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mre_nachocheese 109 points ago +114 / -5

McConnell will be held accountable and pay the price for his crimes....just a matter of time.

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Bogey 96 points ago +96 / -0

Everyone pays the price eventually. I'd like to see him pay it while alive.

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Monz 22 points ago +22 / -0

And the bastard is in for 6 years now. Fuck that, is there a way to recall him or something?

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Mad_Cavalier 24 points ago +25 / -1

I’m generally against the direct election of federal senators as I think the state appointment method made local elections way more important in the minds of the citizenry. That being said all federal Congressmen should have the penalty of recall hanging over their heads so they have to actually remember what their constituents want.

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Mad_Cavalier 4 points ago +4 / -0

That could also have been more due to the Gilded Age being well the Gilded Age but I understand your point. Coupling it with a recall system, and adding in a clause that if you are recalled you can’t sit as a Senator for let’s say 12 years, or just x years, could be a better system to balance the two extremes.

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BigIglooActual 8 points ago +8 / -0

Yeah, get to work kentucky. Bastard doesnt deserve to serve the rest of his term

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anonymousdonor 1 point ago +3 / -2

How many senators have been recalled?

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BeefyBelisarius 3 points ago +3 / -0

None. The only process to remove them legally between elections is for the Senate to vote to expell them. Several states have passed laws in the past claiming the right to recall senators, but they always get shot down in court.

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Monz 2 points ago +2 / -0

I'm not sure if they can honestly. Did a quick search and it looks like its only for state politicians. There has to be something we can push for to mess with him. I can't just wait 6 years. At least a push to have him removed as party leader.

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anonymousdonor 0 points ago +1 / -1

The latter will hopefully happen. I just don't know who would replace him. It would probably be Jon Cornyn. Blech.

Direct election of senators was a mistake. Appointed by the states was a far better system.

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Bikerider100 4 points ago +4 / -0

Epstein is about it.

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RedDead73 3 points ago +3 / -0

Didn't that guy kill himself?

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steeltwotired 4 points ago +4 / -0

...no... He definitely did not kill himself. There's way more evidence to support that than the bogus claim he did end his own life.

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Bikerider100 1 point ago +1 / -0

Yea that's in a 'Q' post...smh

Fucking ridiculous!!!!

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PB_Mack 2 points ago +2 / -0

Trump, for daring to oppose them. Us, for being loyal. America, for allowing a Biden to steal this election.

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VoltronGreen1981 3 points ago +5 / -2

I imagine there are plenty within his own party that are waiting for the opportunity to strike him down.

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Comanche_Moon 12 points ago +12 / -0

If someone has the time, I'd like to have a list of the Republicans who stood by President Trump and didn't weasel out with the Demonrats. I've been getting tons of emails from Repubs begging for money. I will support those who have been patriots and dump the Judas Repubs.

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711WasAPartTimeJob 7 points ago +7 / -0

List is pretty short.

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Cyrbuzz66 3 points ago +3 / -0

Sad but true.

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RepentCoomer 3 points ago +3 / -0

Gaetz, Hawly, Gohmert

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lapalapa 2 points ago +2 / -0

Cruz?

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librul_tearsaholic 1 point ago +1 / -0

Kennedy

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Chinese_spy2 2 points ago +2 / -0

Mo Brooks is the only one who I would trust.

  • By convention, he is too old to aspire to higher office so his support for President Trump seems most genuine.
  • He might be punished by Congress due to his support for the Capitol Hill protests. Congress does not generally punish a colleague, unless that person is disliked by Congress. Anyone disliked by the swamp -- the Congress -- is probably a good person.

Others, like some younger senators or representatives, might be using us just for votes and a platform -- to only betray us later.

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GlockArm 2 points ago +2 / -0

Kill traitors before enemies.

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grassshrimp 80 points ago +81 / -1

One of the biggest accomplishments of the Trump era is that he exposed our Government, it's employees, MSM, Hollywood, academia and the left for being FAR, FAR, FAR worse that most of us ever imagined.

We are losing the culture war, and culture is what binds this highly diverse Country together. Over half of our population is being trained to hate themselves, our ancestors and our Country.

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rationalistone 15 points ago +16 / -1

It's really terrible what they have done. I am making sure my wife knows to NEVER record our children as being White on ANYTHING because the demonizing of and weaponization of everything against both "White" and "Whiteness" on a global scale is only going to end in extinction level atrocities. Literally, there will be mobs screaming at Whites about how privileged they are while kicking their brains in and putting bullets in the heads, necks, and chest just like we saw in 2020, but it will be ubiquitous on every square inch of the planet soon. Humanity is a failed experiment!

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Hiw-lir-sirith 5 points ago +5 / -0

Whoa, that got a little nihilistic at the end there, but I want to support your point about being recorded as "white." It's one of those things that just seems off, but that most people don't stop to think about. Every race/ethnicity on most forms has sub-categories and nuance, like it's respectful. But when it comes to Europeans, it's just "white," like we're some indistinctive, ghastly presence that haunts the planet. It's very deliberate. We should do everything we can to subvert and reject this race-critical worldview that has made so many inroads into our culture and our lives. I was never more proud of Trump than when he took on the cancer of critical race theory and sensitivity training. That's attacking the Left at its core.

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Chinese_spy2 2 points ago +2 / -0

And good white leftists and liberals will be leading the charge.

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daveinpublic 2 points ago +2 / -0

It’s time that we step it up in the culture war!! Netflix and Amazon prime and everything else is owning Republican like nothing right now! Time for somebody to step it up with production etc. get a team together people.

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diamondsword 45 points ago +45 / -0

At least Democrats will flat out say they want to take away your 1st and 2nd amendment rights. Republicans are slimy cowards and pretend like they're your friend so they can stab you in the back.

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wampdog29 6 points ago +7 / -1

I see so many people say this with little to no proof. Most of what I find when I look up everything is that Trump REMOVED many regulations on guns that Obama passed...

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Guildpro101 4 points ago +5 / -1

Pics or it didn't happen.

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AndrogenReceptor 23 points ago +24 / -1

This sounds like blackmail to me. McConell is one of the most corrupt officials in our gov't. Payback will be a bitch, for Mitch.

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qwertyuiop123 3 points ago +3 / -0

They are threatening to impeach him.... so yes, it is kind of blackmail...and Trump is also definitely being a pussy.

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DreddPirateDonald 23 points ago +23 / -0

Assange and Snowden are not perfect, but they did more to expose government corruption and lawlessness than any others. The elite of the world have been playing this game a lot longer than any of us.

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MrBlack 20 points ago +21 / -1

The entire system is corrupt, and the elections are fake, welcome to Chimerica.

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Stonesolo 18 points ago +18 / -0

Republicans turn faster than ripe bananas!

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stankz 15 points ago +16 / -1

McConnell made 2 back to back presidents his bitches. He stonewalled Obama and refused to even acknowledge his SCOTUS pick. Then he barreled through 3 of his own SCOTUS picks during Trump's presidency. The final one at the 11th hour. Say what you will about Mitch but he is effective at what he does. Pelosi and Schumer could only dream of pulling the moves McConnell does.

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Richard_Dangler 6 points ago +7 / -1

Agreed. McConnell is more efficient in the sense of doing more with less energy.

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Examiner1776 2 points ago +2 / -0

Those 3 SCOTUS picks are the only reason I'm able to sleep at night these days. I just pray he can keep the libs from expanding the courts now.

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BranchCovidian 2 points ago +3 / -1

McConnell and Paul Ryan were very efficient in derailing the populist MAGA agenda and replacing it with basic-bitch neoconservatism.

We need to be efficient with dealing justice to them, legally and with due process of course.

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VoteCyborgTrump2040 -5 points ago +1 / -6

It's all a game, you fool. They're all on the same team. McConnel didn't make Obama his bitch. Likely we were all idiots to believe Trump was ever on our side. He probably cucked out because he's always been on theirs.

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Lysah 6 points ago +6 / -0

Thinking Trump was on "their side" is one of the most autistic beliefs imaginable. If that were the case they wouldn't hate him like they do. Or do you think all the hate was "just for show?" Because there's no reason to even put on a show. They can do whatever they want, whether we or they like the president or not, see Obama's 8 years.

No, Trump was definitely an outsider and it pissed them off royally to lose control of the government for 4 years. They will also make sure it never happens again.

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VoteCyborgTrump2040 3 points ago +4 / -1

Macho Man Randy Savage can't be on the same side as Hulk Hogan. If that were the case, they wouldn't fight each other in the ring.

Well if Trump was really an outsider, then he's the biggest loser in American history. He fucking cucked out at the most important time, allowed them to steal the election, condemned his own supporters, thanked all the great people of DC and Mike Pence for betraying him, and never spoke another word about the fraud.

I didn't need him to pull off this Qtard shit and save the world, but what I did need him to do was not surrender and start saying whatever they wanted him to say and doing whatever they wanted him to do. Any man worth anything at all would rather die than do that. I couldn't do half the things Trump did, but I'd at least die on my feet.

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Lysah 1 point ago +1 / -0

If we're to believe the government is actually compromised as it seems to be, why do we think he wasn't probably threatened?

They rigged the election, they rigged the courts, they rigged Congress, but they wouldn't ever be so bold as to tell Trump to back down or die, no that would be a step too far!

You can say you'd die on your feet but the Holocaust proves 99.99% of people will not. And those with families are even less likely to.

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AK1911 13 points ago +13 / -0

As there any proof of this taking place?

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Spacestar_Ordering 9 points ago +9 / -0

Yeah, I'm right back to where I was circa 2016 - 2018 politically. It's going to be third parties and independents.

I voted R for the first time this election because Trump seemed to be the better choice and I was lightening up to conservatives as a whole, mostly because of how blatantly corrupt the democratic party, even the ones I thought were moderates, showed themselves to be during the COVID19 response.

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cuckfacemcgee 3 points ago +3 / -0

THE PATRIOT PARTY WILL STAND STRONG

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COanon 10 points ago +12 / -2

Years ago someone told me there is no difference between the demoncraps and the repukicans. As long as you get a seat in the House or the Senate. There are just so many seats to fill. Then that will be where you can make real money, vote for your own pay raise, make laws that affect others and not you, accommodate many lobbyists that will pay you to vote for legislations. Within 2 years you can be one of the 1%er earners. It doesn't take intelligence to not do your job.

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Examiner1776 5 points ago +5 / -0

is this a shitty Q drop?

Aren't they all?

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DemsHaveNoHomeHere 8 points ago +8 / -0

I'm sorry what is so bad with that?

Its over there'll never be another Trump admin, so why not break all the toys?

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AnonymousFrog 6 points ago +6 / -0

He seems to care more about making money with China than about the American People.

‘“Really, it goes to the fact that Mitch McConnell and Elaine Chao, his wife, are financially tied to the Chinese government,” Schweizer outlined. “And it comes through the shipbuilding company that Elaine Chao’s family owns. That relationship was forged in December of 1993 when James Chao, Elaine Chao’s father, Elaine Chao, and the new son-in-law, Senator Mitch McConnell, visited Beijing, China, at the invitation of the China state shipbuilding corporation. This was a coup to Beijing because Tiananmen square had happened just four years earlier. Very few high officials went there. The result of that meeting and the deals that followed is that today the Chinese government finances the construction of the ships for the shipbuilding company, they build the ships, they provide the crews for the ship, and they provide the cargo for the ship. So, the Chinese government could pull the plug tomorrow on this business. And the reason they’re doing business with them, let’s make it clear, is because Mitch McConnell is a very powerful figure in Washington, D.C. And the problem is, Steve, that his position on China has softened over the years the closer that this commercial relationship has become, and he’s a direct beneficiary of what this business does.”’

https://www.breitbart.com/clips/2021/01/17/schweizer-mitch-mcconnell-wife-elaine-chao-financially-tied-to-the-chinese-government/

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Angerisagift 1 point ago +1 / -0

Plus Mitch is compromised by his homosexual activities.

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conservativefrank 4 points ago +4 / -0

Yes it does sum it up. Trump didn't pardon Assange. He caved to pressure as he did so many times.

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turdinthepunch [S] 2 points ago +2 / -0

Its so frustrating to watch.

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Spacestar_Ordering 9 points ago +11 / -2

The manner in which Trump is leaving office is definitely one of the bigger let-downs since watching Bernie bend over for the DNC and Hillary.

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Examiner1776 1 point ago +1 / -0

Yep, this is a very disappointing day for justice and freedom.

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wu_tang_clan 3 points ago +3 / -0

McConnell did that intentionally to goad the president.

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Richard_Dangler 1 point ago +1 / -0

Oh I believe it. No telling what other threats Trump has received. Still wish he'd called them on any impeachment threats though and make the courts decide if you can impeach a president once they have left office.

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Spacestar_Ordering 1 point ago +3 / -2

I believe he was told not to, and probably had the impeachment threatened, but overall I'm convinced most of his dumb moves are 1. him being dumb, 2. him listening to bad people. The best things he's done in office, I'm not convinced he had any idea the significance of. He's not some 4d chess player. He's the bull in the china shop.

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Moriartis 2 points ago +2 / -0

As an Ancap before Trump came around, this election has been one part depressing and one part "i told you so". I always suspected the system was rigged as fuck and that the Dems and Repubs are one giant corrupt uniparty that plays both sides. This election proved it and only good thing I see coming from that is maybe less people will trust these institutions in the future.

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anonymousdonor 1 point ago +2 / -1

Been plenty of people saying that for decades.

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VoteCyborgTrump2040 -2 points ago +2 / -4

You needed this election to prove that? We all knew that. The only thing we didn't know is that Trump was likely part of the theater. We all thought Trump was really fighting them. Either that's the case, or he cucked out.

Either way, the people here are delusional fags. Why would anyone even still like Trump if threats of impeachment stopped him from doing the right thing on his way our of office? Like, who fucking cares if they impeach him? If he couldn't stop them from committing fraud to steal the presidency this time, it's not going to happen while he's not in the white house. He's not going to run again anyway. He's an old man.

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HumblePig 2 points ago +2 / -0

Can't get betrayed by your enemies.

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Wharf_Rat 2 points ago +3 / -1

I will never vote for a Republican again on the Federal level at least.

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TP4bunghole 3 points ago +3 / -0

Who are you going to vote for, a bunch of perverts and harebrained screeching communist women like aoc and omar instead? You got slimy rats on one side, and more slimy rats on the other. It's logical to just opt out completely, but then they really get what they want.

The whole system is fucked.

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Wharf_Rat 4 points ago +5 / -1

They got what they want anyway. Trump had 4 years, we had some wins and many eyes were opened, but overall the country is still being flooded with immigrants and H1B1s under his watch, we are still getting abused by the healthcare industry, getting robbed by trade deals, deficits are higher than ever, national debt was increased by $8 TRILLION under Trump in just 4 years. There are still troops occupying countries all over the world. But at least Israel’s capital was moved and defense contractors made a fortune!

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TP4bunghole 1 point ago +1 / -0

Can't disagree with any of your comment.

Maybe the best argument is that it's better to vote for the liars that pretend to want smaller government vs. the liars who openly shout that they want more government, if only to make ourselves feel a tiny bit better about being part of this farce.

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Wharf_Rat 1 point ago +1 / -0

I disagree on that. I’m done holding my nose. It will never force change if we keep voting for these assclowns.

They need to pay even if we all get fucked.

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MikesBigJockstrap 3 points ago +3 / -0

South Park hit the nail on the head. It's always the choice of Giant Douche vs. Turd Sandwich.

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Examiner1776 0 points ago +1 / -1

I will vote against communism and the liberal left no matter how much I have to hold my nose to do it. I want a non-socialist future for my children.

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Wharf_Rat 0 points ago +2 / -2

Thats great bro, enjoy your immigrants and new Israeli capital buildings

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Examiner1776 0 points ago +1 / -1

You will get millions more immigrants if you split the conservative party in half by creating a new party.

Use your brain here. Rather than 48% liberal/52% conservative (and winning elections), we'll have 48% liberal/26% GOP/26% "Patriot" and the liberals will win every election and be emboldened and usher in communism.

This infighting is asinine.

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Wharf_Rat -1 points ago +0 / -1

Voter shaming isn’t gonna work anymore. Maybe when the Republican party starts only getting 20% of the vote they will change. Until then, acceleration it is!

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Examiner1776 1 point ago +1 / -0

I see the world "acceleration" used by people like you and I'm honestly curious how you think that will play out?

How do we win in the end if you accelerate the rise of communism?

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Wharf_Rat 1 point ago +1 / -0

Idk how we win in the end - we certainly won’t ever win with the current Republican party. Communism will never work here though. By that time the country would already be balkanized.

I don’t see communism ever being ushered in. This sounds like some Cold War tier boomer nonsense. Yes the Democrats use commie tactics to subvert power and promote cultural marxism to dehumanize and demoralize the masses, but it’s not like we would ever turn into a communist country. The elite would have too much to lose

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Examiner1776 2 points ago +2 / -0

Crap, someone needs to wake Trump up quick and get that Assange pardon in. This is not good for his movement's optics.

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Examiner1776 3 points ago +3 / -0

Yea, not loving why we pardoned a bunch of rappers and drug dealers but not Assange.

It feels like the SJW deep state is winning today.

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Freedombunker 1 point ago +1 / -0

Actually, FUCK all pols. Let them wallow in their own feces.

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Salt-N-Pepe 1 point ago +3 / -2

Pardon me, but what’s the obsession with Assange? Why is he where he is, and why should he be pardoned?

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Richard_Dangler 10 points ago +11 / -1

Assange is pretty much apolitical and just wants the truth out there. He and his organization only publish what they receive. I am for his pardoning.

Snowdon on the other hand, while I believe he listened to his conscience and did a service to us all, did actually break a law. So for him I'm more on the fence. However he is not in a shitty situation like Assange so its less pressing for him.

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Basedsliceofwinning 4 points ago +4 / -0

Others tried to follow the legal avenue Snowden followed (telling people above in the chain of command, telling the mainstream media without any decent proof since didn't steal anything), they were both fired and raided by the FEDs.

Snowden did the only available option left. And everything he exposed about the government practices has been deemed illegal by courts. And yet he's the only one who got any punishment.

Pardon Snowden.

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ThePragmatist 4 points ago +4 / -0

Snowden did break a law, but in a case where every avenue available to him legally was almost sure to result in the American people being unaware of what needed to be known, and having personal retribution in response.

As far as I am aware, he took the only moral and only practical option. It is deserving of a pardon.

If Mcconnell really threaten Trump on this... I have no words for my anger.

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Examiner1776 1 point ago +1 / -0

Kwame had a stripper murdered but somehow they got a pardon.

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Examiner1776 1 point ago +1 / -0

I'd like to see both of them pardoned just to give the deep state the bird

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VoteCyborgTrump2040 2 points ago +2 / -0

You're the guy going around calling everyone doomers and telling them to deport themselves, and you don't even know who Assange is? Fucking clown.

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chahn1138 1 point ago +1 / -0

Was an R for 40 years....am an I now.

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Spacestar_Ordering 2 points ago +2 / -0

My politics have bounced back and fourth pretty hard over the last 6 - 7 years.

I was hardcore on the left until circa 2013 when I found myself arguing with SJWs more often than conservatives. By 2016 I acknowledged I was no longer on the left, considered myself independent. 2018 registered L, acknowledging I wasn't a full on ancap. 2020, I voted straight R. Now I'm right back to thinking of myself as independent.

There is no one party that my views align with right now. It'd probably be closer to the republican party, if they weren't all frauds.

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zooty 1 point ago +1 / -0

Look, I wish Trump had pardoned Assange and McConnell is an asshole but Trump has expressed negative opinions of Assange before so there's really no need to look for nefarious actions. Trump didn't pardon Assange because he didn't want to pardon Assange. For me, it's not even in the top five disappointments from his departure.

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559throw 1 point ago +1 / -0

All it does is prove that Assange did nothing wrong. Way to go, ya turtle fuck.

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fox86 1 point ago +1 / -0

sauce?

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BidenHarrisMyGonads 1 point ago +1 / -0

I sent in my registration to join the Independent party and get out of the corrupt, backstabbing GOP. NOT ANOTHER PENNY to that cabal.

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Bloodylouver 1 point ago +1 / -0

Why isn’t Kentucky pedes setting up recall for the traitorous bastard bitch McConnel

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tellmywifehello 1 point ago +1 / -0

The example sums up perfectly why traitors are lower than enemies. Enemies can be brave, they look you in they eye and challenge you, they fight against you openly, they demand to support their own cause in opposition to you. It is a respectable position, to be an enemy.

A traitor is a lowly pathetic individual. Traitors are cowardly. The pretend to support you. The fight against you secretly. They profess to support your cause, but sabotage you in secret. A snake like McConnell who wears his republicanism so publicly, but lies with the globohomo Democrats professionally, and with China personally. WIthout his Colonel Sanders Kentucky Gentleman act he'd maybe be more apparent, but at least another RINO is in the open. We can look at this as a win now, before it went on any longer.

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PropagandaWizard1984 1 point ago +1 / -0

Trump was betrayed by all sides as much as possible. The Deep State went full steam on the greatest President of our lifetime. Sad.

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octhrope 1 point ago +1 / -0

you spelled butt incorrectly. =P

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454evr 1 point ago +1 / -0

We spit on McConnell and his dying party.

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Zoidberg6969 1 point ago +1 / -0

we should not forget this lesson either.

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mykillk 1 point ago +1 / -0

This is what the Q idiots have made possible through their stupidity and gullibility. Singlehandedly destroyed the 5 year MAGA movement in a few hours and now Assange will be left to rot away who knows where. Way to go!!

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BidenTouch 1 point ago +1 / -0

"IF", Ha! I love it. Poor President Trump still taking them at there word; they gonna do it regardless.

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FR33D0M_braveheart 1 point ago +1 / -0

We must vote in Mitch or the DemonKKKrats will have control. This was the Republicans can push back, and work for us. Please God he the people see!

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Drunkard 1 point ago +1 / -0

President Trump would have done it if it was merited. There's something we don't know about the guy I think

It can happen, that the President of The United States of America, happens to know things that other people don't know.

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FQzBaLGn 1 point ago +1 / -0

Two wasted years with he and Paul Ryan holding MAGA back.

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Cyrbuzz66 1 point ago +1 / -0

McConnell is the male Pelosi now.

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OptimusPrime 1 point ago +1 / -0

My thoughts exactly. When Trump won the nom in 2016, I was hopeful that the Republicans would pivot away from the disgusting elitism that led to their downfall 2004-2008 but was proven completely wrong the last 4 years (especially the last 2). Never voting for those frauds ever again.

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MarquisBoniface 1 point ago +1 / -0

Excuses are excuses

He was able to oppose Mitch on $2000 checks, he could have opposed him on Assange

The gop establishment already hates him, and he's considering his own party

Is there a reason he couldn't just accept the impeachment, then become the right wing "soros" equivalent (political ngos) and push Don Jr as president, then pardon Assange ET all?

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RDDPro 1 point ago +1 / -0

Mitch Mcconnell is bulletproof. Like Superman.

I don't believe him though, I think I need to see proof.

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Natga_Natalia 1 point ago +1 / -0

Heheheh.

He said “ butt fuck”.

Heheheheheh