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All you need to see to know Trump will announce his 2024 candidacy for President very very soon. Days to weeks.

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  • ghostsniper July 7, 2022, 1:10 PM

    Should have snarling flames on the engine nacelles.
    50 sheen guns on each wing.
    And Cragar mags.
    T-bone steaks for all passengers.

    • John Venlet July 7, 2022, 1:16 PM

      T-bone steaks for all passengers.

      But ya gotta eat your steak with ketchup.

    • Jim in Oxford July 8, 2022, 12:05 AM

      And, although not exactly aerodynamic on that plane, a huge GMC 6-71 blower and Zoomie headers.

  • John the River July 7, 2022, 1:44 PM

    I’ve heard and read a lot about in 2024 DeSantos should be the GOP choice for President.
    What I haven’t heard is who should ‘hold’ Florida for the GOP since that state is vitally important.
    Upon reflection I think that it’s OK for DeSantos to run for President, but only if Donald Trump agrees and runs for Governor of Florida. Otherwise DeSantos can wait his turn.
    I’d rather have Trump run and win the Presidency anyway, and I have a new campaign slogan for him, “No More Mr. Nice Guy”.

    • ghostsniper July 7, 2022, 2:30 PM

      Vincent Furnier is a conservative and a gun toter so I bet he’d get onboard that asap.
      Nothing like a revival after 50 years, eh?
      DeSantos climbed the ladder quick, be careful of him, I suspect he would flip.
      BTW, VF is Alice Cooper, the creator of NMMNG.
      “I went to church incognito, when everybody rose, the reverend Smithy recognized me and punched me in the nose.” Right there Trump could punch the shit out of a drooped over blowup doll of biden and bidens pants would fall down revealing nasty pooped underpants.

  • Dirk July 7, 2022, 3:13 PM

    Trump/ Desantis =2024
    Desantis/ ? =2028
    Desantis/? =2032

    Trump has one more term, Desantis needs to be selected VP, get four years under his belt.

    Then his two terms as the President. It’s a strategy worth reviewing. That’s 12 years. The party needs to find and market a presidential candidate for 2036 already.

    At some point we will see that retard from Calif, he concerns me. What a douche.

    • Joe Krill July 7, 2022, 4:16 PM

      I agree. Trump/DeSantis. 2024

      DeSantis. 2028. 2032

  • ThisIsNotNutella July 7, 2022, 3:29 PM

    Just vote harder Boys!

    • John A. Fleming July 7, 2022, 3:57 PM

      Vote smarter. This may be the last time this works. A successful campaign will aggressively pursue and sue for anti-fraud in all suspect states. A different kind of ground game. The proggros will pursue every means of fraud possible, and the repubs had better be ready to oppose every attempt. I’m not sure the RNC is up to the job for that this year, but they had better be in ’24.

      There is one thing that can be done. Since fraud by absentee ballot is so prevalent and so easy, your side should not vote by mail. Vote en masse on judgement day, first Tuesday in November. Keep the fraudsters guessing how many extra ballots they will have to discover in the backs of mysterious trucks that magically appear at 3AM at the counting centers. Don’t make it easy for them. Mob the counting centers with cameras and poll watchers everywhere. Refuse to be shut out.

      Realistically, what can be done against an adversary who does not recognize any constraints on their behavior, is unscrupulous in the pursuit of power, and doesn’t fear any punishments for discovery? What, short of open war? The only thing I can come up with is to document their perfidy so thoroughly that even judges and persecutors cannot look away. A different kind of ground game.

      • ThisIsNotNutella July 7, 2022, 4:42 PM

        Problem with voting smarter is that most of the electorate are functionally morons. And lazy. Getting people to forego postal voting and to show up on election day *and* actually get into the polling stations (Anti-Fa, dirty tricks, etc.) will be a job of work. Ditto vote-counting scrutiny and lawfare-ing.

        Trump is not the answer, but he is a truckload of Klieg Lights shone on the murky shit show. His running at least ought bring things to the boil faster. If it were done when ’tis done, then ’twere well It were done quickly’.

  • My two cents July 7, 2022, 4:01 PM

    Trump seems determined to keep fighting the 2020 “stolen election” battle. (Water over the dam.) He comes with a LOT of baggage, and assuredly, would produce a lot more if elected. I believe that the survival of America is at stake. We cannot afford to “go back”. People want a fresh start, a fresh chance at truly “Making America Great Again”. There will be other good candidates to run in later years if we can win in 2024. DeSantis might have two terms (why not?). The GOP has a “bench” coming along, which the “dims” never bothered to build for themselves (too selfish). Furthermore, I highly doubt that DeSantis would agree to run for VP under Trump. Why be shackled with the Trump baggage? It’s his legacy (policy) that is important, not Trump himself. DeSantis is his own man and knows how to make and implement good decisions. He also has life experience (with the military, law, etc.) that Trump never had.

    DeSantis brief bio: https://rondesantis.com/meet-ron/

    Ron DeSantis is the 46th Governor of Florida.

    A native Floridian with blue-collar roots, Ron attended Dunedin High School and worked his way through Yale University, where he graduated with honors and was the captain of the varsity baseball team. He also graduated with honors from Harvard Law School. While at Harvard, he earned a commission in the U.S. Navy as a JAG officer. During his active-duty service, Ron deployed to Iraq as an adviser to a U.S. Navy SEAL commander in support of the SEAL mission in Fallujah, Ramadi and the rest of Al Anbar province. His military decorations include the Bronze Star Medal for Meritorious Service and the Iraq Campaign Medal.

    Ron also served as a federal prosecutor, where he targeted and convicted child predators. He was elected to Congress in 2012 and advocated for congressional term limits and a balanced budget amendment. He also spearheaded oversight efforts to expose malfeasance in the IRS and in agencies involved in abusing their authority during the manufacturing of the Russia collusion conspiracy theory. Congressman DeSantis was also a leading champion for America’s veterans and helped enact reforms to the VA and place an emphasis on mental health.

    • Joe Krill July 7, 2022, 4:20 PM

      I often wonder what people gain by using aliases. My opinion is that they lose a lot of credibility.

      • ThisIsNotNutella July 7, 2022, 4:43 PM

        People with jobs and families to support who don’t want to lose both because they posted here.

        Boom Boom.

    • ThisIsNotNutella July 7, 2022, 4:47 PM

      If he’s that great, he should stay in Florida and fortify it :).

      You *do* also realise, I hope, that such a stellar career up through the contemporary Cursus Honorum is a double-edged sword. He’s been shown the all the Kingdoms of the World for sure. All you know is that he hasn’t obviously settled yet. Might be hanging out for a better offer. Or might be the Chosen One. You and I have no way of knowing. But I know which way I’d bet if my life depended upon it.

      Also JAG. Seriously?

      Anyway, forget DC (Tubman Distrito Federale as Severian puts it… Good way to conceptualise your Imperial Capital)… It’s too late for it. Saving states and chunks of territory is where the puck is going to be.

      Let Trump run. You send your best Clown to the Carnival… not your best high-achieving All-American Boy.

    • azlibertarian July 7, 2022, 4:54 PM

      While I’ll support him if he chooses to run, I think that Trump should act as the Kingmaker in ’24 instead of running himself. As you note, he drives the Left bat-shit crazy (which can be distracting), but additionally, on Inauguration Day of ’25, he will be 78 years, 7 months old. Yeah, he’s in not-bad shape (apparently), but he’d still be damned near 79 years old, and IMO, that is time to consider retirement.

      I give DeSantis the edge, assuming that he doesn’t step in it between now and then.

    • Dirk July 7, 2022, 7:10 PM

      Areyou suggesting the historic theft of an election should not be investigated? It’s just water over the dam?

      Are you suggesting that Trump his people are incapable of multi tasking, correcting the wrong created by the communist Biden admin, all the while cleaning up any and all federal agencies, at least attempting to problem solve.

      Are you suggesting that State, and Justice haven’t been weaponized by other nations the wealthy?.

      Are you saying that the communist democrats and republicans involved in a shame trial, spending millions of our dollars, was/is except-able.

      Are you suggesting the lies the manipulation the innuendo and the fact that clearly an innocent man was tried TWICE for crimes against govt. we’re exceptable? Again how many millions of tax payer dollars was squandered.

      Are you suggesting it is legal, ethical for sitting elected officials to knowingly lie to We The People.

      My two cents,,,,,,their is so much wrong with what’s happened. What’s happening. What will continue to happen without justice, without accountability.

      From a political point of view, I can see zero political strategic moves that will keep the openly communist out of the White House.

      I differ in I understand that Desantis would except the position of VP, as it’s the logical choice. It’s the right move for him, for this nation.

      Friend water under the bridge is never a good strategy.

      • My two cents July 7, 2022, 8:48 PM

        I am suggesting nothing about what happened in the 2020 election. I do believe it was “stolen”, made possible by the funding of the billionaire elites (which was never possible until now, with the confluence of the power of tech/media manipulation and elite “Davos”/New World Order billions). I too would like to “see justice done”.

        However, for us personally, our immediate problem is Survival in the world in which we now find ourselves. THAT MEANS WINNING THE 2024 ELECTION. Maybe THEN we can work on “justice for the election”, while simultaneously trying to turn the world right-side up again: a pretty big challenge, IMO. If we don’t win, nothing else will matter.

        Trump is extremely polarizing and is obsessed with proving himself right (for his own self-image?). Just look at the “new” “super-impressive” plane. “Make Myself Great Again”. I was very hopeful for the 2020 election, and grateful (still am) for the MANY positive things he did for the country. But this is a different world. We are dealing with global evil. I, for one, do not care about the state of his ego. And even I have terminal “Trump fatigue”.

        It has been said that intelligence is the ability to adapt to reality. We are in a new reality.

        For any saying that an “alias” detracts from one’s credibility, I would say, “judge a post by its content; respond in kind (and rationally) to the content”. Not to the poster’s “alias”, which is irrelevant.

        • Dirk July 8, 2022, 7:38 AM

          My two cents, we all get a voice in this. After rereading my post which I pounded out, I’m sorry literally appears I’m attacking you. I’m not

          I understand your concerns,

          Don’t think it’s a secret around here that I’m VERY pro Trump. He’s an imperfect man, who loves his country.

          GO TRUMP!


  • mmack July 7, 2022, 4:31 PM

    They’d better remove those window masks or the pilots are gonna be doing a TON of instrument flying. 😝

    Skipping political arguments for the moment, it is truly impressive to see something that big getting painted, and realizing a 1:1 plane gets painted pretty much like I paint my own model airplanes with plenty of masking tape. 😁

    Of course, I use decals where they don’t. 😂

  • Foo July 7, 2022, 7:52 PM

    Trump/DeSantis works.
    So does DeSantis/? And Governor Trump of FL, tho I dont see him settling.

    • Dirk July 8, 2022, 7:41 AM

      Foo, I’ve given your suggestion a lot of thought, works for me, Florida with its state elected, will be fine, I’m thinking big pic.

      Way I see it, we get one more chance to unfuck this. We get it wrong, it’s “ The Long Range Boggy”. For me!

  • Sid V July 8, 2022, 4:32 AM

    I absolutely love Donald J Trump, but he does some stupid sh**, says a lot of stupid sh**, makes some terrible hires, and gives WAY TOO MANY INTERVIEWS to hostile media. He would be a risky choice in terms of his ability to actually win. DeSantis is the smarter man, has a fantastic résumé, knows exactly what to say and do without making dumb mistakes, has an excellent record as gov, and should be the nominee in 2024.

    He wouldn’t take the job of course, but I’d like to see Trump as SOS, shoving the America First agenda down the gullet of the Klaus Schwab/Great Reset/Build Back Bolshevik globalist types.

  • John Venlet July 8, 2022, 4:45 AM

    As much as I admire Donald Trump and his admiration of classical American ideals, his time as POTUS, and Biden’s time as POTUS as it currently is, shows that it is not POTUS who is actually running things. Donald Trump was thwarted by the bloated bureaucracy which is filled with socialist minded individuals who will do whatever it takes to protect their positions within our rotten government. Biden, such as he is, is not “running” things, as even the black messiah’s man Axelrod recently admitted. Re-installing Trump as POTUS will not accomplish anything for America and American individuals unless a thorough dismantling of the bureaucracy is accomplished. It isn’t Biden ruining America, and Trump is not America’s savior. The bureaucracy must be destroyed.

    • ghostsniper July 8, 2022, 12:24 PM

      John sed: “The bureaucracy must be destroyed.”
      Agreed. That is the root of the evil.

      John sed: “Re-installing Trump as POTUS will not accomplish anything for America and American individuals unless a thorough dismantling of the bureaucracy is accomplished.”
      Agreed again.
      That is why Trump, on his campaign, must spell this out in no uncertain terms, so that even an idiot can understand. Then after elected he must levy EO’s that will eliminate entire entities, like the FBI to start. Fire every single employee of the FBI and cancel all pensions, and benefits. ALL of it with no exceptions. Sell all of the buildings and contents to the highest bidders and use the proceeds to pay toward the national debt.

      Rather than blubbering on and on on social media about personal emotionalistic pablum Trump must use the platforms to inform the public exactly what he is doing and the details as to anyone that is trying to prevent him from doing so. This way his supporters can support him in whatever way they can to assist him in wresting control over the bureaucratic blockades and cause any stonewalling politicians to run for cover. IOW, be the bare fisted brawler that is needed.

      If Trump can’t outline this sort of plan right up front, then no one should support him and he needs to get the hell out of the way for someone that can.

      “The time is now.”
      –Raging Patriot, 2099

      • My two cents July 8, 2022, 4:31 PM

        Trump is not going to change. Nope. Not possible.
        “If wishes were horses, beggars would ride.”

        • ghostsniper July 8, 2022, 6:25 PM

          Probably true.

  • Tom Hyland July 8, 2022, 8:50 AM

    Trump was tainted goods from the get-go. Back in the 80’s the Rothschild bank bailed him out of his bankrupt adventures in Atlantic City. Wilber Ross was the bankruptcy officer for that institution, from 1970 until 2000, and Trump was told back then that he could become President some day but there’s going to be payback involved. Look what happened. Trump made Ross the Secretary of Commerce and The Donald bent over… took it up the ass by Fauci, Gates, Soros, Schwab, his own son-in-law and every hire he allowed into the White House. Trump still boasts that he’s the godfather of the vaccines. The PTB placed Trump where they wanted him because they knew he’d suck up the patriots and place that gullible group into their meat grinder. Now Trump just might make another comeback to suck up even more. He was asked, “You want to live in your beautiful house with your beautiful wife? Just do as you’re told.” Trump pardoned thugs and criminals on the way out the door but he left Assange to rot. FDT.

    • nunnya bidnez, jr July 8, 2022, 9:32 AM

      Fool me once, shame on you; fool me twice shame on me.
      Is that what’s going through your mind, Tom?
      I’m sure that’s going through Trump’s mind.
      All those bad hires in that he had, all the people he put underserved faith in, fooled him once.
      Ain’t gonna happen again.
      The comeback is needed to clean house, no other candidate will want the revenge as much as Trump.
      The comeback isn’t to suck up more, it’s house-cleaning revenge. And the masses of uninvolved and ignorant voters have had a year to see how bad things have become, how much worse they could become, what with gas prices, food shortages, supply chain disruptions, foreign affairs entanglements, gaslighting, heavy-handed enforcement of lockdowns and mandates.
      Trump’s comeback is necessary to send a message.

      • Tom Hyland July 8, 2022, 10:30 AM

        I wasn’t fooled. I never voted for him. I’ve only voted once and that was for Jimmy Carter. The only candidate I’ve ever sent money to was Ron Paul. Mark Twain said long ago, “If voting made any difference they wouldn’t let us do it.” I believe the last election proved that point very well. I enjoyed Trump while watching him cause liberals’ brains to explode. He was very good at that. Being I’m from the NYC area his speech and mannerisms were never offensive, just reminded me of the way my parents and all the neighbors used to talk. If he continues to persecute Assange or allows him to die in a jail cell… or if he still flounders on the border wall? Nothing to see here folks.

  • My two cents July 9, 2022, 10:12 AM

    A wise person has said, “Never miss a good chance to keep your mouth shut.”
    (Or, you don’t have to verbalize every thought that passes through your head.)
    Example du jour: (7/9/22) https://www.breitbart.com/politics/2022/07/09/trump-announces-he-wont-endorse-hartzler-in-mo-senate-race/

    “You can forget about Vicky Hartzler for Senate from the Great State of Missouri,” Trump began in an emphatic post on Truth Social. “She called me this morning asking for my Endorsement, much as she has on many other occasions.”

    He continued:

    I was anything but positive in that I don’t think she has what it takes to take on the Radical Left Democrats, together with their partner in the destruction of our Country, the Fake News Media and, of course, the deceptive & foolish RINOs. I was very nice to Vicky on the call, but will NOT BE ENDORSING HER FOR THE SENATE!”

    (Is there a good reason for antagonizing untold numbers of people on a daily basis?)
    Scot proverb: “Least said, soonest mended.”

  • Dirk July 11, 2022, 7:10 PM

    Antagonizing folks, we’ll it keeps me amused. That’s the problem we all take our selves to seriously, think our views opinions matter. The don’t.