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I think this says it all.  MAGA.  They're turning the freaking frogs gay!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

 

https://www.newsweek.com/trump-voters-trust-infowars-much-new-york-times-washington-post-poll-1331958

TRUMP VOTERS TRUST INFOWARS AS MUCH AS THE NEW YORK TIMES AND WASHINGTON POST, POLL SHOWS

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2 hours ago, Warhippy said:

lol already economists are coming out saying where trump will get his border wall money.

 

Food stamps and underprivileged programs and veterans services are the 1st two to have money taken from them

 

HAHAHAHAHA

Send the Bigot in Chief to the electric chair for his numerous crimes against humanity and sell PPV to watch that worthless piece of garbage fry.  There'd be enough money to set up a wall along the Canadian border too to keep those lunatics in the USA.

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1 hour ago, thedestroyerofworlds said:

I think this says it all.  MAGA.  They're turning the freaking frogs gay!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

 

https://www.newsweek.com/trump-voters-trust-infowars-much-new-york-times-washington-post-poll-1331958

TRUMP VOTERS TRUST INFOWARS AS MUCH AS THE NEW YORK TIMES AND WASHINGTON POST, POLL SHOWS

Infowars’ Alex Jones ordered to undergo sworn deposition in case involving Sandy Hook parents

A Connecticut judge has ruled that Infowars host Alex Jones must undergo a sworn deposition in the defamation case brought against him by family members of Sandy Hook school shooting victims.

 

Discussions on Jones’ web show have called the Sandy Hook Elementary School massacre a hoax, and lawsuits by families of eight victims and a first responder say they’ve been subjected to harassment and death threats from Jones’ followers.

 

The superior court judge also ruled Wednesday that the families can depose several other defendants in the case, including those critical to Infowars’ business operations.

 

Jones has defended the discussions on his show. He has cited First Amendment rights and says he believes the shooting happened.

 

https://globalnews.ca/news/4959748/infowars-alex-jones-deposition-sandy-hook/

 

 

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For those who were debating Trump's eating habits.

 

What everyone can see for themselves is now official.

 

At 243 pounds, Trump is now officially obese

Last Updated Thursday, February 14, 2019 7:46PM EST
 

WASHINGTON -- U.S. President Donald Trump has put on some pounds and is now officially considered obese.

 

The White House on Thursday released results of his most recent physical, revealing that his Body Mass Index is now 30.4. That's based on the fact that he's now carrying 243 pounds on his 6-foot, 3-inch frame. That's up from 236 pounds in September 2016 before he became president.

 

An index rating of 30 is the level at which doctors consider someone obese under this commonly used formula. About 40 per cent of Americans are obese, and that raises their risk for heart disease, diabetes, stroke and some forms of cancer.

 

Trump doesn't drink alcohol or smoke, but he's not a big fan of the gym either. His primary form of exercise is golf. And he says he gets plenty of walking in around the White House complex.

 

As for his diet, Trump's love of fast food remains. Last month, he invited the college football champion Clemson Tigers to the White House during the partial government shutdown. With the White House kitchen too understaffed to cater a meal, Trump stepped in: He ordered burgers, french fries and pizza.

 

Despite gaining four pounds from last year, Dr. Sean Conley, the president's physician, said the 72-year-old president "remains in very good health overall."

His resting heart rate is 70 beats a minute and his blood pressure reading was 118 over 80, well within the normal range.

 

Conley said routine lab tests were performed and Trump's liver, kidney and thyroid functions are all normal as were his electrolytes and blood counts. An electrocardiogram, a test that measures electrical activity generated by the heart as it beats, remained unchanged from last year.

 

"Despite the fact that he's obese, his blood pressure is normal," said Dr. Mariell Jessup, the Heart Association's chief science and medical officer.

 

Using the association's heart risk calculator, "he has a 17 per cent chance of developing cardiovascular disease in the next 10 years," mostly because of his age and slightly elevated bad cholesterol, she said.

 

Modern-day presidents have undergone regular exams to catch any potential problems but also to assure the public that they are fit for office. Trump went to Walter Reed National Military Medical Center last week for his second periodic physical, which lasted about four hours. During his exam, he received a flu shot and an inoculation to help prevent shingles, a viral infection that causes a painful rash.

 

"I performed and supervised the evaluation with a panel of 11 different board-certified specialists," Conley wrote in a memorandum to the White House. "He did not undergo any procedures requiring sedation or anesthesia."

 

His cholesterol reading improved since last year.

 

At his physical in January 2018, his total cholesterol was 223, which his higher than recommended, even though he was taking a low dose of the statin drug Crestor to help lower so-called "bad" cholesterol and fats. Last year, his doctor said he would increase that dose in an effort to get Trump's bad cholesterol reading of 143 down below 120.

 

Now, Trump's total cholesterol is down to 196, yet his LDL or "bad" cholesterol is 122 -- slightly elevated. Conley said he planned to increase the dosage of a statin drug to 40 milligrams a day to bring the president's cholesterol reading down further.

 

Dr. Robert Eckel, a former American Heart Association president and cardiologist at the University of Colorado, said he would aim for an LDL below 100.

"Losing some weight would help modify some of the risk factors for heart disease," Eckel said. "A 20- to 25-pound weight loss would be what I'd recommend if he were my patient. And that's not a quick fix."

 

https://www.ctvnews.ca/world/at-243-pounds-trump-is-now-officially-obese-1.4297820

 

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5 minutes ago, nuckin_futz said:

Infowars’ Alex Jones ordered to undergo sworn deposition in case involving Sandy Hook parents

A Connecticut judge has ruled that Infowars host Alex Jones must undergo a sworn deposition in the defamation case brought against him by family members of Sandy Hook school shooting victims.

 

Discussions on Jones’ web show have called the Sandy Hook Elementary School massacre a hoax, and lawsuits by families of eight victims and a first responder say they’ve been subjected to harassment and death threats from Jones’ followers.

 

The superior court judge also ruled Wednesday that the families can depose several other defendants in the case, including those critical to Infowars’ business operations.

 

Jones has defended the discussions on his show. He has cited First Amendment rights and says he believes the shooting happened.

 

https://globalnews.ca/news/4959748/infowars-alex-jones-deposition-sandy-hook/

 

 

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For those who were debating Trump's eating habits.

 

What everyone can see for themselves is now official.

 

At 243 pounds, Trump is now officially obese

Last Updated Thursday, February 14, 2019 7:46PM EST
 

WASHINGTON -- U.S. President Donald Trump has put on some pounds and is now officially considered obese.

 

The White House on Thursday released results of his most recent physical, revealing that his Body Mass Index is now 30.4. That's based on the fact that he's now carrying 243 pounds on his 6-foot, 3-inch frame. That's up from 236 pounds in September 2016 before he became president.

 

An index rating of 30 is the level at which doctors consider someone obese under this commonly used formula. About 40 per cent of Americans are obese, and that raises their risk for heart disease, diabetes, stroke and some forms of cancer.

 

Trump doesn't drink alcohol or smoke, but he's not a big fan of the gym either. His primary form of exercise is golf. And he says he gets plenty of walking in around the White House complex.

 

As for his diet, Trump's love of fast food remains. Last month, he invited the college football champion Clemson Tigers to the White House during the partial government shutdown. With the White House kitchen too understaffed to cater a meal, Trump stepped in: He ordered burgers, french fries and pizza.

 

Despite gaining four pounds from last year, Dr. Sean Conley, the president's physician, said the 72-year-old president "remains in very good health overall."

His resting heart rate is 70 beats a minute and his blood pressure reading was 118 over 80, well within the normal range.

 

Conley said routine lab tests were performed and Trump's liver, kidney and thyroid functions are all normal as were his electrolytes and blood counts. An electrocardiogram, a test that measures electrical activity generated by the heart as it beats, remained unchanged from last year.

 

"Despite the fact that he's obese, his blood pressure is normal," said Dr. Mariell Jessup, the Heart Association's chief science and medical officer.

 

Using the association's heart risk calculator, "he has a 17 per cent chance of developing cardiovascular disease in the next 10 years," mostly because of his age and slightly elevated bad cholesterol, she said.

 

Modern-day presidents have undergone regular exams to catch any potential problems but also to assure the public that they are fit for office. Trump went to Walter Reed National Military Medical Center last week for his second periodic physical, which lasted about four hours. During his exam, he received a flu shot and an inoculation to help prevent shingles, a viral infection that causes a painful rash.

 

"I performed and supervised the evaluation with a panel of 11 different board-certified specialists," Conley wrote in a memorandum to the White House. "He did not undergo any procedures requiring sedation or anesthesia."

 

His cholesterol reading improved since last year.

 

At his physical in January 2018, his total cholesterol was 223, which his higher than recommended, even though he was taking a low dose of the statin drug Crestor to help lower so-called "bad" cholesterol and fats. Last year, his doctor said he would increase that dose in an effort to get Trump's bad cholesterol reading of 143 down below 120.

 

Now, Trump's total cholesterol is down to 196, yet his LDL or "bad" cholesterol is 122 -- slightly elevated. Conley said he planned to increase the dosage of a statin drug to 40 milligrams a day to bring the president's cholesterol reading down further.

 

Dr. Robert Eckel, a former American Heart Association president and cardiologist at the University of Colorado, said he would aim for an LDL below 100.

"Losing some weight would help modify some of the risk factors for heart disease," Eckel said. "A 20- to 25-pound weight loss would be what I'd recommend if he were my patient. And that's not a quick fix."

 

https://www.ctvnews.ca/world/at-243-pounds-trump-is-now-officially-obese-1.4297820

 

What I'd like to see is his psychiatric results.  The guy is clearly mentally challenged, but is he legally insane?

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23 hours ago, HerrDrFunk said:

I guess mockingly whoopin and tomahawk chopping at a native guy doesn’t qualify.

 

Also, the report was commissioned by the diocese in charge of the school. Call me cynical but after everything that's come out about the Catholic church in the last decade alone, the investigation results may be a bit suspect.

Media and public dont want to wait for facts or investigation, instant gratification is what everyone wants.

Even Kentucky bishop condemned these kids and had to issue an apology later.

 

I like to wait for the facts to come out before commenting so I don’t look like an idiot.

Nowdays lot of people don’t have problem looking like idiots.

 

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5 hours ago, Warhippy said:

What really happened.

 

Lol quality and I do mean quality outlet you managed to scrape that from

 

Here's their front page.

 

Quality

 

http://www.newstandardpress.com/category/media/

See below

 

3 hours ago, thedestroyerofworlds said:

I think this says it all.  MAGA.  They're turning the freaking frogs gay!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

 

https://www.newsweek.com/trump-voters-trust-infowars-much-new-york-times-washington-post-poll-1331958

TRUMP VOTERS TRUST INFOWARS AS MUCH AS THE NEW YORK TIMES AND WASHINGTON POST, POLL SHOWS

Of course they do. The NYT and Wapo are worse than AJ because some people actually still take them seriously

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9 minutes ago, Bernards said:

 

See below

 

Of course they do. The NYT and Wapo are worse than AJ because some people actually still take them seriously

Of course you would think that.  The order you have is totally opposite of reality.  NYT and WaPo >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>  Infowars

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1 hour ago, CBH1926 said:

Media and public dont want to wait for facts or investigation, instant gratification is what everyone wants.

Even Kentucky bishop condemned these kids and had to issue an apology later.

 

I like to wait for the facts to come out before commenting so I don’t look like an idiot.

Nowdays lot of people don’t have problem looking like idiots.

 

And yet, in the videos, you can see a bunch of kids doing racist taunts towards a native man (which the report even admits). Does it not count if it isn't verbal?

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2 minutes ago, HerrDrFunk said:

And yet, in the videos, you can see a bunch of kids doing racist taunts towards a native man. Does it not count if it isn't verbal?

Why don't you provide a link and the time of the racist taunts?

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8 hours ago, Bernards said:

So scrape together a few jokes, a few uncomfortable facts and a few ex employees over the course of 50 years and bingo, you've got yourself a racist.

 

The case against Fred Trump was weak in 1973 and even weaker against DJT. All landlords were under scrutiny. Trumps buildings tenants matched the areas for diversity.

 

http://www.newstandardpress.com/did-trump-not-rent-to-black-people/

 

MEDIA MEME:

Donald Trump was a racist landlord who was sued by the U.S. Justice Department for not renting to African Americans. After he didn’t change his racist rental policies, the Dept. of Justice sued him again.

WHAT REALLY HAPPENED:

Fred Trump created a rental company, ran it for decades, and by 1973 it managed 14,382 apartments. By then, 17 African Americans had filed 15 complaints of discrimination in the application process. Also, four “testers” were sent to five Trump properties. They found that four rental employees discriminated. So in 1973, the Department of Justice filed a complaint against Fred Trump, Trump Management, and its new president, young Donald. At properties operated by them, almost 4.5% of tenants were black. One building had 40% black tenants. But five buildings had none. By 1974, the DOJ had collected accusations (formal, informal, and hearsay) by 43 accusers (named and unnamed) against 38 employees (out of hundreds) of Trump Management in 20 properties (out of 39), during 14 years. Three of them blamed Fred Trump. None of the 43 accusers blamed Donald Trump; there’s no evidence that he created or carried out discriminatory policies. In 1975, the Trumps began policies of affirmative action renting, to reach 10% black occupancy. By 1977, they exceeded this requirement. Finally, the DOJ closed the case for “lack of evidence” or new complaints.

This is why...

 

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Your source is a blog? Lol, this will be easy.

 

Let's start with the picture and what that's all about:

 

Bill Fugazy, at the time Trump’s real estate broker, created a new organization, the National Ethnic Coalition of Organizations, or NECO, and a new award, the Ellis Island Medal of HonorIt’s not clear precisely why Fugazy selected Trump to receive the medal in its inaugural year, save for their friendship and Trump’s success in business.

But Fugazy was working as a broker for Trump in 1986, helping him to purchase two new properties, a 1987 government ethics report revealed. Trump ultimately paid Fugazy more than $500,000 in fees.

 

Here's the picture in full:

 

NEW YORK - OCTOBER 27: (Left to Right) Joe DiMaggio, Victor Borge, Anita Bryant, Muhammad Ali, Rosa Parks, and Donald Trump pose for a photograph after receiving the Ellis Island Medal of Honor October 27, 1986 in New York City. (Photo by Yvonne Hemsey/Getty Images)

Wanna know who the lady in the middle is? anti-LGBT activitist Anita Bryant. Whoops.

 

So he won a reward from an organization started by his real estate broker in its first year of inauguration (and just after he had been taken to court yet again in the mid 1980s for trying to illegally evict tenants from one of his buildings - nice timing). 

 

Status: debunked.

 

On to your other point:

 

In 1975, the Trumps began policies of affirmative action renting, to reach 10% black occupancy. By 1977, they exceeded this requirement. Finally, the DOJ closed the case for “lack of evidence” or new complaints.

 

In 1974, the Trump organization had to sign a consent decree. Of course they began policies, they were forced to. 10% was part of the decree.

Here's an excerpt for you:

 

Other rental agents employed by the Trumps told the FBI that only 1 percent of tenants at the Trump-run Ocean Terrace Apartments were black, and that there were no black tenants at Lincoln Shore Apartments. Both were on Ocean Parkway in Brooklyn. However, minorities were steered to a different complex on Flatbush Avenue in Brooklyn, Patio Gardens, which was 40 percent black, the government said.

One black woman, for example, was turned away at a heavily white complex but told that she should “try to obtain an apartment at Patio Gardens,” where “a black judge had recently become a tenant,” according to government filings.

 

Hmmm, whoops. Easy to increase overall occupancy when you put all the minorities into the same buildings.

 

None of the 43 accusers blamed Donald Trump; there’s no evidence that he created or carried out discriminatory policies.

 

Lol, the employees have said they were instructed by upper management. What President of a real estate company is going to be the one interacting with potential tenants? What President will send out written information laying out racist policies? The Trump organization partook in racist policies, Fred and Donald fought the Federal government regarding a lawsuit stemming from these policies, until they signed an order to follow rules laid out by the government...which they later found to have broken again. The original consent decree expired before the Justice department collected enough evidence to pursue another case. 

 

The government ascertained quickly that the Trumps had failed to adhere to the terms of the decree and had apparently little intention of ever complying. A revolving-door roster of exasperated prosecutors, stymied by Cohn’s shameless, time-buying tactics, found it practically impossible to enforce the specifics of their “win.” And Trump simply waited them out.

 

https://www.politico.com/magazine/story/2018/08/23/donald-trump-jeff-sessions-justice-department-war-219592 (not a blog)

 

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5 minutes ago, Bernards said:

Why don't you provide a link and the time of the racist taunts?

Why don't you piss up a rope, clam? I've got no time for you.

 

Oh, and if literally anyone else asks the same of me, I'll get right on it.

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27 minutes ago, Duodenum said:

Your source is a blog? Lol, this will be easy.

 

Let's start with the picture and what that's all about:

 

Bill Fugazy, at the time Trump’s real estate broker, created a new organization, the National Ethnic Coalition of Organizations, or NECO, and a new award, the Ellis Island Medal of HonorIt’s not clear precisely why Fugazy selected Trump to receive the medal in its inaugural year, save for their friendship and Trump’s success in business.

But Fugazy was working as a broker for Trump in 1986, helping him to purchase two new properties, a 1987 government ethics report revealed. Trump ultimately paid Fugazy more than $500,000 in fees.

 

Here's the picture in full:

 

NEW YORK - OCTOBER 27: (Left to Right) Joe DiMaggio, Victor Borge, Anita Bryant, Muhammad Ali, Rosa Parks, and Donald Trump pose for a photograph after receiving the Ellis Island Medal of Honor October 27, 1986 in New York City. (Photo by Yvonne Hemsey/Getty Images)

Wanna know who the lady in the middle is? anti-LGBT activitist Anita Bryant. Whoops.

 

So he won a reward from an organisation started by his real estate broker in its first year of inauguration (and just after he had been taken to court yet again in the mid 1980s for trying to illegally evict tenants from one of his buildings - nice timing. 

 

Status: debunked.

 

On to your other point:

 

In 1975, the Trumps began policies of affirmative action renting, to reach 10% black occupancy. By 1977, they exceeded this requirement. Finally, the DOJ closed the case for “lack of evidence” or new complaints.

 

In 1974, the Trump organization had to sign a consent decree. Of course they began policies, they were forced to. 10% was part of the decree.

Here's an excerpt for you:

 

Other rental agents employed by the Trumps told the FBI that only 1 percent of tenants at the Trump-run Ocean Terrace Apartments were black, and that there were no black tenants at Lincoln Shore Apartments. Both were on Ocean Parkway in Brooklyn. However, minorities were steered to a different complex on Flatbush Avenue in Brooklyn, Patio Gardens, which was 40 percent black, the government said.

One black woman, for example, was turned away at a heavily white complex but told that she should “try to obtain an apartment at Patio Gardens,” where “a black judge had recently become a tenant,” according to government filings.

 

Hmmm, whoops. Easy to increase overall occupancy when you put all the minorities into the same buildings.

 

None of the 43 accusers blamed Donald Trump; there’s no evidence that he created or carried out discriminatory policies.

 

Lol, the employees have said they were instructed by upper management. What President of a real estate company is going to be the one interacting with potential tenants? What President will send out written information laying out racist policies? The Trump organization partook in racist policies, Fred and Donald fought the Federal government regarding a lawsuit stemming from these policies, until they signed an order to follow rules laid out by the government...which they later found to have broken again. The original consent decree expired before the Justice department collected enough evidence to pursue another case. 

 

The government ascertained quickly that the Trumps had failed to adhere to the terms of the decree and had apparently little intention of ever complying. A revolving-door roster of exasperated prosecutors, stymied by Cohn’s shameless, time-buying tactics, found it practically impossible to enforce the specifics of their “win.” And Trump simply waited them out.

 

https://www.politico.com/magazine/story/2018/08/23/donald-trump-jeff-sessions-justice-department-war-219592 (not a blog)

 

 Why do these people love a racist so much. What are you saying about them? A picture is worth a thousand words. There's many more. Looks like they agree with me.

 

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4 minutes ago, Bernards said:

 Why do these people love a racist so much. What are you saying about them? A picture is worth a thousand words. There's many more.

 

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Clam.  You know a mods gonna get you soon.

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7 minutes ago, Bernards said:

 Why do these people love a racist so much. What are you saying about them? A picture is worth a thousand words. There's many more.

 

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There's the fail response expected once debunked. Bunker down and hide lol

 

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15 minutes ago, Bernards said:

 Why do these people love a racist so much. What are you saying about them? A picture is worth a thousand words. There's many more. Looks like they agree with me.

 

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Does a racist need to be racist towards all other races?  I thought Trump didn’t care for Mexicans?  

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12 minutes ago, Alflives said:

Does a racist need to be racist towards all other races?  I thought Trump didn’t care for Mexicans?  

No one loves loves Mexicans more than Trump. See evidence below...

That bowl doesn't seem to be complaining. 

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57 minutes ago, HerrDrFunk said:

And yet, in the videos, you can see a bunch of kids doing racist taunts towards a native man (which the report even admits). Does it not count if it isn't verbal?

There has been lot of opposition to FSU, Braves and Chiefs fans using “tomahawk chop”

Since native Americans find it offensive, I will agree with them.

 

But when this started these kids were compared to Hitler youth and threatened with violence.

You really have to stretch and twist the truth to draw those types of comparisons.

 

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Trump's memory is as short as his.....


https://www.cnn.com/2019/02/14/politics/kfile-trump-immigration-executive-action-2014/index.html

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Trump made the comments on Fox News' "Fox and Friends" in November 2014 when asked about executive actions by then-President Barack Obama that would halt deportations for the undocumented parents of children born in the United States.

"Now he has to use executive action and this is a very, very dangerous thing that should be overwritten easily by the Supreme Court," Trump said.

"So we're looking now at a situation, it should absolutely not pass muster in terms of constitutionality, but it depends on what these justices do," he added.

The White House did not return a request for comment.

Trump was also asked if the Obama had committed any impeachable offenses. He said Obama could certainly be impeached for his executive action on immigration.

"Well, he certainly did something that was unconstitutional," Trump said. "Now, it depends on Justice (John) Roberts. If he wants to just curry favor in the Beltway like he did with Obamacare, because that's the only reason he did it. Because he knows he was wrong, but it certainly depends on what happens. I mean, I think certainly he could be impeached and certainly they could shut down the government."

The comments from Trump echo a tweet he sent, also from November 2014, in which he wrote, "Repubs must not allow Pres Obama to subvert the Constitution of the US for his own benefit & because he is unable to negotiate w/ Congress."

 

So an end-around past Congress is "impeachable", except when it's president Pinocchio doing the dodging....<_<

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