Lets talk Biden's first 100 Days

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we’ve had near zero% interest rates for over a decade and our gdp growth has been completely underwhelming vs past cycles of higher rates
Obum average better GDP growth as Trump and both had to deal with a shit storm they didn't create.
 

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Give me the scoop on his plans for that, his actual public plans. I really tuned out politics as a whole since the election nights ended so I don't know if there's anything new or not.

He's not taking your guns.
 

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Give me the scoop on his plans for that, his actual public plans. I really tuned out politics as a whole since the election nights ended so I don't know if there's anything new or not.
Looks like he wants universal background checks, restrictions on AR type weapons, more $$ to enforce existing gun laws and finally he wanted to fund research into "smart guns" which I believe is a gun designed to only be able to be used by it's owner:

 

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Can we stop using charts from World War 2. They are different democrats and republicans then. Kennedy had one of the bests growths according to your charts. He also cut tax’s. None of parties to me have much in common with the parties back then. They have either went way left or way right nothing in the middle.
 

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Looks like he wants universal background checks, restrictions on AR type weapons, more $$ to enforce existing gun laws and finally he wanted to fund research into "smart guns" which I believe is a gun designed to only be able to be used by it's owner:

I mean on paper that "smart gun" deal sounds pretty sick.....
 

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Economy: Reverse Trump's corporate tax cut


Biden has pledged that on his first day as president he will raise corporate income taxes to 28% — compared with the current 21% rate set by the GOP-led tax cuts of 2017. Also, this promise falls under Biden's larger proposed tax plan, which stresses that Americans making less than $400,000 would not pay more in taxes.


Environment: Make the U.S. an international leader on climate change


In one of his longest-standing campaign promises, Biden heads into office planning to reenter the U.S. immediately into the landmark Paris climate accord of 2015. Trump's move to pull the U.S. out of the agreement became official this month after a mandatory one-year waiting period that started when the president formally notified the United Nations.


Racial equity: Extend the Voting Rights Act


Biden has pushed for the passage of laws to strengthen the Voting Rights Act. Legislation to do so passed the U.S. House last year but not the Senate. Biden advocated for extending the original 1965 legislation following the death of civil rights icon Rep. John Lewis of Georgia.


Immigration: Comprehensive immigration changes


Biden has said that on his first day as president he will produce comprehensive immigration legislation that creates a pathway to citizenship for 11 million migrants living in the U.S. illegally. It would also provide a pathway to citizenship for people commonly known as DREAMers, who are part of the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program.


Biden has additionally pledged to make the DACA program permanent on his first day in office, a move that comes after years of Trump administration attempts to rescind the program.


Immigration: Stop family separation at the U.S.-Mexico border


The president-elect has vowed to stop the practice of separating immigrant families trying to enter the U.S. from Mexico. On Day 1 as president, Biden has said he plans to pass an executive order establishing a task force focused on reuniting children and parents separated at the border.



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Immigration: End Trump's executive order banning travelers from some Muslim-majority countries


Biden says he will "immediately rescind" current restrictions that bar people in some Muslim-majority countries from traveling or immigrating to the United States. He supports legislation that would outlaw such restrictions and has vowed to sign off on it as president.

What Biden says he'll do during his first 100 days

Immigration: Reverse a slew of Trump policies, including the construction of a U.S.-Mexican border wall


Within the first 100 days of his administration, Biden says he wants to reform the U.S. asylum system and the treatment of people at the border with Mexico, specifically calling for a stop to the Trump administration's Migrant Protection Protocols as well as to the policy of "metering" asylum cases.


The president-elect also pledges to take away funding toward continued construction of a wall along the southern U.S. border. But Biden says he wouldn't take down parts of the wall that have already been built.



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The president-elect's immigration plan also would increase government supervision over U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement as well as Customs and Border Protection, calling for the need to hold personnel "accountable for inhumane treatment." This comes as a whistleblower complaint was filed in September concerning medical conditions at a Georgia immigrant detention center.


Criminal justice: Increase police reform


In response to the national outcry that erupted over police killings of George Floyd and other Black Americans, Biden said he will institute a national police oversight commission within his first 100 days of taking office. It's part of a larger plan to help overhaul policing, including investing $300 million into community policing measures across the U.S. and tasking the Justice Department with investigating possible issues of police and prosecutorial misconduct.


Criminal justice: Enact comprehensive criminal justice reform


As the first step in a set of goals addressing prison reform and crime prevention, Biden says he will quickly push Congress to pass the SAFE Justice Act, proposed by Rep. Bobby Scott, D-Va. The legislation would include taking steps to reduce the use of mandatory minimum sentencing for nonviolent offenses and institute policies geared at lowering recidivism.


Foreign policy: Repair alliances and plan a global Summit for Democracy


Biden has said he intends to "pick up the pieces of Donald Trump's broken foreign policy," vowing to reach out to U.S. allies soon after taking office. Within his first year, Biden wants to plan an international summit where democratic leaders will discuss ways to push back against corruption and authoritarian practices as well as expand human rights.



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Biden also wants to organize a "climate world summit" to assist nations with high carbon emissions to take climate action. Questions remain about how either summit would be doable during a global pandemic.

Other potential early policy steps

It's not clear when we might start seeing some of Biden's big plans for the economy, environment, education system and health care take form — especially as the president-elect may enter the White House with a divided Congress. That said, these plans were substantial parts of his campaign, and his administration is likely to begin addressing them.


Economy: Make major investments in the U.S. economy to boost domestic growth


Biden hopes to create 5 million jobs through a series of large investments geared at benefiting different business areas. His proposed "Made in America" plan would pour $400 billion into procurement measures to boost domestic manufacturing as well as an additional $300 billion into research and development.


Environment: Start on a $2 trillion climate plan


The president-elect also heads into office with an extensive set of environmental goals proposed through his clean energy plan, which includes getting the country to net-zero carbon emissions by 2050.


The proposal calls for a $2 trillion investment, throughout his term, to boost reliance on clean energy and climate sustainable practices. Biden also says that 40% of the funding will be used to support communities disproportionately affected by climate change, as laid out in his environmental justice plan.


Health care: Build on the Affordable Care Act if it isn't too late


A large part of Biden's health care proposal offers a new public option plan that builds on the existing Affordable Care Act, also known as Obamacare. But the ACA's fate remains in question during the rest of Trump's term and into next year.


On Nov. 10, the Supreme Court is set to hear arguments against the ACA from the Trump administration and multiple states. If the justices side with Trump next year when they make their decision, Biden's plans for health care could completely change.


Education: Make first moves in a large education agenda


Biden has laid out extensive plans for changes to higher education as well as pre-K through high school, but he has not expressed many clear deadlines during his first year.


Notably, the president-elect has expressed support for the College for All Act, proposed in 2017 by Sen. Bernie Sanders of Vermont and Rep. Pramila Jayapal, D-Wash., which would eliminate tuition at public colleges and universities for families making up to $125,000. Biden also is advocating for private historically Black colleges and universities and minority-serving institutions to be tuition-free.


The following is a comparison of Biden's and Trump's policies.
Sleepy Joe doesn’t know which town he’s in half the time. You want to tell us sleepy Joe thought all that up.
 
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Sleepy Joe doesn’t know which town he’s in half the time. You want to tell us sleepy Joe thought all that up.
Scary thing is that even though sleepy Joe slept his way through the election on his basement couch, he still beat your orange buffoon by 8 million votes. RollingLaugh

FYI 8 million people make up the entire populations of Wyoming, Vermont, the District of Columbia, Delaware, BOTH the Dakotas, Alaska, Rhode Island and Maine combined.

Man that is embarrassing.
 

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Scary thing is that even though sleepy Joe slept his way through the election on his basement couch, he still beat your orange buffoon by 8 million votes. RollingLaugh

FYI 8 million people make up the entire populations of Wyoming, Vermont, the District of Columbia, Delaware, BOTH the Dakotas, Alaska, Rhode Island and Maine combined.

Man that is embarrassing.
How many rigged computers would you say that is? lol I'm joking, no one kill me on here I had to do it! lol I'm bowing out now
 

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Economy: Reverse Trump's corporate tax cut


Biden has pledged that on his first day as president he will raise corporate income taxes to 28% — compared with the current 21% rate set by the GOP-led tax cuts of 2017. Also, this promise falls under Biden's larger proposed tax plan, which stresses that Americans making less than $400,000 would not pay more in taxes.


Environment: Make the U.S. an international leader on climate change


In one of his longest-standing campaign promises, Biden heads into office planning to reenter the U.S. immediately into the landmark Paris climate accord of 2015. Trump's move to pull the U.S. out of the agreement became official this month after a mandatory one-year waiting period that started when the president formally notified the United Nations.


Racial equity: Extend the Voting Rights Act


Biden has pushed for the passage of laws to strengthen the Voting Rights Act. Legislation to do so passed the U.S. House last year but not the Senate. Biden advocated for extending the original 1965 legislation following the death of civil rights icon Rep. John Lewis of Georgia.


Immigration: Comprehensive immigration changes


Biden has said that on his first day as president he will produce comprehensive immigration legislation that creates a pathway to citizenship for 11 million migrants living in the U.S. illegally. It would also provide a pathway to citizenship for people commonly known as DREAMers, who are part of the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program.


Biden has additionally pledged to make the DACA program permanent on his first day in office, a move that comes after years of Trump administration attempts to rescind the program.


Immigration: Stop family separation at the U.S.-Mexico border


The president-elect has vowed to stop the practice of separating immigrant families trying to enter the U.S. from Mexico. On Day 1 as president, Biden has said he plans to pass an executive order establishing a task force focused on reuniting children and parents separated at the border.



2020 Election: Secure Your Vote
Trump Launches Broad Legal Gambit Paired With Moves To Raise Public Doubts On Results


Immigration: End Trump's executive order banning travelers from some Muslim-majority countries


Biden says he will "immediately rescind" current restrictions that bar people in some Muslim-majority countries from traveling or immigrating to the United States. He supports legislation that would outlaw such restrictions and has vowed to sign off on it as president.

What Biden says he'll do during his first 100 days

Immigration: Reverse a slew of Trump policies, including the construction of a U.S.-Mexican border wall


Within the first 100 days of his administration, Biden says he wants to reform the U.S. asylum system and the treatment of people at the border with Mexico, specifically calling for a stop to the Trump administration's Migrant Protection Protocols as well as to the policy of "metering" asylum cases.


The president-elect also pledges to take away funding toward continued construction of a wall along the southern U.S. border. But Biden says he wouldn't take down parts of the wall that have already been built.



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The president-elect's immigration plan also would increase government supervision over U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement as well as Customs and Border Protection, calling for the need to hold personnel "accountable for inhumane treatment." This comes as a whistleblower complaint was filed in September concerning medical conditions at a Georgia immigrant detention center.


Criminal justice: Increase police reform


In response to the national outcry that erupted over police killings of George Floyd and other Black Americans, Biden said he will institute a national police oversight commission within his first 100 days of taking office. It's part of a larger plan to help overhaul policing, including investing $300 million into community policing measures across the U.S. and tasking the Justice Department with investigating possible issues of police and prosecutorial misconduct.


Criminal justice: Enact comprehensive criminal justice reform


As the first step in a set of goals addressing prison reform and crime prevention, Biden says he will quickly push Congress to pass the SAFE Justice Act, proposed by Rep. Bobby Scott, D-Va. The legislation would include taking steps to reduce the use of mandatory minimum sentencing for nonviolent offenses and institute policies geared at lowering recidivism.


Foreign policy: Repair alliances and plan a global Summit for Democracy


Biden has said he intends to "pick up the pieces of Donald Trump's broken foreign policy," vowing to reach out to U.S. allies soon after taking office. Within his first year, Biden wants to plan an international summit where democratic leaders will discuss ways to push back against corruption and authoritarian practices as well as expand human rights.



Elections
Why Joe Biden Saw Mixed Success With Latinos


Biden also wants to organize a "climate world summit" to assist nations with high carbon emissions to take climate action. Questions remain about how either summit would be doable during a global pandemic.

Other potential early policy steps

It's not clear when we might start seeing some of Biden's big plans for the economy, environment, education system and health care take form — especially as the president-elect may enter the White House with a divided Congress. That said, these plans were substantial parts of his campaign, and his administration is likely to begin addressing them.


Economy: Make major investments in the U.S. economy to boost domestic growth


Biden hopes to create 5 million jobs through a series of large investments geared at benefiting different business areas. His proposed "Made in America" plan would pour $400 billion into procurement measures to boost domestic manufacturing as well as an additional $300 billion into research and development.


Environment: Start on a $2 trillion climate plan


The president-elect also heads into office with an extensive set of environmental goals proposed through his clean energy plan, which includes getting the country to net-zero carbon emissions by 2050.


The proposal calls for a $2 trillion investment, throughout his term, to boost reliance on clean energy and climate sustainable practices. Biden also says that 40% of the funding will be used to support communities disproportionately affected by climate change, as laid out in his environmental justice plan.


Health care: Build on the Affordable Care Act if it isn't too late


A large part of Biden's health care proposal offers a new public option plan that builds on the existing Affordable Care Act, also known as Obamacare. But the ACA's fate remains in question during the rest of Trump's term and into next year.


On Nov. 10, the Supreme Court is set to hear arguments against the ACA from the Trump administration and multiple states. If the justices side with Trump next year when they make their decision, Biden's plans for health care could completely change.


Education: Make first moves in a large education agenda


Biden has laid out extensive plans for changes to higher education as well as pre-K through high school, but he has not expressed many clear deadlines during his first year.


Notably, the president-elect has expressed support for the College for All Act, proposed in 2017 by Sen. Bernie Sanders of Vermont and Rep. Pramila Jayapal, D-Wash., which would eliminate tuition at public colleges and universities for families making up to $125,000. Biden also is advocating for private historically Black colleges and universities and minority-serving institutions to be tuition-free.


The following is a comparison of Biden's and Trump's policies.

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Isn't that where they keep the Cadaver at night?
You jest, but I'd be completely fine with President Biden's cabinet taking over. That's what I was hoping President Trump would do, I hoped that he would just go golfing every day and let his cabinet govern. Little did I know he was capable of doing both shittily.
 

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Scary thing is that even though sleepy Joe slept his way through the election on his basement couch, he still beat your orange buffoon by 8 million votes. RollingLaugh

FYI 8 million people make up the entire populations of Wyoming, Vermont, the District of Columbia, Delaware, BOTH the Dakotas, Alaska, Rhode Island and Maine combined.

Man that is embarrassing.
the fact you think he won , considering he had the lowest county wins and yet the highest votes ever, tells me much
 
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Economy: Reverse Trump's corporate tax cut


Biden has pledged that on his first day as president he will raise corporate income taxes to 28% — compared with the current 21% rate set by the GOP-led tax cuts of 2017. Also, this promise falls under Biden's larger proposed tax plan, which stresses that Americans making less than $400,000 would not pay more in taxes.


Environment: Make the U.S. an international leader on climate change


In one of his longest-standing campaign promises, Biden heads into office planning to reenter the U.S. immediately into the landmark Paris climate accord of 2015. Trump's move to pull the U.S. out of the agreement became official this month after a mandatory one-year waiting period that started when the president formally notified the United Nations.


Racial equity: Extend the Voting Rights Act


Biden has pushed for the passage of laws to strengthen the Voting Rights Act. Legislation to do so passed the U.S. House last year but not the Senate. Biden advocated for extending the original 1965 legislation following the death of civil rights icon Rep. John Lewis of Georgia.


Immigration: Comprehensive immigration changes


Biden has said that on his first day as president he will produce comprehensive immigration legislation that creates a pathway to citizenship for 11 million migrants living in the U.S. illegally. It would also provide a pathway to citizenship for people commonly known as DREAMers, who are part of the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program.


Biden has additionally pledged to make the DACA program permanent on his first day in office, a move that comes after years of Trump administration attempts to rescind the program.


Immigration: Stop family separation at the U.S.-Mexico border


The president-elect has vowed to stop the practice of separating immigrant families trying to enter the U.S. from Mexico. On Day 1 as president, Biden has said he plans to pass an executive order establishing a task force focused on reuniting children and parents separated at the border.



2020 Election: Secure Your Vote
Trump Launches Broad Legal Gambit Paired With Moves To Raise Public Doubts On Results


Immigration: End Trump's executive order banning travelers from some Muslim-majority countries


Biden says he will "immediately rescind" current restrictions that bar people in some Muslim-majority countries from traveling or immigrating to the United States. He supports legislation that would outlaw such restrictions and has vowed to sign off on it as president.

What Biden says he'll do during his first 100 days

Immigration: Reverse a slew of Trump policies, including the construction of a U.S.-Mexican border wall


Within the first 100 days of his administration, Biden says he wants to reform the U.S. asylum system and the treatment of people at the border with Mexico, specifically calling for a stop to the Trump administration's Migrant Protection Protocols as well as to the policy of "metering" asylum cases.


The president-elect also pledges to take away funding toward continued construction of a wall along the southern U.S. border. But Biden says he wouldn't take down parts of the wall that have already been built.



Elections
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The president-elect's immigration plan also would increase government supervision over U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement as well as Customs and Border Protection, calling for the need to hold personnel "accountable for inhumane treatment." This comes as a whistleblower complaint was filed in September concerning medical conditions at a Georgia immigrant detention center.


Criminal justice: Increase police reform


In response to the national outcry that erupted over police killings of George Floyd and other Black Americans, Biden said he will institute a national police oversight commission within his first 100 days of taking office. It's part of a larger plan to help overhaul policing, including investing $300 million into community policing measures across the U.S. and tasking the Justice Department with investigating possible issues of police and prosecutorial misconduct.


Criminal justice: Enact comprehensive criminal justice reform


As the first step in a set of goals addressing prison reform and crime prevention, Biden says he will quickly push Congress to pass the SAFE Justice Act, proposed by Rep. Bobby Scott, D-Va. The legislation would include taking steps to reduce the use of mandatory minimum sentencing for nonviolent offenses and institute policies geared at lowering recidivism.


Foreign policy: Repair alliances and plan a global Summit for Democracy


Biden has said he intends to "pick up the pieces of Donald Trump's broken foreign policy," vowing to reach out to U.S. allies soon after taking office. Within his first year, Biden wants to plan an international summit where democratic leaders will discuss ways to push back against corruption and authoritarian practices as well as expand human rights.



Elections
Why Joe Biden Saw Mixed Success With Latinos


Biden also wants to organize a "climate world summit" to assist nations with high carbon emissions to take climate action. Questions remain about how either summit would be doable during a global pandemic.

Other potential early policy steps

It's not clear when we might start seeing some of Biden's big plans for the economy, environment, education system and health care take form — especially as the president-elect may enter the White House with a divided Congress. That said, these plans were substantial parts of his campaign, and his administration is likely to begin addressing them.


Economy: Make major investments in the U.S. economy to boost domestic growth


Biden hopes to create 5 million jobs through a series of large investments geared at benefiting different business areas. His proposed "Made in America" plan would pour $400 billion into procurement measures to boost domestic manufacturing as well as an additional $300 billion into research and development.


Environment: Start on a $2 trillion climate plan


The president-elect also heads into office with an extensive set of environmental goals proposed through his clean energy plan, which includes getting the country to net-zero carbon emissions by 2050.


The proposal calls for a $2 trillion investment, throughout his term, to boost reliance on clean energy and climate sustainable practices. Biden also says that 40% of the funding will be used to support communities disproportionately affected by climate change, as laid out in his environmental justice plan.


Health care: Build on the Affordable Care Act if it isn't too late


A large part of Biden's health care proposal offers a new public option plan that builds on the existing Affordable Care Act, also known as Obamacare. But the ACA's fate remains in question during the rest of Trump's term and into next year.


On Nov. 10, the Supreme Court is set to hear arguments against the ACA from the Trump administration and multiple states. If the justices side with Trump next year when they make their decision, Biden's plans for health care could completely change.


Education: Make first moves in a large education agenda


Biden has laid out extensive plans for changes to higher education as well as pre-K through high school, but he has not expressed many clear deadlines during his first year.


Notably, the president-elect has expressed support for the College for All Act, proposed in 2017 by Sen. Bernie Sanders of Vermont and Rep. Pramila Jayapal, D-Wash., which would eliminate tuition at public colleges and universities for families making up to $125,000. Biden also is advocating for private historically Black colleges and universities and minority-serving institutions to be tuition-free.


The following is a comparison of Biden's and Trump's policies.
Worst 100 days since the last 100 days of Obama.
 

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Says the guy who always just takes shit off of any liberal infomercial, or liberal 'news' source and calls it proof. RollingLaugh
Wrong.... I pull facts from everywhere and anywhere. And the proof is in all of my posts.

There you go again with lies and half truths. Very Trumpy of you.
 

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Wrong.... I pull facts from everywhere and anywhere. And the proof is in all of my posts.

There you go again with lies and half truths. Very Trumpy of you.
but you thought Trump was a Russian spy
 

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but you thought Trump was a Russian spy
No... He's too stupid to be a russian spy... More like a puppet or 2 bit stooge. I honestly don't think he meant to be treasonous with regards to Russia and the Ukraine. He's just too ignorant to know any better.
 

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No... He's too stupid to be a russian spy... More like a puppet or 2 bit stooge. I honestly don't think he meant to be treasonous with regards to Russia and the Ukraine. He's just too ignorant to know any better.
so that's the line now? Hmmmmmmmm
 

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so that's the line now? Hmmmmmmmm
For me yes... his ignorance doesn't change the fact that his actions were wrong and impeachable. And if it had been Biden, or Obama, or Bush or Abe Lincoln I would still feel the same. When you ask foreign government to dig up dirt on your political opponents you have crossed the line. And one of those was in public.
 

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Wrong.... I pull facts from everywhere and anywhere. And the proof is in all of my posts.

There you go again with lies and half truths. Very Trumpy of you.
Your truths are very Pelosi like.

Is Nancy secretly your Mom?

That would make a hell of a lot of sense, knowing your posting history.
 

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For me yes... his ignorance doesn't change the fact that his actions were wrong and impeachable. And if it had been Biden, or Obama, or Bush or Abe Lincoln I would still feel the same. When you ask foreign government to dig up dirt on your political opponents you have crossed the line. And one of those was in public.
what about Obama spying on Trump?
different.........right?


What about Biden extorting Ukraine? That's ok, right?
I don't even know why I respond you are clearly jaded.

let's be real, you think there was an insurrection........ yet burning down cities is ok as long as it'd done by dems

You are the real enemy of the United States

The biggest sting operation was completed in the last 4yrs...... enjoy the show
 

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You jest, but I'd be completely fine with President Biden's cabinet taking over. That's what I was hoping President Trump would do, I hoped that he would just go golfing every day and let his cabinet govern. Little did I know he was capable of doing both shittily.
You think Joe is making decisions? That dude needs his steal cut for him.and is happy when they bring him his ice cream. Guy should be in a retirement home not the oval office.
 

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what about Obama spying on Trump? Proof?
different.........right?


What about Biden extorting Ukraine? That's ok, right? Proof?
I don't even know why I respond you are clearly jaded. Nope

let's be real, you think there was an insurrection..Yep........ yet burning down cities is ok as long as it'd done by dems NOPE

You are the real enemy of the United States... You're Stupid

The biggest sting operation was completed in the last 4yrs...... enjoy the show....LOL WTF are you talking about?
 

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Your truths are very Pelosi like.

Is Nancy secretly your Mom?

That would make a hell of a lot of sense, knowing your posting history.
Post my posting history that proves your point. Unlike you and other TRumpers I use facts from anywhere and everywhere. That is a fact. Just because I don't use Britbart, ONN, Newsmax and other far right crazy loon sites... you think Im far Left?

You'd be shocked and how far right leaning I can be on some subject matter.

Bottom line.... You don't like me because Im calling Trump out on a daily basis and it ruffles the feathers of his disciples.
 

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You think Joe is making decisions? That dude needs his steal cut for him.and is happy when they bring him his ice cream. Guy should be in a retirement home not the oval office.
I'm just glad that he can drink water with one hand and doesn't tweet all day, lol. It's a pretty low bar.
 
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typical liberal, pass over damning evidence while claiming Trump is the bad guy in looking into the corruption the Dems did......
they already convicted a FBI lawyer for lying on a FISA , who then got the FISA to spy on Carter Paige and Trump
Read the actual texts of FBI. Read the court cases. Listen to Comey bragging about sending spies into Trumps campaign