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2019-11-12 15:51:18 UTC
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'Trump basically turned me into a Democrat'
NOV 10, 2019
Heather, a local administrative assistant here
who is married with a stroller-bound toddler,
is still so embarrassed by her 2016 vote that
she wasn't comfortable revealing her last name.
"I'm ashamed to admit ... but I'm of a more
conservative bent and family. I just couldn't
vote for Hillary. But I also thought there's
no way Trump was going to win. This way, I
could at least say, 'Well I didn't vote for
her,'" she said. "I didn't think I was doing
any harm."
While Heather isn't sharing her conversion far
and wide, she's already decided "there's no
chance" she'd vote for Trump again. "Heavens
no," she said. "Trump basically turned me into
a Democrat."
In the midterm elections, they were the hidden
fuel behind the Democratic comeback. Exit polls
showed white women both with and without a
college degree shifted 13 points in the
Democratic direction from 2016-2018. But white
women without a college degree made up a greater
percentage of the midterm electorate.
As the impeachment process accelerates, it's
white women without a college degree who are
gradually warming to the idea that the president's
time is up. Forty percent now favor impeachment,
up 11 points from mid-September, according to an
independent study in late October.
White working-class women make up nearly one-fifth
of the presidential electorate, but are far from
ideologues of any stripe. Broadly, they care more
about their personal incomes than sweeping big-
ticket proposals like the Green New Deal. Polls
show they respond warmly to raising taxes on the
wealthy and corporations and yet are still more
likely than other groups to approve of Trump's
economy.
"He's definitely lost people because of his
rhetoric. There's no cause for it," said Corrie
Torres, a teacher in Dubuque, Iowa, and Democratic
voter. "I don't think people here will continue to
buy into someone who is unkind."
https://tinyurl.com/s8yhpmh
There's a lot of that happening these days to the point where it's always
the same people turning out at his rallies because they're unemployed slobs
being bussed from event to event in order to make the attendance look
decent to Fox News.
Ed Buck BAGGED & TAGGED Jerry Brown
2019-12-08 08:00:30 UTC
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Democrats are such scum. Meet Democrat bundler/donor Ed Buck. He
was recently had a lawsuit filed against him for human
trafficking and revenge porn. The person filing the lawsuit is
the mother of one of the men who died at Buck’s house
“mysteriously.” Buck is a California socialist Democrat who
lives in West Hollywood, basically the gay mecca of Los Angeles.
Buck is a big donor and BFFs with Adam Pencil Neck Schiff, Ted
Lieu, Hillary Clinton, etc.

Prominent political activist Ed Buck is facing new legal
troubles as the mother of a man who died in his home has filed
an amended civil suit accusing Buck of human trafficking and
engaging in revenge porn, CBS Los Angeles reports.

“The new amendment is about making sure no box is left unchecked
when it comes to all of the crimes that Ed Buck has committed,”
Jasmyne Cannick, an advocate for the family of 26-year-old
Gemmel Moore who was found dead of a drug overdose in Buck’s
home in 2017.

After the district attorney’s office declined to file criminal
charges citing insufficient evidence, a wrongful death civil
lawsuit was filed.

https://www.pacificpundit.com/2019/07/09/democrat-bundler-ed-
buck-accused-of-human-trafficking-and-revenge-porn/

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Lickspittle Trump Propagandist Sean Hannity
2020-10-29 19:58:21 UTC
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'Trump basically turned me into a Democrat'
NOV 10, 2019
Heather, a local administrative assistant here
who is married with a stroller-bound toddler,
is still so embarrassed by her 2016 vote that
she wasn't comfortable revealing her last name.
"I'm ashamed to admit ... but I'm of a more
conservative bent and family. I just couldn't
vote for Hillary. But I also thought there's
no way Trump was going to win. This way, I
could at least say, 'Well I didn't vote for
her,'" she said. "I didn't think I was doing
any harm."
While Heather isn't sharing her conversion far
and wide, she's already decided "there's no
chance" she'd vote for Trump again. "Heavens
no," she said. "Trump basically turned me into
a Democrat."
In the midterm elections, they were the hidden
fuel behind the Democratic comeback. Exit polls
showed white women both with and without a
college degree shifted 13 points in the
Democratic direction from 2016-2018. But white
women without a college degree made up a greater
percentage of the midterm electorate.
As the impeachment process accelerates, it's
white women without a college degree who are
gradually warming to the idea that the president's
time is up. Forty percent now favor impeachment,
up 11 points from mid-September, according to an
independent study in late October.
White working-class women make up nearly one-fifth
of the presidential electorate, but are far from
ideologues of any stripe. Broadly, they care more
about their personal incomes than sweeping big-
ticket proposals like the Green New Deal. Polls
show they respond warmly to raising taxes on the
wealthy and corporations and yet are still more
likely than other groups to approve of Trump's
economy.
"He's definitely lost people because of his
rhetoric. There's no cause for it," said Corrie
Torres, a teacher in Dubuque, Iowa, and Democratic
voter. "I don't think people here will continue to
buy into someone who is unkind."
https://tinyurl.com/s8yhpmh
There's a lot of that happening these days to the point where it's always
the same people turning out at his rallies because they're unemployed
slobs being bussed from event to event in order to make the attendance
look decent to Fox News.
Lickspittle Trump Propagandist Sean Hannity
2021-01-03 16:25:39 UTC
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'Trump basically turned me into a Democrat'
NOV 10, 2019
Heather, a local administrative assistant here
who is married with a stroller-bound toddler,
is still so embarrassed by her 2016 vote that
she wasn't comfortable revealing her last name.
"I'm ashamed to admit ... but I'm of a more
conservative bent and family. I just couldn't
vote for Hillary. But I also thought there's
no way Trump was going to win. This way, I
could at least say, 'Well I didn't vote for
her,'" she said. "I didn't think I was doing
any harm."
While Heather isn't sharing her conversion far
and wide, she's already decided "there's no
chance" she'd vote for Trump again. "Heavens
no," she said. "Trump basically turned me into
a Democrat."
In the midterm elections, they were the hidden
fuel behind the Democratic comeback. Exit polls
showed white women both with and without a
college degree shifted 13 points in the
Democratic direction from 2016-2018. But white
women without a college degree made up a greater
percentage of the midterm electorate.
As the impeachment process accelerates, it's
white women without a college degree who are
gradually warming to the idea that the president's
time is up. Forty percent now favor impeachment,
up 11 points from mid-September, according to an
independent study in late October.
White working-class women make up nearly one-fifth
of the presidential electorate, but are far from
ideologues of any stripe. Broadly, they care more
about their personal incomes than sweeping big-
ticket proposals like the Green New Deal. Polls
show they respond warmly to raising taxes on the
wealthy and corporations and yet are still more
likely than other groups to approve of Trump's
economy.
"He's definitely lost people because of his
rhetoric. There's no cause for it," said Corrie
Torres, a teacher in Dubuque, Iowa, and Democratic
voter. "I don't think people here will continue to
buy into someone who is unkind."
https://tinyurl.com/s8yhpmh
There's a lot of that happening these days to the point where it's always
the same people turning out at his rallies because they're unemployed
slobs being bussed from event to event in order to make the attendance
look decent to Fox News.
Lickspittle Trump Propagandist Sean Hannity
2021-01-09 18:53:05 UTC
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'Trump basically turned me into a Democrat'
NOV 10, 2019
Heather, a local administrative assistant here
who is married with a stroller-bound toddler,
is still so embarrassed by her 2016 vote that
she wasn't comfortable revealing her last name.
"I'm ashamed to admit ... but I'm of a more
conservative bent and family. I just couldn't
vote for Hillary. But I also thought there's
no way Trump was going to win. This way, I
could at least say, 'Well I didn't vote for
her,'" she said. "I didn't think I was doing
any harm."
While Heather isn't sharing her conversion far
and wide, she's already decided "there's no
chance" she'd vote for Trump again. "Heavens
no," she said. "Trump basically turned me into
a Democrat."
In the midterm elections, they were the hidden
fuel behind the Democratic comeback. Exit polls
showed white women both with and without a
college degree shifted 13 points in the
Democratic direction from 2016-2018. But white
women without a college degree made up a greater
percentage of the midterm electorate.
As the impeachment process accelerates, it's
white women without a college degree who are
gradually warming to the idea that the president's
time is up. Forty percent now favor impeachment,
up 11 points from mid-September, according to an
independent study in late October.
White working-class women make up nearly one-fifth
of the presidential electorate, but are far from
ideologues of any stripe. Broadly, they care more
about their personal incomes than sweeping big-
ticket proposals like the Green New Deal. Polls
show they respond warmly to raising taxes on the
wealthy and corporations and yet are still more
likely than other groups to approve of Trump's
economy.
"He's definitely lost people because of his
rhetoric. There's no cause for it," said Corrie
Torres, a teacher in Dubuque, Iowa, and Democratic
voter. "I don't think people here will continue to
buy into someone who is unkind."
https://tinyurl.com/s8yhpmh
There's a lot of that happening these days to the point where it's always
the same people turning out at his rallies because they're unemployed
slobs being bussed from event to event in order to make the attendance
look decent to Fox News.
Lickspittle Trump Propagandist Sean Hannity
2021-01-20 15:45:48 UTC
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'Trump basically turned me into a Democrat'
NOV 10, 2019
Heather, a local administrative assistant here
who is married with a stroller-bound toddler,
is still so embarrassed by her 2016 vote that
she wasn't comfortable revealing her last name.
"I'm ashamed to admit ... but I'm of a more
conservative bent and family. I just couldn't
vote for Hillary. But I also thought there's
no way Trump was going to win. This way, I
could at least say, 'Well I didn't vote for
her,'" she said. "I didn't think I was doing
any harm."
While Heather isn't sharing her conversion far
and wide, she's already decided "there's no
chance" she'd vote for Trump again. "Heavens
no," she said. "Trump basically turned me into
a Democrat."
In the midterm elections, they were the hidden
fuel behind the Democratic comeback. Exit polls
showed white women both with and without a
college degree shifted 13 points in the
Democratic direction from 2016-2018. But white
women without a college degree made up a greater
percentage of the midterm electorate.
As the impeachment process accelerates, it's
white women without a college degree who are
gradually warming to the idea that the president's
time is up. Forty percent now favor impeachment,
up 11 points from mid-September, according to an
independent study in late October.
White working-class women make up nearly one-fifth
of the presidential electorate, but are far from
ideologues of any stripe. Broadly, they care more
about their personal incomes than sweeping big-
ticket proposals like the Green New Deal. Polls
show they respond warmly to raising taxes on the
wealthy and corporations and yet are still more
likely than other groups to approve of Trump's
economy.
"He's definitely lost people because of his
rhetoric. There's no cause for it," said Corrie
Torres, a teacher in Dubuque, Iowa, and Democratic
voter. "I don't think people here will continue to
buy into someone who is unkind."
https://tinyurl.com/s8yhpmh
There's a lot of that happening these days to the point where it's always
the same people turning out at his rallies because they're unemployed
slobs being bussed from event to event in order to make the attendance
look decent to Fox News.
Lickspittle Trump Propagandist Sean Hannity
2021-01-30 19:34:31 UTC
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'Trump basically turned me into a Democrat'
NOV 10, 2019
Heather, a local administrative assistant here
who is married with a stroller-bound toddler,
is still so embarrassed by her 2016 vote that
she wasn't comfortable revealing her last name.
"I'm ashamed to admit ... but I'm of a more
conservative bent and family. I just couldn't
vote for Hillary. But I also thought there's
no way Trump was going to win. This way, I
could at least say, 'Well I didn't vote for
her,'" she said. "I didn't think I was doing
any harm."
While Heather isn't sharing her conversion far
and wide, she's already decided "there's no
chance" she'd vote for Trump again. "Heavens
no," she said. "Trump basically turned me into
a Democrat."
In the midterm elections, they were the hidden
fuel behind the Democratic comeback. Exit polls
showed white women both with and without a
college degree shifted 13 points in the
Democratic direction from 2016-2018. But white
women without a college degree made up a greater
percentage of the midterm electorate.
As the impeachment process accelerates, it's
white women without a college degree who are
gradually warming to the idea that the president's
time is up. Forty percent now favor impeachment,
up 11 points from mid-September, according to an
independent study in late October.
White working-class women make up nearly one-fifth
of the presidential electorate, but are far from
ideologues of any stripe. Broadly, they care more
about their personal incomes than sweeping big-
ticket proposals like the Green New Deal. Polls
show they respond warmly to raising taxes on the
wealthy and corporations and yet are still more
likely than other groups to approve of Trump's
economy.
"He's definitely lost people because of his
rhetoric. There's no cause for it," said Corrie
Torres, a teacher in Dubuque, Iowa, and Democratic
voter. "I don't think people here will continue to
buy into someone who is unkind."
https://tinyurl.com/s8yhpmh
There's a lot of that happening these days to the point where it's always
the same people turning out at his rallies because they're unemployed
slobs being bussed from event to event in order to make the attendance
look decent to Fox News.
Lickspittle Trump Propagandist Sean Hannity
2021-02-20 19:12:52 UTC
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'Trump basically turned me into a Democrat'
NOV 10, 2019
Heather, a local administrative assistant here
who is married with a stroller-bound toddler,
is still so embarrassed by her 2016 vote that
she wasn't comfortable revealing her last name.
"I'm ashamed to admit ... but I'm of a more
conservative bent and family. I just couldn't
vote for Hillary. But I also thought there's
no way Trump was going to win. This way, I
could at least say, 'Well I didn't vote for
her,'" she said. "I didn't think I was doing
any harm."
While Heather isn't sharing her conversion far
and wide, she's already decided "there's no
chance" she'd vote for Trump again. "Heavens
no," she said. "Trump basically turned me into
a Democrat."
In the midterm elections, they were the hidden
fuel behind the Democratic comeback. Exit polls
showed white women both with and without a
college degree shifted 13 points in the
Democratic direction from 2016-2018. But white
women without a college degree made up a greater
percentage of the midterm electorate.
As the impeachment process accelerates, it's
white women without a college degree who are
gradually warming to the idea that the president's
time is up. Forty percent now favor impeachment,
up 11 points from mid-September, according to an
independent study in late October.
White working-class women make up nearly one-fifth
of the presidential electorate, but are far from
ideologues of any stripe. Broadly, they care more
about their personal incomes than sweeping big-
ticket proposals like the Green New Deal. Polls
show they respond warmly to raising taxes on the
wealthy and corporations and yet are still more
likely than other groups to approve of Trump's
economy.
"He's definitely lost people because of his
rhetoric. There's no cause for it," said Corrie
Torres, a teacher in Dubuque, Iowa, and Democratic
voter. "I don't think people here will continue to
buy into someone who is unkind."
https://tinyurl.com/s8yhpmh
There's a lot of that happening these days to the point where it's always
the same people turning out at his rallies because they're unemployed
slobs being bussed from event to event in order to make the attendance
look decent to Fox News.
Lickspittle Trump Propagandist Sean Hannity
2021-02-27 18:33:03 UTC
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'Trump basically turned me into a Democrat'
NOV 10, 2019
Heather, a local administrative assistant here
who is married with a stroller-bound toddler,
is still so embarrassed by her 2016 vote that
she wasn't comfortable revealing her last name.
"I'm ashamed to admit ... but I'm of a more
conservative bent and family. I just couldn't
vote for Hillary. But I also thought there's
no way Trump was going to win. This way, I
could at least say, 'Well I didn't vote for
her,'" she said. "I didn't think I was doing
any harm."
While Heather isn't sharing her conversion far
and wide, she's already decided "there's no
chance" she'd vote for Trump again. "Heavens
no," she said. "Trump basically turned me into
a Democrat."
In the midterm elections, they were the hidden
fuel behind the Democratic comeback. Exit polls
showed white women both with and without a
college degree shifted 13 points in the
Democratic direction from 2016-2018. But white
women without a college degree made up a greater
percentage of the midterm electorate.
As the impeachment process accelerates, it's
white women without a college degree who are
gradually warming to the idea that the president's
time is up. Forty percent now favor impeachment,
up 11 points from mid-September, according to an
independent study in late October.
White working-class women make up nearly one-fifth
of the presidential electorate, but are far from
ideologues of any stripe. Broadly, they care more
about their personal incomes than sweeping big-
ticket proposals like the Green New Deal. Polls
show they respond warmly to raising taxes on the
wealthy and corporations and yet are still more
likely than other groups to approve of Trump's
economy.
"He's definitely lost people because of his
rhetoric. There's no cause for it," said Corrie
Torres, a teacher in Dubuque, Iowa, and Democratic
voter. "I don't think people here will continue to
buy into someone who is unkind."
https://tinyurl.com/s8yhpmh
There's a lot of that happening these days to the point where it's always
the same people turning out at his rallies because they're unemployed
slobs being bussed from event to event in order to make the attendance
look decent to Fox News.
Lickspittle Trump Propagandist Sean Hannity
2021-03-14 13:31:31 UTC
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'Trump basically turned me into a Democrat'
NOV 10, 2019
Heather, a local administrative assistant here
who is married with a stroller-bound toddler,
is still so embarrassed by her 2016 vote that
she wasn't comfortable revealing her last name.
"I'm ashamed to admit ... but I'm of a more
conservative bent and family. I just couldn't
vote for Hillary. But I also thought there's
no way Trump was going to win. This way, I
could at least say, 'Well I didn't vote for
her,'" she said. "I didn't think I was doing
any harm."
While Heather isn't sharing her conversion far
and wide, she's already decided "there's no
chance" she'd vote for Trump again. "Heavens
no," she said. "Trump basically turned me into
a Democrat."
In the midterm elections, they were the hidden
fuel behind the Democratic comeback. Exit polls
showed white women both with and without a
college degree shifted 13 points in the
Democratic direction from 2016-2018. But white
women without a college degree made up a greater
percentage of the midterm electorate.
As the impeachment process accelerates, it's
white women without a college degree who are
gradually warming to the idea that the president's
time is up. Forty percent now favor impeachment,
up 11 points from mid-September, according to an
independent study in late October.
White working-class women make up nearly one-fifth
of the presidential electorate, but are far from
ideologues of any stripe. Broadly, they care more
about their personal incomes than sweeping big-
ticket proposals like the Green New Deal. Polls
show they respond warmly to raising taxes on the
wealthy and corporations and yet are still more
likely than other groups to approve of Trump's
economy.
"He's definitely lost people because of his
rhetoric. There's no cause for it," said Corrie
Torres, a teacher in Dubuque, Iowa, and Democratic
voter. "I don't think people here will continue to
buy into someone who is unkind."
https://tinyurl.com/s8yhpmh
There's a lot of that happening these days to the point where it's always
the same people turning out at his rallies because they're unemployed
slobs being bussed from event to event in order to make the attendance
look decent to Fox News.
Lickspittle Trump Propagandist Sean Hannity
2021-03-30 15:44:26 UTC
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'Trump basically turned me into a Democrat'
NOV 10, 2019
Heather, a local administrative assistant here
who is married with a stroller-bound toddler,
is still so embarrassed by her 2016 vote that
she wasn't comfortable revealing her last name.
"I'm ashamed to admit ... but I'm of a more
conservative bent and family. I just couldn't
vote for Hillary. But I also thought there's
no way Trump was going to win. This way, I
could at least say, 'Well I didn't vote for
her,'" she said. "I didn't think I was doing
any harm."
While Heather isn't sharing her conversion far
and wide, she's already decided "there's no
chance" she'd vote for Trump again. "Heavens
no," she said. "Trump basically turned me into
a Democrat."
In the midterm elections, they were the hidden
fuel behind the Democratic comeback. Exit polls
showed white women both with and without a
college degree shifted 13 points in the
Democratic direction from 2016-2018. But white
women without a college degree made up a greater
percentage of the midterm electorate.
As the impeachment process accelerates, it's
white women without a college degree who are
gradually warming to the idea that the president's
time is up. Forty percent now favor impeachment,
up 11 points from mid-September, according to an
independent study in late October.
White working-class women make up nearly one-fifth
of the presidential electorate, but are far from
ideologues of any stripe. Broadly, they care more
about their personal incomes than sweeping big-
ticket proposals like the Green New Deal. Polls
show they respond warmly to raising taxes on the
wealthy and corporations and yet are still more
likely than other groups to approve of Trump's
economy.
"He's definitely lost people because of his
rhetoric. There's no cause for it," said Corrie
Torres, a teacher in Dubuque, Iowa, and Democratic
voter. "I don't think people here will continue to
buy into someone who is unkind."
https://tinyurl.com/s8yhpmh
There's a lot of that happening these days to the point where it's always
the same people turning out at his rallies because they're unemployed
slobs being bussed from event to event in order to make the attendance
look decent to Fox News.

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