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Posted by: thepinetree on 01/15/2021 01:04 PM Updated by: thepinetree on 01/15/2021 01:04 PM
Expires: 01/01/2026 12:00 AM
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President-elect Joe Biden on the American Rescue Plan and Build Back Better Recovery Plan

Wilmington, DE...Good evening, my fellow Americans. It’s been three hundred and forty-three days since the virus that has ravaged our nation tragically claimed its first life. On February 6, 2020, Patricia Dowd took her last breath at home, under the California sun of Santa Clara. She was 57 years old. A beloved wife, mother, daughter, and sister. She never knew she had the virus, at a time when most folks never even heard about the virus. But just like that, she was gone.





Almost exactly one year later, nearly 400,000 of our fellow Americans have met the same cruel fate. Countless families and friends left behind, with unrelenting grief and guilt, anger and frustration. And the emptiness felt by the loss of life is compounded by the loss of our way of life.

During this pandemic, millions of Americans — through no fault of their own — have lost the dignity and respect that comes with a job and a paycheck.

Millions of Americans who never thought they’d be out of work are facing eviction or waiting hours in their car to feed their families as they drive up to a food bank.

Millions who have kept their job but have seen their hours and paycheck reduced are barely hanging on as well.

That is happening today in the United States of America.

Just as we are in the midst of a dark winter of this pandemic as cases, hospitalizations, and deaths spike at record levels, there is real pain overwhelming the real economy. The one where people rely on their paycheck — not their investments — to pay their bills, their meals, and their children’s needs.

You won’t see this pain if your score card is how things are going on Wall Street. But you will see it very clearly if you examine what the twin crises of the pandemic and the sinking economy have laid bare.

The growing divide between those few people at the very top who are doing quite well in this economy — and the rest of America.

Just since this pandemic began, the wealth of the top 1% has grown by roughly $1.5 trillion since the end of last year — four times the amount for the entire bottom 50%.

Some 18 million Americans are still relying on unemployment insurance.

Some 400,000 small businesses have permanently closed their doors.

It’s not hard to see that we are in the middle of a once-in-several generation economic crisis within a once-in-several generation public health crisis.

A crisis of deep human suffering in plain sight.

And there is no time to wait.

We have to act and act now.

This is what the economists are telling us.

More importantly, it is what the values we hold in our hearts as Americans are telling us.

A growing chorus of top economists agree that, in this moment of crisis, with interest rates at historic lows, we cannot afford inaction.

It’s not just that smart fiscal investments, including deficit spending, are more urgent than ever. It’s that the return on these investments — in jobs, in racial equity — will prevent long-term economic damage and the benefits will far surpass the costs.

A growing number of top economists has shown even our debt situation will be more stable — not less stable — if we seize this moment with vision and purpose.

And so, tonight, I’d like to talk to you about our way forward. A two-step plan of rescue and recovery. A two-step plan to build a bridge to the other side of the crises we face and to a better, stronger, more secure America.

Tonight, I’ll lay out the first step — the American Rescue Plan — that will tackle the pandemic and get direct financial assistance and relief to Americans who need it the most.

Next month, in my first appearance before a Joint Session of Congress, I will lay out the second step, my Build Back Better Recovery Plan. It will make historic investments in infrastructure and manufacturing, innovation, research and development, and clean energy. Investments in the caregiving economy and in skills and training needed by our workers to compete and win the global economy of the future.

Moody’s — an independent Wall Street firm — said this approach would create more than 18 million jobs.

Our rescue and recovery plan is the path forward with a seriousness of purpose, a clear plan with transparency and accountability with a call for unity that is equally necessary.

Unity is not a pie-in-the-sky dream, it is a practical step to getting things done.

As I said when it passed in December, the bipartisan COVID-19 relief package was an important first step. I am grateful for the Democratic, Republican, and Independent members of Congress who came together to get it done.

But as I said at the time, it’s just a down-payment. We need more action, more bipartisanship, and we need to move fast.

Our rescue plan starts aggressively in order to speed up our national COVID-19 response.

The vaccines offer so much hope. We are grateful to the scientists and researchers, and everyone who participated in the clinical trials. We are also grateful for the rigorous review and testing that’s led to millions of people around the world already being vaccinated safely.

But, the vaccine rollout in the United States has been a dismal failure thus far.

Tomorrow, I will lay out our vaccination plan to correct course and meet our goal of 100 million shots by the end of our first 100 days.

This will be one of the most challenging operational efforts we have ever undertaken as a nation.

We will move Heaven and Earth to get more people vaccinated, to create more places for them to get vaccinated, to mobilize more medical teams to get shots in peoples’ arms, and to increase vaccine supply and get it out the door as fast as possible.

We will also do everything we can to keep our educators and students safe and to safely open a majority of our K-8 schools by the end of our first 100 days.

We can do it, if we give school districts, communities, and states the clear guidance they need as well as the resources they will need that they can not afford right now because of the economic crisis we are in. That means more testing and transportation, additional cleaning and sanitizing services, protective equipment, and ventilation systems in the schools.

And we need to make sure that workers who have COVID-19 symptoms and are quarantined, and those who need to take care of family members with COVID-19 symptoms should be able to stay home from work and still get paid.

This will reduce spread of the virus and make sure workers get the support they need.

But they need about $400 billion in funding from Congress to make all of this happen.

It’s a lot, but I’m convinced we are ready to get this done.

The very health of our nation is at stake.

Our rescue plan also includes immediate relief for Americans hardest hit and most in need.

We will finish the job of getting a total of $2,000 in direct relief to people who need it the most.

$600 is simply not enough if you still have to choose between paying rent and putting food on the table.

Even for those who have kept their jobs these checks are really important.

You see, if you are an American worker making $40,000 a year with less than $400 in savings, maybe you’ve lost hours, or maybe you’re doing fewer shifts driving a truck, or caring for kids, or the elderly.

You’re out there putting your life on the line to work during this pandemic and worried every week that you’ll get sick, lose your job, or worse.

$2,000 is going to go a long way to ease that pain.

We will also provide more peace of mind for struggling families by extending unemployment insurance benefits for millions of workers.

That means that the 18 million Americans currently relying on unemployment benefits
while they look for work can count on these checks continuing to be there. Plus, there will be a $400 per week supplement to help make ends meet.

This gets money quickly into the pockets of millions of Americans who will spend it immediately on food, rent, and other basic needs. That helps our whole economy grow.

We will also tackle the growing hunger crisis in America.

As I speak, and as Vice President-elect Harris has spoken about this many times, 1 in 7 households in America — more than 1 in 5 Black and Latino households in America – report that they do not have enough food to eat.

This includes 30 million adults and as many as 12 million children.

It’s wrong. It’s tragic. It’s unacceptable.

We will extend emergency nutrition assistance for 43 million children and families enrolled in the SNAP program through the rest of this year.

And we will help hard-hit restaurants prepare meals for the hungry and provide food for families who need it.

We will also invest $3 billion in making sure mothers and their young children have the nutrition they need.

This would not only meet our moral obligation we have to one another, but it would also spur our economy and get restaurant workers back on the job.

As we work to keep people from going hungry, we will also work to keep a roof over their heads to stem the growing housing crisis in America.

Approximately 14 million Americans have fallen behind on rent, many at risk of eviction.

If we don’t act now there will be a wave of evictions and foreclosures in the coming months as the pandemic rages on. This would overwhelm emergency shelters and increase COVID-19 infections as people have nowhere to go and can’t socially distance.

Next week we will take action to extend nationwide restrictions on evictions and foreclosures. This would provide more than 25 million Americans greater stability instead of living on the edge every single month.

And, I am asking Congress to do its part by funding rental assistance for 14 million hard-hit families and tenants. It will also be a bridge to economic recovery for countless mom and pop landlords.

These crises are straining the budgets of states, cities, and tribal communities that are forced to consider layoffs and service reductions. It means the people putting their lives at risk are the very people now at risk of losing their jobs.

Police officers. Firefighters. All first responders. Nurses. Educators. Over the last year, more than 600,000 education jobs have been lost in our cities and towns.

Our rescue plan will provide emergency funding to keep these essential workers on the job and maintain essential services. It will ensure that vaccines are administered and schools can re-open.

Vice President-elect Harris and I have been speaking with county officials, mayors, and governors of both parties on a regular basis. We are ready to work with them to help get the relief they need.

Our rescue plan will also help small businesses that are the engines of our economic growth and economy as a whole. They are the glue that holds communities together.

But they are hurting badly, and they account for nearly half of the entire U.S. workforce.

Our rescue plan will provide flexible grants to help the hardest hit small businesses survive the pandemic. And low-cost capital to help entrepreneurs of all backgrounds create and maintain jobs, plus provide the essential goods and services that communities depend on.

Last week, I laid out how we will make sure our emergency small business relief is distributed swiftly and equitably.

It will focus on small businesses on Main Street. It will focus on minority-owned small businesses and women-owned small businesses finally having equal access to the resources they need to reopen and rebuild. And, we will be responsible with taxpayer dollars ensuring accountability that reduces waste, fraud, or abuse like we did with the Recovery Act during the Obama-Biden Administration.

Direct cash payments. Extended unemployment insurance. Rent relief. Food assistance. Keeping essential frontline workers on the job. Aid to small businesses.

These are key elements of the American Rescue Plan that would lift 12 million Americans out of poverty and cut child poverty in half.

That’s 5 million children lifted out of poverty.

Our plan would reduce poverty in the Black community by one-third. It would reduce poverty in the Hispanic community by almost forty percent.

And it includes much more, like an increase of the minimum wage to at least $15 an hour. No one working 40 hours a week should still be below the poverty line.

It includes access to affordable child care that will enable parents, particularly women, to get back to work.

I look forward to working with members of Congress from both parties to move quickly to get the American Rescue Plan to the American people.

And then we can move with equal urgency and bipartisanship to my Build Back Better Recovery Plan that I will call for next month to generate even more economic growth.

American manufacturing was the arsenal of democracy in World War II. It will be so again. Imagine the future Made in America in all of America and all by Americans. We will use taxpayer dollars to rebuild America. We will buy American products and support millions of American manufacturing jobs and enhance our competitive strength in an increasingly competitive world.

Imagine historic investments in Research & Development to sharpen America’s innovative edge in markets where global leadership is up for grabs, markets like battery technology, artificial intelligence, biotechnology, and clean energy.

Imagine confronting the climate crisis with American jobs and ingenuity leading the world.

It’s time to stop talking about infrastructure and finally start building it. Millions of good-paying jobs that put Americans to work rebuilding our roads, bridges, and ports to make them more climate resilient, to make it faster, cheaper, and cleaner to transport American-made goods across our country and around the world.

And, imagine millions of jobs in our caregiving economy to ease the financial burden of caring for young children and aging loved ones. Let’s make sure our caregivers, mostly women, women of color, and immigrants, have the pay and dignity they deserve.

We can do these bold, practical things now.

I know what I just described will not come cheaply. But failing to do so will cost us dearly. The consensus among leading economists is we simply cannot afford not to do it.

Independent, respected institutions from around the world from the Federal Reserve to the International Monetary Fund have underscored the urgency. Even Wall Street firms have reinforced the logic.

If we invest now, boldly, smartly, and with an unwavering focus on American workers and families we will strengthen our economy, reduce inequity, and put our nation’s long term finances on a more sustainable course.

And where we are making permanent investments as I said on the campaign, we will pay for them by making sure that everyone pays their fair share in taxes.

We can do it without punishing anyone by closing tax loopholes for companies that ship American jobs overseas or that allow American companies to pay zero in federal income taxes.

Asking everyone to pay their fair share so we can make permanent investments to rescue and rebuild America is the right thing for our economy, it’s the fair thing and decent thing to do.

But we not only have an economic imperative to act now, we have a moral obligation.

In this pandemic, in America, we cannot let people go hungry.

We cannot let people get evicted.

We cannot watch nurses and educators and others lose their jobs.

We must act now and decisively.

My fellow Americans, the decisions we make in the next few weeks and months will determine whether we thrive in a way that benefits all Americans, or whether we stay stuck in a place where those at the top do great while economic growth for most everyone else is just a spectator sport — where America’s prospects dim, not brighten.

They will determine whether we reassert American leadership and outcompete our competitors in the global economy or whether we watch them catch up and pass us by.

Together I know we will choose a path that includes all Americans so we own the 21st Century.

But even with all of these bold steps, it will take time to get where we need to be. There will be stumbles. But I will always be honest with you about both the progress we’re making and the setbacks we meet.

Here’s the deal — the more people we vaccinate, and the faster we do it, the sooner we can save lives put this pandemic behind us and get back to our lives and loved ones.

The sooner we can rescue and rebuild our economy.

I know it’s been nearly a year that’s tested us beyond measure.

For all of you who have lost someone my heart goes out to you. I know what it’s like to stare at the empty chair. For those who have fallen on hard times, I know you can never get back what you lost.

But as your president, I know that every day matters, and every person matters.

From the very first to the nearly 400,000 lost American souls and counting, and to the millions of you just looking for a fighting chance in this economy: I will not forget what you’re going through. We understand what you’re going through.

We will not give up.

We will come back together.

While we didn’t get into all of this overnight, we won’t get out of it overnight, and we can’t do it as a divided nation. The only way we come through this is together as fellow Americans and as the United States of America.

And when we do, there is nothing beyond our capacity.

Out of all the peril of this moment I want you to know, I see all the promise as well.

I remain as optimistic about America as I have ever been.

Come Wednesday, we begin a new chapter.

May God bless you all.

May God protect our troops.


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No Subject
Posted on: 2021-01-15 13:07:14   By: Anonymous
 
Joe, Worst President Ever ! sniveler I can do that to...

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    Re:
    Posted on: 2021-01-15 13:08:46   By: Anonymous
     
    joe's over in the corner licking his nuts...

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      Re:
      Posted on: 2021-01-15 14:20:36   By: Anonymous
       
      Profanity

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        Re:
        Posted on: 2021-01-15 15:38:17   By: Anonymous
         
        In our nation's capitol and at state capitols in almost every state in the country large numbers of national guards and law enforcement are being deployed to protect lives and property from Trump's Republican Terrorists. Not Antifa, not BLM, not Iranians or Al Qaeda, but Republican Terrorists.

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          Re:
          Posted on: 2021-01-15 18:42:14   By: Anonymous
           
          And just plain mental defectives like those you replied to.

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          Re:
          Posted on: 2021-01-15 20:02:10   By: Anonymous
           
          Yes, Republican, white, male, older, racist, domestic terrorists. You know, like half the population of this county. Actually more than half in Valley Sprang and Anal Cramp.

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          Re: /\/\ In our nation's capitol...
          Posted on: 2021-01-16 20:51:23   By: Anonymous
           
          Correction-there is no such thing as "Trump terrorists." You need to get your facts right!

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    Re: An actual leader
    Posted on: 2021-01-15 14:05:35   By: Anonymous
     
    Trump never acknowledged one person that died from covid. Instead, he focused on Wuhan. Actual Americans have been dieing.
    Biden isn't even president yet and he actually has a plan.
    The Sniveler

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      Re: An actual leader
      Posted on: 2021-01-16 17:11:48   By: Anonymous
       
      His plan is to do what Trump announced he was doing and would continue doing! Same-o same-o!!!

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No Subject
Posted on: 2021-01-15 13:16:24   By: Anonymous
 
So reassuring to hear a president who can actually speak in coherent, complete sentences but more importantly, with a plan. As opposed to pretending issues don't exist and later blaming them on others. A leader again in the WH who knows how to work with others, thank God.

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    Re:
    Posted on: 2021-01-15 13:59:24   By: Anonymous
     
    Man...u definitely have NOT been listening to the same Joe Biden I have been hearing the last few months. Get back to us in about 6 months and give us an updated opinion. It is going to be UUUUGGLYYY and I really don't think you'll be thanking God!

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      Re:
      Posted on: 2021-01-15 14:32:08   By: Anonymous
       
      Man and you definitely have not been listening to Trump talk in circles and never answering a direct question the last 6 months. Not to mention throws ANYONE under the bus who decides to disagree with him including his own party. Crazy how the second someone he once agreed with and supported decides he's not number 1 they're terrible people. Both sides aren't great but I've never seen a nation so DIVIDED under Trump and that's something you can't pretend you haven't noticed. Unfortunately politics is all about compromise for both sides and both sides having to sacrifice something they want. As an ex Trump supporter it's time to realize he barely represents the Republican party at all anymore

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        Posted on: 2021-01-15 16:50:55   By: Anonymous
         
        "Both sides aren't great but I've never seen a nation so DIVIDED under Trump and that's something you can't pretend you haven't noticed. "

        Just what in the he77 is wrong with you? The big divide started long before President Trump. Both parties were one in the same, didn't matter which one won anymore. At least we moved forward and made some change.

        Now you think it is going to he wonderful to go back to even worse divide. We are just going back to the old corruption we all knew was happening. Cant you see how happy they all are to be able to hide what they have done while back in office? Going backwards is not, never will be a way to bring our country out of the darkness we have been for many, many years. Just the child predation they were doing should make you physically sick!

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          Posted on: 2021-01-15 17:13:25   By: Anonymous
           
          Right. Now we have the Nazis on one side and the Democrats on the other. Great two party system.

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          Re:
          Posted on: 2021-01-16 09:37:03   By: Anonymous
           
          You truly have blinded yourself if you think the country was anywhere near this divided before Trump began his campaign. From the start he came out like “Mexicans are murderers and rapist.” And people like you went “Ah finally! A great unifier.” lol? So willfully ignorant. Families and friends have been divided by Trump in ways that politics haven’t affected people since the Civil War.

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            Posted on: 2021-01-16 15:07:49   By: Anonymous
             
            Trump is the dirty liar that really started it by constantly squawking that Obama wasn't an American citizen. And he even lied over and over that he had evidence, like always, it was all his BS, just lie after lie after lie. The rest of his life should be rotten.

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      Re: uuuugggglllyy
      Posted on: 2021-01-15 16:52:57   By: Anonymous
       
      That's because Trump's ranting and raving has been music to your ears.
      The rest of us thought fingernails on a chalkboard.

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    Re:
    Posted on: 2021-01-15 14:19:22   By: Anonymous
     
    AHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA YOU MUST OF BEEN DRUNK SILLY THE LAST SIX MONTHS OR IN SOLITARY CONFINEMENT AHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA

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    Re:
    Posted on: 2021-01-16 06:00:15   By: Anonymous
     
    Anyone can when speaking from a TelePrompTer.

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Hey Republicans, you VP- Elect Slut is asking for a Transfer of Power as peaceful as 2016
Posted on: 2021-01-15 14:16:47   By: Anonymous
 
"Vice President-elect Kamala Harris said Thursday "a peaceful transfer of power" ranks among the traditions of U.S. democracy. Well that didn't happen in 2016 VP-elect Kamala Skank. I mean unless her lips were wrapped around all the male member politician's schlongs in Calif how could Joe's How not know that? So the only reason she got pick for being "under" Joe 😉really must be because she's Black.
Looks like most state's capitols will shortly be heavily guarded. Congratulations Proud Boys, you finally got billing like whining liberals and BLM ( Burning, Looting, Murderers) hate group members. Now don't forget what the slut is demanding of you, a peaceful transfer of power, just like in 2016 when Hillary bought a fake Steele Dossier and the Obama administration and their democrat led FBI and DOJ knowingly knew it was fake, tried to overturn the election. So wear your mask, no phones, no cars with bluetooth and show them you did not forget.

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    Re: Hey Republicans, you VP- Elect Slut is asking for a Transfer of Power as peaceful as 2016
    Posted on: 2021-01-15 14:54:48   By: Anonymous
     
    ^^^Talk about a nut job!

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      Re: Hey Republicans, you VP- Elect Slut is asking for a Transfer of Power as peaceful as 2016
      Posted on: 2021-01-15 15:00:20   By: Anonymous
       
      Joe will not be my president, he's got one foot on a banana peel already...

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        Re: Hey Republicans, you VP- Elect Slut is asking for a Transfer of Power as peaceful as 2016
        Posted on: 2021-01-15 17:45:00   By: Anonymous
         
        Show me the states where Biden won't be president again? I can't find the map.

        Be supportive. Be grateful.

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          Re: Hey Republicans, you VP- Elect Slut is asking for a Transfer of Power as peaceful as 2016
          Posted on: 2021-01-15 21:18:47   By: Anonymous
           
          Where You ?

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      Re: Hey Republicans, you VP- Elect Slut is asking for a Transfer of Power as peaceful as 2016
      Posted on: 2021-01-15 15:46:51   By: Anonymous
       
      A nut job and a sexual deviant.
      Hopefully the parole office in this county is monitoring this sexual deviant closely.
      I'm surprised tpt and John have allowed his posts to continue. His content is an embarrassment to the people of our county that can handle differing views.

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        Re: Hey Republicans, you VP- Elect Slut is asking for a Transfer of Power as peaceful as 2016
        Posted on: 2021-01-15 15:58:31   By: Anonymous
         
        ^^ I'm winking at you with my brown eye

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          Re: Hey Republicans, you VP- Elect Slut is asking for a Transfer of Power as peaceful as 2016
          Posted on: 2021-01-15 16:00:53   By: Anonymous
           
          Kamala sporting a 12"er...

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            Re: Hey Republicans, you VP- Elect Slut is asking for a Transfer of Power as peaceful as 2016
            Posted on: 2021-01-15 16:13:35   By: Anonymous
             
            Fingers Joe is a perverted, demented, old fu*k who needs to be put in a nursing home. He doesn't know what the fu*k he is doing except he knows when he fingers pussy.

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            Re: Hey Republicans, you VP- Elect Slut is asking for a Transfer of Power as peaceful as 2016
            Posted on: 2021-01-15 16:17:07   By: Anonymous
             
            Ole grab ass Joe probably won't last a year , Camela will make sure of that .

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        Re: /\/\ A nut job in this...
        Posted on: 2021-01-17 12:07:00   By: Anonymous
         
        Please let me know who this sexual deviant is in this county. I believe there are 50+ as per Megan's list in Calaveras from different towns. I would really like to know.

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    Re: Hey Republicans, you VP- Elect Slut is asking for a Transfer of Power as peaceful as 2016
    Posted on: 2021-01-16 09:42:34   By: Anonymous
     
    You’re so stupid if you don’t think there was a perfectly peaceful transfer of power. It’s not Obama’s fault that members of Trump campaign were reaching out to Russia and working with them to hurt Hillary... stop acting like dozens of people didn’t plead guilty or receive indictments. Clinton immediately conceded and Obama had his team prepare loads of transition documents to help Trumps team come in - documents which ended up in the dumpsters at Trumps hotel. Get in touch with reality, I’m begging you.

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Excellent leader
Posted on: 2021-01-15 17:12:01   By: Anonymous
 
Such a professional leader - nothing like the "big one" that we just FIRED!!!!!!!!!!!

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    Re: Excellent leader
    Posted on: 2021-01-15 17:37:34   By: Anonymous
     
    Sloppy Joe is far from a professional leader. He won't last his term and will be impeached from the Russian scandal and from all of the women that he has yet to finger. Come on Joe, let your fingers do the walking.

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      Re: Excellent leader
      Posted on: 2021-01-15 17:45:53   By: Anonymous
       
      "the Russian scandal". God.. you sound like one of those Maga lunatics. Move on.

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        Re: Excellent leader
        Posted on: 2021-01-15 20:04:39   By: Anonymous
         
        FUK every last MAGA maggot in this country.

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          Re: /\/\ Fuk every...
          Posted on: 2021-01-15 20:19:22   By: Anonymous
           
          Go Trump 2024 and lets MAGA!

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          Re: Excellent leader
          Posted on: 2021-01-15 20:21:29   By: Anonymous
           
          Spoken like a true Hillbilly Redneck. Go fu*k yourself!

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            Re: Excellent leader
            Posted on: 2021-01-15 21:21:07   By: Anonymous
             
            Sniveler go FUK YOURSELF...

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            Re: Excellent leader
            Posted on: 2021-01-16 12:03:33   By: Anonymous
             
            Q: How stupid do you have to be to think rednecks vote dem?

            A: You must either be stevie are stupid, or as stupid as he "are".


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Re:
Posted on: 2021-01-15 23:06:52   By: Anonymous
 
Anyone can when speaking from a TelePrompter

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    Re: "Weekend with Biden"
    Posted on: 2021-01-16 08:47:40   By: Anonymous
     
    I can see the movie "Weekend With Bernie" making a comeback now that Joe's in the news. I believe he will never be seen or heard except if there is a teleprompter close by. Other than to say hi or goodbye he will be incapable of answering questions or improvising like his predecessor. Other than the calamity he will bring it will provide some of the funniest sound bytes ever!

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      Re: "Weekend with Biden"
      Posted on: 2021-01-16 09:15:16   By: Anonymous
       
      To all Biden lemmings.....be careful what you wish for.

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        No Subject
        Posted on: 2021-01-16 09:23:20   By: Anonymous
         
        Trump was the worst in history. A total disgrece

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          Re:
          Posted on: 2021-01-16 11:00:47   By: Anonymous
           
          Get over it...

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            Re:
            Posted on: 2021-01-16 12:08:23   By: Anonymous
             
            Most Americans are thrilled his reign of incompetence is over.

            I cannot believe how much you inbreds love rooting for a LOSER. Come on, get on the winning team instead of the whining team, BWAHAHAHAHA!!

            In my next post, I'll differentiate between winning and whining, because the dump humpers apparently don't know the difference.

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              Re: whining
              Posted on: 2021-01-16 16:14:22   By: Anonymous
               
              The losers that support Trump aren't so much whining as they are boasting.
              They still think Trump will remain president and that he will continue to MAGA.
              Most of the supporters are as delusional as the idiot in chief.

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                Re: whining
                Posted on: 2021-01-17 07:29:14   By: Anonymous
                 
                Y’all should call this thang the “stump branch” not the pine tree!

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