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Message 2049107 - Posted: 14 May 2020, 4:01:06 UTC
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Looks like the Judge thinks Flynn is guilty of perjury. I think Flynn's goose is cooked well done.

And there is nothing wrong with unmasking a felon.
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Message 2049133 - Posted: 14 May 2020, 13:09:48 UTC



"Sour Grapes make a bitter Whine." <(0)>
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Message 2049138 - Posted: 14 May 2020, 13:31:24 UTC

"Three Republican senators on Wednesday made public a declassified list of U.S. officials, including former vice president Joe Biden, who made requests that would ultimately “unmask” Trump adviser Michael Flynn in intelligence documents in late 2016 and early 2017 — a common government practice but one that some conservatives have seized on to imply wrongdoing."

-- a common government practice but one that some conservatives have seized on to imply wrongdoing.

That's it? Out of eight years of Obama's time in office, that is the best that Trump's minions could come up with? One thing Trump can do better than Obama is to be a dirty little boy that holds a grudge.
Helping where I can. Hindering everywhere else.
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Message 2049140 - Posted: 14 May 2020, 13:56:23 UTC - in response to Message 2049138.  

"Three Republican senators on Wednesday made public a declassified list of U.S. officials, including former vice president Joe Biden, who made requests that would ultimately “unmask” Trump adviser Michael Flynn in intelligence documents in late 2016 and early 2017 — a common government practice but one that some conservatives have seized on to imply wrongdoing."

-- a common government practice but one that some conservatives have seized on to imply wrongdoing.

That's it? Out of eight years of Obama's time in office, that is the best that Trump's minions could come up with? One thing Trump can do better than Obama is to be a dirty little boy that holds a grudge.

It's not a 'grudge' when it involves treason and an attempted coup to unseat an elected President.

Not going to debate the obvious, just get your popcorn and beer, the good ship Obama is going DOWN.

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Message 2049142 - Posted: 14 May 2020, 14:16:53 UTC - in response to Message 2049140.  

"Three Republican senators on Wednesday made public a declassified list of U.S. officials, including former vice president Joe Biden, who made requests that would ultimately “unmask” Trump adviser Michael Flynn in intelligence documents in late 2016 and early 2017 — a common government practice but one that some conservatives have seized on to imply wrongdoing."

-- a common government practice but one that some conservatives have seized on to imply wrongdoing.

That's it? Out of eight years of Obama's time in office, that is the best that Trump's minions could come up with? One thing Trump can do better than Obama is to be a dirty little boy that holds a grudge.

It's not a 'grudge' when it involves treason and an attempted coup to unseat an elected President.

Not going to debate the obvious, just get your popcorn and beer, the good ship Obama is going DOWN.

Oh, so there is a coup to unseat Obama. YOU FORGOT YOUR TIMELINE.
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Message 2049163 - Posted: 14 May 2020, 17:41:29 UTC - in response to Message 2049140.  

Not going to debate the obvious, just get your popcorn and beer, the good ship Obama is going DOWN.
Don't you mean the "Orange Blimp" is going down?
Better get the Helium ready.
Or should that be Nitrous Oxide. :-)
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Message 2049169 - Posted: 14 May 2020, 18:14:49 UTC

I don't think one beer and bag of popcorn is gonna be enough.....
https://dbdailyupdate.com/index.php/2020/05/14/richard-burrs-betrayal-and-stupidity-comes-back-to-haunt-him/?fbclid=IwAR0Skzy4aqaIk7VMpdvM2t1Siu_n5TZ3x0fKuq88MviiPlEbYu8zC9Nvod8
Richard Burr’s Betrayal and Stupidity Comes Back to Haunt Him
"As Chairman of the Senate Intelligence Committee over the past three years, North Carolina RINO Senator Richard Burr coordinated efforts with the ranking minority member, Virginia Sen. Mark Warner, to run interference for the coup cabal’s efforts within the DOJ and FBI to take down the duly-elected President, Donald Trump. Today, he might be regretting his seditious actions.

Last night, Burr was repaid for his troubles by the FBI with a raid on his home in a search for evidence related to allegations that he traded a huge amount of stocks in February based on insider information about the extent of the Wuhan Virus problem in the U.S. Burr was also forced to turn over his telephone in the process of the FBI raid."

"Sour Grapes make a bitter Whine." <(0)>
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Message 2049185 - Posted: 14 May 2020, 19:58:27 UTC
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US President Donald Trump believes the country will be able to have a vaccine against the corona virus by the end of 2020. The Reuters news agency writes. Well. Wish upon a star.

Then he still wheeling and dealing with Russia.
Trump’s Confident He’s Wrapping Up the ‘Russia Hoax,’ and Russia’s Confident He’s in Their Pocket
https://www.thedailybeast.com/trumps-confident-hes-wrapping-up-the-russia-hoax-and-russias-confident-hes-in-their-pocket
The Russia hoax made it very hard for Russia and the United States to deal with each other,” said Trump. But he figures that’s going to change. And so does Vladimir Putin.
Karen Shakhnazarov, CEO of Mosfilm Studio and a favored pundit on Russian state television: “Trump is a weak leader—and that is great for Russia. It’s also good for China.”
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Message 2049187 - Posted: 14 May 2020, 20:12:36 UTC - in response to Message 2049169.  

I don't think one beer and bag of popcorn is gonna be enough.....
https://dbdailyupdate.com/index.php/2020/05/14/richard-burrs-betrayal-and-stupidity-comes-back-to-haunt-him/?fbclid=IwAR0Skzy4aqaIk7VMpdvM2t1Siu_n5TZ3x0fKuq88MviiPlEbYu8zC9Nvod8
Richard Burr’s Betrayal and Stupidity Comes Back to Haunt Him
"As Chairman of the Senate Intelligence Committee over the past three years, North Carolina RINO Senator Richard Burr coordinated efforts with the ranking minority member, Virginia Sen. Mark Warner, to run interference for the coup cabal’s efforts within the DOJ and FBI to take down the duly-elected President, Donald Trump. Today, he might be regretting his seditious actions.

Last night, Burr was repaid for his troubles by the FBI with a raid on his home in a search for evidence related to allegations that he traded a huge amount of stocks in February based on insider information about the extent of the Wuhan Virus problem in the U.S. Burr was also forced to turn over his telephone in the process of the FBI raid."
WOW forgot the timeline again.
Traded in January, when King Donald says he wasn't being told anything about a virus. Does this mean that Senators get information that is withheld from the King?
Or does this mean the entire GOP is in on the conspiracy to infect the USA with Covid-19?
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Message 2049193 - Posted: 14 May 2020, 20:47:54 UTC - in response to Message 2049190.  

One should look at everything, in this era, with a critical eye.
People are doing exactly that, unfortunately, you seem to be refuting much of it.
Well it is America. They don't like being told they're wrong now & again. To paraphrase Harold Macmillan: "Your lawyers never had it so good"
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Message 2049196 - Posted: 14 May 2020, 20:52:33 UTC

The fake orange 1 will be spewing B.S. across all mediums again about how badly he's treated.

Appeals court greenlights emoluments suit against Trump.

More proof that v2.0 doesn't like those who are smarter than he is.

Trump's rebuke of Fauci encapsulates rejection of science in virus fight.
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Message 2049203 - Posted: 14 May 2020, 21:49:16 UTC - in response to Message 2049196.  
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More proof that v2.0 doesn't like those who are smarter than he is.
Trump's rebuke of Fauci encapsulates rejection of science in virus fight.
Well Trump is a Genius so why listen to science. Sigh... Trump will bring the US back into the middle ages if he continues acting as a dictator.
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Message 2049205 - Posted: 14 May 2020, 21:58:48 UTC - in response to Message 2049203.  

More proof that v2.0 doesn't like those who are smarter than he is.
Trump's rebuke of Fauci encapsulates rejection of science in virus fight.
Well Trump is a Genius so why listen to science. Sigh... Trump will bring the US back into the middle ages if he continues acting as a dictator.
That is the stated goal of the status quo party. Return everything to when life choices were simple so you don't have to think about it.
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Message 2049221 - Posted: 15 May 2020, 0:12:52 UTC - in response to Message 2049217.  
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Polls:) As for now 52.0 % disapprove Trump. 43.6 % approve him.
https://projects.fivethirtyeight.com/trump-approval-ratings/
Very weird that so many as 43.6 % approve him...
Well it's America:)
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Message 2049226 - Posted: 15 May 2020, 0:52:58 UTC - in response to Message 2049222.  
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Nothing new regarding what American people believe about Presidents.
Well FiveThirtyEight have that stats to compare Trump's performance to the other Presidents as you can see. Trump's approval has always been lower then the others. A steady around 40 %.
And check Bush Jr. 2nd aka George W. Bush stats and forget about the average:)
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Message 2049228 - Posted: 15 May 2020, 1:12:40 UTC - in response to Message 2049227.  

Mark Twain comes to mind:)
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Message 2049271 - Posted: 15 May 2020, 13:26:30 UTC - in response to Message 2049228.  

Mark Twain comes to mind:)

"The coldest Winter I ever spent was a Summer in San Francisco?"...........

"Sour Grapes make a bitter Whine." <(0)>
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Message 2049279 - Posted: 15 May 2020, 14:39:48 UTC - in response to Message 2049271.  
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Mark Twain comes to mind:)

"The coldest Winter I ever spent was a Summer in San Francisco?"...........
I love aphorisms.
"An aphorism is a novel in one line " - Leonid S. Suchorukov
I know that Trump love them too:)
Like "Make America Great Again".
Not really a true aphorism but I'm sure Trump will come up with a better one.
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Message 2049354 - Posted: 16 May 2020, 5:46:09 UTC

Elsewhere:
Ben Huang wrote:
Wouldn't life be wonderful if we could pick and choose which laws we want to follow, and which we don't?
Reply: There is a subset of society that does just that all the time. Not only laws by government but laws on stone tablets or in a good book. They know best; they will lecture you endlessly at a scream as to why they are right; they bully you into submission brandishing arms; they will tell you the duly elected government is illegitimate and compare it to communists and Nazis; they will warn you not to tread on them, but they will tread on everyone else because they believe they are privileged; they can't see their reflection in a mirror; they in fact are the worst of everything they hate. They know themselves very well.

Short version: Capitalist, criminal, felony stupid.
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Message 2049363 - Posted: 16 May 2020, 7:48:04 UTC

Why is v2.0 now trying so hard to blame Obama for his own poor handling of all situations?

'It eats him alive inside': Trump's latest attack shows endless obsession with Obama.

But what became clear in the next three and half years is that Obama remains something of an obsession for Trump; the subject of a political and personal inferiority complex.

Observers point to a mix of anti-intellectualism, racism, vengeance and primitive envy over everything from Obama’s Nobel peace prize to the scale of his inauguration crowd and social media following.
Never a truer word has been written.
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