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By Patrick Van Roy On March 1st, 2021

He didn’t announce he was running, but he said a lot that needed to be said…. It is a 2 hour and 28 minute speech and he stayed on message for the most of it. Immigration, and Integrity of the Vote being in my view the most important parts. The most satisfying part however was he didn’t throw the Gauntlet at the feet of the RINOs he threw it in their face, telling them flat out….  I’m not starting a third party the Republican Party is his Party and here is a list of those in our party that are a Problem and he then proceeded to name names…..

As usual the speech is also filled with delightful Flag waving and Love of America that got him more votes than any other Republican… Evah!

 

30 Responses to “Trump”

  1. “he stayed on message” and the message was “they stole the election”

    Poor Trumpy can’t handle reality.

  2. Patrick

    Why not admit it, you just love Trump. He’s not a conservative like you but you are a fully paid up member of the Trump cult. You willingly believe and propagate all his lies about the election and all his lies about everything else. Like Cruz, you’ve been totally indoctrinated. Four legs good, two legs bad.

    And of course like your fellow Trump cultists you totally think that Pence was a RINO TRAITOR on 6 January. And if he’d been lynched that woulda been kinda tough, but heh. Those folks who stormed the Capitol were PATRIOTS, end of. They were defending the constitution, not trying to overthrow it.

  3. These guys say “ quit obsessing about Trump he’s not president anymore” and then the minute the minute the jerk gives a speech they post it.

    He’s a big loser, rejected by the American voter.

    Are you quite sure that you want to continue to worship him. You shouldn’t worship any mortal man.

  4. The man is the Ex-President and the head of the Republican Party and as Obnoxious as he is he presided more conservatively than even Reagan.

    When he speaks he will be given a Platform on this site.

    What you will also get which is much more important is coverage of what the Burden Administration is doing to this Country and what will ultimately effect the rest of the world, non of it good.

    I will cover both.

    Phantom could write the praise, direction and accomplishments of the Burden Administration at his convenience…. Why aren’t you praising him Phantom? He’s done over 60 Executive Orders please tell us how they have improved the lives of the people of this country?

    Tell us what he has done to correct everything Trump did wrong and how he’s fixing it?

    The floor is always yours.

  5. There is more to this world than Republicans vs Democrats cops’n’robbers

    I don’t worship Biden.

    He’s a lot better than the man that preceded him, which is exceptionally faint praise.

  6. You all act as if Pete and I are the only voices here, Phantom is a 3rd voice and a voice that is aligned with your views…. now he will say he hasn’t the time… yet he comments 24/7.

    No posts of substance take time, even the short ones, but a quick “Hey look at this” accompanied by a link to and a paragraph about an accomplishment… that takes 5 min.

    He could manage that.

  7. I choose to be a counter-puncher most of the time.

    But we’ll see something this week.

  8. You are quite capable of more than counter punching…. and I know pieces like I asked you to write about NYC take time, but with really not much effort Phantom you could highlight any issue, event or thing that has caught your eye.

    It’s just something you are not used to doing. I think… and I am sure everyone would agree the post you could put together in 10min would be worth reading and of interest.

    it get’s easier with practice, and would add a lot to the site.

  9. what a bunch of sniveling dreck

  10. what are you whining about EP?

    Trump… or us?

  11. Here are just some of Trump’s lies from yesterday:

    “He falsely said that “nobody knows anything about” refugees and “we don’t have crime records, we don’t have health records” for them. (Background checks for refugees take one to two years to complete.)

    He claimed that the Keystone XL pipeline created “42,000 great-paying jobs.” (This is an estimate of the temporary jobs the pipeline would support in two years.)

    He misleadingly claimed that Mr. Biden reversed his position from opposing fracking during the Democratic primary to saying “we love fracking” during the general election. (Mr. Biden has consistently said he opposes fracking on public lands.)

    He falsely blamed “the windmill calamity” for blackouts in Texas, and criticized windmills for killing birds. (Wind power is not the chief reason for the power outages, and birds die far more frequently from collisions with buildings and cars than with windmills.)

    He misleadingly claimed that the United States became the top “energy superpower on earth” under his watch. (The United States became the world’s top oil producer in 2013 and overtook Russia as the world’s leading gas producer as far back as 2009.)

    He falsely claimed credit for the “strongest economy in the history of the world.” (Metrics did not show a historical record.)

    He misrepresented tariffs as “taking billions and billions of dollars from China.” (Tariffs are paid for by American consumers, not China.)

    He claimed “we used to lose $504 billion trade deficit with China.” (This was a reference to the trade deficit in goods — which does not include services and is not a “loss” — with China, which grew to $538 billion under his watch.)

    He falsely claimed that undocumented immigrants and dead people are voting in “voluminous” numbers. (There is no evidence of this.)

    He falsely claimed that there were “more votes than people” in Detroit and Pennsylvania. (This is not true of either location.)”

    https://www.nytimes.com/2021/02/28/us/politics/trump-cpac-fact-check.html?campaign_id=9&emc=edit_nn_20210228&instance_id=27598&nl=the-morning&regi_id=92386359&segment_id=52539&te=1&user_id=88a853b48475ac441e2bca51f72ddacb

  12. Dammit, Cohen has stolen my idea about Orange Jumpsuits

    Trump’s tax returns now in the hands of New York prosecutors, and Cohen is reportedly a key witness in the criminal case against Trump, meaning Cohen is in a better position than most to know where this is heading next.

    Accordingly, Michael Cohen recently went on television and urged Trump to get fitted for his prison jumpsuit. Now, in a move we love, Cohen is actually selling custom prison jumpsuits.

    https://www.palmerreport.com/analysis/michael-cohen-sticks-it-to-donald-trump/37026/

    I love the smell of napalm over Mar-a-Lago in March 2021

  13. We absolutely did not have the strongest US economy at any time in the past four years

    That concept is preposterous

    Did he say anything about encouraging his sheeple to wear masks and do social distancing – still needed…

  14. No, he didn’t encourage anyone to wear masks or get vaccinated. He knows that an important section of his base views the pandemic as a hoax and are anti-Vaxxers like Hannity and Carlson. Maybe he didn’t want to annoy them or maybe he’s moving towards an openly anti-Vaxxer position.

  15. lmao……

    Phantom highest employment numbers EVER: BLACKS, HISPANIC, WOMEN… EVER broke every number in History…..

    Now you can crunch or cite any other numbers you want, but to me and now all those people who were employed, but definitely won’t be for the next 4yrs would beg to differ…..

    Peter I need more coffee to even read what you wrote…..

    and look at that Kurt….. what’s the matter nothing Whispering…..

  16. Many more Americans would be alive today if he had shown the slightest bit bit of leadership on this.

  17. that’s nobodies fault Phantom… a virus is a virus and if you want to pass blame every major area of death are controlled by dems, the worst death zone was your state.

    Your Governor rather than use a single bed in the Hospital that was built for him, and the ship that he was given because it would have been a PR+ for Trump sent the infected to the nursing homes and KILLED over 15,000 people with that action in your state alone….

    You really don’t want to start pointing fingers of blame…..

  18. No one who knows anything about the US economy thinks that the US economy of say 2020 was stronger than the US economy of:say 1955

    In 1955, the US dominated auto making chemicals steel aviation and just about all other industries worldwide completely. Not so today ( and understandable, no one should have expected Europe and Asia to remain poor and disorganized forever )

    In 1955, a person with a high school education or less could get an a respectable factory job and support himself and a family on it. That’s impossible now.

    In 2020, US national debt as a percentage of GDP was twice what it was in 1955.

    In 1955, they didn’t keep track of black or female unemployment. Women weren’t expected to work outside, one income was enough.

    That’s how strong the US economy was then.

  19. I’ve never voted for Cuomo And I do not defend him now ( even though you make errors on the virus even here )

    While you guys will always worship trumps farts and say what he says verbatim

  20. Trump actually spoke quiet well yesterday. He performed effectively, didn’t stumble, didn’t switch mid sentence (much) and came across quiet strongly. Of course it can be impressive when it is peppered with blatant lies, but if he concentrated on genuine truths, admitted errors or failures and stopped the need to be FANTASTIC at everything he might actually be more of an impressive challenger to the Biden administration. And yes I watched the whole speech

  21. Did he mention VP Pence at all?

    Did he mention the January 6 Trump riot / insurrection at all?

  22. No

  23. So he said nothing of importance, took no responsibility for anything.

    His band of traitors and cop-killers were intent on murdering the VP, and the bunker crowd have not AFAIK ever commented on that specific thing here.

  24. To be honest the SKY NEWS live coverage I was watching cut away after about an hour and 15 minutes so I don’t know how much longer he went on for, but he hadn’t mentioned the riot or Pence by the time I couldn’t follow it anymore .

  25. Pence refused to tear up the Constitution to make Il Duce happy, so to Trump and the bunker crowd it is as though Pence never lived.

    Like Jeff Sessions, Pence was a Trump supporter whose ethics and loyalty to country and Constitution over-rode loyalty to one man.

    Trumpism at this point is a movement without any ethics or beliefs of any kind. It stands for whatever Donald wants that moment.

  26. Of course he mentioned the riot…. he wanted to know why Nancy cancelled the National Guard troops that HE REQUESTED… he mentioned it quite prominently.

    As for Pence no he said nothing why would he?

  27. Trump is the king of the liars

    He did not call for the deployment of the National Guard during the heat of the riot – he was useless at best for hours

    And he sure as hell never asked for them before January 6

  28. Mike Pence served the country loyally as Vice President.

    Wouldn’t it be appropriate for the former president to recognize that service in some way?

  29. According to the National Guard and the Capital police he did and Nancy said no… she didn’t like the “Optics”

    EXCLUSIVE: Top Republicans on several committees are demanding answers from Speaker Nancy Pelosi regarding security decisions made leading up to and on the day of the Capitol riot on Jan. 6.

    House Administration Committee Ranking Member Rodney Davis, House Judiciary Committee Ranking Member Jim Jordan, House Oversight Committee Ranking Member James Comer and House Intelligence Committee Ranking Member Devin Nunes sent a letter to Pelosi, D-Calif., on Monday, saying that “many important questions” about her “responsibility for the security” of the Capitol on Jan. 6 “remain unanswered.”

    The article goes on to state the following:

    Davis, Jordan, Comer and Nunes pointed to claims made by former Capitol Police Chief Steve Sund, that he, on Jan. 4, approached the sergeants at arms to request the assistance of the National Guard. Sund, in a letter to Pelosi last month, said the former Sergeant at Arms Paul Irving said he was concerned about “the optics” and didn’t feel the “intelligence supported it.”

    The Republicans wrote in their letter to Pelosi on Monday, “When then-Chief Sund made a request for national guard support on January 4th, why was that request denied? Did Sergeant at Arms Paul Irving get permission or instruction from your staff on January 4th prior to denying Chief Sund’s request for the national guard?”

    Rep. Jim Jordan said in a pair of Twitter posts, “Capitol Police requested National Guard help prior to January 6th. That request was denied by Speaker Pelosi and her Sergeant at Arms. During the attack, Capitol Police made the request again. It took over an hour to get approval from Pelosi’s team!”

  30. Patrick

    It’s obvious that the Democrats were 100% responsible for the invasion of the Capitol on 6 January. Trump’s rabble-rousing speech and his promise days before that the rally would be “wild” and that Pence would need to be “strong” by overturning the certified results in four states had absolutely **** all to do with it.

    And Pence proved himself a traitor on 6 January when he allowed Biden to be confirmed.

    Yeah?