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  1. After looking at this you can see how fragile democracy really is. When the people will not stand up for the law or justice and claim to be a party of law and order you are IN TROUBLE!

    1. @Pete Davis actually, Jim Jones used a cheaper version of your Kool Aid, but just you would have never thought of looking that up because your crying too much

    1. @Sole Survivor no. I donโ€™t see anywhere where I bragged about anything. I see you making up a narrative for who knows what reason. Is there something more to this or are you just happy to see yourself participating in something?

  2. There are always idiots out there. How do interviewers always find them!? How can anyone still believe Trump? They just refuse to look at the truth!

    1. @john bower and…that’s a flat out lie, period. A quick google search would show you that polls that week had one or the other up by at most two points.

  3. They’re after the truth. And the truth is, he’s lied and lied and lied and committed crimes. Deal with it.

  4. There are enough of us with sense to keep him out of office. Trump did this – thatโ€™s why the finger. Is pointed so steadfastly at him.

  5. โ€œThere is a cult of ignorance in the United States, and there has always been. The strain of anti-intellectualism has been a constant thread winding its way through our political and cultural life, nurtured by the false notion that democracy means that ‘my ignorance is just as good as your knowledge.โ€
    โ€• Issac Asimov

    1. @Hamish The Mack I know you donโ€™t want accountability, well the American people do. We live in a democracy so nobody is above the law

  6. The “Do Your Own Research” crowd really doesn’t like it when people actually do the research

    1. Chih Chang: The problem is that most people who claim to have done the research didn’t understand what they were looking at. Rule #1: Follow the money. Check out who profits before you rely on any source.

    1. It’s kind of like a thirsty man he’s dying of thirst, and the truth is the water that would quench his thirst, so they set the water before him and he refuses to drink go figure

    2. I will forever remember watching those people march and attack the Capitol building after hearing trump telling them he’d march there with them. I knew when I saw the FBI warning about DC on December 29th that this was going to be bad. I know people who went to the rally, I have no idea if they went to the Capitol because I cut them off after seeing the attack. Trump and his cronies knew what they were doing because he was hoping to be able to declare Marshall laws and hold the government hostage. But it didn’t work out that way because pence called in the national guard.

  7. Main difference between genius and stupidity is that genius has its limits.
    I used to try and have some tolerance of ignorant and stupid people, not anymore!

    1. I still do for people who accept that they are stupid but not for stupid people who think they are smart. Ignorance can be fixed but, as they say, you can’t fix stupid.

  8. Carl Bernstein hit the nail on the head when he said, “Nixon was a criminal president. Donald Trump is the first seditious president.”

    1. So every other politician or president who publicly expressed concern over the legitimacy of an election they were involved in was seditious as well, correct?

  9. You’ll never convince the cult that their dear leader is corrupt, because it would mean they’d have to abandon their entire belief system for 6 years and admit they were conned.

    1. @YouDontKnowMe you of course know that petrol prices are soaring throughout the world? Here in the UK we are paying the equivalent of $10+ for a gallon.

    2. @Ron
      It’s very funny that you picked out these two countries that are swimming in oil….

      The american Newsweek:
      Here’s How U.S. Gas Prices Compare to Other Countries’
      BY GIULIA CARBONARO ON 6/09/22 AT 9:48 AM
      NEWS GAS PRICES UNITED STATES
      The good news first: The U.S. is not the country with the highest gas prices in the world (although at times of crippling, surging inflation, it might feel as if it is).
      In fact, the country hovers in the middle of a list comparing gas prices around the world, according to Global Petrol Prices, a website that tracks the retail price of gas across 150 countries.

      At $5.037 per gallon (as of June 6), gas is cheaper than in over 90 countries including Norway and China, and more expensive than in over 70 others. Gasoline prices are an unbeatable $0.084 per gallon in Venezuela, the country that boasts the biggest oil reserves in the world.
      The Latin American country is followed by Libya ($0.119) and Iran ($0.202).
      On the other hand, gas prices are at their highest in Hong Kong, at $11.213 per gallon, followed by Norway ($10.820), Denmark ($10.321) and Finland ($10.125).

  10. For those who don’t know how things work. They are supposed to go after the person who COMMITS a crime. For those of us who live in reality and facts, all roads point right to trump.

    1. Your ” reality and facts ” coming from a CNN viewer doesn’t say much about you ๐Ÿ˜‚๐Ÿ˜‚

  11. Our democracy is doomed. When people turn a blind eye to something this egregious just because of party lines, what lengths will they go to in the future.

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