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LOL...OH THE IRONY!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

fkn libtards
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They have to be trolling right? No one can be THAT stupid... right??
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yeah. all the retarded libtards are so respectful and tolerant of a duly elected 'real' POTUS (not some marxist kenyan fraud)
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Democrats learned how to accept political outcomes they didn't like when..._________
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Really???

Who has been having a 3 year long violent, destructive tantrum??
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The nukes can't rain down on those evil fucks soon enough.
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That’s a joke right?



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They have to be trolling right? No one can be THAT stupid... right??
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Uh, they're liberals, aren't they?

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What ever they claim the Right of being, they are.
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Pitchfork sharpening intensifies...
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They just print what they're told to print.
Adjust the squelch.
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Wow, they really leave themselves wide open on that one.

When will THEY learn to do this?
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Gaslighting

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How rich.

Projection at its finest.
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it's a coded message for, will Trump leave office peacefully?

he would claim voter fraud that illegals voted and never leave office peacefully
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Human: 'Hey AI, what can our enemy say against us?'


AI: 'they can say A, B, C, D'

Human: 'Thank you, I will blame A, B, C, D on them instead of ourselves'
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We're getting a great example of that locally here in the

belly of the beast known as Washington state. We just passed

a citizens initiative to lower an unlawful and unfair car tab

scheme, but our dear leaders are so upset that we did not do

as told, that they are immediately mobilizing to sink it.



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For good entertainment watch the vid at the end to see some

commie activists confront the guy that got the initiative

rolling.
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Seems like a question more applicable to the never trumpers and the democrats to me..
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Setting up a claim that Trump is “refusing to step down” when they attempt to steal the election in 2020.

This is being repeated in many places in the msm, has been for a year. At the top levels.

See other threads about several states—15?—agreeing to throw ALL their electors to the winner of the national popular vote in 2020. Legal? No. But this will be the basis of their claim that Trump is refusing to accept the outcome of the election.

This is resl, and it’s a big deal. Pay attention!
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You mean like the Dems did?
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Much of the media is now becoming a parody of "idiotic, unethical, unscrupulous liberal."

Hello, Washington Post, meet CNN. CNN, meet the Washington Post.

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Gaslighting

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EXACTLY
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The lying and dishonest liberal media.....
They know they are losing more than just their base...
More and more are seeing wtf is really going on.
All they have is bullshit...
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Re: The Washington Post: "Can Republicans relearn how to accept political outcomes they don’t like?"
Well you are sure that no one is a legitimate holder of power other than another republican? So there's not even a possibility of democrat getting power in any shape or form that you could consider legitimate? Yeah well we've had some 1 party systems in the history. DDR, USSR and the like. The fucking funny thing is you are making US just like those hellholes. Go at it! I don't give shit but you were the oldest republic on this planet! It's a shame it went to dust!


As a more serious note. It's really sad to see what happens there. The Founders couldn't anticipate Trump or Fox News. Luckily I don't have any American friends since it would get fucking tense...
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Omg!!! They have to be just mocking us now.
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The Trash Post can go fuck themselves...after 3 years of their hatred and not accepting the election.

The question is... can they accept another 4 years of President Trump?
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Can democRATs stop fucking cheating?
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