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House passes Impeachment as NutBag Trump goes off in bonkers speech about everything from toilets to Comey


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Trump went off on an extended rally speech in Michigan as the House of Representatives were approving Articles I and II of his impeachment.

 

But as CNN fact-checker Daniel Dale noted, the president had a hard time navigating what he should say about impeachment. He would touch on the topic and then “retreat” to something more comfortable, Dale explained.

 

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Extremely little of what Trump is saying is true.

 

It's like impeachment is an electrified fence for Trump tonight. He keeps touching it with like one scripted line, then retreating to something more comfortable. He's now on how successful he was with The Apprentice.

 

He also incorrectly stated that he was the first president to be impeached.

 

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"He's a pathological liar," Trump says of Schiff.

 

Trump: "I'm the first person to ever get impeached and there's no crime. Like, I feel guilty."

Just as the president finished ranting about the debunked conspiracy theory that there were “low ratings” for the impeachment hearings, he then bragged about how good his ratings were when he hosted “The Apprentice” at NBC. He said he “loved it,” that everyone was failing so much without him. In fact, the president was only successful on NBC for the first few years of his show. The impeachment hearings garnered a more significant audience than Trump’s final seasons of his show.

 

The president moved on to attack Hillary Clinton with a debunked conspiracy theory, prompting the audience to chant their favorite, “lock her up.”

 

Trump tells his inaccurate story about Hillary Clinton supposedly saying the KORUS trade deal with South Korea would produce 250,000 new jobs. She didn't. Obama said generally increasing the US share of trade with Asia could mean 250,000 jobs. It wasn't about the Korea deal.

 

He then attacked Debbie Dingell (D-MI) and her late husband John, who died in February after being the longest-serving member of Congress. The Michigan couple are well regarded and the former Congressman was considered “the Dean” of Congress. Trump then alleged that Dingell was probably in Hell, something the audience didn’t like.

 

He attacked the cable company Comcast. He complained he never sees a lobby anymore because of what the Secret Service must do when going into a building.

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 · 11h
 

It's like impeachment is an electrified fence for Trump tonight. He keeps touching it with like one scripted line, then retreating to something more comfortable. He's now on how successful he was with The Apprentice.

 

Trump calls Comcast "Commiecast."

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 · 11h
 

"Sir, congratulations on your economy."

 

Trump says he never sees a lobby because the Secret Service takes him on private routes, through basements and up and down various flights of stairs and such. He says Hillary Clinton would not be able to do these walks, she would be too sleepy.

 

Trump also said that House Speaker Nancy Pelosi would be voted out of office after the impeachment vote. It was a strange comment given Pelosi won her 2018 election with 86.8 percent of the vote.

After speaking for about 90 minutes, the president began calling people up on stage, saying he could be there all night because he has “nothing else to do.”

 

The president then appeared to begin reading the TelePrompter speech that was prepared for him. He ticked off the main points of his policies and emphasized the economy. Yet, when he talked about jobs in Michigan, he had some struggles with accurate numbers.

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 · 10h
 

Trump tells his inaccurate story about Hillary Clinton supposedly saying the KORUS trade deal with South Korea would produce 250,000 new jobs. She didn't. Obama said generally increasing the US share of trade with Asia could mean 250,000 jobs. It wasn't about the Korea deal.

 

Trump wrongly describes Obama's "magic wand" comment about manufacturing, then says the US has gained "600,000" manufacturing jobs, though it is 497,000 through November.

In an ironic twist, Trump then used a French word to attack globalism.

 

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 · 10h
 

Trump wrongly describes Obama's "magic wand" comment about manufacturing, then says the US has gained "600,000" manufacturing jobs, though it is 497,000 through November.

 

Trump, touting his trade policies, is criticizing "globalists." He says, "The globalists are passé."

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Trump, touting his trade policies, is criticizing "globalists." He says, "The globalists are passé."

 

Trump falsely claims Guatemala, Honduras and El Salvador used to refuse to take criminals back when the US wanted to deport them. Though there may have been scattered such cases, all three have always been considered cooperative, not "recalcitrant," by the US government.

Later, he claimed that Republicans would ensure Americans keep healthcare coverage of their pre-existing conditions and pre-existing physicians.

 

At one point, the president turned to trash the media for covering his bizarre tweets about the White House toilets and that he has to flush them so many times. Also, new dishwashers require hitting buttons 10 or 12 times. It’s unclear what the president is talking about as he likely doesn’t do the dishes.

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The president: "Sinks. Showers. And what goes with a sink and a shower?" Crowd: "TOILETS!" The president: "Ten times. Right? Ten times." He adds, "Not me, of course, not me. But you."

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Trump says that you used to press a dishwasher once and it was an "explosion" and five minutes later steam would come out. "Now you press it 12 times. Women tell me."

Women tell me.

 

 

He spoke for over two hours.

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"He spoke for over two hours."

 

and his  morons sat there and took it all in as he flushed those fifteen toilets over and over again. for two...solid hours.

 

He's truly NUTS....I couldn't listen to the POS talk for two minutes, let alone two hours.

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3 hours ago, benson13 said:

"He spoke for over two hours."

 

and his  morons sat there and took it all in as he flushed those fifteen toilets over and over again. for two...solid hours.

 

He's truly NUTS....I couldn't listen to the POS talk for two minutes, let alone two hours.

He is immediately nauseating.

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10 hours ago, Duck615 said:

fukk you 

GTFO out of my country you faggot liberal asswipe...

RussianDisinformation

What is your fascination with faggots and asses?...In nearly every pot you say something of a homosexual nature.

 

 

 

 

and thats not all.....feces also

 

Room Idiot615

GO LICK YOUR MOMMAS ASS CLEAN ROOM RETARD 

 

GO TELL YOUR DADDY TO FEED YOU HIS DICK AGAIN 

 

YOU ARE COLLECTING WELFARE ANYWAY YOU NIGGA POS!!!! 

 

we have pictures of you licking your momma ass room retard LMFAO

 

COMING FROM THE GUY THAT LICKS HIS MOMMA'S ASS EVERYTIME SHE TAKES A SHIIT...  

 

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4 hours ago, benson13 said:

Trump went off on an extended rally speech in Michigan as the House of Representatives were approving Articles I and II of his impeachment.

 

But as CNN fact-checker Daniel Dale noted, the president had a hard time navigating what he should say about impeachment. He would touch on the topic and then “retreat” to something more comfortable, Dale explained.

 

fQrin-BI_normal.jpg
 · 11h
 

Extremely little of what Trump is saying is true.

 

It's like impeachment is an electrified fence for Trump tonight. He keeps touching it with like one scripted line, then retreating to something more comfortable. He's now on how successful he was with The Apprentice.

 

He also incorrectly stated that he was the first president to be impeached.

 

fQrin-BI_normal.jpg
 · 11h
 

"He's a pathological liar," Trump says of Schiff.

 

Trump: "I'm the first person to ever get impeached and there's no crime. Like, I feel guilty."

Just as the president finished ranting about the debunked conspiracy theory that there were “low ratings” for the impeachment hearings, he then bragged about how good his ratings were when he hosted “The Apprentice” at NBC. He said he “loved it,” that everyone was failing so much without him. In fact, the president was only successful on NBC for the first few years of his show. The impeachment hearings garnered a more significant audience than Trump’s final seasons of his show.

 

The president moved on to attack Hillary Clinton with a debunked conspiracy theory, prompting the audience to chant their favorite, “lock her up.”

 

Trump tells his inaccurate story about Hillary Clinton supposedly saying the KORUS trade deal with South Korea would produce 250,000 new jobs. She didn't. Obama said generally increasing the US share of trade with Asia could mean 250,000 jobs. It wasn't about the Korea deal.

 

He then attacked Debbie Dingell (D-MI) and her late husband John, who died in February after being the longest-serving member of Congress. The Michigan couple are well regarded and the former Congressman was considered “the Dean” of Congress. Trump then alleged that Dingell was probably in Hell, something the audience didn’t like.

 

He attacked the cable company Comcast. He complained he never sees a lobby anymore because of what the Secret Service must do when going into a building.

fQrin-BI_normal.jpg
 · 11h
 

It's like impeachment is an electrified fence for Trump tonight. He keeps touching it with like one scripted line, then retreating to something more comfortable. He's now on how successful he was with The Apprentice.

 

Trump calls Comcast "Commiecast."

fQrin-BI_normal.jpg
 · 11h
 

"Sir, congratulations on your economy."

 

Trump says he never sees a lobby because the Secret Service takes him on private routes, through basements and up and down various flights of stairs and such. He says Hillary Clinton would not be able to do these walks, she would be too sleepy.

 

Trump also said that House Speaker Nancy Pelosi would be voted out of office after the impeachment vote. It was a strange comment given Pelosi won her 2018 election with 86.8 percent of the vote.

After speaking for about 90 minutes, the president began calling people up on stage, saying he could be there all night because he has “nothing else to do.”

 

The president then appeared to begin reading the TelePrompter speech that was prepared for him. He ticked off the main points of his policies and emphasized the economy. Yet, when he talked about jobs in Michigan, he had some struggles with accurate numbers.

fQrin-BI_normal.jpg
 · 10h
 

Trump tells his inaccurate story about Hillary Clinton supposedly saying the KORUS trade deal with South Korea would produce 250,000 new jobs. She didn't. Obama said generally increasing the US share of trade with Asia could mean 250,000 jobs. It wasn't about the Korea deal.

 

Trump wrongly describes Obama's "magic wand" comment about manufacturing, then says the US has gained "600,000" manufacturing jobs, though it is 497,000 through November.

In an ironic twist, Trump then used a French word to attack globalism.

 

fQrin-BI_normal.jpg
 · 10h
 

Trump wrongly describes Obama's "magic wand" comment about manufacturing, then says the US has gained "600,000" manufacturing jobs, though it is 497,000 through November.

 

Trump, touting his trade policies, is criticizing "globalists." He says, "The globalists are passé."

fQrin-BI_normal.jpg
 · 10h
 

Trump, touting his trade policies, is criticizing "globalists." He says, "The globalists are passé."

 

Trump falsely claims Guatemala, Honduras and El Salvador used to refuse to take criminals back when the US wanted to deport them. Though there may have been scattered such cases, all three have always been considered cooperative, not "recalcitrant," by the US government.

Later, he claimed that Republicans would ensure Americans keep healthcare coverage of their pre-existing conditions and pre-existing physicians.

 

At one point, the president turned to trash the media for covering his bizarre tweets about the White House toilets and that he has to flush them so many times. Also, new dishwashers require hitting buttons 10 or 12 times. It’s unclear what the president is talking about as he likely doesn’t do the dishes.

fQrin-BI_normal.jpg
 · 10h
 

The president: "Sinks. Showers. And what goes with a sink and a shower?" Crowd: "TOILETS!" The president: "Ten times. Right? Ten times." He adds, "Not me, of course, not me. But you."

fQrin-BI_normal.jpg
 · 10h
 

Trump says that you used to press a dishwasher once and it was an "explosion" and five minutes later steam would come out. "Now you press it 12 times. Women tell me."

Women tell me.

 

 

He spoke for over two hours.

 

I don't see the problem......Comey and toilets were made for each other.

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GOP Senate quietly removes white nationalism from new requirements to screen military enlistees

n Thursday, the Huffington Post reported that the Senate-passed version of the National Defense Authorization Act — the annual spending bill to fund the military and national security services — quietly gutted a House-passed amendment that would have encouraged officials to screen prospective military enlistees for white nationalist ideology.

 

The amendment, authored by Rep. Pete Aguilar (D-CA) has been rewritten to direct the Department of Defense to explore how to screen recruits for “extremist and gang-related activity” — with the words “white nationalism” cut altogether.

 

It is unclear which senators pushed for the removal. Sen. James Inhofe (R-OK), who chairs the Armed Services Committee, declined to comment on the matter.

 

 

The U.S. government has been aware that white supremacist violence is a growing threat for at least a decade, when a Department of Homeland Security official issued a 2009 report — attacked by conservative commentators — on the danger posed by domestic right-wing and racial terrorism. But in recent years it has become clear that these groups have also infiltrated military and law enforcement agencies, both to shape government policy and to gain easy access to weapons and combat training.

 

Several recent high-profile cases have made clear the dangers, including a Coast Guard lieutenant arrested after allegedly stockpiling firearms to assassinate several politicians and create a white ethnostate, and nearly a dozen members of the Army, Air Force, Marines, and Texas and Minnesota National Guards working with Identity Evropa (now the American Identity Movement), a white supremacist group that helped plan the deadly neo-Nazi riot in Charlottesville, Virginia.

 

And the scale of the problem could be much worse. In 2017, a poll by the Military Times found that nearly 25 percent of servicemembers have encountered white nationalists in the ranks — and that a plurality see white nationalism as more dangerous than the combat zones of Iraq and Afghanistan.

 

“We cannot turn a blind eye to this growing problem which puts our national security and the safety of the brave men and women serving our country in jeopardy,” Aguilar told the Huffington Post. “It’s disappointing that Senate Republicans disagree.”

 

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