US Terrorist Attack

greggerypeccary

Active member
Don't talk to terrorist sympathizers, Greggy boy.
I'm educating you.

With a bit more education, and a lot less lies & ignorance, last Wednesday would never have happened.

We now need to make sure it never happens again.

Impeach now (for non-political reasons, and have the trial after he leaves office as there's nothing in the constitution that says that can't happen)!
 

DonDeeHippy

Active member
We have video of Trump supporters beating a cop with the American flag and this has produced almost no self-reflection on the right.
 

greggerypeccary

Active member
The FBI have confirmed what I've been saying for the last few days.

i.e. the Trump terrorists are planning multiple armed attacks on January 17.

"An FBI memo warns armed protests are being planned for later this week in Washington DC and 50 other US state capitals, according to US media.

"The National Parks Service also announced the Washington Monument will also be closed to the public until after Joe Biden's inauguration because of threats of violence."


Donald Trump's second impeachment looms as FBI warns more armed protests to come
 

DreamRyderX

Active member
I'm educating you.

With a bit more education, and a lot less lies & ignorance, last Wednesday would never have happened.

We now need to make sure it never happens again.

Impeach now (for non-political reasons, and have the trial after he leaves office as there's nothing in the constitution that says that can't happen)!

Where's your teaching certificate on US Law, specifically Constitutional Law Gweggy?


Firstly, it is absolutely true what you said.....".....and have the trial after he leaves office as there's nothing in the constitution that says that can't happen....."

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Most importantly there is nothing in the United States Constitution stating that it can happen

Nowhere in the United States Constitution does it specifically give the United States Senate the explicit Power to hold any trial over an ordinary United States Citizen, especially a United States Citizen that is no longer a Government Official, & no longer subject to trial for Impeachment.

True, & I will stipulate, the United States Senate, under Article I Section 3 of the United States Constitution states:
".....The Senate shall have the sole power to try all impeachments. When sitting for that purpose, they shall be on oath or affirmation. When the President of the United States is tried, the Chief Justice shall preside: And no person shall be convicted without the concurrence of two thirds of the members present........"
But, as I stipulated, the US Senate does not have any explicit Constitutional Powers granted to it to hold trial over any ordinary US Citizen in regards to Impeachment, which would include, an ex-US President who is no longer a Government official.


⮞ Gweggy, your very best hope would be if the United States Supreme Court, who is the sole arbiter of Constitutional matters, & the sole authority of judgment over such Constitutional matters, would take up this question of Senatorial Power, & find in your favor, that the US Senate does have such an 'implied' power over ordinary, non-government officials & United States Citizens. ⮜




The bottom line, the United States Senate does not have the Constitutional Power to bestow 'implied' Constitutional Powers unto & upon itself.......or any other powers of self-empowerment for that matter.



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pinkeye

Wonder woman
Where's your teaching certificate on US Law, specifically Constitutional Law Gweggy?


Firstly, it is absolutely true what you said.....".....and have the trial after he leaves office as there's nothing in the constitution that says that can't happen....."

~ BUT ~


Most importantly there is nothing in the United States Constitution stating that it can happen

Nowhere in the United States Constitution does it specifically give the United States Senate the explicit Power to hold any trial over an ordinary United States Citizen, especially a United States Citizen that is no longer a Government Official, & no longer subject to trial for Impeachment.

True, & I will stipulate, the United States Senate, under Article I Section 3 of the United States Constitution states:

But, as I stipulated earlier, the US Senate does not have any explicit Constitutional Powers granted to it to hold trial over any ordinary US Citizen, which would include, an ex-US President who is no longer a Government official.


⮞ Gweggy, your very best hope would be if the United States Supreme Court, who is the sole arbiter of Constitutional matters, & the sole authority of judgment over such Constitutional matters, would take up this question of Senatorial Power, & find in your favor, that the US Senate does have such an 'implied' power over ordinary, non-government officials & United States Citizens. ⮜




The bottom line, the United States Senate does not have the Constitutional Power to bestow 'implied' Constitutional Powers unto & upon itself.......or any other powers of self-empowerment for that matter.



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What do you actually think? Drex..?

The attack on the Capitol Building was legal.?

The deaths were just a sad example of collateral damage.?

Those dissidents.. should NOT be held responsible.?

IF your Laws don't allow for some sort of reply, what the fuck sort of Country , and values do you support.?
Power to the people..??

I REALLY DO NOT understand how the actions of the so-called President can be excused. What a disgusting piece of shit he is... and you ?? are slippery as an EEL.

What is your point.?
 

DreamRyderX

Active member
What do you actually think? Drex..?

The attack on the Capitol Building was legal.?

The deaths were just a sad example of collateral damage.?

Those dissidents.. should NOT be held responsible.?

IF your Laws don't allow for some sort of reply, what the fuck sort of Country , and values do you support.?
Power to the people..??

I REALLY DO NOT understand how the actions of the so-called President can be excused. What a disgusting piece of shit he is... and you ?? are slippery as an EEL.

What is your point.?
Simple.......America has sufficient laws on the books for punishing criminal activity called criminal statutes.

I will let the American Criminal Courts administer whatever punishments it proscribes in law on those that are found guilty of committing crime based on those criminal statutes.

My retort to Gweggy is not related to what American 'Criminal Courts' may or may not apply to those it deems & finds guilty of crime.........period.

My statement only regards the Constitutional Powers of the United States Senate, & how it applies to a matter of 'Impeachment' & who has jurisdiction over the soon to be ex-United States President, regarding any Impeachment related trials........Please read my statement again......maybe you will comprehend it better, & face less confusion regarding my prior post.




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pinkeye

Wonder woman
I'd really prefer not to.
Laws are supposed to work... but rarely do as they are required to.

I am not confused... Why would I even try to fathom your laws... I see what happens in the real world. My Country is fucked as well... our Constitution is a joke.
S O....
No doubt the morons think they are in the 'right'... legal wise... or else
They don't CARE what is legal... GASP.... !!!!

They want to impose mob rule.... and couldn't care LESS about your Laws...
they pick and choose, like most christians do, to make the rules fit their purpose. JUST LIKE HERE.

Watch it all fall into ruin and chaos.....
 

DonDeeHippy

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The executive director of the Republican Attorneys General Association (RAGA) resigned as the organization faced backlash over its decision to send out a robocall urging Trump supporters to join the 6 January march that resulted in a deadly breaching of the US Capitol.

“At [1pm’] we will march to the Capitol building and call on Congress to stop the steal,” a robocall from the fundraising arm of RAGA messaged. “We are hoping patriots like you will join us to continue the fight to protect the integrity of our election.”

Wolf: 'This action is warranted by recent events'
In an email to staff, Chad Wolf said: “Effective at 11.59pm today, I am stepping down as your acting secretary. I am saddened to take this step, as it was my intention to serve the Department until the end of this administration. Unfortunately, this action is warranted by recent events, including the ongoing and meritless court rulings regarding the validity of my authority as acting secretary.”

They are dropping like flies........
 

greggerypeccary

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DonDeeHippy

Active member
So much for healing and unity, eh?
funny I guess she is pissed that she had to hide for her life a few days ago when Trump whipped up a hoard of rioters into a frenzy and they attacked her workplace....
to heal you have to address the disease.... the only way to unity is to address the problems... the leader of the country organizing a rioting mod to stop him being president needs to be adressed and not swept under the carpet....
 
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DonDeeHippy

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Isn't it interesting the same senators that got Clinton impeached for a blowe job don't want trump impeached for instigating the storming of the capitol building, with 5 dead including a police officer... my how times change.......
 
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