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“Trump has a gigantic advantage on YouTube”


From MoveOn:
“Joe Biden is leading in most polls, but we can’t get complacent, because new data shows that Trump has a gigantic advantage on YouTube, the most popular platform on the entire internet, and that’s a big, big problem.”

Politico is calling YouTube Trump’s ‘secret weapon,’ much like Facebook was in 2016, where Trump dominated Hillary Clinton and gained a below-the-radar advantage that didn’t become apparent until it was too late.”

“During a socially distanced campaign season where people are staying home and streaming more than ever before, YouTube is positioned to play an even more influential role than Facebook.”


The potential for VOTER FRAUD is, indeed, a problem


“To improve ballot integrity, we propose that federal, state, and local prosecutors issue public reports on their investigations of election fraud, and we recommend federal legislation to deter or prosecute systemic efforts to deceive or intimidate voters. States need to do more to prevent voter registration and absentee ballot fraud. The electoral system cannot inspire public confidence if no safeguards exist to deter or detect fraud or to confirm the identity of voters. Photo IDs currently are needed to board a plane, enter federal buildings, and cash a check. Voting is equally important.”
Report of the Commission
on Federal Election Reform
, 2005,
which included Jimmy Carter, Tom Daschle,
James Baker, and Bob Michel

Embracing David Duke?

NE_LJSFalling for a drive-by media meme? I thought Senator Sasse was smarter than that. Gave him way more credit than he deserves, sadly.

Who is talking about embracing David Duke, anyway? No one, that’s who. Trying to smear by accusation is just wrong, Senator Sasse. Repeating DNC talking points ain’t a good way of furthering your career or defending the party.

I left the Republican Party a long time ago, or rather the Republicans left me behind, abandoning common sense conservatism and embracing big government liberalism.

I am not a fan of Donald Trump, generally. But if it’s a choice between him and Hillary, that’s a no-brainer.

After watching the clip of him on MSNBC’s Morning Joe, I just have this to say:

I agree a lot with his points on Trump, Putin, China, and the Republican Party et al, but . . .

What a weasel.

We cannot afford Hillary as president.


Curious & Curiouser

Snowden, Edward Snowden, tweeted this out on the 27th:

2016: a choice between Donald Trump and Goldman Sachs.”

Very curious indeed.

It ain’t gonna be an easy choice this presidential season.

I will never vote for Hillary. She downright scares me. But Donald Trump?!

He is so bombastic and just plain silly at times. Way too simplistic for a president. And I don’t trust him.

He praises Putin, a thug. He praises eminent domain, a dubious tool often misused and abused by the powerful and the power hungry, including himself. It’s all about the almighty dollar. He is the very definition of a crony capitalist.

I only hope that if he is elected, he continues to listen to conservative voices, from the likes of Senator Sessions and Rush Limbaugh to his primary opponents, such as Ted Cruz, Ben Carson and, yes, even, Marco Rubio. If Trump fails to, there will be a rebellion, a far greater one than what’s put him in the lead during the primary.

The current revolution has thrown the Republican party into chaos, and rightly so. Republican leadership has been spineless and corrupt for far too long. And now their lack of principle has come back to bite them in their fat asses. They have no one to blame but themselves for the rise of Donald Trump.

I, too, have a recent tweet or two about the election:

has benefited from , at the expense of the common man. He’s the ultimate insider & can’t be trusted.

As with most of the Republican leadership going back awhile, I just don’t trust him.

We live in strange times. There are no good options — for Snowden, for me, for the electorate, for the country. America is truly at a crossroads.

If Trump does win the nomination, he will need to reach out to every Republican out there, from Jeb Bush and Michael Medved to Mark Levin and Glenn Beck.

Uniting the Republicans will be no easy task. But then, if he succeeds, and I hope he does, he will have a far greater task before him: uniting the country.