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And it will continue to "roll on" due to Trump's blatant CRIMINAL OFFENSES.

Of course, his "victim" pretenses ONLY WORK with the MAGA CULT because they're stupid enough to believe EVERYTHING HE SAYS.

When Republicons heard Nixon's "immunity" defense ("when the President does it...."), even they laughed. Now MAGA Republicons have sunk so low, they actually believe the POTUS is above the law.

The Founding Fathers are rolling over in their graves when Trump hosts a dictator (Orban) at Mar-A-Lago. ūü§ģ¬†

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There is no anti-Trump Express. One isn't needed, the fool is more than capable of having and continuing to disgrace himself as a vile, shameless and hateful lout.
You might be confusing the effort with that to educate and reform the morally defective that still support him.

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4 hours ago, robosmith said:

And it will continue to "roll on"...

Because that's what TDS sufferers do. ;)

1 hour ago, herbie said:

There is no anti-Trump Express. One isn't needed, the fool is more than capable of having and continuing to disgrace himself as a vile, shameless and hateful lout.

Then why do they continue manufacturing evidence for their bullshit trials? 

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Its interesing is in it how many hate Trump and all he stands for. So many court cases and he loses ..what ? 95% of them all?  He just lost 2 major cases....and those judgements together equal over 450 Million dollars he has to pay, plus his own legal fees and costs, and that's just for starters. Even in cases he seems to win initially the Courts rule HE must pay the Court costs of his opponents as well....and why? Because many of the Court cases he files to bring to court are nothing more than frivolous cases to harass or threaten someone and the Courts take very dim views of those kinds of cases.

The newest example is the case he had filed against Christopher Steele the retired Brutish Secret Service agent who's dossier was used to try and discredit Trump, and yet despite Steele saying himself that half of the file were questions he was still pursuing and not yet proven correct or not, the information which led to these questions even being speculated on, came from several sources, not just one which had been proven wrong.

So that leaves the information from the other sources that Steele relied on and was pursuing and sharing  with the Secret Service, information they discovered was also perhaps not very reliable, but embedded in it...some interesting lesser information...known as "leads". which led to deeper investigations by British Intelligence and the Secret Service.   

Without releasing specific information these leads have turned up about Trump's history with Russia and Vladimir Putin plus others ( yet, presumably, as it likely is linked to information the U. S. Justice system has investigated itself and perhaps has the backing of other countries ' files on Trump which will form part of the base collection in future Hearings) , it is surprising that even without releasing any of this information intelligence in the Court,  the British Court found that Trumps lawsuit for defamation against Christopher Steele was FRIVOLOUS , and forced him to pay half the legal costs incurred by Steele and Orbis Intelligence..... A sum if $300,000 pounds.....$385, 610 in US dollars.

Now...don't get me wrong here...but Trump sued because he and his red hat attorneys at the time claimed Steele had lied and that defamed Trumps word and reputation......but Trump's case was DISMISSED ...as FRIVOLOUS...meaning it was information without merit, in other words Trump in claiming that all of Christopher Steele information was made up lies about Trump....were NOT all lies, just some were. British Intelligence can it reveal the rest because it obviously was REAL and DOES show information, that, if known in time before Trump assumed office would have prevented him ever becoming President at all.  

Hiw do we know this?  The British Court has ordered Trump toPAY the legal costs of Christopher Steele..not Steele pay Trumps legal costs as would have been the case if Trump had won and proven Steele wrong....but he didn't...so that means Trump knows that the remaining  by information of that intelligence brief on himself is ACCURATE.  It proves that Trump desperately is hiding  a  very big thing in his past he knows that if his followers find out, they will.leave him in droves.  

 

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1 hour ago, herbie said:

Manufacure? They have a trail of spoor the animal left everywhere...

Not really. They've been digging and manufacturing a lot of it.  There ARE definitely legit charges in there, such as the handling of the docs which he should have to answer for - but thanks to all the other 'fake spoor' :)   the public isn't listening.

Fact is if he gets in it'll probably result in a decent quite (possibly VERY decent) presidency in terms of actually getting the job done. The last one did. 

But - I suspect he'll be looking for pay back from a few dem types out there :) 

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1 hour ago, CdnFox said:

They've been digging and manufacturing a lot of it.

Must be really, really desperate to incessantly seek acceptance and approval from the MAGA poodles. The nerves under your kneecap seem to control your fingers on the keyboard.

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13 hours ago, herbie said:

Must be really, really desperate to incessantly seek acceptance and approval from the MAGA poodles. The nerves under your kneecap seem to control your fingers on the keyboard.

uuuhhhh huuuhhh.   You know - i've realized you were an 1diot since the day you claimed to triple the value of your house with your credit card.   But you've always been at least a lucid 1diot.  I mean, you say dumb things but at least you usually say them in a coherent manner.

It's a little sad to see you've slipped a little farther down the stupid slope and now cannot even express yourself in a manner that makes sense.

"the nerves under my kneecaps control my fingers".  Sigh.

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Its interesing is in it how many hate Trump and all he stands for. So many court cases and he loses ..what ? 95% of them all?  He just lost 2 major cases....and those judgements together equal over 450 Million dollars he has to pay, plus his own legal fees and costs, and that's just for starters. Even in cases he seems to win initially the Courts rule HE must pay the Court costs of his opponents as well....and why? Because many of the Court cases he files to bring to court are nothing more than frivolous cases to harass or threaten someone and the Courts take very dim views of those kinds of cases.

The newest example is the case he had filed against Christopher Steele the retired Brutish Secret Service agent who's dossier was used to try and discredit Trump, and yet despite Steele saying himself that half of the file were questions he was still pursuing and not yet proven correct or not, the information which led to these questions even being speculated on, came from several sources, not just one which had been proven wrong.

So that leaves the information from the other sources that Steele relied on and was pursuing and sharing  with the Secret Service, information they discovered was also perhaps not very reliable, but embedded in it...some interesting lesser information...known as "leads". which led to deeper investigations by British Intelligence and the Secret Service.   

Without releasing specific information these leads have turned up about Trump's history with Russia and Vladimir Putin plus others ( yet, presumably, as it likely is linked to information the U. S. Justice system has investigated itself and perhaps has the backing of other countries ' files on Trump which will form part of the base collection in future Hearings) , it is surprising that even without releasing any of this information intelligence in the Court,  the British Court found that Trumps lawsuit for defamation against Christopher Steele was FRIVOLOUS , and forced him to pay half the legal costs incurred by Steele and Orbis Intelligence..... A sum if $300,000 pounds.....$385, 610 in US dollars.

Now...don't get me wrong here...but Trump sued because he and his red hat attorneys at the time claimed Steele had lied and that defamed Trumps word and reputation......but Trump's case was DISMISSED ...as FRIVOLOUS...meaning it was information without merit, in other words Trump in claiming that all of Christopher Steele information was made up lies about Trump....were NOT all lies, just some were. British Intelligence can it reveal the rest because it obviously was REAL and DOES show information, that, if known in time before Trump assumed office would have prevented him ever becoming President at all.  

Hiw do we know this?  The British Court has ordered Trump toPAY the legal costs of Christopher Steele..not Steele pay Trumps legal costs as would have been the case if Trump had won and proven Steele wrong....but he didn't...so that means Trump knows that the remaining  by information of that intelligence brief on himself is ACCURATE.  It proves that Trump desperately is hiding  a  very big thing in his past he knows that if his followers find out, they will.leave him in droves.  

Since announcing his presidential campaign on June 16, 2015, Donald Trump has faced massive opposition from liberals and RINO Republicans alike. According to one study, during the 2016 presidential election, 91% of the media coverage regarding Trump was negative and 96% of campaign contributions from the media went to his campaign opponent, leftist Democrat Hillary Clinton.[2] See also: American liberalism and 21st century political losses

When polling organizations measure public opinion of political figures, they ask questions to determine how many people have a favorable or unfavorable opinion of the person. In general, politicians get elected because prospective voters' favorable ratings exceed the unfavorable ratings. A candidate's rating earns a boost from his nominating convention, and again during the transition between election day and taking office, as America tends to unite behind the winner. Every President experiences a decline in opinion polls as voters are turned off by unpopular decisions. Donald Trump is unusual because he was nationally well known before entering politics, and he has maintained a very high negative rating since his earliest opinion polls.[3] The leading explanation for how Trump became President was that the Democratic candidate Hillary Clinton was even more unpopular with historically high negative ratings.[4]

Due to his promotion and support of conservative, America First[5] policies, President Trump faced large opposition from the left and the establishment,[6] including from within the government bureaucracy.[7] (The fact that members of the deep state have grown visibly scared of reports stating such confirms this view,[8] as well as the fact that federal government employees overwhelmingly donated to Democrats leading up to the 2018 elections just like in previous elections;[9] in May 2017, it was reported that 60% of National Security Council employees were Obama-Administration holdovers[10]). In June 2018, one socialist protestor who heckled DHS Secretary Kirstjen Nielsen for her enforcement of President Trump's tough immigration policies was revealed as a DOJ employee.[11] Even some White House officials worked against the president's agenda.[12]

Obama holdovers worked to block President Trump's agenda and continue liberal policies.[13]¬†Numerous government officials who resigned due to President Trump's actions subtly inserted anti-Trump messages into their resignation letters.[14]¬†The Trump Administration was the victim of numerous leaks of information, many of which threatened U.S. national security ‚Äď it was reported in July 2017 that leaks occurred once a day on average,[15]¬†and Trump faced seven times more leaks than Obama or Bush II did.[16]¬†The Russia probe headed by Independent Counsel and former FBI Director¬†Robert Mueller¬†was found to have hired investigators extremely biased against President Trump.[17]¬†Left-wingers attempted to seek out potential crimes committed by President Trump.[18]

Left-wing federal courts also blocked many Trump Administration actions, including President Trump's executive orders regarding sanctuary cities and immigration.[19] Former U.S. presidents, such as George W. Bush and Barack Obama, even broke with tradition to criticize President Trump.[20]

After his election, left-wingers labeled themselves as the "resistance" against Trump.[21] Even before being inaugurated, Democrats spoke about impeaching and removing Trump from the presidency.[22] Even some local communities passed resolutions calling for the impeachment of President Trump.[23] Some Democrats used profane language against Trump, such as the f-word[24] and s-word.[25] As a testament to the deep opposition and hatred towards him by the left-wing, at least 217 violent protestors were arrested in Washington D.C. on Inauguration Day.[26][27] Left-wingers committed or advocated for many other acts of violence against President Trump or his supporters.[28] It was reported in early February 2017 that 12,000 tweets already had called for Trump's assassination.[29] The mainstream media helped promote such violence,[30] and top Democrat leaders encouraged it.[31] Many entertainers made jokes about harming President Trump.[32] Contrary to left-wing claims, Democrats and the Left were significantly more likely to engage in acts of bigotry or violence related to Trump,[33] and they engaged in hate crime hoaxes.[34]

As an example of the hatred the Left had for President Trump, students at George Washington University voiced support for Trump's tax plan when told it was Bernie Sanders's plan.[35] In fact, many liberals changed positions and opposed positions they formerly supported after President Trump also spoke in favor of those positions.[36]

Democrat attorney generals were extremely active against the Trump Administration,[37] suing it nearly 50 times in 2017 alone.[38] Leftists went out of their way searching for evidence of crimes by President Trump.[39] In March 2018, Democrat Representative Tom Suozzi suggested taking up arms against President Trump.[40] By June 2018, the Left was growing increasingly violent and unhinged at the Trump Administration, as well as everything they claimed to be fighting against.[41] They used increasingly vulgar and crude phrases to criticize President Trump, including calling him and his supporters "Nazis."[42] In a large August 2018 counterdemonstration ostensibly opposing racism, left-wing activists instead protested against President Trump, the police, and the existence or borders.[43]

The ACLU significantly increased its advocacy spending during the Trump Administration.[44]

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On 3/9/2024 at 8:37 PM, herbie said:

Must be really, really desperate to incessantly seek acceptance and approval from the MAGA poodles. The nerves under your kneecap seem to control your fingers on the keyboard.

herbie thinks Trump Derangement Syndrome is a normal, healthy, everyday, every hour, practice. 

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26 minutes ago, CdnFox said:

You were wrong in the first two words :)

My god, you're right. 

herbie is programmed to spew nonsense about TDS being a normal, healthy, everyday, every hour, every minute, practice. 

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11 minutes ago, Deluge said:

My god, you're right. 

herbie is programmed to spew nonsense about TDS being a normal, healthy, everyday, every hour, every minute, practice. 

He is the 'magic 8 ball' of far left talking points and stupidity. 

(shake shake shake) "RUSSIAN collusion IS rEaL!!!!

(shake shake shake) "THANKS for ADMITTING [something something]"

(shake shake shake) "This OPNION is USELESS without FACTS!!! The FACTS you PRESENTED don't COUNT because REASONS!!!!

(shake shake shake) " My whole FAMILY sniffs LITTLE girls HAIR!!! WHY doesn't YOURS?!?!?!!?"

 

There - we just randomly recreated about 90 percent of his posts :)

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3 minutes ago, impartialobserver said:

I am already looking forward to the 2028 election. Low probability of either Trump or Biden. Possibly a better set of candidates. 

You think tho?  I'm looking at the wings and i'm not seeing a lot of bright stars there. On either side. Dare i predict sanders vs desantis? LOL

Whatever skills and talents are necessary to rise to the top in american politics these days, they are not the skills and talents necessary to be a really good leader i think.

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5 minutes ago, CdnFox said:

You think tho?  I'm looking at the wings and i'm not seeing a lot of bright stars there. On either side. Dare i predict sanders vs desantis? LOL

Whatever skills and talents are necessary to rise to the top in american politics these days, they are not the skills and talents necessary to be a really good leader i think.

If Biden wins.. then he is out for 2028. That means that Trump loses for a second time and is 78 or so. That puts his chances on the low end in 2028. The converse can be said if Trump wins in 2024 and Biden loses. 

as for who would be our candidates in 2028.. no clue. However, the primary season would actually be interesting and not a foregone conclusion. It has long been known that it would be Biden vs. Trump. 

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5 minutes ago, impartialobserver said:

If Biden wins.. then he is out for 2028. That means that Trump loses for a second time and is 78 or so. That puts his chances on the low end in 2028. The converse can be said if Trump wins in 2024 and Biden loses. 
 

Oh for sure - this is it for both of them either way.


 

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as for who would be our candidates in 2028.. no clue. However, the primary season would actually be interesting and not a foregone conclusion. It has long been known that it would be Biden vs. Trump. 

Maybe.  I"m not seeing a crap tonne of 'interesting candidates but it's 4 years away and we'll see.  I get what you're saying tho. This time watching the nominations it's like watching the 'titanic' movie  -you know how it ends before it even starts and it's not ending well. :)  

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7 hours ago, Deluge said:

Since announcing his presidential campaign on June 16, 2015, Donald Trump has faced massive opposition from liberals and RINO Republicans alike. According to one study, during the 2016 presidential election, 91% of the media coverage regarding Trump was negative and 96% of campaign contributions from the media went to his campaign opponent, leftist Democrat Hillary Clinton.[2] See also: American liberalism and 21st century political losses

When polling organizations measure public opinion of political figures, they ask questions to determine how many people have a favorable or unfavorable opinion of the person. In general, politicians get elected because prospective voters' favorable ratings exceed the unfavorable ratings. A candidate's rating earns a boost from his nominating convention, and again during the transition between election day and taking office, as America tends to unite behind the winner. Every President experiences a decline in opinion polls as voters are turned off by unpopular decisions. Donald Trump is unusual because he was nationally well known before entering politics, and he has maintained a very high negative rating since his earliest opinion polls.[3] The leading explanation for how Trump became President was that the Democratic candidate Hillary Clinton was even more unpopular with historically high negative ratings.[4]

Due to his promotion and support of conservative, America First[5] policies, President Trump faced large opposition from the left and the establishment,[6] including from within the government bureaucracy.[7] (The fact that members of the deep state have grown visibly scared of reports stating such confirms this view,[8] as well as the fact that federal government employees overwhelmingly donated to Democrats leading up to the 2018 elections just like in previous elections;[9] in May 2017, it was reported that 60% of National Security Council employees were Obama-Administration holdovers[10]). In June 2018, one socialist protestor who heckled DHS Secretary Kirstjen Nielsen for her enforcement of President Trump's tough immigration policies was revealed as a DOJ employee.[11] Even some White House officials worked against the president's agenda.[12]

Obama holdovers worked to block President Trump's agenda and continue liberal policies.[13]¬†Numerous government officials who resigned due to President Trump's actions subtly inserted anti-Trump messages into their resignation letters.[14]¬†The Trump Administration was the victim of numerous leaks of information, many of which threatened U.S. national security ‚Äď it was reported in July 2017 that leaks occurred once a day on average,[15]¬†and Trump faced seven times more leaks than Obama or Bush II did.[16]¬†The Russia probe headed by Independent Counsel and former FBI Director¬†Robert Mueller¬†was found to have hired investigators extremely biased against President Trump.[17]¬†Left-wingers attempted to seek out potential crimes committed by President Trump.[18]

Left-wing federal courts also blocked many Trump Administration actions, including President Trump's executive orders regarding sanctuary cities and immigration.[19] Former U.S. presidents, such as George W. Bush and Barack Obama, even broke with tradition to criticize President Trump.[20]

After his election, left-wingers labeled themselves as the "resistance" against Trump.[21] Even before being inaugurated, Democrats spoke about impeaching and removing Trump from the presidency.[22] Even some local communities passed resolutions calling for the impeachment of President Trump.[23] Some Democrats used profane language against Trump, such as the f-word[24] and s-word.[25] As a testament to the deep opposition and hatred towards him by the left-wing, at least 217 violent protestors were arrested in Washington D.C. on Inauguration Day.[26][27] Left-wingers committed or advocated for many other acts of violence against President Trump or his supporters.[28] It was reported in early February 2017 that 12,000 tweets already had called for Trump's assassination.[29] The mainstream media helped promote such violence,[30] and top Democrat leaders encouraged it.[31] Many entertainers made jokes about harming President Trump.[32] Contrary to left-wing claims, Democrats and the Left were significantly more likely to engage in acts of bigotry or violence related to Trump,[33] and they engaged in hate crime hoaxes.[34]

As an example of the hatred the Left had for President Trump, students at George Washington University voiced support for Trump's tax plan when told it was Bernie Sanders's plan.[35] In fact, many liberals changed positions and opposed positions they formerly supported after President Trump also spoke in favor of those positions.[36]

Democrat attorney generals were extremely active against the Trump Administration,[37] suing it nearly 50 times in 2017 alone.[38] Leftists went out of their way searching for evidence of crimes by President Trump.[39] In March 2018, Democrat Representative Tom Suozzi suggested taking up arms against President Trump.[40] By June 2018, the Left was growing increasingly violent and unhinged at the Trump Administration, as well as everything they claimed to be fighting against.[41] They used increasingly vulgar and crude phrases to criticize President Trump, including calling him and his supporters "Nazis."[42] In a large August 2018 counterdemonstration ostensibly opposing racism, left-wing activists instead protested against President Trump, the police, and the existence or borders.[43]

The ACLU significantly increased its advocacy spending during the Trump Administration.[44]

As soon as you started on ..." the Deep State...". I tuned out.  Fiction, no matter how loudly proclaimed, is still just that. 

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14 minutes ago, Caswell Thomas said:

 Fiction, no matter how loudly proclaimed, is still just that. 

So...do you plead guilty or will you be taking the 5th?

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35 minutes ago, Caswell Thomas said:

As soon as you started on ..." the Deep State...". I tuned out.  Fiction, no matter how loudly proclaimed, is still just that. 

I tuned yours out even before I saw the extent of your information dump. 

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