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That almost makes me nostalgic for when the dumbest thing a conservative could say was Obama is a Kenyan Muslim working with atheists to enable Sharia Law in the United States.
Yeah, I mean that was at least physically possible.
 

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Are we certain Lindell is off the Columbian marching powder? I don't think it's possible to be that ignorant and yet so confidant without "help".

I am not familiar with all of the side effects of the version of cocaine Mike was hooked on, but back in the 80s I did some of the "classic" version, and it did not give me delusions or hallucinations. That was a different substance I never tried, but my roommate did a lot of it and subsequently believed he had been abducted by aliens.

Acid. I'm saying the My Pillow guy has been tripping balls on LSD. A lot of it.

Just read wiki on this pillow guy. Did not know he was a former gambling and crack addict. And now he is giving interviews/"lectures" on elections security. What a country!
 

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Are we certain Lindell is off the Columbian marching powder? I don't think it's possible to be that ignorant and yet so confidant without "help".

I am not familiar with all of the side effects of the version of cocaine Mike was hooked on, but back in the 80s I did some of the "classic" version, and it did not give me delusions or hallucinations. That was a different substance I never tried, but my roommate did a lot of it and subsequently believed he had been abducted by aliens.

Acid. I'm saying the My Pillow guy has been tripping balls on LSD. A lot of it.

Just read wiki on this pillow guy. Did not know he was a former gambling and crack addict. And now he is giving interviews/"lectures" on elections security. What a country!

Now he's a trump and religion addict. All of them cloud the mind.
 

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Rudy Giuliani sells personalized video messages on Cameo for $199: ‘It can be arranged’

Rudy Giuliani, the staunch ally of Donald Trump who is facing a multi-million dollar defamation lawsuit related to his attempts to undermine the US presidential elections, has embraced a new potential earning stream.

Internet users, should they be inspired to do so, can now buy customized video messages from Giuliani, who has joined Cameo, a service that sells personalized videos recorded by celebrities.

“Hi. It’s Rudy Giuliani and I’m on Cameo” Giuliani says in a video posted on his Cameo page on Tuesday.

He goes on to say: “If there is an issue you want to discuss or a story you’d like to hear or share with me or a greeting that I can bring to someone that would bring happiness to their day, I would be delighted to do it. It can be arranged. We can talk through the magic of Cameo.”

The price? That starts at $199 (£140).

I hope he doesn't move up to "Only Fans". :eeka:
 

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Rudy Giuliani sells personalized video messages on Cameo for $199: ‘It can be arranged’

Rudy Giuliani, the staunch ally of Donald Trump who is facing a multi-million dollar defamation lawsuit related to his attempts to undermine the US presidential elections, has embraced a new potential earning stream.

Internet users, should they be inspired to do so, can now buy customized video messages from Giuliani, who has joined Cameo, a service that sells personalized videos recorded by celebrities.

“Hi. It’s Rudy Giuliani and I’m on Cameo” Giuliani says in a video posted on his Cameo page on Tuesday.

He goes on to say: “If there is an issue you want to discuss or a story you’d like to hear or share with me or a greeting that I can bring to someone that would bring happiness to their day, I would be delighted to do it. It can be arranged. We can talk through the magic of Cameo.”

The price? That starts at $199 (£140).

I hope he doesn't move up to "Only Fans". :eeka:
I dunno, "Only Fans and Blowers Total Air Conditioning Solutions" could use a spokesperson, and Giuliani certainly could use something to keep his hair from melting in the heat.
 

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Rudy Giuliani sells personalized video messages on Cameo for $199: ‘It can be arranged’

Rudy Giuliani, the staunch ally of Donald Trump who is facing a multi-million dollar defamation lawsuit related to his attempts to undermine the US presidential elections, has embraced a new potential earning stream.

Internet users, should they be inspired to do so, can now buy customized video messages from Giuliani, who has joined Cameo, a service that sells personalized videos recorded by celebrities.

“Hi. It’s Rudy Giuliani and I’m on Cameo” Giuliani says in a video posted on his Cameo page on Tuesday.

He goes on to say: “If there is an issue you want to discuss or a story you’d like to hear or share with me or a greeting that I can bring to someone that would bring happiness to their day, I would be delighted to do it. It can be arranged. We can talk through the magic of Cameo.”

The price? That starts at $199 (£140).

I hope he doesn't move up to "Only Fans". :eeka:
What a political whore!

So, any chance to get him to give props to a Sasha Baron Cohen persona?

Maybe get him to do a B-Day greeting for Alexis Bledel, and give her props for her role in the film Tuck Everlasting?
 

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Rudy Giuliani sells personalized video messages on Cameo for $199: ‘It can be arranged’

Rudy Giuliani, the staunch ally of Donald Trump who is facing a multi-million dollar defamation lawsuit related to his attempts to undermine the US presidential elections, has embraced a new potential earning stream.

Internet users, should they be inspired to do so, can now buy customized video messages from Giuliani, who has joined Cameo, a service that sells personalized videos recorded by celebrities.

“Hi. It’s Rudy Giuliani and I’m on Cameo” Giuliani says in a video posted on his Cameo page on Tuesday.

He goes on to say: “If there is an issue you want to discuss or a story you’d like to hear or share with me or a greeting that I can bring to someone that would bring happiness to their day, I would be delighted to do it. It can be arranged. We can talk through the magic of Cameo.”

The price? That starts at $199 (£140).

I hope he doesn't move up to "Only Fans". :eeka:

He's already skipped that step.
 

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[YOUTUBE]https://youtu.be/UXN9OWwA3Eo[/YOUTUBE]


Oh, but it gets better! Mike's own "cyber expert" says it's all bullshit!

https://www.thedailybeast.com/mypillow-guy-mike-lindells-cyber-expert-admits-they-have-no-proof-of-election-hack?ref=home

Trump-boosting pillow salesman Mike Lindell had offered $5 million to anyone who showed up to his three-day “cyber symposium” and could disprove his claims that China hacked the 2020 presidential election via voting machines.

That offer is no longer on the table as of Wednesday evening, according to Josh Merritt, the MyPillow CEO’s lead cyber expert.

In an interview with The Washington Times on Wednesday, Merritt acknowledged that the data Lindell had long promised to reveal at this week’s symposium in South Dakota was bogus.


I'm shocked, I tell you. Shocked.

Throughout the first day of the symposium, several cyber experts who had traveled to Sioux Falls to attend in person and examine the packet captures had become frustrated and irritated that Lindell failed to provide any data, with one attendee saying they’d only been shown “random garbage that wastes our time.”

According to Merritt, that’s because there was nothing to reveal. The “packet captures are unrecoverable in the data” and “the data, as provided, cannot prove a cyberincursion by China,” he told the Times.

But...we can see the data scrolling by on the screen! The proof is right there! Right? Well...

The blurred scrolling images appear to have been all for show. Another cyber expert, J. Kirk Weibe, told the Times that the “text was likely meant to resemble what the packet captures would look like in the data set but were not actual packet captures.”


The sad thing is that the suckers who are watching this won't be swayed by the words of the actual cyber experts Mike invited to examine the stuff.
 

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The sad thing is that the suckers who are watching this won't be swayed by the words of the actual cyber experts Mike invited to examine the stuff.

Of course not. That would ruin their fun.
 

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Rudy Giuliani sells personalized video messages on Cameo for $199: ‘It can be arranged’

Rudy Giuliani, the staunch ally of Donald Trump who is facing a multi-million dollar defamation lawsuit related to his attempts to undermine the US presidential elections, has embraced a new potential earning stream.

Internet users, should they be inspired to do so, can now buy customized video messages from Giuliani, who has joined Cameo, a service that sells personalized videos recorded by celebrities.

“Hi. It’s Rudy Giuliani and I’m on Cameo” Giuliani says in a video posted on his Cameo page on Tuesday.

He goes on to say: “If there is an issue you want to discuss or a story you’d like to hear or share with me or a greeting that I can bring to someone that would bring happiness to their day, I would be delighted to do it. It can be arranged. We can talk through the magic of Cameo.”

The price? That starts at $199 (£140).

I hope he doesn't move up to "Only Fans". :eeka:
What a political whore!

So, any chance to get him to give props to a Sasha Baron Cohen persona?

Maybe get him to do a B-Day greeting for Alexis Bledel, and give her props for her role in the film Tuck Everlasting?
Can we get a gofundme going to get him to record a message saying spilling the beans on the former guy on camera? :D
 

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What a political whore!

So, any chance to get him to give props to a Sasha Baron Cohen persona?

Maybe get him to do a B-Day greeting for Alexis Bledel, and give her props for her role in the film Tuck Everlasting?
Can we get a gofundme going to get him to record a message saying spilling the beans on the former guy on camera? :D

If we get ten members to donate 20 bucks a piece I will make that request on behalf of TFT. I'm in for my twenty.
 

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Rudy Giuliani sells personalized video messages on Cameo for $199: ‘It can be arranged’

Rudy Giuliani, the staunch ally of Donald Trump who is facing a multi-million dollar defamation lawsuit related to his attempts to undermine the US presidential elections, has embraced a new potential earning stream.

Internet users, should they be inspired to do so, can now buy customized video messages from Giuliani, who has joined Cameo, a service that sells personalized videos recorded by celebrities.

“Hi. It’s Rudy Giuliani and I’m on Cameo” Giuliani says in a video posted on his Cameo page on Tuesday.

He goes on to say: “If there is an issue you want to discuss or a story you’d like to hear or share with me or a greeting that I can bring to someone that would bring happiness to their day, I would be delighted to do it. It can be arranged. We can talk through the magic of Cameo.”

The price? That starts at $199 (£140).

I hope he doesn't move up to "Only Fans". :eeka:

I'd pay....
"Hi, this is your friend Rudi, and I'm standing on the Brooklyn Bridge, about to jump to my death. Thank you all for making me aware of my purely evil nature. GOODBYE, CRUEL WORLD! Aaaaaaaa"
 

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Trump admits he didn't know the president is an important part of running the country. And he said this while criticizing Biden on the Afghanistan withdraw, which was following the agreement Trump made.:picardfacepalm:

While criticizing President Joe Biden, Trump said: “We need a president that’s respected. I have never realized how important, frankly – and it is a horrible thing to say – how important a president, the head of this country is. I thought it would maybe run through bureaucracy, it doesn’t. You need somebody up there that they are going to respect.”
 

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I thought it would maybe run through bureaucracy,

Why would you think that? You constantly expected that Congress be composed of Yes Men to your CEO pronouncements, getting quite upset when they said, "No."
Your idea of a 'compromise' was to dictate a deal to other side and tell them they liked it. And threw a tantrum when they said , "No." Or 'Not Enough.' Or 'That's not actually legal, sir.'

NOW you think Presidential actions need to go through a process to vet them? Get real.
 

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Trump admits he didn't know the president is an important part of running the country. And he said this while criticizing Biden on the Afghanistan withdraw, which was following the agreement Trump made.:picardfacepalm:

While criticizing President Joe Biden, Trump said: “We need a president that’s respected. I have never realized how important, frankly – and it is a horrible thing to say – how important a president, the head of this country is. I thought it would maybe run through bureaucracy, it doesn’t. You need somebody up there that they are going to respect.”
Yeah... respect him....
 

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Too bad the dipshit did not figure out that he should act in a way that would gain him respect before he left office.
 

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This really isn't made up at all. Just shifted proper nouns.

PALM BEACH, FL -- In an interview with Sean Hannity, and without any sense of irony, the greatest embarrassment in the history of our country called the US withdrawal of troops from Afghanistan the "greatest embarrassment in the history of our country".

Greatest Embarrassment in the History of our Country said:
I don’t think in all of the years our country has ever been so humiliated. I don’t know if you call it a military defeat or a psychological defeat.

Neglecting to mention the withdrawal was based on the surrender plans that he actually helped author and sign... and the expected leader of the Taliban run nation will be the man who he helped free from a Pakistani prison, the Greatest Embarrassment in the History of our Country bemoaned ever going into the Middle East.
Greatest Embarrassment in the History of our Country said:
I know the Bush family will not be happy, but I believe it was the worst decision in the history of our country when we decided to go into the Middle East.
The Greatest Embarrassment in the History of our Country was not very outspoken with this hindsight casted as foresight about being against the Afghanistan invasion or Iraq invasion in 2001 or 2003.
 

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I thought it would maybe run through bureaucracy,

Why would you think that? You constantly expected that Congress be composed of Yes Men to your CEO pronouncements, getting quite upset when they said, "No."
Your idea of a 'compromise' was to dictate a deal to other side and tell them they liked it. And threw a tantrum when they said , "No." Or 'Not Enough.' Or 'That's not actually legal, sir.'

NOW you think Presidential actions need to go through a process to vet them? Get real.

No, I think he believed the bureaucracy had 2 function. 1: run the country, 2: pamper and cater to the whims of the figurehead-in-chief
When the whims contradict the proper running of the country.. too bad, do what he says and work around that somehow to keep making it look like he is successful. Which is probably how he ran his companies which explains the multiple bankruptcies.
 

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Trump admits he didn't know the president is an important part of running the country. And he said this while criticizing Biden on the Afghanistan withdraw, which was following the agreement Trump made.:picardfacepalm:

While criticizing President Joe Biden, Trump said: “We need a president that’s respected. I have never realized how important, frankly – and it is a horrible thing to say – how important a president, the head of this country is. I thought it would maybe run through bureaucracy, it doesn’t. You need somebody up there that they are going to respect.”

Sorry, but when did I need to start considering anything coming out of his mouth not an outright lie?

If he said the sky was blue I’d have to run to my nearest window and check for myself.
 

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Trump admits he didn't know the president is an important part of running the country. And he said this while criticizing Biden on the Afghanistan withdraw, which was following the agreement Trump made.:picardfacepalm:

While criticizing President Joe Biden, Trump said: “We need a president that’s respected. I have never realized how important, frankly – and it is a horrible thing to say – how important a president, the head of this country is. I thought it would maybe run through bureaucracy, it doesn’t. You need somebody up there that they are going to respect.”

Sorry, but when did I need to start considering anything coming out of his mouth not an outright lie?

If he said the sky was blue I’d have to run to my nearest window and check for myself.

The fun thing about this quote, however, is whether you consider it a lie or the truth, it says nothing good about the Former Fuckwit-In-Chief.
 

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Well, this is interesting. I don't care enough about Fox mouthpieces for Youtube to algorithm me videos of gossip about them, but this one turns out to be a bit more than just gleeful shit talking.

Laura Igraham's brother on why Laura is such an angry, abusive Nazi... she was raised by a Nazi sympathizer who taught her all the best abusive Nazi behaviors: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ekcbzm9mZlU&ab_channel=MeidasTouch

Curtis Ingraham said:
People say, "Well, how did you turn out so different?"

So in my life, I found love, and my sister has not found love.
 

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Kayleigh McEnany: When Trump 'was president, you didn't see crisis after crisis'

Former President Trump's ex-White House press secretary Kayleigh McEnany knocked President Biden in a television appearance on Tuesday, claiming the country didn’t see “crisis after crisis” when her boss held the presidency.

“We are eight months into a Biden presidency. Wrap your head around that. We still have three years and four months left,” McEnany said during an appearance on “Fox News Primetime” on Tuesday during a segment looking at the recent dip in approval ratings Biden has seen in the past week.

To be honest, FOX News Barbie does have a point. "Crisis after crisis", implies a break between all the shitstorms where one ended and another began. Trump's Presidency was just one giant melange of, "What has the cunt done now?"
 

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A "Sovereign Citizen" working hard to win some stupidity award apparently.

[YOUTUBE]https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RzuXtdMjvPY&ab_channel=VanBalion[/YOUTUBE]
 

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https://edition.cnn.com/2021/08/26/health/ivermectin-covid-19-warning-injuries/index.html

CNN said:
CDC warns against use of anti-parasitic drug ivermectin for Covid-19, as calls to poison control centers increase

(...)

Ivermectin is used to treat parasites such as worms and lice in humans and it is also used by veterinarians to de-worm large animals.

For months, conservative media -- including Fox News hosts Tucker Carlson, Sean Hannity, and Laura Ingraham -- have talked about how it could be used to treat Covid-19. It's a popular topic on Twitter. Ivermectin has been called a "miracle drug" in congressional hearings. Even Wisconsin Republican Sen. Ron Johnson has been touting its benefit to treat Covid-19 cure.

If a person already has worms, would it make sense to kill two birds with one stone and take this drug for covid also? Asking for a friend.

Also, if one happens to kill two birds with one stone, let's say sea gulls, is it safe to eat them without cooking?
 

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Apologies for sourcing NewsMax in advance. Former Trump attorney thinks Biden should be impeached for negotiating with the Taliban:

[youtube]https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YFHA1rfuRtY[/youtube]
 

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So evidently, the alt-reality crowd is going off on social media about how Pres. Biden wasn't at Dover to pay his respects to the returning dead US soldiers...even though the major news sources broadcast him being there...they are weird...doesn't anything convince people that the jackasses they listen too/follow are just flat out liars?

https://www.cnn.com/2021/08/30/politics/fact-check-biden-dover-afghanistan-kabul/index.html
"Our heroes were returned to American soil and Dover AFB today. Nobody from the Biden White House attended," tweeted Buzz Patterson, a Republican congressional candidate in California.
Patterson's tweet -- posted before 11 p.m. on Saturday -- generated thousands of retweets. And similar claims were made by other conservatives with substantial Twitter followings.
Ryan Fournier, the Students for Trump co-founder who has more than 940,000 followers, tweeted a near-identical claim. Fournier's tweet specified that "not even the President of the United States" showed up at Dover, and it concluded: "Remember every moment of this."

Maybe they have just delayed response issues, as Clownstick didn't bother to show up at Dover when the 4 US dead soldiers returned from being killed in Niger back in 2017. It was thought he was off doing his usual golfing, but the media wasn't sure, as his team worked over time to hide the fucking number of hours he was goofing off...
 

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Trump's new 9/11 story includes "two big firemen" pulling him to safety

Former president Donald Trump on Tuesday night claimed he was pulled to safety by "two big firemen" after 9/11 when he "heard creaks" at Ground Zero and predicted a nearby building would collapse — which it never did.

"We were hearing creaks, I've never forgotten it, it was I think the United States Steel Building it was called at the time, and it's 50 stories tall, and we heard creaks," Trump told Newsmax. "I said 'that building is going to come down,' and two big firemen grabbed me, and grabbed other people, and they just moved out of that area. Never came down but I never heard a noise like that. And it was a scary situation, but the job they did was so incredible, the first responders."

Trump also repeated longstanding claims that he helped out after the attacks — which he's never proven — but Vice News notes that his story about the "two big firemen" appears to be brand new.

What a moron.

He was actually miles away.

Trump was in New York, on Fifth Avenue in Trump Tower, where he works and lives, and he watched first on TV and then out his windows, staring four miles south at the black smoke in the blue sky.

“We saw it,” said George Ross, a longtime attorney for Trump and an executive vice president of the Trump Organization. “We saw it out the window. I was sitting in his office.” Ross described the mood in the office as “unbelief.”

“We were listening to the news, like everybody else,” he said.

Stolen valor FTW.
 

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Well, the only part I find truthful is that it'd take two large firemen to move him.
 

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Names of these two big firemen that saved the day? Left Bicep and Right Bicep. Heck, if it wasn't for the liberals and Obama getting in his way, he would've stopped those planes himself.
 

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I'm starting a pool on how long it takes for Trump to turn this story into one where he actually carried the firefighters out under each arm as the building collapsed behind him. I'm taking 2 years.
 

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I'm starting a pool on how long it takes for Trump to turn this story into one where he actually carried the firefighters out under each arm as the building collapsed behind him. I'm taking 2 years.

I'm sure his cult followers have already been spreading that story. I have a facebook account that I use only for games so I can keep that crap out of my personal space because you need tons of fb friends also playing the game to really get anywhere in the game. I use two other accounts for games actually, and both have thousands of friends, so that means a lot of magas in my friends list. I don't spend a lot of time posting or chatting on those accounts except for the odd meme or whatever. I've had the accounts for years, long before Trump.

All that to say that I have been exposed to thousands of magas for a decade now and they tell the wildest tales about Trump. Egads. They share images of Trump painted to be young and cut and doing heroic shit or just looking heroic. It's hilarious but kind of a nightmare at the same time. Such delusion, and not only that but a sort of dynamic, constantly changing nebula of delusion as they add on more and more excuses and lies and fantasies. They add on wild embellishments from the first mention of some positive story about Trump. Ugh.
 

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I'm sure his cult followers have already been spreading that story.
Have you seen the video of the guy sitting in his car, praying for God and President Trump to save him from the cops preparing to break his window and drag him out?

In five years, he'll be swearing that Trump called, but Biden told the cops to arrest him anyway.
 

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What I find fascinating about this is what the right would do if a dem told a similar fabrication.
 

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Like always bringing up that Biden invented plagiarism back in the Stone Age?
 

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Fox News slams Biden for riding a bicycle: 'Just compare it to President Donald Trump'

After Biden was seen riding a bicycle in Delaware over the weekend, Fox News host Harris Faulkner asked Rachel Campos-Duffy to comment on the president's health.

"Being the leader of the free world has to be the most demanding job in the whole world and he simply does not have the mental or physical stamina to do this job," Campos-Duffy opined as Fox News played a video of Biden riding his bike.

"That is why his handlers and his wife, who by the way look increasingly like Visiting Angels, have to schedule in these senior breaks for him so he can take naps and go for bike rides because he can't concentrate on the job the way he should," she said.
 

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Fox News slams Biden for riding a bicycle: 'Just compare it to President Donald Trump'

After Biden was seen riding a bicycle in Delaware over the weekend, Fox News host Harris Faulkner asked Rachel Campos-Duffy to comment on the president's health.

"Being the leader of the free world has to be the most demanding job in the whole world and he simply does not have the mental or physical stamina to do this job," Campos-Duffy opined as Fox News played a video of Biden riding his bike.

"That is why his handlers and his wife, who by the way look increasingly like Visiting Angels, have to schedule in these senior breaks for him so he can take naps and go for bike rides because he can't concentrate on the job the way he should," she said.
Yeah, but let's see him walk down a ramp. Huh? Huh?
 

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Fox News slams Biden for riding a bicycle: 'Just compare it to President Donald Trump'

After Biden was seen riding a bicycle in Delaware over the weekend, Fox News host Harris Faulkner asked Rachel Campos-Duffy to comment on the president's health.

"Being the leader of the free world has to be the most demanding job in the whole world and he simply does not have the mental or physical stamina to do this job," Campos-Duffy opined as Fox News played a video of Biden riding his bike.

"That is why his handlers and his wife, who by the way look increasingly like Visiting Angels, have to schedule in these senior breaks for him so he can take naps and go for bike rides because he can't concentrate on the job the way he should," she said.

To be fair, not every President has the stamina to watch Fox News all day.
 

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Fox News slams Biden for riding a bicycle: 'Just compare it to President Donald Trump'

After Biden was seen riding a bicycle in Delaware over the weekend, Fox News host Harris Faulkner asked Rachel Campos-Duffy to comment on the president's health.

"Being the leader of the free world has to be the most demanding job in the whole world and he simply does not have the mental or physical stamina to do this job," Campos-Duffy opined as Fox News played a video of Biden riding his bike.

"That is why his handlers and his wife, who by the way look increasingly like Visiting Angels, have to schedule in these senior breaks for him so he can take naps and go for bike rides because he can't concentrate on the job the way he should," she said.

To be fair, not every President has the stamina to watch Fox News all day.

I would just love to see Bonespurs try to ride a bike.
 

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So it seems like Fox News is back to their petty complaints because they have nothing else to go with, or are they swapping between Evil Communist Dictator Biden and poor frail can't even concentrate Biden (while showing him cycling on a "senior break").

Fox News is informative though. I wasn't aware that cycling was a typical things seniors did to mentally relax.
 

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The Secret Service could sell tickets, and pay off the national debt. :D
Trump would demand a cut. Heck the guy probably doesn't take a crap without demanding the toilet give him a cut.
That's how you get him onto the bike. Tell him you'll monetize it, he gets a cut.
After posting it, though, tell him you already told the IRS how much you made. And what his percent would be...
 

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