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Not the new Donald Trump Presidency thread

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10 minutes ago, Leon Troutsky said:

I understand the protections for freedom of speech and that politicos get very wide latitude, but this kind of bulls*** is getting out of control and it has to be reigned in...

Parscale ramped up his anti-impeachment rhetoric Monday afternoon, claiming Democrats had launched “a seditious conspiracy” and calling on Pelosi to resign.

“Democrats have crossed over the line of partisan politics and have undertaken a seditious conspiracy to overthrow the people’s president,” Parscale tweeted. “Nancy Pelosi should step down for betraying her oath of office and attempting to overthrow our great Republic.”

You know they're not gonna stop with this **** even after the impeachment's over. Trump wants to be able to say in 2020 that the Democrats tried to have him thrown out of office. It is more favorable to his narrative if they tried and failed than if they waited on impeachment or if it was still ongoing and ****ing in its revelations.

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1 minute ago, Serge said:

You know they're not gonna stop with this **** even after the impeachment's over. Trump wants to be able to say in 2020 that the Democrats tried to have him thrown out of office. It is more favorable to his narrative if they tried and failed than if they waited on impeachment or if it was still ongoing and ****ing in its revelations.

It's just the way the cookie crumbles. We have to hope that the 100 million Americans that didn't vote will grow a spine in 2020 to save their Country.

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13 minutes ago, Sn4tteRBoxXeR said:

I just want Trump gone.

The's not happening, Buttercup. If you don't believe WFW ask some of your more stable posters who are technically #nevertrumpers, even they'll tell you the truth.

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59 minutes ago, mdrake34 said:

 

You gotta worry about a Christian that doesn't fear God. He probably doesn't actually believe in anything.

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1 minute ago, Sn4tteRBoxXeR said:

It's just the way the cookie crumbles. We have to hope that the 100 million Americans that didn't vote will grow a spine in 2020 to save their Country.

Save it from what? The impending $100 Trillion programs your new Socialist POTUS tries to implement.

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1 minute ago, mdrake34 said:

:doh:

 

I was going to post this earlier then have listen to all the BS many of you Lemmings would bring forth to my post. 

Better you did it this time, now WFW can just say the fake/scm...Hmm Mmm

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Just now, WhenFalconsWin said:

I was going to post this earlier then have listen to all the BS many of you Lemmings would bring forth to my post. 

Better you did it this time, now WFW can just say the fake/scm...Hmm Mmm

 

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3 minutes ago, mdrake34 said:

Want a cracker?

Slow getting back to your reply, I was reading a reply to one of my posts from Refried Beans.

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6 minutes ago, achilles return said:

this really should put the conversation about evangelicals here last week in another light.

How so?

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1 minute ago, Sn4tteRBoxXeR said:

It's just the way the cookie crumbles. We have to hope that the 100 million Americans that didn't vote will grow a spine in 2020 to save their Country.

I basically agree, but I absolutely hate how you needed to frame that as them "growing a spine." That's one of our main problems: not knowing how to address distrust and cynicism directed at the left and the media. Too often liberals and leftists alike expect to be able to morally connect with people who don't trust their intentions, their worldview, or their perception of current events, and when they can't connect, they don't know why they can't except that that person's succumbed to right-wing propaganda and is one of the enemies. It's combative and alienating while you're trying to convince people they have a moral imperative to vote for a ******* Democrat.

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2 minutes ago, Serge said:

I basically agree, but I absolutely hate how you needed to frame that as them "growing a spine." That's one of our main problems: not knowing how to address distrust and cynicism directed at the left and the media. Too often liberals and leftists alike expect to be able to morally connect with people who don't trust their intentions, their worldview, or their perception of current events, and when they can't connect, they don't know why they can't except that that person's succumbed to right-wing propaganda and is one of the enemies. It's combative and alienating while you're trying to convince people they have a moral imperative to vote for a ******* Democrat.

Voting can be intimidating.

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1 minute ago, Big_Dog said:

Hunter isn't running for POTUS is he?

No, but his dad who was in charge of investigating corruption in Ukraine was, Grampie. Also, he said that China was no threat...

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2 hours ago, mdrake34 said:

 

Honestly let's pretend that they did let ISIS get away....we really got the right to call these people who shed blood to capture them in the first place out when we just gave Turkey an all you slaughter pass on them?  ISIS ain't even their biggest concern at the moment

 

We've got to be just the absolute worst ally

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2 hours ago, WhenFalconsWin said:

Corruption is what corruption does.

 

Meanwhile Trump owns a hotel three blocks from the White House where foreign governments are buying rooms while simultaneously lobbying Trump for friendly foreign policy.

But yeah, let's talk about Hunter Biden sitting on some board of directors.  

The last thing Trump supporters want to talk about right now is corruption.

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Is there any starker, more illuminating contrast that exposes the complete and utter ******** coming out of Trump supporters than their treatment of Hunter Biden vs. Trump's children?

If you ever thought this was about policy or principles, you were wrong.

 

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Oh hey, let's talk about Hunter Biden...

House investigators are looking into an allegation that groups — including at least one foreign government — tried to ingratiate themselves to President Donald Trump by booking rooms at his hotels but never staying in them. 

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The investigation began after the committee received information that two entities — a trade association and a foreign government — booked a large quantity of rooms but used only a fraction of them, according to a person familiar with the allegation who isn't authorized to speak for the committee.

Trump frequently visits his properties — primarily in Florida, New Jersey and Virginia — and has traveled to them more than 300 times since he was sworn into office, according to a compilation of information released by the White House. In 2017, he and his son-in-law, Jared Kushner, a top presidential adviser, even made a brief unannounced stop at the Trump International Hotel in Honolulu, Hawaii, to thank employees for their work. 

Trump's trips — and the regular visits by Pence and Trump’s adult children— have led the Secret Service and other federal agencies to spend money at his properties. 

The Air Force acknowledged in September it has housed crews at Trump Turnberry in Scotland up to 40 times since 2015, and it's undertaking a broader review after POLITICO first reported the stays.

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1 minute ago, eatcorn said:

Is there any starker, more illuminating contrast that exposes the complete and utter ******** coming out of Trump supporters than their treatment of Hunter Biden vs. Trump's children?

If you ever thought this was about policy or principles, you were wrong.

 

Not lost on me. It proves the "my team is always right" paradigm that I hoped could be on the decline in the face of Trump's corruption.

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1 minute ago, eatcorn said:

Is there any starker, more illuminating contrast that exposes the complete and utter ******** coming out of Trump supporters than their treatment of Hunter Biden vs. Trump's children?

If you ever thought this was about policy or principles, you were wrong.

 

Exactly.  And why Democrats don't have a response to this with any of the hundreds of corrupt ways that Trump is using his office to enrich himself and his kids ready whenever it gets brought up is beyond me.  It's such a simple response -- Trump and his kids are the last people on earth to talk about nepotism and corruption.

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5 minutes ago, WhenFalconsWin said:

No, but his dad who was in charge of investigating corruption in Ukraine was, Grampie. Also, he said that China was no threat...

Post someting that a candidates son did that wasn't criminal and avoid the dozens of things Trump has done that will get him impeached is typical of a warped Trumpster. Get help fast.

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