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    A caller who is near tears, distraught over election results, tells Rush Limbaugh that he's willing to die for Trump



    https://twitter.com/i/status/1329847884997660677


    Distraught Caller Speaks for Millions of Trump Voters Fed Up with Republicans

    https://www.rushlimbaugh.com/daily/2...h-republicans/

    Nov 20, 2020

    RUSH: So here we go with William in Ashburn, Virginia. Great to have you, sir. Hello.

    CALLER: Hi, Rush. It’s great to be here. I’m gonna try to hold myself together and not get emotional here, but I want to hearken back to your statement about Georgia.

    RUSH: Yeah.

    CALLER: About the Trump voters.

    RUSH: Yeah.

    CALLER: And they should be very afraid. Very afraid. Trump and you are all we have left, Rush. We spent our lives voting for these people because they’re not them, and we just can’t do it anymore. We’re tired of being stabbed in the back, Rush. It’s better to have an enemy that’s in front of you than a friend that’s behind you that’s just gonna stab you. They do it every time. We have a Republican-controlled state, and they won’t do an audit of the vote.

    They won’t! They just basically told every Georgian that they don’t care. We were in Washington on Saturday, me and my 33-year-old son. We saw more people than we’ve ever seen in our lifetime, ever — and we’re season ticket holders for the Ravens, for gosh sakes. I’ve been in crowds of 80,000 people. I’ve been to Steelers games, for goodness’ sakes. I have never seen so many people. But were there any Republicans there? No. None. None! But —

    RUSH: Wait, wait, wait, wait, wait, wait, wait. What…? There were no Republicans? What was this thing that you went to?

    CALLER: A week ago Saturday in Washington, D.C., the MAGA rally. There must have been hundreds of thousands of people there.

    RUSH: Okay. A MAGA really. You mean no elected Republicans? Is that what you mean?

    CALLER: Yes, I do.

    RUSH: Okay.

    CALLER: Our party leadership, quote, unquote. If this were a Democrat rally, they would all be there.

    RUSH: Yep.

    CALLER: They were there for the anti-Tea Party movement walking hand in hand up the steps.

    RUSH: Yep.

    CALLER: No one stands for us, Rush! Only you and Donald Trump. (choking up) God forbid. What do we have left? I love my president. I am not… I am not a revolutionary, Rush, but I would die for my president. This man has given more to this country than anybody, and he has no need to. None. He’s a billionaire. He doesn’t need this.

    RUSH: That’s exactly right.

    CALLER: It’s disheartening.

    RUSH: He didn’t need any of this.

    CALLER: And, Rush, you’re our last beacon. I mean, I know there’s a place in heaven for you, Rush, and it just pains me every day. And my whole family prays for you because you turned us from being standard Reagan Democrats into real Republicans, and now the GOP turned us all into independents so we can go hide. It’s just disheartening.

    RUSH: I know.

    CALLER: I’m so sorry, Rush.



    RUSH: I know it is. Let me tell, for people that missed what you’re reacting to, there was a story, first one I led with tomorrow, the Never-Trumpers — the people that worked to sabotage Donald Trump for four years — are now hoping that Trump voters will show up in the Georgia runoffs on January 5th and elect the two Republicans.

    They’re admitting that they can’t get these two guys — well, Kelly Loeffler. They can’t get ’em elected without Trump voters, and they are hoping that Trump voters will show up. And William here is fed up! Fed up. “You need us? NOW you need us? But you make fun of us and you laugh at us for four years, and you’re not there representing us at all, ever — and now you need us?” and my guess is you’re not really tempted to show up and help them out here because you’re tired of being betrayed and all that. I totally get it.

    BREAK TRANSCRIPT

    RUSH: Yes, I heard that last caller was crying. I totally get it, ladies and gentlemen. I have for 30 years. I get it.

    BREAK TRANSCRIPT

    RUSH: Our last caller was genuinely in tears over… Well, let me explain what it was about. There are millions of Americans who believe that Donald Trump won the election — there are millions of Americans who believe that he won it handily, and that it has been stolen and taken away from him — and there are millions of Americans who believe that there are a lot of Republicans that don’t care.

    Now, that last part has not been mentioned by a lot of people, but it is there, and the people represented by this guy who called — and he represents millions of Americans — don’t understand why the party benefiting from their support has not ever reciprocated, particularly in this circumstance. Where are they? Where have they been? Where were they during the campaign?

    So I opened the program today by pointing out that there are Never Trumpers are all concerned about these two open seats in Georgia, the Senate seats, and that these Never Trumpers are worried that Trump voters might not show up and might not vote for the Republicans and therefore the Republicans might not hold the Senate.

    Now, a lot of people got confused at that because they think the Never Trumpers are totally supporting Democrats, and they think the Never Trumpers are exclusively made up of people like George Conway and Bill Kristol and the rest of these people who have essentially become Democrats — and that would be the Lincoln Project.

    They are by no means the only group of Never Trumpers that exist out there, and it’s not those people who are hoping that you in Georgia — you Republicans, you Trump voters — show up and help. The Lincoln Project Never Trumpers are openly supporting the Democrat Senate candidates. The Lincoln Project Never Trumpers don’t want the Republican Party doing anything but losing everything it can.

    They want it wiped out so that they can come back in and take it over from the ground up and rebuild it and make it what they want it to be. Even though they have never succeeded once in either running magazines, running cruises, running think tanks, whatever it is they’ve done. They have ever won national anything. They have never been able to do anything without running around with their hands out and asking rich guys to donate money to whatever their project is.

    A magazine, cruises, think tanks, you name it.

    But in their minds, they’re the smartest people in the room. They should be running the Republican Party, but it’s gotta be totally wiped out. But there are other Never Trumpers that are not like those people at all in many ways. When you think of Never… I don’t know who you think of when you think of Never Trumpers, but, folks, they’re everywhere out there.

    And the group I’m thinking about out here, the group I’m talking about when I say Never Trumpers are all concerned that the Trump voters will now not show up and help the two Republican candidates win the Senate seats — you know, Perdue and Loeffler. That comment is what made the guy call the program. It was all… It was the last straw. You heard the pain in that man’s voice.

    I felt it.

    Yesterday, we had a caller who asked if anybody else cares, and the answer is that we do care. We care so much, our souls hurt. So thousands and thousands of people went to Washington to show support last weekend, and not one elected Republican could show up and talk to them — the people who have made it possible for them to win elections.

    Yeah, they may have been voting Trump, but they also voted Republican down ballot. By expressing loyalty to Trump, they expressed loyalty to the Republican Party. All these Republicans had to do to benefit from all of this was just be loyal to Donald Trump, even if they had to fake it. That’s all they had to do, and they could have benefited wildly from the support of all of them.

    And, by the way, it’s 95 to 96% of the Republican Party is now MAGA. They love Trump. It is his party. All these elected Republicans would have had to do would have to make just a show now and then of supporting Trump. That’s all they would have had to do. But, no, they couldn’t bring themselves to do it because they would have been laughed at, whatever, made fun of.

    The media would have been mean to them. Same old story. Thousands of them. They end up being harassed and beaten up by Black Lives Matter and Antifa, and not a single elected person — Republican or Democrat — could denounce it. Joe Biden couldn’t denounce it. Trump was told every day to denounce the white supremacists that support him.

    He was told every day that this group needed to be denounced and that group needed to be denounced. Joe Biden’s not demanding — or is not demanded to denounce Black Lives Matter or Antifa, and they’re beating up people. But it wasn’t just Biden who didn’t. I didn’t see one elected politician denouncing the fact these people were beat up.

    Thousands and thousands of them went to Washington to show support for their country, for Trump, for the election, for the recount. Not one elected Republican can show up and talk to them, and that’s what the caller was referring to. And it is those Republicans I am referring to when I share this story with you, the Never Trumpers are all concerned now about the two Georgia Senate seats.

    SUPERCUT: Shocking Antifa Violence Amid Trump Rally Rocks Washington DC

    They’re worried Trump voters might not show up due to being down and out over the assumed loss by Trump. And then I said, “Funny how these Never Trumpers want us to save their bacon now.” They want us to go out and vote for Perdue, vote for Loeffler, while they sat on their butts and they ridiculed Trump and us for voting for ’em, and they couldn’t bring themselves to openly support him or the people who elected him.

    Oh, yeah, there were five or six who would show up at every rally. I mean, there were some. But it was patently obvious that even though Trump had 95% support in the Republican Party, the elected Republican Party was just biding its time because they, in large part, constitute the deep state as well. It’s where they work. Yeah, we want to win the two seats.

    Yeah, we want the Republicans to maintain control. But there’s a lot of people out there right now who are ambivalent and wouldn’t mind if the Republicans lost those two seats and sit around and watch the Democrats and the Republicans deal with the mess that they have made. But let me be clear about something.

    There are more Never Trumpers than just the Never Trumpers of the Lincoln Project who are out there supporting Democrats. There are plenty of elected Republicans who are Never Trumpers, and that’s who I was talking about. I just find it’s typical and it’s disappointing. Thousands and thousands of people — look at all of these people that went to these Trump rallies. Five of them a day.

    And you who went to them, you know that it’s very difficult to do. You don’t just drive up to one, spend an hour and a half and go home. It’s many hours, maybe, in fact, a whole-day commitment. They did it again. They went to the Washington to show support. And there’s not one elected Republican to show up and talk to them, to lead them, to thank them, what have you. Then they get beat up and harassed by Antifa, Black Lives Matter, and nobody asks or demands that those groups be denounced.

    So I totally understand where the caller was coming from. But I just wanted to be clear about Never Trumpers. They’re all over the Republican Party. Go back to Trump’s first six months. He had an ambitious first-year agenda, including the getting rid of and rewriting, rebuilding Obamacare. And it didn’t take long to see that the Republican Party, Republicans in the House, were not helping. They were not involved.

    They had run on this. They had run on rescinding and reforming Obamacare. They’re not helping. I figured out why. They believed the Russia garbage. They believed that Trump had stolen the election. If the media said it, they believed it. They believed Trump was somehow involved illegally in the election and was gonna be sent packing so they didn’t want to do anything to tie themselves to him. And then six to eight, maybe nine months into the first year they figured out it wasn’t true. And they started to slowly get on board the Trump train, but very slowly, and not really with a whole lot of energy until the second year.

    And then if you remember, 55 elected Republicans in the House of Representatives decided to retire ’cause they didn’t want go back to being average, ordinary members of the House when they term limited out of their chairmanships, and that’s a tough thing to replace. You lose 55 incumbents, I mean, that’s why we lost the 2018 midterms.

    BREAK TRANSCRIPT

    RUSH: Here’s Jason, Myrtle Beach, South Carolina. Welcome to the EIB Network. Hello.

    CALLER: MAGA dittos, Rush. The gentleman, Rush, that called at the end of your first hour who was so disheartened, I just want to send out love and prayers to him. I want him to understand, and his family, there’s tens and millions and hundreds of millions of us all around the world who feel like he does, who are angry and are fighting mad. And we’ve only begun to fight, and it’s always darkest before the dawn.

    We love you, Rush. And one other thing I’d like to say, Rush, is to all the Republican politicians that are out there, whether they’re the Republican county dogcatcher or the U.S. Senate majority leader in the U.S. Senate, everybody’s watching what they’re doing. This is the party of Donald J. Trump. He inherited it from Ronald Reagan, and we want to see you fight. Fight, fight, fight. We love you Rush. We pray for you Rush, and you have a good weekend and a blessed day.

    RUSH: You do the same. Thank you so much, Jason. You do the same thing.

    BREAK TRANSCRIPT

    RUSH: I have to tell you, folks, this has been one of the most emotional weeks for me on this program. That is saying something, for over whatever it is, 31 or 32 years. All I can do is — well, not “all I can do.” But thank you all so much. I know you’re all out there. I’m grateful and gratified for it, about it, every day.
    We must picture Hell as a state where everyone is perpetually concerned about his own dignity and advancement, where everyone has a grievance, and where everyone lives the deadly serious passions of envy, self-importance, and resentment. - C. S. Lewis



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    Good god man, grow a spine.

    And then learn some basic lessons:

    One - To paraphrase Patton..."Don't die for your country...make that other poor bastard die for his!"

    Two - That is what this is: it is war...this is not a political popularity contest...this is outright war. Over a quarter million people are dead from a bioweapon attack carried out by a foreign hostile government, protected and facilitated from the inside out. There is your first enemy. Deal with them now. Many of them are the same people that protected and facilitated the actors of 9/11 from 20 years ago.

    Three - Prepare to lay down your life for something much larger than a political figure. Fight to save liberty, western civilization and your home.

    Fight for your children's lives and future.

    "I am not… I am not a revolutionary"...you had better become one, right goddamned now.
    We must picture Hell as a state where everyone is perpetually concerned about his own dignity and advancement, where everyone has a grievance, and where everyone lives the deadly serious passions of envy, self-importance, and resentment. - C. S. Lewis

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    Quote Originally Posted by Anti Federalist View Post

    "I am not… I am not a revolutionary"...you had better become one, right goddamned now.
    I'm an old Outlaw.. with a perspective.

    I have not been a Fan nor supporter of Trump.



    I was not a "Fan" of Warden Donald "D.W." Wyrick

    I will say he was a Fair man,, and walked the Yard unescorted.. Was approachable and would act on a valid grievance.

    after I left he was replaced by an assistant Warden.. A Cowardly and Petty Authoritarian.
    And the Place went to $#@!. and closed.


    Not fond of the idea of picking a Warden...but if I was given a choice,,,,,,,,,
    Liberty is lost through complacency and a subservient mindset. When we accept or even welcome automobile checkpoints, random searches, mandatory identification cards, and paramilitary police in our streets, we have lost a vital part of our American heritage. America was born of protest, revolution, and mistrust of government. Subservient societies neither maintain nor deserve freedom for long.
    Ron Paul 2004

    Registered Ron Paul supporter # 2202
    It's all about Freedom

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    Quote Originally Posted by Anti Federalist View Post
    A caller who is near tears, distraught over election results, tells Rush Limbaugh that he's willing to die for Trump



    https://twitter.com/i/status/1329847884997660677


    Distraught Caller Speaks for Millions of Trump Voters Fed Up with Republicans

    https://www.rushlimbaugh.com/daily/2...h-republicans/

    Nov 20, 2020

    RUSH: So here we go with William in Ashburn, Virginia. Great to have you, sir. Hello.

    CALLER: Hi, Rush. It’s great to be here. I’m gonna try to hold myself together and not get emotional here, but I want to hearken back to your statement about Georgia.

    RUSH: Yeah.

    CALLER: About the Trump voters.

    RUSH: Yeah.

    CALLER: And they should be very afraid. Very afraid. Trump and you are all we have left, Rush. We spent our lives voting for these people because they’re not them, and we just can’t do it anymore. We’re tired of being stabbed in the back, Rush. It’s better to have an enemy that’s in front of you than a friend that’s behind you that’s just gonna stab you. They do it every time. We have a Republican-controlled state, and they won’t do an audit of the vote.

    They won’t! They just basically told every Georgian that they don’t care. We were in Washington on Saturday, me and my 33-year-old son. We saw more people than we’ve ever seen in our lifetime, ever — and we’re season ticket holders for the Ravens, for gosh sakes. I’ve been in crowds of 80,000 people. I’ve been to Steelers games, for goodness’ sakes. I have never seen so many people. But were there any Republicans there? No. None. None! But —

    RUSH: Wait, wait, wait, wait, wait, wait, wait. What…? There were no Republicans? What was this thing that you went to?

    CALLER: A week ago Saturday in Washington, D.C., the MAGA rally. There must have been hundreds of thousands of people there.

    RUSH: Okay. A MAGA really. You mean no elected Republicans? Is that what you mean?

    CALLER: Yes, I do.

    RUSH: Okay.

    CALLER: Our party leadership, quote, unquote. If this were a Democrat rally, they would all be there.

    RUSH: Yep.

    CALLER: They were there for the anti-Tea Party movement walking hand in hand up the steps.

    RUSH: Yep.

    CALLER: No one stands for us, Rush! Only you and Donald Trump. (choking up) God forbid. What do we have left? I love my president. I am not… I am not a revolutionary, Rush, but I would die for my president. This man has given more to this country than anybody, and he has no need to. None. He’s a billionaire. He doesn’t need this.

    RUSH: That’s exactly right.

    CALLER: It’s disheartening.

    RUSH: He didn’t need any of this.

    CALLER: And, Rush, you’re our last beacon. I mean, I know there’s a place in heaven for you, Rush, and it just pains me every day. And my whole family prays for you because you turned us from being standard Reagan Democrats into real Republicans, and now the GOP turned us all into independents so we can go hide. It’s just disheartening.

    RUSH: I know.

    CALLER: I’m so sorry, Rush.



    RUSH: I know it is. Let me tell, for people that missed what you’re reacting to, there was a story, first one I led with tomorrow, the Never-Trumpers — the people that worked to sabotage Donald Trump for four years — are now hoping that Trump voters will show up in the Georgia runoffs on January 5th and elect the two Republicans.

    They’re admitting that they can’t get these two guys — well, Kelly Loeffler. They can’t get ’em elected without Trump voters, and they are hoping that Trump voters will show up. And William here is fed up! Fed up. “You need us? NOW you need us? But you make fun of us and you laugh at us for four years, and you’re not there representing us at all, ever — and now you need us?” and my guess is you’re not really tempted to show up and help them out here because you’re tired of being betrayed and all that. I totally get it.

    BREAK TRANSCRIPT

    RUSH: Yes, I heard that last caller was crying. I totally get it, ladies and gentlemen. I have for 30 years. I get it.

    BREAK TRANSCRIPT

    RUSH: Our last caller was genuinely in tears over… Well, let me explain what it was about. There are millions of Americans who believe that Donald Trump won the election — there are millions of Americans who believe that he won it handily, and that it has been stolen and taken away from him — and there are millions of Americans who believe that there are a lot of Republicans that don’t care.

    Now, that last part has not been mentioned by a lot of people, but it is there, and the people represented by this guy who called — and he represents millions of Americans — don’t understand why the party benefiting from their support has not ever reciprocated, particularly in this circumstance. Where are they? Where have they been? Where were they during the campaign?

    So I opened the program today by pointing out that there are Never Trumpers are all concerned about these two open seats in Georgia, the Senate seats, and that these Never Trumpers are worried that Trump voters might not show up and might not vote for the Republicans and therefore the Republicans might not hold the Senate.

    Now, a lot of people got confused at that because they think the Never Trumpers are totally supporting Democrats, and they think the Never Trumpers are exclusively made up of people like George Conway and Bill Kristol and the rest of these people who have essentially become Democrats — and that would be the Lincoln Project.

    They are by no means the only group of Never Trumpers that exist out there, and it’s not those people who are hoping that you in Georgia — you Republicans, you Trump voters — show up and help. The Lincoln Project Never Trumpers are openly supporting the Democrat Senate candidates. The Lincoln Project Never Trumpers don’t want the Republican Party doing anything but losing everything it can.

    They want it wiped out so that they can come back in and take it over from the ground up and rebuild it and make it what they want it to be. Even though they have never succeeded once in either running magazines, running cruises, running think tanks, whatever it is they’ve done. They have ever won national anything. They have never been able to do anything without running around with their hands out and asking rich guys to donate money to whatever their project is.

    A magazine, cruises, think tanks, you name it.

    But in their minds, they’re the smartest people in the room. They should be running the Republican Party, but it’s gotta be totally wiped out. But there are other Never Trumpers that are not like those people at all in many ways. When you think of Never… I don’t know who you think of when you think of Never Trumpers, but, folks, they’re everywhere out there.

    And the group I’m thinking about out here, the group I’m talking about when I say Never Trumpers are all concerned that the Trump voters will now not show up and help the two Republican candidates win the Senate seats — you know, Perdue and Loeffler. That comment is what made the guy call the program. It was all… It was the last straw. You heard the pain in that man’s voice.

    I felt it.

    Yesterday, we had a caller who asked if anybody else cares, and the answer is that we do care. We care so much, our souls hurt. So thousands and thousands of people went to Washington to show support last weekend, and not one elected Republican could show up and talk to them — the people who have made it possible for them to win elections.

    Yeah, they may have been voting Trump, but they also voted Republican down ballot. By expressing loyalty to Trump, they expressed loyalty to the Republican Party. All these Republicans had to do to benefit from all of this was just be loyal to Donald Trump, even if they had to fake it. That’s all they had to do, and they could have benefited wildly from the support of all of them.

    And, by the way, it’s 95 to 96% of the Republican Party is now MAGA. They love Trump. It is his party. All these elected Republicans would have had to do would have to make just a show now and then of supporting Trump. That’s all they would have had to do. But, no, they couldn’t bring themselves to do it because they would have been laughed at, whatever, made fun of.

    The media would have been mean to them. Same old story. Thousands of them. They end up being harassed and beaten up by Black Lives Matter and Antifa, and not a single elected person — Republican or Democrat — could denounce it. Joe Biden couldn’t denounce it. Trump was told every day to denounce the white supremacists that support him.

    He was told every day that this group needed to be denounced and that group needed to be denounced. Joe Biden’s not demanding — or is not demanded to denounce Black Lives Matter or Antifa, and they’re beating up people. But it wasn’t just Biden who didn’t. I didn’t see one elected politician denouncing the fact these people were beat up.

    Thousands and thousands of them went to Washington to show support for their country, for Trump, for the election, for the recount. Not one elected Republican can show up and talk to them, and that’s what the caller was referring to. And it is those Republicans I am referring to when I share this story with you, the Never Trumpers are all concerned now about the two Georgia Senate seats.

    SUPERCUT: Shocking Antifa Violence Amid Trump Rally Rocks Washington DC

    They’re worried Trump voters might not show up due to being down and out over the assumed loss by Trump. And then I said, “Funny how these Never Trumpers want us to save their bacon now.” They want us to go out and vote for Perdue, vote for Loeffler, while they sat on their butts and they ridiculed Trump and us for voting for ’em, and they couldn’t bring themselves to openly support him or the people who elected him.

    Oh, yeah, there were five or six who would show up at every rally. I mean, there were some. But it was patently obvious that even though Trump had 95% support in the Republican Party, the elected Republican Party was just biding its time because they, in large part, constitute the deep state as well. It’s where they work. Yeah, we want to win the two seats.

    Yeah, we want the Republicans to maintain control. But there’s a lot of people out there right now who are ambivalent and wouldn’t mind if the Republicans lost those two seats and sit around and watch the Democrats and the Republicans deal with the mess that they have made. But let me be clear about something.

    There are more Never Trumpers than just the Never Trumpers of the Lincoln Project who are out there supporting Democrats. There are plenty of elected Republicans who are Never Trumpers, and that’s who I was talking about. I just find it’s typical and it’s disappointing. Thousands and thousands of people — look at all of these people that went to these Trump rallies. Five of them a day.

    And you who went to them, you know that it’s very difficult to do. You don’t just drive up to one, spend an hour and a half and go home. It’s many hours, maybe, in fact, a whole-day commitment. They did it again. They went to the Washington to show support. And there’s not one elected Republican to show up and talk to them, to lead them, to thank them, what have you. Then they get beat up and harassed by Antifa, Black Lives Matter, and nobody asks or demands that those groups be denounced.

    So I totally understand where the caller was coming from. But I just wanted to be clear about Never Trumpers. They’re all over the Republican Party. Go back to Trump’s first six months. He had an ambitious first-year agenda, including the getting rid of and rewriting, rebuilding Obamacare. And it didn’t take long to see that the Republican Party, Republicans in the House, were not helping. They were not involved.

    They had run on this. They had run on rescinding and reforming Obamacare. They’re not helping. I figured out why. They believed the Russia garbage. They believed that Trump had stolen the election. If the media said it, they believed it. They believed Trump was somehow involved illegally in the election and was gonna be sent packing so they didn’t want to do anything to tie themselves to him. And then six to eight, maybe nine months into the first year they figured out it wasn’t true. And they started to slowly get on board the Trump train, but very slowly, and not really with a whole lot of energy until the second year.

    And then if you remember, 55 elected Republicans in the House of Representatives decided to retire ’cause they didn’t want go back to being average, ordinary members of the House when they term limited out of their chairmanships, and that’s a tough thing to replace. You lose 55 incumbents, I mean, that’s why we lost the 2018 midterms.

    BREAK TRANSCRIPT

    RUSH: Here’s Jason, Myrtle Beach, South Carolina. Welcome to the EIB Network. Hello.

    CALLER: MAGA dittos, Rush. The gentleman, Rush, that called at the end of your first hour who was so disheartened, I just want to send out love and prayers to him. I want him to understand, and his family, there’s tens and millions and hundreds of millions of us all around the world who feel like he does, who are angry and are fighting mad. And we’ve only begun to fight, and it’s always darkest before the dawn.

    We love you, Rush. And one other thing I’d like to say, Rush, is to all the Republican politicians that are out there, whether they’re the Republican county dogcatcher or the U.S. Senate majority leader in the U.S. Senate, everybody’s watching what they’re doing. This is the party of Donald J. Trump. He inherited it from Ronald Reagan, and we want to see you fight. Fight, fight, fight. We love you Rush. We pray for you Rush, and you have a good weekend and a blessed day.

    RUSH: You do the same. Thank you so much, Jason. You do the same thing.

    BREAK TRANSCRIPT

    RUSH: I have to tell you, folks, this has been one of the most emotional weeks for me on this program. That is saying something, for over whatever it is, 31 or 32 years. All I can do is — well, not “all I can do.” But thank you all so much. I know you’re all out there. I’m grateful and gratified for it, about it, every day.

    My advise to the caller :


    "No bastard ever won a war by dying for his country. He won it by making some other poor dumb bastard die for his country."

    General George S. Patton

    .
    .
    .DON'T TAX ME BRO!!!

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    .
    "It does not take a majority to prevail, but rather an irate, tireless minority, keen on setting brush fires of freedom in the minds of men." -- Samuel Adams (1722-1803)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Anti Federalist View Post
    Good god man, grow a spine.

    And then learn some basic lessons:

    One - To paraphrase Patton..."Don't die for your country...make that other poor bastard die for his!"

    Two - That is what this is: it is war...this is not a political popularity contest...this is outright war. Over a quarter million people are dead from a bioweapon attack carried out by a foreign hostile government, protected and facilitated from the inside out. There is your first enemy. Deal with them now. Many of them are the same people that protected and facilitated the actors of 9/11 from 20 years ago.

    Three - Prepare to lay down your life for something much larger than a political figure. Fight to save liberty, western civilization and your home.

    Fight for your children's lives and future.

    "I am not… I am not a revolutionary"...you had better become one, right goddamned now.
    Ooooookay. Well part of understanding war is understanding who your true friends and your true enemies are. Trump should have fired Fauci. He should have fired Fauci back in May. Better yet, he should have held a press conference in January and laid out the argument that we were facing a bioweapons attack from China and let the chips fall where they may. Instead he told Bob Woodward "I don't want to call a panic." Trump's words, not Woodwards.

    Why am I pointing this out? Because as long as our focus is on "saving the Trump presidency" we aren't in a position to actually do anything productive. In between the false choices of "Trump must win" and "civil war" there is a whole lot more that can be done. Developing open source voting software for one. Getting off the YouTube / Twitter addiction for alt-tech platforms is another. Pushing for sponsorship for Tulsi Gabbard's anti vote harvesting bill is another. Trump is like a drug and people are going through withdrawal. It's time to start looking beyond the era of Trump and face the reality of where we are. The GOP kept the Senate. If we focus on keeping Mitch stalling ANYTHING Biden comes out with for a mere 2 years Pelosi can lose the gavel. This movement ain't about Trump. It never was.
    9/11 Thermate experiments

    Winston Churchhill on why the U.S. should have stayed OUT of World War I

    "I am so %^&*^ sick of this cult of Ron Paul. The Paulites. What is with these %^&*^ people? Why are there so many of them?" YouTube rant by "TheAmazingAtheist"

    "We as a country have lost faith and confidence in freedom." -- Ron Paul

    "It can be a challenge to follow the pronouncements of President Trump, as he often seems to change his position on any number of items from week to week, or from day to day, or even from minute to minute." -- Ron Paul
    Quote Originally Posted by Brian4Liberty View Post
    The road to hell is paved with good intentions. No need to make it a superhighway.
    Quote Originally Posted by osan View Post
    The only way I see Trump as likely to affect any real change would be through martial law, and that has zero chances of success without strong buy-in by the JCS at the very minimum.

  7. #6
    Quote Originally Posted by jmdrake View Post
    Ooooookay. Well part of understanding war is understanding who your true friends and your true enemies are. Trump should have fired Fauci. He should have fired Fauci back in May. Better yet, he should have held a press conference in January and laid out the argument that we were facing a bioweapons attack from China and let the chips fall where they may. Instead he told Bob Woodward "I don't want to call a panic." Trump's words, not Woodwards.

    Why am I pointing this out? Because as long as our focus is on "saving the Trump presidency" we aren't in a position to actually do anything productive. In between the false choices of "Trump must win" and "civil war" there is a whole lot more that can be done. Developing open source voting software for one. Getting off the YouTube / Twitter addiction for alt-tech platforms is another. Pushing for sponsorship for Tulsi Gabbard's anti vote harvesting bill is another. Trump is like a drug and people are going through withdrawal. It's time to start looking beyond the era of Trump and face the reality of where we are. The GOP kept the Senate. If we focus on keeping Mitch stalling ANYTHING Biden comes out with for a mere 2 years Pelosi can lose the gavel. This movement ain't about Trump. It never was.
    Pure nonsense.

    80,000,000 Million Americans - a f u c k i n g landslide -voted for Trump even though the Fake News Media aka the SEE BS Network did everything possible in the past 4 years to smear and damage his administration. They bombarded the airwaves with claims that DJT was responsible for covid19.

    Everything is about Trump.

    But Trump is not a career bureaucrat.

    Initially he depended on Fauci to advise him about the covid19 threat.

    As late as mid February 2020 Fauci was claiming that you only had to be concerned about covid19 if you consume snakes or bats - which I guarantee not one does in these US of A.

    No one suspected that he was using his position as NIHID Director as a subterfuge to concoct a hoax and force the states to use mail in ballots.

    And so it goes
    .
    .DON'T TAX ME BRO!!!

    .
    .
    "It does not take a majority to prevail, but rather an irate, tireless minority, keen on setting brush fires of freedom in the minds of men." -- Samuel Adams (1722-1803)

  8. #7
    Humanity's tendency toward hierarchical arrangement can be identified by the constant presence of leaders. Absent leaders, very little gets done. As the number of people involved increases in number, and the goals of a movement broaden in scope, eventually one man comes to represent the figurehead of the efforts of millions. In this present time, that man is Donald Trump. For the great many flaws he possesses, he, more than any man, currently stands for the continuation of an American Republic that is identifiable to those who cherish its traditions. That is the reason he is so significant a person in the minds of millions.

    The country is not operating on a micro scale at this point. Everything is macro due to the chasm that separates the ideologies permeating this country. The left's agenda lies in stark contrast to the alternatives. As such, attempts to change voting, the electoral system, or supporting legislation meant to affect meaningful change has little importance at the present time. We are rapidly reaching what will likely, in future times, be considered a transformative moment in history.

    It is worth noting that jmdrake is correct that "Trump must win" or "civil war" is a false dilemma. Technically, there are also the options of passive acquiescence to tyranny or subversion.

    Patriots have no interest in passive acquiescence to tyranny. In the event of Trump's loss, this leaves "civil war" and "subversion". Both of those options mean individuals need to be physically and mentally able to fight to the best of their ability.
    Last edited by BSWPaulsen; 11-21-2020 at 04:52 PM.

  9. #8
    Tears are part of politics on occasion especially when there are sharp emotional transistons from "jubilation to devastaion".
    But putting life on the line for a globalist neocon funded politician, that seems bit unreasonable and overly emotional.

    Part 1 + Part II

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PDNXAlklkPk

    Part 1 only, Part II pending due to vote counting delays

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Zph7YXfjMhg



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  11. #9
    Quote Originally Posted by enhanced_deficit View Post
    But putting life on the line for a globalist neocon funded politician, that seems bit unreasonable and overly emotional.
    Trump is the figurehead but not the purpose. Just as one's allies are not always modeled in your personal image of an ideal, neither are they the enemy in the pursuit of a common cause.

  12. #10
    I get that this person is a huge fan of Trump, but they should have kept their composure even in these distressful times.
    "Perhaps one of the most important accomplishments of my administration is minding my own business."

    Calvin Coolidge

  13. #11
    Quote Originally Posted by Anti Federalist View Post
    bioweapon...
    That's one $#@!ty bioweapon.

  14. #12
    He has a 33 year old son, and he is that naive. I think I handled being disheartened with politics a lot better when I was a kid.


  15. #13
    I don't necessarily know of any man or woman worth dying for outside of family. I felt prior to reading this transcript and comments, that was pretty commonly accepted.

    Willing to die for Trump? Come on, that's taking it a step too far. The guy has lived fine his whole life and will likely live the rest out just fine (although that's not 100% guaranteed). I get he was the "deplorables" candidate. I get we've witnessed one of, if not the largest, hackjob against a person by the mainstream media over the last four years, arguably most, if not all of it, proven to be untrue and downright slander. I get these things and much else. But he's not worth dying for. This country isn't worth dying for at this point. People need to get a grip and put their big boy pants on and focus your energies and emotions to more "productive" things. Crying and claiming you're willing to die for this guy won't do much.
    Welcome to the R3VOLUTION!

  16. #14
    [T]he Never-Trumpers — the people that worked to sabotage Donald Trump for four years — are now hoping that Trump voters will show up in the Georgia runoffs on January 5th and elect the two Republicans.

    They’re admitting that they can’t get these two guys — well, Kelly Loeffler. They can’t get ’em elected without Trump voters, and they are hoping that Trump voters will show up. And William here is fed up! Fed up. “You need us? NOW you need us? But you make fun of us and you laugh at us for four years, and you’re not there representing us at all, ever — and now you need us?” and my guess is you’re not really tempted to show up and help them out here because you’re tired of being betrayed and all that. I totally get it.

    [...]

    [T]here are Never Trumpers are all concerned about these two open seats in Georgia, the Senate seats, and that these Never Trumpers are worried that Trump voters might not show up and might not vote for the Republicans and therefore the Republicans might not hold the Senate.

    [...]

    [They] are all concerned that the Trump voters will now not show up and help the two Republican candidates win the Senate seats — you know, Perdue and Loeffler. That comment is what made the guy call the program. It was all… It was the last straw. You heard the pain in that man’s voice.

    I felt it.

    Yesterday, we had a caller who asked if anybody else cares, and the answer is that we do care. We care so much, our souls hurt.

    [...]

    Yeah, they may have been voting Trump, but they also voted Republican down ballot. By expressing loyalty to Trump, they expressed loyalty to the Republican Party. All these Republicans had to do to benefit from all of this was just be loyal to Donald Trump, even if they had to fake it. That’s all they had to do, and they could have benefited wildly from the support of all of them.

    [... T]hat’s what the caller was referring to. And it is those Republicans I am referring to when I share this story with you, the Never Trumpers are all concerned now about the two Georgia Senate seats.

    They’re worried Trump voters might not show up due to being down and out over the assumed loss by Trump. And then I said, “Funny how these Never Trumpers want us to save their bacon now.” They want us to go out and vote for Perdue, vote for Loeffler, while they sat on their butts and they ridiculed Trump and us for voting for ’em, and they couldn’t bring themselves to openly support him or the people who elected him.

    [...]

    Yeah, we want to win the two seats.

    Yeah, we want the Republicans to maintain control. But there’s a lot of people out there right now who are ambivalent and wouldn’t mind if the Republicans lost those two seats and sit around and watch the Democrats and the Republicans deal with the mess that they have made. But let me be clear about something.
    Rush rambles on and on about "Never Trumpers" (which accounts for the numerous ellipses in the material quoted above) and about how "[w]e care so much, our souls hurt" - but notice that he never once suggests doing anything that would actually punish the Republicans. In fact, if anything, he does just the opposite (see the bold emphasis I added in the material quoted above).

    Unless and until Limbaugh advocates actively withholding support and votes from Republicans, he's just blowing hot air and herding the cattle (which as far as I can tell is exactly what he's always done).

    I have little use for Lawrence O'Donnell, but at least he has more balls than Rush Limbaugh does. He tells it like it is in the video clip from this Glenn Greenwald tweet. Exactly the same thing applies with respect to the Republicans and Trump supporters (or right-wingers, or whomever).

    https://twitter.com/ggreenwald/statu...54072239128577
    Last edited by Occam's Banana; 11-21-2020 at 09:20 PM.


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    • "When law and morality are in contradiction to each other, the citizen finds himself in the cruel alternative of either losing his moral sense, or of losing his respect for the law." - The Law (p. 54)
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    • "[W]ar is always begun in the interest of the few, and at the expense of the many."
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  17. #15
    Quote Originally Posted by Contumacious View Post
    Pure nonsense.


    80,000,000 Million Americans - a f u c k i n g landslide -voted for Trump even though the Fake News Media aka the SEE BS Network did everything possible in the past 4 years to smear and damage his administration. They bombarded the airwaves with claims that DJT was responsible for covid19.
    LOL at 80 million votes. Even Trump hasn't claimed that.

    As for the COVID 19 coverage...well Trump did that to himself by talking to Bob Woodward and telling Mr. Woodward, of all people, that he knew back in January that COVID was really bad but he downplayed it because he didn't want to cause a "panic." Rule one of fight club. Don't talk about fight club. Rule one about Bob Woodward. Don't talk to Bob Woodward. If you do, expect whatever you say to be recorded and used against you.

    Everything is about Trump.
    No it isn't.

    But Trump is not a career bureaucrat.
    I agree.

    Initially he depended on Fauci to advise him about the covid19 threat.
    I knew Fauci was full of crap when he was telling everyone not to wear masks and that masks would do more harm than good. (Yeah I know. Some people hear insist on believing Fauci's earlier lies about masks. But anyway). Then Fauci was telling people that heat and humidity didn't necessarily kill the coronavirus. More crap because the novel coronavirus is just another coronavirus and we already had evidence that heat and humidity kill coronaviruses. Basically Fauci was giving us no other options except lockdowns. That said....I SAID FIRE FAUCI IN MAY! By MAY there was more than enough time for anybody to tell Fauci was a snake in the grass. In April, Fauci threw Trump under the bus by telling Jake Tapper that there was "pushback" against taking the virus more seriously. Trump allowed Fauci to walk that back. Trump should have fired him.

    As late as mid February 2020 Fauci was claiming that you only had to be concerned about covid19 if you consume snakes or bats - which I guarantee not one does in these US of A.
    That's why I said fire him by MAY. Also the paper Fauci submitted to the New England Journal Of Medicine in February said nothing about eating snakes and bats. It did say that he expected COVID-19 to be no worse than the seasonal flu.

    No one suspected that he was using his position as NIHID Director as a subterfuge to concoct a hoax and force the states to use mail in ballots.
    By MAY there was plenty of public evidence to suspect Fauci of all sorts of things. Also by that time it had been revealed that Fauci had helped fund the Wuhan research.
    9/11 Thermate experiments

    Winston Churchhill on why the U.S. should have stayed OUT of World War I

    "I am so %^&*^ sick of this cult of Ron Paul. The Paulites. What is with these %^&*^ people? Why are there so many of them?" YouTube rant by "TheAmazingAtheist"

    "We as a country have lost faith and confidence in freedom." -- Ron Paul

    "It can be a challenge to follow the pronouncements of President Trump, as he often seems to change his position on any number of items from week to week, or from day to day, or even from minute to minute." -- Ron Paul
    Quote Originally Posted by Brian4Liberty View Post
    The road to hell is paved with good intentions. No need to make it a superhighway.
    Quote Originally Posted by osan View Post
    The only way I see Trump as likely to affect any real change would be through martial law, and that has zero chances of success without strong buy-in by the JCS at the very minimum.

  18. #16
    Quote Originally Posted by jmdrake View Post




    LOL at 80 million votes. Even Trump hasn't claimed that.

    As for the COVID 19 coverage...well Trump did that to himself by talking to Bob Woodward and telling Mr. Woodward, of all people, that he knew back in January that COVID was really bad but he downplayed it because he didn't want to cause a "panic." Rule one of fight club. Don't talk about fight club. Rule one about Bob Woodward. Don't talk to Bob Woodward. If you do, expect whatever you say to be recorded and used against you.



    No it isn't.



    I agree.



    I knew Fauci was full of crap when he was telling everyone not to wear masks and that masks would do more harm than good. (Yeah I know. Some people hear insist on believing Fauci's earlier lies about masks. But anyway). Then Fauci was telling people that heat and humidity didn't necessarily kill the coronavirus. More crap because the novel coronavirus is just another coronavirus and we already had evidence that heat and humidity kill coronaviruses. Basically Fauci was giving us no other options except lockdowns. That said....I SAID FIRE FAUCI IN MAY! By MAY there was more than enough time for anybody to tell Fauci was a snake in the grass. In April, Fauci threw Trump under the bus by telling Jake Tapper that there was "pushback" against taking the virus more seriously. Trump allowed Fauci to walk that back. Trump should have fired him.



    That's why I said fire him by MAY. Also the paper Fauci submitted to the New England Journal Of Medicine in February said nothing about eating snakes and bats. It did say that he expected COVID-19 to be no worse than the seasonal flu.



    By MAY there was plenty of public evidence to suspect Fauci of all sorts of things. Also by that time it had been revealed that Fauci had helped fund the Wuhan research.
    During the "recount" they found in Fulton County , 9000 votes . HOW THE F U C K does any one miss counting 9000 votes ?!?!?!?!?!? There are 157 counties in Georgia , why didn't they extend the count to all those counties and conduct an audit in front of Republican poll watchers ?!?!?!?!?!? The Georgia miscounting alone easily increase DJT votes total to 80.000.000 million. Watch and see.

    The FAKE NEWS MEDIA aka SEE BS promoted Fauci to angel status. It became politically unacceptable to terminate him .

    Fauci never admitted that he pumped $7.4 MMMMillions into the Wuhan China Virology Lab. Nor did he admit that Obama was so concerned about the CDC/Pentagon Biowarfare program that he placed a Moratorium in 2017 .


    And of course WE THE PEOPLE pay the consequences.
    .
    .DON'T TAX ME BRO!!!

    .
    .
    "It does not take a majority to prevail, but rather an irate, tireless minority, keen on setting brush fires of freedom in the minds of men." -- Samuel Adams (1722-1803)



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  20. #17
    Quote Originally Posted by Contumacious View Post
    During the "recount" they found in Fulton County , 9000 votes . HOW THE F U C K does any one miss counting 9000 votes ?!?!?!?!?!? There are 157 counties in Georgia , why didn't they extend the count to all those counties and conduct an audit in front of Republican poll watchers ?!?!?!?!?!? The Georgia miscounting alone easily increase DJT votes total to 80.000.000 million. Watch and see.

    The FAKE NEWS MEDIA aka SEE BS promoted Fauci to angel status. It became politically unacceptable to terminate him .

    Fauci never admitted that he pumped $7.4 MMMMillions into the Wuhan China Virology Lab. Nor did he admit that Obama was so concerned about the CDC/Pentagon Biowarfare program that he placed a Moratorium in 2017 .


    And of course WE THE PEOPLE pay the consequences.
    LOL. You realize 80,000,000 million votes = 80,000,000,000,000 votes? But no I don't think Trump got 80,000,000 votes either. He may have one in Georgia, Pennsylvania and Michigan by thin margins but 80,000,000 is hyperbole. Anyway, we shall see.

    On Fauci, it doesn't matter whether or not he "admitted" it. It's public record and has been since the end of April.

    https://www.newsweek.com/dr-fauci-ba...search-1500741

    Again, that's why I said he should have been fired in May. Also I don't recall Fauci ever denying this. He could have but if He did I missed it. What I've seen Fauci deny is that COVID-19 was man made. And yeah, I remember that Obama stopped the gain of function funding. One of the other good things Obama did. (Draw down in Iraq. Iran nuclear deal. Letting schools opt out of No Child Left Behind. Allowing guns in federal parks and on Amtrak. That's about all I can think of at the moment.)
    9/11 Thermate experiments

    Winston Churchhill on why the U.S. should have stayed OUT of World War I

    "I am so %^&*^ sick of this cult of Ron Paul. The Paulites. What is with these %^&*^ people? Why are there so many of them?" YouTube rant by "TheAmazingAtheist"

    "We as a country have lost faith and confidence in freedom." -- Ron Paul

    "It can be a challenge to follow the pronouncements of President Trump, as he often seems to change his position on any number of items from week to week, or from day to day, or even from minute to minute." -- Ron Paul
    Quote Originally Posted by Brian4Liberty View Post
    The road to hell is paved with good intentions. No need to make it a superhighway.
    Quote Originally Posted by osan View Post
    The only way I see Trump as likely to affect any real change would be through martial law, and that has zero chances of success without strong buy-in by the JCS at the very minimum.

  21. #18
    Quote Originally Posted by jmdrake View Post
    LOL. You realize 80,000,000 million votes = 80,000,000,000,000 votes? But no I don't think Trump got 80,000,000 votes either. He may have one in Georgia, Pennsylvania and Michigan by thin margins but 80,000,000 is hyperbole. Anyway, we shall see.

    On Fauci, it doesn't matter whether or not he "admitted" it. It's public record and has been since the end of April.

    https://www.newsweek.com/dr-fauci-ba...search-1500741

    Again, that's why I said he should have been fired in May. Also I don't recall Fauci ever denying this. He could have but if He did I missed it. What I've seen Fauci deny is that COVID-19 was man made. And yeah, I remember that Obama stopped the gain of function funding. One of the other good things Obama did. (Draw down in Iraq. Iran nuclear deal. Letting schools opt out of No Child Left Behind. Allowing guns in federal parks and on Amtrak. That's about all I can think of at the moment.)
    I don't think 80 million is a stretch. I think he got much higher than 12% of African Americans voting for him. Considering most of the shenanigans happened in urban, high-minority-population areas, local poll officials probably disenfranchised a lot of black voters by either diluting their votes or flipping the votes outright. God have mercy on them if that happens to be the case. For those that know the democratic party has deep roots in racism, it shouldn't/wouldn't be anything particularly surprising.
    Quote Originally Posted by timosman View Post
    This is getting silly.
    Quote Originally Posted by Swordsmyth View Post
    It started silly.
    T.S. Elliot's The Hollow Men

  22. #19
    Quote Originally Posted by nobody's_hero View Post
    I don't think 80 million is a stretch. I think he got much higher than 12% of African Americans voting for him. Considering most of the shenanigans happened in urban, high-minority-population areas, local poll officials probably disenfranchised a lot of black voters by either diluting their votes or flipping the votes outright. God have mercy on them if that happens to be the case. For those that know the democratic party has deep roots in racism, it shouldn't/wouldn't be anything particularly surprising.
    I doubt he got 12% in general but he might have gotten 12% of the black male vote. And from what I've heard from the experts looking at this, most of the flipping happened in Trump strongholds. But we will see.
    9/11 Thermate experiments

    Winston Churchhill on why the U.S. should have stayed OUT of World War I

    "I am so %^&*^ sick of this cult of Ron Paul. The Paulites. What is with these %^&*^ people? Why are there so many of them?" YouTube rant by "TheAmazingAtheist"

    "We as a country have lost faith and confidence in freedom." -- Ron Paul

    "It can be a challenge to follow the pronouncements of President Trump, as he often seems to change his position on any number of items from week to week, or from day to day, or even from minute to minute." -- Ron Paul
    Quote Originally Posted by Brian4Liberty View Post
    The road to hell is paved with good intentions. No need to make it a superhighway.
    Quote Originally Posted by osan View Post
    The only way I see Trump as likely to affect any real change would be through martial law, and that has zero chances of success without strong buy-in by the JCS at the very minimum.

  23. #20
    Quote Originally Posted by Jenard Butler View Post
    That's one $#@!ty bioweapon.
    This was all a training op.
    We must picture Hell as a state where everyone is perpetually concerned about his own dignity and advancement, where everyone has a grievance, and where everyone lives the deadly serious passions of envy, self-importance, and resentment. - C. S. Lewis

  24. #21
    #walkaway
    "The one permanent emotion of the inferior man is fear - fear of the unknown, the complex, the inexplicable. What he wants above everything else is safety."
    H. L. Mencken

    Quote Originally Posted by Contumacious View Post
    Yes, indeed , we will never be able to prove fraud.

  25. #22
    Quote Originally Posted by Anti Federalist View Post
    Over a quarter million people are dead from a bioweapon attack carried out by a foreign hostile government...
    To the untrained response would then appear 'callous incompetence' or FLAT (Folded Like A Tent); as 2000 Americans are dying daily from covid, his Sec of State is busy visiting wineries in Israeli settlements (presumably to line up donor for his own 2014 Presidential run) and devoted leader himself is out golfing without a care in thr world. Unless he's still in the "it's a hoax" mode.


    President Donald Trump waves as he plays golf at Trump National Golf Club in Sterling, Va., Saturday, Nov. 21, 2020.
    Manuel Balce Ceneta | AP Photo
    President Donald Trump on Saturday did not participate in a virtual G-20 session on global response efforts to the coronavirus and improved pandemic preparedness, even as Covid-19 cases surge and break daily records in the U.S.


    Maybe it's not a cult as some in MSM are painting it but some funny stuff is going on here if Bush-Cheney water carrier Rush is now fielding such calls from devoted followers. Perhaps just tweeting about "China Virus" does the trick for his fanbase.

  26. #23
    I find it bizarre that anyone would want to die for an individual elected official, but I completely sympathize with his frustration. Heritage Americans have been used, abused, and killed by the Washington machine without much thought or care since the dawn of the 20th Century.

    I'm afraid we are reaching a breaking point. What happens when anguish turns into righteous anger?



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