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10-21-2019, 05:37 AM

Another fine rape session occurred last week when Pelosi nixed the impeachment vote.

By all accounts it left the left wanting more.

The surprise death of Cummings truly had them thrashing and quivering.


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10-21-2019, 06:34 AM

It is definitely a bad thing for the country that the biggest offering they have is tied to how the repubs are badbad.

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They do, because it's all they have. They lost the 2016 election, and have cried tears ever since. They have no plan, no strategy, that would do any good, so they have been the party of impeachment ever since Trump set foot in the White House. The off year election is always a crap shoot, and I dare the dems to impeach Trump, as they will lose the House, and the White House.

Can I put it more simply? The liberals, democrats, socialists, whatever you want to call them are babies. They whine and cry when they don't get their way, have no clue, and want everything free, and to taste good. They are not good for this country. Fortunately, we have checks, balances, and Trump.

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10-21-2019, 06:59 AM

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It was my honor to get up early this morning and answer this before my retired self goes back to bed for an extension of rest.

This so called schlonging as WGDave so calls it might come in the form of the
Republicans bending over and having to take what they have been biotching for all along.

Using the tools they've put to the purposes of lying, cheating and deception they've
managed to leave only one tool left to clip the wings of a corrupt enterprise and that
is impeachment. Oh but that's not all that going to happen here, not by a long shot.

The jig is really up boys. When this process happens, its transparent to the whole
country how it happened and why it happened and will be on every tv screen
nationwide. Peoples eyes will be opened and the truth will set free many voters
from the lies told to them.

That isn't going to work out well for the upcoming election in November of 2019 and
the one beyond it in 2020.

Many outgoing Republicans will have nothing to lose by voting for impeachment.

Now why would they do that? Well the Trump movement will have come and taken
away their cushy jobs with perks out the wazoo.

So you expect that they are just going to lay down and move out of town back to
Dullardsville where they aren't special anymore?

How do you think we are going to keep them down on the farm, when they've seen Paris?

If you expect that's how its going to roll you don't know anything about human nature.

They are going to use their weight to stick a fork in everything they can on the way
out of town and they'll call it Patriotism and for the established party that got them
there in the first place.

Their hari kari will be on display as they trip the switch on the explosives they're
wearing and blow the whole mess to smithereens.

You're getting ready to watch Nancy put out a dumpster fire that low functioning Trumpers started.

The system is going to right itself and its going to be a purification by fire set in
motion by the Founding Fathers for the disrespectful asses they knew could rise up
and sadly they even put Christianity in the middle of it.

But this time there will be even more safe stops put into place to make sure that this
doesn't happen again and those safe stops will be advertising tools to use to gain
votes for the up coming two elections.

The Democrats will put forth legislation that reigns in the freedoms the President
once had and puts everything he does on review for criminal conspiracy and how
will people not want that?

So piss on your boot, its on fire boys and you don't know it. You'll get used to the smell of
urine and you'll come to like it, cause wet means you're safe and you won't be able
to count on the Fire Dept to save your ass because your folks cut their budget.

Drink up Boys! Funnyhaha! Nancy has your back!

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10-21-2019, 07:00 AM

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Pure poetry.
Apparently you are not familiar with poetry.


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Delusion in it's purest form. Unbelievable!
  
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Apparently you are not familiar with poetry.
Free verse, maybe? He appeared a little groggy from just waking up, so give him some slack.
  
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10-21-2019, 08:05 AM

Years ago I worked with a woman that a supervisor absolutely had it out for her. He'd constantly harass her. In all seriousness she should've been fired because she was on drugs, but she was the niece of a big wig and he didn't know that.

He'd think he fired her and she'd come waltzing back in a few days later laughing at him. About the third time she did it I could see him just furious and I laughed telling him that she keeps making you eat shit and you keep running back for more. This isn't much different.


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10-21-2019, 11:04 AM

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It would seem so based on the historical evidence created over the past 3 years.

The latest is Ukraine
I wonder if you still think this same thing now as close to a month has passed and other historical evidence has come to light (including that some 'evidence' was indeed 'created,' by the Ukrainian billionaire Dmitry Firtash, and who he is and who has been working for him in this matter has become clearer).

The Pentagon was concerned that withholding the military aid was illegal. They researched it. They found it was.

The WH career budget staff was concerned that their ordering the holding back of the funding would be illegal. After they stated their concerns, the withholding paperwork formalities were tasked to the new political appointee who did not know what they knew to have concerns himself (or didn't care).

Before the whistleblower went to the IC IG, he/she first reported his concerns to the CIA Counsel. That counsel made a criminal referral to the DOJ. After the IC IG (and the DNI) received the WB complaint, both of them made criminal referrals to the DOJ.

The National Security Adviser John Bolton was against the deal being made, called it, figuratively, like 'a drug deal' Rudy and company were preparing, and instructed his senior deputy to raise the issue with the National Security Council's counsel as either a criminal or national security/counter-intelligence matter (or both).

Bolton was kept off of this now infamous call, became furious when he learned of it, but found he could not get the records of the call. Because WH lawyers had ordered it placed into a special TS/SCI server as a way to start the coverup, although it was in no way so highly classified.

This text message from Ambassador Taylor at the time has been made public:

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"I think it's crazy to withhold security assistance for help with a political campaign," Bill Taylor, the US's Chargés d'Affaires in Ukraine, said in a group text message with Volker and the US ambassador to the European Union Gordon Sondland.
In reply, Sondland said 'call me,' wanting to get the comms on the issue out of written form.

When Sen. Ron Johnson was concerned over what was the holdup about, he asked Amb. Sondland, who told him it was being delayed until Ukraine agreed to look into Burisma and the Bidens.

Rudy Giuliani disclosed that Ambassador Volker had put him in touch "with Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky's aides at the request of the State Department," and Volker resigned the next day.

Note, the Pentagon and career budget officials' concern that withholding the money would be illegal was not based on the further illegal quid pro quo reason (which they did not know). The WH had instructed all to say it wasn't really being withheld at all, just delayed by 'an inter-agency review' process (although that was a lie, and no such review took place).

Acting Chief of Staff Mick Mulvaney is furiously backpedalling to say he didn't say what he said, live on nationally broadcast television, which was essentially 'you're damn right we ordered the code red [q-p-q]-- we do it all the time, so get over it.'

I will give you some slack for the OP, which did not have this historical evidence available. But now that it is available, again, do you still think the same way now? I do not think it has aged well at all. If you do, I would say you have an over-used, to the point of prolapsed, mental orifice yourself. Reamed out to where it no longer can hold a thought, which just leaks right out. Ew.


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10-21-2019, 11:09 AM

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Most Republicans could care less about any allegations against Trump.
Most Republicans don't pay attention to the allegations anymore because the have been proven lies over and over again. Do you remember the story about the boy who cried wolf? How about this one.... Ooooh what big lies you have, Speaker Pelosi!


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10-21-2019, 11:29 AM

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I wonder if you still think this same thing now as close to a month has passed and other historical evidence has come to light (including that some 'evidence' was indeed 'created,' by the Ukrainian billionaire Dmitry Firtash, and who he is and who has been working for him in this matter has become clearer).

The Pentagon was concerned that withholding the military aid was illegal. They researched it. They found it was.

The WH career budget staff was concerned that their ordering the holding back of the funding would be illegal. After they stated their concerns, the withholding paperwork formalities were tasked to the new political appointee who did not know what they knew to have concerns himself (or didn't care).

Before the whistleblower went to the IC IG, he/she first reported his concerns to the CIA Counsel. That counsel made a criminal referral to the DOJ. After the IC IG (and the DNI) received the WB complaint, both of them made criminal referrals to the DOJ.

The National Security Adviser John Bolton was against the deal being made, called it, figuratively, like 'a drug deal' Rudy and company were preparing, and instructed his senior deputy to raise the issue with the National Security Council's counsel as either a criminal or national security/counter-intelligence matter (or both).

Bolton was kept off of this now infamous call, became furious when he learned of it, but found he could not get the records of the call. Because WH lawyers had ordered it placed into a special TS/SCI server as a way to start the coverup, although it was in no way so highly classified.

This text message from Ambassador Taylor at the time has been made public:



In reply, Sondland said 'call me,' wanting to get the comms on the issue out of written form.

When Sen. Ron Johnson was concerned over what was the holdup about, he asked Amb. Sondland, who told him it was being delayed until Ukraine agreed to look into Burisma and the Bidens.

Rudy Giuliani disclosed that Ambassador Volker had put him in touch "with Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky's aides at the request of the State Department," and Volker resigned the next day.

Note, the Pentagon and career budget officials' concern that withholding the money would be illegal was not based on the further illegal quid pro quo reason (which they did not know). The WH had instructed all to say it wasn't really being withheld at all, just delayed by 'an inter-agency review' process (although that was a lie, and no such review took place).

Acting Chief of Staff Mick Mulvaney is furiously backpedalling to say he didn't say what he said, live on nationally broadcast television, which was essentially 'you're damn right we ordered the code red [q-p-q]-- we do it all the time, so get over it.'

I will give you some slack for the OP, which did not have this historical evidence available. But now that it is available, again, do you still think the same way now? I do not think it has aged well at all. If you do, I would say you have an over-used, to the point of prolapsed, mental orifice yourself. Reamed out to where it no longer can hold a thought, which just leaks right out. Ew.
As usual your posting is dishonest, this time by omission and misrepresentation...you just can't help being unethical - your TDS won't let you..

  
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10-21-2019, 03:40 PM

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As usual your posting is dishonest, this time by omission and misrepresentation...you just can't help being unethical - your TDS won't let you..
Thanks for at least trying to show me an example of what you've been claiming.

I don't think your prior claim in chief is true at all (or even offered in good faith as a mistaken opinion, considering how wrong it is), but I am certainly willing to consider anything you wish to show as evidence for it.

Unfortunately for the goal of proving your (I argue, unwarranted, but certainly a violation of the board rules) personal attack on me is true, this one doesn't work. In fact, it seems to more show that you are the one being dishonest by omission, and so, unethical yourself. Quelle surprise! [Narrator's voice over: "Actually, he was not surprised, at all."]

Because, you must know that four to five hours transpired between the first text and the reply you quote. And that during that time, Sondland called the WH and asked Mr. Trump directly what to say, and then merely repeated what he told him to say. Sondland has explained that he was not saying that as to his own knowledge, didn't know if it was true, but only that it is what he was told (to say).

So, per Sondland's later admissions, there is zero evidentiary value in his hours' later text reply (except, in effect, 'Mr. Trump (just) denied that.') Which he had just done within an hour or hours of the delayed text reply, which Sondland did not disclose at that time.

It was itself part of a clean up effort. A clean up effort of what everyone there knew and was saying on comms. A clean up effort of what Ambassador Sondland directly told Sen. Ron Johnson (R-WI), a Trump loyalist, when Johnson asked why the funds were being withheld (according to Johnson's own statement).

I would normally leave this next part out, because it has no evidentiary value and posts cannot really go on without limit and that means not everything that is possible to mention gets mentioned, but you seem to want to manufacture fault so I'll mention it this time.

Yes, Sen. Johnson said that when he raised it to Mr. Trump, he said Mr. Trump denied it strongly, vociferously, and angrily, saying he would NEVER EVER do such a thing!!! Perps denying what they did is not uncommon, though. How is that evidence that rebuts Sondland's honest answer to Sen. Johnson, and how is Sondland repeating a similar denial to the other ambassador any better evidence of the truth? Obviously, it isn't. If it is, in your opinion, that is no reason to say I'm lying by omission or being unethical. Especially since your own omission is key to your claim on the Sondland text reply, and calling anyone unethical for no true reason is unethical and in bad faith itself.

What the TWO Mr. Trump denials are evidence of is knowledge of guilt by Mr. Trump, and accordingly, his desire to lie about what he was doing. They corroborate the evidence that the Pentagon, the Office of Management and Budget career professionals', the CIA Counsel, the IC IG, the Director of National Intelligence, and the National Security Adviser, believed crimes had occurred in these actions (and in real time, refused to participate or reported up to legal authorities), because Mr. Trump himself knew these were crimes and so, directed his people to lie about them.

I notice you didn't mention all the evidence that so many who became knowledgeable about this decided it was or might be criminal. Go and omit no more, yourself, omitter.


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Thanks for at least trying to show me an example of what you've been claiming.

I don't think your prior claim in chief is true at all (or even offered in good faith as a mistaken opinion, considering how wrong it is), but I am certainly willing to consider anything you wish to show as evidence for it.

Unfortunately for the goal of proving your (I argue, unwarranted, but certainly a violation of the board rules) personal attack on me is true, this one doesn't work. In fact, it seems to more show that you are the one being dishonest by omission, and so, unethical yourself. Quelle surprise! [Narrator's voice over: "Actually, he was not surprised, at all."]

Because, you must know that four to five hours transpired between the first text and the reply you quote. And that during that time, Sondland called the WH and asked Mr. Trump directly what to say, and then merely repeated what he told him to say. Sondland has explained that he was not saying that as to his own knowledge, didn't know if it was true, but only that it is what he was told (to say).

So, per Sondland's later admissions, there is zero evidentiary value in his hours' later text reply (except, in effect, 'Mr. Trump (just) denied that.') Which he had just done within an hour or hours of the delayed text reply, which Sondland did not disclose at that time.

It was itself part of a clean up effort. A clean up effort of what everyone there knew and was saying on comms. A clean up effort of what Ambassador Sondland directly told Sen. Ron Johnson (R-WI), a Trump loyalist, when Johnson asked why the funds were being withheld (according to Johnson's own statement).

I would normally leave this next part out, because it has no evidentiary value and posts cannot really go on without limit and that means not everything that is possible to mention gets mentioned, but you seem to want to manufacture fault so I'll mention it this time.

Yes, Sen. Johnson said that when he raised it to Mr. Trump, he said Mr. Trump denied it strongly, vociferously, and angrily, saying he would NEVER EVER do such a thing!!! Perps denying what they did is not uncommon, though. How is that evidence that rebuts Sondland's honest answer to Sen. Johnson, and how is Sondland repeating a similar denial to the other ambassador any better evidence of the truth? Obviously, it isn't. If it is, in your opinion, that is no reason to say I'm lying by omission or being unethical. Especially since your own omission is key to your claim on the Sondland text reply, and calling anyone unethical for no true reason is unethical and in bad faith itself.

What the TWO Mr. Trump denials are evidence of is knowledge of guilt by Mr. Trump, and accordingly, his desire to lie about what he was doing. They corroborate the evidence that the Pentagon, the Office of Management and Budget career professionals', the CIA Counsel, the IC IG, the Director of National Intelligence, and the National Security Adviser, believed crimes had occurred in these actions (and in real time, refused to participate or reported up to legal authorities), because Mr. Trump himself knew these were crimes and so, directed his people to lie about them.

I notice you didn't mention all the evidence that so many who became knowledgeable about this decided it was or might be criminal. Go and omit no more, yourself, omitter.
Saying you're unethical isn't a personal attack you poor snowflake (wait, was that one...only to snowflakes) - it's an observation of fact. You are inherently dishonest...any objective observer can see it. And yes, this latest example of your unethical dishonesty works - it's a lie by omission, of which you should know better...but your TDS has rotted your brain.
  
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