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Howard Stern: Donald Trump Despises those who love him the most

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    youtube.com/watch?v=9bC4BH5E4Ys

    Stern is accurately blunt when telling Trump fans that Trump has no respect for them as a demographic group. Stern says Trump is the same MF liar and con man he's been for the 45+ years. Just listen to any of Sterns interview's with Trump where Trump grossly brags about asking women to give him blow jobs in his office in exchange for making a phone. Is it true or not? Probably not, but Trump thinks it cool to tell is own personal porn stories on satellite radio.

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    Too bad Epstein can'tell his stories about what Trump did at his parties. He had him murdered and made sure that even the the FBI was stopped from investigating it. But yeah the dumb people here have no clue what Trump is all about.

    He had both Epstein and Khasoggi murdered, but until now got away with it. Are they "blind" and "deaf" in this country?

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    I am not too sure that Trump has ever had anyone murdered. I just don't perceive Trump having the connections to order "hits" on people, nor hit men willing to work for Trump. Maffia does not want to have anything to do with him because Trump has a such a big mouth that never stops.
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    I guess people here are naive; sure he had them murdered; Trump has plenty of connections in the NY mafia world; it needs only a few calls which can't be traced. He even invited the NY "mafia" leader to one of his parties in Mar-a-Lago. Khasoggi was murdered via the connections of Kussner with the Saudi's. He likely asked them to get rid of the guy so they could wheel and deal with the "arms" deal for their "commission(s)" ( read "cut")

    Don't forget all the connections his Dad had with the NY underworld as well the KKK. Trump also sent someone to threaten Stormy with her kid. It was all on the news. Sorry the "guy" has no feelings whatsoever. Putin probably gave him instructions on how to cover things up! ha ha. I bet once he's out that then all the shit will be exposed. As well lots of "books" on top of the "bunch" now, will be written. It is going to be an "horror" story for sure.

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    You give Trump far far too much credit. I would agree he believes its OK to have people murdered, and he would make it legal to murder people for many reasons. Example, Trump would sign into a law that makes it legal to murder someone who stole something from you, or murder someone who has commit other crimes against you or family. Trump would likely want to bring back vigilante justice to the lower classes of our society as long as the upper class a protected from the lower classes.

    I could easily see him using "vigilante justice" as a campaign slogan because that idea greatly appeals to his gun owning base. They love the fantasy of making it legal to chase down minorities in their pickup trucks and shooting them with shotguns, and have vigilante laws that backup up their right to take justice into their own hands.

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    wwjd Wrote:

    You give Trump far far too much credit. I would agree he believes its OK to have people murdered, and he would make it legal to murder people for many reasons. Example, Trump would sign into a law that makes it legal to murder someone who stole something from you, or murder someone who has commit other crimes against you or family. Trump would likely want to bring back vigilante justice to the lower classes of our society as long as the upper class a protected from the lower classes.

    I could easily see him using "vigilante justice" as a campaign slogan because that idea greatly appeals to his gun owning base. They love the fantasy of making it legal to chase down minorities in their pickup trucks and shooting them with shotguns, and have vigilante laws that backup up their right to take justice into their own hands.

    As an example; Have you ever seen in any other country that "civilians" can go to an "government" building in full army gear and automatic guns with lots of clips and don't get arrested? That was the case in Michigan. As well in Charlottesville VA. As long as such is tolerated then this country is lawless.
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    Dutch Wrote:
    wwjd Wrote:

    You give Trump far far too much credit. I would agree he believes its OK to have people murdered, and he would make it legal to murder people for many reasons. Example, Trump would sign into a law that makes it legal to murder someone who stole something from you, or murder someone who has commit other crimes against you or family. Trump would likely want to bring back vigilante justice to the lower classes of our society as long as the upper class a protected from the lower classes.

    I could easily see him using "vigilante justice" as a campaign slogan because that idea greatly appeals to his gun owning base. They love the fantasy of making it legal to chase down minorities in their pickup trucks and shooting them with shotguns, and have vigilante laws that backup up their right to take justice into their own hands.

    As an example; Have you ever seen in any other country that "civilians" can go to an "government" building in full army gear and automatic guns with lots of clips and don't get arrested? That was the case in Michigan. As well in Charlottesville VA. As long as such is tolerated then this country is lawless.

    Dutch:

    The clearest proof of the idiocy of the Michigan protesters is this man:

    See the source image

    To give you an idea how crazy this country has become, you need to go back in time, to 1967, when Ronald Reagan signed the Mulford Act. In 1967, it was legal to openly carry weapons on the street, However, when the Black Panthers walked into the legislature carrying rifles, it quickly became illegal. After that "oh shit" moment, the bill was passed in record time.

    Both Republicans and Democrats in California supported increased gun control. Governor Ronald Reagan, who was coincidentally present on the capitol lawn when the protesters arrived, later commented that he saw "no reason why on the street today a citizen should be carrying loaded weapons" and that guns were a "ridiculous way to solve problems that have to be solved among people of good will." In a later press conference, Reagan added that the Mulford Act "would work no hardship on the honest citizen

    :https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mulford_Act

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    Arizona; I wrote many times about the "non-laws" here. You wrote about an "act" the same as an "clause" or an "case law" which is not an actual piece which is part of the Constitution if it does not states such. Most so called "rules" like; for Presidents are not "laws" at all, such as the emolument "clause". Trump walks right over these rules. Ask his family. Such is also the reason that the regardless of what the Congress is allowed to do for "oversight is not clearly defined. Each time something is not clear then the "case law" is used to fix it. No wonder that by now "chaos" persist because the "puzzle" of laws here is no longer functional. It is time that all the things which are unclear in these modern times are rewritten in proper language and made into "law"; which should then also define what are the penalties, if not followed; all in such way written that the "zillion" lawyers here can't tinker with.

    Right now the "legal" mess here has become unworkable and will lead to more and more corruption, especially if you "park" an "mafia" trained person into the W.H. whom walks right over all the "rules" and "laws" which are "unclear" and don't define "penalties. The "impeachment" process proved all of this and became therefore an useless "circus".

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    that guy in AZ Wrote:

    :https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mulford_Act

    I have not heard of Mulford act before now, but over the years anti-gun arguments have been by blacks leaders saying "How long do you think that new proposed gun law will exist if every black adult decided to get a gun and legally use it as that law now states they can use it. The NRA suddenly would be advocating that the new proposed gun law is bad idea"

    Its true gun lovers want zero gun regulations, but don't want minorities to guns period.