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You cannot be tried or convicted of a crime before you commit it

So why should you be allowed to pardon anyone for a crime that hasn't been charged or tried?

If we don't charge these bastards until after Trump leaves office, he should not be allowed to pardon them before then.

The Battle Hymn of the Republic - The United States Army Chorus



Glory and honor to you, Lt. Col. Vindman.


Wouldn't it be great to form a group to defend election fairness and call it

Coalition Of Voters For Election Fairness Everywhere

Or, COVFEFE, for short.

The Fundraising pitch could be "Remember Covfefe!"

Senate votes to deny Trump is Guilty. nt

Pelosi shreds State of the Union speech SOTU 2020 l ABC News

Ad Astra. Describe in one word. nt

I may get flamed for this, but Patrick Philbin...

Is the Deep Thought of Trumps defense team.

The Great Hyperlobic Omnicognate Neutron-Wrangler can talk all four legs off an Arcturan Mega-Donkey but only Patrick Philbin can persuade it to go for a walk afterwards.
- The Hitch-Hiker's Guide to the Galaxy

What a waste of talent.


So, where are all the talking heads that said Pelosi's delay was a pointless waste of time? nt

Danger! Danger! Danger!



Jay Sekulow does his best imitation of the Robot in Lost in Space during the closing arguments of the impeachment trial of Donald J Trump.


Robert Gould Shaw and the 54th Regiment

https://www.nps.gov/boaf/learn/historyculture/shaw.htm



The Robert Gould Shaw and Massachusetts 54th Regiment Memorial, located across Beacon Street from the State House, serves as a reminder of the heavy cost paid by individuals and families during the Civil War. In particular, it serves as a memorial to the group of men who were among the first African Americans to fight in that war. Although African Americans served in both the Revolutionary War and the War of 1812, northern racist sentiments kept African Americans from taking up arms for the United States in the early years of the Civil War. However, a clause in Abraham Lincolnís 1863 Emancipation Proclamation made possible the organization of African American volunteer regiments. The first documented African American regiment formed in the north was the Massachusetts 54th Volunteer Infantry, instituted under Governor John Andrew in 1863. African American men came to enlist from every region of the north, and from as far away as the Caribbean. Robert Gould Shaw was the man Andrew chose to lead this regiment.


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