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If you want a perfect example of how the ‘orange man…bad’ ethos has infected the minds of the Left, look no further than Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez (D-NY). In April, she wanted U.S. troops out of Syria. Yet, something odd happened in October, President Trump agreed. With the announcement, Turkey wasted no time launching an offensive into northern Syria against the Kurds, which has caused much heartburn among many in the foreign policy pundit-sphere. There are legitimate concerns, mostly centered on the scores of captured ISIS fighters that could be released in the ensuing military campaign. But those concerns will be lost because the Democratic Party, who is in the midst of an impeachment frenzy, will use everything and anything to attack this presidency, even flip-flopping as in the case with AOC (via Daily Wire😞

Back in April, Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez joined several other lawmakers to blast President Trump for keeping U.S. troops in Syria.

 

“The 2015 introduction of U.S. military forces into hostilities in Syria was never approved by Congress, in violation of the Constitution and the War Powers Resolution of 1973,” says the letter, signed by a bipartisan group of lawmakers, including Republican Sens. Mike Lee and Rand Paul and freshman Democratic Reps. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez and Ilhan Omar. “We believe that the stated intention of withdrawing our forces is appropriate, and we look forward to the orderly return of our service members from this theater of conflict.”

 

[…]

But NOW, Ocasio-Cortez thinks America ought to stay in Syria.

 

“Trump’s sudden withdrawal from northern Syria & endorsement of Turkey’s actions could have catastrophic consequences & risks laying the ground for immense violence and suffering,” she wrote Tuesday in Twitter.

 

[…]

When she was running for Congress in 2018, she vowed to work to end U.S. involvement in not just Syria, but across the Middle East. 

 

Yeah, Trump Derangement Syndrome can cause liberals to have rapid changes in policy positions. 

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2 minutes ago, fishhead said:

Small taters. Who cares?

 

Apparently EVERYONE cares that PRESIDENT Trump actually DID what the SCHITSTAINS said he should do!!!
 

Even you, moron.

 

 

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PutinsChump is freaking out so much about Impeachment he’s calling MoscowMitch  3 times a day

Trump and his team of White House advisers are starting to panic about whether Republicans will falter when it comes to impeachment.

 

According to CNN, Trump is freaking out so much has started calling Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-KY) as much as three times a day.

 

Trump has claimed that he welcomes impeachment, but his Twitter account shows another story. With his tweets and retweets more than doubling since the inquiry was announced, Trump appears to be spiraling into a meltdown with each new revelation.

 

The report said that it was McConnell who is telling a small number of Republicans about the president’s meltdowns.

 

 

“This story, based on a single anonymous source, is categorically false. Leader McConnell never said anything like this,” said McConnell’s spokesperson Doug Andres.

 

Trump has been lashing out at Republicans senators he thinks might be disloyal, something he’s done since the beginning of taking office. Now, however, he needs them. So, if they intend to continue the attacks, Trump reportedly told McConnell that he’ll go after any Republican who dares to criticize him.


“McConnell faces his own dilemma of having to preserve the Republican majority in the Senate, while also placating an erratic President who demands nothing short of total loyalty,” the CNN report said. “That will become harder as more details about Trump’s dealings with Ukraine trickle out.”

 

One of few Republicans willing to stand up to Trump has been Sen. Mitt Romney (R-UT) who won’t need to be reelected until after Trump’s first term is up. Romney enjoys greater support than Trump in the state.

 

But support of Trump isn’t enough. CNN said that Trump has become concerned about Republicans unwilling to defend him.

 

“Internal disputes, long rife in Trump’s West Wing, have also heightened the sense of disorder at Trump’s approach to impeachment,” the report described. “Trump’s son-in-law and senior adviser Jared Kushner is seen by many aides as leading the impeachment strategy efforts. A source close to the President’s impeachment team said Kushner is playing a ‘growing role’ in how the White House handles the response, though other officials said much of the response will be left to ‘Jay and Trey,’ a reference to Gowdy and Jay Sekulow, members of the outside legal team.”

 

That said, Trump tends to control all of his media, regardless of what his advisers tell him.

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Just now, benson13 said:

PutinsChump is freaking out so much about Impeachment he’s calling MoscowMitch  3 times a day

Trump and his team of White House advisers are starting to panic about whether Republicans will falter when it comes to impeachment.

 

According to CNN, Trump is freaking out so much has started calling Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-KY) as much as three times a day.

 

Trump has claimed that he welcomes impeachment, but his Twitter account shows another story. With his tweets and retweets more than doubling since the inquiry was announced, Trump appears to be spiraling into a meltdown with each new revelation.

 

The report said that it was McConnell who is telling a small number of Republicans about the president’s meltdowns.

 

 

“This story, based on a single anonymous source, is categorically false. Leader McConnell never said anything like this,” said McConnell’s spokesperson Doug Andres.

 

Trump has been lashing out at Republicans senators he thinks might be disloyal, something he’s done since the beginning of taking office. Now, however, he needs them. So, if they intend to continue the attacks, Trump reportedly told McConnell that he’ll go after any Republican who dares to criticize him.


“McConnell faces his own dilemma of having to preserve the Republican majority in the Senate, while also placating an erratic President who demands nothing short of total loyalty,” the CNN report said. “That will become harder as more details about Trump’s dealings with Ukraine trickle out.”

 

One of few Republicans willing to stand up to Trump has been Sen. Mitt Romney (R-UT) who won’t need to be reelected until after Trump’s first term is up. Romney enjoys greater support than Trump in the state.

 

But support of Trump isn’t enough. CNN said that Trump has become concerned about Republicans unwilling to defend him.

 

“Internal disputes, long rife in Trump’s West Wing, have also heightened the sense of disorder at Trump’s approach to impeachment,” the report described. “Trump’s son-in-law and senior adviser Jared Kushner is seen by many aides as leading the impeachment strategy efforts. A source close to the President’s impeachment team said Kushner is playing a ‘growing role’ in how the White House handles the response, though other officials said much of the response will be left to ‘Jay and Trey,’ a reference to Gowdy and Jay Sekulow, members of the outside legal team.”

 

That said, Trump tends to control all of his media, regardless of what his advisers tell him.

Benny

Did you hear Mika this AM?

 

She whispered to Joe...."I'm so tired of lying everyday"

 

 

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23 minutes ago, MidnightMax said:

If you want a perfect example of how the ‘orange man…bad’ ethos has infected the minds of the Left, look no further than Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez (D-NY). In April, she wanted U.S. troops out of Syria. Yet, something odd happened in October, President Trump agreed. With the announcement, Turkey wasted no time launching an offensive into northern Syria against the Kurds, which has caused much heartburn among many in the foreign policy pundit-sphere. There are legitimate concerns, mostly centered on the scores of captured ISIS fighters that could be released in the ensuing military campaign. But those concerns will be lost because the Democratic Party, who is in the midst of an impeachment frenzy, will use everything and anything to attack this presidency, even flip-flopping as in the case with AOC (via Daily Wire😞

Back in April, Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez joined several other lawmakers to blast President Trump for keeping U.S. troops in Syria.

 

“The 2015 introduction of U.S. military forces into hostilities in Syria was never approved by Congress, in violation of the Constitution and the War Powers Resolution of 1973,” says the letter, signed by a bipartisan group of lawmakers, including Republican Sens. Mike Lee and Rand Paul and freshman Democratic Reps. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez and Ilhan Omar. “We believe that the stated intention of withdrawing our forces is appropriate, and we look forward to the orderly return of our service members from this theater of conflict.”

 

 

 

Yeah, Trump Derangement Syndrome can cause liberals to have rapid changes in policy positions. 

 

 

rant paul is a republican.

 

at least cortez tried to stop it this week.

 

but not so paul--

 

 

https://www.nationalreview.com/corner/rand-paul-on-the-kurds-then-and-now/

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7 minutes ago, MidnightMax said:

 

Apparently EVERYONE cares that PRESIDENT Trump actually DID what the SCHITSTAINS said he should do!!!
 

Even you, moron.

 

 

except orangeguy didn't consult with anyone other than the turkey thug, who one national security expert who heard the call said " completely rolled trump".no doubt when isis attacks civilians in europe, you will blame Obama.

sigh!

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Just now, harryramar said:

except orangeguy didn't consult with anyone other than the turkey thug, who one national security expert who heard the call said " completely rolled trump".no doubt when isis attacks civilians in europe, you will blame Obama.

sigh!

OF COURSE THE FUKKING RETARDED LIBERAL ASSWIPES WOULD BITCH ABOUT SOMETHING

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2 minutes ago, benson13 said:

PutinsChump is freaking out so much about Impeachment he’s calling MoscowMitch  3 times a day

Trump and his team of White House advisers are starting to panic about whether Republicans will falter when it comes to impeachment.

 

According to CNN, Trump is freaking out so much has started calling Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-KY) as much as three times a day.

 

Trump has claimed that he welcomes impeachment, but his Twitter account shows another story. With his tweets and retweets more than doubling since the inquiry was announced, Trump appears to be spiraling into a meltdown with each new revelation.

 

The report said that it was McConnell who is telling a small number of Republicans about the president’s meltdowns.

 

 

“This story, based on a single anonymous source, is categorically false. Leader McConnell never said anything like this,” said McConnell’s spokesperson Doug Andres.

 

Trump has been lashing out at Republicans senators he thinks might be disloyal, something he’s done since the beginning of taking office. Now, however, he needs them. So, if they intend to continue the attacks, Trump reportedly told McConnell that he’ll go after any Republican who dares to criticize him.


“McConnell faces his own dilemma of having to preserve the Republican majority in the Senate, while also placating an erratic President who demands nothing short of total loyalty,” the CNN report said. “That will become harder as more details about Trump’s dealings with Ukraine trickle out.”

 

One of few Republicans willing to stand up to Trump has been Sen. Mitt Romney (R-UT) who won’t need to be reelected until after Trump’s first term is up. Romney enjoys greater support than Trump in the state.

 

But support of Trump isn’t enough. CNN said that Trump has become concerned about Republicans unwilling to defend him.

 

“Internal disputes, long rife in Trump’s West Wing, have also heightened the sense of disorder at Trump’s approach to impeachment,” the report described. “Trump’s son-in-law and senior adviser Jared Kushner is seen by many aides as leading the impeachment strategy efforts. A source close to the President’s impeachment team said Kushner is playing a ‘growing role’ in how the White House handles the response, though other officials said much of the response will be left to ‘Jay and Trey,’ a reference to Gowdy and Jay Sekulow, members of the outside legal team.”

 

That said, Trump tends to control all of his media, regardless of what his advisers tell him.

 

 

 most be a lonely time for him..no booty calls to stormy Daniels..interns are off the menu!!!  the portrait of Bill clinton   winking at him as he passes it by..secret service guarding 

his third wifes bedroom...so he goes on twitter all night!! stress and no sleep and too much twitter time..its a recipe for a mental breakdown, paranoia..

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Just now, jerra- said:

 

Now, Senator Paul is cheering on President Trump’s decision to abandon the Kurds

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4 minutes ago, jerra- said:

 

 

rant paul is a republican.

 

at least cortez tried to stop it this week.

 

but not so paul--

 

 

https://www.nationalreview.com/corner/rand-paul-on-the-kurds-then-and-now/

We can pursue a strategy to stop our endless wars without endangering the lives of innocent people. ---aoc

 

you cannot expect max to read the fine print or even comprehend what it is he just read.

that's why he owns three weeks of timeshare t Chernobyl Hotsprings and Resort.

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7 minutes ago, jerra- said:

 

 

rant paul is a republican.

 

at least cortez tried to stop it this week.

 

but not so paul--

 

 

https://www.nationalreview.com/corner/rand-paul-on-the-kurds-then-and-now/

 

You must have MISSED the BIPARTISAN part.....

 

Including THIS......

 

“We believe that the stated intention of withdrawing our forces is appropriate, and we look forward to the orderly return of our service members from this theater of conflict.”

 

YOU GOT IT, now, why the BIG SCHITSTAIN MELTDOWN??

 

Oh, that's right.....


ORANGE MAN BAD.....

 

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2 minutes ago, Duck615 said:

OF COURSE THE FUKKING RETARDED LIBERAL ASSWIPES WOULD BITCH ABOUT SOMETHING

everyone is bitching except isis and the turkey thug. jesus do you have a grasp on anything other than calling me a muslim and hollering at Benson???

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2 minutes ago, jerra- said:

Now, Senator Paul is cheering on President Trump’s decision to abandon the Kurds

randyboy is a gasbag and greaseball rolled into one. he is all for investigating biden but never said squat about sheriff joe violating rights of cops shooting dead unarmed blackmen.

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5 minutes ago, jerra- said:

Now, Senator Paul is cheering on President Trump’s decision to abandon the Kurds

But AOC said we should..

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1 minute ago, harryramar said:

everyone is bitching except isis and the turkey thug. jesus do you have a grasp on anything other than calling me a muslim and hollering at Benson???


 

dumBad word615 must be isis and a couple of others on this forum.

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2 minutes ago, harryramar said:

randyboy is a gasbag and greaseball rolled into one. he is all for investigating biden but never said squat about sheriff joe violating rights of cops shooting dead unarmed blackmen.

 

 

rant paul is supposed to be on the view today, unless he chickens out. 

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5 minutes ago, Z09 said:

But AOC said we should..

 

she said an orderly  withdrawal and she saw what was going to happen and changed her mind.

aoc has as much influence on trump as a rock,

but of course you are going to blame this on aoc.

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3 minutes ago, jerra- said:

violating rights of cops shooting dead unarmed blackmen.

 

We're trying to figure out what RIGHTS "dead unarmed blackmen" have. Or even dead white ones.

 

Care to explain so I can IGNORE YOU ON THAT ONE TOO??

 

ROFLMAO!!

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1 minute ago, jerra- said:

 

she said an orderly  withdrawal and she saw what was going to happen and changed her mind.

aoc has as much influence on trump as a rock,

but of course you are going to blame this on aoc.

 

Who is blaming AOC??

 

WE are pointing out the MASSIVE LYING AND HYPOCRISY ON YOUR SIDE there SCHITSTAIN!!

 

Nice try, but it too, BLEW UP IN YOUR FACES!!

 

 

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1 minute ago, MidnightMax said:

 

We're trying to figure out what RIGHTS "dead unarmed blackmen" have. Or even dead white ones.

 

Care to explain so I can IGNORE YOU ON THAT ONE TOO??

 

ROFLMAO!!

 

wasn't my post, carry on

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