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Thu Nov 7, 2019, 01:26 AM

Irony of the Day

Republicans are now floating their latested CT: Sondland revised his testimony, in a way very detrimental to Trump, because somebody ‘got to him’ and forced him to do so.

Well, where was that theory when Mulvaney told the world, on live TV no less, that there was a quid-pro-quo – get over it! – and then insisted that he hadn’t said what millions of people heard him say just hours before?

Who ‘got to’ Mulvaney? Who ‘forced’ him to recant his own words?

Sondland had a very compelling reason to revise his testimony - to avoid being charged with perjury.

So exactly what was Mulvaney's reason for not only 'revising' his statements about a quid-pro-quo, but insisting that he never made those statements in the first place?

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Response to NanceGreggs (Original post)

Thu Nov 7, 2019, 01:41 AM

1. I would not want to be Sondland's laundry-person. Because he dirtied his shorts when he saw

that everyone else contradicted his false testimony. After a change and a good shower he ran back to Congress to "revise" his testimony. "Revise," yeah, okay... nice euphemism.

Even dullards like Sondland are realizing that Trump does not have the attention-span, nor the empathy, nor the gratitude to pre-emptively pardon everyone who he needs to perjure themselves in order for him to get away with everything, AND that the stature of limitations is longer than Trump's likely remaining time in office.

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Response to NanceGreggs (Original post)

Thu Nov 7, 2019, 04:26 AM

2. They doing that because they got NOTHING


I say let them keep digging, and self destruct what little is left of their integrity and reputation

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Response to NanceGreggs (Original post)

Thu Nov 7, 2019, 05:04 AM

3. Who is dumber?

The guy that pays a million for a job, or the guy that hires the guy that paid a million and thinks he'd be great in an important job?

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Response to NanceGreggs (Original post)

Thu Nov 7, 2019, 11:07 PM

4. It's always about the money

Always, as I read way back in the start of this nightmare the word was

FOLLOW THE MONEY

after all I think 45* is guilty of grand theft if that's the correct word for it

He didn't just deny Ukraine what had been given them, he didn't just commit extortion with it

He stole it, he used it as if it was his money, no matter where it came from, and that's theft plain and simple

I read a post earlier that asked where colludy keeps getting money to fly around the world, pay lawyers, living expenses and et all

That money was stolen from somebody before it ended up in his pocket, same with all the money (Rubles) washed through the nra

It's not only that they created the largest criminal conspiracy in history

They had to pay for it

With someone else's stolen money

As such they should all go away for life in my opinion

You may not be able to convict them of all they have tried to pull off and at least the history books will bring most if not all of it out

I'd really love to see theft charges along with everything else that's coming

But the money had to come from somewhere, hopefully they're looking at that too

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