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BIG 100 Day Countdown to Trump's complete political defeat - BLUE WAVE UPDATES:
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You really need to see a shrink about this unhealthy obsession you have with politics and trump log off and go outside and enjoy life
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(Bloomberg)--Elliott Broidy, a former top political fundraiser for President Donald Trump and the Republican Party, has been charged as part of a wide-ranging federal probe into back-channel efforts to influence the U.S. government on behalf of foreign interests via @TheTerminal
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“If you want to influence Trump, you got to be the last guy he talks to."

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HE MAN it's almost the weekend, the glory holes in London should be full...see you monday dont work to hard!
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(Bloomberg)--Elliott Broidy, a former top political fundraiser for President Donald Trump and the Republican Party, has been charged as part of a wide-ranging federal probe into back-channel efforts to influence the U.S. government on behalf of foreign interests via @TheTerminal
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In 2017, the RNC announced four national finance chairs: http://on.msnbc.com/3iAxy4q:

- Steve Wynn
- Elliott Broidy
- Michael Cohen
-Louis DeJoy

* Gordon Sondland

Little did we know at the time how things would turn out for them.

“If you want to influence Trump, you got to be the last guy he talks to."

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It seems Ted Cruz is seeing the huge BLUE WAVE coming right at the Trump/republicans. chuckle

Ted Cruz sounds the alarm about a GOP ‘bloodbath’ on election day

"Sen. Ted Cruz (R-TX) is warning that Republicans could face a “bloodbath” in the coming elections if American voters remain unhappy with the state of the economy and the novel coronavirus pandemic.

During an appearance on CNBC’s “Squawk Box,” Cruz said that Republicans could win the election “if people are going back to work, if they’re optimistic, if they’re positive about the future.”

However, the senator warned that the opposite scenario could also come to pass.

“But I also think if on Election Day, people are angry and they’ve given up hope and they’re depressed, which is what Pelosi, and Schumer want them to be, I think it could be a terrible election,” he warned. “I think we could lose the White House and both houses of Congress, that it could be a bloodbath of Watergate proportions.”

Cruz then falsely blamed Pelosi for holding up a relief aid deal, despite the fact that President Donald Trump was the one who unilaterally called off negotiations just this week.

However, Cruz said that he spoke with the president earlier this week and claimed that he’s now changed his mind and wants to make a deal after all."

https://www.rawstory.com/2020/10/ted-cru...ction-day/

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• One week after he rampaged through the first presidential debate
and then was hospitalized with CoVid-19, only to keep minimizing
the disease as it spread through his White House, the president’s
conduct is not only undermining his own campaign but threatening
his entire party.

• New polls show Mr. Trump’s support is collapsing nationally, as he
alienates women, seniors and suburbanites.

• He is trailing not just in must-win battlegrounds but according
to private G.O.P. surveys, he is repelling independents to the point
where Mr. Biden has drawn closer in solidly red states, including
Montana, Kansas and Missouri, people briefed on the data said.

Lmao
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• One week after he rampaged through the first presidential debate
and then was hospitalized with CoVid-19, only to keep minimizing
the disease as it spread through his White House, the president’s
conduct is not only undermining his own campaign but threatening
his entire party.

• New polls show Mr. Trump’s support is collapsing nationally, as he
alienates women, seniors and suburbanites.

• He is trailing not just in must-win battlegrounds but according
to private G.O.P. surveys, he is repelling independents to the point
where Mr. Biden has drawn closer in solidly red states, including
Montana, Kansas and Missouri, people briefed on the data said.

Lmao
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Thank god for the comic relief from so many anti-Trumpers whose creativity has known no bounds.

“If you want to influence Trump, you got to be the last guy he talks to."

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So glad the courts ended this huge attempt at TX voter suppression.

Federal judge blocks a Texas order limiting ballot drop-off locations
A victory for voters, particularly in Harris County.

"A federal judge has blocked a Texas order that limited the number of drop-off locations for mail-in ballots to one per county.

That order was put in place on October 1 by Republican Gov. Greg Abbott when he issued a proclamation that allowed for only one drop-off location in each of Texas’s 254 counties, regardless of population or geographic size. Abbott cited election security as a justification for the order. But it eliminated multiple drop-off sites available for Texans; for instance, Harris County — the third most populous county in the country — had to shut 11 of its 12 drop-off sites.



Abbott’s decision immediately drew legal challenges from advocates and voting rights groups, who sued to reinstate the drop-off locations, arguing that Abbott changing procedures in the middle of the election — after people have already started requesting their ballots — put an unreasonable burden on voters and ultimately undermined faith in the electoral process at this late stage.

US District Court Judge Robert Pitman sided with those groups, saying that Abbott’s order put an undue burden on older voters and voters with disabilities, who make up the majority of absentee voters in Texas. Pitman wrote that Abbott’s restrictions would cause “absentee voters, if they choose not to return their ballots in person to avoid exposure to Covid-19, to face the risk that their ballots will not be counted if the USPS is unable to timely deliver their ballot after it’s been requested or unable to timely return their completed ballot.”

“These burdens fall disproportionately on voters who are elderly, disabled, or live in larger counties,” Pitman wrote.

This battle over Texas drop boxes represents just one of the fights over voting in the state this election season, and one of hundreds of legal challenges over elections across the country.

Friday’s decision was a victory for voters, and for advocates and some county clerks in Texas, who wanted to see the drop-off locations reinstated. The governor’s office is likely to appeal the decision. (Vox contacted Abbott’s office for comment, and we will update when we hear back.) So the fight over these drop-off locations is not quite over, and the final outcome could make a difference in how easy it is for Texans — particularly older ones — to vote in this unprecedented election year.

The fight over the Texas drop-off locations, explained
The Covid-19 pandemic hit the United States in March, right in the middle of primary season and ahead of a contentious general election. All states had to consider the administration of their elections, whether by adopting additional safety protocols for in-person voting and vote-counting, expanding mail-in voting, extending deadlines for ballot counting, or implementing cure processes so voters could fix mistakes on their mail-in ballots.

In Texas, Abbott expanded the state’s early in-person voting period by nearly a week; it will now begin October 13. That proclamation also expanded the period when Texas voters could deliver their mail-in ballots in person to the clerk’s office. Previously, voters had only been allowed to drop off mail-in ballots to the county clerk’s office on Election Day.

Voting by mail in Texas is still pretty restricted: Unlike other states, Texas did not loosen its mail-in voting requirements, which only allow people to vote absentee who are over the age of 65, who have a physical disability or ailment, or are in jail or temporarily out of the county. Texas Democrats tried to challenge the age rule, but the courts denied the change. (There have also been other lawsuits around mail-in voting, including a recent one where the Texas Supreme Court blocked Harris County from sending mail-in ballot applications to registered voters.)

So the Texas drop-off locations are strictly for absentee voters to hand-deliver their ballots, offering an alternative for those who do not want to send their ballots through the United States Postal Service because of questions about the USPS’s capacity to handle the influx of election ballots this year, or who just want to know, for sure, that their ballots have been received by election officials.

In Harris County, for example, 11 locations drop-off locations were clerk’s offices around the county. The Harris County clerk’s office designated the 12th spot, at NRG Arena, as the main drop-off headquarters because, an official told me, it allowed for social distancing and more space to process applications in what was expected to be record election turnout. Travis County, another blue-leaning area, had four drop-off locations.

But on October 1, Abbott said, sorry, one drop-off location only. According to a court filing made on Wednesday, Abbott argued that no Texas counties, except for Harris County, had ever had multiple drop-off locations before the July 2020 primary.

Abbott’s administration argued that having multiple drop-off locations was bad for election security, arguing in a court filing that they provided “inconsistent safeguards to preserve the integrity of the election, such as a lack of poll watchers overseeing ballot deliveries.” It also claimed that “election fraud, specifically vote-by-mail election fraud, has proven to be a frequent and enduring problem in Texas.”

Advocates, however, say this security argument is not grounded in reality. Each drop-off location is staffed with sworn clerks, and voters must show a valid ID and give their signature at all locations."

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I'm not really a Trump supporter as I am not from the United States. However I feel from my foray around the internet that he likely will win. You seem unhinged of late Heman..... Not going to postulate anything, just an observation.
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So glad the courts ended this huge attempt at TX voter suppression.

Federal judge blocks a Texas order limiting ballot drop-off locations
A victory for voters, particularly in Harris County.

"A federal judge has blocked a Texas order that limited the number of drop-off locations for mail-in ballots to one per county.

That order was put in place on October 1 by Republican Gov. Greg Abbott when he issued a proclamation that allowed for only one drop-off location in each of Texas’s 254 counties, regardless of population or geographic size. Abbott cited election security as a justification for the order. But it eliminated multiple drop-off sites available for Texans; for instance, Harris County — the third most populous county in the country — had to shut 11 of its 12 drop-off sites.



Abbott’s decision immediately drew legal challenges from advocates and voting rights groups, who sued to reinstate the drop-off locations, arguing that Abbott changing procedures in the middle of the election — after people have already started requesting their ballots — put an unreasonable burden on voters and ultimately undermined faith in the electoral process at this late stage.

US District Court Judge Robert Pitman sided with those groups, saying that Abbott’s order put an undue burden on older voters and voters with disabilities, who make up the majority of absentee voters in Texas. Pitman wrote that Abbott’s restrictions would cause “absentee voters, if they choose not to return their ballots in person to avoid exposure to Covid-19, to face the risk that their ballots will not be counted if the USPS is unable to timely deliver their ballot after it’s been requested or unable to timely return their completed ballot.”

“These burdens fall disproportionately on voters who are elderly, disabled, or live in larger counties,” Pitman wrote.

This battle over Texas drop boxes represents just one of the fights over voting in the state this election season, and one of hundreds of legal challenges over elections across the country.

Friday’s decision was a victory for voters, and for advocates and some county clerks in Texas, who wanted to see the drop-off locations reinstated. The governor’s office is likely to appeal the decision. (Vox contacted Abbott’s office for comment, and we will update when we hear back.) So the fight over these drop-off locations is not quite over, and the final outcome could make a difference in how easy it is for Texans — particularly older ones — to vote in this unprecedented election year.

The fight over the Texas drop-off locations, explained
The Covid-19 pandemic hit the United States in March, right in the middle of primary season and ahead of a contentious general election. All states had to consider the administration of their elections, whether by adopting additional safety protocols for in-person voting and vote-counting, expanding mail-in voting, extending deadlines for ballot counting, or implementing cure processes so voters could fix mistakes on their mail-in ballots.

In Texas, Abbott expanded the state’s early in-person voting period by nearly a week; it will now begin October 13. That proclamation also expanded the period when Texas voters could deliver their mail-in ballots in person to the clerk’s office. Previously, voters had only been allowed to drop off mail-in ballots to the county clerk’s office on Election Day.

Voting by mail in Texas is still pretty restricted: Unlike other states, Texas did not loosen its mail-in voting requirements, which only allow people to vote absentee who are over the age of 65, who have a physical disability or ailment, or are in jail or temporarily out of the county. Texas Democrats tried to challenge the age rule, but the courts denied the change. (There have also been other lawsuits around mail-in voting, including a recent one where the Texas Supreme Court blocked Harris County from sending mail-in ballot applications to registered voters.)

So the Texas drop-off locations are strictly for absentee voters to hand-deliver their ballots, offering an alternative for those who do not want to send their ballots through the United States Postal Service because of questions about the USPS’s capacity to handle the influx of election ballots this year, or who just want to know, for sure, that their ballots have been received by election officials.

In Harris County, for example, 11 locations drop-off locations were clerk’s offices around the county. The Harris County clerk’s office designated the 12th spot, at NRG Arena, as the main drop-off headquarters because, an official told me, it allowed for social distancing and more space to process applications in what was expected to be record election turnout. Travis County, another blue-leaning area, had four drop-off locations.

But on October 1, Abbott said, sorry, one drop-off location only. According to a court filing made on Wednesday, Abbott argued that no Texas counties, except for Harris County, had ever had multiple drop-off locations before the July 2020 primary.

Abbott’s administration argued that having multiple drop-off locations was bad for election security, arguing in a court filing that they provided “inconsistent safeguards to preserve the integrity of the election, such as a lack of poll watchers overseeing ballot deliveries.” It also claimed that “election fraud, specifically vote-by-mail election fraud, has proven to be a frequent and enduring problem in Texas.”

Advocates, however, say this security argument is not grounded in reality. Each drop-off location is staffed with sworn clerks, and voters must show a valid ID and give their signature at all locations."

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https://www.vox.com/2020/10/10/21506522/...ock-abbott

So multiple locations is new and they are all staffed but it doesn't say if its just during the day or 24/7 or what. Requirements include ID and signature, surprised they didn't sue over that too.
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Rick Dickulous  Wrote: (10-10-2020 10:47 PM)
I'm not really a Trump supporter as I am not from the United States. However I feel from my foray around the internet that he likely will win. You seem unhinged of late Heman..... Not going to postulate anything, just an observation.

You must be reading the fake internet. chuckle I am just as hinged as ever. Hugs Cheer

The republicans are seeing the truth, Trump is killing the entire party.

GOP consultant expecting ‘a lot of finger points and backstabbing’ as Trump’s campaign collapses: report

Republicans are expecting President Donald Trump to lose his re-election and shifting their focus to holding GOP control of the U.S. Senate, according to a new report by Axios.

The report, by Mike Allen and Hans Nichols is titled, “GOP social-distances Trump.”

“After years of holding their tongues, a few Republicans have started to separate themselves from President Trump and his possible political collapse, focusing on his carelessness with the virus,” Axios reported.

“A senior Republican official told me this is less about shaping this election, and more about preparing for the aftermath,” the report noted.

The report quoted an unnamed GOP consultant.

“There will be a lot of finger points & backstabbing in next several weeks,” the strategist predicted.

“The bottom line, from Hans Nichols: Most Republican consultants fear that the White House is gone — they’re pinning their hopes on the Senate. The last week has only made that clearer,” Axios concluded.



https://www.rawstory.com/2020/10/gop-consultant-expecting-a-lot-of-finger-points-and-backstabbing-as-trumps-campaign-collapses-report/

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I do not think that DJT is doing the party any favors. He is however his own man and has become a brand. Very interesting from an outsider view. It is worth note that he doesn't care about partisan politics and is forging his own path. I think your posts about Republican dissent are enough to confirm this.

These democrat vs. Republican ideological threads need some kind of moderation. Viewed from outside they seem truly moronic.
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A great little website showing all polls over time for all Presidents

https://projects.fivethirtyeight.com/tru...id=rrpromo

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He Man  Wrote: (07-26-2020 05:51 PM)
It's the end of the Trump regime and America will soon be over it's long national nightmare of Trump's dystopian Death Cultist dementia. Jhikpghf

100 DAYS OUT: TRUMP IN DEEP TROUBLE

Trump Faces Political Headwinds With Election 100 Days Away
Joe Biden’s campaign is eager to keep the final months of the campaign focused squarely on Trump.

"WASHINGTON (AP) — With the November election 100 days away, more Americans say the country is heading in the wrong direction than at any previous point in Donald Trump’s presidency, putting the incumbent in a perilous position as his reelection bid against Democrat Joe Biden enters a pivotal stretch.

A new poll from The Associated Press-NORC Center for Public Affairs Research also finds Trump’s approval for his handling of the COVID-19 pandemic falling to a new low, with just 32% of Americans supportive of his approach. Even Trump’s standing on the economy, long the high water mark for the president, has fallen over the past few months after seeming ascendant earlier this year.

Those political headwinds have sparked a sudden summer shift in the White House and the Trump campaign. After spending months playing down the pandemic and largely ignoring the virus’ resurgence in several states, Trump warned this past week that the situation is likely to get worse before it gets better. After repeatedly minimizing the importance of wearing masks to limit the spread of the virus, Trump urged Americans to do exactly that. And after insisting he would press forward with a large campaign convention in August, the president announced that he was scrapping those plans.

Trump’s abrupt about-face underscores the reality of the situation he faces just over three months from Election Day. Even as he tries to refocus his contest with Biden on divisive cultural issues and an ominous “law and order” message, Trump’s reelection prospects are likely to be inextricably linked to his handling of the pandemic and whether voters believe the country will head back in the right direction under his leadership.

The AP-NORC poll makes clear the challenge ahead for Trump on that front: 8 in 10 Americans say the country is heading in the wrong direction. That’s more than at any point since Trump took office. The poll also finds just 38% of Americans say the national economy is good, down from 67% in January, before the pandemic upended most aspects of everyday life.

Biden’s campaign is eager to keep the final months of the campaign focused squarely on Trump, confident that the former vice president can emerge victorious if the contest is a referendum on whether the current commander in chief has succeeded during his four years in office.

“People are sick and tired of a government that is divided and broken and unable to get things done,” said Kate Bedingfield, Biden’s deputy campaign manager. “What people feel like they’re getting from Trump right now is a hodgepodge mess of self-interested political talk.”

The past few months have proved to be beneficial for Biden’s campaign. He managed to swiftly consolidate the Democratic Party in ways Hillary Clinton, the party’s 2016 nominee, struggled to do. Biden’s fundraising, a weakness for him in the primary, has surged, allowing his campaign to build out infrastructure and start ad spending in both traditional battleground states and more aspirational targets, including Texas and Georgia."

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this belongs in its own subsection for quality purposes and proper discussion. Can we honestly start moving all political posts to a political section?
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Trump is killing the republican party and taking power away from their candidates, but it's not like anybody failed to warn them that Trump is toxic. Scream1

AZ was red and Trump turned it blue. chuckle

Once-dominant Republicans fret Arizona is slipping into blue column
If Democrats flip both chambers of the state legislature next month, it could leave Republicans in a semi-permanent minority in fast-growing Arizona.

"Democrats are on track to win big in Arizona next month — from the presidential election to the state House. And Republicans fear it won’t just be a one-time event but the start of long-term Democratic dominance in the state.

It’s a shift that’s been coming since before President Donald Trump’s election but has only been further accelerated over the past four years by his divisive presidency and the Arizona GOP’s evolution from the party of John McCain to that of Trump.

Now, Republicans are reckoning with signs that the party has taken on a direction that won’t play well in Arizona in 2020 — or ever. With that, Democrats could cement control of state politics, as they have in other suburban-heavy states, like Colorado and Virginia. A win by Democratic Senate nominee Mark Kelly would put both of Arizona’s seats in Democratic hands after decades of GOP control. All Democrats need is two seats in the state House and three seats in the state Senate to flip the state legislature. Turning both chambers would be a first for Democrats in more than 50 years.

“It’s Republicans’ own fault this is happening. It’s their unwillingness to govern,” said Chuck Coughlin, a veteran GOP strategist in Arizona. “They’ve always been the party that wants to put together electoral coalitions to address policy issues. And under the party of Trump, you’re just vilifying people, not coming up with ideas.”

“Like Sen. John McCain would say, 'It's always darkest before it's totally black.' And, in this case, black is blue. I hope the party will do some soul-reflecting,” Coughlin added.

Republicans will continue to control number of statewide positions, including the governorship and the state attorney general's office. But a big night for Democrats could see the GOP lose the presidential vote for the first time since 1996, a Senate seat, both chambers of the state legislature and control of the state Corporation Commission."

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