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Posted in: Trump hints he may run again in 2024, proposes new voting limits See in context

And they key word is: “former” !

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Posted in: Suga refuses to move into official residence despite criticism See in context

He knows he’s a very temporary PM, why waste time moving.

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Posted in: Trump lashes out at McConnell, calling him 'dour, sullen and unsmiling political hack' See in context

A new chapter of the Freak Show has started.

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Posted in: Federal lawsuit accuses Trump, Giuliani of inciting deadly Capitol riot See in context

A new chapter of the Freak Show is about to start.

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Posted in: Senate acquits Trump as Republicans save him See in context

Democracy in the United States of America got another severe thrashing.

February 13, 2021 is another date that will live in infamy.

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Posted in: Slain Capitol Police officer honored: 'We will never forget' See in context

The cult leader who instigated the attack on democracy, and the cult followers who committed this heinous act, should be charged with manslaughter or murder.

Furthermore, the cost of repairs to the physical damage done to the U.S. Capitol should be paid by the cult leader directly to the U.S. Federal Government.

The damage done to We the People of the United States of America is beyond measure.

Making the USA Sane Again will take decades, if ever.

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Posted in: Suga apologizes after LDP execs visit hostess bars during state of emergency See in context

The more things change, the more they remain the same ... over, and over, and again.

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Posted in: Do you think the government's Go To Travel campaign was a good idea but the timing was wrong? Or do you think it was bad idea anyway? Did you use it? See in context

A politically motivated action which is having disastrous human and economic results ... politics as usual.

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Posted in: Kremlin accuses U.S. of meddling in its affairs, but says it is ready to talk See in context

Another chapter of the Cold War, which it didn’t go away, but morphed into what we have been experiencing over the past 3 decades.

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Posted in: Tokyo District Court upholds ban on dual citizenship See in context

Loyalty to one country is the way to go ... many dual and multiple citizenship individuals use it for nefarious purposes.

I, for one, have asked the United States of America (U.S,/USA) to enact a law prohibiting more than one citizenship and passport.

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Posted in: 'We must end this uncivil war,' Biden says, taking over a U.S. in crisis See in context

The end of this Dark Ages chapter took place on the 20th ... it will take decades to mitigate the damage done to the nation and the rest of the related world.

The anarchist and misfits who were emboldened by the actions and rhetoric of those who, neither understand nor practice democracy, must end.

Four years on subjecting the country to an undeclared state of emergency is coming to an end.

Time to Make the United States of America Sane Again.

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Posted in: Trump's legacy: A more divided America, a more unsettled world See in context

The legacy is chaos and division ... the damage done will take decades, if ever, to repair.

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Posted in: McConnell says Trump provoked Capitol siege; mob 'fed lies' See in context

Mitch you are a disgrace and so are all of the anti democracy enablers in both Houses of Congress. The same applies to the state governors who followed their cult leader.

Mitch, you aren’t any different that the terrorist, thugs and traitors that have aided and abetted the shameful occupant of the White House for the past 4 years.

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Posted in: In farewell address, Trump urges prayers for next administration without mentioning Biden See in context

The hypocrisy of it all ... the current occupant of the White House for a few more hours, has almost singlehandedly, with the help of same minded coconspirators and enablers, has destroyed the democratic institutions and is leaving a nation in tatters.

During one of the last Covid-19 super spreader political rallies in November, he stated he would leave the USA in January.

Keep your promise ... it doesn’t matter where you go and with which passport issued by which country, under which name, just leave the scene. You’ve done disastrous damage to my country ... enough is enough.

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Posted in: Records show Trump allies behind rally that ignited Capitol riot See in context

The terrorist and thugs who participated in the biggest attack on democracy in the United States of America should be prosecuted to the extent that the law allows.

Their Latin mottos should be:

”Semper Criminalis”

”Semper Inscicius”

”Semper Proditos”

”Semper Stultus”

”Semper Terroristis”

Their cult leader, and all of the coconspirators and enablers, should pay the price for what they have done. Foreign assets, whether heads of state or fellow travelers, shouldbe exposed and suffer the consequences.

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Posted in: Man with axe smashes New Zealand Parliament doors See in context

A copycat mentally challenged person, similar to the emotionally challenged mob in the United States of America.

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Posted in: Visiting Texas to see border wall, Trump takes no responsibility for Capitol riot See in context

The dangerous fraud currently occupying the White House has never taken responsibility for his actions.

The nation has been under an undeclared state of emergency since the day he was elected and he continues to cause have to the country and the world at large.

Enough!

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Posted in: Trump legacy on race shadowed by divisive rhetoric, actions See in context

The dangerous fraud still occupying the White House is nothing but a purveyor of disinformation and misinformation.

He was affiliated with the Democratic Party for most of his adult life and wanted to run for the Office of President of the United States of America as a Democrat.

Nothing he has said or is currently saying has an iota of truth. He is not a conservative, nor he is a religious person. He hijacked the Republican Party and has, for all intentions, destroyed it.

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Posted in: A farewell to @realDonaldTrump, gone after 57,000 tweets See in context

Good riddance ... albeit four years too late.

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Posted in: Trump has discussed pardoning himself, source says See in context

Part and parcel of Delusion 101.

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Posted in: Trump says his term is ending; transition will be orderly See in context

One of the darkest periods in U.S. history is about to end ... however, the fallout will last for decades.

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Posted in: 4 dead after Trump supporters storm U.S. Capitol, forcing Senate to evacuate See in context

The Anarchist-in-Chief is solely responsible for these acts and all of his minions are co-anarchists.

The country has been in an undeclared state of emergency since 2016. Today will be another date that will live in infamy.

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Posted in: In final weeks, Trump keeps sowing chaos, hamstringing GOP See in context

The current amoral and unethical occupant of the White House continues to apply his mindless “scorched earth policy”.

Most of us are not aware that that the occupant of the White House was a registered Democrat most of his adult life until a few years ago. He even threatened to run for POTUS as a Democrat, something the powers to be would not allow.

The man does not have an ounce of democratic/religious blubber in his oversized frame. He is an equal opportunity offender who’s only goal in life is the survival of himself ... no one else matters.

The pardons he has bestowed on several people are quite questionable. He has pardoned his kind: traitors to the USA, conmen and conwomen, sum

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Posted in: Biden's commitment to Asia to be tested after 'America First' Trump See in context

The many blunders of the inept and unfit current occupant of the White House will take decades to fix.

POTUS 46 will have a difficult job restoring the stature of the United States of America after 4 years of incompetence and xenophobia in the White House.

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Posted in: Under attack from Trump, institutions bend but don't break See in context

The unfit occupant of the White House, in addition to his attacks on democracy (was he acting under the tutelage of his handlers in R****a?), combined with the incompetent way the C-19 pandemic was handled and his retrograde misadministration of the United States of America, has brought the nation to its knees.

It will take decades, if ever, to recover from this travesty.

And he wants to run for office in 2024 ... I suggest the slogan should be: “Let’s Make the USA Insane Again”.

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Posted in: Japan says it is seeking closer ties with U.S. after Biden's win affirmed See in context

@ u_s__reamer

Not only Japan, most of the world with the exception of a few countries.

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Posted in: Electoral College makes it official: Biden won, Trump lost See in context

Enough with the nonsense coming out of the White House and from the cult followers who continue to regurgitate fake news, disinformation and misinformation.

Democracy has won even after massive attacks from the current occupant of the White House and legislators, as well as foreign concerns who should know better than to interfere with democracy in the United States of America and the Constitution of the nation.

We the People of the United States of America have the last word.

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Posted in: The election is over; Trump's attacks will linger See in context

The dangerous, amoral and unethical current occupant of the White House and his cowered minions continue to undermine the democratic process in the United States of America.

Pouring fuel on fire will continue until We the People of the United State of America. We have to put an end to this travesty.

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Posted in: Trump lashes out at Supreme Court, Barr as efforts to overturn election fizzle See in context

A loser, is a loser, is a loser ... period!

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Posted in: Supreme Court rejects Texas lawsuit and Trump bid to overturn election loss See in context

The cult leader and his followers continue to waste time with their frivolous lawsuits knowing that they are undermining democracy and leave chaos behind.

The state attorneys and U,S, House of Representatives members are playing a very dangerous game and will pay a high price in the long run.

We the People of the United States of America have had enough.

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