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Aug 24, 2023Liked by Stephen Robinson

"We believe this will bring peace in our time"

-the rnc, probably

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What even is the RNC now?

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“We, the RNC, regard the pledge signed last night by eight chucklefucks and the Anglo-German Naval Agreement as symbolic of the desire of our two peoples never to go to war with one another again.”

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Aug 23, 2023·edited Aug 23, 2023

Who's going to watch this farrago when Nick at Night is counter-programming classic episodes of "Friends?"

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OK, it's not all of them, and most prominently it is DeSatan, but WTF is it w/people wearing clothes with their name on it all the time? (See picture of Doug Burgum above)

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Aug 23, 2023Liked by Stephen Robinson

I suppose it's a slightly classier version of wearing a name tag with "Hi My Name Is..." on it.

Burgum definitely needs his name on his shirt. It means one less, "Who are you again?"

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Meanwhile, there are murmurings among the opposition of reminding the RNC that Trump may be Constitutionally barred from running for President if convicted.

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Aug 23, 2023Liked by Stephen Robinson

Interesting how in 2016 when Trump was a political nobody, he was able to defy the RNC and not sign their useless pledge to support the eventual nominee, but this cycle will punish any candidate who would dare. What network executives-and from what networks - promised to hobble the RNC if they prevented Trump from being on tv and driving up their revenue? Suspicious af that the RNC let him get away with open defiance like that and worse that media outlets (besides Fox) gave him so much free press while vilifying classy, cool and qualified Hillary Clinton. Thanks for ruining America, assholes.

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Aug 23, 2023·edited Aug 23, 2023

One RNC member bitterly, if accurately, predicted that Trump will win tonight’s debate simply “because he’s not there,”

In a way, isn't America the winner if Defendant Trump is "not there?"

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Personally I think I would rather listen to TFG / PAB tear Tucker a new asshole for Tucker's less-than-loyal and on the public record comments about "hating Trump" etc. Man! That Dominion lawsuit spilled just a bunch of beans and TFG is not well known for his laid back attitude when someone just hates everything about TFG.

Or I could just avoid all of it and read a nice book. Any suggestions?

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I'm reading the third book in Joe Abercrombie's "This Mad Ages Trilogy". Pretty good stuff.

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He’s been interviewed by Tucker since then and didn’t say a thing about it- which is very odd considering his thin skin.

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Diaper Don and the ball-tanning freak are malignant narcissists and amoral opportunists, each using the other to advance their respective personal interests. Move along; nothing new to see here.

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The last thing anybody needs is yet another opportunity for this crook to do his patented schtick where he brags/whines/lies/talks over everybody and his cult followers swoon, so there's that.

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I cannot for one minute believe he is not taking the opportunity to steal ALL the thunder/spotlight from the debate by being booked actually during the debate.

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The Orange Taint says we need to tune in to his interview with Tucker because sparks are going to fly. Will it be wild, asshole? When he says sparks, I'm just going to assume he means personal insults. Seen that shit, MF. It's time to learn some new tricks.

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There is literally nothing he could do or say that would surprise me. I’d only be surprised at the depth of how low he’ll go

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To each participant, I strongly encourage to urge your supporters to punish the RINO establishment by staying home if you are not the nominee.

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the RNC sounds like a defeated spouse after dealing with a narcissistic partner for a number of years.

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Aug 23, 2023Liked by Stephen Robinson

“… ensuring he’ll either break his word or surrender his soul.”

Objection, assumes facts not in evidence! Namely that any one of these fuckers hadn’t already given up his soul for power decades ago.

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