USC Gets Most Action To Win National Title

More money has been bet on USC to win the College Football Playoff than any other team at the Westgate Sportsbook in Las Vegas.

“America’s team,” Ed Salmons, veteran oddsmaker for the SuperBook at Westgate Las Vegas, said of USC. “They’re our biggest loser in the futures book.”

The oddsmakers must be laughing at the fans betting on USC when Alabama is considered the actual favorite. USC might play in the weak Pac-12 (this year) but beating Ohio State and Alabama in a playoff?

At DraftKings, Alabama has attracted four times as many national title bets as any other team.

127 thoughts on “USC Gets Most Action To Win National Title

      1. Yeah, same as Dementia Joe having been “arrested” when he tried to visit Mandela and Hillary claiming to have come under sniper fire in Bosnia!

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      2. Brandon has always been a compulsive liar. I think in the Biden family it was OK and even encouraged to make up tall tales around the campfire like these and Corn Pop and so many others. But he can’t distinguish reality from fantasy. And he’s sucked in so many Republican Senators and politicians like John McCain and Robert Gates. Total con-artist.

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      3. The orange Cheeto has always been a compulsive liar. I think in the trump crime family it was OK and even encouraged to make up tall tales around the campfire like these and election fraud and so many others. But he can’t distinguish reality from fantasy. And he’s sucked in so many Republican Senators and politicians, too many to list. Total con-artist

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      4. NICE POOP-SHOOTER!!!!

        TOO BAD SLO CAL GETS NOTHING BUT MRS SLO CAL, A SHAR PEI-LOOKING EXCUSE.

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      5. Careful, TWB, you’re gonna make someone cry. LOL

        She hates being reminded how dumb she was for voting for all of these shit storms. People with a brain knew he wasn’t fit for office, but it took his own party 18 months to figure it out. 64% don’t want him back in 2024. Idiots, to have thought it would go any differently.

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      6. Careful, TWB, you’re gonna make someone feel bad about his limp-dick. LOL

        slo cal hates being reminded how dumb he was for voting for all of these shit storms. People with a brain knew the orange cheeto wasn’t fit for office, but it took his own party 18 months to figure it out. 64% don’t want him back in 2024. Idiots, to have thought it would go any differently.

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    1. Being tricked into thinking your hands are cuffed behind your back is 4 times worse than actually having them cuffed behind your back!
      #FirstThingLawEnforcementOfficialsLearnAboutHandcuffs!

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    2. Here’s your reality slo cal, AOC wouldn’t take a second glance at a dried-up-looking old prune like yourself.

      #WipeTheDrool

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      1. People Gabby admires: Biden, AOC, Nancy P., Hillary… Gabby is a nitwit, a dunce, a mentally deficient. Case closed, you may leave now, Gabby.

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      2. Hey slow….. Foxworthy wants to know- are you smarter than a 5th grader?

        Behind door #3 is a surprise for you…..enjoy!

        #YOURSHTICKNEEDSHELP

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      3. After meeting Gabby, they changed the show to are you smarter than a 3rd grader to make it more competitive. Gabby asked them during filming if it was okay to use his fingers to count. They said yes, but he was not allowed to sing the alphabet to remember what comes after “d”.

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      4. Interesting!…. Because the only letter I could remember was “d”….. d as in “dick”…the word most fitting to describe you….. wait, stormy said it looked more like a mushroom cap. I’m sure the breath smells the same!

        If you’re looking for some attention, go harass the fools on the floor below me.

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    3. HI SO CAL

      I AM GENERALLY PRO LIFE

      BUT HERE
      WELL
      LOOKS LIKE THE COPS MAYBE JUST WANTED TO COP A FEEL !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!😃😃😃😃😃😃😃😀😀😀😀😄😃😀

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      1. Faking it?……(in a low voice) the shar-pei (aka Mrs. slo cal) told the neighbor she’s been faking the BIG O for decades……OUCH!!!!

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  1. Greetings fandom, how did Tackett end up with that name? the film of tackett indicates he could be a db a safety shows good foot speed !? Regards , E

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    1. OF COURSE CHARLES
      BUT WOLF WONT SAY THAT. ———-LONGSHOTS COME IN SOMETIMES

      COVID OR INJURIES COULD HIT BAMA THE BUCKEYES AND THE BULLDOGS
      YOU NEVER KNOW

      WE ARE PROBABLY A COUPLE YEARS AWAY
      BUT

      NOBODY HAS OUR TROJAN SPIRIT
      AND THAT GOES A LONG LONG LONG LONG LONG LONG WAY
      AT LEAST IN MY CASE
      AND IN THECASE OF ALL LOYAL SC FANS !!!

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  2. I bet them in Vegas in May at +2000, when in reality they should’ve been double that and I’m not deluded enough to think I’ll collect.
    Though, I did get my Dodgers at +450 that I plan on collecting…Juan Soto pick out your new locker while in town. 😉

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    1. YES
      FUCK THE SALARY CAP TWICE
      THOSE GUYS CAN AFFORD TO PAY ANY AND ALL LUXURY TAX

      AND THEY SHOULD HAVE PAID COREY SEAGER TOO

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      1. Why the Dodgers don’t need seager when you have Trae Turner an all-star on the roster and then you add Freddy Freeman in the off season. That was half the price tag or less than what seager got from Texas.

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      1. TOO BAD BRUIN FANS HAVE NO COIN

        ALL THEY HAVE IS

        SHIT FOR BRAINS

        MAYBE GIVE YOU THE BENEFIT OF THE DOUBT THO MR OWNS

        YOU KNOW MORE ABOUT TROJAN FOOTBALL HISTORY THAN UCLA FOOTBALL

        OF COURSE THERE IS NOTHING WORTHWHILE TO KNOW ABOUT UCLA FOOTBALL

        Except RED SANDERS DYING IN THE ARMS OF A WHORE !!!

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      2. “As you know, my friend, it’s a miracle when a sucker and money get together in the first place…”
        —Gordon Gecko in Wall Street

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  3. I like SC’s odds better in 2022 and 2023 than in 2024.

    But to say their odds of winning a title are long is a little like saying the distance from Moscow to the Pacific Ocean is long.

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  4. Wolf: “The oddsmakers must be laughing at the fans betting on USC when Alabama is considered the actual favorite”

    Pump the brakes, and let me add some context! Over the last 8 seasons, the preseason favorite has only won 3 out of the previous 8 title games. Alabama, as a preseason favorite, has 3 wins in 6 appearances.

    The reality is, that oddsmakers are laughing at people betting the favorites. Wolf is the same guy who goes to the horse races betting on all the favorites and continues to leave with empty pockets.

    .

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    1. Gabby, first of all, our Scott is such a pessimist, he would never go with the favorite, instead opting for the longshots.

      Secondly, his pessimism would carry to his not believing he could ever win at gambling over the long haul. So I bet he never bets.

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    2. HI GABBY

      TRUE STORY

      I WROTE A PAMPHLET ONE TIME
      TITLED
      HOW TO PLAY THE RACES
      SOLD SOME COPIES TOO
      BUT WENT BROKE
      NEVER BET ON THE BANGTAILS AGAIN BRO !!

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      1. There are few axioms in life, George. But one is that a gambler can never win over the long-haul.

        Or as is written: They did not build those palaces in Las Vegas because the casinos did not have the odds in their favor.

        I’m not sure who wrote that, but I wish every prospective easy-money gambler would adhere to it.

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      2. YEAH GUYS
        MY SYSTEM WORKED AT FIRST
        THOUGHT I COULD RETIRE———- MAYBE—— IN MY DREAMS —HAHA

        BUT THEN

        REALITY BITES

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  5. Scooter, being the pessitmistic that I am, I see SC losing 2 games and losing to oregon in the pac 12 chmapionship game because of no oline. Defense will get blown out but SC wins all games by outscoring the other teams and not because of defense.

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      1. PT: I don’t think the problem will be with the offensive line or the offense. We will put up big numbers even against good teams. The fact that Caleb Williams can run and throw is a huge difference maker. The question is on defense. We were terrible last year. We have a new coaching staff and some interesting transfers but I am not confident. We may have to win some games by outscoring the opposition. That does not always work. We may lose to Oregon State, UCLA, Utah, and Notre Dame. On the other hand, we may win all of those games by scoring in excess of 42 points.

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      2. this yr SC ‘O’ line looks pretty good…’D’ line looks good if all those injured last year are truly ready ,there are some really good athletes up front, they need to be & stay healthy.

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      3. I wonder how Wiley is handling this pre-season optimism.

        The SC alumni: “Hey Wiley, SC went 4-8 last year but a majority of us Trojan faithful believes the Trojans will go 10-2 or maybe 11-1 under your tutelage. What do you say?”

        Wiley: “From 4-8 to 11-1, huh? I would love “to have whatever you’re drinking” “

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      4. I can’t stand the quack. I hope USC destroys them. It’s duck 🦆 season for them this year. Especially when Oregon hasn’t won anything no Natty’s in football.

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    1. Hi PT
      WE HAVE A CHANCE TO GO 15-0

      WELL
      I SAID

      A CHANCE BRO
      ALWAYS A CHANCE

      AND

      HOPE SPRINGS ETERNAL IN THE HUMAN HEART

      IF I CANBE ORIGINAL !!

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  6. maybe not BAMA just yet, but Ohio St ? at a stadium that isn’t frozen and snow? they very well are more than able now that real coaches have come to rescue what hellton destroyed…intentionally!

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    1. Come on, Tim. When it comes to football I don’t believe Ton-o-Hel was capable of doing anything intentionally. If it fell in his lap (Sam) then fine, but other than that, it was lights out with that guy.

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      1. everybody has intentions,some not so good…and those come from the self …all hellton thought of was self…

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    1. If we can keep the QB upright and win the turnover battle, 10 wins sound realistic. If we overachieved, and throw in some luck, the final 4 perhaps

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      1. I guess the final 4 is possible(not probable) next year. But I’m thinking that by the time 2024 comes around, we’ll have an 8, 10 or 12 teams playoff. It just seems like the next logical move if we are going to go to super conferences. We’ll see.

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  7. Braylan Shelby, the LB from Texas, has narrowed his choices down to 2 schools…….USC and Texas. Hopefully, we’ll get him. But if we don’t, it’s understandable since he is from Texas. But we can’t afford to lose guys like MATAYO UIAGALELEI…..5 stars who are right in your back yard and playing positions where we have a big need. We have to get him. Hopefully, we will get Shelby too.

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    1. The biggest thing that USC can hope for in recruiting. Is that Texas has a crappy season with 7 win Sark. USC has a really good season, then USC can get some of Texas decommits or players in the transfer portal, that we’re thinking of coming to USC.

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  8. Biden giving away semi-conductor manufacturing subsidies when it’s already in all these Silicon Valley companies best interest to shift production to USA. They’re just waiting on Senile Joe to hand them $52 billion. Brandon just loves handing out other people’s money. Give me an FJB!

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      1. Answer: The part where Biden [or Rice] prompts Justice to destroy the lives of everyone who is telling the Other Side of the Story [on election fraud, Biden Family conflicts of interest and the lack of monitoring on the billions going to Ukraine]—through bullshit lawsuits and criminal prosecutions. [I also happen to recognize that the repubs will spend ’22-’24 getting back at Biden while WE all suffer]…..
        #Let’sAgreeToShortCircuitTheRevengeCycle

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    1. But you failed to provide the whole story…..tooooo funnnny!

      Since the beginning of 2021, the semiconductor industry has announced nearly $80 billion in new investments in the United States through 2025, according to the Semiconductor Industry Association. These investments will create tens of thousands of good-paying U.S. jobs, support U.S. technological leadership, and promote security and resilience in global semiconductor supply chains. In addition to Intel’s announcement today, investments include:

      A $17 billion Samsung factory in Texas – the result of sustained work by the Administration, including the President’s meeting with President Moon of the Republic of Korea in May.
      Texas Instruments investing up to $30 billion in Texas;
      A new Global Foundries factory in New York state;
      Cree’s intention to spend $1 billion to expand a current plant in North Carolina;
      SK Group investments in a new U.S. R&D center; and
      Micron to expanding U.S. production.

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      1. 1/22/2022….(headline)….Intel Announces $20 Billion Ohio Facility; Latest Company to Invest in U.S., Strengthen Domestic Supply Chains

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      2. Gabby,
        You are [generally speaking] an Awesome Apologist [I’m being semi-serious here] for what will go down as the all time worst administration in our history —but you needn’t bother — the money is going out the door with or without your bullet point presentation…..

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      3. Speaking of “money going out the door”- let’s review, it must have slipped your mind, shit happens.

        During the worst debacle in US history (trumps handling of covid) the stable genius used socialism to save capitalism, to the tune of trillions. There was no outcry from you(crickets) why? Insert Biden’s name and you deniers are calling for Biden’s head on a pike. Your emperor had no clothes on and the hypocrisy continues.

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      1. You’re right Gabby. Biden is the greatest president america has ever had(especially, the greatest president the dems have ever had). That’s why I’m betting that the dems will abandon him BEFORE 2024(I’ll guarantee he will not be the democratic candidate IN 2024). That’s why even the far left fake news media is abandoning him right now. The people are abandoning him(just look at the polls). But you’ve convinced me with your great logic Gabby, Biden is the greatest president america has ever had.

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      2. I hope you don’t play much poker, hate to see the baby lose his candy….just saying!

        Regarding Mr, Biden, not once have a said he was doing a “good job” or the “greatest”, so stop the fucking lying. I’m a supporter of the Democratic party, as a whole, and vote along party lines(comprehend?). It’s really fucking lame and disrespectful for you to put words in my mouth.

        My choice in 2020 was someone other than Biden and it will reflect the same in 2024

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    2. Of course slimy, accused drunk-driver Paul Pelosi buys millions of semi-conductor stocks before the vote. Paul to Nancy: “Blink once for yes or twice for no.” The D’Alesandro Crime Family lives on.

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    1. What is wrong with you, George, reverting back to football.

      Don’t you fathom that the Trump devotees and the Biden hanger-ons are destroying the America we were brought up in?

      And all you can come up with is whether Ceyair can be a D-back this season?

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      1. HEY
        I DIG YOU LJ

        THERES AN OLD EXPRESSION FOR YOU

        SINCE 2016 AMERICA HAS BEEN GETTING FUCKED ROYALLY

        WE NEED NEW BLOOD

        NO MORE TRUMP OR BIDEN FOR THIS OLD DOG !!!

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  9. SUDDEN THOUGHT PART TWO

    IF I EVER GET TO TALK TO SPACE
    I COULD SAY

    YOURE TEARING ME APART !!!!

    JAMES DEAN IN REBEL WITHOUT A CAUSE

    IfYOU DONT GET IT
    SPACE IS EXPANDING SEE !!!!!

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      1. Except our buddy is an advocate for a [dead] Party …
        Biden is the Leader of Our Country….
        #…DoingImmeasurableDamage24/7

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      2. Such a child she used the “I’m rubber and you’re glue” tactic above. Truly pathetic.

        But as we’ve said, dumb enough to vote for someone we all knew would fail. So nothing should surprise us.

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  10. Hey Gabby
    I’m not trying to put words in your mouth but you did sound very confident about Biden in your answer to MG. But you did say “I’m a supporter of the Democratic party, as a whole, and vote along party lines”. I guess I’m just trying to figure out how anyone could support todays democratic party.
    I would think that the dems would see the writing on the wall when the party starts supporting concepts like “a man can have a baby” and “you can be a boy today and a girl tomorrow” or there are not 2 genders but 50-100 and when mobs from your party spend the whole summer burning down america and when mobs from your party start threatening Supreme Court Justices and drown out conservative speakers on campus and say things like they want to defund the police and in some cases they even say that they want to get rid of the police and when democrat run cities are approaching anarchy and when people are running out of blue states as fast as they can.
    I believe in free speech and free thought. I’m not trying to say that dems cannot believe what they want to believe. I’m just trying to understand why they still follow this bankrupt party in lieu of where it seems to be headed. Back in 1945, if I were a young person, I would have been a democrat. They left me. I didn’t leave them.

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    1. You won’t get an intelligent answer. Childish insults is all he’s got. We see it over & over & over again.

      As they say, Dims will vote for a glass of water if it’s got a “D” next to it. Then they cry when we laugh at the failures. Stupid enough to claim we’re unpatriotic, or just as stupid…claim we’re praying for their demise.

      No. We were just smart enough to know that voting for incompetence & weakness would result in death & suffering, not only in the U.S. but in other countries. Our President has historically served as the leader of the free world, not just the USA. Currently, that isn’t the case.

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      1. EAT SLEEP SHIT BIDEN …..rinse and repeat (autisim)

        Speaking of “intelligent”… I have presented you with numerous questions related to Biden’s actions or lack of actions.

        You have yet to offer any “intelligent” response or solution to your grievances(try pointing the finger at the GOP obstructionist in the senate). Instead, you attack the messenger and ignore the message. Biden’s demise is the only thing that brings joy to your life. It gives you more ammo to attack me, such a pathetic little old man. Be embarrassed

        I treat you like a child because you have earned it. Respect is earned not given

        #BROKENRECORD.

        Wait for it, his typical response: “But as we’ve said, dumb enough to vote for someone we all knew would fail. So nothing should surprise us.”

        (the horse is dead, get a new shtick)

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      1. EAT SLEEP SHIT BIDEN GABBY……rinse and repeat (autism)

        He takes the bait every time, dipshit!

        #FREERENT

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    2. Failure: America’s global image is in shambles:

      America’s global image declined significantly under Trump, who repeatedly insulted key US allies while cozying up to dictators.

      The former president’s tendency to push important allies away and isolate the US, including by pulling out of landmark international agreements like the Paris climate accord, had a palpable impact.

      People across the world expressed negative views on Trump. Pew Research Center in January 2020 released a survey of 32 countries that showed a median of 64% said they do not have confidence in Trump to do the right thing in world affairs, and just 29% expressed confidence in the president.

      Trump’s handling of the coronavirus pandemic also left the US embarrassed on the world stage, and created a void in global leadership that China has rushed to fill.

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    1. Gabby
      “But as we’ve said, dumb enough to vote for someone we all knew would fail. So nothing should surprise us.” Really????? Trump didn’t fail the first time and there is no reason to believe that he will fail the 2nd time if he gets in. But we did all know that Biden would fail…..and he has……did you vote for him? So much for “dumb enough to vote for someone we all knew would fail”.

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      1. But. But. But he had a “D” next to his name, so I had to. LMAO

        Moron.

        Now he’ll ignore your post and cry about mine, as usual. Why? Because he’s a predictable little bitch.

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      2. hey penis breath, I just responded to your boyfriend. Help him out…… wait wait wait….you lack the mental capacity to give any intelligent rebuttal…my bad!

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      3. This little bitch would twist your sorry ass into a pretzel…behind your keyboard, like the true coward you are

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      4. Didn’t fail????? were you on the fucking moon during covid or fucking brain dead? I’m going to list a few of trump’s major failures, there are hundreds, just a few big ones. Since you’re a self-proclaimed stable genius, please, prove to me and the 80 million others who didn’t vote for trump, that he’s not a failure.

        Hit me with some impressive rebuttal skills…grab a chair it’s long. And read every fucking sentence. so, there is no confusion or misinformation. Have your limp-dick buddy slo cal help you, another genius.

        Here’s your reality, trump’s legacy will be defined by his disastrous handling of COVID-19.

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      5. Failure: COVID-19 pandemic:

        Trump’s handling of the COVID-19 pandemic will likely go down as one of the biggest disasters in US history. Hundreds of thousands of Americans have died, and millions are unemployed.

        On the day Trump left office, there had been more than 24.3 million confirmed COVID-19 cases in the US and over 405,000 reported fatalities. The US has the worst coronavirus outbreak in the world. As of January 20, the US COVID-19 death toll was on the verge of surpassing the total number of American service members killed during World War II.

        Despite this, Trump repeatedly downplayed the threat of the virus and contradicted top public-health experts, flouting recommendations from advisors on his own White House coronavirus task force.

        In March 2020, Trump privately admitted to veteran reporter Bob Woodward (on tape) that he was deliberately misleading the public on the dangers of the virus in an effort to avoid inducing panic.

        Public health experts have cited Trump’s nonchalant approach to the virus and tendency to reject science as one of the primary factors in why the US emerged as the epicenter.

        Trump refused to accept responsibility for his failed response to the pandemic, blaming China instead.

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      6. Failure: The US economy:

        Trump often took credit for the robust US economy before the pandemic, ignoring that much of the growth began during the Obama administration.

        The US faced one of the worst economic crises in its history under Trump, which was intrinsically linked to his disastrous response to the COVID-19 pandemic.

        Coronavirus lockdowns in early 2020 and reduced consumer spending led to tens of millions of job losses as whole segments of the economy sputtered. The economy has since begun adding back jobs, but is far from a full recovery as the US struggles to contain the coronavirus and Biden takes over. Roughly 22 million jobs were lost from February to April

        As Trump left office, the US national debt was at the highest levels since World War II. And US economic growth was set to average just above 0% for Trump’s first term because of the pandemic recession, according to The Washington Post.

        Though the economy is still far from recovered, Trump also failed to bring Congress together to pass a second coronavirus stimulus package prior to Election Day as Americans across the country struggled to cover rent and other bills. The GOP-controlled Senate instead prioritized confirming Trump’s Supreme Court nominee, essentially placing the economy and the livelihoods of Americans on the back-burner.

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      7. Failure: Charlottesville and George Floyd:

        Trump’s response to a deadly neo-Nazi rally in Charlottesville, Virginia, was one of the most controversial moments in his presidency.

        It was emblematic of Trump’s struggle to bring the country together after tragedies, and more generally. His response also typified his controversial record on race relations and white supremacy.

        Trump blamed “many sides” for the violence at the rally, which resulted in the death of a counterprotester, Heather Heyer. He later said there were “very fine people on both sides.”

        The former president was excoriated by Republicans and Democrats alike over his response and his failure to offer a swift and forceful condemnation of white-supremacist violence.

        GOP Sen. Lindsey Graham of South Carolina, often one of Trump’s fiercest defenders in Congress, at the time said the former president’s words were “dividing Americans, not healing them.”

        “President Trump took a step backward by again suggesting there is moral equivalency between the white supremacist, neo-Nazis and KKK members,” Graham added.

        In the wake of the brutal death of George Floyd at the hands of Minneapolis police and the nationwide protests that followed, Trump also failed to rise to the occasion. He’s done far more to divide the country than bring it together.

        The former president had peaceful protesters tear-gassed near the White House so he could pose for a photo with a Bible at a nearby church. He’s consistently demonized anti-racism demonstrators, and controversially sent federal agents into US cities to squash unrest and intimidate the local population. Trump has elevated conspiracy theorists and people who’ve threatened protesters with guns.

        Historians have warned that Trump’s tactics mirror those of authoritarian regimes.

        Trump has frequently employed racist rhetoric during his presidency, but especially during times of heightened racial tensions.

        Polling has shown that the vast majority of Black Americans view Trump as racist, and his approval rating with this demographic stood at 14% in late 2020, according to Gallup.

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      8. Failure: America’s global image is in shambles:

        America’s global image declined significantly under Trump, who repeatedly insulted key US allies while cozying up to dictators.

        The former president’s tendency to push important allies away and isolate the US, including by pulling out of landmark international agreements like the Paris climate accord, had a palpable impact.

        People across the world expressed negative views on Trump. Pew Research Center in January 2020 released a survey of 32 countries that showed a median of 64% said they do not have confidence in Trump to do the right thing in world affairs, and just 29% expressed confidence in the president.

        Trump’s handling of the coronavirus pandemic also left the US embarrassed on the world stage, and created a void in global leadership that China has rushed to fill

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      9. Failure: Family separations and the deaths of migrant children:

        Trump in 2016 campaigned on reducing undocumented immigration, pledging to take a hardline approach.

        He made good on that promise when coming into office, but was accused of human-rights abuses and violating international law by the UN.

        The Trump administration’s “zero tolerance” policy on illegal border crossings led to the separations of at least 5,500 families and saw children placed in cages.

        The president of the American Academy of Pediatrics at the time described the practice as “nothing less than government-sanctioned child abuse.”

        After widespread backlash, Trump issued an executive order in June 2018 to halt the family separations, and a federal judge ordered the Trump administration to reunite all those it had separated. But the fallout from the separations is ongoing.

        Trump falsely blamed his predecessor, former President Barack Obama, for the policy that saw thousands of children separated from their parents.

        At least six migrant children died in US custody, leading to widespread condemnation of conditions in detention facilities.

        The UN human-rights chief, Michelle Bachelet, in July 2019 said she was “shocked” by the US government’s treatment of migrant children and the conditions they faced in detention facilities after crossing the border from Mexico.

        “As a pediatrician, but also as a mother and a former head of state, I am deeply shocked that children are forced to sleep on the floor in overcrowded facilities, without access to adequate healthcare or food, and with poor sanitation conditions,” Bachelet, the former president of Chile, stated.

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      10. Failure: Iran, Syria, and Afghanistan:

        Trump’s decision to unilaterally withdraw the US from the 2015 nuclear deal in May 2018 has induced chaos throughout the Middle East.

        It remains one of Trump’s most unpopular decisions in the global arena, and has been condemned by top US allies who were also signatories to the deal.

        The former president failed to thwart Iran’s aggressive behavior in the region through a maximum pressure campaign, meant to squeeze Tehran into negotiating a more stringent version of the pact.

        After a series of incidents in the Persian Gulf region in 2019, tensions between Washington and Tehran reached historic heights and sparked fears of war. These fears were exacerbated after Trump ordered a strike that killed Iran’s top general, Qassem Soleimani, in early January 2020. The strike led Iran to retaliate and fire on US troops in the region, and dozens were seriously injured.

        Iran also abandoned the 2015 nuclear deal, which was designed to prevent it from obtaining a nuclear weapon.

        Trump’s decision to pull US troops out of northern Syria in October 2019 was also among his most disastrous foreign policy moves. In doing so, Trump effectively abandoned US-allied Kurdish forces who bore the brunt of the US-led campaign against ISIS to a Turkish military invasion.

        The withdrawal induced a humanitarian crisis and created a security vacuum that Russia, Iran, and Syrian President Bashar al-Assad, an accused war criminal, all benefited from.

        Trump repeatedly pledged to end “endless wars,” zeroing in on Afghanistan. He wanted to remove all US troops from Afghanistan by the November election, but that didn’t happen.

        Meanwhile, The New York Times in June 2020 reported that US intelligence officials determined Russia paid bounties to Taliban-linked Afghan militants to kill US troops.

        The Trump administration didn’t take any known responses. Though the White House claimed Trump was not initially briefed on the matter, reporting from multiple outlets suggests otherwise. Trump in a July 2020 interview said he had not confronted Russian President Vladimir Putin on the matter.

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      11. Now grab your ankles and assume the position…..stop!…. An old relic like yourself could never grab the ankles….grab the knees!…..you’re nothing but the typical cult member….trump said he loves the uneducated….

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      12. PS….. speaking of a “dumb vote”…. looks like your vote turned out to be extremely DUMB!

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      13. She’s sounding more & more like tough guy Dementia Joe: ‘If we were in high school, I’d take him behind the gym and beat the hell out of him.’

        Only one trying to play tough behind their keyboard is her. Typical liberal…accuse everyone else of what you’re guilty of! (Such as the broken record crap.)

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      14. is the senile old man triggered….???? doesn’t take much…. this fool needs to fuck with someone on the floor below me… his skill set is unworthy

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  11. I don’t know about you, Parcel, but my favorite part was the part about the cages. You know, the ones that Joe & Barack built. The ones that are still being used, but we can’t see because the true dictator, Joe, has banned the media from the border.

    She can copy & paste really well. LMAO

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    1. you need to get educated on the cages…..you sound limited, as usual.

      ONCE AGAIN, YOU ATTACK THE MESSENGER INSTEAD OF THE MESSAGE. Debunk the message…….what?…..the great slo cal is speechless…..come on old man, rip my words apart…..prove that trump was the greatest……crickets crickets crickets

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    2. copy and paste, exactly!….. just repeating the words of others who understand the major failure trump was…. you were the “dumb ass” who voted for him…be embarrassed

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    3. All you got out of my posting was the word cages……I knew you were limited, but shit, that limited….. you really are a senile old relic

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    4. slo….. let’s go back behind the woodshed and handle it like real men… just a little pussy behind his keyboard regurgitating the same old dog and pony show, begging for everyone’s approval

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