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Trump states in Tweet that Clinton colluded to beat Sanders.

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GoldenEye 007

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"Just cast my 3rd party vote. I'm totally confident Clinton will win."

"I also recognize that voting 3rd party takes away from Hillary. Won't make me vote for her though. I'm not voting for a candidate I dislike."

"I put a lot of weight on candidate's foreign policy as well and I think Hillary will be worse than Trump..."

"I don't make a distinction between Bush and Obama or a Trump and Hillary. In fact, I think Obama is actually WORSE than Bush. But at least with Bush, things were more overt. It's like the differences between dejure Jim Crow and defacto Jim Crow (redlining, steering, etc). Nothing really changed, but the most dangerous part of the latter is that, to some, it represented "progress" since the discrimination wasn't so overt."

"It only takes one accident. Just one. Where US downs a Russian plane or Russia downs a US plane and it could escalate. I don't think this scenario would play out now. But once Hillary gets in, I expect the chance of things getting out of control much higher."

"Basically, whether Hillary or Trump, we'll still have the same fascist elements in place and there will be the same amount of human suffering as there is now. The only difference is more people would see and be aware of it with Trump. It would be behind the scenes with Hillary (like it is with Obama)"

"She'd be Bush 3.0 though... 2.0 was Obama."

"I'm not voting in national elections anymore. I've totally given up on this (for a variety of reasons). I don't feel the need to participate any longer."

"I'm not necessarily opposed to Trump being elected..."


Lord have mercy.
 
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3 1/2 years. We aren't repeating this shit. I refuse to believe that. Maybe sooner if he resigns or gets impeached. But he is a one term President.

Unless, of course, the vote is depressed/manipulated/interfered with for the other side and he "wins" re-election by way of fuckery...cause that didn't happen before.
 

jrush64

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"Just cast my 3rd party vote. I'm totally confident Clinton will win."

"I also recognize that voting 3rd party takes away from Hillary. Won't make me vote for her though. I'm not voting for a candidate I dislike."

"I put a lot of weight on candidate's foreign policy as well and I think Hillary will be worse than Trump..."

"I don't make a distinction between Bush and Obama or a Trump and Hillary. In fact, I think Obama is actually WORSE than Bush. But at least with Bush, things were more overt. It's like the differences between dejure Jim Crow and defacto Jim Crow (redlining, steering, etc). Nothing really changed, but the most dangerous part of the latter is that, to some, it represented "progress" since the discrimination wasn't so overt."

"It only takes one accident. Just one. Where US downs a Russian plane or Russia downs a US plane and it could escalate. I don't think this scenario would play out now. But once Hillary gets in, I expect the chance of things getting out of control much higher."

"Basically, whether Hillary or Trump, we'll still have the same fascist elements in place and there will be the same amount of human suffering as there is now. The only difference is more people would see and be aware of it with Trump. It would be behind the scenes with Hillary (like it is with Obama)"

"She'd be Bush 3.0 though... 2.0 was Obama."

"I'm not voting in national elections anymore. I've totally given up on this (for a variety of reasons). I don't feel the need to participate any longer."

"I'm not necessarily opposed to Trump being elected..."


Dude, that is so awesome.
 

Wafflecakes

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"Just cast my 3rd party vote. I'm totally confident Clinton will win."

"I also recognize that voting 3rd party takes away from Hillary. Won't make me vote for her though. I'm not voting for a candidate I dislike."

"I put a lot of weight on candidate's foreign policy as well and I think Hillary will be worse than Trump..."

"I don't make a distinction between Bush and Obama or a Trump and Hillary. In fact, I think Obama is actually WORSE than Bush. But at least with Bush, things were more overt. It's like the differences between dejure Jim Crow and defacto Jim Crow (redlining, steering, etc). Nothing really changed, but the most dangerous part of the latter is that, to some, it represented "progress" since the discrimination wasn't so overt."

"It only takes one accident. Just one. Where US downs a Russian plane or Russia downs a US plane and it could escalate. I don't think this scenario would play out now. But once Hillary gets in, I expect the chance of things getting out of control much higher."

"Basically, whether Hillary or Trump, we'll still have the same fascist elements in place and there will be the same amount of human suffering as there is now. The only difference is more people would see and be aware of it with Trump. It would be behind the scenes with Hillary (like it is with Obama)"

"She'd be Bush 3.0 though... 2.0 was Obama."

"I'm not voting in national elections anymore. I've totally given up on this (for a variety of reasons). I don't feel the need to participate any longer."

"I'm not necessarily opposed to Trump being elected..."



This scalding hot tea...
 

Htown

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"Just cast my 3rd party vote. I'm totally confident Clinton will win."

"I also recognize that voting 3rd party takes away from Hillary. Won't make me vote for her though. I'm not voting for a candidate I dislike."

"I put a lot of weight on candidate's foreign policy as well and I think Hillary will be worse than Trump..."

"I don't make a distinction between Bush and Obama or a Trump and Hillary. In fact, I think Obama is actually WORSE than Bush. But at least with Bush, things were more overt. It's like the differences between dejure Jim Crow and defacto Jim Crow (redlining, steering, etc). Nothing really changed, but the most dangerous part of the latter is that, to some, it represented "progress" since the discrimination wasn't so overt."

"It only takes one accident. Just one. Where US downs a Russian plane or Russia downs a US plane and it could escalate. I don't think this scenario would play out now. But once Hillary gets in, I expect the chance of things getting out of control much higher."

"Basically, whether Hillary or Trump, we'll still have the same fascist elements in place and there will be the same amount of human suffering as there is now. The only difference is more people would see and be aware of it with Trump. It would be behind the scenes with Hillary (like it is with Obama)"

"She'd be Bush 3.0 though... 2.0 was Obama."

"I'm not voting in national elections anymore. I've totally given up on this (for a variety of reasons). I don't feel the need to participate any longer."

"I'm not necessarily opposed to Trump being elected..."


lol this dude
 

InfiniteBento

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"Just cast my 3rd party vote. I'm totally confident Clinton will win."

"I also recognize that voting 3rd party takes away from Hillary. Won't make me vote for her though. I'm not voting for a candidate I dislike."

"I put a lot of weight on candidate's foreign policy as well and I think Hillary will be worse than Trump..."

"I don't make a distinction between Bush and Obama or a Trump and Hillary. In fact, I think Obama is actually WORSE than Bush. But at least with Bush, things were more overt. It's like the differences between dejure Jim Crow and defacto Jim Crow (redlining, steering, etc). Nothing really changed, but the most dangerous part of the latter is that, to some, it represented "progress" since the discrimination wasn't so overt."

"It only takes one accident. Just one. Where US downs a Russian plane or Russia downs a US plane and it could escalate. I don't think this scenario would play out now. But once Hillary gets in, I expect the chance of things getting out of control much higher."

"Basically, whether Hillary or Trump, we'll still have the same fascist elements in place and there will be the same amount of human suffering as there is now. The only difference is more people would see and be aware of it with Trump. It would be behind the scenes with Hillary (like it is with Obama)"

"She'd be Bush 3.0 though... 2.0 was Obama."

"I'm not voting in national elections anymore. I've totally given up on this (for a variety of reasons). I don't feel the need to participate any longer."

"I'm not necessarily opposed to Trump being elected..."


Ooooooooof 👀👏🏼💅🏼
 

Travo

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The dude still can't get over the election. He is such a sore winner. Of course, complaining about others is exactly what he does best when he feels under pressure.
 

Ponn

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3 1/2 years. We aren't repeating this shit. I refuse to believe that. Maybe sooner if he resigns or gets impeached. But he is a one term President.

Dems aren't acting like it, can't even let shit be in the past and start fixing rifts. Everyone is ready to throw down at a simple tweet from the idiot in chief. Leadership needs to start stepping the fuck up soon.
 

GitarooMan

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Donald Trump colluded with the Russians to beat Woman Hillary Clinton. Is he allowed to so collude? Unfair to Hillary!
 

Future

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"Just cast my 3rd party vote. I'm totally confident Clinton will win."

"I also recognize that voting 3rd party takes away from Hillary. Won't make me vote for her though. I'm not voting for a candidate I dislike."

"I put a lot of weight on candidate's foreign policy as well and I think Hillary will be worse than Trump..."

"I don't make a distinction between Bush and Obama or a Trump and Hillary. In fact, I think Obama is actually WORSE than Bush. But at least with Bush, things were more overt. It's like the differences between dejure Jim Crow and defacto Jim Crow (redlining, steering, etc). Nothing really changed, but the most dangerous part of the latter is that, to some, it represented "progress" since the discrimination wasn't so overt."

"It only takes one accident. Just one. Where US downs a Russian plane or Russia downs a US plane and it could escalate. I don't think this scenario would play out now. But once Hillary gets in, I expect the chance of things getting out of control much higher."

"Basically, whether Hillary or Trump, we'll still have the same fascist elements in place and there will be the same amount of human suffering as there is now. The only difference is more people would see and be aware of it with Trump. It would be behind the scenes with Hillary (like it is with Obama)"

"She'd be Bush 3.0 though... 2.0 was Obama."

"I'm not voting in national elections anymore. I've totally given up on this (for a variety of reasons). I don't feel the need to participate any longer."

"I'm not necessarily opposed to Trump being elected..."


Thank you for doing what many of us don't have the time to do.

I wish I could find more of those supposedly liberal peeps claiming all the damn reasons they can't vote Hillary. I really wonder what they are saying today, or did they just quit the forum in shame
 

Socivol

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Well we knew her campaign was fed debate questions so this isn't really news. We all know if at least one instance of colluding so this tweet is late.
 

PopeReal

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Thank you for doing what many of us don't have the time to do.

I wish I could find more of those supposedly liberal peeps claiming all the damn reasons they can't vote Hillary. I really wonder what they are saying today, or did they just quit the forum in shame

The silence is deafening.
 

Operations

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Meh, not more ridiculous than his tweets where he blamed Obama for not doing anything about his colussion with Russia.
 

Ponn

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We aren't? We just recently made a red district competitive when it should never have been.

That sure as shit is not from the Dems getting their shit together on a unified platform. That is purely sitting back and hoping on the hate for Trump to be strong. That's not a reliable or sustainable game plan, just ask Hillary. A lot can happen in 4 years and the public has the memory of goldfish. The DNC is woefully unprepared if something should happen like say us going to war with someone. Suddenly those disapprovals flop to "can't change horses in the middle of a conflict". Dems need to stop being so damn complacent and stop letting the GOP play us against each other over stupid shit.
 
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Trump sure is good at making "nicknames" for his opponents - "Crooked Hillary," "Crazy Bernie," etc

In 2020 Democrats need to run someone with a name he can't pronounce

(Partly serious)
 

Dai101

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"Just cast my 3rd party vote. I'm totally confident Clinton will win."

"I also recognize that voting 3rd party takes away from Hillary. Won't make me vote for her though. I'm not voting for a candidate I dislike."

"I put a lot of weight on candidate's foreign policy as well and I think Hillary will be worse than Trump..."

"I don't make a distinction between Bush and Obama or a Trump and Hillary. In fact, I think Obama is actually WORSE than Bush. But at least with Bush, things were more overt. It's like the differences between dejure Jim Crow and defacto Jim Crow (redlining, steering, etc). Nothing really changed, but the most dangerous part of the latter is that, to some, it represented "progress" since the discrimination wasn't so overt."

"It only takes one accident. Just one. Where US downs a Russian plane or Russia downs a US plane and it could escalate. I don't think this scenario would play out now. But once Hillary gets in, I expect the chance of things getting out of control much higher."

"Basically, whether Hillary or Trump, we'll still have the same fascist elements in place and there will be the same amount of human suffering as there is now. The only difference is more people would see and be aware of it with Trump. It would be behind the scenes with Hillary (like it is with Obama)"

"She'd be Bush 3.0 though... 2.0 was Obama."

"I'm not voting in national elections anymore. I've totally given up on this (for a variety of reasons). I don't feel the need to participate any longer."

"I'm not necessarily opposed to Trump being elected..."


Bravo sir! Tip off my proverbial hat.
What a fucking clown that user is.
 

Wafflecakes

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That sure as shit is not from the Dems getting their shit together on a unified platform. That is purely sitting back and hoping on the hate for Trump to be strong. That's not a reliable or sustainable game plan, just ask Hillary. A lot can happen in 4 years and the public has the memory of goldfish. The DNC is woefully unprepared if something should happen like say us going to war with someone. Suddenly those disapprovals flop to "can't change horses in the middle of a conflict". Dems need to stop being so damn complacent and stop letting the GOP play us against each other over stupid shit.
You mean just like you are doing right now over his interpretation of the Georgia results?
 

Dali

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He's trying to obfuscate what comes to mind when people hear "collude." Right now it's "Trump" and "Russians" that are the main word associations. He's trying to make it "Hillary." Good luck with that, little guy.
 

Ponn

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You mean just like you are doing right now over his interpretation of the Georgia results?

That doesn't even make sense. I'm saying Dems can't be complacent and take those results as a barometer that the party is strong. How is the GOP playing me against other Dems?
 
Honestly, if this is true then I blame HC for appointing Trump as president. She should have just let the presidency play out and maybe, someone other than Trump (Sanders) may just have been president. But nooooooooo

Finally a 45th tweet that actually makes sense.

He's not lying here. Broken clock and all that not withstanding... but he's right.

Folks really having a tough time coming to terms with this.

"Just cast my 3rd party vote. I'm totally confident Clinton will win."

"I also recognize that voting 3rd party takes away from Hillary. Won't make me vote for her though. I'm not voting for a candidate I dislike."

"I put a lot of weight on candidate's foreign policy as well and I think Hillary will be worse than Trump..."

"I don't make a distinction between Bush and Obama or a Trump and Hillary. In fact, I think Obama is actually WORSE than Bush. But at least with Bush, things were more overt. It's like the differences between dejure Jim Crow and defacto Jim Crow (redlining, steering, etc). Nothing really changed, but the most dangerous part of the latter is that, to some, it represented "progress" since the discrimination wasn't so overt."

"It only takes one accident. Just one. Where US downs a Russian plane or Russia downs a US plane and it could escalate. I don't think this scenario would play out now. But once Hillary gets in, I expect the chance of things getting out of control much higher."

"Basically, whether Hillary or Trump, we'll still have the same fascist elements in place and there will be the same amount of human suffering as there is now. The only difference is more people would see and be aware of it with Trump. It would be behind the scenes with Hillary (like it is with Obama)"

"She'd be Bush 3.0 though... 2.0 was Obama."

"I'm not voting in national elections anymore. I've totally given up on this (for a variety of reasons). I don't feel the need to participate any longer."

"I'm not necessarily opposed to Trump being elected..."


fucking lol
 

HP_Wuvcraft

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.... does he fucking not understand the difference between colluding with Russia and trying to win against an opponent?
 

BatDan

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.... does he fucking not understand the difference between colluding with Russia and trying to win against an opponent?

He probably thinks it's the same thing.
"So what if I colluded with Russia? I only did it to win."
 

WedgeX

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As a Bernie supporter(tm) during the primaries, anyone falling for Trump's attempts to continue pull the "Hillary-boogeyman" card are just...smh. Not enough people wanted to vote for Bernie. And that was his job.

"Just cast my 3rd party vote. I'm totally confident Clinton will win."

"I also recognize that voting 3rd party takes away from Hillary. Won't make me vote for her though. I'm not voting for a candidate I dislike."

"I put a lot of weight on candidate's foreign policy as well and I think Hillary will be worse than Trump..."

"I don't make a distinction between Bush and Obama or a Trump and Hillary. In fact, I think Obama is actually WORSE than Bush. But at least with Bush, things were more overt. It's like the differences between dejure Jim Crow and defacto Jim Crow (redlining, steering, etc). Nothing really changed, but the most dangerous part of the latter is that, to some, it represented "progress" since the discrimination wasn't so overt."

"It only takes one accident. Just one. Where US downs a Russian plane or Russia downs a US plane and it could escalate. I don't think this scenario would play out now. But once Hillary gets in, I expect the chance of things getting out of control much higher."

"Basically, whether Hillary or Trump, we'll still have the same fascist elements in place and there will be the same amount of human suffering as there is now. The only difference is more people would see and be aware of it with Trump. It would be behind the scenes with Hillary (like it is with Obama)"

"She'd be Bush 3.0 though... 2.0 was Obama."

"I'm not voting in national elections anymore. I've totally given up on this (for a variety of reasons). I don't feel the need to participate any longer."

"I'm not necessarily opposed to Trump being elected..."


Got dang.
 

MagnaderAlpha

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1. The race is over, Clinton DIDN'T win. Let it the fuck GO!

2. Even if she worked with other Democrats, she's a Democrat herself.

3. Eve if this is true, that Clinton was somehow a the ringleader to win Sander's spot as the nominee... small potatoes compared to, like, ALL TH BULLSHIT YOU"VE DONE and ARE IN INVESTIGATION FOR DOING. No equality on this matter, Trump, you are just MORE of an "ENEMY OF MANKIND" with all your bullshit and stuff.
 

ZeoVGM

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Wrong, this guy is close to Comey and has always been ahead of new dropping.

Yes, other people already replied to me a couple pages ago.

We'll see. I try not to buy into Twitter hype. Doesn't mean I'm not hoping for another bombshell.
 

gdt

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Honestly, if this is true then I blame HC for appointing Trump as president. She should have just let the presidency play out and maybe, someone other than Trump (Sanders) may just have been president. But nooooooooo

Left eating itself alive at the service of our glorious leader.

Again.
 

paskowitz

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"Just cast my 3rd party vote. I'm totally confident Clinton will win."

"I also recognize that voting 3rd party takes away from Hillary. Won't make me vote for her though. I'm not voting for a candidate I dislike."

"I put a lot of weight on candidate's foreign policy as well and I think Hillary will be worse than Trump..."

"I don't make a distinction between Bush and Obama or a Trump and Hillary. In fact, I think Obama is actually WORSE than Bush. But at least with Bush, things were more overt. It's like the differences between dejure Jim Crow and defacto Jim Crow (redlining, steering, etc). Nothing really changed, but the most dangerous part of the latter is that, to some, it represented "progress" since the discrimination wasn't so overt."

"It only takes one accident. Just one. Where US downs a Russian plane or Russia downs a US plane and it could escalate. I don't think this scenario would play out now. But once Hillary gets in, I expect the chance of things getting out of control much higher."

"Basically, whether Hillary or Trump, we'll still have the same fascist elements in place and there will be the same amount of human suffering as there is now. The only difference is more people would see and be aware of it with Trump. It would be behind the scenes with Hillary (like it is with Obama)"

"She'd be Bush 3.0 though... 2.0 was Obama."

"I'm not voting in national elections anymore. I've totally given up on this (for a variety of reasons). I don't feel the need to participate any longer."

"I'm not necessarily opposed to Trump being elected..."


Thank you good sir. Hopefully these same people realize their mistake.
 
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