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Mar 4·edited Mar 4Liked by Don Surber

Gee, the media's heads are exploding. Take a Tylenol. They are doing it to themselves, but they blame everyone else. This week their coverage of the State of the Union will be a ratings disaster the likes of which they have never seen. I'm on my knees praying that Trump holds a rally while Turnip Head is at the podium. That will make my day...and my days are hard to make.

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Mar 4Liked by Don Surber

A few of points:

1. “ MSNBC talking head Joyce Vance is panicked. Trump is winning in court, the one territory that liberals believe they still own.”.

Well, they pretty much DO own them, especially in Blue states.

2. “ The Democrat plan is twofold.”

It is actually 3-fold. They want to also Bankrupt him.

3. “ The Jeff Bezos Post argued that President Trump is clogging up the Supreme Court with all these appeals.”

Biden’s open borders are now beyond overwhelming the court system with millions upon millions of phony asylum appeals, that would take the courts decades to adjudicate - if ever.

4. In the poll, I picked “Lee Harvey Oswald missing the shot” because it’s such an intriguing thought about what JFK might have done about the attack, particularly discovering the CIA’s direct involvement. It also would make a great book or movie.

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Mar 4Liked by Don Surber

I Love Good News, Don’t y’all Love good news… I thought so.

But this seems like deja vu all over again (credit to Yogi) don’t it. Trump gets stiffed and then winds up standing there like a Champ. Gd where has this played out before.

The d-rats are going to steal this one too folks if we don’t figure this out and fast.

Sometime last year T said he had a plan to counter the voter theft and cheating.

I hope so cause if all he has is ‘Vote Harvesting’ then we, the country, the nation the continent and all of Western Culture is F’d…

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Mar 4Liked by Don Surber

Oswald misses and we don't have an LBJ presidency. No big fight over the 1964 race relations bill.The welfare state would shrink. Different outcome in Viet Nam? What's not to like.

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Fanni caught in the wringer. Touche!

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Mar 4Liked by Don Surber

“… Meanwhile, in Atlanta, Georgia, the prosecution got its Fani caught in the wringer …”

You did it again, Don. Priceless.

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Mar 4Liked by Don Surber

Hey SL (or even Mrs SL)

If you’re reading this say Hi OK

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Mar 4Liked by Don Surber

Option 3 in the cat's survey is not valid, as there is no reliable proof that Obama was born in Hawaii. The long form birth certificate that was posted on the White House web site has been conclusively proven to be a forgery.

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Mar 4Liked by Don Surber

The Democrats (communists) believe that you are guilty once charged with a crime (unless of course you are a democrat being charged). The panic in the liberal hive is palpable. Expect a call to disband or stack SCOTUS later today after Trump wins 8-1 (KJB probable Birdbrain)

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Mar 4Liked by Don Surber

Since he was sworn in, there has been a debate whether to push Biden aside and replace with Kamala, or Newsom at the 2024 convention. But in truth, their hands have been tied all along…

1. Invoking the 25th or simply removing him from the ticket on the convention floor without his blessing would be an admission they backed an unfit man in the first place. Their credibility would be wrecked, and Trump would effectively “pounce”. Joe himself cannot step out voluntarily and cite new health concerns because of potential legal concerns, and he can’t trust potential successors to place his interests above their own to make the, go away.

2. Biden cannot leave office without pardoning himself, his family, and his associates that could rat him out if a Trump justice department followed up on the mountains of evidence of serious wrongdoing.

3. Pardons of this sort before November would be an electoral disaster for him, or any subsequent candidate who would take his place. So he can’t trust Kamala, Gavin, or any other person to honor that commitment to do the pardons (but himself).Pardoning himself and leaving the race would doom the replacement. The replacement certainly couldn’t pardon him before the election and hope to win.

4. Even if a replacement candidate had won, they’d be harming their own chances in 2028 if they replicated what Ford did for Nixon, so Joe’s best way to guarantee protection for his family is to hang around until at least the election to do the pardons himself.

5. In the event of a loss, Biden’s story will be “a vengeful incoming administration is out to get me and my friends, so I have no choice but to protect them from this tyrant”. He may even simultaneously pardon Trump to appear magnanimous, but in reality to avoid the humiliation of losing those cases. He would claim to be placing the squabbles between both parties behind us, and want a cookie for it.

Even the mere plausiblilty of a Trump win traps Biden on the ticket because of his family’s shady dealings. He has to be in office when the votes are counted.

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Mar 4Liked by Don Surber

Wilbur Ross warned many over the years of the following:

"Underestimate Donald John Trump at your own peril."

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Mar 4Liked by Don Surber

The US Supreme Court has signaled that it may release an opinion today at 10 am. Will the SCOTUS follow Don’s Command and March 4th (Forth)

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Mar 4Liked by Don Surber

Ever notice how the dems never seem to get it right? They either over-do or under-do everything they try. Must be a genetic defect.

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Mar 4Liked by Don Surber

I have always been an optimist regarding life in general. Having said that, I still feel a twinge of impending doom as DJT continues his winning streak and FJB continues his losing streak. As November approaches and DJT continues to lead/gain in the polls, the Democrats are going to try and stop Trump 'by any means necessary'. Two of your your poll choices elicit that same fear as well. I do hope that DJT makes it across the finish line and wreaks havoc on his enemies both foreign and domestic (primarily domestic) and I can breathe a sigh of relief and continue my optimism about the future of America.

Regarding the poll, I went with Lee Harvey missing the shot. JFK's death gave us LBJ who then gave us the Great Society which, among other things, gave us our current welfare state which led to the destruction of the black family unit and you know the rest of the story.

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Mar 4Liked by Don Surber

BTW, how in the world are FJB's puppet masters going to keep him erect and semi cognizant for an hour or two Thursday night during his SOTU address? This is going to be a must watch and might be more entertaining than him walking up a flight of stairs.

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Mar 4·edited Mar 4Liked by Don Surber

Looking at the charts, Trump's lead really began with that indictment in Georgia. I think most don't understand that the classified docs case in Florida actually began when Trump returned docs to the Archive and items with classification markings were found in what he returned. This puts him in exactly the same situation as Biden with the docs he kept in various places without authority. As this story has been fleshed out most see that Trump is being prosecuted and Biden isn't for the same offense. And then there is the extended Biden family with its dozens of corporate entities, withdrawing tens of thousands in cash (who does that?) and sports cars.

So if the inflection point for Biden falling behind in the polls is the criminal indictment, why do Democrats think a conviction will hurt him? Because polling tells them so. Except the same voters who know he's accused mostly know the accusations are unsupportable when the standard is honest truth so I doubt a conviction will change things. Neither NY civil case has changed the trajectory. Why should the other cases, no matter what the outcome?

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