Morning, everyone! A lot to unpack today, so let’s get out ISO suits on and crack that airlock door!
First up – Tired of Trump’s mouth!
Biden and Trump all tied up in Texas: poll
Posted on 6/3/2020, 4:10:28 PM by knighthawk
It’s been nearly half a century since a Democratic presidential candidate carried Texas. You have to go all the way back to Jimmy Carter in 1976.
But a new poll in the Lone Star State suggests that Texans are split right now between President Trump and Democrat challenger Joe Biden, with five months to go until the November general election.
According to a Quinnipiac University survey released Wednesday, 44 percent of registered voters in Texas say they’d vote for the GOP incumbent if the election were held today, with 43 percent saying they’d support the former vice president and presumptive Democratic nominee. Seven percent say they’re unsure or don’t know, and 3 percent indicate they’d back a different candidate.
*****************Trump might as well quite(sic) now!
We don’t know anything. I’m tired of Trump’s mouth so I stopped donating to the campaign.
He needs to find a way to be “presidential” in moments like this. Otherwise he doesn’t deserve a second term.
To: knighthawkAnyone know why the Democrats poll so well in Fox sponsored polls?
State Sen. Randy Feenstra defeated incumbent Rep. Steve King in Tuesday’s Republican primary for Iowa’s 4th congressional district, according to the Cook Political Report.
Why it matters: King’s history of racist remarks has made him one of the most controversial politicians in the country and a pariah within the Republican Party.
House Republican leadership stripped the nine-term congressman of his committee assignments in 2019 after he questioned in an interview with the New York Times how the terms “white nationalist, white supremacist, Western civilization” became offensive. The big picture: The Republican establishment coalesced around Feenstra beginning in January, when the Republican Main Street Partnership PAC became the first national GOP organization to publicly endorse and financially support him.
Feenstra, who has consistently dominated King in fundraising, had sought to paint King as an ineffective ally to President Trump, rather than campaign on his history of white nationalist rhetoric. Feenstra’s victory will likely move the seat into safe Republican territory for the general election in November.
************************Another RINO bites the dust. Adios Muchachos…
To: Beave Meister
To: Beave Meister
To: Beave Meister
To: Beave Meister
Steve King of Iowa was not a RINO
He said things that sounded bad regarding white supremists(sic)
Where are the dogs?
Posted on 6/2/2020, 1:53:10 PM by A CyrenianI’m not seeing any videos or pictures of the police with their canine.Why don’t the local police departments bring in the dogs?
They used then back in the 60s and I’m pretty sure they would work today.
If a rioter attacks and kills a canine then charge them with murder.
To: A Cyrenian
I think they do not want to use dogs because of the Optics.
It would evoke images of Bull Connor and his police dogs in the sixties being used on civil rights protesters.
The LiberalsEveryone in the fucking world would have a meltdown at the sight of canines being used against rioters.
I hate to say it but I think there is a strong fear of the
leftpolice in this country, and what the leftist reaction would be to certain attempts to quell these rioters. There is a fear of what Chris Cuomo and Anderson Cooper and Don Lemon will say aboutthe Begleit Kommando will do to them.
To: A Cyrenian
Let me get this straight. The protests are about police/governmental treatment of the populace. The dogs of the ‘60s in the South are about racism and police/governmental treatment of the populace.
Maybe you can see the connection?
Generals WIN battle with Donald Trump as 82nd Airborne soldiers are REMOVED from D.C.
Generals WIN battle with Donald Trump as 82nd Airborne soldiers are REMOVED from D.C. after chairman of joint chiefs publicly slammed president telling troops to ‘uphold the Constitution’
Soldiers with the 82nd Airborne division of the Army were ordered out of Washington, D.C. and back to Fort Bragg, North Carolina on Thursday night
The about 200 active duty troops were kept on standby at bases near the nation’s capital and were never called into the city in the midst of riots
The move is a clear reversal after Donald Trump faced backlash for calling in the military to serve as backup should the National Guard need assistance
Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff Mark Milley, former Army General John Allen and former Defense Secretary James Mattis all pushed back against Trump
Milley told troops in a Thursday memo to ‘uphold the Constitution’ ‘We all committed our lives to the idea that is America’ after he defended protesters’ right to assemble,’ he added in pen at at the bottom of the letter
Mattis and retired four-star General Allen both bashedTrump in separate op-eds
They specifically called out police clearing Lafayette Park with tear gas and rubber bullets so Trump could visit a church across the street for a photo-op.
‘It may well signal the beginning of the end of the American experiment,’ Allen said of the church visit where Trump held up his bible for photos .
‘Donald Trump is the first president in my lifetime who does not try to unite the American people – does not even pretend to try,’ Mattis wrote.
*****************This is not good. Why do two former military heads have any say in this at all?
What is going on here?
To: Paladin2Mattis is a traitor. He knows exactly what he is doing. Military Complex/Deep State back Globalists, AntiFa, BLM, Marxists, Chinese Communist Party. It is obvious now.
John Kelly defends James Mattis after Trump rebuke: ‘The president did not fire him’
Fox News ^ | 6/4/2020 | Caitlin McFall
Posted on 6/4/2020, 7:26:34 PM by MAGA_patriotFormer White House Chief of Staff John Kelly said Thursday that President Trump has “clearly forgotten” the details surrounding James Mattis’ departure after the president attacked him on Twitter this week, saying it was he who had the “honor of firing” the former defense secretary.“The president did not fire him. He did not ask for his resignation,” Kelly, a former Marine General, told the Washington Post.
In a series of tweets Wednesday night, Trump berated Mattis, calling him the “world’s most overrated general” and claimed to have terminated him after the former secretary of defense criticized Trump’s leadership, saying the president has deliberately tried to divide Americans and has threatened the U.S. Constitution.**************************either Trump hired some really bad Marine Corps generals or…what?
To: MAGA_patriotKelly is a traitor like Mattis. Both part of the Military Complex determined to bring down America.