Thursday, October 25, 2018

The MAGA Bomber: Inspired by the incendiary political rally ranting of President Trump?



Mod: Is a coincidence that just about everyone this so-called president has repeatedly attacked at his nationalist party rallies was sent a pipe bomb by the MAGA Bomber? I for one certainly don't believe so. The MAGA Bomber has probably dreamed often of the praise he would receive from Trump for carrying out what he believed are his wishes.

Steve Schmidt, the former GOP political operative who helped manage the presidential campaigns of both George W. Bush and John McCain, spelled it all out in a series of three Tweets yesterday. I think he pretty much nailed it.



Trump squanders chance to lead after day of fear (CNN link): Don't expect Donald Trump to repent for heating America's politics to a bitter boiling point, despite a day that could have turned into a tragedy after an unknown suspect mailed bombs to the President's favorite targets.

Trump did just about the bare minimum expected after the attempted attacks using improvised explosives on two of his predecessors, several other prominent political critics and the New York offices of CNN. He called for national unity, promised to bring those responsible to justice and warned that political violence was an "attack on our democracy itself."

But there was no public acknowledgment that there can be consequences to the nation's most conspiratorial rhetoric and demagoguery -- violent, dehumanizing language he himself has spread as he lashes out at his opponents and whips up his supporters.

Characteristically, he undermined his scripted invocations of unity with fresh attacks of his own, implicitly blaming people who criticize him, the media and Democrats for the nation's dangerous political divides. He kept up the attacks Thursday morning, tweeting that "a very big part of the Anger we see today in our society is caused by the purposely false and inaccurate reporting of the Mainstream Media." In effect, the President has chosen not to rise above the tumult or even console or counsel those who opposed him.

He did not mention the victims by name. Or give any indication that he is concerned that some people might see his flaming rhetoric as a spur to violence.

Trump's response to Wednesday's events was a reminder of the gap between presidential expectations and performance that has often been evident in his response to grave national moments, crises and natural disasters.

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54 comments:

  1. It's a Cult. A massive, brainwashed cult. Years of brainwashing have created this monster. It may take more than nice words, flattering stories and massive blue waves to de program our fellow populace.

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    1. Don't you people ever get tired of being wrong? Twelve (12) bombs and not one detonated? Sent to people who have security teams and protocols? This is, unless you are drinking the lefts kool-aid, an obvious ploy to get attention and sympathy. And now, after Mad Max and Hillary condone violence against the right, you people go nuts over fake bombs they sent to themselves?

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  2. CNN sent the bombs to itself?October 25, 2018 at 5:41 AM

    Trump: A 'big part' of anger in society comes from 'purposely false and inaccurate' reporting

    President Trump said one day after explosive devices were sent to prominent Democrats and CNN that "a big part" of the anger in society today is caused by "purposely false and inaccurate reporting" from mainstream media.

    He said in an early morning tweet on Thursday that "fake news" has gotten "so bad and hateful that it is beyond description."

    "Mainstream Media must clean up its act, FAST!" he wrote.

    https://thehill.com/homenews/administration/413073-trump-a-big-part-of-anger-in-politics-comes-from-purposely-false-and

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  3. The “bombs” are fakes. It’s a hoax and a false flag operation.

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    1. There you go. First Tea Nut comment of the day.

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    2. Evening in St Petersburg.

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    3. Global warming is a Chinese hoax!

      Obama is a radical Christian Muslim!

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    4. Wow, he's triggering us!

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    5. Just as long as he keeps his clothes on and doesn't run around naked downtown.

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  4. Maybe Trump knew about the devices beforehand, just like Saudi Arabia knew about the journalist.. that's why the Orange Buffoon can't react with surprise or rise above it all. just saying... since he's so infantile in so many ways...

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  5. Did you see the Orange hair guy talk about the Caravan.... said something like... "those people are coming all the way from South America, and even below that..." what, penguins?

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    1. Trump compensates for ignorance with volume.

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  6. Trump Campaign Sends Out Anti-CNN Fundraising Email Shortly After Bomb Scare
    https://www.mediaite.com/tv/trump-campaign-sends-out-anti-cnn-fundraising-email-shortly-after-bomb-scare/

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    1. Penguins are 1/2 black- trump won’t want them

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  7. Bannon Holds Rally For Republican Candidates. None Show Up.

    Steve Bannon waded into the Midterm campaign Wednesday night by holding an upstate New York rally to support his local Republican candidates—none of whom bothered to show up. In a stark display of how far his influence has diminished since he left his role as Donald Trump's chief strategist just over a year ago, Bannon boasted of his importance in the 2016 election to a small crowd of around 200 in Buffalo. Worse still, he drew a crowd of just 38 to an event in Staten Island on Monday. Michael Caputo—organizer of Buffalo event—said he invited all Republicans running for office in the western New York area but had yet to receive a single reply. Bannon had reportedly been slated to appear with David DiPietro, running for re-election to the New York state assembly, but he pulled out.

    https://www.thedailybeast.com/bannon-holds-rally-for-republican-candidates-none-show-up?ref=home

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  8. Help get out the vote and launch the blue wave. We knew before he was elected that this guy is crazy, yet so many people still support him.

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  9. https://www.huffingtonpost.com/entry/donald-t...
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    Twitter Users Taunt 'Spineless' Ted Cruz For Bowing To ...
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    “Thank you, sir, for calling me ‘Lyin Ted,’ calling my wife a dog, and blaming my dad for killing JFK. Please tell these people how I am as tough as Texas now.”—@tedcruz pic.twitter.com ...

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  10. They'll manage to blame the bombs on a Democrat or some liberal. Then, what's next? Bombs left at polling places to scare away voters? They're not done yet.

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    1. Yeah. The democrats tried to blow themselves up.

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  11. Here it is 1930's Germany all over again with a crazy leading the charge of change for the worse. https://www.sfgate.com/news/article/The-insta...

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  12. How it all started with an orange-faced bald clown ranting aloud. https://www.sfgate.com/news/politics/article/Bomb-threats-highlight-risk-of-violent-political-13334717.php

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  13. There you go, the first hater that can't handle the truth, 6:01am

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  14. Because there have been no explosions, some RWNJs conclude they're fake bombs planted by liberals.

    But RWNJs are RWNJs in large part because they can't compete in today's economy, are incapable of having meaningful relationships, and can't distinguish between FoxNews bloviating and actual political, sociological, scientific, and historical facts. Basically, RWNJs are incompetent.

    So isn't it a more plausible conclusion that the MAGA Bomber is an incompetent RWNJ whose incompetence extends to his MAGA Bomb making and MAGA Bomb delivery?

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    1. LWNJ, please go out and get your mail...

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    2. Sounds like a threat, coward.

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    3. Under this president? Definitely. The post office has become a right wing radical weapons delivery system.

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  15. CNN more poorly written fake news from this outfit, paragraph 5.
    Explain just whom went Kaboom?

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    1. The GOP's political message.

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    2. I think it is now clear who the real violent mob is. The GOP's chances next month just went down the toilet.

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  16. This political stooge Ginni Thomas: https://www.marketwatch.com/story/wife-of-supreme-court-justice-spreads-fake-news-about-the-migrant-caravan-2018-10-24?siteid=yhoof2&yptr=yahoo

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  17. Not from our prospective 8:46am, try harder.
    We look forward to another very strong 2020 Presidential re election, so just get used to winning and having a strong economy. MAGA.

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  18. 8:23am why are you repeating facts?

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  19. Google should turn over to the feds the IP addresses of everyone who searched for the addresses of the Dem targets, Brennan, AND DeNiro. Including DeNiro in that group should stick out as would (perhaps) the apparent incorrect address retrieved for Brennan.

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  20. Whatt? Did you happen to Google the addressed before you blogged your question? Besides Google doesn't give the Feds any information, remember.

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    1. Feds can get it—it’s called a warrant. Or they can subpoena the info.

      IDK why you would think I googled the addresses. Weird inference.

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  21. 5:37 & 6:30am how Elitist of you. We feel that you, drank too much of that blue wave water, time for change, stop treading water and grab onto the Life Raft that this Country finally has. MAGA.

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    1. Same old tired nonsense. The MAGA Bomber just blew your chances out of the water.

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    2. Who is the “we” you refer to, foo’?

      Which of the 3 possibilities: Russians? American traitors? Russians and American traitors?

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  22. MAGA fools are going bonkers this morning.

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  23. Get out an vote to throw the bums out of offices all across the USA. https://www.cnn.com/2018/10/24/opinions/trump-cannot-unite-us-opinion-dantonio/index.html

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  24. Question: should the US government reimburse the package maker for undelivered mail? Those Forever Stamps should count for something.

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  25. You have to wonder why and why is a good question but it started long ago in a land far away also since America got one of it's own to worry about.
    https://www.vox.com/2015/5/7/8564895/crazy-roman-emperors

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  26. The "Packages" may have come from the Sunshine State.
    Powder, broken glass, igniter Orange Juice.

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    1. The Sunshine state? Maybe it really was Wasserman-Shultz!

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    2. Or a party at mar a lago

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    3. Are you having a "crack magic" Thursday?

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  27. " I love to laugh, long and loud and clear, I love to laugh, it's getting worse every year"... thanks 10:46am.

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  28. Here is another stupid action taken by them dam fools in Washington D.C by cronies of a nut. https://abcnews.go.com/ABCNews/veterans-affairs-official-hung-portrait-ku-klux-klans/story?id=58723861

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  29. 10:21am Throw the bums out!
    You are referring to the fake media right?
    The Un truths printed and verbally repeated by opinion writers have created the base of decension and chaos.
    Fact check and references should be attached to all releases made to the public.

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    1. There you go. Blaming the messengers who bring news of the corruption and bigotry of those you support. Stop whining, at least for a while.

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    2. Fake victims whine loudest.

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