JDunkin

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  1. Nice to see how you and the Democrats are so concerned about voter suppression as if you are some sort of better party to vote for, Oops, wait a minute. The Dems practice voter suppression as well. Read about it here from CNN. Will de-icer be outraged and condemn the Democrats, or quietly change the subject again after being caught out as a hypocrite. Again. https://www.cnn.com/2018/07/19/opinions/democrats-need-reform-new-york-primary-weaver/index.html "Voter suppression has a long and ugly history in America and Democrats of all stripes need to fight it. It is hard to credibly comb
  2. It was still an election, in America. And proof that there can be massive fraud.
  3. Once again folks, NEVER believe what de-icer posts. "At the center of what the trial court subsequently found to be “a massive, well-conceived and well-orchestrated absentee ballot voter fraud scheme” were a large number of absentee ballots—nearly 70 percent of the total—cast from Little Havana. Little Havana voters reinstalled Commissioner Hernandez, the embattled Suarez ally who won reelection to the City Commission by a large majority after being removed from office by the governor following a 23-count indictment for bank fraud and money laundering. An expert in statistical analysis te
  4. I do choose carefully and don't believe these books which have an obvious agenda. Look at just the first one by Michael Wolff, now mostly forgotten as there have been so many. ANALYSIS/OPINION: Well, well, well, turns out even Michael Wolff, author of the “Fire and Fury” book that has sparked such national discussion about the Donald Trump White House, admits that not everything he wrote is true. In his prologue, Wolff writes, as Business Insider noted: “Many of the accounts of what has happened in the Trump White House are in conflict with one another; many, in Trumpian fashion
  5. By the way, I know there is no proof yet of anything nefarious. But it doesn't look good for the president you supported having the following pictures appear. Take a look, it just seems to slowly get more and more interesting. https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-8639501/Bill-Clinton-smiles-receiving-neck-massage-Jeffrey-Epstein-victim.html I wonder what you would say if it were Trump. Then all of a sudden, it would concern you and be peddled as something bad. But, obviously no concern here. Thanks for your misogyny concerns. Try remembering what Bill did and Hillary c
  6. Yes, Hillary lost. Glad you accept that. But it doesn't change the fact that you supported her and would still support her today with the background that she has, despite saying how terrible it is of trump does similar or were to do similar. Which is why your arguments of Trump not being the better candidate have no credibility. A little hint. You could start making arguments on policy, such as why you have a particular opinion on abortion or foreign policy which would possibly give you some credibility. The usual fascism/racism/misogynystic crowd seem to want to avoid discussions on
  7. Same old disgusting narrative by the frauds like you. If Trump had passed the 1994 crime law that out so many blacks in jail, you would have used it as an excuse to call him a racist, But Biden passed the law and Trump repealed it. If Trump had said that "if you don't vote for me, you ain't black", frauds like you would have called him a racist, but Joe Biden said those words. If Trump's son had been hired by a Ukrainian gas firm to be on the Board of Directors and paid millions despite not having any experience in anything like that, you would have said how terrible it is but not w
  8. Seems to me that Trump is right about the fraud. Why impeach when he is right again. https://nypost.com/2020/09/24/fbi-investigates-ballots-for-trump-found-in-pennsylvania-garbage/ The Justice Department on Thursday said the FBI has opened an investigation into nine absentee ballots — seven cast for President Trump — that were found in the garbage near Scranton, Pennsylvania. Trump routinely expresses doubt about the reliability of mail-in voting amid the COVID-19 pandemic and the investigation quickly became national news. “At this point we can confirm that a small number
  9. The main thrust of your posting on this thread has been to convince readers that they should not support Trump. Focusing on the specific items we have been discussing in the last several posts(to make things easier), you posted information about Trump donating to Kamela Harris several years ago. Your intent appears to be that Trump is some sort of hypocrite and therefore not support-worthy. The first thing I did is point out that there are lots of donors who have personal self-advancing motives for doing this. No doubt Trump did and openly admits it. He discussed it during a debate and s
  10. "Hunter Biden received a $3.5 million wire transfer from Elena Baturina, the richest woman in Russia and the widow of Yury Luzhkov, the former mayor of Moscow, Senate Republicans revealed in their report on the younger Biden’s work in Ukraine. Baturina is referenced in the 87-page report, which was released Wednesday, addressing her payment to Biden’s investment firm in early 2014. “Baturina became Russia’s only female billionaire when her plastics company, Inteko, received a series of Moscow municipal contracts while her husband was mayor,” it said in providing background on the bus
  11. Clinton, whose charity got ONE HUNDRED AND FORTY FIVE MILLION DOLLARS from Russian associated groups was part of the approval. What was proven to be false was that she approved the uranium deal alone. Others in the Obama administration were part of the approval. Who wants to have a bet with me(I'll give you a million to one odds) that there are no more donations coming into Hillary's charity from that same source any more. It seems from your many posts on this thread De-icer that when anything that appears fishy with Trump happens, you leap into action and post it with your reasonin
  12. Correct, the person that you think would have been the better president does what the donors want. Now, shall we talk about the Russian donations of millions of dollars to the Clinton foundation and her support for Russia gaining control of uranium in America. https://www.politifact.com/factchecks/2018/dec/07/blog-posting/complex-tale-involving-hillary-clinton-uranium-rus/ "As secretary of state, Clinton did serve on a government board that ultimately approved a transfer of uranium, but she wasn’t the deciding vote. And the Clinton Foundation did receive $145 million from parties inv
  13. It is interesting but actually quite normal for businesses entities to donate to both sides of the political spectrum in order to further their interests. The nice thing is that he has been quite open about it but is rich enough that he isn't bought off. "Donald Trump bragged Thursday night that he could buy politicians — even the ones sharing the stage with him at a Republican presidential debate. Trump was asked about something he said in a previous interview: “When you give, they do whatever the hell you want them to do.” “You’d better believe it,” Trump said. “If I ask them,
  14. Hmmm, I wonder how many posts you have on this thread. I tell you what, why don't you show where you think I have posted incorrect or erroneous or hypocritical information, which is exactly what I have been doing for your posts. I will admit though that you have now energized me to search further back through what you have posted here in order to ensure any misleading info is counteracted.
  15. Here is the real collusion with Russia in 2016. From Wikipedia: "From April 2016 through October 2016, the law firm Perkins Coie, on behalf of the Hillary Clinton 2016 presidential campaign and the Democratic National Committee, retained Fusion GPS to continue opposition research on Trump.[28][29][30] In June 2016, Fusion GPS retained Christopher Steele, a private British corporate intelligence investigator and former MI-6 agent, to research any Russian connections to Trump. Steele produced a 35-page series of uncorroborated memos from June to December 2016, which became the document know