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Roger Stone Threatens To Run Against Gov. DeSantis Over Election Audit In State Trump Won

Roger Stone Threatens To Run Against Gov. DeSantis Over Election Audit In State Trump Won

Also Stone, “I would also like the governor to declare his support for a 2024 presidential bid by President Trump which he has not done”

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7tZqVdeZ0bo

Roger Stone is an albatross around President Trump’s neck.  The sooner Trump cuts him loose, the better.  No one with even half a brain takes the “Q-Anon” driblets of crazy seriously . . . with the exception of the Democrat propagandist media and the FBI (which should tell you all you need to know about “Q”).

Enter Stone, who says, “I certainly hope Q is real and there [are] a number of indications that the information that is being disseminated has been of enormous value in this fight for freedom.”  For those unfamiliar with this weirdo fringe freakshow, Q acolytes believe that America is run by pedophile Satan worshipers, most of whom are Jewish (yeah, I know, don’t ask), who have birthed insect- and/or lizard-alien hybrid humans and bathe in baby blood for fun, youth, and profit.

Marvel at the crazy.

So this crazy person with Q delusions has just threatened to run against Florida governor Ron DeSantis unless DeSantis orders an audit of the 2020 election.

Totally unrelated factoid:  Trump won Florida in 2020.  In fact, he racked up surprising (to the commies, anyway) gains in South Florida among Hispanic and Latino Americans.

So why try to coerce an audit on Florida elections with the threat of a loser like Stone running against DeSantis?  It makes less than zero sense, unless the goal is to undermine DeSantis by suggesting he had a part in “stealing” the election from Trump.  Again, though, Florida went to Trump, and quite early on election night, so what the heck is Stone doing?

The Hill reports:

Former Trump adviser Roger Stone said he “may be forced” to run for Florida governor if Gov. Ron DeSantis (R) does not audit votes cast in the state during the 2020 election.

“If Gov. Ron DeSantis does not order a full audit of the Florida 2020 vote I may be forced to seek the Libertarian party nomination for governor in 2022,” Stone wrote on his Telegram channel on Sunday.

“I heard governor Ron DeSantis say that Florida had the most honest election in our history in 2020 yet I know for a certainty there are 1 million phantom voters on the Florida voter rolls. These ‘voters’ simply do not exist,” he added on the platform to his roughly 20,000 subscribers without backing up the claim.

And then we get a glimmer of a motivation, via the Sun Sentinel:

Roger Stone, Trump’s longtime ally and confidante, says Gov. Ron DeSantis must audit the 2020 election in Florida — or Stone himself could run to become Florida’s governor. He says he also wants DeSantis to step up support for Donald Trump, who he considers the “strongest candidate” for president in 2024.

Ah, so the goal is to force DeSantis to kiss Trump’s ring in 2024 rather than run for the office himself. Well, okay, but this is just stupid. Why undermine a goal DeSantis has never publicly expressed?

All the eye rolls.

DeSantis won’t challenge Trump should Trump decide to run in 2024, and he’s made that very clear. So why the bizarre antics from Team Trump?

The Sun Sentinel continues:

Stone, of Fort Lauderdale, has known Trump for decades, serving as his informal adviser for much of the 2016 campaign. “If Florida governor Ron DeSantis does not order an audit of the 2020 election to expose the fact that there are over 1 million phantom voters on the Florida voter rolls in the Sunshine state I may be forced to seek the Libertarian party nomination for governor Florida in 2022 #ByeRon,” Stone posted on the social media platform Gab on Sunday.

Stone challenged DeSantis to scrutinize the last presidential election — in a state that former President Trump won and where election officials have asserted no fraud happened.

DeSantis isn’t doing enough to help Trump, Stone told the South Florida Sun Sentinel on Monday. “I would also like the governor to declare his support for a 2024 presidential bid by President Trump which he has not done,” Stone said via text message. “I cannot speculate as to why the governor has not urged the former president to run but I feel strongly that President Trump would be the strongest candidate.”

A spokeswoman for DeSantis resent a statement from the Secretary of State that said the 2020 election “was accurate, transparent, and conducted in compliance with Florida law. Florida has already conducted both pre- and post-elections audits, and we are confident in the security and integrity of our 2020 election results.”

Press Secretary Christina Pushaw also said the office would not comment on political or campaign matters when asked about Stone’s complaint about the lack of an endorsement for Trump. “Governor DeSantis is focused on doing the best he can for Floridians as governor of our state,” she said.

DeSantis recently told Fox News that he was running for re-election as governor next year — although he hasn’t filed as of Monday.

Stone wrote that he had “no allusions about being elected governor but I may have to take action so that voters who share my views should have an alternative in the next election.”

Stone will never be elected governor of Florida (or even head dog-catcher anywhere in the state, including my deep red, pro-Trump county); Stone’s a disaster. What Trump is doing with this guy is a mystery, but like his other questionable connections, it does not reflect well on the former president.

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The only one hurt by this idiotic move will be Trump, so he better put a leash on that dog.

    Tom Servo in reply to Exiliado. | November 5, 2021 at 9:55 am

    I doubt Trump has anything to do with this, Roger Stone has been a loose cannon for a long, long, time. And Stone has a constituency of one, so take his “threat” to run for Guv in light of that.

    JohnSmith100 in reply to Exiliado. | November 5, 2021 at 11:57 am

    It sounds to me like Roger Stone missed being relevant, and is grandstanding for a little media attention.

You guys seem to be taking the media at their word..which you do at your own peril.

DeSantis doesn’t have to endorse Trump. He just has to give Trump time to decide whether or not he is running. Trump has made it fairly clear that if he doesn’t run, DeSantis is his man.

DeSantis can only get stronger from now on. If Trump runs, he will finish the job of clearing the landscape of the Uniparty. That would set-up DeSantis for a fantastic 8 years. He will be only 49-50 years old in 2028.

Let’s not blow it. Trump-DeSantis is a juggernaut that will return the US to its former glory and maybe even beyond. MAGA!!!!

    henrybowman in reply to Pasadena Phil. | November 5, 2021 at 11:26 am

    Except that Trump’s demonstrated capability for clearing the landscape of the Uniparty (and/or the Swamp) was abysmally less than competent. He didn’t just fail to clear the Swamp, he hired several alligators to “help him.” I’d rather give DeSantis, a seasoned political operative, a chance at the task.

      DeSantis is so good! I really hate to lose him as our governor, and I would like to keep him for another term (or two!). He’s not a crazy RINO like Chris Christie, who had a narrow window in 2012 to win the WH and blew it, so I don’t worry about DeSantis missing his one, flash in the pan shot (Christie had one shot, in one historical moment, and he declined to rise to it) because he’s not a fake, phony loser like Christie.

      DeSantis is the real deal, and he’s young enough that he can afford to wait out a second Trump term, etc. One thing I would definitely NOT like to see is a Trump/DeSantis ticket. DeSantis is presidential material, and as such, he should not even consider the second spot. He can be Florida governor until his time comes, and that executive experience is far more appealing to voters than being in charge of. . . wait? What did Pence do as VP? I can’t recall a single thing prior to the post-2020 election stuff. The worst thing DeSantis could do is run on Trump-let ticket. And I’m certain that he knows that.

        “What did Pence do as VP?”

        It would appear his main job was to stop Trump, to help steal an election.

        They were successful in that, but I know you want to “move on”.

      It is so unfair and disingenuous to criticize Trump for failing to clear the landscape. One man cannot do it by himself. Yet, he delivered on almost all of his biggest promises with no help from anywhere. He walked in to a lion’s den with no allies and actually accomplished more, according to Mark “Slash” Levin than any president in at least the 20th century, the most effective conservative in history. And where was Ted “Moses” Cruz? He could have been Trump’s go-to guy in the Senate for four years! Where is he NOW! ?

      It will be very different for Trump second time around. More and more squishy voters finally understand what happened in 2016 and 2020 and I doubt than many of those who just couldn’t stand his “mean tweets” have had an epiphany. Many of the Never-Trumper and other dirt bags will be gone by the time he steps back into the White House. And he will have a lot of new blood riding his coattails.

      DeSantis has been a God-send for Trump who is the governor’s ticket to the White House, I expect Trump to make way for DeSantis in 2024 is 2022 is as bloody for the Uniparty as I expect. I have no doubt DeSantis won’t mind another 4 years of being Florida’s best governor ever knowing he is the best bet for the WH after Trump. Maybe he will also be the best president we ever had.

        Well, Phil, he kind of ran on draining the swamp and MAGA. So, no, it’s not in the least unfair to point out the myriad ways in which he failed . . . inluding naively hiring and championing deep state swamp creatures. Of course that is his fault. If not his, than whose?

        Also, um, no, the entire country is not going to suddenly decide they love Trump. We may love Trump, but we are not the whole country. We cannot act like the socialists do and ‘lalala’ lunacy ourselves into believing America loves our policies or agenda. We think it should, but so, too, do the progressives think that their way is the best way and that, the same as our side, if only those dumbf*cks just understood . . . .

        Yeah, not a good look, right?

          Imagine yourself in Trump’s position having to rely on p0litical advisors to fill in thousands of positions of which you are completely unfamiliar. You too would rely on your closest personal and business friends to help you navigate that snake pit.

          I think he did a fantastic job getting big historic things done in four years despite the snakes. And he did it while forcing so many Decepticons to drop their masks. Now we know who the snakes are and how many times can you impeach a guy? There would be nothing stopping him from firing anyone he wants next time.

          Trump is THE ONLY GUY who can do what has to be done. Those who think DeSantis can succeed without him have short memories. Ted Cruz was THE GUY in 2016 but he had the main shortcoming that DeSantis would have: no money and the GOPe hates him more than the Democrats.

          If you want to win against these Marxists, it’s time to focus on winning and Trump is indispensable. We can’t risk blowing this last opportunity and watching Desantis get eaten alive like Cruz and wishing we had stuck with the proven winner. We MUST win and win it THIS TIME. If people don’t like Trump’s imperfections, get over it. Let Trump be Trump. It works.

      “…was abysmally less than competent.”

      I’d suggest you have no clue just how difficult the job is, and apparently, how well Trump succeeded at it, with not only no help from the R party, but an R party actively conspiring with the marxist party to stop Trump.

      I’ve yet to see the most important side of DeSantis – how would he take on the globalists in the economic universe? No one knows this answer. Trump has a near perfect score.

SuddenlyHappyToBeHere | November 5, 2021 at 9:26 am

Let’s hope Stone keeps it up. He is an albatross for Trump. We can only hope he sinks Trump. Trump running will assure another socialist Democrat will be elected. America can’t afford that.

Looks like the author Fuzzy Slippers feels threatened by the invisible bogeyman. DeSantis already stated more than once that he won’t run if Trump does. How about a Trump/DeSantis ticket? Or maybe Trump runs for FL governor and DeSantis aims for the top job.

There are so many more important things he could focus on . . . .

He’s a nutcase unfortunately

Youngkin won in a blue state because independents voted for him. Last year they voted for Biden AGAINST Trump. Learn from history.

Try a state that needs help Fl is doing fine.

    I hope you’re right. Didn’t FL come within a hairsbreadth of “electing” a guy that got caught after an alcohol and meth-fueled gay orgy?

      Aye, we really dodged a bullet there, let me tell you! I can’t even imagine what a nightmare he would have been for the state. We would have been locked down, mandated, and masked into poverty and despair.

      But here’s the thing about that election. 2018 was a blue wave election, the backlash midterms to Trump’s election. DeSantis should have lost by double digits, but he didn’t. He won (narrowly, but he won). That midterm election left little for the right to be happy about, having lost everywhere, including the House in which Democrats gained 41 seats. It was a blue wave, big time, and yet DeSantis still won over the Obama-backed crack-head gay orgy freak.

      Given that, at the time, the only people who knew whathisname nobody was a crackhead gay orgy freak were his fellow travelers and that the rest of us knew only that he had the backing of still-popular (though who knows why) Obama, DeSantis’ win is astonishing. Pretty much as astonishing as Austin voting to demolish their police department. It was the one bright point in an otherwise horrifying election night.

      Given the climate and Florida’s swing/purple rep, Gillum should have won. Should have, was projected to, but did not. This was an amazing accomplishment for DeSantis and should never be downplayed given the historical moment and context in which he won.

UnCivilServant | November 5, 2021 at 10:30 am

forced to seek the Libertarian party nomination

Not even a primary threat? You must know you don’t stand a chance and are only trying to run as a spoiler to hand it to the democrat candidate.

Russ from Winterset | November 5, 2021 at 10:31 am

The hopeful part of me thinks this might be a rope a dope so that DeSantis can separate himself from the perceived craziness of part of Trump’s base without having to denounce the positive accomplishments.

He was an innocent man persecuted by a fascist who should never have been put through hell.

He is also insane as hell and a moron. Our side has idiots/mental patients to but recognize that is what Roger Stone is.

This isn’t 4d chess (and it is unlikely to involve Donald Trump).

Stone has always been an attention *hore and the Ft. Lauderdale paper is extremely left and runs every negative story about DeSantis it can find and in some cases dream up.
Also happening in Broward County, the Chairwoman of the Broward County School Board quit ( but hanging around until March 2022) right after Tuesdays election, they also chose not to hire the interim Superintendent, who was replacing the disgraced Robert Runcie..
Then we have a special election to fill a house seat where the daughter of one of the leading candidates (Tuesdays election is separated by just 3 votes as of now), just plead guilty to federal loan fraud. This is the seat once held by Alcee Hastings who was actually impeached while serving as a judge. Grifters gotta grift.

Stone would be fun to have a beer with. Let him tell his stories. Just don’t take anything he says seriously. DeSantis is young, has to run for reelection next year and his wife is battling cancer. He can bide his time.

And no, he can’t be Trump’s running mate, as they are both now FL residents. That would cede Florida’s electors.

“So why the bizarre antics from Team Trump?”

I don’t know why anyone believes this is from “Team Trump” as opposed to the mental gymnastics of a somewhat off Roger Stone.

Leave our good governor alone Stone. Maybe go get your giant Nixon tattoo removed or something.

What Trump is doing with [Stone] is a mystery, but like his other questionable connections, it does not reflect well on the former president.

That is arguably Trump’s biggest blind spot. Too many of his choices for the people in his administration were absolutely rotten.

I am aware that Trump had to compromise with the Franz von Papen Republicans in Congress to get anything done, and many unsavory figures were forced on him, but that does not explain who so many personnel choices NOT requiring Congressional approval were terrible.

In fact, just about any Republican administration is infested with sleazebags and traitors (Colin Powell comes to mind). Say what you will about the Communists: they have an unforgiving omertà that keeps them in line. Any former member of the Obama, Clinton or Biden* regimes know exactly what will happen to them if they step out of line even an inch.

    This is my biggest concern about a second Trump run. Has he learned anything from his first term and so very very many disastrous choices? I need to hear him say he gets it now and won’t do the same thing again. He was a political novice then, but now, he knows what needs to be done to actually drain the swamp and get us on a true and clear course to MAGA.

    To me, his first big mistake that just cascaded into disaster after disaster was not pursuing charges against Hillary Clinton. Had he not waved that off and tried to take the high road and make nice with Democrats, he would have been more successful in dealing with the deep state, with the media, and with congressional Democrats. He’d still have faced headwinds from the GOP, who at that point didn’t get it but are slowly grasping what is happening (thanks to Trump, it must be said!), but at least he would have taken a BIG bite out of the swamp and chilled their crazy.

      “not pursuing charges against Hillary Clinton.”

      Please lay out for us how you think the President of the United States would pursue those “charges”. How much of his presidency should have been invested in such a pursuit?

      Trump had this country turned around and did it damn near on his own. Then we let it be stolen.

      And now our side can’t even remember where it was all headed under Trump before we allowed the steal.

      We’re doomed if we can’t even recognize when we were winning.

As a stand alone idea an audit of the election process in every red State isn’t a bad idea. That’s much friendlier territory with less opposition to overcome. The key word here is process not results. The goal should be to identify which types of shenanigans are deployed, where and by whom. With the results being used to pass legislation that tightens up ballot security and election integrity.

As others have stated, Stone would be fun to hang out with on an afternoon but he isn’t a serious person. IMO, he is part and parcel of the sorts of exiled or ostracized minor players, has beens and never was, who try and attach themselves to the wagon of DJT. These sorts should be humored at best as long as they are not damaging MAGA, when they become destructive they should be knee capped.

    Stone is damaging MAGA. Threatening to run against the super-popular governor of Florida is . . . nuts. Heck, even the Democrat Gov. Assoc. says it isn’t throwing their money down the toilet (well, they don’t say that, exactly) in a challenge to DeSantis next year. Stone appears to be trying to strong-arm DeSantis into . . . what? Supporting Trump in 2024? Why? Of course DeSantis would support Trump in ’24; he’s not even going to enter the primary if Trump does. He’s said this. Several times. Stone is a crazy person.

    Rampaging crazies like Stone are poison to MAGA, to Trump, and to the nation. Will Trump rein him in? That may be the first test of his second bid for the presidency. No one wants a repeat of his first term with wrong-headed picks, slow reaction times in removing the swamp critters he inexplicably embraced, and just shrugging away clearly bone-headed decisions (like keeping Fauci) as “well, gee, he’s been there for four decades.” GAHHHH!

    Anyway, I would not be interested in having a beer with Stone . . . but I can definitely see why others might.

      CommoChief in reply to Fuzzy Slippers. | November 5, 2021 at 12:38 pm

      Fuzzy,

      No doubt Stone’s self serving antics are damaging. He should be knee capped IMO. Personally, I think DJT could play a more important role than as POTUS by using his position as a MAGA gatekeeper in r primary races to counter McConnell and the establishment r mafia. Electing the most MAGA candidate that could win a general election in every State and CD will continue to shift the balance of power in DC from establishment to MAGA/tea party. Then we might actually implement the legislative agenda to roll back the d/prog policies enacted over the last 100+ years since Wilson.

      DeSantis embodies MAGA without the distraction of DJT personality. However much we enjoy his raw and abrasive style many voters find DJT off putting, including those who otherwise would vote for a r candidate. I am personally fine with either as the 2024 nominee and will support either but some people simply won’t pull the lever for DJT.

      The media has effectively painted DJT as a demon in some otherwise winnable voters minds. That can’t be overlooked and ignored when the goal is to win the election and not stage a protest vote for DJT to own the d/prog. The MAGA choir will vote for DJT, the issue is will the squishy country club r and independent members of congregation put aside their distaste of DJT personality to vote for his policy agenda?

        Well, you answered your own question, Chief. They won’t. Trump was a fantastic president, better in some ways than even Reagan, but at the end of the day, and through no fault really of his own, he is a divisive figure who alienates voters who would otherwise vote (R). Yes, if he ran again, I would vote for him very enthusiastically, but I am a pragmatist, and he’s really not the best choice we have.

        As a rather inteteresting aside, if Trump were still tweeting, he may have screwed Youngkin’s chances in VA. Indies (and a surprising number of Democrats) flew to Youngkin like bees to honey, but if Trump was tweet-bombing the race, those same voters may have been repulsed. /food for thought

    Dathurtz in reply to CommoChief. | November 5, 2021 at 12:17 pm

    Agree. It would be nice if every red state would conduct an honest audit to identify vectors for fraud and tighten them up. We have to have elections that can be trusted. Right now, we don’t.

      I think this is good idea, too, in terms of Dem-led urban areas that are more prone to election fraud. But here’s the thing, our elections have never ever been fraud-free, and to pretend now that this is an achievable is goal is ten kinds of naive. No matter what audits, controls, laws, measures, blah blah blah are put on our election process, there will always be cheating. Someone somewhere will figure out a way to beat any system put in place. That’s why “election integrity” is screwing with the normal voter who expects that his or her vote will be properly counted, and etc.

      There will never ever be any election protocol that eliminates fraud; a new measure may eliminate the exact type of fraud from a previous election, but new frauds will be developed under the new rules. In short, it’s stupid to think that our elections will ever be fraud-free. The smart thing to do is to eliminate obvious measures that are designed to increase the likelihood of fraud (i.e. everything the Democrats want to do, up to and including federalizing elections) but to never rest on that.

      We have to vote by margins that make Democrat fraud impossible. They only control certain (mostly urban) areas, so the rest of every state has to get out and vote, as we saw in Virginia. Does anyone really think the Dems weren’t poised to steal Virginia when they shut down counting in deep blue areas? McAuliffe was poised to steal it, but when his calls to Biden went unanswered, the writing was on the wall. The WH was not going to back a steal of that magnitude in this climate.

      Don’t ever forget that the Democrat steals are ONLY possible when our side doesn’t turn out. The deep blue enclaves in red states can’t take the state if we turn out in numbers that dwarf their possible margin of steal: how can a deep blue district, county, etc. overcome a 1 million vote lead if there are only 750,000 registered voters in the area they control? They can’t.

      We have to turn out and vote beyond their margins, period. That should be our focus, not endless audits and whinging about what is past. Moving forward, we have a way to win and to win big. Looking backward, we will lose. And lose big.

        CommoChief in reply to Fuzzy Slippers. | November 5, 2021 at 12:53 pm

        Exactly.

        Surely there is a way to change laws to prevent hundreds of thousands of fraudulent votes?

        If there isn’t, then it doesn’t matter how much we turn out. If an urban area can change a state vote by 10% or so, then there is no overcoming that. I like the idea, but I don’t see how voting fixes it. Don’t get me wrong, voting is a super-sweet back plan, but it doesn’t seem to solve the problem. Large scale fraud is the problem. I’m not okay with simply ceding the ground and saying “Oh, we just have to win every election by 15%!”

        Off the top of my head, no state should allow mail-in voting. If they are foolish enough to do so, then mail-in ballots need to be fully counted before polls close. You also have to have some way of stopping that insanity where you could hold up a flashlight to a ballot and see how somebody voted so a postal worker could just trash the “bad” ballots.

        It seems the big fraud happens with mail-in ballots, late counting, and ballot adjudication. We start giving big punishment to those that play foul with the system and work to eliminate those few things, and we drop fraud from massive to miniscule.

          Erm, did you just see what happened in Virginia? Youngkin out-performed Trump across the board, including in Trump country, and he made deep cuts into the suburban vote that had been turned off by Trump’s personality. That is how it is done, and we know it works because it just did. Because Youngkin picked up so many votes across the board, there was no way the election could be stolen because you can’t have more votes than voters.

          Election fraud has ALWAYS happened, though. It’s not new; it’s been happening since the inception of our republic. While it’s arguably more blatant now, that’s only because journalists are even more propagandistic then they were way back in the day (and omg, were they nutso partisans back then!).

          Yes, all of those Democrat voter fraud enhancements are a problem, and of course it needs to be fixed, but that’s not the be all and end all. The bottom line is that they can only steal close elections, so our job is to make sure NO election is ever close again. That means turning out ourselves and turning out everyone we know.

          Democrats are freaking out that higher turnout does not equal Democrat wins . .. because it turns out that a whole lot of infrequent or never voters are actually Republicans. Oops.

          Keep the faith! We are winning here, and things are seriously looking good.

          Zmb Grrl in reply to Dathurtz. | November 6, 2021 at 6:13 am

          I agree regarding mail-in-voting. I also think voting machines should go. Too great an opportunity as game-changing mechanism, as might have happened in NJ recently.

        Technically speaking, I think there are two conflicting “goods” here. One is the “secret ballot”, and the other is “auditability”. Maybe it’s possible to have both, but I suspect not. But I could be wrong.

        Given a choice, I would have to go with “secret ballot”.

          CommoChief in reply to gibbie. | November 5, 2021 at 5:56 pm

          Secret ballot and ability to audit are not mutually exclusive. The audit(s) should be aimed at the process in the first instance.
          Voter identification and verification of residence for initial inclusion on voter registration rolls, then on maintenance of those rolls, then limiting the hands that touch an uncontested/non provisional ballots.

          The entire process should result in one in which normal ballots should be presumed good while contested/provisional ballots must be adjudicated prior to mixing or counting. Criminal penalties must exist for deviations from the election statutes passed by the legislature.

          The only time I see the voter choice being exposed would be where an individual voter is told they already voted. In that instance a simple check from the voter DL # to the contested ballot would allow the ballot to be located and provided to the voter for examination. That voter could then vote an a clean ballot while the previous contested ballot is used as evidence to attempt to find out who and how this attempted fraud occurred.

          eyeofthenorth in reply to gibbie. | November 6, 2021 at 3:40 am

          It’s obvious that you don’t know a single thing about the mechanics of vote fraud. I haven’t seen one reply of yours that makes you in any way responsible enough to even write this article

Reel it in, Roger.

Much as I regret to say this, you don’t generally find serious people running for office on the Libertarian Party ticket.

De Santis just might win the presidential election., Yet, Stone does not get that fact

    eyeofthenorth in reply to Steven Brizel. | November 6, 2021 at 3:38 am

    He might win the presidential election under what circumstances?

    Now that the new standard of voter fraud has been established in 2020, if a republican takes the White House and they are not stopped from doing so by a few hundred thousand votes dropped In the middle of the night via a handful of swing states, are they the right choice for that position?

    Are they going to represent the American people?

Fuzzy slippers
STOP the antiTrump BS. He got more votes than ANY President EVER
Biden cheated HUGLEY and we all know it.
Those suburban moms came out to protect their children and many just plain “woke up”

    I’m not anti-Trump, gonzotx. Not even close.

    And those moms you are talking about? They voted for Biden over Trump in 2020. It is not “anti-Trump” to point out the known, if not particularly flattering to Trump, facts. The last thing Republican wins in blue Virginia tells us is that Trump is suddenly embraced by voters who rejeted and reviled him in 2020. They voted FOR Youngkin, not Trump. That’s not anti-Trump, that’s just what happened.

      I would say you sound very antiTrump and those “blue moms” probably have been voting blue forever, it was the slap in the face about their children and education that got them to switch. It wasn’t on the ballet in 2020

      Do you have any idea what the vote breakdown in the 2020 election was for those Moms?

      Now account for the cheating, the massive cheating that took place. The cheating you simply ignore.

      Trump won the suburban Mom vote in 2020, but you, I ,and the rest of the country allowed the marxists to steal the vote.

Garland is suing Texas new voting laws

They are scared they want the massive mail in 24/7 month long drop offs BS

Roger Stone needs to zip it and fade to black. He’s no better than Al Sharpton when it comes to political opportunism.

He’s broke and desperate
Terrible combination

What makes Stone think the Libertarian party would want him? I guess he thinks they’re all crazies like himself. Well, that’s changing right now with the rise of the Mises caucus.

“Former Trump adviser Roger Stone said he “may be forced” to run for Florida governor if Gov. Ron DeSantis (R) does not audit votes cast in the state during the 2020 election.”

Yeah, I’m sure DeSantis is just shaking in his boots over that threat.

Is there an unedited video of what leftwing media allege Stone said?
Or could it be a propaganda lie, intended to at the very least divert attention from whatever they feel the need to hide today?

conservative tarheel | November 6, 2021 at 9:53 am

Enter Stone, who says, “I certainly hope Q is real and there [are] a number of indications that the information that is being disseminated has been of enormous value in this fight for freedom.” For those unfamiliar with this weirdo fringe freakshow, Q acolytes believe that America is run by pedophile Satan worshipers, most of whom are Jewish (yeah, I know, don’t ask), who have birthed insect- and/or lizard-alien hybrid humans and bathe in baby blood for fun, youth, and profit.

Marvel at the crazy.

has anyone checked little green footballs….
lizard people …..

I felt some empathy for Stone after the whole pre-dawn raid fiasco. But then he just “Side Show Bobs” his way into more stupidity.

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