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Trump v. DeSantis
Posted by: Crystal Ball ()
Date: June 22, 2022 11:22AM

So, as we saw in 2020, no matter how rabid the MAGA folks are, Republicans cannot win a national election without getting a pretty good share of the RINO/Independent vote.

If, as seems likely, DeSantis primaries Trump in 2024, will they both try to out MAGA each other? Is one smart enough to realize that the more MAGA they are in the primaries, the more they push the RINO/Independents away, thereby shrinking an already finite voting pool? And if one is smart enough to realize that foaming at the mouth decreases their chance at winning in November, how can they appear to the MAGAs that they are indeed foaming at the mouth, without alienating the rational people they need to get over the top?

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Re: Trump v. DeSantis
Posted by: Roger Stone ()
Date: June 22, 2022 11:24AM

But what is Trump is in jail?

Then it will be Pence Desantis. Pence will surely win over DeSantis. Plus Roger Stone promised dirty tricks against DeSantis if he runs in 2024.

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Re: Trump v. DeSantis
Posted by: Question for our times ()
Date: June 22, 2022 11:44AM

Roger Stone Wrote:
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> But what is Trump is in jail?
>
> Then it will be Pence Desantis. Pence will surely
> win over DeSantis. Plus Roger Stone promised
> dirty tricks against DeSantis if he runs in 2024.

Good question. Pence, despite being seen for most of the Trump years as a hapless ass kissing mannequin, has over the last few weeks developed some goodwill amongst those who do not foam at the mouth. But Pence blew it with the MAGA folks on J6, and has not helped himself since with his occasional outbursts of integrity. So, while the battle lines may be clearer, the same problem remains. How does the Republican party reconcile the rational with the irrational?

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Re: Trump v. DeSantis
Posted by: Focus People, Focus ()
Date: June 22, 2022 12:05PM

Let's not get too carried away with division on our own side. The enemy still lurks among us, trying to divide us, trying to make us hate each other, trying to distract us ......


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Re: Trump v. DeSantis
Posted by: Wait for it ()
Date: June 22, 2022 12:11PM

Place your bets. Will it be Ron or ol Donnie who first utters the magic words "He cheated". Jews aint your problem, sucker.

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Re: Trump v. DeSantis
Posted by: no contest ()
Date: June 22, 2022 12:27PM

DeSantis isn’t half the man Donald Trump is.

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Re: Trump v. DeSantis
Posted by: Libs hate Americans. ()
Date: June 22, 2022 12:32PM

The globalist liberal pigs stole the 2020 election. It's not possible to not know that. RINOS and moderates didn't elect president Trump, AMERICANS did. Trump set a record for votes in 2020. He had way more support and I'm sure he won at least 49 states like Reagan did. It's matchmaking impossible for Biden to have won. Trump was a threat because he was doing his job and empowering the people. Now everything is turning to shit.

Personally, I think Trump is too old but he's 4 years younger than dementia ridden, shit in your pants, Biden. It's too funny that leading up to 2016 election the only thing libtards were crying about was "He's an old white male!" And like the valueless libtards do, they support an old racist white male.

If Trump runs again he'll win again but will they steal the election again just like they just did in Georgia? If Americans are able to overcome the cheating liberal scumbags, Trump better fire all the lifers and replace them with non politicians. His VP should be Mahdi.

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Re: Trump v. DeSantis
Posted by: If you are right ()
Date: June 22, 2022 12:42PM

Libs hate Americans. Wrote:
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> The globalist liberal pigs stole the 2020
> election. It's not possible to not know that.
> RINOS and moderates didn't elect president Trump,
> AMERICANS did. Trump set a record for votes in
> 2020. He had way more support and I'm sure he won
> at least 49 states like Reagan did. It's
> matchmaking impossible for Biden to have won.
> Trump was a threat because he was doing his job
> and empowering the people. Now everything is
> turning to shit.
>
> Personally, I think Trump is too old but he's 4
> years younger than dementia ridden, shit in your
> pants, Biden. It's too funny that leading up to
> 2016 election the only thing libtards were crying
> about was "He's an old white male!" And like the
> valueless libtards do, they support an old racist
> white male.
>
> If Trump runs again he'll win again but will they
> steal the election again just like they just did
> in Georgia? If Americans are able to overcome the
> cheating liberal scumbags, Trump better fire all
> the lifers and replace them with non politicians.
> His VP should be Mahdi.

Dems stole the election despite Trump at least nominally owning the machinery of the federal government. Now the Dems own it.

So, if you are right, it will be far easier for the Dems to steal it this time than last. As a last resort, John Eastman showed us how, and Kammy has far bigger balls than Pence. Republicans are resisting fixing that electoral vote count act. That is a huge mistake.

You'd better hope you are wrong. But first things first. Who will accuse the other of cheating first, Trump or DeSantis?

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Re: Trump v. DeSantis
Date: June 22, 2022 12:53PM

"His VP should be Mahdi."

LOL

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Re: Trump v. DeSantis
Posted by: Desantis Will Remain In Florida ()
Date: June 22, 2022 01:09PM

If Trump is cheated, again, there will be a Civil War that will make the last one seem mild. Remember, there are a lot of newer weapons that can create mass destruction remotely. It will be like Spy vs. Spy, but brother vs. brother.

The January 6th mostly-peaceful protest will look like a food fight compared to a real insurrection. I think if Biden is cheated in there will be a cleaning up of Democrats, like a religious cleansing.

Dementia Joe and Kackling Harris may possibly be spared, but only if they are snuck out of DC in time.

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Re: Trump v. DeSantis
Posted by: So you were cheated last time ()
Date: June 22, 2022 01:19PM

Desantis Will Remain In Florida Wrote:
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> If Trump is cheated, again, there will be a Civil
> War that will make the last one seem mild.
> Remember, there are a lot of newer weapons that
> can create mass destruction remotely. It will be
> like Spy vs. Spy, but brother vs. brother.
>
> The January 6th mostly-peaceful protest will look
> like a food fight compared to a real insurrection.
> I think if Biden is cheated in there will be a
> cleaning up of Democrats, like a religious
> cleansing.
>
> Dementia Joe and Kackling Harris may possibly be
> spared, but only if they are snuck out of DC in
> time.

And the worst that happened was the little J6 hissy fit. Serious in concept, perhaps, but ultimately executed in a truly incompetent manner. Maybe if fearless leader had the courage to take the little walk down Pa. Ave. it would have been different, but he did not, and therefore "the steal" was a success.

Makes it hard for me to believe next time would be any different. "If you steal the entire federal government again, we will be really mad". Well, OK.

Stomping your foot on the ground, no matter how hard, will not win a civil war.

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Re: Trump v. DeSantis
Posted by: Sounds Like You May Be 1st 2 go ()
Date: June 22, 2022 01:41PM

So you were cheated last time Wrote:
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> Desantis Will Remain In Florida Wrote:
> --------------------------------------------------
> -----
> > If Trump is cheated, again, there will be a
> Civil
> > War that will make the last one seem mild.
> > Remember, there are a lot of newer weapons that
> > can create mass destruction remotely. It will
> be
> > like Spy vs. Spy, but brother vs. brother.
> >
> > The January 6th mostly-peaceful protest will
> look
> > like a food fight compared to a real
> insurrection.
> > I think if Biden is cheated in there will be a
> > cleaning up of Democrats, like a religious
> > cleansing.
> >
> > Dementia Joe and Kackling Harris may possibly
> be
> > spared, but only if they are snuck out of DC in
> > time.
>
> And the worst that happened was the little J6
> hissy fit. Serious in concept, perhaps, but
> ultimately executed in a truly incompetent manner.
> Maybe if fearless leader had the courage to take
> the little walk down Pa. Ave. it would have been
> different, but he did not, and therefore "the
> steal" was a success.
>
> Makes it hard for me to believe next time would be
> any different. "If you steal the entire federal
> government again, we will be really mad". Well,
> OK.
>
> Stomping your foot on the ground, no matter how
> hard, will not win a civil war.

That smug attitude will surely get you hurt, if not worse!

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Re: Trump v. DeSantis
Posted by: nigga please ()
Date: June 22, 2022 02:14PM

If the idea behind Jan 6th was to actually take the Capitol, then they would have taken the Capitol. Libtards get all lathered up when a few hundred hillbillies break some windows.

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Re: Trump v. DeSantis
Date: June 22, 2022 02:16PM

Trump, the current President(there is no 46th) should pick Judge Joe Brown as his VP...Desantis would be a good pick, he is the best Governor in the USA...Candance Owens and Kim Klicak would be good picks too...

om too radical to be his VP pick...but eye would do it, only to save the country and the world

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Re: Trump v. DeSantis
Posted by: .AARPer. ()
Date: June 22, 2022 02:22PM

the real General Mahdi Wrote:
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> Trump, the current President(there is no 46th)
> should pick Judge Joe Brown as his VP...Desantis
> would be a good pick, he is the best Governor in
> the USA...Candance Owens and Kim Klicak would be
> good picks too...
>
> om too radical to be his VP pick...but eye would
> do it, only to save the country and the world


You'd be put in charge of a bipartisan committee to investigate chemtrails. Who would the dems be?

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Re: Trump v. DeSantis
Posted by: Probably ()
Date: June 22, 2022 02:24PM

Sounds Like You May Be 1st 2 go Wrote:
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> So you were cheated last time Wrote:
> --------------------------------------------------
> -----
> > Desantis Will Remain In Florida Wrote:
> >
> --------------------------------------------------
>
> > -----
> > > If Trump is cheated, again, there will be a
> > Civil
> > > War that will make the last one seem mild.
> > > Remember, there are a lot of newer weapons
> that
> > > can create mass destruction remotely. It will
> > be
> > > like Spy vs. Spy, but brother vs. brother.
> > >
> > > The January 6th mostly-peaceful protest will
> > look
> > > like a food fight compared to a real
> > insurrection.
> > > I think if Biden is cheated in there will be
> a
> > > cleaning up of Democrats, like a religious
> > > cleansing.
> > >
> > > Dementia Joe and Kackling Harris may possibly
> > be
> > > spared, but only if they are snuck out of DC
> in
> > > time.
> >
> > And the worst that happened was the little J6
> > hissy fit. Serious in concept, perhaps, but
> > ultimately executed in a truly incompetent
> manner.
> > Maybe if fearless leader had the courage to
> take
> > the little walk down Pa. Ave. it would have
> been
> > different, but he did not, and therefore "the
> > steal" was a success.
> >
> > Makes it hard for me to believe next time would
> be
> > any different. "If you steal the entire
> federal
> > government again, we will be really mad".
> Well,
> > OK.
> >
> > Stomping your foot on the ground, no matter how
> > hard, will not win a civil war.
>
> That smug attitude will surely get you hurt, if
> not worse!

I'll take my chances. Don't stomp your foot too hard.

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Re: Trump v. DeSantis
Posted by: There will be blood ()
Date: June 22, 2022 06:46PM

The closer this contest, the nastier and dirtier it will get. As of now, just about a dead heat.

https://scholars.unh.edu/cgi/viewcontent.cgi?article=1696&context=survey_center_polls

The only real question is whether the cheating allegations begin before the first vote is cast.

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Re: Trump v. DeSantis
Posted by: Gene Splicing ()
Date: June 22, 2022 09:50PM

the real General Mahdi Wrote:
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> "His VP should be Mahdi."
>
> LOL


mahdi x santits


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Re: Trump v. DeSantis
Date: June 23, 2022 11:33PM

"You'd be put in charge of a bipartisan committee to investigate chemtrails. Who would the dems be?:

thats a beautiful thought...

don't think many demokkkrats would be on board...

http://webserver.rilin.state.ri.us/BillText/BillText22/HouseText22/H7787.pdf

the only democrat listed on this document was David Bennett

the other 4 were Republicans...

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Re: Trump v. DeSantis
Posted by: Gene Splicing...again ()
Date: June 23, 2022 11:36PM



mahdi x santits


683fz3.jpg


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Re: Trump v. DeSantis
Posted by: Threesome ()
Date: June 24, 2022 09:54AM

Seems like the impending blood letting between Trump and Desantis offers a RINO candidate an opportunity to beat both. Especially in states where Dems and Independents can vote in the Republican primary. RINO may not get the nod, but could at least fuck things up for either Trump or Desantis.

I doubt either Trump or Desantis would drop out for the good of the party, and to let the other focus on the RINO.

Could be fun.

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Re: Trump v. DeSantis
Posted by: Crunching numbers ()
Date: June 24, 2022 12:08PM

Threesome Wrote:
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> Seems like the impending blood letting between
> Trump and Desantis offers a RINO candidate an
> opportunity to beat both. Especially in states
> where Dems and Independents can vote in the
> Republican primary. RINO may not get the nod, but
> could at least fuck things up for either Trump or
> Desantis.
>
> I doubt either Trump or Desantis would drop out
> for the good of the party, and to let the other
> focus on the RINO.
>
> Could be fun.

Let's say 75% of those who identify a Republican would only vote for MAGA types. That means there would be 25% left to vote for a rational, er, RINO candidate. In states where there is the possibility of cross over primary voting that number goes up to maybe 30-35%. Not enough for the RINO to win, perhaps, but enough so that the RINO could demand a lot of blowjobs of either Trump or DeSantis in exchange for an endorsement.

This could be fun.

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Re: Trump v. DeSantis
Posted by: Trump is toast ()
Date: July 01, 2022 11:35AM

Looks like OAN is ready to bail. This is really going to start fucking little Donnie's ego.

https://www.oann.com/joe-rogan-appears-to-endorse-fla-gov-desantis-for-president-in-2024/

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Re: Trump v. DeSantis
Posted by: Trump Wins, Shit Show GOP ()
Date: July 01, 2022 12:27PM

Trump will bitch the fuck out of DeSantis. Roger Stone has already said he enough on DeSantis to easily embarrass DeSantis.

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Re: Trump v. DeSantis
Posted by: Slingin Mud ()
Date: July 01, 2022 12:43PM

This will be the dirtiest, most mud slinging primary campaign ever. The only question is whether there will be accusations of cheating before the first vote is even cast.

I wonder if these two paragons of civic virtue will be able to set aside their differences at the end of the primaries, for the good of the party. If they don't, Joe Biden gets elected for four more years.

Stay tuned

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