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The video isn't wrong but kind of overblown. He says that certain things are unprecedented that aren't (like FBI shenanigans).

IMO, one of the cultural reasons for US dominance on the world stage is that every so often we have these fatalistic, "we aren't coming back from this" freakout moments, which leads to avoiding what was thought to be an inevitable decline.
 
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...the liberal media has been doubling, tripling down on their lying and will get worse closer the election gets here....



This guy is a beast of a writer. Thoughtful, deep and brilliant. His entire post/article is worth the reads.


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4) The Left is terrified that growing voter repugnance now extends even to traditional Democratic constituencies—Latinos, Blacks, Asians, Jews, the young, and even the college educated. And the Left privately grasps that these defections are fueled not just by the obnoxiousness and dementia of Joe Biden, but due to his far-left agendas that left us with abhorrent inflation, wild unsustainable federal deficits, a lethal open border, 10-million unaudited and often dangerous illegal aliens, foreign policy catastrophes, woke racial and tribal disunity, spiraling urban crime, and cultural extremism. Leftists accept that while in secret they blame the cognitively challenged Joe for their dilemmas, deep-down they know that “The fault, dear Brutus, is not in our stars, but in ourselves”—that is, in their own failed revolution that has utterly repulsed Americans and nearly destroyed the country.

5) In the next five months, the Left and Democrats know that they must pander to try to save themselves. But the more Biden panders, the more obvious, repugnant, and counterproductive the pandering becomes. The public is growing sick of Biden’s 11th-hour groveling to save himself from his self-created oblivion. And the more in his last days as President he drains even more the strategic petroleum reserve, the more he cancels student loan debt, the more he abandons Israel to win a few thousand votes in Michigan, the more he pressures the Fed to lower interest rates, the more he flips on tariffs, and the more he grants blanket amnesties to illegal aliens—all the more the country at large becomes disgusted at the low effort to temporarily appease particular voting blocs at the expense of the general interest of the country.
 
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A Short Anatomy of a Biden Disaster

There really was not a debate last night, merely a one-sided slugfest. The arguments over the issues, such as they were, were over in 30 minutes. The rest was unnecessary. In bullfighting terms, the end-stage tercio de muerte lasted an entire hour.

The back-and-forth invective was overshadowed by Biden thrashing about and the accompanying optics of a near comatose President of the United States.

One candidate was animated and alive; the other cognitively inert, despite apparently more than a week of rest and preparation and perhaps medications. No one believes Biden had a “cold,” given he seemed like the real Biden we’ve all seen over the last four years. He did not ever come out with a wild screaming fit as in his State of the Union address or the creepy Phantom of the Opera semi-fascist rant.

So, Biden was hoarse and almost impossible to understand. He slurred his words; his sentences were jumbled. Sometimes Biden closed his eyes during a brain freeze. Some of his repartee was unworldly, like beating Medicare or women raped by family members (including “sisters”?)

Most of the time, he simply looked down (were they notes?) for talking points, and then recited his prepped and formulaic canned replies, one ... two ... three….

Of course, some have pointed out that Trump could have been more detailed in his answers in the fashion De Santis dissected Newsom, but he was still vigorous—no notes, ad hoc, and did what he had to do in comparing his successful record to Biden’s failures. Trump stayed calm as Biden’s prepared slurs trailed off into never-never land.

Again, it took Trump about 10 minutes to explain his record on inflation, the border, taxes, foreign policy, and abortion.

And after that it was the story of an 82-year-old man forced to stand for an hour-and-a-half and in muddled efforts to remember all the things he was told to say and to follow the prompts on the rostrum.

Biden slandered Trump as a sexual alley cat, a convicted felon, and an insurrectionist while resurrecting all the old, debunked boilerplate: the “suckers” allegation, the tired Charlottesville debunked charge; and oddly blaming Trump for Biden’s own failures like inflation, the border, crime, Afghanistan, Iran, Gaza. etc.

Trump sometimes proved repetitive as he pulled no punches in serially and monotonously describing Biden as the “worst” president in history—but he often used that line successfully to point out he had no desire to go through his current ordeal had Biden just been a mediocre president rather than a trainwreck.

Sometimes the deep visceral antipathy that both harbored for each other became off-putting or, if you like, hilarious, as when it descended into rival boasts about golfing.

But again, these are just minor irrelevant details to what otherwise was an ungodly Biden disaster, of losing his train of thought, of those dead blank stares, of looking downward cribbing from something or other, and of an angry scowl, frightening voice and scary pallor.

The post-debate clips and commentary will be brutal for Biden. And the media who stuck to the years-long ‘narrative’ of an astounding Biden mind should be disgraced and ashamed for the nearly four-year ruse they played on the American people and the vitriol they leveled at anyone who simply told the truth about Biden’s condition.

Russia, China, Iran, and North Korea are all today wondering whether this non-president means they have a window of opportunity before January 20, 2024, to do something really stupid, as they calibrate and argue over who really is running America?

A good question, ranging from the Obamas’ third-term team—to no one at all.
9:32 AM · Jun 28, 2024
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A Short Anatomy of a Biden Disaster

There really was not a debate last night, merely a one-sided slugfest. The arguments over the issues, such as they were, were over in 30 minutes. The rest was unnecessary. In bullfighting terms, the end-stage tercio de muerte lasted an entire hour.

The back-and-forth invective was overshadowed by Biden thrashing about and the accompanying optics of a near comatose President of the United States.

One candidate was animated and alive; the other cognitively inert, despite apparently more than a week of rest and preparation and perhaps medications. No one believes Biden had a “cold,” given he seemed like the real Biden we’ve all seen over the last four years. He did not ever come out with a wild screaming fit as in his State of the Union address or the creepy Phantom of the Opera semi-fascist rant.

So, Biden was hoarse and almost impossible to understand. He slurred his words; his sentences were jumbled. Sometimes Biden closed his eyes during a brain freeze. Some of his repartee was unworldly, like beating Medicare or women raped by family members (including “sisters”?)

Most of the time, he simply looked down (were they notes?) for talking points, and then recited his prepped and formulaic canned replies, one ... two ... three….

Of course, some have pointed out that Trump could have been more detailed in his answers in the fashion De Santis dissected Newsom, but he was still vigorous—no notes, ad hoc, and did what he had to do in comparing his successful record to Biden’s failures. Trump stayed calm as Biden’s prepared slurs trailed off into never-never land.

Again, it took Trump about 10 minutes to explain his record on inflation, the border, taxes, foreign policy, and abortion.

And after that it was the story of an 82-year-old man forced to stand for an hour-and-a-half and in muddled efforts to remember all the things he was told to say and to follow the prompts on the rostrum.

Biden slandered Trump as a sexual alley cat, a convicted felon, and an insurrectionist while resurrecting all the old, debunked boilerplate: the “suckers” allegation, the tired Charlottesville debunked charge; and oddly blaming Trump for Biden’s own failures like inflation, the border, crime, Afghanistan, Iran, Gaza. etc.

Trump sometimes proved repetitive as he pulled no punches in serially and monotonously describing Biden as the “worst” president in history—but he often used that line successfully to point out he had no desire to go through his current ordeal had Biden just been a mediocre president rather than a trainwreck.

Sometimes the deep visceral antipathy that both harbored for each other became off-putting or, if you like, hilarious, as when it descended into rival boasts about golfing.

But again, these are just minor irrelevant details to what otherwise was an ungodly Biden disaster, of losing his train of thought, of those dead blank stares, of looking downward cribbing from something or other, and of an angry scowl, frightening voice and scary pallor.

The post-debate clips and commentary will be brutal for Biden. And the media who stuck to the years-long ‘narrative’ of an astounding Biden mind should be disgraced and ashamed for the nearly four-year ruse they played on the American people and the vitriol they leveled at anyone who simply told the truth about Biden’s condition.

Russia, China, Iran, and North Korea are all today wondering whether this non-president means they have a window of opportunity before January 20, 2024, to do something really stupid, as they calibrate and argue over who really is running America?

A good question, ranging from the Obamas’ third-term team—to no one at all.
9:32 AM · Jun 28, 2024
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Animal Farm Democrats

Leftists make up things as they go along, as yesterday’s heresies (e.g., Biden seems demented) become today’s orthodoxies (e.g. Biden really is demented)—depending on the current party directive about what is most advantageous.

So many of the Democrats current dilemmas are self-inflicted— a result of their often illegal and always unethical efforts to warp democracy that boomerang upon them and remind us that hubris really does earn nemesis.

Note that there would never have been any presidential immunity suit before the Supreme Court had the Biden administration just not orchestrated local, state, and federal prosecutors to neuter Trump, Joe Biden’s 2024 presidential opponent.

That current lawfare effort marked the third sequential attempt to sabotage a political opponent’s campaign—following Hillary’s 2016 Russian “collusion”/Steele “dossier” scam, and Joe’s 2020 Russian “disinformation”/ “51 intelligence authorities” ruse.

In other words, had Nathan Wade not synchronized with the White House counsel’s office, had Merrick Garland not had his third-ranking federal prosecutor take over the Manhattan prosecution from the incompetent Alvin Bragg, and had not Garland picked the biased and previously failed special counsel Jack Smith to hound and rush to judgement Trump, the question of presidential immunity from Biden’s orchestrated lawfare would have never come up before the court.

The leftwing panic over Biden’s cognitive decline in the debate is not because he is clearly unable to fulfill the duties of a president (is there any other job in America that Joe Biden could perform other than being in charge of the nuclear codes?), and thus might injure the country. The hysteria instead arises solely because he might lose the Democrats power, either by losing the election—or by winning it, then crashing, and passing the country off into the hands of a cackling Kamala Harris.

Joe Biden should rejoice over the Supreme Court immunity ruling. After all, as president he knowingly and unlawfully kept classified files in his numerous private residences. He only came forward in fear—after siccing a special counsel after Trump for the same alleged crimes—that someone might ask whether Joe himself had such files.

Remember also that Biden’s ghostwriter Mark Zwonitzer was illegally given access to the files by Biden, and then in Hillary-style defied a federal subpoena by destroying taped evidence of such breaches—and with complete impunity.

Had the Democrats not gone berserk when Robert Hur found Biden indictable, save for his cognitive decline that would supposedly win him sympathy from a nullifying jury, and instead simply had agreed that Joe was near senile, and thus should have been indicted, then they would have had months and a real primary to have selected a living, breathing candidate.

Given the Harris dilemma—will any future presidential candidate ever again demagogue before the convention by boasting that he would pick his VP running-mate on the basis of race and gender (unless he is an incumbent facing conviction and removal, and thus envisions a mediocre VP candidate as an insurance policy)?

Why after years of the left caricaturing the Trump orange dermis, did an ashen Joe Biden reemerge bright Trumpian orange after his disastrous debate? Will any leftist ever again caricature the Trump tan that apparently now has offered a model of recovery for an in-extremis pallid Biden? Will this start a trend—emerge after a disastrous performance bright orange to reassure the nation you are A-Ok?

How could Chuck Schumer now grandstand and seriously say anything about Supreme Court decorum? In 2020 at the head of a frenzied pro-abortion throng, he threatented two justices by name and implied violence upon their persons? (“I want to tell you Gorsuch. I want to tell you Kavanaugh. You have released the whirlwind, and you will pay the price. You won’t know what hit you”)?

Months later protestors, showed up illegally—but exempt from arrest given the conservative targets of their intimidation—at the homes of the justices, among them a would-be assassin.

The more Democrats grow hysterical, thrash about, and connive, all the more so they self-destruct.
5:52 PM · Jul 3, 2024
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Victor Davis Hanson
@VDHanson

Animal Farm Democrats

Leftists make up things as they go along, as yesterday’s heresies (e.g., Biden seems demented) become today’s orthodoxies (e.g. Biden really is demented)—depending on the current party directive about what is most advantageous.

So many of the Democrats current dilemmas are self-inflicted— a result of their often illegal and always unethical efforts to warp democracy that boomerang upon them and remind us that hubris really does earn nemesis.

Note that there would never have been any presidential immunity suit before the Supreme Court had the Biden administration just not orchestrated local, state, and federal prosecutors to neuter Trump, Joe Biden’s 2024 presidential opponent.

That current lawfare effort marked the third sequential attempt to sabotage a political opponent’s campaign—following Hillary’s 2016 Russian “collusion”/Steele “dossier” scam, and Joe’s 2020 Russian “disinformation”/ “51 intelligence authorities” ruse.

In other words, had Nathan Wade not synchronized with the White House counsel’s office, had Merrick Garland not had his third-ranking federal prosecutor take over the Manhattan prosecution from the incompetent Alvin Bragg, and had not Garland picked the biased and previously failed special counsel Jack Smith to hound and rush to judgement Trump, the question of presidential immunity from Biden’s orchestrated lawfare would have never come up before the court.

The leftwing panic over Biden’s cognitive decline in the debate is not because he is clearly unable to fulfill the duties of a president (is there any other job in America that Joe Biden could perform other than being in charge of the nuclear codes?), and thus might injure the country. The hysteria instead arises solely because he might lose the Democrats power, either by losing the election—or by winning it, then crashing, and passing the country off into the hands of a cackling Kamala Harris.

Joe Biden should rejoice over the Supreme Court immunity ruling. After all, as president he knowingly and unlawfully kept classified files in his numerous private residences. He only came forward in fear—after siccing a special counsel after Trump for the same alleged crimes—that someone might ask whether Joe himself had such files.

Remember also that Biden’s ghostwriter Mark Zwonitzer was illegally given access to the files by Biden, and then in Hillary-style defied a federal subpoena by destroying taped evidence of such breaches—and with complete impunity.

Had the Democrats not gone berserk when Robert Hur found Biden indictable, save for his cognitive decline that would supposedly win him sympathy from a nullifying jury, and instead simply had agreed that Joe was near senile, and thus should have been indicted, then they would have had months and a real primary to have selected a living, breathing candidate.

Given the Harris dilemma—will any future presidential candidate ever again demagogue before the convention by boasting that he would pick his VP running-mate on the basis of race and gender (unless he is an incumbent facing conviction and removal, and thus envisions a mediocre VP candidate as an insurance policy)?

Why after years of the left caricaturing the Trump orange dermis, did an ashen Joe Biden reemerge bright Trumpian orange after his disastrous debate? Will any leftist ever again caricature the Trump tan that apparently now has offered a model of recovery for an in-extremis pallid Biden? Will this start a trend—emerge after a disastrous performance bright orange to reassure the nation you are A-Ok?

How could Chuck Schumer now grandstand and seriously say anything about Supreme Court decorum? In 2020 at the head of a frenzied pro-abortion throng, he threatented two justices by name and implied violence upon their persons? (“I want to tell you Gorsuch. I want to tell you Kavanaugh. You have released the whirlwind, and you will pay the price. You won’t know what hit you”)?

Months later protestors, showed up illegally—but exempt from arrest given the conservative targets of their intimidation—at the homes of the justices, among them a would-be assassin.

The more Democrats grow hysterical, thrash about, and connive, all the more so they self-destruct.
5:52 PM · Jul 3, 2024
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The libtard party is quite evil. They are the modern day communist, Nazi party. They will do anything to remain in power
 
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Assassination Porn and the Sickness on the Left

If we were leftists and we were to use leftist tropes to editorialize the recent attempt on Trump’s life, then we would frame the assassination attempt in the following way:

We have witnessed for years blatant exceptions to the once common custom that we don’t normalize the imagined killing of any president or presidential candidate and thus lower the bar of violence.

But the Left constantly makes Trump an exception. Now, it as if the imagined killing of Trump had been mainstreamed and become acceptable in a way inconceivable of other presidents.

(Do we remember the rodeo clown who merely wore an Obama mask during a bull riding contest and was punished by being permanently banned by the Missouri State Fair authorities?)

So since at least 2016 there has been a parlor game among Leftist celebrities and entertainers joking (one hopes), dreaming, imagining, and just talking about the various and graphic ways they would like to assassinate or seriously injure Trump:

By slugging his face (Robert De Niro), by decapitation (Kathy Griffin, Marilyn Manson), by stabbing (Shakespeare in the Park), by clubbing (Mickey Rourke), by shooting ( Snoop Dogg), by poisoning (Anthony Bourdain), by bounty killing (George Lopez), by carrion eating his corpse (Pearl Jam), by suffocating (Larry Whilmore), by blowing him up (Madonna, Moby), by throwing him over a cliff (Rosie O’Donnell), just by generic “killing” him (Johnny Depp, Big Sean), or by martyring him (Reid Hoffman: “Yeah, I wish I had made him an actual martyr.”).

Or should we deplore the use of telescopic scope imagery, given that the Left blamed Sarah Palin for once using bullseye spots on an election map of opposition congressional districts, claiming that such usage had incited the mass shooting by Jared Lee Loughner?

Yet, recently POTUS Joe Biden was a little bit more graphic and a lot more literal.

In a widely reported call to hundreds of donors last week, Biden boasted, “I have one job, and that’s to beat Donald Trump. I’m absolutely certain I’m the best person to be able to do that. So, we’re done talking about the debate, it’s time to put Trump in a bullseye.”

"In a bullseye?”

At least, Biden did not go back to the full Biden beat-up porn of the past (e.g., “If we were in high school, I’d take him behind the gym and beat the hell out of him"/ “The press always asks me, ‘Don’t I wish I were debating him?’ No, I wish we were in high school – I could take him behind the gym. That’s what I wish.”).

Then there is the question of the Secret Service and one’s political opponents. Given the tragic history of the Kennedys, why in the world did the Biden administration not insist that third-party candidate Robert Kennedy, Jr. be accorded Secret Service protection? Because his candidacy was felt to be disadvantageous to Biden?

And why just this April would the former head of the January 6th Committee and 2004 election obstructionist Rep. Bennie Thompson (D-Miss.) introduce legislation ridiculously entitled, “Denying Infinite Security and Government Resources Allocated toward Convicted and Extremely Dishonorable (DISGRACED) Former Protectees Act” to strip away Secret Service protection for former President Trump and by this April current leading presidential candidate?

Had Thompson’s bill passed, would that not have been confirmation for a potential shooter to feel his task was just made much easier?

But in a wider sense, if the common referent day after day on the Left is that Trump is another Hitler (cf. a recent The New Republic cover where Trump is literally photoshopped as Hitler), then it seems reckless not to imagine an unhinged or young shootist believing that by taking out somewhat identical to one of the greatest mass murderers in history, he would be applauded for his violence?

So is their logic, shoot Trump and save six million from the gas chambers?

After all, The New Republic defiantly explained their Hitler-Trump cover photo this way, "Today, we at The New Republic think we can spend this election year in one of two ways. We can spend it debating whether Trump meets the nine or 17 points that define fascism. Or we can spend it saying, “He’s damn close enough, and we’d better fight.”

Well, New Republic, recently someone took you up on your argument that Trump was “damn close enough” to Hitler and so he likewise chose to “fight”— albeit with a semi-automatic rifle.

If ad nauseam, a Joy Reid is screaming about Trump as a Hitlerian dictator ("Then let me know who I got to vote for to keep Hitler out of the White House”) or Rachel Maddow is bloviating about studying Hitler to understand Trump, then finally the message sinks in that a mass murderer is about to take power—unless....

Finally, the idea, if true, that bystanders spotted a 20-year-old on a nearby roof with a gun, a mere 130 yards from Trump, and in vain warned police of his presence, is surreal.

Is it all that hard for the Secret Service to post a few agents on the tops of a few surrounding buildings closest to the dais, or at least coordinate with local law enforcement to do the same?

That is a no brainer. Whoever made the decisions concerning the proper secret service security details for presidential events should be immediately fired.


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Victor Davis Hanson
@VDHanson


Assassination Porn and the Sickness on the Left

If we were leftists and we were to use leftist tropes to editorialize the recent attempt on Trump’s life, then we would frame the assassination attempt in the following way:

We have witnessed for years blatant exceptions to the once common custom that we don’t normalize the imagined killing of any president or presidential candidate and thus lower the bar of violence.

But the Left constantly makes Trump an exception. Now, it as if the imagined killing of Trump had been mainstreamed and become acceptable in a way inconceivable of other presidents.

(Do we remember the rodeo clown who merely wore an Obama mask during a bull riding contest and was punished by being permanently banned by the Missouri State Fair authorities?)

So since at least 2016 there has been a parlor game among Leftist celebrities and entertainers joking (one hopes), dreaming, imagining, and just talking about the various and graphic ways they would like to assassinate or seriously injure Trump:

By slugging his face (Robert De Niro), by decapitation (Kathy Griffin, Marilyn Manson), by stabbing (Shakespeare in the Park), by clubbing (Mickey Rourke), by shooting ( Snoop Dogg), by poisoning (Anthony Bourdain), by bounty killing (George Lopez), by carrion eating his corpse (Pearl Jam), by suffocating (Larry Whilmore), by blowing him up (Madonna, Moby), by throwing him over a cliff (Rosie O’Donnell), just by generic “killing” him (Johnny Depp, Big Sean), or by martyring him (Reid Hoffman: “Yeah, I wish I had made him an actual martyr.”).

Or should we deplore the use of telescopic scope imagery, given that the Left blamed Sarah Palin for once using bullseye spots on an election map of opposition congressional districts, claiming that such usage had incited the mass shooting by Jared Lee Loughner?

Yet, recently POTUS Joe Biden was a little bit more graphic and a lot more literal.

In a widely reported call to hundreds of donors last week, Biden boasted, “I have one job, and that’s to beat Donald Trump. I’m absolutely certain I’m the best person to be able to do that. So, we’re done talking about the debate, it’s time to put Trump in a bullseye.”

"In a bullseye?”

At least, Biden did not go back to the full Biden beat-up porn of the past (e.g., “If we were in high school, I’d take him behind the gym and beat the hell out of him"/ “The press always asks me, ‘Don’t I wish I were debating him?’ No, I wish we were in high school – I could take him behind the gym. That’s what I wish.”).

Then there is the question of the Secret Service and one’s political opponents. Given the tragic history of the Kennedys, why in the world did the Biden administration not insist that third-party candidate Robert Kennedy, Jr. be accorded Secret Service protection? Because his candidacy was felt to be disadvantageous to Biden?

And why just this April would the former head of the January 6th Committee and 2004 election obstructionist Rep. Bennie Thompson (D-Miss.) introduce legislation ridiculously entitled, “Denying Infinite Security and Government Resources Allocated toward Convicted and Extremely Dishonorable (DISGRACED) Former Protectees Act” to strip away Secret Service protection for former President Trump and by this April current leading presidential candidate?

Had Thompson’s bill passed, would that not have been confirmation for a potential shooter to feel his task was just made much easier?

But in a wider sense, if the common referent day after day on the Left is that Trump is another Hitler (cf. a recent The New Republic cover where Trump is literally photoshopped as Hitler), then it seems reckless not to imagine an unhinged or young shootist believing that by taking out somewhat identical to one of the greatest mass murderers in history, he would be applauded for his violence?

So is their logic, shoot Trump and save six million from the gas chambers?

After all, The New Republic defiantly explained their Hitler-Trump cover photo this way, "Today, we at The New Republic think we can spend this election year in one of two ways. We can spend it debating whether Trump meets the nine or 17 points that define fascism. Or we can spend it saying, “He’s damn close enough, and we’d better fight.”

Well, New Republic, recently someone took you up on your argument that Trump was “damn close enough” to Hitler and so he likewise chose to “fight”— albeit with a semi-automatic rifle.

If ad nauseam, a Joy Reid is screaming about Trump as a Hitlerian dictator ("Then let me know who I got to vote for to keep Hitler out of the White House”) or Rachel Maddow is bloviating about studying Hitler to understand Trump, then finally the message sinks in that a mass murderer is about to take power—unless....

Finally, the idea, if true, that bystanders spotted a 20-year-old on a nearby roof with a gun, a mere 130 yards from Trump, and in vain warned police of his presence, is surreal.

Is it all that hard for the Secret Service to post a few agents on the tops of a few surrounding buildings closest to the dais, or at least coordinate with local law enforcement to do the same?

That is a no brainer. Whoever made the decisions concerning the proper secret service security details for presidential events should be immediately fired.


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I'm trying to stay away from being accusatory toward the left, but Hanson is dead on. He has great recall. The Bennie Thompson stuff probably bothers me the most. What a clown.
 
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