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10 minutes ago, Michael Stuart Kelly said:

EDIT: All right, all right, see here for now.

And see below on the Alex Jones show (click the video image and the video automatically opens at a different site, BitChute).

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btw - I like this guy Patrick Howley. The way he describes the world in this video is the way I understand it. He also mentions President Trump busting up child sex trafficking rings in the Foster Care System.

Michael

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10 hours ago, Michael Stuart Kelly said:

She's being called by destiny...

Oh, man...

That damn call of destiny!

Hillary Clinton on Trump: "Maybe There Does Need To Be A Rematch" So "I Can Beat Him Again"

Whatcha gonna do? Whatcha gonna do?

Just think.

A world in shambles. The stench of burning dreams everywhere. Desolation. But a faint sound floats down from the heavens upon the charred remains of a world gone stark raving mad. A call of destiny.

Nobody hears.

But wait... one woman... one broken exhausted woman... a woman mercilessly tossed on the scrapheap of human despair... she stirs with pain... raises her head in agony... in defiance.

She listens.

The call... she hears the call of destiny.

Hours pass as she rises from the ashes to stand erect. Struggling, she opens wide her arms. Wings appear. With caution, she moves them up and down. Then with more confidence. Soon soon her body lifts off the ground. It is glorious. Hope is reborn in the world as she soars off in pursuit of the monster.

:)

Will she run? She must. The Dark Trump Monster is preying on the very souls of all that is noble and the Deplorables are sacking and pillaging the earth...

:) 

(All right, all right... Enough... I gotta stop... LOL... :) )

Michael

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Quid Pro Quo Joe is going down.

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Report: Whistleblower Worked with Joe Biden at Obama White House

and

Joe Biden worked with whistleblower when he was vice president, officials reveal

Now comes a hell of a linguistic kill shot.

BOOM! At Rally President Trump RIPS “LOSER” Hunter Biden and Joe Biden “Only Good Because He Understood how to Kiss Barack Obama’s Ass!”

And here's the video:

That whooshing sound you hear is the deflation of Biden's campaign.

And more?

Say it ain't so, Joe...

:)

Michael

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Jane Fonda arrested in DC protest. What is she protesting? A lack of wars to protest?

From Friday October 11, 2019, RealClear Politics.

Democratic nomination ranking.  Biden 32,   Warren 22,   Sanders 17.

General Election:    Biden 50 Trump 40,      Warren 50 Trump 40,      Sanders 49 Trump 40.

Who knew? Three guys are running against Trump’s nomination as the Republican candidate and their names are Weld, Walsh, and Sandford and they get 1 or 2 percent each and a pair of clown shoes. 

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Just to keep things clear on the Biden family front going into the next Dem Primary debate. He's got a real problem with memes about his son.

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And of course the tee shirts are all over the place--lots and lots of people selling them:

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But Plugs ain't having none of it. Not this debate, goddammit.

Biden Warns Rivals Off Attacks on His Family

 

Just so we're clear, the primary candidates have the following difference staring them in the face, even though they are not allowed to talk about it.

:)

Michael

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The next democrat debate is Tuesday, October 15, 2019. What’s below is from NPR and edited for brevity by Jim Carey, who says ‘ALL RIGHTY!” better than anybody. I thought about adding some funny answers but decided to not add anything, just cut out the boring, redundant answers. Peter

7 Questions Ahead Of The Next Democratic Primary Debate October 12, 20197:01 AM ET

1. Do any of the candidates go after Joe and Hunter Biden? There is no evidence to the conspiracies (that we won't repeat in this space) President Trump is promulgating about Joe and Hunter Biden. But there is a legitimate question as to whether it was appropriate for Hunter Biden to seemingly cash in on his father's name and serve on the board of a Ukrainian gas company when his vice president father was the point man for the country in the Obama administration. Most of the candidates will probably say that even dignifying that with an answer is playing into Trump's hands. But Elizabeth Warren struggled when she was asked about it, at first saying, no, she wouldn't let her vice president's child do that, before quickly backtracking and saying she didn't know. It's not outside the realm of possibility that she's asked to clarify. And will every single of the dozen candidates on the stage not answer the question, especially when they are looking to take Biden down a couple notches — or get him out altogether?

2. Does Elizabeth Warren face new scrutiny and how does she handle it? Just like that, Biden is no longer the front-runner in the polls. Biden and Warren are now co-front-runners. This past week, Warren caught Biden in an average of the polls after her steady rise through the summer. Given that status, do moderators pose more pointed questions to Warren around things like the cost of her sweeping — and liberal — plans. Warren has shown tremendous facility as a candidate, and, so far, other vulnerabilities haven't hurt her in the primary, including Trump's "Pocahontas" attack and her botched DNA test rollout. Perhaps as evidence of her rise, she's faced new scrutiny for her story of losing a teaching job because she was pregnant. If her rise continues, expect there to be more turning over of stones of her record and biography.

3. How does Sanders do, given this is his first debate since suffering a heart attack?

4. How does Tom Steyer do? The newest face to the debate stage is Tom Steyer. The California billionaire investor — and political novice — made a name for himself with his climate activism and his multi-million-dollar campaign supporting President Trump's impeachment. So how does he do, especially now that impeachment is all the rage in the Democratic Party?

5. How do the candidates handle impeachment? The NPR/PBS NewsHour/Marist poll out this week showed that while a slim majority are now in favor of the impeachment inquiry, 58% would prefer to see Trump's fate decided at the ballot box rather than through the impeachment process (37%). That presents a challenge for the Democrats on stage. Democratic voters are hungry to impeach Trump, but the general public is a more reticent. So will the candidates carefully walk the line to keep the majority who now say they favor the impeachment inquiry on board — or not?

6. Do the candidates play to the middle at all? One worry from veteran Democratic strategists about this field is just how liberal the candidates are. Forget Bill Clinton's party, this isn't even Barack Obama's party. Sure, Democrats have a deep well of fondness for Obama, but many in the base feel, in the age of Trump, Obama's caution and aspirations of unity are naïve.

7. Is this really just a three-person race — or can someone else show they belong? It's hard to deny the trend line. Biden, Warren and Sanders have consistently been the top three candidates for a very long time in this race.

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There was a Dem Primary Debate last night.

Did anyone notice? I almost didn't, but Kat wanted to see it.

Anywho, Drudge noticed. He put up one of his famous polls.

Here's how it stands right now.

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And the establishment Dems on Tulsi?

They are best summed up by CNN:

Muh Russians shall rise again!

:)

Michael

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More news from the Dem Primaries.

Hillary Clinton says Tulsi Gabbard is a 'Russian asset' groomed to ensure Trump reelection

Oh.. the pain... the pain...

Will someone please not say the word "Russian" near Hillary Clinton when she has been hitting the wine bottle too hard?

😂 🤣 😂 🤣 😂 🤣 😂 🤣 

Michael

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I think Chelsey Clinton is Old Hickory’s  handler on late night TV. So we will call the daughter Chelsey Handler Clinton. Hey Hillary! Stop calling the Dem female candidates spies and bitches. You are so old and decrepit you can’t run in 2020. Quit with the jealousy. If you want to be in the news, croak.  

From Rasmussen. Biden Holds His Lead Nationally Among Democrats. Monday, October 21, 2019, Despite his lukewarm performance at the most recent Democratic presidential debate, Joe Biden holds a near two-to-one lead over Bernie Sanders and Elizabeth Warren among his fellow Democrats nationally. The latest Rasmussen Reports national telephone and online survey shows that Biden still has the support of 35% of Likely Democratic Voters. Sanders now earns 19% of the Democratic vote, while Warren has 18% support. This compares to 14% and 15% respectively in mid-September; Biden’s level of support hasn’t changed over the past month. end quote

As Scooby Doo says, “Rut Ro.” OMG! Can President Trump beat Joe Biden? Joke. By a margin of 55-45.

Fox economic advisors were saying the indicators forecast continued American high growth in 2020. And that is also good for Canada and Mexico. The only glitch is that half our trade is with Europe and Asia and they may see a decline in 2020, and that will affect us.

Netanyahu gives up turn to try to form new Israeli government. Maybe he should run for the Senate in his home Jewish state of New York. Yuk. Hey we could call our Democrat dominated House of Representatives, “The House of Commons” because . . . fill in the blank. Peter

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Who did old Hillary Clinton call the Moscow choice? Tulsi Gaggard. Is that in any way justified? I don’t think so, and Old Hickory Clinton is no one to criticize. I guess she is plugging a book and going on a speaking tour with her daughter, Chelsea.    

From Fox. A growing number of 2020 Democratic presidential hopefuls are rallying to fellow candidate Tulsi Gabbard’s defense after Hillary Clinton claimed the Russians are “grooming” the Hawaii congresswoman to be a third-party spoiler in the race and suggested Gabbard is really a Russian asset -- a claim Gabbard has decried as an unfounded smear. "Tulsi is not being groomed by anyone. She is her own person," former Texas Rep. Beto O'Rourke said over the weekend. end quote

I did learn something about Tulsi in her Wikipedia bio. She is a veteran. It sounds like she was a cast member in the TV show, “MASH.” Joke. And she has said she won’t run as a third party candidate. She has seesawed in her views. “She voted and lobbied against LGBT rights in Hawaii prior to her first tour of duty, but since 2011 Gabbard has repeatedly apologized for her earlier positions and now supports LGBT rights.” She is of Samoan descent.

Her current husband (it’s her second) is named Abraham Williams, a cinematographer and he proposed to her on a surfboard. From the net. “He still shoots the ads for his wife's political campaigns. And according to IMDB, he's worked on several short films, including Last Taxi Dance, Knight Watch, and the full-length film The Candle & the Curse.”

“Tulsi Gabbard, First Hindu In Congress, Uses Bhagavad Gita At Swearing-In.”

From Wikipedia. Tulsi Gabbard is an American politician who also serves with rank of Major in the Army National Guard. Upon her election in 2013 as U.S. Representative for Hawaii's 2nd congressional district, she became the first Samoan American and the first practicing Hindu member of Congress. Gabbard's announcement of her intention to seek the Democratic nomination in the 2020 US presidential election made her the first female combat veteran to run for president.
In 2002, Gabbard was elected to the Hawaii House of Representatives. In 2004, she became the first state legislator to voluntarily step down from public office for a tour of duty in a war zone. Gabbard served in a field medical unit of the Hawaii Army National Guard in a combat zone in Iraq from 2004 to 2005 and was deployed to Kuwait from 2008 to 2009. She was a vice chair of the Democratic National Committee from 2013 to 2016, when she resigned to endorse Senator Bernie Sanders for the 2016 Democratic presidential nomination.
Gabbard is a candidate for the Democratic nomination for president of the United States in 2020. Her domestic policy platform is economically and socially progressive and has been described as "similar to Bernie Sanders … in many respects". She supports Medicare for All and strengthening the reproductive rights framework of Roe v Wade by codifying it into federal law. She voted and lobbied against LGBT rights in Hawaii prior to her first tour of duty, but since 2011 Gabbard has repeatedly apologized for her earlier positions and now supports LGBT rights. Gabbard opposes military interventionism, but has called herself a "hawk" on terrorism. Her decision to meet Syrian President Bashar al-Assad and expressions of skepticism about his use of chemical weapons in the Syrian Civil War attracted controversy . . . .

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