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    Posted on 07:15:54 - 18/11/22 (2 months ago)
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    Collete [1389080]

    The Bidens should be investigated for taking Chinese money and also money from Ukraine when Putin's buddy was president there , the Clintons for taking Russian money and o wait money from everyone and Trump should be looked at for his connections with Saudi Arabia the whole lot of them are dirty .
    Russian money you say

    A Republican political strategist was convicted of illegally helping a Russian businessman contribute to Donald Trump’s presidential campaign in 2016.

    Jesse Benton, 44, was pardoned by Trump in 2020 for a different campaign finance crime, months before he was indicted again on six counts related to facilitating an illegal foreign campaign donation.

    He was found guilty Thursday on all six counts.
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    Posted on 13:22:05 - 18/11/22 (2 months ago)
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    Barring whether or not any of this is true.... the question to be asked is: Do Republicans want to set the precedent for impeaching folks for stuff that occurred when they were not president? This is especially relevant now that the other guy has announced a 3rd presidential run.
    Therein lies part of the gist. Biden was VP at the time this stuff was alleged to have happened.....and Hunter isn't a public servant so would constitute a dramatic overreach into the life of a private citizen. 





    And the GOP were talking about how they were going to do this 4 months ago in the same breath they were talking about wasteful government spending.
    Republicans on the [Oversight] committee plan to hold high-profile probes into Hunter Biden’s dealings with overseas clients, but they also want to hone in on eliminating wasteful government spending in an effort to align the panel with the GOP’s broader agenda.
    Durham's entire operation cost more than the Mueller Report and achieved nothing as it operated under a logically incoherent premise (Steel dossier as predicate for Trump investigation when it was George Papa drunkenly mentioning to the aussie delegation they were taking Russian dirt).


    This will be leading precisely nowhere. Actually, I'll qualify it by saying it will lead to more direct contacts of GOP members or their connections leading back to Russia. The laptop has been analyzed and there's plenty wrong with it. His sister's diary theft is also being investigated (thieves have pled guilty, ongoing look at project veritas involvement).

    But yeah this will do absolutely zero for inflation (as it actually tracks downwards)

    Edit: won't stop emotionally vapid dilettantes like rhcp, Odin and Zicky from getting into a lather though.
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    Posted on 14:48:26 - 18/11/22 (2 months ago)
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    Barring whether or not any of this is true.... the question to be asked is: Do Republicans want to set the precedent for impeaching folks for stuff that occurred when they were not president? This is especially relevant now that the other guy has announced a 3rd presidential run.
    They tried to impeach trump for political reasons so they don’t exactly have the high ground here lmao
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    Posted on 14:55:54 - 18/11/22 (2 months ago)
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    Barring whether or not any of this is true.... the question to be asked is: Do Republicans want to set the precedent for impeaching folks for stuff that occurred when they were not president? This is especially relevant now that the other guy has announced a 3rd presidential run.

    rhcp [760794]

    They tried to impeach trump for political reasons so they don’t exactly have the high ground here lmao
    They weren't political reasons you oaf.
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    Posted on 14:57:14 - 18/11/22 (2 months ago)
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    angrysc0tsman12 [1099272]

    Barring whether or not any of this is true.... the question to be asked is: Do Republicans want to set the precedent for impeaching folks for stuff that occurred when they were not president? This is especially relevant now that the other guy has announced a 3rd presidential run.

    rhcp [760794]

    They tried to impeach trump for political reasons so they don’t exactly have the high ground here lmao

    Sagramor [1908287]

    They weren't political reasons you oaf.
    Right right just like how bill clintons impeachment was really about the republicans opposition to blowjobs
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    Posted on 14:57:30 - 18/11/22 (2 months ago)
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    There is no functioning democracy in which the opposition party’s first act after winning a majority should be investigating the private citizen son of the President for actions taken three to six years earlier, particularly not as a four year criminal investigation into Hunter Biden — still overseen by a Trump appointee — continues
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    Posted on 14:58:47 - 18/11/22 (2 months ago)
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    Barring whether or not any of this is true.... the question to be asked is: Do Republicans want to set the precedent for impeaching folks for stuff that occurred when they were not president? This is especially relevant now that the other guy has announced a 3rd presidential run.

    rhcp [760794]

    They tried to impeach trump for political reasons so they don’t exactly have the high ground here lmao

    Sagramor [1908287]

    They weren't political reasons you oaf.

    rhcp [760794]

    Right right just like how bill clintons impeachment was really about the republicans opposition to blowjobs
    Tell us what it was about
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    Posted on 15:05:59 - 18/11/22 (2 months ago)
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    angrysc0tsman12 [1099272]

    Barring whether or not any of this is true.... the question to be asked is: Do Republicans want to set the precedent for impeaching folks for stuff that occurred when they were not president? This is especially relevant now that the other guy has announced a 3rd presidential run.

    rhcp [760794]

    They tried to impeach trump for political reasons so they don’t exactly have the high ground here lmao

    Sagramor [1908287]

    They weren't political reasons you oaf.

    rhcp [760794]

    Right right just like how bill clintons impeachment was really about the republicans opposition to blowjobs

    Sagramor [1908287]

    Tell us what it was about
    A political investigation. The mueller report literally said there was no evidence of collusion or conspiracy and they still impeached him. 

    From the very start it was a ginned up political investigation by the FBI. FBI agents even got caught texting about the investigation as an “insurance policy” in case trump wins. They know from the first month of the investigation he didn’t do it but kept it going for years for political purposes- led by noted partisan hack Andy McCabe (haha- lost his pension over this malfeasance).

    The only reason they told the truth about it in the end was that it was taken out of the hands of the FBI and investigated by an independent special prosecutor- who actually told the truth, much to the horror of democrats all over the country who immediately started trashing the special prosecutor for not doing their political bidding.
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    Posted on 15:06:12 - 18/11/22 (2 months ago)
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    angrysc0tsman12 [1099272]

    Barring whether or not any of this is true.... the question to be asked is: Do Republicans want to set the precedent for impeaching folks for stuff that occurred when they were not president? This is especially relevant now that the other guy has announced a 3rd presidential run.

    rhcp [760794]

    They tried to impeach trump for political reasons so they don’t exactly have the high ground here lmao
    No, they didn't.

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    Posted on 15:10:02 - 18/11/22 (2 months ago)
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    angrysc0tsman12 [1099272]

    Barring whether or not any of this is true.... the question to be asked is: Do Republicans want to set the precedent for impeaching folks for stuff that occurred when they were not president? This is especially relevant now that the other guy has announced a 3rd presidential run.

    rhcp [760794]

    They tried to impeach trump for political reasons so they don’t exactly have the high ground here lmao

    angrysc0tsman12 [1099272]

    No, they didn't.
    They actually did twice. The second time was hilarious though as he had already left office. The dems should impeach dick Nixon and Andrew Jackson next LMAO
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    Posted on 15:11:36 - 18/11/22 (2 months ago)
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    angrysc0tsman12 [1099272]

    Barring whether or not any of this is true.... the question to be asked is: Do Republicans want to set the precedent for impeaching folks for stuff that occurred when they were not president? This is especially relevant now that the other guy has announced a 3rd presidential run.

    rhcp [760794]

    They tried to impeach trump for political reasons so they don’t exactly have the high ground here lmao

    angrysc0tsman12 [1099272]

    No, they didn't.

    rhcp [760794]

    They actually did twice. The second time was hilarious though as he had already left office. The dems should impeach dick Nixon and Andrew Jackson next LMAO
    He was impeached twice however it was not politically motivated. And take your issue up with William Worth Belknap with respect to the 2nd time being after he left office.

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    Posted on 15:20:09 - 18/11/22 (2 months ago)
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    angrysc0tsman12 [1099272]

    Barring whether or not any of this is true.... the question to be asked is: Do Republicans want to set the precedent for impeaching folks for stuff that occurred when they were not president? This is especially relevant now that the other guy has announced a 3rd presidential run.

    rhcp [760794]

    They tried to impeach trump for political reasons so they don’t exactly have the high ground here lmao

    angrysc0tsman12 [1099272]

    No, they didn't.

    rhcp [760794]

    They actually did twice. The second time was hilarious though as he had already left office. The dems should impeach dick Nixon and Andrew Jackson next LMAO

    angrysc0tsman12 [1099272]

    He was impeached twice however it was not politically motivated. And take your issue up with William Worth Belknap with respect to the 2nd time being after he left office.
    Lol am I supposed to know who the f**k that is? The only punishment for impeachment is being kicked out of office. He was already out of office when the dems started the impeachment. Therefore it was an empty, virtue signaling, political ploy- just like everything else your worthless ass corrupt Democratic Party does.
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    Posted on 16:10:35 - 18/11/22 (2 months ago)
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    angrysc0tsman12 [1099272]

    Barring whether or not any of this is true.... the question to be asked is: Do Republicans want to set the precedent for impeaching folks for stuff that occurred when they were not president? This is especially relevant now that the other guy has announced a 3rd presidential run.

    rhcp [760794]

    They tried to impeach trump for political reasons so they don’t exactly have the high ground here lmao

    angrysc0tsman12 [1099272]

    No, they didn't.

    rhcp [760794]

    They actually did twice. The second time was hilarious though as he had already left office. The dems should impeach dick Nixon and Andrew Jackson next LMAO

    angrysc0tsman12 [1099272]

    He was impeached twice however it was not politically motivated. And take your issue up with William Worth Belknap with respect to the 2nd time being after he left office.

    rhcp [760794]

    Lol am I supposed to know who the f**k that is? The only punishment for impeachment is being kicked out of office. He was already out of office when the dems started the impeachment. Therefore it was an empty, virtue signaling, political ploy- just like everything else your worthless ass corrupt Democratic Party does.
    If you Googled him you'd learn he was the 30th Secretary of War who was impeached after he left office thereby setting the precedent that impeachment can occur after leaving office.

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    Posted on 16:45:34 - 18/11/22 (2 months ago)
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    angrysc0tsman12 [1099272]

    Barring whether or not any of this is true.... the question to be asked is: Do Republicans want to set the precedent for impeaching folks for stuff that occurred when they were not president? This is especially relevant now that the other guy has announced a 3rd presidential run.

    rhcp [760794]

    They tried to impeach trump for political reasons so they don’t exactly have the high ground here lmao

    Sagramor [1908287]

    They weren't political reasons you oaf.

    rhcp [760794]

    Right right just like how bill clintons impeachment was really about the republicans opposition to blowjobs

    Sagramor [1908287]

    Tell us what it was about

    rhcp [760794]

    A political investigation. The mueller report literally said there was no evidence of collusion or conspiracy and they still impeached him.

    From the very start it was a ginned up political investigation by the FBI. FBI agents even got caught texting about the investigation as an “insurance policy” in case trump wins. They know from the first month of the investigation he didn’t do it but kept it going for years for political purposes- led by noted partisan hack Andy McCabe (haha- lost his pension over this malfeasance).

    The only reason they told the truth about it in the end was that it was taken out of the hands of the FBI and investigated by an independent special prosecutor- who actually told the truth, much to the horror of democrats all over the country who immediately started trashing the special prosecutor for not doing their political bidding.
    He was impeached for pressuring Ukraine to investigate his principle political opponent's son and withholding aid, and a second time for his role on January 6th. Had nothing to do with Mueller report findings. 

    Also, you have a fairly rosy, nay fanciful, version of Durham's activities.
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    Posted on 17:41:56 - 18/11/22 (2 months ago)
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    angrysc0tsman12 [1099272]

    Barring whether or not any of this is true.... the question to be asked is: Do Republicans want to set the precedent for impeaching folks for stuff that occurred when they were not president? This is especially relevant now that the other guy has announced a 3rd presidential run.

    rhcp [760794]

    They tried to impeach trump for political reasons so they don’t exactly have the high ground here lmao

    Sagramor [1908287]

    They weren't political reasons you oaf.

    rhcp [760794]

    Right right just like how bill clintons impeachment was really about the republicans opposition to blowjobs

    Sagramor [1908287]

    Tell us what it was about

    rhcp [760794]

    A political investigation. The mueller report literally said there was no evidence of collusion or conspiracy and they still impeached him.

    From the very start it was a ginned up political investigation by the FBI. FBI agents even got caught texting about the investigation as an “insurance policy” in case trump wins. They know from the first month of the investigation he didn’t do it but kept it going for years for political purposes- led by noted partisan hack Andy McCabe (haha- lost his pension over this malfeasance).

    The only reason they told the truth about it in the end was that it was taken out of the hands of the FBI and investigated by an independent special prosecutor- who actually told the truth, much to the horror of democrats all over the country who immediately started trashing the special prosecutor for not doing their political bidding.
    The question was what the Clinton impeachment was about though

    Edit: when you hosp me for stuff I write, you should leave a note with a link to the post so i know which part I'm being shamed for, it's hard to keep track
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    Posted on 17:44:48 - 18/11/22 (2 months ago)
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    rhcp [760794]

    They tried to impeach trump for political reasons so they don’t exactly have the high ground here lmao

    Sagramor [1908287]

    They weren't political reasons you oaf.

    rhcp [760794]

    Right right just like how bill clintons impeachment was really about the republicans opposition to blowjobs

    Sagramor [1908287]

    Tell us what it was about

    rhcp [760794]

    A political investigation. The mueller report literally said there was no evidence of collusion or conspiracy and they still impeached him.

    From the very start it was a ginned up political investigation by the FBI. FBI agents even got caught texting about the investigation as an “insurance policy” in case trump wins. They know from the first month of the investigation he didn’t do it but kept it going for years for political purposes- led by noted partisan hack Andy McCabe (haha- lost his pension over this malfeasance).

    The only reason they told the truth about it in the end was that it was taken out of the hands of the FBI and investigated by an independent special prosecutor- who actually told the truth, much to the horror of democrats all over the country who immediately started trashing the special prosecutor for not doing their political bidding.

    Kajal [2542083]

    The question was what the Clinton impeachment was about though

    Edit: when you hosp me for stuff I write, you should leave a note with a link to the post so i know which part I'm being shamed for, it's hard to keep track
    Right over their heads. Going to have to put foam pads on the monkey bars at this point.
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    Posted on 20:03:12 - 18/11/22 (2 months ago)
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    He's trying to make sure he gets farmed by a lot of people later, judging by his solo faction and the way he spends his E. It already takes him nine hits for me, and it's not going to get any better for him.
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    Posted on 20:18:22 - 18/11/22 (2 months ago)
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    Exactly. That was a political charade just like the trump impeachments.
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