Our ex-so-called president

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So if it isn’t economic insecurity or religious belief, what could possibly be the tie that binds Trump voters?

:thinking:

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Folly, if one goes by its definition as being acting against one’s own best interests.

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At her sentencing hearing on Wednesday, St Cyr’s attorney, Nicole Owens, said her client was at the Capitol on Jan. 6, 2021, because of a “misguided sense of duty.” After attorneys for both parties spoke, St Cyr was given the opportunity to speak.

St Cyr, who previously served in the military, told the court repeatedly that she took an oath to defend the Constitution. She also repeated her claim that the last presidential election was stolen. Owens had defended her client’s claim, telling the court: “It’s not some fringe belief.”

Doesn’t make the claim any more correct, nor excuse the actions…

In a Facebook livestream after her sentencing, St Cyr also said she had not filed taxes since 2019, and encouraged her followers not to pay their taxes.

:man_facepalming:

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I see further legal action in her future.

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So the former POTUS suggested that the current POTUS is mentally impaired and that he’s going to lead us into…World War II?

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He also said he was leading Obama by a lot in the 2024 polls. And then said he beat him in 2016 before correcting himself.

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Isn’t the judge’s surname Tolkienesque?

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I prefer it to anything else he does. The sooner the better.

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But what if it was an electric shark? :thinking:

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That would work.

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sharks lasers

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The lawsuit by Mark Andrews, an auditor from Gwinnett County, alleges “2000 Mules” damaged his reputation by showing him as he delivered ballots for himself and his family to a drop box as D’Souza says: “What you are seeing is a crime. These are fraudulent votes.”

An investigation by the GBI cleared Andrews of wrongdoing when he returned absentee ballots for the 2020 presidential election. Georgia law allows voters to drop off ballots for their family members.

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I like this new version of the Trolley Problem.

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