Donald Trump Teases ‘Bombshell’ Election Lawsuit in Michigan County He Won

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    • #422692
      RCW2020
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      Ewan Palmer 44 mins ago

      Donald Trump has touted a “bombshell” development in Michigan as he continues to falsely state he lost the election due to widespread voter fraud.

      Writing on his new blog, which the former president set up after he was banned from virtually all major social media sites, Trump claimed that the “major Michigan Election Fraud case” will show that votes were “intentionally switched” from him to Joe Biden in November.

      “The number of votes is MASSIVE and determinative. This will prove true in numerous other States. All Republicans must UNIFY and not let this happen,” Trump wrote on Monday.

      “If a thief robs a jewelry store of all of its diamonds (the 2020 Presidential Election), the diamonds must be returned. The Fake News media refuses to cover the greatest Election Fraud in the history of our Country. They have lost all credibility, but ultimately, they will have no choice!”

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    • #422699
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      It has become obvious that he has only a slight grip on reality. He might wander off in the real world and become lost.

      We are an arrogant species, believing our fantasy based "facts" are better than the other person's fake facts.
      If you are wrong, it will be because you are not cynical enough.
      The older we get, the less "Life in Prison" is a deterrent.
      Always wear a proper mask when out and about. The life you save could be both yours and mine.

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      🥱

      “As we act, let us not become the evil that we deplore.” Barbara Lee
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    • #422705
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      That’s been the theme of US elections since about 1944.

      We could have had Henry Wallace, but then we got Harry Truman.  And from there, the downward, bumpy ride continued.

      We could have had Ralph Nader, but we didn’t even get Al Gore, what we ended up with was Drydrunk Bush.

      One would think that at the bottom of the bumpy ride, there would be less boulders to bump into.  But no, the boulders get bigger and dumber.

      Corporate America consists of totalitarian entities laser-focused on short-term greed.

      • #422726
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        ..of our problems,and in no way was as bad a comparison as some of the ones who came along after him..

         

        Henry Wallace was a good Secretary of Agriculture and very good economically,but his foreign policy was just as bad one way as the hard liners in Truman’s cabinet were in the other,and he was muddle-minded and New Agey as Jerry Brown.

        • #422757
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          there likely would have been no Cold War.   Truman was a country bumpkin compared to Wallace, and while he did continue the legacy of the New Deal, he was not going to push it to where Wallace would have.

          One of the reasons Wallace got eased out by the power brokers was that he was off in the Soviet Union in 1944, building relationships with the Soviets.  Had he succeeded Roosevelt a number of more progressive outcomes would have been possible:

          • John Foster Dullwit and his Nazi recruiting agency would have been nipped in the bud.
          • America  might have copied Britain in setting up a National Health Service.
          • America would have gotten off to a better start with the People’s Republic of China, as he would not tolerate rabid anti-Communists in our government.
          • The anti-Communists here would have been seen as what they really were, Nazis of a different stripe.

          Truman was the first in a sequence of progressively worse “bi-partisanists” who would accommodate with Republicans rather than fight them.

          Corporate America consists of totalitarian entities laser-focused on short-term greed.

          • #422801
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            ..and he admitted later that starting the CIA was one.He abhorred what it became.

            However,he didn’t appoint Allen Dulles to run it.That was Ike.

            Nor was he a “bumpkin”(very snobbish term,that).He had read and understood more American history than had most politicians of the day including Wallace.

            Neither he nor Wallace were totally right about foreign policy,but let us recall that it was he who first led the call for national single payer health insurance.He couldn’t get it passed because his own party didn’t like him.

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        When you slam into a flat surface, survive, roll to get up, and plunge off the ledge you hit with lots of cliff to go.

        Those who make peaceful revolution impossible will make violent revolution inevitable.

        John F. Kennedy: 13 March 1962.

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      Nothing like cheap news

      If you cannot dazzle them with brilliance, baffle them with bullshit WC Fields

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