'Vote for TRUMP'! 50 Cent HAMMERS Joe Biden's tax plans (Candace Owens elaborates with a video)

Well, it looks like Joe Biden’s tax plans haven’t won over the vote of 50 Cent: 👀WHAT THE F*CK! (VOTE ForTRUMP) IM OUT, 🏃‍♂️💨F*CK NEW YORK The KNICKS never win anyway. 🤷🏽‍♂️I don’t care Trump doesn’t like black people 62% are you out of ya fucking mind. 😤 pic.twitter.com/uZu02k2Dlz — 50cent (@50cent) October 19, 2020 That caught the eye of Candace Owens: Yeah. I’ll be going live on Facebook about this in 5 minutes. Because people in his comment are just crazy uneducated about how tax cuts work and it’s time to put a rest to Biden’s LIE about tax cuts for the rich. https://t.co/BvFchHo7ZT — Candace Owens (@RealCandaceO) October 19, 2020 Facebook was blocking my live so I put it up on Instagram. Dear black America— @50cent didn’t betray you, the school system did. https://t.co/CR2G3RJHvK — Candace Owens (@RealCandaceO) October 19, 2020 Here’s Owens’ follow-up video on 50 Cent’s tweet, and it explains a lot: [embedded content] recent stories

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Reporter asks President Trump why he keeps calling Joe Biden a criminal, gets called a criminal

While Joe Biden was being pressed on which flavor of milkshake he’d ordered before going into a 72-hour hibernation from the press to prepare for Thursday’s debate, reporters were asking President Trump why he keeps calling Biden a criminal. Not surprisingly, Trump not only gave the best possible answer — because he is one — but then tacked on a little something extra for the press, calling them criminals for not reporting it. REPORTER: Why do you keep calling Joe Biden a criminal? TRUMP: "He is a criminal. He got caught. Read his laptop. And do you know who’s a criminal? You’re a criminal for not reporting it."pic.twitter.com/6UKMGICSQ3 — The First (@TheFirstonTV) October 19, 2020 "He is a criminal. He got caught. Read his laptop. And you know who's a criminal? You're a criminal for not reporting it."@realDonaldTrump calls the media "criminals" for not reporting on the @NYPost's Hunter Biden story alleging corruption while @JoeBiden served as VP. pic.twitter.com/ULBlLiuc5T — Washington Examiner (@dcexaminer) October 19, 2020 🔥🔥🔥 — SOcean 🇺🇸 (@SOcean5) October 19, 2020 FACT! — Ashleigh Rodriguez (@MrsAshrodriguez) October 19, 2020 TRUE — Dennis Polyblank (@dpoly1) October 19, 2020 Burying stories simply because they may hurt the candidate you like is journalistic malpractice. Social media censoring posts that reflect poorly on their candidate of choice but allowing similar or even less credible stories about the other candidate is frightening — Brian (@BSum94) October 19, 2020 Donald Trump is right! — Xrpnana (@Beverly94817857) October 19, 2020 Amen sir! — MB (@MB15MB) October 19, 2020 Damn!!! Trump busted his ass — Barrett Fifty (@Barrett56943520) October 19, 2020 Brutally honest — Just Ask the Bill (@JBMAC18) October 19, 2020 pic.twitter.com/l58k1H009q — Rodrigo Villareal (@hillglazier) October 19, 2020 Show me the lie. — RightSide (@LTsideVsDKside) October 19, 2020 He sure seems to be correct on all counts. — Mark Rigsby – RCF (@realclearfaith) October 19, 2020 That's awesome 👌 — Angela (@amfrancoca) October 19, 2020 MAGA Baby! — Crypto414ever (@Crypto414ever) October 19, 2020 pic.twitter.com/UGxwFNhywk — Jorge Padilla (@jhpadillaleal) October 19, 2020 pic.twitter.com/GhyRrYRPnQ — Beta Fish Jeremy (@beta_jeremy) October 19, 2020 Damn right…report the news not your agenda or preferred candidate — STICKERS ARE UGLY (@JTRM79) October 19, 2020 Did reporters ask trump what kind of ice cream he likes or don’t they care? — pwssnr (@pmkwssnr) October 19, 2020 They’ve already driven the “two scoops” scandal into the ground. Related: Joe Biden wants to ‘finish strong’ after his campaign calls a 72-hour press lid, so looks like it’s up to the media to do the heavy lifting https://t.co/bHH0Jnbz5U — Twitchy Team (@TwitchyTeam) October 19, 2020 recent stories

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Trump campaign demands final debate focus on foreign policy as agreed

The second presidential debate was canceled after the Trump campaign refused to do it “virtually” (and after moderator Steve Scully admitted he wasn’t hacked by someone making it look as though he was collaborating with Anthony Scaramucci), so Thursday’s debate will technically be the second. However, the Trump campaign is unhappy once again, as the promised focus on foreign policy has been changed to a list of topics, including COVID-19, American families, race relations, climate change, national security, and leadership. Haven’t COVID and climate change been done to death already? President Trump’s campaign manager, Bill Stepien, sent a letter to the Commission on Presidential Debates demanding the final debate focus on foreign policy as was agreed to, and he also expressed concerns about the moderator having the option to mute candidates’ microphones. NEW: Trump campaign manager Bill Stepien sends a letter to the debates commission demanding the final event focus on foreign policy as promised. He also voices concerns about the group meeting to implement rule changes such as muting the microphones. pic.twitter.com/xdfLGfXiwh — Alex Salvi (@alexsalvinews) October 19, 2020 Joe Biden has gone into hiding in his basement for the next four days to prepare for the debate — we wonder if there’s anything with foreign policy implications he’d like to avoid. Sept 15: Trump hosts historic peace deal ceremony with Israel, the UAE & Bahrain. Oct 14: Emails show Joe Biden met with son Hunter's Ukrainian business associate & was set to receive money from China Oct 16: Debate commission announces foreign policy will no longer be a topic — Trump War Room – Text TRUMP to 88022 (@TrumpWarRoom) October 19, 2020 If that is the case so no more debates. Let the president better speak directly to people in peaceful protests, rally. — Ioana Nedelcu/Hope2018 (@Hope201811) October 19, 2020 So why is @realDonaldTrump doing this phony show? Pull out! — Jeffrey Graham (@Jeffrey52095461) October 19, 2020 How convenient 😡 — Marsha Dukes (@24Brat) October 19, 2020 No longer be a topic?Because why would 'foreign policy' be a topic of government.This is beyond ridiculous.It is ludicrous, as is anyone who participates or complies. — Nito Cogito (@nito_cogito) October 19, 2020 Focus on the topics that the average American is interested in, such as if Trump condemns white supremacy. Here’s Trump campaign senior advisor Jason Miller: Good morning to everyone except Presidential Debate Commission members who changed focus of final debate away from foreign policy so Joe Biden wouldn’t have to answer to being compromised by the Chinese Communist Party, supporting endless wars and sending pallets of cash to Iran. — Jason Miller (@JasonMillerinDC) October 19, 2020 Trump should pull out of this crap. Changing the topic to protect Biden?Disgusting and fraudulent. — Tea Party Barbie (@laurahollis61) October 19, 2020 At least “national security” is on the menu, and Joe Biden’s exposure to extortion through his foreign entanglements clearly poses a national security threat. — CHINA FOR “BIG GUY” BIDEN #2020 (@instavire) October 19, 2020 You just couldn’t make this stuff up! Who agreed to this🧐 — Hon. Brian Kerns (@TheForgottenUSA) October 19, 2020 Why do we have the debate commission? It would be better if each candidate could ask the opponent 5 questions. — jodi johnson (@1605jodi) October 19, 2020 How can this be permitted, it’s an important issue that Americans deserve the right to hear about directly from the candidate involved, this is beyond ridiculous! — Ronnie Grill (@ronnie_grill) October 19, 2020 I’m sure it will come up during national security, it has to. — 6timesoontobe7time (@bcm12) October 19, 2020 Trump will have to ask Joe directly on these, then. CPD @debates is a scam. — Marian S.Carney (@mcscarney) October 19, 2020 You have got to be kidding me! Are you serious? I was so happy to see that topic. — Staticlullaby 🇺🇸 🇹🇼 (@Staticlullaby1) October 19, 2020 Thank goodness Trump is strong and will find a way to bring it up. — kathy keller (@mrsk581) October 19, 2020 Unreal. I am shocked at the all around bias. — Sharlo (@SharloCer) October 19, 2020 Good ol’ Trump will find a way to bring it up. 👍🏻😁 — Kelly North (@kkrnorth) October 19, 2020 Amen — Ernestine Stewart (@Ernesti59890464) October 19, 2020 Trump should focus the topics back to foreign policy since they changed it days before to protect their boy! The media isn’t going to ask, but Trump will! — DaddyDayTrader (@DaddyDayTrader2) October 19, 2020 Why are you guys letting them do this? — michael (@amikeg) October 19, 2020 Ridiculous!! Trump should bring Biden's corruption up every time he answers a question. Without interrupting him this time. — Randal (@randal_holiman) October 19, 2020 Absolutely — Ernestine Stewart (@Ernesti59890464) October 19, 2020 How do we continually allow this? Where are our people when they negotiate the terms? Lame. — Chuck Farley (@ChuckFarley45) October 19, 2020 Trump will have to use his time to ask. Biden will deflect, smile, smirk and shake his head and say it isn’t true. Moderater will help Biden get back on track with original Q — John Ferraro (@johnferraro34) October 19, 2020 Up to President to bring up foreign policy. Work it in. Counter a biased moderator that GOP agreed to — David W. Szady (@szadydw) October 19, 2020 Trump needs to hammer him on it anyway. — Ken Maye (@KenMaye4) October 19, 2020 Trump will manage to work it in, trust us. Related: C-SPAN suspends Steve Scully for lying about hacking claim (as blue check journo defenses quickly age HORRIBLY) https://t.co/0CqweSDgWf — Twitchy Team (@TwitchyTeam) October 15, 2020 recent stories

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'And they say Trump is a Nazi'! WaPo opinion piece argues that social media platforms 'must muzzle Trump' until after the election

Donald Trump’s use of social media doesn’t always serve him well. And that’s being generous. So, what can we do to fix it? Well, Peter Greenberger, a political consultant who launched Google and Twitter’s political advertising teams, has an idea: Perspective: I ran political advertising for Twitter. It’s time for platforms to mute Trump. https://t.co/JdrxJNbWzK — The Washington Post (@washingtonpost) October 19, 2020 Greenberger writes: But even at the risk of infringing on the principle of free speech and decreasing engagement for a period — which is to say, hurting their own bottom lines — Twitter and Facebook must muzzle Trump as the election nears. … What will he tweet as we get closer to Election Day? Or as the returns start coming in? Is there any doubt he will question results, claim victory unilaterally or inflame his supporters to take to the streets? The stakes are too high to wait to find out. … This is not unprecedented. Some nations impose a “silence period” before elections, during which campaigns pause all television and digital advertising (outside of get-out-the-vote activities). India, a nation with a sad history of violence between people and parties, uses this cooling-off period to allow voters to contemplate their decision without the cacophony of campaign communications. In this case, however, the cooling-off period is necessary for the one candidate whose apparent sole motivation is to sow chaos and confusion around the ongoing election. Trump has already told his most dangerous supporters to “stand by.” Twitter and Facebook shouldn’t allow him to use their platforms to give violent actors the green light. Trump might say stuff I don’t like, so just to be safe, social media platforms should shut him down. “Even at the risk of infringing on the principle of free speech,” the same principle that gives Peter Greenberger to use a national newspaper to argue against free speech. Lol these people are insane https://t.co/3WPQZ3Vy0z — Comfortably Smug (@ComfortablySmug) October 19, 2020 Last week: “You’re a conspiracy theorist. No one is trying to censor the right." This week: https://t.co/8uKRWvfae0 — J.P. Freire (@JPFreire) October 19, 2020 Censorship is never the solution. — Not Rian's Luke 🌐 (@_LukeCSkywalker) October 19, 2020 I am so old, I remember when the response to speech we don't like was more speech. I am so old, I remember when real newspapers advocated for free speech. Today they advocate for totalitarian style censorship. Wow. — Edw. Mitchell MS MBA (@coldstreams) October 19, 2020 What a long, strange trip it’s been. Limiting free speech. And they say Trump is a Nazi. https://t.co/IMdt7IRpFT — CJ (@CJ19158695) October 19, 2020 This kinda just proves Trump's complaints, no? https://t.co/J9DfudzgKr — Ben McDonald (@Bmac0507) October 19, 2020 Maybe that’s what speech cops like Peter Greenberger are afraid of. dEmOcRaCy DiEs In DaRkNeSs https://t.co/pmO4jIVWmi — Brad Polumbo 🇺🇸⚽️ 🏳️‍🌈 (@brad_polumbo) October 19, 2020 Perspective: "We need to be the Darkness that Democracy will die in!!!!" — JamminJar (@JarJammin) October 19, 2020 Pretty sure this is the darkness where democracy dies. https://t.co/dBZu68nvPM — Chris Barron 🇺🇸 (@ChrisRBarron) October 19, 2020 We already knew that this is what they want and have done to one degree or another. But to say the quiet part out loud is revealing that they don't care who knows anymore. https://t.co/aUAnBDf1gz — Fusilli Spock (@awstar11) October 19, 2020 recent stories

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Poor guy! Andrew Cuomo says he had to shut down NY's economy after being 'ambushed' by Trump calling COVID19 'China virus' [video]

Andrew Cuomo is making the media rounds, thanks to the MSM actually thinking he’s got moral and scientific legs to stand on when it comes to the COVID19 pandemic. In addition to telling George Stephanopoulos that Americans should be skeptical of any potential COVID19 vaccine developed while Donald Trump is president, he also told MSNBC’s Stephanie Ruhle that Donald Trump is to blame for New York’s economy tanking: Gov. @andrewcuomo blames the term "China virus" for the restrictions he's imposed on New York that have devastated the state's economy pic.twitter.com/4iR2yBpaqk — Tom Elliott (@tomselliott) October 19, 2020 The virus originated in China but ackshually it’s the “European virus” and Donald Trump calling it the “China virus” was an ambush that directly led to Andrew Cuomo having to shut down New York’s economy (and send elderly nursing home patients to their deaths from COVID19). What in the world is this guy talking about? — Chasing Steam (@ChasingSteam) October 19, 2020 Donald Trump is simultaneously the most incompetent POTUS ever and the evilest genius the world has ever seen. Whatever dirtbags like Andrew Cuomo need him to be to suit their current narrative. What an as*hole… — SisterSara (@SisterSaraAnn) October 19, 2020 recent stories

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MSNBC panel talks about President Trump's debasement of women and bullying of Savannah Guthrie

Remember all the times progressives were like, “YAAAS KWEEN” whenever Kamala Harris told Vice President Mike Pence, “I’m talking” during their debate? That’s the kind of feminist empowerment that led to things like Sen. Elizabeth Warren inspiring Chelsea Clinton to write a children’s book called, “She Persisted.” So what was going on Thursday night, while George Stephanopoulos was lobbing softballs at Joe Biden? Town hall host (or debate opponent, depending on how you look at it) Savannah Guthrie was interrupting President Trump so many times that Grabien Media’s Tom Elliott put together a supercut of her cutting him off. And The Hill’s Joe Concha counted that only 10 townspeople got to ask the president a question, while Guthrie managed to work in 43 questions. Elliott is back with this clip from MSNBC’s Nicolle Wallace, in which she talks about the president’s routine debasement of women, and her panelists agree that Trump “bullied” Guthrie during the debate — um, town hall. MSNBC’s Donna Edwards: Women were “disgusted” at Trump “talking over” and “interrupting" Savannah Guthrie pic.twitter.com/bvAbTGLyGG — Tom Elliott (@tomselliott) October 16, 2020 Man, I had no idea that was to be a town hall for Savannah Guthrie — Scarce Patriot (@ScarcePat) October 16, 2020 Oh, please! I was embarrassed for her….She acted like a fool. — Mrs.C (@God7country) October 16, 2020 Did she watch the town hall? I saw a condescending woman interrupting the President as he was responding to her questions. Guthrie was embarrassing. — Kamila (@Splodge_Humbug) October 16, 2020 How dare Trump defend himself from wild accusations. He should just be polite and accept the charges. — Ryan (@BathTubby) October 16, 2020 I’m a woman and I was annoyed Savannah kept talking. — Wicki (@wickilywick) October 16, 2020 It was a town hall. Why did Guthrie debate instead of ask questions. I’m a woman, and I was disgusted. — dadgum⭐ن🦋 (@dadgum5) October 16, 2020 I can't take these people seriously. — Pearl Smooter (@PearlSmooter) October 16, 2020 Trump did fine. We were disgusted by Savannah Guthrie’s rudeness and disrespect to the President and to the people who were there to ask him questions, and to those of us who tuned in to hear those questions and answers. — Kate Johnson (@kaideejay) October 16, 2020 I'm a female and I was DISGUSTED by Savanah Guthrie's behavior. Total disrespect to the President. — sah (@harmosa1962) October 17, 2020 Why weren't they disgusted when Blumenthal, Whitehouse and Leahy talked over Amy Coney Barrett all week? — Kirsten Fleming (@KirFlem) October 16, 2020 It’s okay to degrade and mansplain to ACB, though! — John H. Wilharm III (@JohnWilharm3) October 17, 2020 No, I'm a woman & I was disgusted with her badgering & blatant disrespect she had for our POTUS. She was the one that kept interrupting him. She was trying to make the whole evening about her! No one tuned it because of her, she should of been a gracious host and let him speak. — trishden (@trishden) October 17, 2020 Nobody I knew tuned to to watch or listen to Savannah Guthrie. — Lewis Co Republicans (@360GOP) October 16, 2020 Not women with eyes and ears. That's a bold lie you got going there. — marnes (@marnes) October 17, 2020 Not this American woman. You don't speak for me. — Lisa Enright (@thelisaenright) October 17, 2020 No, we weren’t. Irrational women like you may have been, who think they know everything. Who think it’s OK to constantly interrupt let alone the President of the United States. Don’t speak for all of women, that is a huge injustice to the rest of us who actually have common sense — holly skeen (@holly_skeen) October 16, 2020 Women were not disgusted by Trump “talking over” the rude moderator Savannah Guthrie. They were appalled at the rudeness, constant interruptions, & yelling at the POTUS. She should be ashamed of her performance & not be placed in that role again. — Brenda (@bjr3333) October 17, 2020 When did women become so fragile? I thought equality is what we all want. That comes with equal criticism and equal treatment. 🤷‍♂️ — Dan Powell (@DanPoSTL) October 17, 2020 Guthrie was the one doing the bullying, plain and simple. Coming soon, men not allowed to speak in the presence of women. — Mike (@bmike189) October 16, 2020 Related: Absolutely BRUTAL: Savannah Guthrie stars in vicious supercut featuring the MANY many times she interrupted Trump (watch) https://t.co/trW1ciaNfv — Twitchy Team (@TwitchyTeam) October 16, 2020 recent stories

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'WOW': The Hill's Joe Concha counts how many questions voters got to ask Trump vs. Savannah Guthrie at NBC's 'town hall'

Earlier we told you about all the times Savannah Guthrie interrupted President Trump during yesterday’s NBC town hall. The video is something else. The Hill’s Joe Concha noted just how little voter involvement there was during NBC’s supposed town hall: WOW. On Fox, media reporter @JoeConchaTV went through the transcript of the NBC town hall and counted the number of questions Savannah Guthrie asked the president — 43. Then the number of questions from the voters at this so-called town hall: TEN. pic.twitter.com/TWNlr7GIHl — Tim Graham (@TimJGraham) October 16, 2020 Even though NBC News billed the event as a “town hall,” it was more of a debate between Trump and Savannah Guthrie, who did yeoman’s work for the DNC last night. Who knew that NBC would do an ambush "Townhall"…? They think the public is stupid. — Don Carter (@d1carter) October 16, 2020 Thought the whole point of a Townhall format was for Voters to ask questions of the candidate… my bad… 😉 https://t.co/D041k7x4F2 — John A. Jensen (@FixTheNation) October 16, 2020 There wasn’t even a question from anybody except Guthrie at the “town hall” for over 20 minutes after it started. recent stories

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'How is this not an Onion headline?' NBC News highlights former WH photographer's opinion of the Trump presidency

The election is just around the corner and the Resistance media might be running out of anti-Trump insider opinions to offer, so we’re now down to “former White House photographer” on the list of hot takes to present: Opinion | Pete Souza: I photographed Obama and Reagan. Here’s why I won’t be silent about Trump. https://t.co/nphzQGb3Az – @NBCNewsTHINK — NBC News (@NBCNews) October 16, 2020 Pete Souza: I photographed Obama and Reagan. Here's why Trump's White House is a national disgrace. https://t.co/rX9xmSu5DS — MSNBC (@MSNBC) October 16, 2020 That’s of course for anybody who was waiting for the opinion of a former White House photographer before deciding who to vote for. how is this not an onion headline? https://t.co/jzptENbMwO — tsar becket adams (@BecketAdams) October 16, 2020 Right? What does the white house chef think, tho? — Noam Blum (@neontaster) October 16, 2020 I recently bought a new microwave that is white. Here's my take on Trump's White House. — StephenHerreid (@StephenHerreid) October 16, 2020 A different photographer weighs in: I've taken photos at my kids' birthday parties. I'll be voting for Trump. — Fuzzy Chimp (@fuzzychimpcom) October 16, 2020 You might recall that earlier this year Souza posted a picture on Instagram showing New York Gov. Cuomo with the caption “our current acting president.” Souza also authored a book titled “Obama: An Intimate Portrait.” So, yeah, we’re not exactly surprised by his opinion. recent stories

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'I have stage fright!': Hope Hicks makes a surprise appearance on stage at President Trump's #MAGA rally in Ocala, FL

President Trump is currently holding a MAGA rally in Ocala, Florida. . . 10/16/20–Ocala, FL! #MAGA🇺🇸🦅 pic.twitter.com/8B5ZgVf7XG — Dan Scavino🇺🇸🦅 (@DanScavino) October 16, 2020 . . .and he brought Hope Hicks up on stage right after he said, “I’ll deliver hope” in regard to battling Covid-19: “I’ll deliver hope… speaking of which, Hope Hicks is here, where’ Hope?” pic.twitter.com/KtuVJixVBd — Christopher Heath (@CHeathWFTV) October 16, 2020 Hicks briefly greeted the faithful before leaving the stage because of “stage fright”: Trump sparks chants of “We want Hope!” in the rally crowd encouraging Hope Hicks to take the stage “Thank you all so much and thank you President Trump … I have stage fright,” she says before waving and leaving the stage. pic.twitter.com/WRYmxLfEsh — Charlie Spiering (@charliespiering) October 16, 2020 That was a nice moment: Trump: "I will deliver optimism, opportunity and hope- speaking of hope, Hope Hicks is here. Where is Hope Hicks? The great Hope Hicks. She tested positive but she's okay. We want Hope!" — Andrew Solender (@AndrewSolender) October 16, 2020 Watch: Trump calls Hope Hicks on stage. She walks up, says, “We can share a microphone now! Thank you all so much and thank you, President Trump. I have stage fright,” and leaves. pic.twitter.com/ZCpTVZ4D5L — Gabby Orr (@GabbyOrr_) October 16, 2020 *** recent stories

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Panic in progress? Barack Obama set to campaign for Biden-Harrs in Pennsylvania on Oct. 21

President Obama is headed to Pennsylvania next week to campaign on behalf of Joe Biden and Kamala Harris: Pres. Obama to campaign in Pennsylvania. pic.twitter.com/XxSzV5tIjA — Kelly O'Donnell (@KellyO) October 16, 2020 Are Dems panicking right now? Biden is so comfortably ahead in PA that…his entire campaign is focused almost exclusively on it, including now sending in Obama? https://t.co/5iLhuLbY8t — Robert Barnes (@Barnes_Law) October 16, 2020 Of note, the RCP poll average has Joe Biden up over Donald Trump by 5.6 points. But at this point four years ago, Hillary Clinton was ahead in the RCP poll average by 6.2 points: RCP Pennsylvania average, 10/21/12: Obama 49.7 Romney 44.7. Today: Clinton 46.4 Trump 40.2 https://t.co/QF4KYjtZC2 https://t.co/Vk50IhOB55 — Byron York (@ByronYork) October 21, 2016 If you recall in 2016, the Clinton campaign’s last rally on the eve of the election was in Philadelphia with the Obamas: And where are Clinton & Obama wrapping up the night? #PENNSYLVANIA -the latest new toss up battleground for the #TrumpTrain ! — #ThePeoplesSpeaker (@SpeakerTimJones) November 8, 2016 Is another upset in the works? The #Obama and #Clinton families share the stage and work the election eve crowds in #philadelphia #Pennsylvania @SBSNews pic.twitter.com/9QIYLb6mqF — Brett Mason (@BrettMasonNews) November 8, 2016 *** recent stories

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Biden campaign manager: '…we are not ahead by double digits,' 'Those are inflated national public polling numbers'

As of tonight, Joe Biden leads President Trump by 8.9% in the RCP average of national polls, but Biden campaign manager is warning Dems that their polling does not show the former vice president up by double-digits: Biden campaign manager Jen O'Malley Dillon, in grassroots summit, emphasizes that their polling does NOT show a double-digit lead nationally. "Please take the fact that we are not ahead by double digits" “Those are inflated national public polling numbers” pic.twitter.com/v95za3XRGZ — Shane Goldmacher (@ShaneGoldmacher) October 16, 2020 So, is this just to keep Dems scared and not complacent? she's probably right but also keep in mind she also prob thinks dems need/want to be scared. (if you forced me to commit i'd guess the lead is about 7) https://t.co/gVqxONeeyC — Oliver Willis (@owillis) October 16, 2020 It could be. Dollars are still flowing in despite Biden’s COH advantage: NEW: Dillon says she projects the campaign will raise another $234 million through the election. "Bonkers" numbers, she acknowledges. — Shane Goldmacher (@ShaneGoldmacher) October 16, 2020 And she wants MORE MONEY: Here is her pitch slide trying to get supporters to give more pic.twitter.com/94j0t44bfJ — Shane Goldmacher (@ShaneGoldmacher) October 16, 2020 As for the map, the campaign is protecting 2016 victories in Minnesota, Nevada, Virginia, New Hampshire and Colorado; Expanding in Georgia, Arizona and Texas; And winning back Iowa, Wisconsin, Michigan, Ohio, Pennsylvania, North Carolina, Maine and Florida: Dillon says she is bullish on Arizona: "I know we're going to win Arizona" — Shane Goldmacher (@ShaneGoldmacher) October 16, 2020 Exit question: If Biden isn’t ahead by as much as the polls say nationally, that means the state polls are closer, too? No wonder it feels like Dems are starting to panic a little. *** recent stories

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Weird. Kristen Welker's hand-picked debate topics don't match with what voters say are their top issues

MSNBC’s Kristen Welker, moderator of the next presidential debate, has hand-picked the topics for the October 22 event. They are: Fighting COVID-19, American Families, Race in America, Climate Change, National Security, and Leadership: NEW: Kristen Welker, moderator of the Oct. 22 presidential debate at @BelmontUniv, has selected topics: Fighting COVID-19, American Families, Race in America, Climate Change, National Security, Leadership #Debates2020 https://t.co/kFWvRzIljv — CPD (@debates) October 16, 2020 Well, this leaves out a lot of important topics: Debate topics for third debate disclosed: Nothing on the economy (top issue in Gallup)Nothing on immigrationNothing on healthcareNothing on law enforcementNothing on education Climate change was a topic added by Fox's Wallace in the first debate. It returns again here. https://t.co/ja7vUI3Tm9 — Joe Concha (@JoeConchaTV) October 16, 2020 And as Byron York notes, a recent Pew poll shows that the top 6 concerns among American voters are the economy, health care, SCOTUS, Covid-19, violent crime and foreign policy: Upcoming October 22 presidential debate topics from CPD, and voters' top issues, from Pew in August: pic.twitter.com/GTV3AXwYn1 — Byron York (@ByronYork) October 16, 2020 There’s also nothing there on immigration: Once again, nothing on immigration (unless it sneaks into 'national security'). https://t.co/oqowgN2Y1g — Hamed Aleaziz (@Haleaziz) October 16, 2020 Nobody seems happy with her topics: Last night the president endorsed QAnon and said masks cause coronavirus in a 10-minute span and then said the election won’t be real because of mail-in ballots, psyched for him to talk about American Families and Leadership https://t.co/g2qkTDk3dP — Matt Negrin, HOST OF HARDBALL AT 7PM ON MSNBC (@MattNegrin) October 16, 2020 We’re stumped, too: Wtf is "American families" as a debate category???? https://t.co/mHIYqbxwlp — Em 🌚 (@emdubin) October 16, 2020 Tune in and find out: Not holding my breath for anything in depth here. https://t.co/qK5vXrRJZq — Aaron Mehta (@AaronMehta) October 16, 2020 *** recent stories

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Hillary Clinton (yes, that one) proclaims that 'we deserve a president who cares whether his fellow Americans live or die'

The fact that she lost to Donald Freaking Trump wasn’t a big enough clue that America has had enough of her. So Hillary Clinton just keeps going and going and going: We deserve a president who cares whether his fellow Americans live or die. — Hillary Clinton (@HillaryClinton) September 14, 2020 So, looks like we really dodged a bullet, huh? Like Benghazi? Fast and furious? — dleogallagb (@dleogallagb) September 14, 2020 Ummmm Benghazi anyone… — Ouiser (@ouiser_b) September 14, 2020 1 word: Benghazi — Girl_Next_Door_1981 (@door_1981) September 14, 2020 See Bengazi. — Gu Nesnaj (@GuNesnaj) September 14, 2020 Did you or Joe Biden care about the Americans in Benghazi? — JT Lewis (@thejtlewis) September 14, 2020 https://t.co/LgnWTLajol pic.twitter.com/6LcSYz7NaD — I did not and will not vote for him. Calm down. (@jtLOL) September 14, 2020 That's why it's good you lost pic.twitter.com/3gaeI8wziB — Beschuit (@beschuit_p) September 14, 2020 We’re not sorry that she’s not president. But if Joe Biden wants a shot at the presidency, he’d be wise to distance himself from her as much as possible. lol the nerve of her, honestly https://t.co/YSar4PK8JG — kaitlin (@thefactualprep) September 14, 2020 Take a seat, Hillary. — Lavern Spicer For Congress (FL-24) (@lavern_spicer) September 14, 2020 Take several. recent stories

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CNN's Brianna Keilar says President Trump is 'victim-blaming' those on the leading edge of climate change

Pardon the pun, but we’re getting some really hot takes Monday now that President Trump has flown to California to meet with Gov. Gavin Newsom and discuss the wildfires that are burning in the state. We all know where Newsom stands; he tweeted last Friday that what California is experiencing is “an existential climate CRISIS.” This isn’t a “because…2020” thing. This isn’t going away January 1. What we are experiencing is an existential climate CRISIS. pic.twitter.com/42QeAaZ353 — Gavin Newsom (@GavinNewsom) September 11, 2020 President Trump has been ridiculed by Vox’s Aaron Rupar for his explanation of the importance of forest management to prevent fires like these, but Rupar’s take has been topped by CNN’s Brianna Keilar, who straight-up said the president is “victim-blaming” those in the path of the flames. CNN’s @brikeilarcnn on Trump calling for better forest management in California: “The president is victim blaming" pic.twitter.com/44BQm2nkBe — Tom Elliott (@tomselliott) September 14, 2020 Acknowledging the science of land management is now “victim blaming.” https://t.co/oXt8DUdS9R — Dana Loesch (@DLoesch) September 14, 2020 Amazing. — Señia (@ayasgirl) September 14, 2020 Forest management was not an elective at Wellesley. — contrarian67 (@contrarion67) September 14, 2020 Science, ladies. — Gary Berg (@GaryBerg100752) September 14, 2020 But the shoe fits. — D. O'Genius (@D_ogenius) September 14, 2020 The victim (California) is to blame. — Darrell West (@darrellpwest) September 14, 2020 When these particular victims keep voting for those that ensure their forests go up like the tinderboxes they’ve become? I’ll allow it. — loreli09 (@loreli09) September 14, 2020 Forest management deniers — davefoxmusick (@davefoxmusick) September 14, 2020 Almost as if they just spit out random talking points and hope they fit the narrative.Swing and a miss on this one — Chris (@CML_Texas) September 14, 2020 pic.twitter.com/bny94mAMzu — RUN IT BACK ???????????? (@Squish78) September 14, 2020 Funny how the governor admitted their forestry efforts have sucked for the last 10 years… — WSPratt (@MrWSPratt) September 14, 2020 So telling the truth about the wildfires and pointing out the negligence of CA leadership is now “victim blaming”? So no one is allowed to challenge CA leadership? — C. Swickster ?? (@cdswick) September 14, 2020 Trump says something that makes sense. CNN: pic.twitter.com/YdBQsHZUx0 — Railroader?? (@5150Midwest) September 14, 2020 These people have no shame. They literally embarrass themselves daily. — Brig4Life (@Brig4L) September 14, 2020 I own 200 acres of farmland…much are woods. Every 2 years we clear brush & dead trees. Every 5 to 10 years we do selective cutting. The trees left are healthier…the underbrush is gone so if there is a fire it spreads much slower. Reporters are idiots. @potus is correct — It's a Sunshine Day (@wonderbadger61) September 14, 2020 CNN is a complete embarrassment! — Trump's MAGA now reaching critical KAG levels (@Jlk4USA) September 14, 2020 @CNN just minimized rape victims anguish. The fires are primarily due to lack of forest management. The end. — Mrs “I only kneel to God” Jones (@NurseJones555) September 14, 2020 Is this like the #MeToo movement except for trees? — ??Minnesota MAGA?? (@kellymarie77777) September 14, 2020 Isn’t Newsom the one doing the victim-blaming here, since his constituents have contributed to climate change, and that’s what started the fires? Related: Vox’s Aaron Rupar says President Trump’s explanation of forest management is ‘totally beyond parody’ https://t.co/11oUkgdO9z — Twitchy Team (@TwitchyTeam) September 14, 2020 recent stories

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'Winning the stupid prize': Things don't go well for protester who climbed on top of moving police car

We’re told these scenes are from outside a Trump event in Sacramento Monday, so we’re not sure if these are just Trump protesters or Black Lives Matter protesters, or a combination of both. Either way, these “protesters” decided that blocking traffic was the way to change hearts and minds, but climbing onto the hood and then the roof of a police car as it’s trying to pull away is a bad idea. Cars were being attacked and blocked outside of a Trump event in Sacramento, California today pic.twitter.com/IzMnj9TTwN — Kitty Shackleford (@KittyLists) September 14, 2020 In Sacramento, CA outside a Trump event – somebody jumped on the hood of a police cruiser and they are now claiming that the police "ran him over"Video here: https://t.co/9IJ1ktqh3A pic.twitter.com/tgGRFr0IoO — Kitty Shackleford (@KittyLists) September 14, 2020 Stolen from a commie: alternate angle of incident with the car being attacked above, they are framing this as the car trying to run them over. Sacramento, CA – outside a Trump event pic.twitter.com/9S9lbynl3R — Kitty Shackleford (@KittyLists) September 14, 2020 These people are not well. Scene after the person jumped on the police vehicle a little bit ago in Sacramento, CA – BLM tries to chase down police cruiser and attacks more cars trying to drive through the area. What is wrong with these people? pic.twitter.com/JUyIb39zTv — Kitty Shackleford (@KittyLists) September 14, 2020 Another angle of the guy who jumped on the police cruiser winning the stupid prize https://t.co/6NBkfnkejY — Kitty Shackleford (@KittyLists) September 14, 2020 https://t.co/HeGiVESJvBSacramento, CA winner of the day — Kitty Shackleford (@KittyLists) September 14, 2020 That never gets old. — Man of the flag, trying keep America safe (@Deez_Nutz_Ballz) September 14, 2020 How dare they drive in the road… — BA?? (@eod_diver) September 14, 2020 I was taught NOT to play in the street…because you know, vehicles will always win. — Davy (@Emu22Davy) September 14, 2020 Peaceful protest ? — Hy Hopes (@jerrybear007) September 14, 2020 Driving in 2020 pic.twitter.com/pSJEQ2LEA6 — ME (@MyNameMe99) September 14, 2020 I love watching them pretend to be outraged when they get hit by a car. — Andrew Redacted (@Comeandtakethem) September 14, 2020 Acting outraged while standing in the street pic.twitter.com/aEZRGcKzKK — Kat (@KatGoesIndie) September 14, 2020 It’s funny, they want to hit a car and snag their windows, yet when the car runs through them they cry for help and get angry. — American Gooners (@stopcrying911) September 14, 2020 Get these idiots out of the public thoroughfare. — B (@brianspires) September 14, 2020 They're just LARPing for each other to create for each other the outrages they need. Like vampires that feed on indignation. No one cares if these idiots get pancaked for playing in traffic — Tony Kovacevich Jr (@TonyKovacJr) September 14, 2020 I've been saying it for a while now. Pretty soon people are simply going to keep driving and stop slowing down for these idiots. Just wait and see. These morons are going to become road kill really soon — Jon V (@JonV28258209) September 14, 2020 Heartwarming thread pic.twitter.com/5pYsThX6Sz — Jeremy Ivy (@thejivy) September 14, 2020 Related: Zoomed in video shows man firing a gun into a vehicle trying to get through a roadblock of protesters in Utah https://t.co/VhW0DVotvc — Twitchy Team (@TwitchyTeam) June 30, 2020 recent stories

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Vox's Aaron Rupar says President Trump's explanation of forest management is 'totally beyond parody'

We’ve said it before, but the only reason to follow Vox journalist Aaron Rupar is to watch him post video clips of President Trump and then explain just how stupid the president is — let’s just say he’s not subtle about his political leanings. As Twitchy reported, California Gov. Gavin Newsom blames the wildfires there on climate change, not poor forest management, and Joe Biden on Monday tried to scare suburban voters by claiming that reelecting “climate arsonist” Trump would lead to flooding and fires and hurricanes in the suburbs. Trump, however, maintains that it’s poor forest management in California that makes the wildfires so severe, and Rupar called his explanation “totally beyond parody.” Watch for yourself: "They can explode" — Trump's attempt to explain how poor forest management leads to wildfires is totally beyond parody pic.twitter.com/8yYmJ7lR8O — Aaron Rupar (@atrupar) September 14, 2020 Hi @atrupar – Weird but just yesterday my mom and I were reminiscing about watching a fire from our house in California in the 70's that reached a stand of eucalyptus trees and watching them explode in flames. I watched it. With my own eyes. So sit down. https://t.co/jHIVR2kEN2 — Kurt Schlichter (@KurtSchlichter) September 14, 2020 I grew up a mile from National Forest land in Oregon and am no stranger to forest fires. This isn't particularly outrageous or wrong. https://t.co/MVu7sOF4Yz And California has lots of Eucalyptus trees where the chemical compounds do explode in fires. https://t.co/0ung3agWO4 — Mark Hemingway (@Heminator) September 14, 2020 Beyond parody? He's 100% right. Eucalyptus trees and fallen foliage actually explode in forest fires. https://t.co/09lJua8YGa Surprised at all this science denial out there. https://t.co/OOCsE0fkZA — Matt Whitlock (@mattdizwhitlock) September 14, 2020 I guess these experts are totally beyond parody toohttps://t.co/iqt3j1TPd5https://t.co/bEj4xXFh1Ehttps://t.co/4X79TKbZ52 https://t.co/rL4zvkzNqe — Dana Loesch (@DLoesch) September 14, 2020 ????EXACTLY???? — candyhorner1 (@tupelohoney2000) September 14, 2020 And I remember fires in LA County in the 60s that turned the sky in San Diego orange. Some drifting embers even started a few spot fires in San Diego. One Friday in particular the heat and smoke were so bad that I walked home pushing my bike. Drifting sparks burned my forearms. — Tom Reynolds (@Beregond) September 14, 2020 As for the exploding eucalyptus, I saw it many times. It isn't unique to California, you can see it happen on footage from Australia, where that strain of trees originally came from. — Tom Reynolds (@Beregond) September 14, 2020 Eucalyptus sap – smells lovely, used to make eucalyptus oil. Very flammable. I can visualize the explosion! Game, set match to the Kurt… — The Deplorable Froggy (@abjoseph) September 14, 2020 High oil content in the trees and brush Science — Gene Ziemba (@gene_ziemba) September 14, 2020 I was a firefighter in NJ. I fought structure & brush fires in the Meadowlands. Aaron has no clue how fire works. — Ollie (@OllieMathews14) September 14, 2020 I've been a firefighter for 25 years, and yes, when it gets hot enough, trees can appear to explode. Look up "area ignition". It's when the air gets hot enough that everything ignites instantly in an explosive manner. — Mr. Kneecap ?? (@Kneecapsurfs) September 14, 2020 As a chemist I can explain this simply. The sap and internal fluids of the tree heat until they vaporize. On vaporization the volume of the liquids expands explosively. That explosion usually is accompanied with flame and heat. Aka “explosion”. Of course this happens all the time — Black Swan (@Drliamx) September 14, 2020 Rupar either doesn't live where wildfires are common or is totally unconscious. Many in California fall into the latter category. — torpido (@edgecitykid) September 14, 2020 When I was I kid, I used to spend the summers in Nova Scotia. Helped fight a fire. Trees do explode. Big fires are almost alive — Steve Ferguson (@lsferguson) September 14, 2020 Grew up in Oregon. They literally DO explode. As in, to splinters. — Grant Highland (@grant_highland) September 14, 2020 Trees do actually explode also when the sap or water content gets superheated. — Chris ??? (@HeliJoc) September 14, 2020 Apparently he doesn’t know what combustion is — Ace Dawg (@AceDawg19) September 14, 2020 When you spend your free time sipping oaky Chardonnay and noshing on avocado toast with your neo-Marxist friends, you typically do not acquire a good understanding of the outdoors. — Magnus Döngle (@texas_chzhead) September 14, 2020 It seems clear he wasn’t describing spontaneous combustion. — Del Quentin Wilber (@DelWilber) September 14, 2020 I guess he has also never fought a fire and has never heard of controlled burns. — OR1 ?????????? (@OrcasRevenge) September 14, 2020 I guess they have never watched a log burn in a fire place or wondered why a fireplace has a screen, or why you split logs. — Median Politics (@MedianPolitics) September 14, 2020 Our backyard was full of eucalyptus trees when I was growing up. One year someone started a fire in back of one of the houses on our block. That is exactly what happened to their trees. It was quite a scary thing to see . — Eightisenough (@bayareagirl2012) September 14, 2020 It isn't rocket science. If you don't clear combustible material from an area and it builds up year after year it burns faster, the drier the faster and hotter it burns.So yes the material can and often does explode.Wildfire Explodes In Size. Caused by forest overgrowth. pic.twitter.com/Jbb5lteRiW — baciesgrandson (@baciesgrandson) September 14, 2020 It's weird that forest management is a thing when Aaron doesn't think it's a thing. I mean forest management has been known about for many decades and been talked about and works. But Aaron doesn't think it's a thing. Is Aaron stupid? — Fiery But Mostly Kimono QC (@TremendousArac1) September 14, 2020 Dumb ass doesn't know that sap can boil and cause the tree to literally explode. — ǝᴉʞoHZ∀ (@AZHokie54) September 14, 2020 We’d put in a “party of science” comment here but we’re not even sure the Democratic Party is too conservative for Rupar. Related: ‘Where’s your climate change now, Gavin Newsom?’ Guy arrested for starting brushfire in Portland gets released, allegedly starts more fires https://t.co/nEgZO6FCqW — Twitchy Team (@TwitchyTeam) September 14, 2020 recent stories

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CDC moving ahead with diversity training to disabuse employees of the 'myth of American exceptionalism'

As Twitchy reported over the weekend, it looked like the memo President Trump had sent out ordering an accounting of taxpayer money put toward critical race theory workshops and courses on how to deconstruct white male culture was getting results. A Department of Energy lab announced in an email to its employees that diversity, equity, and inclusion training was being put on hold, and Sandia National Laboratories, the federal government’s premier nuclear research lab, seemed to have canceled training given by a contractor named White Men as Full Diversity Partners. Christopher Rufo has been behind the effort and has been sort of a clearinghouse of training materials sent by whistleblowers. He was celebrating the news over the weekend, but on Monday said the CDC is going ahead with its critical race theory training program. BOMBSHELL: The @CDCgov is moving forward with a critical race theory training program—in violation of @POTUS' executive action. I've obtained leaked documents that outline the CDC's plan to "examine the mechanisms of systemic racism" and address "White supremacist ideology." ? — Christopher F. Rufo (@realchrisrufo) September 14, 2020 The 13-week series is called "Naming, Measuring, and Addressing the Impacts of Racism on the Health and Well-Being of the Nation and the World." I have obtained the internal emails (in white) and an APHA presentation by the series instructor that follows same structure (in blue). pic.twitter.com/qxB6tRWzFc — Christopher F. Rufo (@realchrisrufo) September 14, 2020 Keep in mind for later in this thread one of the goals for participants: to organize for action by joining an “anti-racism collaborative.” It’s activism. The first three training sessions are focused on "racism, sexism, and other systems of structured inequality," then teaching CDC employees that they must "address institutionalized racism" to "really set things right in the garden" of a racist nation. pic.twitter.com/0EfmHKi2WD — Christopher F. Rufo (@realchrisrufo) September 14, 2020 In sessions 6 through 9, the CDC claims that "racism is a public health crisis" and that "systemic racism" leads to "police killings of unarmed Black and Brown men and women" and leads to "the disproportionate impact of COVID-19 on communities of color." pic.twitter.com/Fl1nJcTuW8 — Christopher F. Rufo (@realchrisrufo) September 14, 2020 Looks like CDC employees will learn about the “Blue Code of Silence” and how communities of color are over-policed. We’re always amused by the disclaimer “police killings of unarmed black men” — the Kenosha riots were over an armed black man (who wasn’t killed), and the Lancaster riots were over the killing of a black man armed with a knife. The media throws around “unarmed” like they do “mostly peaceful.” In sessions 10 and 11, the trainers will teach CDC employees that they must "target" and destroy the values of "focus on the individual," the "myth of meritocracy," the "myth of American exceptionalism," and "White supremacist ideology." This is textbook critical race theory. pic.twitter.com/AZoTlpxA3t — Christopher F. Rufo (@realchrisrufo) September 14, 2020 Here, again, are all of those signs of a white supremacist ideology that the Smithsonian and other organizations have helped disseminate: meritocracy, a focus on the individual, man’s “usurious relationship with the planet,” and the myth of American exceptionalism. The final session teaches CDC employees how to become activists. They will be encouraged to join an "Anti-Racism Collaborative with eight Collective Action Teams," focused on "communications," making scientific publications "anti-racist," and influencing "policy and legislation." pic.twitter.com/1zV5NmUkfF — Christopher F. Rufo (@realchrisrufo) September 14, 2020 Note that the “History” collective action team is encouraged to use the New York Times’ discredited 1619 Project. My whistleblower is outraged: "I thought maybe they would wisely cancel this training series. Instead we got a message this morning confirming … The pressure to participate is palpable and if you don't you will have to explain why you aren't a racist." — Christopher F. Rufo (@realchrisrufo) September 14, 2020 We are in the midst of a pandemic and the CDC is prioritizing a critical race theory training program that is in direct violation of a presidential order. @CDCDirector Robert Redfield must immediately terminate this program—and focus on COVID-19, where CDC has been disastrous. — Christopher F. Rufo (@realchrisrufo) September 14, 2020 Finally, I want to issue a warning to every federal department in the United States: if you violate the president's order on critical race theory, I will find you, expose you, and shut you down. Hit me with a ⚔️ in the comments if you're behind me. — Christopher F. Rufo (@realchrisrufo) September 14, 2020 P.S. I've posted the source documents here.https://t.co/IsnBBrNukj — Christopher F. Rufo (@realchrisrufo) September 14, 2020 Aren’t there other things the CDC should be working on at the moment besides giving a boost to the Black Lives Matter movement? I don't know how to get the crossed swords symbol, but nevermind, I am 100% behind you. And thank you for your work.May God Bless and keep you!@longtallsandy — SMTravis (@longtallsandy) September 14, 2020 CDC – "From infection to insurrection!" — Cecil Charles (@thececilcharles) September 14, 2020 Thank you for not relenting on this! — LadyJustice⚖️??⭐️⭐️⭐️ (@lady_just062020) September 14, 2020 I am retired now but I often think how long I would survive in a job climate like that. I might be tempted to see how far I could push the instructor. — Steve W. Kurtz (@SteveWKurtz) September 14, 2020 @drazileht *sigh* the insanity continues to spread. — Tekhelet17 ?? (@tekhelet17) September 14, 2020 So the CDC is revealing itself as a weaponized government bureaucratic entity engaging in social engineering rather than a scientific body studying disease and epidemiology.Just wanted to be clear. — Buffalo all around (@TimBroc00028349) September 14, 2020 Crystal clear. Related: SAD: It looks like White Men as Full Diversity Partners may have lost a sweet government contract https://t.co/f0pnTghO8Y — Twitchy Team (@TwitchyTeam) September 13, 2020 recent stories

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ABC News calls out Donald Trump for blaming forest mismanagement for wildfires, 'contrary to evidence' that it's ackshually climate change

If Joe Biden’s going to make the case that he — and he alone — can save our planet from imminent climate catastrophe, he’s gonna need some help. Good thing the media are on his side. Take it away, ABC News: Pres. Trump has a history of expressing skepticism on the science of climate change and has sought to blame forest mismanagement for catastrophic fires, contrary to evidence. https://t.co/HveunlbHRE — ABC News (@ABC) September 14, 2020 Jordyn Phelps writes: While the Democratic governors of the impacted states say the fires represent the latest piece of hard evidence that global warming is a scientific reality impacting their communities, Trump has a history of expressing skepticism on the science of climate change and has argued that forest mismanagement is the primary culprit for catastrophic fires in recent years, contrary to evidence. “Contrary to evidence.” https://t.co/IfQv1Mnrhj — Dr. Sexy, M.D. (@monkeyboy100001) September 14, 2020 "Contrary to evidence"! Being intentionally obtuse seems to be a trend in news reporting! — Dick Wrench (@dick_wrench) September 14, 2020 More: Standing amid ash and ruin on Friday, California Gov. Gavin Newsom said the historically devastating fires that have ravaged his state in recent years stand as a case study for the reality of the scientific warnings around climate change and blasted the “ideological BS” of those who would deny it. “The debate is over around climate change. Just come to the state of California. Observe it with your own eyes,” Newsom said while standing amid an ashen haze. Yes, observe the state of the State of California, which has been run by the Democratic Party for quite some time now and has ash and ruin to show for it. ABC News, show us the evidence that Donald Trump’s views on climate change are responsible for California’s wildfires (and the arsonists who keep starting them). On this, he's not wrong… https://t.co/YiM122ZknG — Dᴀᴠᴇ Lᴇᴍᴏx (@DaveLemox) September 14, 2020 US forest fires are started by arsonists but made worse by bad forest management leaving dead plant debris around which are a big fire risk in dry conditions. Such bad forest management is due to politicians taking advice from Green activists. — Jack Eddyfier (@swcrisis) September 14, 2020 Perhaps because it is true. How about that. — Corchem (@corchem) September 14, 2020 recent stories

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Biden's case against 'climate arsonist' Trump hinges on suburbanites being terrified of getting burned, flooded out, and blown away [video]

Joe Biden is taking the reins from Gavin Newsom for a bit and holding Donald Trump personally responsible for climate change: "We have to act as a nation," Biden says of climate change. "It shouldn't be so bad that millions of Americans live in the shadow of an orange sky and are left asking, is doomsday here?" — Jennifer Epstein (@jeneps) September 14, 2020 "It's happening everywhere. It's happening now. And it affects us all," Biden says of climate change. — Jennifer Epstein (@jeneps) September 14, 2020 "Donald Trump's climate denial may not have caused these fires and record floods and record hurricanes. But if he gets a second term, these hellish events will continue to become more common, more devastating and more deadly," Biden says. — Jennifer Epstein (@jeneps) September 14, 2020 Biden flips Trump's warnings to the suburbs: "If we have four more years of Trump's climate denial, how many suburbs will be burned in wildfires? How many suburban neighborhoods will have been flooded out? How many suburbs will have been blown away in superstorms?" — Jennifer Epstein (@jeneps) September 14, 2020 Watch: .@JoeBiden: If Trump wins again, "how many suburbs will be burned in wildfires? How many suburban neighborhoods will have been flooded out? How many suburbs will have been blown away in superstorms?” pic.twitter.com/bWYZpI9iiz — Tom Elliott (@tomselliott) September 14, 2020 Biden: "If you give a climate arsonist four more years in the White House, why would anyone be surprised if we have more of America ablaze? If you give a climate denier four more years in the White House, why would anyone be surprised when more of America is underwater?" pic.twitter.com/pUFhJ4AmgE — CBS News (@CBSNews) September 14, 2020 When all else fails, try to terrify the public into voting for you. Biden was Vice President for 8 years. Was in the a Senate for 37 years. What did he do to stop all these worsening events? https://t.co/664rWBato1 — Stephen L. Miller (@redsteeze) September 14, 2020 Or did all these catastrophic man made climate events just start happening in 2016 on a planet that is 4 billion years old? — Stephen L. Miller (@redsteeze) September 14, 2020 Joe Biden is almost as old as the earth and he sure as hell hasn’t done anything to stop climate change. "Vote for me because I can control the elements of nature itself!" https://t.co/PXX8UIZ3AW — Aldous Huxley's Ghost™ (@AF632) September 14, 2020 When he learns to control nature, he can get back to us. Til then, he can stay in the basement. Just to be safe. Shorter Biden: Elect me and floods, fires, and hurricanes will stop. If not, your house will either flood, burn down, or get blown away! Another day, another threat and continued extortion by the Biden campaign and their media handlers. — Curtis Houck (@CurtisHouck) September 14, 2020 recent stories

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'This is insane': Peter Strzok explains what he still 'believes' to be true about Trump (with ZERO pushback from the 'journalist' interviewer)

Former FBI agent Peter Strzok was on Meet the Press yesterday, and he was allowed to say what he “believes” to be true about Trump while not being pushed to back up the claim: Peter Strzok on Meet The Press: "I believed at the time in 2016, and I continue to believe, that Donald Trump is compromised by the Russians. And when I say that, I mean that they hold leverage over him that makes him incapable of placing the national interest ahead of his own." pic.twitter.com/maeHVQ3Qp4 — Daily Caller (@DailyCaller) September 13, 2020 Wow, Strzok is clinging to that narrative as if it’s a life raft during a storm at sea: Might want to show your work on this one, G-man. https://t.co/RB0SqVggNE — Mark Hemingway (@Heminator) September 14, 2020 Chuck Todd seemed in no rush to push Strzok very hard when it comes to offering actual evidence for his claim. This is insane. Either he’s an idiot, or he’s lying. https://t.co/3gaFsaaeIb — Jubal E. Harshaw (@alimhaider) September 14, 2020 Federal investigators should kinda refrain from making statements like this prefaced with "I believe" What he believes is literally irrelevant. These are Comey's men. https://t.co/X6pHJl9JaK — Larry O'Connor (@LarryOConnor) September 14, 2020 This is literally journalistic malpractice. Only helps Trump with the small handful of persuadeable voters? https://t.co/7B2KENI6CX — Jerry Bohl, Jr. (@jr_bohl) September 14, 2020 “Journalistic malpractice” has been on heavy display these last few years. As Strzok et al. have never shown any shred of evidence for their goofball fantasies, we know they are partisan psychopaths publicly flailing somehow to save themselves. https://t.co/8gO9W3iJPD — Eric Metaxas (@ericmetaxas) September 14, 2020 He’s both. Strzok doesn’t believe any of that but he wants us to. He doesn’t want to be held accountable for any of his treachery. — Liana M (@Lianar05) September 14, 2020 It's just amazing that any discussion with Peter Strzok about ANYONE being compromised doesn't begin with his affair with Lisa Page https://t.co/HQAQjXduUc — Will Chamberlain (@willchamberlain) September 14, 2020 The FBI was apparently full of insane people. https://t.co/aGxLxK64Hd — Eric Wright (@ericpaulwright) September 14, 2020 Peter Strzok is the FBI agent that still thinks Richard Jewell was the Olympic Park Bomber. https://t.co/2KMXd1Q61U — Extremely Careless (@Shanghaibeast) September 14, 2020 This is the prototype of a person who knows the MSM will cover for him. Are you kidding me???? We have the e-mails between others in the deep state and him. “Insurance”… — Jane Hughes,MD (@janehughesmd) September 14, 2020 I believed then and I believe now that Peter Strzok participated in a coup against the President of the United States and he belongs in prison. — Erica (@IamAlabamaCrazy) September 13, 2020 Mueller literally proved this not to be true. Peter just can't let it go. ??? https://t.co/LC8Qk8mxhv — Jerad ?? (@Jerad_Huep) September 14, 2020 He can’t let it go because he knows what it means if he does. recent stories

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'What?' Jake Tapper calls out NBA and Disney for licking China's boots and enabling Uyghur genocide … just like 'conservatives including Donald Trump'?

Yesterday, Jake Tapper took some time on CNN’s “State of the Union” to call out Disney for licking the Chinese government’s boots via the live-action “Mulan” remake: Bravo to @jaketapper for calling out Disney. Not only did it film “Mulan” in areas where 1 million Muslim Uighurs have been herded into camps but they thanked the Chinese regime entities who are doing it. “The big problem is Disney thanking people accused of committing genocide.” pic.twitter.com/4Me0ZS8r61 — Hillel Neuer (@HillelNeuer) September 13, 2020 Tapper was right to smack Disney around for that. And then he decided to tweet about it: Future generations will be ashamed to read how companies that consider themselves progressive such as the @NBA and @Disney joined with conservatives including @realDonaldTrump to sanction concentration camps and human rights abuses by the Chinese government against Muslims. https://t.co/Z64aMTbNe9 — Jake Tapper (@jaketapper) September 13, 2020 Thank you Jake, for taking a stand❤ — Deborah Johnson (@happymamadeb) September 14, 2020 A stand against … “conservatives including Donald Trump?” pic.twitter.com/CEJQWQQTJ3 — tree hugging sister (@treehuggingsis) September 14, 2020 What? — Dan ?? (@danieltobin) September 14, 2020 Wait….what? — Can't you save us, Brittany Spears?!? (@RamseyChris) September 14, 2020 I’m completely confused. Seriously. — Beaverly Hakes (@bph960) September 14, 2020 Drinking again are we, Tapper? — Jackie Vasser (@JackieVasser) September 14, 2020 First of all, Donald Trump having an (R) after his name does not make him a conservative. And second of all, in what universe have conservatives been defending China for concentration camps and human rights abuses? I gather there was a typo there and you meant to say the NBA and Disney "did not join with conservatives…" — Dave Van de Walle (@Area224) September 14, 2020 We know Jake Tapper probably isn’t a huge Twitchy fan these days, what with us calling him out for nonsense with increasing frequency. But maybe if he read our site and a bunch of other conservative sites, he’d’ve realized that conservatives have been denouncing the ChiComs for their genocidal campaign against the Uyghurs for quite some time now — and denouncing progressive voices that have remained conspicuously silent on it. Started out as a promising tweet and then I am not sure what happened but man that went off the rails quick. — Gerry (@GerryDales) September 14, 2020 I read that and was like pic.twitter.com/GD28LHvdIH — Jimmy McScallywag (@Jimmy_McJohn) September 14, 2020 Same, man. Same. We get that Tapper has fully embraced his CNN colleague’s anti-conservative crusade now, but he’s seriously delusional if he thinks he can pin deference to China and willful blindness to their human rights abuses on conservatives. I’m not sure what this has to do with conservatives? — SeptemberIsAMember (@Buck_McCray) September 13, 2020 I’m glad you’re bringing attention to this matter, but what conservatives have condoned this? Genuinely curious. I haven’t seen examples yet. — Alice Weiss (@AliceWeiss) September 13, 2020 I mean, it was a good start and then halfway through it you decided to make a Biden commercial, despite Biden being MUCH friendlier to China than any conservative. — Gerry (@GerryDales) September 14, 2020 What conservatives or @realDonaldTrump is sanctioning concentration camps. We do not. Although apparently nba and Disney do. — mr jason (@jasonbross) September 14, 2020 Jake Tapper tries so hard to be relevant that he can't keep his stories or bias straight. As usual, after reading his tweet, all I can say is huh? — Graceful Klutz (@freakinfool) September 14, 2020 recent stories

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Joe Rogan offers to moderate debate between Joe Biden and Donald Trump — and Trump says he's game

Yesterday, Joe Rogan told UFC fighter Tim Kennedy that he’d be willing to moderate a presidential debate between Donald Trump and Joe Biden: On my podcast with @joerogan he offered to moderate a debate between @JoeBiden and @realDonaldTrump It would be four hours with no live audience. Just the two candidates, cameras, and their vision of how to move this country forward. Who wants this? #debates #Election2020 — Tim Kennedy (@TimKennedyMMA) September 13, 2020 Who wants this? Well, at least one candidate does: I do! https://t.co/H9Eghnqpuy — Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) September 14, 2020 Dude. Absolutely epic. https://t.co/dYJukm0XTY — Brad Polumbo ??⚽️ ?️‍? (@brad_polumbo) September 14, 2020 YESSSS. — Jenna Ellis (@JennaEllisEsq) September 14, 2020 This would be legendary. — Buzz Patterson for Congress (CA-7) (@BuzzPatterson) September 14, 2020 This neeeeeeeds to happen!! pic.twitter.com/HN4Hzl6rGC — GOPrincess ?? MN Mama (@GOPrincess) September 14, 2020 Awwwwww yeah @TimKennedyMMA @joerogan. pic.twitter.com/sOUtJqKnlp — first history man (@Federalist1887) September 14, 2020 This is a must must must — zac (@motownpunk) September 14, 2020 Over to you, Joe Biden. Hahahaha your move @JoeBiden. A real president would be up to the task. Sadly, I doubt they’d let you have your teleprompter. — Karlyn Borysenko has run out of effs to give (@DrKarlynB) September 14, 2020 recent stories

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Trump campaign explains why they're having an indoor rally in Henderson, NV

Trump campaign spokesman Tim Murtaugh defending tonight indoor rally in Henderson, Nevada, telling reporters “If you can join tens of thous. of people protesting in the streets, gamble in a casino, or burn down small businesses in riots, you can gather peacefully under the 1st Amendment to hear from the President of the United States”: Per pool report, Trump campaign spox Tim Murtaugh on tonight’s *indoor* rally: “If you can join tens of thous. of people protesting in the streets, gamble in a casino, or burn down small businesses in riots, you can gather peacefully under the 1st Amendment to hear from” POTUS. — Paul Farhi (@farhip) September 13, 2020 He has a point: He ain't wrong… https://t.co/beWO3cbkKL — Jasonator (@jasonator703) September 13, 2020 And maybe if journos and health experts didn’t cheer on protests we wouldn’t be in this pickle? You guys handed him this bat. Enjoy it! https://t.co/J5IDNqmOrS — Stephen L. Miller (@redsteeze) September 13, 2020 As for the rally, there will be temperature checks, masks and hand sanitizer: Every attendee in Henderson, #Nevada at the indoor event “will get a temperature check prior to admission, be provided a mask they’re encouraged to wear and have access to plenty of hand sanitizer,” according to @TeamTrump. — Steve Herman (@W7VOA) September 13, 2020 And it looks like it will be quite the crowd: Hundreds camp out in line for the @POTUS rally tonight at Xtreme Manufacturing. @reviewjournal #rjnow pic.twitter.com/njRqvvb3yc — Ellen Schmidt ? (@ellenschmidttt) September 13, 2020 Dems, however, are cheering for deaths: Someone will die. Ask the Cain family. Ask those infected at the Sturgiss event. @realDonaldTrump could lead by example and save lives. Instead he puts lives at risk and then has first class dopes defend him. — Joe Lockhart (@joelockhart) September 13, 2020 To be continued. . . *** recent stories

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David Axelrod's attempt to slam Trump's handling of the coronavirus gets upended by his own Twitter timeline

It’s September 2020, and the Left is desperately clinging to an excerpt from a Bob Woodward book. Former Obama adviser David Axelrod has joined the chorus of those attempting to slam Trump for something he said earlier this year that has amazingly been kept under wraps (for months) until this past week. There is a justifiable uproar over what @realDonaldTrump did in February, when he downplayed the seriousness of a virus that he knew to be airborne and deadly.But what about what he’s doing RIGHT NOW?https://t.co/bF8YSKlCCL — David Axelrod (@davidaxelrod) September 13, 2020 The problem for Axelrod is that his Twitter timeline would fail to meet his own standard. Hi David. Here's you encouraging the gathering of large crowds during a pandemic https://t.co/fuCDpAhQ8K pic.twitter.com/7tJgHMLrEh — Stephen L. Miller (@redsteeze) September 13, 2020 .@davidaxelrod If you know the virus is airborne and deadly, why are you encouraging people to gather in large crowds in close proximity to each other? Seems dangerous. — Stephen L. Miller (@redsteeze) September 13, 2020 Axelrod’s double-standard aside, Trump has explained that his intention early on was to promote a calm response to the threat. ABC's Jon Karl: "Why did you lie to the American people and why should we trust what we have to say now?" Trump: "I'm not gonna jump up and down and scream, 'PEOPLE ARE GOING TO DIE!' No, I'm not going to do that. We're going to get through this." pic.twitter.com/6Dk1u1DFjT — Kelb Hull (@CalebJHull) September 10, 2020 It’s doubtful that even the most ardent Trump supporters believe that his administration’s response to the coronavirus was flawless. There will always be plenty to second-guess when it comes to presidential administrations responding to various crises. Perhaps someday David Axelrod can share a thread about the Obama administration’s response to H1N1. *** RELATED: Donald Trump calls out Bob Woodward for keeping ‘bad or dangerous’ COVID19 comments under wraps until now recent stories

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Team Biden: Despite calling Trump a 'xenophobic fear-monger' for the China travel ban, the 'if Biden were president' administration would've stopped the virus

Dear America, Despite the fact that he ripped Trump for instituting a travel ban, held campaign rallies in March and called the president names, Joe Biden would have stopped the coronavirus in its tracks. The “if Joe Biden were president” administration would have never let this happen. Sincerely, Team Biden Pressed on why Biden did not call for a travel ban, social distancing or masks in Jan. or Feb., Symone Sanders tells @GStephanopoulos Biden wasn't “briefed by national security experts” as Trump was, but would have taken “proper precautions” as president. https://t.co/Mb6g1oQ7FV pic.twitter.com/hXBneB5Ifa — ABC News (@ABC) September 13, 2020 As for his campaign events … if only he would have had all of the information, things would have been different. Jake Sullivan says @JoeBiden was warning about the pandemic early on, but still held rallies into March because he didn't have access to all the information @realDonaldTrump had on the virus. — FoxNewsSunday (@FoxNewsSunday) September 13, 2020 Fox News' Chris Wallace to Joe Biden adviser Jake Sullivan: “why did it take Biden two months to approve the travel restrictions?” pic.twitter.com/ADcsqCFps7 — Steve Guest (@SteveGuest) September 13, 2020 On January 31st, the White House issued a “Proclamation on Suspension of Entry as Immigrants and Nonimmigrants of Persons who Pose a Risk of Transmitting 2019 Novel Coronavirus.” On March 12th, Biden issued a tweet decrying a travel ban (from any part of the world). A wall will not stop the coronavirus. Banning all travel from Europe — or any other part of the world — will not stop it. This disease could impact every nation and any person on the planet — and we need a plan to combat it. — Joe Biden (@JoeBiden) March 13, 2020 And he continued his attacks on the president. A wall won’t stop a virus.Racism won’t stop a virus. Do your job. https://t.co/Mj4Zx0ccPS — Joe Biden (@JoeBiden) March 10, 2020 Stop the xenophobic fear-mongering. Be honest. Take responsibility. Do your job. https://t.co/nQ5aLVrpyb — Joe Biden (@JoeBiden) March 18, 2020 According to his advisers, Joe Biden didn’t have enough information to take appropriate action related to the virus in March. But he apparently had enough information to call the president a xenophobic fear monger. *** recent stories

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Bret Baier dismantles Nancy Pelosi's attempt to downplay Trump-brokered Middle East peace agreements as COVID-19 'distractions'

This week President Trump received not one, but two nominations for a Nobel Peace Prize (for two Middle East peace deals). Sharyl Attkisson sees these agreements as big deals that the lib media are largely ignoring: There was a time not too long ago when, if any US president had brokered peace deals between Israel and UAE, Israel and Bahrain, and Serbia and Kosovo, the news would have been plastered with the news for days upon end. — Sharyl Attkisson?️‍♂️ (@SharylAttkisson) September 12, 2020 And of course it’s not just the media who are downplaying the peace deals. House Speaker Nancy Pelosi just couldn’t bring herself to say anything remotely positive about the historic agreements: Asked on @CNNSitRoom if Trump deserves credit for Bahrain-Israel deal, Pelosi questions his ties to Saudi and says: “Good for him for having a distraction on a day when the numbers of people who are affected and the numbers of people who are dying from this virus only increases” — Manu Raju (@mkraju) September 11, 2020 Weird that Nancy didn’t seem as concerned about the virus when she was in that hair salon. Fox News’ Bret Baier, fresh off embarrassing a Biden flack in an interview, dismantled Pelosi’s attempt to downplay the agreements: This is quite an answer. No matter your party —and even if you don’t like all the details inside — the UAE and Bahrain peace deals with Israel are not “distractions”. https://t.co/VlGhxGDBMi — Bret Baier (@BretBaier) September 11, 2020 The agreements are “distraction” to the Democrat narrative. Horrible response from @SpeakerPelosi. Absolutely egregious. — Steve (@SNitzsche7) September 11, 2020 When people ask why we could not come together during this crisis look no further than Pelosi. — Theresa Maurer ?? (@TheresaMaurer2) September 12, 2020 So often those saying they want “unity” are the least unifying people in the country. recent stories

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CBS News journo unsure why 'Biden isn't doing more to show he can outwork Trump' after his campaign reportedly called it a day at 9 a.m.

The Biden campaign is notorious for trying their best to keep Joe in the basement, and today looks to be another one of those days: A lid has been called in Wilmington, meaning @JoeBiden is not expected to have any public events today, per @mgroppe — Jake Sherman (@JakeSherman) September 12, 2020 The “run out the clock” strategy continues. Lol back to the basement! https://t.co/4m1WeZbOE4 — Comfortably Smug (@ComfortablySmug) September 12, 2020 .@realDonaldTrump is in Nevada today. Meanwhile, Joe Biden called a lid at 9:15am. There are 52 days until November 3rd. https://t.co/16BBkPozhX — Steve Guest (@SteveGuest) September 12, 2020 White House reporter for CBS News digital Kathryn Watson is wondering why Biden isn’t showing he can out-hustle President Trump: Not sure why Biden isn't doing more to show he can outwork Trump https://t.co/WvW3y5L7Yq — Kathryn Watson (@kathrynw5) September 12, 2020 And yes I realize there's a pandemic and he shouldn't be out shaking hands. But he has a team of experienced people at his disposal to think up creative ways to campaign safely. — Kathryn Watson (@kathrynw5) September 12, 2020 Maybe the teleprompter’s broken? Or… Because he can’t. https://t.co/XRG0KxBvkL — M (@MWilliams_47) September 12, 2020 because he can’t? https://t.co/ktjhfoahhu — LegallyBae (@legallybae) September 12, 2020 Right? It’s because Joe Biden could NEVER even dream to outwork @realDonaldTrump. — Steve Guest (@SteveGuest) September 12, 2020 Oh honey. You're the only person who has to ask this question. https://t.co/g8BuvPphIN — Beard and Circus (@Shooter_ptpx01) September 12, 2020 recent stories

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Actor who sent bogus absentee ballot video viral sorry if he upset you and made you super angry, he was just trying to defeat Trump

Continue Reading Actor who sent bogus absentee ballot video viral sorry if he upset you and made you super angry, he was just trying to defeat Trump