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Posted in: Trump search inventory reveals new details from FBI seizure See in context

What a worry to see all those empty folders. Chances are high Trump has sold them to Putin, Xi or a number of enemies to try and get out of debt or create places to receive credit and money to run his election on their behalf.

He's a traitor to the constitution, as shown by his action/inaction of the insurrection, and shown continually to promote himself over the United States of America.

He's a criminal and the worst traitor in the history of the country, bar none, and his scamming narcissistic personality certainly makes it easy to read between the lines why he would take documents and have so many empty folders of importance. It's all about making money for himself.

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Posted in: Putin will not attend Mikhail Gorbachev funeral: Kremlin See in context

Donald Trump did the same kind of thing, as with McCain’s and Bush’s funerals.

Yes. He and Putin are very similar tyrant types who abhor people and leaders who tried to be fair, or at least, weren't completely dictatorial in their ways.

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Posted in: Biden warns Americans that Trump and his MAGA allies threaten democracy See in context

The ideology of MAGA is based on ubiquitous lies. Their narrative from falsehood blinds MAGA followers and allows them to be hypocritical and lie to themselves to the point they have no idea if they are lying, why they lie or how to stop.

There is no line they will not cross at the cost of the United States of America and her constitution and democracy. It is proven often in these threads. The lies just keep on keeping on with the Trump crowd, and great for Biden to call out MAGA wrong doers, everywhere.

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Posted in: Obstruction now a major focus in Trump documents probe See in context

A couple here can't admit their buddy no longer in chief is a criminal. Nixon supporters do that kind of stuff. Oh, not Nixon? You mean this Trump guy? Yep, even 3745. Wow, is that bad, cause 37 was the biggest criminal in office till 45 came along to fleece his cult. You were a crook 37. 45, you are a ridiculous thug who thinks he's above the law. Wow, this new proof of why the raid occurred is fun to see 45 and his team of supporters squirm silly and wrong answers.

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Posted in: Judge orders unsealing of redacted affidavit in Trump search See in context

There is a Presidential Records Act and the ability for a President to declassify documents at his discretion that say differently.

Just proves the point that right wingers make up narratives to fit their lies. Happens ubiquitously.

And that right wingers are blind to the truth. Funny thing is if a Democrat does what Trump did by taking out documents that shouldn't have left Washington, they'd be raging on the criminality! Love that hypocrisy!! LOL!!!

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Posted in: Judge orders unsealing of redacted affidavit in Trump search See in context

From Nixon to Bush/Cheney to Trump, the stuff Republicans do in office are constantly if not purely criminal, full of lies of which the right continues to find belief in wrong narrative and often goes against the democracy of the USA and her constitution.

Trump illegally kept documents, it's quite obvious to anyone who isn't a truth blind right winger.

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Posted in: 'Star Wars' spy thriller 'Andor' explores galaxy's murky underworld See in context

How to turn millions of dollars in decadent hollywoodish garbage..

Decadent Hollywoodish? LOL. Blanket statemenish garbage.

Production value and storylines have been great, especially the first season of the Mandalorian, done by the very talented Jon Favreau. Long live Grogu!

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Posted in: Court refuses to recognize trans woman as parent of child born after transition See in context

Of all the ridiculous things of living in Japan, this one takes the cake. The first is they require surgery on sexual organs to recognize gender change? F that. Then they can't recognize this person as a parent post gender change? Ridiculous that breaks the ridiculous scale.

Japan is scary when it comes to legalities and rules, too often.

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Posted in: Judge appears willing to unveil some of Mar-a-Lago affidavit See in context

We don’t know yet, but we might be able to surmise as to what these people were trying to do, because none of this makes sense as far as the actions are concerned, other than being a weaponized side wing of the Democrat party now

The right thinks there is a conspiracy and bias against Trump, because Trump tried to get Comey to side with him when in office. It was illegal and stupid as president to do so, but in his world of autocratic thought, he believed the president of the United States had the power to do anything he wanted. Trump was so ignorant to the 3 branches of government, he thought he could control the FBI.

The right didn't complain of the FBI when going through Hilary's emails or looking into Hunter Biden's activities, still on going.

But now they'll come up with how the FBI is a conspiracy and a wing for the democrats because the many possible wrongs of Trumps are being investigated. Laughable and ridiculous as to why they believe evil wrong doing toward the FBI by Trump is repeated by Biden's office. The FBI, of which Trump didn't understand when essentially bribing Comey...a private dinner is unheard of for the FBI director with a president...is independent of any political party and presidential agenda.

Republican's lie and make up narrative ubiquitously and they keep lying. It's comedy but the truth they lie so freely and without any guilt makes it pathetic and scary.

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Posted in: Venus Williams, Osaka exit Cincinnati in first round See in context

Naomi needs to come home to Japan and reconnect with the millions of fans that admire her and follow her progress.

I don't think Naomi Osaka truly cares for the country of Japan, her people, or people in general, just herself. She chooses money routes and looks for accolades, more than actually caring for causes and issues, imo. She comes across as a very trite and narcissistic individual.

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Posted in: Injured motorcyclist returned to accident scene after hospital refuses to take him due to positive COVID test See in context

If you see ambulances at a scene that keep sitting even an hour after loading a patient, it is because the paramedics are searching everywhere for a hospital that will accept the patient.

I've required emergency medical twice. The first was an auto accident and I was put in an ambulance. My vision is terrible and my glasses were thrown about in the accident, and I hit my eye/head pretty hard causing some bleeding and confusion. There were other scrapes and bruises, but no broken bones.

I indeed sat in an ambulance for over 30 minutes, as they tried to find an emergency clinic who would see me, and eventually, they found one. Once there, the care was fine as I got an eye exam from a university teaching hospital physician and was patched up and cleared with cautionary warnings should I have dizziness, etc.

The second time I went in myself to an empty emergency room at the Hiroo Hospital, where I eventually was seen by a staff doctor who gave little care to my very painful injury. I had likely crushed a ligament in my ankle/foot area and couldn't walk without severe pain. The physician didn't give me anything. Just looked at it, said it wasn't broken and poof. 3 minutes and I'm done.

It was a debilitating injury and painfully, got on a train to go home. I went to my own doctor and given crutches as it was obvious, the pain was so bad, walking was impossible. My doctor was incredulous the ER gave no indication of how serious the injury actually was, and no offer for crutches of any medication, not even a wrap. Total indifference and zero care in the ER. A very strange experience.

So if one expects care of, say an American ER, be forewarned, it isn't the same physician care nor concern. It is quite amazing how health care here is money oriented with a lack of emotion. I know it can be everywhere, but it is shocking when it happens to you.

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Posted in: 'South Park' enjoys a silver anniversary of satire See in context

Parker and Stone: Comedic genius.

With apologies to Jesse Jackson.

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Posted in: Man kills himself after ramming U.S. Capitol barrier See in context

.1 % chance a non Trump follower does this to 'frame' Trump supporters, or someone outside his cult.

99.9% chance it's a Trump follower.

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Posted in: Man kills himself after ramming U.S. Capitol barrier See in context

There's a breakdown of late of Trump supporters doing self harm as shown in Cincinnati and this incident. I fear the latest proof of the FBI investigation taking top classified documents and all actions against a very wrong Donald Trump is breeding hopelessness to those ardent supporters.

It was and is a matter of time before the frustrations of realizing Trump's words are wrong, laden with lies and evil, leading to those who are waking up and smelling the roses of the total demise of Trump power.

They backed the wrong horse and some cannot handle it. Like the coward Trump is, they are doing cowardly deeds to 'prove themselves' and their loyalty to Donald by poorly constructed protests with the easy way out is to do a suicidal type act as in Cincinnati and Washington.

Truly a pathetic lot, Trump supporters.

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Posted in: Man kills himself after ramming U.S. Capitol barrier See in context

Connect the dots. Insurrection. Mar-a-Lago. Cincinnati. Capitol. Typically stupid attack...no plan, no brains just drive thru a barrier and kill yourself (look Donald, look what I did for you. I support you forever!).

The Trump cult of crazy strikes again.

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Posted in: FBI seized 'top secret' documents from Trump home See in context

The details of this story don't add up.

It makes no sense other than a smear campaign.

Trumps not even president anymore.

Of course, it adds up. That's what the FBI does is add it all up to find reason for the raid.

It's not a smear campaign, Trump has done wrong, and he got caught.

But at least you acknowledge Trump is no longer president. That means he's a citizen who can and is being investigated for breaking laws of the United States of America. Not the Un-united States of Trump. It isn't his country to do as he pleases, which is what he believed while president, and apparently is so delusional, he still thinks he is above the law.

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Posted in: FBI seized 'top secret' documents from Trump home See in context

Why weren’t other peaceful measures used to solve the situation before the raid?

There were. The FBI and Garland informed Trump and Trump ignored their communications.

Lied?? Wait? According to whom?

Wake up and smell the roses. Trump's lies are ubiquitous. He changes his tune and lies because he thinks he's so privileged he can, whenever he wants.

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Posted in: FBI seized 'top secret' documents from Trump home See in context

Pretty much all liberal ones, so what are you saying now?

The raid on Mar-a-Lago has nothing to do with liberals or Biden, or whatever argument pops up pro Trump and anti-liberal. Get off that horse, already.

The fact is the FBI acted independently with a great amount of work to determine Trump had taken documents he shouldn't have. That's now a fact.

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Posted in: FBI seized 'top secret' documents from Trump home See in context

Trump is guilty of believing he's above the law. He always believed the presidency would protect him from all wrong doing, including trying to get Comey on his side as a show of loyalty to him...an obvious breech of the office of the president and a lack of common sense.

The document labeled 'Top Secret/SCI' is of such importance to national security, even the most ardent Trump follower cannot possibly condone his actions of purposely taking documents with him after his presidency. It is continued proof Trump is an unhinged individual with narcissistic traits from thoughts he is privileged to the extent he is untouchable in the eyes of his own laws.

No he's not. Ultimately, he is an American and has to abide by the constitution and the laws. He's going down for treason and multiple acts against the democracy and good of the United States of America as the most mentally unstable liar the office of the presidency has ever known.

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Posted in: U.S. attorney general says he 'personally approved' Trump home search See in context

Right wingers didn't denounce the FBI doing its diligence on Hillary email exposure, timed poorly for her and the democrats just prior to the 2016 election.

They do denounce Mar-a-Lago, again the FBI doing its diligence.

The hypocrisy and lies are the MO of conservatives. It is pathetic.

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Posted in: U.S. attorney general says he 'personally approved' Trump home search See in context

As any kid who ever had Civics back in the day knows, there are 3 branches of US government.

Executive. Legislative. Judicial. The 3 are created so that no one branch can over extend control the USA. Trump tried to control the Judicial branch by asking for Comey's loyalty, and it was a breech of the common good to the office of the president and democracy of America.

He has denounced the raid on Mar-a-Lago with conspiracy of the justice system, screaming bias and complaining like the juvenile he is. One who got dissed trying to get the FBI to side with him during his presidency.

Garland says: "Faithful adherence to the rule of law is the bedrock principle of the Justice Department and of our democracy," "Holding the rule of law means applying the law evenly without fear or favor."

It was due diligence on his decision to raid Trump's pad. It was warranted.

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Posted in: Trump says FBI conducting search of Mar-a-Lago estate See in context

The House of Lies: Mar-a-Lago.

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Posted in: Foreign employees at Lawson claim unfair treatment such as forced sushi and Christmas cake purchases See in context

More often than not, the Japanese will know something must be protested at work, but when push comes to shove, they bail to the safety of having a job and the company gets fewer complaints from employees than they should. It's a bit of brainwashing the Japanese for company strength, and that strength becomes quite a stranglehold on them.

So, I'm glad to see foreign workers speaking up about what is an absurd policy from Lawson's, but typically, one where the Japanese know is not right, but they will ultimately side with Lawson and castigate the foreign workers behind their backs, as a likely scenario. It's not a pleasant thought to say they are cowards, but I've seen it first hand happen to myself.

Some Japanese workers are with you, say they will support your cause, until you actually speak up to management, and then they disappear. It's quite pathetic to see people not have clarity to do the right thing, but the murky gray exists.

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Posted in: Will Smith posts an apology video for slapping Chris Rock See in context

What does not feeling ashamed even mean in the context of what happened? Empathy? Will Smith is what, OK with his actions but is remorseful? 100% hollow and self centered.

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Posted in: Japan gov't panel to propose another record minimum-wage hike See in context

The low pay minimum is something that affects people in many ways. It is a big reason why there are many who feel futility. Work for a pittance in comparison to the cost of living and it is a reality of which leads to a large number of desolate people in a rich country.

The rich don't have to pay the poor a fair wage, it's a given the wage is enough, so don't complain. And the Japanese people will work in their ignorance to a much higher level than what they're being paid. It's a cultural brain wash, and the stupidity of it is rather infuriating as it leads to over work and ultimate inefficiency.

The idea of 'zeitaku' is made for people to think they deserve only the minimum to live. I've heard some say it is zeitaku to go to a Starbuck's or eat a 2000 yen meal.

The lifestyle quotient becomes inconsequential as the third world economy Japan once was post war became one of the greatest economies in the world, but the idea of every day people's lives moving forward at the same rate hasn't happened.

I'm consistently surprised at how the average Japanese person lives poorly, and a ridiculously low minimum wage contributes heavily to the unhappiness. Many richer people just like the idea of making money and squirrel it away. Some of the richest people I know don't know how to spend money, only to horde it. They aren't generous nor charitable and live only to make money. It's a trait of a poor country's rich people.

Japan and her leaders don't care of people's happiness enough, which makes Japan not the greatest place to live in the world. It's always going to be a 'bimbokusai' place.

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Posted in: Saitama man arrested for making 9,313 false reservations on luxury trains See in context

9,313 times? Come on, Odakyu inc. should have figured it out by 4,736.

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Posted in: Trump lunged at driver to try to join Capitol riot: aide See in context

This isn’t about left or right, it is about a president who acted in a criminal manner and promoted traitor laden actions to the constitution.

People who don’t realize this are ignoring reality and the facts.

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Posted in: Avalanche bury Lightning 7-0 to take 2-0 lead in Stanley Cup Final See in context

Every measurable from possession stats to shots to score was all Avs. The speed and particularly the blue line ability of the Avs is superior to the Lightning, as are the forwards forecheck and game.

Doubtful the Lightning can come back from their tired game. Avs in a sweep.

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Posted in: Uvalde tells Biden to 'do something'; he pledges 'we will' See in context

Gun elimination is the answer, but Americans, including liberals, love them. They believe it is part of their heritage and right. The stupidity will never cease. A violent society based on the military, war and guns being glorified by people who say they want to do something about multi round mass killings, but politicians fear voter backlash so they never, ever say guns should be eliminated. In essence, they prioritize votes over kids being killed by bullets in the USA. That's a fact.

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Posted in: Gunman opens fire on Brooklyn subway; at least 10 shot See in context

does not help making people aware and open to a dialog toward compromises and resolutions.

how do you handle the dialog with this:

Definitely need more guns in America. If every single person on the train had been carrying at least one automatic weapon and several magazines containing high velocity bullets, then this tragedy would have been avoided.

If you've lost a family member to a gun tragedy, think you'd be more upset with pro gun over anti gun.

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