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The problem with virtue-signaling one-upmanship is that it creates a decreased cycle-time for politically correct outrage that will soon force one not only to recant what was said just yesterday, but ultimately even in the immediately preceding utterance.

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Convincing the public is not the priority right now.

Frustration and anger are understandable.

But it cannot be helped

Stopping this coup and addressing the criminal fraud by the Democrats and assuring that Trump is declared the winner is number one

@Bunniesmommy

Lin Wood. Another voice today. All day, powerful conservative voices have been heard.

This attempted theft of the election is the last straw, the tipping point for conservatives.

A fire has been lit and it is spreading across the country.

After everything Donald Trump has done for us, we owe it to him to keep faith in his victory.

We are not beaten.

If you know anything about poetry, you might know Henley's Invictus.

"In the fell clutch of circumstance I have not winced nor cried aloud. Under the bludgeonings of chance, my head is bloody, but unbowed."

It's about not giving up.

Some people think Trump should bow out now.

Fuck them.

He doesn't quit. And we should not doubt him.

Disagree and I will give you hell.

80% masks. Of the masks, about 60% wearing it according to Hoyle.

I'm in line at my polling place. About 40 people in line ahead of me. Was 75.

The polls opened 15 minutes ago.

The polling place property is bespeckled with signs for Biden and other D-listers.

Received from a friend. Thought I would share with my friends.

As I've aged, I've become kinder to myself, and less critical of myself. I've become my own friend. I have seen too many dear friends leave this world, too soon; before they understood the great freedom that comes with aging.

Whose business is it, if I choose to read, or play on the computer until 4 AM or sleep until noon?

The current Press must be broken, defrocked, and laughed off the air to live as pariahs, so we can learn the truth.

For they are the true enemy of the people.

If President Trump is re-elected, and can sort out Clinton, Biden, and Obama, it will be the death knell of the so-called Press as we know it.

If he isn't, all the green new deals, socialism, and criminals won't really matter.

We'll be fed party pap until our critical thinking is gone for good.

My mother had no idea about NY and NJ Governors ordering nursing homes to take in COVID-19 patients, because she only consumes NBC, MSNBC, and the like.

We're in the middle of the biggest gaslighting of the American people ever.

While Levin, Limbaugh, Breitbart and other media alternatives are out there, big tech is effectively burying them.

On the front lines, we have one man. One soldier who takes them to task every day, and they are arrayed against him in an aggressive posture.

I understand what Biden was doing. He's a crook.

He'd be the first one to sell us out to the aliens when they land. I get it. It's about the money.

The danger if a corrupted press is far greater. There's a reason they are called the Fourth Estate.

A free press is critical to exposing corruption and holding officials accountable, when the officials will not police themselves.

Half of our country, or more, gets their worldview shaped by the mainstream media.

While VP Biden selling his office is a huge scandal, it is hardly the big internal threat we face as a country.

The real story is right there along side it.

There are thousands, if not tens of thousands of sympathizing, enabling, and conspiratorial journalists out there at this very moment working AGAINST THE AMERICAN PEOPLE.

Couple that with major social platforms suppressing the story, and you have the very dangerous conditions under which our Republic is threatened.

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