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  1. https://hotair.com/archives/ed-morrissey/2020/09/21/new-rnc-ad-democrats-endorsing-scotus-appointment-2016/ A great, effective ad … but. The RNC takes us on a trip down Memory Lane to 2016, when Senate Democrats along with Hillary Clinton and Nancy Pelosi lectured America on the necessity — nay, the constitutional mandate — to immediately fill Supreme Court vacancies. Can’t wait for the DNC’s response video about what Republicans were saying at the same time, though: See Also: Study: People do hide their true feelings about some things from pollsters — but not about Trump Not long ago, Joe Biden said that “the American people deserve a fully-staffed court of nine.” We agree. Fill the seat! pic.twitter.com/K8GpnAMEly — Ronna McDaniel (@GOPChairwoman) September 21, 2020 The double inclusion of the same Joe Biden clip, declaring in 2016 that “the American people deserve a fully staffed court of nine,” is no accident. (Neither is the more recent clip of Kamala Harris.) The Trump campaign and the RNC plan to shove those words down the throats of Democrats and the media, probably every day. Here’s Kayleigh McEnany, telling CBS This Morning host Gayle King earlier today that she should ask Biden about his principles on filling Supreme Court vacancies: President Trump says he will soon nominate a justice to replace the late Ruth Bader Ginsburg on the Supreme Court. White House @PressSec @KayleighMcEnany joins us with details on the president's timeline, and what she says the president is looking for in a nominee. pic.twitter.com/3nPk4tCJez
  2. my browser is set high and I have no problem with it. and, AGAIN, for the umpteenth time: it isn't that the left are too emotional, it's that critical thinking doesn't play a part in their feeling, and feeling is their only and primary basis upon which to see issues. That is why they are usually always completely wrong, why they go into a hissy fit rage when disagreed with, why they never answer questions, but resort to changing subjects they FEEL like discussing instead.. a lot like that.
  3. it's been proven over the nearly four years. We elected Pres Trump and Pence to do what they promised, and they have delivered outstandingly. Except- the deep staters demand one way or another to get their control and power back. Hell with them. H.R. McMaster Admits There’s a Cabal in the Administration Working Against Trump
  4. https://www.secondamendmentdaily.com/2020/09/husband-begs-carjacker-not-to-hurt-his-pregnant-wife-before-being-shot-in-the-head-and-killed-murderer-then-forces-wife-on-100-mph-ride-of-terror-at-gunpoint/ a murderer lebong james is proud of, I suppose
  5. https://www.secondamendmentdaily.com/2020/09/indianapolis-mugger-robs-shoots-couple-changing-tire-kills-40-year-old-mother-of-four-leaving-husband-bleeding-on-the-street/
  6. opposite parties, of course. and obamao was a lame duck pres. lefties don't go by the actual definitions of words because it doesn't fit their twisted emotional knee jerk narrative. So, they just use words incorrectly, as if they had different meanings.
  7. guess what? LOL Schumer in 2007: Don't confirm any Bush Supreme Court nominee https://www.washingtonexaminer.com/schumer-in-2007... Feb 15, 2016 · Chuck Schumer said in July 2007 that no George W. Bush nominee to the Supreme Court should be approved, except in extraordinary circumstances, 19 months before a new president was set to be...
  8. hey, get this: Joe Biden in 1992: No nominations to the Supreme Court in ... https://www.washingtonpost.com/politics/joe-biden... Feb 23, 2016 · On the Senate floor on June 25, 1992, then-Sen. Joe Biden (D-Del.) urged President George H. W. Bush not to name a nominee to the Supreme Court until after the November election.
  9. no con. The results are outstanding - the list of good/great things the Trump Admin has accomplished FOR AMERICA FIRST, are in the hundreds. Let us know when YOU can name just one thing obaMao/biden accomplished FOR AMERICA in eight years, woodpecker. we'll wait.
  10. calfoxwc

    The vaccine

    the facts speaks for themselves and the truth. the leftwing ignorant emotions don't. boo hoo on the leftwing emotional knee jerk side.
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