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CPT Jack Durish
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He who laughs last, laughs best and I had a great laugh for four years. Now? Not so much. I'm crying for America and I'm crying for our children who will inherit the whirlwind from the seeds we have sewn by electing President Biden
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CWO3 Us Marine
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SSgt (Join to see) - I have made no down votes. I've been voted down a few times. So, either someone is messing with your account or your vision is going fast. Alternate reality even. Try to stay on target. Maybe you "confused me with CWO3 McManus", as someone else did. Otherwise, what's your point?
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CWO3 (Join to see) - ah yes - I did. My apologies.

I too have been down voted several times. And being well after midnight, IIRC, may have played into my lack of attention to detail. Again, my apologies sir!
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CWO3 Us Marine
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SSgt (Join to see) - not needed, but thanks
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SFC Casey O'Mally
SFC Casey O'Mally
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He who laughs last, thinks slowest.
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MAJ Armored Combat Command Commander
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Average GDP growth rate of 1.26% is nothing to crow about. Trump never finished the trade war with China and the US is giving perhaps $30+ billion a year to farmers. There is no debate about Trumps miserable handling of the pandemic. The US leads the world in pandemic metrics. He never finished the wall that cost around $4000 per foot to build. He said he would reduce the deficit, but he increased it by $8 trillion. Yes he shook up America by talking shit about the minorities, letting people in his administration attack others in the administration, and trying to steal an election. As China is spreading her influence around the globe, Trump in his infinite wisdom wanted to trade dirty and poor Puerto for Greenland. Trump worked immensely hard to become the worst president.
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CWO3 Us Marine
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SFC Chuck Martinez - I don't care about RP votes, and the 1st Amendment is no less important than the rest. Most making under $400 K gained little to nothing in the last 4 years. If the series ended with seizing our Capitol, that's a loss for the ages for this Nation, and that some enjoyed it makes it much worse. My opinion. Yours on topic is always welcome. Or OT.
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SFC Chuck Martinez
SFC Chuck Martinez
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CWO3 (Join to see) - It is always a two way street, the only time us military stand together is when we are at war, watching each other's back or even dying to save a buddy. We can't change what has passed but we can change the future even if we always agree to disagree or visa-versa!
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SFC Chuck Martinez
SFC Chuck Martinez
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MAJ (Join to see) - Ken, you are like the little boy who was always crying wolf. You need to stand in front of a mirror and talk to yourself for a while, it might just open your eyes so you can see who you really are?
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MAJ Armored Combat Command Commander
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You really know how to devolve into vapid stupidity. You are a piece of work. I don't know what persona you are trying to portray because you act like a caustic idiot so well. SFC Chuck Martinez
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SFC Chuck Martinez
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Excellent posting Gene and a completely 360 turn from brain-dead Biden. Now he is trying to screw around with our US Supreme Court!! With the fear of the disasters to come, I feel the dangers in my bones. Many Americans are suffering right now, especially the poor, lower and middle class due to Biden's radical ideas which he pulls out of his ass. Kamala is a do-nothing vice-president and all that comes out of her mouth is total garbage! We all have our hands tied unless all US citizens with common sense start to raise hell in every state within the US and march into Washington DC. None stop demonstrations without the violence to show who we really are!!
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CW3 Dick McManus
CW3 Dick McManus
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Trump and his father were sued by the federal government for housing discrimination in the 1970’s for refusing to rent to blacks after an uncover investigation. They lost, signed a consent decree, and were forced to desegregate their properties, which they later violated.
-He was charged with fraud in connection with Trump University.
- Trump Tower was built using undocumented Polish laborers to demolish the building that previously stood on the site. An NBC News story in which numerous witnesses were interviewed showed that Trump knew about the undocumented, unpaid workers. Yet under oath, Trump testified that he knew nothing, thus adding perjury allegations to the labor law violations.
- Trump’s charitable foundation appears to have repeatedly broken IRS rules, according to the Washington Post. In five cases, the Trump Foundation told the IRS that it had given a gift to a charity whose leaders told The Post that they had never received it. In two other cases, companies listed as donors to the Trump Foundation told The Post that those listings were incorrect.
-A deposition describes him raping his first wife Ivana, pulling out fistfuls of her hair in a fit of rage, stripping off her clothes. The divorce was granted on grounds of Donald’s “cruel and inhuman treatment” of Ivana.
Trump's Criminal History Should Be Front and Center | HuffPost


Where is the demand to prosecute those in charge including the Trumpster for kidnapping kids from their parents who illegally entered the US?

Judge says Justice Department cannot defend Trump in E. Jean Carroll rape defamation suit Oct 27, 2020:

26 incidents of "unwanted sexual contact" by the Trumpster and 43 instances of inappropriate behavior were detailed in the book, All the President's Women: Donald Trump and the Making of a Predator. https://www.businessinsider.com/women-accused-trump-sexual-misconduct-list-2017-12?fbclid=IwAR1h75H0hHZhlxGb4eDzmCOf4wYDB2svhBJ-PfPkoXoHm3JRiNiDGPjhmNc#jessica-leeds-1

Paid hush money to a porn star when running for President.

Trump did not punish Saudi Arab for the murder of an American journalist Jamal Khashoggi in October 2018 on the orders of Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman.

Former White House chief of staff, retired Marine Gen. John Kelly, has told friends that President Donald Trump "is the most flawed person" he's ever known. Trump can't stand to hear

Resolution to prosecute Donald Trump and other public officials for being accessories to a pandemic

WHEREAS Trump was briefed at least by January 30, 2020 that Covid-19 was very contagious and deadly similar to smallpox and the plague,

WHEREAS Trump told Americans 22 times the Corona virus would go away,


WHEREAS in September 2020 Trump pressured the CDC to downplay the threat of Covid-19 and the CDC director Dr. Robert Redfield did not resign,


WHEREAS in August 2020 Trump appointed a radiologist Dr. Scott W. Atlas to serve as an advisor on the White House Covid virus Task Force instead of an infectious disease MD and Atlas spread misinformation about COVID-19, including theories that face masks and social distancing were not effective in slowing the spread of the corona virus and he recommended faster reopening of schools and businesses during the COVID-19 pandemic,

Whereas Dr. Deborah Birx said she asked herself, “Is there something that I think I can do that would be helpful in responding to this pandemic, but she did not resign and she said Trump was “attentive to the scientific literature,” praising his ability to “analyze and integrate data.”

Whereas Trump put Jared Kushner, in charge of the nation’s response to the pandemic and Kushner said, “The federal government is not going to lead this response…. It’s up to the states to figure out what they want to do.”

Whereas Paul Alexander and his boss, Michael Caputo, the assistant secretary for public affairs at Health and Human Services, were working to change the language officials at the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention used to warn of the dangers of the coronavirus,

WHEREAS Trump in February 2020 accused Democrats of “politicizing” the corona virus during a campaign rally claiming that the outbreak is “their new hoax,” accusing the press of being in “hysteria mode”, and downplaying the severity by comparing the number of fatalities during an average flu season,


WHEREAS Trump received a vaccination against Covid and he kept it a secret,


WHEREAS the former US Commander and Chief, Trump had the duty to protect US persons from all enemies (aka deadly threats), and one such enemy was Covid-19, a deadly and extremely contagious disease which even if the victim does not die, it can allegedly result at times in serious negative outcomes to a person’s long term health,


THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED we demand Trump and other US public officials be prosecuted by the US Court of jurisdiction and/or the international Criminal Court for gross negligence and reckless disregard for human life and health due to making false and unscientific statements about Covid-19.

The oldest and simplest justification for government is as protector: protecting citizens from violence.
As English philosopher Thomas Hobbes wrote in his book Leviathan, he describes a world of unrelenting insecurity without a government to provide the safety of law and order, protecting citizens from each other and from foreign foes. The idea of government as protector requires taxes to fund, train and equip an army and a police force; to build courts and jails; and to elect or appoint the officials to pass and implement the laws citizens must not break.

The concept of government as provider comes next: government as provider of goods and services that citizens cannot provide individually for themselves. The future of government builds on these foundations of protecting and providing. Government will continue to protect citizens from violence and from the worst vicissitudes of life. Government will continue to provide public goods, at a level necessary to ensure a globally competitive economy and a well-functioning society

Lying to the public and the press

The president’s duty to faithfully execute his office plays a critical role in the constitutional scheme. Going beyond requiring the president to “take care that the laws be faithfully executed,” Const., Art. II, Sec. 3, Cl. 5, the Clause 8 constitutional duty to “faithfully execute” the presidential office limits the president’s discretion in how to perform his official functions.

“Faithfully” was contemporaneously defined, in part, as: “Honestly, without fraud, trick, or ambiguity.” One component recurrently included in the “faithful execution” provisions of “statutes and other legal documents” was that the official be “honest.” As the authors summarized: “The oath or command of faithful execution to an office holder came to convey an affirmative duty to act … honestly … in the best interest of the public.” (Emphasis added.)

Accordingly, the language, history, purpose and widespread contemporaneous usage of “faithfully execute” one’s office show that the constitutional duty to “faithfully execute the office of the President” includes a duty to act honestly. Since the duty of “faithful execution” applies unconditionally to the office of the president, it applies to performing all the president’s official functions. Since communicating to the public is one of the president’s official functions, the honesty duty likewise applies to virtually all such communications.

Trump’s “repeatedly making false statements asserting that the presidential election results were the product of widespread fraud” were not to defend the national interest. To the contrary, his statements attacked the central pillar of American democracy: implementing the results of fair elections. Trump’s dishonesty was not to serve the national interest, but his personal and political self-interest in overturning the election’s results.

Furthermore, Trump had to have known that a pandemic would cause an economic recession or new Great Depression and therein it would reduce his odds of being reelected.

Far from the First Amendment giving any president the right to speak dishonestly to the American people, the Constitution itself imposes on the president a unique duty of honesty in carrying out his official functions. By repeatedly and falsely asserting to the American people that there had been widespread fraud and Covid-19 was not as dangerous as medical scientists were saying, Trump violated his constitutional duty of honesty.

Too many citizens do not understand what is meant by the duty of a president or other public officials to “faithfully execute.” Too many unassertive citizens lack the ethical courage in order to do their duty to insure justice is done, notwithstanding no law has been written making it a crime of accessory to a pandemic.

This crime of being an accessory to a pandemic (second degree murder or voluntary manslaughter) is a new incident such that our law makers never thought they needed to make a law to punish people who spread unscientific lies or refuting the advice of peer reviewed medical science.
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SFC Chuck Martinez
SFC Chuck Martinez
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Amen brother Fred!
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CWO3 Us Marine
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8 mo
Check this out. They just added NC. A peaceful means. It may require assembly as well. I could add a few items on govt reform and legislation to the wish list. https://conventionofstates.com/
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PO1 H Gene Lawrence
PO1 H Gene Lawrence
8 mo
Thank you Chuck. It appears that the link is causing a firestorm from the left leaning folks.
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