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Jazz4ever

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I'm sad for all the remaining Trump supporters that they only have the memory of his butt hole smell left and can no longer burry their faces in his *** and breathe in their Dear Leader's essence.

Yawn...another media drone. What is burry by the way?
 


Gameface

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Yawn...another media drone. What is burry by the way?
Yeah, I'm a media drone. So easy to escape reality when you simply draw those who disagree with you with the fat crayons and go back to nap time.

Did I see the Trump-tard Parade down Redwood RD on the media? Nope, saw that disgusting parade of idiots with my own two eyes. Have I heard pretty much every Trump supporter I know personally make racist, homophobic and sexist comments in person, or did I see that in the media?

Trump lost. He's a loser. He lost because there aren't enough anti-American people in this country to look past his crimes and vote for him. Trump supporters can scream their "I Love America" BS all they want, but they don't love America, they love it when America enables them to be their worst most disgusting self-serving hateful selves.
 
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Jazz4ever

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Did it ever occur to you that President Biden isn’t doing press conferences because his press Secretary is holding them instead? The Trump administration essentially blew this off after Spicer quickly lost Donald’s favor and Huckabee got worn down. The Trump administration found out that they could do goofy helicopter meetings where donald pretended not to hear questions correctly. These quickly burned out. Then covid came and he used press conferences to feed his narcissistic personality by bragging about himself, downplaying the severity of the virus, and suggesting such marvelous medical innovations as Lysol up the ***. But it’s just not normal for the president to hold press conferences. He’s not an NBA player who needs to speak to the media on a daily basis.

I don’t want the president to do many press conferences. I don’t want to hear the president’s voice very often. We all heard the president’s voice way too often over the past four years. I want the president signing legislation, meeting other heads of state, and (quietly) doing his job. Let the press Secretary do their job.

Anyway, what’s the endgame here? What’s the complaint? Biden isnt speaking to the press enough? Is it because you think he’s “losing his mind?” Ummm okay. I don’t get the endgame here. Would you prefer he hold daily press conferences bragging about how many people he’s pulling out of poverty and how many people he’s vaccinating? What do you feel we’re missing out on? A gaffe to look bad? Cool.

Interesting, you don't want to hear the leader of the country to talk and be transparent. Some of us want to here challenging questions be asked on why these policies were passed or why he supports them. Some people want to know why hundreds of thousands of immigrants are flooding across in a time like this. If he can't answer them on the fly it means either one of two things:

1. He didn't make them in the first place, doesn't support them. or has no idea how they work.
2. He is not cognitively sound to do it.

Now don't get me wrong, Biden probably wants to have a go at it. He is not running the show though as we saw a couple weeks ago when the white house feed was yanked when he mentioned he would take a few questions.
 

Jazz4ever

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Yeah, I'm a media drone. So easy to escape reality when you simply draw those who disagree with you with the fat crayons and go back to nap time.

Did I see the Trump-tard Parade down Redwood RD on the media? Nope, saw that disgusting parade of idiots with my own two eyes. Have I heard pretty much every Trump supporter I know personally make racist, homophobic and sexist comments in person, or did I see that in the media?

Trump lost. He's a loser. He lost because there aren't enough anti-American people in this country to look past his crimes and vote for him. Trump supporters can scream their "I Love America" BS all they want, but they don't love America, they love it when America enables them to be their worst most disgusting self-serving hateful selves.

So you saw like what .0001% of his 74 million voters? Lets make a deal I won't assume you are Antifa and you don't assume anyone that doesn't bash Trump is the worst of his ilk. The fact you jump to the conclusion is exactly what the media has programmed you to do.
 

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So you saw like what .0001% of his 74 million voters? Lets make a deal I won't assume you are Antifa and you don't assume anyone that doesn't bash Trump is the worst of his ilk. The fact you jump to the conclusion is exactly what the media has programmed you to do.
Anyone who supports Trump has to be okay with Trump's actions, which have been criminal.

You already judged me to be a media drone, so I'm not making any deals with you. You accuse me again of being "programmed." GFYS. For real. You've been programmed by Trump media. He's a traitor who has never acknowledged his legitimate defeat. That's incredibly unamerican. He has been incredibly unamerican throughout his Presidency and after his defeat. His followers are perfectly fine supporting an unamerican wannabe fascist. His followers are fine that racist organizations are welcomed into the Trump tent and given seats on the dais. Trump supporters are fine with the fact that Trump is a criminal.

Tell me more about the media boogeyman. I bet you think I don't know exactly what you're gonna say because you think "my" media hasn't told me the truth. Fact is there isn't anything you can tell me that I haven't already heard, already understood and already moved on from.
 

Rubashov

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Apparently Joe Biden's stutter resulted in the video feed being cut just as he was about to field questions on a teleconference yesterday


Thats just the cover story, in truth he was about to shapeshift into his true lizard form.
 

Rubashov

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Anyone who supports Trump has to be okay with Trump's actions, which have been criminal.

**** bro, i do **** that is criminal most weeks, don't lump me with Trump. I do it out of necessity not the all consuming love of power and narcissism.
 

One Brow

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It has to be done, and yes it will take decades and cooperation across both parties. There's no point of continuing on this circus where our kids are going to school to be social justice warriors with no real jobs awaiting them in the US.

Unless you believe the complete evisceration of the middle class is a good thing? And believe going back to the feudal system of the dark ages with peasants and lords is a good thing.
I agree that something needs to be done. Allowing corporations to put more of their profits into the hands of the wealthy won't help.

Frankly, I'm not that worried if the 20-somethings are working at low-paying jobs. I worked in fast food, taught at business colleges, did some substitute teaching, did some temporary office work, etc., for some 8 years after I got out of school. The real issue is the crushing debt college is not imposing on those 20-somethings.
 

One Brow

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As a person, Trump has critical flaws. If you want to focus on this as the Dem owned media has, you can have a heyday bashing him. If you want to focus on his policies to keep America from tumbling into 3rd world status, you need to support him. It's still at least a partially free country, so choose as you like.
There is no significant Dem-owned media, and your fear-mongering is unimpressive.
 

Jazz4ever

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Anyone who supports Trump has to be okay with Trump's actions, which have been criminal.

You already judged me to be a media drone, so I'm not making any deals with you. You accuse me again of being "programmed." GFYS. For real. You've been programmed by Trump media. He's a traitor who has never acknowledged his legitimate defeat. That's incredibly unamerican. He has been incredibly unamerican throughout his Presidency and after his defeat. His followers are perfectly fine supporting an unamerican wannabe fascist. His followers are fine that racist organizations are welcomed into the Trump tent and given seats on the dais. Trump supporters are fine with the fact that Trump is a criminal.

Tell me more about the media boogeyman. I bet you think I don't know exactly what you're gonna say because you think "my" media hasn't told me the truth. Fact is there isn't anything you can tell me that I haven't already heard, already understood and already moved on from.

Except I never defended Trump on the election front, feel free to look it up. We were talking about policies and press conferences and you felt the sudden urge, out of the blue, to make an eighth grade level comment about all 74 million Trump supporters.

The next Republican candidate will share 90% of Trump's policy views. Kristi Noem, Desantis, whoever it ends up being (doubt Trump runs again). These are just normal, god fearing, americans with no Trump crazy bones. The media will try to associate them with the worst temperament and mannerisms of Trump though...just watch as it unfolds.
 

Beer

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I have a forklift driver I was talking to. She is thrilled with the stimulus because it is letting her get out from under her car payment while she has a kid that requires medical care (severely autistic) and at the moment she is the family's sole bread-winner because her husband got laid off. If you think that just because it doesn't impact you very much that it doesn't impact anyone you are incredibly out of touch. No one is saying it will permanently fix poverty, don't be that intellectually dishonest. But it will have an impact in people's lives, no doubt. It's absolutely imperfect, but it is impactful, especially on a personal level for a lot of people. I employ many people in similar circumstances and they are grateful beyond belief.

No, I didn't say it wouldn't momentarily help some people. But it's really just buying people a few weeks, maybe 2 months at most, of breathing room. It's not getting anyone out of poverty. There's a big difference between the 2.
 

Red

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All about context. Trumps failings our well known. To still be focusing on them 3 months out of office, and either unable or scared to criticize the left on one thing shows you are a hopeless, lost slave to the media machine.
Well, I think we should assign accountability to what happened on January 6th. That’s going to take a very long time, both in investigating the events of that day, investigating where responsibilities lay leading up to that day, and, regardless of how Trump supporters feel( and in general they will always cast Trump, and themselves as the victims), that is also going to have to include Trump himself, regardless of how long after his administration officially ended. Here is what his own defense chief, regarding the Capital riot, had to say, his opinion of cause and effect where Trump’s words and the resultant effect are concerned:


His failings, and no greater failing then his willingness to craft an Orwellian stage Big Lie, even as any thinking person should be able to understand how damaging a Big Lie will be to a democratic society, led us both to Jan. 6th, and to a situation where a majority of self described Republicans embrace an alternative reality that describes what did not happen on Nov. 3rd, 2020. Once you destroy consensus reality in this way, by laying the groundwork for the Big Lie months in advance of the election, and then try to alter the outcome based on that Big Lie, I’m afraid one cannot let go of Trump’s failings. They will be paramount in understanding and assigning responsibility for Jan. 6th and for damaging our democratic institutions, witness Republican efforts to use voter suppression at the state level, efforts which can be summarized as “let’s make sure what did not happen on Election Day 2020 never happens again”.

It really is not our fault, those of us who believe in assigning accountability for these events, that Trump’s failings are center stage. It was his stage, he used it as he saw fit, the judgement is going to take some time. I see this as something we owe to future generations of Americans....
 

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