1. Venison for dinner again? Oh deer!
2. England has no kidney bank, but it has a Liverpool.
3. I tried to catch some fog, but I mist.
4. They told me I had Type A blood, but it was a Typo.
5. I changed my iPod's name to Titanic. It's syncing now.
6. Jokes about German sausage are wurst.
7. I stayed up all night to see where the sun went, and then it dawned on me.
8. The girl said she recognized me from the vegetarian club, but I had never met herbivore.
9. I am reading a book about antigravity. I just can't put it down.
10. Why were the Indians here first? They had reservations.
11. Did you hear about the cross-eyed teacher who lost her job because she couldn't control her pupils?
12. What do you call a dinosaur with an extensive vocabulary? A thesaurus.
13. I dropped out of Communism class because of lousy Marx.
14. I got a job in a bakery because I kneaded dough.
15. Don't worry about old age; it doesn't last.

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12 Jan
1. When Reality Busts Myths

Liberals are about to find out that, contrary to what the media had indoctrinated them to believe, there aren't very many "Trump supporters" who care much about Trump the person. They mostly only cared about what Trump was able to do.
2. Once Trump is no longer in a position to do what he was and would have been able to do as President, not many "Trump supporters" care what liberals do to Trump. So all this 25th Amendment and Impeachment crap will draw nothing but a prolonged yawn from "Trump supporters."
3. Liberals can go knock themselves out. They will get no satisfaction out of it, because they won't get much of a reaction from "Trump supporters." Liberals will have to hire actors to LARP being outraged "Trump supporters" to preserve liberals' psyches.
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10 Jan
I deem December 15, 2020 as the day Trump hit a point of no return in his fall from grace, when he re-tweeted Lin Wood's atrocious tweet about imminent imprisonment of Georgia governor and Secretary of State. That's when he crossed a Rule of Law line, with little pushback. 1/2
Now lack of pushback from supporters with blinders can be expected, but why was there ZERO pushback from the Media on this perfidy against Due Process & Rule of Law from a sitting President? I know why. Because his targets were Republicans.

Our Media is corrupt to its core. 2/
A resolute pushback against Trump when he did the above would have likely made him somewhat circumspect, or at least not emboldened to continue his onslaught of peddling Krakenware from Lin Wood and Sidney Powell, thereby possibly saving the five lives lost last Wednesday. 3/
Read 4 tweets
10 Jan
1. Trump Enablers

We must confront the media and Democratic opportunists out to destroy all good Republicans by calling them 'Trump enablers.' Trump enablers have much to be proud of.

That enabling made all the great accomplishments of the Trump presidency possible.
2. Just a few of Trump accomplishments:
1-Criminal Justice Reform
2-ISIS eviscerated
3-Conservative Judges
4-Tax Reform
6-Right-to-try Law
7-Record Employment (before COVID hit)
8-Cancelled Horrible Iran Deal
9-Strengthened Military
10-Peace Progress in Middle East
3. Any fair assessment of the last four years would acknowledge that Trump's presidency was a great boon to America, even as Trump's behavior post-election 2020 is the great bane of America.
Read 8 tweets
10 Jan
1. Ted Cruz's Ruse

Congress is not the forum for adjudicating election fraud. Congress cannot reject duly nominated electors. Neither members of Congress nor the Vice President has the legal authority to reject the State electors. Trump wanted to strong arm them into doing so.
2. After the Civil War, our presidential elections were a hot mess. States fought each other and within themselves like cats over who should be elected a president. Several elections became protracted battles post-election and Congress got embroiled in disputes time and again.
3. Ted Cruz is literate enough and astute enough to cite the 1876 example of a commission appointed by Congress to resolve the dispute of multiple sets of electors submitted by the States. But he is not as illiterate of history as he pretends to be.
Read 16 tweets
28 Dec 20
@realDonaldTrump Here are the official stats for Pennsylvania for 2020 Presidential Election:

Number of total votes (Trump+Biden+Jorgen): 6,915,283
Number of Registered Voters: 9,050,870
Number of people 18 years and over: 9,358,833
@realDonaldTrump Okay, it's fair to say that President Trump is comparing "number of people who voted" to number of final votes counted. His supporters will jump on that thin reed to justify his claim. But where did he get the number for the actual number of people who voted? I figured it out. 1/
@realDonaldTrump He picked up the figure for number of votes counted as of the evening of 11/3/2020, i.e. election day, and called it "number of people who voted." That's the number mentioned in this memo. 2/
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28 Dec 20
Here are the official stats for Pennsylvania for 2020 Presidential Election:

Number of total votes (Trump+Biden+Jorgen): 6,915,283
Number of Registered Voters: 9,050,870
Number of people 18 years and over: 9,358,833
1. Trump's Pennsylvania Claim Explained

Please see the above tweet for official stats from Pennsylvania Department of State. The registration roll seems awfully close to number of people 18 years and over.
2. I suspect it is because dead voters and those who moved out of state, etc. have not been purged from the registration database. The number of legal and registered voters is probably closer to 8.5 million. Be that is it may, Trump's tweet is highly misleading in its bold claim.
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