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2016-02-27-1456595899-9124929-TrumpHitle

 

 

This is nothing less than treason.

 

 

Republicans are now vowing Total War. And the consequences could be immense.

 

https://www.washingtonpost.com/blogs/plum-line/wp/2016/11/03/republicans-are-now-vowing-total-war-and-the-consequences-could-be-immense/?tid=pm_opinions_pop_b

 

 

The election is just five days away, and something truly frightening is happening, something with far-reaching implications for the immediate future of American politics. Republicans, led by Donald Trump, but by no means limited to him, are engaging in all-out assault on American democracy, one that looks on the surface as though it’s just aimed at Hillary Clinton, but in fact is undermining our entire system.

 

  • There appears to be a war going on inside the FBI, and from what we can tell, a group of rogue agents, mostly in New York, may be in such a fervor to destroy Hillary Clinton that they may be aggressively leaking damaging innuendo to the press against her in the waning days of the campaign. They succeeded in their apparent goal of making FBI director James Comey a tool of their campaign — and the basis for their investigation is an anti-Clinton book written under the auspices of an organization of which the CEO of the Trump campaign is co-founder and chairman. Pro-Trump FBI agents now seem to be coordinating with Trump surrogates to do maximal possible damage to Clinton.
  • Republicans continue to cheer the fact that the electronic systems of American political groups were illegally hacked, and then private communications were selectively released in order to do damage to one side in this election. The Republican nominee has explicitly asked a hostile foreign power to hack into his opponent’s electronic systems.
  • High-ranking Republican officeholders are now suggesting that they may impeach Clinton as soon as she takes office. These are not just backbench nutbars of the Louie Gohmert variety, but people with genuine power, including Ron Johnson, the senator from Wisconsin,Michael McCaul, the chairman of the House Homeland Security Committee, and veteran legislators like James Sensenbrenner and Peter King. The message is being echoed by top Trump surrogates like Rudy Giuliani.
  • There is a growing movement among Republicans in the Senate to simply refuse to approve any nominee appointed by a Democratic president to the Supreme Court, leaving open any and all vacancies until a Republican can be elected to fill them.
  • State and local Republican officials are engaged in widespread and systematic efforts to suppress the votes of African-Americans and other groups likely to vote disproportionately Democratic; in many cases officials have been ordered by courts to stop their suppression efforts and they have simply ignored the court orders.
  • Republican elected officials increasingly feel emboldened to openly suggest violence against Clinton should she be elected.
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They are desperate and see the writing on the wall. When Hillary becomes president these scoundrels will be dealt with accordingly. And you better believe these assholes are going to be in for a rough go. Why do you think even Putin is trying to rig this election for Trump, yep he's scared shitless of Hillary.

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One suicide early on in her administration should do the trick

 

 

I have a feeling that Trump will be so depressed at losing, he may jump to his death from the top of Trump Tower. Why and how he managed to tie his hands behind his back first will puzzle some, but I am sure the investigating officers will find a reasonable explanation. Suicide. Case closed.

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I have a feeling that Trump will be so depressed at losing, he may jump to his death from the top of Trump Tower. Why and how he managed to tie his hands behind his back first will puzzle some, but I am sure the investigating officers will find a reasonable explanation. Suicide. Case closed.

I don't think that's what he meant.

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2016-02-27-1456595899-9124929-TrumpHitle

 

 

This is nothing less than treason.

 

 

Republicans are now vowing Total War. And the consequences could be immense.

 

https://www.washingtonpost.com/blogs/plum-line/wp/2016/11/03/republicans-are-now-vowing-total-war-and-the-consequences-could-be-immense/?tid=pm_opinions_pop_b

 

 

The election is just five days away, and something truly frightening is happening, something with far-reaching implications for the immediate future of American politics. Republicans, led by Donald Trump, but by no means limited to him, are engaging in all-out assault on American democracy, one that looks on the surface as though it’s just aimed at Hillary Clinton, but in fact is undermining our entire system.

 

  • There appears to be a war going on inside the FBI, and from what we can tell, a group of rogue agents, mostly in New York, may be in such a fervor to destroy Hillary Clinton that they may be aggressively leaking damaging innuendo to the press against her in the waning days of the campaign. They succeeded in their apparent goal of making FBI director James Comey a tool of their campaign — and the basis for their investigation is an anti-Clinton book written under the auspices of an organization of which the CEO of the Trump campaign is co-founder and chairman. Pro-Trump FBI agents now seem to be coordinating with Trump surrogates to do maximal possible damage to Clinton.
  • Republicans continue to cheer the fact that the electronic systems of American political groups were illegally hacked, and then private communications were selectively released in order to do damage to one side in this election. The Republican nominee has explicitly asked a hostile foreign power to hack into his opponent’s electronic systems.
  • High-ranking Republican officeholders are now suggesting that they may impeach Clinton as soon as she takes office. These are not just backbench nutbars of the Louie Gohmert variety, but people with genuine power, including Ron Johnson, the senator from Wisconsin,Michael McCaul, the chairman of the House Homeland Security Committee, and veteran legislators like James Sensenbrenner and Peter King. The message is being echoed by top Trump surrogates like Rudy Giuliani.
  • There is a growing movement among Republicans in the Senate to simply refuse to approve any nominee appointed by a Democratic president to the Supreme Court, leaving open any and all vacancies until a Republican can be elected to fill them.
  • State and local Republican officials are engaged in widespread and systematic efforts to suppress the votes of African-Americans and other groups likely to vote disproportionately Democratic; in many cases officials have been ordered by courts to stop their suppression efforts and they have simply ignored the court orders.
  • Republican elected officials increasingly feel emboldened to openly suggest violence against Clinton should she be elected.

 

Your choices of behavior is that of an arsonist. Flaming everyone while blaming anyone that doesn't follow what you believe possible. Has the intellect of "our way or no way.", "All or nothing.", and only takes winning a talking point to control everyone else's life long behavior by order of law with governed by minority opinion ruled from the inside out educating everyone to think from the outside in.

 

Inverted logic and reverse psychology. Wow, philosophy and psychology methodology.

 

War on poverty? How total was that? Bankrupted the United States in 50 years, or less than three generations..

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I have a feeling that Trump will be so depressed at losing, he may jump to his death from the top of Trump Tower. Why and how he managed to tie his hands behind his back first will puzzle some, but I am sure the investigating officers will find a reasonable explanation. Suicide. Case closed.

LOL.

 

Nah - Trump is a pathological narcissist. That means reality is ALWAYS rewritten to protect the narcissist's ego. They NEVER feel embarrassment or admit failure, because they will ALWAYS conclude that whatever happened to them says something terrific about them.

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LOL.

 

Nah - Trump is a pathological narcissist. That means reality is ALWAYS rewritten to protect the narcissist's ego. They NEVER feel embarrassment or admit failure, because they will ALWAYS conclude that whatever happened to them says something terrific about them.

watching characters mind their social script, one can see who loaths being self contained by their own skin through their projections of anything is possible and denying what self evident originates from when alive as one of a kind acting like one mind.

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Treason is an act of disloyalty or betrayal of trust to a person's own government. Examples include assassination of a state figure, fighting against his or her own nation in a war, assisting enemy combatants, or passing vital government information to the enemy. Historically, this crime has been severely punished, because an act of treason can destroy a nation. In the modern day, a conviction is accompanied at a minimum by a long jail sentence and a heavy fine, and may merit the death penalty under certain circumstances.

Traditionally, the families of traitors were punished along with the traitors themselves, to act as a deterrent to committing treason or participating in treasonous acts with family members. In addition to being sentenced to death, all of the traitor's property would be confiscated, and his or her family members might be forced to forfeit property as well in punishment. Traitors could not will property to other family members, and individuals related to someone who had committed this crime faced serious social stigma. Many family members fled to other countries with what wealth they could salvage.


Passing vital government information to the enemy.


So, being so incompetent, you lose control of classified information is treason.


Treason is an act of disloyalty or betrayal of trust to a person's own government.

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