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Washington DC and The Holy Land>FBI warns 'armed protests' being planned at all 50 state capitols and Washington DC
TLO 06:03 PM 01-11-2021
(CNN)The FBI has received information indicating "armed protests" are being planned at all 50 state capitols and the US Capitol in Washington, DC in the days leading up to President-elect Joe Biden's inauguration on January 20, according to an internal bulletin obtained by CNN.

https://www.cnn.com/2021/01/11/polit...tol/index.html
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ChiefsCountry 11:28 PM 01-11-2021
Originally Posted by cdcox:
It is almost like President Obama warned us in 2017 that Trump Did not have the temperament to serve as the US president. And here we are.
Obama was a piece of shit.
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Zap Rowsdower 11:28 PM 01-11-2021
Originally Posted by banyon:
I swear if they pull this $hit during the Chiefs game and we get kicked off of TV for breaking news ...
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BWillie 11:29 PM 01-11-2021
Hahha. The govt gonna take their guns and throw em in prison. Its gonna be hilarious.
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Snopes Hammer 11:30 PM 01-11-2021
Originally Posted by RunKC:
Itís almost as if we told you that silencing Trump and turning him into a martyr would be a terrible idea that would only make this worse.
Originally Posted by staylor26:
Exactly.
A martyr for what?
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BWillie 11:30 PM 01-11-2021
Originally Posted by ChiefsCountry:
Obama was a piece of shit.
Compared to... Trump? I mean I align more towards Trump than Obama but I can't really say he was a piece of shit but Trump you certainly can.
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cdcox 11:38 PM 01-11-2021
Originally Posted by ChiefsCountry:
Obama was a piece of shit.
No he wasn't. One may disagree with his politics, but he isn't a bad person. He is a good family man. He had relatively fewer scandals than other presidents in the post-Nixon era. He is loyal to his friends. He did not carry out his office outside of its norms. He made mistakes, like all Presidents. He bent the rules where it suited his political agenda, like all presidents. If you think he is a POS it says a lot more about you than it does about him.
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Snopes Hammer 11:39 PM 01-11-2021
What's the point of an armed protest?

Are they going to fire them? Brandish them threateningly?
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BucEyedPea 11:40 PM 01-11-2021
Originally Posted by cdcox:
If Trump and his supporters aren't able to even employ legal counsel with enough competence to clear a minimum bar of procedure, that says about all that needs to be said.
In your opinion.

That's just what you're not getting. It shouldn't even get to any court case until the first things that should have been done got done by election officials.

These people disallowed opposition poll watchers which is ILLEGAL. What were they afraid of...hmmm? That was dishonest and bad faith right there. There were numerous other illegalities already discussed for two months here and you're coming in now to debate it? Use the search.

As for legal competence, apparently you missed over the past two months about the intimidation on the big law firms that could have helped Trump, by threatening they'd lose their clients.
Go look for it.

Other than that, because Trump is an outsider, he hadn't widespread institutional support. And when you run on draining the the Swamp you are a threat to many in it.


Originally Posted by :
There are laws about vote count challenges and recounts. Those laws were followed. It's over. Just like 2000 was over once the Supreme Court halted the counting before it was completed. It is time to move on.
No they weren't all followed.

Sorry, but denying poll watchers from the opposition is ILLEGAL.
Changing election laws via a governor or secretary of state at the last minute was illegal and UnConstitutional.

Originally Posted by :
It is time to move on.
Nope. Won't do it. It should continue to be investigated and you are going to see some state legislatures wake up. They already are. In fact Pennsylvania legislature asked Pence to delay the
the certification count as they were working to change their certification. When Guiliani spoke Wednesday there were 3 or 4 more states the wanted the same thing.

Why should I anyway? The Republicans were accused of stealing an election in the late 1990's and it lead to reform. Besides, your side whined for 8 years under Bush, how your election was stolen, which it wasn't. Florida continued the count, well after the SC case and Bush was in power, to count every ballot in the state which did prove Bush won Florida.

The Usurper is not going to unify the country by winning with illegal ballots with no chain of custody to protect them.

So what are you afraid of?
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lostcause 11:40 PM 01-11-2021
Originally Posted by Snopes Hammer:
What's the point of an armed protest?

Are they going to fire them? Brandish them threateningly?
It will make it easier to confiscate their guns and their ammo.
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ChiefsCountry 11:41 PM 01-11-2021
Originally Posted by cdcox:
No he wasn't. One may disagree with his politics, but he isn't a bad person. He is a good family man. He had relatively fewer scandals than other presidents in the post-Nixon era. He is loyal to his friends. He did not carry out his office outside of its norms. He made mistakes, like all Presidents. He bent the rules where it suited his political agenda, like all presidents. If you think he is a POS it says a lot more about you than it does about him.
Bullshit go suck his dick some more. Obama is a shitty nasty person.
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mkp785 11:47 PM 01-11-2021
Originally Posted by Easy 6:
Sure can't remember seeing you cry about "the boys in blue" in Dallas, or LA, or anywhere else they've been ambushed the last 4 years

Spare us the bullshit of your self serving outrage
Originally Posted by Bump:
Did the Dallas police thing qualify too? Or the St Louis one? Or how about all of the others? No? TV didn't say that? K



Didn't you all want to defund police? Or chant fry it like bacon or whatever that chant was?
I was all about cop killers being caught. You guys apparently are not. You only care about blue lives when its politically beneficial. This is just more of that whataboutism you guys are masters of. At least there's something repubs are good at, we know it's not winning elections.
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BucEyedPea 11:48 PM 01-11-2021
Originally Posted by cdcox:
No he wasn't. One may disagree with his politics, but he isn't a bad person. He is a good family man.
He only talked purdy but he has his crimes and his scandals. The press just favored him. He was their guy.

Originally Posted by :
He had relatively fewer scandals than other presidents in the post-Nixon era. He did not carry out his office outside of its norms.
:-)

Like violating the civil rights of a candidate by spying on him and using the FISA court?

Then being involved in pushing the Russia hoax?

By defaming and ruining Flynn, who could expose how his administration gave weapons and aid to ISIS, to use in a proxy war in Syria in order to overthrow a govt that was NOT a threat to us.

His scandals were swept under the rug during his term. Probably more we don't know about. But then he was harsh on the press and even jailed one. His scandals were worse, and resulted in the buthering of innocents in the Levant.

How about his adminstration targetting patriots groups using the IRS?

Fast and Furious?

Former presidents don't set up a residence far from the WH to monitor what their successor is doing and being involved covertly in their takedown.


Originally Posted by :
He made mistakes, like all Presidents. He bent the rules where it suited his political agenda, like all presidents. If you think he is a POS it says a lot more about you than it does about him.
You're whitewashing his crimes. Many more were butchered and died under his term.
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Baby Lee 11:54 PM 01-11-2021
Originally Posted by DaneMcCloud:
I didn't know anything about policemen in Dallas until just now. :-)
You didn't know ANYTHING about the guy who went on a rampage against the Dallas PD, murdering five, after Obama said Law Enforcement was oppressing minorities and targeting them for extermination and "change has been too slow and we have to have a greater sense of urgency about this?"

Another instance where I made the distinction between cautioning against inflammatory language and leaping to criminal culpability for incitement? Another instance where the left bent or backwards to excuse the inflammatory rhetoric?
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BucEyedPea 11:54 PM 01-11-2021
Originally Posted by BWillie:
Compared to... Trump? I mean I align more towards Trump than Obama but I can't really say he was a piece of shit but Trump you certainly can.
He's actually a soft-spoken nice guy behind his tough talking public rhetoric. Patrick Bryne didn't like him much before based on all the bad press, but when he met with him a couple of weeks ago, he was surprised at how soft spoken he was in person and thought he was too nice while he thought the staff around him treated him viciously, and did not serve him well at all. It was a pretty enlightening interview by Byrne of the inside. It's not the first time, I've heard that about Trump. Some feel his failing was he was too nice and needed to come down harder cleaning out the place.

Too many of these other politicians put on a phony facade and then are the opposite behind the scenes. Kasich is like that. He's actually vicious. So is Hillary. I hear Bill is more congenial.
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cdcox 12:09 AM 01-12-2021
Originally Posted by BucEyedPea:
In your opinion.

That's just what you're not getting. It shouldn't even get to any court case until the first things that should have been done got done by election officials.

These people disallowed opposition poll watchers which is ILLEGAL. What were they afraid of...hmmm? That was dishonest and bad faith right there. There were numerous other illegalities already discussed for two months here and you're coming in now to debate it? Use the search.

As for legal competence, apparently you missed over the past two months about the intimidation on the big law firms that could have helped Trump, by threatening they'd lose their clients.
Go look for it.

Other than that, because Trump is an outsider, he hadn't widespread institutional support. And when you run on draining the the Swamp you are a threat to many in it.



No they weren't all followed.

Sorry, but denying poll watchers from the opposition is ILLEGAL.
Changing election laws via a governor or secretary of state at the last minute was illegal and UnConstitutional.


Nope. Won't do it. It should continue to be investigated and you are going to see some state legislatures wake up. They already are. In fact Pennsylvania legislature asked Pence to delay the
the certification count as they were working to change their certification. When Guiliani spoke Wednesday there were 3 or 4 more states the wanted the same thing.

Why should I anyway? The Republicans were accused of stealing an election in the late 1990's and it lead to reform. Besides, your side whined for 8 years under Bush, how your election was stolen, which it wasn't. Florida continued the count, well after the SC case and Bush was in power, to count every ballot in the state which did prove Bush won Florida.

The Usurper is not going to unify the country by winning with illegal ballots with no chain of custody to protect them.

So what are you afraid of?
No court found illegal activity. The Republican Secretary of State in Georgia vigorously and convincingly refuted claims of fraud. The election results came back much as everyone thought they would -- Trump early lead that would erode in certain states as more and more mail votes were counted. Even Trump was protesting the election outcome before a single vote was vounted because he knew he was going to lose. Any Republican who concedes Trump lost gets called a RINO or traitor -- even Pence. Just admit that there is no evidence that will convince you because in fact there is not.
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