This little excerpt of a Biden “speech” has been making the rounds.
As we all know, it’s eerily similar to a comment made by one J. Stalin:
“I consider it completely unimportant who in the party will vote, or how; but what is extraordinarily important is this — who will count the votes, and how.” — (as noted by his longtime secretary Boris Bazhanov in his book “The Memoirs of Stalin’s Former Secretary” )
Note, by the way, that Stalin was talking about an intra-party vote rather than a popular one — but contrary to what Leftist history professors [some redundancy] may say, that makes absolutely no difference because the principle is precisely the same.
There are actually two takes on President Braindead’s utterance:
- He went off script and unwittingly uttered exactly what he and his cronies think, or
- He was actually reading off the script that one of his staffers wrote for him, and the staffer wasn’t aware of the effect of those words.
Neither option makes Ol’ Fuckwit look good, nor his party; but it’s not like we need any confirmation of their bastardy or his incoherence, do we?
My only addition would be that I want mandatory prison sentences both for those who voted illegally, and those who enabled them to do so.
Here are two simple graphs:
And for those who can’t follow, here’s the story. Interesting situation, if true.
Here’s some good news, for a change:
Ohio Secretary of State Frank LaRose announced Wednesday that 97,795 voters were removed from the rolls after Ohio’s 88 county boards of elections identified the abandoned registrations as part of the maintenance process required by Ohio and federal law.
“Getting rid of bad voter data from the voter rolls helps prevent fraud, makes it easier for county boards of elections to do their jobs, and strengthens the confidence Ohioans place in our elections,” LaRose said. He then said: “And by the way, if anyone attempts to use one of these defunct registrations to vote in the next election, we’re going to execute them right there on the spot.”
Okay, I added that last sentence. But you know…
Saith Insty, who is wise and wonderful:
“So why has the establishment turned on [NYGov Andrew] Cuomo? It’s not his misbehavior — they always knew about that and didn’t care. My theory: Kamala will be president before 2024, and she’s quite unlikable and didn’t garner a single Democratic delegate in the primary. They’re trying to bump off a potential primary challenger, and with Gavin Newsom already self-neutralized, Cuomo is the biggest remaining threat.”
Machiavellian? Not especially.
Yeah… gawd forbid the Socialists should get behind a mass murderer of the elderly as their Presidential candidate.
I’m with DaTechGuy on this one:
I’m with Trump because he was with me. He improved the economy, he fought for life, he fought for Israel, brought peace to the middle east, made us energy self sufficient and fought for what was right. Yeah he was loud and carried himself with braggadocio but he literally took the wish list of conservatives like myself that republicans have promised for decades and took it seriously doing his best to fill it.
That President Trump did this is remarkable. That he did this with all of DC all of Hollywood, all of Academia and all of media trying to destroy him makes it nothing short of incredible.
I was and still am a Ted Cruz guy. I would support Cruz in a heartbeat for president. I came to Trump reluctantly as the only alternative to Clinton.
I don’t think Trump is going to run again in 2024 because he’ll be too old by then. I’m hoping for Ted Cruz, because he has the very best chance of repeating the Trump agenda — I don’t think he could have done it before because we needed Trump to show the way.
Otherwise, if Ted doesn’t run then I’ll be pulling for Mike Pompeo. Both have The Right Stuff, I think.