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Did you see the soundbites on Republican lawmakers responding to questions about Dear Leader saying we should "get rid of the ballots" and that he may not participate in a peaceful transition?

Apparently now, it's all about HILLARY in a classic RW deflection and obfuscation. Not only that, but LYING about what she said while taking her comments completely out of context. What she said was that Joe shouldn't concede until ALL THE VOTES ARE COUNTED, which could take weeks. :icon_rolleyes:

And Newsflash - I know you would rather run against Hillary again, but she ain't on the ballot. Uncle Joe is on the ballot. Try and catch up. But the author is exactly right. Hilly - Just be quiet. This is what happens every time you open your mouth!

(CNN) Hillary Clinton has a bit of advice for Joe Biden come November 3: Don't even think about conceding if the election is at all close.​
"Joe Biden should not concede under any circumstances because I think this is going to drag out, and eventually I do believe he will win if we don't give an inch and if we are as focused and relentless as the other side is," Clinton told longtime Democratic strategist Jennifer Palmieri in an excerpt of Showtime's "The Circus" released Tuesday.​
Added Clinton: "We've got to have a massive legal operation, I know the Biden campaign is working on that. We have to have poll workers, and I urge people, who are able, to be a poll worker. We have to have our own teams of people to counter the force of intimidation that the Republicans and Trump are going to put outside polling places. This is a big organizational challenge, but at least we know more about what they're going to do."​
What Clinton envisions is an election night that could well extend into an election week or even -- gulp! -- an election month, because of an expected surge in mail-in balloting due to concerns about the coronavirus. If recent elections, particularly in Clinton's adopted home state of New York, are any indication, there's a very real possibility that no winner is declared on November 3 or November 4. And that the country will be in limbo, while waiting to know who will be the next president of the United States.​

Clinton is, on the facts, exactly right in the advice she is giving to Biden. With lots and lots of mailed-in ballots needed to be counted in the days leading up to Election Day -- and on November 3 itself -- it would be political malpractice for Biden to concede to Trump (or vice versa) if the election were clearly very close.​
But you can be sure that her comments will be seized on by the Trump White House as evidence that Democrats are already working to lay the groundwork for a protracted vote count because they think that benefits them. (Clinton's emphases on how Biden will "eventually" win is the reddest of red meat for conservatives.)​
Because of all that, my educated guess is that the Biden campaign would rather not have Clinton offering their candidate advice on how to handle a close election. Even if she's right.​

 

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Did you see the soundbites on Republican lawmakers responding to questions about Dear Leader saying we should "get rid of the ballots" and that he may not participate in a peaceful transition?

Apparently now, it's all about HILLARY in a classic RW deflection and obfuscation. Not only that, but LYING about what she said while taking her comments completely out of context. What she said was that Joe shouldn't concede until ALL THE VOTES ARE COUNTED, which could take weeks. :icon_rolleyes:

And Newsflash - I know you would rather run against Hillary again, but she ain't on the ballot. Uncle Joe is on the ballot. Try and catch up. But the author is exactly right. Hilly - Just be quiet. This is what happens every time you open your mouth!

(CNN) Hillary Clinton has a bit of advice for Joe Biden come November 3: Don't even think about conceding if the election is at all close.​
"Joe Biden should not concede under any circumstances because I think this is going to drag out, and eventually I do believe he will win if we don't give an inch and if we are as focused and relentless as the other side is," Clinton told longtime Democratic strategist Jennifer Palmieri in an excerpt of Showtime's "The Circus" released Tuesday.​
Added Clinton: "We've got to have a massive legal operation, I know the Biden campaign is working on that. We have to have poll workers, and I urge people, who are able, to be a poll worker. We have to have our own teams of people to counter the force of intimidation that the Republicans and Trump are going to put outside polling places. This is a big organizational challenge, but at least we know more about what they're going to do."​
What Clinton envisions is an election night that could well extend into an election week or even -- gulp! -- an election month, because of an expected surge in mail-in balloting due to concerns about the coronavirus. If recent elections, particularly in Clinton's adopted home state of New York, are any indication, there's a very real possibility that no winner is declared on November 3 or November 4. And that the country will be in limbo, while waiting to know who will be the next president of the United States.​

Clinton is, on the facts, exactly right in the advice she is giving to Biden. With lots and lots of mailed-in ballots needed to be counted in the days leading up to Election Day -- and on November 3 itself -- it would be political malpractice for Biden to concede to Trump (or vice versa) if the election were clearly very close.​
But you can be sure that her comments will be seized on by the Trump White House as evidence that Democrats are already working to lay the groundwork for a protracted vote count because they think that benefits them. (Clinton's emphases on how Biden will "eventually" win is the reddest of red meat for conservatives.)​
Because of all that, my educated guess is that the Biden campaign would rather not have Clinton offering their candidate advice on how to handle a close election. Even if she's right.​

They have always wanted to run against the Hill, because they need a villain or they can't win and have not got one.
 

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Did you see the soundbites on Republican lawmakers responding to questions about Dear Leader saying we should "get rid of the ballots" and that he may not participate in a peaceful transition?

Apparently now, it's all about HILLARY in a classic RW deflection and obfuscation. Not only that, but LYING about what she said while taking her comments completely out of context. What she said was that Joe shouldn't concede until ALL THE VOTES ARE COUNTED, which could take weeks. :icon_rolleyes:

And Newsflash - I know you would rather run against Hillary again, but she ain't on the ballot. Uncle Joe is on the ballot. Try and catch up. But the author is exactly right. Hilly - Just be quiet. This is what happens every time you open your mouth!

(CNN) Hillary Clinton has a bit of advice for Joe Biden come November 3: Don't even think about conceding if the election is at all close.​
"Joe Biden should not concede under any circumstances because I think this is going to drag out, and eventually I do believe he will win if we don't give an inch and if we are as focused and relentless as the other side is," Clinton told longtime Democratic strategist Jennifer Palmieri in an excerpt of Showtime's "The Circus" released Tuesday.​
Added Clinton: "We've got to have a massive legal operation, I know the Biden campaign is working on that. We have to have poll workers, and I urge people, who are able, to be a poll worker. We have to have our own teams of people to counter the force of intimidation that the Republicans and Trump are going to put outside polling places. This is a big organizational challenge, but at least we know more about what they're going to do."​
What Clinton envisions is an election night that could well extend into an election week or even -- gulp! -- an election month, because of an expected surge in mail-in balloting due to concerns about the coronavirus. If recent elections, particularly in Clinton's adopted home state of New York, are any indication, there's a very real possibility that no winner is declared on November 3 or November 4. And that the country will be in limbo, while waiting to know who will be the next president of the United States.​

Clinton is, on the facts, exactly right in the advice she is giving to Biden. With lots and lots of mailed-in ballots needed to be counted in the days leading up to Election Day -- and on November 3 itself -- it would be political malpractice for Biden to concede to Trump (or vice versa) if the election were clearly very close.​
But you can be sure that her comments will be seized on by the Trump White House as evidence that Democrats are already working to lay the groundwork for a protracted vote count because they think that benefits them. (Clinton's emphases on how Biden will "eventually" win is the reddest of red meat for conservatives.)​
Because of all that, my educated guess is that the Biden campaign would rather not have Clinton offering their candidate advice on how to handle a close election. Even if she's right.​


that bitch is SCARING ME-------there are going to be
people fighting at the polls? ----not just the regular
old ladies checking off names?
 

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Did you see the soundbites on Republican lawmakers responding to questions about Dear Leader saying we should "get rid of the ballots" and that he may not participate in a peaceful transition?

Apparently now, it's all about HILLARY in a classic RW deflection and obfuscation. Not only that, but LYING about what she said while taking her comments completely out of context. What she said was that Joe shouldn't concede until ALL THE VOTES ARE COUNTED, which could take weeks. :icon_rolleyes:

And Newsflash - I know you would rather run against Hillary again, but she ain't on the ballot. Uncle Joe is on the ballot. Try and catch up. But the author is exactly right. Hilly - Just be quiet. This is what happens every time you open your mouth!

(CNN) Hillary Clinton has a bit of advice for Joe Biden come November 3: Don't even think about conceding if the election is at all close.​
"Joe Biden should not concede under any circumstances because I think this is going to drag out, and eventually I do believe he will win if we don't give an inch and if we are as focused and relentless as the other side is," Clinton told longtime Democratic strategist Jennifer Palmieri in an excerpt of Showtime's "The Circus" released Tuesday.​
Added Clinton: "We've got to have a massive legal operation, I know the Biden campaign is working on that. We have to have poll workers, and I urge people, who are able, to be a poll worker. We have to have our own teams of people to counter the force of intimidation that the Republicans and Trump are going to put outside polling places. This is a big organizational challenge, but at least we know more about what they're going to do."​
What Clinton envisions is an election night that could well extend into an election week or even -- gulp! -- an election month, because of an expected surge in mail-in balloting due to concerns about the coronavirus. If recent elections, particularly in Clinton's adopted home state of New York, are any indication, there's a very real possibility that no winner is declared on November 3 or November 4. And that the country will be in limbo, while waiting to know who will be the next president of the United States.​

Clinton is, on the facts, exactly right in the advice she is giving to Biden. With lots and lots of mailed-in ballots needed to be counted in the days leading up to Election Day -- and on November 3 itself -- it would be political malpractice for Biden to concede to Trump (or vice versa) if the election were clearly very close.​
But you can be sure that her comments will be seized on by the Trump White House as evidence that Democrats are already working to lay the groundwork for a protracted vote count because they think that benefits them. (Clinton's emphases on how Biden will "eventually" win is the reddest of red meat for conservatives.)​
Because of all that, my educated guess is that the Biden campaign would rather not have Clinton offering their candidate advice on how to handle a close election. Even if she's right.​


that bitch is SCARING ME-------there are going to be
people fighting at the polls? ----not just the regular
old ladies checking off names?
I'll be armed that day, regardless of what the crime loving law says.
 

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Did you see the soundbites on Republican lawmakers responding to questions about Dear Leader saying we should "get rid of the ballots" and that he may not participate in a peaceful transition?

Apparently now, it's all about HILLARY in a classic RW deflection and obfuscation. Not only that, but LYING about what she said while taking her comments completely out of context. What she said was that Joe shouldn't concede until ALL THE VOTES ARE COUNTED, which could take weeks. :icon_rolleyes:

And Newsflash - I know you would rather run against Hillary again, but she ain't on the ballot. Uncle Joe is on the ballot. Try and catch up. But the author is exactly right. Hilly - Just be quiet. This is what happens every time you open your mouth!

(CNN) Hillary Clinton has a bit of advice for Joe Biden come November 3: Don't even think about conceding if the election is at all close.​
"Joe Biden should not concede under any circumstances because I think this is going to drag out, and eventually I do believe he will win if we don't give an inch and if we are as focused and relentless as the other side is," Clinton told longtime Democratic strategist Jennifer Palmieri in an excerpt of Showtime's "The Circus" released Tuesday.​
Added Clinton: "We've got to have a massive legal operation, I know the Biden campaign is working on that. We have to have poll workers, and I urge people, who are able, to be a poll worker. We have to have our own teams of people to counter the force of intimidation that the Republicans and Trump are going to put outside polling places. This is a big organizational challenge, but at least we know more about what they're going to do."​
What Clinton envisions is an election night that could well extend into an election week or even -- gulp! -- an election month, because of an expected surge in mail-in balloting due to concerns about the coronavirus. If recent elections, particularly in Clinton's adopted home state of New York, are any indication, there's a very real possibility that no winner is declared on November 3 or November 4. And that the country will be in limbo, while waiting to know who will be the next president of the United States.​

Clinton is, on the facts, exactly right in the advice she is giving to Biden. With lots and lots of mailed-in ballots needed to be counted in the days leading up to Election Day -- and on November 3 itself -- it would be political malpractice for Biden to concede to Trump (or vice versa) if the election were clearly very close.​
But you can be sure that her comments will be seized on by the Trump White House as evidence that Democrats are already working to lay the groundwork for a protracted vote count because they think that benefits them. (Clinton's emphases on how Biden will "eventually" win is the reddest of red meat for conservatives.)​
Because of all that, my educated guess is that the Biden campaign would rather not have Clinton offering their candidate advice on how to handle a close election. Even if she's right.​

They have always wanted to run against the Hill, because they need a villain or they can't win and have not got one.
More lies from pathetic left shit stains.
Then why do they keep bring up the Hill and Obama? They are not running.
 
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They have always wanted to run against the Hill, because they need a villain or they can't win and have not got one.

Yer right - Uncle Joe makes a lousy villain! :)
 

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Did you see the soundbites on Republican lawmakers responding to questions about Dear Leader saying we should "get rid of the ballots" and that he may not participate in a peaceful transition?
Trump did not say he would not step down peacefully

its biden voters who are threatening violence

Democrats pose the most danger for violence if they lose the election
 
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Did you see the soundbites on Republican lawmakers responding to questions about Dear Leader saying we should "get rid of the ballots" and that he may not participate in a peaceful transition?
Trump did not say he would not step down peacefully

its biden voters who are threatening violence

Democrats pose the most danger for violence if they lose the election

Dude, you are priceless in your regurgitation of the tRump talking points du jour. ;)
 

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The magic unicorn people, predicting how people they don't know are going to act with violence,
why? Because that keeps the hate flowing people when angry don't use their common scene.
 

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Dude, you are priceless in your regurgitation of the tRump talking points du jour.
Are you blind to the violence by leftists every night across America?
 
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Dude, you are priceless in your regurgitation of the tRump talking points du jour.
Are you blind to the violence by leftists every night across America?

You are speaking of Anarchists, White Nationalists and Boogaloo Bois.
Anarchists are apolitical and the other two are MAGA-Terrorists.
 

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Did you see the soundbites on Republican lawmakers responding to questions about Dear Leader saying we should "get rid of the ballots" and that he may not participate in a peaceful transition?

Apparently now, it's all about HILLARY in a classic RW deflection and obfuscation. Not only that, but LYING about what she said while taking her comments completely out of context. What she said was that Joe shouldn't concede until ALL THE VOTES ARE COUNTED, which could take weeks. :icon_rolleyes:

And Newsflash - I know you would rather run against Hillary again, but she ain't on the ballot. Uncle Joe is on the ballot. Try and catch up. But the author is exactly right. Hilly - Just be quiet. This is what happens every time you open your mouth!

(CNN) Hillary Clinton has a bit of advice for Joe Biden come November 3: Don't even think about conceding if the election is at all close.​
"Joe Biden should not concede under any circumstances because I think this is going to drag out, and eventually I do believe he will win if we don't give an inch and if we are as focused and relentless as the other side is," Clinton told longtime Democratic strategist Jennifer Palmieri in an excerpt of Showtime's "The Circus" released Tuesday.​
Added Clinton: "We've got to have a massive legal operation, I know the Biden campaign is working on that. We have to have poll workers, and I urge people, who are able, to be a poll worker. We have to have our own teams of people to counter the force of intimidation that the Republicans and Trump are going to put outside polling places. This is a big organizational challenge, but at least we know more about what they're going to do."​
What Clinton envisions is an election night that could well extend into an election week or even -- gulp! -- an election month, because of an expected surge in mail-in balloting due to concerns about the coronavirus. If recent elections, particularly in Clinton's adopted home state of New York, are any indication, there's a very real possibility that no winner is declared on November 3 or November 4. And that the country will be in limbo, while waiting to know who will be the next president of the United States.​

Clinton is, on the facts, exactly right in the advice she is giving to Biden. With lots and lots of mailed-in ballots needed to be counted in the days leading up to Election Day -- and on November 3 itself -- it would be political malpractice for Biden to concede to Trump (or vice versa) if the election were clearly very close.​
But you can be sure that her comments will be seized on by the Trump White House as evidence that Democrats are already working to lay the groundwork for a protracted vote count because they think that benefits them. (Clinton's emphases on how Biden will "eventually" win is the reddest of red meat for conservatives.)​
Because of all that, my educated guess is that the Biden campaign would rather not have Clinton offering their candidate advice on how to handle a close election. Even if she's right.​

First, I will say that Hillary should keep her friggin mouth shut.

Second, the Hillary deflection by Pubs just underscores their fundamental weakness. They are losing to Biden and now seek to rerun 2016. Hey Trumpers, it is not 2016 anymore. No one gives a shit about Hillary Clinton except you dinosaurs.

A word of advice, constantly playing your one hit wonder only works for so long before everyone gets bored and throws the record away.
 
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First, I will say that Hillary should keep her friggin mouth shut.

Second, the Hillary deflection by Pubs just underscores their fundamental weakness. They are losing to Biden and now seek to rerun 2016. Hey Trumpers, it is not 2016 anymore. No one gives a shit about Hillary Clinton except you dinosaurs.

A word of advice, constantly playing your one hit wonder only works for so long before everyone gets bored and throws the record away.

Yep, "LOCK HER UP!" is still a Rump Rally favorite. Of course there may be a new favorite: "GET RID OF THE BALLOTS!!"
 

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You are speaking of Anarchists, White Nationalists and Boogaloo Bois.
No

the riots are sponsored by leftists including Black Lies Matter and ANTIFA
 
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You are speaking of Anarchists, White Nationalists and Boogaloo Bois.
No

the riots are sponsored by leftists including Black Lies Matter and ANTIFA

99% of the violence can be attributed to Anarchists (apolitical - they just like fucking things up) and the worst including MURDER ... in many if not most cases can be attributed directly to Boogaloos and White Nationalists.

BLM is 99.999% peaceful and any attempts to paint the overall movement as domestic terrorism is goofy at best, ill-informed in the middle, and flat out LIES at worst.

Do you need links again after they've been presented to you about a berzillion times?
 

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in many if not most cases can be attributed directly to Boogaloos and White Nationalists.
You are dreaming

the radical left is far larger than the radical right
 

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