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所跟帖: 铁梅 干预的手法太露骨引起选民怀疑,所以黑材料没起到想要的作用   2020-11-01 08:13:02  


作者: cwing   华川粉对应概念是华川黑,其话不可全信,华川黑多有给tg活摘洗 2020-11-01 16:08:01  [点击:546]
常见一个概念叫华川粉
其实其对应的概念没人提,就是华川黑
华川黑当然宣传没用了,但cnn能发挺川文说明有用
当然有人辩称那是川粉在cnn发的“opinions”
问题是,之前可是中间派在左媒想发点“opinions”最后被挤兑辞职了
这就算变化嘛
另外俺粗略观察了一下,中推川黑多有给tg洗地历史,最典型的是给tg活摘洗地
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https://www.cnn.com/2020/10/30/opinions/donald-trump-deserves-second-term-jennings/index.html
Donald Trump deserves a second term

Opinion by Scott Jennings

Updated 8:53 PM ET, Fri October 30, 2020
Wisconsin voter: This is my biggest reason for voting for Trump ...

FLINT, MI - OCTOBER 31: Former U.S. President Barack Obama speaks during a drive-in campaign rally for Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden at Northwestern High School on October 31, 2020 in Flint, Michigan. Biden is campaigning with former President Obama on Saturday in Michigan, a battleground state that President Donald Trump narrowly won in 2016. (Photo by Drew Angerer/Getty Images)
Barack Obama: Trump cares about feeding his ego
GOLDEN, CO - OCTOBER 29: Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump addresses a campaign rally in the Rodeo Arena at the Jefferson County Fairgrounds October 29, 2016 in Golden, Colorado. The Federal Bureau of Investigation announced Friday it discovered emails pertinent to the closed investigation of Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton's private email server and are looking to see if they improperly contained classified information. Trump said "I think it's the biggest story since Watergate." (Photo by Chip Somodevilla/Getty Images)
The 2016 promises Donald Trump has (and hasn't) kept
Voters line up to vote early in the 2020 President Election at a satellite voting location at City Hall in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, U.S., September 29, 2020. REUTERS/Rachel Wisniewski
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Longtime Florida GOP official: Why I'm voting for Biden
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How a contested election could play out
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Getty photographer documents moment of home evictions
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FLINT, MI - OCTOBER 31: Former U.S. President Barack Obama speaks during a drive-in campaign rally for Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden at Northwestern High School on October 31, 2020 in Flint, Michigan. Biden is campaigning with former President Obama on Saturday in Michigan, a battleground state that President Donald Trump narrowly won in 2016. (Photo by Drew Angerer/Getty Images)
Barack Obama: Trump cares about feeding his ego
GOLDEN, CO - OCTOBER 29: Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump addresses a campaign rally in the Rodeo Arena at the Jefferson County Fairgrounds October 29, 2016 in Golden, Colorado. The Federal Bureau of Investigation announced Friday it discovered emails pertinent to the closed investigation of Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton's private email server and are looking to see if they improperly contained classified information. Trump said "I think it's the biggest story since Watergate." (Photo by Chip Somodevilla/Getty Images)
The 2016 promises Donald Trump has (and hasn't) kept
Voters line up to vote early in the 2020 President Election at a satellite voting location at City Hall in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, U.S., September 29, 2020. REUTERS/Rachel Wisniewski
Road to 270: 4 years ago, Trump turned this state red
Enten: Trump needs bigger polling miss to win in 2020
Harrison to Graham: You can't give anybody lesson on telling truth
Georgia Senate seats at risk of flipping this election
Longtime Florida GOP official: Why I'm voting for Biden
trump rally acosta dnt 10302020
Trump pushes baseless theory about doctors and virus deaths
Wisconsin voter: This is my biggest reason for voting for Trump ...
How a contested election could play out
Pennsylvania Gov. Tom Wolf: Things feel different from 2016
Biden campaign bus surrounded by Trump supporter caravan
trump campaign rally stop pennsylvania scotus election role diaz nr vpx_00000515
Analyst: 'Incredibly concerning' Trump touted SCOTUS election role
Fact Check: Trump and Biden's biggest lies from the campaign
evictions coronavirus pandemic trump sot vpx moore nr_00001908
Getty photographer documents moment of home evictions
Biden leads in two key states as campaign wraps

"Scott Jennings, a CNN contributor and Republican campaign adviser, is a former special assistant to President George W. Bush and a former campaign adviser to Sen. Mitch McConnell. He is a partner at RunSwitch Public Relations in Louisville, Kentucky. Follow him on Twitter @ScottJenningsKY. The opinions expressed in this commentary are his own. View more opinion articles on CNN."

(CNN)The case for President Donald Trump is simple: He made the economy work for so many Americans, kept us out of new and costly wars and even brokered peace deals in the Middle East.
Scott Jennings
Scott Jennings
He believes our taxes should be lower, not higher -- and signed into law sweeping tax relief for businesses and the vast majority of federal income tax filers. He thinks government shouldn't overregulate, rolling back numerous Obama-era overreaches, while working with his Republican allies in Congress.
And despite his relative dovishness, he has invested in our military and in the men and women who wear the uniform. As a result, our enemies know we are more than capable of finishing them. Just ask the former leader of ISIS, Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi or former Iranian General Qasem Soleimani.

Beyond that, Trump stands up against the worst impulses of the American left and the radicals who seek to banish from the public square those who dare to think differently. Heck, even the Girl Scouts deleted a tweet congratulating Amy Coney Barrett on her elevation to the Supreme Court because of pressure from the liberal Twitter mob. Is that the kind of American we want, where unhinged progressives can shut down even a simple tweet of congrats to an accomplished female judge?
Whatever problems I have with him -- and there are more than a few -- Trump's willingness to stand up to this kind of mob impresses the hell out of me. Standing by Justice Brett Kavanaugh during a tough confirmation fight, for instance, was a particularly proud moment.
Trump is not a perfect person. His personal history, and the way he speaks to and about people can be atrocious. But Trump did become the first sitting president to attend the March for Life Rally this year, where he voiced his unwavering support for "unborn children," who he said "never had a stronger defender in the White House." Whether his views on abortion are pure or transactional, I care not. He stands up for the unborn who can't stand up for themselves -- and has appointed judges, like Barrett, who will hopefully do the same.
Elections are choices. Pro-life or pro-choice. Higher taxes or lower taxes. Support free speech or coddle censorship. No politician ever satisfies me fully, but Trump comes far closer than Joe Biden ever could.
There's room for Trump to improve, but in no way does Biden represent a step in a policy direction that I can support as a conservative. He fails the test on virtually every issue I care about, and I expect the United States would move radically left on his watch, especially on abortion.
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And for all of the President's missteps, including his rhetorical failures in dealing with coronavirus, this vote is about the next four years. We will likely have a vaccine soon (and in large part thanks to Trump's leadership on Operation Warp Speed), and we will defeat this virus no matter who wins.

So, who can lead us through that day and beyond, restoring the American economy and stopping the radicals from tearing up the American political institutions they find inconvenient?
Donald J. Trump.
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