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FlgPole 1 point ago +1 / -0

constructive treason is still treason.

Doesnt matter if it happened 100 years ago theyre all still continuing it.

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FlgPole 0 points ago +1 / -1

At his military tribunal on 22 June, former Clinton lawyer Michael Sussmann said in an opening statement that he thought he was “home free” after a Federal D.C. jury acquitted him of lying to the FBI about having knowledge of a computer server that linked President Trump to a Moscow Bank and to Russian President Vladimir Putin. Sussmann, representing himself, accused the U.S. Navy Judge Advocate General’s Corps and Office of Military Commissions of malicious prosecution, saying they had become Donald Trump’s personal police force— “A Gestapo Trump uses to settle vendettas against anyone he doesn’t like.” He likened Trump to Joseph Stalin, whose People’s Commissariat for Internal Affairs (NKVD) had a monopoly on Soviet law enforcement through the end of World War II. The NKVD was infamous for making Stalin’s enemies—and their families—disappear.

When Vice Adm. Darse E. Crandall accused Sussmann of grandstanding, the latter grew visibly angry, calling both the admiral and the 3-officer panel “Donald Trump’s personal bitches.”

“We’ve heard this nonsense time and time again, detainee Sussmann,” Vice Adm. Crandall said calmly. “You’re here today because of your crimes, not President Trump. He had nothing to do with our investigation, or your arrest. You can conduct yourself civilly, or we can gag you.”

“This is double jeopardy,” Sussmann cried out. “A jury of my peers found me not guilty!”

Sussmann’s statement referred to a clause in the Fifth Amendment to the US Constitution that prohibits anyone from being prosecuted twice for substantially the same crime. For a lawyer, though, he had poor understanding of the law. Exceptions to the Double Jeopardy clause state an individual can be tried twice based on the same facts if the elements of each crime are different, and different jurisdictions can charge the same individual with the same crime based on the same facts without violating Double Jeopardy.

And Vice Adm. Crandall had a different reason. “Maybe you’re confused, detainee Sussmann. We’re not charging you with lying to the FBI. We’re charging you with treason, and conspiracy to commit election fraud, for which you were well paid,” he said.

He entered into evidence Sussmann’s banking records for September 2016. On the 16th of that month Sussmann received a deposit for $1,400,000. It had come from Act Blue, a seedy American nonprofit technology organization established in June 2004 that enables left-leaning nonprofits, Democratic candidates, and progressive groups to raise money from individual donors on the Internet by providing them with online fundraising software. Three days later, Sussmann told former FBI official James Baker that computer data showed secret communications between Trump, the Trump Organization, and Russia-based Alpha Bank. Four days afterward, Sussmann got another sizable deposit, this time from the Clinton Foundation for $2,220,000.

Neither payout was mentioned at his federal trial.

Baker, who left the FBI in 2018 and now works at Twitter, said at Sussman’s federal trial, “Michael’s a friend of mine and a colleague, and I believed him and trusted that the statement was truthful.”

“Let’s put aside the Act Blue deposit. If, detainee Sussmann, the Clintons did not employ you to feed the FBI false information on President Trump, would you care to explain why they paid you over two million dollars?” Vice Adm. Crandall asked.

“For consulting fees and speaking engagements,” Sussmann replied.

“What consulting? And where did you speak?” Vice Adm. Crandall asked.

“That is private,” Sussmann said.

“Detainee Sussmann, your life hangs on your answers. And you’re unwilling to justify why you were given a multimillion-dollar payout? The evidence suggests you were paid to do everything in your power to slander Donald J. Trump to halt his bid for the 2016 presidency. And that’s your final answer?”

“I have nothing more to say,” Sussmann said.

Vice Adm. Crandall rested his case, asking the 3-officer panel tasked with judging Sussmann’s fate to consider carefully why the Clinton Foundation—and Act Blue—would have charitably surrendered millions of dollars for no obvious reason.

It took the panel only 10 minutes to reach a verdict: guilty.

Sussmann was found guilty of treason and sentenced to death.

He was executed by gunshot eight hours later.

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FlgPole 1 point ago +1 / -0

Well we did read about his trial and execution.

His last words were fuck you and fuck Donald Trump.

This video came out the same day as we heard about his Trial.

https://patriots.win/p/15HbkoiNjq/ai-fauci-gives-interview-deep-fa/c/

His head is not even attached

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FlgPole 1 point ago +1 / -0

In the last two weeks the U.S. Navy Judge Advocate General’s Corps has tried, convicted, and executed two Deep State villains, Deputy Chief of Staff Jennifer Brigid O’Malley Dillon and former Clinton campaign lawyer Michael Sussmann, both of whom were found guilty of treason and seditious conspiracy following brief but impactful military tribunals.

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FlgPole 2 points ago +2 / -0

Yup and it's still happening. That is how courts work. Month to month to month.

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FlgPole 1 point ago +2 / -1

Doesn't matter what they call you, it's about what you answer to - Jesus Christ

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FlgPole -4 points ago +1 / -5

Who claims I am not already there?

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FlgPole -4 points ago +2 / -6

It doesn't matter what any of it means. It means something to them.

Enough to make them freak out about it and also don't look at it or else you're stupid.

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FlgPole 1 point ago +2 / -1

Men control access to relationships. Women control access to sex. It's only a problem for women that want relationships. If women want relationships they have to get them from men. If women want to 'pair bond' they can't have a lot of sexual partners.

Mammalian Hormone-Behavior Systems

Pair bonding is an evolved trait and may play a critical role in reproduction, as well as in individual and species survival. The neurobiology of pair bonding or other forms of social affiliation are most readily understood in this context. The proximate mechanisms underlying various forms of positive social behaviors, including pair bonding and maternal–infant behavior, rely on common neural and endocrine systems.

I know you would like to focus on women in this context but it's really about men. Men being able to work on themselves and better themselves without basing their whole existence centered around women and dating.

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FlgPole 5 points ago +5 / -0

Peace pipe makes you psychic

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FlgPole 1 point ago +1 / -0

Dont tell anyone what to do.

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FlgPole 1 point ago +1 / -0

That isn't life though

This is exactly my point.

The only place we see these people is on the TV. I don't know anyone directly that has seen any of these people in person.

The day we read the articles about Dr Fauci's execution in GITMO. We get this video all over the TV. https://patriots.win/p/15HbkoiNjq/ai-fauci-gives-interview-deep-fa/c/

This appears to be very rushed out because they didnt even bother to attach his head to his shoulders.

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FlgPole 1 point ago +1 / -0

It always looks like Trump is losing right up until the moment he wins.

The left isn't getting their civil war, because they believe they're winning

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FlgPole 1 point ago +2 / -1

and hillary clinton and dr fauci.

all the dead people are still out there on TV

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FlgPole 0 points ago +1 / -1

extensions sure but what browser

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FlgPole 0 points ago +1 / -1

Im still in the wait and se pattern.

information war is also known as psychological war.

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