The official "let's impeach Trump" thread

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by colton, Jul 16, 2019.

  1. silesian

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    Asked for comment, Brittany Bramell, the CIA director of public affairs, told CNN: "CNN's narrative that the Central Intelligence Agency makes life-or-death decisions based on anything other than objective analysis and sound collection is simply false. Misguided speculation that the President's handling of our nation's most sensitive intelligence—which he has access to each and every day—drove an alleged exfiltration operation is inaccurate."

    A spokesperson for Secretary of State Mike Pompeo declined to comment. White House press secretary Stephanie Grisham said, "CNN's reporting is not only incorrect, it has the potential to put lives in danger."

    There were no comments from the intelligence community. There were two statements from PR departments.

    The CIA PR Director didn’t say the story was inaccurate. She said the misguided speculation was inaccurate. Which could mean anything. I doubt she knows the real reasons for the extradition, she’s a mouthpiece. And from the White House we get mostly lies, so I dismiss that comment entirely.

    Pompeo’s Silence says something as he would be the guy with direct knowledge of what drove this decision.
     
  2. Lord Bullingdon

    Lord Bullingdon Well-Known Member

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    LOL did you think you really were gonna engage me in a debate here? LOLOL, y'all are just full of hot air.. pat yourself on the back. self-soothe, and keep on truckin. You're far too invested in this nonsense to stop now LOL.
     
  3. Lord Bullingdon

    Lord Bullingdon Well-Known Member

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    People here like politics better than basketball, there's no doubt. thats sick. I love to call ya out on that, here on a basketball forum.They have much more pride about their poltical views than anything basketball related... The funny part isThats a perfect explanation why this thread is rthe most bumped of the offseason. and that is PATHETIC in my book, you've been duped, bamboozled..

    Basketball is pure its like poetry in motion, Politics is old and stinky and putrid, and has been since before any of y'all were born.
     
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  4. Lord Bullingdon

    Lord Bullingdon Well-Known Member

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    If you guys were bond traders I could understand, but you're not... the funny part about the political pride here is it's false, influenced, pride, clearly. misguided foolishness.
     
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  5. Lord Bullingdon

    Lord Bullingdon Well-Known Member

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    Lemme ask the constant posters here a simple question; Do you feel more confident in your political views being correct or your basketball views being correct?
     
  6. Lord Bullingdon

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    We all know the answer to that question is the former... Which is funny to me because it seems from my perspective that y'all barely know the basics about both topics.
     
  7. Lord Bullingdon

    Lord Bullingdon Well-Known Member

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    There's a saying about "Catching falling knives"... you political pridefull people are all catching falling knives and u just dont realize it yet.i guarantee it. go spend time with ur families and stop worrying bout this SENSATIONALIZED nonsense.
     
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  8. Lord Bullingdon

    Lord Bullingdon Well-Known Member

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    The biggest issues on this planet will never be political. They will always be; Competency and Effort. Honestly whining on message boards about the powers that be is clearly just a low-effort way to try and sound competent infront of other low-effort semi-competent cohorts.
     
  9. One Brow

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    I know very little about basketball, outside of that I love to watch professional basketball more than any other sport.

    On the other hand, most political views are based in value statements, and can't be either correct or incorrect.
     
  10. Lord Bullingdon

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    Which topic are you more interested in learning more about - Basketball or politics?

    In convo's like these i find many adults pull basically the "i'm an old dog who's too old to learn new tricks" card because it's convenient... but the way i see it, it always boils down to effort and competency.
     
  11. Lord Bullingdon

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    The greatest gift humans are granted is the ability to change. yet so many pride themselves on having unwavering veiws/confidence. this threads a pissing contest of that sort,, no???..Are these views they hold so near and dear to their hearts even truly "their opinion" its some pure untainted truth????

    how many are still holding their parents ignorant views?


    Where do you get your information from too? It's all distorted... How much do you really trust those sources? how can you be sure their really reporting 'the whole story' and not just the bits that will create more clicks?
     
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  12. Lord Bullingdon

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    Just like in basketball the eye test will prevail... All this stuff now is just posturing. how do you think Trump stole the election? PPL saw Hillary on stage and she seemed like not just a liar but a bad liar, their ******** meters went off...
     
  13. Lord Bullingdon

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    Someone who's completely full of **** should definitely be running this country... U think this is a job for a Mr Rodgers type?? how has that gone over so many heads... you gotta think globally. Our biggest export is BS.
     
  14. One Brow

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    Marginally interested, at best. I'm much more interested in learning other skills and topics in my life right now.
     
  15. Zombie

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    And what is it exactly that you are doing here?
     
  16. Red

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    One thing that's been clear from day one, with this administration, is that truth is not something that will be tolerated lightly, if that truth hurts Trump's incredibly fragile ego. With Sharpiegate, we are truly reaching an absurd level. We are at the point where the focus of the administration is in defending BS at all costs. At all costs. That's what it's come to. The president is full of ****, but anybody in the administration that dares to point out the emperor has no clothes(and likely not even half a brain) will be dealt with harshly. Is this not as absurd as can be? We've come to this?! It's like everybody in the administration is focused on protecting Trump's ego. A completely FAKE presidency.

    https://lawandcrime.com/high-profil...-down-amid-report-he-threatened-noaa-firings/

    Calls for Wilbur Ross’s resignation intensified Monday following a New York Times report that the Secretary of Commerce threatened to fire top officials at the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) after the agency’s Birmingham office contradicted President Donald Trump’s incorrect claim that Alabama was going to be hit by Hurricane Dorian.

    Ross reportedly phoned NOAA acting administrator Dr. Neil Jacobs from Greece on Friday and instructed Jacobs to “fix the agency’s perceived contradiction of the president,” three people familiar with the interaction told the Times. According to the report, after Jacobs objected to Ross’s demand, he was told that NOAA’s politically appointed employees would all be fired if the situation was not rectified.

     
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  17. colton

    colton All Around Nice Guy Staff Member

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    Thank goodness someone does!

    But wow, I had thought the press release was approved by the NOAA head. If he's not the one who issued it, then who did???
     
  18. Zombie

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    That's a fantastic question. I would be curious who sent that out and on whose authority.
     
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  19. Gameface

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    Just an fyi, you can include more than one sentence in a post. No need to post 8 times in a row.
     
  20. LogGrad98

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    I like to hum a flat note to self-sooth. And fart. Humming and farting are very soothing.
     

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