Joe Biden Takes Another Day Off

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Haven't heard anything from you about the liar in chief refusing to agree to a peaceful transition if he loses the election.
 

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How do you envision him operating as President past-Jan. 2021.

You think he just is going to stay in the White House and pass executive orders? He can run his mouth all he wants, but this isn't Nicaragua.

So what is going to happen if he refuses to leave and says he won't relinquish authority? In real life, I mean. The law enforcement agencies just going to say, "okay. Sounds good."
 
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So what is going to happen if he refuses to leave and says he won't relinquish authority? In real life, I mean. The law enforcement agencies just going to say, "okay. Sounds good."
In theory, the courts would rule he has to go and the US Marshals Service would escort his ass out. Of course, this would become a problem if the Secret Service or military disagreed. Do you have a constitutional crisis, or an exchange of gunfire like a third world shithole?

Moron, he is playing the press and playing you.
kind of weird, that these guys that claim to be so damn smart, guys like rifle and greed, aren't intelligent enough to know they're getting trolled daily by a guy that's 3x smarter than both of them combined.
It is a very dangerous thing to say and should not be said in a joking or trolling manner. It only takes a very small number of adherents to cause such a situation to happen, and the entire reason we have democracy and lawful transfer of power is because human nature is greedy and power hungry. History has proven periods of strong partisanship but weak parties are dangerous*, and we are very much on the cusp of such a situation (in 2016, only 58% of American voters bothered to do so, and a large number did so while holding their noses at the stench of the choices). The fact you two are not smart enough to get why this is dangerous talk is proof you are not the kind of men the Founders envisioned voting.
 
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In theory, the courts would rule he has to go and the US Marshals Service would escort his ass out. Of course, this would become a problem if the Secret Service or military disagreed. Do you have a constitutional crisis, or an exchange of gunfire like a third world shithole?




It is a very dangerous thing to say and should not be said in a joking or trolling manner. It only takes a very small number of adherents to cause such a situation to happen, and the entire reason we have democracy and lawful transfer of power is because human nature is greedy and power hungry. History has proven periods of strong partisanship but weak parties are dangerous*, and we are very much on the cusp of such a situation (in 2016, only 58% of American voters bothered to do so, and a large number did so while holding their noses at the stench of the choices). The fact you two are not smart enough to get why this is dangerous talk is proof you are not the kind of men the Founders envisioned voting.
Oh crap. He basically said let's see what happens, it could end up in the courts.

It is going to end up in the courts one way or another.

NC Lt governor has already asked Barr to step in because the Democrats led by the Democrat governor are taking over the board of elections and somehow on week one, 10,000 mail in ballots were sent in. An abnormally high number
 

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how the hell is the guy going to stay up for the debates . . . wait, he'll likely have the rona at that point and won't be able to participate.
 
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how the hell is the guy going to stay up for the debates . . . wait, he'll likely have the rona at that point and won't be able to participate.

Trump will have him sitting in his own pool of urine (same way Greed ends up after his mid-morning med pass with applesauce).
 

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How fvcking hard is it to say "of course if I lose there will be a peaceful transfer of power, that's a stupid question."

The fact is you and his minions would welcome the brownshirts as long as you agreed with them.
because the democrats are not going to accept the results if close either

the only way it will be solved if one side wins overwhelmingly

regardless he is playing the press and getting a reaction
 
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In court, sure. But the Constitution and law are both clear what happens and WHEN, either way.

I'll stress it again: there are things you do not play about. This ain't no fvcking game.
Look, we all know the Democrats are cheating. It is going on. That is the whole mail in game. They are cheating like Hell in broad daylight.

The best thing is for Trump to win convincingly anyway.
 

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In court, sure. But the Constitution and law are both clear what happens and WHEN, either way.

I'll stress it again: there are things you do not play about. This ain't no fvcking game.
judas priest, you're like a record that went dead for 4 years then just started working again. same shit we heard in 2016: "wahhhhh, trump won't accept the results, wahhhhh." mentally deranged assholes went on to cry about the results for the last 4 years and here we are again. same song, same dance.
 
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I remember you echoing equal concern when I posted this:

https://www.google.com/amp/s/www.po...lary-clinton-joe-biden-election-advice-401641

Wait. No I don't. Probably because you didn't.
I didn't see it. Pardon me, pecker breath.

Since you want my thoughts: I can not think of many scenarios in which either candidate should declare victory or concede on election night this year. This is because PA and WI do not allow the processing of absentee/mail/whatever ballots until election day. Results are going to take a little extra time. I have mentioned this here before...looks like you missed something too 🤨

What this has to do with the legal transfer of power on 1/20 at noon is not clear. One issue in Bush v Gore was deadlines written in law. Obviously, all deadlines concerning the election are hit long before 1/20 at noon and thus any recommendation to not concede on election night, or even shortly thereafter, is moot in the discussion of a term ending at the date and time declared in the 20th Amendment.
 

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I didn't see it. Pardon me, pecker breath.

Since you want my thoughts: I can not think of many scenarios in which either candidate should declare victory or concede on election night this year. This is because PA and WI do not allow the processing of absentee/mail/whatever ballots until election day. Results are going to take a little extra time. I have mentioned this here before...looks like you missed something too 🤨

What this has to do with the legal transfer of power on 1/20 at noon is not clear. One issue in Bush v Gore was deadlines written in law. Obviously, all deadlines concerning the election are hit long before 1/20 at noon and thus any recommendation to not concede on election night, or even shortly thereafter, is moot in the discussion of a term ending at the date and time declared in the 20th Amendment.
looks like PA is already processing trump votes . . . in the trash.
 

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judas priest, you're like a record that went dead for 4 years
I would suggest you find and read a book on the election of 1800. There was public debate if we could actually pull off a transfer of power if John Adams lost...and then of course the election turned into a clusterfvck for a while.

I don't care if anyone in particular personally accepts an election result, but at the end of the term you either GTFO or get sworn in for a second. It's really the only thin little thing that keeps us from being a dictatorship. I take this seriously, as if we were to descend into a non-democratic state I am going to have to kill some motherfvckers and maybe get myself killed too....and I hope you and others would be on the right side laying down some lead. Sic semper tyrannis!
 

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I clicked your link and got "Page not found/DOJ"

Seriously man.
 

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@WV-FAN, btw it now says seven for Trump.

So we have nine ballots accidently fvcked in a county that went for Trump 58%. Sounds like a grand Dem conspiracy there.

But speaking of Pennsylvania, here's some Trump fvckery being discussed:

In Pennsylvania, three Republican leaders told me they had already discussed the direct appointment of electors among themselves, and one said he had discussed it with Trump’s national campaign.

“I’ve mentioned it to them, and I hope they’re thinking about it too,” Lawrence Tabas, the Pennsylvania Republican Party’s chairman, told me. “I just don’t think this is the right time for me to be discussing those strategies and approaches, but [direct appointment of electors] is one of the options.


link to fvckery
 

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