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I just watched Judgement at Nuremberg

Did anyone watch the Nicolle Wallace show today?

She has a unique ability to get to the very heart of the most important issues, in my opinion. She asks very intelligent questions and tends to have very intelligent guests to help her with the answers.

In these times, she is must-see television.

Today, she covered AG Barr very thoroughly.

Are you ready to put the Trump presidency behind us and move forward once Biden takes office?

Or do you want to exact some sort of political revenge for the damage he has done to our country?

How important is it that the new President try to heal this nation and put the division behind us?

Are the problems too great to continue investigations of the present Administration?

Would this be a losing political issue for the new President?

Does anyone else have a bad feeling about the two months after election?

It feels unsettling and unpredictable, much like the feeling after Trump "won" the election in 2016.

We don't know what is going to happen, but we know it is not good.

We know it is coming and we are not prepared.

Has the "testing" for the coronavirus been cut back?

There seems to be less cases reported lately than in the last few months?

However, the number of deaths seems to be steady, or spiking? The decline in testing will not stop people from dying of this deadly virus.

Also, we hear that there are new surges of the virus in Europe. The US may have only been the beginning of this terrible pandemic. It could be far from over. There are places in the world where it may get worse than what we have experienced?

It may turn out that we were the "lucky" ones. Although we have almost 200,000 dead, it could get much worse. Not just in America, but around the world. We simply do not know where we are headed with this pandemic.

"Watch what he does, not what he says."

Rachel Maddow gave this advice a few years ago.

It is especially relevant today.

He says we have the greatest economy in the world. Look at the facts. More people are unemployed than at any time since the Great Depression. Businesses have gone under in record numbers. Inflation, especially for the price of food, is on the rise. The national deficit is on a track to exceed our GDP. It doesn't look bright for the future. We can only imagine what four more years of Trump will bring.

His great "trade deal" with China sent our farmers into a crashing tailspin. The taxpayers had to bail them out to the tune in excess of $30 billion dollars. Welfare for our farmers.

He talks about "blue states" as if they are not a part of America? He has divided this nation in a very dangerous and deliberate way.

The point is to disregard what he says. He is a liar and it has been proven over and over thousands of times. Watch what he does. Don't be a sucker and a loser.

Biden is ahead in almost every poll. If Trump wins, the election is rigged.

This is the opposite message to what Trump is saying.

It needs to be pointed out that Trump is so far behind in the polls, that if he were to win, it would be very suspicious. It would be a clear case of voter fraud.

Trump says, "The only way we can lose is if the election is rigged".

The truth of the matter is that the only way Trump can win is if the election is rigged.

That is the message the people need to hear.

There are no "Democratic" or "Republican" states.

There may be some states that have a majority of Democrats or a majority of Republicans in them, but they do not always vote that way. For example, Wisconsin in the last election. It went to Donald Trump. Now he dismisses it as a "Democratic" state.

Most states have a large percentage of Democrats and Republicans.

So, I guess Donald Trump will not campaign or try to win the state of Kentucky. The Blue Grass state has more registered Democrats than registered Republicans. It is also the home of Donald Trump's number one accomplice in maladministration of government, Mitch McConnell.

By attempting to shift political blame from himself by calling cities and states "Democratic". Donald Trump continues to divide this country in unacceptable ways.

Little Red Riding Hood

Waiting for a Train

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