2020...

Think I just figured out who I'm going to vote for, for the next president of the United States...

Senator Michael Bennet of Colorado is quietly and seriously thinking about a run for president.
https://www.theatlantic.com/politics/archive/2019/03/senator-michael-bennet-weighing-run-president/583993/

POLK CITY, Iowa—Sitting under a framed ticket from an old Obama town hall meeting, down in the basement of a farmhouse surrounded by snowy fields of corn and soybeans, I tell Michael Bennet that an Iowa Democrat who’d come to hear him speak compared him to pea soup. Good pea soup, hearty. But still pea soup, in a 2020 primary field that has sizzling fajitas and cake on the table.

Some politicians might have been be insulted. Bennet smiles. “There’s something to that,” he says.

The Colorado senator was here on the last stop of his tour through the northwest part of the state, feeling good about what he heard, and what he saw. What began two months ago as a vague notion about running for president had become a long and deliberate thought process. And now, after two and a half days on the ground, he was closer to getting in the race than when he landed.
 
Speaking of defending child rapists. Who are you voting for as President, Joe? I'm assuming from this post Roy Moore won't be able to count on your support anymore...
What did he do and how did his trail end up? Maybe that was just another election cycle crime, you people are good at that.
 
What did he do and how did his trail end up? Maybe that was just another election cycle crime, you people are good at that.
Roy Moore? He got sent home is last I heard was begging Conservatives to help pay his legal bills.

As I did a quick search and saw you had over 100 posts dry-humping on his leg, I'd assume you're someone who did sent him money and obviously are in a better place to know if the bills have been paid. So you tell me, how is that pedophile you wanted to help run the government doing?
 
Roy Moore? He got sent home is last I heard was begging Conservatives to help pay his legal bills.

As I did a quick search and saw you had over 100 posts dry-humping on his leg, I'd assume you're someone who did sent him money and obviously are in a better place to know if the bills have been paid. So you tell me, how is that pedophile you wanted to help run the government doing?
What did Moore do?
 
Roy Moore? He got sent home is last I heard was begging Conservatives to help pay his legal bills.

As I did a quick search and saw you had over 100 posts dry-humping on his leg, I'd assume you're someone who did sent him money and obviously are in a better place to know if the bills have been paid. So you tell me, how is that pedophile you wanted to help run the government doing?
Like I said, just another kavanaugh, smollet election time concoction.
Wise up.

In November 2017, nine women came forward with allegations of sexual misconduct, child molestation, and pedophilia against Roy Moore, the Republican nominee in the 2017 United States Senate special election in Alabama and a former Chief Justice of the Supreme Court of Alabama. Three of the women alleged that he had sexually assaulted them, two during their adolescence (one who was 16 at the time of the alleged incident, when Moore was 31, and one who was 14 at the time of the alleged incident, when Moore was 32).[1] Six other women recalled Moore pursuing romantic relationships, or engaging in inappropriate or unwanted behavior with them, while they were between the ages of 16 and 22. The age of consent in Alabama is 16.

Most of the incidents are said to have occurred in the late 1970s; one involved alleged groping of a 28-year-old woman in 1991. In the 1970s, Moore was an assistant district attorney in Alabama. A local police officer stated that she was told to prevent Moore from being around cheerleaders "in their 20s", though she says "the department took no action against Moore because it never received complaints...."[2]Moore has denied the sexual abuse allegations, which were made by Leigh Corfman (then 14), Beverly Young Nelson (then 16), and Tina Johnson (then 28).

On November 10, Moore acknowledged knowing and remembering Debbie Wesson Gibson and Gloria Thacker Deason, but said, although he could not remember "specific dates" between him and Gibson, "If we did go out on dates then we did." He said that he did not "remember ever dating any girl without the permission of her mother". However on November 27 and 29, Moore declared, "I do not know any of these women," "did not date any of these women and have not engaged in any sexual misconduct with anyone".

The allegations were made when Moore was the Republican candidate for U.S. Senate in a special election.[3] At the time of the allegations it was too late to remove Moore's name from on the ballot.[4] Prominent Republicans and religious leaders such as John McCain, Mitt Romney, and Russell Moore (no relation) called for Moore to drop out of the race after the allegations were reported.[5][6] Other senators withdrew their endorsements of Moore's Senate candidacy.[7][8][9][10] Days later, Speaker of the House Paul Ryan called for Moore to abandon his campaign.[11]Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell also announced that he believes the women who made the accusations and that Moore should "step aside".[12] President Donald Trump, however, endorsed Moore, and accepted his denials.[13][14] Alabama Republicans largely defended Moore from the allegations.[15][16] The Republican National Committee initially cut ties with Moore after the accusations were made publicly, but later restored funding to Moore's campaign.[14] This scandal helped propel Doug Jones, Moore's opponent, to an upset victory in the Senate special election.[17] In the year following the allegations, no criminal charges were issued against Moore, and the issue left the public spotlight. Moore filed civil suit against the accusers on April 30, 2018, citing defamation of character. [
Roy Moore sexual misconduct allegations - Wikipedia
Wikipedia › wiki › Roy_Moore_sexual_...
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Like I said, just another kavanaugh, smollet election time concoction.
Wise up.

In November 2017, nine women came forward with allegations of sexual misconduct, child molestation, and pedophilia against Roy Moore, the Republican nominee in the 2017 United States Senate special election in Alabama and a former Chief Justice of the Supreme Court of Alabama. Three of the women alleged that he had sexually assaulted them, two during their adolescence (one who was 16 at the time of the alleged incident, when Moore was 31, and one who was 14 at the time of the alleged incident, when Moore was 32).[1] Six other women recalled Moore pursuing romantic relationships, or engaging in inappropriate or unwanted behavior with them, while they were between the ages of 16 and 22. The age of consent in Alabama is 16.

Most of the incidents are said to have occurred in the late 1970s; one involved alleged groping of a 28-year-old woman in 1991. In the 1970s, Moore was an assistant district attorney in Alabama. A local police officer stated that she was told to prevent Moore from being around cheerleaders "in their 20s", though she says "the department took no action against Moore because it never received complaints...."[2]Moore has denied the sexual abuse allegations, which were made by Leigh Corfman (then 14), Beverly Young Nelson (then 16), and Tina Johnson (then 28).

On November 10, Moore acknowledged knowing and remembering Debbie Wesson Gibson and Gloria Thacker Deason, but said, although he could not remember "specific dates" between him and Gibson, "If we did go out on dates then we did." He said that he did not "remember ever dating any girl without the permission of her mother". However on November 27 and 29, Moore declared, "I do not know any of these women," "did not date any of these women and have not engaged in any sexual misconduct with anyone".

The allegations were made when Moore was the Republican candidate for U.S. Senate in a special election.[3] At the time of the allegations it was too late to remove Moore's name from on the ballot.[4] Prominent Republicans and religious leaders such as John McCain, Mitt Romney, and Russell Moore (no relation) called for Moore to drop out of the race after the allegations were reported.[5][6] Other senators withdrew their endorsements of Moore's Senate candidacy.[7][8][9][10] Days later, Speaker of the House Paul Ryan called for Moore to abandon his campaign.[11]Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell also announced that he believes the women who made the accusations and that Moore should "step aside".[12] President Donald Trump, however, endorsed Moore, and accepted his denials.[13][14] Alabama Republicans largely defended Moore from the allegations.[15][16] The Republican National Committee initially cut ties with Moore after the accusations were made publicly, but later restored funding to Moore's campaign.[14] This scandal helped propel Doug Jones, Moore's opponent, to an upset victory in the Senate special election.[17] In the year following the allegations, no criminal charges were issued against Moore, and the issue left the public spotlight. Moore filed civil suit against the accusers on April 30, 2018, citing defamation of character. [
Roy Moore sexual misconduct allegations - Wikipedia
Wikipedia › wiki › Roy_Moore_sexual_...
https://www.google.com/url?sa=t&source=web&rct=j&url=https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Roy_Moore_sexual_misconduct_allegations&ved=2ahUKEwjVpISpiOTgAhULbq0KHU2VATAQFjAAegQIARAB&usg=AOvVaw385p4lqRBla9h1hVTxlHQZ
Oh right... he's a conservative so there's no way he's guilty. Totally solid point.
 
Speaking of defending child rapists. Who are you voting for as President, Joe? I'm assuming from this post Roy Moore won't be able to count on your support anymore...

Just plain " Dumb " response...

Come on now...

Bernie just finished Giving away the Country in his opening speech
in Brooklyn.....I'm sure Bloomberg loved that " Hot Rant "...
 
Here's a video that goes to the other candidate I'm considering supporting in 2020- Howard Schultz (or possibly Michael Bloomberg).

Socialist to the left of me, an greedy jokers on my right, here I am.
 
Here's a video that goes to the other candidate I'm considering supporting in 2020- Howard Schultz (or possibly Michael Bloomberg).

Socialist to the left of me, an greedy jokers on my right, here I am.



Awwww......." Tiny " T got a book deal.......
 
Somebody sounds very cranky that so many of the sleazebags surrounding his hero are going to jail.
Sorry, bud...maybe you can bid on Paulie's fur coat before he goes away for good.
I don't care who goes to jail if they are guilty of something besides process crimes, I here there will be some big news in the next week or so. Can't wait.
 
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