President Trump responds to Biden Executive orders.

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God bless America..
4 more years of unexplainable answers...

Our democracy sure is a thing of beauty, it goes to show that if you vote for mass incarceration for minorities enforcing jim crow... You vote for endless wars, and sending our manufacturing jobs to the mexico and of course overseas...while constantly and consistently voting for outrageous spending bills!

One day you can develop dementia and early onset alzheimers and become president ..

Not just my president! But your president!
 
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Very interesting interview of this one and only Trump supporter that showed up to ralley in front of the White House against Biden. I got to give the man credit for being brave and his words are reasonable. Not was what I was expecting at all

 

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It looks like Trump was banned on Twitter.

I believe the OP is trying to make a joke at Trump’s expense...or the OP is a moron.

I’m going with it being a joke.

Haha dickead.
 

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That’s bullshit and you know it.

Persons eligible to vote and actual registered voters are two completely different things.
According to Reuters.

Posts circulating on social media allege that “only 133 million registered voters voted” to falsely claim that the number of votes cast for Joe Biden is not mathematically possible. The calculation on which this claim is based on is misleading. The nationwide voter turnout is usually calculated using the eligible-voting population as a denominator, not the number of registered voters. Around 239,247,182 people were eligible to vote in 2020. While there is no available figure yet for nationwide registered voters for 2020, Reuters calculations found there were an estimated 206,557,583 registered voters as of the publication of this article.

But you just keep sucking up the meme-cum...
 

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Yep but this is The New And Improved Democratic America! The libs here will tell you
we are wrong and that biden has shit tons of supporters and that they won the election fair and square..... Blah fucking blah.

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Cool story... Man those rallies were somethimg to behold... Lmao... But the rona... Joe was cautious... Lol.
 

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According to Reuters.

Posts circulating on social media allege that “only 133 million registered voters voted” to falsely claim that the number of votes cast for Joe Biden is not mathematically possible. The calculation on which this claim is based on is misleading. The nationwide voter turnout is usually calculated using the eligible-voting population as a denominator, not the number of registered voters. Around 239,247,182 people were eligible to vote in 2020. While there is no available figure yet for nationwide registered voters for 2020, Reuters calculations found there were an estimated 206,557,583 registered voters as of the publication of this article.

But you just keep sucking up the meme-cum...
And?

It’s still bullshit.
 

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there isnt a soul on earth who would stand up and claim that the election was 100% accurate...
folks now are merely arguing at what % the inaccuracy was. left claiming its negligible...right claiming enough to alter the result.
neither can prove it either way.
the Dems spent a billion to get him in office... nearly double Trumps cost per vote...
 

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Trying to find the article again, but I read with him killing the KeystoneXL pipeline it will be approximately 11million jobs
I think the numbers have become inflated...

In 2011, Russ Girling, president and CEO of TransCanada, touted the positive impact of the project by "putting 20,000 US workers to work and spending $7 billion stimulating the US economy". These numbers come from a 2010 report written by The Perryman Group, a financial analysis firm based in Texas that was hired by TransCanada to evaluate Keystone XL.The Perryman Group numbers have been disputed by an independent study conducted by the Cornell ILR Global Labor Institute, which found that while the Keystone XL would result in 2,500 to 4,650 temporary construction jobs, the impact will be reduced by higher oil prices in the Midwest, which will likely reduce national employment. However, the State Department estimated that the pipeline would create about 5,000 to 6,000 temporary jobs in the US during the two-year construction period, would increase gasoline availability to the Northeast and expand the Gulf refining industry.

In January 2012, Greenpeace Executive Director Phil Radford appealed to the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission to review TransCanada's claims that the Keystone Pipeline would create 20,000 jobs. Stating that the company had "consistently used public statements and information it knows are false in a concerted effort to secure permitting approval" of the pipeline, Radford argued that TransCanada had "misled investors, U.S. and Canadian officials, the media, and the public at large in order to bolster its balance sheets and share price".

In July 2013, President Obama stated "The most realistic estimates are this might create maybe 2,000 jobs during the construction of the pipeline, which might take a year or two, and then after that we're talking about somewhere between 50 and 100 jobs in an economy of 150 million working people." The estimate of 2,000 during construction came under heavy attack, while the long-term, permanent job estimates did not receive as much criticism. According to the Final Supplemental Environmental Impact Statement (SEIS), the pipeline will only create 35 permanent jobs.[223] The Associated Press noted that it was unclear where the president's figure of 2,000 jobs came from. The U.S. State Department's Preliminary Supplemental Environmental Impact Statement, issued in March 2013, estimated 3,900 direct jobs and 42,000 direct and indirect jobs during construction.
 
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