PDT live at CPAC

Better than you can imagine. Watch it through. PDT starts 54 minutes in.

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32 Responses to PDT live at CPAC

  1. m0nty says:

    Are you lot tired of winning yet? LOL.

  2. Herodotus says:

    Monty’s favourite city: Rake-javik.

  3. publius says:

    horrific hiring decisions, sucking up to ryan and mcconnell and co., his daughter and son-in-laws utter lack of any maga instincts coupled with world class grifting talents.. etc etc…is why he lost the white middle class vote and suburbs. ..is why he lost the election.
    unless he changes pretty much everything he did in office, he won’t be winning again.
    and it’s best for us that he not run in 2024. there’s plenty of good talent with real backbone and steel ready to step up.

  4. Baa Humbug says:

    he lost the white middle class vote and suburbs. ..is why he lost the election.
    unless he changes pretty much everything he did in office, he won’t be winning again.

    Now you need to explain why the man got more votes than any other incumbent in history, more votes than any other republican in history and why he increased his 2016 vote by 20%.
    You also need to explain how he increased his vote in every major deep blue urban city except just the 5 that shut down voting by midnight and magically crushed the Trump vote by 8am.
    You also have to explain how he increased the total numbers of counties he won.

    You really are a dill.

  5. Ubique says:

    You really are a dill.

    +100.

  6. Cui Bono says:

    Anyone but Trump. Sick of his overweening self regard, lousy need for personal loyalty uber alles. They should try DeSantis, Noem, Grenell, Pompeo, even Cruz.
    US needs competence not nepotism.

  7. Vicki says:

    Pompeii is the man.

  8. Andrew says:

    Still got your poms poms and goo-gaa. There is not much left to your intellect or integrity. May as well drop the pants now. Your children have already disowned you

  9. Vicki says:

    Typing without glasses – Pompeio. Maybe exCIA, but has the right stuff. One of the few not sacked by the boss.

  10. Professor Fred Lenin says:

    Four more years of fear and paranoia for the geriatricpolliremuppets of both parties, good move that more sleeples nights for them ,not through their consciences ,they dont have those ,no fear of loss of consquence ,power and the bribe money , geriatrics dont sleep well as a rule but this fear will make that worse .
    The decromat machine will be getting squillions from the Wall streetcriminals torig the midterms and 2p24 elections with their communist mates at dominion .
    Dothey still havea wall in Wall street be handy to put the hedgefunders against when the Real American Insurgents wreak their revenge on the aparat . I always favour wooden walls for firing squads ,stops ricochets from hurting the decent audiece members .

  11. 1735099 says:

    Loved Dettol Donny’s owl impressions (whoooooo) at the end of his speech.

  12. duncanm says:

    typical ABC radio news just now:

    “..Trump repeated his false claims of electoral fraud..”

    how about “disputed claims “, or just “claims”.

    They have never been tested in court, nor proven false.

  13. Justinian the Great says:

    Well we certainly know he is going to double down on the election was stolen rhetoric. He also very much sounded as he intended to run again at the end. I’m not convinced doubling down on “winning the election” is smart politics (other to shame State legislators into enacting electoral reform) but it will certainly generate a lot of media headlines (i.e. condemnation) and keep his base energised which seems the main goal of this speech. Trump seems to be setting himself up as a quasi Opposition Leader to the sitting President which is in itself fascinating because it undermines the advantage of incumbency and establishes a new political dynamic in the US system. By portraying himself as a quasi leader in exile he is keeping his 75m followers / voters engaged with a clear intent of controlling Republican Party nominations and donations. Based on this speech he will undoubtedly have to start up his own social media company because he will remain banned on all the rest, even leaving aside his threats to break them up in future. One thing is for sure the Republican Party will never be the same again. Trump is a force of nature, will not retire and retreat from the limelight, and many of the party’s RINO’s are in the firing line if Trump gets his way. US politics just got a whole lot messier.

  14. Rorschach says:

    Trump seems to be setting himself up as a quasi Opposition Leader to the sitting President which is in itself fascinating because it undermines the advantage of incumbency and establishes a new political dynamic in the US system.

    This was one of the reasons the founding fathers went with the republic rather than a democracy. In the original interpretation of the constitution, with a view to ensuring unity, the losing presidential candidate was to become the VP.

    https://www.senate.gov/artandhistory/history/minute/The_Senate_Elects_A_Vice_President.htm

  15. Rorschach says:

    And I am not sure having an “Opposition leader” in the US is a good thing. As you can see in any Westminster parliament, 90% of the time is spent fielding relatively useless, point scoring, media sucking up questions that really do nothing for the betterment and improvement of society / polity.

  16. Luke73 says:

    They have never been tested in court, nor proven false.

    This statement is simply incorrect.

    There were cases where judges did not consider the merits of the Trump campaign’s arguments. Specifically, the US Supreme Court, and also one from the Wisconsin Supreme Court.

    Otherwise, even when the campaign’s lawsuits were rejected for technical reasons – such as a lack of standing, or the laches doctrine, judges went out of their way to address the merits of the arguments as well.

    On multiple occasions, Mr Trump’s lawyers were given the opportunity to present their much-hyped evidence in court, and mostly they failed to take that opportunity, when they did offer purported evidence of fraud, such as in Nevada and Michigan, judges invariably found it unconvincing.

  17. Damon says:

    “..Trump repeated his false claims of electoral fraud..”
    Their ABC is slipping. It’s usually ‘unverified’ claims of electoral fraud.

  18. Baa Humbug says:

    Rorschach says:
    March 1, 2021 at 4:12 pm

    And I am not sure having an “Opposition leader” in the US is a good thing. As you can see in any Westminster parliament, 90% of the time is spent fielding relatively useless, point scoring, media sucking up questions that really do nothing for the betterment and improvement of society / polity.

    Both have their good and bad.
    In the US, reps and senators don’t get to question each other at all. Questioning only comes from journos and we learned how that pans out during the 8 years of The Kenyan and 4 of The Donald. When the journos won’t do their job who will if not the opposition?

    At least that 90% you speak of is only for the 1 hour at 2pm on Mon to Thur.

  19. Jonesy says:

    DeSantis was on Lavin this arvo our time. Now, this guy is the real deal for 2024.

  20. Publius says:

    humbug….hows this for being a dill.

    x supports y being impeached.
    y (today) comes out and says they will back x in the primary.
    z says that y is thick as 2 planks.

    jane timken is x.
    z is coaine mitch.
    which small handed dill is y??

  21. Catfeesh? says:

    Who cares?

    But you’re still a dickhead.

  22. rich says:

    They should try DeSantis, Noem, Grenell, Pompeo, even Cruz.
    US needs competence not nepotism.

    “Please vote for swamp creatures! Only they can save the swamp!”

  23. Tiny Dancer says:

    m0ron, LOL, how about you answer the question fat head: when’s Julia rightfully ascending her throne?

  24. Joanna Smythe says:

    The Swamp the Democrats and Hollywood have been involved in some sickening things and when these eventually come out, the Election Fraud is going to be the least of their worries.

  25. Bar Beach Swimmer says:

    Justinian the Great says:
    March 1, 2021 at 3:53 pm.. One thing is for sure the Republican Party will never be the same again. Trump is a force of nature, will not retire and retreat from the limelight, and many of the party’s RINO’s are in the firing line if Trump gets his way. US politics just got a whole lot messier.

    Great, isn’t it!

    & btw, loved his speech!

  26. egg_ says:

    They should try DeSantis, Noem, Grenell, Pompeo, even Cruz.

    In court?

  27. Baa Humbug says:

    Publius says:
    March 1, 2021 at 6:20 pm

    humbug….hows this for being a dill.

    x supports y being impeached.
    y (today) comes out and says they will back x in the primary.
    z says that y is thick as 2 planks.

    jane timken is x.
    z is coaine mitch.
    which small handed dill is y??

    Da fug you talking about you dill?
    Jane Timkin didn’t support impeachment. In fact, she called on an Ohio rep (Gonzales) to resign for calling on impeachment.
    Here, get some facts you dill.

    https://www.foxnews.com/politics/jane-timken-gonzalez-resign-impeachment-vote

    FMD. make shit up, then say “see I was right.”
    Now fug off.

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