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It's 7:00am, maybe, it could be 8:00am. It's hard to tell. The electricity has been off for, well, a very long time. The sun is starting to rise over the horizon with the red mist slowly lifting to li

Jack, I think you actually believe this. That's kind of scary, because it shows just how effective propaganda can be.  The dossier has not been disproven, administration and campaign officials ha

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2 hours ago, Dog said:

I don't know what you're talking about...I don't belong to either the Democratic or Republican parties.

has lying become a virtue for you too, scumbag? idiocy, indeed.

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6 minutes ago, RKoch said:
On same day Trump's campaign chairman was convicted of crimes and his former lawyer pleaded guilty of crimes while implicating the president in them, Trump supporters break out in "lock her up!" chants.

The level of denial and delusion is very unsettling. 

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15 minutes ago, RKoch said:
On same day Trump's campaign chairman was convicted of crimes and his former lawyer pleaded guilty of crimes while implicating the president in them, Trump supporters break out in "lock her up!" chants.

Yes, the Two Minutes Hate. Some of our red tailed elk must have been screaming at the telescreen in unison.

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3 minutes ago, Olsonist said:

Yes, the Two Minutes Hate. Some of our red tailed elk must have been screaming along in unison.

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They were also chanting "Build the Wall" and "Drain the swamp". Dumb fucks.

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12 hours ago, phillysailor said:

Not sure why this “perjury trap” is such a big deal, all of a sudden. Everyone who has ever testified or spoken to LEOs or the FBI has to face such “perils.”

I think it has to do with Trump’s privileges being a veritable suit of armor, protecting him from society at every turn. He’s unused to feeling like a black man ata traffic stop or a Guatemalan kid in an immigration hearing where the prosecutor is “against him,”

Poor widdle snowflakes can’t beat to see their Gropenführer exposed to the same treatment as mere minorities! 

Face it, though. Even after the president sheds his white privilege, goes into a room where his gender and height advantages are meaningless and his position of power is in jeopardy, he’s still gonna be the president surrounded by a platoon of lawyers. He’s never gonna feel or be treated like an average citizen. Rudy and Co are just fighting over how much privilege he gets to retain in the process. 

 

6 hours ago, A guy in the Chesapeake said:

Are there not sufficient examples in Trump's behavior for you to point out that you feel the need to spew the bullshit assertions that anyone who thinks differently than you do ( and you all DO slam everyone right of left, not just the rabid Trump supporters) thinks differently due to racist intent?   

Chessy, I was responding to Dog asserting that liberals usually are all up in arms about “innocent before proven guilty” & “ have the right to remain silent” but weren’t crying this in defense of Trump now that it’s his turn in the hot seat. 

If you, for an instant, believe that Trump doesn’t have all sorts of privilege to rely upon when setting up meetings with prosecutors when compared with the average witness/person of interest in America, I really don’t have anything to say to you. I can only stand, mouth agape.

Now, maybe you would choose a different list of privileges to describe Trump’s advantages in legal proceedings, but I chose to illustrate Trumps advantages as compared with the realities faced by minorities in our courts of law. 

But, why did you feel so very threatened by this comparison? Why did you feel I targeted you? The concept that a prosecutor is out to get their man is nothing new; I was merely pointing this out in comparison to a group that ALWAYS feels LEOs and prosecutors are out to get them. 

Why should Trump expect, or deserve anything different? We have an adversarial legal system! Why do Trump supporters feel Mueller’s investigation should be led by a more charitable prosecutor? I really don’t understand, nor do I savvy how stating my understanding of our legal system is an attack on righties in general.

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WaPo: " Most important, the plea states that Cohen, in committing the campaign-finance violations, acted at the behest of the “candidate.” There is only one candidate. The president of the United States has now been implicated in commission of federal crime(s) by his longtime lawyer."

They found the WITCH. An ugly old hag indeed.

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there's gotta be a way to squirm out of that one too, the dirty fks seem to squirm out of most other allegations.  

bring on the street justice.

 

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7 hours ago, A guy in the Chesapeake said:

That is a pretty fair assessment of my own opinion on the matter.  Trump has never had to "stand on his words or deeds", seeing every interaction as a negotiation, and any statement/action taken to advance his position in that negotation as being OK.   

IMHO Trump could easily pass a lie detector test even if you made him say he was born on Mars and had 3 heads. I don't think he EVER understood "truth" and "lie" like a normal person does.

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2 hours ago, RKoch said:

Congressman Duncan Hunter (bigly Trumpkin) and his wife also indicted today for campaign finance violations. 

https://www.cnn.com/2018/08/21/politics/duncan-hunter-campaign-charges/index.html 
 
(CNN)Rep. Duncan Hunter and his wife, Margaret, were indicted Tuesday on charges related to the misuse of $250,000 worth of campaign funds for personal expenses and the filing of false campaign finance records. 

The charges of wire fraud, falsifying records, campaign finance violations and conspiracy were the culmination of a Department of Justice investigation that has stretched for more than a year, during which the Republican congressman from California has maintained his innocence. 

The Justice Department said the Hunters are scheduled to be arraigned Thursday morning in federal court in San Diego

I think that these two are not getting the attention they deserve on such a busy legal affairs day. So unfair, bigly. Pretty soon it will be easier to list the honest Republicans than the crooks.

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20 minutes ago, daddle said:

WaPo: " Most important, the plea states that Cohen, in committing the campaign-finance violations, acted at the behest of the “candidate.” There is only one candidate. The president of the United States has now been implicated in commission of federal crime(s) by his longtime lawyer."

They found the WITCH. An ugly old hag indeed.

@Nailing Malarkey Too

Got your cruise lined up, Jack?

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5 minutes ago, Bristol-Cruiser said:

I think that these two are not getting the attention they deserve on such a busy legal affairs day. So unfair, bigly. Pretty soon it will be easier to list the honest Republicans than the crooks.

I read that the Cali Sec of State said that Hunter's name cannot be removed from the ballot, and write-in votes not permitted. 

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2 hours ago, Dog said:

I don't know what you're talking about...I don't belong to either the Democratic or Republican parties.

has lying become a virtue for you too, scumbag? idiocy, indeed.

Dog may not be lying about not being a registered member of the Republican Party.

-DSK

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Its all Hillary's fault...........fake news !!!!

Its time the redhats stepped back and did some critical thinking.( I know....its a stretch when you only watch shitspinners like FOX News,  they prefer to do their thinking....for you)

Let us give you a prompt:

Cohen was working for who?

He was instructed by who?

The Instruction was to do something illegal?

If Cohen had not done so would Trumpsky (AKA The Candidate)  have had some explainin to do about a porn-star and a Playmate.?.... just before an election?... awkward.... who would that possibly benefit?

It certainly WAS not Hillary. Poor old Vlad and his handlers must have been crapping themselves laughing at the depths of stupidity.

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6 minutes ago, Steam Flyer said:

Dog may not be lying about not being a registered member of the Republican Party.

-DSK

True, he's a member of the Trump Party...you know, the tiki torch guys.

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4 minutes ago, Spatial Ed said:
6 minutes ago, Steam Flyer said:

Dog may not be lying about not being a registered member of the Republican Party.

-DSK

@Dogis an immigrant? We let immigrants vote?

IIRC he's said he got his citizenship.

I'm beginning to wonder if Dog has been replaced by a Russkie spew-bot. I hope the man is OK

 

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True, he's a member of the Trump Party...you know, the tiki torch guys.

A lot of people seem to -want- to be peasants, required to bow & scrape humbly to their overlords. As an American, I don't get it. And besides, there are plenty such countries already in the world. Why not move there, instead of trying to make the USA into a land of lords and peasants?

-DSK

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7 minutes ago, Navig8tor said:

Its all Hillary's fault...........fake news !!!!

Its time the redhats stepped back and did some critical thinking.( I know....its a stretch when you only watch shitspinners like FOX News,  they prefer to do their thinking....for you)

Let us give you a prompt:

Cohen was working for who?

He was instructed by who?

The Instruction was to do something illegal?

If Cohen had not done so would Trumpsky (AKA The Candidate)  have had some explainin to do about a porn-star and a Playmate.?.... just before an election?... awkward.... who would that possibly benefit?

It certainly WAS not Hillary. Poor old Vlad and his handlers must have been crapping themselves laughing at the depths of stupidity.

I think when Vlad signed up Cheetolini, he may not have realized he was also getting Cohen,  Ghouliani, and the rest of The Gang That Couldn't Shoot Straight. He probably feels like the Browns did 6 months after drafting Manziel.

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2 hours ago, RKoch said:

Congressman Duncan Hunter (bigly Trumpkin) and his wife also indicted today for campaign finance violations. 

https://www.cnn.com/2018/08/21/politics/duncan-hunter-campaign-charges/index.html 
 
(CNN)Rep. Duncan Hunter and his wife, Margaret, were indicted Tuesday on charges related to the misuse of $250,000 worth of campaign funds for personal expenses and the filing of false campaign finance records. 

The charges of wire fraud, falsifying records, campaign finance violations and conspiracy were the culmination of a Department of Justice investigation that has stretched for more than a year, during which the Republican congressman from California has maintained his innocence. 

The Justice Department said the Hunters are scheduled to be arraigned Thursday morning in federal court in San Diego

They got that knucklehead too? On the same day Cohen and Manafart go down?? 

 

 Well, I guess we're all going to find out what Rachael Maddow's orgasm face looks like... 

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15 minutes ago, Steam Flyer said:

Dog may not be lying about not being a registered member of the Republican Party.

-DSK

fair enough.

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6 minutes ago, lonesailor said:

More like when the pats  won the super bowl, since he won.

 

You mean, like getting North Korea to give up their nukes?

Or do you mean like, renegotiating better trade deals for US business, like farms & Harley?

Or do you mean like draining the swamp? Maybe the Muslim ban that's not a Muslim ban?

That kind of "winning"?

-DSK

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11 minutes ago, lonesailor said:

More like when the pats  won the super bowl, since he won.

 

He never was on another NFL team than the Browns, no one would touch him.

Manziel was drafted by the Browns as the 22nd overall pick of the 2014 NFL Draft. Despite some success, he struggled with consistency and his tenure was overshadowed by off-field controversies.[8][9][10][11] He was released by the Browns after the end of the 2015 season. Following further controversies during the 2016 offseason,[12][13][14] Manziel was unable to be signed by another team before the start of the season and spent two years away from football before returning with the Tiger-Cats in 2018. He was later traded to the Alouettes during the season.

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1 minute ago, RKoch said:

And who is guilty? Trump is!  Also his personal lawyer and campaign manager. 

Wrong again snowflake. No guilty charges against him.

3 minutes ago, Ishmael said:

Wrong again. That's close to 100%.

And still wrong, NC is a state in the USA who Trump is President of!

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1 minute ago, lonesailor said:

Wrong again snowflake. No guilty charges against him.

And still wrong, NC is a state in the USA who Trump is President of!

You asked who my president was, not somebody in North Clueless.

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Just now, Shortforbob said:

I fail to see the point.

Presidents come and presidents go...They are all good people?

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That execution was a travesty. Made a mockery of the process, the executioners and “justice” under the new regime. Only one who acted like a man that day was Saddam. 

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Just now, phillysailor said:

That execution was a travesty. Made a mockery of the process, the executioners and “justice” under the new regime. Only one who acted like a man that day was Saddam. 

True, but shit happens when the mob get angry.

 

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1 minute ago, Shortforbob said:

Hitler was not a President.

LoneIncel may have been referring to Hair Twitler. He's not Saddam, as Saddam was in power much longer. And the US stopped hanging criminals...Hair Twitler has a comfy cell awaiting him.

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The legal clowns are floating a new defense.

This is a new “defense”
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@FoxNews
.@AlanDersh: "Every candidate violates the election laws when they run for president...here they're trying to elevate this into an impeachable offense or a felony against the president." #Tucker
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Just now, lonesailor said:

Waaah Russians... Womp womp.

Speaking of Russians - Lanny Davis just suggested that Trump had advance knowledge of the email hack. Good times!

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1 minute ago, Sean said:

Speaking of Russians - Lanny Davis just suggested that Trump had advance knowledge of the email hack. Good times!

And said Cohen will testify to Mueller that fact. 

The real question regarding Trump is: Which comes first, an indictment or stroke? I don't know that he'll hang on long enough for an impeachment to play out.

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11 minutes ago, Spatial Ed said:

I see the Russians have sent in the third stringers.

That's Simple Jack.  "your president"  avatar of another poster's face, a poster who torments simple jack at every turn.  Moronic disposition.  True Believer.  

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14 minutes ago, RKoch said:

LoneIncel may have been referring to Hair Twitler. He's not Saddam, as Saddam was in power much longer. And the US stopped hanging criminals...Hair Twitler has a comfy cell awaiting him.

as long as his mob don't get to him first, when the light dawns on them that he's not the messiah. just a con man that took them for their money and laughed..It'll all be in Cohens tapes

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3 minutes ago, Sol Rosenberg said:

That's Simple Jack.  "your president"  avatar of another poster's face, a poster who torments simple jack at every turn.  Moronic disposition.  True Believer.  

I suspect the dock at the cruise ship port to be quite bustling.

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15 minutes ago, RKoch said:

The legal clowns are floating a new defense.

This is a new “defense”
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Fox News
 
@FoxNews
.@AlanDersh: "Every candidate violates the election laws when they run for president...here they're trying to elevate this into an impeachable offense or a felony against the president." #Tucker

is this where someone chimes in with something about prefering hero's that don't get caught?

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I was a HS senior when Watergate was going down...this is several amplitudes bigger. The deplorable redhats really thought Cheetolini was going to Drain The Swamp, Build The Wall, and Lock Her Up. What we're seeing is the flaming implosion of the GOP.

 

 

 

Conservative Columnist Bret Stephens: Trump Should Resign or Be Impeached and Removed From Office

https://www.mediaite.com/online/conservative-columnist-trump-should-resign-or-be-impeached-and-removed-from-office/ 

 
Conservative New York Times columnist Bret Stephens said President Donald Trump should resign or be impeached and removed from office in light of his former lawyer’s guilty plea. 

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Stephens, a right-wing columnist for the Times and frequent critic of Trump, wrote on Twitter that while he’s been skeptical of impeachment, the plea “changes that.” 

“I’ve been skeptical about the wisdom and merit of impeachment,” Stephens wrote. “Cohen’s guilty plea changes that. The president is clearly guilty of high crimes and misdemeanors.” 

“He should resign his office or be impeached and removed from office,” he added. 

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9 minutes ago, Spatial Ed said:

I suspect the dock at the cruise ship port to be quite bustling.

The Tiki Torch Incels are going to have a difficult time booking a cruise ship that goes to 1860.

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13 minutes ago, RKoch said:

And said Cohen will testify to Mueller that fact. 

The real question regarding Trump is: Which comes first, an indictment or stroke? I don't know that he'll hang on long enough for an impeachment to play out.

The second worst president in US history, Warren Harding, fled his swamp of corruption, traveled around the country to avoid what had become septic, and politely died of pneumonia before the walls completely caved in. "Silent Cal" (Pence?) took over the swamp, chopped taxes, and ushered in the Crash and Great Depression. And people still vote Republican...

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27 minutes ago, Navig8tor said:

Oh the shit spinners will be coming out of the wood work now.......popcorn?

Just watched FOX Neuz. They are telling the faithful that this proves this is a witch hunt, it's a great victory for the President, and Lanny Davis, Cohen's lawyer, works for Hillary.

 

 Why they haven't locked her up yet is a deep mystery to most FOX viewers, I'm sure.

 

  

 

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3 minutes ago, Mark K said:

Just watched FOX Neuz. They are telling the faithful that this proves this is a witch hunt, it's a great victory for the President, and Lanny Davis, Cohen's lawyer, works for Hillary.

 

 Why they haven't locked her up yet is a deep mystery to most FOX viewers, I'm sure.

 

  

 

 

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Well with any luck, he'll shortly be able to hold court in exile.

Meanwhile ...down in Australia our Illustrious Gov is not so quietly sharpening it's knives to unseat out PM..Might not be quiet, but sure to be short if a tad messy...way to go.

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19 minutes ago, Navig8tor said:

"A picture tells a thousand words"

or Body language 101

 

Donald Trump crosses his arms at the Resolute Desk.

That is the worst impression of Ed Sullivan I have ever seen.

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Oh it gets worse for Donnie.

Omarosa shows off vid showing Cohens involvement in Campaign ......something Trump has been trying to say was not the case and insert distance between them..

YCMTSU

Whats that tapping sound........nails going into a coffin?

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1 minute ago, Navig8tor said:

Yes she will be lonely shortly with all of the men in her life on the inside.

Don't forget the NY AG investigation into the Trump Foundation. She and the other brats are on the BoD. 

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4 minutes ago, Spatial Ed said:

Jared yes, but she has a special teddy she wears to get what she wants from daddy.

Correct. Trump will throw Jr and Jared under the bus, but he's got a special hard spot for Ivanka.

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4 minutes ago, RKoch said:

Correct. Trump will throw Jr and Jared under the bus, but he's got a special hard spot for Ivanka.

She'll throw daddy under the bus as soon as Mueller wants another little chat.

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Corruption AND Bribery?

Trump’s company approved $420,000 in payments to Cohen, relying on ‘sham’ invoices, prosecutors say 

 

The payments began flowing in February 2017, soon after Trump took office, when Cohen approached Trump Organization executives seeking to be reimbursed for “election-related” expenses, prosecutors said.

That included a $130,000 payment Cohen had made to adult-film star Stormy Daniels so she would remain silent about an alleged affair with Trump, according to the court documents.

Trump executives decided Cohen should be paid more than he sought — an additional $360,000 for expenses and other fees and taxes, plus a $60,000 bonus, prosecutors said.

https://www.washingtonpost.com/politics/trumps-company-approved-420000-in-payments-to-cohen-relying-on-sham-invoices-prosecutors-say/2018/08/21/b6b327fc-a596-11e8-97ce-cc9042272f07_story.html?noredirect=on&utm_term=.8f7bf56245a0

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I want to see all this shit go so sideways that some of these 'gop' corporate whore cockroaches start jumping off buildings or blowing their hair pieces off.

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