You wanna see a patriot?

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14 Responses to You wanna see a patriot?

  1. donnah says:

    Gabriel Sterling was outstanding in that speech. I don’t know what he says or does otherwise, but he nailed this speech with sincerity and righteous indignation. And his sign language interpreter matched his delivery in spirit, too.

    Republicans should be watching this and stepping up to denounce the violence threatened against pollworkers and others, and also demand that Trump concede now. But we know they’re spineless cowards. It’s disgusting.

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    • MDavis says:

      Someone from Perdue’s office allegedly said that Perdue allegedly condemns violence. Also, she claimed the state has issues with the way it runs it elections. (Give a penny, take a penny)

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  2. roket says:

    Righteous indignation from a fellow republican? The party that is NOT, I repeat NOT in disarray? LDN’s expected response has already been entered into the historical record and goes something like this:

    “Don’t talk to me that way. You’re just a lightweight. I’m the president of the United States. Don’t ever talk to the president that way,” Trump said to Reuters White House correspondent Jeff Mason Gabriel Sterling, the Voting Systems Manager for the Georgia Secretary of State’s office.

    Rinse, repeat.

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  3. spotthedog says:

    Great to see some in the GOP coming to realize they have been supporting a loathsome sack of shit for the past 4 years.

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    • Dennis Cole says:

      Yeah, at this late date, it’s SO nice to see someone figure out he has that sack swinging between his legs for a reason, and that, by golly, his spine’s NOT composed of Jell-O. Plus, as well, besides, he’s an underling. Where’s his BOSS?!?!?!?!
      Yeah, the guy that’s trying to implement a “strong suggestion,” or a “guideline” for poll workers, and registrars to BOLO for people coming in from out of state to try to register and then vote in the runoff.

      He’s trying to implement a “plan” that only allows people who have a car registered in GA to vote, but he can’t exactly make it a new rule, and he certainly can’t impose it as a law, but he’s instructing all the county heads in charge to make it as difficult as possible for the elderly, college students, and the Poorz, who understandably don’t have a car to vote, by checking their IDs through the DMV.

      And only days after claiming he usetabe a tRumpeter, but then donny threw him unda da bus, like a common crime lord.

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      • beckymaenot says:

        Yeah- DC- I’m with you on this. A bunch of Republican thugs running the state of Georgia are now upset because the head thug hurt their little feefees and acted thuggish towards them. Crymeafuckingriver.

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  4. GranDude says:

    Does he realize he’s asking Republicans to not be Republicans? This is how they win.


  5. Ten Bears says:

    I’m not very good at signing but it is something I have to do, everyday, so naturally I was drawn to the signer (translator for deaf people), who if it were a show stole it. In communicating with those who cannot hear body language and facial expression are as important as the actual signs (hand-signals, for lack of a better term) themselves and I am here to tell you now ladies and gentlemen, dudes ‘n dudettes, that was some of the best signing I have ever seen. Delivered with emphasis.

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  6. Big Bad Bald Bastard says:

    The problem with riding a tiger for the past four decades is that dismounting is even more dangerous than the ride itself.

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  7. beckymaenot says:

    Sure- they care when it’s their people being threatened. Sure- elections are the back bone of our democracy- that’s sounds nice but where was this guy when Kemp was throwing nearly a million people off of the voter rolls? The fact is- these people have been Trump supporters all along and the only reason they are complaining about the threatened violence now is they are on the receiving end. This kind display of righteous indignation only works if you are righteous- and none of these GA Republicans are. Ask Stacy, she’ll explain.

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  8. Dennis Cole says:

    So, essentially he’s saying that it’s finally time to gab the bull by its tail, and face the issues as they, uh………..issue forth?


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