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  posted on 2/16/2020 at 03:58 PM
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Are we talking about being condescending again.??




Actually, I was being "judgemental. So my bad!


It's all good we're all a bit over the top with the entire process and have run to the corners. I think most of us are searching for what the greatest generation created after WWII. As a child of that generation here's what they didn't do that we do. They didn't talk about politics or religion. They didn't accept the absurd or extreme thinking. They had gone through too much(The depression and WWI and WWII) to allow others to talk BS and it be acceptable. They found middle ground...they visited each others and had social clubs. Personal relationships and your word really meant something. They didn't hate you based on your politics or faith because they didn't see the need to discuss those topics. They figured that you already knew what was right wrong and lived as such the rest was static...They paid more in taxes than we do percentage wise and unions were strong. My father was a teamster and he got full med, dental and vision benefits and 2 retirement plans one through the company he worked for and one through the teamsters along with SS. That's how well a truck driver/loading dock worker could live during that time. He made over $20 an hour in the 60's gas was 29cents a gallon and our house payment was $105 a month. Ronny Ray Gun and the GOP didn't like the middle class living like that so they've gutted all of it and now we talk about politics and religion

And *tRump ain't gonna give anyone any of that.

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  posted on 2/17/2020 at 06:28 PM
in the meantime, the U.S. Attorney General said that the President has made it "impossible to do my job". nothing to see here i guess.
 

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  posted on 2/17/2020 at 07:38 PM
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In the meantime, the U.S. Attorney General said that the President has made it "impossible to do my job". nothing to see here i guess.


What, even the U.S. Attorney General is insulting the president now?

 

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  posted on 2/18/2020 at 01:43 AM
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In the meantime, the U.S. Attorney General said that the President has made it "impossible to do my job". nothing to see here i guess.


What, even the U.S. Attorney General is insulting the president now?


Well maybe this thread can now cover Barr's upcoming impeachment that might be coming at him soon...55,000 signatures for his resignation

 

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  posted on 2/18/2020 at 06:56 AM
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In the meantime, the U.S. Attorney General said that the President has made it "impossible to do my job". nothing to see here i guess.


What, even the U.S. Attorney General is insulting the president now?


Well maybe this thread can now cover Barr's upcoming impeachment that might be coming at him soon...55,000 signatures for his resignation


Yet another waste of time given McConnell will torpedo any attempt to impeach Barr should the House actually do so. But it would embarrass Barr on some level I suspect given it would certainly tarnish his legacy. God knows his reputation is already in tatters so why not add his legacy too...

 

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  posted on 2/18/2020 at 08:10 AM
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In the meantime, the U.S. Attorney General said that the President has made it "impossible to do my job". nothing to see here i guess.


What, even the U.S. Attorney General is insulting the president now?


Well maybe this thread can now cover Barr's upcoming impeachment that might be coming at him soon...55,000 signatures for his resignation


Yet another waste of time given McConnell will torpedo any attempt to impeach Barr should the House actually do so. But it would embarrass Barr on some level I suspect given it would certainly tarnish his legacy. God knows his reputation is already in tatters so why not add his legacy too...

I call BS on Barr's comment. He's been Trump's stooge ever since he auditioned for the job. His statements and actions since appointment back that up. He horribly misled the American public on the contents of the Mueller Report. And in the last week, his actions have done nothing to dismiss the fact that he's Trump's guy and following Trump's desires. Barr's unprecented actions have 2000 former DOJ officials & prosecutors calling for his resignation. Additionally, the Judges Association has called for an emergency meeting in the wake of Barr's action into the Roger Stone (Trump crony) case.

Make no mistake about it, Barr is at the top of the swamp creature list and an embarrassment to our expected norms at DOJ.

He needs to be purged so he will no longer overstep and continue to make a mockery of our justice system. This is what the Trump cult got for their vote? This is OK with them? Guess so.

 

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  posted on 2/18/2020 at 09:37 AM
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Well maybe this thread can now cover Barr's upcoming impeachment that might be coming at him soon...55,000 signatures for his resignation


Yet another waste of time given McConnell will torpedo any attempt to impeach Barr should the House actually do so. But it would embarrass Barr on some level I suspect given it would certainly tarnish his legacy. God knows his reputation is already in tatters so why not add his legacy too...


I call BS on Barr's comment.


Barr's "I can't do my job" tweet was 100% BS. If anything, it was a wink to POTUS that "Hey, you really can't FU the courts, jurors, or judges because you can screw up a case. I genuflect to you, but I got this under control. Trust me." Anyone who hadn't signaled Trump in advance would've been fired on the spot for daring to reprimand him.

Stone's case is in jeopardy right now. The defendant is ALWAYS given the benefit of any screw-ups - you know the "innocent until proven guilty" part of the constitution. However, Stone HAD been judged guilty & was merely awaiting sentencing on Thurs until Trump riled everyone up w/a tweet, Barr rushed to change the sentencing recommendations (which the judge reads but makes up her own mind), the 4 DOJ prosecutors withdrew from the case leaving their C+ team in charge, Trump is intimidating the foreperson, Stone's asked for a new trial again, & a witness against Stone is making statements in support of the withdrawn attorneys. There's a conference call today w/the judge & remaining defendants to see if they can even proceed to sentencing on Thursday. This is the judge Stone had in his rifle sight logo on his web site AFTER his arrest. And in the end, Trump will pardon him so he's disrupted a federal case big time for nothing.

Barr, McConnell, & the rest of Trump's acolytes are incapable of embarrassment or concern w/their legacy. These aren't people who can be shamed into doing the right thing. Barr isn't going to be impeached. The only people who get hurt are the regular civil servant lawyers who work for DOJ & now know every single case they have can be tampered w/by POTUS to the point that they could get disbarred.

The spotlight is too often on the top level guys & Trump. Let's not forget the civil servants who were furloughed & unpaid during Trump's 2018 Christmas government shutdown or those in any of the endangered agencies like energy. Hell, he's even got his fingers in orders for military staff like Vindman. Now, there's an exodus of experienced lawyers from DOJ all stemming from Trump's ego. Yeah, he cares about "everday Americans."





 

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  posted on 2/18/2020 at 11:26 AM
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Well maybe this thread can now cover Barr's upcoming impeachment that might be coming at him soon...55,000 signatures for his resignation


Yet another waste of time given McConnell will torpedo any attempt to impeach Barr should the House actually do so. But it would embarrass Barr on some level I suspect given it would certainly tarnish his legacy. God knows his reputation is already in tatters so why not add his legacy too...


I call BS on Barr's comment.


Barr's "I can't do my job" tweet was 100% BS. If anything, it was a wink to POTUS that "Hey, you really can't FU the courts, jurors, or judges because you can screw up a case. I genuflect to you, but I got this under control. Trust me." Anyone who hadn't signaled Trump in advance would've been fired on the spot for daring to reprimand him.

Stone's case is in jeopardy right now. The defendant is ALWAYS given the benefit of any screw-ups - you know the "innocent until proven guilty" part of the constitution. However, Stone HAD been judged guilty & was merely awaiting sentencing on Thurs until Trump riled everyone up w/a tweet, Barr rushed to change the sentencing recommendations (which the judge reads but makes up her own mind), the 4 DOJ prosecutors withdrew from the case leaving their C+ team in charge, Trump is intimidating the foreperson, Stone's asked for a new trial again, & a witness against Stone is making statements in support of the withdrawn attorneys. There's a conference call today w/the judge & remaining defendants to see if they can even proceed to sentencing on Thursday. This is the judge Stone had in his rifle sight logo on his web site AFTER his arrest. And in the end, Trump will pardon him so he's disrupted a federal case big time for nothing.

Barr, McConnell, & the rest of Trump's acolytes are incapable of embarrassment or concern w/their legacy. These aren't people who can be shamed into doing the right thing. Barr isn't going to be impeached. The only people who get hurt are the regular civil servant lawyers who work for DOJ & now know every single case they have can be tampered w/by POTUS to the point that they could get disbarred.

The spotlight is too often on the top level guys & Trump. Let's not forget the civil servants who were furloughed & unpaid during Trump's 2018 Christmas government shutdown or those in any of the endangered agencies like energy. Hell, he's even got his fingers in orders for military staff like Vindman. Now, there's an exodus of experienced lawyers from DOJ all stemming from Trump's ego. Yeah, he cares about "everday Americans."




Your last paragraph is oh so true. Trump and his team of lackeys have destroyed the careers and livelihoods of many dedicated and qualified / skilled employees and civil servants. This was all done to coverup and protect Trump and his activities to perpetuate his political career and crimes / unethical behavior. And it has continued without shame.

 

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  posted on 2/18/2020 at 01:39 PM
. . . Aaannd the insults and hate continue unabated like clockwork. When will you socialiberal sheeples learn that the way to MAGA is to suture your lips securely into the Redhat Centipede?


 

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  posted on 2/18/2020 at 03:22 PM
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  posted on 2/18/2020 at 04:18 PM
if Barr is admitting that he cannot do his job, then we should take him at his word and remove him. imagine you walked into your manager's office and told them it was impossible for you to do your job because of the way they manage. that would surely be your last day at that job.
 

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  posted on 2/18/2020 at 05:46 PM
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if Barr is admitting that he cannot do his job, then we should take him at his word and remove him. imagine you walked into your manager's office and told them it was impossible for you to do your job because of the way they manage. that would surely be your last day at that job.


Which is why, if it hadn't been pre-arranged, Trump would've fired him on the spot. Trump gave a couple of days before today when he announced that "I'm allowed to be totally involved. "I'm actually, I guess, the chief law enforcement officer of the country. But I've chosen not to be involved."

Then he pardoned 11 criminals, including Junk Bond King Michael Milken, the former NYPD police chief, & former dem IL gov Blagojevich despite GOP opposition. He's REALLY feeling himself after his "impeachment exoneration." He shrugged off the idea that pardoning Stone have never crossed his mind.

Guess Barr's leash has been shortened.

 

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  posted on 2/19/2020 at 08:10 AM
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if Barr is admitting that he cannot do his job, then we should take him at his word and remove him. imagine you walked into your manager's office and told them it was impossible for you to do your job because of the way they manage. that would surely be your last day at that job.


Which is why, if it hadn't been pre-arranged, Trump would've fired him on the spot. Trump gave a couple of days before today when he announced that "I'm allowed to be totally involved. "I'm actually, I guess, the chief law enforcement officer of the country. But I've chosen not to be involved."

Then he pardoned 11 criminals, including Junk Bond King Michael Milken, the former NYPD police chief, & former dem IL gov Blagojevich despite GOP opposition. He's REALLY feeling himself after his "impeachment exoneration." He shrugged off the idea that pardoning Stone have never crossed his mind.

Guess Barr's leash has been shortened.



If we haven't seen enough of who Trump is in the last 3 years, amped up actions up after the Mueller investigation, exponetially amped up actions since the GOP gave him a pass on impeachment, then buckle up your seatbelt if he gets reelected. He feels there are no check & balances and that there is one branch of gov't - the Executive Branch with him as dictator in chief. He has neutered the GOP Senate, castrated Bill Barr, and appointed judges that will most likely not challenge his perceived unbridled power.

 

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  posted on 2/19/2020 at 11:30 AM
The harder they come
The harder they fall
One and all

 

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  posted on 2/19/2020 at 07:35 PM
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The harder they come
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and he will...great tune by the way...one of my fav's

on another note someone else has been arrested for making death threats to both Schiff and Shumer

A Western New York man was arrested Wednesday on charges that he threatened to kill Rep. Adam Schiff and Sen. Chuck Schumer.

Salvatore Lippa, 57, of Greece, New York, was charged with threatening to assault and murder a federal official on account of the performance of their official duties.

According to the criminal complaint, on Jan. 23, Schiff's Washington, D.C., office received a threatening voicemail that included a death threat.

Lippa started the threatening message by calling the congressman "Schiff, Shifty Schiff," invoking the nickname used by President Donald Trump for Schiff, the lead House manager during Trump's impeachment trial.

Almost two weeks later, on Feb. 4, Schumer received a threatening voicemail at his New York office that also contained a death threat.

In the threat, Lippa paired Schumer with House Speaker Nancy Pelosi, saying "Hey, Schumer, you and Nancy Pelosi are..." according to the complaint. When questioned by U.S Capitol Police, Lippa admitted to making the threatening calls to Schiff and Schumer because he said he was upset about the impeachment proceedings, prosecutors said.

When questioned by U.S Capitol Police, Lippa admitted to making the threatening calls to Schiff and Schumer
because he said he was upset about the impeachment proceedings, prosecutors said.

“The rights secured in our Constitution carry with them certain responsibilities. When it comes to the First Amendment, that responsibility includes the obligation not to threaten to kill others,” U.S Attorney James Kennedy said in a statement.

Lippa is due in federal court in Rochester on Wednesday afternoon. He faces up to 10 years in prison.

When I read this it makes me think the GOP is also getting similar threats

 

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