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Mike Mcdee

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  1. It's not, but you knew that. Looting/rioting are different from protests to police actions against segments of the populations. Just like I know that there were people on Jan. 6th just there to attend a rally and others there to try and prevent the peaceful transfer of power as require by our constitution.
  2. You are right. I missed the primary in the quote. I thought he said she had a tough opponent, meaning the general. I'll read and bold more carefully in the future.
  3. https://www.nbcnews.com/politics/2020-election/democrat-running-against-qanon-supporting-republican-georgia-drops-out-race-n1239922 The one you posted was from the primary runoff. So basically unopposed in the general.
  4. Didn't she win unopposed? Her opponent moved out of state and thus was disqualified from running.
  5. So I've been watching it online and it looks like only the first 4 episodes have been released. Not sure if the rest are elsewhere, but what is out now has been really informative about the origins of Q, 4chan, 8chan, and now 8kun. It feels like what I have suspected all along; just a long troll job. A ruse to push the boundaries of what is considered legal speech to the detriment of our country.
  6. I wonder why he could pull up the quote so quickly. It's almost like they had sent up a Flair in his memory.
  7. I watched this segment on The Hill. At about the 6:00 minute mark they discuss what Trump has turned a populist movement/ideology into. Saagar warns that she has become an accurately representative representative. Meaning what she believes, many other people in the GOP base believe. Whether it's being a Sandy Hook truther, 9/11 truther, or a Stoneman Douglas truther, she is a believer in these being false flag events. At about 10:35 mark he makes the statement that "She, by far more than anyone else in the caucus, represents the future of the party."
  8. Just a heads up, I'm not a liberal. Fiscal conservative and social moderate would be where I land. And I think Trump did more than just act irresponsibly and make ridiculous claims. He attempted to put words into action with his calls to election officials. "Just find the votes. You can say there was a miscalculation". He invited his followers to Washington D.C. to hear him talk about his 2024 run? Nope, he and his surrogates just pointed that crowd in the direction of the Capitol Building. He told them he was coming with them.
  9. So are you absolving Trump of any and all culpability in the statements made and attempted actions after November 3rd in his attempts to find ways to stay in power? Absolving him of his false claims of wide spread of election fraud on the American people? I don't want a rebuttal that includes any what-aboutisms or false equivalencies. And as for the bolded: I love the fact that in our great country we have the freedom to speak freely, even if that speech is offensive. Even if that speech is classified as "Hate Speech", the government can't stop you from speaking it. But all speec
  10. I think in this case the relief they were seeking was to stop violations of the emoluments clause. Since he is no longer in office, the relief they are seeking is moot. At least that is what I understand from the ruling.
  11. I'm not talking any conspiracy theory that he kneecapped Capitol Police. It seems they weren't prepared for what was coming their way. The rally for Trump was about a mile away. If they believed that is where it would stay, and that is how they staffed/armored up, it was an underestimation as to what that crowd was capable of. I am just wondering here what Trump knew, when did he know it, and what did he do with that information. From all accounts, Trump had been trying anything he could to stay in power; pressuring election officials, filing lawsuits without evidence or merit, and sometimes w
  12. For a while now, I have wondered if any of the warnings of what was being discussed online/between groups about the attempted coup was brought up in intelligence briefings to the president while he was in office. For the past 2 1/2 months, I've seen posts on social media from people I know talking about "They just don't know what's coming" "The day of reckoning is upon us". This wasn't a novel idea for those that showed up on 1/6 and the president didn't help stomp out these theories and discussions. He for months whittled away peoples trust in our election process and thus our democracy. In
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