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Donald Trump
Started by Arkadiusz Klimek




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08-03-2020, 05:14 PM -
(08-03-2020, 09:27 AM)Arkadiusz Klimek Wrote: Still around 100 million who don't vote though. If the black vote can be mobilised Trump is finito.

That’s not how the electoral college works.

It will be decided in Florida again and there will be shenanigans galore.’

Biden should still shade it but it’s always in the balance
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08-03-2020, 09:36 PM -
It's a matter of when Texas flips blue, not if.

In 2018 the Senate race was decided by a little over 200,000 votes (less than 2%). It's a state that's getting younger and browner, two groups with next to no Republican support. Very good chance it goes to Biden in 2020.

Aside from that, Florida, Pennsylvania, Michigan, and Wisconsin are the main swing states. I think quite a few others are competitive, even places like North Carolina and Georgia could be up for grabs. Depends how much fuckery there is over postal votes and polling places being open.

My vote will be determined by my location in November. If I'm in a solid blue state, I'll vote Green. Red/Swing state and I'll very reluctantly back Biden. I've seen some (deluded) commentary saying Biden could be the next FDR, but I'll be pretty happy if he's the next William Henry Harrison.
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08-03-2020, 09:38 PM -
(08-03-2020, 09:36 PM)Snake Plissken Wrote: I've seen some (deluded) commentary saying Biden could be the next FDR

Maybe in the sense that he'll probably die while he's President Warnock
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08-04-2020, 08:36 AM -


The state of the charts he’s been given because he clearly can’t be trusted to deal with anything that isn’t big and brightly coloured  Monty Chuckle
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08-04-2020, 12:23 PM -
<speechless>

All I can say is, Welcome to the White House Mr Biden.
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08-04-2020, 09:16 PM -


I'm watching the full thing. It's honestly incredible, like some sort of spoof.
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08-04-2020, 09:58 PM -
Most of that interview genuinely feels like watching  a Christopher Guest mocumentary. Warnock

I've been following Tom Joseph on Twitter.  He's been calling it on Trump's dementia since 2017. He reckons he's completely cabbaged now.


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08-04-2020, 10:04 PM -
And yet he nailed sequoia
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08-05-2020, 05:10 AM -


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Yesterday, 07:46 PM -
The Lincoln Project Monty LewLew

Some of the worst people on the face of the earth are behind it. Bunch of neo-cons trying to shift the Democrats even further right but people are lapping this shit up now because they're going after Trump.
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Yesterday, 10:23 PM -


At what point do social services step in and gently usher him into residential care?

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Yesterday, 10:28 PM -
As an atheist this doesnt concern me, but energy kinda underpins existance so Biden's anti-energy stance is worrying
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Yesterday, 10:28 PM -
How good would it be if the real Biden was anything like the Biden in Trump's head Sob Full Communism and hurting God Pinilla
(08-21-2017, 01:25 PM)i8hibsh Wrote: I AM A LONER BY CHOICE
I AM SINGLE BY CHOICE
I HAVE NO KIDS BY CHOICE

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Yesterday, 10:31 PM -
You can just tell Trump isn't religious in the slightest as well Warnock
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Yesterday, 10:35 PM -
(Yesterday, 10:31 PM)Arkadiusz Klimek Wrote: You can just tell Trump isn't religious in the slightest as well Warnock

You would be correct in that assumption. Titter




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