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Given 5 more years of nominations the conservative federal judges will likely be the greatest longest lasting achievement of Trump's Presidency.


It’s why I voted for him in 2016. I’m voting for him in 2020 because he’s exceeded all of my expectations of making America greater!




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Dear lord, it was like clubbing baby seals. He crushed them.

You realize of course, that in the distorted reality in which the Left inhabits, it was the other way around.
I don’t worry about what the idiot leftists think.

You should. "Know thine enemy."

Knowing and Worrying are 2 very different things.
 
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So why don't the REP's just hold their own "public" testimony/hearings?? Beat them sunsabitches at their own games...
Why don't all the Repub's band together and completely boycott all participation in this BS. No committee interviews, no Repub members showing up for impeachment hearings, nothing. Total and complete blackout of the process. Let the Dem's own it lock-stock-and barrel. See if they can sustain it with zero Repub participation.


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Listen to Alan Dershowitz's remark in this clip. Y'know, Dershowitz is not a conservative. He's a lefty, but he's one of the few leftists who has not lost their mind over Trump. I don't think CNN will even have him on air anymore, because he tries to be objective.

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I saw that on tonight's show. I would not say that Alan Dershowitz is a "Lefty", but he is a strong Liberal (although more like what Liberals used to be some years back). However, he is a strict believer in the Rule of Law and that the Constitution is the supreme law of the land. Even when he does not like a law he is a strong defender that it must be enforced. (His view is that if the law is flawed, it must be changed, not disobeyed.)

I don't always (or even often) agree with his stance on situations, but I do respect his absolute adherence to the law, and that everyone is subject to it, D or R. He is a man of principle, and there are not enough of those around.

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Is there another copy of the Alan Dershowitz video out there?


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New video up now

In order for the truth of the travesty of the unlawful behavior of the left to be widely acknowledged and become accepted truth, much time will have to pass- a generation, perhaps more.
The people responsible for these shameful acts will never admit what they have done. It will be necessary for this generation to pass from public service and perhaps pass from this existence before a new generation, detached from the blind emotion of these leftist fools in 2019, to be able to see the truth.

There's a fancy latin phrase used by lawyers- res ipsa loquitur. It means "the thing speaks for itself". Exclusive of opinion and testimony, the facts of a matter reveal the truth. These facts are layed out before us now, but in order for the truth of what is happening to be known, these things will have to be viewed through the prism of history.

The next generation of Americans, or perhaps even the generation after them, will have at their disposal all the details of this dark time in this nation's history, and even though mom and dad or grandma and grandpa will be remembering the glory of their "resistance", later generations will be able to say "No, that's not what really happened. What really happened is that you tried to overthrow a duly-elected President of the United States, and you should be ashamed of yourselves, and those in government responsible for these unlawful, unconstitutional acts should have been prosecuted for sedition." And even though the parents or grandparents will vehemently deny that they did anything wrong, the fact of the matter will speak for itself.

I won't be around to see it, but history will acquit President Trump and his supporters, and history will indict the lawless conspirators. Donald Trump shall be vindicated, and so shall we, his supporters.

In between now and then, we may have to fight a civil war to restore the Constitution and the rule of law, and if such a war must occur, it will be on the head of every leftist and every deep state bureaucrat who spit on this nation and its Constitution.
 
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I'm not a lawyer, so maybe this is a naive question, but: aren't there laws against saying, outright, that you are staging a coup to remove from office a duly elected president?

If not, what does "sedition" mean?

I understand your point, Para, that the wild emotionality of these times throws everything into confusion, but if the laws clearly exist, why can't those who do see what is going on take action on the basis of those laws? Isn't that why law exists? To cut through irrationality and protect the principles of our nation's founding?


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I'm not a lawyer, so maybe this is a naive question, but: aren't there laws against saying, outright, that you are staging a coup to remove from office a duly elected president?

If not, what does "sedition" mean?

I understand your point, Para, that the wild emotionality of these times throws everything into confusion, but if the laws clearly exist, why can't those who do see what is going on take action on the basis of those laws? Isn't that why law exists? To cut through irrationality and protect the principles of our nation's founding?


I am just as frustrated as you are Joe- but I think the 1st amendment would cover that. Maybe there are specific laws that would apply, such as Rico and other things, but on its face, a straight up call for a coup is probably protected speech. it is when it is part of the formation of a conspiracy that it loses the shield.

Threatening someone under Secret Service protection is not truly free speech if I understand it all correctly.

I am tired of feeling like my cat with a laser pointer with regards to all the details of the crap coming out. I truly believe this to be the worst thing in our country's political history.

I hope when things are finally presented, that there is the stomach to take it to criminal proceedings, convictions and jail time.

Seeing what is starting to turn with Eric Ciaramella gives me lots of hope.

I have donated to our President Trump. Will do so again when I can afford to.


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I wish I had the same faith in future generations that Para has. A part of me really hopes I have many, many years ahead of me because I want to see what the future holds on many fronts but in some ways the future scares the hell out of me. For the time being I'll be happy with corruption exposed and four more years of President Trump.
 
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Rome. 5th Century AD. It was fun while it lasted.



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Imagine that if in 1942, the majority of Americans had the same defeatist attitude as some of you.

You're right, guys. Be cynical. Be depressed. What's the use? All is lost.
 
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Rome. 5th Century AD. It was fun while it lasted.


Yep. And things have been complete and utter shit ever since. Razz
 
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Hello Para- I have hope and plenty of it. My patience is wearing thin, but I do have hope. This situation with the president has opened my eyes so far I think my eyelids are on top of my head.


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I'd like to hear from one of our lawyers here about whether there are specific, clear laws against initiating a coup (not merely calling for one) to remove from office a duly elected president. I find it hard to believe that there are NOT such laws. In other words, that a group could initiate a coup-- and publicly admit to it-- yet remain within the protection of the law. Is that possible?

And, DJ Boston: "I truly believe this to be the worst thing in our country's political history."

I would say that domestically it is the worst thing since the Civil War-- which was immeasurably worse than what we are dealing with now.

But I have been wondering this: We all know that the coup begins with Barack Obama and Hillary Clinton, at the top. I wonder whether those who know the full scale of it all are sort of paralysed by the magnitude of what they would trigger if-- just imagine it-- Obama were hauled off to prison. And once they begin applying the law to the whole crew of traitors, how could they exempt any, especially those at the top?


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I don't know why the whistle blower is being afforded protection. The transcript disproved what he supposedly alleged so he's just a liar, not a whistle blower.
 
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I don't know why the whistle blower is being afforded protection. The transcript disproved what he supposedly alleged so he's just a liar, not a whistle blower.


He's not even close to a legit whistleblower. Especially since we now know he colluded with Schiff before even submitting his complaint. And we also know he's a long time dem ball fondler.


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I wonder whether those who know the full scale of it all are sort of paralysed by the magnitude of what they would trigger if-- just imagine it-- Obama were hauled off to prison. And once they begin applying the law to the whole crew of traitors, how could they exempt any, especially those at the top?

You’re right, hauling Zippy the Wonder Putz off to prison would cause a lot of craziness. Perhaps hanging would be a better punishment.
 
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it is when it is part of the formation of a conspiracy that it loses the shield.


we are yet to actually see the official NON leftist GDC response to this clown car kabuki gestapo operetta. They think it is done in 1 Act.

The Second Act is coming soon.


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Watching the Dems put their asshattery into overdrive gives me hope that the DOJ is really about to drop a huge hammer on the fascists.
 
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