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  • Trump: "This may be the last time you'll see me for awhile"

    See timestamp 30:09

    https://www.bitchute.com/video/NBdwfNjJJbE/
    WARNING: Graphic video here.

  • #2
    Originally posted by Jefferson View Post
    Oh honestly...

    Having read some of the comments on that piece there's so much bat crazy going on...

    If only it were true, but there's at least another three months of this clown in office before sanity possibly doesn't prevail.
    Well this is fun isn't it?

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    • #3
      Originally posted by Arthur Brain View Post
      ... there's at least another three months of this [best President ever!] in office ...

      plan on fifty-three

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      • #4
        Originally posted by ok doser View Post


        plan on fifty-three
        In your wet dreams.
        Last edited by Jefferson; August 7, 2020, 02:41 AM.

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        • #5
          Originally posted by Arthur Brain View Post

          Oh honestly...

          Having read some of the comments on that piece there's so much bat crazy going on...

          If only it were true, but there's at least another three months of this clown in office before sanity possibly doesn't prevail.
          President Trump likes Whirlpool, then.
          I don't. Our Washing Machine is one of the lines that might burst in to flames, apparently.
          They are recalling many many lines amongst a few sub brands like Hot Point.

          Oh well......

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          • #6
            Originally posted by eider View Post

            President Trump likes Whirlpool, then.
            So now I know what line to avoid ...

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            • #7
              So no one is wondering what in the world, "This may be the last time you'll see me for awhile" could possibly mean?
              WARNING: Graphic video here.

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              • #8
                Originally posted by Jefferson View Post
                So no one is wondering what in the world, "This may be the last time you'll see me for awhile" could possibly mean?
                The guy refers to himself as a "very stable genius" too. What could that possibly mean given that he so obviously isn't?
                Well this is fun isn't it?

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                • #9
                  Originally posted by Jefferson View Post
                  See timestamp 30:09
                  Well it's been 2 days now. Was that the last time you saw Trump? No? So there's nothing to it then. Zero, zip, nada, nothing. This is just Trump talking out of his wacky head again, which is nothing new. He does that on the regular.

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                  • #10
                    Originally posted by User Name View Post

                    Well it's been 2 days now. Was that the last time you saw Trump? No? So there's nothing to it then. Zero, zip, nada, nothing. This is just Trump talking out of his wacky head again, which is nothing new. He does that on the regular.
                    He said, "This may be the last time you'll see me for awhile" not "This will be the last time you'll see me for awhile."

                    WARNING: Graphic video here.

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                    • #11
                      Originally posted by Jefferson View Post

                      He said, "This may be the last time you'll see me for awhile" not "This will be the last time you'll see me for awhile."
                      It was a nonsense statement either way.

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                      • #12
                        Originally posted by User Name View Post

                        It was a nonsense statement either way.
                        As well as not believable ... just another “don’t look here, look over there” throwaway...

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                        • #13
                          Originally posted by Rusha View Post

                          As well as not believable ... just another “don’t look here, look over there” throwaway...
                          I suspect that Jefferson was hoping that Trump was about to unleash "the Storm," which is the QAnon pipe dream about the mass arrests of high-ranking Democrats that is supposed to sweep the nation, perpetually any day now.
                          Last edited by User Name; August 8, 2020, 07:15 AM.

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                          • #14
                            The strange thing about Donald Trump supporters is that is irrefutably self-evident that there is obviously something profoundly wrong with them. Given that Mr. Trump self-destructs in public, his lemmings cannot even mount the arguably plausible claim that the press is misrepresenting him, and that he is, in reality, actually competent. But that "get out of jail free" card has been taken away as day after day, this orange-hued petulant adolescent self-immolates before the cameras. Those of us whose heads have not been sucked up into our rectums draw some hope from reports showing that his popularity is waning. Fair enough. But even if only 20% of Americans supported this man, think about what this means - one out of five Americans has one or more of the following characteristics:

                            - mental incapacity
                            - moral defect (e.g. racism, xenophobia, desire to "stick it to them libtards" even at the cost of national well-being)
                            - inability or unwillingness to assess new evidence (while voting for him in 2016 might not be definitive proof of having a mental or moral defect, supporting him now is).

                            Thankfully, short of him creating an effective vaccine himself, I see no way for Trump to win in November. Here is why: True, the hardcore Trump devotees will not budge even if the man deflowers a virgin on national TV. But the same intransigence is present on the other side. Even if Mr. Trump were to suddenly morph into a competent President, we who have come to revile him will think it is all an act. In short, both sides are "baked in" to their positions - almost nothing will change before November. And that means, thankfully, "one down (Trump), one to go (coronavirus)".

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                            • #15
                              Originally posted by expos4ever View Post
                              The strange thing about Donald Trump supporters is that is irrefutably self-evident that there is obviously something profoundly wrong with them.
                              The strange thing about Donald Trump supporters is that it is irrefutably self-evident that there is obviously something profoundly wrong with Donald Trump. So why do they support him? It's a suitable case for treatment.

                              During the 2016 campaign, much of the Republican establishment was diametrically opposed to Trump, but when he won the nomination, most of them chose to roll over and lick his boots--including even "lyin' Ted Cruz," whose father Trump accused of having been involved in the JFK assassination, and whose wife he implied was too unattractive to be the First Lady. The Republicans are going to hate themselves in the morning for having supported Trump when this long night is over. But they had to sell their souls to Trump for the sake of political expediency in order to share in the Trump administration's fleeting power, because they have virtually no integrity of their own.

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