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    Trump’s tweets have Democrats defending and supporting …

    Trump’s tweets have Democrats defending and supporting …

    Amazing.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=T78DwdFUq0c

    I’ve been more than a little distracted the last few days, so I haven’t been able to follow the news cycle (aka Trump’s Twitter feed) quite as closely as the rest of the internet.

    My takeaway from glimpses of the fighting is that Trump has Democrats defending and supporting:

    1. The anti-Semites and socialists of The Squad.

    2. Race hustler, shakedown artist, and hoaxster Al Sharpton.

    and

    3. Politicians whose malfeasance and neglect created abysmal living conditions for poor blacks in Baltimore.

    Do I have this right?

    How much is Trump paying them to do this? Because certainly they wouldn’t do it for free.

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    OrJustThink | July 30, 2019 at 8:21 am

    I voted for Trump and would again. That said, his twitter account is an embarrassment I find myself needing to defend everyday. He has as much drama control as a 14 year old girl, and our country, and his presidency, would both be “greater” if he would just leave off the social media. It makes him look petty, and uneducated.

      You don’t get it. Trump’s tweeting is how he drives the news cycle. It’s how he forced the uniparty and media to drop their masks. Every time he tweets, heads explode behind the masks. It’s been a revelation.

      It is how he bypasses the fake news media to communicate directly to US. Do you actually prefer the nicely packaged phonies who would never risk upsetting liberals? We’ve been clamoring for a fighter for as long as I can remember and we finally found one. If you don’t get it by now, what is wrong with you?


         
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        Tom Servo in reply to Pasadena Phil. | July 30, 2019 at 8:41 am

        George Bush was the President who never answered any criticism, always wanted to be “nice”, and look what that got him. How many Democrats ever said “oh look at that Bush guy, he is always civil, he tries to be so nice, we really respect that in a President and we will work with him because of that.”

        Is there ever one democrat in this country who said that? You know the answer.

        We tried being “nice”. We saw what it got. And This is how you get Trump.


           
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          artichoke in reply to Tom Servo. | July 30, 2019 at 4:52 pm

          Also, that’s because GHWB was more or less a member of the uniparty. His “compassionate conservatism” was a name for a sort of policy diarrhea.


       
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      scaulen in reply to OrJustThink. | July 30, 2019 at 9:09 am

      You don’t have to defend Trump’s twitter feed. When ever I’m called out to defend a statement of his I just say talk to the man, I didn’t tweet it. Then I reply with what did he say that was inaccurate? Make them defend their anger then the debate is on. He’s a grown ass man and doesn’t need help defending himself. What he does need is people on his side to help call out the fake racism and pearl clutching of the Dems and GOPe. Keep forcing them to defend their indefensible positions. Keep them on their heels, keep them chasing the laser pointer instead of figuring out a coherent strategy.


       
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      Barry in reply to OrJustThink. | July 30, 2019 at 11:01 am

      “I voted for Trump and would again.”

      No, you didn’t. You’re just another drive by prog that thinks we’ll believe your lies.

      Trumps tweets are truth. You progs don’t like the truth.


     
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    2smartforlibs | July 30, 2019 at 8:36 am

    Interesting how not on liberal is fixing the issue but everyone runs to the mic to complain. The city has been under the liberal jack boto for 52 years.


       
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      amatuerwrangler in reply to 2smartforlibs. | July 30, 2019 at 10:43 am

      They are not into fixing problems, only exploiting them for their own purposes, which usually boils down to political power.

      DJT put up a solution to the “immigration” and “dreamer” problems 2 years ago. The Dems immediately opposed the solution that mirrored something they had pushed when Obama was President; they needed the problem to mobilize the hispanic vote and they could not allow DJT to get something necessary done.


       
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      CaliforniaJimbo in reply to 2smartforlibs. | July 30, 2019 at 12:54 pm

      Baltimore was able to take down all of their confederate statues in one night. The trash on the streets remains.


     
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    amatuerwrangler | July 30, 2019 at 10:28 am

    I saw a story leed someplace saying “His Tweets are Trump’s laser pointer, the DNC and Media are the cat”.

    Except for the DNC-media redundancy, they got it right.

    “3. Politicians whose malfeasance and neglect created abysmal living conditions for poor blacks in Baltimore.”

    Pick a TV show (The Wire) that most Millennials have watched, and depicts an inner city’s squalor and political corruption, knowing that these images are planted in their minds already. Find a politician who’s wife is under investigation in that same city. Put them together and make a “controversial” tweet. Watch them self destruct.

    The Democrat Party desperately needs the backing of the Black community. Without the backing of 90% of the Black voters, they lose. It is a critical voting block for them.

    So, when Trump points out, correctly, that a majority black area, represented by a Black Democrat and Black Democrat local politicians, this gets the heads, of the Black people who live there, nodding in agreement. And, it gets worse for the Dems, if Blacks and other minorities get to looking around their own Democrat controlled sh**hole neighborhoods and start wondering about their living conditions. The driving force behind getting votes is being able to answer the voter’s question, “What have you done for me, lately?”.


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