General Official 2020 USA Presidential Election Extravaganza

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Inside Job

Do Milk
First 100
Jan 17, 2015
41,503
46,920
It is gonna be cancelled


If it does happen it will be biden stepping down(predictably and intentionally)
so that a female can move into his spot

harris
clinton
mike obama's cock
should be tulsi but she shit her bed when she endorsed biden....or was that intentional? hmmnnnn
 

IschKabibble

TMMAC Addict
First 100
Jan 15, 2015
12,836
17,792
No need for Trump to be so aggressive this time around, but I wouldn't mind if he picked up right where he left off in 2016.

 

HEATH VON DOOM

Remember the 5th of November
Oct 21, 2015
15,667
22,107
3/10. You were on such a roll earlier Splinty @Splinty. You cant go full retard all in one day. Should have slow rolled the suckers for a few days since they have nothing better to do than watch porn and rage on TMMAC
 

MC Gusto

Freeloading Rusty
Jan 11, 2016
12,485
12,609
New York Times admits Biden team influenced edits to story on sexual assault allegation
On Monday, however, Executive Editor Dean Baquet admitted that the Biden campaign's reaction to the piece played a role in making the changes. He explained the situation as part of a longer storythat detailed why the New York Times waited 14 days to cover Reade's allegations.

"Even though a lot of us, including me, had looked at it before the story went into the paper, I think that the campaign thought that the phrasing was awkward and made it look like there were other instances in which he had been accused of sexual misconduct," he explained. "And that’s not what the sentence was intended to say."


He added, "We didn’t think it was a factual mistake. I thought it was an awkward phrasing issue that could be read different ways and that it wasn’t something factual we were correcting. So I didn’t think that was necessary [to explain]."

The original sentence from the story read, "The Times found no pattern of sexual misconduct by Mr. Biden, beyond the hugs, kisses and touching that women previously said made them uncomfortable." It was later changed to: "The Times found no pattern of sexual misconduct by Mr. Biden."