Trump is none-too-subtle in describing where he thinks election fraud will go down.He told his supporters at a rally in Pennsylvania to go watch voters in "certain places" outside of their own communities, a piercing dog-whistle call to descend on non-white areas that vote heavily Democratic. People in Ohio talked openly about racially profiling would-be voters to intimidate them—a federal crime.
Reporter Stephen Lemons spotted the group of “about 40 or so assorted anarchists, Brown Berets, and members of a group calling itself the Phoenix John Brown Gun Club across the street from the state Capitol, openly armed to the proverbial teeth,” he wrote in the Phoenix New Times.
Lemons, a liberal, said he initially thought, “Hey, lefties with guns, that’s cool.” But the sentiment didn’t last long.
The argument continued between Lemons and the group, with the reporter refusing to stop recording video of their activities.
At least, his lack of faith in a US electoral system he calls "rigged" suggests he thinks your vote won't count. His allegations of widespread voter fraud are baseless.
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Lemons issued a terse retort: “Well, tough s**t.” “I’m just going to warn you that we’re not responsible for anything that might happen to that phone,” the man told Lemons. Then you could be working with a workplace psychopath.A corporation has a problem and they need Dr John Clarke's help. Dr John Clarke: The common misconception with psychopaths is that they're all violent extreme kind of criminals.Maybe they food shame people at those before stuffing them into an oversized, unsexy sack of a top.Liverpool’s famous all-red kit that has for decades struck fear into the opposition (although not so much lately) was first worn in 1964 against Anderlecht when legendary Reds manager Bill Shankly, in an attempt to make his side appear larger and more intimidating, asked his captain Ron Yeats to model an all-red outfit. â€ Shankly is said to declare and the famous Liverpool kit was born.The Carlsberg deal ran from 1992 until 2010, making it one of the longest sponsorship agreements in English top-flight football.