Monday, November 2, 2020

Trump Campaign Manager Details Data: ‘Democrats Should Be Nervous’

                                                                               FORT WAYNE, IN - NOVEMBER 05: U.S. President Donald Trump arrives at a campaign rally for Republican Senate candidate Mike Braun at the County War Memorial Coliseum November 5, 2018 in Fort Wayne, Indiana. Braun is facing first-term Sen. Joe Donnelly (D-IN) in tomorrow's midterm election. Trump is campaigning nationwide …

President Donald Trump’s campaign manager, Bill Stepien, detailed Monday positive data showing that he would outperform former Vice President Joe Biden on Election day.

“President Trump has the momentum in this race and the math available to him to win on Election Day,” Stepien wrote on Twitter, dismissing the “bluster” from pollsters and pundits about what to expect in the election.

“You’ve been seeing reports of Democrats being nervous, and well, they should be,” he continued.

Stepien detailed data showing Trump improving on his 2016 position in ballots cast in important swing states.

“President Trump is ahead of where he was in 2016, by a very key measure. It’s the measure that actually matters. Votes cast, and votes left to be cast,” he said.

Stepien said that Biden was foolish to campaign in Ohio on his last day of the campaign, noting that the makeup of the electorate favored Democrats by just 0.6 points.

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Nate Silver: Without winning Pennsylvania, 'Biden becomes an underdog'

Via Warren

"This coming from the man who for the past few months has been saying that Biden has something like a 95 percent chance of winning the presidency. Don't be swayed by the polls. Vote."

 Nate Silver: Without winning Pennsylvania, 'Biden becomes an underdog' founder Nate Silver said over the weekend that Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden will become “an underdog" if he doesn't win Pennsylvania's 20 electoral votes on Tuesday.

Speaking on ABC's "This Week," Silver said the presidential race will come down to the Keystone State.

“Pennsylvania has not bumped up to a 7- or 8-point Biden lead like we see in Michigan and Wisconsin,” Silver said. "It’s not a big early voting state, so a lot of votes have not yet been cast in Pennsylvania.” founder Nate Silver said over the weekend that Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden will become “an underdog" if he doesn't win Pennsylvania's 20 electoral votes on Tuesday.

Speaking on ABC's "This Week," Silver said the presidential race will come down to the Keystone State.

“Pennsylvania has not bumped up to a 7- or 8-point Biden lead like we see in Michigan and Wisconsin,” Silver said. "It’s not a big early voting state, so a lot of votes have not yet been cast in Pennsylvania.”

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I Am Your Confederate Ancestor

 Re-post 2012.

I Am Your Confederate Ancestor 

By Trooper Jim DeArman, CSA

CO. B, 37th Texas Calvary(Terrell's)

I am your Confederate ancestor.

Remember me?
When our country needed me,
I answered the call.

Do not forget me!

I was willing and did give up everything,
Sacrificed all, for country and you.
I faced deprivation, starvation,
faced the winter in tattered uniforms,
marched for miles with no shoes.

In Northern POW camps,
ill treatment was the norm,
intentionally withheld medical treatment,festering wounds,
allowed to freeze in the winter, and forced to endure sickness,
with hopes we would die.

I proudly fought under our flag,
for the constitutional republic we desired.
I rallied and faced an army that most of the time,
outnumbered us and was better equipped.

I gave my all and did my best,no sacrifice was to great.
No duty to small.

It was for you I did this,Without expecting any reward.
I suffered horrible wounds,and watched the angle of death,
cut vast lines of men down.

I bled for you,soaking the earth,I died for you.

Our families heeded the call,
they suffered under the boot of the Union army,
sacrificing farms, homes, possessions,
years of hardships we endured.

Will our self-sacrifices and heroic deeds,
be forgotten and perish from your memory?
My blood consecrated the ground of our country.
I gave my life for our people and it's land.

I died a heroic death for our independence,
on the battlefields of Shiloh, Chickamauga, Gettysburg.

Behold our bodies laid out in long lines,
the indignity of buried like garbage in mass trenches.
Our faces changed, death reflected in our eyes,
we breathe not, forevermore.

Behold, our mothers, wives, family,
heads bowed down,
silently grieving us who will never return.

Some buried forever in Yankee soil.
Our friends choked with tears.
The burden of losing us, having to bury us, to entomb us.

We did not betray you!

Our muskets still by our side,
ammo pouches empty,
We fought till the last man.

Just as our blood spilled out step by step,
We did all we could, every last man, never to rise.

Only when you forget us, do we truly die.
Only when you turn your back on us, are we truly gone.

Stand up for us!
Fight for us now!

For we carried your name, till death closed our eyes.
Do not let our sacrifice, die with us, our memory!

Raise the flag we fought for, wave it proudly from on high!

Are you ashamed of us, or to weak of heart to carry on?

The banner has been passed to you,
do not let it fall or falter,
the battle is now yours.

Remember me, I did not shirk my duty,
remember me, our bodies laid out in long lines,
But I can arise and live again,

But only through you!

Eileen Parker Zoellner

"The war against COMMUNISM so today’s snowflakes could have the freedom to vote for COMMUNISTS."

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Uncaptioned photo of men from Alpha Co. 3/7, 199th LIB crossing a waterway while on patrol in Vietnam. 1969 - 1970 Photo via SSgt. Brian Brown, Alpha Co. 3/7

Yale Psychiatrist Suggests Middle America May Need To Be 'Leveled' Like Dresden to Stop Trump

Middle America may need to be "leveled" like Dresden in order to break the Hitler-esque "spell" Trump has on his supporters, Yale psychiatrist Bandy X Lee appeared to suggest in a post on Twitter.

Lee, who bills herself as an "expert on global violence prevention," wrote Wednesday on Twitter (Archive):

It Began With A Lie


“Everyone should do all in his power to collect and disseminate the truth, in the hope that it may find a place in history and descend to posterity. History is not the relation of campaigns and battles and generals or other individuals, but that which shows the principles for which the South contended and which justified her struggle for those principles.” ~ Gen. Robert E. Lee

“The principle for which we contend is bound to reassert itself, though it may be at another time and in another form.” President Jefferson Davis, C.S.A.

Most people are familiar with that terrible and bloody conflict wherein a great deal more died than men and women, as “the Civil War”, but is that name accurate or even appropriate? The definition of a “civil war” is as follows: a war between opposing groups within a nation for the control of that nation.

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This video will get President Donald J. Trump re-elected! Red wave in Arizona!

Top 8 Ways Big Tech Has Tried to Fix the Election


Big Tech has worked hard to influence the 2020 presidential election to aid the left.

The major social media sites have restricted conservative content, censored the president of the United States and even silenced content from a major news organization because it embarrassed the Democrat nominee.

Facebook and Twitter smothered a bombshell story from the New York Post that scandalized the Biden Campaign in mid-October. The same two companies have also censored Trump 65 times while leaving his opponent, former Vice President Joe Biden, unrestricted.

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‘He Flip-Flopped’: Dr. Fauci’s Restaurant-Owning Relatives Are Done With His Lockdown Message

 WASHINGTON, DC - SEPTEMBER 23: Anthony Fauci, director of National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases at NIH, looks on before testifying at a Senate Health, Education, and Labor and Pensions Committee on Capitol Hill, on September 23, 2020 in Washington, DC. Dr. Fauci addressed the testing of vaccines and if they will be ready by the end of the year or early 2021. (Photo by Graeme Jennings- Pool/Getty Images)

According to a new survey released by the National Restaurant Association, a staggering 100,000 restaurants have closed on a permanent or long-term basis in the U.S. That’s nearly 1 in 6 restaurants shuttered and 3 million restaurant employees out of work. Restaurants are closing at an alarming rate, and without help, they fear it’s only going to get worse.

Dr. Anthony Fauci’s cousin, a restaurateur in New York, is bemoaning his famous relative’s continued talk of restrictions and lockdowns to fight the coronavirus pandemic.

Fauci, 79, is the director of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases, and had a heavy influence on the Trump administration’s response to the coronavirus early on. He’s also been one of the chief proponents of restrictive lockdown measures to slow the pandemic’s spread. His cousin, also named Anthony Fauci, is the 84-year-old founder of La Fontana restaurant in Staten Island.

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“We’ve never seen so many people register to vote and change their affiliation,”

Jack Hibbs

Church leaders have also witnessed a significant political response in the community. “We’ve never seen so many people register to vote and change their affiliation,” said Hibbs.

The reason, he suggested, is the downward trajectory of the Democrat-controlled state, which the pandemic has made only more dramatic.

“I believe California has hit rock bottom,” he said. “And people are saying, ‘This is enough.’”

The election, said Hibbs, is extremely important “because as much as the politics are important, California is going to make a decision about if it’s going to survive or not.”

A little over a month after the state imposed stringent “lockdown” policies in the name of combating COVID-19 — and after multiple failed attempts to get Democratic California Gov. Gavin Newsom to respond to requests for guidance — Pastor Jack Hibbs decided the best thing he could do in this time of national crisis was to give people in his community access to the most “essential” of institutions: the church.

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WOW: "Trump Supporters - Unbelievable"

 Via John "The Trump movement has an army, a navy, and a cavalry. We are unstoppable "

Obama, Clinton, Biden and Trump

The Rev. Bryan Dabney


Thought you might enjoy this comment from Breitbart.  Shakespeare once said that "brevity is the soul of wit" and if that is so this below ought to be a classic.

                                                Deo Vindice,


Obama called me Bitter Clinger.

Clinton Called me deplorable.

Biden calls me Ugly People.

Trump calls me American.

I'm voting for Trump.

A comment from "Will Hunt" in response to an article  entitled, Watch: Joe Biden Melts Down at Trump Supporters in Minnesota: ‘Ugly Folks’ as published on , 10-30-20.
Love it!
Good one!

Trump Has Torn the Mask Off the Liberal Media

 WSJ Opinion: Why Is the Media Protecting Joe Biden?

The press resents him because he exposes its bias.

Why does the media hate Donald Trump so much? There are all kinds of theories, but only one really makes sense: We are a country at odds over the most fundamental principles of ideology, economics, religion, race, culture, morality—even our own history. The media is on one side of that metaphorical war, and President Trump calls it out.

In this dispute the two sides have always been known to the participants, but the media doesn’t identify them publicly. A major part of the mainstream media’s strategy has been to preserve the perception of its neutrality and keep its role as hidden as possible. It has been criticized in the past for its liberal bias—by conservatives. But never by a sitting president with such effectiveness. (Richard Nixon mostly delegated the job to Vice President Spiro Agnew.) By treating the media for what it is—a belligerent in the culture war—Mr. Trump has done it irreparable damage.

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