Someone needs to go on air, with authority, tell the Fox News bubble: The Network, Donald Trump and most importantly The Republican Party is lying to them. Not in a fake-news kind of way. That’s not what this is.
What Mitch and Barr did today was straight-up textbook Fascism.
@MittRomney needs to go down to Mitch’s office and tell him this bullshit continues one more day, he is leaving The Republican Party.
Someone has to be brave enough to stop this nonsense.
He won’t. No one will. They will use the excuse they can’t do that to their constituents blah blah blah.
At the very best; it’s one last con to milk money out of the cult.
History: Election under the worst circumstances (pandemic), under the worst leadership (Trump) while having the highest vote total in US History no matter what the fascist say; it’s a clean vote because
The Founding Fathers created a federal mail system.
All of a sudden these Constitutional Originalist seem to neglect that part.
@AOC already causing trouble. I heard The President-Democrat -Elect told us to calm the waters. Start finding common causes to unite behind. The leader of The Party and the man who has the most votes EVER - cause we’re looking for leadership - and she goes pissing in the wind.
The most pathetic part, and sorry but I know some of those guys and they did it for country.
But here is the most pathetic part and why it’s so insulting.
When asked on 60 Minutes would they have done this for Bernie Sanders and without hesitation they all said
Lastly and I’m this to rest not that anyone cares.
She is missing the point. They represent The Reagan Democrats, The McCain Republicans. These right of center people are homeless.
My wife, used to work as a model taught me The "you-know-what-I-mean" line is the most condescending line you can say to a woman who is of higher stature than you and flat out disrespectful to any woman which is used as cover to demean.
"You-Know-what-I-Mean" is used by photographers who think they are working with amateur models to marketing VP's for designer labels to get the woman to do another inch off the shoulder, push the boobs together, etc. I saw it with my own eyes and then noticed it in my workplace.
Men should take that line "you-know-what-i-mean" and remove it from their vernacular; it creates such tension on so many multiple levels and it creeps me out hearing that line cause its the gateway-drug to further debasement of women in other areas.