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WHAT TO DO ABOUT .... the Starbucks Idiot

Can we please just boycott Starbucks and put an end to Idiot schultz before he really starts?
Make Starbucks stock price DROP and so will Howard Schultz's wealth.
I am tired of hearing him yap. It's been less than a week and I have heard too much from him.


Don the Con. I didn't get what i wanted

Trump Was Always Going to Fold on the Border Wall

The president almost always caves in a tough negotiation, and he never had a real plan for using the shutdown to get $5.7 billion from Congress.

Trump not only folded—sustaining all the political damage that he would have in December—but he did so only after a long, bruising shutdown that hurt his public approval and split off even some of his core supporters. This dubious strategy is in keeping with the president’s modus operandi. As I have written, Trump almost always folds.

i hate CHUCK TOAD. 15 years later & he brings up howard dean

howard deans yell ..... and we have the trump admininstration murdering children.

Get Chuck Toad off the air. He is a mean mean man

MICHAEL COHEN ... Ex-Trump lawyer: Rigging polls 'was at the direction of' Trump

Ex-Trump lawyer: Rigging polls 'was at the direction of' Trump

Michael Cohen, a former lawyer for U.S. President Donald Trump, said on Thursday he paid a firm to manipulate online polling data "at the direction of and for the sole benefit of" Trump.

The Wall Street Journal reported that Cohen had paid the data firm Redfinch Solutions to manipulate two public opinion polls in favor of Trump before the 2016 presidential campaign.

"As for the @WSJ article on poll rigging," Cohen said on Twitter on Thursday, "what I did was at the direction of and for the sole benefit of @realDonaldTrump @POTUS. I truly regret my blind loyalty to a man who doesn't deserve it."

The attempts to influence the polls ultimately proved largely unsuccessful but does shed a light on the tactics of the Trump campaign and Cohen's role within it. On the campaign trail, Trump frequently referred to his polling numbers to help fuel his candidacy.

The Journal said Cohen commissioned John Gauger, who runs RedFinch Solutions, to write a computer script to repeatedly vote for Trump in a February 2015 Drudge Report poll on potential Republican candidates. The move came as Trump was preparing to enter the 2016 presidential election race, the newspaper reported.


Melania voted for Hillary



there should be Marches FOR Humanity .... MARCHES AGAINST THE WALL !! Reopen the Government

organize quickly in all cities ..... Big and Small.

Show Donald Rump and the Republics that Hate is not what we are. MARCH AGAINST THE WALL.

Reopen the Government, millions of people.

Trump DOJ had evidence that the Harris/GOP's NC-9 vendor had committed election fraud in 2018

So, the Trump DOJ had evidence that the Harris/GOP's NC-9 vendor had committed election fraud in 2016 and did nothing to prevent in in 2018. The GOP doesn't care about preventing "fraud," it only cares about suppressing the vote and winning.


Nine months before allegations of absentee ballot fraud tainted a congressional race in North Carolina, the state elections board gave officials from the Justice Department’s main office evidence that the political operative at the center of the scandal had used similar tactics in 2016.

On Jan. 31, 2018, the chief of the Justice Department’s Public Integrity Section, which oversees prosecutions of election crimes, met in Raleigh with state officials and U.S. attorney Robert Higdon, according to an elections board spokesman.

The following day, the state officials sent a public integrity lawyer an eight-page memo describing interviews with two campaign workers who said they were paid during the 2016 election to hand-deliver mail-in ballots to political operative Leslie McCrae Dowless. Under North Carolina law, only voters or their close relatives or guardians may deliver or mail in ballots. The memo also summarized interviews with three Bladen County voters who filed complaints saying those campaign workers had sought their ballots.

The meeting and follow-up email, obtained by The Washington Post under a public records request, are the first public indications that officials with the Justice Department in Washington were made aware of the allegations against Dowless.
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