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  1. Right, on all counts. Also like the tactic the attorney for the Shitshaman - guy with the horns, etc. - is using. Demanding a pardon for his client from on the grounds that his client was in the Capitol on 's invitation. And bringing up the point that it's of to turn his back on his people. That's created a brilliant NO WIN scenario for the outgoing Coward in Chief, and i hope a lot of other shyster attorneys run with it.
  2. Yes, it DOES look good, and for Gaga, one of the best singers on this planet.
  3. i don't have a problem going ahead and saying it. Still go from zero to Highlander in about two seconds
  4. Well, this is going to flush quite a lot of rats out of their holes. All for the best, in the long run. Difficult to watch in the short run.
  5. Plus there is some talk that some members of Congress gave tours to people who returned to riot and destroy. Explaining why the rioters knew which unmarked offices belonged to which other members.
  6. About time that people start to realize that the Donturd will turn on EVERYONE, eventually. Karma is a bitch.
  7. And not just Trump - this, from THE WRAP: "Forbes magazine’s chief content officer delivered a stark warning to companies that might consider hiring Kayleigh McEnany, Kellyanne Conway, Sarah Huckabee Sanders and other former spokespeople in the Trump White House: Do so and risk losing all credibility given their history of perpetuating “lies-upon-lies, repeated frequently and fervently” on behalf of the president. And what better way to punish those spreaders of untruth than by warning the businesses who hire them in the future? “Let it be known to the business world: Hire any of Tr
  8. Yes, it is - from VOX: One of Donald Trump’s biggest backers in Silicon Valley is renouncing his support for the president in the wake of last week’s riot at the Capitol, Recode has learned. Doug Leone, a billionaire investor who donated big money to Trump and even served on a White House task force, is making his first public comments to date about his years-long support for Trump. Leone, a longtime head of the elite venture capital firm Sequoia Capital, has tried to keep a low profile but has drawn fire for being one of the few major tech figures to actively back Trump. “After
  9. And, from PEOPLE, THIS: Mayor Bill de Blasio announced Wednesday that New York City will terminate all business contracts with President Donald Trump's business, following last Wednesday's deadly riot at the U.S. Capitol incited by the sitting president. "I'm here to announce that the city of New York is severing all contracts with the Trump Organization," de Blasio said in an interview on MSNBC. "Our legal team has done an assessment and the contracts make very clear: if a company [or] leadership of a company is engaged in criminal activity, we have the right to sever that
  10. And probably exactly WHY the proper protection wasn't in place, given that the Virginia office of the FBI had passed on information that there was going to be violence. The FBI confirmed the information had been passed on, after those in charge of security claimed that they had no warnings.
  11. Yup. Especially since his last statement included a threat of more violence, if Congress goes ahead and impeaches him. Which they are going to do today, and Liz Cheney is going to be one of the Representatives that votes yes. Whether the Senate will convict him is another matter, but at least it will be on record that he is the ONLY President to be impeached twice.
  12. Yup - and from CNN (i'm just using quotes instead of links, since there is so much going on): New York (CNN Business) GoFundMe will no longer allow people to fundraise for travel expenses used for potentially violent political events after pro-Trump protesters used the platform to rake in cash ahead of storming the US Capitol. "Due to the violence, GoFundMe has removed numerous fundraisers intended to raise money for travel expenses," a spokesperson for the company told CNN Business. The spokesperson said the company will also remove fundraisers for travel expenses for a
  13. And, speaking of jerking the money away, Deutsche Bank - the only major bank that would loan him money after he defaulted on so many other banks - won't do business with him "going forward". i'm suspecting there will be some other ramifications there. And, a quote from POLITICO regarding Signature Bank in New York: "Separately, New York's Signature Bank said it is closing Trump's personal accounts and calling for his resignation. The bank is pledging to no longer do business with any members of Congress who objected to the certification of President-elect Joe Biden's election last w
  14. Well, there will undoubtedly be trouble, but this time there will also be preparation. People still have plans for all of the state capitols as well, and we had the National Guard out at our state capitol in Olympia yesterday waiting for it. So very little of it materialized. Turns out a couple of Seattle police officers were in D.C. for the Trump rally. They've been suspended while there is an investigation as to whether they also took part in the attack on the Capitol. It's already been announced that, if they were there, they will be fired. Since the one Capitol Police officer was
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