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I am a Brit. I am a working class child of the troubles in Belfast who now lives a life of privilege. I am an anti-racist, progressive monster for truth. If I fail in being that monster, call me out....

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Still grifting as arsehole in chief while under investigation

NEW: the @GOP will hold its winter mtgs at @realDonaldTrump’s Doral resort, a contract worth hundreds of thousands for Trump’s private biz.

Fucking hell, he can not stop.
Yet another impeachable offence.

It has been ever thus...

Same shit different century - but then fascists are a rather blunt instrument of tyranny, they always have been... heh.

The Chicago Tribune has a cover page today...TRUTH MATTERS

Not the actual front page but on point! Truth must out...


Trump reveals the moment he thinks went best for him in impeachment's first day

The president insisted Wednesday afternoon, during a meeting with Turkish president Recep Tayyip Erdoğan, that he hadn’t watched “one minute” of the first public testimony, by two State Department witnesses — but he reacted the following day on Twitter.

“(Rep. John Ratcliffe) asked the two ‘star’ witnesses, ‘where is the impeachable event in that call?'” Trump tweeted. “Both stared straight ahead with a blank look on their face, remained silent, & were unable to answer the question. That would be the end of a case run by normal people! – but not Shifty!”



If that is his best moment??? That moment when he demonstrates that he can't tell the difference between judge, prosecutor and witness... that moment was his best moment....

We all need to be this right now...

Light over darkness...
Resistance is not futile


Six of one half a dozen of the other. It is an impossible choice in an impossible election. Who would you prefer as PM? One will literally dismantle the state in a a right wing wet dream of being a deregulated tax haven, the other will literally expand the state to such an extent that nothing and nobody would be safe economically..

I am going with the tactical voting and hope for a further hung parliament solution. That way they will all have to curtail their worst excesses, or at least that is the plan!

What a choice.

We are witness to the beginning of the beginning, rather than the beginning of the end.

In theory, Legislators swear to uphold the Constitution, they do not swear fealty to the president, right? In theory. We know that Trump is a bully boy who will stop at nothing to get his own way and that the Republican legislators are swept up in the Trump cult of nasty personality. So, this week as we listen to the devastating evidence coming out of the hearings this should be the beginning of the end for the felon in the White House. Right?

The problem is, of course, in the real world the republicans don’t give a shit about the Constitution, they care only for power, so it matters not once jot that he is as guilty as sin. The polls will need to shift more on impeachment for them to defend the law and the constitution in any way at all – they really don’t care what he has actually done, they will defend any behaviour if it helps them cling to power. Hell, he could put out a hit on Biden, and they would argue he is not guilty because he did not actually pull the trigger.

This SHOULD be the beginning of the end. But if republicans did their job to uphold the rule of law and impeach, then Pence would be next in the impeachment firing line and that risks Pelosi in the White House, and they would rather burn the constitution to the ground than allow that to happen.

We are witness to the beginning of the beginning, rather than the beginning of the end. But we will see the end in sight soon enough if the testimony continues to be so bloody explosive. Oh, and blue wave 2020.

This. Republicans. Today.


Turkish forces launch attacks on Syrian Christian communities as Trump welcomes Erdogan to the WH

On the same day as the first public hearings in House impeachment inquiry began, President Trump welcomed Turkey’s president Recep Tayyip Erdoğan to the White House — a move that even Senator Mitch McConnell said made him feel a sense of “uneasiness,” in light of the fact that Erdogan’s forces and proxies are currently sowing chaos and committing atrocities in Syria.

As the White House meeting between the two leaders took place, reports emerged that Turkish forces launched an attack on the predominantly Christian Syrian town of Til Temir.


Heh. Evangelicals need to try and explain that away

Trump is evil

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