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How many corrupt prosecutors did Biden have fired?

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posted on Oct, 19 2019 @ 10:56 AM
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I think this is a fair question. If it's perfectly acceptable for the Vice President of the United States to pressure a foreign country to fire a law enforcement person in their country, as Biden bragged about doing, then this must be common practice. I mean, if this was the only time this happened with Joe Biden, and his Son's employer just happened to be in the prosecutors cross hairs, that would look kind of bad, even if you are a forever Trump hater. (Unless you lack integrity of any kind)

So in order to clear Biden of this odd looking incident, how about we hear from those who champion Trump's removal. If Trump had no business looking into this, then we will all know and understand things as they truly are. But if this was the only time this happened, the optics alone, sure look as if Trump NOT doing this would be more of an issue.

I honestly don't know the answer here. So if this is common practice, and Biden and other VP's have done this same thing in the past, then it would make Trump's inquiry look a bit more like a political hit. So I'll admit that at the start. But if it's not common at all, wouldn't others have to admit that investigating this would be the proper thing to do? I ask, you decide.




posted on Oct, 19 2019 @ 10:59 AM
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a reply to: network dude
how many you got?
he is leaving in about 6 hours.....



posted on Oct, 19 2019 @ 11:21 AM
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a reply to: shooterbrody

LOL, since this has never popped up on my radar before, I don't know if the US is always so involved in other nations that we keep tabs on who should be hired and fired, so I had to ask. Maybe we have a special note in the VP's handbook where this is common practice. But if not.........
edit on 19-10-2019 by network dude because: bad spler



posted on Oct, 19 2019 @ 12:34 PM
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All along in the last hundred years high ranking politicians, even some low ranking ones, have been using their position to get things done that benefit them and their friends and relatives. Now, doing favors to get campaign money is extremely common.



posted on Oct, 19 2019 @ 01:29 PM
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a reply to: network dude

Oh, there were brazillions of 'em.




posted on Oct, 19 2019 @ 01:47 PM
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a reply to: network dude

A) Joe Biden did not personally benefit from the firing.. also the US government had been after that prosecutor for years.. there was no evidence that hunter Biden had anything to do with anything criminal..


Trump wanted to trade military aid for an investigation into his personal political opponent, WITHOUT ANY EVIDENCE OF CRIMINALITY GOING IN...



That is literally by definition a witch hunt..



Trumps “I know you are but what am I “ arguments are just soooo childish and lazy..

He doesn’t even go out and find a conspiracy theory involving a democrat that seems to have legs... noooooo


He just says “I didn’t do that!! They did!” I mean damn that is lazy..


Trump is accused of colluding with the Russians..

His rebuttal??

“I didn’t collude with the russians Hillary did!!”


Lol


Trump is accused or using tax dollars to fake an investigation into the Bidens to help him politically..

Trumps rebuttal??

“I didn’t collude with Ukrainians! Biden colluded with the Ukrainians.. “


Trumps is accused of sexual assault be a bunch of very questionable characters??


Trumps rebuttal??

“I didn’t sexually assault people, Bill Clinton sexually assaulted people..”


Literally he just says “I know you are but what am I”, and the trumpettes just lap it up.. lol



posted on Oct, 19 2019 @ 01:50 PM
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So it is perfectly acceptable to Use tax dollars to get Ukraine to investigate The Bidens WITH NO EVIDENCE OF WRONG DOING, but all the investigations against trump are witch hunts...even though they Atleast come with specific accusations and indictments and such..


Trump has indicted no one..

Not one pedophile ring busted, not one bigwig politician taken down..


Hell, not even the nobodies trump accused of planting evidence against him are in any trouble at all..



BWAHAHAHA



posted on Oct, 19 2019 @ 04:20 PM
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originally posted by: JustJohnny
a reply to: network dude

So it is perfectly acceptable to Use tax dollars to get Ukraine to investigate The Bidens WITH NO EVIDENCE OF WRONG DOING, but all the investigations against trump are witch hunts...even though they Atleast come with specific accusations and indictments and such..


Trump has indicted no one..

Not one pedophile ring busted, not one bigwig politician taken down..


Hell, not even the nobodies trump accused of planting evidence against him are in any trouble at all..



BWAHAHAHA



Dood, I'm sorry, I didn't mean to trigger or offend you so much with such a simple question.

Check this out. Biden may indeed have profited from this by way of his boy keeping such a kushy easy job that paid fairly well. He didn't directly, but his boy may have. I know you lack the big "I" bigley, so this isn't directed at you at all, but for those with the big "I", if the was Trump's boy, I have a sneaking suspicion that you all might want it at least looked into. If you don't agree with that, cool, but explain how you are certain this isn't or wasn't a problem.

but for you John, a witch hunt? Are you sure you want to use that terminology? Like a 2.5 year, multi million dollar investigation that netted no charges for Trump? Is that what you mean by witch hunt? LOL, if you didn't say it, I wouldn't have believed you would.



posted on Oct, 19 2019 @ 04:23 PM
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originally posted by: chr0naut
a reply to: network dude

Oh, there were brazillions of 'em.




One or two instances would shut down my inquiry. As I said, this may be common place, like with holding aid until you get what you want. If it's never happened before, it's a big problem. If it's normal, then no big deal, right?



posted on Oct, 19 2019 @ 07:33 PM
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originally posted by: network dude

originally posted by: chr0naut
a reply to: network dude

Oh, there were brazillions of 'em.




One or two instances would shut down my inquiry. As I said, this may be common place, like with holding aid until you get what you want. If it's never happened before, it's a big problem. If it's normal, then no big deal, right?


Withholding aid, as a tool for diplomatic leverage is allowable, but only if it is for the national interest.

Using political power for personal gain is something else.



posted on Oct, 19 2019 @ 07:59 PM
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originally posted by: network dude
I think this is a fair question. If it's perfectly acceptable for the Vice President of the United States to pressure a foreign country to fire a law enforcement person in their country, as Biden bragged about doing, then this must be common practice. I mean, if this was the only time this happened with Joe Biden, and his Son's employer just happened to be in the prosecutors cross hairs, that would look kind of bad, even if you are a forever Trump hater. (Unless you lack integrity of any kind)

So in order to clear Biden of this odd looking incident, how about we hear from those who champion Trump's removal. If Trump had no business looking into this, then we will all know and understand things as they truly are. But if this was the only time this happened, the optics alone, sure look as if Trump NOT doing this would be more of an issue.

I honestly don't know the answer here. So if this is common practice, and Biden and other VP's have done this same thing in the past, then it would make Trump's inquiry look a bit more like a political hit. So I'll admit that at the start. But if it's not common at all, wouldn't others have to admit that investigating this would be the proper thing to do? I ask, you decide.


They all need to be locked up. You have to start somewhere and Trump has opened the door numerous times. Hopefully impeachment will set off a firestorm where they all get held accountable in the foreseeable future.



posted on Oct, 19 2019 @ 08:11 PM
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Well, I know Dan Quayle did try to correct what he thought was a misspelling of potato...Really he was just messing with the kid, but was blown out of proportion by the media and Murphy Brown. Strangest of all was when he attacked Murphy Brown as being a poor role model for family unity. And Candice Bergman decided to point out that Murphy Brown was a fictional character to Quayle as if he didn’t know.



posted on Oct, 20 2019 @ 04:39 PM
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originally posted by: chr0naut

originally posted by: network dude

originally posted by: chr0naut
a reply to: network dude

Oh, there were brazillions of 'em.




One or two instances would shut down my inquiry. As I said, this may be common place, like with holding aid until you get what you want. If it's never happened before, it's a big problem. If it's normal, then no big deal, right?


Withholding aid, as a tool for diplomatic leverage is allowable, but only if it is for the national interest.

Using political power for personal gain is something else.



wasn't finding and ending corruption in the 2016 election something that was of national interest not long ago? or is that just depending on who is looking?



posted on Oct, 21 2019 @ 01:45 PM
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originally posted by: network dude

originally posted by: chr0naut

originally posted by: network dude

originally posted by: chr0naut
a reply to: network dude

Oh, there were brazillions of 'em.




One or two instances would shut down my inquiry. As I said, this may be common place, like with holding aid until you get what you want. If it's never happened before, it's a big problem. If it's normal, then no big deal, right?


Withholding aid, as a tool for diplomatic leverage is allowable, but only if it is for the national interest.

Using political power for personal gain is something else.



wasn't finding and ending corruption in the 2016 election something that was of national interest not long ago? or is that just depending on who is looking?


The finding of, and removal of, corruption has been part of the American Constitutional balance of powers and three branch government, for 230 years. It is part of an ongoing process. All those oversight committees in Congress, what do you think their primary roles are? What about all those judicial reviews of Executive Orders and Presidential pronouncements and of bills before Congress?

Just because a mega rich casino boss, real estate mogul and game show host is pretending to be 'the good guy', doesn't make it so.

How do you think he got to have so much money? Goodness and honesty? Why is he withholding his tax and financial records? Why are people in his inner circle now in jail?

edit on 21/10/2019 by chr0naut because: (no reason given)



posted on Oct, 22 2019 @ 06:21 AM
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a reply to: chr0naut

lol, with nothing but your hatred for Trump driving you, a list of unproven lies is all you have.

I think there is some Truth to the statement that Trump could cure cancer, and you would be angry at him for stealing money from chemotherapy doctors.



posted on Oct, 24 2019 @ 09:42 PM
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originally posted by: network dude
a reply to: chr0naut

lol, with nothing but your hatred for Trump driving you, a list of unproven lies is all you have.

I think there is some Truth to the statement that Trump could cure cancer, and you would be angry at him for stealing money from chemotherapy doctors.


Kinda says it all...


edit on 24/10/2019 by chr0naut because: How fine do they have to grind him up to make the anti-cancer medicine?





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