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Name: Miles Archer
Gender: Male
Hometown: Hamilton Massachusetts
Home country: USA
Current location: Nevada
Member since: Wed Oct 16, 2013, 06:49 PM
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Steve Schmidt takes a moment to "dialogue" with Don Jr.


Donald Trump Jr.

The sanctimonious sickos at @ProjectLincoln love to lecture about "morality," but if they actually cared about that & not just grifting $$$, then @gtconway3d @TheRickWilson @SteveSchmidtSES @reedgalen would have stopped their predator pedophile partner, instead of protecting him!

Steve Schmidt

.@DonaldJTrumpJr Hey Uday, I’d like to take a moment and “dialogue” with you. @ProjectLincoln condemns John Weaver unequivocally. I condemn his disgusting, immoral, predatory conduct. As the father of a 14 year old boy I hope law enforcement will examine his interactions With the boy he was in communication with. I am incandescent with rage at his betrayal and conduct and pray for every person he has hurt and damaged with his lying and predations. Let’s be honest though, his conduct would get him promoted in your organization. Your Father is a Credibly accused rapist and serial abuser. Your partner @kimguilfoyle is a credibly accused serial sexual harasser. Jason Miller, your fathers top aide is a deadbeat dad @AJDelgado13, who poisoned a pregnant stripper with an abortion pill. Your father had a friendship with Jeffrey Epstein and Ghislane Maxwell. You incited the violence that killed 7 people on January 6th. You are one of the leaders of an authoritarian extremist movement in this country. Your hypocrisy is astounding.

Arkansas Governor Asa Hutchinson "explains" why Republicans are giving Greene a free pass.

Aaron Rupar

ABC: Marjorie Taylor Greene has voiced support for executing Nancy Pelosi. Is she fit to serve?

GOV. ASA HUTCHINSON: I'm not gonna answer that question as to whether she's fit to serve, because she believes in something that everybody else does not accept.


SAD! UNFAIR! Pentagon SUSPENDS Lewandowski and other last-minute Trump picks

"The Pentagon has suspended the processing of a number of former President Donald Trump's last-minute appointees to defense advisory boards as the new administration looks to weed out loyalists to the former president. The move effectively prevents a number of Trump allies, including his 2016 campaign manager Corey Lewandoski and deputy campaign manager David Bossie, from actually serving on panels tasked with providing advice to the defense secretary, at least for the time being," Politico reported Thursday.

"The effort is aimed at scrubbing the members of the advisory boards "'o determine if appointments were politically motivated vice professionally made,' said one of the people. The freeze announced on Wednesday pertains only to appointees who have not yet been sworn in or have completed all the required paperwork, the people said. Several new board members, including Earl Matthews and Anthony Tata, were sworn in on Jan. 19 after pressure from the White House to push through as many appointees as possible before President Joe Biden's inauguration. But others, including Lewandowski and Bossie, were still undergoing a lengthy financial disclosure and security clearance process that normally takes weeks or months, according to the people familiar," Politico explained.


CNN: Jim Jordan won't run for Ohio US Senate seat in 2022

Jim Jordan won't run for Ohio US Senate seat in 2022


(CNN)Rep. Jim Jordan, an Ohio Republican and a fierce defender of former President Donald Trump, won't run for the US Senate next year to fill the seat of the retiring GOP Sen. Rob Portman, according to a spokesperson for his congressional campaign.

Jordan will instead run for reelection for his US House seat, the spokesperson said.

Jordan's decision leaves what is expected to be a very crowded field of GOP candidates for the primary next year without a clear front-runner. Just some of the possible Republican candidates include J.D. Vance, the author of "Hillbilly Elegy," and Josh Mandel, who dropped out of the 2018 GOP primary race to challenge Democratic Sen. Sherrod Brown. Ohio Secretary of State Frank LaRose is also seriously eying a Senate bid, along with at least four other Republican members of Congress: Reps. Steve Stivers, Brad Wenstrup, Mike Turner and Warren Davidson.

While it is early in the race and no one candidate was positioned to consolidate Republican voters, Jordan's high profile as a prominent Trump ally put him among the most visible GOP candidates. Had Jordan decided to run, he could have potentially cleared the GOP field -- or set up an early test of Trump's political standing among GOP voters following the Capitol riots.

Jen Psaki is a fantastic Press Secretary, and I don't say that by comparing her to her predecessors

That part is irrelevant to me, but the comparisons only amplify what I'm seeing and hearing.

In this clip, she responds to a reporter's observation...after one week...that Joe Biden ran on uniting the country but so far seems to be performing "unilaterally."

Aaron Rupar

Psaki: "Part of unifying the country is addressing the problems that the American people are facing."


Art of the Dirty Deal: Now we know SPECIFICALLY why Trump WILL NOT BE convicted by the Senate.

Last week, the Wall Street Journal reported that Trump discussed with aides whether he should start a party for his own voters as an increasing number of Republicans spoke out against the Capitol insurrection.

"The president said he would want to call the new party the 'Patriot Party,' the people said," reported Andrew Restuccia. "Mr. Trump has feuded in recent days with several Republican leaders including Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-KY), who on Tuesday said Mr. Trump deserved blame for provoking the deadly Jan. 6 riot at the Capitol. Polls show Mr. Trump retains strong support among rank-and-file GOP voters."

That is officially off the table, Haberman said after fearful Republicans talked the ex-president out of the idea.

The move wasn't an attempt to separate those who supported Trump and the insurrection from those who didn't. It was an effort to "keep Republicans in line" on defending Trump against impeachment, Haberman said.


Former 1 term 2 impeachment Presidential HARASSMENT! Palm Beach nixes "Trump Int'l Airport."


Former President Donald Trump has long dreamed of having his name attached to one of the United States' most prominent international airports. His suggestion: Trump International.

However, Palm Beach County has confirmed that the former president's dream will not be coming to fruition at its airport.

According to the Sun-Sentinel, the idea of renaming the airport in honor of Trump was recently touted by Christian Ziegler, who serves as a Sarasota County commissioner and the vice-chairman of the Florida Republican Party. However, County Commissioner Melissa McKinlay has made it clear that she does not support the idea.

During a brief discussion with the publication, McKinlay explained why she, along with five other county commissioners, are not in agreement with the prospect of the airport being renamed after the twice-impeached, one-term president.

McConnell may be a snake, but he's a transparent one. I already had this current crap figured out.

In interviews with associates of McConnell, they point out that McConnell has always loathed Trump but saw him as a means to end to stack the courts and advance his own agenda, but after the loss of the two Senate seats in Georgia that were held by Republicans and the storming of the U.S. Capitol, he wants Trump banished from the GOP.

As Mayer reports, "Unnamed associates revealed to reporters on Capitol Hill that McConnell was no longer speaking to Trump, and might vote to convict him if the impeachment process moved to a Senate trial," before adding that Rep. John Yarmuth (D-KY) relayed, "Three years ago, I said he'd wait until Trump was an existential threat to the Party, and then cut him loose. He's been furious with Trump for a long time. Many who know him have talked with him about how much he hates Trump."

As it stands now, McConnell would like to see Trump impeached -- as well as banned from running for office again -- as long as he is not blamed for it.


2022 will require an effort of the magnitude of Stacey Abrams' work in Georgia

I'm hearing the coverage of the NYT story on Trump's attempted DOJ coup, and I'm sorry...I am just not getting any indication that enough Republicans in the Senate are prepared to vote for conviction.

Just as the Senate punted the first impeachment trial to voters (and ultimately lost their Senate majority, and Trump lost the presidency), all of the Senators who were up for sedition and all of the Senators who vote to acquit need a Stacey Abrams-level of voter turnout against them in 2022.

Please leave room to be pleasantly surprised if the Republicans do the right thing. The only reason they will is if McConnell believes it's his best path to regaining the Senate, and he can convince enough of them to go along with it. Otherwise, expect the scorched earth voter scenario in 2022, because it will be the only way to tip the scales of justice.

And on deck in Manhattan District Attorney's Office, Michael Cohen.

I remember the combative, arrogant, Trump-defending Cohen. But the fact of the matter is that he had a hand in everything the Manhattan DA's office is investigating right now. This is the Frank Pentangeli testimony against the Corleone family in 2021. The fact that he's being brought in at a point where the DA's office has steadily and aggressively been building a case against Trump, to me, means that he's going to be there to dot the "I's" and cross the "T's." This is going to be fascinating.

Probes into former President Donald Trump's business dealings are heating up, and the Manhattan District Attorney's Office is looking to conduct new interviews with one of the president's former personal attorneys.

The New York Daily News reports that former Trump lawyer Michael Cohen was interviewed by Manhattan DA Cy Vance's team last week about the president's dealings with Deutsche Bank, which has for decades been the only major investment bank willing to lend him money.

The DA's office also "plans to interview Michael Cohen again as part of his investigation into allegations that former President Donald Trump has committed a range of financial fraud."

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