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I hope so

He's made good on a lot of threats too, for example shutting down the government in December 2018, sending troops to the border, and yanking our troops out of Syria and leaving the Kurds to be slaughtered by the Turks, and getting "his revenge" following the Impeachment trial in the senate by firing exceptional public servants, and declaring an emergency to build parts of his shitty wall, and blowing up a national monument here in Arizona to build it, and revoking Top Secret clearances from great patriots, and rolling back four decades of environmental protections, and so forth.

But of course I hope he's bluffing about this.

How extremely bizarre

One way that a Trump loyalist like Carlson could criticize Trump without actually criticizing him directly is to passionately argue that he's being poorly served by someone in his inner circle.

The peril in this approach is that Jared is extremely close to Trump; he's not disposable like some other Trump aides and advisors are. So this criticism is likely to infuriate Trump.

What trashy comments by Tucker Carlson across the board.

That trailer parks comment sounds like something Howard Stern would say to mock his MAGA listeners.

You'll LOVE this Twitter account

This is all they do: expose Identity Evropa members!

https://twitter.com/identify_evropa?lang=en


<blockquote class="twitter-tweet"><p lang="en" dir="ltr">The Director of Activism for Identity Evropa/American Identity Movement Justin Wayne Peek giving a Nazi salute. You can read more about him here: <a href="https://t.co/EN9Y7C4eIl">https://t.co/EN9Y7C4eIl</a> <a href="https://t.co/qH7LMxaWDr">https://t.co/qH7LMxaWDr</a></p> IdentifyEvropa (@Identify_Evropa) <a href="https://twitter.com/Identify_Evropa/status/1248336858037121024?ref_src=twsrc%5Etfw">April 9, 2020</a></blockquote> <script async src="https://platform.twitter.com/widgets.js" charset="utf-8"></script>

Hennepin County Coroner: Manner of death: Homicide

https://twitter.com/Bidar411/status/1267572570221539328

Hennepin County Medical Examiner releases autopsy of George Floyd.

Cause of death: Cardiopulmonary arrest complicating law enforcement subdual, restraint and neck compression

Manner of death: Homicide


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@CBSNews 2020 campaign reporter. Keeping an eye on VP Pence and California politics. Previously covered Iowa Caucus and CA primary.

This is why I didn't want to throw the Hennepin County Medical Examiner under the bus until we saw the actual report. The issue is the Complaint. The prosecutor did to the coroner what Barr did the Mueller report IMO.

Just a theory...

I really have no idea, but I was speculating that they might be trying to weaken one of the officers to testify against the others in exchange for lesser charges. They all took the fifth last week, but there might be a weak link in Officer Lane. He's the one that tried to get Chauvin to turn George Floyd on his side, twice, and he checked his pulse at some point. To get a cop to testify against other cops is very difficult, but it could have a tremendous impact.

Now maybe they could do all that after they arrest the officers. I don't think trying to drive a wedge between the cops necessarily has to be done prior to arresting them.

Of course, now they are ex-officers, and that might be relevant.

With Keith Ellison taking over, I don't think it will be long before we see other arrests.

As far as I know, not one of those officers has even given a statement about what happened that day or even filled out a report.

She's my #1 too, for the reasons you set forth.

Absolutely drop-dead brilliant with massive expertise in foreign relations. She can think at the speed of light and defend herself and others against any attack. She cannot be surprised by any question. She never sounds rehearsed. She has a base of knowledge that is superior. She can speak on any subject at a moment's notice.

I've seen DUers say, "Oh, but they'll drag up Benghazi" but my response is, no matter who the nominee is they will fling crap at them, and Susan Rice without a single doubt can defend herself.

Kamala is my #2.

I worry he could still be a danger to others

I would like to know what major stressor, if any, occurred prior to him murdering George Floyd.
Now he's had several more: being arrested for murder; and divorce, and his actions being the cause of nationwide protests including ones that have turned violent.

Two or more major stressors for an individual prone to violence, and his future not looking very bright. To me, that makes him potentially even more dangerous.

I've also been wondering if they are performing toxicology tests on him.

That's what the Hong Kong protesters have been doing, although they rarely

"beat the shit out of them" but they do make their presence felt, unmask and completely humiliate them on camera for all eternity. (I've only seen one provocateur get the shit beat out of him in Hong Kong, but he'll survive). The Hong Kong protesters have got this down to a science. They are so organized and methodical, they really should write a book about protesting.

He tries to mimic what leaders like Cuomo and Biden do...

"I understand the hurt. I understand the pain. People have really been through it."

He depersonalizes it by saying "People" have been through it. Name the people. "The family of George Floyd... the cousins who thought of him as a brother..." He's so detached from everything. Also, what is the "it" people have been through? Name it!

He just doesn't feel the pain of other people, he's never felt it, so he's incapable of even faking it.

I just think he was looking for the sorts of textbook signs/injuries associated with manual

strangulation and asphyxiation, and didn't find a broken hyoid bone or other telltales signs. But it doesn't rule out that he died due to the actions of the officer. The force was on the back of his neck, not the front, which I believe explains the lack of those findings.

The complaint doesn't say he didn't die of suffocation.
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