In defense of Sen. Ben Sasse

Erick Erickson reminds RITOs* that politics is a game of addition, not subtraction:

U.S. Sen. Ben Sasse, an unabashed pro-life conservative, won Omaha and Donald Trump did not.

The Republican Party isn’t going to win much without Donald Trump’s voters. It also isn’t going to win much without people like Ben Sasse.

Ben Sasse won every county in Nebraska, getting 26,661 more votes than Donald Trump. Donald Trump lost both the Lincoln and Omaha areas — Sasse won them.The sooner the two sides can figure out a way to coexist inside the GOP, the better off America will be because God help us if we can’t take back Congress in two years.

Ben Sasse to the Republican party of Nebraska

“Personality cults aren’t conservative. Conspiracy theories aren’t conservative. Lying that an election has been stolen is not conservative.

Acting like politics is a religion isn’t conservative …. I still believe as you used to that politics isn’t about the weird worship of one dude. The party could purge Trump skeptics but I’d like to convince you that not only is that a civic cancer for the nation — it’s just terrible  for our party. “

And, for that matter, Liz Cheney. The party voted 145-61 to retain the congresswoman as Republican whip despite her vote to impeach Trump. The essential Kimberley Strassel writes:

It was [a] party sending a message that it remains a big tent and isn’t going to grant or revoke membership purely on fealty to one politician, Donald Trump. Just as important, it was the party stomping on the new Democratic and media strategy to cast the entire GOP as extremists and kooks.  

Add to that Marjorie Taylor Green’s recantation of the QAnon kookery infecting the party. The freshman legislator apologized to America at having been seduced into the Treason Pedophile etc. conspiracy and to state that those views “do not represent my district, and they do not represent my values.”

The Bottom Line goes to Ms. Strassel: “This came as a blow to Democrats, Lincoln Projectors and the [news] media, who’ve been building a campaign strategy around the claim that the GOP is the embodiment of violence and nutballs.” 

* RITOs — Republicans in Trump Only.

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54 Responses to In defense of Sen. Ben Sasse

  1. Balboa says:

    Again, Voted for Policies, not the man. Ben Sasse unfortunately is a weak politician that will want to go back to the big talk and do nothing party. I do not want the party to go back to the way it was I want it to continue fighting against shiny happy fascists that only care about a complete totalitarian agenda or shall I say equal misery for all agenda. The ministries of oceania are now at about 90 percent efficiency. Turn off, Tune Out, Be happy.

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    • David Blaska says:

      How is Ben Sasse “weak”? Because he didn’t throw Mike Pence under the bus? Because he did not try to overthrow an election? Because he confirmed Amy Coney Barrett and Kavanaugh as justices? Cut taxes and regulations? Voted to end Obamacare? Because he doesn’t believe Jeffrey Epstein is alive and blackmailing Chief Justice Roberts? What, man?! Specifics!

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      • old baldy says:

        Tough questions you ask, Dave. Getting a rational response utilizing facts will be a struggle for the trump cult members.

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      • madisonexpat says:

        Why did he not do that before Trump created the space for these accomplishments?

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        • David Blaska says:

          Trump would be like Gov. Tony Evers in Wisconsin, bereft of any accomplishments, if he did not have a Republican senate. Ben Sasse actually got more votes than Trump in his state.

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      • Balboa says:

        Triggered, ok boomer,
        Not sure what gibberish u were spouting about? Why are u talking about some character from welcome back cotter?

        Again Trump = awful human

        Ben sasse weak sauce senator. Goes along with fingers in the wind to go along to get elected again. His legacy is to come to washington poor and to leave wealthy like all the rest of them. His america first policies are what? He liked trumps policies against china, mexico, canada, europe when it suited him but now is silent when it comes to the china first president. Equal misery for all is upon us. Faux outrage and blame is here. Turn off , tune out , be happy.

        As a happy fascist once asked you, do you need a hug?

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    • Liberty says:

      Balboa, agreed.

      Conservatives who want to go back to the old GOP are in the minority.

      Kinzinger, and a few others are on the path to being primaried.

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  2. sentient7 says:

    Sasse’s commentary. IMO, it contained a lot of BS. Not everything, but a lot.

    Specifically, he claims to stand for the Constitution and the rule of law. Of course, he necessarily must ignore all the election ILLEGALITIES in several of the swing states. He ignores the illegal certification of election results. He ignores unconstitutional actions by local officials that affected election outcomes. Why does Sasse LIE about these illegal acts? Why does he deny their existence? Why is, and why has Sasse been blind to how the election was won? See https://time.com/5936036/secret-2020-election-campaign/

    I am not about to re-write the Navarro Reports that detail these problems–https://bannonswarroom.com/wp-content/uploads/2020/12/The-Immaculate-Deception-12.15.20-1.pdf and https://navarroreport.com

    Sasse, however, conveniently ignores them. In as much as Herr Blaska opposes the facts that call into question who REALLY won the 2020 election, I challenge him to write a column or two in which he proves to his audience how the information in the Navarro Reports are lies or inaccurate assertions.

    Ben Sasse would demand as much from one of his most admiring fans.

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    • David Blaska says:

      How was the certification of election results illegal? As for unconstitutional actions, who decides if not the courts? ALL of which ruled against the challenges! 60 court cases in multiple states, Republican-appointed and elected judges, many of them. Republican governors and election officials. Now let me ask you a question, Sentient7: Should Mike Pence be hanged for treason?

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  3. Gary L. Kriewald says:

    Even granting that politicians like Sasse embody the finest principles of conservatism, how exactly does he or any mainstream Republican propose to take back Congress and the White House from Democrats who time after time have shown themselves willing to use whatever means necessary to get power and keep it? And who are aided and abetted in increasingly shameless ways by the MSM? Obama’s third term has barely begun and already we see the kind of vicious purges they plan against anyone–especially Republicans–who stand in their way. I predict that before long, all the folks on the right who were tsk-tsking about the “insurgency” of Jan 6th will, at least in their heart of hearts, regret that it didn’t end with a few well chosen heads on pikes (some of us regret it already).

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    • David Blaska says:

      Well, we had a Republican Senate and House BEFORE Trump came in. With the trifecta, we accomplished many great conservative achievements. Four years of Trump and we lost the House, the Senate, and the Presidency. So, you tell me, Gary; how did we take Congress without Trump? We’re two years from retaking Congress if Q Anon doesn’t queer us. Add a good conservative President like Ben Sasse or Tom Cotton and we can do more good without Trump’s self-destructiveness. Is how.

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      • Liberty says:

        It’s not unusual for the party in power to lose seats during a mid-term. Look at how many seats Obama cost the Dems in the mid-terms.

        If anything, we gained Republican seats in the House, many that traditionally go to Democrats. If Trump was such a burden to the party, doubtful this would have happened.

        You seem to have this notion that Trump supporters are all a bunch of whacked out, Q Anon conspiratists. It’s that dismissal of Trump supporters that will end up costing Republicans.

        I really like Tom Cotton. He’s a rational thinker and seems like a stand-up kind of guy. Served in the military. Pro-law enforcement, against opening our borders to illegals. He still, however, was a STAUNCH Trump ally.

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        • patrickmoloughlin says:

          Cotton was a Trump ally, not a sycophant like Josh Hawley. Big difference.

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        • Liberty says:

          Patrick,

          How was Hawley a sycophant? He called for an election audit because his constituency demanded it. Nothing fawning about that.

          If you have other examples, would love to hear them.

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        • Batman says:

          What is a QAnon?
          Never heard of QAnon.
          Are they important?

          Overheard some folks in a café the other day chatting about how Trump wasn’t such a bad President after all compared to how things are going now that the dems are drunk with power.

          #illegitimatepresidente

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      • richard -lesiak says:

        We can use a Sasse here in Wisconsin. The Gumballs On Parade we have don’t even show up for work.

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      • Gary L. Kriewald says:

        If you’re talking about the era before Trump, you’re also talking about an era before BLM thugs and their allies in the Democrat party changed the rules. Taking back Congress and the White House after Trump is, as they say, a different ball game–one in which one team is allowed only half as many players as the other and all the referees are committed to making sure only one team wins. I think either Ben or Tom would make a great president–my point is they don’t have a ghost of a chance to win, especially now that one of the parties and its voters have been officially designated “the enemy within.”

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  4. georgessson says:

    Over many weeks in the comments, a lot of irresponsible sentiment has centered around “all the election ILLEGALITIES”. Unless one is deaf, dumb and naive, it’s a two-edged sword available to whomever’s party lost. Let’s leave it out of the dialogue, it’s been scrutinized to the Nth degree, and to no conclusion other than the “it never happened” rulings of many many courts. I believe that if conservatives stay cogent & on point, and WORK HARD, they’ll have no problem recouping their losses. The far left Dems are assisting in this regard everyday, in every way..

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  5. A Voice in the Wilderness says:

    Trump cultists are still cultists, I see, one of whom on this platform wants “heads on pikes”. The same old B.S. Mr. Blaska, your consistent rationality is refreshing. Wish all Republicans were like you. Alas. If wishes were horses…

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    • madisonexpat says:

      That “cult” stuff is a dumbass accusation. We deplorables are not as discerning as you, apparently. Bushes, Obama, Clintons, McCain, Kasich and the Lincoln Project NAMBLA chapter are your friends.
      Just keep them. And get ready to drink the koolaid of the imploding of Old Joe and the Ho’ administration.

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      • David Blaska says:

        No one drinks Kool Aid at the Stately Manor. Red or Blue. Biden/Harris will be awful. If we can get back the attempted coup and the nutcases who believe Jeffrey Epstein not only did not kill himself but is blackmailing chief justice Roberts, we might elect another President. Someone like Tom Cotton or Nikki Haley or Mike Pence, if you don’t hang them first.

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        • Liberty says:

          David,

          You’re one of the most reasonable-minded people in Madison. When it comes to Trump, however, you seem to have a blindspot.

          We didn’t vote for a personality and we’re not part of a cult. We voted for someone who, despite being brash, had his finger on the pulse of middle class America and put OUR needs first. This is something that certain members of the GOP refuse to understand, and its confounding.

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        • patrickmoloughlin says:

          Liberty-

          You have said many times that you voted for the policies and not the personality. Great. That does not mean that personality doesn’t matter. Some personalities are very hard to overlook.

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        • Liberty says:

          Patrick,

          “That does not mean that personality doesn’t matter. Some personalities are very hard to overlook”

          I didn’t say that.

          Yet,

          -The media often times mischaracterized things Trump said and did, like the Charlottesville comment. When you look at what the media portrayed versus what he actually said, you realize they’re not the same. This is not an outlier.

          -Have you seen how Biden treats people who disagree him? He’s been short and frankly, not very nice. Depending on the media you pay attention to, you likely haven’t seen it because they don’t want you to see it.

          -I don’t have to live with Trump or his personality. It doesn’t impact me directly. What DOES impact my life are policies. Not one of Trump’s policies have hurt me or other Americans I know. In fact, they’ve made our lives better.

          I’ll take a brash personality if it means no wars, mid-east peace deals, prison reform that helps thousands of Black Americans imprisoned for non-violent crimes, crackdown on human trafficking, an emphasis on America first, a strengthened military, lower prices on prescription drugs, and other things that actually benefit Americans, not the Swamp.

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        • No Body says:

          No one drinks Kool Aid at the Stately Manor.

          Respectfully disagree. That “Orange Man Bad” drink you’ve been chugging has dribbled down onto your shirt.

          If we can get back the attempted coup

          The coup has succeeded. The DNC in combination with RINO NeverTrumpers have won, and ordinary working, middle class people will lose and lose and lose. Upper middle class scribblers will still get a paid position while welders will be laid off. Erik Erickson won’t be out of a job, but the skilled laborers on pipelines already are. What advice would he give them? I guess they should “learn to code”?

          I repeat: the coup has succeeded. That’s why there’s still tens of thousands of Guardia Civil troops in the Capitol even after El Presidente has been installed in La Casa Blanca, and now the entire military will have to go through 60 days of witch-hunting to make sure of their loyalties…to what, one wonders? Perhaps to El Presidente, rather than to the Constitution?

          Now we have liberals on MSNBC suggesting using US military drones to hunt down and kill dissenters in the US who might be reported by someone or other.

          But at least Bad Orange Man isn’t tweeting anymore. So it’s all good, isn’t it?

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        • David Blaska says:

          The National Guard did not attack Congress. If it was a coup, it sure was bipartisan, including Trump favorite Brian Kemp, Republican governor of Georgia, U.S. attorney general Bill Barr, Trump’s three appointees to the Supreme Court, his prime defenders in the Senate (like Lindsay Graham), scores of federal judges, Fox News, Wall Street Journal, the New York Post, even NewsMax. You’re now down to the My Pillow Guy, Lin Wood (who says Jeffrey Epstein is still alive), Sidney Powell (who says the later Venezuelan strongman Hugo Chavez jiggered our voting machines), and Marjorie Taylor Green (who says Jewish space aliens started forest fires). Some company.

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        • Liberty says:

          “But at least Bad Orange Man isn’t tweeting anymore. So it’s all good, isn’t it?”

          You know, a few of Trump’s tweets made me cringe. Nothing compared with what Biden is unleashing on us, though. Thousands of Americans are out of good-paying jobs, we’re losing our energy independence, cops will soon be micromanaged again at the federal level, free speech is on trial.

          This is not directed at you, David: I’m confounded by people who get more unraveled by a tweet, a personality, or a swear word than they do by destructive policies that can threaten our way of life. The forest for the trees.

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        • David Blaska says:

          Which is why I voted for Trump. But as Forrest Gump says, “Shit happens.”

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        • No Body says:

          The coup has succeeded. The DNC in combination with RINO NeverTrumpers have won,

          Mr. Blaska:
          The National Guard did not attack Congress.

          Non sequitur.
          Why does el Guardia Nacional remain in Capitol City after El Presidente has been installed in La Casa Blanca? What’s the reason, Mr. Blaska, for this kind of military occupation? Can you articulate actual reasons beyond your feelze?

          Make America Venezuela! That’s what it looks like to many normal people. What does it look like to you?

          If it was a coup, it sure was bipartisan,

          Yes, it was. Thanks for agreeing with me. Are you looking forward to yet another impeachment of Bad Orange Man? How many more impeachments do you want?

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      • Liberty says:

        Expat,

        Anyone who believes Lincoln Project’s takedown of Trump was over a sense of moral obligation is gullible. These people, in my mind, are grifters, liars, and scum. Based on what I’ve read about LP’s founders, including John Weaver, don’t think I’m far off the mark.

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        • A Voice in the Wilderness says:

          Liberty: DT “..had his finger on the pulse of middle-class America..”. Overused buzzwords. Donald Trump puts his needs first and would use you and betray your trust without hesitation. Why can’t you see this? What are you getting out of it?

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        • Liberty says:

          “Overused buzzwords”

          Interesting from someone who, IMO, rarely offers substance in their comments on this forum.

          Do you not see that I ignore your comments and questions? That’s because I don’t think you want dialog as much as you want to belittle people who don’t think like you.

          I can answer your questions. I can explain to you why I voted for Trump, and in fact, I have. But why should I waste my time with someone who has no interest in listening, but instead using my words against me?

          This is Blaska’s blog and if you and others want to continue to belittle, nothing I can do about it. That doesn’t mean I have to participate.

          Consider this response the exception to the rule.

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  6. Liberty says:

    No personality cults. Just patriots who are sick of the Swamp and being told how to think.

    Conspiracy theorists are relatively rare. The media knows more about Q than most conservatives do. I honestly can’t tell you what or who they are.

    Lying that an election was stolen? Numbers don’t lie. People do. We wanted an audit because we’re not content just taking the Swamp’s word for it. Why is that so terrible?

    Sasse’s words are disrespectful to millions of Americans, a brush-off. And it shows that he hasn’t taken the time to understand why millions of us voted for Trump and why we reject the status quo.

    These are the types of Republicans that most conservatives (at least based on various polls) will reject in 2022. If they don’t listen to us, we simply won’t vote for them.

    Today’s GOP is not yesterday’s GOP.

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    • Gary L. Kriewald says:

      Something tells me King George and his generals and admirals, their chests gleaming with medals and orders, imagined colonial revolutionaries the same way Democrats and the MSM are doing their best to paint Trump voters, especially those brave enough to storm the Capitol on Jan. 6th, as ignorant yahoos needing to be neutralized at all costs. As Trump’s second impeachment trial–this one even more farcical than the first–starts, ask yourselves whether what’s going on in Congress now is any less deplorable, despite its veneer of decorum, than what went on on Jan 6th. And if the insurrectionists had succeeded, at least we’d be spared the spectacle being staged by Nancy, Adam, Chuck, AOC and the rest of those fine public servants. Compared to them, the bare-chested guy in horns deserves to have his likeness on the dollar bill.

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  7. George Parrino says:

    What? No mention of the republican “Cancel Culture” by any posters here. Arizona republican party censures Cindy McClain, Jeff Flake and AZ. Governor Doug Ducey, while the Nebraska republican party is looking at censuring Sasse. I’m sure there were some behind the scenes republican censure attempts to cancel Liz Cheney, at least she has more balls than our own Ron Johnson.

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    • Balboa says:

      What are u going on about? Now go home and get your shinebox!

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    • Balboa says:

      George, please go home and get your shinebox.

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    • patrickmoloughlin says:

      Liberty-

      When I said personalities matter, I am referring to the art of politics, which at it’s core is getting people (whether allies or opposition,) to go along with your policies. It is bringing others into the fold, not conducting purity cleansings, where those who do not fall 100% into line, are then banished to the wilderness. If life long Republicans like John McCain, the entire Bush family, Mitt Romney and Paul Ryan are to be shunned for their insufficient fealty to the orange master, who replaces them in our big tent? The Proud Boys? We used to have a majority. We used to control the house, the Senate and the presidency all at the same time. Now we control none of them.

      You can have the greatest policies in the world, but it doesn’t matter if you don’t get them implemented. And you don’t get them implemented with out power. Despite Trump’s many policy accomplishments, he sabotaged many others himself with that personality. And I blame the personality for losing the house, Senate and the presidency, more so that any voter fraud conspiracy theory, no matter what My Pillow guy says. You are free to wallow in anger at the “stolen” election until it is proven otherwise, but I don’t think you are actually interested in anything other than proving that it WAS stolen. and I don’t think that will ever happen.

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  8. A Voice in the Wilderness says:

    Honestly, the 2020 Presidential must be the first consequential election some of these babies have lost. Their candidate didn’t win. Such is life.

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  9. sleeperd says:

    “..but I’d like to convince you that not only is that a civic cancer for the nation..”

    Uhh.. senator Sasse….
    It took razor wire and 25,000 troops with Shoot To Kill orders to install our current ‘president’…

    Then there’s encouraging and enticing illegals to once again invade our country….

    Shoving garish disturbed transsexuals in the country’s face and demolishing womens’s sports … and letting hairy men into their locker rooms once again…

    Alienating Canada and costing us billions of dollars by canceling pipelines…. including killing up to 70,000 jobs on his first Day in Office

    Resuming skyrocketing gas and energy prices by again burdening the country with the Paris Climate fiasco… say hello to $4 per gal. gas again.

    and thanking the military for protecting him from the people as his leftists install him into our WhiteHouse by making them sleep in cold parking garages….

    And that was just Gropin’ Joe’s first week….. so if questioning this election is a cancer, what would you call what the nation is now enduring…???

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  10. Balboa says:

    Do not lump me in with the crazies u want to spout about. Yes some of the old gard republicans can be good foot soldiers. Ben sasse, mike pence, tom cotton have about as much charisma as an old shoe. They are weak sauce. Trump had charisma as well as the rest of his negatives. He is not in office, done, gone. They are old whities that cannot win against a chinese backed candidate.

    I have said this to many if i met joe biden vs donald trump on the street. Pretty sure only joe would be pleasant one but when he padded me on my back he would steal my wallet.

    No coup attempt by trunp but several against him in 4 years.

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  11. richard -lesiak says:

    The bottom line is trump is running another one of his scams. He has already transferred a boat load of campaign donor funds to his businesses. Just like the NRA. Bilk their followers, live the high life, then run when the heat is on. Keep your checkbooks open boys; trump has a lot of bills to pay.

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  12. madisonexpat says:

    Wilderness, “Trump put his needs first and would betray me?”
    What are you smoking? He gave away his salary, he smashed ISIS, he defanged Iran, he supported Israel, he increased the stock market, reduced middle class taxes, increased tax on the wealthy with State and Local Tax deduction caps. Decreased stupid regulation and put somewhat conservative judges all over the place.
    It’s always useful to reverse an accusation on the accuser. You and the rest of the Cargo Cultists who voted for Old Joe and the Ho want healing, unity, conformity and a lifelong politician who can’t
    speak a sentence but will heal the soul of our country.
    Jebus.

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    • Batman says:

      Trump also worked toward reducing illegal immigration as much as possible while facing nearly maniacal resistance to that (USA workers/citizens first) position by local/state/fed demonrat regressives and MSM spin meisters.

      Prison reform.
      Funding black colleges.
      Fabulous employment numbers.
      Withdrew from Paris Climate Accord.
      Pressured NATO to pay more.
      Resisted China while still maintaining a relationship.
      VA reform.
      Battled to withhold Federal funds from sanctuary cities.
      Strong Energy policy.
      Etc., etc., etc.

      #donotbeacommontrolllikevoice

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    • Liberty says:

      Madisonexpat and Batman,

      Right on to all of Trump’s accomplishments you mentioned.

      It’s unfortunate when people are more preoccupied with Trump’s misplaced words (some of them manipulated by media & enemies) than they are with strengthening the country.

      Look at the damage Biden has done in just a couple weeks. Thousands of good-paying jobs have already been lost (and lives upended), we’re on course for losing our energy independence, engaging in war, accepting thousands (or perhaps tens of thousands) of unvetted illegal immigrants, losing our first amendment rights, and putting China’s needs first. And where is that COVID plan he was supposed to execute?

      But hey, Orange Man’s tweets were mean and scary.

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  13. A Voice in the Wilderness says:

    Gee whiz. Musta hit a nerve. I do not troll. I merely dissent and practice my 1st Amendment rights. Apparently common Trump apologists do not have a lot of levels. Good NY Times article choice, though. NY Times is fair and balanced. You decide. If I’m not mistaken, the author is a Pulitzer prize winner. OK. So I won’t call people on this platform “babies” anymore.

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    • A Voice in the Wilderness says:

      And, the author of the aforementioned article notes in her intro that the facts she lists had been circulating on social media and may be of questionable veracity. Further, some of the “accomplishments” listed were bills signed by Trump that he had nothing to do with. Ah, yes. Gotta love the New York Times.

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    • Cornelius Gotchberg says:

      “NY Times is fair and balanced.”

      Say what??

      Bari Weiss and Michael Cieply, and many…MANY others (including, but not limited to, The Gotch) would strongly disagree.

      Were the NYT (an over-prized, hyper-partisan rag if there ever was one!) your only source of information, you wouldn’t know that HoR Eric Swallwell (CA-15) [Permanent Select Committee on Intelligence/Subcommittee on Intelligence/Modernization and Readiness (Chair)/Subcommittee on Strategic Technologies and Advanced Research/Committee on the Judiciary/Subcommittee on Courts, the Internet, and Intellectual Property/Subcommittee on Regulatory Reform, Commercial and Antitrust Law/Committee on Homeland Security] was schtupping a Chinese Spy.

      ‘Nuf said!

      The Gotch

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      • A Voice in the Wilderness says:

        Was being ironic when I wrote the NY Times is “fair and balanced”. We all know the Times is a left-leaning newspaper.

        Thanks for the links, Gotch.

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        • Cornelius Gotchberg says:

          Raised The Gotch’s eyebrows when he read that, but very few Lefties will concede it’s hyper-partisan bent with any number of them steadfastly denying that’s the case.

          Appreciate your clearing that up.

          Anywho, another example of the NYT screwin’ the pooch would be the Amari Allen Hate Crime Hoax; see if you can detect the subtle difference in the reportage:

          A) Pre-Debunked-Hoax NYT headline: Black Virginia Girl Says White Classmates Cut Her Dreadlocks on Playground

          B) Post-Debunked-Hoax NYT headline: Virginia Girl Recants Story of Boys Cutting Off her Dreadlocks

          The Gotch

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        • madisonexpat says:

          Irony but you do not troll. That is not irony. It is a lie.
          It is as nuanced as a shotgun.

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  14. madisonexpat says:

    Blah, blah, blah weasel words, zero substance. You, Wilderness, are so nuanced, cognizant of so many levels and gray areas, so many squirrels but of course you don’t troll. You also triumph over all Trump supporters by calling us babies.
    Again, reverse the accusation.

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    • A Voice in the Wilderness says:

      madisonexpat: My words do have substance. I am proud of my vocabulary. Please define “weasel” words.

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