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"Decorum" at Trump rallies

JuliefromOhio

Senator
Supporting Member
I am very focused. I am attempting to point out the fallacy in your logic, and trying to coax you into a rational, issue-based logical discussion rather than the childish nonsense who seem to prefer.

When you're ready to step up your game, let me know. Until then, we're done.
Try to stay focused....instead of acting like an idiot.

Qanon followers have cultivated connections over social media with key Trump allies. President Trump himself has retweeted Qanon-linked accounts at least 72 times, including 20 times in one day in December 2019. Other influential Trump allies also promoted Qanon-linked accounts. For example, on December 23, Trump's personal lawyer Rudy Giuliani retweeted @QAnonWomen4Rudy (the bio of which reads "Patriotic Ladies supporting the sexiest man alive").

The Qanon conspiracy theory is based on the belief that Trump and a mysterious individual known as “Q” are battling against a powerful cabal of elite pedophiles in the media and Democratic Party. Q supposedly communicated with their followers through encoded posts known as ”Q drops” on the quasi-anonymous forum 8chan. After 8chan was taken down, Q, or someone using the Q persona, resumed posting on 8kun.
 

Zam-Zam

Governor
Try to stay focused....instead of acting like an idiot.

Qanon followers have cultivated connections over social media with key Trump allies. President Trump himself has retweeted Qanon-linked accounts at least 72 times, including 20 times in one day in December 2019. Other influential Trump allies also promoted Qanon-linked accounts. For example, on December 23, Trump's personal lawyer Rudy Giuliani retweeted @QAnonWomen4Rudy (the bio of which reads "Patriotic Ladies supporting the sexiest man alive").

The Qanon conspiracy theory is based on the belief that Trump and a mysterious individual known as “Q” are battling against a powerful cabal of elite pedophiles in the media and Democratic Party. Q supposedly communicated with their followers through encoded posts known as ”Q drops” on the quasi-anonymous forum 8chan. After 8chan was taken down, Q, or someone using the Q persona, resumed posting on 8kun.
You've hijacked your own thread.

Perhaps you should heed your own advice and try to stay focused....instead of, the rest of it.
 

JuliefromOhio

Senator
Supporting Member
You've hijacked your own thread.

Perhaps you should heed your own advice and try to stay focused....instead of, the rest of it.
I'm putting you down as a Q-Anon conspiracy nut.....since you're trying so hard to distract from and deny the evidence that Trump and his Trumpies are sympatico with Q-Anon conspiracy nuts.
 

Zam-Zam

Governor
I'm putting you down as a Q-Anon conspiracy nut.....since you're trying so hard to distract from and deny the evidence that Trump and his Trumpies are sympatico with Q-Anon conspiracy nuts.
You can call me any name you wish to - That's what you do.

How sad for you.
 

JuliefromOhio

Senator
Supporting Member
Here are some of the lies Trump told at his AZ rally yesterday.

1. Trump claimed he had created the strongest economy ever — even though former President Barack Obama oversaw the creation of 1.5 million more jobs in his last three years as president than Trump has in his first three.

2. He claimed African American and Latino unemployment are at all-time lows — despite the fact that those rates have been creeping upward for the past several months.

3. He claimed to have cut taxes “by a record amount” — even though former presidents Ronald Reagan and George W. Bush both signed larger tax cut bills.

4. On health care, Trump said, “We’re protecting people with preexisting conditions and we always will” — ignoring the fact that his administration is backing a lawsuit that would eliminate that protection and that he previously pushed a bill to repeal it.

5. He claimed to have passed the Veterans Choice Act — although Obama signed that legislation into law years before Trump took office.

6. He even claimed to have 25,000 attendees at his rally — though the arena in which it was held, the Veterans Memorial Coliseum, only holds 15,000.
 

Alinvegas

King (Just like Trump)
Try to stay focused.

Qanon followers have cultivated connections over social media with key Trump allies. President Trump himself has retweeted Qanon-linked accounts at least 72 times, including 20 times in one day in December 2019. Other influential Trump allies also promoted Qanon-linked accounts. For example, on December 23, Trump's personal lawyer Rudy Giuliani retweeted @QAnonWomen4Rudy (the bio of which reads "Patriotic Ladies supporting the sexiest man alive").

The Qanon conspiracy theory is based on the belief that Trump and a mysterious individual known as “Q” are battling against a powerful cabal of elite pedophiles in the media and Democratic Party. Q supposedly communicated with their followers through encoded posts known as ”Q drops” on the quasi-anonymous forum 8chan. After 8chan was taken down, Q, or someone using the Q persona, resumed posting on 8kun.
Hey. This post is about Trump Rallys.
 

Alinvegas

King (Just like Trump)
Here are some of the lies Trump told at his AZ rally yesterday.

1. Trump claimed he had created the strongest economy ever — even though former President Barack Obama oversaw the creation of 1.5 million more jobs in his last three years as president than Trump has in his first three.

2. He claimed African American and Latino unemployment are at all-time lows — despite the fact that those rates have been creeping upward for the past several months.

3. He claimed to have cut taxes “by a record amount” — even though former presidents Ronald Reagan and George W. Bush both signed larger tax cut bills.

4. On health care, Trump said, “We’re protecting people with preexisting conditions and we always will” — ignoring the fact that his administration is backing a lawsuit that would eliminate that protection and that he previously pushed a bill to repeal it.

5. He claimed to have passed the Veterans Choice Act — although Obama signed that legislation into law years before Trump took office.

6. He even claimed to have 25,000 attendees at his rally — though the arena in which it was held, the Veterans Memorial Coliseum, only holds 15,000.
He also claims to be the elected President of the US. Oh wait...
 
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