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legends87 1 point ago +1 / -0

Probably, but he'd already be in prison right now if he did. He's gonna die in prison regardless thanks to the Capitol insurrection and nuclear documents hoaxes but you can't fault him for attempting self preservation.

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legends87 4 points ago +4 / -0

Who exactly do you think was in charge of the FBI? Trump? Rod Rosenstein recommended that Trump fiire Comey, then used Trump firing Comey as an excuse to appoint Mueller, who spent two years investigating Trump, his family, his friends and everybody he'd ever been even vaguely associated with. Trump was never in charge of the FBI, not even for a minute. The President is a figurehead and that's what Trump and his supporters didn't understand, and why he's in the situation that he is right now.

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legends87 1 point ago +1 / -0

It is. It's nothing we didn't already know and nobody's gonna see it anyway.

Even I'm not gonna go on Twitter to read it in that shitty format.

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legends87 2 points ago +2 / -0

The left dismisses, harasses, unpersons, investigates, imprisons or murders anybody who doesn't have the exact same political beliefs and it seems to work for them. Not saying that we should be like leftists but it's hardly why we lose.

Besides, there are some legitimate political issues that are too important for compromise.

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legends87 2 points ago +2 / -0

I guess somebody got in touch with him and told him to reconsider the "facts." Or he decided to commit suicide instead.

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legends87 12 points ago +12 / -0

No identity fraud, just illegal money laundering. The husband initially denied her making the donations but then she "corrected him," said she'd have her attorney daughter call them back and then the donations suddenly stopped.

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legends87 2 points ago +2 / -0

It's also the first time that the Republicans spent more time, money and effort campaigning against and attacking their own voters than they did campaigning against the Democrats. And Trump still managed to drag them across the finish line.

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legends87 52 points ago +55 / -3

It's tough. On the one hand, it's still hard to believe that they're holding political prisoners without bail and sentencing them to years or even decades in prison for non-violently protesting a rigged election and/or trespassing on taxpayer funded property, etc., as we grow up being told and believing that these sort of things can only ever happen in third world shithole countries, but on the other hand he should have known that was where we were headed after they stole the election. Never mind everything else that has happened between June, 2015 and now.

There's also the question as to how much he knew at the time (remember, they flat out lied and said that the Capitol protesters killed seven people, including multiple police officers) and more importantly, whether or not he was even the one in charge anymore. It was Mike Pence who called in the National Guard, and President Trump himself went eerily silent after January 6th. Even before the coordinated social media ban.

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legends87 2 points ago +2 / -0

No, but it seems like Trump is trying to make it one. He's already explained that he was ambushed by Kanye, that he didn't know who Nick Fuentes was, etc., and there zero reason for anybody who voted for Trump in 2016 and supported Trump throughout his entire presidency to believe otherwise. This is the ten millionth time that Trump has been falsely accused of racism and antisemitism, and that might not even be hyperbole. Nobody cares except for people who did not and were never gonna vote for him.

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legends87 6 points ago +6 / -0

What facade? People closing their eyes and plugging their ears doesn't make it any less out in the open.

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legends87 1 point ago +1 / -0

DeSantis is a coward RINO. If he wins the nomination I am unironically voting for Biden. Twice---because I can.

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legends87 2 points ago +2 / -0

Kanye has been saying racist and anti-semitic shit for years, since long before Trump was POTUS, yet nobody cared until after he wore a "white lives matter" shirt because, like always, their outrage is fueled by their hatred of white people.

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legends87 1 point ago +1 / -0

Elon Musk has already stated that it's personal and that Alex Jones will never get back on Twitter. If he's banning people because he personally doesn't like what they have to say, that is the opposite of freedom of speech. He could have said nothing or even said exactly what you're saying now but instead he said "too bad."

To say that you're an idiot would be an understatement when you're clearly retarded. You don't claim to be a free speech absolutist, that we're at war for the future of civilization, etc., then say well... except for Alex Jones because the government is currently violating his freedom of speech and I don't want to get involved.

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legends87 2 points ago +2 / -0

How many of these creatures exist within the Biden administration?

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legends87 5 points ago +7 / -2

The Alex Jones ruling is an assault on freedom of speech. Either you support freedom of speech or you don't, and if we're truly in a "battle for the future of civilization" then Elon Musk should put his money where his mouth is.

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legends87 1 point ago +1 / -0

That might be something that he doesn't have in common with the Sandy Hook folks.

I said might be. Hopefully I don't get sued for millions. Or banned from Twitter.

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