A North Korea thread


#422

What mental gymnastics are there? I wrote facts from the two occasions where the US and allies threw stuff at Syria.


#423

I asked you to provide examples to what was an open ended statement. I even said I might agree, not sure what you are not getting.

Stormy Daniels? Well they raided his lawyers office, wiretapped his lawyers calls. I’m sure if they find something illegal we will get it leaked ASAP.

Seems Muller knows more about what is happening in Trumps team than anyone one person does. Video below is Michael Caputo who recently had a chat with Muller. They have everything on everyone, emails, texts, phone calls, everything. Not limited to trump team it extends to anyone who had contact with Trumps team. @3 min mark.

How you might ask? Non of the never Trumpers seem to care, that really is “the ends justify the means” The obvious answer is in the FISA abuse warrant of Carter Page they kept extending which allows for a two hop surveillance on anyone connected to him.


#424

I’m sure Mueller showed Michael Caputo all his entire deck of cards. That sounds exactly like something that absolutely, definitely happened and isn’t an attempt by a Trump ally on a Trump network to further their agenda and muddy the waters.

“Collusion Delusion” in particular really sold me on it. I wonder if that was one of the phrases Cambridge Analytica tested for them. It’s like I’ve always said, the truth always rhymes.


#425

They didn’t want Trump, and used the very powerful resources of the intelligence community to stop him, they continued when he won, because the people are not allowed to have a choice.

Elections have been a farce for decades, the owners get to choose who is in power, Trump is an aberration and they will do everything they can to remove him from power, so things can go back to the way they always were, which to be honest wasn’t all that good in the first place.


#426

Yes, but not half as aberrant an aberration as he’s made out to be.

:rofl:

If that were so, he would not still be here. :tumble:

Too late for that, and they know it.

Fair enough. :slight_smile:


#427

What? I thought the challenge was to find examples of dishonesty by Donald. That would be one of the easiest challenges ever! But now the challenge is to find something illegal? How illegal does it need to be? Do civil damages count? Do settlements (à la racist housing policy) count?

Sticking with dishonesty and speaking of porn star stuff, Donnie said around the time of Stormy’s 60 Minutes interview that he didn’t know anything about the settlement and that reporters would need to ask his lawyer about it. Remember: it’s supposed to be Michael’s money, not Donnie’s.

More recently, one of his other lawyers told Sean Hannity the settlement was 100% kosher because it was funneled through Michael and paid back to him in the form of a sinecure retainer. :face_with_raised_eyebrow:

As for Donnie’s dishonesty in general, if we tried to list every example, the spring would change to winter, and we would still be going at it. :grandpa:


#428

Sorry, I didn’t mean you said he would bring prosperity to Syria. It was world peace (i.e. lack of WWIII) and prosperity in general (i.e. make the economy great again).

But yes, voting for someone you don’t like because you think it’s necessary is an example of the end justifies the means. :2cents:


#429

Oh, I almost forgot!

Today’s Daily Rowlandism™:

Peace is war. :upside_down_face:


#430

I think you are setting the bar a little high, can you imagine if we apply the same standard to Hillary Clinton?

Or how about the MSM?

Or just about anyone from Washington?


#431

Hey, don’t look at me! I just re set the bar to where you guys set it.

“Dishonest” is an interesting word here. Because I feel most would conclude Trump was extremely dishonest leading up to the election, and perhaps more so since he was elected.

You would need to provide specific examples if you would like me to respond to that, I might agree, or perhaps not, depending on what you use as examples.

And I don’t recall saying Hillie was honest, let alone the MSM – such as Fox :stuck_out_tongue_winking_eye:


#432

Sure, Fox is biased most of the presenters openly admit it. So are the rest of the MSM and they are less honest about their bias.

You brought up the housing issue from I think 2 decades ago, I think this is the “proof” Trump is a racist. But you do realize he has over 500 businesses? He may or may not have been involved in decisions that led up to that lawsuit. But hardly proof of anything.

Is that it? One of his 500+ companies was accused of racist practices over two decades ago, therefore Trump must be a racist?


#433

I didn’t say it’s proof that anyone is or was racist. But if you insist…

He was made the president of the company in 1971 and, in one of his first acts, renamed the company The Trump Organization.[11][12] In that year, he also moved to Manhattan, where he took part in larger construction projects and used attractive architectural design to win public recognition. In 1973 the Justice Department alleged that the Trumps discriminated against prospective black tenants, rather than just screening out low-income applicants as they said. The Department of Justice said that black “testers” were sent to more than half a dozen buildings and were denied apartments, but a similar white tester would then be offered an apartment in the same building.[13] Ultimately the Trumps’ company and federal officials signed an agreement under which the Trumps made no admission of wrongdoing, and under which qualified minority applicants would be presented by the Urban League.[14][15]

So, the Trump Organization settled, and that means they must have been innocent. :innocent: Right?

On May 1, 1989, Trump called for the return of the death penalty by taking out a full-page advertisement in all four of the city’s major newspapers. He said he wanted the “criminals of every age” who were accused of beating and raping a jogger in Central Park “to be afraid”.[34] Trump told Larry King on CNN: “The problem with our society is the victim has absolutely no rights and the criminal has unbelievable rights” and, speaking of another case where a woman was raped and thrown out a window, “maybe hate is what we need if we’re gonna get something done.”[35]

In 2002, an imprisoned serial rapist confessed to the jogger’s rape, which was confirmed by DNA evidence,[36] and the convictions of the five men were vacated. They sued New York City in 2003 for malicious prosecution, racial discrimination, and emotional distress. Lawyers for the five defendants said that Trump’s advertisement had inflamed public opinion.[34] The city settled the case for $41 million in 2014.

So, NYC settled, and that means… :drum:

In June of that year, Trump called the settlement “a disgrace” and said that the group’s guilt was still likely: “Settling doesn’t mean innocence. […] These young men do not exactly have the pasts of angels.”[37][38]

:cactus:



#434

I get it yyy, I’ve heard it before. Perhaps I like to think the best of people. Not exactly presenting a balanced case are you? There do happen to be quite a few friends he has made over the years who are black and speak out in support of Trump, kind of flaw in your oh so sure contention.

But thats the thing from the left recently, so hostile, looking and trying to find any flaw in a person and use it to unleash a group of SJW to destroy them.

Latest example was Kanye West, had the audacity to say people shouldn’t be slaves to their mind. relentlessly attacked. I’m sure you will quickly hone in on the time he used a bad metaphor, rather than the theme he has been going with for weeks.

In the words of Marcus Garvey “Emancipate yourselves from mental slavery, none but ourselves can free our minds!”

The reaction of middle aged white guys telling Kanye he’s an uncle tom, seems to have had the effect of 11% trump support from young black men, to 22%. Millennial support for Democrats, down 9%.

keep up the whole , lets sing it racist, sexist, misogynist, :musical_note: deplorable :musical_note: :rofl:


#435

I presented two real life cases for people to contemplate (the first one at your insistence, the second for comparison). They both make Donnie look bad, so I must be falsely accusing him of something. :roll:

“Some of my best friends are…” doesn’t work. The Mosleys had Jewish friends. I bet Bill C has female friends. The Chairman had a soft spot for Deng, the notorious capitalist roader. The US supported the Khmer Rouge, after the Killing Fields were discovered. And so on.

When you’re a celebrity billionaire who’s generally known for being an a******, it’s debatable whether you have any real friends at all.

What does that have to do with me? I disrespect the Don ergo I’m everything you hate about leftistas. That’s not even an argument. It’s just dull. :roll_eyes:

And I’m sure that you’re wrong, because I don’t even know what bad metaphor you’re referring to. Maybe that makes me dull. :tumble:

Some selves have a harder time of it than others. :2cents:

Speaking of which, why has Forumosa been dead silent about a certain comedian :wolf: and her, um, performance at the WH correspondents’ dinner? I was expecting an all-out Covfefist lovefest to follow. So disappointed in our pundits here…

Let’s keep up the whole beatification routine. If he can’t be God-Emperor (and he can’t – Discobot won’t allow it), at least he can be a living example of saintliness for all men to follow. :rainbow:

Oh and btw…

What does that even mean? Hi, I’m Sean Hannity, and I’m biased? or Hi, I’m Sean Hannity, and I’m “conservative”? :thinking:


#436

Didn’t watch it, did you? heard about it, kind of moved my I don’t give a fuck o’ meter not at all.

kind of why Trump didn’t attend, wouldn’t it be glorious that Obama tired to belittle Trump at the White House Correspondents Dinner, and Trump completely trashes Obama’s legacy and the the White House Correspondents Dinner, yeah, that would be pretty classic.


#437

Was Barry there? I just caught the highlight (or lowlight) and the subsequent panel on CNN with opinions ranging from we should all worship the :wolf: to she’s worse than :imp: himself.

I did like one line: I’m a woman! It’s 2018, and you cannot silence me! Unless you have Michael Cohen wire me $130,000! :slight_smile:


#438

Oh, I mean the White House Correspondents Dinner where Obama mocks Trump, and is likely the moment Trump decides to destroy them.


#439

@yyy Drops mic


#440

Got more than “Drops mic” EBC? millennials are getting lazy


#441

you got schooled, that is all.