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The interview with the black lady also brought up comparison between the treatment of Hillary Clinton and Trump regarding the FBI raid.  Who has forgotten about Hillary's emails?  That would really resonate!

 

 

 

 

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20 hours ago, herbie said:

real powerful to the braindead morons that still support the lout.

LMAO. That's pretty ripe coming from a Trudeau/Biden supporter. All you've got against Trump is some lies about racism, the witch hunt and 1.5 hours of rioting.

Trudeau and Biden are responsible for destroying two countries. 

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20 hours ago, herbie said:

real powerful to the braindead morons that still support the lout.

This is kind of funny because that's sort of what conservatives think of those that support Biden and his Bernie Sanders policies. How's that working out for them?

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Not being American I don't "support" anyone down there.

But I can be totally objective and spot a complete lying idiot when I've observed how one's acted over several years. Made Bush look like Einstein and Nixon look like Jesus.

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Says the one who can't see what's in front of his eyes and denies 5 years of evidence.... tack on the total belief in imagined conspiracies over physical evidence... why that's textbook indicators of a psychological disorder.

Which means I should refrain from calling any remaining Trump supporters stupid, I should pity them for being mentally ill. Should they ever come up with a cure, i'd suppose you'd want me to respect your freedumb to remain insane as well...

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15 hours ago, herbie said:

Not being American I don't "support" anyone down there.

But I can be totally objective and spot a complete lying idiot when I've observed how one's acted over several years. Made Bush look like Einstein and Nixon look like Jesus.

And you look like a tweenkie.

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14 hours ago, herbie said:

Says the one who can't see what's in front of his eyes and denies 5 years of evidence.... tack on the total belief in imagined conspiracies over physical evidence... why that's textbook indicators of a psychological disorder.

Which means I should refrain from calling any remaining Trump supporters stupid, I should pity them for being mentally ill. Should they ever come up with a cure, i'd suppose you'd want me to respect your freedumb to remain insane as well...

Yes yes...5 years of evidence...that the Democrats and MSM will lie and cheat in order to gain power. And now almost 2 years of cowardice and stupidity. Yes siree Bob...the evidence is incontrovertible...Biden and the Democrats detest the USA.

Oh and...your projection is noted.

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9 hours ago, Nationalist said:

Biden and the Democrats detest the USA.

See I don't need to project shit. You're the one promoting obscure conspiracies and the lie the Orange Oaf was in it for anything other than himself. That completely unsubstantiated opinion snippet can be Exhibit A.

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2 minutes ago, herbie said:

See I don't need to project shit. You're the one promoting obscure conspiracies and the lie the Orange Oaf was in it for anything other than himself. That completely unsubstantiated opinion snippet can be Exhibit A.

herbie...you need to get that TDS treated. You're losing touch with reality.

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1 hour ago, herbie said:

You're the one promoting obscure conspiracies and the lie the Orange Oaf was in it for anything other than himself

If that's really a big deal to you then why isn't Biden's influence peddling the biggest deal of the last 20 years for you?

Hunter reaped $$millions$$ of dollars from Ukraine and China, and his main contribution to anyone in those countries was access to his father - the VPOTUS.

 

When SNC Lavalin wanted access to bid on the $150,000,000,000.00 in federal contracts that the Libs were handing out in their infrastructure program, they got Trudeau to create the DPA law for them, but that wasn't even enough because our AG still didn't believe that they qualified for its protection. So Trudeau pressured the AG to use it, and when she didn't do his bidding, she was fired. 

CTV and CBC won't tell you this, but SNC had a court-documented history of bribing Canadian politicians. CBC and CTV both covered the story of Michel Fournier back in 2017 - he pleaded guilty to accepting $2,300,000.00 in bribes from SNC Lavalin to win a $127M contract to repair/maintain the Jacques Cartier Bridge in Mtl. 

FYI SNC has an international division, do you think that it's worth considering the fact that maybe a company that bribed a guy to win a single bridge contract might have given Trudeau some form of compensation for all the hard work that he did on their behalf, so that they could bid on $150B worth of federal projects?

Trudeau said that he did it to save the jobs of 5,000 Quebec workers, but he cost 100,000 jobs in Alberta quite happily.

 

What gives you the impression that the Bidens and Trudeau aren't just in it for themselves? Or Nancy Pelosi, and her husband with the impeccable track record for timely investing? 

You're such a sucker that I just feel sad for you. 

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As opposed to the over $400,000,000.00 Ivanka made while the Traitor was the WH?

How about the billions Jared Kushner made? 

Hunter Biden never served in the WH, Ivanka and Jared did.

Nor can anyone prove anything regard the rumors of HB.

Truly pathetic and total epic fail.

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What the hell do Hunter Biden, Hillary Clinton, Trudeau, SNC and Quebec and Alberta workers have to do with Trump's behaviours and actions? Rolling on the floor kicking and screaming like a 4 yr old's temper tantrum is how you answer an opinion.

The Grand Asshead was a crook, a traitor to democracy and f***ed over Canada every chance he could get, living proof that America was so unwilling to accept a woman President they elected and actual c**t instead,

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23 minutes ago, herbie said:

What the hell do Hunter Biden, Hillary Clinton, Trudeau, SNC and Quebec and Alberta workers have to do with Trump's behaviours and actions? Rolling on the floor kicking and screaming like a 4 yr old's temper tantrum is how you answer an opinion.

The Grand Asshead was a crook, a traitor to democracy and f***ed over Canada every chance he could get, living proof that America was so unwilling to accept a woman President they elected and actual c**t instead,

Except there's that pesky fact that Trump presided over the best economy the world has ever known.

But yah...have your TDS temper tantrum.

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44 minutes ago, Nationalist said:

Except there's that pesky fact that Trump presided over the best economy the world has ever known.

Paul Ryan left the Republicans because of the deficit Trump created.

It was government spending money like socialists do.  Conservatives on this very board were appalled.

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3 minutes ago, Michael Hardner said:

Paul Ryan left the Republicans because of the deficit Trump created.

It was government spending money like socialists do.  Conservatives on this very board were appalled.

Yes Mike...Paul Ryan...blah blah woof woof.

It was working beautifully and that must really drive you nuts.

Results Mike. They count for more than your silly feelings.

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4 minutes ago, Nationalist said:

1. Yes Mike...Paul Ryan...blah blah woof woof.

2. It was working beautifully and that must really drive you nuts.

3. Results Mike. They count for more than your silly feelings.

1. I guess that's your response then. 😂

2. Deficit spending in good times works great, if you love debt.  No I rather enjoyed watching how the Republicans had to subvert the entire Tea Party movement's prime objective. It was fascinated for sure, from a spectator politics standpoint.

3. This is like taking a cash advance on your Visa and rolling around on the floor laughing at how rich you are...

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Just now, Michael Hardner said:

1. I guess that's your response then. 😂

2. Deficit spending in good times works great, if you love debt.  No I rather enjoyed watching how the Republicans had to subvert the entire Tea Party movement's prime objective. It was fascinated for sure, from a spectator politics standpoint.

3. This is like taking a cash advance on your Visa and rolling around on the floor laughing at how rich you are...

1. Ya gits wut ya pays fer Mike. Paul Ryan was a twit. He paid the price. Now he's nobody.

2. Me too frankly. Guess that just goes to show...messaging and results. A winning combination. 

3. Yes unfortunately...I'm sure you believe that simple comparison.

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11 minutes ago, Nationalist said:

1. Ya gits wut ya pays fer Mike. Paul Ryan was a twit. He paid the price. Now he's nobody.

2. Me too frankly. Guess that just goes to show...messaging and results. A winning combination. 

3. Yes unfortunately...I'm sure you believe that simple comparison.

1. Two name calls, and a tacit acceptance of reckless spending.  Got it.

2. If Trump wins that is all that matters.

3. You haven't said anything to counter my claim other than calling a career Republican a twit and a nobody.  

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12 minutes ago, Michael Hardner said:

1. Two name calls, and a tacit acceptance of reckless spending.  Got it.

2. If Trump wins that is all that matters.

3. You haven't said anything to counter my claim other than calling a career Republican a twit and a nobody.  

Nothing more necessary Mike. It's not like you have any sensible arguments. 

"Trump bad. Spend money. Paul Ryan."

Mike tomorrow night Liz Cheyney loses her primary and will be history. In November the Republicans will take congress and probably the senate. Up here PP will be the head of our conservative party. By 2024 the USA and Canada will have very different politics and with any luck...good leadership.

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