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    04 May '18 12:12
    Are they finally wising up to how dems are playing them?


    https://www.msn.com/en-us/music/celebrity/trump’s-support-among-black-men-doubles-after-kanye-west-endorsement-reuters-poll-says/ar-AAwHDXy
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    04 May '18 15:43
    Whoever relies on Kanye West for voting advice probably deserves Donald Trump as president.
  3. Behind the scenes
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    04 May '18 15:581 edit
    Originally posted by @mott-the-hoople
    Are they finally wising up to how dems are playing them?


    https://www.msn.com/en-us/music/celebrity/trump’s-support-among-black-men-doubles-after-kanye-west-endorsement-reuters-poll-says/ar-AAwHDXy
    This idiot is 53 million dollars in debt, and you're going to start promoting him as a role model?? I had no idea the right wing was so desperate for some good news, that they'd reach out to the Kardashian / West freak show.

    https://www.cnbc.com/2016/03/08/did-kim-kardashian-west-just-bail-kanye-out-of-his-53-million-debt.html

    https://finance.yahoo.com/news/kanye-west-net-worth-rapper-100214748.html
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    04 May '18 17:032 edits
    Now a judge has hopped on board by slamming Mueller

    https://www.cnn.com/2018/05/04/politics/paul-manafort-hearing/index.html

    Ouch!

    Looks like judge Ellis will have to be impeached now, along with his wife being raped and children killed and him being removed from any known photographs.

    Too bad. That's the price you pay for opposing fascism.

    They will probably find him dead in bed with a pillow over his face like you know who.
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    04 May '18 20:02
    Originally posted by @mott-the-hoople
    Are they finally wising up to how dems are playing them?


    https://www.msn.com/en-us/music/celebrity/trump’s-support-among-black-men-doubles-after-kanye-west-endorsement-reuters-poll-says/ar-AAwHDXy
    Today, Kanye West.
    Tomorrow, O J Simpson. 🙄🙄🙄🙄
  6. SubscriberWOLFE63
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    05 May '18 14:11
    Originally posted by @kazetnagorra
    Whoever relies on Kanye West for voting advice probably deserves Donald Trump as president.
    Whoever relies on Donald Trump for great lyricism...probably deserves Kanye West as President. 😀
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    05 May '18 14:36
    Originally posted by @wolfe63
    Whoever relies on Donald Trump for great lyricism...probably deserves Kanye West as President. 😀
    careful...you are violating one of the tenets of liberalism.
  8. Subscribersonhouse
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    05 May '18 14:42
    Originally posted by @kazetnagorra
    Whoever relies on Kanye West for voting advice probably deserves Donald Trump as president.
    PROBABLY? One too many words in your sentence.
  9. Unknown Territories
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    05 May '18 14:45
    Originally posted by @mchill
    This idiot is 53 million dollars in debt, and you're going to start promoting him as a role model?? I had no idea the right wing was so desperate for some good news, that they'd reach out to the Kardashian / West freak show.

    https://www.cnbc.com/2016/03/08/did-kim-kardashian-west-just-bail-kanye-out-of-his-53-million-debt.html

    https://finance.yahoo.com/news/kanye-west-net-worth-rapper-100214748.html
    A much, much larger point is being missed.
    Were a hazy, unfocused spotlight placed on nearly ANY "celebrity" from whatever field of distraction the media has to offer, the results would be shocking to the average citizen who otherwise follows the rules of society.
    These people are overwhelming a moral/ethical/financial mess, but they fit the bill, image-wise, so they are propped up and touted as the thing which we should aspire to be, or at least be like.

    The real issue here is how patently obvious the media has used its own stable to create an echo chamber for the express purpose of affecting a specific political ideology.
    The Obama-Soetoro "Change" campaign was a textbook example of this cult of personality, with famous faces somberly-but-with-hopeful-optimism pouring their hearts out to the camera, imploring the hoi polloi to believe.

    What makes mouth-breathing Kanye West stand out as a situation is his temerity to break ranks and take any stance contrary to script.
    "Read your lines, stay in line."

    It's (hopefully) a matter of time before the rest of the group realizes the constraint upon their expressions is the hallmark of the fascism they're supposedly making a stand against, and begin to use their voice accordingly.
    Well, those who aren't afraid of being blacklisted, of course.
  10. Subscribersonhouse
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    05 May '18 14:462 edits
    Originally posted by @whodey
    Now a judge has hopped on board by slamming Mueller

    https://www.cnn.com/2018/05/04/politics/paul-manafort-hearing/index.html

    Ouch!

    Looks like judge Ellis will have to be impeached now, along with his wife being raped and children killed and him being removed from any known photographs.

    Too bad. That's the price you pay for opposing fascism.

    They will probably find him dead in bed with a pillow over his face like you know who.
    Did you deliberately forget about the OTHER statement he made, a question about why if this is not federal in scope why has it not been transferred to another court like the Cohen case which was slid down the the southern court district of NY.

    You ignore the parts that had real push but only cherry picked what you figure will bolster your case Vis a Vis, you bromance with Trumpf.

    Also ignoring the fact Trump's poll ratings are getting lower each day, now under 40%.

    Even some repubs are abandoning this sociopath POTUS.

    Just out of curiosity, just how much amoral behavior by POTUS would it take (THIS POTUS, forget calling out Obama, Clinton, Kennedy and such) for you to decide enough is enough?

    Andrew Johnson and Clinton were the only presidents who endured impeachment proceedings and both of those efforts failed.

    Your republican buddy Nixon is the only president who would have undoubtedly have REALLY have been impeached if he hadn't in fact resigned rather than face the proceedings of impeachment.

    I seem to recall, maybe fake news, that he was in fact Republican.......
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    05 May '18 16:17
    Originally posted by @sonhouse
    Did you deliberately forget about the OTHER statement he made, a question about why if this is not federal in scope why has it not been transferred to another court like the Cohen case which was slid down the the southern court district of NY.

    You ignore the parts that had real push but only cherry picked what you figure will bolster your case Vis a Vi ...[text shortened]... ings of impeachment.

    I seem to recall, maybe fake news, that he was in fact Republican.......
    The extra political machinations we've allowed into the otherwise "normal" political process of campaign and election we've enjoyed (ha) since our founding as a corporation only underscores how far off the reservation we've travelled.
    From Kennedy onward, there has been a losing-side tradition of turning all efforts to causing a distraction which keeps the winners from any of the platforms they intended to pursue.
    Why do we allow this?

    I was all on board getting Clinton out of office simply on the basis of his involvement in the drug and arms smuggling while governor of Arkansas.
    But semen on a dress?
    Are we effing kidding?!?

    If we're going to elect criminals, it seems appropriate for us to suffer under their administration for four years.
    Without the false relief of a go-nowhere campaign relying on rumors, speculation and other forms of skullduggery, the ensuing time between elections ought to go toward finding a single honest citizen with a proven record of competence in leadership who is willing to take one for the team.
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    05 May '18 16:18
    Originally posted by @freakykbh
    A much, much larger point is being missed.
    Were a hazy, unfocused spotlight placed on nearly ANY "celebrity" from whatever field of distraction the media has to offer, the results would be shocking to the average citizen who otherwise follows the rules of society.
    These people are overwhelming a moral/ethical/financial mess, but they fit the bill, image ...[text shortened]... to use their voice accordingly.
    Well, those who aren't afraid of being blacklisted, of course.
    West is refusing to live on the democrat plantation. Many more are taking his lead and seeing that Trump is helping them gain their freedom. Black unemployment is at an ALL TIME LOW...let that sink in.
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    05 May '18 16:20
    Originally posted by @sonhouse
    Did you deliberately forget about the OTHER statement he made, a question about why if this is not federal in scope why has it not been transferred to another court like the Cohen case which was slid down the the southern court district of NY.

    You ignore the parts that had real push but only cherry picked what you figure will bolster your case Vis a Vi ...[text shortened]... ings of impeachment.

    I seem to recall, maybe fake news, that he was in fact Republican.......
    LOL...a liberal talking about moral behavior...go piss in the womens bathroom and STFU!
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    05 May '18 17:01
    Originally posted by @wolfe63
    Whoever relies on Donald Trump for great lyricism...probably deserves Kanye West as President. 😀
    Trump is already writing lyrics for Sean Hannity !! 😀
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    05 May '18 17:12
    Originally posted by @mott-the-hoople
    West is refusing to live on the democrat plantation. Many more are taking his lead and seeing that Trump is helping them gain their freedom. Black unemployment is at an ALL TIME LOW...let that sink in.
    Low unemployment amongst African Americans is Barack Obama's achievement.

    Trump just sat in the chair after the fact.
    And brought disgrace to the office.
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