A Peaceful Transition of Power By Force: What Are the Odds?

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8 Responses to A Peaceful Transition of Power By Force: What Are the Odds?

  1. Lucille says:

    A Message from First Lady Melania Trump
    January 18, 2020 – The White House

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    • Lucille says:

      Sorry about writing “2020” rather than “2021”…perhaps I’m still living in a timespan when the possibilities seemed that we would have our President for four more years. We all know that the election was stolen from him and us by evil people bent upon our destruction.

      Bad days are ahead. With God’s help we will do our part to keep the real America alive.

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  2. Lucille says:

    Barnes cracks me up.

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    • stella says:

      He’s not afraid to say what he thinks, that’s for sure. Lots of Republicans are on his dislike list, as well as Democrats. He is particularly scornful of William Barr, Lin Woods and Q.

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  3. jeans2nd says:

    Wasn’t online when this was live so am listening now; am through the first 40 minutes.
    So far Barnes and Barris have only confirmed my own conclusions. Sadly, the cynicism has come roaring back, after a delightful 4 year hiatus.

    Cheney is in big trouble with the folks back home. Wyoming GOP head was on Bannon’s show Sat, and Cheney’s home county chair GOP head was on today. Cheney may be facing being called back home and censure.
    Ya, right. We’ll see what happens in ’22, Lord Willing we are still here.

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  4. Obama's Boyfriend says:

    What happens in 2022 is the same as happened in 1933. Lots of government sponsored vacation camps.

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  5. jeans2nd says:

    Completed listening overnight (insomnia is a blessing and a curse…).
    What a joy to find two kindred spirits…until one remembers one is crazy. {{sigh}}
    Thanks for the link, Stella. Listening to these two was better than Barnes-Frei.

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