Our President Is A Crook & A Psychopath - When Will We Impeach Him?

Thom plus logo The only reason Donald Trump isn't facing a prosecutor and time in prison right now is because back in 1973 Richard Nixon's Department of Justice said that they could not indict Nixon because the job of being president was so important. There's nothing in the constitution about that whatsoever; It's just the opinion of some lawyers who worked for Nixon. Now Donald Trump has committed multiple crimes, and Mueller is explaining over and over again that he can't prosecute him because of what Nixon's employees said.

When will Democrats start saying, "The president is a crook. He's only in the White House because Russia helped him get there, And all patriotic Americans should reject him. And he needs to go to jail." Imagine how Republicans would message this if it was all about another country helping Barack Obama become president. It would be simple, straightforward, and blunt.

Our president is a criminal and a psychopath. He has been for most of his life. And to save our republic, Democrats need to do everything they can to remove him from office.

-Thom

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ZeroPointEnergy 11 weeks 5 days ago
#1

In many conspiracy theories that follow the path of the "deep state" since the end of WWII, ALL politicians (ALL countries) are becoming pawns. Money factions are fighting other money factions, and the technology they possess goes all the way up to being able to manipulate the weather anywhere on the planet, anytime. Recent "dissent" within these factions has been showing up in the Bearer Bonds "Scandals" of 2009 and 2011. Massive debt is covertly being applied to the US and other governments for money used by these factions to improve "secret" technology and weaponization of space. It's my belief that these factions are the only thing preventing China from economically taking over the US. Trump and Putin are "the distractions" so no real investigation "follows the money" incidents, and it would appear these factions have a global network of "might" to ensure all nations' leaders quitely "play along".

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deepspace 11 weeks 4 days ago
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Alone, a "pale blue dot" floats completely lost somewhere in an incomprehensible infinity of probable multiple universes and timelines of energy and matter, each created from effective nothing, expanding five times the speed of light, lasting hundreds of trillions of years and beyond-- effective eternity -- until hydrogen winks out of existence. Miraculously, as soon as possible, the planet produces 7.5 billion solitary human minds, alas, confined to tiny, thick-walled, pitch-black bone cages, understanding outside reality with only a fistful of limited senses shaking at the sky.

So we think a lot, mostly to ourselves and of ourselves, in that dark, dark place. Less than five percent of energy and matter is even collectively understood; therefore, we compensate with theories, some good, some bad, and some just bat-sh*t delusional crazy! (Trump)

But perhaps the strangest and most fascinating thing about this most strange and fascinating life is that, though separate, we're each and all connected as one, simple, pure, timeless consciousness that includes all life on Earth, and possibly everywhere ...whether we "think" so or not while lost in our solitary confinement.

Now that's a conspiracy theory!

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Worn out door knobs 11 weeks 4 days ago
#3

Deepspace:

Man, you are a crazy mo fo.

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deepspace 11 weeks 3 days ago
#4

Why thank you. I was trying to out-crazy #1 with some quick theoretical physics. Reality is by far stranger than any wildly fictional conspiracies the Alex Jones types dream up. Your silence on that point is a tell. Evidently, in the dark recesses of your bony cage, such nonsense is sane in comparison? If so, that's dumber than a sack of doorknobs (pardon the expression).

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