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Looks like you anti-gunners fapping at the idea of sending in murder squads for resisting gun control in Virginia better think again. The counties will ignore your gun control and have 1,000s of armed militia with trained people to stop you from sending feds in. This isn’t like WACO, where a few people were surrounded in a building. We are taking 80 or more counties with 1,000 of people. Do you feel lucky, punk?

 

https://www.lawenforcementtoday.com/thousands-of-cops-veterans-supporters-pledge-to-join-militia-in-virginia/

 

 

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Just now, Deadric said:

Looks like you anti-gunners is fapping at the idea of sending in murder squads for resisting gun control in Virginia better think again. The counties will ignore your gun control and have 1,000s of armed militia with trained people to stop you from sending feds in. This isn’t like WACO, where a few people were surrounded in a building. We are taking 80 or more counties with 1,000 of people. Do you feel lucky, punk?

 

https://www.lawenforcementtoday.com/thousands-of-cops-veterans-supporters-pledge-to-join-militia-in-virginia/

 

 

Dems crossed the line in Virginia.

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Being ‘nuts’ is actually Trump’s ‘real superpower’: conservative critic

The line of argument often inspires the hypothetical: How would Trump be doing if he kept his policy stances and general populist disposition, but was stripped of his personal idiosyncrasies? In a recent Politico piece, John Harris wrote: “A disrupter with a smidgeon of self-control would be remaking American politics and coasting to reelection.”

 

But Tom Nichols, a conservative and longtime critic of Trump, disagreed with this argument for an intriguing reason.

 

“If Trump were not able to convince his cult that reality isn’t real, we’d be arguing about who’s really doing well and who isn’t – just as we did under Obama and every other president. Farmers would be up in arms,” Nichols said in a Twitter thread. “When Trumpers say they’re better off, there’s no evidence for it other than that they *feel* better off. Factories aren’t reopening. Dead small towns are not being reborn. The cities? Doing fine, thank you. But Trump says: ‘This isn’t true,’ and being *nuts* is what sells it.”

 

Trump’s ridiculous behavior was on full display on Tuesday when he sent a letter to House Speaker Nancy Pelosi complaining about impeachment. Its tone and absurdist quality — it was littered with lies and exclamation points — led many observers to genuinely question Trump’s mental health

 

“I’m only 2 1/2 paragraphs in to Trump’s letter and it’s clear to me that our President is unwell, unfit and very uninformed about our government & our legal system. And that fills me with a profound sadness that we’re at this point. It’s time to fix this,” wrote legal analyst Joyce Vance.

 

Lawfare Executive Editor Susan Hennessey wrote: “This is not a letter authored by someone of sound mind or in full command of his mental faculties. The implications of that are obviously immense and quite scary but how long can we really continue to ignore it?”

 

But, to Nichols’ point, Trump’s fans celebrated it.

 

“President Donald Trump did not hold back in his letter objecting to impeachment in a scathing letter to Speaker Nancy Pelosi,” said Breitbart News, a far-right and Trump-aligned outlet, said in a tweet.

 

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A Republican group will air an ad Wednesday morning supporting impeachment during President Donald Trump’s favorite television program.

 

Rule of Law, a conservative group critical of the president, produced a spot showing GOP lawmakers standing up against Richard Nixon when he refused to comply with congressional subpoenas in 1974, as Trump has done this year, reported the Huffington Post.

 

“Now President Trump refuses to comply with Congressional subpoenas,” says the voiceover. “Will today’s Republican Party defend the president’s obstruction or defend the rule of law?”

 

 

The spot will air on “Fox & Friends” shortly before debate on impeachment begins at 9 a.m. in the U.S. House of Representatives, and has set up billboards in New York’s Times Square and congressional districts of some House Republicans, asking, “What is Trump hiding?”

 

“Republicans should remember their forebears as well as the precedent they are setting, and uphold their duty to the Constitution,” said Sarah Longwell, the group’s executive director.

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4 minutes ago, fishhead said:

Bomb the mfers.


Yes, we know. You all are so against gun violence and gun murder, that you are willing to kill every man, woman and child who are against you.

 

If a bomb is dropped, it would be open season on all Democrats. You would not be able to drive to work without being shot at.

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5 minutes ago, benson13 said:

Being ‘nuts’ is actually Trump’s ‘real superpower’: conservative critic

The line of argument often inspires the hypothetical: How would Trump be doing if he kept his policy stances and general populist disposition, but was stripped of his personal idiosyncrasies? In a recent Politico piece, John Harris wrote: “A disrupter with a smidgeon of self-control would be remaking American politics and coasting to reelection.”

 

But Tom Nichols, a conservative and longtime critic of Trump, disagreed with this argument for an intriguing reason.

 

“If Trump were not able to convince his cult that reality isn’t real, we’d be arguing about who’s really doing well and who isn’t – just as we did under Obama and every other president. Farmers would be up in arms,” Nichols said in a Twitter thread. “When Trumpers say they’re better off, there’s no evidence for it other than that they *feel* better off. Factories aren’t reopening. Dead small towns are not being reborn. The cities? Doing fine, thank you. But Trump says: ‘This isn’t true,’ and being *nuts* is what sells it.”

 

Trump’s ridiculous behavior was on full display on Tuesday when he sent a letter to House Speaker Nancy Pelosi complaining about impeachment. Its tone and absurdist quality — it was littered with lies and exclamation points — led many observers to genuinely question Trump’s mental health

 

“I’m only 2 1/2 paragraphs in to Trump’s letter and it’s clear to me that our President is unwell, unfit and very uninformed about our government & our legal system. And that fills me with a profound sadness that we’re at this point. It’s time to fix this,” wrote legal analyst Joyce Vance.

 

Lawfare Executive Editor Susan Hennessey wrote: “This is not a letter authored by someone of sound mind or in full command of his mental faculties. The implications of that are obviously immense and quite scary but how long can we really continue to ignore it?”

 

But, to Nichols’ point, Trump’s fans celebrated it.

 

“President Donald Trump did not hold back in his letter objecting to impeachment in a scathing letter to Speaker Nancy Pelosi,” said Breitbart News, a far-right and Trump-aligned outlet, said in a tweet.

 

More barking moonbat bullsh!t being scattered by the resident idiot moonbat, beaner.  I would have told b!tch peelosi to kiss my orange asss! 

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Felony Indictments in the Trump Campaign & Administration (to date)

 

FELONY INDICTMENTS (AS OF 9/17/2018) IN TRUMP CAMPAIGN/ADMINISTRATION
RELATIONSHIP TO TRUMP # PEOPLE INDICTED TOTAL # OF INDICTMENTS # PEOPLE CONVICTED TOTAL GUILTY COUNTS # OF PEOPLE IMPRISONED
TRUMP ORGANIZATION, CAMPAIGN, OR ADMINISTRATION 5 55 5 22 2 (+3)*
OUTSIDE CAMPAIGN CONSULTANTS (U.S. CITIZENS) 2 2 1 1 0 (+1)*
FOREIGN ASSISTANCE TO TRUMP CAMPAIGN 26 153 0 0 0
FOREIGN, DIRECT INVOLVEMENT TO TRUMP UNCLEAR 2 2 1 1 1
TOTAL 35 212 7 24 3 (+4)*

Source: RoyalScribe / @kgoebel, tinyurl.com/POTUSFelonies201809

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2 minutes ago, Deadric said:


Yes, we know. You all are so against gun violence and gun murder, that you are willing to kill every man, woman and child who are against you.

 

If a bomb is dropped, it would be open season on all Democrats. You would not be able to drive to work without being shot at.

One wrong move by the moonbatty gun-grabbers in Virginia and the sh!t will hit the proverbial fan...and quickly spread to other counties in other states.

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3 minutes ago, Deadric said:

Why are you posting impeachment stuff in a thread that has nothing to do with impeachment? Are you drunk?

Beaner is an insane barking moonbat apparatchik for the dim-0-craps. Maxipad Waters is his hero.

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1 minute ago, benson13 said:

We handled you when you joined the Redcoats in the 1700s, then the Slave Owning Plantations in the 1800s

 

 

so....Bring it on!!

Oh, look, beaner is pretending to be a patriot when it is obvious he would have sided with the gun-grabbing British and been against the American Revolution. He doesn't understand what the Second Amendment is for. 

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Blue Devil...oktoberkat is a coward N!gger.

 
 
 
Blue Devil ...Ignorant and Stupid Bad wordin' N!ggers...
 
 

Blue Devil

Cling to your Plantation n!gger cause, Communists.

 

 

Blue Devil

n!ggers were never that important, were already being replaced by machinery, and if the Southern Americans had any idea of just have Bad worded up America would get because of them?

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Just now, benson13 said:

Blue Devil...oktoberkat is a coward N!gger.

 
 
 
Blue Devil ...Ignorant and Stupid Bad wordin' N!ggers...
 
 

Blue Devil

Cling to your Plantation n!gger cause, Communists.

 

 

Blue Devil

n!ggers were never that important, were already being replaced by machinery, and if the Southern Americans had any idea of just have Bad worded up America would get because of them?

Jesus benson. You should stick to memes if this is the crap you have to say 

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9 minutes ago, benson13 said:

We handled you when you joined the Redcoats in the 1700s, then the Slave Owning Plantations in the 1800s

 

 

so....Bring it on!!

 

You didn't handle sh!t. You would be the guy hiding behind someone with a gun you tool.

 

democrats were the slavers Not the Republicans jackass

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7 minutes ago, benson13 said:

We handled you when you joined the Redcoats in the 1700s, then the Slave Owning Plantations in the 1800s

 

 

so....Bring it on!!


With who? Who specifically is gonna help you? Lots of cops, veterans and military will go against you. You’ll have a few of those yourself, but not as many. And as far as gun ownership, Republicans out gun Democrats by a loooooong shot.

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3 minutes ago, benson13 said:

Blue Devil...oktoberkat is a coward N!gger.

 
 
 
Blue Devil ...Ignorant and Stupid Bad wordin' N!ggers...
 
 

Blue Devil

Cling to your Plantation n!gger cause, Communists.

 

 

Blue Devil

n!ggers were never that important, were already being replaced by machinery, and if the Southern Americans had any idea of just have Bad worded up America would get because of them?

See, I told you beaner was an insane barking moonbat...

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