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57% Of Democrats believe Trump is guilty of Treason

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posted on May, 8 2019 @ 05:44 AM
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originally posted by: chr0naut
a reply to: network dude

I'll just post this here:

STATEMENT BY FORMER FEDERAL PROSECUTORS

At the time I posted this link, there were 735 DOJ Alumni who have put their signatures to this petition.


I am usually good at finding the clue in things like this, but I honestly can't find the link between what the OP is about and your post. It looks like some insanely weak attempt to point at Trump and say "see, orange man BAD!", but I'd like to think you are a little smarter than that. Throw me a bone. Explain the link.




posted on May, 8 2019 @ 05:59 AM
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a reply to: network dude

Why are people ...certain people...so focussed on distroying Trump? What about the real psychpaths, satanist, murderers, drugsdealers like the bush family or the clintons? Although Trump is not really a houshold name in washington DC and not in possesion of the "network". Trump should be given a chance to focus on more important issues to make america great again. He is distracted by ordinairy smear campains which he is foolish enough to bite... which is used against him again...which gives his opposition new ammunition to smear him and makes him look like an incompetent idiot. He got himself trapped in a down ward spiral loop... which will undo him. Leave the man alone and give him the courage and confedence to bring jobs back into the USA, round up and convict the 911 criminals, the pedophiles and everything else that has invested the US politics as a cancer.


edit on 8/5/2019 by zatara because: (no reason given)



posted on May, 8 2019 @ 06:04 AM
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originally posted by: Lumenari
a reply to: network dude

What did you expect, to be honest?

They watch CNN, MSNBC. They read the New York Times and get thier internet news from Yahoo.

If that is where you get your news from, there is still the possibility of Trump/Russia collusion, Trump has repeatedly obstructed justice and Barr is covering up crimes for Trump.

It's a whole different world completely divorced from reality.

About as divorced from reality as the Democratic party is from the majority of middle-class America.

It's OK.... I suspect this is all coming to a head soon.

C'mon Declass...



That yahoo news has almost no fans of their bogus stories. The conservatives and indies slam the stupidity in the comments. I love to read those comments. We should all read them if we can. Skip the lie of a story and read the comments. These people get it. There is hope for us after all after reading those comments to the bogus Yahoo BS.



posted on May, 8 2019 @ 06:07 AM
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originally posted by: Quantumgamer1776
Who cares?
These are people who think killing an already born child is a “woman’s rights issue” and that men can become women, then compete against women in sports, and that those people crushing women’s sports records should be celebrated for being brave.

They are delusional about so much why would anyone bother quantifying any of it.


Reposted because we need to keep sharing these facts over and over. If telling a lie over and over works, then telling the truth works better than the lie.




posted on May, 8 2019 @ 06:40 AM
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originally posted by: chr0naut
a reply to: network dude

I'll just post this here:

STATEMENT BY FORMER FEDERAL PROSECUTORS

At the time I posted this link, there were 735 DOJ Alumni who have put their signatures to this petition.


As Aerosmith sings DREAM ON!
We don't buy their BS anymore. You know that but keep working for the Bastards.


Paid shills for the DNC lost their standing with Americans. PERIOD.

The DNC and the RINO's have gamed our system. We ARE taking it back. DJT has given the US step one and Swamp Draining has begun in earnest.



posted on May, 8 2019 @ 06:44 AM
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a reply to: network dude

But you dont believe in polls.



posted on May, 8 2019 @ 08:08 AM
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a reply to: network dude

Its the ultimate deep state play. Russia doesn't fall in line with our reserve banking system. The deep state Dems want that changed (so much so that they'd go to war under specious conditions, a la Libya) to make it happen.

This is about money and exploiting nations. While i want to say i am on the "right side"....i can't help but feel that i am a free range slave indoctrinated to be suspicious of any bird that won't eat the farmers corn.



posted on May, 8 2019 @ 08:16 AM
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Well this explains their reaction


46% Americans on Prescriptions drugs

Americans are good at popping pills.

About 46 percent of the U.S. population used one or more prescription drugs in the past 30 days, according to a survey from the National Center for Health Statistics. With almost half the U.S. population taking drugs, it may be surprising that this figure is a slight improvement from 10 years prior......

Both young and middle-aged adults used antidepressants the most frequently in the past 30 days. One in nine adults, 20 to 59 years old, has an antidepressants prescription.


Have you ever seen the amount of Drug advertising on CNN ?



posted on May, 8 2019 @ 09:45 AM
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I don't care if Donald committed treason or not. It's not germane to my thought process. What is pertinent, however, is that Trump most likely is guilty of high crimes and misdemeanors, and that he continues to obstruct justice even today. I don't want to see Trump impeached. It's a waste of time as he will not be reelected unless the Democrats try to force another neoliberal corporate Democrat on America like the DNC and mainstream media did with Hillary in 2016. But that's on Democrats whether they want that or not; it has nothing to do with Trump. What I do care about is the Constitution and that we live in a land of law and order. And, if we do not, I want my share of the corrupt pie and the ability to live my life as I choose with impunity, just like the big boys get. Okay, that was a bit sarcastic, but why should two sets of rules exist in America? It is the job of Congress to provide a check and balance for the Administration and it is overtly questionable that malfeasance has not been committed by Trump and his cohorts. The only way to determine if that has occurred is to investigate that, and Team Trump is obstructing that. So, in the end, do you believe in the Constitution and demand that it be followed; or that people can pick and choose if and when to live by that code?



posted on May, 8 2019 @ 10:37 AM
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originally posted by: Sillyolme
a reply to: network dude

But you dont believe in polls.


correct. And I don't have to in order to get the idea of what this article conveys. Democrats are lost and need to be coddled and told repeatedly how evil Trump is, so they don't have to face the reality that all the hatred is based on lies.

At some point, even the stupidest of dems will be forced to realize what's happening with the economy and general state of our Union. I feel bad for them on that day.



posted on May, 8 2019 @ 10:44 AM
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a reply to: tabularosa

I kind of agree. Rules should apply to everyone equally. No member of the government should be above any law that I have to live by. But it is funny that the current talking point is "obstruction" and you used it multiple times in your short post. it's as if the programming is working splendidly.

I honestly hope the justice hammer falls on everyone who broke laws with regard to this election and coup attempt. Everyone involved, regardless of party affiliation. And perhaps after all those who need jail time get their bars and soap on a rope, our nation can find a way to come together. Because after Trump is out, I may not like the next guy, and staging a coup to remove him/her should be just as illegal as it was this time.

Big boys accept election results.



posted on May, 8 2019 @ 11:12 AM
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a reply to: tabularosa

Got some proof? I'll wait.

If we change the definition of treason to find Trump guilty, what time is Hiliary's firing squad?



posted on May, 8 2019 @ 01:10 PM
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originally posted by: network dude

originally posted by: chr0naut
a reply to: network dude

I'll just post this here:

STATEMENT BY FORMER FEDERAL PROSECUTORS

At the time I posted this link, there were 735 DOJ Alumni who have put their signatures to this petition.


I am usually good at finding the clue in things like this, but I honestly can't find the link between what the OP is about and your post. It looks like some insanely weak attempt to point at Trump and say "see, orange man BAD!", but I'd like to think you are a little smarter than that. Throw me a bone. Explain the link.


The line of reasoning goes like this:

There is some evidence that may suggest that Trump tried to stop an investigation. His alleged attempts were through various means and repeated. The Mueller report identifies 10 instances.

The Mueller report says that, in regard to conspiracy charges, there was insufficient evidence to prosecute, that there had been efforts to destroy or hide some of the evidence and that it is possible that new evidence may come to light that changes the situation. This obviously does not clear anyone of those charges as some have claimed.

The obstruction of justice is not itself treason. However, the investigation was into potential conspiracy between the Trump campaign and an enemy foreign state.

If there was obstruction, then there must have been a motive behind it. The most likely motive in this particular case was that Trump was trying to protect himself from being discovered and prosecuted.

If there was obstruction, then Trump was acting guiltily about the allegations under investigation - of conspiring with an enemy state, granting them control over the outcomes of the processes of government of the US.
edit on 8/5/2019 by chr0naut because: (no reason given)



posted on May, 8 2019 @ 01:17 PM
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originally posted by: chr0naut

originally posted by: network dude

originally posted by: chr0naut
a reply to: network dude

I'll just post this here:

STATEMENT BY FORMER FEDERAL PROSECUTORS

At the time I posted this link, there were 735 DOJ Alumni who have put their signatures to this petition.


I am usually good at finding the clue in things like this, but I honestly can't find the link between what the OP is about and your post. It looks like some insanely weak attempt to point at Trump and say "see, orange man BAD!", but I'd like to think you are a little smarter than that. Throw me a bone. Explain the link.



If there was obstruction, then Trump was acting guiltily about the allegations under investigation - of conspiring with an enemy state, granting them control over the outcomes of the processes of government of the US.


You know, from my perspective he was acting pissed off. What exactly is the criteria for "acting guiltily"?



posted on May, 8 2019 @ 02:07 PM
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originally posted by: chr0naut

originally posted by: network dude

originally posted by: chr0naut
a reply to: network dude

I'll just post this here:

STATEMENT BY FORMER FEDERAL PROSECUTORS

At the time I posted this link, there were 735 DOJ Alumni who have put their signatures to this petition.


I am usually good at finding the clue in things like this, but I honestly can't find the link between what the OP is about and your post. It looks like some insanely weak attempt to point at Trump and say "see, orange man BAD!", but I'd like to think you are a little smarter than that. Throw me a bone. Explain the link.


The line of reasoning goes like this:

There is some evidence that may suggest that Trump tried to stop an investigation. His alleged attempts were through various means and repeated. The Mueller report identifies 10 instances.

The Mueller report says that, in regard to conspiracy charges, there was insufficient evidence to prosecute, that there had been efforts to destroy or hide some of the evidence and that it is possible that new evidence may come to light that changes the situation. This obviously does not clear anyone of those charges as some have claimed.

The obstruction of justice is not itself treason. However, the investigation was into potential conspiracy between the Trump campaign and an enemy foreign state.

If there was obstruction, then there must have been a motive behind it. The most likely motive in this particular case was that Trump was trying to protect himself from being discovered and prosecuted.

If there was obstruction, then Trump was acting guiltily about the allegations under investigation - of conspiring with an enemy state, granting them control over the outcomes of the processes of government of the US.


Let's see this shoe placed upon a different foot, and determine if the reasoning is sound, shall we?

The line of reasoning goes like this:

There is some evidence that may suggest that Hillary tried to stop an investigation. Her alleged attempts were through various means and repeated. The Comey report identifies various instances.

The Comey report says that, in regard to conspiracy charges, there was insufficient evidence to prosecute, that there had been efforts to destroy or hide some of the evidence and that it is possible that new evidence may come to light that changes the situation. This obviously does not clear anyone of those charges as some have claimed.

The obstruction of justice is not itself treason. However, the investigation was into potential conspiracy between the Hillary entourage and an enemy foreign state.

If there was obstruction, then there must have been a motive behind it. The most likely motive in this particular case was that Hillary was trying to protect herself from being discovered and prosecuted.

If there was obstruction, then Hillary was acting guiltily about the allegations under investigation the matter - of conspiring with an enemy state, recklessly granting them control over the confidential information on her private email server that was not under the control of the secure processes of government of the US.


Now, is Hillary Guilty or innocent? Whatever you decide, MUST also apply to president Trump.



posted on May, 8 2019 @ 02:14 PM
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originally posted by: Justoneman

originally posted by: chr0naut
a reply to: network dude

I'll just post this here:

STATEMENT BY FORMER FEDERAL PROSECUTORS

At the time I posted this link, there were 735 DOJ Alumni who have put their signatures to this petition.


As Aerosmith sings DREAM ON!
We don't buy their BS anymore. You know that but keep working for the Bastards.

Paid shills for the DNC lost their standing with Americans. PERIOD.

The DNC and the RINO's have gamed our system. We ARE taking it back. DJT has given the US step one and Swamp Draining has begun in earnest.


I would love to get paid for my opinion. Whom do I contact to give my details?

Ah yes, it is Trump that is the only honest one, not all these hundreds of prosecutors.

The casino owner, with two soviet wives, the reality TV 'personality' (why would a billionaire do that for 14 seasons? Wouldn't he make more money by concentrating on his business ventures?), who lies openly and repeatedly and contradicts himself, who made several attempts to obstruct the course of justice, with multiple ongoing court cases against him and a past history of many cases which he lost, who will not reveal his tax records, who we know has paid for prostitutes, who throws his closest associates under the bus to protect himself, who held a penthouse room booked for Bin Laden (until the money stopped)...

A paragon of virtue.



posted on May, 8 2019 @ 02:17 PM
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originally posted by: underpass61

originally posted by: chr0naut

originally posted by: network dude

originally posted by: chr0naut
a reply to: network dude

I'll just post this here:

STATEMENT BY FORMER FEDERAL PROSECUTORS

At the time I posted this link, there were 735 DOJ Alumni who have put their signatures to this petition.


I am usually good at finding the clue in things like this, but I honestly can't find the link between what the OP is about and your post. It looks like some insanely weak attempt to point at Trump and say "see, orange man BAD!", but I'd like to think you are a little smarter than that. Throw me a bone. Explain the link.



If there was obstruction, then Trump was acting guiltily about the allegations under investigation - of conspiring with an enemy state, granting them control over the outcomes of the processes of government of the US.


You know, from my perspective he was acting pissed off. What exactly is the criteria for "acting guiltily"?


They do stupid stuff like trying to stop investigations that will expose their guilt and incriminate them.

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posted on May, 8 2019 @ 02:18 PM
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originally posted by: chr0naut

originally posted by: Justoneman

originally posted by: chr0naut
a reply to: network dude

I'll just post this here:

STATEMENT BY FORMER FEDERAL PROSECUTORS

At the time I posted this link, there were 735 DOJ Alumni who have put their signatures to this petition.


As Aerosmith sings DREAM ON!
We don't buy their BS anymore. You know that but keep working for the Bastards.

Paid shills for the DNC lost their standing with Americans. PERIOD.

The DNC and the RINO's have gamed our system. We ARE taking it back. DJT has given the US step one and Swamp Draining has begun in earnest.


I would love to get paid for my opinion. Whom do I contact to give my details?

Ah yes, it is Trump that is the only honest one, not all these hundreds of prosecutors.

The casino owner, with two soviet wives, the reality TV 'personality' (why would a billionaire do that for 14 seasons? Wouldn't he make more money by concentrating on his business ventures?), who lies openly and repeatedly and contradicts himself, who made several attempts to obstruct the course of justice, with multiple ongoing court cases against him and a past history of many cases which he lost, who will not reveal his tax records, who we know has paid for prostitutes, who throws his closest associates under the bus to protect himself, who held a penthouse room booked for Bin Laden (until the money stopped)...

A paragon of virtue.


And how does anything the original posted stated infer that they support those personal "virtue" traits you mentioned? The comment was in regards to the political gaming of the system, and not personal attacks upon them. Yet, you resorted to just that approach? Why is that again? Personal hatred for the man? Frankly, I don;t give a furry rat's butt about personal "virtuous" accusations, but actual results doing a job. That is a big difference, many conservatives judge upon results at a job, not virtue signals form detractors.



posted on May, 8 2019 @ 02:20 PM
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originally posted by: chr0naut

originally posted by: underpass61

originally posted by: chr0naut

originally posted by: network dude

originally posted by: chr0naut
a reply to: network dude

I'll just post this here:

STATEMENT BY FORMER FEDERAL PROSECUTORS

At the time I posted this link, there were 735 DOJ Alumni who have put their signatures to this petition.


I am usually good at finding the clue in things like this, but I honestly can't find the link between what the OP is about and your post. It looks like some insanely weak attempt to point at Trump and say "see, orange man BAD!", but I'd like to think you are a little smarter than that. Throw me a bone. Explain the link.



If there was obstruction, then Trump was acting guiltily about the allegations under investigation - of conspiring with an enemy state, granting them control over the outcomes of the processes of government of the US.


You know, from my perspective he was acting pissed off. What exactly is the criteria for "acting guiltily"?


You do stupid stuff like trying to stop investigations that will expose your guilt and incriminate you.


Where is the guilt, please SHOW IS ALL you wizard of thoughts? I guess being unjustly accused of heinous crimes would simply make you happy and warm and fuzzy?

How virtuous of you.......



posted on May, 8 2019 @ 02:23 PM
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originally posted by: Krakatoa

originally posted by: chr0naut

originally posted by: network dude

originally posted by: chr0naut
a reply to: network dude

I'll just post this here:

STATEMENT BY FORMER FEDERAL PROSECUTORS

At the time I posted this link, there were 735 DOJ Alumni who have put their signatures to this petition.


I am usually good at finding the clue in things like this, but I honestly can't find the link between what the OP is about and your post. It looks like some insanely weak attempt to point at Trump and say "see, orange man BAD!", but I'd like to think you are a little smarter than that. Throw me a bone. Explain the link.


The line of reasoning goes like this:

There is some evidence that may suggest that Trump tried to stop an investigation. His alleged attempts were through various means and repeated. The Mueller report identifies 10 instances.

The Mueller report says that, in regard to conspiracy charges, there was insufficient evidence to prosecute, that there had been efforts to destroy or hide some of the evidence and that it is possible that new evidence may come to light that changes the situation. This obviously does not clear anyone of those charges as some have claimed.

The obstruction of justice is not itself treason. However, the investigation was into potential conspiracy between the Trump campaign and an enemy foreign state.

If there was obstruction, then there must have been a motive behind it. The most likely motive in this particular case was that Trump was trying to protect himself from being discovered and prosecuted.

If there was obstruction, then Trump was acting guiltily about the allegations under investigation - of conspiring with an enemy state, granting them control over the outcomes of the processes of government of the US.


Let's see this shoe placed upon a different foot, and determine if the reasoning is sound, shall we?

The line of reasoning goes like this:

There is some evidence that may suggest that Hillary tried to stop an investigation. Her alleged attempts were through various means and repeated. The Comey report identifies various instances.

The Comey report says that, in regard to conspiracy charges, there was insufficient evidence to prosecute, that there had been efforts to destroy or hide some of the evidence and that it is possible that new evidence may come to light that changes the situation. This obviously does not clear anyone of those charges as some have claimed.

The obstruction of justice is not itself treason. However, the investigation was into potential conspiracy between the Hillary entourage and an enemy foreign state.

If there was obstruction, then there must have been a motive behind it. The most likely motive in this particular case was that Hillary was trying to protect herself from being discovered and prosecuted.

If there was obstruction, then Hillary was acting guiltily about the allegations under investigation the matter - of conspiring with an enemy state, recklessly granting them control over the confidential information on her private email server that was not under the control of the secure processes of government of the US.


Now, is Hillary Guilty or innocent? Whatever you decide, MUST also apply to president Trump.


Personally, in regard to the e-mails and her laxness with national security, Hillary is guilty. She should be prosecuted.

Ditto Trump, in regard to obstruction.

Also, previous Presidents going back to Bush, who have continued to sign off to the unconstitutional NSA spying on US citizens. (Hint: the Oath of Office says that they must primarily uphold the Constitution).

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