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Pete recommends reaching out to Trump-voting relatives


A send-off for the Trump circus freaks


The moment you realize it all went wrong...

Hillary told America about Trump's petulant nature four years ago

and she was right on the money!


Watch ballots being sneaked into the election center in Maricopa County

Holy interplanetary yardsticks, ReThuglicans are fu*king stupid!!!


Trump has one last trick up his sleeve...

He has legally changed his name to Joe Biden and underwent a little emergency plastic surgery:


Justin Turner won't be punished for returning to field despite positive Covid-19 test

I think he deserves some sort of fine or suspension.


Andrew Yang: Democrats have become party of "coastal urban elites"

First off, let's be clear that the Dems are miles and miles ahead of the Republicans in terms of caring about the average American. But, is Yang on to something here? Yes, some Republican voters are going to stick with their party because they're racist scum. However, the Democrats could work harder to broaden their appeal and win over more struggling and middle-class Americans, no?


Would you encourage Biden to appoint Republicans to cabinet if it means flipping the Senate?

Ponder this...

If the Republicans control the Senate with 51 or 52 seats, there is one ploy a President Biden could try. Sens. Pat Toomey (R-PA), Ron Johnson (R-WI), and Richard Burr (R-NC) have all announced that they will not seek reelection in 2022. Biden could offer one or more of them cabinet positions. It just so happens that all three of their states have Democratic governors. In Pennsylvania and North Carolina, the governor appoints the new senator, who would surely be a Democrat. In Wisconsin, there is a special election, which a Democrat would have a decent shot at winning.

Too many white people have a "red problem"

This is a longstanding and troubling trend:

I don't know how their eyes can be opened, but it's discouraging to see that generations still don't get the message.
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