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originally posted by: butcherguy
originally posted by: pavil
a reply to: PokeyJoe
Turkey joined in 1952 with Greece. I don't Trust Erodgan at all. He was one of the major causes why the Cancer of ISIS spread like it did. He's a Big Muslim Brotherhood supporter too.
Don't forget that.
He has bragged that he was going to make a new caliphate.
originally posted by: carewemust
a reply to: Guyfriday
Heart Issues (Cummings, Sanders), Brain Issues (Biden, Nadler), Black Eyes (Too many to name), Medical Boots(Too many to name).... seem to be primarily afflicting Democrats. There must be an underlying connection we're not aware of yet.
originally posted by: carewemust
a reply to: onehuman
President Trump has said on more than one occasion that exposing the vast corruption in U.S. government will be his "crowning achievement."
Maybe tonight there will be a big revelation? Knowing President Trump's personality, (IMO) HE would want to be the one to make a huge announcement. (Doesn't want documentaries over the next 100 years showing Barr making it.)
Gen. Vallely was asked by a listener in Mike’s chatroom, “Who’s the individual calling himself or themselves Q?”
Gen. Vallely answered the following: “Q-Anon is information that comes out of a group called ‘The Army of Northern Virginia.’ This is a group of military intelligence specialists, of over 800 people that advises the president. The president does not have a lot of confidence in the CIA or the DIA (Defense Intelligence Agency) much anymore. So the President relies on real operators, who are mostly Special Operations type of people. This is where ‘Q’ picks up some of his information.”
Together with Lt. Gen. Thomas McInerney, Vallely co-authored a book published in 2004, titled Endgame: The Blueprint for Victory in the War on Terror.
Vallely also co-authored a 1980 paper with then PSYOP analyst Michael Aquino titled From PSYOP to MindWar: The Psychology of Victory. MindWar is defined as "the deliberate aggressive convincing of all participants in a war that we will win that war." The paper contrasts a use of psychological operations such as propaganda with a new approach. The paper contains this passage:
originally posted by: onehuman
a reply to: AndyFromMichigan
I just started a poll on it and tagged Pelosi so she can see the outcome! Its already moving pretty fast and its 100% POTUS was right to bring them home so far anyway!
A Rasmussen Poll reveals that most likely voters tend to side with Trump in saying that the U.S. is too involved in Middle East conflicts, with a plurality of 37 percent saying so. Meanwhile, less than 20 percent said the U.S. should be more involved, and 36 percent said the current level of involvement is about right.
Swing voters by a wider plurality of 42 percent say the U.S. is too involved in the Middle East, with only 16 percent wanting more U.S. involvement. Another 34 percent of swing voters said the current level of involvement is about right.
Most working class voters, those with only a high school degree, agree with Trump that the U.S. is too involved in the Middle East. About 43 percent of Americans with only a high school degree say the U.S. is too involved as opposed to just 30 percent who said the current level of involvement is about right. Only 17 percent of these working class voters said the U.S. should be more involved in Middle East conflicts.
Getting the U.S. out of foreign wars is especially popular with young Americans, who are the most likely to agree with Trump on the issue. A plurality of 45 percent of young likely voters between 18 and 33 said the U.S. is too involved in the Middle East. Another 30 percent said the current level of involvement is about right, and less than 20 percent said they wanted to see more U.S. involvement.