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Thread: If Trump is caught and indicted for Collusion, Obstruction, and money laundering...

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    If Trump is caught and indicted for Collusion, Obstruction, and money laundering...

    Hands down, smoking gun evidence.
    Would you still support him?
    (Poll for Trump supporters)
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    Quote Originally Posted by Idiocracat View Post
    Hands down, smoking gun evidence.
    Would you still support him?
    (Poll for Trump supporters)
    That's a tough decision for me since I so enjoy bashing Trump supporters, like mice in a barrel, and Trump promises to deliver for me in a political sense.

    I will consider the question longer even though me supporting Trump is nearly beyond the pale, yet I may support Trump not being impeached or removed prior to 2020.
    Last edited by BitterPill; 12th September 2017 at 10:53 PM.

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    The silence is telling.
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    Found guilty of what?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Spookycolt View Post
    Found guilty of what?
    What does the subject line say?
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    No, I would support his removal of office.

    Then, I would wonder why such stringent rules are not universally applied to all the Aristocracy....knowing that I will never get an "official" answer (or, even recognition that the question had been asked), even though...everyone of us already KNOWS the answer: The Rule of Law, is arbitrary, capricious, biased, and conditional.....

    As such, I doubt Trump would be removed, even if all of that WAS revealed.

    Although, his GREATEST danger, in this regard, is NOT whether he "colluded" or not, but, that he is shaking up the boat, and established Aristocrats from BOTH houses are somewhat ansy in what may come of his Presidency.....

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rorschach View Post
    No, I would support his removal of office.

    Then, I would wonder why such stringent rules are not universally applied to all the Aristocracy....
    If you're referring to Hillary, yes, I agree. Screw the dynasty rule. But, are you kidding yourself by implying Trump isn't part of the Aristocratic rule?
    With that said though, mere suspicion of illegal activity was detrimental to Hillary's, loss among other factors.
    Trump's scandals didn't seem to be integral to his rise in popularity.
    He was due in court last Dec. for the rape of a 13 year old.
    That didn't seem to a factor to his voter base.

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    If you're referring to Hillary, yes, I agree. Screw the dynasty rule. But, are you kidding yourself by implying Trump isn't part of the Aristocratic rule?
    --Yes, the Trumps are most certainly "Aristocrats," but, as yet, they are not a Dynasty. AND, unlike so many currently in power, Trump made his wealth outside the closed financial scam that is called "government...."

    But, yes, the Trumps are most certainly "Aristocrats."

    With that said though, mere suspicion of illegal activity was detrimental to Hillary's, loss among other factors.
    --There were far more than just one "suspicion of illegal activity."
    --There was a HELL of a lot more than just "suspicion." (In fact, there was much that has resulted in others being charged, and punished, for much the same....)

    Trump's scandals didn't seem to be integral to his rise in popularity.
    --Well, no. Typically scandals are seldom integral to one's rise in power.....

    He was due in court last Dec. for the rape of a 13 year old.
    --Frivolous charge that went NOWHERE. Because everyone with IQ's above that of Pac Man Jones, knows it was a frivolous charge.

    That didn't seem to a factor to his voter base.
    --Because his voter base tends to be of a higher IQ than Pac Man Jones.......

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    If the recommendation comes down from Mueller that there is enough evidence to conclude Trump could successfully be tried for a crime then Trump supporters will move to make whatever that crime is legal including sedition. That is how bad these people have Trumpidiotitis.

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