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One of my favorite parts of ATS of late is watching all you who called us snowflakes and outraged tards turn into the exact same thing you hate so much.
Me along with thousands of other Americans stand to lose their job and livelihood we've invested years and money into if Session's can do what he wants when he gets into office.
Suggestions of impeachment In October 2010, prior to the elections in which Republicans won control of the House, Jonathan Chait published an article in The New Republic called "Scandal TBD" where he predicted that if Republicans were to win control of the House, and Barack Obama were to win re-election in 2012, the Republicans would try to impeach Obama and use any reason possible as pretext.
Jonathan Chait (/ˈtʃeɪt/; born 1972) is anAmerican liberal commentator and writer for New York magazine. He was previously a senior editor at The New Republic and an assistant editor of The American Prospect. He writes a periodic column in the Los Angeles Times.[2
Throwing a Curveball at ‘Intelligence Community Consensus’ on ‘Russia Meddling’
A January intelligence product has served as the basis for a series of Congressional hearings into the issue of Russian meddling into American elections—and has taken on a near canonical quality that precludes any critical questioning of either the authors or their findings. There is one major problem, however: the supposedly definitive assessment was not that which it proclaimed to be.
On January 6, the Office of the Director for National Intelligence (DNI) released a National Intelligence Assessment (NIA), Assessing Russian Activities and Intentions in Recent U.S. Elections. Billed as a “declassified version of a highly classified assessment” whose “conclusions are identical to those in the highly classified assessment,” the report purported to be “an analytic assessment drafted and coordinated among The Central Intelligence Agency (CIA), The Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI), and The National Security Agency (NSA), which draws on intelligence information collected and disseminated by those three agencies.”
A National Intelligence Assessment, like its big brother, the National Intelligence Estimate, is supposed to reflect the considered opinion of the U.S. Intelligence Community. Products such as the Russian NIA are the sole purview of the National Intelligence Council (NIC), whose mission is to serve as “a facilitator of Intelligence Community collaboration and outreach” through the work of National Intelligence Officers (NIOs) who are the Intelligence Community’s experts on regional and functional areas—such as Russia and cyber attacks.
Although published under the imprimatur of the NIC, the cover of the Russian NIA lacks the verbiage “This is an IC-Coordinated Assessment,” which nearly always accompanies a NIC product, nor does it provide any identification regarding under whose auspices the Russia NIA was prepared. (Normally the name of the responsible NIO or identity of the specific office responsible for drafting the assessment would be provided.)
originally posted by: Arnie123
Of course not, Dems and liberals to a greater degree live in a delusional fantasy land.
It just goes to show that Les thread was right, people hate Trump because he is Trump, nevermind getting things done and being THE PRESIDENT for the American People, a DEMOCRATICALLY ELECTED President that is.
originally posted by: TheConstruKctionofLight
a reply to: Arnie123
I try...to stay untriggered...hahaha
I think I detoxed 36 hours from ATS - couldn't stay away - feel sorry for the good folk of the USA.
A century of wars that has resulted in countless needless deaths and solidified the Oligarchies rule over them. Imagine if they were to "storm the Bastille" (Washington) and hold their Reps/Congressmen accountable?
Democrats include millions upon millions of regular people in the United States, among other places, who believe that pure capitalism is as dangerous to the health of a nation as pure anarchy, or fascism ever are.
They are also correct in that assumption
They are also correct in that assumptio
originally posted by: TheConstruKctionofLight
a reply to: intrptr
Sadly you are correct - I don't want to seriously entertain the "only option left". Studying some of the after effects of Hurricane Katrina - where some LEOs were executing the wounded; it would not end peacefully if Washington was "stormed"