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    Today, 05:36 PM
    The Alphabets have several contingency plans to ensure that the election goes as intended.
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    Today, 03:44 PM
    I think the at worst scenario could be worse.
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    Today, 03:12 PM
    It is Trumps fault. Had he just not persisted on running, none of this would have happened.
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    Today, 02:57 PM
    Are you thinking maybe he is a crisis actor?
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    Today, 02:34 PM
    Could be a small town volunteer FD.
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    Today, 01:47 PM
    Skip to 11:05 and hear a prophesy of bullet wizzing by Trumps ear.
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    Today, 11:21 AM
    Truer words never been Rapped.
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    Today, 08:08 AM
    With all the talk about Secret Service it reminds me of pipe bombs, Pelosi, and children.
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    Today, 07:26 AM
    He should just contact Kyle Rittenhouse and have him arrange security for his rallies.
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    Today, 07:04 AM
    LOL. Wrong! Immunity means immunity. You are making up crap as you go along. Andrew Jackson was not prosecuted for not enforcing treaties with the Native Americans. Prosecutors cannot be prosecuted for not prosecuting because they have immunity but they can be removed from office. Judges can be removed from office for not following their duty, but they cannot be prosecuted for it because they have immunity. Your ridiculous "malfeasance" standard which is NO WHERE IN THE CONSTITUTION let's you set up an imaginary and arbitrary standard where you in your own mind get to pick and choose what is impeachable and what is not. The constitution didn't give YOU that power. It gave it to the Senate. The Senate could vote to remove Biden for his action or inaction on the border but we both know they won't. The GOP doesn't have a 2/3rds majority and I doubt even all of the House republicans would vote on it. But if Biden were to come out and take credit for the recent assassination attempt on Trump that would be enough to push even Democrats to vote for impeachment because there would be hell to pay if they didn't. My "problem" is that I'm actually faithful to the constitution and you are not.
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    Today, 06:56 AM
    I just thought about something. Isn't it odd that Trump was shot at by a 20 year old registered republican a week and a day after publicly disavowing project 2025? Remember Judge Napalitano talking about why Trump didn't release the information he had about the JFK assassiantion? Could someone have been sending Trump a message "Do our agenda or else?" The shot was fired from 130 yards away using a high powered rifle and a scope. The best snipes in the world can hit a target from 400 yards away. The police were told by people in the crowd that there was someone climbing up on the roof with a rifle and yet the police took no action. Something about this all stinks.
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    Today, 12:07 AM
    So....random Trump supporters see guy crawl up onto roof with rifle, tell the police, and the police do nothing? Okay. I'm not a cop. I'm not in the secret service. I'm not even a gun nut. But isn't "sniper on a roof" cliche in movies and TV shows at this point?
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    Yesterday, 11:17 PM
    "May you live in interesting times" "May you live in interesting times" is an English expression that is claimed to be a translation of a traditional Chinese curse. The expression is ironic: "interesting" times are usually times of trouble.
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    Yesterday, 10:30 PM
    Interesting montage. Scary that a liberal comedian said out loud what seems obvious to me about Scalia and the pillow. The year for Pelosi's "uprising" comment was 2018. (The photo said "captured Jan 12, 2021"). Snoop Dogg, Jan 2024, said he has "Nothing but love and respect for Donald Trump." Who's that on the building at 0:48? (Edit: Never mind. That's the shooter on a building. Seems kinda sloppy Secret Service.)
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    Yesterday, 10:18 PM
    How much you want to bet that some left wing preachers will start quoting Revelation 13:3?
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    Yesterday, 10:15 PM
    :rolleyes: You full of enough feces to run green the Sahara desert. But thank you proving you have absolutely no principles at all and no understanding of the law whatsoever. Going by your stupid argument, securing the border is a "core constitutional" duty which means he CANNOT be criminally prosecuted for it! But your ready to impeach him. I bet you'd probably also try to criminally prosecute him for what he could not be criminally prosecuted for. Exactly! Swordsmyth's ignorance is so great that the best he can say about someone else is to call that person ignorant.
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    Yesterday, 05:23 PM
    That may be but how could you miss people with that many there?
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    Yesterday, 05:21 PM
    That is what I heard.
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    Yesterday, 05:17 PM
    Ha,ha, just wait for the theories from the left.
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    Yesterday, 05:08 PM
    Was Travis Bickle around?
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    Yesterday, 05:02 PM
    8 shots fired into a huge crowded area and only one ear knicked?
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    Yesterday, 05:21 AM
    So some of you may know that I have an F450 with a 6.0. I have a 42 foot fifth wheel that I want to tow. The truck just got heads worked on and many new parts. I have driven gasoline engines most of my life and do not want to harm this truck from poor driving principles. I have an app called Forscan that is capable of monitoring the truck. Constructive advice from people with experience would be appreciated.
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    Yesterday, 04:36 AM
    Are you qualified to run X?
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    07-12-2024, 10:57 AM
    You are of course correct.
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    07-12-2024, 09:49 AM
    Bollocks! Examples of limitations are that there has to be a indictment in the house, a 2/3rds majority in the senate, and if the President is impeached the Chief Justice presides. But what is a "high crimes and misdemeanors'" is not subject to judicial review! That's the dumbest argument ever! Do you know how many misdemeanors are defined by federal law? You admit the president can be impeached for bribery or treason even for core constitutional duties right? Then that means he can also be impeached for any other high crime or misdemeanor"! Your argument depends upon pretending that bribery and treason are different from other defined crimes when it comes to impeachment and that's simply not true! But answer this. There are Republicans who have introduced articles of impeachment against Biden for failing to secure the border. Do you think they are wrong? Do you think if they somehow managed to get a 2/3rd vote in the Senate on that it would be subject to judicial review?
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    07-12-2024, 07:23 AM
    All of y'all are wrong. He'll probably pick Ivana.
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    07-12-2024, 07:17 AM
    It's not "cherry picking." It's a direct quote. Nowhere did SCOTUS limit the language about the lack of judicial review on impeachment the way you are falsely claiming they are through your cherry picking! You straight up LIED when you said "No, SCOTUS said it had no authority to question the process used in the Senate for the impeachment trial, that's all it said." I prove you lied by pointed out that they said there was no judicial review of impeachment period.
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    07-12-2024, 05:33 AM
    You're just lying. https://supreme.justia.com/cases/federal/us/506/224/#opinions A review of the Constitutional Convention's history and the contemporary commentary supports a reading of the constitutional language as deliberately placing the impeachment power in the Legislature, with no judicial involvement, even for the limited purpose of judicial review.
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