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Donald Trump Names Day He’ll Be Arrested In New Truth Social Screed


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Trump is a con man , he will say anything anyone wants to hear . I was just reading about how all his Jan 6th protestors(cough, rioters) , have jumped ship and said they feel betrayed . And like they said , they didn't see him talking about protesting when many of them were arrested , but only him when he may be arrested. And we don't see him arrested yet on Tuesday anyway  , do we?

'He Betrayed Us': Why Trump's Call To Protest Is Flopping (msn.com)

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2 hours ago, el midgetron said:

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I do like how you defend the president using the political persecution of his opposition to “control the narrative” about what’s happening with the banks. And pardoning himself? Cheers to you for being so unfiltered. 

 

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LOL. You think Trump is being persecuted. It's called accountability. Learn the difference.

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1 hour ago, and-then said:

Here's Trump's answer to the indictment ;) 

They KNOW he's serious.  Watch how they react...

He forgot to add: "I will continue to flout the constitution, do anything I damn well please, and if caught I will scream Russia! Russia! Russia! Hoax! Fake News! etc.."

Look at the Trump org 17 felony conviction. Was that fake news, a witch hunt, or do you think the court was wrong?

I bet you will not answer the question. You and many others will just ignore it.

It goes to show deflection from Trump is just that. It wasn't a witch hunt, but accountability towards broken laws.

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1 hour ago, razman said:

Trump is a con man , he will say anything anyone wants to hear . I was just reading about how all his Jan 6th protestors(cough, rioters) , have jumped ship and said they feel betrayed . And like they said , they didn't see him talking about protesting when many of them were arrested , but only him when he may be arrested. And we don't see him arrested yet on Tuesday anyway  , do we?

'He Betrayed Us': Why Trump's Call To Protest Is Flopping (msn.com)

Look how he called for protest to "take our country back" and they say, "show me where he called for violence."

Yet January 6th he said, "you will never take back our country with weakness" and extreme violence did break out that day. And they say, "show me where he called for violence.

Only the willfully blind refuse to see what he is calling for. 

He knows what he is saying, and Waco was chosen for a reason, just watch what this traitor says on Saturday.

He Isn't going to Waco to praise the FBI, but to foment hatred towards the very same FBI he has been attacking for years on end.

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1 hour ago, MGB said:

Look how he called for protest to "take our country back" and they say, "show me where he called for violence."

Yet January 6th he said, "you will never take back our country with weakness" and extreme violence did break out that day. And they say, "show me where he called for violence.

Only the willfully blind refuse to see what he is calling for. 

He knows what he is saying, and Waco was chosen for a reason, just watch what this traitor says on Saturday.

He Isn't going to Waco to praise the FBI, but to foment hatred towards the very same FBI he has been attacking for years on end.

Yep he's trying to sow trouble , he doesn't care if there is violence , all he cares about is Trump. He talks it up like its " Make america great  " , or " take back your country" , but what he really is saying is , make him great  , and give him the country. 

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On 3/20/2023 at 8:40 AM, HSlim said:

LOL, I'm not sure anyone would openly admit to sleeping with Hillary besides Bill

Hi HSlim

Has Bill ever openly admitted it though as history shows he had a penchant for hitting the drive-through rather than supping at home? he was friends with chef Epstein and his all you can eat diner buffet .:lol:

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6 hours ago, HSlim said:

I mean they only put her through 11 hours of testimony (without needing a subpoena) and months and months of investigation.  But I guess that wasn't enough?

If she is indeed guilty of treason and murder, I would say, no. I didn't hear about not having a subpoena...

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6 hours ago, Tatetopa said:

It is a misdemeanor unless it is tied to another crime.  Tax fraud for example.

But are they charging the other charges too, or just the campaign finance xharge alone? From what I've read the only charge currently discussed is the campaign "Stormy" charge. 

So, at that point a misdemeanor. 

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6 hours ago, HSlim said:

I mean they only put her through 11 hours of testimony (without needing a subpoena) and months and months of investigation.  But I guess that wasn't enough?

Is that the time she answered 30 of the 36 questions with "I don't recall..."? 

Edit: I was close...

https://www.cnn.com/videos/tv/2016/09/02/fbi-hillary-clinton-report-email-investigation-classified-perez-lead.cnn

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Hillary Clinton told the FBI I do not recall or remember 39 times in interviews with the FBI about her private email servers. CNN's Evan Perez reports.

Is that really that much better?

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2 minutes ago, DieChecker said:

But are they charging the other charges too, or just the campaign finance xharge alone? From what I've read the only charge currently discussed is the campaign "Stormy" charge. 

So, at that point a misdemeanor. 

Yeah.  As far as I know nothing official from the DA has been released, so  Stormy seems to be the leading lady.  She established  the payout money  that got transferred through Cohen from Trump.  His lawyers and apologists have said it was his personal money.  Maybe that can be traced back to where it came from with Alan Weiselberg's help  It the money was declared on taxes as a legal expense, it might be tax evasion.  Or there might be more charges when the indictment comes.

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7 minutes ago, DieChecker said:

Is that the time she answered 30 of the 36 questions with "I don't recall..."? 

Edit: I was close...

https://www.cnn.com/videos/tv/2016/09/02/fbi-hillary-clinton-report-email-investigation-classified-perez-lead.cnn

Is that really that much better?

Yeah, all of a sudden she seemed to suffer from CRS (can't remember squat) disease. How convenient...

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5 hours ago, Gummug said:

If she is indeed guilty of treason and murder, I would say, no. I didn't hear about not having a subpoena...

Treason?  For what?  If Trump can't be considered treasonous then trying to say Hillary is is pretty laughable

And murder?  Pray tell who she's murdered. 

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4 hours ago, Gummug said:

Yeah, all of a sudden she seemed to suffer from CRS (can't remember squat) disease. How convenient...

Kinda like pleading the 5th over 400 times in one sitting?

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9 hours ago, MGB said:

LOL. You think Trump is being persecuted. It's called accountability. Learn the difference.

No, you defended the premise of the meme you were responding to. Like you said, “controlling the narrative” by shifting to OMG BOM! 
 

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14 hours ago, jmccr8 said:

Hi HSlim

Has Bill ever openly admitted it though as history shows he had a penchant for hitting the drive-through rather than supping at home? he was friends with chef Epstein and his all you can eat diner buffet .:lol:

I mean......to be like a repub I'll say....trump was obviously closer....

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8 hours ago, el midgetron said:

No, you defended the premise of the meme you were responding to. Like you said, “controlling the narrative” by shifting to OMG BOM! 
 

Freudian slip :yes::lol:

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15 hours ago, DieChecker said:

Is that the time she answered 30 of the 36 questions with "I don't recall..."? 

Edit: I was close...

https://www.cnn.com/videos/tv/2016/09/02/fbi-hillary-clinton-report-email-investigation-classified-perez-lead.cnn

Is that really that much better?

Rumsfeld used the same line over 80 times during the questioning of the death of Pat Tilman. I always found that amazing. Are average citizens able to use that line to such extent? So long as you don't lie with a story saying I don't recall appears to always work for these people. Is that how it works for everyone?

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6 minutes ago, F3SS said:

Rumsfeld used the same line over 80 times during the questioning of the death of Pat Tilman. I always found that amazing. Are average citizens able to use that line to such extent? So long as you don't lie with a story saying I don't recall appears to always work for these people. Is that how it works for everyone?

I was submarined by my platoon sergeant when I was scheduled to go before the E5 board in the Army and I was the only one of 10 people to get enough points to get promoted.  I answered every question but the map question with "Sir, I don't remember".   The platoon sergeant wasn't on the same page as the captain and colonel so he tried to make sure I would mess up the E5 board by not telling me until I showed up for formation in my fatigues that I was supposed to be in my dress greens at the board room.   I also did not get a study guide like the others (the sergeant did not think women should be in the army).

So, yes it is a valid way to answer a question when you don't know the answer.  But in court I am not sure, I suspect the rule applies to anyone.

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The only reason that this whole thing is visible news is because of a dishonest tweet by trump that he was going to be arrested on Tuesday (which has come and gone)  He made himself front page news and played the press like suckers.  Guy is an evil genius.

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