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ukcatfannfl
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posted 06-20-2020 06:09 AM      Profile for ukcatfannfl   Email ukcatfannfl   Send New Private Message      Edit/Delete Post  Reply With Quote 
Justice" For Tara Reade Over A Biden Win

(sick mind of this liberal)

Martin Tolchin, a former NY Times reporter and co-founder of Politico as well as The Hill is so hellbent on getting Trump out of office he was willing to publicly state that he doesn't care about justice, or former vice president Joe Biden's capabilities only the defeat of President Trump.

Tolchin really didn't leave anything to interpretation in his reply to a New York Times piece that called for transparency in the Biden sexual assault investigation where Biden has been accused of fondling and forcefully penetrating former staffer Tara Reade. In fact, Tolchin plainly stated he is against the investigation in case it reveals something damaging to Biden's 2020 campaign.
In a letter to the editor in the NY Times, Tolchin wrote:

"I totally disagree with this editorial. I don’t want an investigation. I want a coronation of Joe Biden. Would he make a great president? Unlikely. Would he make a good president? Good enough. Would he make a better president than the present occupant? Absolutely. I don’t want justice, whatever that may be. I want a win, the removal of Donald Trump from office, and Mr. Biden is our best chance.
Suppose an investigation reveals damaging information concerning his relationship with Tara Reade or something else, and Mr. Biden loses the nomination to Senator Bernie Sanders or someone else with a minimal chance of defeating Mr. Trump. Should we really risk the possibility?

Martin Tolchin
Alexandria, Va.
The writer is a former member of The Times’s Washington bureau and a founder of Politico."
That's pretty telling, and I think a reasonably accurate representation as to where most Biden supporters currently stand. They don't like him, don't believe in his leadership skills but have allowed their media-fueled derangement to warp their idea of 'victory'. Enough so that they're willing to back a man that they know isn't up for the task and is currently facing sexual assault allegations. The hypocrisy is so thick you could swim in it.

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posted 06-20-2020 07:00 AM      Profile for EnterpriseCat     Send New Private Message      Edit/Delete Post  Reply With Quote 
Democrats want power at all costs. Their hatred for Trump is truly a derangement syndrome. I certainly didn’t want eight years of an Obama Presidency, but I wasn’t willing to sell my soul to see him not get re-elected. Democrats apparently have no soul.

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posted 06-20-2020 10:50 AM      Profile for Tiptree   Email Tiptree   Send New Private Message      Edit/Delete Post  Reply With Quote 
I recall how ridiculous I thought the dems had become back in the days of "Bush derangement syndrome". What is going on with Trump is an order of magnitude greater.

The democrat party is indeed all about power. But, to get power, they don't attempt to inspire Americans anymore, they divide us, they channel hatred, and they weaken our nation. They bow, they kneel, they grovel, they apologize...

Americans I know do not bow to anyone, nor do we kneel in submission. We work together, we tolerate differences, we assert that all are equal both in the eyes of God and under the law, and we, as individuals working together, build a greater future.

The dems want us to mistrust and even hate one another, they want to elevate some of us above others based upon perceived grievances, and they want government to take over building the future as THEY want it.

I honestly don't understand how anybody can support the democrat party today. But I accept that some do, and I hope I can work alongside them to heal the divisions that have crippled us.

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ukcatfannfl
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posted 06-20-2020 11:08 AM      Profile for ukcatfannfl   Email ukcatfannfl   Send New Private Message      Edit/Delete Post  Reply With Quote 
Good read Tip

The democratic party for example is using a "national crisis" as a "political event" by dividing this country even more. (virus)

They then take the killing of one person as an opportunity to further divide this country by calling many demonstrations/riots as essential and then on the other hand calling the upcoming rally by trump as dangerous.

These people make no sense nor do they care because a person that can not finish a sentence all of a sudden has a chance. If that happens this country will go down the tubes with open borders, more welfare and no telling what will be given to minorities as repreparation .

one thing is clear howeve, they do not care about this country and we shold all be fearful of that..

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posted 06-20-2020 01:23 PM      Profile for MEL     Send New Private Message      Edit/Delete Post  Reply With Quote 
I sure hope they don't rely on me giving them my taxes to support all of their asinine agendas !!! It ain't gonna happen.

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posted 06-22-2020 01:03 PM      Profile for viperz     Send New Private Message      Edit/Delete Post  Reply With Quote 
quote:
Originally posted by Tiptree:
I honestly don't understand how anybody can support the democrat party today. But I accept that some do, and I hope I can work alongside them to heal the divisions that have crippled us.

I've went back and forth between voting for Bush (2x), then Obama, but I'm squarely in the Trump camp. Dems are insane
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posted 06-22-2020 05:16 PM      Profile for Old Norm   Email Old Norm   Send New Private Message      Edit/Delete Post  Reply With Quote 
The killing of the guy in Minneapolis was totally uncalled for. The one in Atlanta however, the policeman did exactly what he was trained to do. There is no excuse for that D.A. filing murder charges against him, and no excuse for the protesting. If these libs manage to get a few police departments de-funded, they will be the ones ones to whine first and the loudest. Expect new "protests" then.

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posted 06-22-2020 05:31 PM      Profile for rlt4uk     Send New Private Message      Edit/Delete Post  Reply With Quote 
The mayor in Seattle has changed her tune, since the protesters came to her neighborhood.

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posted 06-22-2020 06:12 PM      Profile for m hamilton   Email m hamilton   Send New Private Message      Edit/Delete Post  Reply With Quote 
It's funny how these people like the Mayor of Seattle changes their tune when they get drawn into the fray!

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posted 06-22-2020 08:01 PM      Profile for ukcatfannfl   Email ukcatfannfl   Send New Private Message      Edit/Delete Post  Reply With Quote 
Norm - if that killing in Atlanta had gone to a grand jury, it would have been an immediate "justified" and tossed out. My training is if someone gets my taser I am a dead man unless I can stop him, even if deadly force is needed!

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ukcatfannfl

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