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    1. @Eduardo Oliveira again? He’s lost the popular vote in 16 and 20 and his approval rating is at an all time low of 25%. He has less support now than he ever has.

  1. Remember this, if Trump runs as a Republican candidate in 2024, my family and I will continue to support Biden. Thank you.๐Ÿ™๐Ÿป๐Ÿ™๐Ÿป๐Ÿ‡บ๐Ÿ‡ธ๐Ÿ‡บ๐Ÿ‡ธ

    1. @Thomas Jefferson Louttit I agree with you, that nothing good comes from hate, thatโ€™s why I donโ€™t use the word. Spare me your virtue signaling, when youโ€™re doing it in defense of a man that is constantly spewing hatred.

    2. @Gabs It’s good to see you agree Gabs.
      I am not defending anyone, all I said was that nothing good comes from hate, Gabs.

    3. @Thomas Jefferson Louttit so you must respond to folks that are always saying FJB and โ€œLetโ€™s Go Brandonโ€? And tell them they shouldnโ€™t be spreading hate?

  2. โ€œweโ€ have a good chance of winning? to be clear, if trump wins โ€œweโ€ doesnโ€™t refer to americans

    1. @Jetmir Metaliaj ๐Ÿ˜†๐Ÿ˜†๐Ÿ˜†๐Ÿ˜† not voting blue for that but was a little funny ๐Ÿ˜„ lolโ€ฆโ€ฆ..
      correction I support everyone not hurting themselves or others I just have my own issues and canโ€™t relate but peace be on to everyone โค๏ธ โ˜ฎ๏ธ

    1. @YesItsReallyKeith So…update me. I want facts, and proof of what you claim. Should be easy to provide if you aren’t lying, lets see what you got.

  3. What went wrong he asks!! The GOP let the Fascists in the door and allowed the monster to grow and now they are reaping what they sow.

  4. “We’re not a purple state, we’re a slightly red state” Isn’t that the same as slightly purple?

    1. He has a bit of a point. He won handily is a statewide election, while the democrats (Biden, and the two Senators) won by very narrow margins. However, the trend in GA is obvious.

  5. Iโ€™m guessing even with Biden being 82 if he runs the republicans options are far worse. I will hold my nose and vote for Biden

    1. @Ann My pleasure โ˜บ๐Ÿ‘
      We have just endured almost seven years of regurgitated MAGA manure.
      Now we have honestly earned the right to laugh the Oaf Creepers out the door.

    2. @Ann Speaking of the seditious old tub of lard, here is the original recipe for a Trump-Sandwich:
      Two thick slices of soft white bread.
      Two thick slices of cheap baloney.
      Two gallons of Russian dressing.
      One tiny little squishy toadstool ๐Ÿ„

    1. @C Clemen
      Beeing “anti-communist” is just stupid.

      Apart from Kim yon Un there are no more comunists on this world.

      beeing anti little blue elephants makes more sense

  6. The Republican party has no idea what the hell they’re doing right now. I know so many people like me who voted 40 plus years as a Republican if that no longer can’t stand to cast a vote for that messaging anymore. I hope they get their act together sometime before I’m gone but as of right now I don’t see one single Republican stepping up to do what is right.

    1. My family switched from Republican to independent after Jan 6. We are still wondering where the Republican Party lost their way but we have a good idea and since they donโ€™t want to leave Trump we left

    1. @what? oh! doesn’t matter, the Dems and GOP are the same party and get their instructions/scripts from the same people.

    1. @Tail G8tor my cmt was for you. Bozo thought I was talking about him for voting Republican ๐Ÿ˜‚๐Ÿ˜‚๐Ÿ˜‚

  7. You terrified that man, Jake, when you said that Georgia has become a purple state. He almost had a heart attack!

    1. It is true though. The vast majority of population growth in Georgia the last several decades has been in Atlanta, and cities lean liberal. When people talk about red and blue states, that’s not the right way to see it. It is urban vs rural. States with a lot of big city population lean liberal, and ones without them lean conservative. An within each state, if you look at county-level voting, the red/blue divide is clear between cities and non-cities.

    1. Thoughts and prayers have been so over used at this point, everyone knows that it is code for ‘I don’t care”

  8. 5:15 A red flag law… “Would you support something like that in Georgia?”
    Kemp didn’t answer the question. But he did offer his “thoughts and prayers.”
    In other words, Kemp’s answer to the question of a red flag law is “No! I wouldn’t support something like that in Georgia.”

    1. How would you implement red flag laws without violating people’s rights? Red flags should be raised by parents, family and community.

  9. I love all of the analogies Kemp makes as if he nails an analogy he somehow makes every one listening forget how god awful the GOP and itโ€™s policies are for Americans.

  10. “We have to tell people what we’re for.” Which is “we want to take your rights away.” “We want Authoritarian rule.”

    1. Interviewer: What color do you think the sky is today.

      Politician: Well, the question should be…

      Interviewer: No, I’m just asking a simple question. What color is the sky today?

      Politician: We have to think of how it would impact the upcoming blah blah

      Me: Scream

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