The 14th Thread about Trump and his tomfoolery



Olde Hornet

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agent orange is using distraction to keep the media away from John Lewis's funeral. He is so insecure.

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Republicans flat-out reject Trump’s suggestion to delay election


President Donald Trump on Thursday faced resounding, near-universal opposition from Republicans to his suggestion that the November election should be delayed due to unsubstantiated claims of mail-in voter fraud.

Trump does not have the power to unilaterally push back the date of the Nov. 3 election; only Congress holds that authority under the Constitution. Lawmakers from both parties on Thursday said they oppose delaying the election, and many Republicans in particular have touted the merits of voting by mail during the coronavirus pandemic.

“He can suggest whatever he wants. The law is what it is. We’re going to have an election that’s legitimate, it’s going to be credible, it’s going to be the same as we’ve always done it,” Sen. Marco Rubio (R-Fla.), the chairman of the Senate Intelligence Committee, told reporters.

In bipartisan public reports, the Senate Intelligence Committee has emphasized that American officials, including the president, should not seek to undermine faith in U.S. elections, arguing that such statements aid malign efforts by foreign countries to meddle in campaigns.
 

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Herbert77060

Texas Southern University
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agent orange is using distraction to keep the media away from John Lewis's funeral. He is so insecure.

:nono2:


Republicans flat-out reject Trump’s suggestion to delay election


President Donald Trump on Thursday faced resounding, near-universal opposition from Republicans to his suggestion that the November election should be delayed due to unsubstantiated claims of mail-in voter fraud.

Trump does not have the power to unilaterally push back the date of the Nov. 3 election; only Congress holds that authority under the Constitution. Lawmakers from both parties on Thursday said they oppose delaying the election, and many Republicans in particular have touted the merits of voting by mail during the coronavirus pandemic.

“He can suggest whatever he wants. The law is what it is. We’re going to have an election that’s legitimate, it’s going to be credible, it’s going to be the same as we’ve always done it,” Sen. Marco Rubio (R-Fla.), the chairman of the Senate Intelligence Committee, told reporters.

In bipartisan public reports, the Senate Intelligence Committee has emphasized that American officials, including the president, should not seek to undermine faith in U.S. elections, arguing that such statements aid malign efforts by foreign countries to meddle in campaigns.
In other words....BYE BOY
 

2kool

Well-Known Member
Yall know he's getting re-elected right?

Black vote will be lowest since Jim Crow if Biden picks a white woman VP. Suburban white women will vote for Trump again because they're ready to get their bad ass kids back in school
 

Fiyah

Administrator
Staff member
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agent orange is using distraction to keep the media away from John Lewis's funeral. He is so insecure.

:nono2:


Republicans flat-out reject Trump’s suggestion to delay election


President Donald Trump on Thursday faced resounding, near-universal opposition from Republicans to his suggestion that the November election should be delayed due to unsubstantiated claims of mail-in voter fraud.

Trump does not have the power to unilaterally push back the date of the Nov. 3 election; only Congress holds that authority under the Constitution. Lawmakers from both parties on Thursday said they oppose delaying the election, and many Republicans in particular have touted the merits of voting by mail during the coronavirus pandemic.

“He can suggest whatever he wants. The law is what it is. We’re going to have an election that’s legitimate, it’s going to be credible, it’s going to be the same as we’ve always done it,” Sen. Marco Rubio (R-Fla.), the chairman of the Senate Intelligence Committee, told reporters.

In bipartisan public reports, the Senate Intelligence Committee has emphasized that American officials, including the president, should not seek to undermine faith in U.S. elections, arguing that such statements aid malign efforts by foreign countries to meddle in campaigns.
Chickens coming home to roost

View: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OIts_HmSH7U
 

Kendrick

The conscious Hulk Hogan
Staff member
Yall know he's getting re-elected right?

Black vote will be lowest since Jim Crow if Biden picks a white woman VP. Suburban white women will vote for Trump again because they're ready to get their bad ass kids back in school
Nah, the government's response to COVID is what's going to do him in. He can stoke racial fears all he wants, but when 200,000 people are dead from the virus by Election Day, I don't know how he wins re-election.
 

Fiyah

Administrator
Staff member
That election day tweet was just to distract from the anoounchedment yesterday that the economy contracted over 30%. The biggest drop ever. Covid and tying public health to the economy is the winning path for democrats if they stick with it.
Yep and none of those stupid reporters asked a single question about the GDP. They already knew that he couldn't change the election day and just kept following his lead on that.
 

Tpop33

Well-Known Member
My head hurts from reading that response. There are elementary school kids who could give a better response, even if the kid said; "they're mad and they want stuff to stop"! It will still be a better response than this garbled answer.
 

Herbert77060

Texas Southern University
My head hurts from reading that response. There are elementary school kids who could give a better response, even if the kid said; "they're mad and they want stuff to stop"! It will still be a better response than this garbled answer.
Pimp speak
 
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