Matt Davies for August 14, 2022

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    Daeder  6 months ago

    Quick, trolls! Defend the worst mistake you ever made!

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    S&C = Dismayed&Depressed   6 months ago

    TFG would grift even our nations security. Heck, he’s soliciting donations to fund…?…. what?…. a civil war probably.

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    knutdl  6 months ago

    Toilet paper?

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    superposition  6 months ago

    For all the flag waving, it’s not America that 45 and his followers love but themselves as the only ones entitled to rule a white male pseudo-christian empire.

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    Display  6 months ago

    Remember his rush to get his crotch goblins their security clearances? Remember how they then used their personal phones and tablets to talk about security related topics? Remember their ties with foreign nationals? That’s what the ReThuglicans wished they could find on Hillary’s or Hunter’s phones and computers – but they never could. Now their own devices will lead to their wrong doings.

    Remember that Alina Habba said that there’s no problem with the nuclear documents because the Velveeta Voldemort had to only think about declassifying them, and he didn’t need to do anything more than that? She’s the same person who called Latitia James a “black b___h” because she dared to investigate the Bulbous Buttwhistle’s (the serial grifter, liar, and crook) businesses which were all “perfectly legitimate” (riiiiiggghhhttt – and just how many Rump steaks could you buy with your degree from RumpU?)? And that legal genius who has apparently never tried a criminal case (most of her business was divorce cases) is defending his espionage. And Rump’s other lawyers can’t stand her and say she’s inept.

    This ought to be interesting.

    But the Nazis will continue to support Hair Gropenfuror.

    And the FBI and DHS have issued this jointly…

    https://i.imgur.com/uLe7BQx.png

    The traitors are backed by a bunch of lunatics that they’ve been feeding the Kool-aid to for years.

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    chipciof  6 months ago

    I voted for Romney. What a mistake that was.

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    Stephen Runnels Premium Member 6 months ago

    We have yet to hear a single Republican address a very simple question. Why did he take them?

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    Diane Lee Premium Member 6 months ago

    He did it because he figured he could do anything he wanted to do. Fine, he’s nuts, we already knew that. The actual question is WHY DID HE WANT THEM?. Insurance when his other crimes were public knowledge? His bubby, Putin would like to have them, and he could buy him off? Something to convince some county with no extradition agreement to accept him when the Feds were after him? No reason I can imagine is innocent. In fact, all of them are pretty scary. Does anyone have something innocuous to explain his taking those documents?

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    NeedaChuckle Premium Member 6 months ago

    His lawyers said he had NO documents. Someone is in trouble.

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    mac04416  6 months ago

    Registered as a Democrat from 1978 to 1979.

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    [Unnamed Reader - 641507]  6 months ago

    should’ve drawn a longer hand truck matt.

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    Alberta Oil Premium Member 6 months ago

    I very much doubt trump himself took those super secret documents home. If.. it was that easy to take them from wherever they are kept.. America has a big security problem.

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    Masterskrain Premium Member 6 months ago

    AND, in the latest bit of Kiester-Kissing STUPIDITY from the Qpublicans, Rancid Rand Paul has called for THE REPEAL OF THE ESPIONAGE ACTS…simply because Hair Furor GOT CAUGHT VIOLATING THEM!!!

    https://www.yahoo.com/news/rand-paul-calls-repeal-espionage-115011151.html

    A key facet of the act — Section 793 — is concerned with “gathering, transmitting or losing defense information,” which relates to any document relating to national defense that “through gross negligence” was “illegally removed from its proper place of custody … to be lost, stolen, abstracted, or destroyed.”

    Earlier this week, federal investigators took away numerous boxes of documents from Trump’s Mar-a-Lago home in Florida. According to an unsealed search warrant and an accompanying property receipt, the FBI seized 11 classified documents, including some marked top secret.

    In a statement released Friday, Trump didn’t deny a report by The Washington Post that said he took nuclear documents to Mar-a-Lago.

    The DOJ is now investigating if Trump violated Section 793 of the Espionage Act and potentially broke two other laws, according to the warrant unsealed by the department on Friday.

    A conviction under the Espionage Act carries a maximum penalty of 10 years in federal prison.

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    Pgalden1 Premium Member 6 months ago

    Nice

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    Jack7528  6 months ago

    Can you blame him, look how the FBI and DOJ is working.

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    Display  6 months ago

    And just think, this might happen to all of us who took top secret nuclear documents home with us! We’re getting close to a police state! Now what about those Dr. Suess stories and those desexualized M&M’s?

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    GiantShetlandPony  6 months ago

    I knew the day Orange Face was sworn into office that the USA had become less safe. I’d have been much more surprised if Orange Goon had upheld his Constitutional responsibility to keep America safe from our foreign enemies.

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    Redd Panda  6 months ago

    trump took the paperwork, so he could finish his work on Cold Fusion and win the Nobel for Science. (We all know he was robbed of the Peace Prize. Sad.)

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    Rich Douglas  6 months ago

    I simply can’t take the 5th. The first 4 were just too much.

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    nyg16  6 months ago

    “yeah these will sell fast in e-bay”

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    charliekane  6 months ago

    {;^D

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    Durak Premium Member 6 months ago

    I can’t imagine Trump knowing how to use a pushcart. Or being physically able to load one.

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    corchobliss  6 months ago

    You all so quick to judge without any knowledge of what was seized. Typical Liberal response.

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    johnhbaggett  6 months ago

    Matt that’s a lie and you know it. All the documents that were confiscated by the FBI now a political organization was declassified and approved by the National Archives to have but while we’re talking about documents what about the 30,000 emails many of them classified that Hillary deleted from her cellphones and then to make sure they were untraceable smashing them with a hammer. How come you don’t talk about that Matt? Huh?

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    johnhbaggett  6 months ago

    Another lie brought to you by Davies but he’s a Democrat he can’t help himself. All President Trump had in his possession was declassified documents that the National Archives approved for him to have as is customary for outgoing presidents to have. Matt Davies is just being a good little sheeple and believing everything the Democratic Party tells him to believed.

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    jpozenel  6 months ago

    This is absurd!

    Drump would never carry those boxes himself.

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