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    Trump: "Sorry, we are full up. Can't take any more people"

    Then he is going to bus immigrants to sanctuary cities and Democratic areas. It doesn't even make the news he lies so much.

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    Chet Ruminski Wrote:

    Trump: "Sorry, we are full up. Can't take any more people"

    Then he is going to bus immigrants to sanctuary cities and Democratic areas. It doesn't even make the news he lies so much.

    Chet; I guess Europe should have said that when they got all the refugee's from the countries which the US "invaded" and should have sent them to the US instead. Sorry the US is also the guilty one again, by not preventing the exit of these people because Trump stopped "aid" to those countries as well no longer providing assistance for "refugee's in the affected countries itself by providing "visa"s at the US embassy's.

    There is plenty of room here; ask N'Dakota or Montana, Utah etc.

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    According to this morning's Washington Post, the number of lies that Trump has told since becoming president has now climbed over the 10,000 mark. If he were Pinocchio he would have a really long nose!

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    The final count on Trump's lies 30,573 by the time that he left office.

    https://www.washingtonpost.com/graphics/politics/trump-claims-database

    Since he lied with impunity, other Republican officials aren't shy about doing the same.

    Heather's letter from last night contained a few references that show the rest of the GOP can't tell the truth either.

    After convincing his caucus to dump Cheney and embrace Trump, House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy (R-CA) told reporters: “I don’t think anybody is questioning the legitimacy of the presidential election. I think that is all over with.”

    This was a breathtaking statement. McCarthy himself challenged the certification of Biden’s win, and just last week, Trump made a big announcement in which he called the election of 2020 “fraudulent.” The Big Lie animating the Republicans today is that Trump, not Biden, really won the 2020 election.

    But McCarthy is not alone in his gaslighting. Yesterday, in the Senate Rules Committee markup of S1, the For the People Act protecting the vote, ending gerrymandering, and pushing big money out of our elections, Senator Minority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-KY) said: “I don’t think anyone on our side has been arguing that [voter fraud] has been pervasive all over the country.”

    In today’s House Oversight Committee hearing on the January 6 insurrection, Republican lawmakers in general tried to gaslight Americans, as they tried to paint that unprecedented attack on our democracy as nothing terribly important.

    Representative Andrew Clyde (R-GA) said that calling the attack on the Capitol an insurrection is a “bald-faced lie” and that “if you didn't know the TV footage was a video from January the 6th, you would actually think it was a normal tourist visit….

    CNN later called Clyde’s remarks “absolute nonsense.” Even the definition of insurrection Clyde quoted—“an organized attempt by a group of people to defeat their government and take control of their country usually by violence”—showed the attack of January 6 to be an insurrection. And, as lawyer and CNN analyst Asha Rangappa noted tonight on Twitter, at his second impeachment trial even Trump’s own lawyers did not dispute that the events of January 6 were a violent insurrection. The record is clear.

    The former president appears to be continuing to exercise control over his underlings. Former Acting Attorney General Jeffrey Rosen and former Acting Defense Secretary Christopher Miller provided testimony at the House Oversight Committee hearing, and what they would not say was revealing. Rosen refused to answer questions about whether Trump asked him to try to overturn the 2020 election. Miller’s prepared remarks had included a sentence that said “ I stand by my prior observation that I personally believe his comments encouraged the protesters that day.” In his testimony, he omitted that line, and later tried to walk it back, trying to draw a line between people who marched on the Capitol and those who broke into it.

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    What was shown on TV yesterday showed the real "colors" of these idiots and how far we have sunk. Sorry, but McCarthy is only one of the liars, who will say the opposite the next day with an straight face. If our government is run by these types of hypocrites, forget "governing" as it should. La la land for sure. Sorry as I've said so many times ; if all of this continues then this country is doomed, as long as no one puts an stop to this nonsense and does not kick these idiots out.

    It looks that S. America is holy compared to us by now.

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    In this forum in 2015 when Trump announced his candidacy I said he would be a very formidable candidate and would most likely win the election. And I backed that statement by describing him as having the ultimate charismatic personality. I said that attacking him would be useless and only would make him stronger. That is the definition of charisma. Charisma is an unexplained compelling attraction. Those affected by the charismatic without any reason will support the charismatic and defend the charismatic. Well the perfect example of my description is Donald Trump. Over half of the GOP is totally and blindly supporting Donald Trump. Not only supporting him in innuendo but supporting a habitual liar that bold facedly declares the 2020 Presidential election a fraud. When a bold faced lying narcissitist egomaniac with no moral compass becomes the idol, and idol is correct, the outcome is bleak. There are examples that proceed him: Hitler. Mussolini, Idi Amin for just a few.
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    Chet Ruminski Wrote: In this forum in 2015 when Trump announced his candidacy I said he would be a very formidable candidate and would most likely win the election. And I backed that statement by describing him as having the ultimate charismatic personality. I said that attacking him would be useless and only would make him stronger. That is the definition of charisma. Charisma is an unexplained compelling attraction. Those affected by the charismatic without any reason will support the charismatic and defend the charismatic. Well the perfect example of my description is Donald Trump. Over half of the GOP is totally and blindly supporting Donald Trump. Not only supporting him in innuendo but supporting a habitual liar that bold facedly declares the 2020 Presidential election a fraud. When a bold faced lying narcissitist egomaniac with no moral compass becomes the idol, and idol is correct, the outcome is bleak. There are examples that proceed him: Hitler. Mussolini, Idi Amin for just a few.

    Trump's control is strictlty over those in the Republican party. Well over 50% of Americans find Trump to be unworthily of being president. Most people are not susceptible to his BS. Trump preys on people who are susceptible and\or power hungry opportunists that see Trump as way to grab power for themselves using the same corrupt tools that Trump supports and uses. Examples are Lidneys Graham, Tom Cotton, Ted Cruz, Joss Hawley, and Maro Robio. These losers all aspire to become president some day, and Trump proved to them that corrupt politics can get a corrupt person into the WH. However, what these losers all lack is a lifetime of being totally amoral, none of them have spent their entire adult life perfecting the craft of fucking people over, including their closest allies. They core difference Trump is a full blown sociopath, and other Republican presidential wannabes are not. Trump is the real deal in terms an unethical MF'er who literally would sell out his entire family to save himself; he could easily watch every single one of his children go to federal prison so he did not have to.

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    wwjd Wrote:
    Chet Ruminski Wrote: In this forum in 2015 when Trump announced his candidacy I said he would be a very formidable candidate and would most likely win the election. And I backed that statement by describing him as having the ultimate charismatic personality. I said that attacking him would be useless and only would make him stronger. That is the definition of charisma. Charisma is an unexplained compelling attraction. Those affected by the charismatic without any reason will support the charismatic and defend the charismatic. Well the perfect example of my description is Donald Trump. Over half of the GOP is totally and blindly supporting Donald Trump. Not only supporting him in innuendo but supporting a habitual liar that bold facedly declares the 2020 Presidential election a fraud. When a bold faced lying narcissitist egomaniac with no moral compass becomes the idol, and idol is correct, the outcome is bleak. There are examples that proceed him: Hitler. Mussolini, Idi Amin for just a few.

    Trump's control is strictlty over those in the Republican party. Well over 50% of Americans find Trump to be unworthily of being president. Most people are not susceptible to his BS. Trump preys on people who are susceptible and\or power hungry opportunists that see Trump as way to grab power for themselves using the same corrupt tools that Trump supports and uses. Examples are Lidneys Graham, Tom Cotton, Ted Cruz, Joss Hawley, and Maro Robio. These losers all aspire to become president some day, and Trump proved to them that corrupt politics can get a corrupt person into the WH. However, what these losers all lack is a lifetime of being totally amoral, none of them have spent their entire adult life perfecting the craft of fucking people over, including their closest allies. They core difference Trump is a full blown sociopath, and other Republican presidential wannabes are not. Trump is the real deal in terms an unethical MF'er who literally would sell out his entire family to save himself; he could easily watch every single one of his children go to federal prison so he did not have to.

    In the olden days, if you bad mouthed someone, you got your ass handed to you, Trump broke that rule with his impunity, nobody reeled his sorry ass in. and still haven't.