Are You Willing to Die For Trump?

Mish

The Arizona GOP asks if you are willing to give up your life to help Trump remain president.

He is. Are you?

I am not sure how long the Tweet will last so I captured the above image. 

Take to the Streets 

Take to the Streets

I am somewhat surprised that Tweet has not been taken down for inciting violence.

#StopTheSteal

Ali #stop the steal

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Special Merit

If people are willing to give up their lives to steal an election for their wanna be dictator they will not be missed.

Is this really the face of the GOP? I’m stunned that an official account would be not so subtly calling for violence.

Please Do

Please do give your life for it. The best way to do it is by taking your pickup truck with the rebel flag license plate and driving it straight off a cliff, screaming "MAGA, baby!" the whole way down. The rest of the US will thank you.

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I swore an oath at least half a dozen times to defend the Constitution. I don't recall Trump's name mentioned anywhere, nor mention of supporting the overturning of a free election. Guess which side I will be on of the fight you are trying to start...

Mish

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Realist
Realist

Once the Supreme Court voted 9-0 to refuse to hear Trump's Pennsylvania "case", that pretty much ended any legal hope for Trump.

Next step is a coup. He has been replacing as many people as possible in military and defense positions with his cronies.

Now the GOP in Arizona is asking if you will die for Trump. I bet a lot would, as they have been consuming the kool-aid for 4 years.

It's getting interesting.

I guess having two or three thousand a day die from covid isn't enough for Trump. He wants many more. And I'm sure he doesn't care how many will die for him. As long as he gets to stay President for life.

Worst President ever. (I suspect that even Mish will agree with this eventually.)

Dodge Demon
Dodge Demon

Mish, just enlist in the military for a tour in Afghanistan. Congress just approved NDA - on a bi-partisan veto-proof basis- to NOT allow (not fund)Trump to withdraw troops from there and elsewhere in the 30 year Bush I and Bush II War zones.!

I pray like the old man in Key Largo for God to wipe out Washington D.C. and surrounding counties with an asteroid when all branches are in session.

rob_abides
rob_abides

I swore the same oath the last gentleman did the same number of times. Bring it on, GOP.

Zardoz
Zardoz

Just like Ted Nugent was going to be dead or in jail if Obama got re-elected. Alligator mouth on a canary ass.

Tengen
Tengen

Movements like QAnon have taught people to worship Trump like a god. This is the ONLY reason I was happy to see Biden win, otherwise I wouldn't have cared. I know Joe is corrupt and he'll keep us on the same road to nowhere, but at least we won't have to hear endless 4D chess explanations in the meantime. This deification of political figures isn't just dumb, it's dangerous. Q followers sound unhinged and delusional, not red-pilled or patriotic.

People this attached to Trump weren't paying attention during the 2008 financial crisis. Once we decided on TARP and debt monetization, an ugly end was baked into the cake. Things like elections and pandemics became trivial in a way, because they can only alter the timeline of an already inevitable outcome.

Casual_Observer
Casual_Observer

Sechel
Sechel

I don't think you get the gravitas Mish, This isn't a does twitter take this down moment but a why isn't this a chargeable offense act as i sedition. I think that's where we are when we have Republican leaders making this kind of call or Joe Degeneva calling for the execution of former Trump officials who by all accounts simply did their job or black legislators in Michigan getting death threats for simply asking that Carrone be put under oath. We also have armed protesters outside Michigan officials residents trying to intimidate or worse. It's really time these acts get prosecuted in a very high profile way.

Webej
Webej

I am not surpised the Tweet hasn't been taken down.
No (serious) conflict with Twitter political bias.

Webej
Webej

Americans are more trapped than ever in their two party side-show democracy.
So owned !

Sechel
Sechel

Sedition is a serious felony punishable by fines and up to 20 years in prison and it refers to the act of inciting revolt or violence against a lawful authority with the goal of destroying or overthrowing it.

Jeff Larry
Jeff Larry

I am always amazed at how Americans keep thinking that their politician of choice will make their lives better. Or that s/he is somehow an improvement over the previous. Articles like this just keep throwing gas on the fire. I'm sure it'll work out in the end. Just gotta get the right politician elected, right?

Lance Manly
Lance Manly

If trump is going to pull a stunt, look for it on the 13th in order to mess up the electors.

Eddie_T
Eddie_T

With Twitter, every idiot alive can now claim his own 15 minutes of fame.....or maybe 15 seconds.

I sure am ready for this silly sh*t to end....it’s getting very old now. Trump needs to pack his leased limo up and head to Palm Beach for a few months of intense golfing...he can take all his faithful and they can stand in the gallery and make up excuses for him every time he moves his ball.

njbr
njbr

While you think economics is the concern, of greater concern is the loss of the position of America as the undisputed pinnacle of the western world. The white, male American was the master of all he surveyed--beating back the forces of evil in Europe and Asia.

Now there are women and darker skinned people coming and doing as well or better. They're out there, in their own towns and throughout the world, taking their good-paying jobs. The rest of the world is challenging the US for leadership. Tiny, insurgent movements in countries far away from the US are able to defeat "the worlds greatest military power". The teevee is full of how the US greatness is being undermined by Democrats and their socialistic, female, egalitarian ways. Sure, their income is stagnant, everything costs more, but it's their pride--their white, male, pinnacle pride.

People will kill for pride, not so much for a pay increase.

By the way, I see Scott Adams (Dilbert) follows Ali Alexander. Dilbert obviously is the soft belly of white male incel xenophobia.

PecuniaNonOlet
PecuniaNonOlet

Die for Trump? That will be very quick because according to trump, the nsa, fbi, cia, atf, pentagon, and all deep state aparatus are against him and his cult members.

So it will be a handful of Timothy Mcveigh hillbillies blowing a building up then quickly injected with a lethal dose at their execution if they arent shot dead before they even get started.

Seems Darwinish to me.

njbr
njbr

Russian state media—a reliable barometer of the mood at the Kremlin—remains fixated on election-related events in America. Affectionately referring to Donald Trump as “our Donald,” “Trumpusha” and “Comrade Trump,” Russian lawmakers, experts and pundits repeatedly have expressed their concerns about the future of Moscow’s all-time favorite U.S. president....

...The rabidly anti-American military expert and member of the Russian Defense Ministry's Public Council, Igor Korotchenko, spoke out in Trump’s defense with a passion that is drastically different from the combative rhetoric that traditionally accompanied his commentary about any other Western heads of state. Korotchenko angrily—not to mention ludicrously—compared “poor Trump’s” anticipated legal troubles to the Stalinist repressions of 1937. He argued: “Russia can offer political asylum to the persecuted former president of the United States, Donald Trump. But let him not simply arrive to Rostov or elsewhere, but also transfer his capital here and finally build his famous Trump City somewhere in our New Moscow.”

State-controlled RIA Novosti opined that the looming threat of criminal prosecutions is the Democratic Party’s way of “spitting at Trump on his way out.” Staunch Kremlin propagandist Dmitry Kiselyov’s Sunday show Weekly News argued that for Trump, pardoning himself is a matter of survival.

Full-throated support of the Kremlin-controlled state media is at odds with Trump’s repeated mantra of being “tough on Russia.” To the contrary, in the land of Putin, there is a gnawing fear that things will get tough for Russia without Trump at the helm. Putin’s refusal to congratulate President-elect Joe Biden is echoed by Russian lawmakers on state TV shows. They believe that Trump will continue to unleash dirty tricks out of the Pandora’s box of his shameless determination to stay in office even after being voted out....

...“Trump is your creation,” grimly noted the host of [Russia's]60 Minutes, Evgeny Popov, referring to Zhirinovsky’s champagne-soaked celebration of Trump’s 2016 election victory in Russia’s parliament. In response, Zhirinovsky argued that the current U.S. president was still capable of pulling off a fast one and staying in the office against all odds: “You don’t know Trump, he has plenty of tricks up his sleeve and can still cause lots of damage to America and the entire world.”

Rocky Raccoon
Rocky Raccoon

It amazes me how many of these dolts are willing to consider such actions to defend Donald "take the guns" Trump--the only Republican in my lifetime to give Dianne Feinstein an orgasm.

Zardoz
Zardoz

And when one of these puffed up lackwits shows up at the pearly gates, do you think St. Peter will be able to keep a straight face when the tell him they died for donald trump?

Captain Ahab
Captain Ahab

The probability of the Texas suit bearing fruit is rapidly increasing. State vs. state, with a constitutional issue front and center; if the SC hears the case, all bets are off.
I suspect now is a good time to buy gold.

Eddie_T
Eddie_T

I seriously doubt the Supremes even hear the case.....Texas former AG (and former Texas Supreme Court Justice.....and now Senator) Cornyn says he has a hard time connecting the dots on the legal case.

I think if the SCOTUS were as invested in Trump winning as some of the congress is, then they might rule for Paxton’s case. As it is, there isn’t any precedent at all, and the whole idea flies right in the face of states rights, which the conservative justices are supposed to be for.....


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