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Sep 21, 2022 16:22:53   #
336Robin Loc: North Carolina
 
Just another excuse for Republicans to note tighten up election security.

They want to try and steal the election again.


ABC News

House GOP leaders want their members to vote against election reform bill, claiming it's ineffective
:

TAL AXELROD and MARIAM KHAN
Tue, September 20, 2022 at 5:14 PM


House GOP leadership said Tuesday that it is formally whipping Republican members to vote against a bipartisan bill that seeks to reform the counting of presidential electoral votes in order to blunt challenges to the results of a White House race.

A spokesperson for House Minority Whip Steve Scalise, R-La., confirmed to ABC News that party leaders will press fellow Republicans to oppose the bill. Earlier Tuesday, House Majority Leader Steny Hoyer, D-Md., told reporters there would be a Wednesday vote on the bill, which was crafted by Reps. Zoe Lofgren, D-Calif., and Liz Cheney, R-Wyo, two leading members of the House committee investigating Jan. 6.

"In their continued fixation to inject the Federal government into elections, this legislation runs counter to reforms necessary to strengthen the integrity of our elections," Scalise's office said in guidance explaining why leadership wants Republicans to vote "no."

Should all Democrats back the bill, it would still pass the House, where the party has a narrow majority.


The bill seeks changes to the 135-year-old Electoral Count Act, which former President Donald Trump and his allies sought to use to overturn the results of the 2020 presidential race, the Jan. 6 committee has said.

Among other things, the proposed legislation affirms that the vice president's role in overseeing the Electoral College count after each election is solely ceremonial -- a reform in recognition of the intense pressure then-Vice President Mike Pence was under on Jan. 6, 2021, to reject slates of electors for victor Joe Biden. The new bill also requires that one-third of lawmakers from each congressional chamber back an objection to the electoral results before a vote, up from the current threshold that requires any objection to win support from just one House member and one senator to trigger a vote.


The House bill also mandates that governors transmit state results to Congress and bars election officials from not certifying their state's election results.

Similar legislation was proposed in the Senate after bipartisan talks that included Sens. Joe Manchin, D-W.Va, and Susan Collins, R-Maine.

The two bills are similar, though the Senate legislation sets a lower threshold to introduce objections to the electoral count.

MORE: Manchin, Collins cite Jan. 6 as they push reforms to 1887 Electoral Count Act

It's unclear which proposal will be able to garner more support, but Democrats are insistent that some kind of election bill make it to President Biden's desk.

"Failure is not an option. We've got to put a piece of reform on the president's desk. We've got to protect democracy. That's what all of us, that's what the entire Democratic caucus wants. That's what the Jan. 6 committee members want. That's our focus," Rep. Pete Aguilar, D-Calif. and a member of the committee, told reporters Tuesday morning. "But, you know, in the short term, let's see which chambers pass bills. I think that's important."

House GOP leaders want their members to vote against election reform bill, claiming it's ineffective originally appeared on abcnews.go.com

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Sep 21, 2022 16:33:01   #
Liberty Tree
 
336Robin wrote:
Just another excuse for Republicans to note tighten up election security.

They want to try and steal the election again.


ABC News

House GOP leaders want their members to vote against election reform bill, claiming it's ineffective
:

TAL AXELROD and MARIAM KHAN
Tue, September 20, 2022 at 5:14 PM


House GOP leadership said Tuesday that it is formally whipping Republican members to vote against a bipartisan bill that seeks to reform the counting of presidential electoral votes in order to blunt challenges to the results of a White House race.

A spokesperson for House Minority Whip Steve Scalise, R-La., confirmed to ABC News that party leaders will press fellow Republicans to oppose the bill. Earlier Tuesday, House Majority Leader Steny Hoyer, D-Md., told reporters there would be a Wednesday vote on the bill, which was crafted by Reps. Zoe Lofgren, D-Calif., and Liz Cheney, R-Wyo, two leading members of the House committee investigating Jan. 6.

"In their continued fixation to inject the Federal government into elections, this legislation runs counter to reforms necessary to strengthen the integrity of our elections," Scalise's office said in guidance explaining why leadership wants Republicans to vote "no."

Should all Democrats back the bill, it would still pass the House, where the party has a narrow majority.


The bill seeks changes to the 135-year-old Electoral Count Act, which former President Donald Trump and his allies sought to use to overturn the results of the 2020 presidential race, the Jan. 6 committee has said.

Among other things, the proposed legislation affirms that the vice president's role in overseeing the Electoral College count after each election is solely ceremonial -- a reform in recognition of the intense pressure then-Vice President Mike Pence was under on Jan. 6, 2021, to reject slates of electors for victor Joe Biden. The new bill also requires that one-third of lawmakers from each congressional chamber back an objection to the electoral results before a vote, up from the current threshold that requires any objection to win support from just one House member and one senator to trigger a vote.


The House bill also mandates that governors transmit state results to Congress and bars election officials from not certifying their state's election results.

Similar legislation was proposed in the Senate after bipartisan talks that included Sens. Joe Manchin, D-W.Va, and Susan Collins, R-Maine.

The two bills are similar, though the Senate legislation sets a lower threshold to introduce objections to the electoral count.

MORE: Manchin, Collins cite Jan. 6 as they push reforms to 1887 Electoral Count Act

It's unclear which proposal will be able to garner more support, but Democrats are insistent that some kind of election bill make it to President Biden's desk.

"Failure is not an option. We've got to put a piece of reform on the president's desk. We've got to protect democracy. That's what all of us, that's what the entire Democratic caucus wants. That's what the Jan. 6 committee members want. That's our focus," Rep. Pete Aguilar, D-Calif. and a member of the committee, told reporters Tuesday morning. "But, you know, in the short term, let's see which chambers pass bills. I think that's important."

House GOP leaders want their members to vote against election reform bill, claiming it's ineffective originally appeared on abcnews.go.com
Just another excuse for Republicans to note tighte... (show quote)


If Democrats are for it then it must fit their devious plans. It sure isn't because they want fairness.

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Sep 21, 2022 16:44:04   #
RandyBrian
 
Liberty Tree wrote:
If Democrats are for it then it must fit their devious plans. It sure isn't because they want fairness.


I agree. Until they regain some honesty, EVERY bill supported by Democrat leadership should be opposed. The word "bipartisan" should never be used if the only ones supporting it are rinos.

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Sep 21, 2022 17:07:17   #
Parky60 Loc: People's Republic of Illinois
 
delete

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Sep 21, 2022 17:14:16   #
Weswill
 
I am not sure but don't our construction provide the guidance to how we are to conduct elections and certify the votes??
And if the constitution has those guidance already embedded in the constitution, would there have to be an amendment to the constitution put on the ballot in all states so the people can vote on it to change the constitution?? Not just a law changing the constitution by politicians??
Just wandering.

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Sep 21, 2022 17:46:23   #
elledee
 
336Robin wrote:
Just another excuse for Republicans to note tighten up election security.

They want to try and steal the election again.


ABC News

House GOP leaders want their members to vote against election reform bill, claiming it's ineffective
:

TAL AXELROD and MARIAM KHAN
Tue, September 20, 2022 at 5:14 PM


House GOP leadership said Tuesday that it is formally whipping Republican members to vote against a bipartisan bill that seeks to reform the counting of presidential electoral votes in order to blunt challenges to the results of a White House race.

A spokesperson for House Minority Whip Steve Scalise, R-La., confirmed to ABC News that party leaders will press fellow Republicans to oppose the bill. Earlier Tuesday, House Majority Leader Steny Hoyer, D-Md., told reporters there would be a Wednesday vote on the bill, which was crafted by Reps. Zoe Lofgren, D-Calif., and Liz Cheney, R-Wyo, two leading members of the House committee investigating Jan. 6.

"In their continued fixation to inject the Federal government into elections, this legislation runs counter to reforms necessary to strengthen the integrity of our elections," Scalise's office said in guidance explaining why leadership wants Republicans to vote "no."

Should all Democrats back the bill, it would still pass the House, where the party has a narrow majority.


The bill seeks changes to the 135-year-old Electoral Count Act, which former President Donald Trump and his allies sought to use to overturn the results of the 2020 presidential race, the Jan. 6 committee has said.

Among other things, the proposed legislation affirms that the vice president's role in overseeing the Electoral College count after each election is solely ceremonial -- a reform in recognition of the intense pressure then-Vice President Mike Pence was under on Jan. 6, 2021, to reject slates of electors for victor Joe Biden. The new bill also requires that one-third of lawmakers from each congressional chamber back an objection to the electoral results before a vote, up from the current threshold that requires any objection to win support from just one House member and one senator to trigger a vote.


The House bill also mandates that governors transmit state results to Congress and bars election officials from not certifying their state's election results.

Similar legislation was proposed in the Senate after bipartisan talks that included Sens. Joe Manchin, D-W.Va, and Susan Collins, R-Maine.

The two bills are similar, though the Senate legislation sets a lower threshold to introduce objections to the electoral count.

MORE: Manchin, Collins cite Jan. 6 as they push reforms to 1887 Electoral Count Act

It's unclear which proposal will be able to garner more support, but Democrats are insistent that some kind of election bill make it to President Biden's desk.

"Failure is not an option. We've got to put a piece of reform on the president's desk. We've got to protect democracy. That's what all of us, that's what the entire Democratic caucus wants. That's what the Jan. 6 committee members want. That's our focus," Rep. Pete Aguilar, D-Calif. and a member of the committee, told reporters Tuesday morning. "But, you know, in the short term, let's see which chambers pass bills. I think that's important."

House GOP leaders want their members to vote against election reform bill, claiming it's ineffective originally appeared on abcnews.go.com
Just another excuse for Republicans to note tighte... (show quote)

Hard to believe your so gullible to actually buy into all this demonrat media BS

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Sep 21, 2022 17:54:51   #
rebelwidacoz Loc: Illinois
 
336Robin wrote:
Just another excuse for Republicans to note tighten up election security.

They want to try and steal the election again.


ABC News

House GOP leaders want their members to vote against election reform bill, claiming it's ineffective
:

TAL AXELROD and MARIAM KHAN
Tue, September 20, 2022 at 5:14 PM


House GOP leadership said Tuesday that it is formally whipping Republican members to vote against a bipartisan bill that seeks to reform the counting of presidential electoral votes in order to blunt challenges to the results of a White House race.

A spokesperson for House Minority Whip Steve Scalise, R-La., confirmed to ABC News that party leaders will press fellow Republicans to oppose the bill. Earlier Tuesday, House Majority Leader Steny Hoyer, D-Md., told reporters there would be a Wednesday vote on the bill, which was crafted by Reps. Zoe Lofgren, D-Calif., and Liz Cheney, R-Wyo, two leading members of the House committee investigating Jan. 6.

"In their continued fixation to inject the Federal government into elections, this legislation runs counter to reforms necessary to strengthen the integrity of our elections," Scalise's office said in guidance explaining why leadership wants Republicans to vote "no."

Should all Democrats back the bill, it would still pass the House, where the party has a narrow majority.


The bill seeks changes to the 135-year-old Electoral Count Act, which former President Donald Trump and his allies sought to use to overturn the results of the 2020 presidential race, the Jan. 6 committee has said.

Among other things, the proposed legislation affirms that the vice president's role in overseeing the Electoral College count after each election is solely ceremonial -- a reform in recognition of the intense pressure then-Vice President Mike Pence was under on Jan. 6, 2021, to reject slates of electors for victor Joe Biden. The new bill also requires that one-third of lawmakers from each congressional chamber back an objection to the electoral results before a vote, up from the current threshold that requires any objection to win support from just one House member and one senator to trigger a vote.


The House bill also mandates that governors transmit state results to Congress and bars election officials from not certifying their state's election results.

Similar legislation was proposed in the Senate after bipartisan talks that included Sens. Joe Manchin, D-W.Va, and Susan Collins, R-Maine.

The two bills are similar, though the Senate legislation sets a lower threshold to introduce objections to the electoral count.

MORE: Manchin, Collins cite Jan. 6 as they push reforms to 1887 Electoral Count Act

It's unclear which proposal will be able to garner more support, but Democrats are insistent that some kind of election bill make it to President Biden's desk.

"Failure is not an option. We've got to put a piece of reform on the president's desk. We've got to protect democracy. That's what all of us, that's what the entire Democratic caucus wants. That's what the Jan. 6 committee members want. That's our focus," Rep. Pete Aguilar, D-Calif. and a member of the committee, told reporters Tuesday morning. "But, you know, in the short term, let's see which chambers pass bills. I think that's important."

House GOP leaders want their members to vote against election reform bill, claiming it's ineffective originally appeared on abcnews.go.com
Just another excuse for Republicans to note tighte... (show quote)


When all is said and done the fact remains is that the democratic electoral system worked despite all of Trumps tainted efforts to totally dismantle it.There was just enough democracy loving people that prevented it.Personally in this day and age ,I found them to be Magnificent and totally disingenuous to the agenda of the Devil.

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Sep 21, 2022 18:02:30   #
RascalRiley Loc: Ontario
 
elledee wrote:
Hard to believe your so gullible to actually buy into all this demonrat media BS

There are people who think someone who steals classified docs is a patriot. That is gullible.

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Sep 21, 2022 20:13:00   #
Gatsby
 
336Robin wrote:
Just another excuse for Republicans to note tighten up election security.

They want to try and steal the election again.


ABC News

House GOP leaders want their members to vote against election reform bill, claiming it's ineffective
:

TAL AXELROD and MARIAM KHAN
Tue, September 20, 2022 at 5:14 PM


House GOP leadership said Tuesday that it is formally whipping Republican members to vote against a bipartisan bill that seeks to reform the counting of presidential electoral votes in order to blunt challenges to the results of a White House race.

A spokesperson for House Minority Whip Steve Scalise, R-La., confirmed to ABC News that party leaders will press fellow Republicans to oppose the bill. Earlier Tuesday, House Majority Leader Steny Hoyer, D-Md., told reporters there would be a Wednesday vote on the bill, which was crafted by Reps. Zoe Lofgren, D-Calif., and Liz Cheney, R-Wyo, two leading members of the House committee investigating Jan. 6.

"In their continued fixation to inject the Federal government into elections, this legislation runs counter to reforms necessary to strengthen the integrity of our elections," Scalise's office said in guidance explaining why leadership wants Republicans to vote "no."

Should all Democrats back the bill, it would still pass the House, where the party has a narrow majority.


The bill seeks changes to the 135-year-old Electoral Count Act, which former President Donald Trump and his allies sought to use to overturn the results of the 2020 presidential race, the Jan. 6 committee has said.

Among other things, the proposed legislation affirms that the vice president's role in overseeing the Electoral College count after each election is solely ceremonial -- a reform in recognition of the intense pressure then-Vice President Mike Pence was under on Jan. 6, 2021, to reject slates of electors for victor Joe Biden. The new bill also requires that one-third of lawmakers from each congressional chamber back an objection to the electoral results before a vote, up from the current threshold that requires any objection to win support from just one House member and one senator to trigger a vote.


The House bill also mandates that governors transmit state results to Congress and bars election officials from not certifying their state's election results.

Similar legislation was proposed in the Senate after bipartisan talks that included Sens. Joe Manchin, D-W.Va, and Susan Collins, R-Maine.

The two bills are similar, though the Senate legislation sets a lower threshold to introduce objections to the electoral count.

MORE: Manchin, Collins cite Jan. 6 as they push reforms to 1887 Electoral Count Act

It's unclear which proposal will be able to garner more support, but Democrats are insistent that some kind of election bill make it to President Biden's desk.

"Failure is not an option. We've got to put a piece of reform on the president's desk. We've got to protect democracy. That's what all of us, that's what the entire Democratic caucus wants. That's what the Jan. 6 committee members want. That's our focus," Rep. Pete Aguilar, D-Calif. and a member of the committee, told reporters Tuesday morning. "But, you know, in the short term, let's see which chambers pass bills. I think that's important."

House GOP leaders want their members to vote against election reform bill, claiming it's ineffective originally appeared on abcnews.go.com
Just another excuse for Republicans to note tighte... (show quote)


You got away with your election rigging in 2020, NEVER AGAIN!

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Sep 22, 2022 08:44:20   #
Wonttakeitanymore
 
336Robin wrote:
Just another excuse for Republicans to note tighten up election security.

They want to try and steal the election again.


ABC News

House GOP leaders want their members to vote against election reform bill, claiming it's ineffective
:

TAL AXELROD and MARIAM KHAN
Tue, September 20, 2022 at 5:14 PM


House GOP leadership said Tuesday that it is formally whipping Republican members to vote against a bipartisan bill that seeks to reform the counting of presidential electoral votes in order to blunt challenges to the results of a White House race.

A spokesperson for House Minority Whip Steve Scalise, R-La., confirmed to ABC News that party leaders will press fellow Republicans to oppose the bill. Earlier Tuesday, House Majority Leader Steny Hoyer, D-Md., told reporters there would be a Wednesday vote on the bill, which was crafted by Reps. Zoe Lofgren, D-Calif., and Liz Cheney, R-Wyo, two leading members of the House committee investigating Jan. 6.

"In their continued fixation to inject the Federal government into elections, this legislation runs counter to reforms necessary to strengthen the integrity of our elections," Scalise's office said in guidance explaining why leadership wants Republicans to vote "no."

Should all Democrats back the bill, it would still pass the House, where the party has a narrow majority.


The bill seeks changes to the 135-year-old Electoral Count Act, which former President Donald Trump and his allies sought to use to overturn the results of the 2020 presidential race, the Jan. 6 committee has said.

Among other things, the proposed legislation affirms that the vice president's role in overseeing the Electoral College count after each election is solely ceremonial -- a reform in recognition of the intense pressure then-Vice President Mike Pence was under on Jan. 6, 2021, to reject slates of electors for victor Joe Biden. The new bill also requires that one-third of lawmakers from each congressional chamber back an objection to the electoral results before a vote, up from the current threshold that requires any objection to win support from just one House member and one senator to trigger a vote.


The House bill also mandates that governors transmit state results to Congress and bars election officials from not certifying their state's election results.

Similar legislation was proposed in the Senate after bipartisan talks that included Sens. Joe Manchin, D-W.Va, and Susan Collins, R-Maine.

The two bills are similar, though the Senate legislation sets a lower threshold to introduce objections to the electoral count.

MORE: Manchin, Collins cite Jan. 6 as they push reforms to 1887 Electoral Count Act

It's unclear which proposal will be able to garner more support, but Democrats are insistent that some kind of election bill make it to President Biden's desk.

"Failure is not an option. We've got to put a piece of reform on the president's desk. We've got to protect democracy. That's what all of us, that's what the entire Democratic caucus wants. That's what the Jan. 6 committee members want. That's our focus," Rep. Pete Aguilar, D-Calif. and a member of the committee, told reporters Tuesday morning. "But, you know, in the short term, let's see which chambers pass bills. I think that's important."

House GOP leaders want their members to vote against election reform bill, claiming it's ineffective originally appeared on abcnews.go.com
Just another excuse for Republicans to note tighte... (show quote)

You r the dumb**! They r trying to make sure they keep control! Everything they do they do to keep power and demand more money! Never accomplishing anything to help common folk!

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Sep 22, 2022 11:26:14   #
Smedley_buzkill
 
RascalRiley wrote:
There are people who think someone who steals classified docs is a patriot. That is gullible.


There are people who think the documents were classified. That's gullible.

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Sep 22, 2022 11:30:47   #
Justice101
 
336Robin wrote:
Just another excuse for Republicans to note tighten up election security.

They want to try and steal the election again.


ABC News

House GOP leaders want their members to vote against election reform bill, claiming it's ineffective
:

TAL AXELROD and MARIAM KHAN
Tue, September 20, 2022 at 5:14 PM


House GOP leadership said Tuesday that it is formally whipping Republican members to vote against a bipartisan bill that seeks to reform the counting of presidential electoral votes in order to blunt challenges to the results of a White House race.

A spokesperson for House Minority Whip Steve Scalise, R-La., confirmed to ABC News that party leaders will press fellow Republicans to oppose the bill. Earlier Tuesday, House Majority Leader Steny Hoyer, D-Md., told reporters there would be a Wednesday vote on the bill, which was crafted by Reps. Zoe Lofgren, D-Calif., and Liz Cheney, R-Wyo, two leading members of the House committee investigating Jan. 6.

"In their continued fixation to inject the Federal government into elections, this legislation runs counter to reforms necessary to strengthen the integrity of our elections," Scalise's office said in guidance explaining why leadership wants Republicans to vote "no."

Should all Democrats back the bill, it would still pass the House, where the party has a narrow majority.


The bill seeks changes to the 135-year-old Electoral Count Act, which former President Donald Trump and his allies sought to use to overturn the results of the 2020 presidential race, the Jan. 6 committee has said.

Among other things, the proposed legislation affirms that the vice president's role in overseeing the Electoral College count after each election is solely ceremonial -- a reform in recognition of the intense pressure then-Vice President Mike Pence was under on Jan. 6, 2021, to reject slates of electors for victor Joe Biden. The new bill also requires that one-third of lawmakers from each congressional chamber back an objection to the electoral results before a vote, up from the current threshold that requires any objection to win support from just one House member and one senator to trigger a vote.


The House bill also mandates that governors transmit state results to Congress and bars election officials from not certifying their state's election results.

Similar legislation was proposed in the Senate after bipartisan talks that included Sens. Joe Manchin, D-W.Va, and Susan Collins, R-Maine.

The two bills are similar, though the Senate legislation sets a lower threshold to introduce objections to the electoral count.

MORE: Manchin, Collins cite Jan. 6 as they push reforms to 1887 Electoral Count Act

It's unclear which proposal will be able to garner more support, but Democrats are insistent that some kind of election bill make it to President Biden's desk.

"Failure is not an option. We've got to put a piece of reform on the president's desk. We've got to protect democracy. That's what all of us, that's what the entire Democratic caucus wants. That's what the Jan. 6 committee members want. That's our focus," Rep. Pete Aguilar, D-Calif. and a member of the committee, told reporters Tuesday morning. "But, you know, in the short term, let's see which chambers pass bills. I think that's important."

House GOP leaders want their members to vote against election reform bill, claiming it's ineffective originally appeared on abcnews.go.com
Just another excuse for Republicans to note tighte... (show quote)


The D-rats are still whining and gnashing their teeth because they only had one election where only one Senator signed off on a House member's objection to a state's slate of electors, while they have objected to several elections (in the past) where objections were stated, and they didn't have any Senators willing to sign off. Meanwhile, in the 2020 election over 100 House members objected to the slate of electors in question; showing how their representation to their constituents showed the belief that Biden was not elected according to the laws of the respective states that were being objected to.

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Sep 22, 2022 11:43:02   #
RascalRiley Loc: Ontario
 
Smedley_buzkill wrote:
There are people who think the documents were classified. That's gullible.


The docs were classified. There is no question about that unless you are a member of Donny’s cult.

Now Trump did say/lie about declassification but he did not, could not actually do it. But he does has a vivid imagination.

Trump telling Hannity that he just has to think it and the docs would be declassified.

https://youtu.be/Hcm9FOXjf6M

It is hilarious and it fits right in with the plead insanity defence.

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Sep 22, 2022 11:53:00   #
Parky60 Loc: People's Republic of Illinois
 
RascalRiley wrote:
The docs were classified. There is no question about that unless you are a member of Donny’s cult.

Now Trump did say/lie about declassification but he did not, could not actually do it. But he does has a vivid imagination.

Trump telling Hannity that he just has to think it and the docs would be declassified.

https://youtu.be/Hcm9FOXjf6M

It is hilarious and it fits right in with the plead insanity defence.

It amazes me how well informed you are...NOT!!!

Now, can you get off of Donny for a moment -- I know that it's next to impossible -- who has been out of office for almost TWO YEARS, and address the MUCH more serious subject of your government prepping Canadian children for Euthanasia. You seem to be avoiding it like the plague as this is at least the fourth time I've mentioned it and all I'm getting from you is crickets.

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Sep 22, 2022 12:08:57   #
Justice101
 
Parky60 wrote:
It amazes me how well informed you are...NOT!!!

Now, can you get off of Donny for a moment -- I know that it's next to impossible -- who has been out of office for almost TWO YEARS, and address the MUCH more serious subject of your government prepping Canadian children for Euthanasia. You seem to be avoiding it like the plague as this is at least the fourth time I've mentioned it and all I'm getting from you is crickets.


Rascal is probably worried about someone offering him the needle of death instead of the Covid booster (not much difference). He may be at the end of his usefulness in a socialist-run country.

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