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  • #76
    Originally posted by Mile High Salute View Post
    Tell me what he's done wrong...

    People aren't tried and convicted in the court of public opinion. Nor is a meme bomb proof.

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    • #77
      Originally posted by superbowlman View Post
      Time to thank the Democrats for this impeachment. Impeachment has been a huge success for the GOP and for Trump. The GOP and Trump are now stronger then ever. Thank you Democrats for your help. Four more years of Trump! Four more years of greatness!
      I warned them. This idiocy similarly backfired when the GOP impeached Bill Clinton.

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      • #78
        Originally posted by TonyR View Post
        Oh another cutely edited video intentionally lacking the context of his full statement. Don't you know propaganda when you see it, butt hole?

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        • #79
          Originally posted by Taco John View Post

          Of course not. There was nothing in the Mueller report that implicated Trump in anything, and any amount of scrutiny of the report ends up leading a bread-crumb trail straight to Hillary's doorstep.

          I suppose I already know the answer to my rhetorical question. I guess what I wonder is how you guys rationalize it. And apparently it's capitulation. I don't see any way you can hope to defeat Trump in November given this. There is no popular backlash against him that is going to sweep the left into power. Just the opposite. The backlash is working in Trump's favor.

          The guy has failed his way into victory after victory, and you guys think it's all one giant cosmic accident. It's silly.

          He's playing the world for fools.
          You obviously did not read the Mueller report TJ. Section 2 was quite clear about the Obstruction of justice that Donald John Trump was not only privy to, but ordered by. That McGahn was blocked from testifying to Congress about them due to lawsuits that have been hamstrung by the White house lawyers and the corrupt and slow court system, does not mean they didn't happen.

          Section 1 also did not find a conspiracy by the Trump campaign, but did find that 27 or more distinct individuals involved with it were more than happy to use information and data that they knew was stolen from the DNC and published through wikileaks, and that they appeared to have been knowledgeable about the data to be published prior to wikileaks releases. Or do Roger Stone , Manafort, Cohen and others not ring a bell? Mueller simply couldn't prove that Trump was involved since Trump as a smart mob boss never texts or uses written words to give his orders. ( although it is likely that Trump lied about his knowledge in his written statements, since he said he could not remember as answer to over 20 of Muellers written questions). A very stable genius indeed...although one that can't remember things from 3 months ago apparently. Or maybe just a perjurer and con man!

          Keep sucking his dong. You obviously like it.

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          • #80
            Trump has his own page at PolitiFact keeping track of all his lies. It goes on for pages and pages. Meanwhile, all his cohorts are in jail, but yeah, he told the truth and he's innocent.

            https://www.politifact.com/factcheck...p&ruling=false

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            • #81
              Originally posted by nyuk nyuk View Post

              People aren't tried and convicted in the court of public opinion. Nor is a meme bomb proof.
              You see, this is what we're talking about. You didn't want to hear the evidence. John Bolton, Lev Parnas, and others were ready to talk about what happened, under oath, but you guys said no. Don't wanna hear it. You can try to suppress the truth all you want, but eventually it's all going to come out. It always does.

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              • #82
                Let's not forget this:

                When President Trump’s Treasury Department proposed lifting sanctions on companies tied to the Russian oligarch Oleg Deripaska in December Secretary Steven Mnuchin vowed that the firms would be forced to “significantly diminish Deripaska’s ownership and sever his control.”

                But, the New York Times is now reporting that Treasury’s promises were illusory: “The deal contains provisions that free [Deripaska] from hundreds of millions of dollars in debt while leaving him and his allies with majority ownership of his most important company.”

                This is a dark twist in a sub-plot of Trump administration’s love story with the Russia of Vladimir Putin. Deripaska has been called “Putin’s favorite industrialist” and also had contentious and longstanding ties to now-jailed former Trump campaign manager Paul Manafort. Manafort — who had received $10 million loan from Deripaska — offered to give the aluminum magnate “private briefings” on the state of the presidential race in the summer of 2016.
                https://www.rollingstone.com/politic...-trump-782332/


                Oh, and this:

                A longtime US lobbyist for the Russian oligarch Oleg Deripaska visited Julian Assange nine times at the Ecuadorian embassy in London last year, according to visitor logs seen by the Guardian. https://www.theguardian.com/media/20...imes-last-year

                Yeah. but forget all that. Trump is innocent and he's telling the truth...

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                • #83
                  Originally posted by Mile High Salute View Post

                  You see, this is what we're talking about. You didn't want to hear the evidence. John Bolton, Lev Parnas, and others were ready to talk about what happened, under oath, but you guys said no. Don't wanna hear it. You can try to suppress the truth all you want, but eventually it's all going to come out. It always does.
                  Bolton contended that the House “committed impeachment malpractice,” drawing some grumbling from the audience, saying "the process drove Republicans who might have voted for impeachment away because it was so partisan.” He also said he didn't expect the Senate to vote against having him testify.
                  https://www.yahoo.com/news/bolton-te...035659031.html

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                  • #84
                    Looks like Bolton isnt their hero anymore.

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                    • #85
                      If Trump is doing so terrible, why is Obama trying to take credit for it?

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                      • #86
                        Originally posted by toiletbowlman View Post
                        If Trump is doing so terrible, why is Obama trying to take credit for it?
                        Um, because he understands basic economics?

                        Of all the fake tRump supporter profiles that have magically appeared on the forum lately, yours is one of the most boring.

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                          • #88
                            If trump wiped his ass with the constitution then why did he not flush the toilet ?

                            hey, great defense !

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