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3. They are far more appropriate than "lock her up" chants, which are baseless.
Mon Nov 25, 2019, 09:29 PM
Nov 2019

Trump has already shown a propensity and the likelihood of having committed several crimes and would likely already be in jail if he wasn't rich and wasn't the president.

Hillary Clinton on the other hand, has been so thoroughly vetted and found not to have committed any kind of illegal act in her tenure in politics, yet they still chant "lock her up".

"lock him up" toward at leas 6 of Trump's closest associates is completely appropriate and it is appropriate for Trump as well.

how about a neutral option? mopinko Nov 2019 #1
Ima go with, hell no. dewsgirl Nov 2019 #2
Same here... regnaD kciN Nov 2019 #9
They are far more appropriate than "lock her up" chants, which are baseless. Caliman73 Nov 2019 #3
What Caliman73 said Leith Nov 2019 #6
I'd prefer 'vote him out' C_U_L8R Nov 2019 #4
Goose, Gander, Sauce . . . hatrack Nov 2019 #5
they are mandatory. NRaleighLiberal Nov 2019 #7
No. meadowlander Nov 2019 #8
Trump and Christie brought it all on . Wash. state Desk Jet Nov 2019 #10
Hell, no. Payback's a motherfucker. . . DinahMoeHum Nov 2019 #11
Depends on the social setting Red Mountain Nov 2019 #12
Normally I would find arguments like "He did it first..." childish, but these days... TreasonousBastard Nov 2019 #13
Something like "si, se pueda," would be more uplifting tirebiter Nov 2019 #14
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