22 thoughts on “News/Politics 9-23-22

  1. This is what the media was covering up by censoring and hiding the Hunter Biden laptop story.

    This was all available info, that the media ignored in service to Democrats.




    ” Hunter gone wild! Unhinged videos show the president’s son dancing shirtless, slipping down a waterslide naked and entertaining hookers at debauched pool party in $4,140-per-night Malibu rental

    Videos and photos obtained by DailyMail.com show Hunter Biden dancing shirtless, stripping naked and sliding down a waterslide into a pool at a home in Malibu in 2018

    Other pictures show him having group sex and entertaining hookers at the $4,140-per-night luxury rental

    In September and October 2018 Hunter rented lavish vacation homes around Los Angeles

    He invited prostitutes to his wild pool parties and even took one photo showing two hookers naked in the hot tub with a jar of marijuana nearby
    The photos and videos were stored on Hunter’s abandoned laptop and obtained by DailyMail.com”


    And keep in mind that Hunter had numerous accounts, some with his father Joe, that this was all paid for with. So don’t bother with the yeah but it’s his son, Joe didn’t know.

    He did, he shared accounts, and he got 10% of everything Hunter grifted by his own admission. Also, the FBI has had all of this info, the videos, pics, the hookers, the drugs, yet they’ve done nothing, again, in service to Democrats.

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  2. But muh narrative….

    Remember, it’s only bad when R’s do it.

    “Letter Reveals Obama Foundation Is Keeping Classified Docs in Abandoned Furniture Warehouse”


    “The Obama Foundation stored classified documents in an abandoned furniture warehouse, according to a 2018 letter from the Obama Foundation to the National Archives and Records Administration (NARA).

    The letter, available on the Obama Foundation website and dated Sept. 11, 2018, reveals that the Obama Foundation not only acknowledged possessing classified documents but also admitted that they kept them in a facility that did not meet NARA standards for the storage of those documents.”

    “Media reports confirm that the Obama Foundation had rented space from Hoffman Estates to store these documents, and extended their original lease for four more years back in August.

    “While no firm date has been announced for the completion and opening of the Barack Obama Presidential Library near the University of Chicago, its future contents will stay in Hoffman Estates for four more years,” the Daily Herald reported. “Village board members unanimously approved an extension to the special-use permit that enables landlord Hoffman Estates Medical Development LLC to lease the 74,200-square-foot former Plunkett Furniture store at 2500 W. Golf Road to the National Archives and Records Administration through Dec. 31, 2026.

    This means that, as the debate over the supposedly classified documents at Mar-a-Lago is unfolding, the Obama Foundation is, at this very moment, storing classified documents in unused retail space in the suburbs of Chicago.”

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  3. “POLL: 41% Of Hispanics Approve GOP Governors Sending Illegal Migrants To Liberal Cities”


    “The majority of Hispanic voters surveyed approve of the migrant relocation policies enforced by some Republican governors, a Politico/Morning Consult poll found Wednesday.

    The poll surveyed 223 Hispanics and asked them if they believe the transporting of migrants to liberal enclaves by Republican Govs. Greg Abbott of Texas and Ron DeSantis of Florida are appropriate. Forty-one percent of Hispanics surveyed approved of the relocation policies, according to the poll.

    Just over one-third of those surveyed, 35%, disapproved of the governors’ transporting of migrants, according to the poll. The numbers resembled the answers of the white voters surveyed, finding that 46% approved and 39% disapproved.”

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  4. Here. This goes nicely with the first post above.

    This is what Dems and the media do to cover their crimes.

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  5. Frauds.

    Even when they tell some truth, what they hide from you is the real story. No mention of the fact that the guy who ran down the R teen was a Democrat protester.

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  6. Follow the science!

    Unless it disagrees with your narrative.

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  7. So now you’re admitting it’s a baby?

    OK, nice to see you media stooges admit the obvious, at least this one time.

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  8. Of course it breaks the law, but The Dept. of Injustice will do nothing.

    “Democrats ‘Charity’ Voter-Registration Scheme

    A 501(c)(3) nonprofit isn’t supposed to engage in partisan activity.”


    “Senate Democrats plan to pass the Disclose Act, a bill they claim would force “dark money” groups into the light. Never mind the darkness that envelops their own epic voter-registration scam.

    A New York Times article this week confirmed a political reality that Republicans have been slow to publicize: Democrats are openly abusing charities to stack voter rolls in their favor. The Times story was ostensibly about “voter registration” groups worried that donors weren’t giving enough to “democracy-related” programs this midterm cycle. Read closely and you notice the story is entirely about Democrats, confirming a longstanding scheme by which foundations and private donors funnel tax-exempt dollars into “charities” that microtarget and register Democratic voters.

    Among those quoted was Nsé Ufot, head of the New Georgia Project, which the Times credits with helping “turn Georgia into a blue state” by “registering tens of thousands of voters of color.” Ms. Ufot bemoaned “an overall dip in fundraising” from the likes of George Soros’s Open Society Foundations and the Democracy Fund: “Folks who think Georgia is competitive do not understand what made Georgia competitive.”

    The Ufot comments are stunning, given the New Georgia Project is a organized as a charity, donations to which are tax-exempt under Section 501(c)(3) of the tax code. Such groups, as the Internal Revenue Service notes, are prohibited from engaging in “voter education or registration activities with evidence of bias that (a) would favor one candidate over another; (b) oppose a candidate in some manner; or (c) have the effect of favoring a candidate or group of candidates.” Yet here is Ms. Ufot openly fretting that without more Democracy Fund cash, she won’t be able to elect more Democrats.

    The left has been growing this “philanthropy” racket for decades, and as a seven-page internal 2019 memo, leaked in 2020, reveals, it is now a giant operation. The memo was from Mind the Gap, a liberal super PAC that pushes donors to give to Democratic campaigns and nonprofits. It explained that in 2020 “the single most effective tactic for ensuring Democratic victories” would be “501(c)(3) voter registration focused on underrepresented groups in the electorate.”

    Mind the Gap was brazen about its partisanship: “Provided that such efforts are well-designed and executed, on a pre-tax basis they are 2 to 5 times more cost-effective at netting additional Democratic votes” than advertising. Even better, because these groups are “tax deductible, on an after-tax basis such programs are closer to 4 to 10 times more cost-effective than the next best alternative.” The group said that 90% of the donations it was recommending for voter-registration and get-out-the-vote groups would go to 501(c)(3) nonprofits.

    Don’t think these are innocent charities getting “used” by cagey Democratic operatives. Among the groups the memo recommends is the Voter Participation Center, which says it’s creating “a new American majority” by targeting “young people, people of color, and unmarried women” for registration. In 2018, the most recent year for which IRS records are available, it spent 64% of its vendor money on two groups that specialize in microtargeting reliable Democratic votes: Pivot Group ($10.5 million), which says it is “committed to electing Democrats up and down the ballot,” and Mission Control ($3.9 million), which calls itself “the most successful direct mail firm working in Democratic politics today.”

    This would be the equivalent of Republicans using “charities” to microtarget and register only blue-collar gun owners, white evangelicals, and adamant pro-lifers. Totally nonpartisan, right? Only it’s hard to find a conservative foundation engaged in such activity, given a fear of IRS consequences. Democrats, by contrast, are so confident the IRS won’t question their “democracy” projects that they are pouring ever more money into this political operation and talking about the game openly.

    As liberal writer Sasha Issenberg made clear in a 2012 book, “The Victory Lab,” liberal foundations and charities have been engaged in this scam for ages, describing the Carnegie Foundation’s registration drives even back then as “a backdoor approach to ginning up Democratic votes outside the campaign finance laws.” It’s a particular win for liberal foundations like Mr. Soros’s, which can fully write off partisan vote-getting as “charitable” activity. And luckily for Democrats, charitable nonprofits don’t have to disclose their donors, and the Disclose Act—surprise!—wouldn’t change that.”


    It’s OK, as long as it only benefits the right people.

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  9. The Woke agenda in the military is disgusting. No wonder recruitment is so low. No one should be forbidden to refer to their mom and dad as their mom and dad or whatever other terms they use for them. I do realize there are other reasons for people not wanting to join up these days.

    Romans one is so evident today with people accepting everything and anything and being blind to the truth. Yes, there is true truth.

    Forcing someone to use certain pronouns is forcing them to lie. It is forcing them to be hypocritical, which we seem to hate when it is about other hypocrisy. Schizophrenic. It ultimately undermines being honest with your students, so why should they ever trust you?

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  10. She’s been begged repeatedly over the past couple years, but so far has said she’s not interested. I get the sense that she truly isn’t interested and I can’t blame her!

    Wide open fields, most likely, on both the Dem and GOP side for ’24.

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  11. The fruits and nuts party will run out a clown car of stooges, the CoC party will bring out the usual assorted RINOs and establishment shills.

    There will be much posturing, trying to out left the far left progressives by Dems.

    On the R side everyone will push Trump policies and pretend they were theirs all along. None will stand a chance against DeSantis or Trump.

    But Trump or DeSantis wins in 2024, whichever it is.

    Unless of course the pearl clutching milquetoasters on our side decide the last 3 years have been better than a mean tweeter again. Then all bets are off. You have to account for idiocy.

    And sorry, if you think more Biden and Dem policies are better, I don’t know what else to call it.

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  12. Yes, clearly…. 🙄😂


    “Donald Trump 53.3%
    Ron DeSantis 24.5%
    Mike Pence 9.1%
    Liz Cheney 3.1%
    Mitt Romney 2.8%
    Nikki Haley 2.2%
    John R. Bolton 2%
    Ted Cruz 1.9%
    Greg Abbott 1.5%
    Chris Christie 1.3%
    Larry Hogan 1.2%
    Marco Rubio 1%
    John Richard Kasich 1%
    Tim Scott 0.9%
    Mike Pompeo 0.7%
    Kristi Noem 0.4%
    Tom Cotton 0.4%
    Rick Scott 0.3%
    Josh Hawley 0%
    Candace Owens 0%
    Elise M. Stefanik 0%
    Ben Sasse 0%”



    “RCP Average 6/28 – 9/18 51.6 23.0 7.8 3.3 3.2 3.0 1.2 1.0 1.0 1.0 Trump +28.6

    Keep whistling past that graveyard DJ. 🙂


  13. As for DeSantis, so far he’s coming off as a little too angry for my tastes, he needs to temper his image somewhat if he wants to get a broader appeal (and any candidate will need to do that, it’s the independents who often decide these races). But he’s not known to be a very gifted speaker or someone who connects well with voters, apparently, so we’ll see if he can last. His “charisma” and personal appeal hovers on a pretty low scale so far I’d say.

    It’s early.

    Lots can (and will) happen.

    Take a breath, relax.


  14. Remember, a nominee needs to have a little broader appeal than just the far right.

    Republicans need to be principled AND politically wise and smart.

    We’ll see if the party can handle that.


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