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  1. Lol. You fell for that trade war bull****. Trump left the imbalance worse off then when he took office.
  2. You people are in no position to float opinions on facts or honesty.
  3. You're setting up a false equivalence to suggest anyone...beyond Joe or any even close to the nature of Trump on this issue. Liar. Makes Nixon look honest. History knows this.
  4. How about Rudy? Would this apply to Trump's personal lawyer too?
  5. Lol. Keep going until you can reach 25,000 including faked hurricane maps and inauguration photos.
  6. Dopey AZ Republicans leased a facility hosting dozens of high school graduations. So now they have to load all the ballots in trucks...ship past "The Crazy Times Carnival"...and pause until they can come back. I'm sure they'll pick-up right where they left off with no mistakes. This is ideal audit execution. Truly best practices. ----------------------------------------------- (CNN) The first semi truck full of 2020 election ballots rolled slowly through the Arizona State Fairgrounds on Friday, past the "Crazy Times Carnival" set up in the south parking lot to a warehouse where the approximately 2.1 million ballots cast by Maricopa County voters will be stored for the next week. This is the latest bizarre act in the replay of the Big Lie -- that the 2020 election was stolen fromformer President Donald Trump. On Thursday night, a three-week ballot review led by the GOP-controlled Arizona Senate came to a temporary halt. The lease for the Senate and its tech consultants, Cyber Ninjas, was up at the Veteran's Memorial Coliseum, where openly partisan volunteers and hourly workers had been conducting the ballot count. Despite public pledges that this third ballot review would be finished by May 14, Arizona Senate liaison Ken Bennett told CNN they had gotten through only about 500,000 ballots before being forced to give up their space. The lease could not be extended because the Coliseum is hosting more than a dozen high school graduations in the coming week, raising possible security concerns about the ballots, which are now being relocated. Friday morning, forklifts began lifting pallets filled with boxes of ballots onto trailer beds to move to a temporary warehouse, a building on the south side of the fairgrounds called the Wesley Bolin Building a couple of hundred yards away. The sage-green warehouse sits directly next to the Crazy Times Carnival, which has been using the Wesley Bolin's restrooms for carnivalgoers as public bathrooms, creating a second, ongoing security issue beyond the relocation from the Coliseum.
  7. As you worked so long for the DoD, I'm sure you can appreciate a senior officer being removed for insubordination such as this.
  8. I was talking about 2016 when the Crusader endorsed Trump. In that year, neither the Boston Herald nor Pitt Gazette endorsed Trump. When Hillary was closing in on 400 newspaper endorsements...many from Right leaning papers who hadn't ever in a hundred years endorsed a Progressive... Trump had less than 10...and the biggest was indeed from The Crusader. In 2016, Trump received endorsements from only 20 daily newspapers and six weekly newspapers nationwide, of which only two, the Las Vegas Review-Journaland the (Jacksonville) Florida Times-Union, had circulations of above 100,000. The small number of endorsements received by Trump was unprecedented in American history for a candidate from a major party.
  9. Actually no. I'm still embarrassed the country elected a man who's biggest newspaper endorsement was from The Crusader.