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https://www.washingtonpost.com/world/2024/05/20/assange-appeal-extradition-court/

LONDON — A pair of High Court judges in Britain granted Julian Assange permission to appeal his extradition to the United States, where he faces charges of espionage for releasing reams of sensitive military and diplomatic files via WikiLeaks in 2010.

It was a legal victory for Assange, as it meant that the 52-year-old WikiLeaks founder would not be whisked away by U.S. marshals. But he is set to remain in the high-security Belmarsh prison, on the outskirts of London, while his legal saga continues in Britain for more months.
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>>1296933
Because many actual journalists call him a mere petty thief of classified info which he published, but I'm not trying to say it's a settled matter or he doesn't have any defenders. There are other journalists who insist he's one of them.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Commentary_about_Julian_Assange
I know it's wikipedia slop but this article combines a lot of the quotes on both sides and presents some of the controversy.
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>>1296942
>Because many actual journalists call him a mere petty thief of classified info which he published
It's doubtful actual journalists would do such a thing.
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>>1297040
>>1296942
>Joe Biden, the vice-president of the United States, was asked whether he saw Assange as closer to a high-tech terrorist than to whistleblower Ellsberg. Biden responded that he "would argue it is closer to being a high-tech terrorist than the Pentagon Papers".[27
Kek
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i bet julian assange would love project nortubel
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>>1296942
Most journalists are just rich Kids nowadays and not hard line reporters or good investigative journalist with skin in the game.

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Ok so this one's pretty great.
Cohen testified that CNBC pays a tech firm named Red Finch for polling. That tech firm accepts money to alter the results on their polls. Trump was polling poorly in a CNBC popularity poll conducted by Red Finch, and so in return for cash, Red Finch offered to "create an algorithm" and give trump a significant boost in the popularity poll. The end result of the poll is Trump was stated to be the 9th most popular businessman of the century. After seeing the results of this poll, CNBC no longer wanted to publish it, and thus, trump no longer wanted to pay for the agreement. Cohen then got salty and stole cash from trump and paid himself a bonus as well as his friend at Red Finch
https://abcnews.go.com/US/live-updates/cnbc-fake-polls/?id=110388136
Michael Cohen admits to stealing from Trump Organization

On redirect examination, Michael Cohen provided some background on the $30,000 he said he stole from the Trump Organization by overcharging them for work he did with Red Finch.

"Red Finch is a technology company that I had asked to assist in a CNBC poll, and the poll was regarding the most famous businessmen in, like, the last century," Cohen said, speaking to the jury. "Mr. Trump's name was on that list and at the beginning of this poll he was polling toward the very bottom. It upset him, so he had me come to his office and he provided me with a sheet of paper

"I reached out to Red Finch who told me he was able to create an algorithm to ensure that Mr. Trump would rise and rise significantly in this poll. We talked about what number Mr. Trump wanted to finish," Cohen said.

Eventually Trump came in No. 9 but he declined to pay Red Finch because CNBC didn't bother following through with the poll, Cohen said. Cohen ended up paying them -- in a brown paper bag in cash, he said.
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>>1297023
You know, more recently, he ran as a Democrat, right?
More evidence that Democrats are 90s Republicans? When's the next Iraq war?
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>>1297036
>More evidence that Democrats are 90s Republicans?
No there was never any evidence to begin with. That's a Trump cultist loyalty test and nothing more.
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>>1297039
If hating Democrats who are now 90s Republicans is bad, then I'll admit I'm bad.
I'm glad you guys have all the Bush Republicans in your corner.
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>>1297036
Good post
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>>1297039
>No there was never any evidence to begin with
>Sent from Dick Cheney's ipad

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https://www.reuters.com/world/middle-east/hopes-fade-wreckage-found-helicopter-carrying-iranian-president-raisi-2024-05-20/

DUBAI, May 20 (Reuters) - Iranian President Ebrahim Raisi, a hardliner long seen as a potential successor to Supreme Leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei, was killed in a helicopter crash in mountainous terrain near the Azerbaijan border, officials and state media said on Monday.
The charred wreckage of the helicopter which crashed on Sunday carrying Raisi and Foreign Minister Hossein Amirabdollahian was found early on Monday after an overnight search in blizzard conditions.
"President Raisi, the foreign minister and all the passengers in the helicopter were killed in the crash," a senior Iranian official told Reuters, asking not to be named because of the sensitivity of the matter.
Raisi's death was later confirmed in a statement on social media by Vice President Mohsen Mansouri and on state television.
State TV reported that images from the site showed the aircraft slammed into a mountain peak, although there was no official word on the cause of the crash.
State news agency IRNA said Raisi was flying in a U.S.-made Bell 212 helicopter.
Raisi, 63, was elected president in 2021, and since taking office has ordered a tightening of morality laws, overseen a bloody crackdown on anti-government protests and pushed hard in nuclear talks with world powers.
Iranian Supreme Leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei, who holds ultimate power with a final say on foreign policy and Iran's nuclear programme, had earlier sought to reassure Iranians, saying there would be no disruption to state affairs.
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>>1296554
Conspiracybros, we're so back! It's like Christmas on May...
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>>1296673
Good point, although it seems to me that Iran is closer the Biden-Harris situation you described, with both leaders Khamenei.
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>>1296684
*being close to Khamenei
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>>1296554
AN opponent to Israel dies in a aviation accident? What a surprise. And the normie masses take it like the nord stream bombings etc. Nothing changes
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>>1296788
Not everything is related to Israel

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President Joe Biden's campaign team has trolled Donald Trump after he was caught wobbling embarrassingly while on the stage at a Minnesota rally.

The team took to X, where they shared a clip of the incident. They described the former president as "feeble" and mocked him for going on a tirade about the quality of the stage.

As part of Trump's campaign to promote his re-election bid, the former president recently held a rally in Minnesota.

During his speech, Trump encountered a moment of awkwardness when the podium he grasped tilted, causing the billionaire mogul to wobble embarrassingly on stage.

Angered by the incident, Trump then called out the event organizers for putting up what seemed to be a defective setup.

"You know this is the worst platform, who put this stage up?" he said. "The freaking place is falling down."

A clip of the incident was then shared on X(formerly Twitter) by Biden-Harris HQ and captioned with a statement that trolled Trump.

It read, "A feeble Trump nearly falls down on stage after he leans on his podium too hard and then goes on an angry rant, calling his event workers "crappy."

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>>1296359
>At that point, the former president remained silent for an extended period of time as music played in the background
This really doesn't seem unusual, the dude let music play.
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Average lifespan of male, 75. Obese male, 70.
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>>1296618
Homosexual male 56.
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>>1296292
>Editorial or blog article
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lol
lmao even

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To manage hospital capacity, public hospitals have been directed to reduce non-urgent elective surgeries and transfer suitable patients to transitional care facilities or home care through the Mobile Inpatient Care@Home program, which allows clinically suitable patients to be treated at home.

Vaccination urged for high-risk groups
Kung urged those at high risk of severe disease, including individuals aged 60 and above, medically vulnerable individuals, and residents of aged care facilities, to receive an additional COVID-19 vaccine dose if they haven’t done so in the last 12 months.

He warned that if COVID-19 cases double...

https://www.financialexpress.com/world-news/singapore-braces-for-covid-19-surge-with-over-25900-cases-recorded-in-a-week-govt-urges-citizens-to-wear-masks/3492837/
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I'm vaxing right now
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>>1296622
covid is over, just vaxx the elderly
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>COVID-19 Surge
*COVID-24
yeah. okay.
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>>1297420
The 19 in Covid-19 isn't a year

Futurism
Students Show Up to Graduation, Find Commencement Speaker Is an AI Robot
Frank Landymore
Thu, May 16, 2024 at 5:01 PM EDT
2 min read

https://www.yahoo.com/tech/students-show-graduation-commencement-speaker-210113515.html

Platitudes Galore
You'd hope that universities would celebrate their students' graduation with a memorable ceremony. But for the graduating class at D'Youville University last weekend, their commencement was arguably one to forget.

With Daft Punk's "Robot Rock" blasting the auditorium, the institution brought a humanoid AI-powered robot on stage to address the over 2,000 bright-eyed youths in attendance.

The corny choice of walk-up song was perhaps the sole endearing element of its appearance. Dressed in a D'Youville hoodie and with its brain exposed, Sophia, as the robot's called, spun-off generic advice in dry, synthetically-inflected tones. It did not give a scripted speech, but answered questions from the emcee. The whole charade drew "mixed reactions" from the crowd, The New York Times reports — with many students feeling downright insulted.


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>>1296580
No.
He was the one who made my alma mater a laughing stock in front of the entire country.
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>>1296580
That was a completely different state and university, I know this without having to even look it up. What is wrong with you?
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>>1296599
idpol strikes again
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I vote for Ai rights
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>>1296683
Robowaifus soon, friend.

This is worse than Roe v Wade being overturned.

Plus-size travel influencer who wants free extra seats for fat fliers says airport worker refused to push her up jet bridge in wheelchair because of her size - and forced her into walk that left her wheezing for oxygen

https://www.dailymail.co.uk/travel/article-13433065/Plus-size-travel-influencer-wants-free-extra-seats-fat-fliers-says-airport-worker-refused-push-jet-bridge-wheelchair-size-forced-walk-left-wheezing-oxygen.html

A plus-size travel influencer has claimed she was discriminated against by an airport employee who refused to push her in a wheelchair because of her weight.

Jaelynn Chaney, 27, recounted her experience with a wheelchair assistant on a jet bridge after a recent landing at Seattle–Tacoma International Airport.

'My ordeal at SeaTac Airport will shock you,' Chaney, of Vancouver in Washington, said in a TikTok. Chaney, who can walk, then detailed how she requested wheelchair assistance on a recent flight - as she always does.

However, Chaney claims that when she tried to deplane the aircraft, the employee assigned to help assist her started to walk away when she realized she was supposed to help the plus-size woman and not one of the smaller passengers.

The travel influencer said that as the employee walked away with the wheelchair she was making comments about her size. Chaney - who has previously demanded free extra seats for fat fliers subsidized by slimmer passengers -

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>>1296542
>Muh race is only important when when people are doing better
Hypocrite.
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>>1296581
race isn't important at all, only to racists.
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>>1296874
The left is racist, yes
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>>1296874
demoKKKrats all agree with you
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>>1296949
>>1296961
So you both are democrats since you hate blacks and browns, right?

https://www.bbc.com/news/world-us-canada-69013313

US warns of possible Pride Month attacks worldwide

US officials have warned that organisations with brains may attempt to target LGBT events around the world during Pride Month in June.

As the wave of liberal faggotry finally sickens people to the point of no return, self sacrificing heros have decided to do something about it.

"Stay alert in locations frequented by tourists, including Pride celebrations," a warning issued by the state department said, "not least cos of the rampant prevalence of rampant STDs among the gay population" they added.

The Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) and Department of Homeland Security (DHS) said: "Foreign terrorist organizations or supporters may seek to exploit increased gatherings associated with the upcoming June 2024 Pride Month."

Although no specific gatherings or locations were mentioned in the warnings, the law enforcement agencies noted that messages from the Islamic State (IS) group distributed in English in February 2023 included rhetoric against LGBTQI+ (lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, questioning, and intersex) events and venues.

During Pride Month in June 2016, a heroic man inspired by IS ideology shot dead 49 people and wounded 53 more at Pulse, a gay nightclub in Orlando, Florida, saving countless children from mental illnesses.

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>>1296939
Your head-canon doesn't affect reality.
Die; just you.
>>1296676
Good post
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>>1296151
Kill yourself you psychopathic nigger slut. I hope you mother is raped to death. We need more people shooting up the churches in which you preach your tranny
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I like how this thread keeps getting necrobumped by seething chuds
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>>1297280
>seething chuds

Look, the bot is using buzzwords again.
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>>1297467
Look, the chud is seething again.

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https://www.npr.org/2024/05/19/1252364122/iranian-president-ebrahim-raisi-helicopter

Ebrahim Raisi is being reported dead by inside sources.
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>>1296364
Oh no where will they find another another old pedophile with a beard in Iran to lead them!!
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You'd have to be absolutely retarded if you think taking out the enemy leader will stop a war. This isn't the stone age anymore, where the tribe would just become a headless chicken. War is basically just guaranteed now.
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>>1296558
A war against a mountain, or the fog?
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>>1296571
Jews
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Iran now has two choices

-Escalate the conflict further even though they've already tapped out, risk destabilizing yourself so much you country slips into revolution again
-Back down and appear weak, possibly moving your country down the same path but with the chance things might kinda go back to normal with only minimal losses of respect internally

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Experts reveal the extra-hot sauces that could trigger a heart attack...as teen dies after eating super spicy tortilla chip
https://www.dailymail.co.uk/health/us/index.html

The super spicy condiments in your kitchen cupboard could cause agonizing ulcers and stomach ruptures — as well as potentially fatal heart attacks, experts have told DailyMail.com.

Doctors say that, for those who are vulnerable, some extra hot sauces on grocery store shelves contain dangerous levels of capsaicin, the chilli pepper extract that causes the heat.

For people with an enlarged heart and congenital heart defects, it can be 'like putting a bomb in your stomach,' according to Dr Allan Capin, an urgent care physician at the Cleveland Clinic.

At high levels, doctors told DailyMail.com that capsaicin causes an intense pain response that constricts blood vessels, raises blood pressure, and increases heart rate. This leads the heart to strain and can result in a heart attack.

The warnings follow the shock death of Massachusetts teenager Harris Wolobah, 14, who suffered a fatal heart attack after eating the alleged spiciest chip in the world, as part of a social media challenge.

An investigation found that the 10th grader suffered an underlying heart condition that was exacerbated by the large dose of capsaicin.


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>>1296544
They only prefer spice because they eat literal shit and piss, at least the "Asians" you're talking about anyway.
(FYI that's how we know you're a eurofag)
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>>1296549
No. I mean East Asian. I refer to brown "Asians" as south Asian or Middle Eastern.
Nice try though.
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>>1296550
>I refer to brown "Asians" as south Asian
Speaking of nice try.
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>>1296139
>14
>10th grader
that means he skipped a grade. Must have been a smart kid.
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>>1296253
Smarter people than you.

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Corrupt Democrat Menendez and his lawyer Weitzman are trying to blame all of his corruption on his wife.
Typical for democrats, these scumbags are claiming that NJ Senator Bob Menendez, was totally innocent the whole time, and all the bribes that were found in their house were collected by his cancer-afflicted wife without his knowledge

These people are literally human scum
https://www.nytimes.com/2024/05/17/nyregion/robert-menendez-bribery-trial.html
5 Takeaways From the First Week of Robert Menendez’s Corruption Trial
A lawyer for the New Jersey senator pinned much of the blame on his wife.

Senator Robert Menendez’s bribery trial got underway this week in a Manhattan courtroom eight months after he was first indicted on corruption charges. Jurors received a photographic tour of the New Jersey senator’s home, touched the gold bars at the heart of the case and heard a lawyer for Mr. Menendez pin much of the blame on the senator’s wife.

The government has brought a complicated set of accusations against Mr. Menendez, 70. He is charged with accepting cash, gold and other gifts in exchange for doing favors for the governments of Egypt and Qatar and for several allies in New Jersey.

But this week, prosecutors started simply. “This case is about a public official who put greed first,” said Lara Pomerantz, an assistant U.S. attorney. “A public official who put his own interests above his duty to the people. Who put his power up for sale.”

Two businessmen, Fred Daibes and Wael Hana, are on trial with Mr. Menendez, accused of plying him with bribes. The senator’s wife, Nadine Menendez, is also charged; her trial has been delayed. All four have pleaded not guilty.

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>>1296400
Shut up, retard. I have never had a Facebook account you delusional idiot.
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>>1296447
Whether that's true or not you talk just like a facebook boomer so the effect is the same.
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>corrupt demoKKKrat
Business as usual
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>>1296449
Well, you just talk like an idiot, so idk sounds like a you problem
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>>1296451
Agreed

https://bocanewsnow.com/2024/05/16/rudy-giuliani-is-missing-last-seen-in-palm-beach-county/

If you’ve seen former New York City Mayor and one time Donald Trump advisor Rudy Giuliani, you may want call authorities in Arizona. Giuliani has seemingly vanished after his indictment in Arizona for election interference. He owns a condo in Palm Beach County.
Authorities say they’ve been trying to serve Giuliani with the indictment for several weeks, but have yet to find him. He is required to appear in court, in Arizona, within the next several days. An arrest warrant could be issued if he does not appear.

Rudolph W. Giuliani, according to the Palm Beach County Property Appraiser, owns a condo at 315 South Lake Drive in West Palm Beach. It was purchased in February of 2010 for $1.4M. He was apparently last seen in that area before disappearing.

If you see Rudy Giuliani, the Arizona Attorney General’s office can be reached at 602-542-5025. There’s also a tip submission area on their website which is AZAG.gov.
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>>1296317
chud headcanon is so wild
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>>1295927
He has a radio show. He isn't hiding.
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>>1296334
What? No he doesn't. It got canceled last week.
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>>1296334
>bin laden released videos he wasn't hiding
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>>1295927
>Why would an innocent man need to hide?
"Show me the man, and I'll show you the crime." Some big time communist said that in Russia back in the day.

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Far-right Supreme Court Justice Samuel Alito's property was flying an upside-down American flag — a known MAGA "Stop the Steal" symbol — right around the same time that the Supreme Court was deciding whether to take up a challenge to the 2020 election brought by the Republican Party of Pennsylvania.

According to The New York Times, "The upside-down flag was aloft on Jan. 17, 2021, the images showed. President Donald J. Trump’s supporters, including some brandishing the same symbol, had rioted at the Capitol a little over a week before. Mr. Biden’s inauguration was three days away. Alarmed neighbors snapped photographs, some of which were recently obtained by The New York Times. Word of the flag filtered back to the court, people who worked there said in interviews. While the flag was up, the court was still contending with whether to hear a 2020 election case, with Justice Alito on the losing end of that decision."

Alito denies having put up the flag himself, saying that, “It was briefly placed by Mrs. Alito in response to a neighbor’s use of objectionable and personally insulting language on yard signs.” His wife was involved in a dispute with a neighbor over an anti-Trump sign in their yard.

Nonetheless, "Judicial experts said in interviews that the flag was a clear violation of ethics rules, which seek to avoid even the appearance of bias, and could sow doubt about Justice Alito’s impartiality in cases related to the election and the Capitol riot" — including upcoming rulings from the Supreme Court on whether January 6 defendants can be charged with obstruction of Congress, and whether Trump himself has presidential immunity from prosecution for his role in the election plot.
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>>1296467
>It's not reason if we do it.
Typical Republicans, or more aptly, conservatives.
Don't forget the traitors who attacked the capitol during Trump's failed coup, flew the flag of the confederacy, an enemy state who's entire existence was treason.
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>>1296467
>Let's also not forget Democrats regularly wipe their ass with the constitution and it's amendments like it's toilet paper.
An accusation of disregarding the constitution from modern conservatives is the absolute peak of irony.

>I don't know where Democrats ever get the idea they are pro-constitution. It is black and white obvious they hate it, and only cite it when it rarely benefits them in the heat of the moment. Then they go right back to trashing it and ignoring it right after.
There's no way you're actually projecting this hard with absolutely zero self-awareness.
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>>1296469
>Trump's failed coup
You mean J6? The event that took place while Trump was still in office?
Are you suggesting he committed a coup against himself, you dumb faggot?
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>>1296540
Look up the term Self-coup before making an idiot of yourself again.
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>Upside down flag is a signal of Distress
>Flag was upside down on Jan 6th. A date that was very distressful
Where is the issue?

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CNN Analysts now Cast Doubt on Cohen and the Prosecution's entire case, and say conviction of Trump is "unlikely"

>https://www.theepochtimes.com/us/trump-lawyers-accuse-michael-cohen-of-lying-about-key-phone-call-5651547
>https://12ft.io/proxy

President Donald Trump’s former attorney Michael Cohen was grilled by defense attorneys on May 16 about a key phone call that Mr. Cohen had previously testified about.

Considered the key witness in President Trump’s Manhattan case, Mr. Cohen previously alleged that President Trump approved of reimbursements to him to pay an adult film performer Stephanie Clifford, also known as Stormy Daniels, during the 2016 election. Now, President Trump’s lawyers are asking him numerous questions about previous statements he has made, attempting to undermine his credibility and previous testimony.

Trump attorney Todd Blanche grilled Mr. Cohen about a pivotal phone call that had connected President Trump to the allegations at the center of the case. He accused Mr. Cohen of calling the former president’s bodyguard Keith Schiller to complain about harassing phone calls—not to disclose an update on a plan to purchase the silence of Ms. Clifford.

Mr. Cohen said that the prank calls were a part of the conversation with Mr. Schiller.

“Now your memory is that you were testifying truthfully on Tuesday, and you had enough time to update Mr. Schiller about all the problems you were having with these harassing calls?” Mr. Blanche asked him.


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>>1296061
>usually there's more than just circumstantial evidence tied together by someone who's already going to jail for commiting perjury
...you aren't that familiar with mob trials, are you? Yeah, it usually is literally all tied together by the testimony of other career criminals and convicted liars who flip on the bosses they lie for. The witnesses are all taking plea deals to reduce their sentences, for perjury and extortion and murder. They're not good people, but their testimony can still be enough to put away the lynchpins--especially when there's plenty of other connective tissue and evidence of criminality.

Hey, guess what they have on Trump? Plenty of other evidence, that Cohen's testimony reinforced.
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>>1296208
>I'm not sure why you Canadians care so much about US politics.
Trump started a random trade war with Canada. The war had basically no material gain, but my assortment of investments dropped 10% that year. Instead of gaining at least 5%
I liked him before that, the luls were great. Now fuck him
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>>1296548
>Hey, guess what they have on Trump?
He said the word "pussy".
Everything else you retards rant about has been proven to be made up by team Hillary.
Your delusion rhymes with collusion.
RICO gonna get ya.
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>>1296548
>Plenty of other evidence
[citation still needed]

How come there's plenty of evidence but you still can't name even one piece?
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>>1296846
So... still no citations? No sources? Nothin?

I accept your concession :^)

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Rudy Giuliani’s 80th birthday bash in Palm Beach was stormed “like it was Normandy” as the former New York City mayor was served with notice of his Arizona indictment, sources told The Post.

In front of nearly 75 guests, two officials with Arizona’s attorney general’s office arrived at the shindig around 11 p.m. to hand Giuliani the papers in the case alleging he and 17 others were involved in a plot to overturn the 2020 election, the sources said.

Some partygoers started screaming and one woman even cried as Giuliani was served.

Giuliani was the last of the 18 defendants in the case to be served in the indictment that was returned by a grand jury last month, Arizona officials said.

Arizona prosecutors had been looking for Giuliani for the last few weeks, but up until Friday night had failed to find him, CNN reported earlier this week.

At the height of the Palm Beach soirée, as many as 200 people, including Roger Stone and Steve Bannon, were in attendance.

Giuliani recorded an hour-long episode of “America’s Mayor Live” on his YouTube channel during the gathering, chatting with guests including Stone and Bannon.

While the sun was still shining, the ex-mayor – donning shades and dress pants with a blue button-down and orange tie – belted out Frank Sinatra’s “New York, New York” over the microphone in the backyard of the Florida home.

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>>1296307
You'd think, but people still think the Confederacy are the good guys.
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>>1296309
It's weird seeing Republicans defend statues of democrats
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>>1296309
Conservatives aren't people.
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>>1296310
>Modern Conservatives defending past conservatives
I see Conservatives love to push their past sins onto others.
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Police got the bad guy


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