Andrew Duck’s letter to the editor of July 30 certainly sounded angry.

I’d be angry too if what he said were true. But Mr. Duck didn’t lie; he just misspoke. I guess he’s too blinded by his hate for Mr. Trump to recognize what has already been reported.

Peter Strzok told his superiors that there was no “there there” about General Flynn, and he actually didn’t lie (but he went broke trying to defend himself). His lover, Lisa Page, reported that in testimony to Congress (Strzok would not answer, but she did).

As far as the others go, Manafort’s lies had nothing to do with the Trump campaign, but he was convicted of fraud in cahoots with Ukraine.

Wasn’t Papadopoulos set up by Joseph Mifsud and other FBI undercover people? Wasn’t the Steele dossier based on lies? Why didn’t Mr. Mueller go after those who perpetrated it?

Oh, he testified last week that he really didn’t know anything about it. He acted like he didn’t know anything about the report that he probably didn’t write.

Why didn’t Mueller question Julian Assange? He was interviewed by one Ellen Ratner back in November 2016 and it’s on video that he told her that the Russians didn’t hack the DNC servers but it was an inside job.

It was also reported by one Bill Binney, a former technical intelligence director at the NSA, that at the speed at which the information was downloaded, it could not have been done by an outside hacker, and that it was likely downloaded to a USB stick and had to have been an inside job.

Why didn’t Comey or Mueller actually examine the DNC server? Because the DOJ admitted that Crowdstrike, the cybersecurity firm that the DNC chose over the FBI in 2016 to examine its compromised computer servers, never produced an unredacted or final forensic report for the government because the FBI never required it.

Maybe Mr. Trump is guilty of obstructing justice, but based on the above, do you blame him? I thought there had to be evidence of a crime before one is investigated. I see plenty of evidence of a crime against him. What about those 30,000 emails and destroyed cellphones?

John Szarnicki

Walkersville

(153) comments

jagman

"Black Civil Rights Leader Endorses Trump"



https://theblacksphere.net/2019/08/black-civil-rights-leader-endorses-trump/


rikkitikkitavvi

Chuck Schumer has been in office for 38 years. Nancy Pelosi has been in office for 32 years. Maxine Waters has been in office for 28 years Joe Biden was in office for 44 years. They blame Donald Trump for all of Americas problems and he hasn't even been in office for 3 years. How is that possible? Anyone care to take a dare and give an honest answer to that question or is it too boring to take a shot at it? Take your time I know it will be perplexing to the prog/libs on this forum in it's simplicity and you folks do have issues with the simple stuff.

public-redux

“They blame Donald Trump for all of Americas (sic problems...”

If you can’t back this up, you’re just making our side look stupid — again! For example, when did any of those leftists blame Donald JOHN Trump for the high cost of college? How about the murder rate amongst “urban” Americans?

rikkitikkitavvi

Do your own research into all the subjects that all the hateTrumpers on this board are referencing and railing against him for. Don't cherry pick "high cost of college and murder rate amongst "urban" Americans" as you topics. When has fnp brought up those subjects and when was there so many comments about them? Be better pub. I know you have it in you. Or don't you?

public-redux

Ah, so you didn’t really mean what you wrote. Got it, Dennis.

rikkitikkitavvi

pub- you evaded my question? Was it not understandable the way it was written?

public-redux

Dennis, you didn’t back up your claim. Did you invent it?

rikkitikkitavvi

Answer the question I posed to you and the others on this board and stop deflecting by answering my question with one of your own. Typical hateTrumper tactic.

public-redux

I don’t hate Trump. I simply don’t want him as president. He is insufficiently conservative.



In other news, you wrote that leftists blame Donald JOHN Trump for “all” of America’s problems and I disproved that by identifying two problems that I’ve never seen leftists blame Trump for. Now it is time for you to do the honorable thing and admit your error. Or do you not have it in you? Or you could prove me wrong.

public-redux

For someone who pretty clearly doesn’t have English as her first language, you do pretty well. But if you’re going to argue in English, you might want to get better at it.

rikkitikkitavvi

Pub, stop trying to obfuscate my question. You know exactly what I mean. That's what you and the rest of your team on here attempt to do to all comments and responses. As well as deflect, distract, demonize, dehumanize and most of all project. If you can't answer the original question just say so. Have a MAGA weekend.

public-redux

My team? I’m practically the only conservative here who points out rightist idiocies.



As for obfuscating, don’t blame your poor verbal skills on me. Take responsibility for your mistakes. Like Donald JOHN Trump doesn’t.



Why don’t you start by looking up “all”.

huskycats

Thank you Jagman, beautiful response.

jagman

Go ahead, those on the left. Attack the author of this article:



https://thehill.com/opinion/white-house/456523-donald-trumps-no-racist-as-past-acts-and-presidential-record-prove

jagman

Here we go again. Whiny, sniveling lefties bemoaning the same silly claims as they have for nearly three years. repeating exactly what they are told on the left-wing hate sites and cable TV. Echoing each other as they do on every article. None of it matters.

What does matter is the strong economy, lowest unemployment in 50 years, strongest wage growth in decades, high consumer sentiment and high small business sentiment. We also have a president willing to champion America, Americans and American history. Unfortunately, all this pro-America talk has lefty all twisted in a knot. It is on full display here in the FNP comment section.



Let's try something different. How about one of you on the left explain to us why you can't stand the pro-America platform of the current president?

richardlyons

You crack me up.

jagman

I guess you're not up for the challenge. No surprise.

richardlyons

[lol]

richardlyons

[lol]

threecents

It's mean, stupid, and grotesque.

jagman

AHHH! An honest lefty: "American success is mean, stupid and grotesque".

You prove my point that the left hates America.

threecents

Jagman, You are another who never learned the difference between Love and Like. I Love America, but I don't Like some things about America. See what I did there?

jagman

threecents at 4:44: Sorry there dude. No do-overs for you. You spewed your disdain for America in your original reply and I'm sure you chose your words carefully.

threecents

Again Jag: Like vs Love. For example, I would always love my kids, even if they did something "mean, stupid, and grotesque" - for example, if they voted for Trump. They have also done many, many wonderful things, and I will always love them. Are you still stuck on Michelle Obama's speech, where she said she is finally proud of America. I got her audio book autobiography from the library, and she talks about that quite a bit. She was speaking off the cuff and actually said a lot of things in the speech about how great America is, but she realized she goofed up. Sorry if I digressed there, but I thought that might help open your mind.

jagman

You're the one with a mind so blinded by Trump-hate that you can't stand for America to succeed. Your original comment stands as proof. You got caught, bagged and tagged and now you are trying to wiggle out of it.



My observations about the left date back to the 60's. They hated America back then and they still do today. You have never called any of that out that I have seen. All you do is carp about Trump, parroting stuff you hear from the msm.

threecents

Jag, OK, I genuinely do not understand why you think my "original statement" shows I hate America. I love America (including you and the other deplorables), which is why I get impatient when America gets off track. Do I want America to have problems while Trump is president - the way Republican leaders said their main job was to make Obama look bad, rather than the country run well? No, but when that does happen I look at it as a silver lining.

jagman

And while your at it, educate yourself on how great our country is:



https://americanconsequences.com/the-greatest-country-in-the-greatest-time/

rikkitikkitavvi

Go to your safe space now cents. You've earned it and you deserve it by outing your entire fnp crew. Good job and Thank you for playing. MAGA 2020

richardlyons

[lol]too funny!

FCPS-Principal

Lost in all the noise is the answer to the writer's question. The answer is Yes.

rikkitikkitavvi

@faker A new day has dawned and her we go again. The answer is a resounding No.

huskycats

No Gary I'm not easy to influence, far from it. I'm just old enough to remember when we respected our country, our elders, the police, our teachers and principals and if you did something wrong however minor, you did it and you made amends and you didn't blame everyone else. Yeah I'm old but I'm glad I lived in a time when this really happened and am very sad to see what we've become.

FCPS-Principal

Wingnuts are re-writing history almost in real time now. Nobody but their own kind believes or cares what they say anymore. We know better and we don't waste our breath arguing with pigs.

rikkitikkitavvi

Uhm no faker! Who are the people tearing down statues? I give you a clue. The intolerant left. They are the ones attempting to rewrite history. Here a pig there a pig everywhere a pigpig. Old McDonald had a farm eieiooooooo

threecents

I am not part of the "intolerant left," as I was not for moving statues, but let's be clear: Their intolerance is only for intolerance. They are not going to stand for bad behavior anymore. I think they often over-react, but I mostly applaud what they stand for. As for me, live and let live.

rikkitikkitavvi

Cents are you admitting to indifference and apathy towards any issue with your "live and let live" attitude? Is this your across the board attitude on all issues or only the "WeHateTrump" social justice warriors including but not limited to all their pals and supporters issue? Please expand on your own words in your own words what you mean by that. I'm looking forward to reading your honesty and quite possibly gleaning some very important information in the process. Thanks in advance.

threecents

Rikki, Are you in a manic phase? I guess that is better than the phase where you kept challenging people to fights.

rikkitikkitavvi

Dear cents, your failure to answer the question I posed to you in an attempt to distract from the issues at hand, highlights the progressive tendencies of the left. In answer to YOUR question, I've decided to take a page out of your very own lib/prog playbook and enjoy the game until it isn't a game anymore. Have a MAGA day.

threecents

Rikki, You caught my attention with this sentence, "I've decided to take a page out of your very own lib/prog playbook and enjoy the game until it isn't a game anymore." What did you by that?

threecents

Sorry for typo. What did you "mean" by that?

awteam2000

History lesson:

Liberal ideology isn’t immune to violence nor always good. The Russian revolution, French revolution, American revolution and the Khmer Rouge where all so-called Liberal revolutions. All having different out comes. The Third Reich was a fascist movement, built on adversarial fears after WWI and carried over 19th century racist beliefs. Eugenics was a worldwide belief that aim to improve the genetic quality of the human population by excluding certain genetic groups judged to be inferior, and promoting other genetic groups judged to be superior. In the US we practice “Jim Crow” policies of separate but equal.

The German movement was led by an authoritarian leadership with a social support system for only the Aryan race under a strong capitalist structure. The then governing politicians thought the movement could be kept in check.

Initially the biggest adversaries were socialist leaning industrial groups leaning to communism, but the adversary later grew into attacking the social structure, hatred of others of special ethnic groups, ‘purity of the society’, the Aryan race. The “Nazis movement”.

Antifa doesn’t favor the Nazis movement but more like the United Resistance Movement (URM) the resistance to the Nazis. They were willing to fight back against racist hatred before it was accepted worldwide that Germany was a threat to humanity. A lot of similarities to the world today.


awteam2000

ICYMI, there were no ramparts around airports during the American Revolutionary War.

rikkitikkitavvi

Could have been since ramparts are defensive walls or parapets. Can you Mr. 2000 with all your knowledge about the Revolutionary war in America state without a doubt that there wasn't? Show your work.

awteam2000

Glad to help...

Trump said George Washington’s army ‘took over airports.’



He followed by saying “The Continental Army suffered a bitter “winner” 😂 at Valley Forge, found glory across the waters of the Delaware and seized victory from Cornwallis of Yorktown,” 🤔 Trump followed by referring to the 1781 surrender by British Gen. Charles Cornwallis at the Battle of Yorktown. “Our Army manned the air, it ran the ramparts, it took over the airports, it did everything it had to do.” 🇺🇸



“Ran the ramparts” meant the Continental Army overwhelmed the defensive structures of the British. But every grammar school student knows all the airplanes had already left before the ramparts were succumbed to the army. The airports where closed. The planes had already flown back to England. 🤷‍♂️Right?

rikkitikkitavvi

Aw, You should be exalted by your peers for your exhaustive knowledge of history. Your last paragraph was spoken like a true revolutionary. You should be proud that They (anitfa) are the brown shirts of the tolerant democrat party.

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rikkitikkitavvi

RP just happens to actually be my initials. [love]

gary4books

Since history is based on nuances I have to add that the liberal part of the Russian Revolution was the Kerensky Government and it fell to the Communist because of armed support from the military. As for the Khmer, I was just across the border in Vietnam when they came to power and have to say they were so far left that they had heavy battles with the NVA. Liberal was never on their page, mostly they were just mad.

huskycats

If Britain hates Trump so much why did they elect Boris Johnson? People are fed up with losing their rights and their countries. I AM for immigration - when it's done the right way. And I believe people who come to a new country should learn to adapt to its ways, not try to force their ways on everyone else, and if you think that makes me a racist so be it.

gary4books

Did someone force you to eat a taco? Or some pho? What has been forced on you? I would never say racist. Perhaps easy to influence or even open to something new.

rikkitikkitavvi

4booksguy We are forced to have instructions, as well as many other things printed or painted, foisted upon us because people refuse to learn the language of this country and don't feel included in the day to day function of our society as a whole. The local state and Federal Governments then surrender to the few and the taxpayers are forced to foot the bill for the extra ink, paint, etc.

hayduke2

WEAK- pay for extra ink, paint, etc...[lol][lol][lol][lol][lol][lol][lol]

public-redux

My family refused to learn English for four generations, R.P., but were always good conservatives.

rikkitikkitavvi

The money adds up duk. and you know it.

gary4books

[beam]

fnfn

[thumbup][thumbup][thumbup]

awteam2000

The Brexit deadline is due in October. Let’s see if Boris makes it through the end of the year.

gabrielshorn2013

The British people have spoken via their referendum, aw. Anything short of leaving is circumventing the expressed will of the people. Whether Boris Johnson survives politically to see it through is irrelevant. There was a vote, and everyone had an opportunity to express their preference through the vote. Like Neil Peart wrote "if you chose not to decide, you still have made a choice." A big majority of England voted to leave, while the Welsh, Scots, and N. Irish voted to stay. We will see how long Scotland stays a part of the UK.

public-redux

Now that the Brits have more information than they did at the time of the referendum, I wonder if a new vote would have the same result.

gabrielshorn2013

Probably not public. But if we don't vote, we are allowing someone else to make the choice for us, and we may not like the outcome. There was a 4% difference with 72% voting.

public-redux

Gabe, I suppose people are allowed to change their minds. So even if only the people who voted last time were allowed to vote in a second referendum, I too suspect the outcome would be different.

gabrielshorn2013

True public. But if wishes were horses... I have friends on both sides of the issue, and they are as entrenched as we are in the US.

public-redux

Well, there’s that “will of the people” thing. It would be ironic indeed for a parliamentary government to do something against the current will of the people. A fairly narrow majority of the Conservatives seem determined to not ask for an updated indication of the people’s will.

gabrielshorn2013

I'm not sure what you are getting at public. A referendum was announced, and the population knew what was at stake. They held a vote, and leave won with a 4% margin, and a 72% participation rate. That was their will at the time. There are no do overs if the result is not was expected. It appears that the MPs are unwilling to enact the legislation that will make it happen (three separate votes, and a vote of no confidence by Jeremy Corbyn's Labour Party) which lead to Teresa May's resignation, and Boris Johnson's being named PM. If it is up to Parliament (and it is), it will never happen, thus thwarting the will of the people. The UK is already paying a price as all of the EU functions headquartered in London, such as Finance, have moved to the continent.

public-redux

I’m getting at the idea that the current will of the people might be different than the will of the people four years ago. I suspect that people today have a better understanding of what is at stake than they did four years ago thanks to more information. I don’t understand why you think there could not be another referendum. Sure there could. Why not? It might have the same outcome. Or it might not. But it would, I trust you would agree, be a more current indication of the will of the people than a four-year-old vote.

gabrielshorn2013

Ok, I understand that you're saying that they should have a do-over on the vote. I understand that they probably could put up another referendum, but who does that? "Oops, let's vote again." That could go on ad infinitum, and nothing would ever happen because someone asks for a do-over.

awteam2000

There is growing support for a second referendums.

https://www.theguardian.com/commentisfree/2019/aug/06/mps-thwart-boris-johnson-no-deal

public-redux

Who does that? Well, the Danes, the Irish, people in Colorado. I suppose I could look for more but I think the point is made.

https://blogs.lse.ac.uk/europpblog/2015/10/19/asking-the-public-twice-why-do-voters-change-their-minds-in-second-referendums-on-eu-treaties/

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Colorado_Amendment_62

threecents

Funny, you all talking like you have the power to decide how Britain votes. No matter who "wins" your debate, it will have no effect.

public-redux

three, We are? I was engaging in idle speculation, much as I do about political contests in some of the 49 states I don't live in.

threecents

Pub, Sorry, now that I re-read what I wrote, it sounds like criticism, but I did not mean it that way.

public-redux

No worries.

awteam2000

You may not know how the new Prime Minister was selected in Britain 🇬🇧. It wasn’t by popular vote but the majority party in power 🎉. It would be like the Republican Party selecting someone to replace Ttump.

rikkitikkitavvi

[offtopic]

public-redux

“Boris Johnson has been placed in No 10 not by the British public or their elected representatives, but by 92,153 Conservative members, a group that collectively accounts for 0.13 per cent of the British population“

https://www.newstatesman.com/politics/staggers/2019/07/just-013-cent-population-voted-boris-johnson

rikkitikkitavvi

[offtopic][love]

public-redux

I assume you intended the "off topic" for huskycats, Dennis.

shiftless88

Do you realize that Britain did not elect Boris Johnson? They party chose him. They have a different form of government. Yes, the referendum supported Brexit but it is almost 100% that if they had the guts to re-do the vote it would not pass a second time. So "circumventing the will of the people" is really "not holding the vote again".

gabrielshorn2013

The vote was the will of the people as per the results of the vote on the referendum to exit the EU. You get one shot at a vote shiftless. If you don't like the outcome, you don't get a do-over. The referendum wasn't binding, but Teresa May's government said they would honor the results. And yes, I know how Parliament works. Who said Johnson was elected? I certainly didn't.

public-redux

It was huskycats who said Johnson was elected in the comment at the beginning of this thread.

shiftless88

Gabe; why don't you get another shot? Should you do something stupid just because a narrow majority voted for it several years ago before the true consequences were understood? That would be idiotic.

phydeaux994

Then why aren’t we still wearing a feather in our hair and a loin cloth husky cats?

awteam2000

BunnyLou and Rikki are lost souls void of reality. There comments aren’t worthy of responses. Just reflections of the obvious blindness to facts, expunged of critical thought...

Jim Hartley

Besides being sleazy (sexual assaults, affairs, prostitutes, tax evasion, draft dodging golf cheater), lazy ("executive time", golf, and Nuremburg rallies), and ignorant ("two Corinthians", "Who knew health care was so complicated?"), Ttump (or however he spells his name today; Don Jr. is confused) is also a weakling (a snowflake, if you will). Or at least the tweeter Ttump is easily bruised, the teleprompter Ttump does not exist in real life and is therefore irrelevant.

rikkitikkitavvi

HAHAhahahaha. Bless your little heart. It is obvious that you and your neverTrump team have nothing else but childish playground insults. He is still your President. Find a new safe space to cry. Fnp ain't it anymore.

Jim Hartley

Notice that Rkk did not charge me with lying or distorting or exaggerating, because everything I said is demonstrably true. Our president is sleazy, lazy, ignorant, and weak. Stiffing his contractors, cheating on his wives, playing tennis with his draft deferment bone spurs, forcing his tongue down the throats of his sexual prey. It's all in the public record.

public-redux

But on the plus side, the Great Patriotic Leader asked God to bless the good people of the failing Democratic city of Toledo.

rikkitikkitavvi

I responded to your comment of 2:15 at length. Someone's feelings must have been hurt (got salve?) so it got summarily deleted by the bias moderators of fnp. How does it make you feel to have twelve players on the field for your pathetic team Jimbo? Does it make you feel proud? It shouldn't. Censorship against a comment that is within the rules of the game, (wherever the game is played) and that is indeed what it is, a game, should disgust you and your fellow progressives. but it never will because you the other intolerant left want to play Judge, jury and executioner to silence the conservatives in your backyard and across this Nation. You should all take a bow and then get off the f'n stage before you hurt yourselves in the scramble to demonize the President and his supporters. Have a MAGA evening Jimmy and bless your little heart from dawn to dusk.

BunnyLou

The tolerant left consistently state this and that about Trump and his followers which have been proven to be false and/or out right lies. Of course, the tolerant ones (democrats) will deny and the denigrate you for pointing it out. This was the exact tactic employed by the nazis and since the nazis were white nationalists, homophobes xenophobes, etc. this fits and describes who the tolerant ones really are. Don’t take my word for it look at all of the stains on our history and see. They founded organizations such as the KKK and ANTIFA.

Samanthapowers

you need help.

rikkitikkitavvi

But sam "the doctor says I'm getting much better." "Night Court"? How could he be so wrong?

morel hunter

Do you have examples of the "been proven to be false and/ or out right lies".

Or is it just more right wing talking points? Hey, how'd that Benghazi investigation work out for you and Fox News? No convictions no indictments. Why is that do you suppose? There were plenty of Republican committees that had investigated it. Why couldn't they find any wrong doing?

rikkitikkitavvi

Do you have examples of being proven true and/or out right facts. This is fun!

BunnyLou

Steele Dossier, conspiracy to collude with Russia, obstruction of justice is that enough for starters? How about read some real news and not swallow tour party’s spooge blindly.

hayduke2

tolerance is a good thing - you should try it sometime.

DickD

Only a right wing Republican would agree with John, but this is a most interesting time for this LTE. Interesting because Strzok just filed a law suit, challenging his firing, saying  his first amendment rights have been violated.  In the suit it alleges that no one can say anything, except good things about Trump, which his supporters are doing on a daily basis.  He named a few of them on the White House staff.  It is also hard to believe that Manafort was jailed, if the judge was not convinced he violated the law.  But many right wing Republicans refuse to accept  the truth, calling everyone else a "sore loser".  There is also a Judge questions Barr's handling of Mueller findings.  https://trulytimes.com/judge-questions-barrs-handling-of-mueller-findings.html" Judge Reggie Walton, an appointee of former President George W. Bush, posed the questions during a hearing on a pair of Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) lawsuits seeking the redacted portions of the report.

rikkitikkitavvi

The leftists are sore losers. That is the lowest common denominator and you know it. You all put on the air that it's not but it most certainly is.

morel hunter

That's your rebuttal to the comment? What a waste. You could have at least started with; well I know Kellyanne has violated the Hatch Act repeatedly but.....she's a Republican and lies for Trump rather than Skorsky who is a Democrat and criticizes Trump.

rikkitikkitavvi

You could have started with I know the democrats lie like a rug when they open their mouths and speak about being pro-American. Why do you fail to do that?

gary4books

We are ALL sore losers. But many hope for a better future.

gary4books

It was all the "sore winners" that surprised. Never "We will do this because we won." Just "It is still Obama and Hillary's fault." That wore out a long time ago.

FrederickFan

Trump is disgusting in absolutely every way a leader could be disgusting. He has been a dirty stain on our Country, showing the world how bad we really are. And every day he remains in office spreading his repulsive messages of hate and outrage against everyone who doesn't support him, makes our once great nation look even more pathetic.

rikkitikkitavvi

So FF, your first sentence seems to imply you know a lot about leaders. Would that be only in this country or include leaders of other countries as well? I think, now this is only my opinion that you are not as well versed as you think about leaders. I'll stop there and bless your little heart from sun up to sun rise.

morel hunter

rikki, are you referring to the leaders that Trump praises such as Putin, Kim Jong Un, or Duterte? Or the leaders of our allies that Trump puts down? Remember he and Kim have exchanged letters and are in love. Trump's words not mine.

rikkitikkitavvi

I am referring to FF's statement about being all knowing in how disgusting our President can be in "everyway a leader can be disgusting." What first hand knowledge does he have that makes him an expert? Simple question you all deflect away.

huskycats

How about Ohio? That killer was a proud leftist and Elizabeth Warren supporter. Where's the outrage from the Dems on this one? Oh yeah, silly question.


rikkitikkitavvi

husky, they only have selective outrage to what they are told to be outraged about from the media talking heads. It is propagandized media. There isn't a topic out there that they aren't using to divide America. It is a pattern of divisive, activist coverage that will only grow worse. All of this is because their candidate lost to DJT. They saw that they had lost control of half the Nation and they don't like it one little bit. They have indeed become the enemy of the people.

morel hunter

Nearly every day Trump is tweeting division within our country. You don't see those tweets? Is that fake news? Why do people in other country's such as Britain protest when Trump goes there? The list goes on. Why doesn't Trump know his father was born in N.Y. and not Germany? Are there good people on both sides when one side preaches hate and one of them runs over a crowd killing a young woman? Trump is a divider and liar among many other negatives. He is dividing us and you and your ilk are too blind to realize it.

rikkitikkitavvi

@mushroom, says a defender of the democrat 'squad' that incites hatred of America and supports people that want to destroy America.

awteam2000

You think Elizabeth Warren has a message that encourages violence? 😳

rikkitikkitavvi

Aw 10:51 DEFLection. If her supporters think this way she must right? Or is their a bit of hypocrisy going around?

phydeaux994

Show me the last Racist Tweet or 10 or 20 that Senator Warren wrote that incited the Toledo, oops Dayton shooter to kill like Don did the El Paso shooter. Words have consequences.

rikkitikkitavvi

Dayton shooter supports her. Guilt by association sounds about right in the hate Trump era. How can you not agree without being a double standard hypocrite in your own right? Explain your thoughts on how that works.

MRS M

Oh, gee. Julian Assange? Peter Strozek? The only thing missing in yet another illuminating letter attempting to defend the indefensible is reference to the celebrating 9/11 Muslims. But at least we know...............Trump LOVES us (well, actually, just some of us, but that's ok), and he LOVES Wikileaks!!!!

eleanormp

Trump is a stain on this country. He promotes hatred and division every time he opens his mouth. He is aided in this reprehensible behavior by people like you, who cannot tell the truth form a lie from a conspiracy theory. Trump is guilty of many crimes, least of all is obstruction of justice.


rikkitikkitavvi

A stain? EWwwwwww. What color is the stain Orange or brown? Maybe a mixture of both. Or none of the above? Do tell elenor. We are waiting with baited breath.

eleanormp

Typical Trump supporter. Too lazy or stupid or arrogant to even bother to spell my name correctly.

FrederickFan

[thumbup]

BunnyLou

You are practicing Nazi tactics; therefore, you are a Nazi.

armillary

Russia, if you're listening, I hope you do a better job of picking us a president next election. This one is a stone cold loser, and his sycophants are even worse than he is.


rikkitikkitavvi

Pick Hillary and you can have more of our natural resources Mr. Putin. All you have to do is make a donation to my favorite charity. Me

FrederickFan

Why do you think they picked him? Trump is weak, ignorant, and easily manipulated.

rikkitikkitavvi

The People picked him ff. 64million plus unless we are all Russian bots. Yeah. that's the ticket, We are all bots programmed by Putin himself. Wasn't the bot card already played? Geeeez the left plays so many fake news cards I can't keep track of them all. What's a person to do?

Samanthapowers

the people did not pick him. why can't you get that through your thick head? how about you can leave, comrade?

Samanthapowers

plus he is a grifting con man, obstructionist, white nationalist, fear mongering dotard.

DickD

Yes, ar, but that is why Putin chose Trump.

Russian

Trump is certainly not responsible for the surge in radical domestic white terrorism but he responsible in the decline of white births the past two years in booming economy

awteam2000

Really?

The white terrorist in El Paso who murdered 22 people and wounding 26, in less then ten minutes, felt Trump was a motivating factor. He quoted Trump verbatim (word for word) in his manifesto he published 19 minutes before the slaughter. Now taken down.



Both the Pittsburgh Synagogue shooter and the MAGA Bomber where both motivated by Trump’s words. The MAGA Bomber’ Cesar Sayoc was sentenced to 20 years in prison on Monday. As part of his defense Cesar’s lawyers claimed he was motivated in Trump rallies and was a mitigating factor in his mental state.



The way one talks and the words one uses can have both positive and negative consequences. But Trump’s tirades are intentionally meant to have negative consequences, to create an enemy, divisiveness and hate. He has to at least be responsible for the words coming out of his mouth. 🙊

tonyc51

You should not forget to comment on the beliefs of the Dayton shooter while you engage in your rants. Or the congressional baseball practice shooter. Or ANTIFA attacks on people. ETC>>>>>>

awteam2000

Tonyc51, Yes, hate is hate, of any kind. And hate begets hate. Then when you encourage hate, encourage harm through your words, add weapons of war, you have stirred up a dangerous laxative. You can search for excuses, point out there’s other poop in the park but this ‘stink’ is Trump.

rikkitikkitavvi

If Trump's hateful rhetoric is responsible for Tx. Who is to blame for Dayton? Is that what you're asking tony? I was wondering about that too. What's the coverage between the two today?

hayduke2

When you are the president of tribalism, both sides have individuals who gravitate toward the extremes. Yes, I do recognize that the president's rhetoric has an impact on folks like the El Paso and Dayton shooter. Too bad you are so stuck on defending the president's divisive rhetoric that you can't acknowledge that. It is a sad day that this is what is the focal point of the carnage.

rikkitikkitavvi

aw -says a member of the tolerant left that is only tolerant if you agree with them.

rikkitikkitavvi

"President of tribalism?? Hahahahahahaha Quite the turn of a phrase there duk. What station did you get that from. Or was it on all the stations as you flipped through?

fjulia

Sounds like someone who gets all his "facts" [wink] from Trump apologists rather than objective sources.


rikkitikkitavvi

As opposed to? That is a valid question to you fjulia. Define the other side. What are they?

BunnyLou

Based on the four comments which precede mine, your LTE has shed the light of day on both those who believe the false narrative created by the Obama Administration and the total corruption of the free press.

shiftless88

It is funny how several years of Republican inquiries could never seem to actually prove anything in this LTE.

rikkitikkitavvi

Did you read the same letter that I just did? Or...

shiftless88

Yes; did you follow the congressional activities and the lack of results?

rikkitikkitavvi

So, lack of results on both sides. That means the score is 0 to 0. Which goal posts are we using now?

rikkitikkitavvi

Isn't the Right of the Free Press number three in the Constitution Bunny? First is Freedom of religion OR prohibiting the free exercise thereof; or abridging the Freedom of speech, or of the press; or the right of the people peaceably to assemble, and to petition the Government for redress of grievances.

I think that's the way it goes. Please feel free to correct me if I'm wrong.

public-redux

Dennis, You got the first part somewhat wrong. Correctly, it is a prohibition on the government from establishing religion. That used to apply only to the federal government but now it also applies to state governments. So in effect it is both freedom of religion and freedom from religion.

Carry on! Keep me laughing.

public-redux

The only two logical ways to understand your "tit for tat" comment the other day was that your name is Dennis or that you used "tit for tat" incorrectly. You tell me which applies. Also, you aren't very good at spelling; you should practice. You're a bit of an embarrassment to us conservatives. But you do amuse, Dennis. Carry on!

rikkitikkitavvi

You got that right Bunny.

phydeaux994

It’s not paranoia, it’s Malignant Narcissism. Trump has had it since he was born with a silver spoon in his mouth.


rikkitikkitavvi

Repeat after me phydo. "It's all in my head". REpeat those five words one hundred times and you will be ok. I promise.

DickD

Rik, is that what you do?

rikkitikkitavvi

??? @dick 11:29

threecents

Oh dear, I think Rikki's head is about to explode.

gary4books

When in doubt, I go to Wikipedia: "Paranoia is an instinct or thought process believed to be heavily influenced by anxiety or fear, often to the point of delusion and irrationality.[1] Paranoid thinking typically includes persecutory, or beliefs of conspiracy concerning a perceived threat towards oneself (e.g. the American colloquial phrase, "Everyone is out to get me")." Then I remember what Kissinger said "Even paranoid people have enemies." And it all depends on what Mr. Trump has done.

gary4books

I would list one of the jobs of a USA resident as "Make Friends" and not enemies. Mr. Trump may be paranoid or have enemies for real, but his job is to make friends for the USA. Often that is called diplomacy and means no trade wars or friends he will not support or even places he calls "holes."

Dwasserba

Trump is surely very fortunate in his fans.

awteam2000

January 20, 2021, is the day Trump will be booted out of office. He will need a good defense lawyer. Give him a call.

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