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Old 01-11-2021, 05:12 PM   #1
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Even Golf Now Abandoning Him

https://www.bostonglobe.com/2021/01/...22-tournament/

"PGA takes 2022 Championship away from Trump National Golf Course

KAPALUA, Hawaii — The PGA of America cut ties to President Donald Trump when it voted Sunday to take the PGA Championship event away from his New Jersey golf course next year.

The vote comes four days after the Trump-fueled riot at the nation’s Capitol as Congress was certifying the election victory of President-elect Joe Biden. This is the second time in just over five years the PGA of America removed one of its events from a Trump course.

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It canceled the PGA Grand Slam of Golf in 2015 at Trump National Los Angeles Golf Club after Trump’s disparaging remarks about Mexican immigrants when he announced he was seeking the Republican nomination for president. The event was canceled for good the following spring.

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Trump also owns Turnberry in Scotland, one of the most picturesque links in the British Open rotation most famous for the “Duel in the Sun” between Tom Watson and Jack Nicklaus in 1977, and most recently Henrik Stenson beating Phil Mickelson in 2016. The R&A, which determines the British Open rotation, has not returned to Turnberry since Trump took over."
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it is amazing how companies decide to disenfranchise half the country
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Old 01-11-2021, 05:42 PM   #3
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And all it took was one little act of inciting violence. Go figure.
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And all it took was one little act of inciting violence. Go figure.
really? like Commie Harris? or Maximum Watters? or Nan Pelosi?
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really? like Commie Harris? or Maximum Watters? or Nan Pelosi?
No. Like these guys:

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And all it took was one little act of inciting violence. Go figure.
Except he didn't.

You can invite all the people in the world you want to join you in DC...and you can even tell them we're going to march on down to the Capitol....and it's not inciting violence. It's been done a million times over over the years. It's an American right.

He said we're "going to cheer on our Senators."

Sounds violent to me.

He didn't say GET IN THEIR FACES like COREY BOOKER and MAXINE WATERS and OBAMA has said in the RECENT past about political rivals. (they are ALL still on social media...never been kicked off ANYWHERE)

He said we're going to go to the Capitol and cheer on our Senators and not cheer for some of the others.

So please. Stop gaslighting along with the Democrats and the media.

Unless you like that sort of thing.
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Old 01-11-2021, 06:31 PM   #7
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Even more amazing how Sec keeps violating TOS by posting entire articles.
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Old 01-11-2021, 06:34 PM   #8
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Except he didn't.

You can invite all the people in the world you want to join you in DC...and you can even tell them we're going to march on down to the Capitol....and it's not inciting violence. It's been done a million times over over the years. It's an American right.

He said we're "going to cheer on our Senators."

Sounds violent to me.

He didn't say GET IN THEIR FACES like COREY BOOKER and MAXINE WATERS and OBAMA has said in the RECENT past about political rivals. (they are ALL still on social media...never been kicked off ANYWHERE)

He said we're going to go to the Capitol and cheer on our Senators and not cheer for some of the others.

So please. Stop gaslighting along with the Democrats and the media.

Unless you like that sort of thing.
You sound like you think TJD thinks for himself and is not told what to think and when to think it......
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Old 01-11-2021, 06:35 PM   #9
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No. Like these guys:

https://youtu.be/mh3cbd7niTQ
Trump specifically said peacefully march to the capital. Did you miss that or were you hoping none of us actually were going to watch the video!
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Even more amazing how Sec keeps violating TOS by posting entire articles.
Did you click on the link? It's not the entire article.
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Except he didn't.

You can invite all the people in the world you want to join you in DC...and you can even tell them we're going to march on down to the Capitol....and it's not inciting violence. It's been done a million times over over the years. It's an American right.

He said we're "going to cheer on our Senators."

Sounds violent to me.

He didn't say GET IN THEIR FACES like COREY BOOKER and MAXINE WATERS and OBAMA has said in the RECENT past about political rivals. (they are ALL still on social media...never been kicked off ANYWHERE)

He said we're going to go to the Capitol and cheer on our Senators and not cheer for some of the others.

So please. Stop gaslighting along with the Democrats and the media.

Unless you like that sort of thing.
What do you expect... they have been huffing gas fumes for five years. They have no rationality left it's blinded them to anything and everything. So heads explode at drop of a red hat.
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And all it took was one little act of inciting violence. Go figure.
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What was that he said in his speech?

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I know that everyone here will soon be marching over to the Capitol building to peacefully and patriotically make your voices heard."
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I'm fairly certain that he also said to the marchers~

"I'll be there with you..." (or words to that effect.)

Then he did not go and join them.
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Except he didn't.

You can invite all the people in the world you want to join you in DC...and you can even tell them we're going to march on down to the Capitol....and it's not inciting violence. It's been done a million times over over the years. It's an American right.

He said we're "going to cheer on our Senators." *

Sounds violent to me.
* We’re going walk down to the Capitol, and we’re going to cheer on our brave senators, and congressmen and women. We’re probably not going to be cheering so much for some of them because you’ll never take back our country with weakness. You have to show strength, and you have to be strong.

OF COURSE the President wouldn’t specifically say to march to Congress and riot. He’s not stupid. He even said “peacefully.” But the President, his son, Giuliani and others did everything short of that to gin up the crowd then turn them loose.

Former AG Barr:

“Orchestrating a mob to pressure Congress is inexcusable. The President’s conduct yesterday was a betrayal of his office and supporters.”
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I'm fairly certain that he also said to the marchers~

"I'll be there with you..." (or words to that effect.)

Then he did not go and join them.
He had no intention of going. Abuses the **** out of his supporters and they lap it up. Must be Stockholm syndrome.
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