- Nov 30, 2001
Fascism personified !
That surprises me....i know you are well read (even outside of engine manuals). Ive read him but never really understood him.lol.
I had to do a search of Carlos. Never heard of him before your post.
( Good one )
From the Washington Examiner, which has seemed pro Trump in the past:In recent weeks, there has been chatter about Trump replacing Rep. Nancy Pelosi as speaker if Republicans win back the House in 2022.
"My commitment to you is that my vote for the U.S. House of Representatives will go to Donald J. Trump," Rep. Matt Gaetz, a Trump ally, told a crowd on July 3.
Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy appeared to say in a June 18 Fox News interview that Trump wanted to be speaker, which he later clarified to mean Trump wants McCarthy to become speaker.
The former president has even teased the possibility himself, calling the notion "very interesting."
Former President Donald Trump said running for the U.S. House of Representatives is a "very interesting" prospect as he continues to tease a 2024 presidential run.
"You know, it's very interesting," Trump said when conservative commentator Wayne Allyn Root pitched the congressional bid idea.
"Why not, instead of waiting for 2024, and I'm hoping you'll run in 2024, but why not run in 2022 for the United States Congress? A House seat in Florida. Win big. Lead us to a dramatic landslide victory taking the House by 50 seats. And then, you become the speaker of the House, lead the impeachment of Biden, and start criminal investigations against Biden," Root said.
“You'll wipe him out for this last two years," the radio host added.
Realistically, how can those in the employ of a group trying to overthrow a government, be trusted?Acting Secretary of State Veronica Degraffenreid said on Wednesday that Fulton County violated the state election code by giving a third party access to its election databases and other certified equipment in an audit of the 2020 results.
Ouch!Fox News anchor Bret Baier threw facts at Donald Trump on Monday after the former president went on a tirade against him for reporting that President Joe Biden fairly won Arizona in the 2020 election.
Trump attacked Baier, his show, Fox News and other media outlets Friday for “siding with” the Maricopa County Election Board in reporting that there was no fraud in the 2020 election.
Trump fumed that the media wouldn’t report on the “findings” presented by the third-party auditors at the hearing, which one Arizona columnist said was akin to “one of MyPillow Guy Mike Lindell’s informercials” or a Trump press release.
It was long on innuendo (perfect for the MAGA crowd)
Consider......Lindell is trusting enemy nations that were trying to damage our electoral process and apparently accomplished that trust by hacking enemy hackers.Kevin Skoglund, president and chief technologist of Citizens for Better Elections, told The Dispatch that Lindell's data theory is "technically incoherent and wrong in several ways." According to Skoglund, Lindell claims that his team of anonymous experts collected internet traffic from foreign computers that infiltrated US voting systems.
Now it's starting to make senseThe pillow salesman had so much crack cocaine pounding through his bloodstream he hadn’t slept for two weeks, he would later say. Even the drug dealers were counseling Mike Lindell to slow down.
As Lindell tells it, his success has the classic Horatio Alger shape — with cocaine and infomercials and divine inspiration.
jb - you might wanna reconsider watching his bizarreness - that's time you will never recover !
Same old...same old.Ryan Randazzo, a reporter for the Arizona Republic, summed up the situation in a Friday evening tweet: "The liaison for the Arizona election audit gave some data to outside experts who want to check the Cyber Ninjas' work, and then he was locked out of the audit. Also it looks like the ninjas miscounted and the roof on the budget building is leaking."
Although Trump and many of his Republican allies continue to claim that there was widespread fraud in the 2020 election, they have not provided evidence to substantiate this extraordinary allegation. On the contrary, dozens of election challenge lawsuits have failed in state and federal courts. Even judges appointed by Trump and other Republicans have rejected the often bizarre claims.
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