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  • FirstBubba
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    Originally posted by rock rat View Post
    Neon Nettle News

    https://mediabiasfactcheck.com/neon-nettle/
    • Overall, we rate Neon Nettle a Tin Foil Hat level Conspiracy website based on promotion of numerous conspiracy theories as well as the publishing of fake news.
    There is no illegal alien voting. No one is voting twice. Anyone so gullible to believe that kind of hooee shouldn't answer the phone.
    Proof, rock rat. Please enlighten us.

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  • Ontario Honker Hunter
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    Originally posted by crm3006 View Post
    Well, ol' honkster, ol' pal, talk about being way off and shooting himself in the foot! I hope you shoot whatever weaponry you took to Africa a lot better that you shoot those dumb-assed responses off your keyboard, or you may come back footless. President Trump's approval rating was up to 72% among Republicans after he tweeted the "love it or leave" tweets, and hovering between 30-40% among the undecided or moderate voters. Doubt seriously that: "They may bar him from the nominating convention." (What kind of whacky juice are you drinking up there in Canaja, anyway?)
    Oh, and just for your general edification and to add to your store of political facts: "Judicial Watch: 900,000 Illegal Aliens Voted in 2018 Midterm Elections" Try telling us that Judicial Watch doesn't exist, or that Tom Fitton is a doubtful source.


    READ MORE: https://neonnettle.com/news/6862-jud...term-elections
    © Neon Nettle
    I see where you get your "facts." Tin Foil Hat fake news is an excellent assessment. Wish I'd come up with that one. You really expect us to believe Americans of any political ilk overwhelmingly approve of that kind of trash talk from their country's leader? Really? Keep screwing the blinders on tighter. As I said before, there's too much money at stake in GOP party. Those guys/corporations are getting very jumpy about their "investment." Betting the bank on a potential nut job was risky business in the last election. No "potential" about it now! The guy is a proven loose cannon and either incredibly stupid or completely crazy. Either way he is dangerous leadership material. Big money backers are gonna put Trump out to pasture one way or the other, that is a certainty. I'm just waiting to see who else steps up to the plate. Better happen soon or the convention will split itself apart and GOP will be a dead letter forever. I'm sure plans are being made behind the curtains to put someone ... anyone ... else up for candidacy. No one with half a brain would tie their can to Trump for another four years of this embarrassing foolishness. And corporate America has a lot of brains running their show. Hopefully the party will abandon the "showman" tactic and pick someone with a sense of decency ... and with some semblance of common sense.

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  • jhjimbo
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    Rat, people have gone to jail for voter fraud.

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  • rock rat
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    Neon Nettle News

    https://mediabiasfactcheck.com/neon-nettle/
    • Overall, we rate Neon Nettle a Tin Foil Hat level Conspiracy website based on promotion of numerous conspiracy theories as well as the publishing of fake news.
    There is no illegal alien voting. No one is voting twice. Anyone so gullible to believe that kind of hooee shouldn't answer the phone.

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  • crm3006
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    Well, ol' honkster, ol' pal, talk about being way off and shooting himself in the foot! I hope you shoot whatever weaponry you took to Africa a lot better that you shoot those dumb-assed responses off your keyboard, or you may come back footless. President Trump's approval rating was up to 72% among Republicans after he tweeted the "love it or leave" tweets, and hovering between 30-40% among the undecided or moderate voters. Doubt seriously that: "They may bar him from the nominating convention." (What kind of whacky juice are you drinking up there in Canaja, anyway?)
    Oh, and just for your general edification and to add to your store of political facts: "Judicial Watch: 900,000 Illegal Aliens Voted in 2018 Midterm Elections" Try telling us that Judicial Watch doesn't exist, or that Tom Fitton is a doubtful source.


    READ MORE: https://neonnettle.com/news/6862-jud...term-elections
    © Neon Nettle

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  • jhjimbo
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    Originally posted by Ontario Honker Hunter View Post

    Yeah, I'm so concerned about dead people showing up at the polls to vote. Just tell the poll officials to be sure and shoot those zombies in the head or they'll still be able to cast their vote. Har, har!

    Boy, the Tweet-in-Chief sure shot himself in the foot this week. Uh ... no, he shot off both his feet a long time ago. He's moved up to gut shooting himself this time. "White House advisers" need take a hammer to Trump's fingers. What an embarrassment.
    you are way off, fraudulent voters use the information/registration of the dead person.

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  • Ontario Honker Hunter
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    I am not at all worried about Trump using some silly excuse to invalidate his losing the next general election ... because he'll never get the party's nomination to run. They may bar him from the nominating convention. Given current events that sure wouldn't surprise me. What's he going to do about that? Send in the Army to respond to a "national emergency"?

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  • bowhunter75richard
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    Why would any member of Congress have a problem with seeing that the integrity of our voting system is protected? Whenever there is an attempt to clean up voting irregularities, fraud or corruption, it is always the D’s who fight against it ? Does that not indicate that such action is done for the purpose of their own protection, and not for the betterment of America ? Again, the D’s are a threat to this country, make no mistake about it !

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  • Ontario Honker Hunter
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    Originally posted by jhjimbo View Post

    There is a list of some two dozen States that have not 'cleaned up' their voter rolls and how many excess voters on the rolls they have than citizens. 3.5 million is the total of those couple dozen States. The Federal Govt has sued many of them to clean up their rolls. Deaths, moved away, registered in more than one State, did not vote in last election,and other reasons their rolls are wrong.
    I predict IF President Trump sees evidence of voter fraud he would call the Election
    void and stay on for 4 more years. Of course it would be tied up in court, remember Bush and Gore.
    Yeah, I'm so concerned about dead people showing up at the polls to vote. Just tell the poll officials to be sure and shoot those zombies in the head or they'll still be able to cast their vote. Har, har!

    Boy, the Tweet-in-Chief sure shot himself in the foot this week. Uh ... no, he shot off both his feet a long time ago. He's moved up to gut shooting himself this time. "White House advisers" need take a hammer to Trump's fingers. What an embarrassment.

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  • crm3006
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    Hmmm- 3.5M. Didn't I read over and over from 99 and the honk-honk that hitlery "won the popular vote" by three million votes? Like that has anything to do with a presidential election.
    "
    L.A. County Has 1.6 Million More Voters Registered Than It Has Eligible Voters Living There"
    Headline, Godfather Politics, written by Warner Todd Huston.
    Yet Rat, honk-honk and 99 say voter fraud is almost non-existent.

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  • FirstBubba
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    Here's 21, but I didn't see a "list".

    https://www.heritage.org/election-in...an-voter-rolls

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  • jhjimbo
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    Originally posted by FirstBubba View Post
    Tom Fitton and "Judicial Watch" have been real good at pushing for and eventually getting FOIA documents.
    See if you can find the list of about 24 States that have excess voters on the rolls vs. total number of eligible voters. I saw it and now can't find it. I believe it was put together by Government Elections people and the Courts that are suing the States.

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  • FirstBubba
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    Tom Fitton and "Judicial Watch" have been real good at pushing for and eventually getting FOIA documents.

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  • jhjimbo
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    Originally posted by FirstBubba View Post
    Judicial Watch, Tom Fetton, almost single handed is responsible for shinning the light on Deep State. This is an organization I donate to.

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  • FirstBubba
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    Very interesting reading!

    https://www.judicialwatch.org/press-...udicial-watch/

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