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Ryan Grim: Trump Ally's ARREST Could EXPOSE How Jared Kushner Committed 'Crime Of The CENTURY'

Ryan Grim breaks down Thomas Barrack's complicated relationship with the Trump family.


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I would like to ask a question.

Do people actually believe that the democratic party didn't cheat and Joe Biden actually won the election?


Do they know the democratic party did cheat, yet, just don't care, because Trump is out of the white house?

I'm just trying to gauge, the intelligence level, of people posting on this thread. People come here to learn grow techniques, from intelligent, experienced growers. Wouldn't want them taking advise, from individuals that may be braindead.

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How come you have an nine year old account and just started posting? Did it take you nine years to work up the nerve?
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Trump slams Romney, Senate GOP over infrastructure deal
“Hard to believe our Senate Republicans are dealing with the Radical Left Democrats in making a so-called bipartisan bill on 'infrastructure,' with our negotiators headed up by SUPER RINO [Republican in name only] Mitt Romney,” Trump said.

Trump said any passage of such a measure would be a win for the Biden administration and Democrats, alluding to such a vote being "heavily used in the 2022 election."

"It is a loser for the USA, a terrible deal, and makes the Republicans look weak, foolish, and dumb. It shouldn’t be done. It sets an easy glidepath for Dems to then get beyond what anyone thought was possible in future legislation," the former president said.

Trump's statement came on the same day a bipartisan group of senators announced it had reached a deal with the White House on "major issues" in bipartisan infrastructure talks and is expected to start debate on the matter Wednesday evening.

"Don’t do it Republicans—Patriots will never forget! If this deal happens, lots of primaries will be coming your way!" Trump concluded in his statement.

Forget about doing what is good for the country, winning is all that counts.


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Trump threatened to primary GOP lawmakers who favor the bipartisan infrastructure plan. 17 Republicans just voted to advance it, including Mitch McConnell.

  • Donald Trump threatened primary opponents to any GOPers backing the bipartisan infrastructure deal.
  • The former president has railed against negotiations, warning Republicans to abandon the talks.
  • But in a Wednesday vote, 17 Senate Republicans joined Democrats to advance the $1 trillion package.
Former President Donald Trump left no words unspoken in his most direct attempt yet to tank President Joe Biden's $1 trillion infrastructure deal.

The GOP frontman threatened "lots of primaries" ahead for any Republican lawmakers who cooperated with Democrats to get the bipartisan deal passed.

His statement was released after Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell announced ahead of the procedural vote in the Senate on Wednesday that he would vote to advance the measure. Seventeen Republicans - including McConnell - joined all 50 Democrats to advance the bipartisan legislation, in a major test for the bill.

The vote came hours after a group of 10 Republican and Democratic negotiators announced they struck a deal with the White House for $550 billion in new spending - $30 billion less than was included in a prior agreement.

Trump, who floated plans for infrastructure spending throughout his presidency, has railed against negotiations in recent days, telling Republican lawmakers to skip the talks - not, it seems, because of any specific issues with the substance but because passage of a bill would be "a victory for the Biden administration and Democrats" and "heavily used in the 2022 election."



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Trump called acting attorney general almost daily to push election voter fraud claim: report
The Post reported that Trump called former acting Attorney General Jeffrey Rosen nearly daily after former Attorney General William Barr stepped down from his post in late December. The calls to Rosen stopped following the Jan. 6 riot at the Capitol, the newspaper reported.

Trump called Rosen to share claims of voter fraud and improper vote counts in the 2020 presidential election that led to his defeat. In sharing the claims, Trump asked Rosen what the Department of Justice (DOJ) could do about the issue, the Post reported.

Rosen did not promise any action in response and was noncommittal about the president's claims, the Post reported.

“Trump was absolutely obsessed about it,” a person familiar with the conversations told the Post.

Rosen told Congress in May that he didn’t follow through with what Trump wanted, ensuring that no action took place at that time, the Post reported.

“During my tenure, no special prosecutors were appointed, whether for election fraud or otherwise; no public statements were made questioning the election; no letters were sent to State officials seeking to overturn the election results; [and] no DOJ court actions or filings were submitted seeking to overturn election results,” Rosen said.


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