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Offline Bill Chapman

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Re: Trump supporters and conspiracy theory
« Reply #3930 on: February 16, 2020, 02:02:07 PM »
China, North Korea and Russia pull this kind of stuff. Menendez, Shumer see the danger.

Unfortunately, a number of other Democrats do little in contrast.

Glad ISIS was beat back, not totally destroyed mind you. Dangerous terror organization, took hold under the last administration or one can just whine.

Not totally destroyed, mind you

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. Not exactly 'mission accomplished' there, Sluggo. ISIS and similar are here for eternity. Better brush up on the Koran.

On the lighter side:
Al Jazeera Middle East weather forecast
(From 'Just for Laughs')

'To zee North: Sunny and hot.
To zee East: Sunny and hot.
To zee South: Sunny, and hot.
To zee West: Death. Death to zee West'

Trump is going to get us all killed.
Buckle up for Armageddon.

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Online Tom Scully

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Re: Trump supporters and conspiracy theory
« Reply #3931 on: February 16, 2020, 02:10:39 PM »
Calling people "Russian Trolls", remember, this is a party that has lynching in its history. Pretty despicable.

Now, they are a party of lynching, false accusations. Don't care about its own citizens, want to pay for illegals to have health care and give them drivers' licenses.  Budding antisemiitism and so on.

They attack, they switch the subject because their record is so poor.

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https://www.govinfo.gov/content/pkg/GPO-HPREC-HINDS-V3/html/GPO-HPREC-HINDS-V3-18.htm

Rules of Evidence in an Impeachment Trial - GovInfowww.govinfo.gov › pkg › html › GPO-HPREC-HINDS-V3-18
Witnesses in an impeachment trial are required to state facts and not opinions. ... \2\ Second session Twenty-first Congress, Senate Impeachment Journal, p. 331 ...

Richard confirms, once again, the hurdles and pitfalls to having any meaningfull discussion with lying deplorables who, when not lying and deflecting, claim criminal obstruction somehow equals exoneration! Gnashing of teeth, throwing tantrums, spewing deflection and other deplorable lying is a poor substitute for facts supported dialogue, but Richard certainly presents his unsupported, self satisfaction.

Remember, this is a POTUS, fully supported by the Trump-hollowed-out republican deplorable base to obstruct the efforts of the Mueller investigation, the FBI counter-intelligence investigation, the House impeachment investigation, and the Senate sham-trial (no witness testimony, no document production, no republican senate majority to even obtain either) to find the extent of Trump solicitation of and cooperation with Putin's organized crime org. to counter the Clinton 2016 presidential campaign.

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https://www.cnn.com/2020/02/14/politics/fact-check-trump-february-86-false-claims/index.html
CNN International
Trump makes 86 false claims over two weeks, including whoppers about Bloomberg, Pelosi and Social Security
Washington (CNN) President Donald Trump made 31 false claims last week and 55 the week before, including 22 at a campaign rally in Des ...
2 days ago

It is election season once again and the criminal POTUS Trump is predictably lying again about his favorite fake "carrot."

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https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-8005901/Trump-administration-eyes-10-middle-class-tax-cut-proposal.html
Trump administration to propose a ten percent tax cut for the ...www.dailymail.co.uk › news › article-8005901 › Trump-administrati...
23 hours ago - Trump administration to propose a ten percent tax cut for the middle class before the election in November. By Reuters 16:57 EST 14 Feb 2020 ...

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https://www.cbsnews.com/news/trump-injects-tax-cut-talk-in-in-the-closing-weeks-of-midterm-campaign/
Trump injects tax-cut talk in the closing weeks of midterm ...www.cbsnews.com › news › trump-injects-tax-cut-talk-in-in-the-closi...
Oct 23, 2018 - Ten percent tax cut. ... Leaving the White House for Texas on Monday, Mr. Trump stressed that this was not a business proposal. "We're doing it ...

https://www.vox.com/2018/10/22/18012320/trump-rally-texas-cruz-middle-class-tax-cut
Trump’s stump speech for Ted Cruz included his seemingly fake middle-class tax cut
Republican congressional leaders don’t have any details.

By Tara Golshan  Oct 22, 2018, 10:20pm EDT...www.vox.com › trump-rally-texas-cruz-middle-class-tax-cut
Oct 22, 2018 - Ten percent tax cut. Kevin Brady is ... House Speaker Paul Ryan's office has referred all questions about the proposal to the White House. Rep.

But nevermind the lying, serial grifter's grift! The democratIC party is historically a lynch mob!

Thank you, Richard Rubio. I'd much rather a criminal POTUS and his criminal party gaslight and obstruct over basic concerns related to tax fairness, wealth concentration trend, affordable health care, including continued protected eligibility of residents with pre-existing medical conditions, or whether Putin directed "help" was extended or sought by Trump 2016 and whether that "help" was appreciatively accepted, than endure even a minute of DemocratIC "lynching legacy"!

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May 30, 2019 - A thousand prosecutors say he's wrong ... Trump's lawyers have even argued — in federal court and in a letter from the White House counsel to ...
https://medium.com/@dojalumni/statement-by-former-federal-prosecutors-8ab7691c2aa1
STATEMENT BY FORMER FEDERAL PROSECUTORS - DOJ ...medium.com › statement-by-former-federal-prosecutors-8ab7691c2aa1
We are former federal prosecutors. ... going so far as to tell McGahn to write a letter “for our files” falsely denying that Trump had directed Mueller's termination.

https://www.newsweek.com/former-federal-prosecutors-trump-indicted-wasnt-president-1439716
Former Federal Prosecutors Renew Statement That Trump ...www.newsweek.com › U.S. › Federal › Trump › President
May 30, 2019 - More than 1,000 bipartisan former prosecutors have now signed their names on a petition maintaining that if Trump weren't president of the ...

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What happened to the Trump counterintelligence investigation? House investigators don’t know.
But not for lack of asking.

By Philip Bump - May 15, 2019
.....A few weeks before he was fired by President Trump in May 2017, then-FBI Director James Comey testified before the House Intelligence Committee. During that testimony, he confirmed something that had already been reported.

“I have been authorized by the Department of Justice to confirm that the FBI, as part of our counterintelligence mission, is investigating the Russian government’s efforts to interfere in the 2016 presidential election,” he said, “and that includes investigating the nature of any links between individuals associated with the Trump campaign and the Russian government and whether there was any coordination between the campaign and Russia’s efforts.”

To a layperson, this issue may seem to be resolved. Special counsel Robert S. Mueller III completed his work in March, after all, finding insufficient evidence to establish that Trump and his campaign coordinated with the interference effort undertaken by the Russian government.

But, in fact, it isn’t. Mueller’s investigation into possible coordination was an offshoot of a broader probe into how or where members of Trump’s team — the candidate included — might have been working to aid Russian interests.

Where that investigation stands now, though, is a mystery — even to congressional leaders. House Intelligence Committee Chairman Adam B. Schiff (D-Calif.) spoke with The Washington Post by phone Tuesday and explained how he and his colleagues have been stymied in their efforts to learn how and if the probe is moving forward. The interview has been edited for clarity.
https://www.washingtonpost.com/politics/as-trump-moves-to-bully-witnesses-and-derail-impeachment-democrats-see-obstruction/2019/11/01/0ee6edb2-fbec-11e9-8190-6be4deb56e01_story.html
As Trump moves to bully witnesses and derail impeachment ...www.washingtonpost.com › politics › 2019/11/01
Nov 1, 2019 - Obstruction of Congress is all but certain to be introduced as an article of ... He has directed the White House to withhold documents and block ... some Democratic House leaders, said Trump's actions are unprecedented.

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Offline Royell Storing

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Re: Trump supporters and conspiracy theory
« Reply #3932 on: February 16, 2020, 03:24:26 PM »
Nobody is killing infants no matter how many times you keep saying it, Richard.

This is why Trump and his followers can’t be trusted to tell the truth.

    What is your definition of an "infant"? This is what it comes down to. That Joker in Virginia wants to permit the Killing of an "infant" After having Naturally been delivered from the Mother. This is text book "Infanticide".

Offline Richard Rubio

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Re: Trump supporters and conspiracy theory
« Reply #3933 on: February 16, 2020, 03:34:52 PM »
Nobody is killing infants no matter how many times you keep saying it, Richard.

This is why Trump and his followers can’t be trusted to tell the truth.

I'd be running from the truth too. Your denial doesn't make it so.

You've had a fun time attacking Trump and others, so-called Trump followers but there's nothing hardly worse than this.

Democrat Party is Planned Parenthood.  Deny it all you want.

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Re: Trump supporters and conspiracy theory
« Reply #3934 on: February 16, 2020, 03:39:09 PM »
I'd be running from the truth too. Your denial doesn't make it so.

You've had a fun time attacking Trump and others, so-called Trump followers but there's nothing hardly worse than this.

Democrat Party is Planned Parenthood.  Deny it all you want.

    This is what they do whenever they are on the Wrong side of an issue. Putz around with the wordage/definition. They did it concerning "Mob" and "Spying". The stakes are far higher with this issue, but it's the same Playbook being used over and over and over.

Offline Richard Rubio

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Re: Trump supporters and conspiracy theory
« Reply #3935 on: February 16, 2020, 03:43:12 PM »
Earlier the Governor of Texas said the same, so if one has to roll out an attack to even dispute the word of the governor of the state of Texas, have at it.

So, now the Governor is dishonest too and a liar.  :D

And all of those votes in congress, similar legislation in NY and Virginia.

News is out there every day, if one is not informed on an issue and is forced into personal attacks as Iacoletti does, that speaks for itself.

You can research it all day but I think some people know nothing about the issue so they have to resort to other tact.

https://twitter.com/GregAbbott_TX/status/1227839377235202048

Demonstrated, even the governor of TX said it so carry on one's attack.





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Re: Trump supporters and conspiracy theory
« Reply #3936 on: February 16, 2020, 05:12:41 PM »
INFANTICIDE, don't say this is about abortion, the Democraps can't go lower....
Daily Wire:   https://www.dailywire.com/news/colorado-democrats-vote-down-bill-mandating-medical-care-to-born-alive-survivors-of-abortions?%3Futm_source=twitter&utm_medium=social&utm_campaign=dwtwitter

Oh, it's just infanticide will become the new creed by the dems.

So, the rats are supporting infanticide in some instances.

This is a non-issue, a purely-political ploy calculated to fail and thus get votes in the fall. Only 1.3% of abortions are "late-term" (after 21 weeks). Democrats say the issue is covered under a 2002 act: H.R.2175 - Born-Alive Infants Protection Act of 2002. Law-makers say infanticide is illegal in every state.

The Colorado law had severe penalties aimed at discouraging abortions to begin with. In 2018, Republicans sought to ban abortion altogether, with the exception of a case where it would save a woman's life (and then Republicans would enact a law defining who should decide that, making abortion de facto impossible). A significant majority of Coloradans support the right to abortion, but Republicans use their free thought and high morals to take matters into their own hands, regardless of the law:

Source: Suspect spoke of 'baby parts' after Planned Parenthood shooting (2015)

    "Robert Lewis Dear, the suspect in Friday's shootings at the Planned Parenthood clinic
     in Colorado Springs, mentioned "baby parts" to investigators and in later interviews
     expressed anti-abortion and anti-government views, a law enforcement official briefed
     on the investigation told CNN.
          ...
     Attorney General Loretta Lynch has called the shooting, which killed three people and
     wounded nine more, a "crime against women"; Colorado Gov. John Hickenlooper has
     said it's "a tragedy that is beyond speech."
          ...
     Zigmond Post, a neighbor, said one of the few interactions he had was when Dear
     brought him some anti-Obama pamphlets."

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Re: Trump supporters and conspiracy theory
« Reply #3937 on: February 16, 2020, 05:14:08 PM »
    What is your definition of an "infant"? This is what it comes down to. That Joker in Virginia wants to permit the Killing of an "infant" After having Naturally been delivered from the Mother. This is text book "Infanticide".

Which "Joker" ? What "infanticide "?

Offline Royell Storing

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Re: Trump supporters and conspiracy theory
« Reply #3938 on: February 16, 2020, 05:18:37 PM »
This is a non-issue, a purely-political ploy calculated to fail and thus get votes in the fall. Only 1.3% of abortions are "late-term" (after 21 weeks). Democrats say the issue is covered under a 2002 act: H.R.2175 - Born-Alive Infants Protection Act of 2002. Law-makers say infanticide is illegal in every state.

The Colorado law had severe penalties aimed at discouraging abortions to begin with. In 2018, Republicans sought to ban abortion altogether, with the exception of a case where it would save a woman's life (and then Republicans would enact a law defining who should decide that, making abortion de facto impossible). A significant majority of Coloradans support the right to abortion, but Republicans use their free thought and high morals to take matters into their own hands, regardless of the law:

Source: Suspect spoke of 'baby parts' after Planned Parenthood shooting (2015)

    "Robert Lewis Dear, the suspect in Friday's shootings at the Planned Parenthood clinic
     in Colorado Springs, mentioned "baby parts" to investigators and in later interviews
     expressed anti-abortion and anti-government views, a law enforcement official briefed
     on the investigation told CNN.
          ...
     Attorney General Loretta Lynch has called the shooting, which killed three people and
     wounded nine more, a "crime against women"; Colorado Gov. John Hickenlooper has
     said it's "a tragedy that is beyond speech."
          ...
     Zigmond Post, a neighbor, said one of the few interactions he had was when Dear
     brought him some anti-Obama pamphlets."

    You are well aware of the Gov of Virginia and his position on this issue. Stop the tap dancing. We got Dem politicians playing their word "definition" game again.
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Offline Jack Trojan

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Re: Trump supporters and conspiracy theory
« Reply #3939 on: February 16, 2020, 07:17:37 PM »
Not true, I'm a mind reader. Using you as the subject, it's a short story.

difference between lying and sarcasm


BTW the difference? Every single letter duh! Jack loses again. Don't get all upset now.

Но я не слышу, чтобы вы отрицали, что русский тролль, товарищ.

 

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