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Desantis Will Ask For Help Now

16:24 Sep 30 2022
Times Read: 219

This little thug has no choice... he will come hat and hand for help to Biden... Did you hear that when the little prick was in Congress he voted against helping New York when they were slammed by Hurricane Sandy

I hope to fuck they vote him out in November....... but give the State the money




GOPQ Operative Charged With Felonies

01:56 Sep 30 2022
Times Read: 227

A witness saw a poll worker insert a USB drive into an electronic poll book after polls closed early last month in the Michigan statewide primary in Gaines Township.

Kent County Prosecutor Chris Becker announced charges against James Holkeboer, a GOP delegate, for falsifying records under election law, a felony punishable by up to five years in prison and/or a $1,000 fine, and using a computer to commit a crime, a felony punishable by up to four years in prison and/or a $5,000 fine.

Have you ever noticed that whatever Republicans accuse Democrats of doing, they are guilty of doing that same thing? Yeah, so that happened again.

Holkeboer was an election inspector, or poll worker, at the Gaines Township 8th Precinct, where an individual witnessed Holkeboer place a USB drive into the electronic poll book, according to Kent County Clerk Lisa Posthumus Lyons' office.

Poll books are not connected to vote tabulators and contain voter registration data. This data includes personal and confidential information that election workers use to oversee elections at their precincts.

Kent County Clerk Lisa Posthumus Lyons said, "(T)his incident is extremely egregious and incredibly alarming. Not only is it a violation of Michigan law, but it is a violation of public trust and of the oath all election workers are required to take."

According to Posthumus Lyons, the electronic poll book was not connected to the precinct's tabulation equipment or the internet. She stated that Michigan criminal and election law provisions protect the electronic poll bo

Kent County Prosecutor Chris Becker announced charges against James Holkeboer, a GOP delegate, for falsifying records under election law, a felony punishable by up to five years in prison and/or a $1,000 fine, and using a computer to commit a crime, a felony punishable by up to four years in prison and/or a $5,000 fine.

Holkeboer was an election inspector, or poll worker, at the Gaines Township 8th Precinct, where an individual witnessed Holkeboer place a USB drive into the electronic poll book, according to Kent County Clerk Lisa Posthumus Lyons' office.

Poll books are not connected to vote tabulators and contain voter registration data. This data includes personal and confidential information that election workers use to oversee elections at their precincts.

Kent County Clerk Lisa Posthumus Lyons said, "(T)his incident is extremely egregious and incredibly alarming. Not only is it a violation of Michigan law, but it is a violation of public trust and of the oath all election workers are required to take."

According to Posthumus Lyons, the electronic poll book was not connected to the precinct's tabulation equipment or the internet. She stated that Michigan criminal and election law provisions protect the electronic poll book.

Holkeboer is a Republican worker and a GOP delegate. It's unclear if Holkeboer was fired or if the GOP gave him a promotion. You never know these days

My take: lol....




FOX Motion To Dismiss DENIED

14:11 Sep 29 2022
Times Read: 237




Space Laser Barbie's Husband Says I'm Done

11:06 Sep 29 2022
Times Read: 242

Marjorie Taylor Greene's husband has filed a petition for divorce.

Perry Greene filed his divorce petition on Wednesday in Georgia's Floyd County.

Perry Greene's divorce petition indicated that their marriage was "irretrievably broken."

Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene's husband, Perry Greene, filed for divorce Wednesday.

According to court documents seen by Insider, Perry Greene and the conservative congresswoman have been married for just over 27 years. In his petition, Perry Greene wrote that he and the congresswoman had been in a "bona-fide state of separation" before he filed the papers in Georgia's Floyd County.

He added that their marriage was "irretrievably broken."

He also asked that the divorce be filed under seal, saying "the record will contain sensitive personal and financial information, the public disclosure of which would negatively impact the parties' privacy interests."

Marjorie Taylor Greene, according to court filings, acknowledged receipt of the divorce petition Wednesday.

When contacted for comment, the congresswoman's representatives told Insider the divorce was a "private and personal matter."

"Marriage is a wonderful thing and I'm a firm believer in it," the congresswoman said in a statement. "Our society is formed by a husband and wife creating a family to nurture and protect. Together, Perry and I formed our family and raised three great kids. He gave me the best job title you can ever earn: Mom. I'll always be grateful for how great of a dad he is to our children."

Perry Greene told Insider the congresswoman was his "best friend for the last 29 years" and an "amazing mom."

"Our family is our most important thing we have done," he said. "As we go on different paths we will continue to focus on our three incredible kids and their future endeavors and our friendship."


Well, this guy probably helped create this whack -a-doo




Tuesday Was a Busy Day For Convicting Insurrectionist Trash - LOL

00:19 Sep 29 2022
Times Read: 248

We stormed the capitol, it’s insane.”

So proclaimed John Strand in a text after entering the halls of Congress last Jan. 6. The message was part of a seemingly endless procession of evidence — including photos, videos, tweets, texts, and more — documenting Strand’s role in the riot that was displayed before a jury at the D.C. District Court in Washington last week. Strand was convicted on all five charges he faced on Tuesday, and now faces up to 24 years in prison.

Strand’s potential sentence is so harsh because he refused to take a plea deal, instead opting to fight the charges against him before a jury and through an absurd online campaign for vindication. Strand, a model-turned-Covid-19 conspiracy theorist, posts regularly on his social media channels about how he’s being persecuted, and set up a website splashed with glamour shots and links to donate. “FROM GUCCI TO GUILTY,” reads a banner on the site. It’s as if Derek Zoolander stormed the Capitol and then did all he could to secure the longest prison sentence possible.

Strand reportedly wore a pair of stylish silver loafers during closing arguments on Monday, during which his own lawyer called him a “poseur.” It didn’t work. He was found guilty a day later of four misdemeanors related to unlawfully entering the Capitol, and a felony charge of obstructing an official proceeding. The felony conviction itself could put Strand away for 20 years.

Read it here https://www.yahoo.com/entertainment/maga-derek-zoolander-convicted-role-153302272.html





Mango Sidelines 3 Million Dollar Lawyer

23:24 Sep 28 2022
Times Read: 254

A highly regarded lawyer for Donald Trump has been sidelined less than a month after he was hired to defend against the investigation into government documents kept at Mar-a-Lago, according to CNN.

In mid-September, media reports found that former Florida Solicitor General Chris Kise was paid a whopping $3 million advance to represent the former president after the FBI seized 11,000 sensitive files from his Florida home in August.

However, Kise was officially sidelined from the federal probe by Tuesday. CNN reported that the lawyer is expected to stay on Trump’s legal team but will not be leading the defense.

Although Trump representatives haven’t explained the reason for the shift, observers are suggesting that Kise may focus on other investigations facing the former president, such as a recent lawsuit filed by the New York attorney general over allegations of a long-running tax-dodging scheme.

Considering that Kise is no longer the top attorney, his $3 million advance might seem a tad high ― especially since Trump has a long history of allegedly stiffing the people who work for him. However, Kise’s salary was covered by the former president’s key fundraising arm, the Save America political action committee.

Online, the latest news about Kise inspired all sorts of hilarious speculation from Twitter users.


My take: This guy Kise told Mango he was fucked regarding the classified docs and that he may wish to consider a deal . The old saying is that Trump and Good Attorneys are soon parted.....




Another Jan 6 Traitor Convicted

23:20 Sep 28 2022
Times Read: 255

WASHINGTON (AP) — A Maine man who joined rioters at the U.S. Capitol was convicted Tuesday of 11 charges including assaulting, resisting or impeding police officers.

Kyle Fitzsimons, 39, of Lebanon, charged to the front line on Jan. 6, 2021, and assaulted officers including three from the Metropolitan and Capitol Police Departments who testified against him. He also charged the line twice while wildly swinging his fists, prosecutors said.

Fitzsimons faced the most serious charges stemming from the attempt to stop or delay the counting of electoral votes. A widely shared photo captured him with a bloody face on that day.

One of the officers testified Fitzsimons pulled back his gas mask so fellow rioters could attack him with chemical spray. A second officer said she was hit by a bow that prosecutors say Fitzsimons brought from Maine and threw at officers. A third testified Fitzsimons jerked away his shield, damaging his shoulder, necessitating surgery.

The defense contended Fitzsimons went to Washington to support a constitutional and legal process, in which elected members of Congress could have voted against certifying the presidential vote.

Fitzsimons will be sentenced at a later date. The seven felony charges carry a maximum of penalty of 91 years in prison, prosecutors said.






Yet Another Jan 6 Insurrectionist Gets Prison Time

22:53 Sep 24 2022
Times Read: 268

Hamner showed up to the riot with a "Guns don't kill people, Clintons do" shirt.

At the riot, he engaged in a "tug-of-war" with officers over a bike rack being used as a barricade, the DOJ said.

A federal judge sentenced a Colorado man to 30-months behind bars on Friday for his participation in the Capitol riot on Jan. 6, 2021, according to a release from the Justice Department.

On the day of the insurrection, Thomas Patrick Hamner, 49, hopped over barricades blocking the West Lawn of the Capitol building, investigators said. Then he joined a slew of "violent rioters" who pushed against police attempting to keep them from advancing further, the release says.

While part of that crowd, Hamner "engaged with a tug-of-war with a Capitol Police officer and an officer from the Metropolitan Police Department over a bike rack that was being used as a barricade," according to the DOJ.

Hamner showed up to the riot wearing a "Guns don't kill people, Clintons do" shirt, according to evidence compiled by investigators.

He was arrested in November last year and pleaded guilty to a felony charge of interfering with law enforcement officers during a civil disorder in May.

He was indicted on that charge, as well as five others that he had pleaded not guilty to, the release says. Besides the stint in prison, Hamner will also have to pay a $2,000 fine and faces three years of probation when he's released, the DOJ said.

The Capitol riot left five people, including one police officer, dead. Members of the Proud Boys, which is classified as a hate group by the Southern Poverty Law Center, were also present.

Organizers were emboldened by former President Donald Trump's urges to protest the results of the 2020 election with him, despite Democrat Joe Biden's election victory.

In February, insurrectionists scrambled to delete photos and social-media posts proving their participation in the Capitol riot. Some broke their cellphones, scrubbed their social media accounts, and tried to wipe hard drives that might contain photos and other proof of their involvement.

But others boasted of their involvement, making it easier for the FBI to catch and charge them.

So far, more than 919 people have been charged in connection with the insurrection, according to Insider's database.

Hamner's attorney did not immediately respond to Insider's request for comment.


Next Up... let's go




Another Jan6 Defendant Convicted of Felonies Today

01:39 Sep 24 2022
Times Read: 278

Des Moines Register
Fri, September 23, 2022 at 7:13 PM
Doug Jensen of Des Moines was convicted by a jury in Washington, D.C., of seven federal charges he faced for his role in the Jan. 6, 2021, attack on the U.S. Capitol.

The jury deliberated four hours Friday before finding Jensen guilty of civil disorder, assaulting, resisting or impeding an officer, and other offenses.

What did prosecutors say?
During the week-long trial, prosecutors and officers who defended the Capitol described Jensen as a "leader of the mob" that stormed the building.

"Doug Jensen would not be stopped on Jan. 6 until he got what he came for: to stop the peaceful transfer of power," prosecutors said in their closing argument.

The prosecution's case leaned heavily on extensive video and photographs of Jensen parading through the Capitol, along with testimony from several members of law enforcement who clashed with him in the building.

"Jensen was the rioter who would not back down," prosecutors argued. "If it wasn't all recorded from at least 10 different angles, it'd be pretty hard to believe."

More: Who is Doug Jensen? Tracing a QAnon believer's path to the Jan. 6 Capitol riot

What did Doug Jensen's lawyer say?
Defense attorney Christopher Davis sought to distinguish between rioters who came "dressed in costume" and those "dressed for battle."

Davis argued that Jensen, who is expected to be sentenced in December, was one of the former and did not pose a serious threat to the officers he encountered.

Davis said the pandemic "did weird things to everyone" — perhaps Jensen more than others, he argued. He repeatedly described Jensen as "a confused man."

"He believed (QAnon)," Davis said. "He honestly believed it. … There's no other explanation for what he did that day."

As the guilty verdicts were announced, Jensen's wife, April, quietly cried as she sat in the second row of the courtroom behind him. Jensen blew a kiss to his wife when he came in to receive the verdict and she blew a kiss back when he was on his way out.

In custody before the trial, Jensen remained in custody after the verdicts.

What crimes did Doug Jensen commit?
The most serious charge against Jensen was obstructing an official proceeding, which carries a maximum 20-year sentence, compared with maximum terms of five years for civil disorder or one year for entering restricted grounds or impeding a police officer.

He was found guilty of five felony offenses, according to the U.S. Attorney's Office: "assaulting, resisting, or impeding a law enforcement officer, obstruction of an official proceeding, interfering with a law enforcement officer during a civil disorder, entering and remaining in a restricted building or grounds with a dangerous weapon, and disorderly and disruptive conduct in a restricted building or grounds with a dangerous weapon.

He also was found guilty of the misdemeanor offenses of disorderly conduct in a Capitol building, and parading, demonstrating or picketing in a Capitol building.

More: Officer testifies in Doug Jensen trial: the Des Moines man was a 'leader of the mob' in U.S. Capitol riot

How much jail time will Doug Jensen face?
"The felony charges carry a total statutory maximum of 53 years in prison and potential financial penalties. The misdemeanor offenses carry a combined statutory maximum of one year of incarceration and potential financial penalties," the U.S. Attorney's Office said.

Defendants typically don’t receive maximum sentences allowable under federal guidelines.

Longer sentences so far from Jan. 6 crimes have tended to go to defendants who attacked police officers. The longest was 10 years given to a retired New York police officer and Marine veteran, Thomas Webster, who attacked and choked an officer.

Prosecutors have recommended seven years, two months for Iowan Kyle Young, who pleaded guilty to assaulting, resisting or impeding a police officer. He is set to be sentenced Sept. 27.

More: Read the transcript of Jan. 6 U.S. Capitol riot suspect Doug Jensen's FBI interview

Photos and videos of Doug Jensen at the US Capitol, law enforcement interaction were key
The prosecution's case leaned heavily on extensive video and photographs of Jensen parading through the Capitol, along with testimony from several members of law enforcement who clashed with him in the building.

Capitol police Officer Eugene Goodman — who a reporter's viral video showed being pursued by Jensen up a Capitol stairway — and other officers who testified in the trial portrayed Jensen as "aggressive, "arrogant," and at one point, the "leader of the mob."

Jensen's pursuit of Goodman "was not a game of follow the leader; that was Officer Goodman in survival mode," prosecutors said.

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Doug Jensen posted photos of himself in D.C. on social media
In a now-deleted Facebook post, Jensen posted a photo of himself standing near the Washington Monument in the same sweatshirt and T-shirt. The T-shirt has an eagle and large Q on the front.

Before Jensen's Facebook page disappeared, many of Jensen's posts consisted of images in support of President Donald Trump and QAnon.

He also posted on Twitter a screen grab of him confronting police and tagged two people whose accounts were suspended. In another tweet of a screen grab, he captioned the photo, "Me …"

Jensen also posted a video on TikTok, saying he's being turned into the "poster boy" for the riots in Washington, D.C., and not to believe the news.

My take: Good... To bad is wife married some dumb ass who believed in conspiracy theories.... Give him 10 years.

NEXT: I do believe the one eyed, fat,man, Stewart Rhodes, and his Oath Keepers are up next week.... lol We will see seditious conspiracy maybe a hard sell




Lying GOPQ Candidate Dumped

13:19 Sep 23 2022
Times Read: 289

I guess getting caught lying about one's military service is a problem..... on the other hand the GOPQ is willing to overlook Herschel Walker's claim to have been a Special agent for the F.B.I...... which also is a lie




Special Master To Mango- Put Up Or Shut UP

10:50 Sep 23 2022
Times Read: 292

lol.... The Special Master has ordered the Trump Legal Team to offer proof that any of the documents found at Mar-a-lago were planted by the FBI. This has to be done by Sept 30..... and oh no, he has said he may want actual testimony from individuals.......

In case you have forgotten already the special master is a retired Federal Judge appointed by Republican Ronald Reagan....

wow, actual testimony...... raise your right hand... "do you swear or affirm"




And In New York

10:43 Sep 22 2022
Times Read: 300

Civil Suits drag on for years..... Perhaps his offspring should be more concerned than him..... Based on his age and unhealthy appearance I would say his next Big Mac might do him in.....

Ahhh but the criminal referrals to the I.R.S. and D.O. J. are interesting... This means here you go we did it for you simply file on the Orange Jesus... and lock his fat, orange, ass up

oh, and next week Stewart Rhodes, the one-eyed fat man, goes on trial for seditious conspiracy, along with others.... we shall see how it goes.....




Fed Appeals Court Reverses

10:31 Sep 22 2022
Times Read: 301

In essence the 3 Judge Panel of the 11th Circuit, consisting of Two Mango appointed Judges and one Obama appointed Judge, said it was a no brainer....

meanwhile in New York




GA Gov Kemp Says Birth Control Next

13:17 Sep 16 2022
Times Read: 319

Current Ga Gov. Kemp is up for re-election says birth control is next.

You see these GOPQ members want women pregnant and at home. They do not want them in the work place unless it's McDonalds. They do not want them at Universities unless it's their daughters. They do not want them holding elective office because they are to emotional (that is what one piece of MAGA trash has said).

Better wake the fuck up. You think it can't happen here and you are wrong. Yesterday, Gov Desantis of Floriduh sent a planeload of illegal immigrants to Massachusetts. This is the same thing Southern Sates did 60 and 70 years ago with certain people of color. Senator Josh Hawley (you know raised fist insurrectionist) has said with the last few days that the U.S. Constitution was based on the Christian bible. I guess that is why it condoned slavery.

"Revolutionary writer Thomas Paine attacked the Bible relentlessly. Thomas Jefferson, who wrote the Declaration of Independence, literally used a razor on the New Testament, taking out parts he thought were based on superstition or nonsense. James Madison co-wrote the Federalist Papers, and is considered the primary author of the Constitution. “During almost fifteen centuries has the legal establishment of Christianity been on trial,” he wrote in 1785.

What have been its fruits?” he asked. “More or less in all places, pride and indolence in the clergy, ignorance and servility in the laity; in both, superstition, bigotry and persecution.” That hardly sounds like someone using the Bible as a template for self-government.

And those are just comments by 3 of the Founders.... I'm sure Desantis and others wish to erase that from history

Read more at: https://www.kansascity.com/opinion/editorials/article265853016.html#storylink=cpy

But again women are under attack, people of color are under attack, alternative lifestyles are under attack, people of science, medicine, learning are under attack. Better wake the fuck up.... it's almost GO TIME




Mississippi Burning Under Republicans

15:58 Sep 15 2022
Times Read: 328

highest covid death rate
lowest life expectancy
highest infant mortality
highest gun deaths
poorest sate in the country ( I thought W. Va was)
Jackson Miss. has been boiling water since July... it is now Sept 15
warned by the EPA of the dangers of the Jackson water supply... yet, the Republican controlled legislature did nothing... after all can't believe the Feds right?
Miss. received billions under the American Rescue Plan passed on a party line vote meaning the Republicans said no
majority of money went to republican controlled areas
And Brett Favre..supporter of Mango Mussolini... welfare money diverted to favre to build a volleyball complex... this asshole did not want to use his own money.
Nancy New has admitted to diverting Federal Money ( A Federal crime) directly to Favre and to Southern Miss

and this in a fucking state that is literally the poorest sate in the Country.




Lindell Cries The Blues

10:30 Sep 15 2022
Times Read: 336

and Tina Peters is being prosecuted in State Court in Colorado so when she is convicted there will be no dangling of a pardon by Mango Mussolini




3 More Insurrectionist Trash Convicted of Felonies

11:48 Sep 14 2022
Times Read: 344

Washington (CNN)Three January 6, 2021, rioters involved in one of the most brutal assaults on police during the attack at the US Capitol were found guilty on Tuesday of several felonies following a bench trial before a federal judge.

Patrick McCaughey was found guilty of nine counts, including assault with a deadly weapon, for an attack against Washington, DC, police officer Daniel Hodges. A video of the assault, in which Hodges screamed in pain as he was crushed against a doorway and had his mask ripped off his face, went viral shortly after the attack.
"The lower west terrace and the lower west terrace tunnel were the scenes of shocking violence and hostility towards police on January 6, 2021," District Judge Trevor McFadden said before handing down the verdict. "No police officer should have to endure these attacks."
"Mr. McCaughey used the force of his body, and used the force of other rioters behind him, to pin Officer Hodges" against the wall and "left him defenseless to other rioters," McFadden said, adding that Hodges was "crushed" and let out "gut wrenching cries of pain."
One of McCaughey's codefendants, Tristan Stevens, was also found guilty on nine charges. The other, David Mehaffie, was found guilty of four charges.
Both Stevens and Mehaffie were acquitted on a single count of obstruction of an official proceeding, as McFadden said that government prosecutors did not prove that the two knew the certification of Electoral College votes was underway inside the Capitol when they arrived.
Dozens of people sat quietly in the courtroom while McFadden handed down the verdict.
Once the almost two-hour hearing was over, McCaughey was remanded into custody and was not allowed to say goodbye to his mother, who was in the courtroom. Another supporter of McCaughey shouted at the US Marshals as they took McCaughey away in handcuffs and later cried in the hallway of the DC courthouse.
According to prosecutors, the three men engaged in the assault of police officers guarding a tunnel entrance to the Capitol on the Lower West Terrace -- a brutal scene where officers were beaten, crushed and even dragged out into the crowd in an hours-long attack.
McCaughey and Stevens battled police, prosecutors said, while Mehaffie directed members of the mob in and out of the Lower West Terrace tunnel.
The three men argued at various times during the trial that they were trapped in the mob, were trying to help officers, or did not know about the violence. But McFadden said that testimony from multiple police officers during the trial, including Hodges and former Capitol Police Sergeant Aquilino Gonell -- both of whom have been outspoken about the events of January 6 -- as well as videos of the event undercut those claims.
According to Gonell, Stevens hit him several times with a stolen riot shield and attempted to steal another officer's baton.
"To this day, even after going through treatment for the trauma, I still struggle with the timeline. But I do remember your defendant and what he did," Gonell told Stevens' attorney.
Hodges testified that he was crushed in a doorway inside the tunnel by McCaughey, who was pushing against him with a riot shield. Prosecutors showed images of Hodges taken after the attack, with half of Hodge's face covered in blood and bruising and swelling across his body.
McCaughey, Stevens and Mehaffie will be sentenced in November.
Three other men charged in the attack, Robert Morss, Geoffrey Sills and David Lee Judd, were found guilty of obstruction of an official proceeding during a bench trial in late August. Morss and Sills were also found guilty of assault.


Note: The Judge, Trevor McFadden , is a Mango appointed Judge.....

I do believe, everyone single one who has been tried before a jury or a bench trial has been convicted except one.

The best is yet to come... Stewart Rhodes, the one eyed fat man...... leader of the Oath Keepers and Enrique Tarrio, the t-shirt salesman, who fucking thought he was like a founding father. lol sorry... he is nothing but a traitor and for those of you on here who think as he does you are traitors too.





Space Laser Barbie Says When It's Cloudy Solar Panels Don't Work

11:16 Sep 14 2022
Times Read: 345

Well, the thing is.. if one is listening to the Jenna Ellis Podcast to begin with, one is liable to believe most horseshit from the GOPQ/MAGA trash. Of course this doesn't extend to the Dems who frankly are grabbing material for an October push on TV.

Very few people sicken me the way this bullshit artist Greene does... I still remember the videos of her stalking David Hogg, a Parkland H.S. survivor, who has taken up gun control advocacy. Greene once referred to it as staged... that they were crisis actors....




Graham Declares War On Women-Introduces 15 Week Abortion Bill

01:39 Sep 14 2022
Times Read: 354

WASHINGTON ― Republicans on Tuesday introduced legislation to ban abortion nationwide after 15 weeks of a pregnancy, their next play on the hot-button issue after the Supreme Court reversed Roe v. Wade and overturned federal abortion rights.

Democrats have been warning voters that Republicans will try to ban abortions across the country if they win back control of Congress, and Tuesday’s announcement will likely become a major talking point for the party with Election Day less than two months away.

The GOP bill is called the “Protecting Pain-Capable Unborn Children from Late-Term Abortions Act.” It’s being introduced by Sen. Lindsey Graham (R-S.C.) and Rep. Chris Smith (R-N.J.).

Graham has introduced a version of the bill in every Congress over the past decade, only with a longer 20-week limit. The bill contains exceptions for situations involving rape, incest and cases where the life of the mother is threatened.

A normal pregnancy is 40 weeks. Fifteen weeks is barely into the second trimester, in spite of the bill’s framing as a “late-term” restriction on abortion.

The measure has no chance of passing in a Democratic-controlled Senate and with a Democrat in the White House, but it does signal where Republicans might go if they regain control of both branches of government.

“Abortion is not banned in America,” Graham said Tuesday. “It’s left up to elected officials to define the issue. You have states and the ability to do it at the state level. And we have the ability in Washington to speak on this issue if we choose. I have chosen to speak.”

Most abortions are now illegal or heavily restricted in at least 12 states, with more states expected to follow. Some have banned abortion outright, while others have restricted abortions to six weeks or 15 weeks. Graham’s bill would allow states to keep more restrictive laws on the books.

Senate Republicans appeared divided on the legislation on Tuesday. Some welcomed its introduction, while others maintained that the issue should be left up to the states.

“Most of the members in my conference prefer this be dealt with at the state level,” Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-Ky.) told reporters at a weekly press conference that was focused on the economy.

“I, for one, want to focus on the inflation numbers that came out today,” said Sen. Thom Tillis (R-N.C.), pointing to the latest consumer price index data. “That’s what people are talking about.”


My take: Well, I told you they weren't to be trusted. The Supremes in Dobbs said it should be up to the individual States ... but Kansas voters enshrined the Right in their State Constitution... Michigan has it on the ballot in November.... Seems the GOPQ really does not want to leave it to the States or to Women. Fuck Graham.... Fuck the GOPQ




Mango in D.C.-Plays Golf

16:18 Sep 13 2022
Times Read: 367

ok..near the end... you see all those white guys around Mango....... i'm really surprised they all didn't have their hands over their mouths as they spoke..........

I'm going to say it..... i hope to fuck the F.B.I. ran the pics through their system to see who these fuckers are..... maybe just other golfers who happened to be there EXCEPT where is the Secret Service Detail? If they were unknown the Detail would be RIGHT there.... or maybe these guys are the coming insurrectionists..... and the Detail is far enough away where they can't hear the conversation




D.O.J. Issues 40 Subpoenas to Trumpists

11:10 Sep 13 2022
Times Read: 372


Do these people understand Mango will leave them hanging.. just as he has done with multiple others..... it will become Mango saying "I didn't really know him... what do you mean he was my lawyer... nah, fake news"




Howard Stern's Three Theories on Mar-a-lago Docs

10:53 Sep 13 2022
Times Read: 373

Howard Stern has three theories on why former President Donald Trump, a former friend of Stern’s who used to appear often on his radio show, would have taken classified White House documents to his Mar-a-Lago estate.

“It’s some crazy shit going on,” the SiriusXM host said Monday of the federal investigation into Trump’s handling of sensitive government documents recovered from his Florida resort and home. “I don’t know how they don’t indict the dude.”

Stern’s first explanation was that Trump wanted mementos of his presidency.

“One, based on the dude I know, even when he got in office, he couldn’t believe he was in office,” Stern riffed. “When those Russian ambassadors came to visit him, if you remember early on in his administration, he started showing them top secret documents like, saying, ‘Can you believe I have access to this shit?

Stern’s second theory was that Trump was considering giving up classified information to facilitate business deals.

“This is a guy who badly wants to do business with Russia and Saudi Arabia,” he said.

“Imagine if he says to [those countries] ‘Look, man, give me a couple of billion dollars and I’ll show you like where France keeps their nuclear weapons and I’ll you know, you guys can see all this shit if you do business with me.’ That would be a real dubious kind of horrible thing.”

“And then the third is a straight out, ’Hey, you guys want to buy this from me? I mean, I could sell it to you, Russia, for like, you know, $50 billion. You’ll know everyone’s nuclear secrets.”

Trump is being investigated for potential violations of the Espionage Act after the FBI found classified material at his Florida resort on Aug. 8 following multiple previous attempts to recover them and an assurance from his legal team that all requested documents had been handed over.

Read it here;




Curry Calls Trump A Threat To Democracy

17:47 Sep 12 2022
Times Read: 403

Stephen Curry says Americans should treat President Trump — and his potential 2024 White House bid — as a serious “threat.”

“Take Trump seriously? Of course,” the Golden State Warriors star and NBA Finals MVP told Rolling Stone magazine for a cover story published Monday for its October issue.

Most of his rhetoric — before he was president, during his last four years, and even now, if he tries to run again — has a tone of divisiveness that doesn’t have a place in our country,” he said.

“As serious and as loud as the threat is of him or whoever else is running for office,” Curry, 34, continued, “there’s a similar urgency and a loudness that’s necessary on the other side.”

It’s not the first time that Curry has spoken out against the 45th president. After Under Armour CEO Kevin Plank called the then-commander in chief an “asset” to the country in a 2017 interview, Curry told the San Jose Mercury News, “I agree with that description, if you remove the ‘et’ from asset.”

That same year, Curry said he didn’t want his team to make a traditional stop at the White House to celebrate their NBA championship title. Following Curry’s remarks, Trump tweeted that the White House invitation had been “withdrawn.”

Curry, a board member of When We All Vote, Michelle Obama’s voter registration and engagement organization, opened up about his activism to Rolling Stone.

“You’re growing and evolving on the same page as these national, politicized conversations, but it doesn’t have to be sides,” he said.

What I try to do is be real, but also activate conversation that is sometimes uncomfortable,” the NBA All-Star said.

“The current events of the Trump era, I don’t wake up and say, ‘I wanna go at that conversation,’” Curry told the magazine.

“Some of this stuff falls on your doorstep and people want a perspective or comment, and sometimes you cough that up unsolicited.”

Curry said that while he didn’t regret not speaking out more in 2016 when the NBA weighed moving its All-Star game from North Carolina in protest of a controversial law requiring that transgender people use the bathroom corresponding to their biological sex, he could’ve “been a lot stronger” on the issue.

“We get attacked as athletes sometimes when you don’t want to say something — ‘I need to get more educated,’ there’s all these lines that people use,” Curry said.

“It kind of seems like you’re soft or like you’re equivocating or avoiding whatever the situation is.”

Curry also revealed that former President Obama — a frequent golfing partner and well-known basketball fanatic — once scolded him for repeating on a 2018 podcast a conspiracy theory that questioned whether astronauts really landed on the moon.

Following the podcast interview, Curry recalled, “I got an email. It was a pretty stern, direct one from President Obama.”

After telling him that humans did step foot on the moon, Curry said Obama instructed him, “You’ve got to do something about this.”

Following Obama’s advice, Curry hosted an Instagram Live discussion with an astronaut for his more than 45 million followers, and auctioned off a pair of custom-made space-themed sneakers, with proceeds going to STEM education programs.

Curry said back in June, after clenching his fourth NBA championship and telling the cameras, “What are they gonna say now?” he received a congratulatory call from Obama.

The ex-president suggested tweaking the boast slightly, telling Curry, “What the f— are they gonna say now?”


My Take: Perhaps one day Curry will run for office...... Contrast him with that moron Herschel Walker




Oz Is A Puppy Killer

23:46 Sep 11 2022
Times Read: 416

By Chris capper Liebenthal — September 11, 2022
There are more than enough reasons why no one should be voting for Mehmet Oz for anything, much less senator. But now we have one of the biggest reasons he shouldn't even be considered to be part of a decent society or polite company. He has a history of abusing dogs:

In case you couldn't make it out, the information is from Sourcewatch and sums up why he's not fit to be classified as anything but a monster:

In 2004, complaints about Dr. Mehmet Oz’s dog experiments were cited in a report from an internal investigation into allegations of poor animal care made by Dr. Catherine Dell’Orto, a post-doctoral veterinarian. [5] See also individual reports of Dr. Oz's dog experiments. [6]

According to the report, in Dr. Oz's lab at Columbia University "highly invasive and stressful experiments" on dogs were performed without a "humane end point." [7]

The Animal Welfare Act violations detailed in the reported included a litter of whelped puppies killed by painful cardiac injection:

"The screams of these puppies could be heard through closed doors. All of these puppies, lying in a plastic garbage bag, were killed in the presence of their litter mates."[8]

Subsequent applications for grants to the National Institutes of Health (NIH) by Dr. Oz have been denied.[9] In 2004, Columbia paid $2,000 in fines to the USDA. [9]


My take: I fucking hate animal experimentation... Fuck Oz... I just sent 15.00 to Fetterman




Mango Attorney Has Lawyered Up

10:20 Sep 11 2022
Times Read: 424


this is good..... yet, the brain dead follow this piece of shit




Herschel Walker- WTF

13:07 Sep 09 2022
Times Read: 438

This guy wasn't even speaking about any political issue he was just rambling on.

Ok... the man is dumb..... inarticulate as well.... if he is elected I don't know if he will have the lowest IQ of any U.S. Senator... but I kind of suspect he will.

What is disturbing is this..... Warnock, the sitting Democrat is willing to debate, Walker is avoiding it and is in fact lying about it. Walker avoided debating any of the candidates for the Republican nomination... he simply refused to appear..... Walker has said he was a special agent for the F.B.I. and he was not..... Walker said he was a deputy sheriff and he was not..... Walker said he graduated from the University of Georgia and he did not. Walker does not favor a woman's right to choose.. Walker has been accused of domestic violence by his ex-wife.... Walker has had a number of shady business practices , and this is probably what Mango likes about him.

Send 10.00 to Raphael Warnock if you can.




Liberal Redneck on Biden's PA Speech

10:44 Sep 09 2022
Times Read: 440

lol...... he says it so much better than me




Trump Says MA GOPQ Governor Candidate Will rule With An Iron Fist

10:25 Sep 08 2022
Times Read: 455

By John Amato — September 7, 2022
Donald Trump did a phone-in tele-rally for the upcoming Massachusetts primary on Monday, but went King George authoritarian in his support of his election denier apologist Republican Geoff Diehl.

Trump opened by claiming MA's voting system is in shambles, "Nowadays you just do whatever you want to do and we'll end that, " Trump spewed.

"Geoff is really a special guy, " he said.

Sure. Diehl was Trump's co-chair for his Massachusetts 2016 presidential campaign and became a rabid election denier after Trump was defeated in 2020.

Trump blasted RINO republicans and radical Dems, but thought it was a good idea to promote a fascist type ruler to the state that rallied against England and helped launch our Revolutionary War for independence.

"Geoff is a proven fighter who successfully pushes back on the ultra liberal extremists, and whose driven them a little bit wild because they can't figure him out," he lied.

"And he'll rule your state with an iron fist and he'll do what has to be done," Trump promised.

Trump praised China's President Xi as ruling with an "iron fist" too.


There you go.... his own words...... but read the whole thing..... ruling with an iron fist is good according to Mango Mussolini. In a related story there was a Reuters Poll taken within the last week that said 58% of Americans both Dems and GOP believe Trump and his ilk are a threat to democracy.




Enough To Indict

12:14 Sep 07 2022
Times Read: 470

The first person being interviewed on Newsmax is the former FOX Legal Analyst who FOX dumped because he was to harsh on Mango's corruption.... lol

Indict his orange ass now...




Insurrectionist County Commissioner Removed From Office

11:58 Sep 07 2022
Times Read: 471

Well, good for the New Mexico State Judge that removed this piece of shit.. Not sure if it will stand on appeal but we will see. He is removed from office and BARRED from future office under the Insurrection Clause of the 14th A and the New Mexico state Constitution.

And apparently one or two of you are fucking stupid and have finally concluded I don't Mango. Well, I don't. Nor, do I like MAGA trash, neo-nazis, Nazis, racists, election deniers (cry me a river, go to Federal court and raise your right hand...oops, ), book burners, homophobes, history re-writers (Desantis), women haters to include those that would band abortion and/or criminalize it, politicians who make it harder to vote, Q ANON, QANON nutters, traitors, insurrectionists, all those who participated in the Jan 6,2021, insurrection, those who fly the black flags (though they reveal who they are and where they are :) ), 3 percenters (reality is it was closer to 10 % of colonists who served during the revolutionary war including a direct ancestor of mine), Oath Keepers, Proud Bois and i'm sure there is a lot more.....

wake the fuck up.... early voting starts next month. Cook Politico Report which is non partisan now says it is not a sure thing for the GOPQ to regain the House and the Senate isn't looking to good for them.




More Dropkick

14:27 Sep 05 2022
Times Read: 493

The band has ZERO use for GOPQ, MAGA, Election deniers, Neo-Nazis , Mango etc .....



04:50 Sep 06 2022

I can see that you dislike Trump a lot.

09:46 Sep 07 2022

How observant


Stern on Mango

10:46 Sep 05 2022
Times Read: 497




MANGO Gives Dems A Gift

10:32 Sep 05 2022
Times Read: 498

Former Pennsylvania Republican Rep. Charlie Dent on Saturday said former President Trump’s speech at a rally on Saturday night in the Keystone State was a “major gift” for Democrats.

“Most Republican candidates don’t want anything to do with Donald Trump in this general election. They want this to be about Joe Biden and the Democrats, but to the extent Trump inserts himself into this conversation, he’s giving the Democrats a major gift right now,” Dent said on CNN.

The Wilkes-Barre, Pa., rally was billed as support for Republican Senate candidate Mehmet Oz and gubernatorial candidate Doug Mastriano — but it was also Trump’s first after the FBI executed a search warrant at his Mar-a-Lago residence and recovered classified documents kept after the end of his presidential term.

“I am not so sure that the former President Trump did anyone any good with that speech tonight. Just by showing up in Pennsylvania, he is making the election much more about himself,” Dent said.

Oz, a cardiothoracic surgeon and TV personality, has been falling behind Democratic Lt. Gov. John Fetterman in the state’s Senate race, per recent polling.

“Mehmet Oz I don’t think wants to be anywhere near Donald Trump in this fall election. It doesn’t do him any good. He needs to win swing voters and independents and some Democrats, and it’s hard to do that when Trump is really just playing and pandering to the base,” Dent said.

Trump during the rally lambasted the FBI for the Mar-a-Lago search, knocking it as “one of the most shocking abuses of power by any administration in American history.”

In the wake of criticisms from Trump and his supporters, FBI agents have weathered an uptick in attacks against law enforcement.

Dent on Saturday pushed back against the outrage.

“If any member of Congress absconded with classified material, I can assure you that a G-man, somebody from the FBI, would have showed up at their homes and demanded that they return that information,” Dent said.

Dent represented Pennsylvania in Congress from 2005 until his retirement in 2018. He’s now a political commentator for CNN.

Dent and a group of former Pennsylvania Republican officials endorsed Democratic state Attorney General Josh Shapiro over their party’s nominee, Mastriano, in the gubernatorial election. Dent has called Mastriano “an extremist who is a threat to the rule of law and the constitutional order.”


My take on Mango's PA. speech..... That everything Joe Biden Said on Thursday night regarding Mango and MAGA is correct. Not only to me, but for swing voters and independents.

The MAGA Crowd led by their Dear Leader is a threat to democracy, science, medicine, and progress... And I will say they are TRASH




Mango and MAGA Dropkicked

23:21 Sep 04 2022
Times Read: 512

And what he said is the absolute truth. Mango is the greatest grifter alive......




He Whines Like A Baby

22:42 Sep 04 2022
Times Read: 515

"oh, they are just not coming for me they are coming for you" - No, because the you he is referring to did not have 10,000 government documents in their possession as Mango did nor did they have countless documents marked classified and up...

HOWEVER, if YOU are stupid enough to take to the streets with WEAPONS when his orange ass is indicted after the midterms you just might have some up close personal time with Federal agents.





Texas Paul on Mango Being Abandoned

10:53 Sep 04 2022
Times Read: 523

Paul is having a good laugh. I would point out that the Drudge Report is a conservative site. However, Matt drudge gave up on Mango a long time ago.... and now simply referring to his rantings as demented.... and demented sums up Mango.




Desantis Stopping Voter Fraud.... Not!

10:39 Sep 04 2022
Times Read: 524

lol... the process speaks for itself..... but Desantis is a mini-Mango always blaming others.... but remember when you register in a county in Floriduh it then goes to the Secretary of State in Tallahassee so...... there you have it... in this case all 20 got the go ahead or so it seems

but don't forget early voting everywhere probably starts in about 30 days or so




Q Anon Adherent Pleads Guilty for Jan 6 Acts

02:07 Sep 04 2022
Times Read: 536

Mathew Capsel, 29, admitted Friday that he pushed against members of the National Guard who had been called in to D.C. to support the effort to control the riotous crowd of Donald Trump supporters who descended on the Capitol on Jan. 6, angry over Joe Biden’s win in the 2020 presidential election.

The confrontation happened at around 6:15 p.m., hours after rioters had forced their way into the Capitol, causing Congress to temporarily halt its certification of the Electoral College vote and forcing lawmakers and Capitol staffers to either evacuate or shelter in place.

U.S. District Judge Tanya Chutkan, a Barack Obama-appointed judge who generally takes an especially deliberate and measured approach to the plea colloquy, sought to make sure that Capsel knew what he was doing that day at the Capitol.

“At the time you [pushed against the National Guard], did you know that the officers were engaged in the performance of their official duty?” the judge asked.

Capsel paused briefly before answering.

“At the time, I was caught up in the energy, but now, yeah, I do know,” the defendant replied.

Chutkan pressed Capsel, seeking clarification of what he knew at the time he committed the offense.

“At the time that you did so,” Chutkan repeated,” did you know that they were acting as law enforcement officers?”

“Yes ma’am,” Capsel replied.

Chutkan then asked Capsel if he admitted that pushing against the National Guard officers obstructed, delayed, or adversely affected their ability to engage in the lawful performance of their duties during the commission of a civil disorder.

Capsel again paused before answering.

“Yes ma’am,” he ultimately said.

Chutkan accepted Caspel’s guilty plea to a single charge of obstructing, impeding, or interfering with law enforcement lawfully engaged in the performance of official duties during a civil disorder. That statute carries a potential sentence of five years behind bars; the plea agreement contemplates a sentence range of 27 to 33 months.

He had also been charged with assaulting, resisting, or impeding officers, a felony that carries a potential eight-year prison sentence, and misdemeanor trespassing that carried a maximum one-year sentence. Those charges are expected to be dismissed at his sentencing, which Chutkan set for Dec. 16.

Capsel’s altercation with National Guard officers was shared to TikTok and formed a key component of the FBI’s probable cause affidavit.

“In this video, Capsel, identifiable by the tattoos on his face and neck, and wearing the same hat, shirt, and necklace, is fighting against National Guardsmen until he is pepper sprayed, as shown in the last screenshot,” the probable cause affidavit says. “Specifically, the video depicts Capsel charging against a lined group of National Guardsmen, running into their protective shields.”

As Law&Crime previously reported, Capsel’s social media posts reflect a strong adherence to conspiracy theories linked to the far-right and QAnon.

Prosecutors say that hours before confronting the National Guardsmen on the west side of the Capitol, he was among rioters at the Lower West Terrace of the Capitol. Between 2:00 p.m. and 3:00 p.m., he posted videos to social media in which he allegedly said “Hold the line, don’t run.”

He also joined a mob of rioters on the steps to bleachers set up for the upcoming inauguration and overtook police officers trying to secure the area, the DOJ says.

Capsel had been accused of domestic battery in his home state, and reportedly missed a court appearance in that case to join the melee at the Capitol.

Chutkan noted that Capsel has complied with the conditions of his pre-trial release, and did not order him back into custody pending sentencing.





Bill Barr Unloads on Mango

11:14 Sep 03 2022
Times Read: 545

In case you have forgotten... as Mango supporters often do...... Barr is Trump's Former Attorney General..... Barr just clearly said Mango had no right to have any of the material... that it all belongs to the U.S. Government.





Biden Hits Mango and MAGA

10:31 Sep 02 2022
Times Read: 557

Well, he should have added... Better Wake The Fuck Up :)

mmmm and who has been warning you for a few years now about insurrectionists and authoritarian trash..... :)

I'm glad to see him taking the gloves off .... they are a threat to democracy.... trash but a threat



03:56 Sep 05 2022

Who is taking the gloves off???

14:17 Sep 05 2022

Biden of course. Bitch slapping Mango and the MAGA trash


Oath Keeper Attorney Charged

01:47 Sep 02 2022
Times Read: 564

A lawyer for the far-right Oath Keepers extremist group has been charged with conspiracy in connection with the Jan. 6, 2021, attack at the U.S. Capitol, authorities said Thursday.

Kellye SoRelle — general counsel for the antigovernment group — was arrested in Texas on charges including conspiracy to obstruct the certification of President Joe Biden’s electoral college victory, the Justice Department said.

SoRelle, 43, is a close associate of Stewart Rhodes, the Oath Keepers’ leader who is heading to trial later this month alongside other extremists on seditious conspiracy charges.

After Rhodes’ arrest in January, SoRelle told media outlets she was acting as the president of the Oath Keepers while he’s behind bars.

Prosecutors have accused Rhodes and his militia group of plotting for weeks to stop the transfer of power and keep former President Donald Trump in office, purchasing weapons, organizing military-style trainings and setting up battle plans.

SoRelle told The Associated Press last year — when FBI agents seized her phone as part of the Jan 6. investigation — that she had no knowledge of or involvement in the Capitol breach. She called the seizure of her phone “unethical” and the investigation “a witch hunt.”

SoRelle made an initial court appearance in Austin, Texas, and was released pending a virtual hearing scheduled for Tuesday before a Washington, D.C., federal court judge, a spokesperson for the U.S. Attorney’s office in D.C. said. It wasn’t immediately clear if she has an attorney to speak on her behalf.

SoRelle was photographed with Rhodes outside the Capitol on Jan. 6 and was present at an underground garage meeting the night before the riot that’s been a focus for investigators.

The meeting included Rhodes and and Enrique Tarrio, the former chairman of the Proud Boys, who is charged separately with seditious conspiracy alongside other members of the extremist group that describes themselves as a politically incorrect men’s club for “Western chauvinists.”

Publicly released video of the meeting doesn’t reveal much about their discussion and prosecutors have said only that one of the meeting’s participants “referenced the Capitol.”

SoRelle was also on a call with Rhodes and other Oath Keepers days after the 2020 election during which Rhodes rallied his followers to prepare for violence, according to a transcript made public in court.

SoRelle is also charged with obstruction of an official proceeding, obstruction of justice for tampering with documents and a misdemeanor charge for entering Capitol grounds. The indictment says she persuaded others to destroy and conceal records sought by investigators.

SoRelle told the AP last September that agents seized her phone and provided her a search warrant that said it was related to an investigation into seditious conspiracy, among other crimes. The indictment against SoRelle made public Thursday does not include a charge of seditious conspiracy.

Rhodes and four co-defendants scheduled to go on trial starting Sept. 26 have said there was no plot to attack the Capitol and that their communications in the run up to Jan. 6 were about providing security for right-wing figures such as Roger Stone or preparing for attacks from left-wing antifa activists.

Rhodes, a former U.S. Army paratrooper, founded the Oath Keepers in 2009. The group recruits current and former military, police and first responders and pledges to “fulfill the oath all military and police take to defend the Constitution against all enemies, foreign and domestic.”

A slew of its members have been charged in connection with Jan. 6. Three Oath Keepers have already pleaded guilty to seditious conspiracy, a rare Civil War-era charge that’s historically been hard to prove. They are also cooperating with the Justice Department.


My take: LOL. On a call where Rhodes called for violence... Lock them all up... throw away the fucking key




Another Mango Attorney Takes the 5th

13:27 Sep 01 2022
Times Read: 570

well, if he did nothing wrong why is he taking the 5th. After all, according to Mango, only the guilty take the 5th




Even Doocy Doesn't Buy Mango's Excuses

10:33 Sep 01 2022
Times Read: 576

and look at the reactions of the co-hosts..... well he finally told the truth.... Kilmeade the weasel on the other end has managed to tell the truth before but looks very uncomfortable with Doocy.


bottom line Mango is a fucking security risk, a traitor, an insurrectionist and should be fucking prosecuted. Let him sell his defense to a jury



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