Binned Lizzy

Liz Cheney is a bitter, horrible human being. I watched her yesterday and realized how bad she is for the Republican Party. She has no personality or anything good having to do with politics or our Country. She is a talking point for Democrats, whether that means the Border, the gas lines, inflation, or destroying our economy. She is a warmonger whose family stupidly pushed us into the never-ending Middle East Disaster, draining our wealth and depleting our Great Military, the worst decision in our Country’s history. I look forward to soon watching her as a Paid Contributor on CNN or MSDNC!”

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85 Responses to Binned Lizzy

  1. mh says:

    The Australian was hot for Cheney this week.
    They are a joke.
    Leak has a good cartoon, though.
    But I’ll leave that for Tom.

  2. Howard Hill says:

    You gotta love him, straight to the jugular 🙂
    And yes, just as he implied, she’s a piece of shit, not unlike the garbage ruining and trying to ruin this country.

  3. Rorschach says:

    With a bit of luck the rest of the uni party RINOS and DeceptiCons will be identified and go the same way. Trump derangement syndrome is a pretty powerful condition.

  4. Howard Hill says:

    She now vows to make sure Trump never gets into power.
    Hahaha. A bitch with no followers is just a kunt on a walk 🙂

  5. Crossie says:

    One down, a hundred to go before the Republican Party in Congress even remotely reflect their voters.

  6. miltonf says:

    The Australian was hot for Cheney this week.

    Is that right? The meja really are below despicable. Sheridan looking for another war he can lecture us on?

  7. miltonf says:

    I still remember hearing Murdoch on the Alan Jones show saying what a great job the US was doing in Iraq.

  8. Bruce of Newcastle says:

    She’s being primaried by a whole bunch of hopeful Republican candidates too. I think they think she’s a goner and a safe seat is up for grabs. It’ll be fun to see who of them all Trump endorses – which is what won the Texas lady her pole position in a primary for a House seat a couple weeks ago.

    Liz Cheney faces new challenger for House seat amid growing GOP backlash (10 May)

    House Republican Conference Chair Liz Cheney (R-Wyo.) is facing a fourth GOP primary challenger, with Denton Knapp, a retired US Army colonel who is currently based in California, becoming the latest to announce his candidacy.

  9. Cassie of Sydney says:

    “mh says:
    May 13, 2021 at 1:37 am
    The Australian was hot for Cheney this week.
    They are a joke.
    Leak has a good cartoon, though.
    But I’ll leave that for Tom.”

    I’ve noticed that too. I can read the Oz at work…..and I was only thinking, whilst reading a gaslighting piece about Cheney yesterday or the day before, that thank God I no longer pay money for this garbage.

  10. Cassie of Sydney says:

    Next….Romney.

  11. Scott Osmond says:

    Cassie, from your lips to god’s ears. What I’ve found disturbing is the numbers of people who turn out to have had contacts with Epstein. Raises questions as to how hard he actually worked to lose the 2012 election. His reception at a party gathering, was it only last week? showed how toxic he is with the base. Before the Republicans can save America they first need to save themselves from the infiltrators, the neoclowns and the “house” conservatives who go along to get along. As someone on another blog said the “nice” conservative will thank the uniformed thugs for their service even as they are loaded on to the boxcars.

  12. miltonf says:

    The left/war machine/RINOs play word games too. How could any sane person call Max Boot, Jennifer Rubin and Bill Kristol conservatives?

  13. H B Bear says:

    US Pony Girl?

  14. bespoke says:

    Winning

  15. Xenophon says:

    Trump just keeps on wrecking.

  16. thefrollickingmole says:

    ABCcess reports, you decide…
    https://www.abc.net.au/news/2021-05-12/liz-cheney-ejected-from-republican-party/100135680
    Ms Cheney, who boasts sterling conservative credentials

  17. miltonf says:

    thank God I no longer pay money for this garbage.

    Who needs to be lectured by geriatric cretins or old turds as Rabz called them?

  18. Scott Osmond says:

    Ah yes, those sterling conservative credentials. Like always shooting right and never left and excepting the left’s redefinition of words and using their talking points as gospel.

  19. Primer says:

    Their ABC never mentions the dreaded Trump word without adding a note about his “false claims of election fraud”. The States where hundreds of thousands more votes were cast than there were registered voters doesn’t concern them a bit. “Fortifying” the ballot is god’s work.

  20. Terry Pedersen says:

    Lol. The Republicans are eating their own. They will lose control of both Houses of Congress at the 2022 mid-term elections.

  21. Dan4eva says:

    Nice trolling Terry but unfortunately for you they already don’t control both houses.

  22. candy says:

    She is philosophically much more aligned with promoting wars and closing pipelines/Green policies apparently.

    Okay if that’s what you believe in, but it is more honest to be in the party that supports those policies, and not the one that is against those policies. She might be happier in due course and be with the people she prefers, the Dems.

  23. Viva says:

    The Australian was hot for Cheney this week.

    Outrageously the paper continues to refer to Trump’s “false” claim about the US election instead of simply reporting it as his “claim”.

  24. Terry Pedersen says:

    50:50 with Vice President Harris needed to break any deadlocks is not really control. After the 2022 mid-terms the Republicans will have less than 50 Senators, and the Dems will have a true majority.

    But you know that’s what I meant. You’re probably resigned to it happening. With the factional infighting in the GOP, the Dems may even be able to achieve the two-thirds majority votes when needed. Gee Whillikers, that will be something, hey?

  25. miltonf says:

    Don’t buy newspapers. The 0nly thing you can believe in the paper is the price on the front cover.

  26. Roger says:

    They will lose control of both Houses of Congress at the 2022 mid-term elections.

    Er…Terry, by virtue of Kamala Harris’s deciding vote the Democrats effectively control the Senate already.

  27. Cassie of Sydney says:

    “They will lose control of both Houses of Congress at the 2022 mid-term elections.”

    Scab forgets that the GOP doesn’t have control of either house….they lost the House in 2018 and the senate is split with Harris casting the vote which means the Democrats have control of the senate.

  28. Gavin R Putland says:

    Lizzie’s faults, however numerous and serious they may be, are not the reason why she was binned. She was binned for refusing to propagate the Dolchstoßlegende.

  29. Cassie of Sydney says:

    Scab quickly backtracks…..Harris will cast the deciding vote…giving the Democrats control of the senate…however it will be interesting to see what Joe Manchin does.

    And as for Scab’s statement “After the 2022 mid-terms the Republicans will have less than 50 Senators, and the Dems will have a true majority.”….I doubt that very much however it might happen…if the Democrats get their way and they push through statehood for DC and Puerto Rico.

  30. Luke73 says:

    Ah yes, those sterling conservative credentials. Like always shooting right and never left

    Liz Cheney’s voting record is hardcore big C Conservative, she voted with Trump 95% of the time. The only thing she has “shot right” on is saying that Trump lost the election fair and square, which is pretty much like saying water is wet or gravity exists in the reality based world most people inhabit.

    Cheney’s crime was to repeatedly and forcefully speak up in defence of Democracy since the Jan 6 Capitol assault, and thereby hurt the big guys fee fees about his loss… that cannot be allowed in today’s Trump beholden GQP.

  31. Petros says:

    Trump wisely pre-empts her being feted by the globalist media. Bingo. Got to hand it to him for knowing his enemies.

  32. Bruce of Newcastle says:

    Luke – She voted to impeach Trump. Her own party’s President, and on the basis of fake news which WaPo had to correct.

  33. kraka says:

    don’t bother yourselves quoting facts to the leftist TDS sufferers on this site-it’s like trying to explain Algebra to a 2 year old, except the 2 yr old will eventually understand you.

  34. Infidel Tiger says:

    Unfortunately she has been replaced by someone just as bad.

    Stefanik is a dripping wet liberal New Yorker.

  35. calli says:

    Jan 6 Capitol assault

    🤡🌎

  36. Terry Pedersen says:

    Jan 6 Capitol assault

    Jawohl. Not quite the sacking of Winterfell, so assault is apt.

  37. Primer says:

    Stef’s a NYer, so by definition her mateys are at least diluted marxists.
    However she gets an A+ rating from NRA, defended The Don in public from the last impeachment scam, many Republicans wouldn’t touch it, and she knows she’s there because of Don’s endorsement. Her border Wall problems seem mostly about how it’s funded. She’s an improvement on K Street Liz and has demonstrated Don’s power to hire and fire.

  38. Kneel says:

    “Lol. The Republicans are eating their own. They will lose control of both Houses of Congress at the 2022 mid-term elections.”

    Biggest complaint of GoP supporters is that they don’t undo Dem crap legislation.
    With the RINO’s gone, that may change.

  39. egg_ says:

    bespoke says:
    May 13, 2021 at 7:47 am
    Winning

    Beat me to it.

  40. Mother Lode says:

    Jan 6 Capitol assault

    Wasn’t it a genocide?

  41. Morsie says:

    She will probably get a Senate nomination

  42. egg_ says:

    Jan 6 Capitol assault

    Jawohl. Not quite the sacking of Winterfell, so assault is apt.

    Shame about all those exonerating videos circulating?

    Plebs would have more footage than the meeja.

  43. dover_beach says:

    They will lose control of both Houses of Congress at the 2022 mid-term elections.

    You really have no idea.

  44. Ubique says:

    President Donald Trump said we would get tired of winning. It’s the one thing he was wrong about.

  45. Terry says:

    Terry Pedersen says:
    May 13, 2021 at 9:58 am
    ’50:50 with Vice President Harris needed to break any deadlocks is not really control.’

    Um, yeah. It is, quite literally, “control” (really!).

    You monumental dumbarse.

  46. calli says:

    Wasn’t it a genocide?

    In the realm of historic insurrections it was more like this.

  47. Primer says:

    Nice summary…

    http://www.breitbart.com/politics/2021/05/12/republicans-rejoice-liz-cheneys-leadership-ouster-na-na-na-hey-hey-goodbye/

    The end of the Bush Cheney McCain Republican compliance? Don’t forget the wooden stake, Don.

  48. Baa Humbug says:

    Terry Pedersen says:
    May 13, 2021 at 9:58 am
    ’50:50 with Vice President Harris needed to break any deadlocks is not really control.’

    You obviously have no idea how the system works, so why do you crap on about it?
    Dems chair every committee. Dems decide what gets a look in and what doesn’t. Dems set the calendar. In every possible way, this is called cont-fucking-rol.

  49. Boambee John says:

    The 0nly thing you can believe in the paper is the price on the front cover.

    Amen!

  50. Boambee John says:

    calli says:
    May 13, 2021 at 10:36 am
    Jan 6 Capitol assault

    We have gone from the first unarmed insurrection ever, to an unarmed assault?

  51. Richard says:

    Terry Pedersen says:
    May 13, 2021 at 9:29 am
    Lol. The Republicans are eating their own. They will lose control of both Houses of Congress at the 2022 mid-term elections.

    You sound sure of yourself. How about putting some odds out there for this eventuality. I need some of this action! May I suggest that we use the medium of yen or gold, because the way Biden/Scomo are spending, neither the US$ or AUD will hold any value by then.

  52. Richard says:

    Terry Pedersen says:
    May 13, 2021 at 9:29 am
    Lol. The Republicans are eating their own. They will lose control of both Houses of Congress at the 2022 mid-term elections.

    So just to be clear, the bet is that the Dems will retain control in the Senate and Congress after the 2022 mid-term elections? What are the odds Terry?

  53. Richard says:

    Terry Pedersen says:
    May 13, 2021 at 9:29 am
    Lol. The Republicans are eating their own. They will lose control of both Houses of Congress at the 2022 mid-term elections.

    My bet? 108525 JPY that the Dems won’t retain control in both the Senate and Congress after the 2022 mid-term elections.

  54. Kneel says:

    “After the 2022 mid-terms the Republicans will have less than 50 Senators, and the Dems will have a true majority.”

    There is the filibuster, which means that for other than budget reconciliation (bi-partisan approved) and appointing judges (which Dems rammed through, then complained about when DJT appointed a shed load of them), you need 60 votes in the senate to pass legislation. Dems are keen to get rid of it, including Biden, who when he was a senator and Repubs had the house, thought was a good idea. It’s only now that it doesn’t suit his agenda that it is “racist” or whatever.

    Also interesting that the Dems have about 6 senators that are quite old, any of whom could (God forbid) have a heart attack or otherwise become sick or even die before 2022 elections, meaning no majority at all, for at least a few weeks or even months.

    But regardless, given Biden’s failure to rein in the BLM and Antifa riots, the southern border disaster (even higher record for April, beating the then record setting March), the abysmal economy (esp. jobs – why work for $15/hour when you can get unemployment benefits equivalent to $16/hour?), inflation already spiking etc, and the Critical Race Theory crap, even traditional liberals (centre-left, typically D voters) may decide he is way worse than DJT could ever be, and he needs to be reined in with a hostile house and senate.

  55. Craig says:

    And with that kicking in the arse from our dear commentators, Terry shuts the fuck up and leaves with egg all over his face.

  56. Luke73 says:

    She voted to impeach Trump. Her own party’s President, and on the basis of fake news which WaPo had to correct.

    Cheney voted no on the first impeachment and yes on the second impeachment which was the charge of inciting what happened on Jan 6.

    What retraction did Wapo issue in regards to the events of Jan 6? (I am aware of a correction on the Afghanistan Russian bounties story, is this to what you are referring?)

    To all the people poo-pooing my use of the word “assault” to describe what happened in Washington DC on Jan 6, look up some of the interviews of on the ground Capitol cops like Michael Fannone who fought hand to hand for hours with the rioters that day. They certainly saw it that way.

    In regards to Cheney, I believe she is clearing herself a lane for a 2024 run at POTUS. I get this sounds ridiculous at the moment, but Cheney has extensive connections within the US National Security apparatus both through her father and her own political career. I think she is taking a bet on what is going to go down in Trump world in the next 12-18 months.

  57. Colonel Crispin Berka says:

    MSDNC

    For a second I thought bumbling Trump had covfefe’d into a new typing error.
    For a second I underestimated the Trumpster.
    MS+DNC. Noice noice.

  58. Terry Pedersen says:

    Jan 6 Capitol assault

    Wasn’t it a genocide?

    For Ashli Babbit? Yes, voluntary genocide.

  59. Terry Pedersen says:

    Terry shuts the fuck up and leaves

    Lol. As if.

  60. Joanna Smythe says:

    The Australian now is fully on board with the Democrats. You only have to look at the comments. The majority that are accepted now are pro Biden. If I send in a comment now in support of Trump or stating facts and not the spin that is being printed, I expect it to be rejected.

  61. Craig says:

    Yes Terry, do take the L, you look like a muppet with your continual presence on this piece today.

  62. Bruce says:

    @luke73:

    “who fought hand to hand for hours with the rioters that day”? Ever watched Black-belt level martial artists in competition sparring? It’s not exactly the “fish-slapping” dance. It also happens VERY quickly. Usually because the Referee calls a clear win or goes on points, but it is short and sharp.

    It’s been a while, but I was doing three to five one-hour Tae Kwon Do training sessions a week in my younger days.

    Ten minutes of unbroken sparring was a bit of a sweat-generator. An hour of general training in the Dojang left most students standing in sweat-drenched light cotton outfits. Inside an air-conditioned hall.

    Add body armour, the “Bat Belt” and a few spare Kilos for most cops and they would probably need medical attention after fifteen minutes of intense melee. That is one of the reasons they pack batons, Tasers and guns. Those three items are used after polite words and then stern words fail to achieve the desired result.

  63. m0nty says:

    Glad to see the Republican circular firing squad in full operation. Coalitions, pfft! The Freedom Caucus can rule on its own!

    You’re lucky that the Cheney faction is so pissweak that it won’t go third party.

  64. Rex Anger says:

    To all the people poo-pooing my use of the word “assault” to describe what happened in Washington DC on Jan 6, look up some of the interviews of on the ground Capitol cops like Michael Fannone who fought hand to hand for hours with the rioters that day. They certainly saw it that way.

    Leftwit propaganda only works on leftwits, Luke 1337.

    It is pleasing to see that this holds true in your case.

    I await the Hollywood treatment of this ambit of yours…

  65. Tintarella di Luna says:

    Jan 6 Capitol assault

    Wasn’t it a genocide?

    The worst since the Civl War wasn’t it?

  66. Bruce of Newcastle says:

    You’re lucky that the Cheney faction is so pissweak that it won’t go third party.

    It’d be excellent if they did! The whole lot of them would be cleaned out in the next election. It’d be epic.

    And M0nty don’t bother to say that the Democrats would then win because the Democrats are going to win by foul means anyway. They dare not lose the House or the Senate, not after the 2020 election rigging. The Maricopa stuff is so telling.

  67. Nighthawk the Elder says:

    Romney sanctioned, Cheney gone and next on the list is that RINO from Alaska, Murkowski.

  68. m0nty says:

    She might be happier in due course and be with the people she prefers, the Dems.

    They won’t have her.

    She is indeed a neocon warmonger, and it is great that everyone agrees now that such people have no constituency. They never did in the first place, it’s just that Iraq and previous conflicts were ginned up on false evidence and bogus theories to fool low-info voters. One of the few good things Trump has done is lift the veil on the neoconservative con.

    Biden has essentially put foreign policy on hold until he rolls out his domestic agenda – his administration has done the bare minimum so far which in many areas is nothing. This has ticked off the left, but it’s the correct move because there’s no telling how long his 50+1 Senate hold will last, he’s one sudden death away from a similar fate to Obama’s first term when Kennedy (D) died within months and was replaced by Brown (R) to ruin his filibuster-proof majority. He will always have time to turn his attention to foreign policy after he’s done with more pressing matters at home, and I reckon when he does so he’ll disappoint the Cheneys by also repudiating their neocon ideology.

  69. luke73 says:

    who fought hand to hand for hours with the rioters that day”? Ever watched Black-belt level martial artists in competition sparring? It’s not exactly the “fish-slapping” dance. It also happens VERY quickly. Usually because the Referee calls a clear win or goes on points, but it is short and sharp.

    The cops are trained to cycle the front line in these situations much like the Roman legions did or Viking age shieldwall combat, obviously no-one can fight vigorous hand to hand combat for more then 5-10 minutes at a time no matter how fit.

    Leftwit propaganda only works on leftwits, Luke 1337.

    Your ability to deny reality is impressive Rex, even in the face of tonnes of photos and video of what happened on Jan 6.. it’s times like these I wish CF allowed the upload of images, I will have to settle with a couple of links.

    https://www.wusa9.com/article/features/producers-picks/dc-police-officer-describes-fighting-for-his-life-as-rioters-dragged-him/65-5405dfde-6c19-4c99-9160-e8a3d4173987

    https://apnews.com/article/docs-expose-depth-january-6-capitol-siege-chaos-fd3204574c11e453be8fb4e3c81258c3

  70. luke73 says:

    I reckon when he does so he’ll disappoint the Cheneys by also repudiating their neocon ideology.

    He already has sent up a big smoke signal on this by announcing the Afghanistan pull out, Cheney and Elise Stefanik (!!) co-signed a bill condemning the withdrawal.

  71. Rex Anger says:

    Leftwit propaganda only works on leftwits, Luke 1337.

    Your ability to deny reality is impressive Rex, even in the face of tonnes of photos and video of what happened on Jan 6..

    So, why are they all of the same tiny little knot of violent people, Luke 1337?

    And where are all your pics of the peaceful rally that happened over a mile away while your little Reichstag fire was happening. And why is it all being obscured.

    Who truly is the puppet here?

    I don’t like the taste of Koolaid much…

    #Infiltrator

  72. luke73 says:

    But regardless, given Biden’s failure to rein in the BLM and Antifa riots

    How could Biden have stopped this, Trump was POTUS in 2020? Or are you implying BLM and Antifa are like a wing of the Democratic party that Biden somehow controls?

  73. luke73 says:

    So, why are they all of the same tiny little knot of violent people, Luke 1337?

    Ahhh so it was the secret Soros funded Anteefas that caused all the trouble to make MAGA look bad? I guess they set up the gallows out the front of Congress and sent up the “Hang Mike Pence” chants too?

    Your tinfoil hat is showing Rex.

  74. Rex Anger says:

    How could Biden have stopped this, Trump was POTUS in 2020? Or are you implying BLM and Antifa are like a wing of the Democratic party that Biden somehow controls?

    And the truth is out…

    You need to watch out with that defence by sarcasm fallacy, Luke1337.You may choose to be wilfully blind because ideology, but even mere normies are onto people like you now.

    Sleepy Joe is as much a puppet as the Black-clad hordes of ‘collaboratively planned’ and ‘independent’ Marxist street militias that call themselves Antifascists (with their curiously convenient pre-placed pallets of bricks and Molotov Cocktail makings). And the predominantly white college grads who make up the brick-flingers of Buy Larger Mansions.

    All exactly as seen here, no less: https://catallaxyfiles.com/2021/04/18/people-of-collar/

    Then we see: https://www.nydailynews.com/news/politics/new-york-elections-government/ny-pelosi-defends-maxine-waters-protesters-derek-chauvin-20210419-3xmspcigvnddlpgf6fsrgyabku-story.html

  75. Rex Anger says:

    Your tinfoil hat is showing Rex.

    Oops. I’ve upset the leftist.

    Oh noes! Now I will be cancelled!

    Please forgive me for blowing your usefully idiotic conceits as wide open as every media source but those your programmers give you has been…

  76. Rex Anger says:

    Ahhh so it was the secret Soros funded Anteefas that caused all the trouble to make MAGA look bad? I guess they set up the gallows out the front of Congress and sent up the “Hang Mike Pence” chants too?

    Sarcasm doesn’t hide truth, Luke1337.

    Did you see your behaviour called out elsewhere yet?

    Because you’re more obtuse and wilfully blind than Struth mid-wrongology, I’ll put it up again:

    https://pushingrubberdownhill.com/2021/05/01/infiltrators/

  77. luke73 says:

    One more example that popped up on my radar this week. A thread on Catallaxy Files on American political history. The commenters at Catallaxy are in general more astute than your average internet crowd, (although there are a fair number of mental cripples that inhabit the place). To this end they spotted the infiltrator very quickly, a guy with the handle of Luke73. When there was nowhere left to hide he left this comment:

    “I must get back to Antifa/Soros pay department in regards to those cheques not going in, thanks for reminding me.”

    This attempt at deflection via sarcasm merely confirms who is paying him. There is a lot of money in this currency devalued world to throw around at university hacks who can’t land a job. Up until a short time ago I didn’t give this idea much credibility because I was making the mistake of projecting my own reality onto that of our opponents. The reality is that there are thousands of them out there, and when one handle is exposed then they simply come back with a new identity. To that end, I suppose that outing one of the infiltrators on my site is unwise; better the devil you know and all that. But in the interests of my broader readership, I thought that using him for educational purposes was more beneficial.

    Cool the link works today, I must say I’m sort of honoured that this fellow was so triggered by my posts that he thought someone would bother paying me for them. Sinc has my email including my full name and workplace so I’m hoping he has a read of this thread and gets a good laugh…you should get checked out about your paranoia Rex, its not healthy.

    Sleepy Joe is as much a puppet as the Black-clad hordes of ‘collaboratively planned’ and ‘independent’ Marxist street militias that call themselves Antifascists

    If you think anyone on the far left give a flying fuck about what a mainstream “corporate” Democrat has to say about them or that they would listen to them at all then you don’t understand your enemy very well. It’s as ridiculous as saying the GOP controls the III per centers or Proud Boys or Oathkeepers or… (oh hang on, maybe you’re onto something!).

  78. Rex Anger says:

    It’s as ridiculous as saying the GOP controls the III per centers or Proud Boys or Oathkeepers or… (oh hang on, maybe you’re onto something!).

    Sorry spacktard, butnthat meme is already out there, and discreditable as every other lie you posted in the name ofnthe Narrative.

    Now run along, Luke1337. There’s a non-SJW to cancel somewhere…

  79. Rex Anger says:

    …you should get checked out about your paranoia Rex, its not healthy.

    Poor Luke1337. Resorting to petty ad homs this early?

  80. Lee says:

    Ahhh so it was the secret Soros funded Anteefas that caused all the trouble to make MAGA look bad?

    Many a true word said in jest.

  81. Boambee John says:

    She is indeed a neocon warmonger,

    Then she will fit right into the modern DemonRat Party.

  82. Boambee John says:

    He already has sent up a big smoke signal on this by announcing the Afghanistan pull out

    Delayed some months after Trump’s required withdrawal date.

  83. Boambee John says:

    How could Biden have stopped this, Trump was POTUS in 2020? Or are you implying BLM and Antifa are like a wing of the Democratic party that Biden somehow controls?

    Yes.

  84. Rex Anger says:

    Or are you implying BLM and Antifa are like a wing of the Democratic party that Biden somehow controls?

    I found it amusimg that Luke1337 immediately jumped to the “hurhurhur, derpy rightists think Georgy Sore-Arse rules der werld” meme.

    Stupid troll.

    Just because I said Joe Biden was a puppet does not mean that it is George pulling his strings. Let alone all by his manipulative Hungarian self.

    Plenty more rich and well-connected donors, influencers, Bureaucrats and Wall Street types out there who have their own little strings attached to the leadership of the Democratic National Congress and Committees, who pull the strings in turn of Joe, Nancy, Kamala, AOC, etc. And all the lesser Senators, Representatives, Mayors, Chiefs, Attorneys General and so forth. Right down to the fixers who pass the orders down to the Street Militias, provide for all their logistics (including, bit not limited to Interstate flights and bail money, etc.) and ensure that all Civil Authorities are made to turn a blind eye to their violence.

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