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Mon Dec 28, 2020, 09:55 PM

Trump's Every Tweet is an Admission of his Incompetence. Plus, the Case for Prosecuting Donald Trump



Glenn Kirschner

In recent days, Trump has been tweeting about how "the Justice Department and the FBI have done nothing . . . and should be ashamed", "the courts are bad", " the Supreme Court has been totally incompetent", and the like. Trump seems not to understand that his every criticism of the federal government is a direct admission that he has failed as a president, given that the federal agencies and the courts are a product of people he appointed. Trump excels at the Art of the Self-Own.

Also, If we decline to prosecute Donald Trump for his many crimes, he will endlessly prattle on about his that represents a complete exoneration and vindication, proof-positive that he did not thing wrong. Declining to prosecute Trump will serve as the equivalent of endorsing his 2024 presidential candidacy.



Don't forget the States' cases too.

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Reply Trump's Every Tweet is an Admission of his Incompetence. Plus, the Case for Prosecuting Donald Trump (Original post)
Lock him up. Dec 2020 OP
Cha Dec 2020 #1
Lock him up. Dec 2020 #2
Cha Dec 2020 #3

Response to Lock him up. (Original post)

Mon Dec 28, 2020, 10:53 PM

1. KICK!

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Response to Cha (Reply #1)

Tue Dec 29, 2020, 12:47 AM

2. I was just watching Laurence Tribe on The Last Word talk about how any preemptive pardons...

given to his crooked family without yet any charges brought against them, that such moves would trigger legitimate questions about "what" particular crimes exactly would they "need" to get pardoned for--pardons without even any official charges "yet" (???): Then "pardoned for what exactly" would become a national question that the DOJ under the Biden/Harris administration could not evade or pretend to ignore (turning the page, look forward--would not satisfy the public and look fishy).

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Response to Lock him up. (Reply #2)

Tue Dec 29, 2020, 01:22 AM

3. Of course! As in.. what have they

done that they need to be "pardoned" for?.. Whet do they know that we don't?!

TY, Lock him up!

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