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Sep 9, 2022 12:57:57   #
336Robin Loc: North Carolina
 
It's very likely that Donald Trump will be found guilty of a violation of the 14th Amendment.
It would disqualify him as a candidate for President in 2024.



CBS News
Former Trump White House lawyer thinks Trump violated 14th Amendment
Major Garrett
Fri, September 9, 2022 at 6:00 AM

Ty Cobb, who was a White House lawyer during former President Donald Trump's administration, suspects the Justice Department investigation into whether Trump mishandled White House documents — some of them highly classified — is really about a broader inquiry into potential crimes related to the Jan. 6, 2021, Capitol riot and efforts to overturn the 2020 election.

"It is about the bigger picture, the Jan. 6 issues, the fake electors, the whole scam with regard to the 'big lie' and the attempts to…cling to the presidency in a desperate fashion," Cobb said on this week's episode of "The Takeout" podcast.


A clue for Cobb, a former federal prosecutor, was the scope of the warrant authorized to search Trump's Mar-a-Lago compound.

"The search warrant is unusually large and broad," Cobb told CBS chief Washington correspondent Major Garrett. "It's very, very comprehensive in terms of the types of documents that the government could take."

"For example, you can take any box that has a document. You can take any box adjacent to a box that has it," he said. "Those are pretty broad parameters."

Cobb represented the White House during special counsel Robert Mueller's investigation into suspected Trump collusion with Russian entities in the runup to the 2016 election. That investigation yielded no charges against Trump.

Garrett asked Cobb about his White House experience watching Trump deal with documents – routine or classified.

"The president…was cautioned many times about not tearing up documents," Cobb said. "In my own experience, I have to say, there wasn't really anything quite as consequential as the press reports that I've read. I saw him tear up newspaper articles which sadly, some staffer would have to tape back together at the end of the day. I saw him tear up inconsequential documents, but I never saw him tear up a classified document or something that was important."

As for Trump's legal future, Cobb said he does not believe the documents investigation is the biggest threat.

"I think the president is in serious legal water, not so much because of the search, but because of the obstructive activity he took in connection with the Jan. 6 proceeding," Cobb said. "I think that and the attempts to interfere in the election count in Georgia, Arizona, Pennsylvania and perhaps Michigan. That was the first time in American history that a president unconstitutionally attempted to remain in power illegally."

Cobb says he thinks the possibility of an indictment against Trump is "very high."

In response to a question about Trump's attempts to deny the outcome of the 2020 election and overturn the results, Cobb, based on his extensive working relationship with Trump, said, "I believe former President Trump to be a deeply wounded narcissist, and he is often incapable of acting other than in his perceived self-interest or for revenge," Cobb said. "I think those are the two compelling instincts that guide his actions."

Cobb also thinks that Trump's actions around the Jan. 6 attack on the Capitol could lead him to be barred from running for the presidency again.

"There is a simple way to disqualify President Trump," Cobb said. "He clearly violated the 14th Amendment of the Constitution's Article III when he gave aid and comfort and three hours of inaction with regard to what was happening on the grounds of the Capitol. That clearly gave aid and comfort to the insurrectionists."

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Sep 9, 2022 13:01:35   #
Wonttakeitanymore
 
336Robin wrote:
It's very likely that Donald Trump will be found guilty of a violation of the 14th Amendment.
It would disqualify him as a candidate for President in 2024.



CBS News
Former Trump White House lawyer thinks Trump violated 14th Amendment
Major Garrett
Fri, September 9, 2022 at 6:00 AM

Ty Cobb, who was a White House lawyer during former President Donald Trump's administration, suspects the Justice Department investigation into whether Trump mishandled White House documents — some of them highly classified — is really about a broader inquiry into potential crimes related to the Jan. 6, 2021, Capitol riot and efforts to overturn the 2020 election.

"It is about the bigger picture, the Jan. 6 issues, the fake electors, the whole scam with regard to the 'big lie' and the attempts to…cling to the presidency in a desperate fashion," Cobb said on this week's episode of "The Takeout" podcast.


A clue for Cobb, a former federal prosecutor, was the scope of the warrant authorized to search Trump's Mar-a-Lago compound.

"The search warrant is unusually large and broad," Cobb told CBS chief Washington correspondent Major Garrett. "It's very, very comprehensive in terms of the types of documents that the government could take."

"For example, you can take any box that has a document. You can take any box adjacent to a box that has it," he said. "Those are pretty broad parameters."

Cobb represented the White House during special counsel Robert Mueller's investigation into suspected Trump collusion with Russian entities in the runup to the 2016 election. That investigation yielded no charges against Trump.

Garrett asked Cobb about his White House experience watching Trump deal with documents – routine or classified.

"The president…was cautioned many times about not tearing up documents," Cobb said. "In my own experience, I have to say, there wasn't really anything quite as consequential as the press reports that I've read. I saw him tear up newspaper articles which sadly, some staffer would have to tape back together at the end of the day. I saw him tear up inconsequential documents, but I never saw him tear up a classified document or something that was important."

As for Trump's legal future, Cobb said he does not believe the documents investigation is the biggest threat.

"I think the president is in serious legal water, not so much because of the search, but because of the obstructive activity he took in connection with the Jan. 6 proceeding," Cobb said. "I think that and the attempts to interfere in the election count in Georgia, Arizona, Pennsylvania and perhaps Michigan. That was the first time in American history that a president unconstitutionally attempted to remain in power illegally."

Cobb says he thinks the possibility of an indictment against Trump is "very high."

In response to a question about Trump's attempts to deny the outcome of the 2020 election and overturn the results, Cobb, based on his extensive working relationship with Trump, said, "I believe former President Trump to be a deeply wounded narcissist, and he is often incapable of acting other than in his perceived self-interest or for revenge," Cobb said. "I think those are the two compelling instincts that guide his actions."

Cobb also thinks that Trump's actions around the Jan. 6 attack on the Capitol could lead him to be barred from running for the presidency again.

"There is a simple way to disqualify President Trump," Cobb said. "He clearly violated the 14th Amendment of the Constitution's Article III when he gave aid and comfort and three hours of inaction with regard to what was happening on the grounds of the Capitol. That clearly gave aid and comfort to the insurrectionists."
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Demonrats give aid and comfort to murderors

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Sep 9, 2022 13:01:50   #
Wonttakeitanymore
 
Wonttakeitanymore wrote:
Demonrats give aid and comfort to murderors


These are patriots

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Sep 9, 2022 13:05:08   #
Jim0001 Loc: Virginia, USA
 
Wonttakeitanymore wrote:
Demonrats give aid and comfort to murderors


SO TRUE....Michael Byrd who cold bloodedly murdered the unarmed Ashli Babbitt never even had charges filed against him. Totally exonerated from any blame by the Speaker of the House. But one example.

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Sep 9, 2022 13:09:39   #
WinkyTink
 
336Robin wrote:
It's very likely that Donald Trump will be found guilty of a violation of the 14th Amendment.
It would disqualify him as a candidate for President in 2024.



CBS News
Former Trump White House lawyer thinks Trump violated 14th Amendment
Major Garrett
Fri, September 9, 2022 at 6:00 AM

Ty Cobb, who was a White House lawyer during former President Donald Trump's administration, suspects the Justice Department investigation into whether Trump mishandled White House documents — some of them highly classified — is really about a broader inquiry into potential crimes related to the Jan. 6, 2021, Capitol riot and efforts to overturn the 2020 election.

"It is about the bigger picture, the Jan. 6 issues, the fake electors, the whole scam with regard to the 'big lie' and the attempts to…cling to the presidency in a desperate fashion," Cobb said on this week's episode of "The Takeout" podcast.


A clue for Cobb, a former federal prosecutor, was the scope of the warrant authorized to search Trump's Mar-a-Lago compound.

"The search warrant is unusually large and broad," Cobb told CBS chief Washington correspondent Major Garrett. "It's very, very comprehensive in terms of the types of documents that the government could take."

"For example, you can take any box that has a document. You can take any box adjacent to a box that has it," he said. "Those are pretty broad parameters."

Cobb represented the White House during special counsel Robert Mueller's investigation into suspected Trump collusion with Russian entities in the runup to the 2016 election. That investigation yielded no charges against Trump.

Garrett asked Cobb about his White House experience watching Trump deal with documents – routine or classified.

"The president…was cautioned many times about not tearing up documents," Cobb said. "In my own experience, I have to say, there wasn't really anything quite as consequential as the press reports that I've read. I saw him tear up newspaper articles which sadly, some staffer would have to tape back together at the end of the day. I saw him tear up inconsequential documents, but I never saw him tear up a classified document or something that was important."

As for Trump's legal future, Cobb said he does not believe the documents investigation is the biggest threat.

"I think the president is in serious legal water, not so much because of the search, but because of the obstructive activity he took in connection with the Jan. 6 proceeding," Cobb said. "I think that and the attempts to interfere in the election count in Georgia, Arizona, Pennsylvania and perhaps Michigan. That was the first time in American history that a president unconstitutionally attempted to remain in power illegally."

Cobb says he thinks the possibility of an indictment against Trump is "very high."

In response to a question about Trump's attempts to deny the outcome of the 2020 election and overturn the results, Cobb, based on his extensive working relationship with Trump, said, "I believe former President Trump to be a deeply wounded narcissist, and he is often incapable of acting other than in his perceived self-interest or for revenge," Cobb said. "I think those are the two compelling instincts that guide his actions."

Cobb also thinks that Trump's actions around the Jan. 6 attack on the Capitol could lead him to be barred from running for the presidency again.

"There is a simple way to disqualify President Trump," Cobb said. "He clearly violated the 14th Amendment of the Constitution's Article III when he gave aid and comfort and three hours of inaction with regard to what was happening on the grounds of the Capitol. That clearly gave aid and comfort to the insurrectionists."
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If you're drowning, you don't clutch no straw.

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Sep 9, 2022 13:23:19   #
Liberty Tree
 
Wonttakeitanymore wrote:
Demonrats give aid and comfort to murderors


I will no longer waste time reading these far out posts that are just opinions.

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Sep 9, 2022 13:28:13   #
American Vet
 
336Robin wrote:
It's very likely that Donald Trump will be found guilty of a violation of the 14th Amendment.
It would disqualify him as a candidate for President in 2024.



CBS News
Former Trump White House lawyer thinks Trump violated 14th Amendment
Major Garrett
Fri, September 9, 2022 at 6:00 AM

Ty Cobb, who was a White House lawyer during former President Donald Trump's administration, suspects the Justice Department investigation into whether Trump mishandled White House documents — some of them highly classified — is really about a broader inquiry into potential crimes related to the Jan. 6, 2021, Capitol riot and efforts to overturn the 2020 election.

"It is about the bigger picture, the Jan. 6 issues, the fake electors, the whole scam with regard to the 'big lie' and the attempts to…cling to the presidency in a desperate fashion," Cobb said on this week's episode of "The Takeout" podcast.


A clue for Cobb, a former federal prosecutor, was the scope of the warrant authorized to search Trump's Mar-a-Lago compound.

"The search warrant is unusually large and broad," Cobb told CBS chief Washington correspondent Major Garrett. "It's very, very comprehensive in terms of the types of documents that the government could take."

"For example, you can take any box that has a document. You can take any box adjacent to a box that has it," he said. "Those are pretty broad parameters."

Cobb represented the White House during special counsel Robert Mueller's investigation into suspected Trump collusion with Russian entities in the runup to the 2016 election. That investigation yielded no charges against Trump.

Garrett asked Cobb about his White House experience watching Trump deal with documents – routine or classified.

"The president…was cautioned many times about not tearing up documents," Cobb said. "In my own experience, I have to say, there wasn't really anything quite as consequential as the press reports that I've read. I saw him tear up newspaper articles which sadly, some staffer would have to tape back together at the end of the day. I saw him tear up inconsequential documents, but I never saw him tear up a classified document or something that was important."

As for Trump's legal future, Cobb said he does not believe the documents investigation is the biggest threat.

"I think the president is in serious legal water, not so much because of the search, but because of the obstructive activity he took in connection with the Jan. 6 proceeding," Cobb said. "I think that and the attempts to interfere in the election count in Georgia, Arizona, Pennsylvania and perhaps Michigan. That was the first time in American history that a president unconstitutionally attempted to remain in power illegally."

Cobb says he thinks the possibility of an indictment against Trump is "very high."

In response to a question about Trump's attempts to deny the outcome of the 2020 election and overturn the results, Cobb, based on his extensive working relationship with Trump, said, "I believe former President Trump to be a deeply wounded narcissist, and he is often incapable of acting other than in his perceived self-interest or for revenge," Cobb said. "I think those are the two compelling instincts that guide his actions."

Cobb also thinks that Trump's actions around the Jan. 6 attack on the Capitol could lead him to be barred from running for the presidency again.

"There is a simple way to disqualify President Trump," Cobb said. "He clearly violated the 14th Amendment of the Constitution's Article III when he gave aid and comfort and three hours of inaction with regard to what was happening on the grounds of the Capitol. That clearly gave aid and comfort to the insurrectionists."
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LOL

Just can't post much without mentioning President Trump:



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Sep 9, 2022 13:39:35   #
keepuphope Loc: Idaho
 
336Robin wrote:
It's very likely that Donald Trump will be found guilty of a violation of the 14th Amendment.
It would disqualify him as a candidate for President in 2024.



CBS News
Former Trump White House lawyer thinks Trump violated 14th Amendment
Major Garrett
Fri, September 9, 2022 at 6:00 AM

Ty Cobb, who was a White House lawyer during former President Donald Trump's administration, suspects the Justice Department investigation into whether Trump mishandled White House documents — some of them highly classified — is really about a broader inquiry into potential crimes related to the Jan. 6, 2021, Capitol riot and efforts to overturn the 2020 election.

"It is about the bigger picture, the Jan. 6 issues, the fake electors, the whole scam with regard to the 'big lie' and the attempts to…cling to the presidency in a desperate fashion," Cobb said on this week's episode of "The Takeout" podcast.


A clue for Cobb, a former federal prosecutor, was the scope of the warrant authorized to search Trump's Mar-a-Lago compound.

"The search warrant is unusually large and broad," Cobb told CBS chief Washington correspondent Major Garrett. "It's very, very comprehensive in terms of the types of documents that the government could take."

"For example, you can take any box that has a document. You can take any box adjacent to a box that has it," he said. "Those are pretty broad parameters."

Cobb represented the White House during special counsel Robert Mueller's investigation into suspected Trump collusion with Russian entities in the runup to the 2016 election. That investigation yielded no charges against Trump.

Garrett asked Cobb about his White House experience watching Trump deal with documents – routine or classified.

"The president…was cautioned many times about not tearing up documents," Cobb said. "In my own experience, I have to say, there wasn't really anything quite as consequential as the press reports that I've read. I saw him tear up newspaper articles which sadly, some staffer would have to tape back together at the end of the day. I saw him tear up inconsequential documents, but I never saw him tear up a classified document or something that was important."

As for Trump's legal future, Cobb said he does not believe the documents investigation is the biggest threat.

"I think the president is in serious legal water, not so much because of the search, but because of the obstructive activity he took in connection with the Jan. 6 proceeding," Cobb said. "I think that and the attempts to interfere in the election count in Georgia, Arizona, Pennsylvania and perhaps Michigan. That was the first time in American history that a president unconstitutionally attempted to remain in power illegally."

Cobb says he thinks the possibility of an indictment against Trump is "very high."

In response to a question about Trump's attempts to deny the outcome of the 2020 election and overturn the results, Cobb, based on his extensive working relationship with Trump, said, "I believe former President Trump to be a deeply wounded narcissist, and he is often incapable of acting other than in his perceived self-interest or for revenge," Cobb said. "I think those are the two compelling instincts that guide his actions."

Cobb also thinks that Trump's actions around the Jan. 6 attack on the Capitol could lead him to be barred from running for the presidency again.

"There is a simple way to disqualify President Trump," Cobb said. "He clearly violated the 14th Amendment of the Constitution's Article III when he gave aid and comfort and three hours of inaction with regard to what was happening on the grounds of the Capitol. That clearly gave aid and comfort to the insurrectionists."
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Kamala gave aid and comfort to all the terrorist Antifa after the burned down and looted Americans businesses. Isn't the white house supposed to be the people's house and our representatives supposed to push the people's agenda who elected them not their own agenda?

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Sep 9, 2022 13:40:53   #
Liberty Tree
 
American Vet wrote:
LOL

Just can't post much without mentioning President Trump:


That is what he paid to do

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Sep 9, 2022 13:40:53   #
GoldBone215
 
336Robin wrote:
It's very likely that Donald Trump will be found guilty of a violation of the 14th Amendment.
It would disqualify him as a candidate for President in 2024.



CBS News
Former Trump White House lawyer thinks Trump violated 14th Amendment
Major Garrett
Fri, September 9, 2022 at 6:00 AM

Ty Cobb, who was a White House lawyer during former President Donald Trump's administration, suspects the Justice Department investigation into whether Trump mishandled White House documents — some of them highly classified — is really about a broader inquiry into potential crimes related to the Jan. 6, 2021, Capitol riot and efforts to overturn the 2020 election.

"It is about the bigger picture, the Jan. 6 issues, the fake electors, the whole scam with regard to the 'big lie' and the attempts to…cling to the presidency in a desperate fashion," Cobb said on this week's episode of "The Takeout" podcast.


A clue for Cobb, a former federal prosecutor, was the scope of the warrant authorized to search Trump's Mar-a-Lago compound.

"The search warrant is unusually large and broad," Cobb told CBS chief Washington correspondent Major Garrett. "It's very, very comprehensive in terms of the types of documents that the government could take."

"For example, you can take any box that has a document. You can take any box adjacent to a box that has it," he said. "Those are pretty broad parameters."

Cobb represented the White House during special counsel Robert Mueller's investigation into suspected Trump collusion with Russian entities in the runup to the 2016 election. That investigation yielded no charges against Trump.

Garrett asked Cobb about his White House experience watching Trump deal with documents – routine or classified.

"The president…was cautioned many times about not tearing up documents," Cobb said. "In my own experience, I have to say, there wasn't really anything quite as consequential as the press reports that I've read. I saw him tear up newspaper articles which sadly, some staffer would have to tape back together at the end of the day. I saw him tear up inconsequential documents, but I never saw him tear up a classified document or something that was important."

As for Trump's legal future, Cobb said he does not believe the documents investigation is the biggest threat.

"I think the president is in serious legal water, not so much because of the search, but because of the obstructive activity he took in connection with the Jan. 6 proceeding," Cobb said. "I think that and the attempts to interfere in the election count in Georgia, Arizona, Pennsylvania and perhaps Michigan. That was the first time in American history that a president unconstitutionally attempted to remain in power illegally."

Cobb says he thinks the possibility of an indictment against Trump is "very high."

In response to a question about Trump's attempts to deny the outcome of the 2020 election and overturn the results, Cobb, based on his extensive working relationship with Trump, said, "I believe former President Trump to be a deeply wounded narcissist, and he is often incapable of acting other than in his perceived self-interest or for revenge," Cobb said. "I think those are the two compelling instincts that guide his actions."

Cobb also thinks that Trump's actions around the Jan. 6 attack on the Capitol could lead him to be barred from running for the presidency again.

"There is a simple way to disqualify President Trump," Cobb said. "He clearly violated the 14th Amendment of the Constitution's Article III when he gave aid and comfort and three hours of inaction with regard to what was happening on the grounds of the Capitol. That clearly gave aid and comfort to the insurrectionists."
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CBS Campaign Biden Station the same lame stream corporate media that spewed out the UNITY that Biden was going to bring to 🇺🇸😂😂😂😵‍💫🙄Trump derangement syndrome still living rent free in the cranial cavities of democrats 😫🥴😩😵‍💫🙄

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Sep 9, 2022 13:42:02   #
RandyBrian
 
336Robin wrote:
It's very likely that Donald Trump will be found guilty of a violation of the 14th Amendment.
It would disqualify him as a candidate for President in 2024.



CBS News
Former Trump White House lawyer thinks Trump violated 14th Amendment
Major Garrett
Fri, September 9, 2022 at 6:00 AM

Ty Cobb, who was a White House lawyer during former President Donald Trump's administration, suspects the Justice Department investigation into whether Trump mishandled White House documents — some of them highly classified — is really about a broader inquiry into potential crimes related to the Jan. 6, 2021, Capitol riot and efforts to overturn the 2020 election.

"It is about the bigger picture, the Jan. 6 issues, the fake electors, the whole scam with regard to the 'big lie' and the attempts to…cling to the presidency in a desperate fashion," Cobb said on this week's episode of "The Takeout" podcast.


A clue for Cobb, a former federal prosecutor, was the scope of the warrant authorized to search Trump's Mar-a-Lago compound.

"The search warrant is unusually large and broad," Cobb told CBS chief Washington correspondent Major Garrett. "It's very, very comprehensive in terms of the types of documents that the government could take."

"For example, you can take any box that has a document. You can take any box adjacent to a box that has it," he said. "Those are pretty broad parameters."

Cobb represented the White House during special counsel Robert Mueller's investigation into suspected Trump collusion with Russian entities in the runup to the 2016 election. That investigation yielded no charges against Trump.

Garrett asked Cobb about his White House experience watching Trump deal with documents – routine or classified.

"The president…was cautioned many times about not tearing up documents," Cobb said. "In my own experience, I have to say, there wasn't really anything quite as consequential as the press reports that I've read. I saw him tear up newspaper articles which sadly, some staffer would have to tape back together at the end of the day. I saw him tear up inconsequential documents, but I never saw him tear up a classified document or something that was important."

As for Trump's legal future, Cobb said he does not believe the documents investigation is the biggest threat.

"I think the president is in serious legal water, not so much because of the search, but because of the obstructive activity he took in connection with the Jan. 6 proceeding," Cobb said. "I think that and the attempts to interfere in the election count in Georgia, Arizona, Pennsylvania and perhaps Michigan. That was the first time in American history that a president unconstitutionally attempted to remain in power illegally."

Cobb says he thinks the possibility of an indictment against Trump is "very high."

In response to a question about Trump's attempts to deny the outcome of the 2020 election and overturn the results, Cobb, based on his extensive working relationship with Trump, said, "I believe former President Trump to be a deeply wounded narcissist, and he is often incapable of acting other than in his perceived self-interest or for revenge," Cobb said. "I think those are the two compelling instincts that guide his actions."

Cobb also thinks that Trump's actions around the Jan. 6 attack on the Capitol could lead him to be barred from running for the presidency again.

"There is a simple way to disqualify President Trump," Cobb said. "He clearly violated the 14th Amendment of the Constitution's Article III when he gave aid and comfort and three hours of inaction with regard to what was happening on the grounds of the Capitol. That clearly gave aid and comfort to the insurrectionists."
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If three hours of supposed 'inaction' (deemed so by the Democrats) constitute aid and comfort to the rioters (deemed insurrectionists by Democrats), then WHAT THE HECK is NINETEEN months of doing NOTHING about the porous southern border? WHAT THE HECK is leaving billions of dollars of war machines in the hands of the Taliban and ISIS?
The Democrats had better think twice before opening THAT door. It will not be the first time they initiated things that bit later bit THEM in the rear.

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Sep 9, 2022 13:53:38   #
elledee
 
Wonttakeitanymore wrote:
Demonrats give aid and comfort to murderors


And Healthcare and bond money

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Sep 9, 2022 13:54:43   #
elledee
 
RandyBrian wrote:
If three hours of supposed 'inaction' (deemed so by the Democrats) constitute aid and comfort to the rioters (deemed insurrectionists by Democrats), then WHAT THE HECK is NINETEEN months of doing NOTHING about the porous southern border? WHAT THE HECK is leaving billions of dollars of war machines in the hands of the Taliban and ISIS?
The Democrats had better think twice before opening THAT door. It will not be the first time they initiated things that bit later bit THEM in the rear.

He'll yeah take it to em

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Sep 9, 2022 14:20:42   #
Weswill
 
Please name me one rioter that has been charged as an insurectionist. No one has been charged as insurectionists concerning the Jan. 6 riot. So what insurectionists are you talking about whi you claim Trump helped out??
Who has the responsibility of securing the Capitol? Let me see,,, the house speaker,the senate majority leader, the DC chief of police and the mayor of DC. If anyone abaded or helped or comforted the rioters it would be the above mentioned people not Trump. They had a more responsible role in allowing what happened on Jan 6 than Trump. They plainly failed at their job of securing the capitol. So why not put your focus there where it should be rather than on Trump??
This is just another wasteful attempt to hopefully get something on Trump that would keep him from running again.
You all act like this was the first time an election was challenged and that all that happened was illegal or unconstitutional. In fact the constitution gives us the right to do just that. It does not say anything about us not being able to do this. Even on Jan 6 it is in the constitution that we have a right to reject states electoral votes. It even gives us the procedures to do that. So all this is just talk.

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Sep 9, 2022 14:32:34   #
permafrost Loc: Minnesota
 
Jim0001 wrote:
SO TRUE....Michael Byrd who cold bloodedly murdered the unarmed Ashli Babbitt never even had charges filed against him. Totally exonerated from any blame by the Speaker of the House. But one example.


when an insurrectionist determined to murder the VP and speaker of the house is breaking into the capital of our nation they must be shot.. and shoot to kill is the order of the day on such and attack.. Byrd only error was to stop pulling the trigger..

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