Trump's Coup Attempt




str8line

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Beijing prepares for Trump’s ‘final act of madness’​

China’s state-controlled newspaper Global Times says that Beijing is preparing for a “final act of madness” before Donald Trump leaves office.
The newspaper says the communist regime expects the president to launch attacks on China’s technology industry by signing a series of executive orders which, if reversed by Joe Biden, would brand him a “Panda Hugger”.
“Trump is actually setting a trap or planting a landmine for the Biden administration,' Shen Yi, a professor at the School of International Relations and Public Affairs of Fudan University, told the Global Times.
“He is such an emotional and unpredictable person that we can't use a normal person's mentality to judge him.”


 

cowhide

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I think the lawsuits really worrying Trump are the ones pending in NYS, where they apparently have got the goods on him and which could potentially send him to prison, that is before he jumps bail and goes into exile.
the one he should worry about is having to give his DNA, I think he raped that woman who has pressed charges. She has the dress, on the irony if Trump goes down due leaving sperm on the dress.
 

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Trump is a pansy. And still a loser.

So Trump just continually fires people throughout his presidency simply for thinking differently than him and then he replaces them with yes men.

Why doesn't every president do this? Or do they all do this?

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Trump is attempting to use his last days in office to sabotage Biden's administration.

He asked about a significant military strike on Iran against their largest nuclear facility. He was talked down. But what would be the benefit, to the United States, of a military strike that would have long lasting consequences, when the outgoing administration did not coordinate AT ALL with the incoming administration? The entire point seems to be to box Biden in on day one.

This is an act of aggression against the United States by our current President. There is no other way to frame this.

Let's get some details out of the way here. Trump's justification would be that Iran exceeded the amount of nuclear material it agreed to under the Obama administration's treaty, which involved China, France, Russia, the UK, the US, Germany, and the EU. Trump took a giant **** on that deal and walked away because he claimed it was a terrible deal. Since then he has acted as though the U.S. gets to continue to enforce the conditions of that deal without us actually being part of that treaty. So this strike would be an effort to enforce a "deal" that no longer exists. But the actual point would be to lay a flaming bag of poop on the doorstep of the white house as Biden takes office.

This is an act against our nation conducted by our President.

Thanks Trump!
 

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"Giuliani delivered a 30-minute opening statement before U.S. District Judge Matthew Brann on Tuesday. His submission and responses to the judge's questions garnered criticism on social media and, more importantly, from opposing counsel.

"The best description of this situation is it's a widespread, nationwide voter fraud," Giuliani said, according to Politico. "This is a part of the reason I'm here, Your Honor, because it is not an isolated case."

However, Giuliani admitted under questioning that he was not arguing a voter fraud case. The lawsuit in fact relates to election procedures that were not uniform across the state of Pennsylvania.

"I sat there dumbfounded because the story presented by Mr Giuliani bore no relationship to the actual complaint in the case," Mark Aronchick, a lawyer representing several counties that the Trump campaign is suing, told MSNBC.

Giuliani's surprising decision to argue in court may be related to the fact that the lawyers previously representing the Trump campaign withdrew from the case. They were replaced by Marc Scaringi, who was named as one of Giuliani's co-counsels in his court filing."


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"Giuliani delivered a 30-minute opening statement before U.S. District Judge Matthew Brann on Tuesday. His submission and responses to the judge's questions garnered criticism on social media and, more importantly, from opposing counsel.

"The best description of this situation is it's a widespread, nationwide voter fraud," Giuliani said, according to Politico. "This is a part of the reason I'm here, Your Honor, because it is not an isolated case."

However, Giuliani admitted under questioning that he was not arguing a voter fraud case. The lawsuit in fact relates to election procedures that were not uniform across the state of Pennsylvania.

"I sat there dumbfounded because the story presented by Mr Giuliani bore no relationship to the actual complaint in the case," Mark Aronchick, a lawyer representing several counties that the Trump campaign is suing, told MSNBC.

Giuliani's surprising decision to argue in court may be related to the fact that the lawyers previously representing the Trump campaign withdrew from the case. They were replaced by Marc Scaringi, who was named as one of Giuliani's co-counsels in his court filing."


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It's all unravelling and falling apart. It's great tbh.
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It's all unravelling and falling apart. It's great tbh.
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Yeah, the pressure is going up exponentially and he's a cornered rat. As the Chinese professor said, "“He is such an emotional and unpredictable person that we can't use a normal person's mentality to judge him.” So while it's great to see him cornered it's also a little nerve-racking what he might do next.
 

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It's been pathetic watching the past two weeks as Trump's legal team waste money on challenges that will go nowhere yet to continue to spout that there's overwhelming evidence of the election being stolen. I've never seen a bigger bunch of crybabies in my life.

A sad display from a bunch of opportunists who can't seem to admit that people don't like Trump - especially as R's dominated the House vote to set up a competitive 2022 and will likely hold the Senate.
 

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It's been pathetic watching the past two weeks as Trump's legal team waste money on challenges that will go nowhere yet to continue to spout that there's overwhelming evidence of the election being stolen. I've never seen a bigger bunch of crybabies in my life.

A sad display from a bunch of opportunists who can't seem to admit that people don't like Trump - especially as R's dominated the House vote to set up a competitive 2022 and will likely hold the Senate.
Ya one of the weirdest things to me is that trumpers legit seem shocked that there is any way at all that Biden could have possibly won. How stupid are these people. We have a 2 party system. Any candidate who is representing one of those two parties has a pretty good chance at winning regardless of how good or bad of a candidate they are.

I see trumpers saying things like "its impossible that enough people voted for biden for him to win". I would not have been at all surprised by a trump win. There are alot of partisan republicans who will vote for the republican. Same goes for Biden. There are a lot of partisan democrats who will vote for the democrat. You have to be an idiot to think that either candidate has no chance.
 

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This, once again, makes me wonder, "They can't really be this stupid, can they? I mean, they have to be playing it up for the cameras?"
On my first break yesterday a guy was watching Tucker on his phone with the volume up to a stupid level.

On my second break Shark Tank ended and CNBC news came on. Another guy who was watching one of the even more extreme "news" sources on his phone, loud enough so that people at other socially distanced tables could hear, started grumbling when Shepard Smith started talking about Trump eventually having to leave the White House, saying distinctly "He ain't going nowhere...grumble grumble."

Yeah, if you're not drinking the kool aid these guys look like a bad joke. If you're swimming in the kool aid apparently this makes perfectly reasonable sense to you. It's working on the people it's intended to work on.
 

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