Tweets of the day …

He’s hitting them out of the park this week.

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31 Responses to Tweets of the day …

  1. auscitizenmom says:

    It appears that President Trump being quiet is scarier than when he is out doing things.

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    • FrankieZee says:

      I am aa Trump supporter and even I am thinking what the hell is he up to, he is as quiet as a Church Mouse and he is never quiet. And I know he is not quiet because he is scared, he is quiet because he is planning something huge to drop. That is what they are all afraid about. He said he is not going to Biden’s inauguration, that may really mean that Biden will never be inaugurated.

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      • stella says:

        Don’t get your hopes up too high. He’s just one man against the world at this point.

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        • Sharon says:

          The habit of feeling better based on speculation about how things will “be ok” (over the past 12 months) is a major contributing factor to the gut punch many are feeling, in my opinion.

          Speculating about how “Trump’s got this” and a hundred other ways – – makes for a nasty thump on the head when reality shows up.

          In terms of practical capacity for getting things done, he has sort of been one man against the world for a long time. It’s sickening.

          I’ve been consciously working through, reading, praying, thinking about the reality of the strange ground we are now on, paying attention to living in the present on purpose, specifically thinking about how to proceed.

          I have not had my American flag out for about three weeks, since the pledge says that it stands for a Republic called the United States of America. I was waiting to see if that Republic still existed. It does not.

          I am choosing to not discuss with any neighbors my views about any of this because of the potential that whatever phrases I may use or opinions I may express might be used against me 18 months from. I’m running out the continuum of likely events, based on the reality of where we presently are, the set direction of events at this point, etc. There is no reason, in my opinion, to make presumptions about how it will all work out ok.

          Good grief, just consider the events of today, much less the last three days. THIS is what is so. Sanity is going to be somewhat determined by my ability and willingness to live in the present and deal with reality.

          I am pressing on with my self-appointed task of creating a knowledgeable timeline of the Nazi work in Germany, and Bonhoeffer’s thinking and energies as he dealt with it as an individual and as a member of the clergy, and with his family. The things I am learning as I push ahead on that are significant and settling. Not all nice, by a long shot. But settling.

          Psalm 94:19 – “In the multitude of my anxieties within me, your comforts delight my soul.”

          I bear witness with the Psalmist that I am learning more about how that takes place, in the midst of present chaos.

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  2. stella says:

    This has to be a runner up!

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  3. Pa Hermit says:

    The Art of the Deal vs. Rules for Radicals.

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  5. Lucille says:

    Ah, yes, being afraid of the people. What a novel idea! Lucky for these cowards we don’t have a Mao on our side…though I do recall one of Obama’s lackeys saying how much she admired him.

    A friend sent me an article re the huge billion dollar budget the Capitol police has and yet a motley crew of a few strangely garbed guys and one bare-breasted female defeated them and sent the congresscritters into total fear mode.

    Another pal emailed me Thomas Wictor’s thread wherein he believes Pence is in on the smokescreen with President Trump. If Pence turns out to be one of the good guys and not the traitor I think he is, then I will absolutely apologize to all Stellars and send him a note of remorseful apology, to boot.

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  6. stella says:

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  7. jeans2nd says:

    These tweets were great! Thanks for bringing today’s smile.
    Some of the replies are great. Interesting that many of the die-hard supporters are blacks, former Democrats who, after decades of mistreatment and lies from Democrats, finally found someone who listened to them and actually did something.

    One of Rush’s caller’s today had it correct – we are not Donald J Trump, Donald J Trump is us.
    And all day, Randy Quaid (Independence Day) is running through my mind –
    Donald J Trump, leaving D.C., quipping over his shoulder, “In the words of my generation, up yours!”
    And returning to D.C. “Hello boys, I’m back!”

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  8. Sharon says:

    “…we are not Donald J Trump, Donald J Trump is us.”

    I like that.

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    • FrankieZee says:

      That is what the D RATS and RINOS are afraid of. They are going to go ballistic trying to get rid of us. What those folks did to Lindsey Graham today at the airport is what has to happen to them all of the time now. No rest, no where to hide for these traitors.

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