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Steve Menard
I'm a freelance graphic designer and illustrator, specializing in corporate branding and character design.
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Steve Menard 3h
Just checked DC weather… it's borderline (55° F).
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Steve Menard 4h
Replying to @CaslerNoel @FLOTUS
Kinda like the last days of The Beatles. After years of craziness and mayhem, it's ending with a whimper.
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Steve Menard 4h
Replying to @CaslerNoel @FLOTUS
They'll need to recreate this scene for the upcoming Trump miniseries. Perhaps the penultimate episode, to be entitled "Downfall."
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Steve Menard 9h
Could be… but now I've heard him being called 'Fat Wolverine'.
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Steve Menard 9h
Replying to @donwinslow
Well he certainly missed the call on this one. I wonder who the real cynic is?
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Steve Menard Nov 22
Replying to @TeaPainUSA
So basically he's saying that Trump didn't ask them to cheat, but rather agree to put into play a sequence of events he lays out here, on Fox, which may end up leading to a constitutional crisis. Got it.
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Steve Menard Nov 20
Agree 100%.
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Steve Menard Nov 20
I think that it's a tactic to create more public pressure to overturn the results. A recent poll says that 80% of those who voted for Trump believe that there was cheating by the Democrats on a large scale to win the election.
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Steve Menard Nov 20
From what I just read in this Politico article, this change to how the electors are chosen would only apply to future elections, not to one that just took place where it would serve as a way to overturn the popular vote.
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Steve Menard Nov 18
Replying to @TrueFactsStated
Never did the right thing.
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Steve Menard Nov 18
Replying to @emptywheel
That's the deal I guess. They need to keep the Democrats around as a foil, just as the Harlem Globetrotters have needed the Washington Generals, to humiliate them over 16,000 times since 1952. It's all a game, and our role is to play the perennial losers.
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Steve Menard Nov 17
How about the Republican Attorney General of Georgia? He's upholding the law. Don't be too cynical.
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Steve Menard Nov 14
Replying to @ericgarland
I think that's him. If so, that's some Gaddafi-type sh*t right there!
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Steve Menard Nov 14
I'd suggest giving him a bear hug then flipping him upside down so that he can be used to sweep the sidewalk free of leaves… and of Trump.
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Steve Menard Nov 14
Replying to @TeaPainUSA
I would add that too many Trumpers see Democrats as those kids in class during their childhood who thought that they were better than everyone else and were too judgemental. Progressive policies are the future, but Dems have to walk a thin line to win over these people.
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Steve Menard Nov 13
Replying to @LincolnsBible
He actually clarified it by saying that they'll receive it upon request.
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Steve Menard Nov 13
Replying to @lauferlaw
Plus a popular vote win by Biden of 6 million (or more, when all is said and done), vs a popular vote loss by Trump of nearly 3 million in 2016.
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Steve Menard Nov 13
Replying to @LincolnsBible
Don't give a sh*t what he feels, quite frankly.
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Steve Menard Nov 13
Replying to @TheRealHoarse
Focused on what?
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Steve Menard Nov 13
Replying to @AngrierWHStaff
I don't necessarily doubt the veracity of these testimonials, but other than it bearing witness to misbehavior of only one side—and thus creating a false narrative—it also proves nothing with respect to changing people's votes. Let's just admit that it's whining by the losers.
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