Friday, 20 November 2020

Stick a fork in it

A brave post by an American Conservative ('silverfiddle')


The first clue President Trump's efforts to overturn the election were not serious was when he appointed stumblebum Rudy Giuliani to head up the effort. Everything that boob involves himself in is quickly reduced to a farcical shambles.

Stumblebum Ghouliani's bad hair dye

Rudy drools on himself in the courtroom and makes Biden look like the picture of youthful mental clarity, and judges all over the US are throwing out lawsuits left and right, but Team Trump continues to bang the drum on rightwing cable and talk radio. Is this a money grab of some kind, keeping the campaign going? I have my own suspicions...

They can yammer on all day about voting machines and mathematical algorithms, but until they bring the proof in a court of law, its all BS. It's time to pack up the circus tent, send Rudy off to rehab, and have the president deliver a gracious concession speech.

To my fellow Donald Trump voters, I urge you to turn it off, tune it out and drop the bullshitters from your life. Donald Trump did great things and showed the GOP how to win, but its time for him to go. And not return.

Disagree? Bring Evidence. Not Hannity blather, not talk radio talking points or news conference video. Evidence that can be presented to a judge in a court of law.

Source: AOW.

17 comments:

  1. Thank you for linking to SF's blog post at Always On Watch.

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  2. SF isn't "brave" (in this specific case). Siding with the "powers that be" is NEVER "brave." That's like calling Odyseus "brave" when he confronted Thersites before Agamemnon in the Iliad.

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  3. Conservatism is by it's vary nature "agreeing with the powers that be". A "brave" conservative is one who sides against traditional power. And let's face it, Donald Trump is hardly a "conservative" in the traditional sense. He's more a conservative of classical democratic "liberalism" against autocratic progressive liberalism

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  4. In other words, in Trump's "non-anal centric" world view there's room for "invisible hands".

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  5. I'm not "siding with the powers that be."

    I am lamenting the fact that the Trump Campaign legal challenge is a farcical clown car circus pulling flaming dumpsters behind it.

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    1. SF,
      the Trump Campaign legal challenge is a farcical clown car circus

      Sure looks that way right now!

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  6. Asking for clear evidence is "Siding with the "powers that be""? Who knew?

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  7. Desperately claiming that the election was stolen w/o presenting clear and legal evidence for it isn't exactly 'revolutionary'.

    "Stop the steal" is the new "Russia! Russia! Russia!". While the latter was propagated by the LSM/DS, the former is carried by tons of Conservative 'News' outlets and Con. talk radio. Oh and that other genius, Alex Jones of course.

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  8. Affadavits aren't evidence? Who knew?

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    1. What affadavits are you talking about?

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    2. The one's being pooh-poohed here that no one has read, so no one really knows...

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  9. sf, you're siding with the watchers who don't want to be watched.

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    1. Farmer,

      That is your opinion, and it has no basis in fact.

      You know what would shut up all the haters and establishmentarians? FACTS and EVIDENCE

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    2. SF,
      You know what would shut up all the haters and establishmentarians? FACTS and EVIDENCE

      I have my doubts that the above is true. SOME might be shut up, but I think that the majority would continue on in their cognitive prisons. Just my 2 cents.

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    3. Really sf, THAT would shut them up? It never has before...

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    4. What proof do you have that the election polls in Detroit, Atlanta, Philly, and WI was conducted honestly (other than affadavits), because you have to admit that there certainly wasn't much "transparency."

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