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Trump The Dolt Is Done
Posted by: Trump The Dolt ()
Date: February 12, 2020 12:03AM

Trump is the embodiment of Granpa Simpson.

He can't get anything right and no longer worried if he makes sense or not.

It's probably just his syphilis infection talking, but most everything leaving his mouth is sheer nonsense.

The next president may be old, may be young, may be Asian, may be Jewish, may be Democrat, may be Republican, msy be Socialist, may be male, may be female, may be straight, may be gay but the next one will not be Trump.

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Re: Trump The Dolt Is Done
Posted by: areosmith ()
Date: February 12, 2020 12:05AM

Dream on, snowflake!
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Re: Trump The Dolt Is Done
Posted by: Barbaro ()
Date: February 12, 2020 12:26AM

Ah, yes.

Only humiliation could be so daringly cocky.

Face the facts trumpturd burglar: you bet on a lame nag. DO the humane thing and put the lame nag out its misery.

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Re: Trump The Dolt Is Done
Posted by: Everyone Beats trunno ()
Date: February 12, 2020 05:27AM

Every poll has a democrats beating trunp.

Time for returds to move on

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Re: Trump The Dolt Is Done
Posted by: Wrong again ()
Date: February 12, 2020 06:14AM

Everyone Beats trunno Wrote:
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> Every poll has a democrats beating trunp.
>
> Time for returds to move on


And every poll in 2016 had Hillary crushing Trump.

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Re: Trump The Dolt Is Done
Posted by: Poor Pathetic Progs ()
Date: February 12, 2020 06:37AM

Trump The Dolt Wrote:
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> Trump is the embodiment of Granpa Simpson.
>
> He can't get anything right and no longer worried
> if he makes sense or not.
>
> It's probably just his syphilis infection talking,
> but most everything leaving his mouth is sheer
> nonsense.
>
> The next president may be old, may be young, may
> be Asian, may be Jewish, may be Democrat, may be
> Republican, msy be Socialist, may be male, may be
> female, may be straight, may be gay but the next
> one will not be Trump.



^^^LOL the pathetic recriminations of the democrat party have already begun^^^


This is how you know the progs are totally fucked come November.

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Re: Trump The Dolt Is Done
Posted by: Sorry to break it to ya ()
Date: February 12, 2020 07:42AM

almost 70% of voters think Trump will be elected according to a new poll from Monmouth University. That's what Obama was at in March 2012. Trump is a lock for reelection barring an economic crash or something major happening.

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Re: Trump The Dolt Is Done
Posted by: 7lwwt ()
Date: February 12, 2020 10:53AM

I was a very reluctant Trump voter in 2016. As far as I am concerned he's been a huge home run and has done way better than I ever imagined possible. I will be an enthusiastic Trump voter in 2020.

All of the negative stuff about Trump is trivial shit. He's done a masterful job as POTUS.

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Re: Trump The Dolt Is Done
Posted by: Gonna be a dental floss tycoon ()
Date: February 12, 2020 08:16PM

I, too, was a very reluctant Trump voter in 2016. 

Couldn't give my vote to the bitch.

A) I'll never tell a soul.
B) I'm not 100% displeased with some of what he's done
C) I'm not liking some of what he's done/said.
D) Bernie's NOT an answer.
E) I'm movin' to Montana soon...

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Re: Trump The Dolt Is Done
Posted by: Anonymous truth ()
Date: February 13, 2020 04:24AM

I agree with the guy above. I told everyone I was voting 3rd party in 2016 when I really voted for Trump. I would never tell anyone that, though. The Left is so vindictive and full of hate, and would try to make my life uncomfortable if they found out. I thought Trump was going to be terrible, and the left said he’d destroy the economy. I haven’t seen that happen.

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Re: Trump The Dolt Is Done
Posted by: Double ditto ()
Date: February 13, 2020 05:18PM

Yup ^

and

Yup ^^

All that said...more than likely, I won't do it again this time round. (Never say "never".)

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Re: Trump The Dolt Is Done
Posted by: Trump or the win ()
Date: February 13, 2020 06:05PM

I voted third party in 2016, I couldn't pull the lever for either Republican or Democrat back then. I sure can't vote Democrat now since the left has jacked it up beyond reason and I will never vote for burnt out bernie. Trump2020 for the win. I mainly want to see the great Wall built to keep out the illegal leach! You can't build it fast enough. With places like Failfax going illegal sanctuary.

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Re: Trump The Dolt Is Done
Posted by: Voting trunp makes you a loser ()
Date: February 13, 2020 07:28PM

^^^ Yep, voting trumo is a loser

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Re: Trump The Dolt Is Done
Posted by: Gerrymanderer2. ()
Date: February 13, 2020 08:54PM

I like kike, Burnout, and Pony Face

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Re: Trump The Dolt Is Done
Posted by: Orange Ass Clown! ()
Date: February 13, 2020 09:03PM

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Re: Trump The Dolt Is Done
Posted by: dsakhjfpoaqiujfklmd ()
Date: February 16, 2020 04:38PM


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Re: Trump The Dolt Is Done
Posted by: Orange Ass Clown! ()
Date: February 24, 2020 04:28PM

^^^ Wow! Trumo lies so much that no one believes him.

Even the harshest critics of Donald Trump have to concede that the President excels at one thing -- lying. And he does so far more than his predecessor ever dared to. As the Washington Post recently quantified, Trump has served up over 3,000 lies or misleading statements since taking office, which comes out to a dizzying rate of 6.5 every single day.

In fact, on Friday when Trump gave an interview to Fox News on the White House lawn, he served up a buffet of lies -- including one that would make Pinocchio blush. While on his favorite network, Trump falsely claimed that the immoral and inhumane policy of separating children from their parents who cross the border illegally was a "Democrat's law." In reality, it is not a law, but a policy of zero tolerance that the Trump administration introduced this year and one which Trump certainly has the power to change.

Despite Trump's well-documented lies, former Trump strategist Steve Bannon said Sunday on ABC that Trump has never lied. When pressed by the host "You think the President's never lied?," Bannon responded: "Not to my knowledge, no. Except when he called me Sloppy Steve." (Bannon deserves an award for keeping a straight face while saying that!)

Some Republicans, like Rick Santorum, can acknowledge Trump lies at an alarming rate, and yet still defend some of his lies by contrasting them to the Obama presidency. "I think the substance of the previous president's lies were much more important than the substance of what the crowd size was at the inaugural." If Trump's only lie was about the crowd size at his inauguration, that argument might have some credibility. But, in reality, Trump has told numerous lies since then -- and several to justify his deeply troubling policies, including his Friday remarks on his zero-tolerance policy.

And I've heard a similar defense from many Trump supporters who call my SiriusXM radio show to counter my documenting of Trump's lies. Most who call argue that while Trump might have lied, Obama was a bigger liar. For evidence, they generally point to the "big lie" that in their view equals all of Trump's. What was that? Well, it was when Obama declared numerous times that: "If you like your health care plan, you'll be able to keep your health care plan."

It's true that Obama repeatedly made that statement back in 2009 and 2010 when trying to build support for the Affordable Care Act. And there's no denying that once the law was implemented years later, approximately 4 million Americans were notified that they could no longer keep their plan -- myself being one of them.
Now did Obama know that would happen when he made those statements in 2009 and 2010? It's tough to say. (Personally, I don't believe so.) But, in any event, the non-partisan fact checkers at Politifact rated that statement as a "pants on fire" lie. In fact, they dubbed that Obama remark as "lie of the year" for 2013.
But let's compare all the times Politifact deemed Obama's statements "pants on fire" lies versus Trump's. Between Obama's first campaign in 2008 through 2016, Politifact found Obama made nine statements they deemed as major lies. Besides the "you can keep your plan" comment, some of the other objectively false comments include one from the 2012 presidential campaign where Obama declared that his then-GOP opponent Mitt Romney "backed a bill that outlaws all abortions, even in cases of rape and incest." (Romney actually supported abortion in case of rape and incest.) Another falsehood occurred during the 2008 campaign when an Obama campaign ad contended that his GOP opponent John McCain endorsed Rush Limbaugh's hate-filled comments about Latino immigrants. (In reality, McCain had not expressly endorsed Limbaugh's views on immigration.)
So, what about Trump? Well, from the time Trump descended the Trump Tower escalator in June 2015 to launch his campaign until today -- a three-year period -- Politifact documented 78 "pants on fire" lies.


In less than a quarter of the time of Obama, Trump has given eight times more lies and counting. A few of Trump's biggest whoppers include Trump's claim during the campaign that "crime was rising," to his false statement that there was "serious voter fraud" in the 2016 election to his recent lie that the 2018 budget included the first raise for the military in ten years.

And that doesn't even include the other 182 "false" statements and the 124 "mostly false" ones that Trump has told to the American people as documented by Politifact. Trump really should work on a new book titled, "The Art of the Lie."
Given all this, it would be insulting to say that Obama lied just as much as Trump did. And considering how much Trump seems obsessed with besting Obama, Trump should be happy that he finally did in one category -- lying.
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Re: Trump The Dolt Is Done
Posted by: Gerry's Fag Dad ()
Date: February 24, 2020 04:47PM

Hey Gerry/Mark...Daddy needs you.

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Re: Trump The Dolt Is Done
Posted by: Inbred Iranian Dad Fucker ()
Date: February 24, 2020 04:55PM

Orange Ass Clown! Wrote:
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> ^^^ Wow! Trumo lies so much that no one believes
> him.
>
> Even the harshest critics of Donald Trump have to
> concede that the President excels at one thing --
> lying. And he does so far more than his
> predecessor ever dared to. As the Washington Post
> recently quantified, Trump has served up over
> 3,000 lies or misleading statements since taking
> office, which comes out to a dizzying rate of 6.5
> every single day.
>
> In fact, on Friday when Trump gave an interview to
> Fox News on the White House lawn, he served up a
> buffet of lies -- including one that would make
> Pinocchio blush. While on his favorite network,
> Trump falsely claimed that the immoral and
> inhumane policy of separating children from their
> parents who cross the border illegally was a
> "Democrat's law." In reality, it is not a law, but
> a policy of zero tolerance that the Trump
> administration introduced this year and one which
> Trump certainly has the power to change.
>
> Despite Trump's well-documented lies, former Trump
> strategist Steve Bannon said Sunday on ABC that
> Trump has never lied. When pressed by the host
> "You think the President's never lied?," Bannon
> responded: "Not to my knowledge, no. Except when
> he called me Sloppy Steve." (Bannon deserves an
> award for keeping a straight face while saying
> that!)
>
> Some Republicans, like Rick Santorum, can
> acknowledge Trump lies at an alarming rate, and
> yet still defend some of his lies by contrasting
> them to the Obama presidency. "I think the
> substance of the previous president's lies were
> much more important than the substance of what the
> crowd size was at the inaugural." If Trump's only
> lie was about the crowd size at his inauguration,
> that argument might have some credibility. But, in
> reality, Trump has told numerous lies since then
> -- and several to justify his deeply troubling
> policies, including his Friday remarks on his
> zero-tolerance policy.
>
> And I've heard a similar defense from many Trump
> supporters who call my SiriusXM radio show to
> counter my documenting of Trump's lies. Most who
> call argue that while Trump might have lied, Obama
> was a bigger liar. For evidence, they generally
> point to the "big lie" that in their view equals
> all of Trump's. What was that? Well, it was when
> Obama declared numerous times that: "If you like
> your health care plan, you'll be able to keep your
> health care plan."
>
> It's true that Obama repeatedly made that
> statement back in 2009 and 2010 when trying to
> build support for the Affordable Care Act. And
> there's no denying that once the law was
> implemented years later, approximately 4 million
> Americans were notified that they could no longer
> keep their plan -- myself being one of them.
> Now did Obama know that would happen when he made
> those statements in 2009 and 2010? It's tough to
> say. (Personally, I don't believe so.) But, in any
> event, the non-partisan fact checkers at
> Politifact rated that statement as a "pants on
> fire" lie. In fact, they dubbed that Obama remark
> as "lie of the year" for 2013.
> But let's compare all the times Politifact deemed
> Obama's statements "pants on fire" lies versus
> Trump's. Between Obama's first campaign in 2008
> through 2016, Politifact found Obama made nine
> statements they deemed as major lies. Besides the
> "you can keep your plan" comment, some of the
> other objectively false comments include one from
> the 2012 presidential campaign where Obama
> declared that his then-GOP opponent Mitt Romney
> "backed a bill that outlaws all abortions, even in
> cases of rape and incest." (Romney actually
> supported abortion in case of rape and incest.)
> Another falsehood occurred during the 2008
> campaign when an Obama campaign ad contended that
> his GOP opponent John McCain endorsed Rush
> Limbaugh's hate-filled comments about Latino
> immigrants. (In reality, McCain had not expressly
> endorsed Limbaugh's views on immigration.)
> So, what about Trump? Well, from the time Trump
> descended the Trump Tower escalator in June 2015
> to launch his campaign until today -- a three-year
> period -- Politifact documented 78 "pants on fire"
> lies.
>
>
> In less than a quarter of the time of Obama, Trump
> has given eight times more lies and counting. A
> few of Trump's biggest whoppers include Trump's
> claim during the campaign that "crime was rising,"
> to his false statement that there was "serious
> voter fraud" in the 2016 election to his recent
> lie that the 2018 budget included the first raise
> for the military in ten years.
>
> And that doesn't even include the other 182
> "false" statements and the 124 "mostly false" ones
> that Trump has told to the American people as
> documented by Politifact. Trump really should work
> on a new book titled, "The Art of the Lie."
> Given all this, it would be insulting to say that
> Obama lied just as much as Trump did. And
> considering how much Trump seems obsessed with
> besting Obama, Trump should be happy that he
> finally did in one category -- lying.

^ TL;DR lolz the third world inbred Iranian shitbag dad fucker wrote a fucking book. No, he’s not triggered as fuck! LMFAO

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Re: Trump The Dolt Is Done
Posted by: toxic twin ()
Date: February 24, 2020 06:03PM

areosmith Wrote:
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> Dream on, snowflake



When Bobby D. cries, nobody listens

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Re: Trump The Dolt Is Done
Posted by: Make Lying Wrong Again ()
Date: February 24, 2020 07:37PM

BLOTUS...

Even the harshest critics of Donald Trump have to concede that the President excels at one thing -- lying. And he does so far more than his predecessor ever dared to. As the Washington Post recently quantified, Trump has served up over 3,000 lies or misleading statements since taking office, which comes out to a dizzying rate of 6.5 every single day.

In fact, on Friday when Trump gave an interview to Fox News on the White House lawn, he served up a buffet of lies -- including one that would make Pinocchio blush. While on his favorite network, Trump falsely claimed that the immoral and inhumane policy of separating children from their parents who cross the border illegally was a "Democrat's law." In reality, it is not a law, but a policy of zero tolerance that the Trump administration introduced this year and one which Trump certainly has the power to change.

Despite Trump's well-documented lies, former Trump strategist Steve Bannon said Sunday on ABC that Trump has never lied. When pressed by the host "You think the President's never lied?," Bannon responded: "Not to my knowledge, no. Except when he called me Sloppy Steve." (Bannon deserves an award for keeping a straight face while saying that!)

Some Republicans, like Rick Santorum, can acknowledge Trump lies at an alarming rate, and yet still defend some of his lies by contrasting them to the Obama presidency. "I think the substance of the previous president's lies were much more important than the substance of what the crowd size was at the inaugural." If Trump's only lie was about the crowd size at his inauguration, that argument might have some credibility. But, in reality, Trump has told numerous lies since then -- and several to justify his deeply troubling policies, including his Friday remarks on his zero-tolerance policy.

And I've heard a similar defense from many Trump supporters who call my SiriusXM radio show to counter my documenting of Trump's lies. Most who call argue that while Trump might have lied, Obama was a bigger liar. For evidence, they generally point to the "big lie" that in their view equals all of Trump's. What was that? Well, it was when Obama declared numerous times that: "If you like your health care plan, you'll be able to keep your health care plan."

It's true that Obama repeatedly made that statement back in 2009 and 2010 when trying to build support for the Affordable Care Act. And there's no denying that once the law was implemented years later, approximately 4 million Americans were notified that they could no longer keep their plan -- myself being one of them.
Now did Obama know that would happen when he made those statements in 2009 and 2010? It's tough to say. (Personally, I don't believe so.) But, in any event, the non-partisan fact checkers at Politifact rated that statement as a "pants on fire" lie. In fact, they dubbed that Obama remark as "lie of the year" for 2013.
But let's compare all the times Politifact deemed Obama's statements "pants on fire" lies versus Trump's. Between Obama's first campaign in 2008 through 2016, Politifact found Obama made nine statements they deemed as major lies. Besides the "you can keep your plan" comment, some of the other objectively false comments include one from the 2012 presidential campaign where Obama declared that his then-GOP opponent Mitt Romney "backed a bill that outlaws all abortions, even in cases of rape and incest." (Romney actually supported abortion in case of rape and incest.) Another falsehood occurred during the 2008 campaign when an Obama campaign ad contended that his GOP opponent John McCain endorsed Rush Limbaugh's hate-filled comments about Latino immigrants. (In reality, McCain had not expressly endorsed Limbaugh's views on immigration.)
So, what about Trump? Well, from the time Trump descended the Trump Tower escalator in June 2015 to launch his campaign until today -- a three-year period -- Politifact documented 78 "pants on fire" lies.


In less than a quarter of the time of Obama, Trump has given eight times more lies and counting. A few of Trump's biggest whoppers include Trump's claim during the campaign that "crime was rising," to his false statement that there was "serious voter fraud" in the 2016 election to his recent lie that the 2018 budget included the first raise for the military in ten years.

And that doesn't even include the other 182 "false" statements and the 124 "mostly false" ones that Trump has told to the American people as documented by Politifact. Trump really should work on a new book titled, "The Art of the Lie."
Given all this, it would be insulting to say that Obama lied just as much as Trump did. And considering how much Trump seems obsessed with besting Obama, Trump should be happy that he finally did in one category -- lying.
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Re: Trump The Dolt Is Done
Posted by: Yessir ()
Date: February 24, 2020 09:41PM

+1,000,000

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