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In The News / Re: Biden senile and a perv
« on: Yesterday at 11:46:57 AM »
Obama told Biden in 2008 he was too old to run for president again.   Here he is in 2019 and he is clearly not up to the challenge.   Obama has also told Biden's staff not to let him ruin his 'legacy' (whatever the hell that is..oh...it's all in his head).   CLEARLY, Obama knows Biden is not up to this.   But here he is.   pulling better numbers than kamalho and I can see why.  She is as sour as the old sick woman, whom...now that Epstein is dead is out running her vile piehole again. 

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In The News / Re: Biden senile and a perv
« on: August 19, 2019, 06:53:06 PM »
is it too early to make bets on who the dems will run against this very successful president?

If it's Joe it's gonna be hilarious.    I don't think Kamala will be it.   She is looking dorky and contrived.  contrived dorky.  whatever.

Warren.  she is considerably dangerous and that might be the one.

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acute botox poisoning.

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https://www.washingtonexaminer.com/news/six-times-biden-described-major-events-in-his-life-that-never-happened ;D

Joe Biden claimed twice recently that he met with Parkland, Florida, shooting survivors when he was vice president, despite the fact that he was already out of office when the attack took place. His campaign said Biden misspoke and was referring to a different meeting he had after the Sandy Hook shooting. But the flub was reminiscent of Biden’s past misstatements and his tendency to embellish biographical details.


In 1988, Biden was forced to drop out of the presidential race after he was found to have exaggerated his academic record, plagiarized a law school essay, and used quotes from other politicians in his speeches without attribution. But these are not the only questionable claims Biden has made. Here are six other times Biden was caught embellishing his biography:

1. Biden said his helicopter was “forced down” near Osama bin Laden’s lair in Afghanistan

Biden claimed in multiple speeches in 2008 that he knew where Osama bin Laden was hiding because his helicopter had been “forced down” nearby in the mountains of Afghanistan.

“If you want to know where al Qaeda lives, you want to know where bin Laden is, come back to Afghanistan with me,” said Biden. “Come back to the area where my helicopter was forced down with a three-star general and three senators at 10,500 feet in the middle of those mountains. I can tell you where they are.” In another speech, he claimed al Qaeda is "in the mountains between Afghanistan and Pakistan … where my helicopter was recently forced down.”

He later referred to “the superhighway of terror between Pakistan and Afghanistan where my helicopter was forced down.”

“John McCain wants to know where bin Laden and the gates of Hell are? I can tell him where,” said Biden.

The helicopter actually landed to wait out a snowstorm, according to the Associated Press.

Biden, John Kerry, and Chuck Hagel were on a Senate junket in Afghanistan when their helicopter crossed paths with the storm, according to reports. The pilot landed as a precaution, and a U.S. military convoy picked up the senators and took them to the main American airbase.

“Other than getting a little cold, it was fine,” Kerry told the AP when asked about the incident. “We were going to send Biden out to fight the Taliban with snowballs,” he joked.

[Also read: 'You should not be known as a gaffe machine': DNC members warn Biden]

2. Biden said he was a coal miner

While running for president in 2008, Biden told the United Mine Workers that he was a coal miner.

“I hope you won’t hold it against me, but I am a hard-coal miner, anthracite coal, Scranton, Pennsylvania,” Biden said. “It’s nice to be back in coal country. It’s a different accent [in Virginia], but it’s the same deal. We were taught that our faith and our family was the only really important thing, and our faith and our family informed everything we did.”

The Biden campaign later told the AP that his comment was a “joke.” But it echoed another false claim he had made about coming from a family of coal miners during his 1988 campaign.

In a 1988 speech, Biden referred to “my ancestors, who worked in the coal mines of Northeast Pennsylvania and would come up after 12 hours and play football for four hours.” That line was plagiarized from a speech by British politician Neil Kinnock, whose family actually did work in the mines.

In 2004, Biden acknowledged that he did not have family members who worked in mining.

“Hell, I might be president now if it weren't for the fact I said I had an uncle who was a coal miner. Turns out I didn't have anybody in the coal mines, you know what I mean? I tried that crap — it didn't work,” he said during an interview with Jon Stewart.

3. Biden said he was “shot at” in Iraq

In 2007, Biden claimed he was “shot at” during the Iraq War while visiting the Green Zone, the heavily guarded area in the middle of Baghdad where the United States embassy is based.

“Let’s start telling the truth,” he said. “Number one, you take all the troops out — you better have helicopters ready to take those 3,000 civilians inside the Green Zone, where I have been seven times and shot at.”

When asked for details about the shooting, a Biden campaign aide told the Hill that the then-senator was staying at a hotel in the Green Zone when a mortar landed several hundred yards away.

“A soldier came by to explain what happened and said if the mortar fire continued, they would need to proceed to a shelter,” the aide told the Hill.

4. Biden said he called Slobodan Milošević a “damn war criminal” to his face

Biden met with Serbian leader Slobodan Milošević in 1993, at the height of the siege of Sarajevo. According to Biden’s book Promises to Keep, when Milošević asked what he thought about him, Biden responded: “I think you’re a damn war criminal and you should be tried as one.”

In 2008, Biden aide Ted Kaufman, who was at the meeting and also worked on Biden’s 2008 campaign, told the Washington Post that the account was accurate. However, three other Biden aides who were at the meeting declined to corroborate the story.

John Ritch, a senate aide who attended the Milošević meeting, told the Post he did not recall Biden making such a dramatic pronouncement.

“The legend grows,” said Ritch. “But Biden certainly introduced into the conversation the concept that Milošević was a war criminal. Milošević reacted with aplomb.”

5. Biden said he participated in sit-ins at segregated restaurants and movie theaters

In the 1970s and 1980s, Biden regularly claimed to have been an activist in the civil rights movement and said he participated in sit-ins along U.S. Route 40 in Delaware in 1961.

”When I was 17 years old, I participated in sit-ins to desegregate restaurants and movie houses in my state, and my stomach turned upon hearing the voices of Faubus and Barnett, and my soul raged upon seeing the dogs of Bull Connor,” said Biden in 1983.

Biden also claimed to have organized a boycott of a segregated restaurant in Wilmington called The Pit when he was in high school after the restaurant refused to serve a black member of his football team. “I organized a civil rights boycott because they wouldn’t serve black kids. One of our football players was black and we went there and they said they wouldn’t serve him. And I said to the others, ‘Hey, we can’t go in there.’ So we all left,” said Biden.

The football player contradicted Biden’s account and said Biden was not aware of the incident until later.

“They weren’t aware of what happened,” said the football player in 1987. “I was only 16 then. It was my problem and my battle for me to work out. They were oblivious to it until later.”

When Biden dropped out of the 1988 presidential race amid his plagiarism scandal, he said the extent of his civil rights participation was working at an all-black swimming pool for a summer in college. "During the 1960s, I was in fact very concerned about the civil rights movement. I was not an activist. I worked at an all-black swimming pool in the east side of Wilmington, Delaware," he said. "I was involved in what they were thinking, what they were feeling. But I was not out marching. I was not down in Selma. I was not anywhere else. I was a suburbanite kid who got a dose of exposure to what was happening to black Americans."

6. Biden said he criticized President George W. Bush during lengthy private meetings in the Oval Office

Biden claimed in 2009 that he spent “a lot of hours alone” with President George W. Bush and bluntly rebuked the president over his foreign policy decisions.

"I remember President Bush saying to me one time in the Oval Office," Biden told CNN, "'Well, Joe,' he said, 'I'm a leader.' And I said: 'Mr. President, turn around and look behind you. No one is following.’”

Bush aides told Fox News in 2009 that they did not recall Biden ever meeting alone with the president or making such a comment.

"The president would never sit through two hours of Joe Biden," Candida P. Wolff, Bush's White House liaison to Congress, told Fox News. "I don't ever remember Biden being in the Oval. He was such a blowhard on all that stuff — there wasn't a reason to bring him in."

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Health Care Debate / The Absurdity of Medicare for All
« on: August 19, 2019, 02:28:11 PM »
I’ll be brief.

Setting aside the impossibility of paying for “Medicare For All”, consider this.

By proposing Medicare for all, Democrats are asking voters to believe that a government that can’t even manage to keep a high profile individual and known suicide risk, Jeffery Epstein, alive while in custody, can effectively design, implement and manage health care for 325,000,000 individuals.

Point made. Case closed.

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#TrumpRussia / YUGE!! Mueller team lied!
« on: August 18, 2019, 07:04:24 PM »

Not sure what YUGE means anymore?

 Compared to their conspiracy to overthrow the President, a few lies under oath are no big deal.



 Investigative reporter John Solomon from The Hill joined Maria Bartiromo on Sunday Morning Futures this morning.

 The two discussed John Solomon’s latest interview with CIA operative Joseph Mifsud’s attorneys.

 According to Mr. Mifsud’s attorneys their client was working for the CIA and was NOT a Russian operative as reported by the Mueller witch hunt team of liars.

Maria Bartiromo: We know that there were informants thrown at certain Trump campaign people, like George Papadopoulos.

 George Papadopoulos was on this show and he told me directly on this show that Mifsud was the guy they wanted him to meet in Italy… That is the individual who told him that Russia has emails on Hillary Clinton. Why is that important, John?

John Solomon: Well, I interviewed Mr. Mifsud’s lawyer the other day, Stefan Rowe, and he told me and also provided me some deposition evidence to both Congress and myself that his client was being directed and long worked with Western intelligence.

 And he was being directed specifically, he was asked to connect George Papadopoulos to Russia, meaning it was an operation, some form of intelligence operation.

 That was the lawyer’s own words for this.
 If that’s the case that means the flash point that started the whole investigation was in fact manufactured from the beginning. HUGE!... MUELLER TEAM LIED!


Attorney for Joseph Mifsud Confirms He is Western Intelligence Operative -- And NOT a Russian Operative

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The Media / The (INCOMPLETE) List of Media Lies
« on: August 18, 2019, 06:05:04 PM »
List Of Major Media Lies

https://dailycaller.com/2019/03/25/media-russia-collusion-mueller-report-fake-news/



The media is the democratic party, never forget that....
The Media’s Russia ‘Bombshells’ Look Even Worse Now That Mueller Found No Collusion





 Attorney General William Barr told Congress Sunday that special counsel Robert Mueller did not find collusion between the Trump campaign and the Russian government, destroying two years of media speculation and bad reporting.


 The obsession to prove collusion has dampened the media’s journalistic abilities, leading to a seemingly endless list of corrections, retractions and apologies.


 In light of Mueller concluding his investigation, we’ve compiled a list of some of the worst media screwups in the history of Russia theories.


 1. CNN Accuses Don Jr. Of Wikileaks Collusion


 Last December, CNN’s Manu Raju reported that Wikileaks emailed Donald Trump Jr. to give him access to stolen documents a full 10 days before they were released to the public.


 Unfortunately for CNN, it turns out their sources gave them the wrong date. Don Jr. actually received an email with access to the stolen docs on Sept. 14, 2016, after they had already been released publicly.


 2. ABC Tanks Stock Market With Fake Flynn News


 ABC was forced to suspend Brian Ross after he falsely reported that former national security adviser Michael Flynn was prepared to testify that then-candidate Donald Trump ordered him to make contact with the Russians.


 The stock market dropped a few hundred points at the news — but it turned out to be fake.


 ABC clarified that Flynn was actually prepared to testify that Trump asked him to contact Russia while the administration was transitioning into office. Pretty standard preparation for an incoming president.


 3. The Mooch Is NOT Under Investigation


 CNN earns another spot on this list for their shoddy reporting about former Trump adviser Anthony, “The Mooch,” Scaramucci. In June, CNN relied on a single unnamed source to claim that Scaramucci was under investigation for a meeting he took with a Russian banker prior to Trump’s inauguration.


 The Mooch denied the story and CNN later gave him a much-deserved apology. Oh … and three CNN employees resigned over the botched piece.


 4. Bloomberg’s Dirty Deutsche Bank Scoop


 Bloomberg initially reported in December that special counsel Robert Mueller had “zeroed in” on Trump by subpoenaing Deutsche Bank records for the incoming president and his family.


 Bloomberg later admitted that Mueller was looking for records relating to “people affiliated” with Trump.


 5. Sessions Exonerated


 Last May, CNN was sure that Attorney General Jeff Sessions had botched protocol when he didn’t list meetings he had with the Russian ambassador on his security clearance forms. To CNN and other establishment media outlets, this was proof that Sessions was hiding something related to Russia.


 A little over six months later, CNN quietly walked back the scandal, explaining the FBI sent emails informing Sessions’ aide that he did not need to disclose the meetings on his forms because they were carried out in the course of his duties as a senator.


 6. Russians Aren’t Just Hacking The Election — They’re Hacking Our Power Grid

 The Washington Post claimed in January 2017 that Russians were hacking the U.S. power grid through a company in Vermont, only to change the story to say that only one laptop was infiltrated. It turns out that one laptop was never even connected to the power grid.

 7. Republicans Funded The Dossier!


 A number of news outlets have consistently claimed that Republicans initially paid for the anti-Trump Steele dossier, failing to note that Steele wasn’t even contracted by Fusion GPS until after the GOP donors pulled funding. The Republican donors say they paid Fusion for standard opposition research and that they have zero connection to the dossier.


 The media has perpetuated this falsehood so consistently that even former FBI director James Comey was confused, repeating the lie in an interview with Fox News’ Bret Baier.


 8. CNN Gets Comey Prediction Wildly Wrong


 Prior to former FBI director James Comey’s congressional testimony last June, CNN asserted that Comey was prepared to contradict a key claim by President Trump — that Comey told him he was not under investigation.


 Sadly for them, Comey’s prepared testimony was released with the line, “During our one-on-one meeting at Trump Tower … I offered that assurance [that he was not under investigation].”


9. The ’17 Intel Agencies’ Lie


 The media perpetuated a false claim from presidential candidate Hillary Clinton for months, insisting that all 17 intelligence agencies agree that Russia interfered in the 2016 election. The New York Times, for example, rated that claim as true only to later say the exact opposite.


 Only four intelligence agencies ultimately deemed Russia responsible for meddling because the other 13 have no business making judgments on the claim. As The NYT succinctly explained, “The rest were doing other work.”


10. Manafort Notes Are A Nothing Burger


 NBC botched its big scoop claiming that Paul Manafort’s notes from a meeting with a Russian lawyer included the word “donations” near a reference to the Republican National Committee.


 Turns out, not only did the word “donations” not appear in Manafort’s notes, but the word “donor” didn’t, either. POLITICO had to correct the NBC report, leaving the legacy network looking awfully embarrassed.


 11. NBC Issues Cohen Correction


 NBC issued a major correction in May on a story about wiretaps and Michael Cohen.


 NBC initially claimed that federal investigators were listening in on Cohen’s phone calls, but it turns out they had what’s called a “pen register warrant,” which means they could see who Cohen spoke to on the phone but could not hear what was said.(RELATED: MSNBC Issues HUGE Correction To Michael Cohen ‘Wiretap’ Story)


 12. Did Cohen Go To Prague?


 A McClatchy report stated that special counsel Robert Mueller had evidence that Michael Cohen visited Prague in the summer of 2016, which seemed to corroborate the portion of the Steele dossier claiming Cohen visited Prague at that time to meet with a Kremlin official.


 However, no other outlets ever confirmed the report and Cohen told Congress during an open hearing in February that he has never been to Prague.


 13. Busted BuzzFeed


 The special counsel’s office disputed a 2019 report by BuzzFeed claiming that Trump directed his lawyer to lie about a potential business deal in Moscow during the 2016 presidential campaign.


 The BuzzFeed report was used to float impeachment proceedings and obstruction of justice charges against the president, but Mueller’s team disputed the core premise of the reporting.


“BuzzFeed’s description of specific statements to the Special Counsel’s Office, and characterization of documents and testimony obtained by this office, regarding Michael Cohen’s Congressional testimony are not accurate,” spokesman Peter Carr said in a statement to The Daily Caller News Foundation.


 14. Lanny Davis Obliterates CNN’s Trump Tower Story


 CNN reported in July that former Trump attorney Michael Cohen was prepared to tell special counsel Robert Mueller that the president had knowledge in advance of a Trump Tower meeting between his son and Russians.


 but Cohen’s lawyer, Lanny Davis, said in August that CNN’s reporting got “mixed up” and that Cohen had no information related to the Trump Tower meeting. Cohen said the same to Congress on two separate occasions.


 CNN doubled, tripled, and quadrupled down on its reporting, despite a series of issues with the report.


 15. NPR Accuses Don Jr. Of Perjury


 NPR published a report in November insisting that Donald Trump Jr. lied to Congress about efforts to build a Trump Tower in Moscow because his statements conflicted with those of former Trump attorney Michael Cohen.


 However, NPR failed to realize that the piece of Trump Jr.’s testimony they quoted was about a different project.


“Trump Jr.’s statements about work on a Trump Tower Moscow that ended in 2014 referred to negotiations with Aras Agalarov,” The Daily Caller News Foundation’s Chuck Ross explained. “Felix Sater, a businessman with links to Cohen and Russian officials, tried to make a Trump Tower Moscow happen in 2015.”


16. Mic Claims Russian Spy Infiltrated The Oval


 Shortly after it was revealed that a Russian spy was attempting to infiltrate right-wing networks, Mic writer Emily Singer claimed that same Russian spy was present during an Oval Office meeting with Russian diplomat Sergey Lavrov.


 Singer claimed Russian spy Maria Butina was spotted in a photo of the meeting, citing the fact that she has red hair like the woman in the photo.

 The woman in the photo is actually NSC staffer Cari Lutkins.
This story was originally published in May 2018 but has been updated with additional information regarding the delivery of Mueller’s report to Attorney General Bill Barr.

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Your lefty sources are all on the same page.  You're a whiner cause you can't destroy him.  He's supernaturally protected.  You can't stand that so you attack us.

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Nci has been criticized for waste and other unnecessary spending.  Why is it govt responsibility to fund these things and then they make and keep the money.  Seems with thebillions they've collected we as hould be further along.  But we're not.  Any advances are coming from other Privately funded entities.

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Federal Appeals Court Allows..... Trump Administration’s Abortion-Referral Ban To Continue

Another 9th Circuit win!

Via NY Post:


A federal appeals court has declined once again Planned Parenthood’s request for an immediately halt to new Trump administration rules barring clinics that accept federal funds from referring patients for abortions.

More than 20 states and the American Medical Association had joined Planned Parenthood in asking the 9th US Circuit Court of Appeals to block the controversial rule, which prohibits tax-funded clinics from even discussing abortion with patients.

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you didn't read your own material.    I don't care about any of this stuff....He's keeping his promises.  he's doing what he said he would do.  The fact that the media is on its head with rage tells me this is the right guy for the job. 

You are being a baby about this.  I don't have to explain anything to you. It wouldn't do any good. 

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Has cancer been cured, or not? Which one of you is wrong? 

Via Newsweek

During Thursday night's rally in Cincinnati, President Donald Trump elicited a rapturous response from his supporters by claiming the U.S. is about to cure childhood cancer and end the AIDS epidemic.
"We will be ending the AIDS epidemic shortly in America, and curing childhood cancer very shortly."

no. cancer isn't cured.  Obama failed on his promise.  The only promise that he very nearly fulfilled was to change this country (to something that none of us recognize).

Neither did he keep his promise that the oceans would recede.

HEY>>>OBAMA LIED!!

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The world is not for  Christians.  this is the waiting room.  If you have no eternity, this is everything and death is terrible to you. If you have an eternity, this is nothing, death is your entry into your eternity.  Your reward...or not, is waiting for you.

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why do  you think God did this.   We set our own plans and lives in motion.  I don't know that those marines needed saving.   IF they are Christians they are with their savior.  Can't be any better than that.   They laid down their lives for their fellow man and in so doing they died.  THey had crowns waiting for them in heaven. 

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you latch onto the most obscure stuff.   I'm sure what I said you've taken out of context and interpreted it in a way that suits you.    My sympathy goes to anyone that is taken out by crazed muslims intent on their own martyrdom and their 72 Virginians.   

   I understand your problem even if you don't.   Liberals are the most obtuse, unhappy, sour dispositioned persons in the universe.   You show us that every time you post.    Even down to your stolen name.    ;)

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