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« Reply #7875 on: September 13, 2022, 12:35:45 pm »
That's what you said about Hillary and Hunter Biden. But have they had their phones confiscated yet?
One of the many, many problems of shady is that he is unable to understand the concept of 'context'.

Prior to 2020, Trump avoided prosecution. Was it because "gosh, gee... Trump is innocent"? Nope.... it was his personal situation. The context.

Prior to 2016, Trump avoided punishment for so many of his crimes because, sadly, the U.S. government has a poor track record of investigating white collar crimes. Unless something big happens to bring crimes to their attention they get overlooked. (Still, he did get caught in both the Trump U and Trump foundation scandals, where he had to pay out millions.) Look how long the Trump organization was engaged in tax fraud (as shown by the recent guilty plea by Weisselberg.)

Once he entered the election, he was protected... first by rules that seek to limit the impact on an election, and then by a DoJ rule that sitting presidents cannot be prosecuted. (Not to mention Barr doing his best to run interference for him, and a republican party that has demonstrated a lack of integrity.)

But now the context has changed. He no longer has the protection afforded by the Office of the presidency. And unlike his pre-2016 situation, his crimes are fully in the spotlight, and some prosecutors are willing to go after him. Will he end up in jail? Justice would dictate that he should be. Of course, there is a chance he could escape charges (Perhaps he delays charges long enough, and then dies of a cheezeburger-induced heart attack before he is indicted or the republicans manage to retake the whitehouse in 2024 (thanks to Russian election interference and voter suppression) and he is given a pardon.

But he is much closer to being indicted than he ever has been in his life. And much closer to being sent to jail than Hunter Biden (post 2016) or Hillary Clinton ever were.
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« Reply #7877 on: September 14, 2022, 12:28:56 pm »
The walls are closing in!

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« Reply #7878 on: September 14, 2022, 12:29:17 pm »
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« Reply #7879 on: September 14, 2022, 02:12:59 pm »
It's true that culty Trumpers' willingness to excuse anything he does was underestimated. He knew he could shoot someone on Fifth Avenue, but no one thought you'd still be defending him after he stole top secret documents of U.S. spies' identities and nuclear secrets to sell to Russia and the Saudis

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« Reply #7880 on: September 14, 2022, 02:20:06 pm »
It's true that culty Trumpers' willingness to excuse anything he does was underestimated. He knew he could shoot someone on Fifth Avenue, but no one thought you'd still be defending him after he stole top secret documents of U.S. spies' identities and nuclear secrets to sell to Russia and the Saudis
Yup. The Republican party that was so concerned about Bill Clinton receiving oral sex thinks that giving national secrets to foreign governments is no big deal, and that attempting to blackmail a foreign government into interfering with an election and then overthrowing the government afterwards is an acceptable course of action.

The party that had wisely told Nixon "Ok, time to go" is not the republican party of today.
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« Reply #7881 on: September 14, 2022, 03:17:17 pm »
It's true that culty Trumpers' willingness to excuse anything he does was underestimated. He knew he could shoot someone on Fifth Avenue, but no one thought you'd still be defending him after he stole top secret documents of U.S. spies' identities and nuclear secrets to sell to Russia and the Saudis
He did all that?  Whatís your proof other than your butt?

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« Reply #7882 on: September 14, 2022, 03:18:23 pm »
Yup. The Republican party that was so concerned about Bill Clinton receiving oral sex thinks that giving national secrets to foreign governments is no big deal, and that attempting to blackmail a foreign government into interfering with an election and then overthrowing the government afterwards is an acceptable course of action.

The party that had wisely told Nixon "Ok, time to go" is not the republican party of today.
Once again, accusations without a shred of evidence.  You guys are definitely entertaining.  Do you come up with these ideas from Tom Clancy novels?

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« Reply #7883 on: September 14, 2022, 04:31:40 pm »
Exactly my point. There's plenty of evidence he stole the documents. There's plenty of evidence of mysterious payments. There's plenty of evidence of spies dropping dead. But you will still defend him. And you will deny all the evidence against him. Inexplicable.
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« Reply #7884 on: September 14, 2022, 05:24:22 pm »
Exactly my point. There's plenty of evidence he stole the documents. There's plenty of evidence of mysterious payments. There's plenty of evidence of spies dropping dead. But you will still defend him. And you will deny all the evidence against him. Inexplicable.
Sounds pretty serious.  Why hasnít he been charged for it?  Thatís some great BlueAnon conspiracy theory though!  Would make for a great Tom Clancy movie!
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« Reply #7885 on: September 14, 2022, 06:11:35 pm »
What other explanation do you have for why he would steal the most sensitive classified documents? When he gets charged, you will wail about the police state and call the U.S. a Banana Republic. Because you're indoctrinated into a cult for a fat, stupid reality TV host/failed president. It's hilarious.
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« Reply #7886 on: September 14, 2022, 07:12:14 pm »
What other explanation do you have for why he would steal the most sensitive classified documents? When he gets charged, you will wail about the police state and call the U.S. a Banana Republic. Because you're indoctrinated into a cult for a fat, stupid reality TV host/failed president. It's hilarious.
I donít know what or if anything was stolen.  That seems to be whatís being determined.
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« Reply #7887 on: September 14, 2022, 07:57:19 pm »
I donít know what or if anything was stolen.  That seems to be whatís being determined.

The mere existence of an FBI investigation into Hunter Biden is enough for you to believe his father is corrupt so spare us this ďletís see how it plays outĒ bullcrap.
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« Reply #7888 on: September 16, 2022, 12:14:13 pm »
The mere existence of an FBI investigation into Hunter Biden is enough for you to believe his father is corrupt so spare us this ďletís see how it plays outĒ bullcrap.
Heck it doesn't even have to be an actual FBI. Just a deranged conspiracy rant from a partisan source (regardless of how suspicious it is) is enough to send the MAGAchud like shady into their pearl-clutching spasms.

Seriously, "Some who may or may not be hunter biden dropped off a laptop late at night to some random computer shop (who happened to be owned by a MAGAchud). This owner then hacked into his hard drive (a clear violation of privacy), then turned things over to partisan republicans (such as giuliani, who had his law license removed and is facing a huge lawsuit because of his lying) before getting the FBI involved, thus destroying the chain of custody" is somehow something we should take seriously.

Documents retrieved by FBI agents (who are employees of the federal government), that have clear 'classified' markings, and that Trump himself has admitted at times "those are mine" is something that we have to "wait and see".

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« Reply #7889 on: September 16, 2022, 12:36:25 pm »
Heck it doesn't even have to be an actual FBI. Just a deranged conspiracy rant from a partisan source (regardless of how suspicious it is) is enough to send the MAGAchud like shady into their pearl-clutching spasms.

Seriously, "Some who may or may not be hunter biden dropped off a laptop late at night to some random computer shop (who happened to be owned by a MAGAchud). This owner then hacked into his hard drive (a clear violation of privacy), then turned things over to partisan republicans (such as giuliani, who had his law license removed and is facing a huge lawsuit because of his lying) before getting the FBI involved, thus destroying the chain of custody" is somehow something we should take seriously.

Documents retrieved by FBI agents (who are employees of the federal government), that have clear 'classified' markings, and that Trump himself has admitted at times "those are mine" is something that we have to "wait and see".
The laptop is Hunter Bidenís.  itís a conspiracy theory to think that itís not.  Material on his laptop implicates Joe Biden in various business dealings in Ukraine, Russia and China , among others.  If it was Don Jrís laptop, you guys would be jerking off in excitement.
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