Here’s Some Stupid For Lunch

Roger Stone: Never Laid Again?

Roger Stone-Tied Group Threatens GOP: If Trump Goes Down, So Does Your Senate Majority

[C]onservative operatives and a super PAC with ties to infamous GOP dirty trickster Roger Stone are calling for Trump supporters to punish Republicans by sitting out Georgia’s crucial Senate runoffs or writing in Trump’s name instead. And though their efforts remain on the party’s fringes, the trajectory of the movement has Republicans fearful that it could cost the GOP control of the Senate.

The most aggressive call to boycott or cast protest ballots in the two runoff races has, so far, come from a dormant pro-Trump super PAC with ties to Stone that unveiled a new initiative to retaliate against the Republican Party’s supposed turncoats by handing Democrats control of the U.S. Senate.

Hell done froze over: I’m agreeing with Roger Stone on sumpin’. I hope that Possum Hollar hears and heeds his advice.

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18 Responses to Here’s Some Stupid For Lunch

  1. sos says:

    We must march! Into the forbidden zone!

    I mean we must amplify this brilliant strategy!

    Liked by 2 people

  2. They’re getting really close to the “Say hello to my leetle frien!” stage of getting high on their own supply…

    Liked by 3 people

  3. Big Bad Bald Bastard says:

    I’m digging this circular firing squad in a big way!

    Liked by 3 people

  4. Kiwiwriter says:

    Roger Stone, the stopped digital clock, is finally right.

    Liked by 2 people

  5. spotthedog says:

    “Republicans In Disarray”; I’ve seen that as a headline at least once recently. More please!

    Liked by 4 people

  6. Dennis Cole says:

    OK, so correct me if I’m wrong, but my research has led me to the understanding that currently, the US Senate is comprised of 50 Rethuglikkklans and 48 Dimocraps, with the runoff in Georgeduh either striking the balance, or tipping it over into another (R) majority. But a 50-50 balance would be offset by Kamala, who can be trusted to toe the line, and it would make McTurdhole’s position as Leader superfluous, and there’s even the possibility of him being removed and demoted, if I’m following the Senate Rules rightly.

    Seems to me that there ought to be some Federal Standards for the States to follow and adhere to, as far as the timing of elections, how and when and by whom votes are collected & tabulated, and timetables and other rules for runoffs. With 50 different states having their own various methods makes things so complicated that I’m giving up, and returning to my 1500-piece all-white free-form jigsaw puzzle with no corners or straight edges – it’s a lot simpler, fer shure.

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    • tengrain says:

      Enjoy the puzzle, DC.

      The states control everything except the date of the election. (And the gibberish about the EC and the rules of what happens if someone dies, etc.).

      It’s one of the reasons the elections would be really difficult to hack as you’d have to have experts in each of the 50 states, and often in the individual counties. National, uniform standard would also be a one-stop shop for stealing the election.

      Now, there should be a national standard for voting rights. Oh. Wait.



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      • Dennis Cole says:

        What I meant was we should set standards for early voting, and when those votes could and should be counted. Why wait until the last minute, when everyone gets so frazzled that tempers flare, and sometimes fists fly. I think 2 weeks prior is a fair standard to adapt.
        And each state has different rules and standards for “Poll Watchers,” and “Election Observers,” and “Vote-count Observers.” Seems like it wouldn’t be much more difficult than wrangling feral cats, to set some Federal guidelines to take care of that, along with some Rules & Regs for when mail-in ballots can be accepted and therefore counted, if they’re postmarked by midnight on Election Day. What’s appropriate? 1 week? Two?
        After all, look at how tRump tried to cripple the USPS, in order to slow down the delivery and acceptance of a lot of ballots.

        For a highly-developed Society, as far as the technology of the rest of our “operating systems” goes, to still remain mired in 19th century voting difficulties is unacceptable.


  7. Infidel753 says:

    It’s nice to be able to sit back and relax because the other side’s rats are effing themselves.

    Liked by 2 people

  8. Weird Dave says:

    Oh please, oh please, OH PLEASSSSSEEE!

    Liked by 2 people

  9. spotthedog says:

    Not many people know this; that tattoo was intended to function as his prison rape deterrent. Would have been better if positioned somewhat lower.

    Liked by 1 person

  10. Ten Bears says:

    Blew the sekrit plan to throw the dems a trifecta.

    Too late, can’t stop it, bwahahahahahaha …

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  11. roket says:

    Write in Trump’s name? Hell, vote for the Democrat. That would really show them.


  12. Karla says:

    Apparently, there’s no mechanism for write-ins for this election.
    That’s not to say that people getting mail-in ballots couldn’t just write whatever they wanted to all over the damn ballot, but it won’t be counted as a vote.
    Wouldn’t this be great? Stone convinces dumb folks to get a mail-in ballot so they can write in LDN, and then LDN gets no votes because they don’t count. But there’s a shit-ton of spoiled ballots.


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