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libertyhominid 1 point ago +1 / -0

Lol yeah right. You mean negotiating a bigger bribe to James Biden.

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libertyhominid 1 point ago +1 / -0

This is the same stupid joke he always says to people. The fact that he said it to cancer patients is just a demonstration of how senile he is.

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libertyhominid 1 point ago +1 / -0

Jesus will come back in 2025 for the Church, and the Apophis Asteroid WILL BE the coming Day of the Lord Gpd's Wrath when it hits on April 13, 2029.

I’ve been wasting my time. You got me.

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libertyhominid 1 point ago +1 / -0

You might be right if in fact COPIES of these were made for the lawyers, if Trumps team came in and scanned these same docs and essentially have their own copies of them. That seems plausible, but what Sundance is saying is that these documents are work product. My point is that’s technically not true, and that these docs cannot be given back on that basis. Let’s say Trumps lawyers have copies of these documents. With the lawsuit dismissed, if the govt prevails that these are their docs and not Trump’s they still have to give back their copies. This would really all hinge on someone leaking the docs despite government claims of classification, etc. We all know the govt claim is just bullshit, but I think it’ll still come down to someone, if they have these documents, will have to leak them and then accept whatever railroad corrupt consequences come their way.

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libertyhominid 1 point ago +1 / -0

Sundance is ahead of the curve on many things, but I don’t think this holds water. These pre-existing documents are not attorney work product. Attorney work product is created in anticipation of litigation. These documents might be connected to Trump wanting to support his case and outsiders reviewing them, etc, but only the actual documents his lawyers created themselves could be protected work product. The vast, vast majority of these documents are not coming back to Trump.

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libertyhominid -4 points ago +4 / -8

“MUH OPTICS!!” Lol. I’m sure you’re just dying to tell us “what needs to be done” but us “cowards” “couldn’t handle it.” No one wants to kidnap a governor or blow anything up, please vaguely glow post somewhere else.

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libertyhominid 1 point ago +1 / -0

Reinforces violence as a concept, no commitment, of course, and isolates me as if my view is abnormal. True to form!

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libertyhominid 0 points ago +1 / -1

It’s because they want to encourage people to be violent, but know they can’t say it. It’s basically Ray Epps manifested in comment form. Then if you say you don’t condone violence, you are met with aghast denials of what was implied, or more frequently that you are just on a moral high horse and a do nothing coward, more concerned with the OPTICS of how violence would look and too afraid to do what they vaguely imply must be done. But you have to do it, for some reason, not them!

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libertyhominid -11 points ago +8 / -19

☝️ Just another wink wink do violence faggot patriots will ignore.

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libertyhominid 1 point ago +1 / -0

These fucking bozos DO NOT CARE ABOUT US POINTING OUT THEIR DOUBLE STANDARDS. THEY CARE ABOUT GETTING PROSECUTED.

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libertyhominid 1 point ago +1 / -0

This is a video link to the author’s analysis discussing the same things in the paper. It was originally on YouTube but has since been deleted. There was also a second video with more robust analysis (beta distribution, etc) confirming the findings and addressing viewer input, but I can’t find that second vid anywhere now. I apologize for the highly technical nature of this, but for any pedes who work with statistics, this is a doozy.

https://rumble.com/vazbft-applying-benfords-law-to-us-2020-presidential-race.html

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libertyhominid 1 point ago +1 / -0

The CEER President, Annegret Groebel, stated:

“Extraordinary short-term interventions should not prevent the long-term solutions/targets related to the energy transition and climate targets. Rather, the need to reduce gas demand now should serve as an accelerator to the green transition and reaching the climate targets if handled properly. Of course, we must keep in mind vulnerable consumer groups such as low-income households that that may need targeted measures.

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libertyhominid 1 point ago +1 / -0

The CEER President, Annegret Groebel, stated:

“Extraordinary short-term interventions should not prevent the long-term solutions/targets related to the energy transition and climate targets. Rather, the need to reduce gas demand now should serve as an accelerator to the green transition and reaching the climate targets if handled properly. Of course, we must keep in mind vulnerable consumer groups such as low-income households that that may need targeted measures.”

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libertyhominid 2 points ago +2 / -0

They can talk about things once it costs them nothing to discuss it. By now, with the 2020 election over with, and in the context of Fox News’ conservative audience being fired up about the raid on Mar A Lago, they can bitch about it now a little bit to pretend they are keeping their demographic’s echo chamber satisfied, while not really reporting anything anyone doesn’t already know. It’s like a steam valve to let out pressure before something uncontrollable happens out of anger. Al anger has to be managed and controlled to serve the purpose of the rulers, like January 6.

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libertyhominid 17 points ago +18 / -1

He’s only saying what is authorized. Ask yourselves why it’s authorized now.

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libertyhominid 2 points ago +9 / -7

No shit “You’re not gonna do shit about it.” Which is a comment and by definition not doing shit. I’d say it’s ironic but it’s actually quite expected.

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libertyhominid 1 point ago +1 / -0

Just a reminder that for no discernible reason THIS WOMAN WAS DEIGNED TO BE THE #3 MOST POWERFUL REPUBLICAN IN THE HOUSE.

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libertyhominid 1 point ago +1 / -0

I got a sticky on this, and at least one before me and one after me did. This story truly deserves huge promotion just to let this shit sink in, it’s so monumentally insane.

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