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About as surprising as a morning sunrise, but still incomprehensible

Well, after a five day trial the Senate acquitted Donald Trump once again.  This time, at least a majority of Senators voted to convict (57:43). But not the 2/3rds vote needed. (The last time the two articles were voted down … Continue reading

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How many of Trump’s followers actually believe that the election was stolen from him.

One of the questions that has arisen recently is how many of Trump’s followers actually believe that the election was stolen from him. Or if Trump even believes it himself. On Wednesday Trump went into the Diplomatic Reception Room (of … Continue reading

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You can see all the things that President Drumpf has done in the last four years in one spreadsheet.

Shortly after Donald Drumpf became President, I started a spreadsheet to keep track of all the crazy things Drumpf was doing while being President. I didn’t do this all myself; much of this information was derived from information that was … Continue reading

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These things really happened this week in the world of Trump

Here at the A1Skeptic we mostly preach to the choir. We’re aware of this, as it’s very unusual for someone to persuade anyone else of political positions that they don’t already have. Our posts can boost the morale of the … Continue reading

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This is why progressives are apoplectic about Donald Drumpf

The other day I wrote a piece about how Donald Drumpf is like a Rorschach test, and that the Coronavirus pandemic is unlikely to change the perception of people who are Drumpf supporters and those who are not. The post … Continue reading

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The feeble efforts of the Republicans to discredit Michael Cohen

The White House and the apologists for the Donald Trump are going after Michael Cohen’s credibility in the same manner that criminal defense attorneys go after the associates of mobsters who have cut a deal. Cohen has, of course, admitted … Continue reading

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Today is the Day the Electors get to Vote Donald J. Trump as the 45th President of the United States

Today is December 19th, the day where the Electoral College gets to decide formally whether or not Donald J. Trump will become the 45th President of the United States. There are, of course, many reasons why he shouldn’t. He lost … Continue reading

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What to say in this period of mind-numbing absurdity?

After a fall of writing a lot of articles during the election season, hoping to help galvanize and motivate the left, I’ve run out of things to say. Not because there aren’t things to say. There are a lot of … Continue reading

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The Choice for 2016

Election Day is finally upon us (or almost upon us), and we get to make our choice for President, for the House of Representatives, and depending on where you vote (and if one is up for re-election), for United States … Continue reading

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Five things I wish Hillary would have asked the Donald last night

Last night we had the last of the three Presidential debates between Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump – although the debates were anything but Presidential – and there were a number of things that I wish Hillary could have said … Continue reading

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