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16 hours ago, spiekerjozef said:

Why is nobody charging trump? Or are they scared?

It's early yet. He can't even be indicted until January 20. 

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The Buffalo Horns guy (aka Jacob Chansley, aka Jake Angeli, aka the Odin of A$$holes) is currently in a detention facility after attempting to overthrow the legitimate government of the United States.

He may or may not end up in prison but what we do know is that Mr. trump knows that he will be fighting legal assaults for the rest of his life starting January 20. Clearly the chance that he could go

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1 hour ago, Meat Pie 47 said:

But this time he will

 

House voting tonight for 25th and tomorrow morning for impeachment. 

 

It's going to be interesting to see what Pence and the Republicans will do. 

 

To be honest I don't think Trump will see the inside of a prison. 

 

That honor will go to those protesters breaking the law the other day. 

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1 hour ago, Jingthing said:

He may or may not end up in prison but what we do know is that Mr. trump knows that he will be fighting legal assaults for the rest of his life starting January 20. Clearly the chance that he could go to prison is a big part of his motivation for his seditious behavior since he lost the election.

 

I'm curious how this would be handled by the Secret Service.  Could it come down to his protective detail becoming his captors?  They may be his protectors but he is not their boss, they have a command structure like any military or police unit.  He cannot say "you guys go home tonight, I don't want you here."  I also wonder if these guys could possibly be called to testify against him in a criminal trial, regarding things they may have witnessed.  My guess is, hypothetically (of course), if the District of Columbia issued an arrest warrant to be issued, say, after 12:01 PM on January 20th, DC would contact Secret Service (cannot use SS, bad inference there!) and they would have to stand back as the boys in blue put the cuffs on him.

They probably never has to face this situation before.

 

 

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8 hours ago, impulse said:

 

Here's how I know it wasn't a genuine coup or attempt at insurrection...  They left their guns behind. 

 

These are the same guys who carried their guns into protests all over the country- wherever it was legal.  DC police reminded everyone before hand that open carry is illegal in the city.  If they were really out for an insurrection, I doubt that firearm laws would have stood in their way.

 

Sure, some of them broke laws and need to be thrown in jail.  Then the authorities need to look at who made it so easy for them, and why...

 

 

 

Rrrright, so it was just a locker room coup?  Some did bring guns,  bombs, and zip cuffs.  Look like a significant percentage of them were wearing body armor including bullet proof vests.  They also built a gallows and beat a cop to death.  Just harmless fun according to you.  🙃

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20 hours ago, mtls2005 said:

Simply amazing that there has not been any sort of breifing by HHS, FBI, Pentagon?

 

So which one of these is Aunt Effa?

 

 

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Oh look, dumb and dumber.

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