The Donald Trump thread

griffinmill

Kingfisher
Trumpian said:
Pointing out that America (or our elite rather) has brought on itself most of the issues we're having is not arguing we have no moral standing to fight off the invasion.
I have some leftist friends who make this point; that America's policies in central America have lead to what we are seeing unfold today.

But allowing in the entire population of these countries hurts ordinary Americans, people who had no hand in the decisions of the state. Why should they be punished? The elites will not be effected.
 

Seth_Rose

Pelican
Gold Member
I'm starting to think the Trump Curse is not just coincidental. People suffering from TDS have been severely emotionally affected, causing them to act irrationally and have outbursts. This would explain the Baldwin incident.
 

Hell_Is_Like_Newark

Kingfisher
Gold Member
Seth_Rose said:
I'm starting to think the Trump Curse is not just coincidental. People suffering from TDS have been severely emotionally affected, causing them to act irrationally and have outbursts. This would explain the Baldwin incident.

My now ex-tenant who had a TDS meltdown is a good example. My other tenant who put up the MAGA 45 sign on his car, recorded her unhinged screaming meltdown at him. She basically went insane and then moved out without telling her roommate. I got a few dozen texts from her going postal about having something pro Trump on the property. I think she expected that I would force it removed or something.
 

Deepdiver

Crow
Gold Member
Batka said:
Malone said:
Trumpian said:
On the one hand I agree with you. The age of mass immigration to the U.S needs to come to an end. Seriously, everybody else can just fuck off. The 3rd world doesn't have a right to seek a better life at our expense. In any other time, a migrating horde of people that came into your lands just "wanting a better life" was called an invasion, and it was a declaration of war.

That said, Batka isn't wrong.
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There's nothing communist and anti-American about any of the above points. The communist-capitalist paradigm is an outdated one. We've got much, much bigger issues than the "reds" to deal with. In fact I'm living in a communist nation right now (Vietnam), I can tell you that I feel a lot freer here than I did in the USA.
He is though. Because the root of his (ridiculous) point is that it's all America's fault that the borders are being rushed and terrorists are attacking. Because it's America's fault, the US has no moral standing to resist the invasion. Bullshit.

Who cares if the points you listed are correct or not? He was only using them to support his base argument: America deserves this.

My reply: Fuck you, Traktor.

As for your second (bolded) point, it's sure funny.

I'm married to a Vietnamese woman and have lived in Vietnam quite a lot. What do you find communist about Vietnam? Is it the fact that it's incredibly easy to be a capitalist there and that almost everyone is running their own hustle? Is it the near-complete lack of Socialist benefits for the populace? The near-complete absence of confiscatory taxes?

Sure, Vietnam is a faux-democratic dictatorship where the ruling party calls themselves Communists, but it is by far the least communist place I've ever been. Canada looks like the USSR comparatively.
Like the events of 9/11, America's FP over the last number of decades IS the root of both problems, the Middle East; the salarying, arming and support of militant Wahabbi jihadists through Saudi Arabia, supporting corrupt Islamist kingdoms against secular nationalist goverments not to mention the invasions and coups.

Latin America, the constant interference in the affairs of sovereign nation states which have destroyed whole economies, i.e. drug wars, coups etc.

And then you wonder why floods of refugees turn up on your border. It's called blowback and it's a bitch. You are the problem, not these people. You remind me of the cheap, broke ass guys I used to meet in Kiev and quibbling about why they couldn't get laid. If you wear cargo shorts and t-shirts stay in shitty hostels, asperger spam approach on Kreshatyk, of course you are not going to get laid.

The problem is YOU.
Bat-SHITE-KaRAZY - Not only are you NOT a patriot in the same mold of the Soros, Clinton-CGI- Blame America First Obamunists TRAITORS... Just like your Clinton Mentors now you are simply PROJECTING your treasonous lying intentions on other Patriots. You are a TRUE ENEMY to AMERICAN PATRIOTS.

YES The problem is YOU.
 

Sherman

Ostrich
Although I support Trump, I am not in favor of making America great again. A more worthy goal is to make America good again.

Making America great is the concept of the globalist elites creating a global hegemony and private cash cow. This does nothing for the average American who becomes cannon faughter to enforce global hegemony. A country with good values and a good place for families, where degeneracy is actively suppressed is the ultimate goal. A people can live a high quality life in a country that is not that powerful.

Keep in mind that Trump has a maximum of 8 years, and the leftist, liberal degenerates are going to take back power. Making America even stronger just gives them the power to force every country on earth to allow dress wearing male perverts into female bathrooms. Thus, the gun toting right actually is indirectly supporting this very outcome.

I don't see anything noble about a country where the most terrible human beings called actors and actresses enjoy the greatest rewards while actively spreading filth through the planet. Prosperity tends to make people worse.

I support a multipolar world where traditionalism and healthy societies can survive and flourish. There is a possibility of this developing in regions such as Russia, China, Vietnam, Iran, and even North Korea. Alexander Dugin is worth reading on this. However, if the liberal democracy beast is allowed total hegemony over the planet, goodness will be extinguished.
 
Hell_Is_Like_Newark said:
Seth_Rose said:
I'm starting to think the Trump Curse is not just coincidental. People suffering from TDS have been severely emotionally affected, causing them to act irrationally and have outbursts. This would explain the Baldwin incident.

My now ex-tenant who had a TDS meltdown is a good example. My other tenant who put up the MAGA 45 sign on his car, recorded her unhinged screaming meltdown at him. She basically went insane and then moved out without telling her roommate. I got a few dozen texts from her going postal about having something pro Trump on the property. I think she expected that I would force it removed or something.
If the Democrats lose on Tuesday, expect insanity on a unprecedented scale. I have enough popcorn and cheap beer to keep myself lubricated all night.
 

The Beast1

Peacock
Gold Member
Sherman said:
Spoken like someone who doesn't understand how geopolitics is really played out. If you posted something like that but for China while living in China, your social credit score would be shit. Good luck having a critical thought about the establishment in those countries you idealize.

Here's a hint, if the boot you're licking isn't America, it will be someone else's.

Trust me, the American boot is the best tasting boot unlike the Russian and especially Chinese's boot.
 

8ball

Kingfisher
If the democrats win the house, the trump agenda will be 100% halted and the only thing he will have control on is Foreign Policy(military interventions), could be a very dangerous 2 years.

His Iran policy is incorrect and not why he was elected, the tax cuts did boost the economy and there were some small wins on immigration regarding refugees but i am not sure its really going to make a dent. The real victory were the supreme court pics as well as the large number of federal judges which will be able to slow down the incoming agenda from the left which will completely destroy any hope the right has to win future elections. Another victory is emboldening nationalist populist parties all over the world(europe, latin america etc) ensuring that everything doesn't end with Trump.
Italy @ central europe have turned, Brazil shifted to the right, Merkel will leave, leaving victim of child abuse Macron all alone.

The media frenzy against Russia, Trump's saudi-zionist foreign policy against iran, america's support for the kurds and the legitimate trade war with China has unified a new axis. One that is very authoritarian but none the less will be able to provide some balance by countering the destructive ideologies pushed by the west. The De-dolarization will hasten and the US will at some point lose its main sanction weapon. Unlike the US, they don't have to worry about elections, their strategy is 20-30 years, while the american administration has a "till next election" strategy.

The left on the other hand has doubled down on virtually every issue, if they win the house they will be vindicated.
 

DarkTriad

Ostrich
Gold Member
Thomas Jackson said:
Central america was shitty before America meddled in their affairs, and will be shitty long after. Endemic corruption and a 90 iq population are to blame not our policies. Regardless they are responsible for fixing their own issues not us.
They had mass human sacrifice but lacked basic technology like THE WHEEL until the westerners showed them how it worked. Why does everyone assume they would have suddenly been Wakanda without Western interference. The WHEEL my friends, the wheel.
 

Libertas

Crow
Gold Member
8ball said:
The left on the other hand has doubled down on virtually every issue, if they win the house they will be vindicated.
That's the biggest thing here. If they do well on Tuesday then they're going to feel like they're vindicated, even though they should be doing much better but they aren't because they're too crazy.

They need to be sent a loud and clear message of rejection. The stakes here are primarily psychological.

The secondary stakes is that we want to destroy their ability to build a farm team. That happens by making sure their new "stars" like Beto, Sinema, Abrams, Gillum, etc. lose on Tuesday so they can go back into irrelevance where they belong. If they win, they'll have some new crazy champions for their crazy cause.
 

ms224

Woodpecker
To Batka, traktor-traktoravich and company...

WTF has the rest of the world created? The USA was founded and built on ideas of patriotism, individuality and limited government where people are left to their devices to pursue their own path to happiness. Has it been easy? No.

Compare to the shithole in the rest of the world, starting with your own pig farm, what exactly have you accomplished? Your favorite ussr could never have fed or housed itself. We gave you a path to success, you choose to ignore it, thats why your parts of the world are shit.

Tl;dr, MAGA.....everyone else can go fuck their socialist collectivist selves.
 

Once Was Not

Kingfisher
While I was out doing errands today I saw a plane flying over the interstate towing a banner with "IMPEACH NOW" on it. Well...that's it guys:

BLONALD BLUMPF.

IS FINISHED.


TravelerKai is right though, they're gonna try to impeach him asap if they win. I'm actually pretty fucking nervous, significantly more than before election night. If we're that apathetic after only two years then...well...it's certainly not enough to save us.
 

Caduceus

Kingfisher
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Senate elections:



These are the 33 US states in which there will be a election for a senator on 6th of November 2018
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Arizona
California
Connecticut
Delaware
Florida
Hawaii
Indiana
Maine
Maryland
Massachusetts
Michigan
Minnesota
Mississippi
Missouri
Montana
Nebraska
Nevada
New Jersey
New Mexico
New York
North Dakota
Ohio
Pennsylvania
Rhode Island
Tennessee
Texas
Utah
Vermont
Virginia
Washington
West Virginia
Wisconsin
Wyoming




Many of the states with democratic senators actually voted for Trump as president in the 2016 elections, so we may see some big changes.



 

Barron

Ostrich
Gold Member
I'm still paranoid that they have some new way to rig elections/steal votes, hope it's just paranoia. But like Roosh is saying, the elites are getting desperate. The inevitable Red Wave is simply unacceptable to them
 
I really hope for a crushing GOP victory so I can post the Wonka Fizzy Lifting Drinks meme across the entire internet.

But mainly because I want a sign that America at large is rejecting the horseshit Democrat bitching and utter contempt for democracy.
 

YossariansRight

Ostrich
Gold Member
Larry Schweikart's final 2018 predictions:

“*AZ I think based on the EV numbers McSally has already won. Rs lead by 110,000 and ALL the metrics I see from the state GOP and the campaigns are really good. GOP women outvoting D women, significantly! AZ will have voted 80% of its total by election day, which is why I think it’s over for Enema. McSally should win by 3-5 points. I also think we’ll flip AZ1 (Wendy Rogers) though that’s a tigther race. As of yesterday, Rs had voted 51k in that district vs. 46k in 2016 at the same point. Ducey wins by almost 20. We lose McSally’s House seat, so it’s a wash coming out of AZ for the House-—but this was a pretty expected D gain, so that’s a win.

*FL This is the biggie, a trifecta with Gov, Senate, and 2-3 House seats. Right now we’re up 58,000. On election day 2016 we were DOWN 94,000 . . . but we have one last weekend to survive. In 2016, Ds turned out 50k “souls to the polls.” I think this year it will be closer to 35,000 or possibly as low as 33,000 due to the late voting Panhandle counties coming on line. Many red counties will be open Monday by special order. I think we go into election day up 30,000-—that would be a 125k flip from 2016 when Trump won by 113,000. My final projection is Rs win by 175,000-200,000, meaning Scott by 3-4 and DeSantis by 1-1.5. That turnout would ensure we keep FL26 and 27, but as crappy as Curbelo is in 27, we could afford to lose that seat.

*IA my numbers are a little old (early this week) but it looks like IA Ds-—who ALWAYS lead EV/absentees-—are down by about 50%. This means IA1 (thought endangered Rod Blum) should be safe, and with a little luck we might flip IA2. Rs vote on election day in IA and have increased their Registration since 2016.

*MO Hawley will win, probably by 6-8.

*IN Braun will win by 4-5, possibly more though, as I “sense” there is a huge red sleeping vote there that is about to explode. Just comments from people on the ground. A lot of IN evangelicals weren’t thrilled with Trump & some stayed home. Won’t happen this time.

*ND a runaway. Cramer by 12-15.

*MN THE big sleeper. Word is that Keith Ellison running for AG is sinking the whole D ticket. My guys are working for Doug Wardlow, his opponent, and think they will win. Their internals say up 7 (which is what Ellison’s internals say as well). They say Housley has a REAL shot at the Frankenberry seat and is up 2 in her internals. Many house races there. they think Jason Lewis will survive, and the Erik Paulson, considered dead, always finds a way to win and always underpolls. We have two D-R flips there, too (Stauber and Hagedorn) and the gov race is tied. They tell me the red areas are really turning out and there is another tape out there of Ellison hitting Karen Monaghan. We’ll see if that drops. Don’t be surprised if we win 1 senate seat and 3 House flips here!

*NM We should hold Steven Pearce’s race and NM1, I’m told, is closer than people think. No losses here, an outside chance for a flip.

*CA There are 14 R seats, and we are leading in early voting in every single one by very good margins. All but one are considered good enough margins by themselves to think these are safe. One is iffy. My “board” says we can lose two here and still hold the House. If we only lose one, wow. No flips I can find.

*NC both parties performing better than 2016 so far, Ds a tad bit better. But no statewide races and we only have two R seats to worry about, both of which look good. But we could lose one and not have it be fatal.

*KY Andy Barr (KY) is always viewed as a D flip, but he’s safe.

*GA Handel will hold her seat, and I think Kemp ekes out a win.

*NV Gonna be close. Huge turnout in Clark CO today. The key is, if we go into election day down only 20k, Heller will probably hold and we might win NV3 (Tarkanian, a flip). Outside shot at NV4, but the dynamics of the district aren’t as good as 3. Laxalt should win.

*UT Obviously Minion will win, but Mia Love could be in trouble. She’s running against the mayor of SLC in a heavy D district-—probably the only one in the state. So far, Minion hasn’t helped her at all.

*MT this is, next to MI, the hardest race for me to call cuz just no #s. Rs way up in early voting, but we can’t really track. It appears, from work done by Ravi, that the blue counties are down and the red counties are up. I think Rosendale wins by a point-—but this could go either way and could even be a blowout for Rosendale. Gianforte will hang on to his House seat.

*ND Heitkamp has been toast for 3 weeks.

*MO Hawley will win by 6 or so. Maybe a little more.

*IL I think we hold both the at-risk House seats, Roskam and Bost.

*MI very tough cuz no #S. Looks like turnout is through the roof in the red parts of the state; but turnout in the Swingy parts is actually down some. Don’t know if that’s good or bad. James had a big hole to crawl out of, and I think he’s down 4 or so, or Trump would be there. I’m guessing he loses.

*PA the darkest spot on the map for us. We’ll lose at least 3 House seats due to redistricting, lose the senate, and lose the Gov.

*VT, CT, MA gos races will very likely all go R.

*NJ Hugin running a hell of a race. He is my #1 “surprise” pick-—most likely to be a surprise on election night. House not so good there, I think we lose 2, but Lance hangs on, which is big.

*NY most prognosticators have us losing 2-3 seats here, but my guys are pretty confident we don’t lose ANY. John Faso, probably the most vulnerable, has an ally in actress Diane Neal (”Law & Order”) running on the whackjobCommieParty ticket. She will siphon off 5 points from the D.

*WI another hard one to call cuz no D/R data, but Walker always underpolls and outperforms, so he’ll hold. I think we hold Ryan’s seat. But the R numbers likely won’t be enough for Vukmir.

*TN Blackburn should win handily.

*OH Looks like Renacci is down about 3-4, but finally coming on. Rs have a 300,000 reg advantage. Steve Chabot and Brian Balderson are safe as best I can tell, and the DeWine/Cordray race is tight, perhaps 1 point. Would just guess DeWine wins.

*WV Manchin is supposedly down in one poll, up a couple in others. Trump going in there. This is very hard race for Morrissey because Manchin “did” vote for Kavanaugh, so Morrissey has to make the point that he WOULDN’T have if his vote had actually been the deciding vote. I think Manchin holds.

*TX Cruz by a mile, Abbott by two miles, and all three House guys hang on.

Bottom line: we should net 4-7 senate seats, but it’s possible if all dominoes fall we get as many as 8-9. Mississippi may be a runoff between two Rs.

I think we keep the House by 5-10 seats, in large part because NONE of the “professionals” have figured out we will likely flip 3-6 seats. I think they are assuming a lot of safe Rs in red districts will be turned out.

With the exception of Clark County, NV, and NC (slightly), Rs are substantially creaming Ds in early and absentee voting. We’ll see if that continues to hold up.”
 

godfather dust

Ostrich
Gold Member
NomadofEU said:
I'm still paranoid that they have some new way to rig elections/steal votes, hope it's just paranoia. But like Roosh is saying, the elites are getting desperate. The inevitable Red Wave is simply unacceptable to them
My biggest fear of the polls is not that they are right, but that they can be used to hide voter fraud (if the polls say a candidate is up by 5%, they win by 1, but remove the fraud and they lost by 8, it looks much more legit than if they were polling poorly and got the upset.) We already know fraud is going down, but not the extent of it.
 
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