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The color of the cocks that rape into Trump's asshole in prison will be as follows
#389427 - 01/07/21 04:04 AM


Black @ 11 inches
Latino @ 8 inches
Mexican @ 6 inches
Chinese @ 1 inch

I suspect they will start with the black. Now I know, it sounds counter intuitive at first but you want to get that full painal when you can. Strategy.



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>Black @ 11 inches
>Latino @ 8 inches
>Mexican @ 6 inches

What? No mob/mafia association (caucasian Italian/Irish/Russian) mob members that the jackass owes money to. That's unfair they deserve first crack since jackass owes money to some of them.

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#389431 - 01/07/21 04:20 AM


Yeah I'll update it as I recall which cocks will for sure rape him without lube and in some cases ejaculate diseases into his fat asshole. I added the Chinese.



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#389434 - 01/07/21 04:32 AM



Had the jackass fled to Saudi Arabia, he would have been a stuffed plushy playtoy for Prince MBS or maybe that is now King MBS after the royal coup in Saudi Arabia a few years ago, I forget.

Jackass owes money to him as well.



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Riiiight. Just like Hillary went to prison new [Re: Smitdogg]
#389453 - 01/08/21 08:41 AM


Why exactly would he go to prison? What laws say that if someone does _____ the penalty is "prison"?



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the evidence will eventually turn up new [Re: Tomu Breidah]
#389457 - 01/08/21 03:33 PM


> Just like Hillary

James Comey, not even close to being liberal (previously worked in W.'s administration) had investigators going over Clinton's SOS service and the main issue wrong was using her own computer server for some emails outside of the provided government email service system. Unethical...yes, according to US office of ethics Walter Schaub, but it was depending on what email content consisted of. There were no federal law standards written at the time. When the office was created by W. in 2002, Walter Schaub ran the office from 2002 to 2017. Schaub eventually resigned since jackass kept ignoring Schaub's directives from the office of ethics department which was eventually shut down iirc after Schaub resigned.

After Clinton's time in SOS ended, federal laws were drafted and created to ensure that it must be known that only government computers and government provided email service can only be used if working in federal government.


>Why exactly would he go to prison?


I will guess that after recent events, we will be finding out what evidence will
turn up. What happened will be getting a thorough review and one future charge is
conspiracy to commit murder on an elected official. Who were those inside the
Capitol building...with exception of SoS office, the list is below. The jackass
had been claiming that "...Pence has betrayed him" in hopes that maybe the cult followers
might do something to Pence. Had something happened in which Pence or or others
congress members been done in, then the jackass would have use Insurrection Act in trying to declare martial law.



I'll usually agree with Nance most times, but maybe this one I go with a different take.
The Senate selects the VP if a VP needed to be replaced such as Agnew and Ford in 1970s so it isn't that the sob doesn't get to select anyone as VP if that had to be done.


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https://www.democraticunderground.com/100214853495

Malcolm Nance just made a chilling point.
All the people who were in the line of succession for government were in the Capitol during the breach. If they were killed, that would have left drumpf as a monarch.

Current order of succession of power in US

No. Office
1 Vice President Mike Pence
2 Speaker of the House of Representatives Nancy Pelosi
3 President pro tempore of the Senate Chuck Grassley
4 Secretary of State Mike Pompeo





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Pentagon leaders installed as part of Trump purge last month blocked DC National Guard from getting

https://www.democraticunderground.com/100214850479

https://www.washingtonpost.com/national-...9da2_story.html



https://www.democraticunderground.com/?com=view_post&forum=1002&pid=14851033

TBH, there was a period, between the initial breach and the news that the security forces had cleared the building, where I was genuinely terrified, because I was expecting the climax toward which all of this was clearly building: when Trump invoked the Insurrection Act and imposed martial law nationwide. That would have been the final step to achieve the coup for which this could have served as the "Reichstag fire"-like pretext. But it never happened. Why not? Were Trump and his minions so clueless as to not take advantage of the situation they themselves had helped foment? Did Trump try to impose martial law, but get told by the Pentagon they wouldn't comply before he had a chance to issue a declaration? Don't know but, in any "well-coordinated coup," there has to be a battle plan for how to get from inception to cementing power. And, clearly, either Trump and his henchmen never had such a plan, or they had one and failed to get the cooperation needed to implement it.
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Kudos to this poster for providing some details even if there might be different views in the specifics of what was to be carried out.


Clever paper headline title.

Coup Klux Klan: Don Triggers Mob & Rob Bid

https://www.democraticunderground.com/100214854043

https://pbs.twimg.com/media/ErLoJKOVkAEI_Dv?format=jpg&name=small



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#389466 - 01/09/21 03:19 AM


The reason is he's just too much of a gentleman, way too nice, cares about people way too much (annoying) and lastly his heart is just too goddamn big. LOCK HIM UP



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Re: Riiiight. Just like Hillary went to prison new [Re: Tomu Breidah]
#389471 - 01/09/21 03:52 AM


> Why exactly would he go to prison? What laws say that if someone does _____ the
> penalty is "prison"?

He’s guilty of sedition now – he’s incited/encouraged attacks on the government.



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Re: the evidence will eventually turn up new [Re: gregf]
#389473 - 01/09/21 04:10 AM


> TBH, there was a period, between the initial breach and the news that the security
> forces had cleared the building, where I was genuinely terrified, because I was
> expecting the climax toward which all of this was clearly building: when Trump
> invoked the Insurrection Act and imposed martial law nationwide. That would have been
> the final step to achieve the coup for which this could have served as the "Reichstag
> fire"-like pretext. But it never happened. Why not? Were Trump and his minions so
> clueless as to not take advantage of the situation they themselves had helped foment?
> Did Trump try to impose martial law, but get told by the Pentagon they wouldn't
> comply before he had a chance to issue a declaration? Don't know but, in any
> "well-coordinated coup," there has to be a battle plan for how to get from inception
> to cementing power. And, clearly, either Trump and his henchmen never had such a
> plan, or they had one and failed to get the cooperation needed to implement it.

Nah, I don’t think it was ever that close. The DC cops may have let the “protesters” in a bit too easily and posed for selfies, but the secret service agents have a specific job, to protect the lives of key government figures. They’re basically specialised, elite bodyguards. The secret service was prepared for this, and as we saw they were prepared to shoot when shit got real.

It’s pretty clear that Pence is sick of Trump’s bullshit. He called in the national guard himself to secure the area. Even if Trump resigns (or the 25th is invoked), leaving Pence as president, he’s not going to preemptively pardon Trump.

Trump’s plan, like most of his plans, relied on talking shit and doubling down on it. Listen to that call to the Georgia officials where he begs them to “find” votes. It’s absolutely pathetic. He doesn’t understand the election process either. If he did, he would have realised that Pence’s role in counting the votes and announcing the president-elect is ceremonial, and Pence is bound to follow process.

I don’t know what Cruz thinks he stood to gain by challenging certifications. It would have made more sense in the days of the Pony Express, when there was actually a chance of things being tampered with in transit. With electronic communications and media, we know all the counts already, and the process is under more scrutiny than ever before. Cruz had no power to do anything besides delay the announcement. His behaviour won’t have endeared him to anyone besides the lunatic fringe.

Rudy Giuliani and Sidney Powell knew all along that they couldn’t change the result, too. They just kept telling Trump what he wanted to hear for as long as possible so he’d keep paying them. They just want to milk him as much as possible. Isn’t capitalism great? Notice how all his lawyers would say all sorts of bullshit in front of a news camera, but wouldn’t present it as evidence to a court. That’s because they don’t want to make themselves guilty of perjury.

But keep it up guys, it provides some much-needed entertainment in this very depressing period of COVID19 and movement restrictions.



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Re: Riiiight. Just like Hillary went to prison new [Re: Vas Crabb]
#389479 - 01/09/21 08:22 AM


> > Why exactly would he go to prison? What laws say that if someone does _____ the
> > penalty is "prison"?
>
> He’s guilty of sedition now – he’s incited/encouraged attacks on the government.

Quotes please that show this. Be sure to separate the quotes of Trump and the ones taken out of context by the very media/establishment that so despises him.



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Re: the evidence will eventually turn up new [Re: Vas Crabb]
#389485 - 01/09/21 10:03 AM


> I don’t know what Cruz thinks he stood to gain by challenging certifications.
>

Money. The entire government apparatus in America runs on greasy hands. So Trump thought he could buy off the congress and get the result he so desperately wanted.

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When Trump is finally dragged out of the White House, he should immediately be sent to Guantanamo Bay and be incarcerated there for the rest of his life - without his lawyers and his money. And especially without internet access. He is extremely dangerous.

If they are too gutless to do that, Biden should place a bounty on Trump's head.



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Re: Riiiight. Just like Hillary went to prison new [Re: Tomu Breidah]
#389512 - 01/11/21 06:25 AM


> > > Why exactly would he go to prison? What laws say that if someone does _____ the
> > > penalty is "prison"?
> >
> > He’s guilty of sedition now – he’s incited/encouraged attacks on the government.
>
> Quotes please that show this. Be sure to separate the quotes of Trump and the ones
> taken out of context by the very media/establishment that so despises him.

imagine still defending trump after what happened lmao



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Re: Riiiight. Just like Hillary went to prison new [Re: Rotwang]
#389516 - 01/11/21 09:07 AM


> imagine still defending trump after what happened lmao


Trump posted on Twitter something along the lines of

Election results fraudulent
Go home in peace, we love you


Yet, Twitter banned him, FB locked him out until after the 20th (unless that's changed).

Whether it was Antifa infiltrators, the DC police removing the barricades to let them "do their worst", or just bad actors/rotten apples in the bunch that got carried away... No politicians were harmed in the events. Some might've gotten scared.

One of the objections during the "ritual" of declaring the electoral college results was for (I don't recall which state) didn't have whatever signatures from Senators, or some kind of bureaucratic technicality because of "in light of the events of today - (those senators) have declined to sign...."

I'm not sure what Trump's apparent beef with Mike Pence is. Like, did he expect him to take over and do away with the practices/procedures of the Electoral College vote count? Or was Trump not aware of what Pence was able or not able to do?


As for the protest. The media looks VERY hypocritical in their condemnation. The BLM protests/riots caused multiple millions of dollars of damage and lasted for months! The Capitol Hill protest where they entered the building lasted mere hours. And entering a government building earns you a trip to jail/preezon? What about the protestors that stormed the Judge Cavanaugh confirmation? How many of those people were sent to preezon? Ah yes. Absolutely 0.

Another example of hypocrisy... Twitter allowed the hastag of Hang Mike Pence to trend... More bad actors allowed to make the rest of us look bad.



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Re: Riiiight. Just like Hillary went to prison new [Re: Tomu Breidah]
#389518 - 01/11/21 10:30 AM


Here’s a partial transcript of what he said at the rally on 4 Jan: https://news.yahoo.com/trump-well-fight-hell-keep-034002888.html

Let’s look at some of the more irresponsible parts.


Quote:


If the liberal Democrats take the Senate and the White House-- and they're not taking this White House. We're going to fight like hell, I'll tell you right now.



Incitement to violence.


Quote:


And I hope Mike Pence comes through for us. I have to tell you. I hope that our great vice president-- our great vice president comes through for us. He's a great guy. Of course, if he doesn't come through, I won't like him quite as much.



Either he doesn’t understand US law, or he’s being disingenuous. Pence’s role in announcing the president-elect is ceremonial, and he’s bound to follow process. Trump was trying to pressure him to undermine democracy.

He also went on to say:

Quote:


Something’s wrong here. Something’s really wrong. Can’t have happened. And we fight. We fight like Hell and if you don’t fight like Hell, you’re not going to have a country anymore.



So we’re going to, we’re going to walk down Pennsylvania Avenue, I love Pennsylvania Avenue, and we’re going to the Capitol and we’re going to try and give The Democrats are hopeless. They’re never voting for anything, not even one vote. But we’re going to try and give our Republicans, the weak ones, because the strong ones don’t need any of our help, we’re going to try and give them the kind of pride and boldness that they need to take back our country.



Telling people to stop the Democrat electors from casting their votes.



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#389520 - 01/11/21 11:35 AM


> Here’s a partial transcript of what he said at the rally on 4 Jan:
> https://news.yahoo.com/trump-well-fight-hell-keep-034002888.html
>
> Let’s look at some of the more irresponsible parts.
>
> If the liberal Democrats take the Senate and the White House-- and they're not taking
> this White House. We're going to fight like hell, I'll tell you right now.
> Incitement to violence.
>
> And I hope Mike Pence comes through for us. I have to tell you. I hope that our great
> vice president-- our great vice president comes through for us. He's a great guy. Of
> course, if he doesn't come through, I won't like him quite as much.


> Either he doesn’t understand US law, or he’s being disingenuous. Pence’s role in
> announcing the president-elect is ceremonial, and he’s bound to follow process. Trump
> was trying to pressure him to undermine democracy.

While I agree, one should understand why he'd do this when he and millions of other Americans believe democracy had already been undermined with an unbelievable amount of votes going to JB and fraud looking to be extremely likely. Just look at the turn-out to either candidates rallies. And yet JB still won?



>
> He also went on to say:
> Something’s wrong here. Something’s really wrong. Can’t have happened. And we fight.
> We fight like Hell and if you don’t fight like Hell, you’re not going to have a
> country anymore.
>
> …
>
> So we’re going to, we’re going to walk down Pennsylvania Avenue, I love Pennsylvania
> Avenue, and we’re going to the Capitol and we’re going to try and give The Democrats
> are hopeless. They’re never voting for anything, not even one vote. But we’re going
> to try and give our Republicans, the weak ones, because the strong ones don’t need
> any of our help, we’re going to try and give them the kind of pride and boldness that
> they need to take back our country.
> Telling people to stop the Democrat electors from casting their votes.


It might be a matter of opinion, but realistically... Does anyone actually believe when he uses the term 'fight' that he doesn't mean in a legal sense? Is it reasonable/rational that he'd deliberately put citizens in potential harm via a literal and armed uprising? If Trump was intending a literal use of force - what's to stop him from using the US Armed forces to achieve such a goal (e.g. being the Commander-in-Chief)? That'd seem way more efficient and way less dangerous for citizens/the general public.

Perhaps that's what up with the panicky mode the Dems seems to be in to try to get Trump impeached... Fear of Trump using the Insurrection Act and declaring martial law (since it's obvious to anyone that they meddled with votes and they know they're screwed). If everything was actually on the up&up then what are they so worried about?



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> While I agree, one should understand why he'd do this when he and millions of other
> Americans believe democracy had already been undermined with an unbelievable amount
> of votes going to JB and fraud looking to be extremely likely. Just look at the
> turn-out to either candidates rallies. And yet JB still won?

What do rallies have to do with anything? I never go to rallies, I always vote. Biden had been telling people for months, “stay at home, vote by mail," why are you so shocked that his supporters did that?

Trump and his lawyers has not been able to present a single piece of evidence of this supposed widespread vote fraud. The case he tried taking to Texas was particularly bizarre. It amounted to, “There must be fraud because I lost, the fraud was done so well it’s undetectable, therefore I want the election result to be completely ignored.”

If the fraud is so obvious, where’s the evidence?

> It might be a matter of opinion, but realistically... Does anyone actually believe
> when he uses the term 'fight' that he doesn't mean in a legal sense? Is it
> reasonable/rational that he'd deliberately put citizens in potential harm via a
> literal and armed uprising? If Trump was intending a literal use of force - what's to
> stop him from using the US Armed forces to achieve such a goal (e.g. being the
> Commander-in-Chief)? That'd seem way more efficient and way less dangerous for
> citizens/the general public.

He can declare war on another nation. He can’t call on the armed forces to attack US citizens without invoking the insurrection act or declaring martial law. He can’t do that unless there’s actually a widespread uprising that warrants it, i.e. not just isolated incidents you can contain by calling in the national guard. He definitely can’t call on the armed forces to interfere with congress.

As for whether he meant it literally or not, consider a “fire in a theatre” example. Suppose that, for a joke, I hold up a cigarette lighter in a theatre, light it, point at it with my other hand and yell, “Fire!” Now if everyone realises it’s a joke, groans, and keeps watching the show, I’m not going to be prosecuted for anything. However, if people stampede for the exit, someone trips, gets trampled, and dies, I’ll be facing charges of manslaughter. I may not have literally meant, “The theatre is on fire,” but I should have realised that it’s likely enough to be interpreted that way.

The same is true for Trump in this case. He should know about the QAnon conspiracy, the “stormers”, etc. It’s reasonable to expect that at least some of them are going to interpret what he said literally, as incitement to prevent Democrat electors from having their votes counted.

> Perhaps that's what up with the panicky mode the Dems seems to be in to try to get
> Trump impeached... Fear of Trump using the Insurrection Act and declaring martial law
> (since it's obvious to anyone that they meddled with votes and they know they're
> screwed). If everything was actually on the up&up then what are they so worried
> about?

You keep saying it’s obvious that they meddled with votes, but the only thing you present as supporting evidence is that Trump lost. His approval ratings had been falling all year. Pre-election polls predicted an even more decisive win for Biden. If anything, Trump did surprisingly well in the election.

Have you considered that Trump might have been trying to incite widespread violence so he has grounds to invoke the insurrection act and delay the handover? A last-ditch effort to use any dirty trick to stay in the white house.



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#389529 - 01/11/21 04:08 PM


Downplay it all you want, your team committed a terrorist act and you will forever have to live with the stink of it on your skin. And for what? A drug addicted mail order steak salesman? Hope it was worth it lol



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#389530 - 01/11/21 04:51 PM


> While I agree, one should understand why he'd do this when he and millions of other
> Americans believe democracy had already been undermined with an unbelievable amount
> of votes going to JB and fraud looking to be extremely likely. Just look at the
> turn-out to either candidates rallies. And yet JB still won?

The really cool thing about voting in this country is that it's private - no attendance at COVID superspreader rallies is required, and for many of us, you don't even have to leave the house.

Biden's popularity may be "unbelievable" for you, and for the other millions who believed "Mexico will pay for the wall" before they believed "the only way we're going to lose this election is if the election is rigged", but if there was any proof of widespread fraud, Rudy and Sidney and Jenna would surely have shown it to us by now, yes?

> It might be a matter of opinion, but realistically... Does anyone actually believe
> when he uses the term 'fight' that he doesn't mean in a legal sense? Is it
> reasonable/rational that he'd deliberately put citizens in potential harm via a
> literal and armed uprising?

That is, of course, exactly what he did on the morning of the 6th - pointing down Pennsylvania Avenue and saying "And after this, we're going to walk down there, and I'll be there with you, we're going to walk down to the Capitol". His last lie, perhaps, to his flock.

> If everything was actually on the up&up then what are they so worried about?

They were worried about exactly what happened: violence directed at the building containing, at that moment, the next three people in line for the presidency, and almost all of the entire legislative branch. And, they were worried that in the event of violence, the Capitol's main backup police force was under the command of the DOD's recently installed Trump sycophants; it took a slightly-out-of-chain approval from the Secretary of the Army, hours after requested, to even begin to mobilize the DC National Guard.


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