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I do not have a crush on him. I don't think he's an alpha either, he's better than that. He would get voted in today, tbh.

The interviewer, however..Wow.
No he is not the "toxic alpha" Aka (all bark, little bite) sending you shirtless dic pics.
He is a "Warrior Alpha" . A warrior alpha has a heart like giant Teddy bear and is a protector of those who cannot protect themselves. A gentle giant that even shows respect to their fallen enemies. He displays all those traits on every video I see of him. A true badass. Positive and confident energy in spades.
Its what we need in this day and age of polarising politics.

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That look on his face lol
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No he is not the "toxic alpha" Aka (all bark, little bite) sending you shirtless dic pics.
He is a "Warrior Alpha" . A warrior alpha has a heart like giant Teddy bear and is a protector of those who cannot protect themselves. A gentle giant that even shows respect to their fallen enemies. He displays all those traits on every video I see of him. A true badass. Positive and confident energy in spades.
Its what we need in this day and age of polarising politics.

"See, you agree with Trump"
That look on his face lol
He makes dumbness of others reveal itself. And he really doesn't want to do it but what can he do when they insist..

I like him. I do know quite a few people like him so it is nice to see him in his high flying position, trying to repair something so fundamentaly broken. With such moral grace.

Only one thing. I feel shortchanged. But where is the awesome Texan accent???
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Legend has it that Lieutenant Commander (navy seal) Dan lost his Texan accent in war.
Or maybe at Harvard.

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Legend has it that Lieutenant Commander (navy seal) Dan lost his Texan accent in war.
Or maybe at Harvard.

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No idea but I know what you ghost quoted.

I think he wouldn't trash Trump even if he could. He knows better than being like the others who score cheap shots. En plus, I don't think he should compete against Trump, he will not. If Trumps stays another term, it will be ultimately better for the pirate.
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Correct, I meant another reelection after the upcoming one.

"Biden, on the other hand, has had no allegations of sexual assault made against him until his run for President started. How odd."
Likewise with Brett Kavanaugh until his nomination for the Supreme Court. Interestingly though that didn't keep you from taking the allegations seriously then.

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"Trump's attorneys wisely advised him to settle out of court"
Obviously you've made up your mind already. Without a ruling. I did hear you right.

Why attack Trump?
Because he's a profitable target! And he's deeply dislikable thus the first hurdle has been taken already. As you say yourself there's plenty of smoke already, why not make good use of that and raise yet another allegation?

The accused man stands to lose everything, including marriage, parental rights, health and wealth. Settling for $120k is a pittance for a billionaire, proportionately it's $12 for someone with $100k wealth. I bet basically everyone on here would pay that much if it removed the threat of a serious annoyance, of bad reputation at their workplace and in the CV, to use that as an analogy for bad publicity for Trump.

Perhaps inform yourselves about Jörg Kachelmann. He used to be among the most famous wheather forecasters in Switzerland and Germany (if not THE WetterFrosch [literally weather frog], as they're called in German). Until about ten years ago that is, when he was accused of rape, got jailed for four months and lost his business.

Turns out the allegations were not just unprovable but intentionally and maliciously fabricated by the accusing whore (I use that term loosely here). After having been found innocent Kachelmann had to drag her before the civil courts, where the judge found that the accusing had created the wounds herself. He needed that to force criminal proceedings against the whore as the prosecution did not open a case by themselves, it was the same people who had jailed Kachelmann when the report had been placed.

Kachelmann is still called rapist in public, even the prosecution called him that after the verdict knowing full well that that was a blatant lie. The lying whore however is still anonymous, she can't even be named in public. There's quite a bit more but this should do for this thread.
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Seems Iran has invented flying boats!


Whoever posted Trump will never start a war?

I wonder if the Pentagon will obey this illegal order?

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"Trump's attorneys wisely advised him to settle out of court"
Obviously you've made up your mind already. Without a ruling. I did hear you right.
No, you didn't. You're inventing things to fit your narrative. There are a variety of reasons why Trump's lawyers would advise him to settle. The most obvious (in the U.S. legal system anyway) is that the burden of proof is much lower in civil court than in criminal, so the odds of losing are higher. Trump hates to lose, remember? He also can't keep his stories straight or his mouth shut. Putting him on the witness stand would be a disaster.
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No, you didn't. You're inventing things to fit your narrative. There are a variety of reasons why Trump's lawyers would advise him to settle. The most obvious (in the U.S. legal system anyway) is that the burden of proof is much lower in civil court than in criminal, so the odds of losing are higher. Trump hates to lose, remember? He also can't keep his stories straight or his mouth shut or keep his zip closed. Putting him on the witness stand would be a disaster.
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I agree putting him on the witness stand would be a disaster.

He is a self-confessed pussy grabber; describing this statement as boasting is, at best, naive.
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No, you didn't. You're inventing things to fit your narrative.
I have no narrative. It's you who keeps saying "where there's smoke ..." and all that, alleging that perfectly legal reactions are "fishy at the very least" and insinuating that they amount to an admission of guilt.
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But IIRC, Biden has already stated that he would serve only one term. He would be 82 at the end of his first term and 86 at the end of a second. It's extremely unlikely that Biden would run again at the age of 82. Nobody expects that of him, least of all Joe Biden.
Such a pledge would be incredibly stupid. He'd forfeit the advantage of the sitting POTUS instead of, say, handing the baton to his VP to enable a 11yr presidency after winning the reelection.

Can you back that up?
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Old 22.04.2020, 21:39
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The Senate Intelligence Committee, which is chaired by Republican Sen. Richard Burr of North Carolina, released its long-awaited 156-page report detailing its investigation into allegations that Russia sought to interfere in the 2016 election.

"The Committee found no reason to dispute the Intelligence Community's conclusions [That Russia engaged in a deep and broad effort to influence the outcome of the 2016 race, aiming to help Donald Trump win.]," said Burr in a statement on his committee's findings.
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And if Trump does not beef up the US defences then Russia will do the same for 2020.

EDIT: you can read the full report here.
There is a short summary in the "Findings" section if you do not want to read all of it.
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I have no narrative. It's you who keeps saying "where there's smoke ..." and all that, alleging that perfectly legal reactions are "fishy at the very least" and insinuating that they amount to an admission of guilt.
I have never said where there's smoke. At least get your mod quotes straight. That's 22y who said that.
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BOOM! I love this guy. I would vote for him no matter what side he was on, and many independent moderates agree. People may think that the Republican party is morphing into Trumps image. It is not. THIS guy, Mr. Crenshaw, is already a political rockstar. He will be the nominee in 2024. He would beat Trump even now if he wanted too. He's a good facts spitter without ever being insulting, degrading, shows respect but can kill you in an argument or an actual fight. Alpha MFing Male.
Yes I have a man crush on him.


https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=RTGBJMDcras
Dan Crenshaw frustrating the hell out of Bill Maher.
Triggered my interest so I did a search and came up with this video https://www.intelligence.senate.gov/...rt_Volume4.pdf
On the face of he seems to have quite reasonable points but when you start checking there is a lot of cherry-picking.
He claimed the US was not late going into lockdown but 40 other countries did this earlier.
He claimed the US was late developing testing because they did not get COVID-19 samples from China in time, but there is no evidence to support this. China publicly shared the genetic sequence of COVID-19 on 12th January
A German recipe for coronavirus tests was published on 17 January 2020, but the US decided to develop its own tests which were distributed in the first week of February; due to quality problems they had to be replaced.

Overall, for me, Crenshaw sounds good but like all politicians, you have to carefully check his facts.
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Ummm, Hello.

Donald Trump has been celebrated by the media most of his adult life as a billionaire playboy. Donald Trump IS a billionaire playboy. He grabs em by the pu$$y because the pu$$y are throwing themselves at him. They always have. Why the feck are his bedroom antics even a topic given that we know that he is a (ahem) BILLIONAIRE PLAYBOY. FFS.
Of course he has "allegation$". Yes maybe he went a bit too far with a woman or two but did those women put themselves in that situation? Yes, they did, knowing damn well what they were getting into. This free pass because your a woman age is over. They need to be held accountable too.
Coal gives off smoke too you know. Sometimes there is no fire.
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Triggered my interest so I did a search and came up with this video https://www.intelligence.senate.gov/...rt_Volume4.pdf
On the face of he seems to have quite reasonable points but when you start checking there is a lot of cherry-picking.
He claimed the US was not late going into lockdown but 40 other countries did this earlier.
He claimed the US was late developing testing because they did not get COVID-19 samples from China in time, but there is no evidence to support this. China publicly shared the genetic sequence of COVID-19 on 12th January
A German recipe for coronavirus tests was published on 17 January 2020, but the US decided to develop its own tests which were distributed in the first week of February; due to quality problems they had to be replaced.

Overall, for me, Crenshaw sounds good but like all politicians, you have to carefully check his facts.
I believe he claimed they couldnt get the testing done in a timely manner due to Nancy 'pour another drink and pop another pill' Pelosi would rather spend a week banning flavored tobacco than approve Trumps plan.

Flavored fu$%ing tabacco.
She needs rehab....bad.
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I have never said where there's smoke. At least get your mod quotes straight. That's 22y who said that.
Distinction without a difference.

You say there must with so many allegations there must be some truth to it, the same as "where there's smoke there's fire". You're judging without a verdict.
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The director of the office involved in developing a coronavirus vaccine says he was abruptly dismissed from his post in part because he resisted efforts to widen the availability of a coronavirus treatment pushed by President Donald Trump.

Dr. Rick Bright had led BARDA, the Biomedical Advanced Research and Development Authority, from 2016 until Tuesday.
He also announced he will file a whistleblower complaint with the Department of Health and Human Services' inspector general.

"I believe this transfer was in response to my insistence that the government invest the billions of dollars allocated by Congress to address the Covid-19 pandemic into safe and scientifically vetted solutions, and not in drugs, vaccines and other technologies that lack scientific merit,"

Bright said he "limited the broad use of chloroquine and hydroxychloroquine, promoted by the administration as a panacea, but which clearly lack scientific merit."
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Career ending business stopping Trump promoting dangerous medicines.
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I believe he claimed they couldnt get the testing done in a timely manner due to Nancy 'pour another drink and pop another pill' Pelosi would rather spend a week banning flavored tobacco than approve Trumps plan.

Flavored fu$%ing tabacco.
She needs rehab....bad.
Exactly this! Great sound bite but factual, any evidence?
The "Pelosi" vote on flavored tobacco was on Feb 29.
That is six weeks after testing kits ought to have been in full production.
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A letter was sent on 24th Feb requesting $2.5B but it was not only for testing and not only sent to Pelosi but also to;
The Honorable Mitch McConnell
The Honorable Charles E. Schumer
The Honorable Kevin McCarthy
The Honorable Richard C. Shelby
The Honorable Nita Lowey
The Honorable Patrick J. Leahy
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who all did nothing about it except $535 million was quickly redirected from the Ebola prevention and treatment budget.
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Of course he has "allegation$". Yes maybe he went a bit too far with a woman or two but did those women put themselves in that situation? Yes, they did, knowing damn well what they were getting into. This free pass because your a woman age is over. They need to be held accountable too.
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He makes dumbness of others reveal itself. And he really doesn't want to do it but what can he do when they insist..

I like him. I do know quite a few people like him so it is nice to see him in his high flying position, trying to repair something so fundamentaly broken. With such moral grace.

Only one thing. I feel shortchanged. But where is the awesome Texan accent???
Of course you do. There's nothing not to like about that guy while he's still an underdog. Give him some time. The true test of quality as a human is when someone gets into a powerful position. Sadly, this guy seems to attract the same kind of supporters like Trump. I wonder if he needs people's uncritical approval, wonder how will react when he'll have to deal with criticism that targets him personally and not Trump or the Rs.

Trump is emotional and this guy is against emotional politics. Fair enough, many would agree on this one. Appealing to emotions is what got Trump into power in the first place. Yet he's more than willing to defend Trump one way or another. I can understand it's a question of defending the party, but he must be careful not to compromise his own teachings.

A pleasant, decent public figure he might be. I think the Rs are happy or should be happy to have someone like him on their side.

But people smell from a mile when someone is disingenuous or doesn't do what they preach. Criticising their reactions and dismissing them as outrage is going to set the debate at the level where it is right now. I would be more careful if I were him.
Hillary Clinton was criticised for that unfortunate expression of hers "a basket of deplorables", let's hope he's not the next in line to use the same tactics "a basket of outraged".

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Another day of chaos at the Trump administration!
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@CNN on Covid 19. He will be putting out a statement.
4:17 PM · Apr 22, 2020
So Trump produced this CDC Director, Robert Redfield, at last night's corona task force press briefing; what happened?
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Trump claimed that Redfield had been "totally misquoted" by the media. But under questioning from reporters, Redfield confirmed that he had in fact made the remarks that angered Trump.

"I'm accurately quoted in The Washington Post," he conceded, as Trump countered that the headline was wrong. It accurately described Redfield warning that if a coronavirus resurgence came at the same time as the flu season in Autumn, hospitals could be overwhelmed.

The President then also openly clashed with his top public health officials on the likelihood of the virus returning for another assault in the Fall -- saying only "embers" of disease were likely that could be easily put out.
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Trump also publicly said Georgia was opening up too soon saying he "strongly disagrees" with aggressive plans to open businesses including hair salons on Friday putting Georgia's Republican Gov., Brian Kemp, in a difficult position.
The President's fast-shifting positions are based more on hunches and his political requirements than a factual reading of the progression of the crisis that is far from abating.

Wednesday's briefing was notable for the reappearance of Fauci for the first time this week. The veteran infectious disease specialist has not been afraid to bluntly adopt positions that imply strong disagreement with the President's stances.
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