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If anyone is a pedophile, it’s a Joe Biden supporter. There’s tons of video available featuring the demented old man touching and sniffing women and children while they flinch and writhe uncomfortably. Yet, eighty-one million people allegedly voted for him.

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So, if you think there’s something bad about using Ivermectin, you’re probably a brainwashed idiot.
Its literally for sheep.

Where's all the video you claim exists? My Pillow Guys storage locker?

1. Nazi's and Communists historically launch wars against the free press and media.

2. Q anon is bullshit

3. Your doctorate in microbiology and virology was earned where?

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I've had a few political books to read over the Trump era. Avoiding the most directly to do with Trump. Except I read the Cohen book. Now I ordered the last of the Woodward books. I had planned to move on, put this behind. But it is hard to ignore Trump till 2024 when he will become irrelevant. Provided the Democrats do not lose the house and senate in 2022, I will move on to the other two Woodward books.


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The Woodward books are the best researched and written imho

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Cyber Ninjas could change the outcome or provide proof of any kind of Trump's claims. Pedro, Disco Boy and leash k ow Trump's a liar but still suck his balls anyways. Textbook cult.


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Cyber Ninjas could change the outcome or provide proof of any kind of Trump's claims.
By mishandling the ballots, and often taking them out of public view, Cyber Ninjas set themselves up to cook the books. There was enormous pressure on them to cook the books. If they hope to get more business from Republican clients, they really needed to cook the books. And yet, they did not cook the books. In fact, Biden's margin of victory got a tiny bit larger (Biden gained votes, while Trump lost votes), reflecting the general amount of movement that recounts tend to produce (around .001%). It is not exactly clear why Cyber Ninjas came to Jesus. The obvious guess, however, is that CEO Doug Logan realized he was playing with fire, and was exposing himself and his firm to possible fraud charges.

Even if Cyber Ninjas, et al., want to bury this, it may already have grown beyond their control. A judge has ordered the firm to release text messages and other documents related to the audit. Thus far, Logan & Co. have refused. Generally speaking, people who have nothing to hide don't end up on the wrong side of an order to produce evidence. And people with nothing to hide definitely don't defy said order. So, the book on this one isn't closed quite yet.

meanwhile . . . What's wrong with this picture?

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You might notice that the broad trend is murder rates going up under Republican presidents, and going down under Democrats (7 years of decreases under Bill Clinton, 6 years of decreases under Barack Obama). More significant, however, is that the chart has no data about Joe Biden at all. It couldn't, since he's still in the midst of his first year in office. That grim 30% spike on the far right came in 2020, and thus was entirely under the leadership of one Donald John Trump. Oops. As you can imagine, McEnany was roasted on Twitter before deleting the tweet.


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The level of stupidity of that Kaleigh McEnany is awesome, out of anything I could imagine.
She can't even check the data before accusing Biden.
A neat trap for Trump fans as stupid as she is.

When lie's so big...
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Senate Judiciary Committee issues sweeping report detailing how Trump and a top DOJ lawyer attempted to overturn 2020 election
By Katelyn Polantz and Zachary Cohen, CNN

Updated 11:20 AM ET, Thu October 7, 2021
https://www.cnn.com/2021/10/07/politics/senate-judiciary-committee-investigation-trump-2020-election/index.html

Washington (CNN) The Senate Judiciary Committee on Thursday released a sweeping report about how former President Donald Trump and a top lawyer in the Justice Department attempted to overturn the 2020 presidential election.

Trump directly asked the Justice Department nine times to undermine the election result, and his chief of staff Mark Meadows broke administration policy by pressuring a Justice Department lawyer to investigate claims of election fraud, according to the report, which is based on witness interviews of top former Justice Department officials.

The Democratic-led committee also revealed that White House counsel Pat Cipollone threatened to quit in early January as Trump considered replacing then-acting Attorney General Jeffrey Rosen with Jeffrey Clark, a DOJ lawyer who supported election fraud conspiracies.

After the eight-month investigation, the findings highlight the relentlessness of Trump and some of his top advisers as they fixated on using the Justice Department to prop up false conspiracies of election fraud. The committee report, the most comprehensive account so far of Trump's efforts to overturn the election, described his conduct as an abuse of presidential power.

Soon after the release of the report Thursday morning, Republican Sen. Chuck Grassley's office issued a GOP version, which pushes back on the Democrats' findings and defends Trump, saying he "listened to his senior advisors and followed their advice and recommendations."

Appearing on CNN's "New Day" Thursday morning, Senate Judiciary Chairman Dick Durbin, an Illinois Democrat, said the US was a "half a step away from a constitutional crisis, a full-blown constitutional crisis" and explained the events unfolded in three phases.

"First phase, Trump goes to court. Loses every lawsuit, which claims there was voter fraud in the election. Next, he decides he has to take over the Department of Justice and the attorney general, and have the attorney general push this narrative on to the states to tell them to stop from sending in their Electoral College vote totals. When that failed -- and our report goes into graphic detail of the efforts that were made -- the third step was to turn the mob loose on the Capitol the day we were counting the ballots," Durbin said, referring to the January 6 riot.

DOJ lawyer was crucial player, Democrats say

The 400-page report by Senate Democrats, entitled "Subverting Justice," slams the actions of Clark, who they say became a crucial player in Trump's attempt to use the Justice Department for his political gain.

The Senate Judiciary Committee announced on Thursday they were referring him to the DC Bar for a review of his professional conduct, citing rules that bar attorneys from assisting in fraud and interfering with the administration of justice.

The committee said it has not yet made findings of possible criminality, since their investigation is not complete. Clark has not been charged with any crime, and an attorney for Clark didn't immediately respond to a request for comment.

Clark was not interviewed by the committee. Instead, top Justice Department officials described in interviews his and Trump's plans to overturn the election.

Clark had pushed Rosen and Richard Donoghue, then the second-in-command at the Justice Department, to use the Justice Department to announce election fraud investigations and ask state leaders in Georgia to appoint electors, potentially disregarding the certified popular vote. Clark began making the pitch in late December after speaking with Trump directly, the committee found.

The Senate committee wrote he may have had assistance from "lower-level allies" within the Justice Department and even attempted to bargain with Rosen on his plan, saying he would turn down a chance at taking Rosen's place if Rosen would agree to support his Georgia elector initiative.

"Clark's proposal to wield DOJ's power to override the already-certified popular vote reflected a stunning distortion of DOJ's authority: DOJ protects ballot access and ballot integrity, but has no role in determining which candidate won a particular election," the committee wrote.
Donoghue and Rosen both testified to the committee.

'Leave the rest to me'

The series of interactions between the President and Rosen and Donoghue began in mid-December with an Oval Office meeting, included several phone calls and continued through January 3.
In multiple calls, Trump claimed there was election fraud in Pennsylvania and Arizona -- both states he lost -- telling Rosen "people are saying" and asking the Justice Department to look into the rumors, according to the committee.
Trump also told the DOJ leadership, "You guys aren't following the internet the way I do," according to both Donoghue and Rosen.

Rosen told the President the department "can't and won't just flip a switch and change the election." That prompted Trump to simply ask for an official Justice announcement that the election was corrupt and then "leave the rest to me and the [Republican] Congressmen," the committee report noted.

The department hadn't found any widespread fraud in the election, and simultaneously Trump's campaign was filing lawsuits to throw out millions of votes in the swing states.

Trump had Rosen and Clark vie for the attorney general's job during the nearly three-hour meeting on January 3 before deciding not to replace Rosen with Clark, the report found. It also details how discussions about Clark's plan in Georgia became inextricably linked to talks about him replacing Rosen.

"According to Rosen, Trump opened the meeting by saying, 'One thing we know is you, Rosen, aren't going to do anything to overturn the election,'" the report says.

"Over the course of the next three hours, the group had what Donoghue called 'a wide-ranging conversation' focused on whether Trump should replace DOJ's leadership, install Clark in Rosen's place, and send Clark's proposed letter—and whether Clark was even qualified to assume the Acting Attorney General position. Rosen and Donoghue told us that by this point, Clark's proposed letter and his potential role as Acting Attorney General were intertwined," it adds.

Threat of mass resignations at Justice Department

The report goes on to note that at some point during the meeting, Donoghue and Assistant Attorney General for the Office of Legal Counsel Steve Engel made clear that there would be mass resignations at DOJ if Trump moved forward with replacing Rosen with Clark -- something he told the committee was "important context" for the then-president as he weighed his decision.

Donoghue and Rosen also recalled White House lawyers Cipollone and Patrick Philbin pushing back on the plan to replace Rosen with Clark, with Cipollone calling Clark's letter a "murder-suicide pact" and the two White House lawyers indicating that they would also resign, according to the report.

Despite the threat of mass resignations, Trump "continued for some time to entertain the idea of installing Clark in Rosen's place," the report notes. It also says that Donoghue told the panel that Trump did not reject Clark's course of action until "'very deep into the conversation,' within the final 15 minutes of the two- to three-hour meeting."

CNN previously reported that Rosen, during his closed-door interview with the committee, spoke of numerous interactions with Clark, but much of the focus of his testimony was on five episodes where Clark went out of the chain of command to push the fraud claims -- including the January 3 White House meeting.

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Trump Shares His Thoughts On Golden Showers In Bonkers Off-Script Moment
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https://www.yahoo.com/now/trump-shares-thoughts-golden-showers-080306066.html?guccounter=1&guce_referrer=aHR0cHM6Ly93d3cuZ29vZ2xlLmNvbS8&guce_referrer_sig=AQAAACknyrcT9bMgPUvguuGvGxuHZvj3Xtvj8cHg3H0vN04cY7kNLF-pdARUD2IHG9af8NrDKU7cqy-CX-EYvnWCq7vn56deHCbsy1ShqwmAEFqocrgekqtC4nFBe8dmdm_Kiwlyogmz8jOLEPE9PFXsP-tbZicdp-7uUixiIr8W07er

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Former President Donald Trump went off on a bizarre tangent on Thursday where he denied enjoying “golden showers” and even suggested that former first lady Melania Trump would agree it’s not something he’d like.

“I’m not into golden showers,” Trump said unprompted in a private speech at the National Republican Senatorial Committee retreat, according to The Washington Post. “You know the great thing, our great first lady — ‘That one,’ she said, ‘I don’t believe that one.’”

Trump was referring to one of the most salacious allegations in the unverified dossier compiled by former British spy Christopher Steele: the existence of a so-called “pee-pee tape.” The dossier claimed that Trump, while staying at the Ritz-Carlton in Moscow in 2013, hired prostitutes to perform a golden showers show on the hotel bed, where then-President Barack Obama had previously stayed.

Ex-FBI director James Comey, who was famously fired by Trump, wrote in his book that the former president had an obsessive interest in the allegation.

“I’m a germaphobe,” Trump told him, per the book. “There’s no way I would let people pee on each other around me. No way.”

The notion that such a tape might exist ― recorded, supposedly, by Russian intelligence ― became fodder for late-night television, often mentioned on shows such as “Saturday Night Live” and “The Daily Show.” “Late Show” host Stephen Colbert even rented that same hotel suite during a trip to Moscow.

Earlier this week, Trump attempted to distance himself from the various allegations in the dossier and in his two impeachments, calling them “phony stuff” when he suddenly started riffing on golden showers.
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It probably wasn't real piss--only theater piss.

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It probably wasn't real piss--only theater piss.


or may be locker room piss, Donald loves the locker room.....

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There was an email that came to light during the Russia Investigation from a Russian Oligarch to someone in the Cheat-O's orbit that said they should to not worry about the video he had it and it would never be released... :idea:


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Holy Hell !! :shock:

Do you people still believe in a proven fake narrative bought and paid for by the party and media of your choice ??

:cry: Yeah , you still do and somehow you're ok with how your lives and minds are being totally controlled.


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Holy Hell !! :shock:

Do you people still believe in a proven fake narrative bought and paid for by the party and media of your choice ??

:cry: Yeah , you still do and somehow you're ok with how your lives and minds are being totally controlled.



Actually pedro nothing the Steele Dossier has ever been "proven" false, one item about Michael Cohen going to Prague was thought to be false but he had actually traveled to a near by city in that area at the time the document said and in fact nearly 50% has been proven "True" you really need to go deeper than listening to people on your favorite TV and YouTube channels flapping there gums, please seek out the facts... :idea:


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Holy Hell !! :shock:

Do you people still believe in a proven fake narrative bought and paid for by the party and media of your choice ??

:cry: Yeah , you still do and somehow you're ok with how your lives and minds are being totally controlled.

If it's not true then maybe Trump should stop talking about it. If you go door to door telling everyone in your neighborhood that you aren't a thief,
you might raise some suspicion.

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Poor Pedro...
Debunked again !
Well, it's only routine . . .

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Holy Hell !! :shock:

Do you people still believe in a proven fake narrative bought and paid for by the party and media of your choice ??

:cry: Yeah , you still do and somehow you're ok with how your lives and minds are being totally controlled.


Why would you care? Nothing else about worthless failure lying scamming ripoff racist Trump and his criminal scumbaggery ( including raping children) kept you from only worshipping him more. Fucking religious nutcase Nazi cultists who want Theocratic fascism in America.


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Former U.S. president Donald Trump launches 'TRUTH' social media platform

By Dan Whitcomb
October 21, 20211:21 AM PDTLast Updated a day ago
https://www.reuters.com/world/us/former-us-president-donald-trump-launches-new-social-media-platform-2021-10-21/

LOS ANGELES, Oct 20 (Reuters) - Former U.S. President Donald Trump will launch his own social media app, TRUTH Social, that he said would "stand up to Big Tech" companies such as Twitter and Facebook that have barred him from their platforms.

TRUTH Social will be created through a new company formed by a merger of the Trump Media and Technology Group and a special acquisition company (SPAC), according to a press release distributed by both organizations.

“We live in a world where the Taliban has a huge presence on Twitter, yet your favorite American President has been silenced. This is unacceptable," Trump said in a written statement included in the release.

"I am excited to send out my first TRUTH on TRUTH Social very soon. TMTG was founded with a mission to give a voice to all. I'm excited to soon begin sharing my thoughts on TRUTH Social and to fight back against Big Tech," he said.

The social network, set for a beta launch next month and full rollout in the first quarter of 2022, is the first of three stages in the company's plans, followed by a subscription video-on-demand service called TMTG+ that will feature entertainment, news and podcasts, according to the news release.

In a slide deck on its website, the company envisions eventually competing against Amazon.com's AWS cloud service and Google Cloud.

A Trump representative who declined to be named confirmed the contents of the TMTG news release to Reuters. Trump spokesperson Liz Harrington also tweeted a copy.

"For so long, Big Tech has suppressed conservative voices," the former president's son, Donald Trump Jr., told Fox News in an interview. "Tonight my father signed a definitive merger agreement to form what will ultimately be the Trump Media and Technology Group and TRUTH Social - a platform for everyone to express their feelings."

Twitter, Facebook and other social media platforms banned Trump from their services after hundreds of his supporters rioted at the U.S. Capitol on Jan. 6.

That protest came after a speech by Trump in which he falsely claimed that his November election loss was due to widespread fraud, an assertion rejected by multiple courts and state election officials.

The deal will list Trump Media & Technology Group on Nasdaq through a merger with Digital World Acquisition Corp, a blank-check acquisition firm led by former investment banker Patrick Orlando.

Trump Media & Technology Group will receive $293 million in cash that Digital World Acquisition Corp had in trust, assuming no shareholder of the acquisition firm chooses to redeem their shares, according to the statement.

Orlando, who has worked at Deutsche Bank and BT Capital Markets, has launched at least four SPACs and has plans for two more, according to his firm's website and regulatory filings.

But none of the SPACs have completed a deal yet. A China-based SPAC that Orlando led failed last month to complete a merger with Giga Energy Inc that would have valued the transportation solutions provider at $7.3 billion, because it could not deliver the cash required, according to regulatory filings.

Shareholder redemptions reduce the amount of cash that Digital World Acquisition Corp will have available to give to Trump Media & Technology Group at the closing of the deal.

The companies said in the statement that the completion of the merger is subject to redemptions not exceeding an agreed minimum cash requirement. The statement did not disclose what the requirement is, though that detail is typically contained in a regulatory filing that should follow on Thursday.

The deal values Trump Media & Technology Group at $875 million, including debt, according to the news release.

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