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Wow, he sucked my cock then his cock then the moderators cock all at the same time while juggling elephant balls. Has this ever been done?!?!??!
Edit: except Nevada needs to say Area 51. Who knows what kind of crap we got hiding out there. 😄
"Strength" interesting choice of words unless he understood that Americans needed to see how Biden and his group would break down America. Otherwise, it just sounds tone deaf.
Besides Trump is the front runner and I don't see it changing especially not for him.
She is more badass then I gave her credit for in the beginning. That leaked phone call that I assume was supposed to make her look bad made me realize she's not just a trophy wife.
It's sad she didn't get any respect.
I don't know enough about any of them to say, but I think Don Jr. Is a good contender.
Barron is still young and need to grow into whatever man he will become. In my opinion.
Homeschool. As long as they have your kids they have control.
I can understand wanting to change the system, but the reality is the "The World" will always be some level of evil. The power we have is in our homes.
I say this with love. Find a way to make it work.
This makes the most sense to me. Many are running with he wants it, but I haven't seen or heard him outright say it.
In my opinion it would be irresponsible for him to want it. He's running for President and that is a much better role for him, but if put in the position he would- IF he had to.
Not that I've seen, but you know how these things go.
The most I've seen is him saying he will help with the selection process.
Political analyst Brian Klaas warned on Sunday that a small subset of Donald Trump's supporters are "highly likely" to try and kill people ahead of the 2024 presidential election, as the former president's rhetoric continues to become more violent.
During a Sunday appearance on MSNBC, Klaas, an associate professor in global politics at University College London and frequent critic of the former president, was asked by host Jonathan Capehart about how concerned people should be about Trump's increasingly violent rhetoric.
Trump is currently among the packed field of candidates seeking the 2024 GOP presidential nomination as part of his bid to retake the White House. He has consistently led the pack in polls by a wide margin, with recent national averages giving him over 50 percent support from likely Republican voters. Trump's lead is considered to be so strong, that many observers have dismissed the forthcoming Republican primary process as a formality.
Amid his reelection campaign, Trump's public comments have also become increasingly laced with hints and outright suggestions of violence, setting off a new wave of concern from his critics. In a Truth Social post last month, Trump trashed outgoing Joint Chiefs of Staff chairman Mark Milley and suggested that his past interactions with Chinese officials amounted to "treason," further claiming that "in times gone by, the punishment would have been DEATH!" He also recently claimed that he would support legislation to allow business owners and employees to shoot shoplifters on sight in "places where there's a true breakdown in the rule of law."
"It's the biggest story of the 2024 election, but it's not being treated as that in the press," Klaas said. "I think that's a real failing, because it has become the banality of crazy incitement to violence, this sort of normalcy and routine of Trump saying things that could get people killed. You have him suggesting that you could execute America's top general. On Friday night, you had him joking about Paul Pelosi [husband of former House Speaker Nancy Pelosi] being attacked and the crowd laughed when he referenced an 82-year-old man being hit over the head with a hammer."
He continued: "He called to execute people who shoplift from stores, a very minor crime, one to take seriously, but certainly not one worthy of execution...He has demonized a variety of people in his various outlets, on Truth Social and in his various discussions in front of crowds, and this is related to a term called 'stochastic terrorism'... what it basically means is when someone who is very powerful targets and demonizes individual groups in the public, at least a small number of their followers will take them as marching orders. And what is highly likely going into the 2024 election is that a small subset of Trump's very well-armed and extremist base will try to kill people."
Klaas further referenced a Trump supporter, Cesar Sayoc Jr., who in 2018 was arrested after attempting to send bombs in the mail to various people Trump had criticized on Twitter, including Joe Biden, Hillary Clinton, and former President Barack Obama.
Sayoc was only unsuccessful, Klaas argued, due to his lack of skill in making bombs, not because Trump's rhetoric had been insufficient.
(Sorry if there are errors. Doing this from my phone and battery is dying.)
Be interesting to see how it all plays out.
It says with "the selection process".
I don't see anything that insinuates he means himself.
Amen and Hallelujah!
I think all these people make a mint saying what "the base" wants to hear, and then chumming it up with each other behind closed doors.
Many of them did catch on to the fact that Trumps politics works, but they aren't about anyone but themselves when it comes down to it. Twitter post don't equal action. I may be wrong about her specifically, but I'm tired of the Media clout these people get just for typing words. That goes for her and Gaetz alike.
It's a sickness in American culture and we need higher standards because Trump and others have proven what politicians can do when they aren't just running their mouth.
Hmmm, very interesting 2024 is gonna be a hell of an election year.
What does that have to do with anything?
You're not looking for the women that think they are perfect.
I wish I was wrong, but the only time I found peace is when I stopped looking for others to fill the void I had.
Looking outside is only going to make an easy target for manipulators. That doesn't mean good relationships aren't going to be a give and take, but it's a spiritual battle.
We exist, but you should make sure you are a good mate for a woman like that.
Work on yourself and the right thing will come along. I know that seems very vague, at least it did to me hearing it from others when I was an angry teen. However, as I have gotten older I ended up having to do it anyway.
It's a lot harder to work on yourself while being married and raising a family.
Stop looking for someone to make you happy (if you are). No-one ever will. All of that comes from within so take your time.
Good grief these people are satanic.
Absolute madness. Hugging and validating the hate all while pretending to be for good.
Running away from questions like a pussy. They can't deal with reality so they have to surround themselves with other lost souls.
Right!? Am I even awake right now. What is happening. Hahaha
I don't even know what to say.
I felt that one day this woman would be thrust into the public eye. Seeing that so many were like me and never heard of her. Now this happens. 🤣
Hope all of you are doing well.
That day was the day I decided all politicians were trash. I was only a child, but seeing the way people reacted felt all wrong. The media wasted no time at all and it was sickening.
It took 2019 for me to really believe I was right (besides Trump of course but I've never seen him as a politician), and 2020 to see how much people can tell obvious lies and still have a cult following. It's easy to see on a small scale, but to see it happen with such a large chunk of the population- mind boggling.
Then 2021 happened and I'm still sick to my stomach. I know way too many men that went overseas and how it ruined their futures. All for fucking what!?
It's not even a contest at this point. I still giggle everytime I see how far own everyone else is.