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"They want to destroy you."

“Our radical Democrat opponents are driven by hatred, prejudice, and rage and want to destroy you, and they want to destroy our country as we know it,” Trump said.

The cheering Trumpists think this is right and good. But I can't believe-- I simply cannot believe-- that ordinary Republicans can listen to that and accept it.

Maybe I just don't want to believe that my in-laws and my neighbors have gotten that deep into the moral morass of Trump. But if they DON'T agree, why don't they pull away from him? Why don't they say, "That's just wrong. No Democrat wants to destroy me or the country."

What is it they get from Trump that's worth collaborating with that sort of hatred?
I know, I should ask them, but they'll mutter something about how they disapprove of that but Hillary.

Trump's fascistic speech

Watching "The Society" and crying a bit-

Anyone watching this?
I thought-- teen drama, annoying characters, too many characters- can't keep track--

Now I'm at the end of Season 1 (Season 2 hasn't dropped yet), and it's about 2016. I don't want to spoil it. But it's all there.

Cynthia Erivo singing Impossible Dream... wait till the end--

The photos of JFK-- and then Aretha in the audience, singing along, and the Obamas, I want to cry-- I want them all back.

Mother Mary Comes to Me (Let It Be)- Paul McCartney

Pew Research poll: 64% believe Trump acted illegally

Kyle Griffin

Verified account

3h3 hours ago
64% Probably
32% Probably not

72% Probably
25% Probably not

Pew Research poll

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Peyton out-acted John Malkovich

LOL. Malkovich chewed up the scenery-- the Roman Colosseum!-- as always, very entertaining, but Peyton had the understated wry approach just right.

When I recall that shy, wooden-voiced 22-year-old who came to Indy 20 years ago-- he sure has learned to act. (And along the way, as he pointed out... TWO super bowl wins.)

Revisiting Trump's Inauguration Speech on the Shutdown's 34th Day

Let’s look at the America he promised and the America we got.
Two years ago this week, Donald Trump was sworn into office. His inaugural address on Jan. 21, 2017, painted a picture of America that was darker and more sinister than many of us had imagined. America, according to Trump that day, suffered from seething corruption in government, rampant criminality in the streets, and hopeless mistrust between its citizens.
For many of us, his description was an America we didn’t really recognize, a cesspool of greed and fear and hate. He also positioned himself as the man who would fix it.

Two years later, we are padlocked inside the longest shutdown in American history, with 800,000 federal workers who rely upon Trump’s government about to miss a second paycheck. Emergency food resources and domestic violence shelters are stretched beyond capacity. Air traffic controllers and pilots warn of horrifying risk for imminent crises. Members of the U.S. Coast Guard are now forced to get food from food pantries. Hundreds of federal workers protested Wednesday in the Senate, culminating in 12 arrests. Considering all of this, I decided to revisit the president’s speech to understand whether we’re closer or further from the apocalyptic vision he put forth in 2017.


"How to respond to FSB offer of employment?"

Paul Erickson, GOP operative, seems to have been quite open about his eagerness to sell out his country to Putin:
"Unrelated to specific presidential campaigns,” Erickson wrote in an October 2016 email to an acquaintance that was later obtained by the FBI, “I’ve been involved in securing a VERY private line of communication between the Kremlin and key [unnamed political party] leaders through, of all conduits, the [unnamed gun-rights organization].”


Trump tells crowd in birthplace of Elvis he looked like the singer growing up

Source: CNN

President Trump gave Elvis a shout-out in Tupelo, which he called the “proud birthplace of the King of Rock n Roll.”

“You’ll say I’m very conceited,” Trump said, adding, “Other than the blond hair when I was growing up they said I look like Elvis.”

Read more: https://www.cnn.com/politics/live-news/trump-rally-mississippi-nov-18/h_00ae017c368dd3eae42b325a70279e6a

It is almost uncanny how much Trump lies about himself.

Need Lamont! CT! Gov.

just called on MSNBC.
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