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Lapstrake 41 points ago +43 / -2

I still support DJT.

But I don't support Dr. Oz.

I'm fully aware that we were played in the Roy Moore election. What a dumpster fire that was.

But I think Kathy is the real deal, and I believe she can win in the general.

Do I think that our Great MAGA King is wrong? Yes, but I don't think he endorsed Oz because he wants Oz to win. I think he was just bringing Oz to our attention.

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yldngo 15 points ago +16 / -1

My read on the ground out in the wild of PA is that Oz is basically another Biden. Trump's intelligence has to know this... I know no one who's voting for him. This is an easy/predictable/safe-play move for him to get wrong if that's what he's doing.

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usernamenottaken 8 points ago +8 / -0

Hollywood assholes aren't screeching about how Oz is a nazi, so it makes sense that he's on their side supporting a satanic world order?

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yldngo 5 points ago +6 / -1

A fren of mine pointed out that, after needing to put a woman of color on SCOTUS, it is strange that nobody's crying "racist" over Trump endorsing a white man instead of a woman of color... maybe they are all not biologists? Maybe someone should ask the new press sec about that?

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BillWhittle24 0 points ago +1 / -1

Uh... Oz is a Turk. At his whitest he might have some Greek blood. Outside that it’s all Altaic/Asiatic and Middle Eastern/Semite.

If Mehmet Oz is white, Oprah Winfrey is Native American.

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downwithuppish 1 point ago +1 / -0

Yes, that fits with what I just posted about Barnette. He's happy for Oz to make a fool of himself and wants Kathy to hold back.

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Lapstrake 6 points ago +8 / -2

I disagree. If he had called out Dr. Oz, not nearly as much attention would have been paid to him.

And I believe what it really did was make our enemies attack Oz, because he is such an easy target.

We will see what happens.

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jdjs123 5 points ago +6 / -1

This is what my mother said. She is worried Trump turned on us and she can't understand why he would endorse such rotten people. She also took the jab because he said to. Most normies take Trump at face value and don't read any hidden meaning in it.

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morethanaconquerer2 4 points ago +5 / -1

And that's exactly what he is trying to fix, same with Q.

People trust public servants blindly, and shouldn't. We should not follow anyone blindly, including Trump. That's how we got into this situation in the first place.

I asked a normie a question about what's going on in the world today, and he summarized what brought us to the point we're at now. His reply was: I don't know and I don't care.

We can't have sheep voting, following blindly, or self-inflicted ignorance and apathy.

Trump is testing and teaching us to take care of our country. The sheeple still need a few slaps to the face.

They have forgotten how to play the game. They have forgotten how to fight.

When Trump endorsed Oz, the people who are at some level of awakened investigated and exposed Oz.

If you read Trump's comment, he plainly says if she proves the myths are not true, she would be a great GOP candidate.

He placed a standard, and now the people intend to elect her and Oz is DOA in that election.

TLDR; Trump is still waking up the most suggestible of the sheep, testing to see what we would do to make sure we're vetting candidates.

We passed, and the sheeple failed. He teaches some, waking others, and celebrates the ones who trust no one blindly.

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InmatesRunTheAsylum 3 points ago +3 / -0

Trusting blindly can be a terribly painful lesson that can take years to recover from.

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HoppyHap 0 points ago +1 / -1

You are confused with blindly and serves a purpose. OZ would serve a purpose for Trump and give him some important votes out of loyalty.

Trump would rather have a person he can control to a point over the other 2 candidates who would be wildcards. Kathy reminds me of a Lincoln Project candidate and other will be under Mitch's desk.

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morethanaconquerer2 2 points ago +2 / -0

You are confused with blindly and serves a purpose. OZ would serve a purpose for Trump and give him some important votes out of loyalty.

  1. I highly doubt I am confused.
  2. Oz is serving a purpose, but it's still targeting the blind, inflaming the ones who see, and bringing the apathetic to the table because we are spreading the info and everyone is beginning to feel the pain.

According to a poll, on here or P.W. this morning, 86% believe we're heading in the wrong direction under Biden.

Kathy reminds me of a Lincoln Project candidate and other will be under Mitch's desk.

Then you and anyone who agrees with you should be busy digging up dirt on her. But most already know Oz is dirty. It's why she is currently leading.

If that's what she reminds you of, follow it and see where it leads. That's our purpose here, to find the truth and expose evil.

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AnonymousFrog 5 points ago +5 / -0

“These same people took the jab because of Trump. He has tremendous influence. People trust him.“

His defense of the vaccines is enough for me to question his discernment.

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KickingPugilist 3 points ago +3 / -0

He's teaching people to question by killing them, lol. That was definitely a very suspicious thing and I wouldn't attribute it to ego like many said because while he is larger than life, he has proven to be far more cunning than a simpleton hard-headed narcissist.

Very puzzling still to this day.

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HoppyHap 2 points ago +2 / -0

People took the jab because they were weak minded. They would have taken the jab without Trump saying a thing. Air Force academy lost one of the 4 non jabbed for a commission even though he had 2 of his doctors telling him not to because of his medical condition.

I know people who took the jab to cruise who have yet to take one cruise. Just a way to justify their decision in their minds.

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Lapstrake 2 points ago +4 / -2

Yes, I'm actually worried that Oz will get in, and I think he is terrible.

We are depending on the normies, and that sometimes doesn't pan out for us.

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HoppyHap 0 points ago +1 / -1

He is terrible and controllable by Trump so he will end up better than the other two.

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Lapstrake 1 point ago +2 / -1

I disagree. I haven't seen one moment of footage of Kathy Barnette that makes me think she couldn't win the general and be a great Senator for Pennsylvania.

If you have that evidence I would like to see it.

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InmatesRunTheAsylum 1 point ago +1 / -0

TV Dr Oz, no outcry from the left about Oz, Oz supporting red flag laws and other 2A violations was all that I needed to know to make my decision.

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fazzman23 8 points ago +8 / -0

honestly, im shocked so many MAGA people dont get this....Brent Cates is 100% correct. Trump knows more than everyone on this board, and bannons war room combined

this women def has dirt on her he knows about and you/we dont.

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Quixotic 4 points ago +4 / -0

Oz is pro-abortion, pro-trans kids, etc. He’s dirty. This author saying trump says so so just don’t bother thinking for yourself is a dirty grifter. Trump is about to be 55-2.

We have to vote our consciences - not vote a political strategy. Otherwise when he votes pro abortion etc we will have our own inability to think critically to blame.

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InmatesRunTheAsylum 2 points ago +2 / -0

From your keys to God's ears! Voting a political strategy gave us Pat Toomey and he's far from the conservative that he claimed to be.

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Quixotic 3 points ago +3 / -0

and romney graham mcconnel etc

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HoppyHap -1 points ago +1 / -2

Oz is all those things and friends with Trump. That makes Oz more valuable to Trump than the others. There is almost nothing we can accomplish in this world without the aid of others. Kathy is a wildcard and gives me the impression she is Lincoln Project.

Better to support the Oz you know and have control over than the wildcard in Kathy and the Mitch want to be.

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Quixotic 2 points ago +2 / -0

Oz is a fucking Turkish national dude. He is a fucking babykilling anti-gun pro-trans DEMOCRAT.

Trump’s first term was CURSED with bad “friends.” Didn’t you fucking learn anything in those four years?

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NooneFor2024II 4 points ago +4 / -0

Yep, Oz is rotten to the core. And Trump shouldnt be endorsing frauds, ESPECIALLY those who hold dual citizenship. We dont need any more dual citizenship holders in Govt, at ANY level, and in fact, it should be against the law to hold citizenship in another nation and hold a Govt position.

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CirclebackGinger 2 points ago +2 / -0

Preach! 🙌🏻

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KickingPugilist 1 point ago +1 / -0

My parents made me a dual citizen when I was younger. Yet while I love my roots, I'm born and raised American and this is my homeland.

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yudsfpbc 26 points ago +26 / -0

Trump endorsed Romney

He later apologized

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Lapstrake 10 points ago +10 / -0

Even though Romney is a RINO and is fully on board with the Democrats and their desire to ruin the country, Romney still did vote with the GOP on almost everything.

As part of retaining his GOP cover, he was obliged to. And this had value to us.

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Lapstrake 7 points ago +7 / -0

I agree with everything you said, fren.

I'm no fan of Mittens.

But I think Trump operates strategically and it isn't always obvious why he does the things he does. I think people are too quick to assume he screwing up and doesn't know as much as we do.

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yudsfpbc 1 point ago +1 / -0

The others were almost all America First patriots. Running in the reddest of red states. Any of them would've won. MTGx1000.

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bubble_bursts 1 point ago +1 / -0

I think Romney was deep cabal. I remember reading somewhere that Obama was not supposed to have a second term but the White Hats were taken by surprise when Romney threw it. But then there is the Bain capital, and you would think that would have given a clue.

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TSearch 15 points ago +15 / -0

Thank you for this interesting post. Vetting is just one component of the Trump team’s capability. We need to remember they also executed a plan that engineered the MAGA victory in the 2016 election.

When you read the President’s statement, it sounds very likely the Trump team considered endorsing Kathy Barnette. But there were questions she couldn’t or wouldn’t answer. The curious thing is they don’t come out and directly share them.

As for the Dr. Oz endorsement, they had to anticipate the MAGA resistance to the idea. Maybe this is an endorsement the President and his team are willing to lose?

What fascinates me the most about this endorsement and debate is the people trying to label her as MAGA or even Ultra MAGA. When did Posobeic, and others, earn the right to confer that title?

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BQnita [S] 7 points ago +8 / -1

Yes exactly, esp when Poso himself has had his true intentions questioned by those of us who follow Q.

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TSearch 4 points ago +4 / -0

Kind of remember his pic in a post talking about compromised individuals.

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BQnita [S] 3 points ago +4 / -1

This one, perhaps? u/#q2089

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PhDinNY 2 points ago +2 / -0

Who is AJ?

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BQnita [S] 5 points ago +6 / -1

I believe it to be Alex Jones.

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toolman0701 6 points ago +7 / -1

Is this the same vetting that got us General Milley, General McMasters, AG Barr, Omarosa, John Bolton, Rex Tillerson?

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TSearch 10 points ago +10 / -0

I get that a lot of us are tired of the whole 5D chess game and want this to be over. Having said that, how do we know each of those people were not vetted to do exactly what they did? Which is primarily revealing how deep the DS is and that it is both parties.

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Shark_FL 4 points ago +4 / -0

I agree. Fauci being Exhibit A of this strategy. Pink Milley being exhibit ? What is the deal with that guy?

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Shark_FL 2 points ago +2 / -0

I agree. Fauci being Exhibit A of this strategy. Pink Milley being exhibit ? What is the deal with that guy?

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Emyrylde 14 points ago +16 / -2

Trump endorsed Vance and LaRose and Yost in Ohio. ALL bad, bad, bad choices when we had citizen candidates to run against these absolute RINOs. It has turned huge swaths of people against him, saying they'd never vote for him again. I continue to believe it's part of a strategy. But it's difficult to live in Ohio and NOT doom with DeWine winning the primary. Sure feels like another installation.

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Emyrylde 7 points ago +7 / -0

The hanging corrupt people out to dry in the public eye strategy.

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bubble_bursts 1 point ago +1 / -0

when we had citizen candidates to run against these absolute RINOs

Have you considered the angle that it might be too early for the citizen candidates to run - not until the full cleanup happens? I can imagine the kind of pressure they will come under, some might end up giving in one way or another, and others might ruin their lives...

I think these RINO picks are Trump's placeholders there, until the real elections are held after the cleanup.

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Emyrylde 1 point ago +3 / -2

Yes I have. God's timing is perfect. He picked people who will stand and not be crushed by seeming defeat. My candidate started building an Initiative to change our state the day after the election.

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Hakisac420 7 points ago +7 / -0

To me this felt like a strategy. I know nothing about Kathy except some things I have heard with no value or tangible proof.

After this message Kathy has no real choice but to address a few things in her past. She could have Trumps endorsement. Trump knows exactly who Oz is. Friend or foe doesn't matter. If I know your dirt, I can move you.

I think all of this was not to put a spotlight on Oz but on Kathy. Trump knows his base will go against his wishes if they have a better option. I do believe this was more a call to you fine anons that dig.

If Kathy is a good candidate she would jump at the chance to clarify whatever is in her past. If she is a stooge it is my assessment she will ignore this as if she didn't know about Trumps message. Thos two actions alone are telling.

Just my 2 cents

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CovfefeNegro 5 points ago +6 / -1

Yeah except she already has done so, for instance she released some of her Military records to disprove the lies from OZ supporters, asking if Oz would now release his records from his Service in Turkey.

Unlike Oz she has never voted in foreign elections or supported Hate crimes and treason such as smollett represents and Oz embraced the guy/girl. She has never supported obama and Oz embraced both those guys.

If 'you' look into it all there is no contest - Kathy is by far the more Honest candidate.

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Hakisac420 5 points ago +5 / -0

Upon further investigation... I agree.

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Hakisac420 5 points ago +5 / -0

Hmm... well if I was a PA voter, I would have my focus on Kathy.

Thankyou for sharing this.

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PhDinNY 4 points ago +4 / -0

I read the article and she seems legit to me. As the person said, "if she's a fraud, she's the best fraud possible" (or something like that)

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Hakisac420 4 points ago +4 / -0

And this is why I have trolled this community for 2 years... thank you will read this

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SpaceManBob 1 point ago +1 / -0

Trying to give the benefit of the doubt but what does this mean exactly?

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NooneFor2024II 1 point ago +1 / -0

What things in her past? You mean the lies the msm has spewed about her that could easily be verified as lies by individuals if they just took the time to do a simple search rather than letting the media continue to spoonfeed them?

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Hakisac420 1 point ago +1 / -0

The things in her past as referenced in Trumps words. Like I said I know nothing of her.

You say it's a simple search. I disagree. A simple search will give you maybe a little clarity... it could also fool you. No search in politics is simple.

I do not go digging. Not because I don't care, but because I feel my time is better spent in study of the Word. The politics I enjoy following. However, It's all a game. For the record the only news outlets I hear from are the clips people on here post.

I already fought for this country for 11 years. This battle is beyond political.

If my statement offended you or made you feel angry at others for (insert what you think they should do here) then all I can say is I apologize for hurting your tender nature.

I am here for peace only

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NooneFor2024II 1 point ago +1 / -0

I mean, you could actually seek the info straight from her; if you arent willing to go digging on her, then why even claim that "she would jump at the chance to clarify whatever is in her past" when you arent even truly sure what her past is and what she has said about it. You are just repeating what the media has told you.

I dont get offended so no worries. ;) I too fought for this country and right now I dont think we are going to get where we need to be with wanting only peace because we cant have peace with people whom bow down and give into evil.

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Hakisac420 3 points ago +3 / -0

I get you. Peace can be achieved individually... even in war.

I get ugly and mean and nasty when I dig. It's to heavy so I have fully turned to God.

I was a web developer. Shut off my pc. This phone is still in my face. I got golf to play, music and peace to spread. The rest is above my pay grade. Should the need arise, I am always prepared to defend my community and constitution

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M-I-vet 6 points ago +6 / -0

What people are forgetting is that a lot of elections are a Hobson's choice (illusion of choice)... in which case, President Trump obviously has a hard time selecting the lesser of two evils.

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SuckaFree 5 points ago +5 / -0

You can support the man without having to support all of his choices. He's only human, not a "god-king."

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67Vert 3 points ago +3 / -0

Some people took the GEOTUS memes literally

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BeyondWithin 4 points ago +4 / -0

This reaks of "Ron Paul could never win the general so don't vote for him in the primary"

This shady tactic is old, played out, and we deserve better.

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downwithuppish 4 points ago +4 / -0

Notice Trump says there's things about Barnette that haven't been explained or vetted. He wants her to go in clean.

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Devolution1776 4 points ago +7 / -3

True, but the polls don’t lie. Oz will not be Senator. Interested in seeing all the secret dirt on Oz that we don’t know about.

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ThePowerOfPrayer 10 points ago +10 / -0

True, but the polls don’t lie.

Thanks. I needed a laugh today.

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Devolution1776 2 points ago +2 / -0

You’re always welcome for a laugh. I hope you’ll be laughing when Dr. Oz loses in the mid-terms.. unless you think the nature of polls and numbers is irrelevant… kinda like how Trump was predicted to win the 2020 via bellwether. By the same nature of math and logic, Oz is lost.

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ThePowerOfPrayer 3 points ago +3 / -0

Trump won.

If the cheating isn't fixed, the Democrats and their RINO counterparts will win every election. That's the only math and logic that makes sense, fren.

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SpaceManBob 1 point ago +1 / -0

Kind of weird you keep responding to people mentioning your polls comment by talking about Dr. Oz winning or losing (sounds like you're too busy playing politics to realize people are simply pointing out the truth about polls, rather than making comments about Oz). As if when he (hopefully) loses that'll prove your point about polls right. It won't. Polls exist to shape opinion, not represent it. That is nothing similar to bellwether counties that have a proven track record and always or almost always line up with the outcome of an election.

What were those old 2016 polls? 1% chance Trump wins the presidency? Or was it 2%?

The polls don't lie... oops wait, yes they do.

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TSearch 7 points ago +7 / -0

True, but the polls don’t lie.

It is your right to vote as you please. I pray your vote will not be manipulated and will stand as cast.

I disagree with your comment about poll accuracy. If there is one thing we learned over the last six years is the polls absolutely do lie. They are not a tool of measuring voter sentiment, they are a tool for shaping it.

Remember the polls had President Trump down by 17 points in Wisconsin? Even with all the fraud the end result wasn’t even one percentage point.

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Devolution1776 2 points ago +2 / -0

You have the freedom to disagree with me. That does not stop Oz from losing. He’s trending as untrustworthy across Twitter and TS… and again…. The polls, numbers, percentages (fixed laws that bellwethers and other outlets operate by) are not going to change simply because some people think Oz will win.

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TSearch 3 points ago +3 / -0

I don’t like Oz and I have no idea if he can win. Nor do I know if Barnette can win. One question I have; are any of the Republican candidates for the PA Senate seat actually natives of the Keystone State?

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SpaceManBob 1 point ago +1 / -0

You're right, the numbers aren't going to change because some people think Oz will win, they're going to change because some people WANT Oz to win. Hence they're going to manufacture whatever circumstances are needed to get the numbers reported to line up with what they want them to say rather than what most people really think. AKA They're going to try to manipulate public opinion using manufactured polls instead of using honest polls to report it. And if they don't do it with Oz specifically, it's because they're too busy doing it in dozens of other races across the country and couldn't get around to him.

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NooneFor2024II 1 point ago +1 / -0

If there is one thing we learned over the last six years is the polls absolutely do lie. They are not a tool of measuring voter sentiment, they are a tool for shaping it.

We are getting too complacent in thinking this election wont be rigged either when 2020 hasnt been fixed yet.

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ChronicMetamorphosis 4 points ago +4 / -0

"doubting Posobiecs"

Bwahahaha!

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The_Knight_of_sunset 3 points ago +3 / -0

Question:

I heard rumors that Barnette's campaigning efforts is not very good. As in, she limited her physical campaigning to Philadelphia and not much else. Is that true?

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popsiclep3t3 3 points ago +3 / -0

why does it have to be Penn

they seemed to be maybe the biggest perp in election fraud alongside Georgia and AZ.

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Shark_FL 3 points ago +3 / -0

Really good question. This could be a test to see if election integrity is back or still a problem in Pennsylvania. It could be a test to see if and how much a Trump endorsement can influence support for a plainly Oprah-loving Dr. Oz. Would he really??? be best for PA citizens? Could the seemingly MAGA veteran candidate possibly be any worse? I can definitely see a big potential downside living in the Commonwealth of Oz.

Then there is the issue of the fake news. They don't attack Oz (red flag).

Could it be that the election integrity is most likely still not fixed. The election will be stolen and / or the Democrat candidate is highly likely to win. If that is the case, the endorsement can serve as a test. It lets the Trump team poll results and see where the state stands vs. where the voter fraud is still present. A status update.

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skf93 3 points ago +3 / -0

Trump is human. He's allowed to make mistakes occasionally with who he endorses. I believe he is endorsing Oz because he thinks he has the best chance of winning.

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NooneFor2024II 2 points ago +2 / -0

Occasionally? So... how many times can he mess up before supporters are fed up and start calling him out more too?

Of course Oz has the best chance of winning if Trump is telling his supporters to vote for him; the majority of Trumps supporters are NOT those who are online and researching rabbit holes. They are average people who are far too busy working their jobs, spending time with family and friends, and enjoying hobbies offline to fall in those holes and they still just listen to the snippets of msm (including faux news) on their way to and from work.

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CovfefeNegro 3 points ago +8 / -5

Trump also endorsed Pence, Trump also endorses fake vaccines which are known to be poisons. Trump also used to endorse abortions , he endorses divorce. Trump is not perfect, he has many many flaws and his super-yuge-ego is a big one.

He is wrong on Oz, he was wrong when he lied to us about not signing CRs which didn't include Wall money, he was wrong about Bump stocks, he is wrong a lot actually - he is Human, he makes mistakes.

Trump invited the Jan 6th political prisoners to go march knowing it was a Trap, and has left them sitting there rotting, lives destroyed because they believed him.

Oz is not one of us, and I wonder if Trump really understands, sometimes.

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AnonymousFrog 5 points ago +5 / -0

Trump should just be considered a beginning for an American revival. If he doesn’t keep pushing what’s best for America, we can say, “Thanks for getting things going. We’ll take it from here.”

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GopherEverett 6 points ago +6 / -0

THIS. President Trump did emphasize that his goal was transferring the power back to We The People.

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GoingCamaro 2 points ago +2 / -0

The question is, did he actually mean that or was he saying it so we would trust him but then turn around and say, "Oh no I meant giving power to my loyal followers, not actual free thinkers who I can't control"?

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GopherEverett 1 point ago +1 / -0

I think he meant it genuinely. President Trump loves this country, and if there is a trait that has defined him as an employer and friend, it's that he is the kind of guy who wants the people he knows to be able to do their absolute best. I fully believe he means for us to take back our natural sovereignty, even if we don't agree with everything he promotes or says.

I also think his willingness to see people do well and give them second chances is also a trait that has been used against him. Yes, he is a 5D chess player, but I still think there are people who take advantage of his goodwill. DJT isn't perfect after all - that's God's domain. :D

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SOTUisFUBAR 0 points ago +5 / -5

Trump is either wrong on everything, or highly strategic on everything.

There is no middle ground, you either believe in Q, Trump, and The Plan or you don't.

While some of his actions may not make sense at face value, they play a role in the overall strategy of the highly complex operation of draining the swamp. Even sometimes including intended misdirection.

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pearlrevolver 2 points ago +2 / -0

There is no middle ground, you either believe in Q, Trump, and The Plan or you don't.

Doesn't that strike you as just a tad cultish? If Trump told you to jump off a cliff would you because it's part of the plan or would you refuse because it's an obvious test of misdirection?!

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SpaceManBob 2 points ago +2 / -0

I think his point is to recognize that it's misdirection and move forward, rather than conclude Trump is bad, doesn't know what he's doing, or whatever else as a result of him doing something we don't yet understand. We shouldn't do the thing, but we also shouldn't conclude Trump is a bad guy not worth our trust or not worth as much trust as before because of these misdirections.

Trusting Q, Trump, and the plan doesn't mean doing everything they say, it means quite the opposite. Realize that what may seem odd at the time likely has a good reason behind it and that we should either trust that it does, or stop trusting them entirely if that's personally where we're at with what they're doing.

The "wrong or right on everything" seems a bit extreme but one could argue that if the plan is real that Trump making such supposedly glaring mistakes as some people claim would ensure that any highly complex plan would fail miserably and be completely unworkable. How could such a complex, highly-secretive, multi-year plan be pulled off if one of the figureheads makes constant mistakes to the magnitude of putting enemies in power or advocating for a deadly vax. Unless these aren't mistakes and are strategic decisions being made for good reasons that we just don't understand yet.

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CovfefeNegro 2 points ago +6 / -4

Horsefeathers, you are saying that because Trump makes mistakes nothing else is real, because Trump DOES make mistakes.

So, since Trump is wrong on some things then there is no 'Q', no Plan, no expectancy of digging out of this hole... Horsefeathers, with or without Trump.

Did you miss the parts where 'Q' suggests we think for ourselves?

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SOTUisFUBAR 3 points ago +5 / -2

Trump being wrong, doesn't make him wrong. That's where the strategy really comes in. Are you blindly following Trump, or are you following who's actually the better candidate?

Remember, Trump is trying to cater to both sides of the political field, as in awakening as many as possible.

Too many are fair weather Trumpers and easily jump to criticize and ostracize at any given moment.

Not comparing him to Jesus in any way whatsoever, but you're either for him, or against him.

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NooneFor2024II 1 point ago +2 / -1

Trump is trying to cater to both sides of the political field

And this is a HUGE problem. Instead of trying to cater to BOTH fields, he needs to focus on just being TRUTHFUL and EXPOSING the lies.

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SOTUisFUBAR 2 points ago +2 / -0

Yes, because we all know how well that went while he was in office...

He's doing what he needs to currently, manipulating from behind the scenes. If he were to come out much more he'd be back at the brunt of MSM & libtard attacks.

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NooneFor2024II 0 points ago +1 / -1

Sorry but if we are fed up with the manipulation by Congress, by those in the "entertainment" industry, big pHARMA.... ALL of Govt (local, state), we should hold Trump to the same standards we are wanting the previous to subject us to as well. I dont want any more manipulation by anyone, for ANY reason, and if it is being "done behind the scenes" no one has any evidence that it is for OUR benefit.

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SOTUisFUBAR 2 points ago +2 / -0

The system was manipulated to get to where it's at today, counter manipulation is bringing it back.

DS manipulated in their favor, God willing Trump/Patriot/WH manipulation is in favor of We The people. I believe it is as all indicators point to this being a populace movement, where our current scenario is an elitist movement.

Maybe Trump manipulating from behind the scenes wasn't the best choice of words, but he is staging things.

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CovfefeNegro 1 point ago +3 / -2

No not at all, it is not 'all for Trump or Bust', absolutely not.

The Plan was made before Trump was a candidate. A back-up Plan was brought forward after Trump became a viable candidate, the Plan was not ever dependent on Trump.

Just as God does not manage every second of Time for those who He uses so too the Plan does not account for every second of Trump's time or his every deed. Trump can and does make a lot of mistakes, like the grab 'em comment for instance.

This is a Spiritual Awakening, not a Trump rally, Trump was the figurehead 'then', he may not be so going forward. Or he may well be, we shall see. If he continues to let his super-Ego motivate him tho he will lose a lot of us, we think for ourselves, we do not follow blindly.

Oz is not 'us', Trump endorsing him is wrong for 'us' and America, Trump made a mistake.

Trump has never said 'I am/was wrong', has he...he should learn to do so.

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NooneFor2024II 4 points ago +4 / -0

A back-up Plan was brought forward after Trump became a viable candidate, the Plan was not ever dependent on Trump.

I wish more people would explain how they know some much info, and that they are accurate about it, regarding what THE PLAN is...and whom it is for...and what its true end goal is. (And I dont mean Q drops... too many people act as though they know FOR SURE what said PLAN is.. we are ALL just guessing, and hoping, we are correct, but no, we have no clue if we are even 50% right)

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GoingCamaro 1 point ago +1 / -0

It's the same way people make up rules from the Bible that aren't actually there. They make Q align to their worldview instead of aligning their thinking.

That said, it's actually logical to make the assumption that the "plan" is many and can pivot at any point and probably had contingencies. But this is one former analyst's assumption based on common sense tactics. You always have multiple plans running at the same time and don't ever get attached to a single one.

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CovfefeNegro -2 points ago +1 / -3

Mea Culpa, and this next thing Imma post isn't really true, but here is the bottom line- all I can say as proof is re-read the Drops.

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NooneFor2024II 2 points ago +2 / -0

The drops are akin to horoscopes and physic readings; you can make them fit almost anything depending on who is interpreting/reading them

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SpaceManBob 2 points ago +2 / -0

Trump has never said 'I am/was wrong', has he.

This is just proof you have no idea what you're talking about.

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CovfefeNegro -1 points ago +1 / -2

Where/when did Trump ever say such things?

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SpaceManBob 1 point ago +1 / -0

https://www.bbc.com/news/election-us-2016-37594918

Second video. Comical that you mention the "grab em" comment but don't even know the full story. Not that the comment was even that bad. Lockerroom talk is hardly a crime or a "mistake". But even still, he decided to apologize.

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SpaceManBob 1 point ago +1 / -0

Also, the idea that Trump is just some bozo they picked up off the street is laughable (not quite a 100% accurate description of what you said but is pretty much how you ultimately make him sound ).

Trump is so deeply intertwined with Q that he's a key, central figure in the whole thing. Just because he didn't say "hey everyone I'm currently working in secret with military intelligence as part of a decades-old plan to destroy an evil, centuries-old cabal that holds all the reigns of power worldwide" before he announced his run for president doesn't mean he had no part before he became a candidate.

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CovfefeNegro -2 points ago +1 / -3

Don't change my words please, read me again and perhaps with less angst, base contentiousness.

'Q' group had a Plan ready to execute in case hillary won, the Plan was readied long before Trump became a viable candidate.

Trump didn't know squat until a certain point in time.

Raise your sights.

https://files.catbox.moe/ozdcvc.png

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SpaceManBob 2 points ago +2 / -0

That's an unsourced quote, doesn't appear to be from Q. Don't know what you're trying to prove with it.

You've currently backed up nothing you've said, only made claims about the plan that you're almost undoubtedly no more privy to than anyone else here.

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dec3169 2 points ago +2 / -0

I wonder who made those red and white OZ signs for Trump's PA rally. Did Oz's staff make them or did Trump's?

I watched that rally on TV, waiting for people to turn the signs 90 degrees so they all said NO, but I never saw anyone do that - even accidentally.

The conspiracy theorist in me wants to believe they were printed that way to give people the chance to speak out by saying NO, but either the people didn't notice or actually supported Oz.

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BoatingAccident 2 points ago +2 / -0

Well. He’s being ADVISED by them fs.

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Anynamesleft 2 points ago +3 / -1

I still this endorsement has something to do with the Australian federal elections. "Oz"

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Lions_of_America 2 points ago +2 / -0

Lol......The fact that Trump is 50 and 1 for his endorsements and it didn't keep him in the Whitehouse is all I need to know about his intelligence gathering team.

People he has endorsed in the past have come around and fucked him UP his ass. Some record.

Trump should run on MAGA and let his opinions on people fall to the wayside.

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KAYDEE123 2 points ago +2 / -0

I always think its so ridiculous when people use the argument that the people around trump are telling him things and influencing him. like he doesn't freaken know everything we know times 1,000 so ridic

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WeAreTheBadGuys 1 point ago +1 / -0

There are example to the contrary and we all know it.

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ThisIsHowItStarts 1 point ago +2 / -1

Dr Oz has claimed guns are a public health crisis!

Seriously?

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Taj1020Holdem 1 point ago +1 / -0

It’s intellectually dishonest to write an article like this and not speak to the PREVIOUSLY endorsed candidate that needed to drop.

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VonJager 1 point ago +2 / -1

Pence, McMaster, all the deep state generals.

To be honest, while I support DJT, he doesn’t pick the best every time.

If that isn’t obvious, I don’t know what to tell you.

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TastyBurgers -3 points ago +3 / -6

His vetting process is whomevers super-pac pays him and his family the most $$$. Can't blame him really but at this point he's endorsing the opposition.

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