Trump Consciousness

And so did the Dems. So they never said that Lee made the statements. He was objecting to something that didn't happen.



They made a couple of trivial errors on their graphics - one was caught before it was presented, so it was accurate during the presentation (a date of Jan. 3 2020 was changed to 2021, which was the accurate date) and one was not (a verification check was added to the graphic of a tweet, but the author of the tweet had not been verified (an official Twitter designation), but she did confirm that she was who she said she was, and that the tweet came from her (which is all that verification means)). Nothing about those utterly trivial errors changed the content or accuracy of the tweets. Although nobody picked up on Calvary/Cavalry. I probably wouldn't, and I'm usually a careful reader. I don't even know what it means to bring the Calvary (bet Trump doesn't, either).

It actually makes the Dems look pretty good, if that's the only thing they gave you to work with. Next you'll be calling them liars for spelling it the "Unites States of America".



That is pretty hilarious. The look on her face, trying to suppress a giant eye-roll. I guarantee you, her assistant doesn't have to worry about her getting angry. They are going to be rolling around on the floor laughing their asses off, once she gets off the air. She was obviously aware that he was throwing a fit about a trivial typo.
You've just confirmed my suspicion that all Democrats are compulsive liars.
 
You've just confirmed my suspicion that all Democrats are compulsive liars.
Well, of course I did. Dems make a typo and "all Democrats are compulsive liars". Dems stumble over a word and "all Democrats are compulsive liars". Someone puts out a weather report and "all Democrats are compulsive liars". The Queen farts and "all Democrats are compulsive liars".

I was slightly curious how long you were going to pretend you had a reason for saying so. Not long, as it turned out.
 
Here is another dishonest Dem. He has a much higher body count than even the most famous serial killers.

In the American Empire's power elite circles, each and every one is an enthusiastic mass torturer and murderer.

To be fair, all members of all ruling elites, everywhere and everywhen, are, just to a lesser degree (due to smaller number of possibilites, not to a lesser degree of enthusiasm).
 
Draining the swamp. Fighting for the common man. Law and order president. Champion of the anti-elite movement.

https://www.nytimes.com/2021/01/20/...s later, in March,to stand trial in September.

Pardon for an uber wealthy private real estate investor and CEO of the venture capital firm Dragon Global.

White House commentary on Trump's pardon of Zangrillo:

Robert “Bob” Zangrillo – President Trump granted a full pardon to Robert Zangrillo. This pardon is supported by Len Blavatnik, Geoff Palmer, Tom Barrack, Sean Parker, Walid Abu-Zalaf, Medo Alsaloussi, and Kevin Downing. Mr. Zangrillo was charged in connection with the Varsity Blues investigation. However, his daughter did not have others take standardized tests for her and she is currently earning a 3.9 GPA at the University of Southern California. Mr. Zangrillo is a well-respected business leader and philanthropist.

USC officials, when asked about the daughter's 3.9 GPA this, indicated the young woman in question (Zangrillo's daughter) wasn't enrolled at USC.

A spokesman for Tom Barrack (a billionaire real estate, close friend of Trump's having been a MAJOR fundraiser for him, and a USC Trustee) said, when asked, "Mr. Barrack had nothing whatsoever to do with Mr. Zangrillo’s pardon. He never intervened and never had discussion with anyone about it. All reports to the contrary are patently false."

A spokesman for Sean Parker (former Facebook pres and Napster founder; $2b net worth) said he did not know Mr. Zangrillo, had not advocated for him, and did not know how his name had ended up on the White House’s list.
 
Draining the swamp. Fighting for the common man. Law and order president. Champion of the anti-elite movement.

https://www.nytimes.com/2021/01/20/us/trump-pardon-robert-zangrillo-varsity-blues.html#:~:text=Nine months later, in March,to stand trial in September.

Pardon for an uber wealthy private real estate investor and CEO of the venture capital firm Dragon Global.

White House commentary on Trump's pardon of Zangrillo:

Robert “Bob” Zangrillo – President Trump granted a full pardon to Robert Zangrillo. This pardon is supported by Len Blavatnik, Geoff Palmer, Tom Barrack, Sean Parker, Walid Abu-Zalaf, Medo Alsaloussi, and Kevin Downing. Mr. Zangrillo was charged in connection with the Varsity Blues investigation. However, his daughter did not have others take standardized tests for her and she is currently earning a 3.9 GPA at the University of Southern California. Mr. Zangrillo is a well-respected business leader and philanthropist.

USC officials, when asked about the daughter's 3.9 GPA this, indicated the young woman in question (Zangrillo's daughter) wasn't enrolled at USC.

A spokesman for Tom Barrack (a billionaire real estate, close friend of Trump's having been a MAJOR fundraiser for him, and a USC Trustee) said, when asked, "Mr. Barrack had nothing whatsoever to do with Mr. Zangrillo’s pardon. He never intervened and never had discussion with anyone about it. All reports to the contrary are patently false."

A spokesman for Sean Parker (former Facebook pres and Napster founder; $2b net worth) said he did not know Mr. Zangrillo, had not advocated for him, and did not know how his name had ended up on the White House’s list.
What I always find weird about these stories is, why does the child of an uber wealthy CEO need/want to go to college, especially a high status college? Aren't they already set for life? I thought that was the point of gross wealth. Isn't that child in the enviable position of pursuing whatever dream job they want already? And if that dream job involves college, shouldn't a sincere interest in a subject lead to the kind of marks you need to get into a decent college anyways? And why care which college? As long as you stay away from Trump University, you can get a good education pretty much anywhere. And you don't need the strings that an Ivy League university can pull for you - your family can do it for you. What's the point of all these shenanigans?
 
I've been meaning to ask this for a while...in his opening montage, he makes a very deliberate gesture with his hand as he raises a cup. Is that supposed to be the "OK" hand gesture?
Towards the end he says something about "changing voting rules to be more in line with the constitution". What does he mean by that?
 
Draining the swamp. Fighting for the common man. Law and order president. Champion of the anti-elite movement.

https://www.nytimes.com/2021/01/20/us/trump-pardon-robert-zangrillo-varsity-blues.html#:~:text=Nine months later, in March,to stand trial in September.

Pardon for an uber wealthy private real estate investor and CEO of the venture capital firm Dragon Global.

White House commentary on Trump's pardon of Zangrillo:

Robert “Bob” Zangrillo – President Trump granted a full pardon to Robert Zangrillo. This pardon is supported by Len Blavatnik, Geoff Palmer, Tom Barrack, Sean Parker, Walid Abu-Zalaf, Medo Alsaloussi, and Kevin Downing. Mr. Zangrillo was charged in connection with the Varsity Blues investigation. However, his daughter did not have others take standardized tests for her and she is currently earning a 3.9 GPA at the University of Southern California. Mr. Zangrillo is a well-respected business leader and philanthropist.

USC officials, when asked about the daughter's 3.9 GPA this, indicated the young woman in question (Zangrillo's daughter) wasn't enrolled at USC.

A spokesman for Tom Barrack (a billionaire real estate, close friend of Trump's having been a MAJOR fundraiser for him, and a USC Trustee) said, when asked, "Mr. Barrack had nothing whatsoever to do with Mr. Zangrillo’s pardon. He never intervened and never had discussion with anyone about it. All reports to the contrary are patently false."

A spokesman for Sean Parker (former Facebook pres and Napster founder; $2b net worth) said he did not know Mr. Zangrillo, had not advocated for him, and did not know how his name had ended up on the White House’s list.
Well, he did also pardon some poor black drug offenders and establish criminal justice reform that freed many more.
 
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