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NYT gives a nice timeline of the Capitol Insurrection using tons of footage, some of which you probably haven't seen before:

Seeing how the GOP is blocking investigations into the insurrection, this may be the best look the general public gets.



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I love this new grift by the former president. One thing you have to give it to Trump is his ability to milk his base. Now he is filing lawsuits against Twitter, Facebook and Google that they are state actors so that he can sue them on first amendment rights. Of course he has setup a donation to fund this adventure within the courts which I might add he still has a huge treasure chest of cash already. Every day I think, I should get into politics if its this easy to separate people from their cash.



So, what is the potential of Ivanka Trump rolling on her dad if she is facing some serious jail time for tax evasion. I can see Weis taking the fall for Trump because he is old and maybe he feels ok taking the fall but Ivanka is young with children and going to jail for a length of time probably is something she is definitely not in favor of. I can really see her rolling on her dad if she if there was an offer on the table. Now does that mean that Trump will serve any time, well that is something totally different but you have to say the drama never stops with this guy. I cannot wait until the made for TV movie comes out. I know someone has to be making either a TV show or movie. With all the books and material, I can see full mini series which we have not had in a while.



Machiavellian said:

So, what is the potential of Ivanka Trump rolling on her dad if she is facing some serious jail time for tax evasion. I can see Weis taking the fall for Trump because he is old and maybe he feels ok taking the fall but Ivanka is young with children and going to jail for a length of time probably is something she is definitely not in favor of. I can really see her rolling on her dad if she if there was an offer on the table. Now does that mean that Trump will serve any time, well that is something totally different but you have to say the drama never stops with this guy. I cannot wait until the made for TV movie comes out. I know someone has to be making either a TV show or movie. With all the books and material, I can see full mini series which we have not had in a while.

I haven't heard as much about how bad the outlook is for the Trump kids, but if there's a real chance of her facing jail time I wouldn't be surprised if she did flip. That said I'm sure she would do the bare minimum to satisfy prosecutors and incriminate her father as little as possible; kinda play both sides. Whether he's convicted of anything I would be surprised if Donald actually serves any jail time. What has me more curious right now is the talk I've heard around the Trump Organization. If these fraud allegations cause his lenders to call all his loans, can the organization even survive or does the business empire fall?



Machiavellian said:

I love this new grift by the former president. One thing you have to give it to Trump is his ability to milk his base. Now he is filing lawsuits against Twitter, Facebook and Google that they are state actors so that he can sue them on first amendment rights. Of course he has setup a donation to fund this adventure within the courts which I might add he still has a huge treasure chest of cash already. Every day I think, I should get into politics if its this easy to separate people from their cash.

Got any links to support this claim? It's delightfully absurd and I absolutely believe it to be true, but this sort of claim needs to be backed up. 



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Runa216 said:
Machiavellian said:

I love this new grift by the former president. One thing you have to give it to Trump is his ability to milk his base. Now he is filing lawsuits against Twitter, Facebook and Google that they are state actors so that he can sue them on first amendment rights. Of course he has setup a donation to fund this adventure within the courts which I might add he still has a huge treasure chest of cash already. Every day I think, I should get into politics if its this easy to separate people from their cash.

Got any links to support this claim? It's delightfully absurd and I absolutely believe it to be true, but this sort of claim needs to be backed up. 

Which claim are you looking for, Trump stating he is filing a lawsuit in NJ against Social Media companies or the donations part.  The first one is easy to find since it's all over the news, the second part is based on going to his donation site and seeing the grift first hand.  Both are in combination to his last grift where the majority of the donations goes to his PAC while very little goes to his legal fund.



Republican Senator caught on tape talking about how they will never cooperate with the Dems on almost any bill going forward in an attempt to seed chaos until 2022, when they feel confident in taking back the Senate and ending the Dem cycle 

Of Course Joe Manchin thinks it's all good :/

Any illusion that the Reps care for the country is now out the window 



Nina Turner is killing it in the Ohio polls, the Est Dems are panicking, Est Dem big money and big ads are being thrown at her to bring her down, the Dems are really trying every trick to make sure her socialist agenda to help people never sees the light of day

It's incredible to watch Dems trying to bring down a truly popular Dem so they can maintain the status quo leaving so many struggling people worse off :/      

With this lack of vision the mid terms will go to the Reps



GOP lawmakers in Montana and Alabama pass laws outlawing discrimination against anti-vaxxers, others following suit.

Alabama, the state that nearly elected a pedophile Congressman (!) not too long ago now wants to do everything in their power to keep the fucking virus alive and rampant. And unsurprisingly, other red states are following suit. Their hypocrisy and Tomfoolery knows no bounds. God bless the Colorado baker for refusing to bake a wedding cake for a gay couple, but God forbid we let businesses protect their workforce and customers!

If the stupid people making stupid decisions only affected the stupid people, I'd say let 'em knock themselves out (which they literally are), but that's just not the case. I'm trying, but I'm finding it REALLY hard to feel bad for these idiots.



KManX89 said:

GOP lawmakers in Montana and Alabama pass laws outlawing discrimination against anti-vaxxers, others following suit.

Alabama, the state that nearly elected a pedophile Congressman (!) not too long ago now wants to do everything in their power to keep the fucking virus alive and rampant. And unsurprisingly, other red states are following suit. Their hypocrisy and Tomfoolery knows no bounds. God bless the Colorado baker for refusing to bake a wedding cake for a gay couple, but God forbid we let businesses protect their workforce and customers!

If the stupid people making stupid decisions only affected the stupid people, I'd say let 'em knock themselves out (which they literally are), but that's just not the case. I'm trying, but I'm finding it REALLY hard to feel bad for these idiots.

Hmm, very interesting.  This is going to be a lot of trouble if someone contracts CORVID within a business, University or Hospital after this law and dies.  I can see the lawyers now preparing for the in rush of people who will be looking to litigate.  I also wonder if this law also applies to hospitals and other healthcare facilities.  Can you think of the trauma of one unvaccinated healthcare worker taking out a floor.  Oh yeah, things are about to get very interesting.  They better tack on a law that you cannot sue as well because they are opening up a can of whoopass.