Donald Trump’s shamed name.

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Donald Trump’s shamed name.

When Jews hear the name “Haman”, when Norwegians hear of Quisling, when Americans hear of Benedict Arnold, it evokes their passionate hatred and sense of disgust. I expect that will be the case for the name of Trump in the United States.
Even if the case against Trump fails to entirely satisfy the senate, there’s no doubt that President Donald Trump did incite his followers to riot. Republicans are shamed for what they unleased upon our nation.
Respectfully, Supposn

Note the biblical story of Esther: In ancient Persia. Haman, the King’s chief advisor, sought to have all of Persia’s Jews slaughtered. Eichmann and Hitler weren’t the first to propose such plans.
You realize you are nuts right. :cuckoo: 74 million Americans disagree with you. :itsok:
74 million is impressive until you realize there are 81 million who thought otherwise
on 50 million of those votes were legitimate.
It is a well documented FACT that Trump tried to fix the election results and pressured election officials to change results.

His “supposed” 74 million votes are highly suspect
 

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Donald Trump’s shamed name.

When Jews hear the name “Haman”, when Norwegians hear of Quisling, when Americans hear of Benedict Arnold, it evokes their passionate hatred and sense of disgust. I expect that will be the case for the name of Trump in the United States.
Even if the case against Trump fails to entirely satisfy the senate, there’s no doubt that President Donald Trump did incite his followers to riot. Republicans are shamed for what they unleased upon our nation.
Respectfully, Supposn

Note the biblical story of Esther: In ancient Persia. Haman, the King’s chief advisor, sought to have all of Persia’s Jews slaughtered. Eichmann and Hitler weren’t the first to propose such plans.
You realize you are nuts right. :cuckoo: 74 million Americans disagree with you. :itsok:
74 million is impressive until you realize there are 81 million who thought otherwise
on 50 million of those votes were legitimate.
It is a well documented FACT that Trump tried to fix the election results and pressured election officials to change results.

His “supposed” 74 million votes are highly suspect
It's documented that he didn't, NAZI. If anyone "pressured" election officials or "fixed" the election results, it was Biden.
 

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Donald Trump’s shamed name.

When Jews hear the name “Haman”, when Norwegians hear of Quisling, when Americans hear of Benedict Arnold, it evokes their passionate hatred and sense of disgust. I expect that will be the case for the name of Trump in the United States.
Even if the case against Trump fails to entirely satisfy the senate, there’s no doubt that President Donald Trump did incite his followers to riot. Republicans are shamed for what they unleased upon our nation.
Respectfully, Supposn

Note the biblical story of Esther: In ancient Persia. Haman, the King’s chief advisor, sought to have all of Persia’s Jews slaughtered. Eichmann and Hitler weren’t the first to propose such plans.
You realize you are nuts right. :cuckoo: 74 million Americans disagree with you. :itsok:
74 million is impressive until you realize there are 81 million who thought otherwise
LOL right 81 million :auiqs.jpg:
 

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Donald Trump’s shamed name.

When Jews hear the name “Haman”, when Norwegians hear of Quisling, when Americans hear of Benedict Arnold, it evokes their passionate hatred and sense of disgust. I expect that will be the case for the name of Trump in the United States.
Even if the case against Trump fails to entirely satisfy the senate, there’s no doubt that President Donald Trump did incite his followers to riot. Republicans are shamed for what they unleased upon our nation.
Respectfully, Supposn

Note the biblical story of Esther: In ancient Persia. Haman, the King’s chief advisor, sought to have all of Persia’s Jews slaughtered. Eichmann and Hitler weren’t the first to propose such plans.
You realize you are nuts right. :cuckoo: 74 million Americans disagree with you. :itsok:
74 million is impressive until you realize there are 81 million who thought otherwise
LOL right 81 million :auiqs.jpg:
Trump being able to supposedly get 74 million is highly suspect given his record of threatening and bribing election officials
 

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Donald Trump’s shamed name.

When Jews hear the name “Haman”, when Norwegians hear of Quisling, when Americans hear of Benedict Arnold, it evokes their passionate hatred and sense of disgust. I expect that will be the case for the name of Trump in the United States.
Even if the case against Trump fails to entirely satisfy the senate, there’s no doubt that President Donald Trump did incite his followers to riot. Republicans are shamed for what they unleased upon our nation.
Respectfully, Supposn

Note the biblical story of Esther: In ancient Persia. Haman, the King’s chief advisor, sought to have all of Persia’s Jews slaughtered. Eichmann and Hitler weren’t the first to propose such plans.
You realize you are nuts right. :cuckoo: 74 million Americans disagree with you. :itsok:
74 million is impressive until you realize there are 81 million who thought otherwise
on 50 million of those votes were legitimate.
It is a well documented FACT that Trump tried to fix the election results and pressured election officials to change results.

His “supposed” 74 million votes are highly suspect
It's documented that he didn't, NAZI. If anyone "pressured" election officials or "fixed" the election results, it was Biden.
No record of Biden calling election officials and pressuring them to “find the votes”

That would be Trump
 

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Donald Trump’s shamed name.

When Jews hear the name “Haman”, when Norwegians hear of Quisling, when Americans hear of Benedict Arnold, it evokes their passionate hatred and sense of disgust. I expect that will be the case for the name of Trump in the United States.
Even if the case against Trump fails to entirely satisfy the senate, there’s no doubt that President Donald Trump did incite his followers to riot. Republicans are shamed for what they unleased upon our nation.
Respectfully, Supposn

Note the biblical story of Esther: In ancient Persia. Haman, the King’s chief advisor, sought to have all of Persia’s Jews slaughtered. Eichmann and Hitler weren’t the first to propose such plans.
All I gotta say is Joe 'Rat Fuck' Biden.

:dance:
 

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Donald Trump’s shamed name.

When Jews hear the name “Haman”, when Norwegians hear of Quisling, when Americans hear of Benedict Arnold, it evokes their passionate hatred and sense of disgust. I expect that will be the case for the name of Trump in the United States.
Even if the case against Trump fails to entirely satisfy the senate, there’s no doubt that President Donald Trump did incite his followers to riot. Republicans are shamed for what they unleased upon our nation.
Respectfully, Supposn

Note the biblical story of Esther: In ancient Persia. Haman, the King’s chief advisor, sought to have all of Persia’s Jews slaughtered. Eichmann and Hitler weren’t the first to propose such plans.
You realize you are nuts right. :cuckoo: 74 million Americans disagree with you. :itsok:
74 million is impressive until you realize there are 81 million who thought otherwise
LOL right 81 million :auiqs.jpg:
Trump being able to supposedly get 74 million is highly suspect given his record of threatening and bribing election officials
Classic liberal projection, fail.
 

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McConnell a lib projecting?
Donald Trump is 'damaged goods' and Mitch McConnell wants him gone forever: report
In a deep dive for the New Yorker, journalist Jane Mayer wrote that former Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-KY) wants to sever all ties between the Republican Party and former President Donald Trump because of the damage he has done to the party.

In interviews with associates of McConnell, they point out that McConnell has always loathed Trump but saw him as a means to end to stack the courts and advance his own agenda, but after the loss of the two Senate seats in Georgia that were held by Republicans and the storming of the U.S. Capitol, he wants Trump banished from the GOP.

As Mayer reports, "Unnamed associates revealed to reporters on Capitol Hill that McConnell was no longer speaking to Trump, and might vote to convict him if the impeachment process moved to a Senate trial," before adding that Rep. John Yarmuth (D-KY) relayed, "Three years ago, I said he'd wait until Trump was an existential threat to the Party, and then cut him loose. He's been furious with Trump for a long time. Many who know him have talked with him about how much he hates Trump."

As it stands now, McConnell would like to see Trump impeached -- as well as banned from running for office again -- as long as he is not blamed for it.

"Any pretense that McConnell could maintain control over Trump or over the Party's fate unravelled after the 2020 election," Mayer wrote. "McConnell was caught between denouncing Trump's lies and alienating his supporters, thereby risking the loss of the two Senate seats in the Georgia runoff. Faced with a choice between truth and self-interest, McConnell opted for the latter."

With the loss of the seats -- costing McConnell his Majority Leader spot -- as well as the Trump-inspired attack on the Capitol that left five dead and the country horrified, McConnell has realized that the ex-president has outlived his usefulness.

"There is no going back now. He has decided to cut his losses, and do what he can to make sure Trump is no longer a threat to the Republican Party," political consultant Jim Manley suggested before adding that Republicans "have gotten as much out of Trump as they can, and it's now time to make sure Trump is damaged goods."

"If McConnell can muster the additional sixteen Republican votes necessary for a conviction—doing so requires the assent of two-thirds of the Senate, and the fifty Democratic senators are expected to vote as a bloc—he will have effectively purged Trump from the Party," Mayer wrote. "Moreover, after a conviction, the Senate could hold a second vote, to bar Trump permanently from running for any federal office. Such a move might strengthen McConnell's clout within the Party and help his wing of traditional Republicans reëstablish itself as the face of the G.O.P."

You can read more here.
 

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In interviews with associates of McConnell, they point out that McConnell has always loathed Trump but saw him as a means to end to stack the courts and advance his own agenda, but after the loss of the two Senate seats in Georgia that were held by Republicans and the storming of the U.S. Capitol, he wants Trump banished from the GOP.
Republicans could use the impeachment to ban Trump from the Party once and for all. It would solve the “Trump Problem”

But Mitch seems to lack the balls to come right out and say it. Republicans still fear Trump and they will once again let him slide.

They will regret it in 2024 as Trump once again trashes the Party
 

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Donald Trump’s shamed name.

When Jews hear the name “Haman”, when Norwegians hear of Quisling, when Americans hear of Benedict Arnold, it evokes their passionate hatred and sense of disgust. I expect that will be the case for the name of Trump in the United States.
Even if the case against Trump fails to entirely satisfy the senate, there’s no doubt that President Donald Trump did incite his followers to riot. Republicans are shamed for what they unleased upon our nation.
Respectfully, Supposn

Note the biblical story of Esther: In ancient Persia. Haman, the King’s chief advisor, sought to have all of Persia’s Jews slaughtered. Eichmann and Hitler weren’t the first to propose such plans.
You realize you are nuts right. :cuckoo: 74 million Americans disagree with you. :itsok:
74 million is impressive until you realize there are 81 million who thought otherwise
There's no way that 81 million people voted for Biden. We both know that the election was fraudulent, you're just too dishonest to admit it.
 

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But 75 million voted for Trump ?? Lots of AH's around but 75 million??
 

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Donald Trump’s shamed name.

When Jews hear the name “Haman”, when Norwegians hear of Quisling, when Americans hear of Benedict Arnold, it evokes their passionate hatred and sense of disgust. I expect that will be the case for the name of Trump in the United States.
Even if the case against Trump fails to entirely satisfy the senate, there’s no doubt that President Donald Trump did incite his followers to riot. Republicans are shamed for what they unleased upon our nation.
Respectfully, Supposn

Note the biblical story of Esther: In ancient Persia. Haman, the King’s chief advisor, sought to have all of Persia’s Jews slaughtered. Eichmann and Hitler weren’t the first to propose such plans.
You realize you are nuts right. :cuckoo: 74 million Americans disagree with you. :itsok:
74 million is impressive until you realize there are 81 million who thought otherwise
on 50 million of those votes were legitimate.
It is a well documented FACT that Trump tried to fix the election results and pressured election officials to change results.

His “supposed” 74 million votes are highly suspect
It's documented that he didn't, NAZI. If anyone "pressured" election officials or "fixed" the election results, it was Biden.
No record of Biden calling election officials and pressuring them to “find the votes”

That would be Trump
Nah, Donald didn't REALLY do that. Fake News!! :laugh:

 

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McConnell a lib projecting?
Donald Trump is 'damaged goods' and Mitch McConnell wants him gone forever: report
In a deep dive for the New Yorker, journalist Jane Mayer wrote that former Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-KY) wants to sever all ties between the Republican Party and former President Donald Trump because of the damage he has done to the party.

In interviews with associates of McConnell, they point out that McConnell has always loathed Trump but saw him as a means to end to stack the courts and advance his own agenda, but after the loss of the two Senate seats in Georgia that were held by Republicans and the storming of the U.S. Capitol, he wants Trump banished from the GOP.

As Mayer reports, "Unnamed associates revealed to reporters on Capitol Hill that McConnell was no longer speaking to Trump, and might vote to convict him if the impeachment process moved to a Senate trial," before adding that Rep. John Yarmuth (D-KY) relayed, "Three years ago, I said he'd wait until Trump was an existential threat to the Party, and then cut him loose. He's been furious with Trump for a long time. Many who know him have talked with him about how much he hates Trump."

As it stands now, McConnell would like to see Trump impeached -- as well as banned from running for office again -- as long as he is not blamed for it.

"Any pretense that McConnell could maintain control over Trump or over the Party's fate unravelled after the 2020 election," Mayer wrote. "McConnell was caught between denouncing Trump's lies and alienating his supporters, thereby risking the loss of the two Senate seats in the Georgia runoff. Faced with a choice between truth and self-interest, McConnell opted for the latter."

With the loss of the seats -- costing McConnell his Majority Leader spot -- as well as the Trump-inspired attack on the Capitol that left five dead and the country horrified, McConnell has realized that the ex-president has outlived his usefulness.

"There is no going back now. He has decided to cut his losses, and do what he can to make sure Trump is no longer a threat to the Republican Party," political consultant Jim Manley suggested before adding that Republicans "have gotten as much out of Trump as they can, and it's now time to make sure Trump is damaged goods."

"If McConnell can muster the additional sixteen Republican votes necessary for a conviction—doing so requires the assent of two-thirds of the Senate, and the fifty Democratic senators are expected to vote as a bloc—he will have effectively purged Trump from the Party," Mayer wrote. "Moreover, after a conviction, the Senate could hold a second vote, to bar Trump permanently from running for any federal office. Such a move might strengthen McConnell's clout within the Party and help his wing of traditional Republicans reëstablish itself as the face of the G.O.P."

You can read more here.
Mitch is a clever, self-interested little reptile. He sees the corporate donations drying up and a forever stain on the GOP if they don't jettison the Dotard.
 

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The country will never recover until the democrats are executed like the communists they are.
 

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Donald Trump will go down in history as one of the worst Presidents ever ... but not because of any poll one may take this year or next. His name is poison to many — his Jan. 6th conduct shameful to the overwhelming majority. Over time this opinion will probably become fixed in history.

Here I am assuming our country recovers its balance and re-energizes its Republican traditions and place as a leading democratic society.

Of course it is also possible we will yet have a far worse-than-Trump president, even a “neo-liberal” or “neo-conservative” who stumbles into a nuclear war. It is also certainly possible the country will truly degenerate one day into a Putin-like “illiberal democracy” or even a fascist dictatorship. In such a case the “reputation” of Trump may be re-evaluated and even honored. Yes, I fear that is also very possible.
He didn't do anything wrong on January 6th or any other day---but watch you goofy trump haters try to imply and flat out lie that he did. Don't think america hasn't caught on to your stupid stunt.
 

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Donald Trump’s shamed name.

When Jews hear the name “Haman”, when Norwegians hear of Quisling, when Americans hear of Benedict Arnold, it evokes their passionate hatred and sense of disgust. I expect that will be the case for the name of Trump in the United States.
Even if the case against Trump fails to entirely satisfy the senate, there’s no doubt that President Donald Trump did incite his followers to riot. Republicans are shamed for what they unleased upon our nation.
Respectfully, Supposn

Note the biblical story of Esther: In ancient Persia. Haman, the King’s chief advisor, sought to have all of Persia’s Jews slaughtered. Eichmann and Hitler weren’t the first to propose such plans.
I was 11 when they caught eichmann
On our old grainy tv seeing him in that glass cage
Occasionally showing stacks of Jews in heaps
 
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... There's no way that 81 million people voted for Biden. We both know that the election was fraudulent, you're just too dishonest to admit it.
Muhammed, I’m opposed to both the left and right “lunatic fringes” of USA's political spectrum.
I suppose you align yourself and are posting on behalf of the right-wing lunatic fringes. Respectfully supposn
 

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Donald Trump’s shamed name.

When Jews hear the name “Haman”, when Norwegians hear of Quisling, when Americans hear of Benedict Arnold, it evokes their passionate hatred and sense of disgust. I expect that will be the case for the name of Trump in the United States.
Even if the case against Trump fails to entirely satisfy the senate, there’s no doubt that President Donald Trump did incite his followers to riot. Republicans are shamed for what they unleased upon our nation.
Respectfully, Supposn

Note the biblical story of Esther: In ancient Persia. Haman, the King’s chief advisor, sought to have all of Persia’s Jews slaughtered. Eichmann and Hitler weren’t the first to propose such plans.
You realize you are nuts right. :cuckoo: 74 million Americans disagree with you. :itsok:
74 million is impressive until you realize there are 81 million who thought otherwise
on 50 million of those votes were legitimate.
It is a well documented FACT that Trump tried to fix the election results and pressured election officials to change results.

His “supposed” 74 million votes are highly suspect
It's documented that he didn't, NAZI. If anyone "pressured" election officials or "fixed" the election results, it was Biden.
No record of Biden calling election officials and pressuring them to “find the votes”

That would be Trump
Nah, Donald didn't REALLY do that. Fake News!! :laugh:

We all know that this claim is a myth.
 

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