Saturday, March 04, 2017

You probably missed it but apparently small crowds of people rallied for Trump all around the country today. And by small crowds, I mean REALLY small crowds.

Courtesy of The Guardian: 

Around 100 Donald Trump supporters gathered outside Trump Tower on Saturday afternoon, as part of a nationwide effort to show appreciation for the embattled president.  

In something of a blow for the expression of support, the pro-Trump rally was hampered by a dwindling turnout and a counter-protest. 

“I thought there’d be a little bit more people,” said Lance Lovejoy, from Maspeth in Queens. “But it’s a little bit cold out. And it wasn’t well put out either. I only found out about it yesterday.”

Yeah, it was cold, THAT must be it.

Completely off topic but here is a tweet showing the thousand or more women who showed up for the Women's March in Anchorage during a snow storm.
The crowds were so small that even Fox News did not bother trying to lie about them:

Supporters of President Donald Trump held a series of smaller rallies and marches around the country to show their pride in his presidency. 

Saturday's "March 4 Trump" demonstrations are intended to show unity in the face of what organizers call "a seditious fringe" aiming to sabotage his vision for the country. 

A couple hundred supporters gathered in New York near Trump Tower, chanting "U-S-A." One held a sign reading: "I am not a Democrat anymore." Another read: "Yes he is our president." 

Well Trump may be HIS president but it certainly does not seem as if there are too many who share that sentiment. 
I wonder how many protesters we will see when Trump gets removed from office for colluding with the Kremlin?

(H/T to Politicususa.)


  1. Anonymous4:44 PM

    #march4trump is really a #march4dummies. When he guts their social security you will see even fewer of them but of course they will continue to wave their flags enthusiastically online as they sink into greater misery. Clueless retards.

  2. Anonymous4:49 PM

    There is a startling new development in the ongoing Trump/Russia story.

    Last week I wrote about Michael Cohen and his extensive network of personal and business relationships in the Ukrainian-American emigre community. One of those was a man named Alex Oronov, who runs a major agribusiness concern in Ukraine. Oronov was a partner in the ethanol business Cohen and Cohen's brother Bryan set up in Ukraine about a decade ago. Oronov is Bryan Cohen's father-in-law. Today we learned that Oronov apparently organized that 'peace plan' meeting that brought together Ukrainian MP Artemenko, Cohen and Felix Sater. About four hours ago Andrii Artemenko, the Ukrainian parliamentarian who came to New York with that 'peace plan', went on Facebook to announce that Alex Oronov has died.

    1. Anonymous5:29 PM

      So how many russians with links to trump have died recently? 5 or 6?

    2. Anonymous5:55 PM

      The Only Question Now is When Donald Trump Realized How Much Trouble He Was In

      What makes it worse is that Trump alone probably does not realize what these revelations reveal to the world about his character, or rather, his lack of it.

      What Trump is aware of is that the net is closing around him. As former Vermont Governor and DNC Chair Howard Dean tweeted, and as surely Trump knows by now or he would not have embarked on this morning’s rampage,

      A Tweet May Get Trump Impeached As President Declassified FISA Warrant On His Own People

      Donald Trump shouldn't have tweeted his morning missives to paranoia, as he has announced to the world that he is being spied on and the news won't be good. While he was trying to cast aspersions on former President Obama, Trump managed to cut off his nose to spite his face because he focused attention on why the government would be spying on him.

      A FISA warrant, or Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act warrant, is a judicial warrant that has to be applied for.

      A FISA warrant must certify that the “target of the proposed surveillance is either a ‘foreign power’ or ‘the agent of a foreign power’ and, in the case of a U.S. citizen or resident alien, that the target may be involved in the commission of a crime.”

      This is the warrant that was reportedly (and disputably) given to counter intelligence agents so they had ability to cover those in Donald Trump’s campaign who had ties to Russia.

      House Intelligence Committee member Rep. Jim Himes (D-CT) explained that Trump might have declassified a warrant against his own people with his tweet. Rep. Himes said, “Talking about a particular warrant, the existence of a warrant is something you simply don’t do. So when I wake up this morning and find that the President is tweeting about it. Mind you, he is the ultimate declassification authority, and if he just declassified the existence of a FISA warrant on his people.”

      Video of Rep. Himes on MSNBC:

      Former NSA Analyst Pulls No Punches About Trump Criminal Collusion With Russia

      Former NSA analyst John Schindler mocked President Trump and said it wasn't smart to attack spies and the press "when you colluded with the Kremlin to get elected."
      Trump knows his illegal ties to Moscow will be exposed soon. Hence his panic. He will do anything to save himself. Even provoking civil war.'

    3. Anonymous6:01 PM

      7 or 8?

    4. Anonymous6:04 PM

      Someone counted it at 8 now with Oronov.

    5. Anonymous7:08 PM

      I suppose the Sunday shows are going to be about educating the public on the fine art of obtaining a warrant for wire tapes.

    6. Anonymous9:58 AM

      That is why he is trying to discredit US intel and investigations into his Russian connections just like he tried to discredit media who tell the truth about him. You can bet he is seriously worried about what will come out, especially now that he does not have Sessions in charge to cover up any crimes he (or his friends) may have committed. So Claim Pres Obama behind everything, then he can claim all information that does come out is tarnished/faked.. Preemptive attacks

    7. Anonymous7:18 PM

      Tiny crowds in tribute to T.Rump's tiny hands.

  3. Anonymous4:58 PM

    This Stunningly Racist French Novel Is How Steve Bannon Explains The World

  4. Anonymous5:00 PM

    I see little groupings of tiny minded and misinformed idiots. Has Palin chimed in yet? After all, she did prostitute herself for the shitgibbon and these groups of fools are her type of people. Maybe Trump can appoint her Secretary of the Dumb Fucks.

    1. Anonymous5:25 PM

      No need to bring up Palin anymore....she's a has been w/no political influence or status anywhere in Alaska or throughout our country.

    2. Anonymous6:06 PM

      Sarah could hold a rally at her house with just her illegitimate grandbabies.

    3. Anonymous7:55 PM

      Sarah Palin was nothing but a trial run for the Great Orange Pumpkin.

      As they say: "Mission Accomplished!"

    4. Bannon moved on to a more useful idiot. Palin is completely washed up as far as politics goes.

  5. Anonymous5:14 PM

    I was in Denver this AM, and the run up to the pro-Trump rally at the capitol was getting a lot of play on the news. It was supposed to be 50 degrees there that day. I didn't see what happened because I don't live there, but….those excuses to apply.

  6. Anonymous5:22 PM

    See who the imbeciles sre. Oh, my uncle. Lol.

  7. Anonymous5:22 PM

    Okay, I just looked it up --

    Hundreds of people showed up in Denver.

    1. Anonymous7:20 PM

      Dozens = hundreds? What alternative math class did you fail?

  8. Anonymous5:24 PM

    Trump support turnout is abysmal throughout the country. He should be embarrassed for himself!

    He's potus in name only! He doesn't and didn't have the backing of the majority of Americans for the postion!

  9. Anonymous5:27 PM

    Billions and Billions March 4 Trump, ok maybe only a few hundred

    The Latest: 4 arrested at rally in Washington state capital

    By The Associated Press - The Associated Press

    NEW YORK (AP) The Latest on rallies held across the country Saturday in support of President Donald Trump :

    The Washington State Patrol says four demonstrators were arrested Saturday in the state capital of Olympia at a rally in support of President Donald Trump, KOMO-TV reports.
    The TV station says about 225 people attended the pro-Trump rally and a group of about 150 people against Trump staged a counter-protest.

    Authorities did not say if the people arrested were pro-Trump or anti-Trump.
    The Virginian-Pilot reports ( around 200 Trump backers showed up Saturday for the event at Mount Trashmore Park

    Also in attendance were some 100 counter-protesters,

    Police say about 300 people have rallied in support of Trump in a gathering outside the Texas Capitol in Austin during rain.

    In Lansing, Michigan, about 200 Trump supporters rallied on one side of the state Capitol while 100 critics gathered on another side

    About 30 supporters of President Donald Trump rallied at the Indiana Statehouse in Indianapolis to denounce what they see as unfair treatment of the Republican.

    Near Mar-a-Lago, the Palm Beach Post reported that people on both sides exchanged profanity. Trump's motorcade briefly stopped so he could wave at supporters.

    A couple hundred supporters gathered in New York near Trump Tower

    1. Until the helipad is finished. Then he can stop pretending and ignore all the little people.

  10. Anonymous5:31 PM

    This is not what Putin planned as he cosied up to Trump

  11. Anonymous5:37 PM

    Many Geese = Flock
    Many Wolves = Pack
    Many Reindeer- Herd
    Many Trump Followers = Circle Jerk
    Many Trump Followers with Trump In Attendance =
    Circle Jerk with a Pivot Man

    1. You mean it's not a Bellow of Trumpsters?

  12. Anonymous5:42 PM

    Maybe the USA Dept of Justice will put a end to this mess on Monday. Forced Resignation of entire deplorable mess. The American people deserve relief from this daily chaos. These people have committed crime after crime and there is enough evidence to put them all away for life.

    1. Department of Justice?

      Surely you jest.

  13. Anonymous5:42 PM

    Today has been the biggest failure of POTUS' term so far. Worst thing is, he doesn't even understand why. He's treading on very thin ice.

    1. Anonymous9:03 PM

      Would someone please explain WHY this is Trump's biggest failure of term?

      1) nobody showed up at rally???

      2) he accidentally declassified wiretapping--if indeed anything took place. We heard about the server in Trump Tower talking to Russia months ago, so did he just lie?

      3) other reasons???

      Sorry, I don't get this Twitter post.

      But thanks for turning me on to Rogue POTUS Staff, whoever posts them here.

    2. Anonymous5:51 PM

      Hi. 9:03 here. Sunday afternoon.

      I think I have the answer. He turned on his staff????

      Trump got so mad about Sessions recusing himself that he went berserk with Twitter about wire tapping.

      He's also crazy mad because Sessions and other reports took the hype away from his Big Speech the other day--the only praise he's gotten since taking office.

      Also, while berserk, and blindsided, apparently about Sessons, he turned on his staff and told Preibus and Bannon and told them they coldn't go to Mar a Largo on Air Force One.

      It's the "turning on his staff" that's his big mistake.

      I certainly would not want to be on their bad side--especially if prison sentences were in the offing.

      Especially Bannon. He's only loyal while you can do something for him.

    3. Anonymous7:26 PM

      Yep. Prepuce and BannedBoy weren't exactly best buds. But make yourself their enemy in common and let them share and compare injuries..T.Rump ain't too smart.

  14. Anonymous5:43 PM

    Bikers, militias, kkk members showed up to keep peace. This is so pathetic and gross.

  15. Anonymous5:58 PM

    Trump’s view of the presidency is like that of a totalitarian child. Donald Trump believes that this president is all powerful with no limitations. Trump never asked any experts if the president has the power to order wiretaps. He just ran with what he read on Breitbart and tweeted up a storm.

    The senior citizen boy/child who wants to be taken seriously as president was just shown how it is done by Barack Obama. For the majority of Americans, Donald Trump will always be the pretender sitting in the Oval Office. Trump is the reality television star playacting what he thinks a president should be.

    Barack Obama showed with one statement the difference between a pretend president and the real deal.

  16. Anonymous6:00 PM

  17. Anonymous6:08 PM

    I guess the Trump inner circle didn't have the time or the inclination to attend to advertising and busing attendees in for the "marches"- they're kind of preoccupied with staying in office right now LOL and they are in deep, deep shit.

  18. Anonymous6:13 PM

    Russia is the slow burn of the Trump administration, and it’s not going away

  19. Anonymous6:18 PM

    POTUS has done more damage to self in the 48 w/ his temper than has compromising news. No POTUS can survive scandal by alienating his staff.

  20. Anonymous6:20 PM

    There are three Russian guests staying at Mar a Lago this weekend. They are not members. Have no clue who they are.

    POTUS plays so much more golf than the media knows. The idea this is a "working weekend" is a joke. It's a naps/golf/naps weekend.

    1. Anonymous7:28 PM

      I think this Twitter account was proven to be fake.

    2. Anonymous9:19 PM

      Actually, wrong, but nice try. It speaks for itself.

    3. Anonymous4:40 AM

      Well, apparently they've been joined by Sessions. Does the current Atty. General of the US count as a "Russian goest" and is Melania there?

  21. Anonymous6:21 PM

    The Nashville rally downtown on Legislative Plaza was pretty pathetic.

  22. Anonymous6:29 PM

    Former CIA agent knocks White House: They don’t ‘let drops of blood go in the water, they drop a tub load’

    ‘This is what happens when a target gets buggy’: Analyst says Trump rant about ‘tapping’ is a sign he’s guilty

    ...Security analysts Malcolm Nance stated, “This is what happens when a target starts getting buggy.”

    “I have been involved in advanced information collection in my world,” Nance began. “I have no idea what Donald Trump is talking about. We do not even do that the way he probably thinks, from ‘The Sopranos,’ where we’re running wires into his office. This is very dangerous. The people who would be tasked in Justice, if there were any questions coming from the White House starting today or any time in the foreseeable future, is how do they actually do collections?”

    “It means they’re [the White House] preparing for a coverup, because they want to know how they’re actually getting this information,” he continued. “This is what happens when a target starts getting buggy — he’s caught.”

    1. Well, duh. Of course he's guilty.

      He has all sorts of "tells" to indicate when he's guilty.

  23. Anonymous7:04 PM

    I remember that early in the week, I think Tuesday, people had shown up in spots to support Trump. He had made a remark in a speech or something and mentioned that people should come out. Few did. The pictures were sooooo sad! And someone then said that the real marches in support of Trump would happen on the weekend. But today was not much better.

  24. Anonymous7:12 PM

    Good thing trump is in favor of torture because we need to know exactly what he has "sold' to the russians.

    I would image everything in the security briefings plus ??

    1. It's not so much selling as repaying a debt. I'm sure he is indebted to them (and the Chinese) for billions that have been keeping his "business" afloat.

      He's hoping to stay in office long enough to pay off all of the debts, plus earn a hefty nest egg for after he is deposed. To remove from office OR to testify under oath.

  25. Anonymous8:22 PM

    Trump seems to be connected to every shady person and death that involves Russia and Ukraine. Another one bites the dust:

    1. Anonymous9:20 PM

      Trump-Russia conspirator Alex Oronov dies suspiciously; he lived in Donald Trump’s building
      Yet another individual directly involved in Donald Trump’s Russia scandal has dropped dead under suspicious circumstances, and for the first time, the deceased is a United States citizen. Alex Oronov, one of the organizers of a plot that had the Kremlin pressuring Trump to oust the president of the Ukraine, has died. Palmer Report has determined that Oronov lived in Donald Trump’s building.

      Alex Oronov was the individual who arranged a meeting between Donald Trump’s attorney Michael Cohen and Trump’s Russian former business partner Felix Sater, with the assistance of Russian-controlled Ukrainian politician Andrey Artemenko. That meeting resulted in Cohen delivering a Kremlin-backed proposal to National Security Adviser Michael Flynn’s office just before he resigned. The plan involved Donald Trump using Russian blackmail to force out the president of Ukraine, so Artemenko could become president and give Crimea to Russia.

      Artemenko announced that Oronov is dead, and he blames the death on the plot becoming public knowledge. The implication seems to be that Vladimir Putin and Russia had Oronov killed after he was outed as a conspirator by the media. It turns out Oronov had direct ties to Donald Trump. Business Insider and Talking Points Memo first reported on the fact that Oronov had died. Palmer Report’s own research team has since determined that Oronov lived in the Trump Hollywood building.

    2. Anonymous9:21 PM

      You'd think with all these Russian people suddenly dropping that the U.S. people would be wondering about if the Russians are going to come shut them down?

      If it were me, which it never would be, but if it were me, I'd be looking to find a good lawyer who would help me cut a deal.

      Info in exchange for Witness Protection or a safe house for my family or something.

      Maybe one of the insider staff will volunteer to use a wire in exchange for immunity and a safe haven.

      Would be uber easy to get Trump to brag about what he's doing and record every word.

    3. Anonymous9:22 PM

      The timing suggests that Alex Oronov may have been a Kremlin agent or loyalist, and fled after the USSR fell. That would explain why, despite being Ukrainian himself, he was involved in a plot to overthrow the Ukrainian president and hand control back to the Kremlin. In any case, Oronov has been a naturalized United States citizen for twenty years. Up to now, the seven previous people who dropped dead in and around the Trump-Russia scandal had all been Russian citizens. Did Putin finally murder an American citizen?

    4. Anonymous4:37 AM

      That is truly bizarre. Is the purpose to scare the Americans politicians and politicos who were involved into silence? Trump may never leave his golf haven in Florida.

  26. Anonymous9:10 PM

    Only 10 days until Pi Day!
    Look it up, $arah, so you can appear smart.

  27. Anonymous9:25 PM

    Well, there will always be those women that say, "I love being ordered around by a man, because Bible." Am I a feminist? No, female, believer in equal rights for all, just a human as those who are now detained in airports because Donnie is a paranoid schizophrenic.

  28. Anonymous9:36 PM

    Jeff Sessions and Russian Ambassador both cancel Saturday plans, as Sessions flies to Mar-a-Lago

    Here’s a new twist on the ongoing saga of Attorney General Jeff Sessions and his repeated meetings with Russian Ambassador Sergey Kislyak during the campaign, which he lied about under oath. Both Sessions and Kislyak were scheduled to attend the same public event on Saturday. That’s not suspicious, as they would have been two out of thousands of attendees. Here’s what’s odd: Sessions and Kislyak have both canceled on that event – and Sessions hopped a plane to Trump’s Florida home.

    ...The Hill is reporting that Sergey Kislyak canceled on the Gridiron Dinner at the last minute, and separately reporting that Jeff Sessions headed to Mar-a-Lago at the last minute. John Harwood of CNBC is confirming that Sessions was also supposed to have been at the dinner. Connect the dots: are they now having dinner together in Florida?

    Donald Trump’s White House counsel caught improperly meddling in Trump-Russia investigation

    ...Not only is Donald Trump’s White House now actively meddling in an FBI/DOJ investigation, violating the sanctity of the process, it’s meddling in an investigation into Trump himself. This represents an even more egregiously inappropriate breach than the stunt pulled by White House Chief of Staff Reince Priebus last month when he pressured the FBI and Republican members of Congress to throw the media off the trail of the Trump-Russia scandal. But it gets worse.

    White House counsel Donald McGahn is also arguably attempting to interfere with the Judicial Branch’s role in the Trump-Russia investigation by trying to forcibly obtain a copy of the secret FISA warrant the judge may have issued. The White House has no authority over the actions of the Judicial Branch whatsoever, and any attempt at subverting that would be unconstitutional. And yet the New York Times is confirming that McGahn did go after the warrant today. It suggests McGahn himself is part of the Trump-Russia conspiracy.

    1. Anonymous4:33 AM

      I sure hope the American taxpayers are not paying for Sessions' flight to Florida. Is the Russian ambassador also flying to Florida? Hopefully that flight would be on the Russian ruble.

  29. Anonymous9:40 PM

    Donald Trump appears to have illegally leaked classified info in his Trump Tower wiretap tweets

    ...Although an FBI source leaked the existence of the warrant to Heat Street last year, which reported it on November 7th, that reporting failed to become a mainstream story at the time. In any case Trump didn’t know that word of the FISA warrant against him had leaked to the media. So when he tweeted about it this morning, he was leaking classified information which to the best of his knowledge was still secret from the public.

    To be clear, the president has the authority to declassify any information at any time. But the law says he must formally do so through an executive order. He cannot simply blurt out classified info on a whim. So unless Trump signed an executive order this morning before he launched his tweet storm, he knowingly and illegally leaked classified information to the public.

    Carter Page fires back, says Donald Trump was behind Russia conspiracy at GOP Convention

    One day after the Donald Trump campaign tried to turn former adviser Carter Page into a fall guy over the Russia scandal, Page is now firing back and accusing Trump himself of having been behind it all. Page was one of at least three Trump advisers who met with Russian Ambassador Sergey Kislyak during the Republican Convention, which resulted in the Republican Party platform being changed in favor of Russia.

    Earlier this week, former Donald Trump campaign adviser J.D. Gordon told CNN that it was Donald Trump himself who initiated the push for the change in the Republican Party platform to favor Russia over the Ukraine, and that Trump had been pushing for it for at least four months leading up to the convention. Gordon, Carter Page, and Jeff Sessions all attended the convention meeting with the Russian Ambassador. Page has changed his story several times and can no longer be seen as particularly credible in his own right, but now he’s directly backing up the claims made by the far more credible Gordon.

    1. Anonymous4:30 AM

      The name "Gordon" brought back memories of Gordon Liddy and the Watergate break-in. One would think that the GOP would be smart enough not to involve a "Gordon" in another national scandal. Of course, there are probably fee Republicans operatives today who would remember Gordon Liddy of Watergate infamy.

  30. Anonymous10:00 PM

    Trump reverses pledge to mandate U.S. steel for Keystone Pipeline. A direct beneficiary is a Russian oligarch with close ties to Vladimir Putin

    That sharp reversal now paves the way for the use of a stockpile of steel manufactured in Canada by a subsidiary of Evraz, a company in which Russian billionaire Roman Abramovich owns nearly a one/third stake.

    Abramovich, estimated to be worth $8.9 billion, who ranks No. 151 on Forbes list of the 500 wealthiest people in the world, has longstanding personal and political ties to Russian President Vladimir Putin, whom President Trump has repeatedly praised.

    The connection between the oligarch and the steel already produced for the pipeline was first reported by, a Canadian website TIME Magazine named to its list of “25 best blogs of 2011.”

    According to the report:

    “40 percent of the steel created so far was manufactured in Canada by a subsidiary of Evraz, a company 31-percent owned by Russian oligarch Roman Abramovich, who is a close ally of Putin and a Trump family friend. Evraz has also actively lobbied against provisions which would mandate that Keystone XL’s steel be made in the U.S.

    1. Is anyone surprised?

      There will be a lot more of this.

      Just wait until the Chinese get impatient and demand their turn at the honey pot.

  31. Anonymous10:02 PM

    Unhinged Trump Advisor Roger Stone Launches Into Vulgar Twitter Tirade, Suggests He Worked With Assange To Sabotage Clinton

    Renowned Republican strategist and long-time Donald Trump adviser Roger Stone launched into a vulgar Twitter tirade against multiple users on the social media website Saturday night, making offensive off-color comments, misogynistic slurs, and at one point even suggesting that he may have collaborated with an enemy nation to sabotage the presidential campaign of Hillary Clinton. Some of the tweets have been deleted. According to the New York Times, Mr. Stone is one of a growing number of Trump advisers and allies now being investigated by the Federal Bureau of Investigation for alleged contacts with Russian officials during the 2016 presidential election.

    1. Anonymous4:26 AM

      Just how many lunatics did the GOP hire to put Trump in the White House? The list grows by the minute.

    2. The cracks are multiplying and widening.

      Pretty soon Trump won't be able to prevent the dam from bursting.

  32. Anonymous10:08 PM

    All across America, Klan and neo-Nazi groups are not only flourishing—they’re joining forces.

    Let these photographs serve as proof that we are far from the postracial ideal that many Americans have been clinging to. And let them remind us not to be fooled: The spread of white supremacy is not confined to the South, to states like Texas, Georgia, and Tennessee­—it extends deep into the heartland, to Pennsylvania and Maryland and Ohio and Indiana. Hate groups exist all across the United States—coming soon, quite possibly, to a neighborhood near you.

  33. Anonymous10:27 PM

    SNL Trolls Spineless Republicans Who Won’t Stand Up to Trump in ‘The TBD Story’

  34. Anonymous11:32 PM

    SNL casts Kate McKinnon as Jeff Sessions as Forrest Gump. Naturally!

    For the first time in seemingly years, Saturday Night Live’s cold open didn’t feature Alec Baldwin as Donald Drumpf or Melissa McCarthy as Sean Spicer. It was, instead, an extended tribute to Forrest Gump, starring Kate McKinnon as embattled Attorney General Jeff Sessions.

    McKinnon long ago proved she can play essentially anyone in Washington, and her take on Sessions was somehow both a fun riff on the politician and Tom Hanks’s work as Forrest, which is, I suppose, what America was calling out for.

    There Are So Many Reasons Why This "Saturday Night Live" Skit Will Drive Drumpf Nuts

  35. Anonymous11:38 PM

  36. Anonymous4:24 AM

    In what possible way has Donald Trump earned the support of anyone? He is a bundle of nastiness through and through. He's afraid of being around the American people. Remember how President Obama loved to go out walking in Washington D.C. - to have lunch, to chat with locals, to shop? I don't think we'll ever see Donald Trump doing things like that. The food wouldn't be good enough, the people might insult him or give him some disease, and he'd never go shopping on his own. Can anyone imagine him going into a bookstore to buy a book or into a pet store to buy something for the new family dog?

    1. Anonymous7:36 PM

      But it's the republifucks' preferred sort of nastiness: racist,vulgar, misogynistic,homophobic, Islamaphobic and xenophobic.

  37. Anonymous5:03 AM

    Who are these 50 people 4 trump in 50 states? Are they plain ignorant or just plain stupid weak minded scientologist continuing the tax exempt con job on America? Time to end the scam don.

  38. Anonymous6:22 AM

    Sad. A candidate running to replace gop leaning politics should begin holding a rally near these assho.

  39. Was Sarah at the Trump rally in Alaska? Certainly she was THE featured speaker. Right???

    1. Anonymous7:37 PM

      What an question.

    2. Anonymous7:37 PM

      What an excellent question.

  40. Anonymous9:36 AM

    We are not in a campaign for US President right now. That's over. Trump won.


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