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During his time at Dalton, Barr is alleged to have had a role in hiring Jeffrey Epstein as a math teacher despite Epstein having dropped out of college and being only 21 years old at the time.[8][9] It has been noted that Epstein's crimes are similar to the plot of Barr's novel Space Relations from 1973.[10]
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5 minutes ago, elfenix said:

Give it another term.  We have another 2 or 3 years before the Trumplicans will be able to completely manufacture evidence and have a handpicked court convict an opposing politician.  We are edging ever closer to that line though.

I could also see the GOP pulling off something similar to what Saudi Arabia did with Khashoggi.

All this is really what the court packing is all about.  It was also why Moscow Mitch stalled out Obama appointees at every turn.  Couple that with the fact that retiring honest agents and bureaucrats are being replaced with crooks, and we have ourselves a recipe for Venezuela too.  We can recover from 4 years.  8 years is nearly a decade.   It will all be over then.

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5 minutes ago, tx 3 putt said:

history will not be kind to this administration 

Maybe the history books they will be using in Europe.  Over here, our books will speak about Dear Leader and his disciples only with reverence.  Have you seen what the North Korean history books say about Kim Il Sung?

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4 hours ago, elfenix said:

Wow maybe we should investigate the investigators? They're clearly on the take.

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4 hours ago, FondrenRoad said:

Maybe the history books they will be using in Europe.  Over here, our books will speak about Dear Leader and his disciples only with reverence.  Have you seen what the North Korean history books say about Kim Il Sung?

Here, our history books are written by educated people.

Educated people do not like Donald Trump.

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3 hours ago, Bookman said:

Here, our history books are written by educated people.

Educated people do not like Donald Trump.

They were written by educated people.  Past tense.  Perhaps you have been missing the ongoing war on education taking place as well?

The GOP is trying to implement a 100 year plan right now so they can maintain power after demographic change. The second 4 years of that plan are really the ones that will get them over the hump.  If Trump serves 2 terms, there won't be a negative blurb about him in a US history book until well after 2100. 

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13 hours ago, FondrenRoad said:

We have another 2 or 3 years before the Trumplicans will be able to completely manufacture evidence

Trump administration leaks like a sieve, they can't keep anything quiet. 

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4 hours ago, FondrenRoad said:

The GOP is trying to implement a 100 year plan right now so they can maintain power after demographic change.

No they aren't.    If they gave a shit about the demographic change, which is happening faster than they expected, things would be a lot different.  Instead, they are doing plenty of things that are turning off a shitload of young people, minorities, etc. and they have no care in the world.  

Those two dozen or so Republicans that are retiring from Congress are not doing so for shits and giggles.

Right now, the store is on fire thanks to them, and they are looting the cash registers as they run out the door.

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57 minutes ago, atomheartbevo said:

No they aren't.    If they gave a shit about the demographic change, which is happening faster than they expected, things would be a lot different.  Instead, they are doing plenty of things that are turning off a shitload of young people, minorities, etc. and they have no care in the world.  

Those two dozen or so Republicans that are retiring from Congress are not doing so for shits and giggles.

Right now, the store is on fire thanks to them, and they are looting the cash registers as they run out the door.

You are missing the point.  Republicans are doing this because they care about demographic change.  They don't intend to change Republican policy in order to make young people, minorities, and women happy.  They intend to completely disenfranchise them so that they can maintain control of the government even as their relative numbers shrink.

The old GOP mantra of "courts create law!" was always incorrect.  What is actually correct is that the courts, the SCOTUS in particular, have the ability to declare any law constitutional when it is challenged on those grounds.  It is why pretty much every administration and Senate from every party in our history has tried to appoint qualified people who would stay above the political fray.   The Trump administration hasn't done that.  This Senate hasn't done that.   And the GOP as a whole now seems hell bent on never doing that again.  Once enough judges and justices are appointed that don't give a shit about historic precedent or true constitutionality, its over.  Laws that ban dissidence start landing Dem politicians and reporters in jail.  Clarence Thomas can write "Potato. Trump's suspension of all future elections is Constitutional."  There's only one way we can overcome that when it happens, and that is the same way that the North settled the question as to whether the South could secede.

It can all come undone much easier than you believe.  The entire nation is built on a social compact.  The Constitution is just a guide.  It only works if we actually want it to.  The GOP doesn't want it to work anymore.  They also expect that you aren't going to do anything about that.

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3 hours ago, FondrenRoad said:

You are missing the point.  Republicans are doing this because they care about demographic change.  They don't intend to change Republican policy in order to make young people, minorities, and women happy.  They intend to completely disenfranchise them so that they can maintain control of the government even as their relative numbers shrink.

The old GOP mantra of "courts create law!" was always incorrect.  What is actually correct is that the courts, the SCOTUS in particular, have the ability to declare any law constitutional when it is challenged on those grounds.  It is why pretty much every administration and Senate from every party in our history has tried to appoint qualified people who would stay above the political fray.   The Trump administration hasn't done that.  This Senate hasn't done that.   And the GOP as a whole now seems hell bent on never doing that again.  Once enough judges and justices are appointed that don't give a shit about historic precedent or true constitutionality, its over.  Laws that ban dissidence start landing Dem politicians and reporters in jail.  Clarence Thomas can write "Potato. Trump's suspension of all future elections is Constitutional."  There's only one way we can overcome that when it happens, and that is the same way that the North settled the question as to whether the South could secede.

It can all come undone much easier than you believe.  The entire nation is built on a social compact.  The Constitution is just a guide.  It only works if we actually want it to.  The GOP doesn't want it to work anymore.  They also expect that you aren't going to do anything about that.

All of this. The GOP, whose primary goal has always been to serve the interests of the elite rich, knows it’s already in the clear minority now and it’s getting worse for them every day. Instead of changing, they are attempting to establish a system of apartheid of minority rule over the majority masses. Poor white trump supporting dipshits are too dumb and uneducated (on purpose I might add) to see this and are currently voting away their rights and against their own interest because of a “Fear of a Black Planet” and the browns. 

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5 hours ago, FondrenRoad said:

Once enough judges and justices are appointed that don't give a shit about historic precedent or true constitutionality, its over.  Laws that ban dissidence start landing Dem politicians and reporters in jail. 

When the R Congressman proposed the bill for throwing Antifa protestors in prison, that pretty much has seemed like the path we were/are headed down. Start with the more active protestors and see what type of pushback occurs and then go from there. They have had a plan and they are working on executing that plan. McConnell has my utmost scorn and derision but then again, he has been in politics for far longer than he was ever a practicing attorney. So much for the words "oath of office." Meaningless to many that enter "public service."

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In a letter sent this week to the majority and minority leaders of the U.S. House and Senate, the leaders of the New York City group described public statements by the attorney general as troubling for an official whose job is to enforce the law without bias.

 

 

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15 hours ago, JimmyJames said:

Poor white trump supporting dipshits are too dumb and uneducated (on purpose I might add) to see this and are currently voting away their rights and against their own interest because of a “Fear of a Black Planet” and the browns. 

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The New York Times article on this dildo is a great read. Basically he’s been saying since the 80’s that the president has supreme power. He preached it over and over (except during the Clinton and Obama years). 
 

he’s an evil man, gives zero fucks about crashing this govt if my makes a Republican President the supreme power in the US 

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Thanks to all for a good page.

This all has such a tin foil hat sound to it that it takes some guts to write it out. We must keep opening our minds to the horribly unthinkable in order to exploit our narrow chance to repel it.

Increasingly, I can't come to any different conclusions than y'all state. The corrupt right now in charge of the GOP serves no interest but their own at the expense of every value of the republic. They seek power after power and care not at all for whose bones get ground to dust in the process.

Barr, McConnell, Nunez, and the rest of their kind have been accidentally exposed to the sunlight by the bumbling interloper, Donald Trump. As malign as Trump is, it's possible that his election will harm the subtler evil his own brand of villainy does not possess.

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36 minutes ago, RomaVicta said:

As malign as Trump is, it's possible that his election will harm the subtler evil his own brand of villainy does not possess.

It's probable that it won't. 

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On 1/10/2020 at 2:09 PM, atomheartbevo said:

No they aren't.    If they gave a shit about the demographic change, which is happening faster than they expected, things would be a lot different.  Instead, they are doing plenty of things that are turning off a shitload of young people, minorities, etc. and they have no care in the world.  

Those two dozen or so Republicans that are retiring from Congress are not doing so for shits and giggles.

Right now, the store is on fire thanks to them, and they are looting the cash registers as they run out the door.

 

I have to disagree. They know the demographics are against them. This speech was nothing more than a long justification for stealing the election. They long ago decided that despotism is better than liberalism.

They aren't looting the cash registers on their way out the door. They are looting the cash registers so they will end up as oligarchs in the new order.

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13 minutes ago, High Plains Drifter said:

 

I have to disagree. They know the demographics are against them. This speech was nothing more than a long justification for stealing the election. They long ago decided that despotism is better than liberalism.

They aren't looting the cash registers on their way out the door. They are looting the cash registers so they will end up as oligarchs in the new order.

I am afraid to say I agree with you. In addition, they did not send delegates to Russia and Ukraine to solely dig up dirt on the Bidens or influence the elections, they did it to learn from the masters of oligarchy as to how to run our country as they do.

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10 minutes ago, Asithappens said:

Barr is like his dad: a semi-competent, semi-corrupt assclown.

Very very wealthy. The Obama years were very generous to him

fucking piece of shit 

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Like I said, their attitude is "So what?"

The only reason they even attempt to hide it is for insurance purposes.

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Welp, guys, it's been nice knowing you.Confirming Barr was the Senate's nail in the coffin.  He learned well from Edwin Meese, and the plan is going forward from there.

"As the U.S. attorney in the District of Columbia, Shea would oversee some of the lingering cases from special counsel Robert Mueller’s Russia investigation, along with a number of politically charged investigations. The office is also generally responsible for handling potential prosecutions if Congress finds a witness in contempt."

He is replacing Jessie Liu who has been nominated to become undersecretary for terrorism and financial crimes at the Treasury Department.

 

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While everyone is focused on acquittal, Iowa, and Mitt, here is something behind the scenes that bears watching:

Prince is like a cat with nine lives.

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8 minutes ago, Mrs Whiggins said:

While everyone is focused on acquittal, Iowa, and Mitt, here is something behind the scenes that bears watching:

Prince is like a cat with nine lives.

He is one a different level of evil.  Like Epstein level.  That dark corner that we don't want to look into because it's so horrifying.

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6 minutes ago, Biff Tannen said:

He is one a different level of evil.  Like Epstein level.  That dark corner that we don't want to look into because it's so horrifying.

Have you ever seen the Bourne movie with Jeremy Renner? My husband likes to watch those Bourne movies and sometimes I get drawn into the story myself. Anyway, I am an Edward Norton fan and Erik Prince reminds me of Norton's character in that movie a little bit.

 

Looked it up: The Bourne Legacy

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This is how democracy dies. 

Presidency held by a crook.

Congress only a rubber stamp for the executive.

Judiciary compromised.  

 

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Trump stacked Supreme Court is the big one. The house or senate can eventually be lost but having the Supreme Court ready to rubber stamp your dictatorship is the big poker chip. 

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5 hours ago, Mrs Whiggins said:

Say that again about nepotism and coverups, I can't hear you....

 

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It didn't take me long to come to the realization the burning desire to stack the courts had nothing to do with "conservatism" and Roe v Wade, but everything to do with giving free rein to the full-blown criminal enterprise that is the GOP.  Fucking disgusting.

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how many people in this admin are either swamp critters in their second/third/xth go around or are children (in law) of swamp critters?

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11 minutes ago, Judge Roybeanbag said:

It didn't take me long to come to the realization the burning desire to stack the courts had nothing to do with "conservatism" and Roe v Wade, but everything to do with giving free reign to the full-blown criminal enterprise that is the GOP.  Fucking disgusting.

why not both

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23 minutes ago, Judge Roybeanbag said:

It didn't take me long to come to the realization the burning desire to stack the courts had nothing to do with "conservatism" and Roe v Wade, but everything to do with giving free reign to the full-blown criminal enterprise that is the GOP.  Fucking disgusting.

 

voter suppression will have to play a huge part in the current regime keeping power, supreme court will have to rubber stamp very questionable actions 

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He went on Fox with a light song and dance today, tiptoeing around the info coming in from Ukraine and Giuliani. Too bad Kamala Harris wasn't the interviewer.

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Hey you large dildo, why don't you tell your boss instead of ABC News, you attention whore? 

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His job, as he sees it, is to win Donald Trump reelection.

When you view his comments through that lens, they make perfect sense.

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1 minute ago, Ghost of LL said:

His job, as he sees it, is to win Donald Trump reelection.

When you view his comments through that lens, they make perfect sense.

I'm not a lawyer or an expert in the workings of the government, but it seems like that isn't his job.  But I could be wrong.

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7 minutes ago, tx 3 putt said:

This dildo will forever be known as the AG that wiped his ass with the constitution 

Something something Loretta Lynch 

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6 hours ago, Gil Bang said:

 

All of this seems like a manufactured rift between the AG and Trump since Barr had to go to extreme measures because a handful of people were shitting their pants over the possible fallout of Roger Stone getting his malformed skull bent over the barrel.  The sudden protest resignation from a flock of prosecutors wasn't something they anticipated.  Barr doesn't give a shit if the majority of the country or his peers in the Judiciary perceive him as a lapdog as long as long as he's the hero within the conservative sphere of the Beltway.  He has been given permission to lightly stiff arm from Trump, probably instructed.  Lou Dobbs' segment on this looked like a sketch.  They needed a sliver of evidence of Barr appearing to be occasionally independent.    

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100% fake, unless Dildo resigns. Dildo needed the appearance of pushing back to IMpotus. This dildo is still IMpotus’s lapdog 

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