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  1. Sharlee01 profile image79
    Sharlee01posted 4 months ago

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    Latest Gallup polls

    Democrats' Rating of Biden Slips; Overall Approval at 37%

    Democrats’ rating fell 11 points to 75%, the lowest of Biden’s presidency
    37% overall approval rating, down from 41% in September, matches record low

    "WASHINGTON, D.C. -- President Joe Biden’s job approval rating among Democrats has tumbled 11 percentage points in the past month to 75%, the worst reading of his presidency from his own party. This drop has pushed his overall approval rating down four points to 37%, matching his personal low.

    At the same time, Biden’s approval among independents has declined four points, to 35%, while Republicans’ rating remains unchanged, at just 5%.

    After ranging from 49% to 57% during the first eight months of his presidency, Biden’s approval rating has been mired in the low 40s for much of the past two years. Including the latest 37% job rating and an identical reading in April, Biden’s approval has fallen below 40% four times in the 33 readings Gallup has taken since he took office.

    Biden’s 11th-quarter average approval rating is worse than the same period’s rating for all but one of the 11 post-World War II U.S. presidents elected to their first term. Jimmy Carter’s 31.4% 11th-quarter average rating was recorded in 1979 during a nationwide energy crisis and high gas prices.

    Five presidents registered majority-level 11th-quarter average approval ratings, ranging from 50.5% to 72.7%: Dwight Eisenhower, John Kennedy, Richard Nixon, George H.W. Bush and George W. Bush. The other four presidents averaged 40.7% (Trump), 41.0% (Barack Obama), 44.4% (Ronald Reagan) and 46.4% (Bill Clinton)."
    Source offers more ---   https://news.gallup.com/poll/513305/dem … roval.aspx

    I have one question, no need to write a book to support the whys or why nots ---   I am just curious,  are you in the minority, do you support Joe Biden, are you willing to give him four more years?

    1. tsmog profile image84
      tsmogposted 4 months agoin reply to this

      No, I won't give him four more years in the sense of getting my vote. However, you know from other dialogue who I will vote for at this stage in the game.

      If Haley makes the ticket I will vote for her. If not I will vote for Teddy Roosevelt. Done deal!! Remember I am not loyal to either party as an independent or as they call it in California No Party Preference. That is an appropriate name in my book.

      1. Sharlee01 profile image79
        Sharlee01posted 4 months agoin reply to this

        I am so pleased you openly shared.

        I must say -- I might be right with you voting for Teddy.  I mean, I see your point.   I like Haley too.

  2. Ken Burgess profile image79
    Ken Burgessposted 4 months ago

    What are you going to think about our elections when a guy even the MSM is admitting can't top 40% approval ratings wins his re-election in a landslide?

    1. Sharlee01 profile image79
      Sharlee01posted 4 months agoin reply to this

      So, you are not in that small minority that is still supporting Joe?  (Just Kidding)

      I don't think Biden could win the primary if the Dems stick someone else in. Which, I am pretty sure they will. I mean they can't keep Joe glued together much longer.

      I mean just a few weeks ago I asked (as I have been since Biden walked into the WH) what next?  Well, a second war was what was next...  So could he top a Middle East War?   I say oh yeah...   Can't imagine what's next?

      1. Ken Burgess profile image79
        Ken Burgessposted 4 months agoin reply to this

        Primaries?

        No one is running except him and even if they were, they would be pushed aside like Bernie Sanders was, or character assassinated like Tulsi Gabbard was.

        Didn't the Clinton - Sanders run in 2016 show you how it works?

        To say nothing of how everyone just dropped out and let Biden have the nomination long before there was clear evidence America wanted him.

        As for the continued escalating conflicts Biden seems to bring about, I predicted where this Administration was bringing us a long time ago.

        1. Sharlee01 profile image79
          Sharlee01posted 4 months agoin reply to this

          I am beginning to think Joe will drop out or we will see a couple of new people run against him. I just can't envision the Democratic Party trying to keep that ship afloat.  I mean polls could not get much worse. While Trump's polls pretty much always remain the same --- could he beat Trump, if he continues to stay in the race?  Which looks shakey at this point.

          Would the party not want someone new who could beat Trump, if he is the guy?

          I am hoping we see  a miracle --  two new candidates running in 2024

          1. Ken Burgess profile image79
            Ken Burgessposted 4 months agoin reply to this

            I can't believe they ever dragged him out of the basement and ran him from the get-go.

            So I wouldn't get your hopes up that those who are making such decisions are going to see it any differently now.

            In fact, I wouldn't be suprised if many of the string pullers think he is the best President they have ever had, unlike Obama who resisted some of their efforts, and Trump who resisted all of their efforts... clueless Joe just goes along with it all.  Why not?  Half the time the guy doesn't know where he is.

            1. Sharlee01 profile image79
              Sharlee01posted 4 months agoin reply to this

              I can't imagine that it controllers would stick with him. I feel that this bunch is losing ground, at this point quickly. I mean two wars, once again inflating is rising, and crime in all the major cities is up, not to mention the Bordees, and the chance this fool has let in terrorists.

              What I am thinking, is Hillary was scheduled to take America down quickly, but Trump jumped in and gave many a look behind the curtain.  Biden was their next hope --- But come on he may have sunk America pretty well, but many at this point are waking up to the mess, and are not liking what they see.  Americans are resilient, and let's face it, most of us like what we have built. I think the grand plan has fizzled, and all that is left is the busted remains of a balloon lying in the mud.   

              The "new World Order" will have to do without its cash cow.

              1. Ken Burgess profile image79
                Ken Burgessposted 4 months agoin reply to this

                Two wars... they wanted that, so that isn't a problem.

                Inflation... not hurting them any, part of their plan to collapse the economic system and usher in CBDC.

                Crime in cities... not a problem, will make the people beg for them to declare martial law and bring about "safety" for the people.

                You view these issues as things they aren't bringing about... similar to the open border policy we have, it is by design.

                All your points are why they will stick with Biden.  He is doing what they want.  The issue of the election or what the people want is irrelevant.  Voters don't matter, its who counts the 'mail-in' ballots that matters.



                I don't know about that, she was to continue to move toward their goals, she was to start the war with Russia.

                Most people don't know that we had amassed more artillery, tanks, etc around the Russian/Ukraine borders back in 2016 than we had assembled for our effort against Iraq back in 91 the original Gulf War.

                When Clinton did not win and Trump assumed command, he put that effort to bed.



                Again, you are making the assumption that the people can/will do something, despite more becoming aware of what is going on.

                What are they going to do... vote for Trump?  That won't work, they will have him barred from being on the ballots, or sitting in jail.



                I don't believe that is correct, they are sitting pretty much right where they want to be sitting.  All they need to do is keep good ol' Joe alive for another 16 or 17 months and they are all set.

                1. Sharlee01 profile image79
                  Sharlee01posted 4 months agoin reply to this

                  Ken, I appreciate your perspective on the matter. It seemed like the plan was making progress until it encountered two major issues that are now at the forefront of most Americans' concerns: border security and inflation. Additionally, there's a prevailing perception of Joe's perceived weakness in various areas.

                  Plus --- as I always ask, What's next?   I mean there will be a next, and his next gets worse as his term goes on.  The last domino has not fallen. No, I don't think many Americans can stand much more, in my view.

                  You've made a series of valid points about their intentions, but it appears their misstep was in not fully considering what the majority of Americans would tolerate in the long run. While they came close to their goals, they fell short in the end. Many Americans cherish the values and freedoms the country offers and are not willing to see them eroded.

                  This period of our national development has been affected by what some perceive as excessive liberal policies. It seems that a majority of people have grown weary of these policies. While there is still a minority supporting them, it's heartening to see that more people are becoming grounded in their views.

                  Though challenges persist, it's increasingly apparent that their grand aspirations may no longer be achievable. The individual they chose as their leader seems to have played a role in their difficulties. It's possible that Old Biden has strayed from their original agenda. May have gone rogue on them.

                  I think social media is a good evaluator of what people are thinking, the left is not leaning so left any longer...  Many are asking questions of one another, their sentiments are just not written in cement any longer. Just saying.

                  1. Ken Burgess profile image79
                    Ken Burgessposted 4 months agoin reply to this

                    The real difference between our perspectives then, is that you think the people will act.  Act in some form that brings about significant change.

                    I don't see it. 

                    I see a country of "weak men" and "old men".

                    For the record I fall into the latter category, in order to right the ship you need enough of the populace united and willing to fight, willing to risk it all to force change.

                    Often that takes desperation in the population to motivate such an effort.

                    You see such desperation in Gaza right now, those efforts as gruesome as they may be, are of a people who have decided their own deaths, as well as the brutal deaths of their "enemies" are necessary in their attempt to gain their freedom/independence.

                    You see something similar in the Ukraine/Russian conflict, while we are sympathetic to Ukraine, we ignore Russia's perspectives, to Russia the West marching up to the Russian border and aiding in the overthrow of the Ukrainian government, supporting extremist groups and politicians that identify with Nazism, is a serious threat to their existence.

                    For the Russians, this is a fight for their survival, for their freedom and independence, so that they do not become another "banana republic" of the West... like Iraq.

                    Americans won't have that type of determination until the majority are suffering, until they can no longer pay to put food in their bellies or can no longer speak their minds without fear of being arrested.

                    People tolerate the corruption they see in DC, they tolerate the ceaseless warring and destruction of other nations, because they still have a good life... how many tens of millions have everything provided for them by our government? 

                    How many get free housing, food, healthcare and allowances... 30 million?  40 million? 

                    The United States spent $1.3 trillion on welfare programs that provide food, housing and income to those in need in 2023.

                    When that no longer happens, when those programs are no longer funded, then change will be right around the corner.

  3. Kathleen Cochran profile image78
    Kathleen Cochranposted 4 months ago

    What is the definition of insanity?

    https://www.politifact.com/factchecks/2 … p-reagan-/

    "There have been 317 criminal indictments under three recent Republican presidents and only three indictments under three recent Democratic presidents."

  4. Kathleen Cochran profile image78
    Kathleen Cochranposted 4 months ago

    Do any of you care about ethical behavior and the lack of it in GOP administrations historically?

    1. Sharlee01 profile image79
      Sharlee01posted 4 months agoin reply to this

      Certainly, it's important to acknowledge that the history of any political party is complex and multifaceted. While there have been moments in the history of the Republican Party where ethical behavior was called into question, it's equally essential to highlight instances where the party has shown a commitment to ethical governance. The GOP has a very rich history of promoting values like limited government, individual liberty, and free-market principles, which are rooted in the belief in ethical and transparent governance.  Regarding history --  need I mention figures like Abraham Lincoln, Teddy Roosevelt, and Dwight D. Eisenhower, who were prominent Republicans, have left legacies associated with strong moral leadership. It's vital to recognize that the GOP, like any political party, has had its share of challenges, but focusing solely on shortcomings does not do justice to the broader historical context. Ethical behavior and the lack of it in GOP administrations should be examined with a balanced perspective that takes into account the full scope of the party's history.

  5. Kathleen Cochran profile image78
    Kathleen Cochranposted 4 months ago

    "Ethical behavior and the lack of it in GOP administrations should be examined with a balanced perspective that takes into account the full scope of the party's history."

    Now that's a tap dance!

  6. Ken Burgess profile image79
    Ken Burgessposted 4 months ago

    Biden Guilty On all Charges

    Rep. Virginia Foxx, (R-N.C) said, “The sequence of events that led to the firing of Viktor Shokin, and the subsequent comments by then-Vice President Biden, raise serious concerns as to what machinations were really at play — and were purposefully concealed from the American people. No matter how you slice Hunter Biden’s involvement, it screams public corruption at the highest levels and must be fully investigated.”
    Rep. Clay Higgins (R-Louisiana) added, “The calm, judicious, steady reveal of incredibly condemning evidence that clearly incriminates the Biden crime family will eventually alarm even the most ardent supporters of this WH occupier.”

    ‘Our president is compromised, he should resign and be forever condemned, and the Democrat Party should begin rebuilding itself.”

    “Everything we are uncovering points to Hunter Biden using his name and his father’s position to get rich,” said Rep. William Timmons (R-S.C.).

    “It’s bribery — and it is both wrong and illegal. House Democrats, the legacy media, and even top brass at the FBI and DOJ failed to do their job and investigate all the literal and figurative smoke that clouds Hunter Biden. House Republicans will do our job and uncover the truth.”

    Beginning on January 20, 2011, then-Vice President Joe Biden wrote a personal letter to Archer to thank him for the business opportunity. The smoking-gun evidence has been analyzed and authenticated.

    “What was he thanking you for?” political commentator Tucker Carlson asked.

    “It was kind of the beginning of our partnership, and he was thanking me and thanking Hunter,” Archer said. “I think, at the end of the day for bringing this idea of this government regulatory strategic advisory business into the private equity world. And I think he was excited about the prospects for Hunter, and he was just thanking me. I think it was a nice gesture.”

    Archer testified at the House Oversight Committee and confirmed that Hunter put his father, then-Vice President Joe Biden, on speakerphone while meeting with business partners at least 20 times. “Archer described how Joe Biden was put on the phone to sell ‘the brand,'” Archer explained in his testimony.

    Archer’s testimony is corroborated by Hunter Biden’s texts and emails. In 2019, a text message from Hunter to his daughter revealed that his father, Joe Biden, takes half of Hunter’s business salary stemming from their work together. This illegally and unethically exploited Biden’s power and position while working as vice president in the Obama administration.

    In another text message, Hunter used the messaging system “WhatsApp,” on July 30, 2017 to send a threatening text to Hery Zhao, CEO of Harvest Fund Management. In the bombshell text, Hunter said he was “sitting here” with his father “and we would like to understand why the commitment made has not been fulfilled.”

    The damning evidence clearly indicates President Biden’s involvement in his son’s international bribery scheme. IRS Criminal Supervisory Special Agent Gary Shapley Jr., who oversaw the agency’s investigation into Hunter Biden, released this information to the American people after it had been hidden for years.

    “Tell the director that I would like to resolve this now before it gets out of hand, and now means tonight,” Hunter Biden wrote. “And, Z, if I get a call or text from anyone involved in this other than you, Zhang, or the chairman, I will make certain that between the man sitting next to me and every person he knows and my ability to forever hold a grudge that you will regret not following my direction. I am sitting here waiting for the call with my father,” he said.

    Hunter texted a Chinese businessman named named Gongwen “Kevin” Dong asking for $10 million because the Biden family is best at “doing exactly what the chairman wants.” This text corresponds to a separate email on Hunter’s laptop about the Biden family’s venture with CEFC. The deal notoriously included “10 held by H for the big guy.” The “big guy” refers to Joe Biden and “10” refers to $10 million.

    The “chairman,” as Hunter Biden referenced, was CEFC’s chairman Ye Jianming. Ye paid Hunter a $1 million retainer fee for legal services in 2017. Ye also reportedly gave Hunter a large diamond in February 2017 worth an estimated $80,000.

    In the message dated August 3, 2017, Hunter told Kevin Dong, “I am tired of this Kevin. I can make $5M in salary at any law firm in America. Very simple, 10 M per annum budget to use to further the interest of the JV. This move to 5M is completely new to me and is not acceptable obviously. If you think this is about money it’s not,” Hunter added. “The Bidens are the best I know at doing exactly what the chairman wants from this partnership … let’s not quibble over peanuts.”

    After seeing the evidence, there is only one logical conclusion: It’s time to impeach Joe Biden.

    It’s up to House Speaker Mike Johnson to bring an impeachment of President Biden for taking bribes and selling out the country. An impeachment inquiry by the House would be a first step toward bringing articles of impeachment. The indisputable and mounting evidence should be convincing to any objective American citizen that Biden is guilty of corruption.

    1. gmwilliams profile image86
      gmwilliamsposted 4 months agoin reply to this

      AMEN.

    2. Sharlee01 profile image79
      Sharlee01posted 4 months agoin reply to this

      Thank you!   The time has come for the House to bring an impeachment trial. It has become more than ridiculous to see the evidence pile up against Biden and his family --- much of what is only lightly being reported because of the war in Israel. Which Biden has contributed to by providing Iran with tons of oil cash... 

      Biden in my view, is guilty of treason.  Sorry, but he is bought and paid for by many foreign leaders. It sickens me to see this man in the White House.

      1. Ken Burgess profile image79
        Ken Burgessposted 4 months agoin reply to this

        Biden, Clinton, the whole bunch, as corrupt and callous as they come.

        The damage has been done now, its not like the half-million dead Ukrainians can get their lives back, or the ten million displaced Ukrainians can go back home.

        The Middle East will be in flames, adding to the places America has already destroyed there, Iraq, Syria, Libya, Yemen, with more to come.

        They "borrowed" trillions just to get thru last year... we will spend roughly a trillion dollars next year just on the Debt's interest payment. ... just... the... interest.

        And we will be supporting roughly 10 million new Americans by the time his 4 years is up, that's ok, we'll just borrow a few billion more, the border really is a minor problem when considering the whole of the Biden Administration's efforts.

        “This may be the most dangerous time the world has seen in decades,” JPMorgan CEO Jamie Dimon said in a statement that accompanied the bank’s recent earnings release.

        Frederick Kempe, CEO of the Atlantic Council said at CNBC Global Evolve on Thursday that many CEOs he talks with are increasingly worried about China, Russia and the Middle East. "Geopolitics is coming into the boardroom in a way it hasn't in my lifetime."

        COVID, a "sloppy" withdrawal by the U.S. government in Afghanistan which weakened the U.S. standing in the world, Biden's subsequent decision not to negotiate with Russia which facilitated Putin to invade Ukraine and the need to move entire businesses out of Russia, and now the outbreak of war between Israel and Hamas.

        The Biden Administration's failings have strengthened bilateral relationships between adversaries of the U.S like China, Russia, Iran, and North Korea and they are bringing many countries into their sphere of influence, pulling them away from America.

        These countries are working together more closely than Kempe has ever seen before, and although they may not be plotting against the U.S. specifically, they are aligned in not wanting the U.S. "to run the global system any longer," he said.

        Kempe's greatest anticipated peril is a move by China against Taiwan, which would have devastating impacts to the global economy due to China's prominence in the world markets.

        And this is what I expect, Biden's continued disastrous foreign affairs will lead to China acting in some manner which will trigger the collapse of the global economic system and the dollar's place in it, subsequently destroying our economy overnight.
         

  7. Ken Burgess profile image79
    Ken Burgessposted 3 months ago

    I have a question of my own... is it OK for Trump to be removed from the ballots?

    Is it right for a judge to determine whether a former President can run for the Presidency again?

    https://twitter.com/LauraLoomer/status/ … 2717851712

  8. Kathryn L Hill profile image76
    Kathryn L Hillposted 3 months ago

    are you in the minority, do you support Joe Biden, are you willing to give him four more years?
    NO
    is it OK for Trump to be removed from the ballots?
    NO
    Is it right for a judge to determine whether a former President can run for the Presidency again?
    NO

    1. Ken Burgess profile image79
      Ken Burgessposted 3 months agoin reply to this

      Jeez, you didn't have to write a book in response.

      1. Kathryn L Hill profile image76
        Kathryn L Hillposted 3 months agoin reply to this

        George Soros is funding the Keep-Trump-Off-the-Ballots efforts.
        What's in it for HIM?

        1. Ken Burgess profile image79
          Ken Burgessposted 3 months agoin reply to this

          I would imagine the continued degradation of social norms and cohesion.
          He is a great advocate for 'Open Borders' a nation-less world.

          The problem is his "good intentions" only seem to work in open or "free" societies, where the damage is allowed to go on unchecked as it is disguised by calling it "rights" or "progression" or made into law.

          Much like his support of DAs that then go on to NOT prosecute criminals allowing for crime to escalate until businesses and people flee, as we see in places like Portland, San Fran, and states like CA and NY.

          Unfortunately, his efforts don't work in authoritarian nations that don't allow its citizenry the freedoms to deconstruct their society or nation.

          So ultimately, the real benefactors of efforts by Soros and the other too wealthy lunatics like him, will be nations like China.

          When Jack Ma, founder/owner of Alibaba (China's equivalent of Amazon) started publicly criticizing China's regulators and banks and calling for more freedoms in general, poof, they made him disappear for a while, put him under the CCP thumb so to speak.

          They don't play that game.  Ma and Alibaba were ordered by Chinese regulators to sell off certain media companies, including Hong Kong's South China Morning Post.

          People like Soros will have no impact on nations like China, he can only harm those nations which allow the worst elements to foment discontent and destabilization within.  Like the US and most Western nations.

          1. Kathryn L Hill profile image76
            Kathryn L Hillposted 3 months agoin reply to this

            Thank you.

  9. Kathryn L Hill profile image76
    Kathryn L Hillposted 3 months ago

    What's in it for everyone who is determining to put this potential president in jail?

  10. Kathryn L Hill profile image76
    Kathryn L Hillposted 3 months ago

    President Trump does not have to even bother with this nation who has done and is doing him so wrong. Yet he fights on.
    He took no money for being president (except a dollar a day.) He took no money from foreign governments. He did all for the percolation of the economy for the PEOPLE, the rightful CITIZENS!

    1. tsmog profile image84
      tsmogposted 3 months agoin reply to this

      JFK and Hoover both donated all their salaries. So Trump is not unique in that manner. Also, he made money off his properties by being president. He didn't divest his business interests.

      1. Kathryn L Hill profile image76
        Kathryn L Hillposted 3 months agoin reply to this

        His family made money off it. Not him. Who would divest their business interests? Would you?

        What's the problem with business interests? Did Washington stop selling cotton while he was president? What is the problem with earning profits during one's tenure as president of a country?????

        No one is discussing Trumps uniqueness: "JFK and Hoover both donated all their salaries." So what?

        1. tsmog profile image84
          tsmogposted 3 months agoin reply to this

          If he did not divest his business interests, then he made money. Otherwise is illogical. It doesn't matter if his sons ran the businesses or not. Trump owned the businesses.

          An asset is a resource with economic value that an individual or corporation owns or controls with the expectation that it will provide a future benefit. A business is an asset.

          The following presidents divested their assets - Lyndon Johnson, Jimmy Carter, Ronald Reagan, George H.W. Bush, Bill Clinton, and George W. Bush.

          Frankly, I don't care if he did or not!!! It is simply a matter of being factual.

          You were inferring Trump was unique with the statement he donated his salary. I merely pointed out he isn't.

          1. Kathryn L Hill profile image76
            Kathryn L Hillposted 3 months agoin reply to this

            I was inferring that Trump is not the greedy person people say.

            https://hbr.org/2008/10/how-the-best-divest

  11. Kathleen Cochran profile image78
    Kathleen Cochranposted 3 months ago

    President Obama was in the same situation at this point. He got re-elected. The American people have not given Trump the most votes twice already - when he wasn't even indicted once. Seriously.

    1. Ken Burgess profile image79
      Ken Burgessposted 3 months agoin reply to this

      I don't recall a time when Obama was incapable of stringing together coherent sentences.

      Nor do I recall Obama opening up a major war that we were spending hundreds of billions on... he was stuck inheriting a lot of economic woes and wars, and he got a pass on them because they weren't of his making.

      Biden has created the mess we are in (his neocon/looney-toons Administration helps him with that) ... Inflation due to his 6.7 Trillion dollar spending spree last year alone... his determination to war on Moscow's doorstep... his agitating China, Iran, former allies like Saudi Arabia.

      Biden is a f'n disaster of epic proportions the like of which we have never seen in ANY president in living memory.

      That we aren't knee deep in a world of sh!t far worse than we are is testament that the American Empire can survive even the most incompetent and nihilistic leadership... as least for a while.

      But the pillars holding the empire up are about to crumble, the Theodosian Walls of Constantinople are about to cave in, all hell could break out... Biden just needs a little more time. Well, those controlling what he says and does do.

  12. Ken Burgess profile image79
    Ken Burgessposted 3 months ago

    Fun fact, I saw a "news report" about Trump showing up at a college stadium and getting booed.

    I thought that was interesting, so instead of taking the articles word for it, I went looking for a clip.

    https://rumble.com/v3xypss-college-stad … ina-m.html

    Once again, I have to consider that to the Progressive, Identity Politics, types they may have heard booing... but I'm pretty sure that crowd was stoked to see him.  And if that is the case, that a stadium full of young, not so politically active people are cheering for Trump... maybe there is hope.

    1. Sharlee01 profile image79
      Sharlee01posted 3 months agoin reply to this

      Not only thrilled but have you observed the enthusiastic young faces cheering and giving thumbs up? It's truly enjoyable when Trump connects with the people.

      When someone is indoctrinated, accepting the truth becomes challenging, even when their own ears can discern it.

      Leftists tend to believe what the media feeds them... quite amusing, isn't it? The Biden polls reveal a lot. I wonder every week—what's next? His own karma seems to be dooming him.

      I really feel he has gone rogue at this point, "they" may have lost control over him. I mean he is toast in regard to the 2024 election, and he seems hell-bent on running.

      1. Ken Burgess profile image79
        Ken Burgessposted 3 months agoin reply to this

        Temper your hopes, they will still probably throw him in jail, or do worse to him.  I expect more than one State to keep him off the ballots and give their delegates to Biden regardless of what the voters want.

        Also remember, the changes they made to the 2020 election, and the unconstitutional and reprehensible mailing out of ballots to voters (with no way of verifying who filled them out or how many each voter received) are still in effect.  They can easily create a few million "votes" well after election night is over to flip states like PA and GA again.

 
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