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Wayward Son

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A Message from the Donald
« on: October 19, 2021, 10:36:08 AM »
Normally I don't make a big deal out of the ramblings of that idiot who was President, but his "tribute" to the late Colin Powell is simply beyond the pale.

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Wonderful to see Colin Powell, who made big mistakes on Iraq and famously, so-called weapons of mass destruction, be treated in death so beautifully by the Fake News Media. Hope that happens to me someday. He was a classic RINO, if even that, always being the first to attack other Republicans. He made plenty of mistakes, but anyway, may he rest in peace!

Would someone give that big baby the spanking he so desperately deserves?  >:(

He really knew how to put the POS in the POTUS, didn't he?  ;)

msquared

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« Reply #1 on: October 19, 2021, 11:27:57 AM »
Trump is a class act all to himself.  I guess as such a fine example of how to be a Christian, he will not mind it when people call him names when he dies. I mean if he follows the Golden Rule (which was made for Trump obviously).

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Re: A Message from the Donald
« Reply #2 on: October 23, 2021, 11:16:13 AM »
At least Trump knows he’s president.  I did just watch the CNN clip of Biden clearly demonstrating his Alzheimers with the clenching of fists (classic symptom). Or maybe he was just sh1tting his pants again. But I think we all know it was probably both.

msquared

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Re: A Message from the Donald
« Reply #3 on: October 23, 2021, 12:12:29 PM »
Another concise erudite response from Crunch.  Insightful, urbane, witty. Just what we have come to expect.  At least he did not make some sexist comment about Harris.

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Re: A Message from the Donald
« Reply #4 on: October 31, 2021, 01:56:40 PM »
Have you seen Harris lately? She is …. animated.
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People who take cocaine almost always report some jitteriness, even at low doses. These same studies also report that cocaine makes people more jittery as the dosage increases.
I mean, c’mon, nobody’s really surprised are they?

Meanwhile, the dementia addled Joe Biden put on a show for the pope this week. Reports are circulating about how Biden sh1t his pants (I told you he did this)while talking to the pope and apparently it got outside his diaper. It required quite a bit of scrambling from the staff to get him cleaned up and fresh clothes but at least he didn’t go out and once again announce his “butt’s been wiped”. Think about that, the guy with the nuclear codes is so out of it he can no longer control his bowels. That’s just great.

Those of you relying on CNN and MSNBC probably aren’t aware of just how bad Biden has deteriorated. Multiple foreign press outlets are openly ridiculing him, playing clips of his many confused and non-sensible word salad utterances. World leaders are mocking him. If you don’t believe me, then get out of your echo chamber and go read/watch some of the world press.

America’s world image now is a confused old man routinely sh1tting himself while the VP is clearly coked up as she finds out trading hummers for political gain doesn’t really fly beyond the state level.


TheDrake

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Re: A Message from the Donald
« Reply #5 on: October 31, 2021, 05:12:00 PM »
I would love to see what you call the world press. North Korea? China? The weekly world news?

I don't see anything on bbc, le monde, Berliner zeitung,

Fenring

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Re: A Message from the Donald
« Reply #6 on: October 31, 2021, 06:21:32 PM »
Kidding aside, Crunch, why don't you actually link us some credible world sources on this, as I would actually be interested for a change in seeing you present something like this in a sensible manner and supporting it. I would be interested because if what you say is true that would be truly newsworthy. So instead of hunting down whatever source you claim to have seen, let us know what it is, and you will be surprised how quickly you find some of us supporting you if what you say is legit. Expect the reverse if you're trolling us.

msquared

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Re: A Message from the Donald
« Reply #7 on: October 31, 2021, 08:05:30 PM »
He heard it from his sister's neighbor's friends uncle's boss on Youtube and Facebook. What more proof do you need?

TheDrake

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« Reply #8 on: October 31, 2021, 09:56:45 PM »
I am legitimately curious. I've found a lot of articles reporting on the existence of the hashtag and the rumors, but none quoting an actual source - not even an anonymous one. Oddly many of these appear to be based in India?

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“I know we joke often about this, but this is the actual rumor going around Rome now,” Amy Tarkanian said. Associate Editor at The Spectator, Damian Thompson, said that he heard the same from an “excellent source”.

Perhaps the Spectator is the international press we should be listening to. I've never heard of them, and they are probably getting quite a boost.

Damian writes regularly about the vatican for his publication.

His articles include:

Did a 'mafia' of liberal cardinals pressure Benedict to resign?
Is the Pope a Protestant?
How Christians can fight the menace of university "cancel culture"

I don't think I'm ready to accept that he has an "excellent source".

cherrypoptart

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Re: A Message from the Donald
« Reply #9 on: October 31, 2021, 11:59:55 PM »
The only thing we know for sure is that if it was true most of the press would gladly collude with the administration to clean it up and cover it up just like they're doing with all the other messes this guy is making.

There was this video "Biden aide cuts off Boris Johnson mid-sentence" that apparently nobody ever got a good explanation for. If you ever played Double Pinochle and were willing to step over the line with your partner to win you might notice Biden in that video giving the subtle thumb signal for "aces" first at 18 seconds after his eyebrows go up slightly in surprise at the 14 second mark. Then he gives the aces signal again more emphatically at the 28 second mark and his handlers go "code brown downtown" and clear the room.

The bigger issue though is that no one should be fecal incontinence shamed including Joe Biden. Sometimes it's the innocent who suffer most as happened to poor Champ and Major who got the blame after "a pile of feces appeared on the floor outside the Diplomatic Reception Room". Of course having said that, if he is becoming mentally impaired and isn't up to handling the job of the most powerful person in the world, that's a problem. But the mocking and shaming is uncalled for and has to stop, just like Trump shouldn't have been kink-shamed just because he might have liked golden showers which by the way Christopher Steele still believes the Russians have a video proving and are maintaining as Kompromat.

https://meaww.com/biden-bathroom-accident-happened

https://www.thecut.com/2021/03/bidens-dogs-blamed-for-poo-incident-at-white-house.html

https://www.vanityfair.com/news/2021/10/christopher-steele-donald-trump-russia-dossier-golden-shower

yossarian22c

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« Reply #10 on: November 01, 2021, 01:14:01 PM »
The only thing we know for sure is that if it was true most of the press would gladly collude with the administration to clean it up and cover it up just like they're doing with all the other messes this guy is making.
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That's a nice way to give yourself a pass on saying I'll believe anything I want evidence be damned.

TheDrake

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« Reply #11 on: November 01, 2021, 01:31:57 PM »
Yes, I remember famously when the press helped Biden cover up his mess in Afghanistan and refused to cover stories about hardships befalling people left behind or abandoned. They also haven't reported on his low approval rate and asking his advisors pointedly about it. They also never ask about his ability to get a deal done between the centrist and progressive wings of his own party.

Or wait, how did I know about those things? Oh, right, they reported on it on BBC, Washington Post, NY Times, and even CNN.

Now, I will grant that if you examine the amount of time their live feed video spends on such topics, you can make all kinds of arguments. They certainly aren't going to take their cue from Sky News, which has one particular talking head who can't get enough of talking about "poopypantsbiden". Of course all the discussion is about how many people are broadcasting the rumor, not any factual information.

Couldn't agree more with Cherry that incontinence is not a sign of mental competence, they do not correlate as far as I'm aware, outside the fact that both conditions occur more frequently with older age. Shaming people for that is indeed wrong. I'm a little embarrassed to admit that I probably would have joined in the ridicule if it had been Trump and if there were more evidence for it.


wmLambert

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Re: A Message from the Donald
« Reply #12 on: November 01, 2021, 04:01:49 PM »
"Poopypants" is deflection. Biden is seriously compromised, both mentally and by his suppressed authority. Has anyone ever heard a President proclaim who he was instructed or ordered to call on - and that he would get in trouble for not doing so?

Not to mention Hunter's business partner naming Joe as a conspirator with criminal finances.

Wayward Son

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Re: A Message from the Donald
« Reply #13 on: November 02, 2021, 02:19:47 PM »
I think Bill McDaniel put it best on Twitter:

"If you voted for a man who said windmills cause cancer, used a Sharpie to change the path of a hurricane, autographed Bibles, saluted a North Korean general, stared into the sun twice, said there were airplanes in the Revolutionary War, wanted to nuke hurricanes, and suggested that bleach could cure COVID, you opinion of Joe Biden's sanity is laughably irrelevant."

I would add using "covfefe" in a sentence, speaking like a fourth grader during his speeches ("Not good!  Not good!"), not remembering the names of European countries, and not remembering staff members and squeezes when their names come up during scandals.  ;D

If you didn't worry then, why would you ever worry now?  ;)

wmLambert

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« Reply #14 on: November 03, 2021, 05:45:06 PM »
I think Bill McDaniel put it best on Twitter:

"If you voted for a man who said windmills cause cancer, used a Sharpie to change the path of a hurricane, autographed Bibles, saluted a North Korean general, stared into the sun twice, said there were airplanes in the Revolutionary War, wanted to nuke hurricanes, and suggested that bleach could cure COVID, you opinion of Joe Biden's sanity is laughably irrelevant."

I would add using "covfefe" in a sentence, speaking like a fourth grader during his speeches ("Not good!  Not good!"), not remembering the names of European countries, and not remembering staff members and squeezes when their names come up during scandals.  ;D

If you didn't worry then, why would you ever worry now?  ;)

Because none of that was consequential nor legitimate. Compare Trump greeting babies to Biden being a downright pervert - and worse the boss of a criminal family. Stop the straw man accusations and measure his statesmanship on the international stage and at home. Compare that to Biden, in Afghanistan and the border. How can you make jokes when Biden is so compromised? Make up some excuse for inflation.

Wayward Son

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Re: A Message from the Donald
« Reply #15 on: November 04, 2021, 11:19:44 AM »
None of what you listed there, Lambert, has anything to do with whether Biden is becoming senile or not.

However, the fact that Trump was not firmly working with Reality certainly does show that Republicans really don't worry about the President's mental capacity.  Unless, of course, they believed that a dementia test that any 6-year-old could pass truly proved that Trump still has his full mental acumen, something that Trump proudly and repeatedly claimed (which itself brings into question his mental acumen).  ;D

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Re: A Message from the Donald
« Reply #16 on: November 04, 2021, 05:39:18 PM »
wanted to nuke hurricanes

Given his age, he quite possibly watched the first broadcast of Disney's program where that actually was something they "demonstrated" as a possible means of weather control. And might have picked it up from more credible sources as well. Like the head of the National Weather Service suggesting such a thing as possibly being viable back in 1961. (Although even he advised further study and consideration first)

https://www.nationalgeographic.com/science/article/hurricanes-weather-history-nuclear-weapons


Wayward Son

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« Reply #17 on: November 04, 2021, 05:55:41 PM »
Oh, I could see some ignorant person thinking that blowing up a hurricane with an A-bomb could be a good idea.  But they would have to be ignorant of the side-effects, namely fallout.  Does any sane person really want to have radioactive fallout be blown around the world after you break up a hurricane?  ::)

But, of course, no one is that ignorant in the United States anymore.  We all know now that radioactivity can seriously hurt people, even at low levels.  So I suppose that Trump simply forgot all that stuff about fallout.  Which is pretty basic stuff this day and age.

Makes you question what other basic stuff he's forgetting in his dotage.  ;)

But Republicans don't worry about that kind of stuff in their President, do they?  They only worry about it if he isn't their President.  ;D

cherrypoptart

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« Reply #18 on: November 04, 2021, 08:14:08 PM »
Maybe he's thinking about a neutron bomb. Still not a very good idea because of numerous other reasons, but at least there would   be less radiation. He should have gone greener though, like with mobile wind turbines that absorb the wind energy of the developing hurricane and convert it to useful energy, not quite Dyson Sphere level technology but too far advanced for us now. And again, probably not a very good idea for numerous other reasons many of which we have no idea about but goofing around with weather systems would be playing with fire.

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Re: A Message from the Donald
« Reply #19 on: November 08, 2021, 09:08:33 AM »
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He is supposed to be committed to reducing emissions – but when President Joe Biden produced a little natural gas of his own at the COP26 summit, it was audible enough to make the Duchess of Cornwall blush.

An informed source has told The Mail on Sunday that Camilla was taken aback to hear Biden break wind as they made polite small talk at the global climate change gathering in Glasgow last week.

‘It was long and loud and impossible to ignore,’ the source said. ‘Camilla hasn’t stopped talking about it.’

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It’s only when we’re very old or very sick that we start reverting to our infantile body habits.

That’s why it matters that, when Biden went abroad, people outside of America gossiped about three things: (1) the rumor that he pooped at the Pope’s; (2) the fact that he fell asleep during the climate conference; and (3) the fact that he farted long and loud in the presence of the Duchess of Cornwall. Combine that with the nonsense that so often emerges whenever Biden opens his mouth, the weird whispers into the microphone, and his flashes of fury at reporters (including friendlies), and the message that the Europeans are getting is clear: The person sitting at the top of the American government is a man in his dotage who is reverting to infantile physical habits.

It’s sad to see a confused old man used in this manner. He’s traveling abroad and representing America and regularly, and literally, sh1tting his pants in front of people. Just unbelievable that we’re at this point.

Joe Biden is a global joke. World leaders are embarrassed for him and laughing at his expense.


msquared

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Re: A Message from the Donald
« Reply #20 on: November 08, 2021, 10:23:08 AM »
So who are you quoting? 

Wayward Son

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« Reply #21 on: November 08, 2021, 11:53:58 AM »
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Joe Biden is a global joke. World leaders are embarrassed for him and laughing at his expense.

I wouldn't worry about it, Crunch.  They were laughing so hard when Trump was in office, they haven't even caught their breath yet.  ;D

I mean, when did they ever laugh at Biden during one of his speeches?  ;)

TheDrake

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« Reply #22 on: November 08, 2021, 12:29:40 PM »
Resorting to tabloids as news sources is unsurprising coming from you, crunch.

Msquared, as the quote says, this is the mail, as in the UK daily mail, with prestige and standards equivalent to the national enquirer.

LetterRip

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« Reply #23 on: November 08, 2021, 12:37:43 PM »
He is quoting Glen Owen of the DailyMail/MailOnline,

https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-10172959/Camilla-stopped-talking-hearing-President-break-wind-chat-Cop26-summit.html

It has been banned from Wikipedia as a source due to its reputation of 'poor fact checking, sensationalism and flat-out fabrication'.

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Wikipedia editors have voted to ban the Daily Mail as a source for the website in all but exceptional circumstances after deeming the news group “generally unreliable”.

The move is highly unusual for the online encyclopaedia, which rarely puts in place a blanket ban on publications and which still allows links to sources such as Kremlin backed news organisation Russia Today, and Fox News, both of which have raised concern among editors.

The editors described the arguments for a ban as “centred on the Daily Mail’s reputation for poor fact checking, sensationalism and flat-out fabrication”.

https://www.theguardian.com/technology/2017/feb/08/wikipedia-bans-daily-mail-as-unreliable-source-for-website

 

msquared

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« Reply #24 on: November 08, 2021, 12:45:42 PM »
I wonder why Crunch did not include the links for that? I mean he couldn't have an ulterior motive, could he?

cherrypoptart

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« Reply #25 on: November 08, 2021, 02:11:00 PM »
The White House doesn't deny it though. And we know what that means.

https://www.unilad.co.uk/news/the-white-house-has-refused-to-comment-on-whether-joe-biden-broke-wind-in-front-of-camilla/

"The White House has refused to confirm or deny that US President Joe Biden ‘broke wind’ in front of the Duchess of Cornwall."

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And what does "we know what that means" mean? It doesn't mean anything.

Nevertheless, Biden is still a bad joke. A funny one, but tasteless.

Whether it's true or not, after all the lies told about Trump it's certainly karma.


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Re: A Message from the Donald
« Reply #26 on: November 08, 2021, 05:47:39 PM »
Oh, I could see some ignorant person thinking that blowing up a hurricane with an A-bomb could be a good idea.  But they would have to be ignorant of the side-effects, namely fallout.  Does any sane person really want to have radioactive fallout be blown around the world after you break up a hurricane?  ::)

You only get fallout if the nuclear blast hits a reasonably solid surface. So long as it is an air burst, the fallout should be minimal. One of the things that often gets overlooked when people prognosticate on "nuclear winters" is most blasts would be airbursts. So the problems would come from the uncontrolled fires and what they put up in the air, not so much the radiation... At least with the American bombs. Russian and Chinese deliberately "dirty bombs" might be another matter.

wmLambert

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« Reply #27 on: November 08, 2021, 06:19:14 PM »
The Biden White House should be banned from wikipedia for outright lies and delivering disinformation. Take one issue: Hunter Biden's laptop and follow the statements proven to be lies from Biden's people. Even during the Presidential debates, we now know the FBI was investigating it all. We also know everything about Russian collusion was a flat-out lie generated by Hillary and her indicted co-conspirators. Nothing from Biden can be trusted. He has been outed by those who witnessed his involvement with bribes from China and elsewhere, yet the complicit media has not returned their Pulitzers based on proven lies.