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Donald J. Trump, First Debate, Tuesday, Sept. 29

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On 6/21/2020 at 1:25 PM, RUPERTKBD said:

:lol: Apparently, the Trump campaign doesn't want to admit that they got their pants pulled down in public by a bunch of "meddling" kids:

 

Don’t be obtuse.  Who’s going to admit being outsmarted by Scooby and the gang:

 

 

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30 minutes ago, HerrDrFunk said:

I don't doubt Trump will have to be removed from the White House, kicking and screaming the entire way, but he would require unwavering support from the majority of the military, congress and the legal system for him to attempt to not give up the office if he loses. If nothing else, within the last month, it's become clear that he does not have that kind of support, at all. 

Yeah, he is like your bosses idiot kid.

You kind of have to pretend to listen and be nice but in reality you have no respect.

Everyone is waiting for him to vacate the office and resume some sort of normality.

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Posted (edited)

I'm sure the Wiggles crowd was more mature that the crowd TRUMP got.  Probably more intelligent also.

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I also like this one:

 

 

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2 minutes ago, thedestroyerofworlds said:

I'm sure the Wiggles crowd was more mature that the crowd TRUMP got.  Probably more intelligent also.

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No 

Haven't you heard it's all fake news?

Oh and the online numbers were insane...some say in the hundred thousands, some say 10's of millions. Plus there was BLM and Antifa blocking the entrances so people couldn't get inside. Oh and Kpop fans, despite their battles against the CCP, are in fact Chinese agents as that country developed TIktok. It's all there in the comments section from the all mighty twitter below.

 

From this level toque headed, centrist, non trump defending, journalist.

 

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3 minutes ago, bishopshodan said:

No 

Haven't you heard it's all fake news?

Oh and the online numbers were insane...some say in the hundred thousands, some say 10's of millions. Plus there was BLM and Antifa blocking the entrances so people couldn't get inside. Oh and Kpop fans, despite their battles against the CCP, are in fact Chinese agents as that country developed TIktok. It's all there in the comments section from the all mighty twitter below.

 

From this level toque headed, centrist, non trump defending, journalist.

 

I'll take what you posted as sarcasm.   Not a fan of ole toque Tim.

 

Socialize the losses, privatize the profits.  TRUMP and co can never admit that they failed.  They always spin an out.  When something TRUMP says or tweets doesn't land, it's a joke.  He was kidding. 

 

Don't buy the spin by TRUMP and co.

 

The campaign vastly overestimated the support for rally.  They thought they would have so many people there that they set up an overflow area and planned for TRUMP to pop his head out there and give a second speach.  They were so far off that they started breaking down the overflow stage prior to the start of the event. 

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12 minutes ago, bishopshodan said:

No 

Haven't you heard it's all fake news?

Oh and the online numbers were insane...some say in the hundred thousands, some say 10's of millions. Plus there was BLM and Antifa blocking the entrances so people couldn't get inside. Oh and Kpop fans, despite their battles against the CCP, are in fact Chinese agents as that country developed TIktok. It's all there in the comments section from the all mighty twitter below.

 

From this level toque headed, centrist, non trump defending, journalist.

 

Why would people listen to what Tim Pool and his Shapiroesque delivery have to offer? 

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Guy on top looks like he is asleep, the one with his hands in the pockets look like he is about to cry.

Suit looks like he is trading stocks and few are out of the retirement home.


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1 minute ago, CBH1926 said:

Guy on top looks like he is asleep, imageproxy.php?img=&key=e7226594f0bd9e6athe one with his hands in the pockets look like he is about to cry.

Suit looks like he is trading stocks and few are out of the retirement home.


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The stands were bare (socially distanced?? :P) but apparently the tv and online viewership was yhuge. despite the criticism, people are watching

 

https://www.forbes.com/sites/markjoyella/2020/06/22/12-million-viewers-watch-cable-news-coverage-of-trumps-tulsa-rally/#6029b71fe23d 

 

Fox News Channel drew a total audience of 7.661 million viewers between the hours of 8 p.m. and 10 p.m. ET, far ahead of the non-rally coverage airing on CNN (2.2 million total viewers) and MSNBC (1.9 million viewers).

 

Fox News’ ratings delivery in the three hours of prime time Saturday (from 8 to 11 p.m. ET) totaled 6.7 million viewers according to ratings data compiled by Nielsen—the highest-rated Saturday night in the network’s history.

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7 minutes ago, Chicken. said:

The stands were bare (socially distanced?? :P) but apparently the tv and online viewership was yhuge. despite the criticism, people are watching

 

https://www.forbes.com/sites/markjoyella/2020/06/22/12-million-viewers-watch-cable-news-coverage-of-trumps-tulsa-rally/#6029b71fe23d 

 

Fox News Channel drew a total audience of 7.661 million viewers between the hours of 8 p.m. and 10 p.m. ET, far ahead of the non-rally coverage airing on CNN (2.2 million total viewers) and MSNBC (1.9 million viewers).

 

Fox News’ ratings delivery in the three hours of prime time Saturday (from 8 to 11 p.m. ET) totaled 6.7 million viewers according to ratings data compiled by Nielsen—the highest-rated Saturday night in the network’s history.

Yeah, the retirement homes in Florida are tuned into Fox News so that has to be at least 1 million viewers.

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5 minutes ago, CBH1926 said:

Yeah, the retirement homes in Florida are tuned into Fox News so that has to be at least 1 million viewers.

my grandmas retirement home up here is oddly enough always on CNN :lol:  i always wonder why but they sure can captivate an audience 

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20 minutes ago, Chicken. said:

The stands were bare (socially distanced?? :P) but apparently the tv and online viewership was yhuge. despite the criticism, people are watching

 

https://www.forbes.com/sites/markjoyella/2020/06/22/12-million-viewers-watch-cable-news-coverage-of-trumps-tulsa-rally/#6029b71fe23d 

 

Fox News Channel drew a total audience of 7.661 million viewers between the hours of 8 p.m. and 10 p.m. ET, far ahead of the non-rally coverage airing on CNN (2.2 million total viewers) and MSNBC (1.9 million viewers).

 

Fox News’ ratings delivery in the three hours of prime time Saturday (from 8 to 11 p.m. ET) totaled 6.7 million viewers according to ratings data compiled by Nielsen—the highest-rated Saturday night in the network’s history.

No sports or live events have a massive effect on that.  

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28 minutes ago, CBH1926 said:

Guy on top looks like he is asleep, imageproxy.php?img=&key=e7226594f0bd9e6athe one with his hands in the pockets look like he is about to cry.

Suit looks like he is trading stocks and few are out of the retirement home.


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Guy in the orange looks like he just spotted the hot dog vendor....

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32 minutes ago, CBH1926 said:

Guy on top looks like he is asleep, imageproxy.php?img=&key=e7226594f0bd9e6athe one with his hands in the pockets look like he is about to cry.

Suit looks like he is trading stocks and few are out of the retirement home.


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33 minutes ago, CBH1926 said:

Guy on top looks like he is asleep, imageproxy.php?img=&key=e7226594f0bd9e6athe one with his hands in the pockets look like he is about to cry.

Suit looks like he is trading stocks and few are out of the retirement home.

UFC shirt.

Check out what one of the cut men from that org were allowed to wear recently. 

Veteran UFC cutman sports QAnon conspiracy symbols during ESPN event

https://www.bloodyelbow.com/2020/6/22/21299236/veteran-ufc-cutman-sports-qanon-conspiracy-symbol-during-espn-event-mma-news

 

That's right ...election time, that means here comes Q..

Harv! were you at?

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11 minutes ago, Gnarcore said:

No sports or live events have a massive effect on that.  

True, I just mentioned UFC.

Eye vs Calvillo did over a mil ( 1.4mil I think) which was one of the worse cards on paper in a long time. 

Without anything else to watch, people tuned in. 

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44 minutes ago, bishopshodan said:

True, I just mentioned UFC.

Eye vs Calvillo did over a mil ( 1.4mil I think) which was one of the worse cards on paper in a long time. 

Without anything else to watch, people tuned in. 

I would of watched it  if I had Fox News just to see the spectacle he is,get a few laughs and quite a few facepalms.  

I'm sure there were quite a few folks who did just that

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1 hour ago, Chicken. said:

The stands were bare (socially distanced?? :P) but apparently the tv and online viewership was yhuge. despite the criticism, people are watching

 

https://www.forbes.com/sites/markjoyella/2020/06/22/12-million-viewers-watch-cable-news-coverage-of-trumps-tulsa-rally/#6029b71fe23d 

 

Fox News Channel drew a total audience of 7.661 million viewers between the hours of 8 p.m. and 10 p.m. ET, far ahead of the non-rally coverage airing on CNN (2.2 million total viewers) and MSNBC (1.9 million viewers).

 

Fox News’ ratings delivery in the three hours of prime time Saturday (from 8 to 11 p.m. ET) totaled 6.7 million viewers according to ratings data compiled by Nielsen—the highest-rated Saturday night in the network’s history.

What's that you say? Faux viewers tuned in to watch Trump? You don't say.....:blink:

 

Next thing you'll be telling us that Cartoon Network kicked butt in the under 10 demographic.....

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10 minutes ago, RUPERTKBD said:

What's that you say? Faux viewers tuned in to watch Trump? You don't say.....:blink:

 

Next thing you'll be telling us that Cartoon Network kicked butt in the under 10 demographic.....

More that the Tulsa Trumpy rally broke the all time record for fox at that time slot in history, which as Gnar alluded to has some contributing factors such as no sports. Fox always has the most viewers anyways though yep

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