Trump steamed up to -150

1 in 10 truckers has graduated from High School. Imagine having less education than Cheapseats! lol All their lives they've been told what to do. November 29th they get to tell the world what to do!!!! lol. On the 30th they'll turn the key in the ignition once again and do what they're told. The photos on Parlor will look like a Hee Haw convention. I cant wait. Retards unite!!!!!
 
What Book is that? Link please.
Ted posted this across the st a few days ago

My Trump bet was refunded at MyBookie
They sent a message that Biden bettors will be paid in full and Trump bettors refunded.....And if Trump happens to win then they will pay off original Trump bets.....pretty cool of them

 
Ted posted this across the st a few days ago

My Trump bet was refunded at MyBookie
They sent a message that Biden bettors will be paid in full and Trump bettors refunded.....And if Trump happens to win then they will pay off original Trump bets.....pretty cool of them

You took a refund? Why not hold out for the win? SCOTUS is going to declare trump the winner any day now
 
if they werent cultists I might pitythem...how many of them gave money to bannons build the wall fund


President Donald Trump has raised between $150 million and $170 million since Election Day amid ongoing appeals to supporters as part of his effort to undercut results of the race that saw him lose by millions of votes to President-elect Joe Biden, according to several media reports.

Both The Washington Post and The New York Times reported details of the massive haul, much of which was raised through small-dollar donations from the president’s ardent base in the week after the election.

But those appeals are based on misleading emails and text messages, and the Trump campaign has been using shady legal language buried in the solicitations that effectively gives the president broad power to use the money for a variety of purposes beyond fighting the outcome of the election. The fine print behind the fundraising says the first 75% of any donation goes to the Save America leadership political action committee, which Trump set up in mid-November, and the remaining 25% goes to the Republican Party’s operating expenses.
 
You took a refund? Why not hold out for the win? SCOTUS is going to declare trump the winner any day now
😂 😂 😂. Merlin and Ted aren't the only ones that believes SCOTUS will overturn the election results, the will of 80 million Americans. Fair Warning, Rail, Dumb Dude, Cheap, etc also believe SCOTUS will intervene. Damn Trump has raised 170 million since he lost the election. I predict the Supreme Court won't even take the case. There's nothing for them to decide.
 

FairWarning

Bells Beer Connoisseur
😂 😂 😂. Merlin and Ted aren't the only ones that believes SCOTUS will overturn the election results, the will of 80 million Americans. Fair Warning, Rail, Dumb Dude, Cheap, etc also believe SCOTUS will intervene. Damn Trump has raised 170 million since he lost the election. I predict the Supreme Court won't even take the case. There's nothing for them to decide.
 

FairWarning

Bells Beer Connoisseur
😂 😂 😂. Merlin and Ted aren't the only ones that believes SCOTUS will overturn the election results, the will of 80 million Americans. Fair Warning, Rail, Dumb Dude, Cheap, etc also believe SCOTUS will intervene. Damn Trump has raised 170 million since he lost the election. I predict the Supreme Court won't even take the case. There's nothing for them to decide.
Can you tell us again how bookmaker screwed the democrat bettors?
 
BARR admits it was a head fake LOL:oops:

  • Attorney general delivers blow to President Trump’s statements
  • Barr had ordered U.S. attorneys to look into fraud claims

odds on getting fired soon to follow
 
#maga

‘The U.S. Is No Longer a More “Developed” Country Than Us’
South Koreans used to admire the U.S. as a model of success and progress. Now, with American Covid-19 deaths spiraling upward and Trump raging against the election result, their respect for American leadership is plummeting.


These days in Korea, TV broadcasters talk about the U.S. with grim faces, flashing to B-roll of lines of Americans wrapped around buildings waiting for Covid-19 testing or graphs depicting an exponential growth of pandemic deaths. Newspaper headlines question the strength of U.S. democracy above pictures of demonstrators protesting mythical claims of voter fraud. One recent column in the Hankyoreh, a major center-left daily newspaper, is titled, “Covid-19 and the downfall of the U.S.” Another headline, in sisajournal, a popular weekly current events magazine, reads: “The surprising election system that makes you wonder Is the U.S. actually a democratic country?’” And it’s not just in the news. In boardrooms, in classrooms and in casual dinner table conversations, you’ll hear the same sense of bewilderment: How did the U.S. lose its way?


It’s a shocking development for a country that has, for decades, largely viewed the United States almost like an older sibling—a model of success and progress that Koreans were proud to emulate. Now, many Koreans see the U.S. as a failing country, deeply divided and unable to meet basic challenges. The shift began after President Donald Trump’s 2016 win, when many Koreans were shocked to see him claim the presidency after a string of scandals. But the clincher has been America’s bungled response to Covid-19, followed by Trump and the GOP’s recent efforts to contest the legitimate results of the 2020 U.S. election. For Koreans, the past year has exposed the deep problems within the American system, from hyperpartisanship and deep distrust in government to a poor health care system—issues that have long been familiar to Americans, but not to Koreans, many of whom have maintained the idea of American exceptionalism far longer and livelier than many Americans.
 
#maga

‘The U.S. Is No Longer a More “Developed” Country Than Us’
South Koreans used to admire the U.S. as a model of success and progress. Now, with American Covid-19 deaths spiraling upward and Trump raging against the election result, their respect for American leadership is plummeting.


These days in Korea, TV broadcasters talk about the U.S. with grim faces, flashing to B-roll of lines of Americans wrapped around buildings waiting for Covid-19 testing or graphs depicting an exponential growth of pandemic deaths. Newspaper headlines question the strength of U.S. democracy above pictures of demonstrators protesting mythical claims of voter fraud. One recent column in the Hankyoreh, a major center-left daily newspaper, is titled, “Covid-19 and the downfall of the U.S.” Another headline, in sisajournal, a popular weekly current events magazine, reads: “The surprising election system that makes you wonder Is the U.S. actually a democratic country?’” And it’s not just in the news. In boardrooms, in classrooms and in casual dinner table conversations, you’ll hear the same sense of bewilderment: How did the U.S. lose its way?


It’s a shocking development for a country that has, for decades, largely viewed the United States almost like an older sibling—a model of success and progress that Koreans were proud to emulate. Now, many Koreans see the U.S. as a failing country, deeply divided and unable to meet basic challenges. The shift began after President Donald Trump’s 2016 win, when many Koreans were shocked to see him claim the presidency after a string of scandals. But the clincher has been America’s bungled response to Covid-19, followed by Trump and the GOP’s recent efforts to contest the legitimate results of the 2020 U.S. election. For Koreans, the past year has exposed the deep problems within the American system, from hyperpartisanship and deep distrust in government to a poor health care system—issues that have long been familiar to Americans, but not to Koreans, many of whom have maintained the idea of American exceptionalism far longer and livelier than many Americans.
South korea IS a fully developed nation now, this is factually correct, it's also a good thing. We do not have a democratic system anymore, if our elections are fake and riddled with fraud, there is no democracy, then you need to ask who is responsible for that? Who encourages fraud, who makes it easier to cheat(not more difficult)? We all know who those people are, they're called democrats.
 
South korea IS a fully developed nation now, this is factually correct, it's also a good thing. We do not have a democratic system anymore, if our elections are fake and riddled with fraud, there is no democracy, then you need to ask who is responsible for that? Who encourages fraud, who makes it easier to cheat(not more difficult)? We all know who those people are, they're called democrats.
All you trumptards crying about your beloved cult leader getting his ass kicked unable to accept reality

What a bunch of pussy snowflakes
 
if they werent cultists I might pitythem...how many of them gave money to bannons build the wall fund


President Donald Trump has raised between $150 million and $170 million since Election Day amid ongoing appeals to supporters as part of his effort to undercut results of the race that saw him lose by millions of votes to President-elect Joe Biden, according to several media reports.

Both The Washington Post and The New York Times reported details of the massive haul, much of which was raised through small-dollar donations from the president’s ardent base in the week after the election.

But those appeals are based on misleading emails and text messages, and the Trump campaign has been using shady legal language buried in the solicitations that effectively gives the president broad power to use the money for a variety of purposes beyond fighting the outcome of the election. The fine print behind the fundraising says the first 75% of any donation goes to the Save America leadership political action committee, which Trump set up in mid-November, and the remaining 25% goes to the Republican Party’s operating expenses.
I would give Bannon money for a yacht way before i would give to dinks horse race scam. I love Steve Bannon.
 
Top