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UPDATE: I now have the full story behind Joe Biden’s unexpected speech yesterday about corpse rape, and, yeah, the demographics of the necrophiliac psycho killer and his victim who caught Joe’s imagination are what readers of @ColinFlaherty — but not watchers of “Law & Order” — would expect.

The Democrats and media are almost unanimously agreed that they will package Joe Biden this fall as a boring, calm, reassuring candidate. The only dissenter is Biden, who sees himself as a man full of surprises who might say anything, whether it’s Thomas Edison not inventing the lightbulb or the following disturbing anecdote:

What the hell was that, Joe? The opening scene of some low budget slasher movie screenplay you’ve alway wanted to pitch to Hollywood?

As I’ve been pointing out, with his vanity and lack of filter, the second-most Trump-like man in American politics is Biden. One difference, though, is that with Trump it’s usually pretty obvious at all times which angle he’s working when he brings something up.

But with Biden, a lot that spills out of his mouth seems less than calculated, just something that he suddenly felt the need to get off his chest. I presume that Monday’s excessively-detailed story about the necrophiliac madman was in service to some focus-grouped campaign theme like more money for veterans’ mental health services, but, Joe, please, Too Much Information.

Dwight L. Smith Jr.

UPDATE: Colin Flaherty points out the story behind Joe’s story. From Delaware Online:

Ex-soldier sentenced in rape, murder case

Army veteran gets life sentence for killing 65-year-old Marsha Lee as she walked her dog in 2011.

Jessica Masulli ReyesT he News Journal

An Army veteran has been given two life sentences without parole plus five years after pleading guilty but mentally ill to raping and killing a woman walking her dog in Brandywine Hills.

Dwight L. Smith Jr., 28, ran down Marsha Lee, 65, of Wilmington with his red SUV in December 2011 while she was walking her dog. He then threw her into his vehicle and drove off, according to authorities.

Never specifically mentioned in the text of any articles I’ve seen, but figure-outable from photos and or mentions of the victim’s synagogue is that the psycho killer was black and the woman victim was white.

Perhaps out of respect for the dead, the articles also tend to skip over the corpse rape part that seized Joe’s imagination.

 
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  1. As I’ve mentioned, the brief Regency of Joe Biden before Kamala is officially made president promises to deliver all kinds of fun, particularly if (like me) you enjoy gallows humor.

  2. Snopes will say Not True. The woman was alive when molested.

    • Agree: Thirdtwin, Kronos
    • Replies: @Thirdtwin
  3. Prediction: Creepy Joe will get COVID-19 just before the debates, will miss them all, will win the White House despite a Trump landslide election victory….

    Creepy Joe has survived many grave challenges, like having the top of his head removed…

    So he will hang on and even appear to thrive until his sudden death on January 22nd, 2021.

    He and his ramblings will be sorely missed under the administration of Mistress Harris.

  4. Wake up says:

    I can’t imagine Biden debating Trump. He will get thoroughly trashed, and I get a feeling his Campaign will look for a way to avoid all debates.

  5. Maybe he’s just trying to attract attention. If he gets his name in the news a lot, it counters the image that he’s holed up in his basement.

    I’m hoping for the 4-hour debate on Joe Rogan. That would finish him.

  6. Polynikes says:
    @Wake up

    I’ve been saying that for a while, but I think he’ll go through one highly scripted debate where the media runs interference and he has the questions beforehand. The challenger is always perceived to do well in the first one, and he has a very low bar to get over with current expectations.

    It’ll be a media ambush of Trump with Biden’s corpse watching from the other podium.

    • Replies: @CAL2
  7. El Dato says:

    Do they have a guy with a Novichok blow dart behind the curtains in case he meanders into Spirit Cooking?

    Meanwhile: Hasbaraunwell:

    Almost 11% of US millennials think the Jews caused the Holocaust according to disturbing new survey

    In particular:

    Some 63 percent of all respondents did not know that six million Jews were murdered, while 36 percent thought that “two million or fewer Jews” were killed.

    When suddenly the “Wisdom of the Crowds” no longer applies!

    • LOL: BB753
    • Replies: @J. Farmer
    , @allahu akbar
  8. Kamala just be “Biden” her time until the presidency.

  9. @Chrisnonymous

    The bummer is that I heard that since moving to Texas, Joe doesn’t get baked with his guests. With Biden no one could really tell.

    I believe the DNC used a deepfake mash-up to do his “stellar” convention speech. With Creepy Joe phoning it in, so to say, how can we be sure they don’t deepfake the debates.

    Joe Biden in debate:

    • Replies: @Haxo Angmark
  10. J. Farmer says:
    @Mr McKenna

    I always assumed the plan was to get Biden to election night and then throw a radio in his bathtub. At the very least you’d expect Kamala to start jumping from around corners shouting “Boo!”

    • LOL: AndrewR
    • Replies: @Bill Jones
    , @Rex Little
  11. @Chrisnonymous

    I’m for a Lincoln-Douglas debate format.

    Wikipedia:

    “Each debate lasted 3 hours. The format was that one candidate spoke for 60 minutes, then the other candidate spoke for 90 minutes, and then the first candidate was allowed a 30-minute rejoinder.”

    This would produce at least three salutary effects:

    1. There would be no obnoxious CNN/MSNBC airhead moderators with their fingers on scale.
    2. The debates would produce enough material of outrageous hilarity for Saturday Night Live to last until the end of millennium.
    3. Both candidates would present themselves as unfit to hold any office higher than dog catcher. The election-process for the office of the U.S. Presidency would be declared unworkable and thus abolished. The Presidency would be filled by a person from a random pick out of the Peoria, Illinois telephone book, a vast improvement over what we’ve had for at least a hundred years.

    • Replies: @MrTea
  12. J. Farmer says:
    @El Dato

    That headline could probably be more accurately written as, “Almost 11% of US millennials know next to nothing about the Holocaust except it had something to do with Jews”

  13. @Mike Tre

    Is that like Al Haig, after Reagan was shot, saying, “I’m in control here”?

    • Replies: @TTSSYF
    , @Reg Cæsar
  14. Biden has always had a tendency to say strangely inappropriate things. Now this is combined with some level of senility. In politics that’s the equivalent of a power keg next to an open flame.

    I seriously don’t know why Democrats schedule any live speaking events for him. I would just brazen it out with only recorded events in front of a hand picked audience until November. Between his lead in the polls and the interference the MSM would give, you gotta figure that’s enough to get him across the finish line.

  15. @NJ Transit Commuter

    I seriously don’t know why Democrats schedule any live speaking events for him.

    What a plot for a novel!

    (My impression is that there is a lot of insecurity at play. They might have painted themselves into a corner).

    • Agree: Hibernian
  16. TTSSYF says:
    @Gary in Gramercy

    That was no gaffe. It was purposely put out there to “reassure” Dems that it’s okay to vote for the obviously impaired Biden.

    • Agree: Travis
    • LOL: AndrewR
  17. CAL2 says:
    @Polynikes

    The problem is he gave he’s been giving speeches (i.e. highly scripted events), and he either can’t put together two words or tells stories like this. He is losing his mind and the drugs can only do so much.

  18. TTSSYF says:
    @NJ Transit Commuter

    John Boehner used to cry at the drop of a hat, which I found rather ridiculous until I read that he had had some sort of brain injury or illness and that crying easily is a not-uncommon characteristic (I then recalled knowing someone years ago who had a similar condition and tendency to cry inappropriately). I’ve also known people with epilepsy who seem to blurt things out, seemingly without being able to control it. Didn’t Biden have serious brain aneurysms many years ago, and didn’t his son died of brain cancer? It’s perfectly reasonable to assume that Biden’s mental capacity has declined precipitously, not merely because of his age, but due to a genetic predisposition and prior trauma.

    • Replies: @Kronos
    , @Haxo Angmark
  19. Anon[144] • Disclaimer says:
    @Wake up

    1st Debate – Sorry Joe having transgender op today

    2nd & 3rd Debates – Still transitioning from op

    Inauguration- Jo is finally seen wearing a stunning turquoise gown

  20. Bleuteaux says:

    OT part 2: Is it normal for Facebook to immediately wipe the Facebook presence of black shooting suspects? Is it common for 18 year old college students to not have a Facebook account? The one reference to him on an actual person’s page since last night says he shot one woman and grazed a second. WW wouldn’t put out?

  21. @Chrisnonymous

    Biden’s apparently running for Fire Marshal in Chief. Tucker Carlson eviscerates him:

  22. ic1000 says:

    > I presume that Monday’s excessively-detailed story about the necrophiliac madman was in service to some focus-grouped campaign theme like more money for veterans’ mental health services

    Correction, necrophiliac Veteran madman. It’s hard to imagine how Biden could be more on point with his call for increased mental health services, than by reminding his listeners that their ranks are teeming with murderous sex deviants who have no qualms about defiling piles of precious highway sand.

    You can’t accuse Biden of pandering to his audience.

    • LOL: Achmed E. Newman
    • Replies: @anon
  23. ic1000 says:

    As long as Biden is speaking truth to power, he could have pointed out that Veterans who allow themselves and their wives to be assassinated while visiting their sons’ graves are to blame for adding to police overtime expenses, diverting funds from much-needed Veterans’ mental health programs.

    • Agree: Cortes
    • Replies: @Anonymous
  24. @The Alarmist

    Well organized summary, Alarmist!

    • Thanks: The Alarmist
  25. El Dato says:

    2020 just keep coming

    ‘Racism is a crime’: Brazilian government backs Neymar in Marseille racism row

    > Overpaid primadonna assholes playing overpaid primadonna assholes
    > Somebody being called “monkey”
    > Brandishing the “being racially abused” woocard
    > Ministry of racist Brazil intervening in some shitty sports feud in shitty France
    > Official Brazilian declaration that “Racism is a Crime”
    > Definitely one step up from “Hate Crimes are Crimes”

    Hopefully Astra Zeneca is already working on an anti-racism pill before everybody is locked up.

  26. duncsbaby says:

    I wouldn’t get too excited. The Democrat party’s communication team called the Media is not covering this story. Back to Woodward’s new book & those white supremacists starting riots.

  27. George says:

    I’m glad the stuff about the President is bs and the deep state is really in charge of the nuclear football.

  28. So, uh, this is what the Coalition of the Woke thought would be a winner?

  29. Seems like both parties lack younger political talent to draw upon if they have to rely on men in their 70’s to run for President. Apparently the Replacement Americans don’t show as much political ability as the passing generation of white American men from the Silent and Boomer generations.

  30. Slim says:

    A few facts were slightly wrong but why did he leave out the part about the vet being black man and the victim a 65 year old white woman? Did his handlers leave that part off the teleprompter?

  31. Thirdtwin says:
    @Redneck farmer

    I read a statement by a local who remembered this particular crime, and who said it is doubtful that the perp was ever in the military. Biden either misremembers or lies about everything, so this is quite plausible.

    • Replies: @Barnard
  32. Anonymous[321] • Disclaimer says:
    @The Alarmist

    “No Wall and Trump is toast in 2020.” – Steve Sailer, 2017

    https://www.unz.com/isteve/is-trump-going-to-dump-his-wall/

    “It can’t possibly be the case that Trump lost the election, it musta been rigged! Cause we all know he didn’t do anything wrong” – Retards, 2020

    • Replies: @Rabbitnexus
  33. duncsbaby says:

    OT: Anarcho-Tyrrany update – A Milwaukee Trump supporter was arrested after a BLM mob harassed him at his home.

    https://www.rightjournalism.com/video-milwaukee-police-arrest-trump-supporter-for-exercising-his-second-amendment-right-after-blm-militants-surrounded-his-house/

    The riots didn’t stop.

    They continue towards the suburbs of Milwaukee and attacked a house of man who is a supporter of President Trump.

    The Trump supporter who tried to defend his home has reportedly been arrested after pulling a gun on a mob of Black Lives Matter supporters who were surrounding his home for several hours.

    It is currently unclear who the man is or why the mob was at his house, but he did have a “Trump Train” flag hanging outside.

    In livestream footage of the incident, the mob is clearly seen stepping on to the man’s property.

    “They went specifically to his house to protest him for ‘being a racist.’ The homeowner was arrested, and the crowd remains outside. They seem to have gone on his property. WTF Milwaukee?” Kitty Shackleford, a Twitter user that archives riot footage, tweeted along with videos.

    After the mob was outside his home for more than two hours, police arrived. As they entered the man’s property, the rioters cheered for police and called for the man’s arrest, yelling about how he had a weapon.

    When the man was taken outside, seemingly in cuffs, the crowd went wild.

    • Replies: @El Dato
    , @Cloudbuster
  34. Flip says:

    His tax proposals would turn America into pre-Thatcher Britain.

    Peter Schiff lays it out.

  35. Anonymous[337] • Disclaimer says:
    @Wake up

    Does oddly well in debates which are not about content in the modern United States form.

  36. Anonymous[337] • Disclaimer says:
    @ic1000

    Or the need to stay off cocaine to avoid being bounced from the Navy.

    • LOL: Inquiring Mind
  37. Anonymous[270] • Disclaimer says:

    What is it? Why is there no synchronization between his lips and his speech? Is it youtube glitch, my browser glitch is is Joe truly lip-singing?

  38. I do not remember Jackie Coakley saying that.

  39. George says:

    Can that story be fact checked? Did it actually happen. I think he admits it is hearsay from his now dead son. Forget dementia this is sounding like delusional.

    @9:05 “a modern upscale neighborhood” is a code word for what?

  40. “We need to end the stigma.”

    Joe Biden is the “necrophiliac murder supporter”.

    It is no less accurate than the media’s constant (false) invocation of Trump as a “white supremacist supporter”, but unlike when anyone who cares tracks down Trump’s actual quotes and finds he is actually not unreasonable, even if you track down the full Biden quote it’s still pretty bad. It puts the Lügenpresse in a bind: allow the description to stand unchallenged or bring unwelcome attention to Joe’s dark side.

  41. Meanwhile, elsewhere it’s business as usual.

    https://bigleaguepolitics.com/over-600-jewish-groups-declare-their-support-for-black-lives-matter-terror-uprising/

    The way to combat violence against Jews is, apparently, to support violence against Whites.

  42. All of Joe Biden’s ‘gaffes’ only make me like him more. The Cornpop story was awesome. Playing Despacito on your phone speakers to a group of Hispanics is hilarious.

  43. Huisache says:

    We have a choice between Mussolini and Chance the Gardner

    I will be sitting this one out—as usual

    • Replies: @Cloudbuster
  44. @El Dato

    Jew and Israel worship is a boomer/old person phenomenon.

    The only thing young people know about that time period is that its a source of video game material.

  45. I got it!

    Make Necrophilia Great Again.

    MNGA

  46. anon[145] • Disclaimer says:
    @ic1000

    It’s hard to imagine how Biden could be more on point with his call for increased mental health services…

    You gotta get meta. The very fact that he’s giving a speech while senile is part of the call for increased mental health services, and a plaintive plea to end elder abuse.

    Steve, that short post has some wonderful writing in it!

    • Replies: @CorkyAgain
  47. Yak-15 says:

    The video is 80 min long, where is the beef?

  48. Polynikes says:
    @NJ Transit Commuter

    The lead in the polls thing is nearly the same as last time. You have to assume Obama levels of turnout to get there. The latest one i saw for Wisconsin has Biden up five or six but with a seven point turnout advantage for Dems. Hillary largely lost because she could not turnout the crazy liberals or minorities like Obama. Biden might get one of those back but I doubt both.

    Similarly Trump didn’t turnout the traditional Republican base and remains soft there. Biden is now out campaigning because they have polling showing that the riots and/or Antifa-BLM is either energizing Trump support where he was soft last time (the burbs) or dampening their enthusiasm.

    If it weren’t for covid hurting Trump he’d be the odds on favorite right now.* Dems used covid to let their govs run crazy and drive down Trumps numbers (and raise theirs… this country is so screwed). But then they got cocky and overplayed their hand with this BLM bull crap and it blew up in their face).

    *which is why this vaccine is now a huge political football

    • Replies: @LondonBob
    , @anon
  49. Travis says:
    @The Alarmist

    If Biden somehow wins the election in November, he will probably not win the electoral college. I suspect he will have another stroke or somehow be incapacitate before the electoral college votes (the only votes which matter take place on December 14, 2020). Would not be surprised in Biden steps aside before the electoral college meets. An inaugural speech would be too much for Joe to handle.

    The electoral college members are free to vote for Harris as President when they gather in December. Harris may be priming the electors, by talking about the Harris administration yesterday.

    As bad as Biden is, he would probably do better than Kamala in a debate with Trump. She is not a very pleasant speaker and more people like Joe , despite his incoherent gaffs. For this reason , Biden will remain on the ticket until December. Either way, Trump will cruise to victory in November, probably winning all the same states he won in 2016 plus Minnesota.

    • Replies: @The Alarmist
  50. MrLiberty says:

    Lack of a “filter” is one of the many signs that characterizes Alzheimer’s as it progresses.

  51. the good news for Steve is that the future holds endless iSteve content as America goes away.

    the bad news is that unz.com will be deleted from the internet by the Harris Administration with Joe Biden, so where will Steve post all his daily snark?

    • Troll: Corvinus
  52. Barnard says:
    @Thirdtwin

    James Fulford at VDare figured out the story Biden was attempting to tell. He claims there is confirmation the murderer was in the military. Since the story is old and happened in Delaware, I assume Biden put this in on his own and it wasn’t part of the prepared remarks he had been given. There is no way they can let him debate.

    https://vdare.com/posts/for-biden-story-of-black-man-who-ran-over-raped-and-murdered-elderly-white-woman-is-about-traumatic-brain-injury-and-american-veterans

    • Replies: @Thirdtwin
  53. Charon says:
    @Almost Missouri

    Check out the usual lefty sites today. They’re all in a frenzy over “Forced sterilization by ICE” “Trump Genocide of Brown Babies at the Border” and so on.

    Apparently a single nurse has made a single (unconfirmed) accusation about her (Muslim) boss. It took off from there. Even AOC is on the case.

    Civil and human rights organizations, journalists, and lawmakers pointed to the dark history of forced sterilization of minority populations in the United States.

    Of course, next week we find out that it was all BS.

  54. Anon[369] • Disclaimer says:

    Joe Biden’s former stenographer, Mike McCormick, said today on the Chris Plante radio show that Biden has been using specially-made earpieces to which he’s being fed instructions. If so this doesn’t explain the bizarre story unless someone hacked the communication. 🧐

    • Replies: @Pericles
  55. J.Ross says:
    @NJ Transit Commuter

    I suppose the media is about as powerful as it ever was, except that their completely worthless leadership has decided to waste all their capacity on impossible tasks like pretending that Joe Biden is mentally fit to hold any job. If Lies, Inc tried to push something more reasonable, they’d probably have more success.

  56. tyrone says:
    @Almost Missouri

    The democrat party is satan’s greatest achievement.

    • Agree: TWS
    • Replies: @Ron Mexico
    , @RadicalCenter
  57. Steve has been wondering when Joe would have a Sister Souljah moment. I think Biden’s tweet expressing disapproval of the execution-style shooting of two police officers in Compton is about all we can expect.

  58. A123 says:

    And, this was not the only gaffe in Florida.

    PEACE 😇

  59. In the case referenced by Biden, the killer was black, soldier (not Marine) Dwight L. Smith Jr., an actual veteran. The rape/murder victim was Marsha Lee, 65, who was white.

    https://vdare.com/posts/for-biden-story-of-black-man-who-ran-over-raped-and-murdered-elderly-white-woman-is-about-traumatic-brain-injury-and-american-veterans

    The story was covered by Nicholas Kristof, who did not use the words “black” or “white” in his column.

    https://www.nytimes.com/2012/11/11/opinion/sunday/kristof-when-war-comes-home.html?searchResultPosition=3

    The victim was bundled into the car while still alive.

    Kristof:

    “Then, as a witness watched, he got out and threw Ms. Lee, injured and screaming, into the back seat and drove off.

    Ms. Lee’s body, naked except for socks, was found discarded in a wooded area half a mile away. Her head had been bashed in with a heavy, sharp object, perhaps a rock. The police later established that she had been raped.”

    Also Kristof: “Her husband, Scottie Lee, declined to speak to me at the request of prosecutors. But family friends see this as straightforward: a case of a young man committing an act of pure evil.”

    • Thanks: Buffalo Joe
    • Replies: @Dirk Diggler
    , @sayless
  60. Watching the video I had the impression that the sound track was faked. Anyone else have that impression?

  61. gent says:
    @res

    I wouldn’t be surprised if his handlers told him he was running for VP to take the pressure off.

  62. anon[382] • Disclaimer says:

    END THE STIGMA!
    LET’S ALL MOVE ON AND…

  63. Biden wasn’t actually that bad here.

    It’s a target-rich environment; he’s providing better clips.

  64. @Gary in Gramercy

    Is that like Al Haig, after Reagan was shot, saying, “I’m in control here”?

    “In charge”, not “control”. You’re projecting.

    Haig was the most senior official in the building at the time. Was Air Force Two equipped with cellular telephony in 1981? If so, the receiver would have been the size of a Wellington boot, and added some drag to fuel efficiency, which was a concern at the time.

    Haig didn’t express himself well, but he did have a point. What’s Biden’s?

    • Replies: @El Dato
  65. Voltarde says:

    Biden was selected as VP by Obama to act as a white foil to contrast with the latter’s radiant black supremacy. Biden was a running insider joke to Obama and his closest circle of fawning admirers. Given Biden’s declining mental state, what began as farce is ending with a note of tragedy.

    foil noun (1) (excerpt)
    Definition of foil (Entry 2 of 5)
    3: someone or something that serves as a contrast to another
    acted as a foil for a comedian
    https://www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/foil

  66. El Dato says:
    @Reg Cæsar

    Was Air Force Two equipped with cellular telephony in 1981?

    In a sense.

    From Scientific American, 1985-01, Volume 252, Number 1 “The Command and Control of Nuclear War” by Ashton B. Carter:

    PRESIDENTIAL “DOOMSDAY” PLANE, officially known as the National Emergency Airborne Command Post, or NEACP (pro­nounced “kneecap”), is one of a fleet of specially modified Boeing 747’s maintained in a high state of readiness by the U.S. Air Force for possible use in a nuclear war. In an emergency the National Command Authorities the president and the secretary of defense (or their duly deputized alternates or successors) – would board the plane, which would then fly to its cruise altitude, where it would be in a position to communicate with the nation’s strategic forces by various line-of-sight techniques. The plane is also capable of transmitting low-frequency (LF) and very­ low-frequency (VLF) signals over the horizon by means of a long an­tenna trailed from the back of the plane. In addition each NEACP plane carries a satellite-communications terminal and an assort­ ment of other gear. Although there is no way at present for the So­viet nuclear forces to target such an airborne command post once it is in the air, the plane is considered quite vulnerable to a surprise submarine-launched missile attack when it is on alert on its airstrip.

    https://postimg.cc/LgHJmDjN

    • Replies: @MrTea
  67. @anon

    Joe’s going for the trifecta. Not only is he calling for more funding of mental health for veterans and, as you suggest, for seniors like himself, but he’s also appealing to the women who are terrified and feel threatened by every uncastrated male in their vicinity.

    Interesting, however, that he isn’t proposing the surest way to avoid turning our boys into such homicidal maniacs: stop sending them off to fight and get traumatized in endless foreign wars.

  68. @Chrisnonymous

    Ha! 90 minutes would be enough time to hear what those 2 jokers have to say. Politicians rarely say anything of substance anyway. Just threats or promises they have no intention of keeping.

    4 hours would be excruciating for any of us to have to be subjected to. It would finish US off. It would finish off the standing of the United States as a superpower in the eyes of the world.

  69. @Abolish_public_education

    Now I get it. Joe’s having an Emily Litella moment: “What’s that? Negroes with a ‘g’? Nevermind!”

  70. danand says:

    I…I…I…I…don’t know. Joe doesn’t seem too far off the mark for the typical 77 year old to me. His detailed “Ram Truck mows down dog, and a woman too” story was simply a lead in to Joe’s point that “one should seek medical intervention to deal with mental issues”, no shame, nothing unusual; dare he say even for a canidant seeking the office of president. All just part of laying the groundwork for the inevitable reveal.

    The I,I,I,I moment a few minutes latter, same event:

    24:43 mark if it doesn’t start there.

  71. Anonymous[297] • Disclaimer says:

    To be honest, this isn’t much of a gaffe, especially coming from Biden. You often see versions of this talking point in articles and speeches about “ending the stigma” of PTSD or mental health.

    • Replies: @Ozymandias
  72. El Dato says:
    @Bleuteaux

    The shooter has been identified as 18-year-old Kavion Poplous

    B2B crime?

  73. El Dato says:
    @duncsbaby

    “DEFUND THE POLICE!”

    Wait, there is a Trump supporter…

    “CALL THE POLICE”

  74. MEH 0910 says:

  75. Thirdtwin says:
    @Barnard

    “There is no way they can let him debate.“

    Only if his debate questions have yes or no answers.

    • Replies: @CorkyAgain
  76. LondonBob says:
    @Polynikes

    Trafalgar Group, who called places like Michigan and Pennsylvania right in 2016, had Trump up in Wisconsin in June, Trump has improved in polling since then.

    https://www.thetrafalgargroup.org/news/wi-pres-0620/

  77. anon[382] • Disclaimer says:
    @Polynikes

    The lead in the polls thing is nearly the same as last time. You have to assume Obama levels of turnout to get there.

    Mail-in ballots make that pretty easy to do.

  78. @NJ Transit Commuter

    “Between his lead in the polls”

    Really?

    • Agree: Ron Mexico
  79. Anon[379] • Disclaimer says:

    Biden can’t debate Trump successfully, but the most dominating parts of Biden’s personality are his ego and goofiness. Biden never turns down a stage, and he loves being the center of attention. Biden’s ego is urging him to debate Trump, and his Biden’s goofiness tells him that he’ll win the debate.

    This is a guy who’s spent decades talking to audiences, and he has rock-solid confidence in his ability to do so. Despite his Harold Stassen-like previous presidential runs in which he gained almost no support from his own party, his goofiness refuses to let common sense enter his brain. He has no chance of winning this election, and he won’t believe it.

    Neither Biden nor Harris had the support from the majority of the Democratic base. Biden only won the primary because Democratic party elders ordered everyone else to drop out. This is NOT a normal primary win that shows solid support from the base, and Biden’s getting a nasty surprise come election time. Democrats aren’t going to the polls. They’ll have a turnout so low that looks like a primary, not a general election.

    This will be doubly so if the Democrats don’t pass a relief package that gives households another $1200 before the election. The average voter really cares about that 1200 bucks. It’s the one thing that will make a positive change in their lives. If Democrat radicals + Pelosi hold this up before the election, their lower-class base will be furious and wanting to tar and feather them.

    Young liberals whites don’t care about bankrupt city pensions, because most of them don’t work as city employees and they never will be city employees. They won’t be negatively affected by it if cities are not bailed out. But the majority of them make low salaries, and many work for minimum wage. They really need that $1200.

    As for blacks, they will hold Pelosi and the Democrats personally responsible if they don’t get a $1200 dollar check. Blacks don’t care about the rest of the package Pelosi wants, because they don’t care about bankrupt pension plans. You don’t have to care about things like teacher pension solvency if you’re on welfare all your life. What’s more, blacks live in the moment, and they want that extra money in their pocket for fun and games. They’ll get mad at Pelosi if she doesn’t cough up.

    Pelosi doesn’t understand this.

    • Replies: @Buffalo Joe
    , @John Johnson
  80. MrTea says:
    @Stephen Paul Foster

    C-Span just showed the 1960 Nixon-Kennedy debate. Simple format, they sat on chairs on a very small set, no smart-ass journo interventions, they just did the intro and stated issues for them to speak to. Although EVEN THEN the network “edit” was in place as they sneaked in “reaction shots” of Nixon as JFK was speaking designed to pick at him. But compared to the media atrocity exhibitions that have come since, exemplary. There should NEVER be a studio audience to “play” to.

  81. It is actually strange, all this.

    US is a populous country with the world leading entrepreneurs, scientists, probably military men, entertainers, scholars, technologists, financial experts, higher education, even writers, various other artists, (concert) music performers, innovators, …

    And then, when it comes to the highest political office in the country – a disaster. Whatever one may think, likes & dislikes aside, both Roosevelts, Truman, Nixon, … were very capable statesmen. JFK is a world cultural icon, so it is impossible to judge him dispassionately. Even Reagan was, well, good. Nobody’s perfect.

    Trump- who, I think has 70-80% chances of winning again- is smarter than most people give him credit to: other Republicans are spineless. Yet, Trump is a vulgarian absurdity. In comparison with Truman or Nixon, he is a village idiot. Don’t get me wrong, there are professional politicians I appreciate- you need not agree with me- like Susan Collins.

    Democrats are …. horrible. All of them.

    And this all is very, very strange.

  82. @Huisache

    Mussolini

    Absurd. Trump has operated within the statutory and constitutional limits of the presidency more than the past several presidents have. He’s so far from a dictator or a fascist that you have to be an idiot to think otherwise.

    • Replies: @Reg Cæsar
  83. I told you all:

    To beat Biden, you don’t need to dig things up on Joe Biden’s past, even though its all a filthy mess.

    You just need to see what he says next. And then goose him a little to make something else come out.

  84. What is it with black dudes and rape of the elderly? I can only think of one time I have heard of a White guy trying to rape an elderly woman and that one was a local case that happened this summer. He got caught by the neighbors and the UPS man who proceeded to beat him within an inch of his life.

    • Replies: @Buffalo Joe
  85. Anon[801] • Disclaimer says:

    The tweet you quoted and the title of your VDARE article are as bad as the “fine people” hoax. It is clear from any honest listener that “end the stigma” comment is referring to mental illness in veterans.

    I’m very disappointed in you. I can no longer trust your writing. You’ve fallen to The Gateway Pundit level of credibility.

    • Replies: @El Dato
  86. MrTea says:
    @El Dato

    I don’t know about now but in the 1970s I knew a USAF general who flew what was then called “Looking Glass”. 24/7 there was a flying Command Post airborne, the Discovery Channel program “Wings” had an episode about it and my general knew the 4-star they used for the video. The deal was field commander generals were tasked to fulfill the mission once a month if they were 1-star, once of every 2 months if they were 2-star, etc. The Pentagon generals (there are hundreds!) never had to do it, the op was run out of Offut AFB in Nebraska.

    The mission was there so no matter what happened on the ground, there would be a “last resort” command up and running and able to issue orders for retaliatory strikes if necessary. The interesting thing the general told me was that every time he got on the plane, besides the USAF crew there were always these “other guys”–civilians not USAF and at least two–already on the plane. They did not introduce themselves, never spoke to others. Just watched everybody else.

    There is your Deep State it’s always been there. Like the KGB guy in “Red October”? The military can NOT start a war like in “Dr. Strangelove”. I don’t believe the president can either, Cheyenne Mountain underground would have to relay the order if it came. They would have the most instantaneous up-to-the-second information superior that whatever the president could see.

    • Thanks: El Dato
    • Replies: @The Alarmist
    , @El Dato
  87. anon[914] • Disclaimer says:

    The weird and palsied mind of Joe Biden.

    Attorney General Beau Biden announced today that his office secured the indictment charging Smith in the adduction and murder of Lee.

    http://www.cncpunishment.com/forums/showthread.php?6855-Dwight-L-Smith-Jr-Sentenced-to-LWOP-for-2011-DE-Slaying-of-Marsha-Lee&p=59217&viewfull=1&styleid=10

    My son — the one who — my deceased son, was the Attorney General of the United States,” he continued, “and before that, he was a federal prosecutor in one of the largest offices in the country in Philadelphia.”

    https://www.foxnews.com/politics/joe-biden-beau-biden-attorney-general

  88. So is Dwight Smith Biden’s Sister Souljah? And why isn’t it “Sistah” Souljah?

  89. @Anonymous

    To be honest, this isn’t much of a gaffe, especially coming from Biden.

    I worked at a quarry where every employee could casually use the f word as a verb, noun, and adjective in a single short sentence. But even there tales of corpse rape was a faux pas.

  90. @Wake up

    …I get a feeling his Campaign will look for a way to avoid all debates.

    They’re gonna have to get on that pronto, then. The first scheduled debate is just 13 days off, and Biden’s been repeatedly affirming he intends to be there for it.
    https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/2020_United_States_presidential_debates

    • Replies: @Bill Jones
  91. @Travis

    I think they’d let Creepy Joe have the glory of a Huuuuge Inauguration Day and the title of President for a Day as a thankyou for paving the way for our next Historic but otherwise unelectable President, but the cover story will be that the excitement of the big day is what finally caused the old guy’s head to finally blow.

    The TIP plot under way suggests that even if Trump wins enough states to get the Electoral College votes, he may ultimately not get them. This is the year when “faithless electors” might become a real problem; most states that require pledged electors try to keep them in line by the threat of heavy fines, but tell me that is going to matter in the age of GoFundMe campaigns and the Soros purchases of state AG elections. A Trump win in the Electoral College could easily be unwound.

    There is always the Twelth Amendment, which throws it ultimately to the House in January with each state delegation getting a single vote. Right now, that would suggest a Trump win, but after several months of increased protesting and riots, there might be enough Repubes willing to take the thirty pieces of silver in the hope of putting things to rest. If none of that works, they might just JFK him, even without BiBi’s blessing, but the Dems are starting to make nice to the appropriate parties in hopes they are on side if the need for that contingency arises.

  92. I grew up in Brandywine Hills. It’s a beautiful leafy neighborhood right on the city line that was heavily Jewish when I lived there. The brick row houses between it and PS duPont High School about a half mile away were completely white back then. Now they are completely black, so it’s no wonder a jogger went jogging in BH. The wooded area where the body was dumped was probably Matson Run a small creek between the two halves of BH.

    • Replies: @Charon
  93. @MrTea

    The Glass, as you describe it, was a fleet of several EC-135s flying several shifts a day to keep one airborne at all times, so they went through the rotation of generals quite frequently. SAC gave up on 24/7 airborne ops in the early ‘90s, as it was too expensive, so The Glass started pulling ground alert like its big brother just across the street, JCS NEACP (“kneecap”), now NAOC, which was tasked to pick up the surviving NCA if the balloon went up, and they would tell The Glass et al what to do. I believe the Navy has assumed The Glass’s mission since then.

    I don’t know about mysterious guys, but they did have a functioning galley that served hot food while airborne.

  94. El Dato says:
    @Anon

    It is clear from any honest listener that “end the stigma” comment is referring to mental illness in veterans.

    Well … yeah? What else should it refer to?

  95. El Dato says:
    @MrTea

    The military can NOT start a war like in “Dr. Strangelove”.

    As Radio Yerevan used to says: “In principle no, but….”

    Remember the rumor

    Launch code for US nukes was 00000000 for 20 years:
    PALs were not the pals of Strategic Command generals.

    These are all human systems engineered, built, manned and maintained by humans. And by their very purpose, they have to allow bypasses (in the worst case, send Scotty into a Jeffreys tube). Things can happen. Accidental or not (did you know that ICBMs become irremediably armed once launched? Plain stupid, but … there it is!)

    • Replies: @AndrewR
  96. J1234 says:

    What the hell was that, Joe?

    I suspect the sign language guy was saying, “This guy is crazy!”

  97. Voltarde says:

    Another possibility to consider about Biden’s relatively recent accelerated mental decline:

    How COVID-19 can damage the brain
    https://www.nature.com/articles/d41586-020-02599-5

    Neuroinvasive potential of SARS-CoV-2 revealed in a human brain organoid model
    https://www.biorxiv.org/content/10.1101/2020.06.25.169946v2

    • Replies: @Travis
    , @sayless
  98. @James Fulford

    As you pointed out, he got the perp’s service wrong. Biden also incorrectly said the guy drove the body back and reported his crime. He also said the guy threw the body in the back of his “pickup,” which is probably coded language to make us think the villain is a redneck. But what really bugs me is that he had to preface the story by noting that his son had been in Iraq for a year. How much mileage is he trying to get out of Beau’s politically expedient deployment (as a JAG officer) to Iraq in 2008-2009, which was a very peaceful interlude in the war?

    • Replies: @John Johnson
  99. Kronos says:
    @TTSSYF

    Also, since Jeffrey Epstein got busted neither Biden or the Clintons have received their “spirit cooking” fix. The harvesting of children/young adults is a complex and labor-intensive process. They need to be rejuvenated ASAP or old age will quickly catch up with them.

  100. @Thirdtwin

    He’d still need a signal from a handler in the audience.

    “Tugging my ear for ‘yes’ and scratching my nose for ‘no’ Can you at least remember that much, Joe?”

  101. @Anon

    ThreeSevenNine, outstanding comment. It is amazing that two candidates that polled so badly are now the Dem ticket. Harris had low single digit support in her home state of Californis.

  102. Charon says:
    @Jim Don Bob

    A surprising number of us here grew up in Jewish neighborhoods. I’ve a feeling that’s meaningful.

    • Replies: @Jim Don Bob
  103. @Chris Mallory

    Chris, research the “Boston Strangler.” White rapist-murderer of elderly white women. You may be too young to remember that.

  104. @TTSSYF

    Boner once broke into tears while contemplating a statue of

    Gerald R. Ford. Which seems

    appropriate.

  105. @The Alarmist

    “Joe Biden just died”

    Ann Coulter:

    “how could they tell?”

  106. @tyrone

    My 6 year old son, for the last year, has been inserting in to his St Michael Prayer, “…be our protection against the wickedness and snares of the Democrats” and “thrust in to Hell, Satan and the Democrats…” This coming from the same kid, who as a 4 year old, asked why, as he placed his $1 in the collection basket, that it had The Illuminati on it.

  107. @Cloudbuster

    We have a choice between Mussolini and Chance the Gardner

    Absurd. Trump has operated within the statutory and constitutional limits of the presidency more than the past several presidents have. He’s so far from a dictator or a fascist that you have to be an idiot to think otherwise.

    No, no, Donald is Chance, Joe is Benito. Joe is even old enough to remember Mussolini from the newsreels.

  108. Corvinus says:

    “The Democrats and media are almost unanimously agreed that they will package Joe Biden this fall as a boring, calm, reassuring candidate.”

    Which is accurate, compared to the train-wreck that is Trump. And you are, Mr. Sailer, in typical fashion, purposely not including a number of Republicans who are also on board with this “packaging”.

    “As I’ve been pointing out, with his vanity and lack of filter, the second-most Trump-like man in American politics is Biden”.

    I get why you have to go this route, Mr. Sailer. You have to paint the false picture that Biden is somehow close to acting like Trump when it comes to…acting like Trump. It is part of your caginess. No doubt, Biden has exhibited those traits, but it is not even remotely on par with Trump. The difference is that Biden believes in the causes he touts; Trump pushes the causes not because he has faith in them, but because his calculus is based on how much personal advantage he can leverage.

    “One difference, though, is that with Trump it’s usually pretty obvious at all times which angle he’s working when he brings something up.”

    You just cannot bring yourself to say that his angle is all about lying and trying to cover up his daily lies. At least you recognize he has an angle. Even you cannot escape NOTICING that pattern of behavior. Deep down you know that everyday is a wtf moment with Trump.

    • Troll: YetAnotherAnon
  109. Joe would be happiest with a vintage ’65 ‘vette and a couple of young, busty blonds.

    It’s a bit outside, my price range–the blonds–but if Trump could just sneak a message past Jill and his handlers that he’ll deliver if Joe just keeps this up and tanks it …

    … we could at least put off the apocalypse for another four years and Joe–instead of being poked and prodded–could actually enjoy his senescence. Win, win.

  110. @Mr McKenna

    And we always thought this was Trump; turns out it’s Biden after all.

  111. AndrewR says:
    @Mr McKenna

    A regent is the one with real power acting in the place of an impotent monarch, so it makes much more sense to describe a “Harris… uh I mean Biden/Harris” win as a regency by Kamala before she is officially crowned queen after Joe resigns.

  112. AndrewR says:
    @El Dato

    Humanity must permanently abolish nuclear weapons if humanity (and many, many other species) is to survive. The fact that nuclear weapons exist at all is testament to the fact that, were we to end ourselves in a nuclear armageddon, it would be justified in saying that nothing of value had been lost.

    • Troll: ScarletNumber
    • Replies: @Anonymous
    , @Badger Down
  113. AndrewR says:
    @Chrisnonymous

    Rogan has openly expressed a bias against Biden relative to Trump, so Biden has a convenient excuse to not do the podcast.

  114. @tyrone

    Given the millions of people they’ve ordered murdered, maimed, terrorized, impoverished, and displaced due to the US’s unnecessary non-defensive wars around the world, throw in the republican party too.

    • Agree: sayless
  115. @Corvinus

    Biden believes in the causes he touts? You embarrass yourself, partisan apologist.

    For example, Biden sincerely “believed” in The Hyde Amendment restriction on fed taxpayers being forced to pay for abortion, as he reiterated his decades-long position in 2019 — only to do a 180 and take the exact opposite position TWO DAYS LATER after pro-abortion Dems screamed at him.

    https://www.nytimes.com/2019/06/06/us/politics/joe-biden-hyde-amendment.html

    It’s okay to be honest and admit that you are voting for a man whom you know to be a congenital liar, plagiarist, opportunist, and general power-hungry scumbag because you hate or fear Trump so much or because the Biden “Administration” will be run by people whose declared policies you prefer. Just admit it and relax already. Skip the logical (illogical) and rhetorical gymnastics.

    I live in california, where the outcome of the election won’t exactly be a nail-biter. I have the luxury of not considering a vote for whichever one of these two scumbags is supposedly the lesser of two evils, a luxury which swing-state voters rightly or wrongly feel they don’t have, Voting third-party and wish I had done so in 2016 too. And if I were voting for Trump, i wouldn’t make up transparently false bullshit on his behalf as you try to do for biden.

    • Agree: ic1000
    • Replies: @Corvinus
  116. @Servant of Gla'aki

    If on;y there was a convenient disease he could catch and then, when convenient, recover from because of his fitness and strength.

  117. Jiminy says:
    @The Alarmist

    That photo of Biden posing is a classic Hitler stance with his hand contorted in that position. You see it a lot with Adolf. Especially in the early p.r. photos that he had done. History repeating itself.

  118. @Dirk Diggler

    He also said the guy threw the body in the back of his “pickup,” which is probably coded language to make us think the villain is a redneck.

    This is exactly what I thought.

    His repeated use of the word pickup was to infer a White man.

    A tricky word play that probably worked.

    Regardless it’s quite bizarre that he chose to tell this story in front of vets.

  119. @Anon

    Biden’s ego is urging him to debate Trump, and his Biden’s goofiness tells him that he’ll win the debate.

    He also has liberal moral arrogance as he can’t see the destructive side of egalitarian wishful thinking. In his mind all racial problems are merely a matter of will.

    Thus to him it is a battle of good vs evil. He is the holy crusader type of liberal that thinks we just need to stamp out the bad Whites to fix everything.

    But I’ll believe he will debate when I see it.

    It wouldn’t surprise me at all if he is pulled for health reasons and then we get some video where he talks about how he really wanted to do it but had to quarantine himself.

    His handlers don’t want him to debate. Even on a friendly network it is too risky.

    But if he hides from the debate that may reduce his numbers as well.

    I warned earlier in the year that he isn’t a good candidate for this reason. He gets too flustered if he isn’t given softball questions. All Trump has to do is bring up Hunter’s fake board position and Biden will go nanners.

    This will be doubly so if the Democrats don’t pass a relief package that gives households another $1200 before the election.

    I have been saying that Trump should be pushing another check more than anything.

    Yes it will run up the debt but from a strategic point of view it makes sense.

    Go to the people and tell them that Pelosi is holding off on another check because of the election.

  120. ic1000 says:
    @Corvinus

    Corvinus, here’s an anecdote you may enjoy. I mentioned to a neighbor that I take Vitamin D every day (reasons). Ever since, he urges me to notice that this pill doesn’t contain the Minimum Daily Allowance of any other essential nutrient!

    Could you summarize the insights that you offer to those readers who have a news diet that is mostly comprised of content from the mainstream media?

    [sarc]I suspect that there are a few of us.[/sarc]

  121. Anonymous[285] • Disclaimer says:
    @Corvinus

    I get why you have to go this route, Mr. Sailer. You have to paint the false picture that Biden is somehow close to acting like Trump when it comes to…acting like Trump. It is part of your caginess. No doubt, Biden has exhibited those traits, but it is not even remotely on par with Trump. The difference is that Biden believes in the causes he touts; Trump pushes the causes not because he has faith in them, but because his calculus is based on how much personal advantage he can leverage.

    You’re a mess.

    If you want to fine-tune Sailer’s accurate observation, Biden is an bizarrely accurate representation of what democrats mistakenly believe Trump is.

    In over his head, aimlessly servile, and common. A collection of reactive behaviors based on nothing but a vague sense of dominance. A last ditch assertion of a party of flesh-eating, acquisitive for its own sake, mall-walking zombies:

    These are the Biden supporters of Zombie in Chief Biden. They don’t have money. They’ve forgotten how to make it. They generally don’t know what they want. They generally don’t know why they want. They just want it. But one thing they do know. They cannot carry on their wretched existence without the brains of the living. The brains of people who are alive. Everyone who is not them.

    Biden is as much Trump as progressive liberal democrats can ever comprehend.

    The are the far left democrats. That is why they stagger. That is why they claw at the air. For they have devolved into primitive vessels of pointless will, that have lost all sense of purpose beyond the primitive parasite. An aimless program, with exploitation of the living as its prime directive.

    A dead program without a host: The virus.

    Always remember this: just because your existence depends on our existence, doesn’t validate your existence.

    That’s a everlasting fact of life that parasites find inconceivable. But always keep in mind, we despise you whenever we find the time to give you proper consideration.

    You’re the arrogant weak. We hate you. We’re just to busy with productive lives to bother with you, most of the time.

    • Replies: @Corvinus
  122. Anonymous[285] • Disclaimer says:
    @AndrewR

    Humanity must permanently abolish nuclear weapons if humanity (and many, many other species) is to survive. The fact that nuclear weapons exist at all is testament to the fact that, were we to end ourselves in a nuclear armageddon, it would be justified in saying that nothing of value had been lost.

    If you really believed that, you’d have posted a tiktok video of your suicide.

    Since you failed to do that, it’s clear that it’s your fat bloated stomach that’s doing the thinking for you currently. Low blood sugar makes the fat do stupid things.

    I suggest you wake up your mother, and demand she make you your breakfast. Tell her you’ll keep posting stupid shit on the internet until she complies.

    • Replies: @AndrewR
  123. Travis says:
    @Voltarde

    Dementia can occur quite rapidly. My Step-father was a physician and retired at the age of 71. To most people he appeared fine, although family members noticed he was starting to forget things. Within the year he needed live-in help, as he would get lost in the neighborhood. by the time he was 73 he could no longer remember our names, but he was still quite active, we took him hiking everyday. He was quite fit for his age. In a few months he could no longer speak, nor feed himself and passed away at the age of 73. It was amazing how fast the decline occurred.

    Biden has a history of strokes and twice had brain surgery. Maybe he has been having small strokes over the last 6 months. Or could be another illness causing his mental decline. Sad to see. His family should have never allowed him to run for President knowing his deteriorating mental condition.

    • Replies: @AndrewR
  124. @J. Farmer

    Is the succession clear?

    If a dead person is elected president, does the as yet un-elected running mate automatically get the job?

  125. sayless says:
    @James Fulford

    You don’t even have to be a family friend to see it as an act of pure evil.

  126. AndrewR says:
    @Anonymous

    Sorry to trigger you, snowflake. I obviously didn’t mean to say every single person alive is worthless or worse, but a hit dog will holler. My point is that if most people wanted an end to nuclear weapons, nuclear weapons would no longer exist. And frankly the fact they were created at all is a stain on humanity that will never be erased.

  127. AndrewR says:
    @Travis

    That is a very fast decline. My brother-in-law’s dad has been at the “can go on long hikes but can’t remember his own kids” phase for three or four years. He has been kicked out of two “memory care” facilities because all he wants to do is “go home” and he will physically assault you if you get in his way.

    As for Biden, sure you can blame Jill and the others, but ultimately the blame rests on the Democrat establishment not only for allowing him to run but for forcing everyone to bow to King Joe.

  128. sayless says:
    @Voltarde

    Covid-19 isn’t the seasonal flu, whatever it is. I had it in March. Since then, change of taste, balance problems. I’m physically weaker than I used to be. Mentally I’m in a bit of a haze. Lots more trouble remembering the names of persons, places, and things.

    Try to avoid getting it, if you can.

  129. @Charon

    We were the token goyim in Brandywine Hills. Most of my friends and class mates were Jews. I have never understood the casual ant-Semitism of people who have never met Jews, My buddy across the street lost his grand parents to Hitler so I can understand some level of Jewish paranoia.

    But the USA has been the most welcoming country to Jews, and I don’t understand accusations of anti-Semitism when people like Steve point out how well they have done in the USA considering that they are just 2% of the population. It would be nice if both side would just lighten up. Sometimes it seems that every third post here is about the Joos.

  130. Corvinus says:
    @Anonymous

    The reality is that Sailer”s description is false narrative peddling personified.

    The fact is that Trump”s adult existence has been parasitic in nature.

    Do you relish being patently ignorant, or is that an in-born trait?

  131. Corvinus says:
    @RadicalCenter

    “Biden believes in the causes he touts?”

    Indeed, compared to Trump, a man who always looks for an angle to personally benefit from.

    “For example, Biden sincerely “believed” in The Hyde Amendment restriction on fed taxpayers…”

    Shocking that politicians flip flop in an election year. Regardless, as I correctly noted, Biden believes in the causes he touts.

    “It’s okay to be honest and admit that you are voting for a man whom you know to be a congenital liar, plagiarist, opportunist, and general power-hungry scumbag…”

    Thanks for admitting that Trump fits those traits.

    “Voting third-party and wish I had done so in 2016 too”.

    I didn’t vote for Shitlery nor Trump in 2016. Biden, “weak” as he is, is decidedly better than Trump. Why are you pretending otherwise?

  132. Pericles says:
    @Anon

    Joe Biden’s former stenographer, Mike McCormick, said today on the Chris Plante radio show that Biden has been using specially-made earpieces to which he’s being fed instructions. If so this doesn’t explain the bizarre story unless someone hacked the communication.

    It would be quite a moment if Biden suddenly shouted “Pepe!” during the debate.

    Perhaps he’d even win?

  133. @Jim Don Bob

    When the joos stop being against me, I will stop being against them.

  134. @Anonymous

    Retards would believe Biden won even after he had more dislikes than likes, very few followers and those polls saying he is preferred to Trump are bull-dust, because Trump’s following and enthusiasm is in stark contrast to Biden’s. Yet if he doesn’t win, the Left will throw another 4 year long hissy fit and finally bring the USA to its knees. no, this Aussie never missed calling a US election and it’s never been more obvious who is vastly more popular either. The Dems have lost their marbles but I suspect they expect this time they will steal it.

    Trump has done plenty wrong dummy. The Dems have just never identified any of it, they just make shit up.

  135. @AndrewR

    Rabid homocentricity! So many dogs! Oh the caninity!

  136. @J. Farmer

    I always assumed the plan was to get Biden to election night and then throw a radio in his bathtub.

    Not necessary. Senile dementia and the 25th amendment will suffice. I expect it will be invoked before Joe has found his way to the Oval Office. (Sadly, I do believe he’ll win the election handily.)

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