Trump's Presidency: Is this the next domino to fall?

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5 minutes ago, balticus said:

Go ahead and quote where i expressed reverence for trolling.

 

I inferred it from your previous posts about Trumps trolling. But OK, good to know. You disapprove of trolling.

 

5 minutes ago, balticus said:

You're hysterical. 

 

You have an odd definition of hysterical. I think you might be projecting. Maybe you should step back from the keyboard for a while. Go out and get some fresh air. It will do you some good.

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Donald Trump bragged on Wednesday that the U.S. is building a border wall in Colorado — a thing that is definitely not happening, by the way. But lucky for those left baffled by the mistake, Colorado’s governor had a pretty perfect response.

“Well this is awkward,” Gov. Jared Polis tweeted on Wednesday. “Colorado doesn’t border Mexico. Good thing Colorado now offers free full day kindergarten so our kids can learn basic geography.”

Trump’s geographical flub happened during a speech in Pittsburgh on Wednesday at an oil and gas conference. “We’re building a wall on the border of New Mexico, and we’re building a wall in Colorado. We’re building a beautiful wall, a big one that really works, that you can’t get over, you can’t get under,” Trump told a cheering crowd. “And we’re building a wall in Texas. And we’re not building a wall in Kansas but they get the benefit of the walls that we just mentioned.”

Colorado, by the way, is around 450 miles north of the border with Mexico. By comparison, the shortest driving distance between San Francisco and Los Angeles is 383 miles...

 

 

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In response to criticism over the hasty retreat of US troops from Syria, US President Donald Trump has vociferously defended himself, saying in a Cabinet meeting on Monday that he is responsible for the capture of ISIS prisoners. "We. Not Obama. We. We captured them. Me," Trump said.

 

So why is ISIS still attacking people over there after his huge success?

 

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The server conspiracy is back in the news again.

 

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It’s the conspiracy theory that could bring down a presidency: the idea that an old Democratic National Committee email server is hidden somewhere in Ukraine and could rewrite the history of the 2016 election.

If it does lead to President Trump’s impeachment, it will be because he believed it.

“There was a server, the DNC server, that had never went to the FBI — the FBI didn’t take it,” Trump said in an interview with Fox News. “It was taken by somebody, I guess it’s CrowdStrike, that’s what I have heard.”

Trump pushed the same line last week in the Oval Office, stating, “For instance, I still ask the FBI, ‘Where is the server?’ How come the FBI never got the server from the DNC? Where is the server? I want to see the server.”

There is no DNC server....

 

 

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21 hours ago, Krieg said:

USA has been friends with Ancient Rome for 1000s of years.   Seriously, wtf?

 

 

 

:lol::lol::lol::lol::lol::lol::lol::lol::lol::lol:

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I'm gonna build a beautiful wall next to Indianna, to keep the Indians out. A big one that really works, you can't get over, you can't get under.

 

 

 

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1 hour ago, El Jeffo said:

 

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There, fixed it!

You forgot the border between Alaska & Canada, Canada is obviously part of Mexico. Did you use Trump's sharpie?

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3 hours ago, balticus said:

 

Yes, because no one thinks at all that Barr isn't completely in Trump's pocket or anything. It's not like he tried to whitewash GHWB's Iran-Contra criminal activity or something outrageous like that.

 

Come back when you've got something. People who have followed politics over the last 40 years remember Barr's bullshit.

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2 hours ago, AlexTr said:

 

Yes, because no one thinks at all that Barr isn't completely in Trump's pocket or anything. It's not like he tried to whitewash GHWB's Iran-Contra criminal activity or something outrageous like that.

 

Come back when you've got something. People who have followed politics over the last 40 years remember Barr's bullshit.

Seriously. And surely someone with such profound knowledge of U.S. politics remembers what happened the last time an AG thought he was the president's personal lawyer and not a public servant...

 

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Conspiracy, obstruction of justice, and perjury. Sound familiar?

 

 

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It's like OJ announcing that he's going to search for the real killers.

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The Washington Post editorial board on Thursday used an old adage about politics to suggest the GOP is in real trouble.

In its op-ed titled “Republicans are wrong on process, too,” the newspaper’s board dissected Wednesday’s storming of a secure room in the Capitol by GOP lawmakers who were protesting closed-door deposition hearings in the Democrats’ impeachment inquiry into President Donald Trump.

“There is an old Washington saying that if you’re arguing about process, you’re losing,” the board began its editorial. “A follow-on maxim might be: If you are wrong on process, too, you must really be in trouble.”

The board noted how “Republican legislators are present at all of these closed-door sessions and are free to pose questions.”

“The impression Republicans tried to convey, of Democrats cooking up an illegitimate indictment of the president while locking all others out of the room, is a partisan fantasy,” it added.

 

 

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6 hours ago, AlexTr said:

It's not like he tried to whitewash GHWB's Iran-Contra criminal activity or something outrageous like that.

 

Come back when you've got something. People who have followed politics over the last 40 years remember Barr's bullshit.

 

Whatabout whatabout whatabout whatabout ... ?

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3 minutes ago, balticus said:

 

Whatabout whatabout whatabout whatabout ... ?

 

 

There you go again Alex, trying to win an argument with facts. :lol:

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6 hours ago, El Jeffo said:

Seriously. And surely someone with such profound knowledge of U.S. politics remembers what happened the last time an AG thought he was the president's personal lawyer and not a public servant...

 

You mean the guy who called himself the President's Wingman?   The guy who helped the POTUS avoid prosecuting anyone significant who was involved in the fraud leading to the Great Financial Crisis?   

 

That would be Eric Holder, who resumed working at the same Wall Street law firm he worked at before becoming AG.   

6 hours ago, El Jeffo said:

Conspiracy, obstruction of justice, and perjury. Sound familiar?

 

I don't think they would charge Obama.  

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Yes, @balticus, what about Barr's known lack of character and propensity to lie for Republican politicians? What do you think about it? If you know someone lies all the time based on his friendships and affiliations, would you trust his word?

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"House Democrats get a legal victory in impeachment inquiry"

 

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WASHINGTON (AP) — A judge has ordered the Justice Department to give the House secret grand jury testimony from special counsel Robert Mueller’s Russia investigation, handing a victory to Democrats as they gather evidence for the impeachment inquiry against President Donald Trump.

 

In a Friday ruling that also affirmed the legality of the impeachment inquiry itself, U.S. District Judge Beryl Howell ordered the department to turn over the materials by Oct. 30. 

 

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More Trump inspiration -

 

 

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President Donald Trump's supporters will "hunt down" Democrats and bring "violence to America" once the president leaves office, according to right-wing Christian pastor and conspiracy theorist Rick Wiles.

On his apocalyptic TruNews programme, captured by Right Wing Watch, Mr Wiles said the president's impeachment or "however he leaves" office will inspire "veterans, cowboys, mountain men" and "guys that know how to fight" to bring "violence to America" by hunting down Mr Trump's political enemies.

Co-host Edward Szall said "once the blood starts flowing, it's near impossible to stop".

Mr Wiles' threat follows an impeachment probe into the president's possible abuses of power in his dealings with Ukraine, as well as multiple witness testimonies that have contradicted Mr Trump's denial of wrongdoing.

The impeachment investigation has ignited a firestorm of protest among Republicans, who stormed into a committee hearing on Wednesday to demand that the impeachment process be "public".

Forty-seven Republicans currently serve in those investigative committees alongside Democrats.

Meanwhile, moments before a World Series game was set to begin, a longtime Major League Baseball umpire threatened to buy an AR-15 and join a civil war if Mr Trump is impeached. Rob Drake wrote his threat on Twitter, then deleted it.

"I will be buying an AR-15 tomorrow, because if you impeach MY PRESIDENT this way, YOU WILL HAVE ANOTHER CIVAL (sic) WAR!!! #MAGA2020," he wrote. "You can't do an impeachment inquiry from the basement of Capital(sic) Hill without even a vote! What is going on in this country?"

On TruNews, Mr Wiles added that "if they get away this, there's no country left. It's done. It's finished."

The comments follow Mr Wiles' legacy of far-right conspiracy, anti-semitism and discrimination against LGBT people, from calling former President Barack Obama a "demon from hell" to calling Jews the "antichrist" and suggesting that 2017's devastating floods in Houston, Texas were God's punishment for the city's LGBT population.

In 2018, Mr Wiles predicted that a "leftist mob" led by CNN’s Anderson Cooper and MSNBC’s Rachel Maddow would decapitate Mr Trump and his family on the White House lawn.

Following Mr Trump's departure, the country will be "plunged into darkness" which Democrats brought "upon themselves because they won't back off," Mr Wiles said.

He added: "They won't let the people express their views. They voted for Donald Trump, they wanted Donald Trump, but they said, 'No, you're stupid, you're racist, you're bigots, we're not going to allow your vote to count.' And they've waged war against those people now for three years."

 

 

He really brings out the loonies.

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