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Impeachment Trial
Anonymous
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No.300951
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>Senate impeachment trial of President Donald J. Trump over the Capitol insurrection.

https://youtu.be/yiCPdI0rW68
Anonymous
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No.300953
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The only thing more bullshit than this flagrant attempt at stifling future dissent is actual bull shit.
Anonymous
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No.300954
Much appreciated OP, I actually forgot. Jumped right in when Eric Swalwell was arguing for the "cavalry" and "fight" to be taken literally. It's like trying to interpret the tweets while autistic.
I swear, I was expecting him to mention mounted regiments attacking D.C.
Anonymous
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No.300957
>>300951
Man, they are really overplaying it. Like this will improve the opinion that the US government is no better than a horse and pony show thanks to the election bullshit.
Anonymous
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No.300964
300969
>>300953
I am convinced Trump isn't a dissenter, he's the token whipping boy used to push in more laws. Like how Harvey Weinstein was used for the hollywood pedos. He's part of the show rather than an enemy of the state.
Anonymous
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No.300969
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>>300964
This notion I disagree with. I've watched this same script play out in Taiwan a few years ago. An unlikely underdog comes in and shakes up the system, garners significant support, yet when the moment came, shady shit happened and he lost handily.
Politics is an exercise in social engineering and psyops, but humans are still humans; a political party spending years propping up controlled opposition, deliberately shooting themselves in the foot to give him support, only to steal back victory amidst risking total system collapse is absolutely far-fetched compared to a political party flexing their barely-legal connections to quell an outsider to maintain their power, and proceeding to jump on any opportunity to secure this power further. A Communist doesn't need a revolution to collapse the System; they need a revolution to bend the System to their will.
Anonymous
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No.300972
301027
>>300969
I don't believe Trump to be an outsider when he's a rich guy in New york who attends all the same parties as the Clintons and all his kids are married into the system. If you look at the debates for 2016 Trump was fed people the public despised. The Bush family were ragged on almost as bad as Trump so they gave him Jeb to bully. Jebs no use to the system except to be punched so he was ideal for Trump to look strong against. Then you have Hillary who everyone hates and wants in prison, so Trump threatened her with prison on the public stage. The rising nationalist mind set needed to be curbed and Trump acted as a pressure valve. How many people have we lost because Trump lied to them and how many never made it to us because the Q larp or becoming MAGApedes instead? Trump took a growing momentum and utterly crushed it while carrying on to act the same way every other politician does. Trump is a strawman of everything the left want to ban and they can use him to do it. Get a few idiots inside the capitol building, declare his supporters terrorists and you can get Patriot act 2.0 with a gun grab too. Maybe I'm wrong and Trump is an outsider trying to push back against the poz, but my instinct is he's been made up to make politics become pop culture and give the commies a reason to make USSRA which they other wise would have zero support for.
Anonymous
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No.301027
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>>300972
If those communist kikes really orchestrated a psyop of that scale, I'd honestly praise them. You're describing a senario which Light Yagami wishes he could pull. There are countless, safer methods of quelling dissent and stifling certain thoughts. Why would people who are already in a godlike position within the System want to risk destroying themselves and the System for maybe a prolonging of their iron grip?
Anonymous
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No.301029
301030
>>301027
They're using the same system they're using to promote Biden now. There's plenty of times they put in someone for you to hate and enables them to do things they wouldn't other wise.
Anonymous
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No.301030
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>>301029
>There's plenty of times they put in someone for you to hate and enables them to do things they wouldn't other wise.
Except, the first thing they did the month after "legitimizing" Biden in office is officially declare that Biden was the illegitimate, winning via voter fraud, and Trump is the legitimate president.
Anonymous
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No.301031
301043
>>301030
What the fuck is their plan here?
Anonymous
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No.301032
301040
>>300951
Literally unconstitutional to impeach a private citizen.
This is a total farce.
Anonymous
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No.301039
>>301030
In reference to that article? Semantics can make that notion disappear, and they're already fellating big tech enough to silence other wrong literary analyses.
I am actually afraid that this is no mere power grab by elites to remain demigods, but actual outside factors seeking to usurp America as the world's top dog. There is no logic to governing a country where everyone knows you're full of shit and is one bad day away from storming DC like last time.
Anonymous
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No.301040
>>301032
Bruh, everything the US Government has done since at least 1860 has been unconstitutional on its face. This is just more of the same. The rule of law is long gone, and they're not bothering to hide it any more.
Anonymous
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No.301043
>>301031
Most likely to keep Trump out of the White House. You can't hold office again if you've been impeached. Trump is not an agent of the Establishment. If he were he'd have to be pretty dumb, coming from living during the Cold War. Commies reward loyalty with punishment.
Intuition says this anon >>300969 is most likely correct.
Anonymous
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No.301051
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>Nick Fuentes NAMED During Impeachment Hearing
https://www.bitchute.com/video/WG3ZBLALKJy3/
Anonymous
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No.301055
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>Hillary Clinton: Trump acquittal 'will be because the jury includes his co-conspirators'

>Former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton suggested in a tweet Wednesday that an acquittal in former President Trump's impeachment trial would only come as a result of "the jury includ[ing] his co-conspirators."

>"If Senate Republicans fail to convict Donald Trump, it won't be because the facts were with him or his lawyers mounted a competent defense. It will be because the jury includes his co-conspirators," Clinton tweeted Wednesday.
>Clinton's tweet came after the second day of arguments from House impeachment managers before the Senate. Reps. David Cicilline (D-R.I.) and Joaquin Castro (D-Texas) attempted to draw a direct line between the rioters and the former president, citing at least one person reading a tweet from Trump attacking the vice president over a megaphone during the riot.

>The Senate is unlikely to secure the two-thirds majority necessary to convict the former president, which would bar him from holding office again. However, after only five Republicans voted that the trial itself was constitutional earlier this year, Sen. Bill Cassidy (R-La.) joined them this week.
https://archive.is/Jq8TE
Anonymous
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No.301056
>>301055
I hope this bitch has a stroke.
Anonymous
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No.301069
Day 3 starting in an hour or so.
https://youtu.be/_0XaIWES2Ik
Anonymous
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No.301076
>>301055
Ah, I see that she would've done exactly that if her worst case senario happened. I have come to understand that when people make accusations like these, it is because they project. I suppose social media has one benefit; it directly connects people on the personal/spiritual level, underneath the tempering of psysical bodies.
Now I have reason to be misanthropic.
Anonymous
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No.301086
301101
This whole thing is over anyway, they need a 2/3rds majority which they don't come close to having as far as I know. The rest is just political grandstanding.
Anonymous
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No.301101
>>301086
They'll find a way. They hyped up this enactment of "justice" for years, and their people are thirsting for a climax. Unlike the tools that are the niggers and commie-larpers, these sorts probably sunk real money into the party and will be quite upset if the process isn't thorough.
Anonymous
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No.301122
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>Bannon: We will never concede
>Steve Bannon WENT OFF on the Democrat Impeachment team after they admitted on Thursday that they are using the US military in Washington DC to enforce political speech.
>Bannon promised Democrats Trump Nation will NEVER, EVER concede because Democrats stole the election — And then bragged about it on the cover of TIME Magazine!
https://rumble.com/vdrmnx-bannon-we-will-never-concede.html
Doing an scene to beef up a hollow show. I won't fall for it.
Trump had 4 years to fix the country, he did absolutely nothing except to complain and allow Wall Street and its commie cronies to do whatever they wanted.
To hell with this shit.
Anonymous
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No.301250
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Closing arguments on Impeachment started
https://youtu.be/CRN70Sb7l50
Anonymous
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No.301275
Voting on Impeachment stats now
https://youtu.be/CRN70Sb7l50
Anonymous
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No.301278
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Trump found Not Guilty as expected
Vote count where not guilty was assured, and Final vote count.
Anonymous
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No.301282
301283
>>301278
What if this grandstanding was to find out where the conservatives in govt are and who biden will work on purging soon?
Anonymous
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No.301283
301285
>>301282
Something makes me doubt they've thought that far ahead. It was probably just to whip their base into even more of a frenzy for the next round of rioting or something.
Anonymous
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No.301285
301286
>>301283
And, I hope those retards end up getting shot on site by the public. Remember that, in some states, you are required, by law, to execute anyone that you harm with your gun or face a large fine. Citizens arrests are not acceptable.
Anonymous
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No.301286
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>>301285
I wonder if they figured out you shouldn't bring a skateboard to a firefight. Careful out there, fellas.
Anonymous
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No.301287
301291
>>301286
>shouldn't bring a skateboard to a firefight
But, then they can't be the raddest radicals.
Anonymous
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>>301287
They can try, but I think we know who the top spot goes to.
Anonymous
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No.301292
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Ohshit I forgot I had this image.
Anonymous
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No.301318
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>Mr.Obvious
>Trump is ACQUITTED by the Senate as Democrats FAIL 2nd Impeachment Trial, Let the Salt Flow!
https://www.bitchute.com/video/_S7lyI1jRpE/
A cheeky commentary.
Anonymous
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No.301324
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>Trump Releases Statement Following Impeachment Acquittal
Anonymous
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No.301334
301335
it sucks not to have news from Trump, tell him to get on Gab or on VKontakte!
Anonymous
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No.301335
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>>301334
He is on Gab, that's where he released the statement. But he's not using it like he was twitter, it's more formal.
https://gab.com/realdonaldtrump
Anonymous
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No.301357
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>Thread: Chaos at the impeachment trial.
>Dems had agreed to know witnesses, then House Managers changed their mind this morning.
>Schumer blindsided. Pandemonium. They’re negotiating now to figure out next steps.
https://twitter.com/tedcruz/status/1360619603123187718
Anonymous
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No.301361
>>301357
>listening to Cuck Cruz
Anonymous
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No.301364
301373
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>Lindsey Graham Warns Kamala Harris May Be Impeached if Republicans Take Back House

>Senator Lindsey Graham, a South Carolina Republican and close ally of former President Donald Trump, threatened on Sunday that Vice President Kamala Harris will face impeachment if Republicans take back the House of Representatives in the 2022 midterm elections.
>The GOP lawmaker—along with some other Republicans—has repeatedly compared Harris' decision to support bailing out Black Lives Matter demonstrators who had been arrested last spring to Trump's actions ahead of the January 6 insurrection against the U.S. Capitol. Following the Senate vote to acquit Trump on Saturday, Graham again reiterated this comparison—arguing that Harris was guilty of inciting violence just as House Democrats and 10 House Republicans had alleged of the former president when voting to impeach him last month.

>Ahead of the Senate impeachment trial, Graham criticized the process as unconstitutional due to Trump no longer serving in the White House. He also argued that Trump's remarks at the January 6 rally ahead of the riot were protected as free speech under the First Amendment to the Constitution. In an early February interview with Fox News, Graham made the same comparison to Harris, and her decision to promote bailing out Black Lives Matter demonstrators.
>"What more could you do to incite future violence than to pay the bail of the people who broke up the shops and beat up the cops," Graham said in that previous interview.
>"How's that not inciting future violence? Be careful what you wish for my Democratic colleagues, be careful what you wish for."

>Seven Republican senators voted with all 50 members of the Senate's Democratic Caucus to convict Trump on Saturday. With the final vote coming in at 57 to 43, it marked the most bipartisan Senate impeachment vote in U.S. history. However, this was not enough to meet the high constitutional threshold of a two-thirds majority—which would have required at least 10 more Republican to turn on the former president.

>The GOP senators backing Trump's conviction included Susan Collins of Maine, Bill Cassidy of Louisiana, Pat Toomey of Pennsylvania, Mitt Romney of Utah, Richard Burr of North Carolina, Ben Sasse of Nebraska and Lisa Murkowski of Alaska.
https://archive.is/W8Ztu
Anonymous
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No.301373
301374 301381
>>301364
I've been suspecting this. Not really sure why Trump would think he could really pull it off though. Unless he's got more dirt on the dems, and even then. But he did mention that "a lot of luck" would be required as he left office.

I know folks are sick and tired of hearing about "the plan," but this one's a bit less cryptic. Assuming the voter fraud is somehow rooted out, which is a big if.
>Trump targets a bunch of RINOs and gets them primaried out of office
>Takes back at least the House, installs a new populist Speaker
>Senile Biden gets the 25th Amendment thrown at him, like many of us are expecting he will
>Kamala successfully gets impeached, convicted
>New populist Speaker becomes president

Thoughts?
Anonymous
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No.301374
>>301373
I agree that perhaps going bottom up is best. Take out Kamala, then Pelosi, and then let Biden take out himself with dementia.
Anonymous
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No.301381
>>301373
>Thoughts?
No representation, no legitimacy neither authority
Scuttle the System with every employee in it.
Anonymous
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>Trump Lawyer Rage-Quits "Slanted" CBS Interview: "You [Media] Are Bloodthirsty For Ratings... Trying To Divide America"
https://www.zerohedge.com/political/trump-lawyer-rage-quits-slanted-cbs-interview-you-media-are-bloodthirsty-ratings-trying
https://twitter.com/JackPosobiec/status/1360815669294596096
Anonymous
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No.301392
>>301335
Trump doesn’t run the account, it’s just an archive of past tweets and current official statements.
Anonymous
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No.301497
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Anonymous
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No.301518
This sadly does not change anything. Impeached or not, the rough ride has only just begun.
Anonymous
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No.301527
301651
>Democratic congressman sues Trump over role in Capitol riot

>A Democratic congressman accused Donald Trump in a federal lawsuit on Tuesday of inciting the deadly insurrection at the U.S. Capitol and of conspiring with his lawyer and extremist groups to try to prevent the Senate from certifying the results of the presidential election he lost to Joe Biden.

>The lawsuit from Mississippi's Rep. Bennie Thompson, chairman of the House Homeland Security Committee, is part of an expected wave of litigation over the Jan. 6 riot and is believed to be the first filed by a member of Congress. It seeks unspecified punitive and compensatory damages.
>The case also names as defendants the Republican former president's personal lawyer Rudy Giuliani and groups including the Proud Boys and the Oath Keepers, extremist organizations that had members charged by the Justice Department with taking part in the siege.

>The case against Trump was brought under a provision of the Ku Klux Klan Act of 1871, which was passed in response to KKK violence and prohibits violence or intimidation meant to prevent Congress or other federal officials from carrying out their constitutional duties.
>The suit cites incendiary comments that Trump and Giuliani made in the weeks leading up to the riot and on the day of it that lawyers say were designed to mobilize supporters to work to overturn the election results and to prevent the Senate's certification process. That process was temporarily interrupted when Trump loyalists broke into the Capitol.
>Trump told supporters at a rally preceding the riot to “ fight like hell,” but lawyers for the former president adamantly denied during the impeachment trial that he had incited the riot. They pointed to a remark during his speech in which he told the crowd to behave “peacefully” that day. Defense lawyers are likely to revisit those assertions in the lawsuit. They may also argue, as was done during the impeachment case, that Trump's speech was protected by the First Amendment.

https://archive.is/HtT2f
Anonymous
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No.301584
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Trump not mincing words about McConnell. Feels like it's been a while since he got banned on Twitter.
https://gab.com/realdonaldtrump/posts/105743186036225355
>Likewise, McConnell has no credibility on China because of his family's substantial Chinese business holdings. He does nothing on this tremendous economic and military threat.
>Mitch is a dour, sullen, and unsmiling political hack, and if Republican Senators are going to stay with him, they will not win again. He will never do what needs to be done, or what is right for our Country. Where necessary and appropriate, I will back primary rivals who espouse Making America Great Again and our policy of America First. We want brilliant, strong, thoughtful, and compassionate leadership.
>This is a big moment for our country and we cannot let it pass by using third rate "leaders" to dictate our future!
Anonymous
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No.301616
301644 301651
>>301584
He really was screwed by the people he thought knew politics better. Damn.
Anonymous
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No.301644
301651
>>301616
>He really was screwed by the people he thought knew politics better. Damn.
Unsure if you're being sarcastic, but wasn't he full of statements like "I know the System better than anybody and that's why I'm the only one that can fix it" in '16?
Anonymous
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No.301651
301658 301683
>>301527
It's a nigger.

>>301616
>>301644
I want to know why go after Trump. Is he supposed to be the head on the pike that prevents others from trying to fix things? We're so far gone now no one could fix things.
Anonymous
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No.301658
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>>301651
>I want to know why go after Trump. Is he supposed to be the head on the pike that prevents others from trying to fix things? We're so far gone now no one could fix things.
I don't think it's part of any grand scheme and I don't think there's any intelligent strategy behind it. It's mostly just that the people who are against him, Democrats and neocon Republicans, are petty and vindictive to the point of insanity. They didn't just want him out of office, they wanted to drag him through the streets in chains and humiliate him. I do think that trying to discourage future outsider candidates from trying to run is part of it, but mostly I think it's just about taking out their rage on this guy because he had the audacity to get elected without joining their little club first.

The second impeachment made very little sense since he was already out of office when they started it. The only tactical reason to do it was to prevent him from running in 2024, which I actually don't see as being that likely in the first place. In any event, both times they impeached him they knew full well that they didn't have the votes to remove him, but they did it anyway. The point wasn't to actually accomplish anything, it was just to put some little asterisk next to his name in the history books saying that he was impeached twice.

It might seem like a completely meaningless demerit, but to understand it you can't think like a rational human, you have to think like the kind of limp-wristed faggot who gets some kind of pathetic power-boner from being a congressman or a president or some bullshit in the first place. These are basically the sniveling little nerds that threw neurotic fits in high school if a teacher gave them an A- on a paper they thought they deserved an A on. Impeaching him twice was just a way to smear his presidential legacy. The funny thing about it is that I don't get the impression that Trump even cares, but I imagine that to nerds like Pelosi and Schumer and Biden and so forth, marks and demerits and legacies and stupid crap like that are a pretty big deal.
Anonymous
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No.301661
301667
>>301658
Trump is one of them though. He's friends with the same Jewish millionaires that make up the whole political class. His kids are married to them.
Anonymous
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No.301667
301683
>>301661
Explain this declarative statement that barely addresses any of the points that anon made.
Anonymous
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No.301683
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>>301651
In short? Trump was the perfect Manchurian Candidate. He was (((huwhite))) and posted about that often, all the while hiding that his cucksons and cuckdaughters were getting "married" to ACTUAL 100% zionist kikes. He was (((charismatic))) just like Steve Jobs made Apple popular: Trump's entire message, that is after he lost 4 businesses and forced 290,000,000 US shekels onto the Jew-S taxpayers, was to sell a BRAND. Oh, but it wasn't JUST any brand, it was the !!!Trump brand!!!. He had (((political focus))), he (((knew))) how the privately owned Federal Reserve mafia worked, and he promised to !!END IT!! just like he promised to !!INVESTIGATE!t then !!IMPRISON!! he last ten living presicucks, vice-presicucks, and their criminal families. Yes, ESPECIALLY including REAGAN, all for their crimes against the average Jewnited Estates slave. Oh, but he DIDN'T mention being the biggest friend of the biggest kike bankers throughout the world (Rothschild mafia, Warburg mafia, Goldstein criminal family, Silverstein mafia, Rosegold mafia, Penstein criminal family; Bush, Carter, Reagan, Kennedy, Biden, Harris, Schumer, Penrose, the McCUCKells, PENCE, Harrisburg, Hamburg, Pelosi, Janesburg, Littrell, Castel, Gates, Jobs, Bezos, & etc. etc. etc. etc. ad infinitum)! Oh no, he wasn't about to reveal HIS connection to Jeffrey Epstein and the 15+ times he visited the Kiddie Cathedral on that private rape-dungeon island, that wouldn't have been good for his (((image)))!

He was paid to cuck out. Then, he cucked out for shekels. He wasn't going to get (((impeached))), that was a fucking dog and pony show to 'make dah opposition alt-right feel bettur!' so that Trump could keep GETTING PAID to prove exactly whom the !!nu-domestic terrorists!! are.

>>301658
Does the 'Tea Party' ring a single fucking bell in your outdated skull, dipshit? If not, it should.The point was to make Trump into a TOTALLY NOT-A-SCAPEGOAT HE'S A SHABBOS GOY so that when, not IF, the scapegoats are to be jailed, then executed for their (((wrongthink))), that the Drumpf hopeium gets inhaled by as many alt-lite useful sheeple as possible. Do your fucking job and stop simping for the (((centrists))).

>>301667
First, explain you being a huwhite traitor. After that, explain why your declaration doesn't mean shit and why what you demand is a doublethink status quo matter so that the basic bitch braindead robot-zombie that makes up the 'middle class' never questions the (((orders they must obey))) from the outside.
Anonymous
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No.301696
>>301683
>Trump was the perfect Manchurian Candidate.
Exactly. Mostly bait & switch. Little to nothing was done regarding to MAGA.
Everything to almost all regarding to erosion of Whites' rights and cohesion: banning bump stocks, continuous funding of marxist education, no wall, tariffs instead of quotas to force local production, giving away taxpayer money to Wall Street, funding of vaccines with taxpayer money again, promoting every sector of society except his voters and most loyal supporters..... we know the rest.
Anonymous
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No.301699
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>President Trump Hasn't Built a Single Mile of Border Wall Yet - Clip from (2019).
I know that most conservatives will fall again for the same tricks because there's no one to lead, but trusting the same guy is a no-no situation. At least the commies won't lie to us, they want our utter destruction.
Better to face a hostile army than a deceitful guy that while crying in pain leads his supporters to the slaughter house.
Anonymous
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No.301700
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>>301683
They won't execute Trump unless things go south really really fast. Trump is far more valuable as an example if he's still around and can be used as the whipping boy over and over. If they did off him then Qtards would end up immediately going 1488 and starting a civil war. It's more valuable to keep the larp going so they chase the psyop instead of real solutions. The rest you explain pretty well if too autistic. Quit the CAPS LOCK and !!!ing all the time. It makes you look like a retard.
Anonymous
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No.301703
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>>301700
Qtards, and americans in general, wouldn't do anything even if he was executed, assassinated, or otherwise removed from the picture by force, or even if action was perpetrated against them personally. The key to starting a revolt is that a man's comfort be less than his courage, and americans have become very comfortable in the last 150 years. They have been utterly and totally pacified by modern living conditions. Ask any american, even here, why they haven't taken up arms against an obviously fraudulent government and the responses you get will vary from prepping to waiting, too-much-to-lose to just-one-man. The US as it was before the 20th century is irrevocably dead, despite having the means and legal dispensation to defend itself. They don't have the courage or willpower their ancestors did, regardless of all the bravado they like to post, thinking there'll be a day of reckoning in america is just one massive fucking cope they cling to while they watch their country die around them. They're just like the rest of us now, and it really sucks.
Anonymous
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No.301704
>>301703
White men aren't comfortable any more. A lot of cuckservative hoorah grunt types who would be 100% on board with zionism when joining the military are having their eyes opened. The average white man seeing women who failed every test put above him are getting angry. If they purge the military as they plan to and then off Trump those ex vets will respond. They will become real domestic terrorists who see Biden stealing the election and a full coup and dictator ship is in effect. They'll call Biden a nazi commie in bed with China because they're still lib indoctrinated but they will respond with force.
Anonymous
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No.301710
>>301703
I wouldn't exactly blame it on comfort, most of it probably has to do with the fact that it's well on its way to becoming, if not already a soft totalitarian state under seige for the past couple decades. It's just gotten to be quite a bit more noticeable in the past ten years. There's safety in numbers, which you can't very well have if you're divided from one another or have a stoolie listening in.
At any rate, if (((they))) got what they wanted, it wouldn't be the fault of anyone they put the boot down on. I'd choose to blame them for their evil actions instead of complacency.
Anonymous
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No.301711
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>House Dems have introduced a bill to ban “twice impeached presidents” from burial at Arlington National Cemetery and federal funds from going to buildings displaying their names or acknowledging their achievements
>This bill is called the "No Glory For Hate Act"
https://twitter.com/Breaking911/status/1362454217152200714
Anonymous
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No.301715
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>>301711
Isn't Clinton the only actual impeached president relevant in our life time?
Anonymous
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No.301717
>>301715
You must be thinking of convictions, Trump and Clinton both were impeached, meaning brought to trial, but not convicted. It's just more of the same "we accused you so you must have done it" BS.
Anonymous
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No.301718
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>>301711
>House Dems have introduced a bill to ban “twice impeached presidents”
Childish.
Anonymous
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No.301719
301721 301731
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>>301718
Yeah at this point I think it's clear that they're just trying to clog the legal system with insults. I really doubt any of this is meant to stick, it's just to make people angry and divide.
Anonymous
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No.301720
As well as DOS congress so as to not have any bills to counter their behavior brought forth.
Anonymous
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No.301721
301727 301731
>>301719
Divide and anger, yes. They're following the same playbook as when Trump was president; ridiculous allegations and maneuvers that only make sense if you're batshit crazy, to motivate their base who IS batshit crazy, while galvanizing the camp that realizes 'this is absurd' into opposition. Add to that, how dems will use any lack of success on their fucking asstarded proposals and measures as 'evidence of the corruption'and all manner of nonsense. Fucking kill me
Anonymous
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No.301727
301731
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>>301721
>ridiculous allegations and maneuvers that only make sense if you're batshit crazy, to motivate their base who IS batshit crazy
Well, yeah. Although I'd intuit that the root cause has something to do more with a spiritual illness than a strictly mental one. My guess is that they wouldn't be doing all of this if they weren't relying on something Higher to settle their every petty score.
Anonymous
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No.301730
>>301683
>Does the 'Tea Party' ring a single fucking bell in your outdated skull, dipshit? If not, it should.The point was to make Trump into a TOTALLY NOT-A-SCAPEGOAT HE'S A SHABBOS GOY so that when, not IF, the scapegoats are to be jailed, then executed for their (((wrongthink))), that the Drumpf hopeium gets inhaled by as many alt-lite useful sheeple as possible. Do your fucking job and stop simping for the (((centrists))).
Calm your tits, I'm not simping for anyone. Anon asked for an explanation of why Trump was impeached a second time despite there being no obvious benefit for anyone, and I provided one, based on my observation of what's been going on. As to the Tea Party, I see it as a mostly failed effort to take the country back, which is more or less what Trump and the MAGA Republican movement is at this point. Both movements failed partly because they attacked liberals and socialism while simultaneously dancing around the real reasons the country is in the state that it's in, and partly because they both attempted to use a corrupt system to overturn itself, which is a doomed effort. At this point I have little faith in Trump or MAGA as any kind of path forward for the country for the simple reason that it's just too little too late. However, I see no evidence that all of this is a scripted drama or that Trump was some kind of kike puppet; I see him as just a clueless boomer trying to solve a problem he only barely understands. You're free to disagree of course, but I don't really think it matters that much. Either Trump was a Zionist puppet or a well-intentioned bungler, but either way the end result is the same.

Beyond that I'm not really sure how to respond to the rest of your word vomit. If you'd like to restate your points in something resembling coherent conversational English I'd be happy to address whatever your concerns might be.
Anonymous
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No.301731
301734
>>301719
>>301721
>>301727
We're getting dangerously close to commie politics at this point. You filibuster everything with bullshit and then throw any one who questions it in prison. It's not about the verdict, it's about making people ashamed of themselves for not standing up to it. It destroys men's souls when they know something is corrupt and yet they're too afraid to fight back.
Anonymous
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No.301734
301746
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>>301731
I'm sorry to say it, but I don't think we're close, mate. The only variable is and has been to which degree.

>It destroys men's souls when they know something is corrupt and yet they're too afraid to fight back.
Mhm. The struggle for your soul, however, is an internal one. Remember this: to give in or to strike at them the way they would strike at you always weakens your position. The best offense is defense.
Anonymous
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No.301738
File (hide): B93FE58D5E12CB4247E707DD6C2EA9E0-2238776.mp4 (2.1 MB, Resolution:854x480 Length:00:02:19, George Lincoln Rockwell on conservatives.mp4) [play once] [loop]
George Lincoln Rockwell on conservatives.mp4
>typical Trump supporter
>conservatards
George Lincoln Rockwell on conservatives.
Old wisdom comes back to show what's up.
Anonymous
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No.301746
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>>301734
>The best offense is defense.
No, it isn't. You always lose if you never attack.
Anonymous
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No.301749
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>>301746
Becoming the next Saint Tarrant won't help as much as redpilling whites into wanting the jewish criminal empire stopped.
Imagone how little Hitler would have accomplished if he threw his life away to kill one jew instead of starting a movement to stop them.
Anonymous
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No.301752
301754
>>301746
Well, I tried. Best of luck with that.
Anonymous
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No.301754
301772
>>301749
>>301752
I'm not saying blow up a federal mosque. Don't mistake me for saying you should commit a terrorist act because you shouldn't. That doesn't help any one but gives them more victim points and tightens their grip on everything. There are ways to attack the system which don't involve violence. You can cause people to mock it and lose trust in it. Like now promoting the Biden cheating meme is an attack on the system and one normies will buy into. Being defensive implies you don't push memes like that and instead go inna woods.
Anonymous
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No.301755
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>>301749
You are typing many buzzwords faggot.
Anonymous
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No.301772
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>>301754
Not sure what else you want from me anon. This thread feels like it's starting to glow so I'm outta here for now and I'll try to let you gents sort it out.
Anonymous
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No.301773
301776 301778
>>301755
prove it, double faggot. name them. tell me which words you think are buzzwords,
Anonymous
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No.301776
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>>301773
>prove it,
Well, you are using the same lexicon used by the western media to trigger their NPCs. So, prove you are not under its influence.
Anonymous
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No.301778
>>301773
By the way, and for your own good.
Read the basics of neuro-linguistics, soon you'll discover the patterns imprinted in your brain by years of media propaganda.
Desu.
Anonymous
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No.301795
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