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#1
An entire industry has been built around Trump Hate.

Some of this is predictable..some, pretty funny.

The Trump Hate Map.

https://americasvoice.org/trumphatemap/
"We were in the jungle, there were too many of us, we had access to too much money, too much equipment, and little by little we went insane."

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(02-11-2019, 12:42 AM)MaximalGravity Wrote: An entire industry has been built around Trump Hate.

Some of this is predictable..some, pretty funny.

The Trump Hate Map.

https://americasvoice.org/trumphatemap/

Facepalm A bunch of immigration zealots, that site is...
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Often, madness has a pattern. Just watch and follow...
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(02-11-2019, 12:42 AM)MaximalGravity Wrote: An entire industry has been built around Trump Hate.

Some of this is predictable..some, pretty funny.

The Trump Hate Map.

https://americasvoice.org/trumphatemap/

Facepalm

I clicked on the one closest to me. It's a Basketball Coach saying how his kids are mis-treated by opposing fans during the game.

He starts by saying he's lived there all his life and in 1984, it was 98% white. Now today, it's 80% Hispanic. The article was written in May of 2017.

So in 33 years the make up of the local population changed. But it was not even mid-way through our President's 2nd year when the article was written and yet all this bigotry is his fault? lol, give me a break.
If you have to fight, fight like the third monkey on the ramp to Noah's Ark. And brother, it's starting to rain...

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Hating Trump in 2018: The top five most incredible liberal media quotes of the year

By Dan Gainor | Fox News

Snipers..go to the link for details..

5. Spinning on His Axis: The Trump presidency has been hard on New York Times economics columnist Paul Krugman. On election night, he made a ridiculous prediction about global recession. And he’s been saying loony stuff ever since. But there’s a difference between a goofy opinion and one that paints America as evil.

4. You Beto, You Bet: Journalists used to avoid becoming part of the story. At the very least, they tried to avoid showing how much they adored the liberals they were interviewing. That all went out the window with Barack Obama’s second coming of Camelot.
Now the new liberal love affair is with U.S. Rep. Robert Francis "Beto" O'Rourke, D-Texas, who is in his final days as a member of Congress.

3. Let’s Demonize Republicans: The left opposed the nomination of Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanaugh with such venom that it brought out a lot of feminist rage in 2018. One of the most demented examples came from liberal author Jill Filipovic’s unhinged Twitter rant.
Filipovic started with just four words: “Divorce your Republican husbands.” The reaction on Twitter was immediate and very critical. Rather than delete, she kept at the point.

2. It’s Not America If CNN Doesn’t Like It: No list of embarrassing media quotes would be complete without CNN's Chief White House Correspondent Jim Acosta. He spent all year crossing swords with Trump and his supporters. But his Aug. 1, appearance on HLN’s “S.E. Cupp Unfiltered” stood out as being especially odious.

1. What’s A Little Violence Among Friends? Anyone who goes out in the street to protest is exercising his or her constitutional rights. Anyone who goes out in the streets to violently silence someone else is a thug. Unless CNN is doing the talking.
Anchor Don Lemon, famous for appearing tipsy and getting pierced live during New Year’s Eve, gave one of two spirited CNN defenses of thugs. But Lemon’s was worse because he took a more obvious swing at rationalizing violence.

https://www.foxnews.com/opinion/hating-t...f-the-year
"We were in the jungle, there were too many of us, we had access to too much money, too much equipment, and little by little we went insane."

--Francis Ford Coppola
http://theseventies.berkeley.edu/godfath...amily-man/


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(02-11-2019, 12:51 AM)Catch Wrote:
(02-11-2019, 12:42 AM)MaximalGravity Wrote: An entire industry has been built around Trump Hate.

Some of this is predictable..some, pretty funny.

The Trump Hate Map.

https://americasvoice.org/trumphatemap/

Facepalm

I clicked on the one closest to me. It's a Basketball Coach saying how his kids are mis-treated by opposing fans during the game.

He starts by saying he's lived there all his life and in 1984, it was 98% white. Now today, it's 80% Hispanic. The article was written in May of 2017.

So in 33 years the make up of the local population changed. But it was not even mid-way through our President's 2nd year when the article was written and yet all this bigotry is his fault? lol, give me a break.

People are unhinged . Remember, TrumpZilla is being blamed by many for the whole Bezos' Pecker and Pecker thing, even though, it's now clear that his honey's brother was the Dick. Did I say that correctly?
"We were in the jungle, there were too many of us, we had access to too much money, too much equipment, and little by little we went insane."

--Francis Ford Coppola
http://theseventies.berkeley.edu/godfath...amily-man/


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#6
This is one of their base memes.

If blacks and latinos ever realise Trump isn't racist but the Dems are, they lose millions of votes, permanently.
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How the left is profiting from Trump hate


Raging against President Trump for profit is no longer just for the media. Now everybody’s getting in on the act. Resist! By buying our ice cream. Fight oppression! With this lovely coffee mug. Show your disdain! With this 25th Amendment shower curtain. No wonder the economy’s booming. The election of Donald Trump may have given a big boost to the stock market last year, but this year he’s been an absolute godsend for the shlock market.
Ben & Jerry’s, that legendary social-justice dessert created by two New Yorkers who fled to the second-whitest state in America and which is now owned by the multibillion-dollar conglomerate Unilever, is bravely leading the march against Trumpism via its diversity-drenched Pecan Resist flavor, “a movement to lick injustice and champion those fighting to create a more just and equitable nation for us all.” It’s the sweet treat that reminds us that progressivism is nutty: chocolate ice cream with pecans, walnuts, fudge-covered almonds and white and dark fudge chunks. A quarter of a container heaves with 300 calories. Be Antifa, not antifat. Say “I hate Trump” with love handles! Keep in mind that Ben & Jerry’s, which received millions of dollars’ worth of fawning free publicity linked to this stunt, is donating a whole $100,000 to liberal causes linked to the new flavor. B&J sell half a billion dollars’ worth of ice cream each year.
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https://nypost.com/2018/11/24/how-the-le...rump-hate/
"We were in the jungle, there were too many of us, we had access to too much money, too much equipment, and little by little we went insane."

--Francis Ford Coppola
http://theseventies.berkeley.edu/godfath...amily-man/


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(02-11-2019, 12:51 AM)Catch Wrote:
(02-11-2019, 12:42 AM)MaximalGravity Wrote: An entire industry has been built around Trump Hate.

Some of this is predictable..some, pretty funny.

The Trump Hate Map.

https://americasvoice.org/trumphatemap/

Facepalm

I clicked on the one closest to me. It's a Basketball Coach saying how his kids are mis-treated by opposing fans during the game.

He starts by saying he's lived there all his life and in 1984, it was 98% white. Now today, it's 80% Hispanic. The article was written in May of 2017.

So in 33 years the make up of the local population changed. But it was not even mid-way through our President's 2nd year when the article was written and yet all this bigotry is his fault? lol, give me a break.

Not on topic but-
This will be the USA in 30 years if not sooner thanks to the Demonrats!

He starts by saying he's lived there all his life and in 1984, it was 98% white. Now today, it's 80% Hispanic. The article was written in May of 2017.
So in 33 years the make up of the local population changed.
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#9
There's so much of this stuff, it's hard to pick the most interesting.

If I were to rewrite the headline.. How I learned to hate Donald Trump and embraced becoming a victim.

Donald Trump Is Destroying My Marriage

"Shortly after the election is when I became aware of it,” says Lois Brenner, a New York–based divorce attorney. “People were thinking about splitting up their marriages because of political differences.” She’d never encountered this before, but she’s since found herself litigating two such divorces. “After people got over their shock,” she says, “they started arguing.”
By now it’s a truism to point out that the election of Donald Trump and the #MeToo movement have prompted a wholesale realignment of American politics. But it’s also sent shock waves through heterosexual romance.
Donald Trump and the Republican Party have plenty of female supporters, of course, especially among white women. But politically speaking, as evidenced by the recent midterms, there is an undeniable, and growing, gender divide in American politics: In 2018, almost 60 percent of female voters supported Democrats, compared to 47 percent of male voters — outpacing the gap in other recent elections. What can make matters unworkable for couples whose viewpoints aren’t aligned, says Stephanie Coontz, a professor of family studies at Evergreen State College, is that Americans have become increasingly contemptuous of those who hold different positions on divisive political issues — and contempt is singularly destructive for long-term relationships. “Mary Matalin and James Carville,” says Coontz. “How the hell do they make it work?”

http://nymag.com/intelligencer/2018/11/d...riage.html
"We were in the jungle, there were too many of us, we had access to too much money, too much equipment, and little by little we went insane."

--Francis Ford Coppola
http://theseventies.berkeley.edu/godfath...amily-man/


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(02-11-2019, 01:21 AM)MaximalGravity Wrote: There's so much of this stuff, it's hard to pick the most interesting.

If I were to rewrite the headline.. How I learned to hate Donald Trump and embraced becoming a victim.

Donald Trump Is Destroying My Marriage

"Shortly after the election is when I became aware of it,” says Lois Brenner, a New York–based divorce attorney. “People were thinking about splitting up their marriages because of political differences.” She’d never encountered this before, but she’s since found herself litigating two such divorces. “After people got over their shock,” she says, “they started arguing.”
By now it’s a truism to point out that the election of Donald Trump and the #MeToo movement have prompted a wholesale realignment of American politics. But it’s also sent shock waves through heterosexual romance.
Donald Trump and the Republican Party have plenty of female supporters, of course, especially among white women. But politically speaking, as evidenced by the recent midterms, there is an undeniable, and growing, gender divide in American politics: In 2018, almost 60 percent of female voters supported Democrats, compared to 47 percent of male voters — outpacing the gap in other recent elections. What can make matters unworkable for couples whose viewpoints aren’t aligned, says Stephanie Coontz, a professor of family studies at Evergreen State College, is that Americans have become increasingly contemptuous of those who hold different positions on divisive political issues — and contempt is singularly destructive for long-term relationships. “Mary Matalin and James Carville,” says Coontz. “How the hell do they make it work?”        

http://nymag.com/intelligencer/2018/11/d...riage.html

The upper age group of these women are the key log. Get them, they get their younger daughters and their husbands.

The Twump is a wacist plays to the young, the Twump is a misogynist plays to the 45->

Break that meme and get the blacks and latinos and all that's left on the table are the illegals and voter fraud.

Awwwwwwwwwwwwww.

BTW, general recommendation: If you haven't already, watching Whitaker's full 4 hr testimony is well worth it. Amongst other things it gives you all the current Dem memes. Each Dem gets a meme. These people really are stupid, aren't they. And there was one who's assigned talking point was "voter suppression" (as she called it).

We're winning and we're living in interesting times. According to the Chinese, we aren't supposed to be enjoying ourselves. But speaking for myself, I certainly am.
Live without fear.
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