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26Well... - Page 2 Empty Re: Well... 1/19/2021, 3:17 pm

Telstar

Telstar
She reminds me of this right wing fart sack. Once upon a time I had a crush on this dizzy right wing SNL skank. I thought she was playing the part of a dumb blond but now I know it's no act. Are all people from Florida as dumb as this? Oh I get it, it's just the white, right wing terrorist that are dying for a bullet to smash into their empty heads. They say MAGA hats make great targets. Twisted Evil


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27Well... - Page 2 Empty Re: Well... 1/19/2021, 8:18 pm

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28Well... - Page 2 Empty Re: Well... 1/20/2021, 12:27 am

PkrBum

PkrBum
It's absurd that NOW violence is a concern to comrades. Can you be less self-aware?

29Well... - Page 2 Empty Re: Well... 1/20/2021, 2:56 am

Telstar

Telstar
PkrBum wrote:It's absurd that NOW violence is a concern to comrades. Can you be less self-aware?




Can you be any less sensitive? What if that was your son or daughter being crushed by the rabid mob of White Power Terrorist savages. Maybe they need to ban all medications in Michigan so that drug fiends like you will shrivel up and die as a result from your own self abuse.


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30Well... - Page 2 Empty Re: Well... 1/21/2021, 8:52 pm

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Insurrection Timeline — First the Coup and Then the Cover-Up

(updated)

The House has impeached President Trump for inciting an insurrection. What's next? (Updated: January 18, 2021)

BY STEVEN HARPER | JANUARY 13, 2021

https://billmoyers.com/story/insurrection-timeline-first-the-coup-and-then-the-cover-up-updated/?fbclid=IwAR3SKMbLjoa0Ky3_i_pk1Nw0tI9hXuNy7oEd9AKjQhbFZ67hQ0LEO3gpQKo

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31Well... - Page 2 Empty Re: Well... 1/23/2021, 8:05 pm

Floridatexan

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Shell companies and ‘dark money’ may hide details of Trump ties to DC protests

By Anna Massoglia

January 22, 2021 8:50 am

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https://www.opensecrets.org/news/2021/01/trump-tied-to-dc-protests-dark-money-and-shell-companies/

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32Well... - Page 2 Empty Re: Well... 1/23/2021, 8:40 pm

Floridatexan

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Records: Trump Allies Behind Rally That Ignited Capitol Riot

The riot at the Capitol, incited by Trump’s comments before and during his speech at the Ellipse, has led to a reckoning unprecedented in American history.

Richard Lardner and Michelle R. Smith

https://www.huffpost.com/entry/records-trump-allies-behind-rally-that-ignited-capitol-riot_n_60058fbec5b6ffcab9665984?ncid=newsltushpmgnews

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This article goes into greater depth on the payola. Trump funneled money into this...his last great stand. How pathetic. Every time I think of him, I think of Limbo. How low can you go?

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33Well... - Page 2 Empty Re: Well... 1/30/2021, 4:41 pm

Floridatexan

Floridatexan

Publix Super Market Heiress Spent $300,000 on Jan. 6 ‘Stop the Steal’ Rally: WSJ

The Jan. 6 protest in D.C. that preceded the Capitol insurrection was funded in large part by Julie Jenkins Fancelli, a mega Trump donor and the heiress to the Publix Super Markets company. According to the Wall Street Journal, Fancelli donated $300,000 to Trump’s campaign fund for the event, which covered more than half of the costs for the rally at which former President Trump perpetuated the lie that the election had been stolen and encouraged his supporters to “fight like hell.”

Far-right activist Alex Jones coordinated the donation from Fancelli and pledged to donate $50,000 to the rally himself in exchange for a desirable speaking slot, according to documents acquired by the WSJ. Fancelli asked Trump ally Caroline Wren to handle planning for the event, and Wren collaborated with another far-right activist, Ali Alexander, to organize logistics. During the 2020 election campaign, Fancelli donated nearly $1 million to Trump.

Read it at Wall Street Journal

https://www.thedailybeast.com/publix-super-market-heiress-julie-jenkins-fancelli-spent-dollar300k-on-jan-6-trump-rally-wsj-reports

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34Well... - Page 2 Empty Re: Well... 2/3/2021, 11:38 am

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Clarence Thomas' wife apologizes to his former clerks for divide that developed amid fallout over Capitol riot

By Devan Cole and Ariane de Vogue, CNN

Updated 8:04 AM ET, Wed February 3, 2021

https://www.cnn.com/2021/02/02/politics/ginni-thomas-clarence-thomas-supreme-court/index.html

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35Well... - Page 2 Empty Re: Well... 2/3/2021, 3:12 pm

Sal

Sal
Floridatexan wrote:
Clarence Thomas' wife apologizes to his former clerks for divide that developed amid fallout over Capitol riot

By Devan Cole and Ariane de Vogue, CNN

Updated 8:04 AM ET, Wed February 3, 2021

https://www.cnn.com/2021/02/02/politics/ginni-thomas-clarence-thomas-supreme-court/index.html

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"My passions and beliefs are likely shared with the bulk of you, but certainly not all. And sometimes the smallest matters can divide loved ones for too long. Let's pledge to not let politics divide THIS family, and learn to speak more gently and knowingly across the divide,"

TRANSLATION:

“Let’s not bicker over petty differences like who killed who.”

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36Well... - Page 2 Empty Re: Well... 2/9/2021, 10:15 pm

Floridatexan

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https://www.c-span.org/video/?c4944572/house-impeachment-managers-video-compilation-january-6-attack-us-capitol&campaign_id=140&emc=edit_ib_20210210&instance_id=26947&nl=impeachment-briefing&regi_id=57249491&segment_id=51335&te=1&user_id=003b223a2f944c5ae2f41b9b0936a70e

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37Well... - Page 2 Empty Re: Well... 2/10/2021, 6:36 pm

PkrBum

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This is just silly. The constitution plainly states that the chief justice shall preside. It plainly states that a presidential impeachment shall REMOVE and disqualify upon 2/3rds voting for conviction. This is kabuki political theater at best... there's NO chance of conviction. You'd be screaming bloody murder if the tables were turned... and they will someday after this precedent. Impeachment is forever cheapened... congratulations comrades. Rolling Eyes

38Well... - Page 2 Empty Re: Well... 2/10/2021, 11:04 pm

Sal

Sal
PkrBum wrote:This is just silly.
The constitution plainly states that the chief justice shall preside. It plainly states that a presidential impeachment shall REMOVE and disqualify upon 2/3rds voting for conviction. This is kabuki political theater at best... there's NO chance of conviction. You'd be screaming bloody murder if the tables were turned... and they will someday after this precedent. Impeachment is forever cheapened... congratulations comrades. Rolling Eyes

Thanks for prefacing your comments with an accurate description of what was to follow.

Rube.

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39Well... - Page 2 Empty Re: Well... 2/11/2021, 4:14 am

PkrBum

PkrBum
Sal wrote:
PkrBum wrote:This is just silly.
The constitution plainly states that the chief justice shall preside. It plainly states that a presidential impeachment shall REMOVE and disqualify upon 2/3rds voting for conviction. This is kabuki political theater at best... there's NO chance of conviction. You'd be screaming bloody murder if the tables were turned... and they will someday after this precedent. Impeachment is forever cheapened... congratulations comrades. Rolling Eyes

Thanks for prefacing your comments with an accurate description of what was to follow.

Rube.

You can't seriously believe that he'll be convicted of incitement of "insurrection". That doesn't even take into account the constitutional lapses... which I'm sure you care nothing about. You can't be that dumb.

Insurrection? Lol... silly comrades.

40Well... - Page 2 Empty Re: Well... 2/11/2021, 9:39 am

Telstar

Telstar
PkrBum wrote:
Sal wrote:
PkrBum wrote:This is just silly.
The constitution plainly states that the chief justice shall preside. It plainly states that a presidential impeachment shall REMOVE and disqualify upon 2/3rds voting for conviction. This is kabuki political theater at best... there's NO chance of conviction. You'd be screaming bloody murder if the tables were turned... and they will someday after this precedent. Impeachment is forever cheapened... congratulations comrades. Rolling Eyes

Thanks for prefacing your comments with an accurate description of what was to follow.

Rube.

You can't seriously believe that he'll be convicted of incitement of "insurrection". That doesn't even take into account the constitutional lapses... which I'm sure you care nothing about. You can't be that dumb.

Insurrection? Lol... silly comrades.



Good thing this is America. If he tried that crap in Moscow, Putin would chop off his arms and legs and feed the leftovers to hungry wolves.

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41Well... - Page 2 Empty Re: Well... 2/11/2021, 12:57 pm

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In the end it doesn't really matter if Republicans convict, because either way they are fucked.

Either they can acknowledge the mountain of very-clear-to-anyone-who-isn't-a-laughable-idiot evidence and admit that, yeah, their president tried to stage a coup... and thus expose themselves as a party of extremely poor -- even beyond childish -- judgement and massive gullibility. This will piss off their idiot slackjawknuckledragger base, who might even come after them with all their guns and heads-full-of-culty-cult bullshit.

Or, they can keep denying it and let Trump skate and reveal themselves as a hopelessly-corrupt pack of absolutely immoral, integrity-free cowards who do not stand up for this country's laws, Constitution, or the will of the American people.

They're at a crossroads between sacrificing their own integrity to preserve the pathetic con-man who's destroyed them (which is kinda like having a "rally 'round the tumor!" party for a cancer patient), or they can do the right thing... and probably be voted out if not flat-out murdered by a base who they're actually scared of. They let Trump build a crazy, violent cult and now they're terrified of it.

Honestly, they're making the wrong choice. Trump's star is already starting to fade, really quickly, since he's been cut off from media. They're forgetting how quickly Sarah Palin went from being She-Who-Owns-the-Party to sorrowful, embarrassing joke whose website went broke in a few months because nobody freakin' caaaaaaarrrres. Republicans are too short-sighted and chickenshit about gambling with their careers, they'll never take a risk and they'll never see past the right-now. Right-now Trump is still a force in the gutted, guilty, slinking remains of the Republican party, so they're still tying themselves to a loser who's only going to be a BIGGER loser as time goes on. I mean, witness the clownshow that his legal team turned out to be! Very Happy The man's absolutely incompetent. It's not gonna get better.

The only Republicans who are gonna walk away from this looking respectable are the few like Adam Kinzinger, Mitt Romney, Liz Cheney, and the handful of others who had a little courage. The rest are gonna try to appease the Marjorie Taylor Greene wing... and that wing is made up of idiots, lunatics, and cowards who make the party an non-viable choice for any sane, decent person.

So, yeah, the Senate will probably give Trump a free pass. And, by doing so, they'll seal their doom and utterly disgrace their own party for good.

If that's the route they wanna take... have at it. Laughing

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42Well... - Page 2 Empty Re: Well... 2/11/2021, 11:25 pm

Sal

Sal
PkrBum wrote:You can't seriously believe that he'll be convicted of incitement of "insurrection". That doesn't even take into account the constitutional lapses... which I'm sure you care nothing about. You can't be that dumb.

Insurrection? Lol... silly comrades.

Who inspired those Trump supporters who left the Trump rally, wearing Trump apparel, carrying Trump flags, and who chanted “FIGHT FOR TRUMP!!”, as they stormed the Capitol?

We may never know.




Rube.

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43Well... - Page 2 Empty Re: Well... 2/12/2021, 10:07 am

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Trump campaign paid at least $3.5 million to planners of the Jan. 6 rally

Hunter
Daily Kos Staff
Wednesday February 10, 2021 ยท 2:29 PM CST

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Trump supporters clash with police and security forces as they storm the US Capitol in Washington D.C on January 6, 2021. - Demonstrators breeched security and entered the Capitol as Congress debated the a 2020 presidential election Electoral Vote Certification. (Photo by ROBERTO SCHMIDT/AFP via Getty Images)
The Trump team's plan was to assemble a horde of far-right Trump supporters at the Capitol precisely as senators would meet to formalize Biden's win—and they spent millions to make sure it happened.

The insurrection on Jan. 6 was planned by Donald Trump and his allies. It did not occur in a vacuum. Trump broadcast long before the election that if he lost he was going to claim the election was stolen from him. Trump's allies were quoted after his loss, anonymously and not, describing what the "plan" was each step of the way, as they alleged invisible fraud in each swing state Trump lost and came up with each new rationale why the votes from those states should be nullified.

After each state certified its vote totals and electors, the Trump team's game plan was, openly, to demand that Congress itself throw out non-Trump electors in sufficient numbers as to nullify the election itself. A large part of this effort consisted of gathering as many far-far-right Trump supporters as possible in Washington on Jan. 6, the date Congress would formally count the electors, explicitly to pressure Congress into throwing out those electors. Trump himself promoted the effort, as House managers in his second impeachment trial laid out tweet-by-tweet, and the event was explicitly timed to turn the assembled crowd, worked into a froth by multiple speakers and finally Trump himself, toward the U.S. Capitol precisely as Congress began counting those votes.

All of this is known and incontestable. It was reported in real time, over the course of months; we all witnessed it.

Though Trump's team has gone to considerably more effort to hide it, we now know that the Jan. 6 event timed to interfere with the counting of electors in Congress was not just promoted by Trump and his campaign, but financed by it as well. New research by OpenSecrets shows that Trump's 2020 campaign and joint fundraising committees made at least $3.5 million in direct payments to those organizing the Jan. 6 event.

This includes a payment to event planners Event Strategies Inc. on Dec. 15, three weeks before the event.

The point is significant because it demonstrates, yet again, two plain facts about the Jan. 6 "rally." First, that the effort to assemble a mass crowd of demonstrators intent on opposing Congress' formalization of the election results, at exactly the point Congress would be doing that formalization, was planned well in advance—including the attendance of the Trump-supporting violent far right. Second, that the effort was heavily financed by the Trump campaign itself, pouring at least millions into a strategy they hoped would nullify the United States election at the very last opportunity to do so, after all their other attempts had failed. This was not Donald Trump, delusional, ranting in the darkness. This was a planned and organized attempt to nullify the election, carried out by his staff, allies, and complicit Republican lawmakers.

It may have been based on brazen lies and propaganda, but it was a real attempt. The crowd was not in Washington, D.C. on Jan. 6 to merely voice their displeasure over the election results. They had been gathered there to interfere with those results.

The "at least millions" part is because, OpenSecrets says, we may never know exactly how much money Trump's campaign and fundraisers channelled into the staging of the Jan. 6 rally and riot. We know that at least $50 million was spent to promote the "Stop the Steal" campaign itself, in the weeks before Jan. 6, but OpenSecrets reports that Trump's campaign used shell companies to hide "hundreds of millions of dollars" in campaign spending. We know they spent it, but we don't know who they paid those hundreds of millions to.

Because this is the Trump family we are talking about, and because they have surrounded themselves with a collection of the seediest grifters the conservative movement has to offer, it is widely speculated that those shell companies are hiding the straight-up theft of campaign money by Trump and others. But it also looks like the companies were used to intentionally hide the full extent of the campaign's financial support for an attempted insurrection.

Which is no more surprising than any of the rest of it, to be sure. Trump and his allies fully intended to overthrow the government if they could, on Jan. 6. They planned it, they provided financing to make it happen, and they used the gathered crowd as the weapon they intended it to be. It was all pre-planned, and just because it failed—as it was almost certain to—does not erase the intent or the harm. There were multiple deaths inside the U.S. Capitol that day. As they were occurring, Trump and Rudy Giuliani were calling senators, using the violence as a tool to help block certification of Joe Biden as the winner, even as Trump refused to intervene to help send rescue teams to the Capitol.

"The call was cut off," reported CNN of a mid-riot call from Trump to Sen. Tommy Tuberville, "because senators were asked to move to a secure location."

https://www.dailykos.com/stories/2021/2/10/2015190/-Trump-campaign-paid-at-least-3-5-million-to-planners-of-the-January-6-rally?detail=emaildkre

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44Well... - Page 2 Empty Re: Well... 2/12/2021, 2:24 pm

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Sal wrote:
PkrBum wrote:You can't seriously believe that he'll be convicted of incitement of "insurrection". That doesn't even take into account the constitutional lapses... which I'm sure you care nothing about. You can't be that dumb.

Insurrection? Lol... silly comrades.

Who inspired those Trump supporters who left the Trump rally, wearing Trump apparel, carrying Trump flags, and who chanted “FIGHT FOR TRUMP!!”, as they stormed the Capitol?

We may never know.




Rube.

Lmao. The unedited video and direct quotes of dems after the '16 election are hilarious proof of this being kabuki political theater for useful idiots. This has nothing to do with sedition or insurrection. Y'all can stop pretending and your wishful thinking now. Come to terms with your TDS. Gawd comrades are easy... just edit a video to create a narrative and dems are all in. Lol... you're the definition of a rube.

45Well... - Page 2 Empty Re: Well... 2/13/2021, 8:33 am

Telstar

Telstar
PkrBum wrote:
Sal wrote:
PkrBum wrote:You can't seriously believe that he'll be convicted of incitement of "insurrection". That doesn't even take into account the constitutional lapses... which I'm sure you care nothing about. You can't be that dumb.

Insurrection? Lol... silly comrades.

Who inspired those Trump supporters who left the Trump rally, wearing Trump apparel, carrying Trump flags, and who chanted “FIGHT FOR TRUMP!!”, as they stormed the Capitol?

We may never know.




Rube.

Now where did I put my elephant tranquilizers? I can't face my useless life without them.

46Well... - Page 2 Empty Re: Well... 2/13/2021, 3:23 pm

Floridatexan

Floridatexan
Sal wrote:
PkrBum wrote:You can't seriously believe that he'll be convicted of incitement of "insurrection". That doesn't even take into account the constitutional lapses... which I'm sure you care nothing about. You can't be that dumb.

Insurrection? Lol... silly comrades.

Who inspired those Trump supporters who left the Trump rally, wearing Trump apparel, carrying Trump flags, and who chanted “FIGHT FOR TRUMP!!”, as they stormed the Capitol?

We may never know.


Rube.

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47Well... - Page 2 Empty Re: Well... 2/13/2021, 6:22 pm

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Brace your feeeeelings. This was just stupid. Acquitted... again.

https://www.google.com/amp/s/amp.cnn.com/cnn/2021/02/13/politics/senate-impeachment-trial-day-5-vote/index.html

48Well... - Page 2 Empty Re: Well... 2/14/2021, 2:16 am

Telstar

Telstar
PkrBum wrote:Now where did I put my jumbo sized pain killers?

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49Well... - Page 2 Empty Re: Well... 2/14/2021, 1:52 pm

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Sal
PkrBum wrote:Acquitted... again.

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Stay tuned, everyone. Perhaps justice will out in the end.

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