1) Extend Daylight Saving Time.

Covid, the shutdown, riots, looting, wildfires — we’re depressed enough. Do one small favor for the nation in 2020 by giving us another hour of sunlight. The next president can punish us again. (But why would we ever want to lose an hour of daylight in the afternoon? Why? Why? Why?)

During World War II, the long-suffering Britons left their clocks one hour ahead at the end of summer, then added an extra hour ahead when spring came along again. You’ve compared the Wuhan flu to war. Steal this great wartime idea from Britain!

2) Try To Go Seven Weeks Without Being a Fanboy to the Liberal Media.

Ordinary, middle-class people would never have made the mistake of talking to Bob Woodward. Only a massively insecure social climber would say: “OMG! OMG! It’s Bob Woodward!!!”

Honey, guess who I’m talking to? A little reporter by the name of ... BOB WOODWARD!

Woodward’s job is to get people to tell him what they don’t want to tell him. It sounds like he didn’t even have to break a sweat with you.

TRUMP: How about this letter from Kim Jong Un? Pretty cool, huh? You see the way he says “your excellency.” You know who he’s talking about, right? That’s me! Oh and by the way, I printed up a laminated copy for you.

WOODWARD: Really? I can keep this? I’m allowed to take it with me? Thank you, kind sir, thank you!

Working-class people are busting their butts to keep you in office, while you go off and blather a lot of nonsense to Woodward to feed your ego months before the election.

3) Round Up Antifa Criminals, Jail and Prosecute Them.

As badass as your “LAW & ORDER” tweets have been, they don’t seem to have done the job. You can’t keep warning voters about widespread lawlessness if Biden is elected president when there’s already widespread lawlessness and you’re the president. Right now. That’s you. (And congratulations on that again, your excellency.)

4) Open the Country, Close the Border.

Remember how there was going to be a two-week shutdown to “flatten the curve”? Guess what? We’ve flattened it!

It’s been almost six months of everyone staying home, socially distancing and wearing masks. COVID isn’t lurking out there like a back-alley rapist ready to pounce. There aren’t a lot of human carriers left.

In early May, about a third of all COVID deaths in the nation were in New York. But by now, Gov. Andrew Cuomo has already killed off everyone who was ever going to die of it. Throughout April there were more than 500 deaths a day in New York City alone.

In the last seven days, a total of 44 people died of COVID in the entire state.

Other states have passed through their much milder peaks. On Monday of this week, more than 2,000 Americans died of cancer, another 2,000 died of heart disease and, according to The Not-Hysterical-At-All New York Times, 450 died of COVID. Things have gotten so good that the Times’ creepy COVID obituaries are forced to feature 101-year-olds dying from “complications of COVID-19.”

The six-month nationwide shutdown has largely cleared COVID from the body politic. Now the main danger is if we start importing other countries’ body politics.

5) Denounce the Pedo Film That’s All the Rage With Our Elites.

The exact same people who been freaking out about Confederate statues have suddenly became oh-so-bored sophisticates about the Netflix pedophilia movie “Cuties.”

Movie shows little girls writhing on the floor in soaking wet panties, trying to seduce their relatives, watching porn, discussing oral sex, dancing sexually for strangers as the camera zooms in on an 11-year-old’s derriere ...

Liberals: These uptight conservatives are freaking out about a film. Yawn.

Hey, there’s a statue to Confederate Gen. Robert E. Lee that’s been standing in a public park for the past century.


Unfortunately, the left’s studied complacency about a pedo movie seems to be petering out. One tweet from you could get them going again.

6) Fire Jared and Ivanka.

You won by 80,000 votes across three states, mostly cast by non-college-educated Americans who’ve been betrayed by both parties for 40 years.

They didn’t want tax cuts — they don’t have jobs. They wanted manufacturing back, safe neighborhoods, and (like your neighbors on Fifth Avenue and in Palm Beach) schools that aren’t overwhelmed with Somalis or Mexicans.

Thanks to the political acumen of your whiz-kid son-in-law, you gave them tax cuts, “criminal justice reform” (i.e. you released criminals) and a moved embassy. These are people who voted Obama, Obama, Trump. You gave them another Bush.

Maybe Jared is right about the MAGA base having “no place else to go,” and it was a shrewd political move to betray them. But it wouldn’t take a lot of former-Trumpers to stay home for you to lose.

To convince your voters that, in a second term, you really will get around to the promises you made in 2016 — about immigration, bringing manufacturing home and ending pointless wars — you have to fire your amnesty-supporting, pro-criminal, Israel-obsessed son-in-law.

We want to see moving trucks.


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deaton - [thumbup]


simon - [thumbdown]


As you consider wasting your vote on trump let’s take a look at just another of his disgusting lies. In June, on Waterboard Hannity’s FOX news laugh-fest, trump failed to provide a single policy or program he wants to enact if reappointed. It was so pathetic even Waterboard was embarrassed. However, trump – at his usual lying best – bragged that his most significant accomplishment as president was an act signed into law by Barack Obama in 2014. Of course in his usual cowardly fashion Waterboard did not have the guts to say, “Mr. President, it was President Obama who signed veterans’ choice into law in 2014.”

To clarify the House and Senate supported the Veterans Access to Care Act of 2014 and President Obama signed the bill into law on 7 August 2014.

Hopefully Joe Biden will remind a debate audience when the time comes that he was there – long before our nation had to deal with the horrors of trump..


It’s 9:00 am, and BigBob has posted 3 of the 5 comments so far! Ms. Coulter always seem to bring out the “best” in BB. I wonder why? A casual observer might suspect an “unrequited love affair”? Seems BigBob saves his very best “garbage and lies” to re-post under Ann’s weekly column on the opinion page of TNH. [thumbup][love][love] Deaton



Predict voter fraud.

Incite voter fraud.

"Discover" the fraud he incited.

Declare only live votes valid.

Declare victory 11/3.

Sue to block counting mail-in votes.

Use GOP officials to block electors.

No one gets 270.

He wins in the House.

Seth Abramson writes: 'NOTE: If you take every statement Trump has ever made about the 2020 presidential election, you realize that he's already laid out all 9 steps of his plan *in public*. He's so sure he can steal the election, he's already told America how he'll do it—which makes it harder to stop.

PS: If the vote goes to the House, Americans must understand that the vote is by *delegation*, not member of Congress. Right now the GOP has more state delegations under its control than the Democrats do. It's the most obvious way for Trump to steal the election—and this country.


“Right now the GOP has more state delegations under its control than the Democrats do.” (BigBob 9/21/20) I wonder why? I suppose that’s why the “Electoral College” works so well! #Re-Elect45! “Color America Red”,”Remember the Supreme Court” [thumbup][beam] Deaton


Trump's win is ensured. Thousands of Democrats converting to the Republican Party each day ensures such.


Facts are fun - Thousands of Republicans have publicly shared why they chose to abandon the Republican Party. Many cited the Republican Party’s nomination of Donald Trump nearly four years ago for president or specific decisions made by Trump during his presidency as the stimulus for their departure. One of the most telling comment came from Christian author Susan Bagwell who said, in January, “I left the GOP because they no longer represent me or my values as a Christian or a conservative. They’re p***y-grabbing, lying, hateful, immoral weasels. I’m a happy Independent, now. No party owns my vote. It has to be EARNED!”


Yes, you are right, simon1dog. I was a lifelong Democrat and even campaigned four years ago. But I cannot vote for a team who hate each other (it is obvious the party picked Harris, not Biden), and wear a mask on my face the rest of my life which Biden seems to promise. I barely wear one know and will "not" in months and years to come. Our schools are a mess, small businesses broken and people living in fear of each other. The last is the final straw. When friends are afraid to come to your house because of this it's very sad. I personally don't know a single person who has this, but I do know of people who had tests in error, who weren't tested and were sent "positive" results in the mail and people who died of cancer, motorcycle accidents and heart attacks and their death certificates were marked "covid". I don't trust the numbers or the media anymore. At one time, I hated Donald Trump. But if he will get this country going again and free us from this burden, I am all for him. Of course, there will always be those who live in fear. They can be free to live in masks and soak themselves in drying, dangerous disinfectants that inevitably will hurt their immune systems. That's their right. It's my right not to. Can't wait to vote in November. And not by mail.


Seriously NitaCat? We are supposed to believe that you were a like long Democrat and now having to wear a mask to protect the lives of others was all you needed to change your support to Trump? Even a moderate to right Democrat wouldn't believe that. Even if it was slightly true, it says very little for how committed you were to any sort of platform. The differences between the "Trump Republicans" and Democrats of today would be to much of a stretch for anyone to cross over. Thank you for the laugh. It was extremely entertaining to read.


Good for us! my most immediate urgent need is for Davel2, our very own upper class Twit to be amused and laughing. Keeping the Twit laughing in approximately 41 day is,

I fear, going to be an impossible task? The weeping and gnashing of teeth along with vitriol and recriminations will remind us of “Election Night” 2016. That was for me at least, a very enjoyable, very long evening. It was I think the only night I tuned into CNN and MSNBC in the last four years. Watching the despondent faces and the “hang dog” looks was a joy to behold. The whole crew of the “Decision 2016” talking head were asking over and over, how could this happen? Hoping upon hope and praying that a room full of “misplaced” uncounted “mail-in ballots” could be found in some back hallway storage room in Broward County, FL that would throw the election to the “screeching harpy” Hillary. Videos of this Democrat disaster can still viewed and enjoyed on “YouTube”. In the days following there were sightings of the harpy Hillary, walking in the woods of Chapaquah, NY mumbling to herself. Memories, memories #Re-Elect45! [thumbup][tongue][beam] Deaton


Sorry Davel2, but wearing a mask does not protect the lives of anyone. I don't support any candidate, I am just picking one who will not continue this masquerade any longer. Yes, I even campaigned for Democrats four years ago and was devastated at the Trump win. I don't care what you believe. Glad I entertained you. The fact is, that when I go out and see people hiding their faces (a real invite for assault and masquerading the truth about how you really feel), putting masks on three year olds, not embracing their friends and loved ones, and living in ultimate fear I know that much of what I believed all my life is questionable. Laugh at that. Remember, he who laughs last, laughs best.


NitaCat... I don't want to beat this to death, but when you think about the difference between the platforms and positions of the "Trump Republicans" and Democrats in general, does it sound rational that you would vote for Trump over the wearing of a mask? The difference in ideologies is tremendous, and it's only become more extreme in the four years since you were campaigning for Democrats. With over 200,000 dead and reputable scientist saying the wearing of a mask would save lives, you can somehow still refer to it as living in fear? It's not fear as you describe it, as nobody likes wearing a mask as we all miss our friends and embracing each other, but out of consideration and for the common good of others, I simply wear one as do most others. You replied so obviously you really were serious, but you need to reevaluate your position. The virus will pass in time, but the damage to our country under Trump could be with us for much longer. Nobody could be laughing.

Mr Lemons

“If Donald Trump has his way, the complications from COVID-19, which are well beyond what they should be — it’s estimated that 200 million people have died — probably by the time I finish this talk,” - Joe Biden, September 20, 2020.


Gaffs are a problem for anyone giving speeches, but fortunately Biden's gaff - which he did correct - did not kill anyone. On the other hand here is how trumps gaffs resulted in over 200,000 Americans dying -

1. He shut down the Global Health Security and Bio-defense agency.

2. He fired Homeland Security Advisor Tom Bossart in 2018, whose job was to coordinate a response to global pandemics. He was not replaced.

3. In 2018 Dr. Luciana Borio, the NSC director for medical and bio-defense preparedness left the job and was not replaced.

4. In 2018, at the direction of trump, the CDC stopped funding epidemic prevention activities in 39 countries, including CHINA.

5. The NSC’s Senior Director for Global Health Security and biodefense, Tim Ziemer, left the position on May 8, 2018 and was not replaced. The departure occurred the same day that the WHO announced a new Ebola outbreak in Africa.

6. In June 2019, the trump administration discontinued the CDC medical epidemiologist position that was embedded in China – That person left China in July, a few months before the coronavirus hit China. The position’s purpose was to DETECT disease outbreaks IN CHINA.

7. Amid the worldwide outbreak a 19% cut to the budget of the Centers of Disease Control and Prevention, a 10% cut to Public Health Services, and a 7% cut to Global Health Services, the organizations that respond to public health threats were all engineered by, yep, trump.

8. One of the more brilliant ides from trump was ingesting disinfectants as a potential “cure.”

9. He chose Mike Pence, not a doctor, to oversee the US pandemic response.

10. Trump sowed doubt about the severity of the virus, using the word HOAX at events and rallies, even doing so at events where the virus was spread.

11. In yet another brilliant move trump declined to use the WHO’s test. In January, within a week of finding out about China’s mysterious virus, Berlin virologists produced the first diagnostic test. By February, the WHO shipped the tests to 60 countries. Trump declined taking any WHO tests even as a temporary bridge.

12. Trump pretended the virus had been contained many, many times. You’ve seen his quotes.

13. On January 31 he imposed travel restrictions on China. Nevertheless, he continued to allow China flights with over 40,000 people coming in. The US did NOT test anyone arriving from 14 Trump stopped distribution of useful information concerning the pandemic many times. He halted CDC guideline release as states began to open, later allowing release of watered-down guidelines on May 20, long after many states reopened. Church reopening guidelines were deleted. Within 48 hours of the release, he demanded that churches be opened immediately.

15. On March 19, trump said: “Nobody knew there would be a pandemic or epidemic of this proportion.” Daily intelligence briefings, internal memos, and warnings from past Presidents offer evidence this was NOT true.

16. On March 20 with a straight face trump tells America: “I don’t take responsibility at all.”

19. On April 21, trump removes the nation’s top vaccine expert, Dr. Rick Bright, as head of the CDC’s Biomedical Advanced Research and Development Authority. The removal is retribution for Dr. Bright challenging the trump’s pseudo-science claims, particularly his unwillingness to support trump’s rabid endorsement of an unproven drug.

20. Trump relentlessly searches for scapegoats – he has blamed the CDC, China, Obama, the WHO, “flawed” studies, the Democrats, Pelosi, governors, and he continues to seek out new scapegoats and distractions to deflect.


“Gaffs are a problem for anyone giving speeches,” (BigBob 9/21/2020)

The short list:

“I'm sorry I didn’t understand more. I'm not sorry for any of my intentions. I'm not sorry for anything that I have ever done. I have never been disrespectful intentionally to a man or a woman. So that's not the reputation I've had since I was in high school, for God's sake.” (Joe B. 2019)

“I mean, we may not want to demonize anybody who has made money. The truth of the matter is, you all, you all know, you all know in your gut what has to be done. We can disagree in the margins but the truth of the matter is it’s all within our wheelhouse and nobody has to be punished. No one's standard of living will change, nothing would fundamentally change”. (Joe B. 2019)

“Poor kids are just as bright and just as talented as white kids.” (Joe B. 2019)

“This guy climbed down a ravine, carried this guy up on his back, under fire, and the general wanted me to pin the Silver Star on him. I got up there- this is the God's honest truth, my word as a Biden. He stood at attention. I went to pin it on him. He said, "Sir, I don't want the damn thing. Do not pin it on me, sir. Please, sir. Do not do that. He died! He died!" (Joe B. 2019)

“I was supposed to announce that there was another billion-dollar loan guarantee. And I had gotten a commitment from Poroshenko and from Yatsenyuk that they would take action against the state prosecutor. And they didn't… So they said they had—they were walking out to a press conference. I said, nah, I'm not going to—or, we're not going to give you the billion dollars. They said, you have no authority. You're not the president. The president said—I said, call him. I said, I'm telling you, you're not getting the billion dollars. I said, you're not getting the billion. I'm going to be leaving here in, I think it was about six hours. I looked at them and said: I'm leaving in six hours. If the prosecutor is not fired, you're not getting the money. Well, son of a b——ch. He got fired. And they put in place someone who was solid at the time”. (Joe B. 2019)

“We have suppressed the black man for 300 years and the white man is now far ahead in the race for everything our society offers. In order to even the score, we must now give the black man a head start, or even hold the white man back, to even the race.’ I don’t buy that.” (Joe B. 2018)

The words of an aging “cognitively challenged” dim wit, the Dimocrats nominated for President of the United States! I guess the joke is on them! [thumbup][whistling][rolleyes] Deaton


Mr Lemons... and Trump doesn't trip over words, grossly mispronounce the few larger words he knows, and say ridiculous things consistently? Is the pot calling the kettle black? When Trump has told countless lies, half-truths and gross exaggerations for years, you want to take exception to this? Biden was referring to the number of Americans dead from the virus and most can give him a pass on that as it was obvious what he meant to say. Seriously, if a few mistaken words spoken by Biden is what Trump Supporters are going to use to make their case against him, than they will have a difficult time getting the less ignorant to vote for Trump.


“most can give him a pass on that as it was obvious what he meant to say. Seriously,” (the Twit / today) Ummmmm, am I to assume that “most” must be the 6 or 7 dim-wit dimocrats, who are regular “commenters” in this forum? Come’on Twit, this “gaffe” is not a “one off”! Heck, in the extremely unlikely event that Dementia Joe were to win in a fraudulent, crooked election they would have to re-classify the “Oval Office” as the “West Wing, Secure Memory Care Unit”! The White House would have change the locks on the exterior fence, not to keep folks out, but to keep the “Patient in Chief” from wandering off in the middle of the night. You “less ignorant guys” keep telling yourselves this fairy tale, maybe the tooth fairy will come through for you. #Re-Elect45! [thumbup][tongue_smile][tongue] Deaton


Poor sad Coulter still carrying the banner for a fool. The one thing we know is trump wants to kill millions more Americans. On ABC this past week trump discussed “herd mentality,” proving his ignorance once again when the term is “herd immunity.” The proponents of herd immunity claim in order for it work 70% of the population must be exposed to COVID-19. With a base of 315,000,000 70% would mean 220,500,000 American would have to be exposed. Considering right now our survival rate stands at 2.97% that means trump is willing to see to see 6,550,000 die.

WOW, who would believe there would be two things I agree with Coulter about:

1) “Ann Coulter: Extra! Trump, a fascist, hates the troops – September 2020;

2) “The only national emergency is that our president is an idiot” – February 2019


1. Windmills cause ear cancer - “If you have a windmill anywhere near your house, congratulations, your house just went down 75 percent in value,” trump told Republicans. “And they say the noise causes cancer. You tell me that one.” He then made a whirring noise mimicking a turbine.

2. He wants to buy Greenland - In meetings, at dinners and in passing conversations, trump asked advisers whether the U.S. can acquire Greenland, listened with interest when they discuss its abundant resources and geopolitical importance and, according to two of the people, has asked his White House counsel to look into the idea. “Denmark essentially owns it. We’re very good allies with Denmark. We protect Denmark like we protect large portions of the world. … Strategically it’s interesting.” He then got into a fight with Danish leaders and had to cancel a trip he’d planned to the country.

3. Trump is the “chosen one.” - “The fake news, of which many of you are members, is trying to convince the public to have a recession,” trump said. “Let’s have a recession! The United States is doing phenomenally well. But one thing I have to do is economically take on China because China has been ripping us off for many years.” He then went on to say his life would have been so much “easier” if he hadn’t gone to war with China over trade. “This isn’t my trade war. I am the chosen one. So I’m taking on China. I’m taking on China on trade. And you know what? We’re winning.”

4. “Why don’t they go back and help fix the totally broken and crime-infested places from which they came.” Trump went after three American Congresswomen he perceived as foreigners because they are people of color.

5. “We can have a lot of fun tonight. I have nothing to do. Nothing. Nothing.” Twice in 2019, at least, trump bragged that as president of the United States he has nothing to do. “We can have a lot of fun tonight. I have nothing to do. Nothing. Nothing,” he told a South Carolina crowd in July. He repeated the same comment at a Michigan Christmas rally.

6. “The buck stops with everybody.” The bastardized line from former President Harry Truman was misquoted by trump where he placed blame for the government shutdown on anyone but himself. The remark came after trump told Democrats in front of the cameras that he’d “take up the mantle,” and he was “proud” to shut down the government.

7. “USMCA — like the song, YMCA.” “It’s fun to stay at the YMCA,” but apparently, the new-NAFTA trade deal was like the popular Village People song from the late 1970s. It’s unclear if trump thought he could get that branding to take off, but understandably it never did.

8. Trump discovers soccer For years, pollsters have talked about suburban women they called “soccer moms,” but apparently trump only realized soccer was catching on in 2019. Luckily he noticed it just in time for the U.S. women’s team to win the World Cup. “And a lot of people, including me, thought soccer would probably never make it in this country, but it really is moving forward rapidly.”

9. That time trump invented the word “caravan.” “How about the word ‘caravan?’ Caravan? I think that was one of mine,” he said in El Paso, Texas.

10. Puerto Rico - “And I think that the people of Puerto Rico are very grateful to Donald Trump for what we’ve done for them,” trump said at a in Panama City, Florida. Not 10 seconds later, he then said, “That’s Puerto Rico, and they don’t like me.”

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