of similar baseless conclusions.

    From the complaint (page 13):

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    From the Courthouse News report:

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    The plaintiffs say the website was aware that the allegations had been disproved by officials and fact-checking organizations but continued to promote the conspiracy.

    The Gateway Pundit published stories with headlines like “WHERE’S BILL BARR? — We Got Your Voter Fraud AG Barr — It’s On Video and They Attempted to Steal Georgia with It! — HOW ABOUT A FEW ARRESTS?” and “What’s Up, Ruby?… BREAKING: Crooked Operative Filmed Pulling Out Suitcases of Ballots in Georgia IS IDENTIFIED.”

    The allegations were repeated by Trump himself during a Jan. 2 phone call to Georgia Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger, in which the then-president pressured Raffensperger to “find” votes for him and said Freeman’s name 18 times.

    Trump called Freeman a “vote scammer, a professional vote scammer and hustler.” The former president said, “We’re so far ahead of these numbers, even the phony ballots of Ruby Freeman – known scammer.”

     

  18. 39 minutes ago, Michael Stuart Kelly said:
    1 hour ago, william.scherk said:

    Is this a claim that the Patriot Front march was performed by federal agents?

    If yes, how do we test the claim?

    William,

    We start by yawning, just like most of the rest of the public. Or maybe laughing at those clowns.

    Is there anyone here that will argue that Patriot Front is a fake or falsely-flagged group?  That their march in DC was orchestrated by 'Feds'?  

  19. 17 hours ago, Mark said:

    We should have a complete account of Trump digging himself in with the vaccine narrative.  Here are three earlier statements to add to the two I’ve quoted on this thread already, here and here.

    Trump talks vaccines in December 2 2021 Fox and Friends interview:

    Full video at YouTube