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Re: Trump

Post by Vertigo 7 » Mon, 14. Oct 19, 01:01

Turkey is accused of war crimes in Syria, ISIS supporters are escaping custody, and Trump has the nerve to call a member of congress a "despicable human being" for considering jail time for those that defy congressional subpoenas.
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Re: Trump

Post by RegisterMe » Mon, 14. Oct 19, 02:32

Random comment, and nothing to do with Trump but related to a post I made on Friday. That Admiral I mentioned gave me his challenge / commander's coin.

I feel pretty damn humble right at this moment.
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Re: Trump

Post by felter » Mon, 14. Oct 19, 04:28

So Shep Smith has left Fox News, the only honest and sane one that Fox news had. Now the burning question is, did he jump or was he pushed. Trump said:
"Is he leaving due to bad ratings, or some other less important reason?"
Personally I don't know why he would leave due to Trumps bad ratings, but Trump always has to make it about himself.
I'm not saying he is a Russian asset, I'm saying he sat on his asset when he was supposed to be confronting Putin.
He will not be re-elected. Without a wall, he will only be remembered as a small cartoon figure who briefly inflamed and amused the rabble.

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Re: Trump

Post by pjknibbs » Mon, 14. Oct 19, 08:19

felter wrote:
Mon, 14. Oct 19, 04:28
"Is he leaving due to bad ratings, or some other less important reason?"
Personally I don't know why he would leave due to Trumps bad ratings, but Trump always has to make it about himself.
Bad ratings meaning low viewing figures for his TV programmes, I would imagine, nothing to do with Trump's ratings? Although interesting to know that Trump considers TV ratings to be one of the most important things around...

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Re: Trump

Post by Vertigo 7 » Mon, 14. Oct 19, 09:39

If I had to guess, Shep probably got tired of the sycophants at Fox. I may be projecting, though. I have little tolerance for fear mongers and stupidity.

They still have Chris Wallace, at least 1 sane voice among the morons. I've never seen him show any kind of bias.
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Re: Trump

Post by Vertigo 7 » Mon, 14. Oct 19, 10:03

This is the kind of shit that makes me not want to have anything to do with the Trumpanzies, much less show them any kind of respect.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Nr2X4ty1ZVU

These are the same people that threaten civil war. They shoot up Hispanic populations because their broken brains tells them we're being invaded. They form "militia" groups as if we're still in the 1800's. But, they're not fooling anyone. It's just a poor attempt at asserting some form of primitive male dominance because they can't get it up anymore.

These jack holes get pissed off when they don't get their way, and they resort to violence. I don't see any reason in the world why I should have to accept these "people". They are no better than the likes of Bundy, Dahmer, or Manson.
"If we had confidence the president clearly did not commit a crime, we would have said so. We did not, however, make a determination as to whether the president did commit a crime." - Robert Muller, May 29, 2019

"Complete and total exoneration" - Donald Trump, March 24, 2019

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Re: Trump

Post by Bishop149 » Mon, 14. Oct 19, 12:11

Vertigo 7 wrote:
Fri, 11. Oct 19, 16:07
A) he's been caught red handed. His own admissions are evidence of law breaking. There's no amount of weaseling or double talk that can be done to negate that fact.
I think this has been the case with several other items as well, but . . . .
As for the rest. . . so timing basically, nothing really to do with the actual item on the impeachment table its just that the timing lines up ok for the GOP?
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One more reason
E) Trump's brazen attempts to deny the power of congress affects republicans and democrats alike. Recall a few posts of mine back to dangerous precedents being set by Trump and he's opening the doors wide for the next democrat president to tell republican senators to ESAD and completely ignore them. The smart thing to do would be to support the impeachment and quickly use the opportunity to draft bipartisan legislature to prevent this abuse of power in the future, regardless of who is in the WH.
This is a good point, but I honestly don't think members of congress are that forward thinking.
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Mon, 14. Oct 19, 10:03
This is the kind of shit that makes me not want to have anything to do with the Trumpanzies, much less show them any kind of respect.
Truly disgusting, whilst American children routinely die in mass shootings these people glorify one as a propaganda film, with their demagogue of a President as the shooter.
Makes me wish I believed in hell so such people can burn in it.

Also I recognise the film they've edited there, Kingsman: The Secret Service.
Hey 20th Century Fox and TSG Entertainment, you might want to consider suing the absolute arse of them. Just a thought.

Edit: It's also kind interesting that in the context of the original film the character doing the shooting was a mind controlled puppet at the time. Something for the Trumpettes to consider prehaps? Oh I also Tweeted 20th Century Fox to let them know.
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Re: Trump

Post by RegisterMe » Mon, 14. Oct 19, 13:30

Bishop149 wrote:
Mon, 14. Oct 19, 12:11
Oh I also Tweeted 20th Century Fox to let them know.
Nice work sir.

EDIT: It's been picked up over here.
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Re: Trump

Post by felter » Mon, 14. Oct 19, 13:54

pjknibbs wrote:
Mon, 14. Oct 19, 08:19
felter wrote:
Mon, 14. Oct 19, 04:28
"Is he leaving due to bad ratings, or some other less important reason?"
Personally I don't know why he would leave due to Trumps bad ratings, but Trump always has to make it about himself.
Bad ratings meaning low viewing figures for his TV programmes, I would imagine, nothing to do with Trump's ratings? Although interesting to know that Trump considers TV ratings to be one of the most important things around...
It was meant as a joke, as that's the kind of stupidity that you would expect Trump to actually do. :D
I'm not saying he is a Russian asset, I'm saying he sat on his asset when he was supposed to be confronting Putin.
He will not be re-elected. Without a wall, he will only be remembered as a small cartoon figure who briefly inflamed and amused the rabble.

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Re: Trump

Post by Masterbagger » Tue, 15. Oct 19, 05:30

RegisterMe wrote:
Mon, 14. Oct 19, 13:30
Bishop149 wrote:
Mon, 14. Oct 19, 12:11
Oh I also Tweeted 20th Century Fox to let them know.
Nice work sir.

EDIT: It's been picked up over here.
Internet trolls made a video to provoke fake outrage that they will then laugh at. Newsworthy, indeed.
Who made that man a gunner?

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Re: Trump

Post by Vertigo 7 » Tue, 15. Oct 19, 06:01

Masterbagger wrote:
Tue, 15. Oct 19, 05:30
RegisterMe wrote:
Mon, 14. Oct 19, 13:30
Bishop149 wrote:
Mon, 14. Oct 19, 12:11
Oh I also Tweeted 20th Century Fox to let them know.
Nice work sir.

EDIT: It's been picked up over here.
Internet trolls made a video to provoke fake outrage that they will then laugh at. Newsworthy, indeed.
I'm not sure it is a troll. Your subhuman tribe is perfectly fine with murder to make a political statement. Even if it is a troll, after the violence your subhuman tribe has committed in the name of your idiot leader, the outrage is well deserved.

Seriously, nice job taking a stand against this kind of thing. You are quite the class act.
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Re: Trump

Post by CBJ » Tue, 15. Oct 19, 10:08

Once again, things are getting too personal here. This needs to stop, now, or action will be taken against those who continue.

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Re: Trump

Post by Bishop149 » Tue, 15. Oct 19, 10:15

Masterbagger wrote:
Tue, 15. Oct 19, 05:30
Internet trolls made a video to provoke fake outrage that they will then laugh at. Newsworthy, indeed.
It may well have been made by "internet trolls*" but someone at American Priority obviously liked it enough to show it at one of their events hosted at one of Mr Trumps properties and attended by Mr Trump's son and his former Press Secretary.

*It's funny how supporters of Mr Trump are so keen to dismiss anything bad done by one of their number as "just a troll" and yet get rather upset when their own sycophancy is dismissed in the same manner. :roll:
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Re: Trump

Post by Grim Lock » Tue, 15. Oct 19, 14:42

felter wrote:
Mon, 14. Oct 19, 04:28
So Shep Smith has left Fox News, the only honest and sane one that Fox news had. Now the burning question is, did he jump or was he pushed. Trump said:
"Is he leaving due to bad ratings, or some other less important reason?"
Personally I don't know why he would leave due to Trumps bad ratings, but Trump always has to make it about himself.
I'm inclined to think that some of Trump's stooges told fox news' execs they weren't too happy about some of the reports and reporters that didn't hail Trump as the second coming of cheetoh-christ stupid czar and subsequently those execs went ahead and told their staff they should all be following the great leader more blindly or something like that and Shep had just a little bit too much integrity to abide by it.

Meanwhile the whole Syria-Turkey-Kurds thing is just utterly disgusting. I really don't care about the US staying or going, there's plenty of other countries/ALLIES! that could have taken over that position without the current pile of shit developing, Trump personally created this by simply not giving his allies any notice, it obviously was the result of Trump lashing out due to the pressure he's been under (that he himself is 100% to blame for).

On the other hand, considering the US an ally at this point is wishfull thinking as is depending on them to honour a deal, the other allies against IS should have seen this coming. It isn't "America first" it's "just America and nobody else because everyone else (rightfully so) distrusts America"
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Re: Trump

Post by felter » Tue, 15. Oct 19, 18:04

An interesting thing about the Shep Smith quitting, was the day before he quit Rupert Murdoch had a visit and closed behind door meeting with none other than A.G. William Barr why would the Attorney General visit him fro a meeting, no one knows what they were having a meeting for or what was said. Now was that just a coincidence that the next day Shep Smith up and quit his job of 20+ years and a 15 million dollar a year salary. it is interesting that he mentioned that facts will prevail in his leaving speech, just what was he hinting at with that.

As for Syria. I do hope someone has told Trump that he is solely responsible for all the deaths including over 150 civilians, that's men, women and children. When he pulled those troops, he personally put a gun against their heads, pulled the trigger, now they are dead, that's what he has done, he should be charged with mass murder. Now everyone else is left scrambling trying to clean up his crime scene, even the Russians are stepping in. The guy is nothing but a wrecking ball, a total cluster ****, an accident that has already happened, Americas worst ever President.
I'm not saying he is a Russian asset, I'm saying he sat on his asset when he was supposed to be confronting Putin.
He will not be re-elected. Without a wall, he will only be remembered as a small cartoon figure who briefly inflamed and amused the rabble.

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