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Hombre wrote:
Sun Sep 13, 2020 12:46 am
Takeiteasynow wrote:
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Yet there is no doubt about the fact that Trump accomplished more than the Obama-Biden administration in 8 years time.
trump CLAIMS to have done more - because that all he does - take credit for other's work. After all he is known for this ugly trait.
As his act (which I do thank him for) to recognize Jerusalem as Israel's Capital. Back in 1995 Congress had passed that law. (The Jerusalem Embassy Act of 1995). However it was delayed by 6 month by each president.
trump took this step because he promised to the Christian evangelical groups - an important base of supporters - not necessarily his love of Israel or Jewish people.
.. so, when Joe Bidder calls for indirect jihad against America to appease Islam in his stupidity or crookedness we should all appreciate his selfless motive and his love for the country.
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pr126 wrote:
Tue Sep 15, 2020 4:23 am
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thaank God this isn't real but notice how some folks would want it real.

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Centaur wrote:
Mon Sep 14, 2020 10:12 pm
Hombre wrote:
Sun Sep 13, 2020 12:46 am
Takeiteasynow wrote:
Sat Sep 12, 2020 10:43 pm
Yet there is no doubt about the fact that Trump accomplished more than the Obama-Biden administration in 8 years time.
trump CLAIMS to have done more - because that all he does - take credit for other's work. After all he is known for this ugly trait.
As his act (which I do thank him for) to recognize Jerusalem as Israel's Capital. Back in 1995 Congress had passed that law. (The Jerusalem Embassy Act of 1995). However it was delayed by 6 month by each president.
trump took this step because he promised to the Christian evangelical groups - an important base of supporters - not necessarily his love of Israel or Jewish people.
.. so, when Joe Bidder calls for indirect jihad against America to appease Islam in his stupidity or crookedness we should all appreciate his selfless motive and his love for the country.
Oh, Centaur Hombre already told you this doesn't matter--kind of like how he debunked the peace prize by saying Trump's a thief. Funny--Arabs seem to be signing documents--but remember Hombre just needs to say it isn't real--cause you know Trump's dumb and his father, Hombre's father was a good man and Trump's a racist, remember? and Obama never ever treasted Isreal different. Remember? Hombre knows where its at and what it does?

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oh and left is no different from right--and Trump is bad. Never forget that...

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Ariel wrote:
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President Trump sits down with Judge Jeanine in exclusive interview

There are Judges & there are "Judges". I always believed that Judges are the standard bearers of decency, unbiased, impartiality & respect to others.
Watching this old broad bark to the camera with virulent attack on those who don't share here conservative views - all that for money & TV ratings make me puke. She is no Judges - rather "a judge"
Otherwise, She is another one of those talking heads at FoxNews. I must admit though - at time she is very amusing & entertaining to watch her talk.

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pr126 wrote:
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It must be you who nominated him - otherwise I have yet see it from other credible sources.

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BAMBOOLZINO. It can't get any funnier than that. :lotpot: :clap:

2020 elections
Trump ad asks people to support the troops. But it uses a picture of Russian jets.


The Trump Make America Great Again Committee is run by both the Republican National Committee and the campaign.
An ad, made by the Trump Make America Great Again Committee, featuring silhouettes of three soldiers walking as Russian-made fighter jets fly over them.

An ad, made by the Trump Make America Great Again Committee, featuring silhouettes of three soldiers walking as Russian-made fighter jets fly over them.
By DANIEL LIPPMAN and BRYAN BENDER

09/14/2020 08:19 PM EDT

Updated: 09/15/2020 10:55 AM EDT

A digital ad released by a fundraising arm of the Trump campaign on Sept. 11 calling on people to “support our troops” uses a stock photo of Russian-made fighter jets and Russian models dressed as soldiers.

The ad, which was made by the Trump Make America Great Again Committee, features silhouettes of three soldiers walking as a fighter jet flies over them. The ad first appeared on Sept. 8 and ran until Sept. 12.

“That’s definitely a MiG-29,” said Pierre Sprey, who helped design both the F-16 and A-10 planes for the U.S. Air Force. “I’m glad to see it’s supporting our troops.”
https://www.politico.com/news/2020/09/1 ... ets-414883

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Still, Calling for jihad against America is much worse than picking a wrong stock image. :musilmah:
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No one gives a damn thing about Noble peace prize anymore. Like the current UN its just a leftist political tool.Both lost credibility long ago.
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I hope you have noticed how the "left" reacted to Ruth Bader Guinsberg's death. :clap: The call to destroy the united states was vocally insane.

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On our national television (NOS) they are also very upset with the death of Ruth Bader Guinsberg. It is of the world is ending. They spoke over progressive America, how sad it is for them, and that they are very afraid that Trump, without delay, is going to appoint a new conservative judge .
When I listen to them, it is as if Trump has barehanded killed Guinsberg.
I think it would be very wise of Trump to appoint very soon a new conservative judge.
And tell me what is so progressive of BLM and Antifa, or the whole democrate mob.
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Ricin is said to have been sent to White House

WASHINGTON — An envelope addressed to the White House contained a substance that federal investigators identified as the lethal substance ricin, according to a law enforcement official briefed on the inquiry.

It is unclear when the envelope was intercepted before it reached the White House mail room, but investigators believe that it was sent from Canada, according to the official.

Federal investigators are working to track down who sent it and determine whether other envelopes have been sent through the postal system.

Ricin, which is part of the waste produced when castor oil is made, has no known antidote.

The White House could not be immediately reached for comment.

In 2011, four Georgia men were arrested and later sentenced to prison for plotting to spread the toxin simultaneously in five U.S. cities, targeting federal and state officials. That same year, U.S. counterterrorism officials said they were increasingly tracking the possibility that al-Qaida would use ricin in attacks against the United States.

Two years later, a Mississippi man sent letters containing ricin to President Barack Obama and a Republican senator in an attempt to frame a rival. The letters were intercepted at sorting facilities.

In 2014, Shannon Richardson, an actress, was sentenced to 18 years in federal prison for mailing letters laced with ricin in May 2013 to multiple people, including Obama and Michael Bloomberg, the mayor of New York at the time.
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Canadian woman accused of sending ricin letter to President Trump

A Canadian woman was charged Tuesday with sending a ricin-laced letter to President Trump.

Pascale Cecile Veronique Ferrier, 55, a computer programmer from Quebec, appeared in a Buffalo court Tuesday afternoon.

U.S. District Judge Kenneth Schroeder Jr. entered a plea of not guilty on her behalf on charges of making threats against the president of the United States. If convicted, Ms. Ferrier could face up to five years in federal prison.

Ms. Ferrier requested a public defender, saying she could not afford a private lawyer.

Judge Schroeder ordered the defendant remanded to the custody of the U.S. Marshals Service, ahead of a second court appearance next week. Prosecutors argued for detention ahead of the hearing, saying she was charged with a violent crime and is “a serious flight risk.”

“There is probable cause to believe that the defendant knowingly and willfully threatened to take the life of, and to inflict bodily harm, upon the President of the United States,” an FBI special agent wrote in court papers.

Ms. Ferrier was arrested Monday trying to enter the U.S. from Canada at a border crossing in upstate New York.

She is accused of sending a ricin letter to Mr. Trump last week. Tests confirmed the presence of ricin on the letter.

The letter’s sender assailed Mr. Trump as an “ugly tyrant clown” and said if the ricin doesn’t work, they’ll find [a] better recipe for another poison or I might use my gun when I’ll be able to come,” according to court documents.

Prosecutors say at least six additional letters were discovered in Texas with similarities. The letters were mailed to employees at detention facilities in Texas, where, according to court documents, she was incarcerated last year.

Court records revealed that an individual named Pascale Ferrier was charged in March 2019 in Hidalgo County, Texas with using a fake driver’s license. The count was dismissed after she was detained for 20 days.

The letters included the same language and canceled stamps that indicated mailing from Canada. They also contained “a powdery substance,” which could be ricin.

All the letters, including the one addressed to Mr. Trump, were signed “Free Rebel Spirit.”

Investigators were able to pull fingerprints that matched Ms. Ferrier prosecutors said. The letters’ language also mirrored the defendant’s social media posts, including the words “ugly clown tyrant.”

U.S. and Canadian law enforcement worked together on the case.
What we know about Pascale Ferrier – the Canadian suspect accused in Trump-ricin letter case
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Ariel wrote:
Wed Sep 23, 2020 6:36 pm
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A Canadian woman was charged Tuesday with sending a ricin-laced letter to President Trump.

Pascale Cecile Veronique Ferrier, 55, a computer programmer from Quebec, appeared in a Buffalo court Tuesday afternoon.

U.S. District Judge Kenneth Schroeder Jr. entered a plea of not guilty on her behalf on charges of making threats against the president of the United States. If convicted, Ms. Ferrier could face up to five years in federal prison.

Ms. Ferrier requested a public defender, saying she could not afford a private lawyer.

Judge Schroeder ordered the defendant remanded to the custody of the U.S. Marshals Service, ahead of a second court appearance next week. Prosecutors argued for detention ahead of the hearing, saying she was charged with a violent crime and is “a serious flight risk.”

“There is probable cause to believe that the defendant knowingly and willfully threatened to take the life of, and to inflict bodily harm, upon the President of the United States,” an FBI special agent wrote in court papers.

Ms. Ferrier was arrested Monday trying to enter the U.S. from Canada at a border crossing in upstate New York.



definitely a flight risk



What we know about Pascale Ferrier – the Canadian suspect accused in Trump-ricin letter case


Well she has crazy eyes and she clearly did it.

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It is obvious that an unfortunate game of Chinese whispers has taken place here which has led to the wrongful arrest of this poor woman. As glitch cruelly points out with his "crazy eyes" jibe (mocking the afflicted has NO place on this forum!) the poor lady has clearly developed a romantic fixation on the US president, and is probably laboring under the delusion that she is married to him and that Melania has usurped her rightful place as First Lady. In a pathetic, yet somehow touching, attempt to reclaim her "position" at the side of her beloved "Don" (which is probably her pet name for him) she resolved to cook him his "dinner" and send it to him at the White House in envelopes. One envelope contained Chilli Concarne and was eaten by a hungry underpaid operative in the sorting office.
The other reached its destination. On its back was the message: "Dearest husband, here is the other part of your dinner I cooked for you. This envelope has RICE IN it".

Let this poor woman go, for pity's sake! She needs help not a trial for attempted murder. And get some White House mail-checkers who can READ.
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antineoETC wrote:
Thu Sep 24, 2020 8:40 pm
the poor lady has clearly developed a romantic fixation on the US president, and is probably laboring under the delusion that she is married to him and that Melania has usurped her rightful place as First Lady.
Hell has no furies for a woman scorned. :whistling:
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President Donald Trump on Saturday said he is nominating Amy Coney Barrett, a conservative federal appeals court judge, to succeed the late Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg on the US Supreme Court, setting off a fierce partisan battle in the waning days of a hotly contested presidential election.

Calling it a "very proud moment indeed," Trump called Barrett a woman of "towering intellect" and "unyielding loyalty to the Constitution" who would rule "based solely on the fair reading of the law."
Democrat activists attack Trump's Supreme Court pick Amy Coney Barrett, suggesting her kids were ABUSED or KIDNAPPED from Haiti

It appears attacking the political positions and Catholic faith of Supreme Court nominee Amy Coney Barrett isn’t enough for some Democrat activists, who have taken to making wild accusations about her adopted kids instead.

Democratic activist John Lee Brougher, managing director of billionaire Tom Steyer's NextGen America super PAC, said Friday that as an adoptee, he personally needs to “know more” about how Barrett adopted and treated her two children from Haiti. “Transracial adoption is fraught with trauma and potential for harm, and everything I see here is deeply concerning,” he tweeted.

Brougher, who is originally from South Korea, didn't specify what he'd seen about Barrett's parenting that was “deeply concerning.” He went into social media hiding after his disparagement of Barrett drew backlash, blocking public access to his Twitter account.

Also in hiding on Twitter and Facebook was Democrat campaign consultant Dana Houle, who speculated that Barrett and her husband may not have legally adopted their two children from Haiti. “Would it matter if her kids were scooped up by ultra-religious Americans, or Americans weren't scrupulous intermediaries and the kids were taken when there was family in Haiti?” Houle tweeted.

As in the case of Brougher's tweets, there appeared to be no underlying basis for Houle's broadside attack, including the implication that the Barretts stole their children in “sketchy” adoptions. He suggested that the media might hide the information if reporters found that the adoptions were illegal. He also tripped over the Democrat talking point on abortion, which says that Republicans only care about babies before they are born, by tweeting that there are far more couples seeking to adopt than there are children in need of adoption.

Barrett, who also has five biological children, became a target for such attacks as speculation mounted that President Donald Trump would nominate her to replace the late Ruth Bader Ginsburg as a US Supreme Court justice, which he did at the White House on Saturday. She currently serves on the 7th US Circuit Court of Appeals in Chicago.

Brougher was lambasted on Twitter for making “ghoulish” and “absurd” implications, then cowardly hiding his account. Some commenters went to the Twitter account of NextGen America to call for his firing. Another tweeted: “This organization and John Brougher should be prohibited from being within five miles of any young people. Disgusting bunch of bigots.”

Houle fared no better on Twitter, where US Senator Josh Hawley, a Missouri Republican, said, “This is the Dem game plan – nothing but raw bigotry and hate. I promise you, this will not stand.” Other commenters, including journalist Tracy Beanz, suggested that bringing up Haiti might be a bad idea for the Democrats, inasmuch as Bill and Hillary Clinton were accused of mishandling or misappropriating funds donated to aid Haiti's recovery from a devastating 2010 earthquake.
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Donald Trump paid just $750 a year in federal income taxes in 2016 and 2017, the New York Times reported on Sunday, after obtaining tax-return data the US president has refused to release in defiance of decades of presidential tradition.
Trump calls New York Times report that he avoid paying taxes 'totally made up'

President Trump lambasted a New York Times report that said he paid no federal income taxes for 10 of the past 15 years, calling the story “fake news” and arguing that he paid large amounts of federal and state taxes.

“It's fake news, it’s totally made up,” Trump said Sunday during a press briefing less than an hour after the story broke in the newspaper. “Everything was wrong, they are so bad.”

According to the New York Times report, Trump, who has fiercely guarded his tax filings and is the only president in modern times not to make them public, paid $750 in taxes to the federal government the year he was elected and $750 again his first year in office.

The disclosure, which the Times said comes from tax return data extending over two decades, comes at a pivotal moment ahead of the first presidential debate Tuesday and a divisive election.

Trump, whose net worth is claimed to be in the billions, denied that he paid such a small amount in taxes.

“I’ve paid a lot and I’ve paid a lot of state income taxes too,” he said.

Even before being elected to the White House in 2016, Trump was heavily criticized for not releasing his taxes. He has claimed multiple times that he is under a routine audit by the IRS and will release his filings once the audit is over.

“I’m under audit,” Trump said Sunday. “They’re doing an assessment.”

A lawyer for the Trump Organization, Alan Garten, also denied to the New York Times that the president paid such a small amount of taxes – saying in a statement obtained by Fox News that Trump "has paid tens of millions of dollars in personal taxes to the federal government, including paying millions in personal taxes since announcing his candidacy in 2015.”

“The New York Times’ story is riddled with gross inaccuracies. Over the past decade the President has paid tens of millions of dollars in personal taxes to the federal government," Garten said. "While we tried to explain this to the Times, they refused to listen and rejected our repeated request that they show us any of the documentation they purport to be relying on to substantiate their claims."

He added: "Obviously this is just part of the Times’ ongoing smear campaign in the run up to the election.”

The New York Times did not release the copies of Trump’s tax filings they had received, saying they were protecting sources.
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