Yup you gotta Twitter on full blast. Tweet that you will probably have 3,000,000 followers in 10 minutes and they might believe you, you probably doHmmmm a lot of Twitter there, what’s going on with Twitter latelyhttps://twitter.com/jorge_guajardo/s...72748585381889
America snubbed by Luxembourg. Four years of Trump and Luxembourg turn you down. It's so small I drove past it once and I was looking for it.
The latest with the pardon situation:
Trump must be absolutely terrified about losing legal immunity and the power to keep his records away from the prosecutors. I bet every day now the Oval Office is like that scene from Downfall that gets parodied. Speaking of which we 're due one of them at least no? They have so much material to work with.
They've closed the Washington Monument due to threats from right-wing American extremists. Not al-Qaeda. Not the Taliban. Not ISIS. American right-wing extremists.
Jeremiah Johnson prophesied Trump would win in 2020, got it wrong, and apologized -- noting that Trump was prideful and the church wrongly put Trump on a pedestal. Look at this message. This is what happened. The sickness is in the church real and widespread. I've seen this also:
"The problem is they were complicit in The Big Lie," @SenToomey
says of House Republicans, including @GOPLeader
, who went along with the idea that President Trump might have won the election
But as senators and House members trapped inside the U.S. Capitol on Wednesday begged for immediate help during the siege, they struggled to get through to the president, who — safely ensconced in the West Wing — was too busy watching fiery TV images of the crisis unfolding around them to act or even bother to hear their pleas.
“He was hard to reach, and you know why? Because it was live TV,” said one close Trump adviser. “If it’s TiVo, he just hits pause and takes the calls. If it’s live TV, he watches it, and he was just watching it all unfold.”
Even as he did so, Trump did not move to act. And the message from those around him — that he needed to call off the angry mob he had egged on just hours earlier, or lives could be lost — was one to which he was not initially receptive.
“It took him awhile to appreciate the gravity of the situation,” Graham said in an interview. “The president saw these people as allies in his journey and sympathetic to the idea that the election was stolen.”
Trump ultimately — and begrudgingly — urged his supporters to “go home in peace.” But the six hours between when the Capitol was breached shortly before 2 p.m. Wednesday afternoon and when it was finally declared secure around 8 p.m. that evening reveal a president paralyzed — more passive viewer than resolute leader, repeatedly failing to perform even the basic duties of his job.
Yes mate, they attempted to overthrow a government recently. You fucking idiot.