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Posted in: Trump blasts 'crazy' Nancy Pelosi and Democrats; defends Syria pullout See in context

Donny’s upset Pelosi retweeted the photo he gave her showing her completely and pointedly owning him in his own backyard! That was one stupid move by Donny!! :)

Oh, the irony. It’ll go down in history as the photo symbolizing her crushing the lies and restoring some truth to America, and will be as famous as the flag at Iwo Jima. Donny unwittingly thought he was being clever by posting it and all it shows is Pelosi looking assured and intelligently controlling the Donny, while Trump looks angry and obtuse. What a dummy!!! :D

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Posted in: White House acknowledges strings attached in Trump withholding Ukraine aid See in context

Mulvaney is asked a question. Mulvaney answers it honestly. Mulvaney detracts and lies, saying he didn’t say what he most definitely said. Supporters want to blame the media because they don’t face up to the fact they believe in lies so much, they’re lost in the narrative of the ridiculously false soup they swim in.

If lying is a sin, Trumpets better make plans for a blistering hot after life.

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Posted in: Turkey agrees with U.S. to pause Syria assault while Kurds withdraw See in context

Trump's letter to Erdogan: don't be a tough guy, like not a really rough guy, just can't get enough guy, chest always so puffed guy....duh.

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Posted in: Turkey agrees with U.S. to pause Syria assault while Kurds withdraw See in context

Joint Nobel Peace Prize for Trump, Erdogan, Putin and Assad.

Bwahaha. How quaint. Tell this one to the Kurds, who helped the fight against ISIS and terrorism, and just got the bejesus bombed out of them because of Trump and Erdogan. As for Putin and Assad...a love for true anti American sentiment is Trump's followers' trademark, but then, he's making money off of Putin's oligarchs, of which his minions are not. They don't really know the gist of what is going on, they're so mesmerized by Trump, they'll support any act of his. Unbelievably cultish.

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Posted in: Trump leaves Turkey and Syria to argue it out; Pelosi says he had 'meltdown' See in context

Donald Trump said on Wednesday he did not mind Russia helping Syria in a conflict with NATO ally

He didn't mind??!!???? What??? Trump's is a stupid statement trying to cover his own cowardice while continuing his pet move, kissing Putin's ass. Talk about a sorry tool, Trump turns his back on anyone whom his idiotic anger rages upon. That includes his own loyalists, as we have seen, silly fools.

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Posted in: U.S. demands Syria ceasefire; slaps sanctions on Turkey over incursion See in context

Now Donny defenders are defending his ridiculous action of bolting from the Kurds who helped America?

A description of their mentality:

Instead, Trump has gotten worse. But because of their early accommodation of the president, these voters are essentially stuck with him. 

“Now it’s not just a defense of Trump. It’s a defense of their defense of Trump,” Wehner said. “To indict him is to indict themselves, and to indict their own judgment, and that’s hard for any human being.” 

The result: “They will defend him regardless of what happens, come hell or high water.”

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Posted in: Ex-U.S. envoy to Ukraine tells impeachment inquiry Trump ousted her based on 'false claims' See in context

Yovanovitch told not to go by the WH, but subpoena required her to do so. This hilariously silly behavior from Trump shows that no he can't just say don't testify and believe no one will. He's a scrambling scared weasel and wants power of the presidency over responsibility of his egregious actions.

The crying Trump crowd are relying on their stubborn beliefs and brainwashed minds to believe there is/was no wrong doing by Trump, who believes he, like a King, can do what he wants. In his deranged mind, it's his kingdom, not the people's and only lemmings are allowed.

He won't get away with it, as the subpoenas require testimony and as more and more people are questioned, the proof of Trump's criminal activity will be shown, and then those same lemmings will still deny it. The narrative created by far right crowds is comedic to read, they get so riled up over protecting obvious lies, and don't even listen to Fox, their conservative station that can't hide behind right wing lying narrative anymore, they only listen to Trump's incessant lying.

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Posted in: Naomi Osaka picks Japanese citizenship with eye on Olympics: NHK See in context

How come if she has a Japanese mother and a Haitian father, she has US citizenship? Other than the wording is wrong, and her father is Haitian/American...

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Posted in: Naomi Osaka picks Japanese citizenship with eye on Olympics: NHK See in context

My children have dual nationality but only a Japanese passport .

Hmmm...I suspect you didn't get them both passports, but you could and should have. All it took was time and going to your embassy in Japan or wherever.

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Posted in: Trump escalates impeachment fight, barring envoy's testimony See in context

Ahem, the purpose of the vote is to establish that an impeachment is actually a bipartisan effort, and that the impeachment itself will be transparent, and fair. If these Democrats believe that a behind-closed-doors investigation based on an anonymous source will endear them to the voting public, the Democrat Party may cease to exist in the near future.

hehe. Laughable. Well, back in the day, there was this dick Nixon, another Republican crime boss who would have never resigned/impeached nor found that so many of his Republican staff served time for illegal and criminal activity, lies and cheating regarding Watergate had it been up to just a bipartisan effort.

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Posted in: Trump escalates impeachment fight, barring envoy's testimony See in context

Hey Donny don't go mistaking tyranny for being president of the United States of America. You must, according to the constitution, respond to allegations of impeachment. You're not the King of America, although, your minions want to believe you are.

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Posted in: Trump threatens to 'obliterate' Turkish economy over Syria incursion plan See in context

As Michael Che said, 'are we sure it's OK to make fun of this guy?' Trump is the real joker. Insane.

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Posted in: House Democrats subpoena White House for documents in Trump impeachment probe See in context

This isn't about democrat or republican, it's about right and wrong, and with proof Trump himself has produced and said, there is no doubt that pushing through an impeachment is what morally, ethically and legally should happen. The narrative this is a democrat or whatever thing is wrong, it isn't about that, it's about a corrupt president who ignores the constitution of the United States when it doesn't suit his agenda, even though it is a crime.

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Posted in: Trump says he will formally object to impeachment inquiry See in context

Even rational Trump haters like me

Yah, right. Based on an irrational paragraph...

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Posted in: Some Trump allies eager to defend him but frustrated by White House inaction See in context

But even fake news gets full release when it’s anti-Trump.

Yah, boy that Fox and friends is soooo fake challenging Levin. Get with it, Fox!! So anti-Trump!!

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Posted in: Exasperated Trump's strategy: Flail at Democrats, attack whistleblower, tweet like crazy See in context

No thanks I can read the source document and draw my own conclusions based on the words I see.

Anyone's sane conclusion of truth is that Trump used the names of Giuliani and Barr in attempt to get foreign help from a Ukrainian leader to do deeds against the constitution of the United States. An act of treason of an unpatriotic individual who lies constantly, and an impeachable offense.

Read it right, please.

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Posted in: Seeking favors, Trump asked Ukraine president to investigate Biden See in context

**1. Trump, after congratulating Zelensky on his win, very quickly establishes that the United States has been very, very good to Ukraine. **"I will say that we do a lot for Ukraine. We spend a lot of effort and a lot of time. Much more than the European countries are doing and they should be helping you more than they are."

2. He then makes clear that the US does a lot more for Ukraine than Ukraine does for the US.

"I wouldn't say that it's reciprocal necessarily because things are happening that are not good but the United States has been very, very good to Ukraine."

3. Trump directly asks Zelensky to investigate Joe Biden and his son, Hunter.

"There's a lot of talk about Biden's son, that Biden stopped the prosecution and a lot of people want to find out about that so whatever you can do with the Attorney General would be great. Biden went around bragging that he stopped the prosecution so if you can look into it ... It sounds horrible to me."

4. He suggests that Zelensky should talk to his personal lawyer Rudy Giuliani and Attorney General Bill Barr.

"I will have Mr. Giuliani give you a call and I am also going to have Attorney General Barr call and we will get to the bottom of it."

5. And then Trump reiterates that suggestion

"I will tell Rudy and Attorney General Barr to call."

People who don't see any quid pro quo by Trump and illegal activity here are just fooling themselves. At this point, it is expected for Trump followers to say there is no quid pro quo and he did not do anything constitutionally wrong for the office of the president, but this is an act of treason, and eventually, even those staunch supporters in the senate will have no choice but to not put on their records the facts of illegal wrong doings of this president was supported by them, by voting yes for impeachment.

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Posted in: U.S. House to launch Trump impeachment inquiry over Ukraine controversy See in context

Clever way of calling Pelosi a witch and a piece of garbage at the same time!

Thinking calling it a witch hunt and a double meaning with Pelosi is clever by Trump isn't clever at all. Do remember he called it a witch hunt with Mueller, too.

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Posted in: U.S. House to launch Trump impeachment inquiry over Ukraine controversy See in context

What violations?

-The Constitution’s Foreign Emoluments Clause prohibits the president from accepting personal benefits from any foreign government or official.

-Trump has retained his ownership interests in his family business while he is in office.

Thus, every time a foreign official stays at a Trump hotel, or a foreign government approves a new Trump Organization project, or grants a trademark, Trump is in violation of the Constitution.

For example: shortly after he was sworn into office, the Chinese government

gave preliminary approval to 38 trademarks of Trump’s name. Then, in June, China approved nine Donald Trump trademarks they had previously rejected.

-And every time he goes to golf at a Trump property, he funnels taxpayer money into his family business—violating the Domestic Emoluments Clause.

There are many examples of abuse of executive powers, such as the power play in attempting to pressure the Department of Justice to prosecute political adversaries like Clinton, or attempting to get Comey to drop an investigation into NSA, Michael Flynn. He has continually shown a disregard for basic responsibility as defined by the constitution, including giving cover to the neo-Nazis who rioted in Charlottesville, where he violated his obligation to protect the citizenry against domestic violence. He has also repeatedly attacked the concept of an independent press, and shown favor to Fox, as his network to try and control the narrative of 'fake news' and journalism as 'the enemy of the American people' and led him to try and interfere in the AT&T/Time Warner merger, dismissing free speech. Trump wants a fascist state controlling 'his' media. He has continually shown an unwillingness to uphold and respect the constitution while showing disdain for the crucial foundations to our free society.

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Posted in: S Korean beer imports from Japan plunge 97% See in context

Beer whatevs is just a sympton of the problem, obviously. When world leaders are petty like Abe and Trump, it leads to pissing contests that become bigger problems. If they'd just figure out diplomacy and talk like adults, escalating dumb trade wars don't happen. It isn't hard to see when Trump is playing footsy with Kim, and he and Abe are smiley facing golf strokes, while all three are nationalistic dotards, providing influence on nationalistic dotards in their respective countries, it leads to disputes of nationalistic false pride in many countries, and in this case, between two similar countries in Japan and South Korea.

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Posted in: Democrats urge new probe of Kavanaugh, impeachment inquiry See in context

According to the law, it certainly appears that Kavanaugh is innocent.

According to the law everyone is innocent until proven guilty. Appearance doesn't matter, although his beer guzzling, forcing himself on women certainly 'appears' NOT to show innocence. Kavanaugh would do anything not to go to trial and be proven innocent, because he knows he's guilty of sexual assault,

Because there's zero evidence that he did any of the things he's been accused of, Crazy.

What? Tons of evidence. Many have seen his excessive drinking. Assault on Ford. Assault on Ramirez. His own admission to drinking a ton. Many, many friends and associates saying it is completely plausible he did acts of sloppy behavior and sexual assault. When people like him argue or obfuscate direct questions, it undermines all credibility because of his weasel-ly answers and misdirection. That's not a quality I want in a SCOTUS judge.

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Posted in: Trump ousts hawkish Bolton, dissenter on foreign policy See in context

Bolton is a hypocrite and a coward...advocating more military and raising of force and being known as the 'architect' of the disaster of the Iraq war, where his views failed to understand there was no way out, once attacking Iraq....but choosing to support the Vietnam War, however purposely avoiding military service himself.

Both he and Trump 'somehow' avoided the draft and going to war, but are fine with the idea of someone else dying for them.

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Posted in: TEPCO will have to dump radioactive Fukushima water into Pacific, minister says See in context

How stupid can one get? The idiotic idea of dumping radioactive waste into the ocean to dilute the toxicity is about as unscientific and unsafe for ocean life leading to contamination for all sea type foods would be laughable, if not so ignorant. If TEPCO does indeed dump waste into the precious ocean, I'd want to feed Harada, and all TEPCO employees and all their family members the fish caught from the areas where the dumps are to occur, if he so freely believes TEPCO has no other answers.

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Posted in: Judge reinstates nationwide halt on Trump asylum policy plan See in context

Sorry, I was born and bred in California, before the Democrats took over and destroyed my beloved state, we did have the rule of law, people followed it and people came into our country, our State legally, but that started all to erode in the 90's as Dems started to become more powerful and now we have this social and economic quagmire of disease, homelessness and squalor.

People who hate, will hate 2020 California. The beautiful state of California has naturally influenced its people to emphasize love, peace, diversity, creativity, environmental care, sensibility and empathy for others which leads to decisions counter to the ubiquitous hate of Trump and his supporters.

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Posted in: Trump to challenge California mileage standard See in context

Yeah! I was on the 405 N. A few weeks ago as well as the 5, 10, 110, 710 all that innovation that California thinks it’s made is utter BS. Traffic has worsened that stupid bullet train they wanted which was a complete joke got scraped because it was way too costly and didn't make any sense whatsoever. All that innovation and still people are allowed to defecate on the streets, homeless problem getting out of hand, rising housing costs taxes unbearable, measles, (which was once eradicated in this country) hepatitis and typhoid outbreaks people running from that state as fast as they can and being replaced by low skilled and low wage immigrants all the innovation and they still can’t or won’t solve any of these problems. Progress, yup!

Ugh. Just move away, if you're so negative and upset and complain about life in California. sheesh...

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Posted in: Trump displays incorrectly altered map of Hurricane Dorian path See in context

Being stupid and a liar aren’t mutually exclusive for Donny. The map change looks like he was just being an idiot, but he’s such a habitual liar, it’s the root cause of this ridiculous action.

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Posted in: Japan again proposes raising bluefin tuna fishing quota See in context

Japan might have gotten consideration on the tuna issue if they’d not stubbornly fight for whale killing. There’s no credibility to Japan’s desire for anything to do with fishing when they can’t understand the negativity of whaling!

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Posted in: Police unsure why man went on shooting spree in West Texas See in context

It’s the guns, stupid.

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Posted in: Trump says he'll work with Congress to stop mass shootings See in context

Yeh, the Constitution and 2nd amendment is just outdated and wrong, America. An upgrade mental health is going to lessen mass shootings? pffffft....I guess, if the mostly right wing crazies, millions of them, understand their craziness and the Republican party gets a lobotomy.

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Posted in: Trump attacks Fox News, but the network remains silent See in context

 I do think that they should get as nasty and rude as Democrats.

I think someone forgot the tongue in cheek emoji. It should be in triplicate, and that's being :-J conservative.

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