• jmdrake's Avatar
    Today, 07:00 AM
    Please provide documentation of public statements by RINOs supporting Russiagate sufficient for a 2/3rds vote in the Senate or STFU.
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  • jmdrake's Avatar
    Today, 06:59 AM
    Yep. You drank the Kool-Aid. Here's Fauci, and Trump's insistence, telling the world that Trump did everything Fauci wanted him to do when Fauci wanted him to do it. Yes I know Trump later tried to distance himself from Fauci, but anyone with a brain can see through that.
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    Today, 06:51 AM
    What part of the "Stormy thing" was always a lie? That they had sex? Trump bragged about him sleeping with married women so adultery from him isn't surprising. They he knew about the payout? He said he knew, then said he didn't. So which version of Trump is lying? But all of that's besides the point and you're intelligent enough to know it, you're just pretending that you're not. THE DEMOCRATS WERE NEVER GOING TO GET ENOUGH REPUBLICANS TO SIGN OFF ON THE RUSSIA HOAX FOR IMPEACHMENT! You know that. I know that. Everybody knows that. But the Stormy Daniels story actually hurt Trump temporarily with Republicans until he went from admitting he paid her off to denying it.
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    Today, 06:05 AM
    Yeah....you just said it yourself. It was garbage. Not a single Republican senator was signing off of that. But the sexual blackmail? When Giuliani basically said "Sure Trump paid off Stormy Daniels, but what of it?" for the first time Trump started getting real push back from Republicans. That's why Trump threw Giuliani under the bus and claimed Giuliani was lying. Early on Trump admitted to making the hush money payments. https://www.npr.org/2018/05/02/607943366/giuliani-says-trump-did-know-about-stormy-daniels-payment Then he threw Giuliani under the bus by denying it. https://www.washingtonpost.com/blogs/right-turn/wp/2018/05/04/trump-throws-giuliani-under-the-bus/
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    Today, 05:47 AM
    The Stormy Daniels blackmail didn't come out until 2018. Do you REALLY think that Stormy Daniels and her lawyer were the only ones who who knew about that? She shopped the story back in 2011. If the powers that be REALLY wanted to stop Trump why didn't they bring that story out in 2016? The Clintons asked Trump to run. Trump did everything Fauci asked him to do. The gain of function research pause ended when Trump became president. And even by your own admission, Trump filled his own cabinet with swamp critters before any impeachment was leveled against him. A vague threat of "We're going to get enough Republicans to vote against you for impeachment over absolutely nothing" wouldn't have been enough to control Trump like that. But they had sexual blackmail. That's the focus of the hush money trial. The question is what other sexual blackmail did they have? Jeffrey Epstein knew and he's dead.
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    Yesterday, 02:39 PM
    I would choose freedom over democracy.
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    Yesterday, 01:41 PM
    Just saw this on Jimmy Dore. https://www.nbcnews.com/politics/supreme-court/supreme-court-weighs-jan-6-rioters-obstruction-challenge-affect-trumps-rcna147841 https://www.stanfordlawreview.org/online/interpreting-obstruction-the-capitol-riot-donald-trump/ In the legal fallout from the riot, hundreds of prosecutions, each featuring a range of offenses, pummeled the U.S. District Court for the District of Columbia (“D.D.C.”) docket. One commonly charged crime, perhaps the most obvious, was obstruction of an official proceeding under 18 U.S.C. § 1512(c)(2).7Open this footnote 7 About one-third of Capitol Riot defendants were charged with obstruction of an official proceeding. Jason Willick, This Jan. 6 Case Could Make U.S. Politics Even Worse, Wash. Post (Apr. 13, 2023, 6:03 PM EDT), https://perma.cc/2BJM-8CNP. Whereas some charges seemed too minor (surely the rioters did more than trespass) and others required proof of elements that many defendants may not have satisfied (such as assault and seditious conspiracy), obstruction hit the sweet spot.
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    Yesterday, 12:16 PM
    It's easy to get off of jury duty if you want to. I tried to stay on jury duty once but when the prosecutor found out I had just finished law school I knew I was gone. I made that SOB use a strike though!
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    Yesterday, 11:47 AM
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    Yesterday, 11:46 AM
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    Yesterday, 11:44 AM
    LOL. I'm going to use that one today!
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    Yesterday, 10:34 AM
    Interesting yarn. Yeah I was looking for the drone footage too but I'm not going to dump on CCTelander. :) But you know what's scarier? Real life! No way in hell I'd go into some unexplored cave after seeing these videos:
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    Yesterday, 10:26 AM
    Without the details of both cases it's impossible to tell. But it's beyond silly (and both sides do this) to pick random events in different states with different laws and typically different circumstances and try to make and issue based solely on the races of the people involved. Recently a black assistant principal was charged with child neglect for not doing enough to prevent a 6 year old boy from shooting a white teacher. His mom has already been convicted. https://www.npr.org/2024/04/11/1244174062/assistant-principal-is-indicted-in-connection-with-shooting-done-by-6-year-old
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    Yesterday, 10:22 AM
    I don't agree with that outcome. But I do think it's a shame that it took 3 years for the DA to drop charges against Deshawn Douglas, a young black man, who shot an killed his white neighbor who was filmed getting up on Deshawn's porch to provoke him and then later tried to strangle the young back with a poorly done triangle choke. https://www.wlbt.com/2023/02/24/da-drops-manslaughter-charge-against-rankin-county-man-who-killed-his-neighbor-2020/ I can't find the video of the triangle choke itself but I've seen it.
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    Yesterday, 09:40 AM
    She may not have been aware? How about she absolutely was not aware! I used to Uber drive and it's not uncommon for one person to order a pickup for another. And the Uber records will prove that at trial. I get it. He was being scammed. He still killed an innocent, unarmed, disabled woman who was trying to just get away from him because she had no idea what was going on. Had he said "Just wait right here and I'll get it" and went inside and called 911, she's still be alive, he wouldn't be facing a manslaughter charge, and the police might have been able to catch the perp behind the scam.
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    Yesterday, 08:53 AM
    Horrible. But at least she's a grown ass woman. Where's this boy's mama? Oh yeah. Collecting his stripper checks.
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    Yesterday, 08:44 AM
    Oh look! This innocent black Uber driver took some bullets from this defenseless old white man who wrongly thought she was part of a scam to rob him.
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    Yesterday, 08:43 AM
    He didn't keep a chokehold on him after he passed out. In fact the drunk person didn't pass out a all. It kind of makes a helluva difference whether the person you're restraining dies or not. I've yet to see a complete Daniel Penny video (which is why I still haven't given my opinion on it) but I know for a fact that I would have convicted Derek Chauvin for killing George Floyd for the simple reason that Chauvin had his knee on Floyd's neck for 2 minutes after Floyd no longer had a pulse. If Penny did something similar, then why should he not be charged and/or convicted? Penny's lawyer tried to point to another case where someone on a subway took defended himself from a gun wielding assailant and killed the assailant in the process as a reason his client should walk. https://nypost.com/2024/03/15/us-news/daniel-pennys-lawyer-applauds-das-decision-not-to-charge-brooklyn-subway-shooter/ I can see the difference between those two instances. Can you?
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    Yesterday, 07:39 AM
    Bullshyt. William Barr was nominated before Donald Trump made the phone call that led to the first impeachment. http://www.ronpaulforums.com/showthread.php?566467-Debunking-the-claim-that-Trump-had-to-appoint-William-Barr-to-avoid-impeachment
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    Yesterday, 07:37 AM
    Swordsmyth keeps repeating the false claim that Trump had to appoint swamp critters like William Barr, who had ties to Jeffrey Epstein, to be Attorney General, Mike Pompeo to be Secretary Of State, and John Bolton to be National Security Advisor as a "compromise" with Mitch McConnell to avoid impeachment. Here's the problem. William Barr was nominated to be attorney general BEFORE Trump made the phone call that led to his first impeachment! Timeline: December 7, 2018, William Barr nominated by Donald Trump to be attorney general. April 2018, John Bolton nominated to be National Security Advisor. April 2018, Mike Pompeo nominated to be Secretary Of State. July 2019, Donald Trump made the phone call to Zelinski that led to his first impeachment.
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    Yesterday, 04:51 AM
    LOL. So RFK supports MItch McConnell? Unless you've got donation receipts to back that up STFU. Nobody put a gun to Trump's head and forced him to fill the swamp in order to drain it. He did NOT have to appoint William Barr to be AG and Mike Pompeo to be SOS. He could have nominated Pat Buchanan for SOS. If Mitch shot Pat down that would have damaged him more than Trump. Jay Seculo for attorney general. Again, Mitch would have damaged himself more trying to take him on. You're not even TRYING to make sense.
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    Yesterday, 03:30 AM
    More energy with less fuel is a good thing. Wasting resources and or added pollution is not good. One thing I don't need a scientist for is to see the evolution of the Electric Vehicle. Back in 1980's a personnel video recorder was huge and had a huge heavy battery, the Mobile phone was the same way. Now a tiny phone has a huge computer, better video capabilities than that fancy camera, can handle phone calls and allow texting and sending pictures. What about a premium Television in 1990? It was a huge heavy box that took up 1/3 of a room. Now they weigh little and are bigger with better quality picture. Let us not forget GPS devices that cost hundreds if not thousands of dollars, and digital camera's that were hundred if not thousands of dollars. 1980 Comuta-Car Electric Runabout
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