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    Default The Trump-Trial



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    Default Try to Hold it Together Moan Bradifer:

    Try to Hold it Together Moan Bradifer:


    http://www.pastorlindstedt.com/blog/...moan-bradifer/
    http://www.occidentaldissent.com/202...omment-3569701
    http://christian-identity.net/forum/...2410#post22410
    http://whitenationalist.org/forum/sh...2410#post22410


    Here’s a poseur:

    Can there be an Accidental Dissent if Mattoid ZOGtard Bi-Polar Bradifer Griffin “cycles” into ZOGbot Cunthair Walrus and pisses down its leg and runs for the tall grass or is simply sent back to the Cackle Factory like George III ?

    (I know whereof I speak as both of us has been locked up in a NutHouse, me for not accepting a pub[l]ic pretender you because Father knows Best. NutHouse ‘living’ is no grate fun.)

    What will happen to the Cult of Branch Covidiamism (as opposed to liking the Dylann Storm Coof removing elderly sick niggers as a very good good thing because the fewer niggers running wild and free range in the ZOGland the better) or the ZOGtarded claim that ZOGing whigger MAGA-TrumpTards were not disenfranchised by Dirtriot, Philthydelphia, Milwaukee & [Tw]Attlanta She-Boons stuffing Chinkina voting machines to Steal the [S]Election if there is no more Accidental Dipshit run by Bi-Polar Bradifer / Cunthair Walrus? Where else can we get our fix of Twats from Twits & Toxic Internet Gorp mixed in with Neo-Southron Fried Shitheadedness? Where else (except everywhere in Whigger Nutsionalism 2.0+) can we sidestep the question cooncerning what a ZOG Suckcessor State will do with all them damn niggers & jews?

    The best thing which could happen is Neo-Trumpism without the ZOG-Emperor, having him becum-cum removed by jewfected Dem[on]ocrats & jewdayo-whiggeroid Republicucks because then The Dying ZOG will becum-cum de-jewnited in this Second Civil War.

    Try to hold on and stay sane (well relatively) Moan Bradifer. During the Second Tryal of the ZOG-Emperor is NOT the time to cycle. Take your meds, eat healthy, stay hydrated & warm, take care of the kids . . . DON’T CYCLE . . . because there can be no Accidental Dipshit without Bi-Polar Bradifer Griffin going all Cunthair Walrus and back again any more than you can have a Roseanne Talmudvision Shoah without Roseanne Barr, the messed up psycho half-kikess.

    That said, when you going to open up a Trump Impeachment Live Thread?

    Hail Victory !!!


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    Default Ooooops, I Did It Agin !!!

    Ooooops, I Did It Agin !!!


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    http://christian-identity.net/forum/...2406#post22406
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    First Day Of My Second Impeachment Trial . . . And I feel like Singing since I'm not drinking . . .

    I think I'm gonna sing a song 4 Muh Faithfool MAGA-Trump-tards:

    Ooooops, I Did It Agin !!! (Got Meself Impeached (yet again 4 a New Record) by Nancy's Congress-Criminal Friends)

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    Default 4D Chess: Trump Destroys Incriminating Impeachment Evidence By Getting Himself Banned From Twitter

    4D Chess: Trump Destroys Incriminating Impeachment Evidence By Getting Himself Banned From Twitter


    https://babylonbee.com/news/genius-t...hment-evidence
    http://christian-identity.net/forum/...2407#post22407
    http://whitenationalist.org/forum/sh...2407#post22407


    WASHINGTON, D.C.—According to sources on Capitol Hill, Democrats were backpedaling just minutes into the unprecedented second impeachment trial of former President Trump, appearing to have played right into his hands again.

    When Jamie Raskin (D-MD) whipped out his phone on live television to present “smoking gun” evidence the former president had incited rioting, a coup, martial law, a department of white supremacy, and destruction of all democracy, only two words escaped the shocked Democrat’s lips: “Account...suspended?”

    “Got ‘em! Where’s your evidence now, losers?” The former president was quoted as saying, while fist-bumping members of his fifth or sixth crack legal team. “They never saw it coming. They never do. Sad. Hand me my sand wedge.”

    According to sources, an infuriated Senator Schumer dialed Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey’s personal number to demand to know how he had allowed them to fall for Trump’s shrewd tactics again. However, Mr. Dorsey could not be reached; he was busy fielding phone calls from numerous other Democratic lawmakers wanting to know the same thing.

    This political maneuver by former President Trump demonstrated the foresight that defined his objective dominance as President the past four years. Remarking on the devastating blow to the Democrats attempting to convict him, Mr. Trump said, “I’m quite prescient, perhaps the prescient-est, maybe ever.”

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    Default Day 2 -- The ZOG-Emperor Trump vs. The ZOG Dem[on]ocrats

    Day 2 -- The ZOG-Emperor Trump vs. The ZOG Dem[on]ocrats

    Unruly Rioting ZOGling Whigger MAGA-Trumptards Made ZOGling Congress-Criminals BeShat Theysselfs



    http://christian-identity.net/forum/...2414#post22414
    http://whitenationalist.org/forum/sh...2414#post22414


    I have an inappropriate-to-ZOG sense of humor so I had to laugh at the House Impeachment Managers and theys' Tails of Woe. It had some rat-faced semi-bald kike running the circus, then some tiresome old whiggress skank of the sort you would see on a city council or skrule bored who has long since bit off the nuts of her meercat whigger husband, and some typpycull ZOGling nigger hustler pretending -- like all Amurrikwan niggers running a CONstipational scam -- to where the Founding Felons instead of owning herds of slaving niggers worth three-fifth of a Scots-Irish backwoods peckerwood foresaw when theys white-trash decendants would provide everthing a ZOGling nigger holds dear -- grape drink, Kool cigarettes, weed, Kay EFF Cee, and best of all some fat gorda whiggress pussy from whence to breed a litter of screetching baby hi-yaller shitskin monkeys.

    But what I stared at the longest was some shaved apess from Amurikwan Samoa who literally looked like she cum from the Planet of the [R]Apes. Dressed in a deep blue dress I could not help but stare at her as in cultured-nigger tones she told many a tail of woe about how the Congress-Criminals along with Judas Pence were in fear of theys' lifes when the unwashed cattle of ZOGling whigger ass-clowns broke into the Shitadel of Dem[on]ocracy looking to have sum strange fruit hung from an impromptu one-noose gallows. Speaking of which . . .



    https://twitter.com/PastorLindstedt/status/1359718452357906435





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    Default ZOG-Emperor Trump Acquitted of Inciting Insurrection Amongst ZOGtards, Even as Bipartisan Majority Senaturds Votes ‘Guilty’

    ZOG-Emperor Trump Acquitted of Inciting Insurrection Amongst ZOGtards, Even as Bipartisan Majority Senaturds Votes ‘Guilty’

    The verdict was unlikely to be the final word for former President Donald J. Trump, his badly divided party or the festering wounds the Jan. 6 riot that prompted the impeachment left behind

    Maybe the Third Time Will Be A Charm


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    https://www.nytimes.com/2021/02/13/u...peachment.html
    http://christian-identity.net/forum/...2421#post22421
    http://whitenationalist.org/forum/sh...2421#post22421


    WASHINGTON — A Senate still bruised from the most violent attack on the Capitol in two centuries acquitted former President Donald J. Trump on Saturday in his second impeachment trial, as all but a few Republicans locked arms to reject a case that he incited the Jan. 6 rampage in a last-ditch attempt to cling to power.

    Under the watch of National Guard troops still patrolling the historic building, a bipartisan majority cast votes to find Mr. Trump guilty of the House’s single charge of “incitement of insurrection.” They included seven Republicans, more members of a president’s party than have ever returned an adverse verdict in an impeachment trial.

    But with most of Mr. Trump’s party coalescing around him, the 57-to-43 tally fell 10 votes short of the two-thirds majority needed to convict, and allow the Senate to move to disqualify him from holding future office.

    Among the Republicans breaking ranks to find guilty the man who led their party for four tumultuous years, demanding absolute loyalty, were Senators Richard Burr of North Carolina, Bill Cassidy of Louisiana, Susan Collins of Maine, Lisa Murkowski of Alaska, Mitt Romney of Utah, Ben Sasse of Nebraska and Patrick J. Toomey of Pennsylvania.

    The verdict brought an abrupt end to the fourth presidential impeachment trial in American history, and the only one in which the accused had left office before being tried. But it was unlikely to be the final word for Mr. Trump, his badly divided party or the sprawling criminal and congressional investigations into the assault.

    It left behind festering wounds in Washington and around the country after a 39-day stretch unlike any in the nation’s history — encompassing a deadly riot at the Capitol, an impeachment of one president, the inauguration of another and a brief but rancorous trial in the Senate.

    It took only five days to reach a verdict, partly because Democrats and Republicans were united in their desire to avoid a prolonged proceeding and partly because Mr. Trump’s allies made clear before it even began that they were not prepared to hold him responsible. Most of the jury of senators had themselves witnessed the events that gave rise to the charge, having fled for their own lives, along with the vice president, as the mob closed in last month while they met to formalize President Biden’s victory.

    Party leaders and even the president’s most loyal supporters in the Senate did not defend his actions — a monthslong campaign, seeded with election lies, to overturn his decisive loss to Mr. Biden that culminated when Mr. Trump told thousands of his supporters to “fight like hell” and they did. Instead, in the face of a meticulous case brought by nine House prosecutors, they found safe harbor in technical arguments that the trial itself was not valid because Mr. Trump was no longer in office.

    But their overriding political calculation was clear. After party leaders briefly entertained using the process to purge Mr. Trump from their ranks, Republicans doubled down on a bet made five years ago: that it was better not to stoke another open confrontation with a man millions of their voters still singularly embrace.

    Senator Mitch McConnell, Republican of Kentucky and the minority leader, embodied the tortured balancing act, denouncing Mr. Trump on Saturday, minutes after voting to acquit him, for a “disgraceful dereliction of duty.” In blistering remarks from the Senate floor, Mr. McConnell, who had openly considered voting to convict Mr. Trump, effectively argued that he was guilty as charged, while arguing that there was nothing the Senate could do about it.

    “There is no question — none — that President Trump is practically and morally responsible for provoking the events of the day,” Mr. McConnell said. “The leader of the free world cannot spend weeks thundering that shadowy forces are stealing our country and then feign surprise when people believe him and do reckless things.”

    But Mr. McConnell, who refused to call the Senate back into session to hold the trial while Mr. Trump was still in office, argued that he could not be convicted once he no longer was. Mr. McConnell said the only way to punish him now was through the criminal justice system. Mr. Trump, he said, “didn’t get away with anything yet.”

    Minutes after the verdict, Mr. Trump, barred from Twitter, broke an uncharacteristic silence he had maintained during the trial with a defiant statement issued from his post-presidential home in Florida, calling the proceeding “yet another phase of the greatest witch hunt in the history of our country.”

    He expressed no remorse for his actions, and strongly suggested that he planned to continue to be a force in politics for a long time to come.

    “In the months ahead, I have much to share with you, and I look forward to continuing our incredible journey together to achieve American greatness for all of our people,” Mr. Trump said.

    The “not guilty” verdict left him free to run for office again, but it remained unclear whether he could recover after he became the first president to seriously threaten the peaceful transfer of power. Public polling suggests Republicans have pulled their support in droves since the events of last month, but an acquittal is likely to empower Mr. Trump with the party’s activist base and further stoke the party’s gaping divisions.

    Democrats, for their part, condemned the verdict but intended to quickly turn Washington’s focus to the new president’s ambitious legislative agenda and the coronavirus pandemic passing grim new milestones each day. The outcome promised to leave Mr. Biden, who took office pledging to “end this uncivil war,” with the monumental task of moving the nation past one of its most violent and turbulent chapters since the 19th century.

    In a statement late Saturday night, Mr. Biden acknowledged the challenges, saying: “This sad chapter in our history has reminded us that democracy is fragile. That it must always be defended. That we must be ever vigilant.” He pointed to the vote tally to suggest that “while the final vote did not lead to a conviction, the substance of the charge is not in dispute.”

    But that did not mean party leaders were willing to forgo a potential political advantage. Speaker Nancy Pelosi quickly batted down the idea of a bipartisan censure resolution, saying it would let “cowardly senators” off the hook and constitute “a slap in the face of the Constitution.”

    “Five years ago, Republican senators lamented what might become of their party if Donald Trump became their presidential nominee and standard-bearer,” Senator Chuck Schumer, Democrat of New York and the minority leader, said moments after the vote. “Just look at what has happened. Look at what Republicans have been forced to defend. Look at what Republicans have chosen to forgive.”

    In a Capitol still ringed by fencing and barbed wire, the presiding officer, Senator Patrick J. Leahy of Vermont, set the question before senators shortly before 4 p.m.:“Senators, how say you? Is the respondent, Donald John Trump, guilty or not guilty?”

    Seated at mahogany desks defiled just weeks before by insurrectionists in search of material they could use to stop Mr. Biden’s victory, senators wearing masks to guard against spreading the coronavirus rose in alphabetical order to cast their votes.

    “It is, therefore, ordered and adjudged that the said Donald John Trump be, and he is, hereby acquitted of the charge in said article,” Mr. Leahy declared.

    The vote came hours after the trial briefly dissolved into chaos when House prosecutors made, then dropped, a surprise demand for witnesses who could reveal what the former president was doing as the assault unfolded. Instead, the two legal teams agreed to admit as evidence a written statement by a Republican congresswoman who has said she was told that the former president sided with the mob as rioters were attacking the Capitol.

    With the outcome a foregone conclusion, the trial itself became an illuminating and cathartic act for history, clarifying the scope of the violence that occurred.

    It could scarcely have been more different than Mr. Trump’s first trial a year ago. Then, the House tried to make its case around an esoteric plot to pressure Ukraine to smear Mr. Biden, and it failed largely on party lines.

    But over five days this week, the House managers put forward in harrowing detail an account of a horror that had played out in plain sight. Using graphic video and sophisticated visual aids, they made clearer than ever before how close the armed mob had come to a dangerous confrontation with Vice President Mike Pence and the members of the House and the Senate.

    All of it, the prosecutors argued, was the doing of Mr. Trump, who spread lies that the election had been “stolen” from him, cultivated outrage among his followers, encouraged violence, tried to pressure state election officials to overturn democratically decided results and finally assembled and unleashed a mob of his supporters — who openly planned a bloody last stand — to “stop the steal.” With no signs he was remorseful, they warned he could ignite a repeat if allowed to seek office again.

    “If that is not ground for conviction, if that is not a high crime and misdemeanor against the Republic and the United States of America, then nothing is,” Representative Jamie Raskin, Democrat of Maryland and the lead manager, said as he summed up his case. “President Trump must be convicted, for the safety and democracy of our people.”

    After stumbling out of the gate earlier in the week with meandering presentations, Mr. Trump’s legal team delivered the president a highly combative and exceedingly brief defense on Friday. Calling the House’s charge a “preposterous and monstrous lie,” they insisted over just three hours that the former president was a “law and order”-loving leader who never meant for his followers to take the words “fight like hell” literally, and could not have foreseen the violence that followed.

    “They were not trying a case,” Michael T. van der Veen, a member of the hastily assembled legal team, said of Democrats in his own closing remarks. “They were telling a political tale, a fable, and a patently false one at that.”

    They also offered more technical arguments aimed at giving Republicans refuge for acquittal, arguing that it was not constitutional for the Senate to try a former president and that Mr. Trump’s election lies and bellicose words to his supporters could not be deemed incitement because the First Amendment protected his right to speak freely.

    The seven Republicans who rejected those arguments in favor of conviction were an ideologically diverse group at various stages of their political careers. Mr. Burr and Mr. Toomey plan to retire next year. Mr. Cassidy, Ms. Collins and Mr. Sasse were just re-elected, and Mr. Romney and Ms. Murkowski are among Mr. Trump’s most durable Republican critics.

    They appeared to draw strength from one another. Shortly before the vote, Mr. Cassidy walked a note to Mr. Burr. It read, “I am a yes,” he said later. Mr. Burr nodded back at him.

    Ms. Murkowski, who faces re-election next year in a state Mr. Trump won twice, said afterward she would not let her vote be “devalued by whether or not I feel that this is helpful for my political ambitions.”

    “This is not about me,” she told reporters. “This is really about what we stand for, and if I can’t say what I believe, what our president should stand for, then why should I ask Alaskans to stand with me?”

    After the attack and Republicans’ loss of the Senate, there had been a brief window in which it seemed as if the outcome might be different. Mr. McConnell privately told advisers that an impeachment conviction might be the only way to purge Mr. Trump from the party after four tumultuous years, and his openness to finding him guilty held out the possibility that a coalition of Republicans might follow his lead.

    But by the time the proceeding began, with Mr. Biden already in office, the party’s rank and file in Congress had made clear that Mr. Trump still had far too strong a pull among their voters to engage in a head-on fight. As the former president threatened to back primary challengers to the House Republicans who voted to impeach him, state parties across the country lined up votes to censure them or call for their resignations.





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    Default I am now the Most Acquitted President in History !!!

    I am now the Most Acquitted President in History !!!


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    http://www.occidentaldissent.com/202...omment-3570426
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    Screw you Demmyctwat Losers & Screw You too Gang of Seven RINOs Mittens Romney, Bens Ass, them two Crazoid GOPe C*nts Susan Collins & Loser Murkowski, Pfat Toomey, Dick-Burr, and Hope-a-long Cassidy. A special F-U to Bitch McCuckle, you turtle asshole who I gave you everything you wanted in tax cuts for the Republicuck donors while ignoring muh base. May your Chinky-Chung gook wife beat your turtle ass some more and feed you nothing but rancid dog kimchee ramen. Nasty Nancy was right — you ain’t nothing but a lying douchebag pussy not even worth grabbing. Sad !!!

    “I have been completely and totally cleared of all wrongdoing in this pathetic witchhunt sham impeachment trial doomed to lose from the start. I am now the most acquitted president ever — even more than that pervert Clinton, who never grabbed a single pussy on his own in real life but had to get pigs to procure hisself some pussy who wouldn’t put out except for the fat little kikess intern who sucked your little dick. No president has ever been acquitted more than I have. Want to try best three out of five non-MAGAtard Demmyctwats? Will I get the credit? Probably not, because of the fake news media. I am looking forward to continuing our MAGA movement together for many more acquittals to come!”

    Thank you Moan MAGA-Trump-Tards. Pity Judas Pence’s nigger pig put Ashli Babbit in her grave. We will build back better after my Second Term after 2024 !!!

    The Great & Powerful #45 & #47 !!!

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    Default Americans Call For More Trump Impeachment Trials As Long As It Keeps Congress Occupied

    Americans Call For More Trump Impeachment Trials As Long As It Keeps Congress Occupied



    https://babylonbee.com/news/american...m_source=jeeng
    http://christian-identity.net/forum/...2434#post22434
    http://whitenationalist.org/forum/sh...2434#post22434


    US—Across the nation, millions of Americans have demanded more impeachment trials of former President Donald Trump. They hope that in doing so Congress will come to a complete standstill and stay out of everyone’s lives.

    “Sure it might seem like a huge waste of time and taxpayer dollars — which it definitely is — but it’s way better than what they would be doing without impeachment,” said impeachment activist Derrick Swanson. “We’re just trying to keep the eyes of Congress fixated upon impeaching Trump for as long as possible to buy American’s time to enjoy their lives.”

    Potential high crimes for Trump’s next impeachment trial include Trump infecting millions with Trump Derangement Syndrome, jaywalking, and lying to the American people about his golf scores at his Mar-A-Lago Club. “This time we'll get him! 3rd time's the charm!" said Senator Cory Booker. "Or maybe the 4th or the 18th, but who cares as long as we get him eventually. That’s what really matters!”

    Critics have slammed these impeachment proposals as being silly, partisan, and doomed to fail from the outset, but they changed their minds after remembering that they are also hilarious to watch.

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