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  • Birds of a feather: Netanyahu indicted

    trump is next...


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    Yup. It's time to clean house on all of these pathetic corrupt losers who are pretending to lead countries while they use their office for personal gain, and that includes Netty and the orange brat in the oval office.

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    • #3
      WHOA

      Too bad for Netanyahu he doesn't have a Bill Barr around to run interference for him.

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      • #4
        Originally posted by Mile High Salute View Post
        WHOA

        Too bad for Netanyahu he doesn't have a Bill Barr around to run interference for him.
        Or Moscow Mitch, Dirty Nunes, Lyin’ Lindsey Graham, or Tip-Toucher Gym Jordan...

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        • #5
          Would that be a Jewish Nazi bird?

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          • #6
            Originally posted by Brewer View Post

            Or Moscow Mitch, Dirty Nunes, Lyin’ Lindsey Graham, or Tip-Toucher Gym Jordan...
            Dirty Nunes, eh? “Many people are saying” that’s just like a Dirty Sanchez except it involves a cow. Do I have that right? 😂

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            • #7
              Originally posted by Brewer View Post

              Or Moscow Mitch, Dirty Nunes, Lyin’ Lindsey Graham, or Tip-Toucher Gym Jordan...
              Even Trump would be proud of those nicknames. Gym Jordan, LMAO

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              • #8
                Originally posted by Mile High Salute View Post

                Dirty Nunes, eh? “Many people are saying” that’s just like a Dirty Sanchez except it involves a cow. Do I have that right? 😂
                You got it right. Figured it would fly over the heads of the Trumptuggers as they’re stooped over bowing to their real estate secret agent.

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                    oy vey

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                    • #11
                      Originally posted by TonyR View Post
                      Yup. What’s truly amazing is how many people are so stupid that they actually fall for this. Trump, just like Netanyahu, is totally the victim - nothing to see here. 🙄

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                      • #12
                        Pompeo probably had to gently explain to Donorrhea "no, sir, I'm afraid there's no way you can pardon him."

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                          • #14
                            Netanyahu remains acting Israeli PM -- and as his legal problems mount -- he has ordered attacks on Syria -- again and again. Netantyahu is risking a wider war - as he places his personal political survival above the interests of his own people and the region.

                            Netanyahu’s Get-out-of-Jail Card... War With Iran
                            By Finian Cunningham

                            November 24/25, 2019 "Information Clearing House" -It seems more than coincidence that as the legal noose tightens around Prime Minister Benjamin “Bibi” Netanyahu, Israeli military have suddenly stepped up air strikes on Iranian forces based in Syria.

                            Playing the strongman role on national security and winning another term as prime minister would stave off prosecution over pending corruption charges.

                            If Netanyahu is ousted from office he will be immediately subjected to trial. A subsequent conviction on all charges could result in him facing up to 13 years in jail. A lot is at stake for Israel’s elder statesmen. At 70 years old, he is the longest-serving prime minister in the history of the Israeli state, having been elected four times already.

                            Therefore the longer he can hang on as premier, the longer he can postpone his day in court, as the leadership position affords a certain immunity while in office.

                            Israel’s current political impasse is a particularly dangerous time for Netanyahu. After two elections held earlier this year, neither Netanyahu nor his nearest rival Benny Gantz have been able to form a coalition government. Netanyahu is still the sitting PM. But lawmakers could vote for a new prime minister in the next few weeks, or else failing that the country will be forced to go to a third election in March next year.


                            https://www.strategic-culture.org/ne...war-with-iran/

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