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Posted in: Democrats take big new step toward impeaching Trump See in context

Bottom line, is he will be impeached

Yeah, we'll see if they ever actually take it up for a vote and if they have the votes.

Wanna bet? The house will impeach Trump. Naw, I wouldn't bet with you, it'd be like taking candy away from a baby.

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Posted in: Pelosi rebukes reporter: 'Don't mess with me' See in context

Attacking Pelosi, and whining on with misogynistic words such as hysterical nut and hell hath no fury like a women are typically Trumpet juvenile name calling. Bottom line is she is a patriot, and will impeach Trump based on protecting the constitution.

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Posted in: Democrats take big new step toward impeaching Trump See in context

Even if it were impeachable, it's going to get snuffed out the moment it hits the Senate.

Trumpets believe that 'even if it were impeachable', meaning whether they believe it is true or not, they would not favor impeachment. It is typically wrong and being lemmings while looking thru fascist glasses. Bottom line, is he will be impeached, that's a process for the House, not the Senate.

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Posted in: 'Nasty', 'two-faced', 'brain dead': NATO pulls off summit despite insults See in context

'Trump, the world thinks you are an incompetent, ignorant, dumb, deranged buffoon—and they are right. And you prove it to them every day.'

The most accurate description, by George Conway, of why leaders of the world believe Trump is folly. Unfortunately, being the village idiot isn't funny because Trump represents the USA at the highest level and he doesn't practice diplomacy and proper manner. His acts are those of a bully and a thug. His disrespectful comments and lack of proper behavior and attacks toward leaders in both the USA and throughout the world are unacceptable and embarrassing and ultimately leads to comments of derision toward him by foreign leaders. He reaps what he sows, and it's the first time in our history an uncouth buffoon is universally ridiculed as president of the USA.

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Posted in: Trump barrels into NATO summit, clashes with France's Macron See in context

Haha. Lincolnman, this is exactly what the state run media of the fascist Trump regime would write up:

"The world's greatest and slimmest leader arrived in London today to adulation by millions of adoring supporters. His stable genius was on full display when he commented on trade negotiations with China which caused an immediate increase on world stock markets. His overflowing charisma charmed all his European counterparts. And he made a strong rebuke and threat to Putin over Russia's continued invasion of Ukraine and annexation of Crimea"....

I realize it's written in humor, but all the Trumpets don't realize this is the lies they live. Ignorance is bliss.

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Posted in: White House says Trump won't participate in Wednesday's impeachment hearing See in context

Why would he waltz into a perjury trap?

Haha. Really funny. Trump in a perjury trap? How? He's always lying so often, he doesn't know truth from lies, he can't help but perjure himself, no matter what he thinks he saying. His lies are facts and facts are lies and he doesn't have a clue which is which. He'd probably opposite speak his story in the middle of the same sentence, which he has done more than few times. He's obviously unhinged, so it's no surprise, but perjury trap? hahaha.

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Posted in: Tougher penalties for smartphone use while driving take effect See in context

On my bicycle, a runner in front of me, on the change of light to green, he ran forward. I was slowly moving on my bicycle, when a truck runs the red light and through the intersection at a good 60 KM. I had my hands on the brakes to stop, but still only missed the truck by inches, which barely missed the runner in front of me on the other side of the truck. Briefly saw the driver, a young guy texted madly...completely unaware he had run a red light and almost killed someone. Definitely laws have to be stricter. It might help just to make texting and walking illegal...way too many people walking blindly in stations and on the road, I'm sure that behavior leads to people texting while driving...

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Posted in: Giuliani calls Trump to tell him he was joking about having an 'insurance policy' See in context

I laughed out loud when Rudy said that.

Everyone knows it was a joke except for the anti-Trumpers :D

I laughed too, knowing Rudy is a weasel, he's not going to prison for Trump, he's gonna sing. Trump's closest people, like him and Rudy, are not one's with integrity, as a priority. Only Trumpets cult can possibly believe Rudy made a joke and won't save his own ass. Just look at the guy and listen, he'll definitely turn on Trump, no question about it.

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Posted in: Schiff: Impeachment report to come soon after Thanksgiving See in context

Yes Crazy Joe!! Exactly!!: The Party of Trump has ceded all claims to being the party of law and order, the military, fiscal responsibility, and national security. Now they just do anything and everything to remain in power. No true American, who values the ideals and principles that the nation was founded on, should ever vote Republican again.

100% agreed. The Republican and Trump base who lie on the impeachment issue, and believe it untrue, in spite of all the testimony exposing the president as doing a quid pro quo with Ukraine should face themselves in the mirror, to their families and their faith. Quit lying, Trumpets. If you've ever heard a 4 year old lie, and know they did eat the cookies they weren't supposed to, that's you. Quit being so juvenile, just stop it, and do the right thing.

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Posted in: Court rules against divorced parents seeking access to children See in context

I was aware of custody type problems. As an American expat, I married a Japanese woman and we had two children in Japan. I had been taking care of the children since ages 1 and 3, and the short story is, my ex wife wanted a divorce, and for me it was contingent on giving me custody of the children, as I had heard of problems seeing your own kids and the archaic ideals of parental contact in Japan. She allowed it, and I was a single father with a six and eight year old.

Today, I proudly have a great relationship with my adult age kids, who are both college educated in their young twenties. I raised the kids, with some difficulty, and with little help from my ex wife during the formative years, but always allowed contact whenever she desired. It was imperative in my mind to allow the children access to her, and I had little spite and bitterness toward their mom in that it was definitely the best thing for the children to try and maintain some civil discourse.

As the ex wife succeeded in her work, she has paid for most of the kids' college education, which I am grateful for and it shows that keeping her in the loop was very important for various reasons, but mostly, kids have needs from both parents. They experienced non negotiable love from me. They learned the realities of Japan and life's difficulties from both of us. It's not that my ex wife did not love the children to leave them to me, she did love them, but she was not mature enough nor have the ability raise them, as I did. She just wasn't the person to parent them.

It all worked out, but I thank my ex wife for perhaps having the sense to know she wasn't equipped to be their main parent. I'll never know if she consciously knew this, or just skipped the difficulties and sacrifices, as parenting is difficult enough without being in a foreign country on your own, incapable of reading in Japanese, and she may or may not have realized how I could have easily messed up my children's lives. But I didn't. It may be the only thing I've ever truly succeeded in my life, and I'm happy and lucky to have had the opportunity. Bottom line is the kids are great, happy and productive having good relationships with both me and the ex.

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Posted in: Former Trump aide calls Ukraine meddling theory fiction; Trump would welcome Senate tria See in context

Is the purpose of the Schiff show to find the truth or to support impeachment?

Duh. Both. It's finding truthful evidence to impeach Trump.

”if she testified”, we would be asking her, not you.

I'm 100% sure they wouldn't be asking me. I'm 99% sure they wouldn't ask Chalupa. Point is, she doesn't bring anything to the impeachment proceedings other than to say the Kremlin was involved, not Ukraine, making it a moot point in the context of gathering evidence for these hearings.

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Posted in: Former Trump aide calls Ukraine meddling theory fiction; Trump would welcome Senate tria See in context

If Schiff didn’t block Alexandra Chalupa from testifying we could hear all about Ukraine and the DNC interfering in 2016.

Chalupa, who has said the Ukrainian-interference theory is a distraction promoted by the Kremlin. And there’s no evidence that the DNC used the information Chalupa found, or that there was any kind of concerted effort within the Ukrainian government was trying to help Hillary Clinton.

If she testified, it'd just bring more evidence the Kremlin was way more involved than Ukraine, but useless for impeachment purposes, at this time.

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Posted in: Former Trump aide calls Ukraine meddling theory fiction; Trump would welcome Senate tria See in context

Good to hear the obvious from Fiona Hill. No one except the perpetual lying Republican/Trumpet base could possibly believe Ukraine meddled in 2016 over Russian interference.

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Posted in: U.S. diplomat says top levels of Trump administration were in on Ukraine pressure See in context

Get ready for the 5 stages of grief when Trump is exonerated in the Senate. Rage at the unfairness of it all when the coup attempt fails. It is all an exercise in stupidity by the rabid Left who have been trying to impeach Trump since two seconds after Hillary blew an easy win in the 2016 election.

Trump is not going to win re-election unless the Dems keep up this ridiculous hate-fest. The election is in one year. This is all a tremendous waste of time over what even the Dems agree was a short delay with no actual bribery or extortion. Go back to working for the American people and quit this charade. It’s only going to hurt more when Trump is found innocent by the Senate.

Um. You need to try and comprehend the hearings. I know it's hard to get facts straight, when Trumpets lie with impunity in their imaginations, but Dems are not the one's dying, here, dude. Trump, Pence, Pompeo and Mulvaney are not feeling lively and frisky, today. In fact, they see their power in the White House have that sinking feeling, which is my reference to the string quartet on a famous boat. Please take my advice and Trumpets just go to Kubler Ross' acceptance, it's foolish not to.

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Posted in: U.S. diplomat says top levels of Trump administration were in on Ukraine pressure See in context

Gordon Sondland, a rich hotel owner, was made the U.S. ambassador to the European Union for donating $1 million to the Trump campaign.

Donny: Quid Pro Quo can really suck.

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Posted in: U.S. diplomat says top levels of Trump administration were in on Ukraine pressure See in context

All are implicated in the Republican White House of Donald Trump, as all are in the loop!!

Donald Trump. Mike Pence. Mike Pompeo. Mick Mulvaney. Round up the deck chairs, boys and play, while the Titanic sinks.

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Posted in: U.S. diplomat says top levels of Trump administration were in on Ukraine pressure See in context

Jim Jordan and Devin Nunes scrambling weasels making no sense at all. It's hilarious listening to their ridiculous and completely irrelevant line of questioning, as Republicans playing dodgeball with their ubiquitous lies.

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Posted in: U.S. diplomat says top levels of Trump administration were in on Ukraine pressure See in context

Here we go Trumpets:






My advice is to go directly to 5.

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Posted in: Trump says he will 'seriously consider' testifying in impeachment inquiry See in context

I'd pay money to see Trump being grilled. Too easy, as his ego rises over his sensibility...thinking he can go in and testify with a positive outcome is just hilarious. I don't think questioning a mentally unfit individual is OK, though. An unhinged Trump is not the way to go for the defense, so ultimately, he won't testify, but just the thought of seeing Trump sitting there is so funny. The juvenile idiot would be a priceless laugh.

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Posted in: Fire threatens posh LA homes as blaze in California wine country rages on See in context

PG&E is being absolutely obtuse in its decisions to shut down its power to its customers in Northern California, as they have prioritized profit over spending on proper infrastructure, while causing the fires from the inability to simply trim trees near their power lines, leaving people in the dark.. It rivals TEPCO wanting to dump nuclear waste from Fukushima into the ocean in its stupidity.

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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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