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EmpireLoyalist • 1 year ago

"ABC’s George Stephanopoulos Fails to Ask Joe Biden About Hunter Biden Emails"
Why do the Republicans go on moaning about media bias?? Are they pathologically naive??
The media are an ideological movement - who run the Democrat party as their political wing. They don't hide it. They are totally open about it. [Since 2016, they don't even bother with "polite formalities".]
The Republicans need to adjust themselves to reality.
The struggle is not Republicans v Democrats. It is normal-decent-humans versus marxist-psychopath-elites (whose highest level of authority is the leadership of the giant media conglomerates - a few dozen people).
These people are severely acutely sick in their minds. (See recent Matt Walsh post about marxism as psychological disorder.)
Let's stop deluding ourselves. They want to run this planet like a cattle ranch, where the livestock are humans.
Once we accept that reality, we can fight them far more effectively.

Schopenhauer • 1 year ago

How cute that you consider yourself normal.

EmpireLoyalist • 1 year ago

I am being generous and using a very broad definition of normal:
"Any person who is NOT a totalitarian death-junkie deviant who thinks that he is above God and natural law, and that he is entitled to transform and control the human race to serve his needs and desires."

Schopenhauer • 1 year ago

Looking forward to your sober and reasoned analysis the day after Trump is crushed in the election— before your head explodes.

EmpireLoyalist • 1 year ago

Trump seems headed toward a comfortable win. Polls look the same as 2016 - except this time his supporters are much more energised - and the Never-Trump element have been reduced down to almost nothing within the Republican establishment (just a few dead-end neo-con crytpo-marxists like Kristol). People forget that there were major figures on the Right (like Beck) who were against Trump. Now they are passionate supporters.
Regardless of the outcome, in the long term, the only future is peaceful partition.
A contentious disputed Biden victory might even accelerate that.
Whoever wins, many champions of Western Civilisation will be hoping for a USSR 1991 scenario. Get rid of California and the Boston-DC seaboard and you remove the greatest current threat to mankind and civilisation. We can't permit those sick puppies to remain in control of the USA - the biggest world power.

massappeal • 1 year ago

Thanks for your comment. Just curious: where, for a "peaceful partition", would you draw the border lines?

Schopenhauer • 1 year ago

Lol, make a ridiculous prediction (Trump is getting a “comfortable” win) then walk it back totally with “regardless of the outcome.”

Biden is crushing Trump in less than three weeks. But feel free to partition yourself to your heart’s content.

OfficerSudsy28 • 1 year ago

Hey Schopenhauer, man are you deluded. By 11PM 2 weeks from tonight, Trump will be declared the winner. Mark it. If I had to pick the worst candidate to run against Trump in 2020 it would be Biden. Ironically, he would have beat Trump in 2016.

1701 • 1 year ago
I am being generous and using a very broad definition of normal:
"Any person who is NOT a totalitarian death-junkie deviant who thinks that he is above God and natural law, and that he is entitled to transform and control the human race to serve his needs and desires."


Ironically this show that you are indeed not very stable. It's not normal to divide the World in "people that to a large extent agree with me" and "totalitarian death-junkie deviants who think that they are above God and natural law"

Kitu Bica • 1 year ago

Time will prove him right. But time we do not have.

1701 • 1 year ago

Take off the tinfoil hat please, you look ridiculous

Pete Barbeaux • 1 year ago

The emails were debunked as a forgery within 12 hours, and the source is now being investigated by the FBI. Morons.

EmpireLoyalist • 1 year ago

Finally, the old mantra:
"investigated-and-debunked" "investigated-and-debunked" "investigated-and-debunked"
What took so long??
[If only the Republicans had known those magic words, we could have avoided so much misery, Russia scam, Ukraine impeachment, and so on. They tell every junior marxist: "Remember, little comrade. Always always always accuse the enemy of the crimes that you yourself are committing. This is the way of the revolutionary. Learn it well."]

Pete Barbeaux • 1 year ago

The reason that never works for your side is because you are objectively the bad guys and you're never correct. Glad I could help.

EmpireLoyalist • 1 year ago

A savage deranged ideology that utterly rejects objective truth and human nature; that celebrates the slaughter of 60 million humans; that indoctrinates small innocent children about alternative lifestyles and gender-ideology; and that has debased an de-humanised an entire race of people as part of their electoral strategy NEVER EVER gets to call other people "bad guys".
Whether their ideology lasts for ten more years or ten thousand, moral judgment is one activity from which The American Left are entirely and absolutely excluded. [Moral pronouncements by The Left will be forever confined to the realm of satirical comedy and heavy irony.]

ekaneti • 1 year ago

And that attitude is why I consider you and your ilk to be greater enemies of this country than China, Iran and Russia combined

James • 1 year ago

The only bad guys are the Godless woke totalitarians who are illiberal iconoclasts that seek to persecute small o orthodox Christian's, working class whites and Traditionalists, the bad guys are the freak wiredos like you turning little boys into girls, the bad guys are you allowing transgender pervert freaks into the little girls bathroom, the bad guys are those who are looting and rioting attacking churches, small business , individuals, law enforcement, the bad guys are those idiot losers like you who push for racial resentment to extort business, the bad guys are eugenicists like you who push killing a baby in the womb as a right, no your side are the bad guys, and God will judge you , you might ike where your heading.

ekaneti • 1 year ago

Sorry, they havent been debunked as a forgery. Sure the Russians put them on Hunter's lap top. Ive noticed the Bidens arent denying anything.

Captain Queenan • 1 year ago

Questions about the chain of custody and "debunking'" are two separate, albeit related, things. If they're forgeries, why doesn't Biden say that?

Local Resident • 1 year ago

Yeah! And why hasn't he been forced to answer if unicorns are real and if there's really a monster under my bed and who actually built the pyramids, aliens or other aliens!

OfficerSudsy28 • 1 year ago

Yeah Pete, sure they were. And Benghazi was a result of an offensive YouTube video.

Pete Barbeaux • 1 year ago

Benghazi was the result of Republicans defunding consulate security in October 2011.

ekaneti • 1 year ago

""The media are an ideological movement - who run the Democrat party as their political wing.""

Im glad you state it that way and not the way most people think of it: The media is the communications arm of the Dem party

WilliamRD • 1 year ago

Jacques Chirac President of France told Jr Bush if the United States finds WMDs in Iraq you put them there. The CIA and MI6 knew Iraq had no WMDs because Tariq Aziz Saddam's long time number 2 was a CIA asset. Back in the 1980s Aziz was a regular on the Washington cocktail party circuit and a frequent guest on CNNs Crossfire with Pat Buchanan, Robert Novak vs Tom Braden and Michael Kinsley. Finally Dick Armey Republican and House Majority leader was going to vote against authorizing the war in the fall of 2002. Cheney goes up to Capitol Hill pulls Armey into the Vice Presidents office in the Capitol and tells him that Iraq is close to having suitcase nukes and has very close ties to Osama bin Laden. Both lies of course.

On one occasion when Jr Bush was talking to Chirac he told him that the war on terror is Biblical prophecy. Needless to say Chirac was stunned. Yes the Republican establishment lied the country into one of the biggest foreign policy blunders in our history. Almost as bad as Woodrow Wilson taking us into World war 1 which led to the rise Bolshevik revolution an Nazi Germany

ekaneti • 1 year ago

Vietnam was a bigger lie and worse than Iraq

WilliamRD • 1 year ago

Vietnam was bad for sure and had a much larger death count, but the region or the domino theory never materialized. The Middle East has been in chaos ever since our invasion and occupation of Iraq

Melchizedek • 1 year ago

We conservative Republicans voted for Rockefeller Republicans like the Bushes, McCain and Romney. So, the Rockefeller Republicans had better support one of ours — Donald Trump.

M Orban • 1 year ago

I could be mistaken, but I don't think that's how politics works.

Melchizedek • 1 year ago

Unfortunately, I fear you’re correct, which leads me to conclude that it’s probably time to burn the Republican Party to the ground and start over.

M Orban • 1 year ago

The burning to the ground may very well happen.

As for rebuilding... You have to be able to offer something, absolutely anything to the young.
I don't see that happening.

Melchizedek • 1 year ago

The young don’t vote. Working people decide who is president. What Trump is offering is what they need and want.

M Orban • 1 year ago

What I meant was that without young conservatives there will be no conservative movement 10-20 years down the road. Not what we would recognize as traditional conservativism.
For that to happen, you have to offer an attractive set of values. Remember, they are young. They have no memories of how life was in the 1950s. They have no nostalgia for a world that never existed.
We can go down the list... from deconstructing the administrative state to environmental regulations to Obergefell... For them the positions taken by social conservatives are either nonsensical or outright repulsive.
Conservatism of the old, the dead or dying is not the path to the future.

Melchizedek • 1 year ago

I don’t care if conservatism has no future. I am only concerned that America has a future and for that we need political leaders who put the interests of middle class, working Americans before those if either the rich or the poor. That is what Trump has done better than any president in most of our lifetimes.

M Orban • 1 year ago

What's your bet for November?

Melchizedek • 1 year ago

If Democrat cheating can be kept to a minimum, I think Trump will pull it out, but that’s a pretty big “if.”

What do you think the outcome will be?

Schopenhauer • 1 year ago

Trump is working on that right now. First order of business: destroying the GOP majority in the Senate.

Melchizedek • 1 year ago

A Republican majority that won’t repeal Obamacare, fund The Wall or defund Planned Parenthood isn’t worth having.

QballK • 1 year ago

So a Republican Party that isn’t nihilistic in its entirety isn’t worthy of public office?

Melchizedek • 1 year ago

No, a party that won’t follow through on its campaign promises isn’t worth having.

When did opposition to socialized medecine, open borders and abortion become nihilistic?

dbriz • 1 year ago

Trump is many things, conservative not one of them. Conservatives who have voted for Rockefeller Republicans have been the problem beginning in 1952 when the eastern corporate/big bankers stole the nomination from Taft.

SE PA • 1 year ago

"Trump is many things, conservative not one of them."

Got that right. Trump betrayed his America First voters. Wall Street, Silicon Valley, and Israel got everything they wanted from Trump. The rest of us got nothing. No wall, the illegals are still here, the immigrants are still coming, and we're still occupying the same Mideast countries. And where did all those trillions in record-setting deficit spending go? We didn't see any of it in our hard-hit community.

Voting third party or write-in for the first time in my life.

Melchizedek • 1 year ago

Your apparent ignorance of the reasons for Trump’s failure to implement all of his America First agenda is truly remarkable.

SE PA • 1 year ago

I don't care why he failed. He claimed he knew how to get it done, and I voted for him to get it done. He didn't. End of story. Lord knows I didn't vote for him for his character, truthfulness, or winning personality.

K squared • 1 year ago

thank God for Eisenhower

dbriz • 1 year ago

Ike had the grace to warn us of the errors he made during his administration, ie., the Dulles Bros, entangling alliances, huge military expenditures and the birth of the “military/industrial” complex.

The next guy showed signs that he had heard and took the warning to heart. We know what he got for that.

Millwork • 1 year ago

Baker was the best Secretary of State of my lifetime and one of the best all-around public servants we ever had. Unfortunately, there was only one of him. We needed twenty, including some younger ones. Instead, the twin disasters of neoconservatism and Trump have driven most of the remaining shrewd, capable, basically decent Americans out of the party.

massappeal • 1 year ago

For those who think we're living in "Weimar America", doesn't this suggest that the choice facing "old guard Republicans" this fall is between the anti-democratic extremist right-wing and forming a coalition government with the center-left? (Recall that the choice that German Nationalists made in the early 1930s did not turn out well---for Germany, for the Nationalists, or the rest of the world.)

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QballK • 1 year ago

I have to admit I lol'd on that one.

6yhn • 1 year ago

The Republican "old guard" may have issues with Trump, but it's hard to believe that anyone really believes that Biden is better.

Given the recent revelations about Biden's corruption, it's time for the "old guard" to renounce their endorsements of Biden.