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May 26, 2020

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Threadkiller

Trump gets pounced on no matter what, so what difference, at this point, does it make?

Jane

It seems like a mistake to me - unless it's true!

Buford Gooch

I'm guessing there are people with information suggesting (or proving) that he was involved with the young woman's death. He is now their pawn. (How's that for a conspiracy theory?)

henry

Trump does weird stuff. Scarborough is a weirdo. The intersection is a vortex of weirdness.

Enjoy you popcorn [or keto substitute]

Tom R

Heard a guy claim that boomers and older are wanting the lockdowns lifted, and it’s the millennials (under 30s) who want stricter lockdowns enforced at the national level.

The millennials are the demographic most likely to be fully brainwashed by Progtard fear porn so it makes sense to me. Over the weekend I saw a video on Twitter of several people in masks at a grocery store whipped into a mob frenzy yelling at a customer without a mask. The hate and vitriol they were spewing out was clearly the result of irrational fear.

Captain Hate

I think it's hilarious. Scarborough's a dimwitted RINO traitor so flame away. After tongue tied GOPe dolts never said a damn thing in defense of being on the right side of most issues, this is the greatest time ever.

Here's a good obit for Jimmy Cobb

https://thebluemoment.com/2020/05/26/jimmy-cobb-1929-2020/

Jane

How long til June? I want to see that report NOW! (Perhaps I'm bored)

Captain Hate

If we are going to pounce on Joe Biden for his "you ain't black" misfire, what are we to make of this?

Acting like these two things are equivalent is probably the dumbest thing I'll read today.

MissMarple2

Seems to me like the President should also get to say something:

Donald J. Trump
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The opening of a Cold Case against Psycho Joe Scarborough was not a Donald Trump original thought, this has been going on for years, long before I joined the chorus. In 2016 when Joe & his wacky future ex-wife, Mika, would endlessly interview me, I would always be thinking....

...about whether or not Joe could have done such a horrible thing? Maybe or maybe not, but I find Joe to be a total Nut Job, and I knew him well, far better than most. So many unanswered & obvious questions, but I won’t bring them up now! Law enforcement eventually will?
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Buford Gooch,

As I said on the last thread it is possible that there are people who do odd things because they are being threatened or blackmailed. Scarborough seems like the type.

Remember when he used to run around DC with John Kasich, who has also disappeared from the public eye?
Your theory has at least as much merit as the writer Tom linked just flat our saying President Trump was "falsely accusing" Scarborough.

The Infamous Ignatz

--This Trump v. Scarborough thing is, as The Week says, "long past weird".--

We've had a good four years of the guy being seriously all-in the political game.
In that four years over and over again his "long past weird" comments turn out weeks, months or even years later to have been right on the mark and the people who squeal about them turn out to either have been completely wrong because they're ignorant or completely wrong because they knew the truth and were lying through their teeth.
Is he always right? Of course not; nobody is.
Is he right more than his opponents? Yeah; about 1000 times more.
Are the people who squawk covering something up? Usually.

Even when he's wrong, it is virtually never to defame an innocent person; it's to heap opprobrium on real enemies of America, both foreign and domestic who deserve much more than just a tweetstorm on their vile heads.

Jane

13-Year-Old Graduates from California College with Four Degrees

https://www.breitbart.com/politics/2020/05/25/13-year-old-graduates-california-college-four-degrees/

WOW!


Tom R

I pointed out in a previous thread a theory going around on Twitter that Trump isn't going after Scarborough here. The speculation is that the Deep State murdered the girl and has been blackmailing Scarborough ever since to control him and do their bidding. Another possibility is that Scarborough did kill the girl and the Deep State helped him cover it up and have been blackmailing and controlling him ever since.

The speculation is that Trump is now sending a message to the Deep State that he knows the truth behind the murder, or something to that effect.
In light of all the news that has come out on Jeffery Epstein and the spying on Trump I'm willing to admit to the possibility of anything at this point.

clarice

As we edge ever closer to a matriarchal society, we raise bubble wrapped progeny. That's my view.

Old Lurker

Willowed of course:

A-bob: "This make sense?"

Perfect sense to me, A-bob.

Oldsters lived through four pandemics not counting polio, smallpox and all the others, a depression, WW1&2, and so on. They lived a life and saw it all. They NEVER saw a reaction like this to anything.

Boomers heard from their parents and grandparents what real misery and evil looks like, and were raised to not trust big government, but mostly worry about financially surviving until they die and enjoying the freedoms a lifetime of work provided. This shocked them to their core on both counts.

Their kids have faced no comparable threat of any sort. They do not read books. They do not read "news" that goes past a couple of soundbites They have not received a fraction of the education previous generations received. They have been taught to think with their feelings and emotions rather than with facts and logic. Life to them is a movie or a sitcom.

So this is exactly what you get, and why I think this is a dry run to see if the frogs like the water.

Of course there are millions of exceptions to all of the above, but this is where the broad center of the bell curve resides in 2020.

Marlene

I mentioned that some local Dem political hack was on the local morning show and mentioned Trump vs Scarborough. The daily talking point. *eyeroll* Tomorrow it will be something else.

MissMarple2

.@RepBradWenstrup on Speaker Pelosi and House Democrats' new proxy voting scheme.

"You're not leading when you don't show up." pic.twitter.com/m6jlyUtUeI

— House Republicans (@HouseGOP) May 26, 2020

Video at the link.

Threadkiller


Thomas Massie
@RepThomasMassie
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May 23
I’m amazed at how many Republicans went from “Massie is endangering lives by requiring a quorum of Congress to show up for work to pass a bill!” to “proxy voting is unconstitutional, we need a quorum to pass a bill!”

MissMarple2

How brilliant are our FARMERS? Thank you @lgutwein99_31, real talent! #MAGA pic.twitter.com/mtzbqUFd1V

— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) May 26, 2020

Video at the link.

Jack is Back!

Surprised that 13 y.o. graduate wasn't Asian.

Trump doesn't go off the handle unless he knows something we all don't know including his media and political critics. How many times has he or wrote something at the time outrageous but later it turns out to be a twist in the news?

peter

It's amazing how little I care about Trump's quirks compared to how I felt four and a half years ago. He deserves to be re-elected on the basis of having his first term stolen from him. Has Matt Lauer offered to help out his former co-worker?

Captain Hate

As we edge ever closer to a matriarchal society, we raise bubble wrapped progeny. That's my view.

Mine too.

When my children and grandchildren were here for Christmas I took my daughter and two grandchildren to a local park. Of course as soon as we get there my daughter wants to go for a run so Grandpa's left minding the kids. My granddaughter's very low maintenance and has a weird ability to make other kids instantly like her so she was no problem. My grandson saw some kids, roughly his age playing football with an adult who looked like he coordinated sports with kids for a living, which he did. I was impressed that my grandson insinuated himself into the group easily and all I had to do was make sure he didn't act bratty which wasn't a problem.

henry

@tomtiffanywi

First the health secretary says don't go to hospitals or clinics, now the tourism secretary says don't recreate. What next, the education governor saying no school this fall?

https://twitter.com/tomtiffanywi/status/1265248726215528449?s=21

James D.

#1 "The Week" is a worthless rag that publishes mostly morons and moronic drivel, so why on Earth give it any credence?

#2 Scarborough is a total weirdo creep and he probably did kill that intern or at least have involvement in her death. It might be 20 years late bringing it up but better late than never.

#3 As CH says, the only way to deal with the Dems and the MSM is to be on offense all the time. Anything else is unilateral disarmament and we all know how well that works out. You can check out the glorious histories of the Dole, McCain and Romney presidencies for further evidence of that.

rich

>>>(How's that for a conspiracy theory?)

Posted by: Buford Gooch | May 26, 2020 at 11:27 AM<<<

excellent stuff buford.

MissMarple2

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Dear Anons,

Was this the first time Joe Scarborough killed or was in proximity to a murder?

We know he worked for children's beauty pageants prior to becoming a Congressman.

Are there any missing person's or unsolved homicides prior to Lori Klausutis?

Questions worth asking.

henry

Natives are getting restless in Milwaukee (local lock down orders)

@kmpossiblemke

Cruising for a ticket. West Allis police issue more than 100 tickets after a group puts out a FB call to "cruise to strip" along Hwy 100. @fox6now

https://twitter.com/kmpossiblemke/status/1265222770952146945?s=21

Tom R

But Klausutis’s death is not an unsolved mystery: Authorities determined 16 years ago that she died after losing consciousness from an abnormal heart rhythm and collapsed, striking her head.

But no foul play was suspected, and her death was ultimately ruled an accident by the medical examiner.

The details of her death are oddly similar to Andrew Breitbart's.

Marlene

Anyone listening to Rush? He sounds terrible.

rse

This fits my thoughts as well as OL's.

https://cms.frontpagemag.com/fpm/2020/05/mask-nation-and-experts-jack-kerwick

The Internment of 2020, otherwise known by the Orwellian nomenclature of “Social Distancing” and “Shelter-in-Place,” has always been nothing more or less than an exercise in social engineering unprecedented in American history for both the magnitude of its reach as well as the speed with which it’s been executed.

What we have witnessed over the span of the last two months or so is “the fundamental transformation” of the United States that has long been the prize on which the left has had its eye.

Whether the political and media elites who authored this dark chapter of our national life by stoking and exploiting the fears of tens of millions of American citizens will succeed in relegating forever to the dustbin of history the mode of existence we enjoyed just eight weeks ago is left to be seen.

Those fears, though—those wildly irrational, paralyzing, life-denying fears—have hurled the country into the Age of the Great UnReason.

Threadkiller

https://www.redstate.com/sister-toldjah/2020/05/26/boom-kayleigh-mcenany-dropkicks-chris-wallace-over-suggestion-that-journalists-shouldnt-be-questioned/

No I never questioned the religious beliefs of the press,” McEnany responded. “Many of our journalists are great men and women of faith and differing faiths, whether it be the Jewish, Christian faith, the Muslim faith. What I was saying is, I was asked 11 questions as to why churches would be allowed to reopen. It was a bit peculiar to be asked these 11 questions in a row and for the onus and the focus solely to be on why churches are essential, I’ve never been asked why a liquor store was essential so I was merely pointing that out.”

[…]

“Journalists are not above being questioned themselves,” she said. “Journalism is a great and noble profession but there’s been a dearth of journalists asking the real questions for President Obama, the criminal leak of Michael Flynn’s identity, who leaked that identity, the dossier used to launch a three year investigation into this president to spy on his campaign why aren’t those questions being asked?”

“It’s journalistic malpractice not to ask those questions,” McEnany concluded.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NqHXsf3x7HA

Threadkiller

He does, Marlene. 2nd week of his third round of chemo.

God bless him.

Old Lurker

Good one, RSE.

Extraneus

Hinderaker:

This is an example of the kind of dumb thing I wish President Trump wouldn’t do. I assume there is no reason to think that Joe Scarborough had anything to do with Ms. Klausutis’s death. But isn’t there a larger point here? What has Joe Scarborough done for the last 3 1/2 years but spread “debunked conspiracy theories” about Donald Trump–most notably, but by no means limited to, the Russia hoax–“speculated without evidence” about the Russia hoax, the Ukraine kerfuffle and other matters, and “unleashed a torrent of false allegations, mischaracterizations and baseless rumors” about the president? That sounds like Scarborough’s job description at MSNBC.

And what about the Washington Post? Despite its high and mighty tone in describing the president’s “spread[ing a] debunked conspiracy theory,” hasn’t that been the Post’s own stock in trade for years, when it comes to Donald Trump? Speculating without evidence, spreading conspiracy theories that turn out to be false, and unleashing a torrent of false allegations, mischaracterizations and baseless rumors sums up very well the Post’s coverage of the Donald Trump campaign, and of his presidency since January 2017.

So, while I am critical of tweets like the ones the Post is complaining about, I have a hard time working up a lot of sympathy for Joe Scarborough, and I can’t read the Post’s self-righteous account with anything but derision.

https://www.powerlineblog.com/archives/2020/05/speaking-of-debunked-conspiracy-theories.php

GUS

TomR, that medical examiner could not possibly know that Lori Klausutis passed out prior to striking her head. Did he/she interview the dead young lady?? I used to be cynical and scoff off stories like BIG HEAD SCARRED BURROWS. No more. Seth Rich is still dead too.

Narciso

And that medical examiner went to prison for organ handling. A reverse william.t santiago (when they failed to detect the heart murmor)

Narciso

Michael berkland is his name and this ismt his only dodgy diagnosis.

Extraneus

Massie still grandstanding?

All he had to do was call Trump before blindsiding him. He should just own that and move on.

Narciso

Its deep orwell henry ministry of love is torture peace is war plenty is famine.

Threadkiller

He did call.

And now he is pointing out hypocrisy. Spoils of war; just like how Trump responds.

Narciso

The week was in the barbershop i went to in broward, the only good thing comes from john stock the author of the lego palace series

Captain Hate

Hinderaker gets it right.

Narciso


This guy is the authority

https://www.cbsnews.com/news/dr-michael-berkland-former-medical-examiner-arrested-for-storing-human-body-parts-in-fla-storage-unit/

sbwaters

Clarice: As we edge ever closer to a matriarchal society, we raise bubble wrapped progeny.

My opinion was that parents who fought in and lived through WWII were determined to protect their children from such memories.

We were protected through the 1950s and first half of the 1960s ... until we—the unskilled and under-educated—revolted because we didn't understand what mattered and why.

Then we mostly miss-raised our own children because we still hadn't learned.

So many good lessons can be taken from current events, we may have a chance finally to recover from the mistakes made 70 years ago by parents who loved us so much they tried to protect us from life.

Narciso

From another piece

Berkland worked for the Medical Examiner's Office between 1997 and May 2003 when he was fired for failing to complete autopsy reports in a timely manner, police said.

Extraneus

He did call.

He did? I missed that. Who did he talk to?

Narciso


Do they read any of the pieces from other networks


https://www.google.com/amp/s/www.nwfdailynews.com/article/20121114/news/311149981%3ftemplate=ampart

Narciso

It takes 10 seconds to find those pieces, if the tables were turned?

Threadkiller

I will go dig it up, Ext.

Tom R

That Berkland guy triggers my confirmation bias as the kind of person who would take money to falsify an autopsy report.

Aside from the fact he could be mentally deranged, what possible reasons could he have for storing body parts in a storage unit?

Extraneus

Ah, no need. Next time you run into it please post. Meanwhile, I'll stand corrected since I know you wouldn't claim it otherwise.

Still, the constant dunking on Trump is irritating.

Old Lurker

Well we now have the talking points for the rest of the year will be:

1. "Transition to Greatness". ("Transform This Nation" was already copyrighted.)

2. "For all of the political hacks out there, if I hadn’t done my job well, & early, we would have lost 1 1/2 to 2 Million People, as opposed to the 100,000 plus that looks like will be the number. That’s 15 to 20 times more than we will lose. I shut down entry from China very early!

...One person lost to this invisible virus is too much, it should have been stopped at its source, China, but I acted very quickly, and made the right decisions."

3. WOW! Look at those stock prices. That must mean the economy is great.

I would be happy to mail my vote for him in today, but it pains me to see the spin and I won't be paying much attention to him now that it is clear what the message is going to be.

Will pull out my old bumper sticker: "WORDS. They mean nothing."

Dave (in MA)
This Trump v. Scarborough thing
Imagine. Being accused of something that not only didn't you do, but didn't happen in the first place. We need a SC to look into it.
Buford Gooch

Iggy, you need to write more. Or you need to share more of what you write. Someone in this group could help you put together a book of essays, or just a book. You could also submit to be published online by any of several sites.
your writing and thinking are outstanding. Please consider sharing more.

Narciso

I would think dave, its the only reasonable thing as inigo montoya would agree.

Tom R

2. "For all of the political hacks out there, if I hadn’t done my job well, & early, we would have lost 1 1/2 to 2 Million People, as opposed to the 100,000 plus that looks like will be the number. That’s 15 to 20 times more than we will lose. I shut down entry from China very early!

That's a great talking point that is good optics for Trump and easily defendable in future debates. The Progtards are the ones who spread the fear porn that 1.5-2 million people would die. Moving the goalposts to blame Trump for 100K deaths just makes the left look idiotic and dishonest.

Threadkiller
Massie said Tuesday that he spoke to Mr. Trump the morning of Friday's vote, and thought the president misunderstood what he was trying to accomplish.

"He thought I would be, you know, that I could somehow single-handedly stop the bill. No, I can't do that, I'm one member of Congress, but what I can do is I can force people to show up to work, and I can make my best effort to get people on the record, and that's what I did, without ever delaying the bill," Massie said.

https://www.cbsnews.com/amp/news/coronavirus-bill-thomas-massie-defends-demand-for-vote/


That conversation was the day of the vote. Massie has made it clear since the Monday or Tuesday of that week that he was going to ask that the Constitution was followed. Pelosi and McCarthy were horse trading and leveraging him right out of the gate:


Massie said House Republican leadership leaned hard on him to try to get him in line.

“I was offered a lot of things, and I was threatened with some things,” he said, declining to elaborate.

Ultimately, party leaders figured a workaround of sorts in which a quorum — at least 216 members — showed up Friday to rebuff Massie’s demand for a formal roll call vote on the measure, which will boost unemployment insurance, provide some cash to individuals and offer a lifeline to distressed industries.

https://www.politico.com/news/2020/03/27/thomas-massie-rejects-trump-demand-152212

If Trump was blindsided it was from GOP House leadership. They were keenly aware of what was going on. Ultimately they had the votes and there was no delay while shutting Massie out of the 4hr debate:

https://www.foxnews.com/politics/thomas-massie-defends-himself-coronavirus-bill

The interview at the link is funny to me. Shannon Breem is aghast.

Narciso

On another note


https://lawliberty.org/remembering-patton/

Captain Hate

Here is Bill Kristol's The Lincoln Project's ad against Brad Parscale.

https://tinyurl.com/ybdhapos

Apparently we should hate him because Trump pays him well for doing a kickass job -- and get this, Parscale is enjoying his money. How dare you, brad?!

*No one at the Lincoln Project has ever seen a hiphop music video, LOL.
Posted by: Lizzy at May 26, 2020 12:38 PM (bDqIh)

Tom R

"He thought I would be, you know, that I could somehow single-handedly stop the bill.

Why did Massey think it was a good idea to create the impression that Trump doesn't understand how the House legislative process works?

Narciso

They are doing an ad against a pollster, well grifters got to grift.

Extraneus

Now that I see it again, I believe you've posted that before, so my bad. So he talked to Trump and that didn't calm him down because Trump was touting unanimity. The constant self-back-patting still grates, but politicians gotta politic.

Jane

W-ouldnt Berkland be out of jail if helped Scarborough?

Threadkiller

the constant dunking on Trump is irritating.

Massie is really careful to not go after Trump other than his early comments in the heat of the moment. I think he is more nervous about Congress usurping The Constitution than he is about the actions of the current Executive.

The basic gist of his first reaction to Trump’s criticism(that included a disgusting high five to John Kerry) was that he really didn’t think Trump fully understood what was happening in the bowels of Congress. In light of Trump’s recent interview where he admitted that he blew some appointments due to naïveté, and considering how busy he was with the shutdown, I tend to think something either slipped through the cracks or McCarthy was not going to let Trump see failure from him.

Threadkiller

Why did Massey think it was a good idea to create the impression that Trump doesn't understand how the House legislative process works?

I don’t have an answer for you.

Narciso

This was almost a decade later jane, its a pit of snakes up there.

Captain Hate

It's almost like the Rear Admiral is blowing through Omidyar's cash like Thelma and Louise's last drive.

Jane

Dave,

Brilliant! When Trump gets blowback, he should say that!

MissMarple2

https://legalinsurrection.com/2020/05/chinese-troops-cross-into-india-fortify-positions/

This happened on Sunday. Good coverage plus helpful comments from readers.

Jane

We need to help Hong Kong!

Ralph L

we raise bubble wrapped progeny

More one or two child families and mothers anxious about daycare while they pursued careers. Odd that the wrappers don't worry more about the carp spoonfed in classrooms.

Threadkiller

From my quote at 12:55

Ultimately, party leaders figured a workaround of sorts in which a quorum — at least 216 members — showed up Friday

Since the “workaround of sorts” follows the direct language of The Constitution, is it really a workaround?

Idiots.

Narciso


Then theres this

https://www.google.com/amp/s/amp.bradenton.com/news/local/article239523513.html

Jane

Ok, I’m off to get my verdict! I’ll let you guys know!

rse

https://www.wsbtv.com/news/politics/gov-kemp-says-georgia-would-be-honored-host-republican-national-convention/FWHN4SK66NCNTBFQWY2MDHGZEI/

wake up nc.

clarice

Buford, I fully agree. I need Iggy to write at least one article now. Just one, Iggy.

Threadkiller

My absolute best wishes, Jane!

henry

@tocradio

NEW: Trump will announce today new changes to Medicare, allowing diabetic beneficiaries to pay a maximum copay of $35 for monthly supply of insulin — a decrease of roughly 66% on current prices — CMS will monitor the changes and could apply to other pricey drugs in the future

Tom R

The basic gist of his first reaction to Trump’s criticism(that included a disgusting high five to John Kerry) was that he really didn’t think Trump fully understood what was happening in the bowels of Congress.

Once again that reflects poorly on Trump. If Trump truly doesn't fully understand what was happening in the bowels of Congress, he or anyone in his inner circle could have easily picked up the phone and called Nunes, Jordan, Meadows or any of the trusted GOP Congressmen to get all the answers.

I think Massey is still grandstanding and in his attempts to dig himself out of the hole he created he is unwisely making Trump look stupid/clueless in order to make himself look like the #1 defender of the Constitution.

Extraneus

Good luck Jane!

Threadkiller

I think Massey is still grandstanding and in his attempts to dig himself out of the hole he created he is unwisely making Trump look stupid/clueless in order to make himself look like the #1 defender of the Constitution.

I’ve never understood how digging gets one out of a hole, but you may be right.

Tom R

Clarice @ 1:10

Does AT accept opeds from anonymous writers? Redstate is accepting SWC's opeds so the precedent has been set.

Captain Hate

Remember how Slick used to be called the first black President? It should worry the donks that DJT is much more of a mack than Slick. Supermodel wives instead a fat boozed up scullery maid and a series of dumpy low self esteem hosebags. Trump lives large in every sense of the word.

Threadkiller

In the realm of possibilities, is there room for the chance that congress improperly informed Trump of the bowel movements and that Trump didn’t understand the goings on through not fault of his own?

MissMarple2

https://www.baltimoresun.com/coronavirus/bs-md-coronavirus-baltimore-events-canceled-20200520-b4dzxowjujfbnpfrwpwdpdrnym-story.html

Baltimore cancels all large summer events through Aug. 31, including Fourth of July fireworks, Artscape

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Published on May 20, but I think it's good to let people know that these shutdowns are continuing in dem areas, and in the process they are hurting vendors, small businesses, and causing a serious upset with average citizens.

Narciso

They did initially for me, but they only grant that privilege to fedora. Whoever he or she is.

Narciso

Whos got the whole wretched on searchlight harry,

jimmyk

As we edge ever closer to a matriarchal society, we raise bubble wrapped progeny. That's my view.

Yes, it's the world of "safe spaces" and "triggering." The precious hipsters never experienced any genuine existential threats, so now they imagine this minor nuisance is in that category. Their helicopter/lawnmower parents have smoothed out every obstacle, so they end up hypersensitive and irrational. It's the analog to the excessively clean environments making people allergic to everything.

Extraneus

https://theconservativetreehouse.com/2020/05/25/ag-bill-barr-calls-the-action-of-sco-robert-mueller-and-doj-rod-rosenstein-abhorrent-and-a-grave-injustice/

Extraneus

so now they imagine this minor nuisance is in that category.

Which is why Tapper equated dead warriors to COVID fatalities yesterday.

clarice

Tom R, It has in the past that I know of.

Another view on the Rear Admiral and his fleet, a great deal like my own:https://amgreatness.com/2020/05/23/an-open-letter-to-the-d-c-right/

Tom R

That's the second time Sundance has resorted to disinformation to spread that narrative. AG Barr never once mentioned Mueller, Rosenstein or the SC by name. If Sundance were to stop treating his speculation as fact and twisting everything to fit whatever his speculation is, he could easily interpret that "grave injustice" to be the spying on Trump as well as the false allegations of Russian collusion by the Democrats and Fake News media, which is exactly what AG Barr explicitly mentions.

Tom R

Clarice @ 1:31

Got it. Iggy doesn't have an excuse anymore.

MissMarple2

Errol Webber For Congress (CA-37)
@ErrolWebber
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The liberals have realized that the only hope they have at winning in 2020 is either to #TakeTrumpOffTwitter or commit massive voter fraud.

When Trump can get his unfiltered message out to the masses, they know the masses will respond with support.

That’s why they fear him!
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Biography:

My name is Errol Webber.

I am a proud Republican.

I am America First.

I am pro-small business.

I am pro-2nd Amendment.

I am running for Congress to unseat Karen Bass.

Patriots, I look forward to your support!

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— Errol Webber For Congress (CA-37) (@ErrolWebber) May 19, 2020

Video at link.

Tom R

https://twitter.com/davidcorndc/status/1265286865676099587?s=21

Well in addition to bringing attention to the death of the intern, Trump has now gotten one of the prominent Progtards to acknowledge Hillary started the Birther movement. I now step aside to let TK run with this.

Threadkiller

I now step aside to let TK run with this.

Why bother with me?

Narciso

Ah david wrote an interesting bio on ted shackley and a not so interesting roman a clef about washington deep background or some such. Shackley enabled the fraud against ed wilson that lasted 20 years.

Threadkiller

That was a waste of time. David Acorn says nothing about Hillary. DawsonSFields speculates without evidence.

Did I miss something?

MissMarple2

https://www.whitehouse.gov/live/

Press Secretary Predator Kayleigh has a press briefing scheduled to start at 2:00.

The Infamous Ignatz

Hinderaker:
"This is an example of the kind of dumb thing I wish President Trump wouldn’t do. I assume there is no reason to think that Joe Scarborough had anything to do with Ms. Klausutis’s death. But isn’t there a larger point here?"

Would Hinderaker be talking about that larger point if Trump weren't doing that "dumb thing"?

Usually when there is nothing to what Trump is squawking about he is unconcerned about what did or didn't happen but about shaping the battlefield and weakening his enemies.

For instance he got suckered and pressured into supporting a shutdown. So now he is using the very models the progs touted as undeniable science to prove his actions saved a couple million people. What's the progs answer to that? DON'T follow the science?

Trump is operating essentially behind enemy lines with a handful of helpers. Out here in the rest of the country the arsenal of democracy is ready willing and able to help but he's still behind the lines in enemy territory.
Given those constraints I'd say Lee Marvin and his Dirty Dozen have done far better than any of us could have hoped four years ago.

Dave (in MA)

Whodathunkit?

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