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Trump and his cabinet/buffoonery- Get your bunkers ready!

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8 hours ago, visionary said:

 

 

What a complete fraud. 

 

Why not ask Steve King what he thinks? They'll end up voting the same way. 

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Only an autocrat if it’s true. That’s dirty fake news. By the media the ENEMY of the people! Also autocracy isn’t a crime. He has freedom of speech just like everyone else. Also we want him to be President forever cause, if that’s the case, we will never have to worry about another negro in the White House. It’s called that for a reason. 

 

Hail hydra

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11 hours ago, Cooked Crack said:
This dude stays bringing up a third term. Definitely not an autocrat tho.

 

It is a psychological ploy on his part (as is much of what he says is) to make the idea of him winning a 2nd term seem pre-ordained.  By having you thinking about what happens at the end of this 2nd term, he's putting it into people's minds that him having a 2nd term is already determined.

 

And people will say things like that don't affect them, but it does.  He's working to minimize people's efforts (give money, donate time, damper enthusiasm) to beat him by "tricking" them psychologically accept that he's going to get a 2nd term.

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If Trump refuses to leave, storm the WH and forceably remove him.

 

If his supporters attempt to block the new president from taking office,  send in the troops. If it means civil war, so be it.

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Prosecutors already have too much power. Ginsburg and Gorsuch demolished the states case on this one. It’s too bad that the rest voted to uphold dual sovereignty for prosecuting the same crime at the state and federal level. 

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Possible amateur legal reasoning that might work concerning what to do, when one crime violates two laws. 

 

The constitution doesn't forbid convicting someone for two laws, it prohibits re-trying something that a jury has ruled on. 

 

How about, if someone commits a crime that violates both state and federal law, then they're allowed to bring him into the second courtroom, but the jury's ruling as to whether he did it still stands?  They can have a second trial, but there's no jury. The trial consists of the judge ruling on whether the actions which he was convicted of, also violated this other law. 

 

Or I could see a slightly different rule. Yes, they can have a second trial, to see if he violated this other law but, if the first jury ruled that "he didn't do it", then he didn't do it. He can only be tried in the second courtroom, if he was convicted (or hung jury) in the first one. 

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Vote for a clown, expect a clown show.

 

A Raytheon lobbyist taking over DoD after a Boeing executive resigns sounds about right.

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