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Signs From the Far Left That the Colorado
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Posted By: Garnet, 12/22/2023 12:28:10 PM

Happy Friday, dear Kruiser Morning Briefing friends. Yerzenwul felt that it was almost time to share his love of hamster haiku with everyone in Omelette Appreciation Club. It has been a whirlwind few days since the Colorado Supreme Court took a plunge off of the progressive cliff and booted Donald Trump from the state's GOP primary ballot. In the first 24 hours or so after the ruling, reaction predictably broke along party lines. The rabid, Trump-hating Left was ecstatic, of course. Even Republicans who aren't Trump fans thought the court had severely exceeded its authority. Everyone immediately became a legal expert and opinions were flying like Frisbees at the beach.

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Reply 1 - Posted by: jimincalif 12/22/2023 2:10:21 PM (No. 1622375)
FTA: “ What happened in Colorado is, of course, the clearest sign of the Democrats' desperation yet. ” Indeed they are desperate, if SCOTUS tosses this decision, I expect the risk to President Trump’s life to increase exponentially, they are that deranged, convinced of their superiority over us unwashed masses, and power hungry. But it’s a matter of timing. ASAP, after he locks up enough delegates for the nomination, or after the convention? Which do they think would best help them retain power? I hope and pray this won’t happen but it can’t be ruled out. I’m not sure Trump can trust his secret service detail either, it can be infiltrated.
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Reply 2 - Posted by: itsonlyme 12/22/2023 2:52:38 PM (No. 1622397)
Pukes wearing black robes.
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Reply 3 - Posted by: MickTurn 12/22/2023 8:35:10 PM (No. 1622546)
They didn't just step in it, they loaded up their plate and ate it ALL!
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Happy Friday, dear Kruiser Morning Briefing friends. Yerzenwul felt that it was almost time to share his love of hamster haiku with everyone in Omelette Appreciation Club. It has been a whirlwind few days since the Colorado Supreme Court took a plunge off of the progressive cliff and booted Donald Trump from the state's GOP primary ballot. In the first 24 hours or so after the ruling, reaction predictably broke along party lines. The rabid, Trump-hating Left was ecstatic, of course. Even Republicans who aren't Trump fans thought the court had severely exceeded its authority. Everyone immediately became a legal expert and opinions were flying like Frisbees at the beach.
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