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Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by str8line, Dec 12, 2018.
Do you really want to be “that guy?” You know, the right wing nut job who made posts about Obama’s birth certificate, the Alex Jones fan boy, the brainless **** that did nothing but bash Obama for eight years?
I’m certainly not saying you’re that guy, far from it, actually, but to even post a link like that makes it look like you’re waiting on the curb for the short bus. I dislike Trump just as much as the next guy, but, ‘Murica. We elected him, and we have nobody to blame but ourselves. Time to take our medicine, learn from our mistake, and then vote him out when the time comes. Enough with the wasted time, money, and energy. Go along to get along, and fix the problem when the time is right.
Or “we” could impeach him!
Impeachment is a perfectly reasonable response to the criminality and incompetence we've seen from Trump. You know, it's in the constitution for a reason...
Dude, the only reasonable position to take is to mindlessly keep repeating "both parties are bad".
Awaiting Trump's tweet with bated breath.
Probably just a nothing hamburder.
How exactly does one serve an arrest warrant for the President?
Director of the FBI communicates with the director of the Secret Service for a takedown? Or does the FBI surround the white house and have a standoff?
I'm not sure there's protocol here.
It will not happen.
a girl can dream...
Envision Trump barricaded in the White House bathroom furiously tweeting his innocence while The FBI knocks down the door.
I laughed. But at this point, wouldn't several marines and secret service personnel be disarmed and/or dead?
I doubt it. Just Trump and his tweets.
His tweet is pure gold as expected.
I have not read the full indictment, but while watching CNN at the gym awhile ago, the commentators who had read it in its entirety said collusion was very much in play.
Then there are just the odds. Given his propensity to lie to an absurd degree, when you see him say "NO COLLUSION", what, 1000 times, lol, the odds that of course they colluded is virtually certain. Of course that's speculation, but assuming that "OK, this is the one thing he's being truthful about" just defies the odds, lol.
Saying get me the Wikileaks to Roger Stone is not collusion in the sense of it being a crime.
Good luck throwing Trump in jail.
If you look at it in a vacuum of getting Stone as it's own individual case, Stone's got no chance. If and when a trial comes up, he's F'd in the A. But this indictment alone(with no official names other than STONE) doesn't sink the dawniebrooke. So for those of us that want to look at it like that, sure. Where dawniebrooke alone is concerned, what's been released is a nothingburder.
But when and if you make the connection that "our friend in London" and "at the Ecuadorian embassy in London" is Julian Assange, founder of Wikileaks. And hear that the CIA, and many other intelligence agencies abroad confirm that the best intelligence connects the Russians with Wikileaks. And then temper that connection with Wikileaks (in)famously having a history of releasing very, very little information detrimental or critical of the Russian government... well at that point you understand that it's incredibly unlikely that our president isn't at least compromised, if not in bed with Putin.
I'm not a legal expert, but I'm pretty sure they'll, referring to anyone asking if there was collusion between dawniebrooke's campaign and Russia, consider all of the evidence.
I love how repubs are bitching about how the FBI went about to arrest him rather than focusing on the obviously more important issue of Stone using Wikileaks (Russia) hacked information and giving it to Trump’s inner circle.
At every step Mueller is making clearer the Trump-Russia connect yet republicans and the trump rubes attempt to detract from the issue by arguing over stupid things like “did they really have to arrest him so early in the morning? Why was CNN already there?”
So much winning
Donald is quickly learning what it’s like to deal with real pushback. No more Paul Ryan lapdog. Elections have consequences!