Faces of the master race.

schuylaar

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there is no proof.
and the SC can't declare tRump to be potus all of a sudden.
according to the pillow guy there is and it's going to be August that Supreme Court will be shown proof..they're simple you must embrace it.

why don't they do it now? why August? they have to get their final clowns willing to do it and they need time.


they have Shchlippers now:lol:
 
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schuylaar

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Lindell has said August is when he would go to the Supreme Court to present evidence he’s acquired that would be so convincing that the justices would be forced to reject the 2020 election result.

my feeling is they really liked the Boat/Potamac/Gattling Gun combo and didn't get to really use it (couldn't get boat) + it's really hard to run in robes.

though Michael Steele just said it..nothing is going to happen 'constant drumbeat of audit' to question 2022.
 
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printer

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North Carolina high school graduate is denied diploma for wearing Mexican flag over gown
A student at Asheboro High School’s graduation ceremony was seen in a video being handed his diploma holder but stopped before he receiving his degree.

KTSM reported the student was denied his diploma and told he had to apologize for violating dress code guidelines for graduation.

“Our graduation dress code is clearly shared with students ahead of time, and the wearing of a flag of any kind is a violation of the dress code. In the past two years we have allowed students to decorate their mortar boards as a nod to their individuality and creativity,” the school posted on its Facebook page.

“We are very clear with students that this was the ONLY acceptable deviation from the standard cap and gown regalia," the school added. "Unfortunately, we will now be reevaluating that decision for future senior classes in light of the situation that occurred last night."

Witnesses told the local outlet that other students were not punished for decorating their regalia in a similar way.
 

Roy O'Bannon

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A family member got an "election year" prosecutor and got the max on everything. Some of those guys are padding stats trying to move up the food chain with big punishments to make them look better on paper. They don't care that it's somebody else's life they are wrecking.
 

TacoMac

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A family member got an "election year" prosecutor and got the max on everything. Some of those guys are padding stats trying to move up the food chain with big punishments to make them look better on paper. They don't care that it's somebody else's life they are wrecking.
Well, there's always the old saying: If you can't do the time, don't do the crime.
 

captainmorgan

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hanimmal

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Stinky is a JENIUS.

I mean, sure it would work. It would melt our all of our economic and environmental progress over the last couple decades, and devastate our ability for our young generations to be fluent with the greatest tool humanity have ever made (the computer), but it would work.

Showing his belly for Putin is always the Trump go to.
 

DIY-HP-LED

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Stinky is a JENIUS.

From, hang Mike Pence to destroy all computers! If it wasn't for computers, the internet, Facebook and twitter, nobody would have heard about Trump, except the readers of NY tabloids and the National Enquirer. Where would the Russians be without computers and the internet? Not into America's election's business and businesses is my guess.

I told ya he was a fucking moron and he proves it almost every time he opens his mouth. Unfortunately he is also in control of an army of republican morons and they are one federal election away from controlling 2/3s of the federal government and impeaching Biden for no reason at all.
 

DIY-HP-LED

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Hate and mental illness happen everywhere...
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Muslim family members targeted in fatal hit and run, police say, driver charged with murder | CBC News

Muslim family members targeted in fatal hit and run, police say, driver charged with murder

3 adults and 1 teen dead, child in London, Ont., hospital with serious injuries from Sunday incident
A 20-year-old man was charged Monday with four counts of murder and one count of attempted murder in a hit and run Sunday involving a pickup truck, in what London, Ont., police believe was a targeted attack on a Muslim family of five.

Terrorism charges are also possible against Nathanial Veltman, 20, of London, said Det.-Insp. Paul Waight at a news conference.

Veltman appeared in court via video link Monday afternoon.

"There is evidence that this was a planned, premeditated act and that the family was targeted because of their Muslim faith," said Waight.

"This is a devastating loss of four members of our community," added police Chief Steve Williams at an afternoon news conference.

The vehicle struck the family at 8:40 p.m. ET Sunday as they walked along Hyde Park Road, in northwest London.

The family members' names haven't been officially released. They include:

  • 74-year-old woman.
  • 46-year-old man.
  • 44-year-old woman.
  • 15-year-old girl.
A nine-year-old boy remained in hospital with serious injuries.
 

DIY-HP-LED

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Throw the fucking book at him, he led the charge through the building and chased the cop up the stairs and away from the senate chambers. He should be dead, the cops should have put two rounds into his chest when he came at them with his hands up, fuck him. Next time the cops will make a stand on the steps with guns drawn, if they all emptied a clip or two each into the crowd on the steps it would have ended the bullshit there and then.
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Defendant, who prosecutors say stormed Capitol in a QAnon shirt, says he 'fell victim' to conspiracies and was fed 'a pack of lies' by Trump (yahoo.com)

Defendant, who prosecutors say stormed Capitol in a QAnon shirt, says he 'fell victim' to conspiracies and was fed 'a pack of lies' by Trump
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In this Jan. 6, 2021, file photo, Trump supporters gesture to U.S. Capitol Police in the hallway outside of the Senate chamber at the Capitol in Washington. Doug Jensen, an Iowa man at center, was jailed early Saturday,

  • Iowa man Douglas Jensen was charged with relating to activity at the Capitol on January 6, 2021.
  • In a new request for release, his attorney is claiming Jensen was fed a "pack of lies" by Trump.
  • Jensen's charges include assaulting an officer and obstructing an official proceeding.
Douglas Jensen, an Iowa man who was indicted on several federal charges related to the January 6 insurrection, is seeking a release from custody ahead of his arraignment hearing, arguing that he "fell victim" to conspiracy theories.

The new request for release was issued ahead of Jensen's arraignment at a DC federal court on Tuesday. His attorney claimed that Jensen has been "languishing" in a DC jail for six months. He was arrested five months ago.

Prosecutors say that in several viral videos, Jensen can be seen in front of Capitol Police Officer Eugene Goodman, as well as other officers, amid one of the first waves of rioters to break into the Capitol. He's pictured sporting a T-shirt with a QAnon logo with an eagle in the center, accompanied by the group's slogan.

In new court documents, Jensen's attorney Christopher Davis is calling for his client's release on the basis that Jensen "feels deceived, recognizing that he bought into a pack of lies" by former President Donald Trump. Davis claims that his client was only at the rally to observe and that Trump corrupted him.

According to federal prosecutors, Jensen can be seen charging towards Officer Goodman in several videos. He has been indicted on five charges, including assaulting officers, but in his request for release, Jensen's attorney claims that Goodman "threatened" Jensen, who was allegedly armed with a pocketknife for "protection."

Jensen was arrested two days after returning to Des Moines, Iowa, following the insurrection and was transferred to Washington, DC, at a judge's request.

Jensen is also charged with obstructing an official proceeding, which has a maximum sentence of 20 years.
 
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