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peterstrzoked 4 points ago +4 / -0

50 good senators and one shitty one get you the speakership

Senators don’t vote for speaker of the house.

But you are still making the correct point. General elections are the time for nose holding, if need be, but every day is the day to be campaigning against RINOs in the primaries.

And I don’t give a fuck whether the primary is tomorrow or yesterday, with the general election coming next - it’s always time to campaign against RINOs for the next primary, even if they already won the most recent one.

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peterstrzoked 2 points ago +2 / -0

These are people who are willing to cut off their own penis.

people who are willing to cut off their own penis.

willing to cut off their own penis.

Q.E.D.

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peterstrzoked 4 points ago +4 / -0

Good thing they are only hiring homos and homo trannies now.

Master OKeefe is going to have to start hiring men as his honeypots

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peterstrzoked 4 points ago +4 / -0

A ruse is one of those white supreme baddies terrorizing the friendly lovable Ukrainians, right?

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peterstrzoked 1 point ago +1 / -0

I’d say it’s pretty likely no one gets suicided for this if it stays on its current trajectory.

Everyone is playing their part in the combination show trial/cleanup job.

If the entire premise of Durhams investigation wasn’t that the government got hoodwinked by those wascally wascals, maybe it would be a different story.

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peterstrzoked 2 points ago +2 / -0

I think Marc Elias is even more untouchable than Clinton. I would be shocked if he goes down before her (and I think she croaks before she goes down)

But yes, he deserves a spot on a spike on the Capitol mall. He’s in the top 25 for sure.

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peterstrzoked 1 point ago +1 / -0

It’s simple. Durham is cleaning up the mess. He’s going after all the communications to make sure he gets it all under wraps and accounted for.

Maybe he wants to do the right thing, but knows going after some ancillary people is the best he will be allowed to do…maybe he’s just another swamp monster. I have no idea. But the fact that he has taken this long, with no real results, AND been allowed to continue by Garland, means that he’s not going to get any good results.

Every one of Durhams filings has carefully laid out the blatantly false, bullshit premise that all government actors (except Clinesmith who got off scot free, even though he was caught red handed LYING ON A FUCKING FISA WARRANT) were hoodwinked!™️ by those dastardly Clinton associates, who wove such a convincing plot that our good guys in the worlds premier law enforcement agency fell for it.

Durhams entire premise is demonstrably false, and is absurd to anyone who has followed the fantastic spygate analysis over at CTH (and other places as well). By 2018, the plot was clearly laid out via open source /unclassified documents for anyone with a long enough attention span to see and read for themselves.

My estimate is that there is a 99.5% chance Durham wraps this up with Sussman or maybe another couple disposable Clinton associates (Elias is almost as untouchable as Clinton, maybe more so), a 0.499999% chance he tries to go after Clinton (if Obama is trying to take her out) and then a 0.000001% chance Durham goes after the actual plotters and is promptly suicided.

Not dooming, just being realistic. Previous and ongoing patterns are good predictors of future behavior.

One final note to my wall of text that no one will read (and I’m okay with that) - even if Durham takes down Clinton, while that will be “justice well deserved” the only thing it will mean is that even more sinister players (whoever is behind Obama) had her taken out. I’ll take pleasure in it for sure, but it isn’t really a “win” for our country.

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peterstrzoked 2 points ago +2 / -0

Robert’s told them they wouldn’t get invited to pedo island if they didn’t get in line.

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peterstrzoked 1 point ago +1 / -0

philosoraptor thought: if I start writing some sternly worded letters, can I start collecting a 3800k/week paycheck?

Spez: I started off with 200k and then tried to change it to 3800/week. But yeah, with inflation it should probably be 3800k a week to buy gas and ramen

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peterstrzoked 1 point ago +1 / -0

Oh he won’t win. But why go through all the trouble of going through a long drawn out lawsuit If by the time it’s over AND you actually win, what you sued for is only worth the wheelbarrow you carry it around in?

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peterstrzoked 6 points ago +6 / -0

67 senators would have to vote to remove one, after 50%+1 of the house voted to approve articles of impeachment.

Other than that, no one. I don’t think the Chief Justice can do much to them.

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peterstrzoked 3 points ago +3 / -0

US Government quietly enforces laws only against opposition parties, regardless of which “party” is in power. They are a defacto totalitarian regime. Why would any American, who supports freedom, give a flying fuck about Russia, or Ukraine, or anything while we’ve got our own country in shambles?

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peterstrzoked 1 point ago +1 / -0

I always wondered how cases get assigned.

Presumably there is some “randomly fair” assignment that happens by some random jogger who works for the clerk who can tip the scales however they want for the right number of Lincolns ($5 hookers get paid in $5 bills)

The interwebs for several US district court pages all claim they are selected “randomly” but they don’t go into any detail.

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peterstrzoked 1 point ago +1 / -0

TBH there’s really no way to tell how much it should be by the time he finishes.

At this rate, if he wins 1.5B in a year, that may not even have 1 million in buying power. He should bump it up to 100 trillion, in case it takes 2 or 3 years.

Either that or sue them for a few hundred tons of gold.

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peterstrzoked 3 points ago +3 / -0

This (OP) is weapons grade boomer material.

No bad language, right to the point. I just sent this to my family group text.

So many long time republican voters have bought into the “cowardly, spineless, weak” con that Republicans have mastered.

I can’t tell you how many times over my life I’ve heard my parents make comments about a lack of spine/intestinal fortitude, etc.

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peterstrzoked 3 points ago +3 / -0

It’s so sad. Literally all we want is to be left alone and allowed to pursue the American dream.

I don’t care what some fucking weirdo wants to do by themselves, to themselves, etc., but when they come after me, or my kids, or my neighbors and their kids? We’ve got a big problem.

But there is much more going on behind the scenes; our battle is not against flesh and blood.

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peterstrzoked 14 points ago +15 / -1

My biggest concern with a civil war is the other players who will inevitably try to swoop in while we are fighting ourselves.

Think China allying with the blue states, etc etc.

It will make Civil War 1 look like some kids playing cowboys and Indians.

To be honest; it could easily set off a WW3 scenario (assuming we aren’t already up to #4 because of the dipshit potato).

I’m not saying it’s not inevitable; I agree with you, it’s coming. We cannot live in peace with people who want to kill us and our kids. But it’s going to be ugly, and much more than just wasting the soy tranny brigades.

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peterstrzoked 1 point ago +1 / -0

Maybe because the rockstars and politicians aren’t at risk of being conscripted and sent to die?

I thought that’s what all the Ukrainians were actually fleeing lol

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