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I don't think it is a matter of "beleive" - it is a matter of accepting the results of a legitimate election and move on.


Whoa - let this moment be recorded for Posterity

 

Am I detecting a small but measurable opening in the Trump or Bust Armor?

 

You must have a faulty Detector. We in the right have always believed in that. It is the snowflakes of the left that could not accept the outcome and started the "Resistance".

 


 


Maybe it's a Geographical Thing.......................where I come from...................resistance is not a Four Letter Word - in fact it's more like a Responsibility

 

1. Boston Massacre

- The Boston Massacre occurred March 5th of 1770 when a group of British soldiers went to defend another soldier was being heckled. The crowd of colonists began to throw things, like stones, at the British troops. The event quickly escalated and the British soldiers began firing a couple of shots into the crowd.  

- In total, 5 civilians were killed.

- The Captain and 8 of his troops were arrested but later  later pardoned from the crime of manslaughter.

 

2. Boston Tea Party

- The Boston Tea Party occurred December 16th of 1773 when the Sons of Liberty dressed as Native Americans and boarded 3 ships in the harbor, in Boston, and dumped 342 chests of tea in the ocean.

- The Boston Tea party occurred because, in hope to help the East India Company financially, the British Parliament passed the Tea Act. This angered the colonists ( "no taxation without representation") so they put there foot down and dumped 342 chests of tea overboard.

 

3. The Battles of Lexington and Concord were the first military engagements of the American Revolutionary War.[9] The battles were fought on April 19, 1775 in Middlesex County, Province of Massachusetts Bay, within the towns of Lexington, Concord, Lincoln, Menotomy (present-day Arlington), and Cambridge. They marked the outbreak of armed conflict between the Kingdom of Great Britain and its thirteen colonies in America. 

 

 

 


Do tell, your reason for listing these events? Hmmmm

Perhaps you’re ready to print your retraction for your misinformation about where the President was when giving the fist bump. 

FAKE post!😈


September 11 starts for purposes of this discussion at approx. 12:01 AM

 

Trumps first contact with his fellow Americans started early that AM - with his customary Tweets about himself

 

Later on Americans were Treated to fist bumps in the air and a sickening gaggle between Trump & a handful of Trump Cult members

 

At some point there was a acknowledgement about it being a 911 Anniversary

 

But it was a after thought - not his primary focus

 

The man is a Weak-minded Narcissistic Sociopath

 

And he shows exactly what he is daily

 

 

 

 

 


You’re opinionated, sidetracking of the question says it all. Let’s try again-  Was the photo taken at the airport or at the  actual memorial? It actually, makes a very, very big difference. The truth will show your leftists anti Trump bias.

Check your very far left leaning Snopes.

Oh, the lies, lies and more lies.


Yep - so far trump has told a little over 5000 lies - since the ingnoreguration...

 

How many has he told in his lifetime?

 

Easily a hundred thousand lies...

 

His credulous, gullible, and easily scammed followers and supporters unquestioningly and naively believe whatever he says, and fatuously fabricate multiple all too transparently disingenuous excuses that nevertheless fail to validate his lies...

 

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@mickstuder wrote:

@fangoh45 wrote:

@mickstuder wrote:

@rk9152 wrote:

@mickstuder wrote:

@rk9152 wrote:

 

 


I don't think it is a matter of "beleive" - it is a matter of accepting the results of a legitimate election and move on.


Whoa - let this moment be recorded for Posterity

 

Am I detecting a small but measurable opening in the Trump or Bust Armor?

 

You must have a faulty Detector. We in the right have always believed in that. It is the snowflakes of the left that could not accept the outcome and started the "Resistance".

 


 


Maybe it's a Geographical Thing.......................where I come from...................resistance is not a Four Letter Word - in fact it's more like a Responsibility

 

1. Boston Massacre

- The Boston Massacre occurred March 5th of 1770 when a group of British soldiers went to defend another soldier was being heckled. The crowd of colonists began to throw things, like stones, at the British troops. The event quickly escalated and the British soldiers began firing a couple of shots into the crowd.  

- In total, 5 civilians were killed.

- The Captain and 8 of his troops were arrested but later  later pardoned from the crime of manslaughter.

 

2. Boston Tea Party

- The Boston Tea Party occurred December 16th of 1773 when the Sons of Liberty dressed as Native Americans and boarded 3 ships in the harbor, in Boston, and dumped 342 chests of tea in the ocean.

- The Boston Tea party occurred because, in hope to help the East India Company financially, the British Parliament passed the Tea Act. This angered the colonists ( "no taxation without representation") so they put there foot down and dumped 342 chests of tea overboard.

 

3. The Battles of Lexington and Concord were the first military engagements of the American Revolutionary War.[9] The battles were fought on April 19, 1775 in Middlesex County, Province of Massachusetts Bay, within the towns of Lexington, Concord, Lincoln, Menotomy (present-day Arlington), and Cambridge. They marked the outbreak of armed conflict between the Kingdom of Great Britain and its thirteen colonies in America. 

 

 

 


Do tell, your reason for listing these events? Hmmmm

Perhaps you’re ready to print your retraction for your misinformation about where the President was when giving the fist bump. 

FAKE post!😈


September 11 starts for purposes of this discussion at approx. 12:01 AM

 

Trumps first contact with his fellow Americans started early that AM - with his customary Tweets about himself

 

Later on Americans were Treated to fist bumps in the air and a sickening gaggle between Trump & a handful of Trump Cult members

 

At some point there was a acknowledgement about it being a 911 Anniversary

 

But it was a after thought - not his primary focus

 

The man is a Weak-minded Narcissistic Sociopath

 

And he shows exactly what he is daily

 

 

 

 

 


You’re opinionated, sidetracking of the question says it all. Let’s try again-  Was the photo taken at the airport or at the  actual memorial? It actually, makes a very, very big difference. The truth will show your leftists anti Trump bias.

Check your very far left leaning Snopes.

Oh, the lies, lies and more lies.

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@fangoh45 wrote:

@mickstuder wrote:

@rk9152 wrote:

@mickstuder wrote:

@rk9152 wrote:

 

 


I don't think it is a matter of "beleive" - it is a matter of accepting the results of a legitimate election and move on.


Whoa - let this moment be recorded for Posterity

 

Am I detecting a small but measurable opening in the Trump or Bust Armor?

 

You must have a faulty Detector. We in the right have always believed in that. It is the snowflakes of the left that could not accept the outcome and started the "Resistance".

 


 


Maybe it's a Geographical Thing.......................where I come from...................resistance is not a Four Letter Word - in fact it's more like a Responsibility

 

1. Boston Massacre

- The Boston Massacre occurred March 5th of 1770 when a group of British soldiers went to defend another soldier was being heckled. The crowd of colonists began to throw things, like stones, at the British troops. The event quickly escalated and the British soldiers began firing a couple of shots into the crowd.  

- In total, 5 civilians were killed.

- The Captain and 8 of his troops were arrested but later  later pardoned from the crime of manslaughter.

 

2. Boston Tea Party

- The Boston Tea Party occurred December 16th of 1773 when the Sons of Liberty dressed as Native Americans and boarded 3 ships in the harbor, in Boston, and dumped 342 chests of tea in the ocean.

- The Boston Tea party occurred because, in hope to help the East India Company financially, the British Parliament passed the Tea Act. This angered the colonists ( "no taxation without representation") so they put there foot down and dumped 342 chests of tea overboard.

 

3. The Battles of Lexington and Concord were the first military engagements of the American Revolutionary War.[9] The battles were fought on April 19, 1775 in Middlesex County, Province of Massachusetts Bay, within the towns of Lexington, Concord, Lincoln, Menotomy (present-day Arlington), and Cambridge. They marked the outbreak of armed conflict between the Kingdom of Great Britain and its thirteen colonies in America. 

 

 

 


Do tell, your reason for listing these events? Hmmmm

Perhaps you’re ready to print your retraction for your misinformation about where the President was when giving the fist bump. 

FAKE post!😈


September 11 starts for purposes of this discussion at approx. 12:01 AM

 

Trumps first contact with his fellow Americans started early that AM - with his customary Tweets about himself

 

Later on Americans were Treated to fist bumps in the air and a sickening gaggle between Trump & a handful of Trump Cult members

 

At some point there was a acknowledgement about it being a 911 Anniversary

 

But it was a after thought - not his primary focus

 

The man is a Weak-minded Narcissistic Sociopath

 

And he shows exactly what he is daily

 

 

 

 

 

( " China if You're Listening - Get Trumps Tax Returns " )

" )
" - Anonymous

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@mickstuder wrote:

@rk9152 wrote:

@mickstuder wrote:

@rk9152 wrote:

 

 


I don't think it is a matter of "beleive" - it is a matter of accepting the results of a legitimate election and move on.


Whoa - let this moment be recorded for Posterity

 

Am I detecting a small but measurable opening in the Trump or Bust Armor?

 

You must have a faulty Detector. We in the right have always believed in that. It is the snowflakes of the left that could not accept the outcome and started the "Resistance".

 


 


Maybe it's a Geographical Thing.......................where I come from...................resistance is not a Four Letter Word - in fact it's more like a Responsibility

 

1. Boston Massacre

- The Boston Massacre occurred March 5th of 1770 when a group of British soldiers went to defend another soldier was being heckled. The crowd of colonists began to throw things, like stones, at the British troops. The event quickly escalated and the British soldiers began firing a couple of shots into the crowd.  

- In total, 5 civilians were killed.

- The Captain and 8 of his troops were arrested but later  later pardoned from the crime of manslaughter.

 

2. Boston Tea Party

- The Boston Tea Party occurred December 16th of 1773 when the Sons of Liberty dressed as Native Americans and boarded 3 ships in the harbor, in Boston, and dumped 342 chests of tea in the ocean.

- The Boston Tea party occurred because, in hope to help the East India Company financially, the British Parliament passed the Tea Act. This angered the colonists ( "no taxation without representation") so they put there foot down and dumped 342 chests of tea overboard.

 

3. The Battles of Lexington and Concord were the first military engagements of the American Revolutionary War.[9] The battles were fought on April 19, 1775 in Middlesex County, Province of Massachusetts Bay, within the towns of Lexington, Concord, Lincoln, Menotomy (present-day Arlington), and Cambridge. They marked the outbreak of armed conflict between the Kingdom of Great Britain and its thirteen colonies in America. 

 

 

 


Do tell, your reason for listing these events? Hmmmm

Perhaps you’re ready to print your retraction for your misinformation about where the President was when giving the fist bump. 

FAKE post!😈

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@rk9152 wrote:

@mickstuder wrote:

@rk9152 wrote:

@mickstuder wrote:

@rk9152 wrote:

 

 


I don't think it is a matter of "beleive" - it is a matter of accepting the results of a legitimate election and move on.


Whoa - let this moment be recorded for Posterity

 

Am I detecting a small but measurable opening in the Trump or Bust Armor?

 

You must have a faulty Detector. We in the right have always believed in that. It is the snowflakes of the left that could not accept the outcome and started the "Resistance".

 


 


Maybe it's a Geographical Thing.......................where I come from...................resistance is not a Four Letter Word - in fact it's more like a Responsibility

 

1. Boston Massacre

- The Boston Massacre occurred March 5th of 1770 when a group of British soldiers went to defend another soldier was being heckled. The crowd of colonists began to throw things, like stones, at the British troops. The event quickly escalated and the British soldiers began firing a couple of shots into the crowd.  

- In total, 5 civilians were killed.

- The Captain and 8 of his troops were arrested but later  later pardoned from the crime of manslaughter.

 

2. Boston Tea Party

- The Boston Tea Party occurred December 16th of 1773 when the Sons of Liberty dressed as Native Americans and boarded 3 ships in the harbor, in Boston, and dumped 342 chests of tea in the ocean.

- The Boston Tea party occurred because, in hope to help the East India Company financially, the British Parliament passed the Tea Act. This angered the colonists ( "no taxation without representation") so they put there foot down and dumped 342 chests of tea overboard.

 

3. The Battles of Lexington and Concord were the first military engagements of the American Revolutionary War.[9] The battles were fought on April 19, 1775 in Middlesex County, Province of Massachusetts Bay, within the towns of Lexington, Concord, Lincoln, Menotomy (present-day Arlington), and Cambridge. They marked the outbreak of armed conflict between the Kingdom of Great Britain and its thirteen colonies in America. 

 

 

 That sounds like a call for an armed uprising when dissatisfied with the outcome of a legal, Constitutional election. Do I have this right? If so, it's no wonder your garbage cans get knocked over.


 Nope - still nowhere close to correct...

 

Those that trump supporters mistakenly believe are American bloggers, American websites, etc, etc (they are really Russian Bots, Russian Trolls and others mistakenly believed to be trump supporters) - but have never been Americans - are still leading trump supporters astray...

 

 

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 It took a while for most Nixon supporters to realize they had been scammed.

It will take a while for most trump supporters to come to a similar conclusion.

Some Nixon supporters never reconnected with reality - some trump supporters never will either...


 

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   Hmmm, donald supporters are saying that every event, regardless of the reason for a public event, even a memorial can and possibly should be treated as a campaign event.    

    That, imo, is a pretty weird perversion of reality that I would not support or attend, but if the RW want to endorse such bizarre interpretations of history, so be it.   

     That is probably why they continue to embrace the neo-nazi ideology and claims about WWII.    That is probably why they embrace the White Nationalist ideology.   

      They are the same folks who embrace the ideology that the white man who can't engage in society hate women and therefore go out of their way to both demean them and want to take their Rights away.     Weird Weak Males....of course they embrace donald, perhaps it is because it is all that is lacking in their world. 

       It is also why they want a spectacle of a military parade....just my POV on the WWM

     


His actions under discussion were not at the memorial. That has nothing to do with race or Nazis, it is simply a fact.

 

For some reason, everything to the left is racial - a strange way of seeing our world. No wonder they are so unhappy.

40962683_10215698010344205_8156611922712592384_n.jpg

 


 

You do realize the majority race is the one duped under fascism right?


do you really see a connection between a phony picture and greeting fans at an airport fence?

 

or is it just the usual spewing of hatred?

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Mick, all these right wingers hate affirmative action. Must be they feel they were discriminated against, when they really did score 0 on the test.

 

try to focus - neither race nor gender were factors at the airport fence and memorial service.


 

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@mickstuder wrote:

@rk9152 wrote:

@mickstuder wrote:

@rk9152 wrote:

 

 


I don't think it is a matter of "beleive" - it is a matter of accepting the results of a legitimate election and move on.


Whoa - let this moment be recorded for Posterity

 

Am I detecting a small but measurable opening in the Trump or Bust Armor?

 

You must have a faulty Detector. We in the right have always believed in that. It is the snowflakes of the left that could not accept the outcome and started the "Resistance".

 


 


Maybe it's a Geographical Thing.......................where I come from...................resistance is not a Four Letter Word - in fact it's more like a Responsibility

 

1. Boston Massacre

- The Boston Massacre occurred March 5th of 1770 when a group of British soldiers went to defend another soldier was being heckled. The crowd of colonists began to throw things, like stones, at the British troops. The event quickly escalated and the British soldiers began firing a couple of shots into the crowd.  

- In total, 5 civilians were killed.

- The Captain and 8 of his troops were arrested but later  later pardoned from the crime of manslaughter.

 

2. Boston Tea Party

- The Boston Tea Party occurred December 16th of 1773 when the Sons of Liberty dressed as Native Americans and boarded 3 ships in the harbor, in Boston, and dumped 342 chests of tea in the ocean.

- The Boston Tea party occurred because, in hope to help the East India Company financially, the British Parliament passed the Tea Act. This angered the colonists ( "no taxation without representation") so they put there foot down and dumped 342 chests of tea overboard.

 

3. The Battles of Lexington and Concord were the first military engagements of the American Revolutionary War.[9] The battles were fought on April 19, 1775 in Middlesex County, Province of Massachusetts Bay, within the towns of Lexington, Concord, Lincoln, Menotomy (present-day Arlington), and Cambridge. They marked the outbreak of armed conflict between the Kingdom of Great Britain and its thirteen colonies in America. 

 

 

 That sounds like a call for an armed uprising when dissatisfied with the outcome of a legal, Constitutional election. Do I have this right? If so, it's no wonder your garbage cans get knocked over.


 

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@rk9152 wrote:

@afisher wrote:

   Hmmm, donald supporters are saying that every event, regardless of the reason for a public event, even a memorial can and possibly should be treated as a campaign event.    

    That, imo, is a pretty weird perversion of reality that I would not support or attend, but if the RW want to endorse such bizarre interpretations of history, so be it.   

     That is probably why they continue to embrace the neo-nazi ideology and claims about WWII.    That is probably why they embrace the White Nationalist ideology.   

      They are the same folks who embrace the ideology that the white man who can't engage in society hate women and therefore go out of their way to both demean them and want to take their Rights away.     Weird Weak Males....of course they embrace donald, perhaps it is because it is all that is lacking in their world. 

       It is also why they want a spectacle of a military parade....just my POV on the WWM

     


His actions under discussion were not at the memorial. That has nothing to do with race or Nazis, it is simply a fact.

 

For some reason, everything to the left is racial - a strange way of seeing our world. No wonder they are so unhappy.

40962683_10215698010344205_8156611922712592384_n.jpg

 


 

You do realize the majority race is the one duped under fascism right?

So it begins.
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Another fraud topic. He was greeting a bunch of smiling, cheering people at an airport fence.


HE WAS ON HIS WAY TO A MEMORIAL SERVICE! Once again Der Trumper displays all the dignity and gravitas of an orange toad in a cesspool.


He was responding to the smiling, cheering people at the fence.


There are at least 5 other Humans in the Picture - One of them is the First Lady of the USA who has a much higher approval rating then Trump - the 7 smiling, cheering people at the fence might have been there for Melania but - Trump - once again illustrating Trump always & only thinks it's all about him

 

Here are what Reasonable People are saying about Trumps lack of respect for the Day

 

The majority of the backlash was focused on the double fist pump gesture, however, with critics saying it reflected a “lack of respect” and an “inability to feel empathy for another person’s loss.”

 

“This is not an exclamation point day. This is not a fist pump day,” wrote one tweeter.

 

“You sully the solemnity of this day.

 

History will not be kind to you.”

 

“Today we get a fist pump because Trump thinks ppl are there for him,” said another critic.

 

“What a rabbit hole we have gone down.

 

Anyone that thinks this gesture doesn’t show exactly who Trump really is, think again.”

 

Source - https://people.com/politics/donald-trump-double-fist-pump-911-memorial-service/

 

 


No kidding, YOU were really ABLE to find critical tweet.

 

Who wudda thunk it???

 

Bottom line, he was not at the service, he was responding to the people at the fence.


You know that, I know that, but an UNreasonable, blinded eye don't know that!

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