Democrats start work on rigging the next Presidential election

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16 Responses to Democrats start work on rigging the next Presidential election

  1. Jannie says:

    They neutered Trump in his 2016 – 2020 term, the confected Steel dossier and the Mueller “investigation”, started when Republicans had a majority in both houses. And yet they couldn’t quite persuade the RINOs like Lindsay Graham to put him in jail. But they have had plenty of time to manufacture other confections since then, and Trump is a sitting target.

    Trump makes it too easy for their Giant Bullshit Machine, which is one reason I would prefer de Santis.

  2. Cassie of Sydney says:

    which is one reason I would prefer de Santis.”


  3. Bruce of Newcastle says:

    De Santis would be special counselled in about three seconds. Recall how they went after Romney when he said 47% would never vote for him? And look at Mitt now. It is just a tactic, and a nasty one. Every Republican is always worse than Genghis Khan.
    Trump though is thoroughly case-hardened to take it and fight right back. Suing James in Florida is a fine idea!

  4. Eyrie says:

    When push comes to shove de Santis is fake. He has a track record of passing laws to great fanfare and then not enforcing them. So Karl Denninger says.

  5. Buccaneer says:

    To me, it seems like they are giving Trump no option but to run. The confect charges against anyone he is associated with, how will that stop? They weren’t happy enough for Jeffrey Epstein to go to jail. They’ve harassed his family.

    My guess is that there will be a nothing to see here about the laptop in a transparent attempt to head off impeachment should the gop win the house and the senate.

  6. Chris M says:

    Would there still be a ‘Department of Justice’ after 2024 Trump?

  7. Tel says:

    De Santis is enthusiastically enforcing the arrest of illegal voters … mostly to make future illegal voters a bit nervous.

    Unfortunately the laws about who can and cannot vote are complicated, and if you read the article, in many cases people in the government itself falsely told people they were eligible to vote, or simply never checked. I support the rule of law, and in order to achieve that you need laws that people can easily understand.

    In unrelated news … Bibi is back in business.

  8. Entropy says:

    Trump should settle for kingmaker. He will be too old to run for President.

    We have surely had enough of geriatrics supposedly running the show. It just means the Grima Wormtongues skulking the backroom are really running the show.

  9. Terry Hall says:

    ‘Trump should settle for kingmaker. He will be too old to run for President.’

    I would like a Trump/De Santis ticket.
    1. Trump is Kryptonite to the Dems.
    2. Trump has unfinished business and deserves the (second) chance to go nuclear (metaphorically) on the “Deep State” – like shit through a goose.
    3. De Santis is an insurance policy against impeachment (however unlikely given the probable configurations of the new house/senate – this year and beyond) – he would be “worse”.
    4. De Santis is also insurance against the 25th amendment. If Trump’s health/mental acuity declines, then smooth handover.
    5. De Santis will get his two terms right after Trump’s second – and the USA needs 12 straight years of sanity to excise the cancer it has developed.
    6. It will likely take 12+ years in the wildness for Democrats to find and nominate a sane candidate to compete in reality rather than the intersectionality matrix dystopia of their currently diseased minds (sometime after they’ve conducted their internal civil war).
    7. De Santis can have a 4 year headstart on the destruction of the Deep State (Beast Mode), while Trump goes full air cover with the Media and International Affairs.

  10. A reader says:

    Problem is Terry that they’re both from Florida and the constitution doesn’t allow that

  11. C.L. says:

    Not so, a.r.

    As a political practicality, however, it is inadvisable. It is preferable to have a ticket that represents – and creates enthusiasm in – different parts of the country. That’s the only reason the Kennedys chose Lyndon Johnson – a man Jack and Bobby viscerally loathed.

  12. C.L. says:

    I also have a high opinion of DeSantis but I’ve seen red meat kings go national and suddenly start mouthing the orthodoxies of the Swamp, the Blob and the security-state. Trump doesn’t care about any of those people.

    And yet… a DeSantis/Paul ticket would be fantastic.

  13. Bruce of Newcastle says:

    Re my comment about DeSantis getting the treatment. He’s getting the treatment:

    THE RETURN OF “FAKE BUT ACCURATE:” The NYT’s weird DeSantis hit piece (5 Nov)

    And the more likely he is the favoured candidate the more he will get this calumny. Trump is more battlehardened for it.

  14. Not Trampis says:

    Trump stole documents. Then he lied about and got his lawyers to lie about it. He then said the FBI planted the documents but said they were his anyway.
    Any other person would have been prosecuted by now. He is also in trouble in New York and very much so in Georgia.
    I should add yet again NO evidence to suggest the next election is rigged.
    Asc usual deplorables hate law and order.

  15. Boambee John says:

    Non Mentis

    Still got nothing more than leftard talking points? Sad, low energy.

    Why not do something useful, and tell us how we got reliable electricity 24/7/365 before unreliable ruinables came along? And explain why, if ruinables do not need subsidies, the subsidies continue. Then explain why we need a price on carbon, when fossil fuel generation is so expensive and intermittent. Surely they will collapse even without one?

    If you have time after that, a short note on how the thousands of kilometres of new transmission lines required to get ruinable electricity from distributed generation sites to users will not impact on their cost.

    Or do you also have nothing but leftard talking points on ruinables either?

  16. John of Mel says:

    DeSantis is pushed as 2024 alternative to Trump simply to kill the populist movement. Like establishment Republicans killed off the Tea Party, they will try to kill the MAGA movement too. And their weapon of choice is DeSantis.
    Just look at who is pouring millions and millions of $ into Ron’s political coffers and how open these people are about their goals:

    “He has given nearly $60 million to federal Republican candidates and campaigns this election cycle. That puts Griffin behind just liberal billionaire George Soros, who’s given more than $128 million to Democrats, and Richard Uihlein, who aligns himself with far-right candidates and organizations, at about $62 million.

    […] While he’s supporting one of this cycle’s biggest culture warriors in DeSantis, Griffin said most hot-button issues — abortion rights, battles over sex education and LGBTQ rights — don’t define his interests. He wants to improve the diversity of the GOP and blunt the vein of populism that has complicated the party’s relationship with the corporate world — two things he’s consulted with House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy about. “

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