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    Quote Originally Posted by Breccia View Post
    I assume "havoc and death" is about the riots that not only occured during his tenure
    I am struggling to think of what else that could mean. Have I simply been so out of the loop that I missed the latest uprising from the Radical Left™?

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    Quote Originally Posted by s_bushido View Post
    I am struggling to think of what else that could mean. Have I simply been so out of the loop that I missed the latest uprising from the Radical Left™?
    To dip into QAnon territory, the Democrats are clearly so adept at havoc and death, they could have done it with nobody noticing, like Pizzagate or election fraud.

    But no, like you I am baffled. If he was talking about something more generic like COVID or inflation, I just go back to 2020 and say "you caused this" and he's still just as wrong as he is fat.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Vegas82 View Post
    It’s the BLM protests that were the problem
    What? My God, how many people died in the BLM protests? And also, how do you feel about leading questions?

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    Quote Originally Posted by matheney2k View Post
    Aren't they talking about giving him a vote of no confidence or something? Maybe there's hope
    He won that, but in a way that showed his weakness. But that's for another thread.

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    Giuliani calls the people Trump intentionally hired liars after their testimony under oath.

    "Oh, he objected to them calling out his baseless claims in court, or his lying to the American people?"

    Actually Giuliani seemed less concerned about that as being called drunk.

    I was upset that they were not prepared for the massive cheating (as well as other lawyers around the President) I REFUSED all alcohol that evening. My favorite drink..Diet Pepsi,
    He then suggested they were paid to lie. Under oath. While he hides out on Twitter.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Vegas82 View Post
    Weird how you were constantly saying UK asap. Guess hubby is staying in the military. This you right?
    Say it ain't so.

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    Could Pence testify?

    Trump pressuring Pence over election is focus of next Jan. 6 hearing

    Cheney, the vice-chair of the Jan. 6 committee, said in a newly-released video that the hearing will spotlight Trump's "relentless efforts" to convince Pence to refuse to count the electoral votes.

    In the video, Cheney said Trump plotted with attorney John Eastman and others to overturn the election.
    Cheney's video included footage of Trump's White House adviser Eric Herschmann telling the Jan. 6 committee that he urged Eastman on Jan. 7 to hire a good criminal defense lawyer because "you’re going to need it.”
    Emphasis mine. And I assume he didn't mean Powell or Giuliani, who hadn't been disbarred yet.

    Now, I think Pence will not only attempt to avoid testifying as much as possible, I think there'll be pressure for allow him. Putting Pence on the spot where he, personally, has to say the person he surved under tried to murder him is stuff even past the scope of any trial Nixon never had. I believe they'll go with Pence's staff members, who won't need the penalty of perjury to tell the truth because they're probably still livid about Trump trying to murder their boss. I think in the spirit of trying to build bridges of what's left of the Republican Party there won't be a push to have Pence personally come out of whatever lynch-proof bunker he's likely cowering in for the rest of his life, probably hugging his legs and sobbing about the damage he personally did to his party and his country. And, therefore, I think there will always be room for the probably insane Trump supporters to just "nuh-uh" the entire thing because Pence doesn't personally say "Yes, Trump lost the election" on the only place that matters to them -- television.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Breccia View Post
    Could Pence testify?

    Trump pressuring Pence over election is focus of next Jan. 6 hearing



    Emphasis mine. And I assume he didn't mean Powell or Giuliani, who hadn't been disbarred yet.

    Now, I think Pence will not only attempt to avoid testifying as much as possible, I think there'll be pressure for allow him. Putting Pence on the spot where he, personally, has to say the person he surved under tried to murder him is stuff even past the scope of any trial Nixon never had. I believe they'll go with Pence's staff members, who won't need the penalty of perjury to tell the truth because they're probably still livid about Trump trying to murder their boss. I think in the spirit of trying to build bridges of what's left of the Republican Party there won't be a push to have Pence personally come out of whatever lynch-proof bunker he's likely cowering in for the rest of his life, probably hugging his legs and sobbing about the damage he personally did to his party and his country. And, therefore, I think there will always be room for the probably insane Trump supporters to just "nuh-uh" the entire thing because Pence doesn't personally say "Yes, Trump lost the election" on the only place that matters to them -- television.
    There is nothing left of the Republican party to try to build a bridge with.
    After utterly failing to publicly and openly try to get rid of their fascist and neo-nazi base when their party leader tried to use said fascists and neo-nazi's to attempt an actual insurrection they are beyond redemption.

    The Republican party is a party of fascist and neo-nazi's and you don't attempt to cooperate with them.

    Put Pence on the stand, put Trump on the stand. Burn it to the ground.
    It ignores such insignificant forces as time, entropy, and death

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gorsameth View Post
    There is nothing left of the Republican party to try to build a bridge with.
    I've estimated 10-15% if you discount the people who will run back and beg, sobbing hysterically, to be let back in the second Trump dies, is convicted, or we find out Melania has an abortion. Right now, 10% is actually pretty pivotal.

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    So let's take a sip of covfefe and check in on DWAC's st--

    *PFFFFFFFFFF*

    What happen? Did someone set up up the Truth bomb?

    (remembers)

    Oh, right, the SEC investigation. Did I post that? I hope I didn't because I completely forgot. It's like my short-term memory has been short-circuited.

    (sips coffee)

    Can't imagine why. Regardless, I do remember (long-term memory seems to be okay) that DWAC's stock price has been in the 40-50 range for a while now. But the free market is reading current events, and it has spoken: the odds of CyberTrump 2077 being anything more than a short-lived fart have just dwindled.

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    https://www.thedailybeast.com/hersch...s-a-secret-son

    Herschel Walker, Republican Senate Candidate for Georgia, has thoughts on parental responsibility -

    “And I want to apologize to the African-American community, because the fatherless home is a major, major problem,” Walker said in a September 2020 interview, adding that he had been “like a father to some of those kids that had never had fathers.”

    The month before, Walker—who co-parented his 22-year-old son, Christian with both his ex-wife and current wife—told right-wing internet personalities Diamond and Silk that if you have “a child with a woman, even if you have to leave that woman… you don’t leave the child.”
    Herschel Walker, Republican Senate Candidate for Georgia, also has an estranged son whom life he has been absent from -

    What Walker hasn’t publicly acknowledged is that he has a second son, who has apparently been estranged from his biological father since his birth a decade ago.

    The son, whose name The Daily Beast is withholding out of privacy concerns, has grown up more than 1,500 miles from Walker’s Texas home. And the mother, whose name we are also withholding for privacy reasons, had to take Walker to court a year after giving birth in order to secure a declaration of paternity and child support.
    Because Walker is a deadbeat, absentee father and apparently hates himself.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Edge- View Post
    “like a father to some of those kids that had never had fathers.”
    "Hey Breccia, why do some people hire speechwriters and editors?"

    Because otherwise this happens.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Breccia View Post
    "Hey Breccia, why do some people hire speechwriters and editors?"

    Because otherwise this happens.
    I mean...most of it is pretty simple, "Just be honest." is surprisingly easy if you're not a piece of shit with struggling to hide the skeletons in your closet.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Edge- View Post

    Herschel Walker has thoughts on parental responsibility -
    Hypocrisy aside, I've always heard that the "fatherless black children" rhetoric was mostly just a racist myth anyway. A combination of them not counting fathers who are living with but aren't married to the mother, and not taking into consideration their own zeal in incarcerating black men for trivial offenses.
    Last edited by s_bushido; 2022-06-15 at 02:03 AM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Edge- View Post
    https://www.thedailybeast.com/hersch...s-a-secret-son

    Herschel Walker, Republican Senate Candidate for Georgia, has thoughts on parental responsibility -



    Herschel Walker, Republican Senate Candidate for Georgia, also has an estranged son whom life he has been absent from -



    Because Walker is a deadbeat, absentee father and apparently hates himself.
    He's just another moronic sportsball player who's being used for his name.

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    Quote Originally Posted by UnifiedDivide View Post
    Doesn't really deserve its own thread, but just adds to the rampant stupidity of everything in Trump's orbit.

    Marjorie Taylor Greene blames tampon shortage on transgender people

    Worth a quick read of the whole thing, but I'll just single out the bit that might explain why she is the way she is lol i.e. completely bonkers.
    How fucking ignorant is she? Did she fail basic biology?

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    Quote Originally Posted by UnifiedDivide View Post
    Doesn't really deserve its own thread, but just adds to the rampant stupidity of everything in Trump's orbit.

    Marjorie Taylor Greene blames tampon shortage on transgender people

    Worth a quick read of the whole thing, but I'll just single out the bit that might explain why she is the way she is lol i.e. completely bonkers.
    What a dumb fucking twat waffle she is. Even if they put a tampon dispenser in men's bathrooms, how many does it take to fill it up once?

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    Quote Originally Posted by postman1782 View Post
    How fucking ignorant is she? Did she fail basic biology?
    Quote Originally Posted by some guy View Post
    What a dumb fucking twat waffle she is. Even if they put a tampon dispenser in men's bathrooms, how many does it take to fill it up once?
    She isn't stupid. She's evil. She knows this is bullshit, but it doesn't matter, because she gets to demonize and abuse transgender people, and that's the goal/point. The infliction of suffering on innocents, and publicly revelling in her abuses.

    Okay, she's also stupid, but her motive here is malice, not ignorance.


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    Quote Originally Posted by UnifiedDivide View Post
    Doesn't really deserve its own thread, but just adds to the rampant stupidity of everything in Trump's orbit.

    Marjorie Taylor Greene blames tampon shortage on transgender people

    Worth a quick read of the whole thing, but I'll just single out the bit that might explain why she is the way she is lol i.e. completely bonkers.
    Lauren Boebert did as well with tweet.

    I swear they share one dying brain cell between them.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Endus View Post
    She isn't stupid. She's evil. She knows this is bullshit, but it doesn't matter, because she gets to demonize and abuse transgender people, and that's the goal/point. The infliction of suffering on innocents, and publicly revelling in her abuses.

    Okay, she's also stupid, but her motive here is malice, not ignorance.
    I can't say she is evil, because frankly I can't tell if she smart enough to know what she says is BS. All I know is people like her are causing many people I know to believe horrible things.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Darththeo View Post
    I can't say she is evil, because frankly I can't tell if she smart enough to know what she says is BS.
    While this philosophical discussion could go in all kinds of interesting ways, there's none flattering to Boebert. Even if I were to grace her with the maximum credit she does not deserve, that means she's parrotting things that are false and has no idea they're false, because she believed people who told her easily-disproven lies and chose to accept them at face value. Someone that intentionally ill-informed and gullible shouldn't be a politician.

    I don't believe that's the case. I think she's lying on purpose because it gets votes.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Darththeo View Post
    Lauren Boebert
    SPEAKING OF WHICH.

    From the fine folks that revealed Madison Cawthorn having cocaine fueled crossdressing parties, we now have Boebert serving as an escort, ALLEGEDLY during which she would have ALLEGEDLY met Ted Cruz followed by him financing her election campaign. Allegedly.

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