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    White House spokeswoman Kayleigh McEnany defines ‘Obamagate’


  • #2
    Then man up and start arresting people. Donny has his good buddy Billy as head of DoJ. Arrest people.
    and you don't litigate these in public as the latest press secretary claims. You do it in a court room. Talk is cheap

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    • #3
      Originally posted by Jonahdog View Post
      Then man up and start arresting people. Donny has his good buddy Billy as head of DoJ. Arrest people.
      and you don't litigate these in public as the latest press secretary claims. You do it in a court room. Talk is cheap
      you're right they need to arrest people, the question is why haven't they ?

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      • #4
        Originally posted by way 2 go View Post

        you're right they need to arrest people, the question is why haven't they ?
        Because Barr is secretly in cahoots with the Deep State, and is working behind the scenes with the Dems to sabotage Trump.

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        • #5
          Originally posted by way 2 go View Post

          you're right they need to arrest people, the question is why haven't they ?
          Because it's all cheap talk and a way of deflecting away from how badly the current administration has handled Covid-19?
          Well this is fun isn't it?

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          • #6
            Originally posted by Arthur Brain View Post

            Because it's all cheap talk and a way of deflecting away from how badly the current administration has handled Covid-19?
            Meanwhile, how's that death total doing in YOUR country?

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            • #7
              Originally posted by Jonahdog View Post
              ... you don't litigate these in public ... Talk is cheap
              you do both - yes, you investigate and bring charges

              But you also have the fight in the court of public opinion - at the moment, that is the more pressing

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              • #8
                Originally posted by Arthur Brain View Post

                Because it's all cheap talk and a way of deflecting away from how badly the current administration has handled Covid-19?
                That's exactly what it is--a convenient smoke-and-mirrors distraction away from the fact that Trump's poll numbers have been slipping in the wake of his fumbling of the coronavirus briefings. His poll numbers actually started slipping instead of rising like they normally do for any other president every time there is a national emergency. And Trump also got to throw a little red meat to his rabid base by trying to throw shade on Obama, accusing him of having committed "the biggest political crime in history!" What a joke.

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                • #9
                  Originally posted by User Name View Post

                  That's exactly what it is--a convenient smoke-and-mirrors distraction away from the fact that Trump's poll numbers have been slipping in the wake of his fumbling of the coronavirus briefings. His poll numbers actually started slipping instead of rising like they normally do for any other president every time there is a national emergency. And Trump also got to throw a little red meat to his rabid base by trying to throw shade on Obama, accusing him of having committed "the biggest political crime in history!" What a joke.
                  Well said that man.

                  Well this is fun isn't it?

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                  • #10
                    Originally posted by ok doser View Post

                    you do both - yes, you investigate and bring charges

                    But you also have the fight in the court of public opinion - at the moment, that is the more pressing
                    I'm not the one who thinks there was a crime committed

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                    • #11
                      Originally posted by Jonahdog View Post

                      I'm not the one who thinks there was a crime committed
                      Good

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                      • #12
                        Originally posted by way 2 go View Post
                        White House spokeswoman Kayleigh McEnany defines ‘Obamagate’

                        OK got caught up listening to the CBC and I understand that what's going on is that Obama took the unprecedented step of criticizing the current sitting president. We don't do that. Traditionally ex presidents either support the current president or stay silent. And so Trump, who loves a battle is striking back the way he knows.

                        It's interesting as well to consider that Biden is silent at this time and that Obama is running interference for him.

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                        • #13
                          Originally posted by ok doser View Post
                          OK got caught up listening to the CBC and I understand that what's going on is that Obama took the unprecedented step of criticizing the current sitting president. We don't do that. Traditionally ex presidents either support the current president or stay silent. And so Trump, who loves a battle is striking back the way he knows.
                          You're clueless as usual. Trump, in his effort to evade responsibility, has been scapegoating Obama for a long time now. Obama has the right to set the record straight. Of course, you would love for Obama to stand by and say nothing while he gets blamed for Trump's own shortcomings.

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                          • #14
                            Originally posted by ok doser View Post

                            Meanwhile, how's that death total doing in YOUR country?
                            You like that response. Irrelevant though it be. Can I use it on you?

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                            • #15
                              Originally posted by way 2 go View Post

                              you're right they need to arrest people, the question is why haven't they ?
                              Because there was no crime committed. Who should be arrested and what crimes did they commit?

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