Michael Flynn this afternoon was called up to lead the Pledge of Allegiance at Lin Wood’s rally AND HE FORGOT THE WORDS!!! What kind of “Patriot” General doesn’t know the Pledge!
Michael Flynn has been leading people so often lately in the QAnon pledge that he forgot the damn words of the Pledge to THE COUNTRY!
I have been on twitter for 8 months. I got on solely to help defeat Trump and Trumpism. I have never asked anyone to follow or RT me. I have had 6 video clips in the last 10 weeks go over 1 million views. I would like to have more followers than the FL GOP, so I will ask now!
1. I have worked on campaigns and been active in politics since 1988. I had never been to a Trump rally though. These are much different than anything I have experienced. They are like revivals where Trump is a god. The lines that
get the loudest applause are the ones that are the most deranged.
2. These people have no use for GOP Senators or any other Republican who isn’t 100% loyal to Trump.
3. They really don’t identify so much as “Republican.” Of all the signs, flags, banners, hats and shirts, I
never saw “Republican” or an elephant logo on anything. It’s not loyalty to a party, it’s to Trump.
4. Although they want Trump to remain leader, few believe he will run in 2024.
5. Mike Flynn is definitely running for president in 2024. These rallies are his attempt to take
Right-wing conspiracy theorist Dr. Steven Hotze, M.D., who owns several medical clinics in Texas and is a close political ally of Lt. Gov. Dan Patrick, explains how Bill Gates’ microchip is going to be used in our bodies after we are vaccinated to steal all of our money.
He claims that the chip is going to be pushed on us next year and inserted under the skin in our right hand. That is when Gates will be able to control us. 🙄 And yes, he is still practicing medicine in Texas.
Catholic Priest James Altman of La Crosse, WI, railed against masks and capacity restrictions in his sermon last Sunday. “Godless vermin fed us fear, and instituted godless Nazi controls on all of us.”
Father Altman: “The godlessness of what Fauci is now promoting ... is damnable in the hottest fires of hell.”
Fr. Altman, on other priests who follow covid restrictions: “It’s way past time for the great millstone treatment that Jesus talked about, or worse.”
Protests all across Russia today after Navalny releases video of “Putin’s Palace,” a 190,000 square foot palace with a skating rink, vineyard, bowling alley, theatre, and casino. It was given as a “gift” to Putin from a Russian businessman.
Despite sub-zero temperatures, Russians turn out in over 100 cities against Putin in support of Navalny.
The courage of this man, who returns to his country after a painful near-death ordeal being poisoned by Putin, knowing he is going to be arrested on arrival. This man is prepared to give his life for democracy, while GOP politicians here were selling it out, fearing Trump tweets.
Amazon response to Parler lawsuit details over 100 instances of content advocating rape, torture, and murder of public figures and officials, with continued refusal by Parler to regulate content. A constant theme of the examples below are racist and anti-Semitic threats.
MAGAs argue that they are victims of censorship because they are unable to post things like this on other platforms like twitter. Parler was completely unregulated, and this is what you get on a platform without a content policy.
In the 1980-90s, when the Democratic Party was often fractious, GOP consultants were masters at creating wedge issues to further foment this division. The GOP is straining at its seams to stay together in 2021-22. Might be time to study the Atwater-Rove playbook a little bit.
There are issues that divide Republicans. I think the role of Lincoln Project and other Republican refugees going forward will be to exploit these issues, which we know well, to accelerate the demise. Believe me, it will be our pleasure.
Some issues that divide Republicans? Abortion, Free Trade, Foreign Policy/Isolationism, Immigration, Gay Marriage/Adoption, Race Relations, Corporate Regulations, Minimum Wage, Health Care. The GOP is by no means unified on these.