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Mighty and Hoke love Brian Stelter CNN no 1 presenter also Lemon (brown hatter and jerker) Jeffrey Tobin and how clear and concise Joe Biden is.

The TDS is kicking in again just read Bluey and RJ,I might have to put the lifeline number up again.

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21 hours ago, Lee270744 said:

Mighty and Hoke love Brian Stelter CNN no 1 presenter also Lemon (brown hatter and jerker) Jeffrey Tobin and how clear and concise Joe Biden is.

The TDS is kicking in again just read Bluey and RJ,I might have to put the lifeline number up again.

God you're a non-sensical, repetitive and boring bull shit artist talking through a hole in your arse......STILL.  

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 Just for our local village idiot and his followers, more good news…….

 

For years, Donald Trump has asked, “Where’s John Durham?” We can now answer the question: Durham’s in court, losing in humiliating fashion.
 
Don’t tell me he got it wrong again…..surely not……..?? 😆
 

https://www.msnbc.com/rachel-maddow-show/maddowblog/major-setback-durham-jury-acquits-former-clinton-lawyer-rcna31281

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Rank Name R-Chg Audience A-Chg
1 The Five   3,494,000 5
2 Tucker Carlson Tonight   3,389,000 6
3 Jesse Watters Primetime   2,924,000 6
4 Hannity   2,886,000 6
5 Special Report with Bret Baier   2,598,000 4
6 The Ingraham Angle   2,251,000 7
7 Gutfeld! 1 1,985,000 2
8 Outnumbered 1 1,929,000 3
9 America's Newsroom   1,874,000 3
10 The Faulkner Focus   1,812,000 5
11 Your World with Neil Cavuto 1 1,671,000 7
12 The Story with Martha MacCallum 1 1,636,000 8
13 The Rachel Maddow Show 2 1,632,000 11
14 America Reports   1,625,000 8
15 Fox & Friends   1,419,000 2
16 The Last Word with Lawrence O'Donnell   1,326,000 3
17 All In with Chris Hayes   1,208,000 9
18 The Beat with Ari Melber 1 1,155,000 7
19 Deadline: White House 1 1,116,000 12
20 The ReidOut with Joy Reid 1 1,045,000 10

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The Rachel Maddow show, is it still the no1 watched show on cable, or is it the only one watched by imbeciles.

Who is the best Mad Rachel( Russia Russia Russia) or Lemon the brown hatter or Toobin the jerker, tell us all which one you tape and put on loop?

💩 This might help you>

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31 minutes ago, Lee270744 said:

The Rachel Maddow show, is it still the no1 watched show on cable, or is it the only one watched by imbeciles.

Who is the best Mad Rachel( Russia Russia Russia) or Lemon the brown hatter or Toobin the jerker, tell us all which one you tape and put on loop?

💩 This might help you>

Yeah, there are a lot of braindead, brainwashed morons out there who are not interested in truth or reality….keeps Fox going…..🙈

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So his daughter, AJ Barr and 4 of his lawyers tell him he lost the election. What a guy. Last week he’s in Wyoming telling his rally its a lie. Only in America you can get away with this…😊

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On 6/11/2022 at 11:57 AM, Lee270744 said:

RUSSIA RUSSIA RUSSIA only in NZ they believed this well hokey and mitey did.

 

Do you ever take your hand off it, even just for one moment? 

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Very lame Mitey. I see Avenatti the bloke who was to take down Trump that you and Hokey were cheering for on CNN got 4 years for robbing the pornstar.

I know you two will be upset, CNN got a great record they would be Ajax's  odds (40's on) to clean up on ratings.

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23 hours ago, Lee270744 said:

Very lame Mitey. I see Avenatti the bloke who was to take down Trump that you and Hokey were cheering for on CNN got 4 years for robbing the pornstar.

I know you two will be upset, CNN got a great record they would be Ajax's  odds (40's on) to clean up on ratings.

You'd do a fuck sight better to concentrate on what you're thinking about things that try and imagine what other people might be thinking you absolute retard. 

I challenged you above to find one post, just one post over the multiple years this thread has run for, that backed up what you are alleging I have been, and am, thinking, and you could not do it. Obviously. Because you're full of shit.

Your theory is if one hates Trump they are a Biden supporter. Your theory is if one rubbishes Fox News they are a CNN supporter. You probably think if it's not black it's white, but there are plenty of other colours in the rainbow.

New challenge for you, which you won't accept, and could not win even if you were man enough to accept it; find one post where I've praised CNN and/or any of its hosts. I've never even heard of the person you are referring to as somebody I was cheering on. I'm sure it's possible to get help for the all too obvious problems you have.  

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Meanwhile, in the REAL World……….🙈

 

The latest January 6 hearing delved into Donald Trump and the 'Big Lie'. These were the big moments

In the second hearing into the former US president's efforts to overturn the 2020 election, several Trump insiders described the chaos that unfolded on election night as an 'intoxicated' Rudy Guliani concocted a plan to postpone the inevitable.

 

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14 June 2022 

The second televised hearing from the House committee investigating the attack on the US Capitol on January 6, 2021, got off to a slow start.

A key witness, former Trump campaign manager William Stepien, was subpoenaed to testify live but pulled out shortly before the Monday morning hearing when his wife went into labour.

Regardless, the Democrat-led committee, which has two Republican members, continued to lay out its allegations that former US president Donald Trump plotted to overturn the 2020 presidential election.

The committee shared further evidence Mr Trump ignored numerous credible sources — including his staff and members of his family — who told him his outlandish claims of election tinkering were completely unfounded.

"Today we will demonstrate the 2020 election was not stolen," said congresswoman Zoe Lofgren, one of seven Democrats on the committee.

"We will present evidence that Mr Trump's claims of election fraud were false, that he and his closest advisers knew those claims were false, but they continue to peddle them anyway."

Ms Lofgren also explained how Mr Trump elicited millions of dollars in donations for post-election legal disputes he knew he would lose.

"The big lie was also a big rip-off," she said.

Here's what we learned.

Donald Trump's attorney-general dismissed his 'bogus' fraud claims

During its first hearing, the committee aired a snippet of former US attorney-general William Barr's recorded testimony in which he described Mr Trump's claims the election was stolen as "bullshit".

Today it revealed several more significant portions of Mr Barr's testimony.

"Right out of the box on election night, the president claimed that there was major fraud underway, and this happened, as far as I can tell, before there was actually any potential evidence," he said.

Mr Barr described how Mr Trump jumped on the so-called "red mirage", a phenomenon that gives Republicans, who more often vote in person, early leads in election counts as mail-in ballots, favoured by Democrats, slowly roll in.

He added that "everyone understood for weeks that that was going to be what happened on election night", but the former president tuned out the advice.

In their first meeting at the White House following the election, Mr Barr recalled Mr Trump sharing his sprawling theory of election fraud, before demanding to know why the Department of Justice (DOJ) was not investigating.

"The department doesn't take sides in elections and the department is not an extension of your legal team," Mr Barr said he replied.

He told the committee the DOJ had looked into several such claims and found they were neither credible nor substantive enough to affect the election outcome.

"There was an avalanche of all these allegations of fraud that built up over a number of days and it was like playing Whac-a-Mole because something would come out one day and then the next day it would be another issue.

"I was influenced by the fact that all early claims that I understood were completely bogus and silly and usually based on complete misinformation."

Mr Barr said he was concerned the then-president had no interest in establishing the "actual facts".

"If he really believes this stuff, I thought he’d lost contact, or become detached from reality," he said.

The former president turned on 'team normal'

Despite not appearing in person, Mr Stepien was among several senior Trump campaign officials and White House aides, including Ivanka Trump and Jared Kushner, whose testimony was shown during the hearing.

Presented together, the statements from the various witnesses painted a picture of how the mood shifted inside the White House on election night as several key states began to swing in President Joe Biden's favour.

When former Fox political editor Chris Stirewalt, who also testified in the hearing, called Arizona for Mr Biden, many of the staff knew it would be near impossible to claw back victory.

"In every election, and certainly in a national election, you expect to see the Republican with a lead but it's not really a lead," Mr Stirewalt.

"When you put together a jigsaw puzzle, it doesn't matter which piece you put in first, it ends up with the same image."

Mr Stepien, who identified as part of "team normal", described the Trump campaign's chances of winning as "very, very, very bleak" as its lead narrowed.

Even so, an apparently "intoxicated" Rudy Giuliani, one of Mr Trump's most high-profile lawyers, told his boss to publicly declare victory.

"It was far too early to be making any calls like that," Mr Stepien said.

"My recommendation was to say that votes were still being counted, it's too early to tell … but we're proud of the race we have run and we think we're in a good position and we will have more to say about this the next day.

Instead, in a televised address in front of a wall of American flags, Mr Trump seemed to take Giuliani's advice.

"Frankly, we did win the election," he said.

The 'Big Lie' was debunked

The second part of the hearing featured a panel of witnesses to help fact-check the many falsehoods Mr Trump and his allies used to justify more than 60 spurious lawsuits.

Benjamin Ginsberg, the well-known Republican election lawyer who represented former president George W Bush in his tight win against Al Gore, said the 2020 presidential election was "not close" by comparison.

"In 2000, that was 537 [votes in Florida] and close," he said.

"In this election, the most narrow margin was 10,000 and something in Arizona, and you just don't make up those sorts of numbers in recounts."

Of the 62 lawsuits Mr Trump filed, he lost 61 outright and the other didn't come out in favour of either candidate.

Roughly half were dismissed at the procedural stage.

Al Schmidt, a former Philadelphia city commissioner, said he received deaths threats after Mr Trump accused him of being a RINO, or Republican in name only, for debunking a claim thousands of dead people voted in his state.

"Not only was there not evidence of 8,000 dead voters voting in Pennsylvania, there wasn't evidence of eight," Mr Schmidt said.

Another state official, BJay Pak, a former US attorney from Georgia, explained how a false rumour about "a suitcase of ballots" found in Atlanta took hold.

The Trump campaign raised $US100 million the week after the election

A key focus of the hearing was the way in which Mr Trump dragged out his legal strategy to keep fundraising off his false election fraud claims.

In her final comments, Ms Lofgren pointed out litigation generally did not continue beyond mid-December in an election year.

But a video presentation outlined how the Trump campaign would sometimes send as many as 25 emails a day calling on its supporters to donate to the "official election defence fund".

The committee said it found no such fund existed, but the campaign still raised around $US250 million — nearly $US100 million in the week following the election.

Most of the money allegedly went to a newly created Save America PAC, which spent it on various Trump-aligned properties or entities, including $US204,857 for the Trump Hotel Collection.

The remaining hearings are scheduled throughout June, with the third announced on Thursday, June 16, at midnight AEST.

 

 

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1 hour ago, Ohokaman said:

Meanwhile, in the REAL World……….🙈

 

The latest January 6 hearing delved into Donald Trump and the 'Big Lie'. These were the big moments

In the second hearing into the former US president's efforts to overturn the 2020 election, several Trump insiders described the chaos that unfolded on election night as an 'intoxicated' Rudy Guliani concocted a plan to postpone the inevitable.

 

0
 

14 June 2022 

The second televised hearing from the House committee investigating the attack on the US Capitol on January 6, 2021, got off to a slow start.

A key witness, former Trump campaign manager William Stepien, was subpoenaed to testify live but pulled out shortly before the Monday morning hearing when his wife went into labour.

Regardless, the Democrat-led committee, which has two Republican members, continued to lay out its allegations that former US president Donald Trump plotted to overturn the 2020 presidential election.

The committee shared further evidence Mr Trump ignored numerous credible sources — including his staff and members of his family — who told him his outlandish claims of election tinkering were completely unfounded.

"Today we will demonstrate the 2020 election was not stolen," said congresswoman Zoe Lofgren, one of seven Democrats on the committee.

"We will present evidence that Mr Trump's claims of election fraud were false, that he and his closest advisers knew those claims were false, but they continue to peddle them anyway."

Ms Lofgren also explained how Mr Trump elicited millions of dollars in donations for post-election legal disputes he knew he would lose.

"The big lie was also a big rip-off," she said.

Here's what we learned.

Donald Trump's attorney-general dismissed his 'bogus' fraud claims

During its first hearing, the committee aired a snippet of former US attorney-general William Barr's recorded testimony in which he described Mr Trump's claims the election was stolen as "bullshit".

Today it revealed several more significant portions of Mr Barr's testimony.

"Right out of the box on election night, the president claimed that there was major fraud underway, and this happened, as far as I can tell, before there was actually any potential evidence," he said.

Mr Barr described how Mr Trump jumped on the so-called "red mirage", a phenomenon that gives Republicans, who more often vote in person, early leads in election counts as mail-in ballots, favoured by Democrats, slowly roll in.

He added that "everyone understood for weeks that that was going to be what happened on election night", but the former president tuned out the advice.

In their first meeting at the White House following the election, Mr Barr recalled Mr Trump sharing his sprawling theory of election fraud, before demanding to know why the Department of Justice (DOJ) was not investigating.

"The department doesn't take sides in elections and the department is not an extension of your legal team," Mr Barr said he replied.

He told the committee the DOJ had looked into several such claims and found they were neither credible nor substantive enough to affect the election outcome.

"There was an avalanche of all these allegations of fraud that built up over a number of days and it was like playing Whac-a-Mole because something would come out one day and then the next day it would be another issue.

"I was influenced by the fact that all early claims that I understood were completely bogus and silly and usually based on complete misinformation."

Mr Barr said he was concerned the then-president had no interest in establishing the "actual facts".

"If he really believes this stuff, I thought he’d lost contact, or become detached from reality," he said.

The former president turned on 'team normal'

Despite not appearing in person, Mr Stepien was among several senior Trump campaign officials and White House aides, including Ivanka Trump and Jared Kushner, whose testimony was shown during the hearing.

Presented together, the statements from the various witnesses painted a picture of how the mood shifted inside the White House on election night as several key states began to swing in President Joe Biden's favour.

When former Fox political editor Chris Stirewalt, who also testified in the hearing, called Arizona for Mr Biden, many of the staff knew it would be near impossible to claw back victory.

"In every election, and certainly in a national election, you expect to see the Republican with a lead but it's not really a lead," Mr Stirewalt.

"When you put together a jigsaw puzzle, it doesn't matter which piece you put in first, it ends up with the same image."

Mr Stepien, who identified as part of "team normal", described the Trump campaign's chances of winning as "very, very, very bleak" as its lead narrowed.

Even so, an apparently "intoxicated" Rudy Giuliani, one of Mr Trump's most high-profile lawyers, told his boss to publicly declare victory.

"It was far too early to be making any calls like that," Mr Stepien said.

"My recommendation was to say that votes were still being counted, it's too early to tell … but we're proud of the race we have run and we think we're in a good position and we will have more to say about this the next day.

Instead, in a televised address in front of a wall of American flags, Mr Trump seemed to take Giuliani's advice.

"Frankly, we did win the election," he said.

The 'Big Lie' was debunked

The second part of the hearing featured a panel of witnesses to help fact-check the many falsehoods Mr Trump and his allies used to justify more than 60 spurious lawsuits.

Benjamin Ginsberg, the well-known Republican election lawyer who represented former president George W Bush in his tight win against Al Gore, said the 2020 presidential election was "not close" by comparison.

"In 2000, that was 537 [votes in Florida] and close," he said.

"In this election, the most narrow margin was 10,000 and something in Arizona, and you just don't make up those sorts of numbers in recounts."

Of the 62 lawsuits Mr Trump filed, he lost 61 outright and the other didn't come out in favour of either candidate.

Roughly half were dismissed at the procedural stage.

Al Schmidt, a former Philadelphia city commissioner, said he received deaths threats after Mr Trump accused him of being a RINO, or Republican in name only, for debunking a claim thousands of dead people voted in his state.

"Not only was there not evidence of 8,000 dead voters voting in Pennsylvania, there wasn't evidence of eight," Mr Schmidt said.

Another state official, BJay Pak, a former US attorney from Georgia, explained how a false rumour about "a suitcase of ballots" found in Atlanta took hold.

The Trump campaign raised $US100 million the week after the election

A key focus of the hearing was the way in which Mr Trump dragged out his legal strategy to keep fundraising off his false election fraud claims.

In her final comments, Ms Lofgren pointed out litigation generally did not continue beyond mid-December in an election year.

But a video presentation outlined how the Trump campaign would sometimes send as many as 25 emails a day calling on its supporters to donate to the "official election defence fund".

The committee said it found no such fund existed, but the campaign still raised around $US250 million — nearly $US100 million in the week following the election.

Most of the money allegedly went to a newly created Save America PAC, which spent it on various Trump-aligned properties or entities, including $US204,857 for the Trump Hotel Collection.

The remaining hearings are scheduled throughout June, with the third announced on Thursday, June 16, at midnight AEST.

 

 

Ahhhh yes, the real world. I remember THAT!!

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12 hours ago, Idolmite said:

Ahhhh yes, the real world. I remember THAT!!

 

You and ohakaman are in bloody Lala land!!

you still prop up the lie... as though it has legs...

when will you both wake up??

And stop peddling the BS

 

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8 hours ago, 6xes said:

 

You and ohakaman are in bloody Lala land!!

you still prop up the lie... as though it has legs...

when will you both wake up??

And stop peddling the BS

 

Ironic coming from you…..the fairy story believer…..🙈

And that you refuse to believe that Trump is nothing but a narcissistic, lying conman says it all really.

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First thing I'll say is I'm Man enough to have my name on my posts.

Another question are you and Hokey man enough to put your names not aliases on your posts?

Have you two searched to get a cure for your fucking TRUMP DERANGEMENT SYNDROME?

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1 hour ago, Lee270744 said:

First thing I'll say is I'm Man enough to have my name on my posts.

Another question are you and Hokey man enough to put your names not aliases on your posts?

Have you two searched to get a cure for your fucking TRUMP DERANGEMENT SYNDROME?

Probably the wrong one, but who cares ? Suggest you read some of the above regarding the biggest lying scumbag conman known to man.

Clueless fuckwits like you though are too blind, or dumb, or both, to recognise the obvious.

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On 6/2/2022 at 1:03 PM, Lee270744 said:
Rank Name R-Chg Audience A-Chg
1 The Five   3,494,000 5
2 Tucker Carlson Tonight   3,389,000 6
3 Jesse Watters Primetime   2,924,000 6
4 Hannity   2,886,000 6
5 Special Report with Bret Baier   2,598,000 4
6 The Ingraham Angle   2,251,000 7
7 Gutfeld! 1 1,985,000 2
8 Outnumbered 1 1,929,000 3
9 America's Newsroom   1,874,000 3
10 The Faulkner Focus   1,812,000 5
11 Your World with Neil Cavuto 1 1,671,000 7
12 The Story with Martha MacCallum 1 1,636,000 8
13 The Rachel Maddow Show 2 1,632,000 11
14 America Reports   1,625,000 8
15 Fox & Friends   1,419,000 2
16 The Last Word with Lawrence O'Donnell   1,326,000 3
17 All In with Chris Hayes   1,208,000 9
18 The Beat with Ari Melber 1 1,155,000 7
19 Deadline: White House 1 1,116,000 12
20 The ReidOut with Joy Reid 1 1,045,000 10

You are aware that the US population is over 330 million, so whoopee……

Try and work out the share percentages….we’ll wait……..🤔

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8 hours ago, Ohokaman said:

Probably the wrong one, but who cares ? Suggest you read some of the above regarding the biggest lying scumbag conman known to man.

Clueless fuckwits like you though are too blind, or dumb, or both, to recognise the obvious.

 

The same people who believed that Biden won the election neglecting the massive Fraud... are the same people who still believe Humans have landed on the moon!!

Gullible!!

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