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#15096662
Biden is right about trying to shoot them in the legs. Of course, this will reduce accuracy so they will need to fire more shots in order to make sure they land a hit.
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noemon wrote:You guys look really panicked by Biden, you must have realised that he has it in the bag and the only way for worthless Trump to win would be only if Biden dropped out. As a guy who never cared about Trump's scandals or Russiagate, I couldn't give a shit for whatever bull you come up for Biden, the fact is that he is a far superior President already than worthless Trump could ever be.

I'm certain the majority of the American people are waiting from Biden to speak on TV to give them a reassurance of responsibility and adulthood, to make them feel secure again that adult men still exist and are ready to lead them again instead of that freak horror show with no personality and sense of responsibility.



Panic ? Not at all Joe Biden said he would personally cure cancer and his followers certainly believe him. I would be open to hearing and excited for your lecture on is topic. Can you tell us what policies or plans in particular make Joe Biden a better president? It seems I missed those posts or at least it's is not very popular to talk about his policies here?
#15097086
I thought this was a thread in which you pretend that you 're not hypocrites for supporting a pedophile that touches his own daughter funny.
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Godstud wrote:Conspiracy theories are the domain of morons and idiots. I see why you'd believe it, since Trump was promoting it. :knife:

Barack Obama citizenship conspiracy theories

The Barack Obama birth announcement, published in The Honolulu Advertiser on August 13, 1961.
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https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Barack_Ob ... y_theories


In response to the conspiracy theories, the White House released copies of the President's long-form birth certificate on April 27, 2011, and posted an image of it to the White House website,[1] reaffirming that he was born on August 4, 1961, in Honolulu, Hawaii.
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lol, why do you feed the troll.
This forum really needs an ignore feature.
#15097191
Wulfschilde wrote:https://www.facebook.com/joebiden/

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This is Joe Biden's picture on Facebook right now. He can't even keep the mask on straight and no one in his staff corrected it; it's like it's going to fall off one of his ears and it surely isn't sealing properly.

This isn't just an old guy thing. Why are none of his staff fixing this?

Click the link and look for yourself if you don't believe me.

If someone were an investor or a betting man (I'm still willing to match people's bets) this would be a "red flag."


This is not an N95 mask, while a nice fitting is preferable for control, the main benefit of this is to stop large droplets from tiny spit that come out when you talk. As long as the mouth is covered the effects of the mask should be achievable.
Being a bit off centered is just a matter of visual appeal rather than an objective medical benefit. It is not big deal if he has a picture with a slightly off centered mask, it is a retarded point to even be discussing this yet we are. Is like when FOX news would not stop talking about the color of Obama’s suit and Obama’s tie or wether he used sports clothes or some other non-sense that has absolutely no impact of wether the guy will be a decent president or not. Should I remind you that Trump wears a tie that he could essentially wipe his ass with without taking it off? Should I remind you of the terra-cotta makeup?
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Wulfschilde wrote:Biden is right about trying to shoot them in the legs.

That is not real life, but a fantasy mostly seen in old western movies. The guy in the white hat often shot the gun out of the hand of the crook in the black hat.
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And, in the middle of the Democrats’ ongoing effort to demonstrate why they shouldn’t be trusted with control of a city government, much less the federal government, there’s this:

Tara Reade’s Law School Friend Says She Told Him She Was Assaulted

    A man who knew Tara Reade during law school says that she told him she was assaulted — marking at least the eighth person to corroborate aspects of her accusations against 2020 presidential candidate Joe Biden.

    Reade accused the former vice president in March of kissing her, touching her, and penetrating her with his fingers without her consent when she worked for him in 1993 — allegations that Biden has vigorously and repeatedly denied.

    Reade’s allegations garnered national attention in late April and early May, but subsequent media coverage of her academic credentials and her turbulent past has cast doubts on her story. Her legal representation, attorney Douglas Wigdor, abandoned her case in early May following reports that Reade lied about her undergraduate degree.

    Joseph Backholm is at least the eighth person to corroborate aspects of Reade’s claims, following her mother, brother, ex-husband, former neighbor, former coworker and at least of her two friends.

    Backholm told the Daily Caller News Foundation that he met Reade in law school at Seattle University between 2002 and 2004. The two became friends and would see one another regularly, he said.

    “She was a single mom and my wife and I went essentially out of our way to make sure they weren’t alone in a new place,” he said, referring to Reade’s daughter.

    Reade was going by the name Tara McCabe at the time, Backholm said. Reade has previously told the DCNF that she changed her name out of fear for her safety after going through a messy divorce.

    Backholm and Reade got to know each other through the Christian Legal Society, a non-profit, non-denominational organization of Christian lawyers, judges, law professors, and law students, Backholm said.

    He described Reade as easy to be around, agreeable, and pleasant. “I didn’t ever find her difficult,” he added.

    The two held very different political views: Backholm is conservative and works as legal counsel for The Colson Center for Christian Worldview, an organization espousing traditional views of marriage as well as pro-life stances.

    Reade formerly worked for Democratic politicians, supported former 2020 presidential candidates Marianne Williamson, Elizabeth Warren, and Bernie Sanders, and has told the DCNF that she is strongly pro-choice.

    “We sparred often in very friendly ways,” Backholm said. “We agreed about almost nothing politically, and she’s pretty far to the left, and as far as I know, still is.”

    Backholm and Reade attended two conferences together, one in Destin, Florida, and one in Savannah, Georgia. Backholm is not sure which conference it was where Reade disclosed to him that she had formerly been assaulted.

    According to Backholm, the two were sitting with other law students on a hotel patio by the water chatting late at night during one of these conferences. Eventually everyone went to bed except Backholm and Reade, who continued discussing Reade’s plans to become a domestic violence advocate.

    “She said, ‘When I was in Washington, D.C. I was sexually assaulted by someone you would know,’ and that’s how she phrased it, ‘someone you would know’ and she didn’t give a name,” Backholm said. “I didn’t ask for a name.”

    Reade confirmed to the DCNF that she knew Backholm and that she told him she was assaulted. Her new legal representation did not immediately respond to a request for comment from the DCNF.

    Reade had previously volunteered that she had worked for Biden, Backhom said. When Reade told him that she had been sexually assaulted by someone he would know, he says he assumed her assailant would not be Biden since Reade knew she had already told Backholm that she had worked for Biden.

    “I actually was assuming it was not Joe Biden when she said it,” he added.

    Backholm did not recall whether Reade had praised Biden but he said that he got the sense Reade was proud to have worked for the former Delaware senator.

    “I just know that he was part of her journey,” he said. “She had worked in Washington D.C. and for Joe Biden. And I always give her a hard time for it because, you know, Joe Biden and I are on different sides of most issues.”

    Backholm first told the New York Times that Reade had confided in him about her allegations. The publication included a small portion of Backholm’s story towards the end of a backgrounder on Reade’s life.

    “Ms. Reade also put The Times in touch with a number of supporters. Among them was a law school classmate, Joseph Backholm, who said she had told him about an assault by an unnamed senator when they were students together,” the story says. “Mr. Backholm has run an organization in Washington State that opposes same-sex marriage and has received funding from local donors to Mr. Trump.”

    Backholm says that Times inaccurately reported details he told them: mainly, that he corrected Times reporter Lisa Lerer over text when she asked him whether Reade told him details of “the assault by a senator during law school.”

    “She didn’t provide any details and didn’t say it was a senator,” Backholm texted back to Lerer, according to a screenshot provided to the DCNF. Lerer did not immediately respond to a request for comment.

    Backholm said that he had seen reporting about allegations against Biden but did not realize that he knew Biden’s accuser until he saw Reade’s interview with Megyn Kelly, since he had known Reade by the name Tara McCabe.

    “I was not in DC in 1993 and I cannot say what happened between Biden and Tara,” Backholm wrote on Twitter following his interview with the New York Times. “But I can say that she made comments to me approximately 17 years ago that are consistent with what she is saying now.”

    “And she did so in a context in which there was no obvious motive to lie. It was simply two law school friends talking about where we had come from and where we hoped to go.”

    The two continued to correspond after law school through Christmas cards and social media, Backholm said, but when Reade moved back to California they eventually fell out of touch.

    Backholm criticized media coverage of Reade’s allegations, emphasizing that such behavior is “what bullies do.” He emphasized that the #METOO movement and many politicians have spent years assuring the country that it is courageous to speak and stand up for oneself, promising support if survivors speak out.

    “I think she actually believed that when they said that and those are the very same people who are now trying to destroy her life,” he added.

    “I don’t know what mistakes she’s made in her life,” Backholm said, referring to media coverage of Reade’s academic credentials and her past. “I’m sure she’s made some just like I have made some but I think the way that she’s being treated in this environment is a bully tactic. And I was in a position to be able to you know stand with her and make sure she didn’t just get left out there flapping in the wind all by herself. So that’s why I did it.”

    Backholm believes Reade was telling him the truth when she said she was sexually assaulted.

    “No, I don’t think she was lying to me when she said that,” he said. “Now, do I know that? No. Do I know that it wasn’t a misstatement? You know, maybe she was referring to somebody else? I don’t know that either.”

    “What I do know is that she said something then that is completely consistent with what she has said,” he added.
So not as timely or as detailed as other witnesses, but more evidence that something happened to Reade while she was working for Biden. This makes witness #8.
#15098855
So not as timely or as detailed as other witnesses, but more evidence that something happened to Reade while she was working for Biden. This makes witness #8.


Fake news.
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https://www.rt.com/news/492755-biden-po ... ine-tapes/ -- Surfaced audio tapes of Hunter Biden and Burisma stuff.

House reaction: supposedly Biden is being criminally charged in Ukraine.


Ukraine press conference:


Man, Ukraine really seems to hate the Bidens :lol:

Add to this the recently revealed FBI notes in which Biden brings up using the Logan Act to go after Flynn, Obama saying the "right people" need to do it and the (thus far) dead silence from the left in acknowledging these things and it's not yet July... this is pretty entertaining :excited:

But muh Biden is lukewarm on defunding the police, what a great strategy 8)
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noemon wrote:I thought this was a thread in which you pretend that you 're not hypocrites for supporting a pedophile that touches his own daughter funny.


True and very bold since either a Democrat or Republican will be president. Hey but lets talk about anything but Joe Biden and his policies.

“I got a lot of… I got hairy legs that turn blonde in the sun,” Biden says in the speech. “And the kids used to come up and reach in the pool and rub my leg down so it was straight and then watch the hair come back up again. They’d look at it.”

Biden then goes on to make a reference to learning about “roaches” and also says, “I’ve loved kids jumping on my lap.”


#15102781
There is no end to the despicable allegations Trump supporters will stoop to. They are, as a group, perhaps the most delusional and pathetically unintelligent group in American political history.

The sad thing is that they think they are very smart. But then most unintelligent people do.
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Drlee wrote:There is no end to the despicable allegations Trump supporters will stoop to. They are, as a group, perhaps the most delusional and pathetically unintelligent group in American political history.

The sad thing is that they think they are very smart. But then most unintelligent people do.

I actually hope Biden wins, but I suspect he will just be a figure head. The question is: Which faction of the party will control Biden?
Will the AOC clan rule Biden? Hopefully, no!
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Julian658 wrote:I actually hope Biden wins, but I suspect he will just be a figure head. The question is: Which faction of the party will control Biden?
Will the AOC clan rule Biden? Hopefully, no!



What policies does Joe Biden stand for that would make you want to support the Deep State running the executive branch?
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Julian658 wrote:
I actually hope Biden wins, but I suspect he will just be a figure head. The question is: Which faction of the party will control Biden?
Will the AOC clan rule Biden? Hopefully, no!



Subtle.

There are a handful at the top of the Corporate Wing of the Dem party. Biden was near the top of the list before he became Veep.

But the Progressives and activists have been kicking butt and taking names. So they will, at least sometimes, get a seat at the table.

Much of it depends, of course, on whether Moscow Mitch can keep subverting the country.

Regardless, Biden will crank up testing and tracing, and we'll start to get a handle on that damn disease.
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@Julian658 I actually hope Biden wins, but I suspect he will just be a figure head. The question is: Which faction of the party will control Biden?
Will the AOC clan rule Biden? Hopefully, no!


The Democratic Party is a center right party. Has been for a long while. When President Obama was elected the right cried the blues that the nation was going "liberal" "socialist "communist" "Muslim'...all manner of dire predictions. What happened? 8 years of slightly right of center politics. I mean really. He appointed Hillary Clinton as Secretary of State. She is far to the right of Trump on matters of international relations and way more hawkish.

AOL is not even as far left as many think she is. That label is mostly a construction of the right wing propaganda team looking for an easy target. Yet she votes with the majority and has done nothing outrageous yet.

As I am a conservative, I am a fan of Biden who is a far more conservative person than Trump.

@Finfinder

The so-called "deep state" is mostly a right wing scarecrow. There really is no such thing as an organized entity. So back at you Finfinder. What policies of Biden's are there with which you disagree. Sources please.
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Julian658 wrote:I actually hope Biden wins, but I suspect he will just be a figure head. The question is: Which faction of the party will control Biden?
Will the AOC clan rule Biden? Hopefully, no!

AOC has shown that she is can play the game. Remember when it was unsure if Pelosi could secure speaker of the house and everyone was pointing towards AOC clan as some sort of apocalyptic awakening for Pelosi.
It's not like electing a centrist president and having a tiny fraction of the house being progressive like you will all of the sudden convert the US into the communist USSR. Don't be so dramatic.

Finfinder wrote:

What policies does Joe Biden stand for that would make you want to support the Deep State running the executive branch?

Yeah, having a clown is a much more sensible solution. :lol:
#15102841
Biden is the perfect candidate for a party with a big tent because he can be turned into the most progressive presidential nominee in a long time while at the same time also being safe for progressives to criticize for being too centrist or right-wing. In who else can you get that kind of efficiency out of a single candidate? It's actually kind of ideal to have someone like Joe Biden as president.
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