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I can't stop laughing....

Between Trump's lawyers and the comments on DU, I'm gone....


Are we back to the people having to decide this, not the Senate?

Yep. You can dodge this decision, Senators....After all, there's an election coming up in 2024....

Do yourself a favor and turn on the "Find My" setting on your iPhone....

I saved myself a lot of trouble and heartache by being able to find my iPhone, which had fallen out of my purse and into a box in my car.

When I was out getting groceries and then couldn’t find my phone in the car, I went back to the stores where I had been, but no one had turned it in.....I drove home very sad that I had lost my phone....After I was home for a couple of hours, I remembered that a neighbor of mine had encouraged me months ago to turn on the Find My setting on my phone. So, I grabbed my iPad and followed instructions for how to use Find My, and low and behold, it said my phone was within 150 feet. I knew that must mean it was out in the garage in the car, so I headed out there with my iPad, and once in the car, I hit the notify sound button, and the phone began to ring in the car. Eureka I found it!! (Or I should say Find My found it!)

I was so glad that I had turned on the Find My setting on my phone!!!


EDIT to say thank you for the ❤️....😊

I wonder if the House Impeachment Managers

will show footage of the House Reps and Senators conducting tours the day before the insurrection....

There's got to be footage....



Evict his ass.

I'm sure he would have shown no leniency for tenants of his properties.....



https://www.huffpost.com/entry/trump-maralago-palm-beach-legal-review_n_60108813c5b61cb9534f3f76

Palm Beach Conducting ‘Legal Review’ Of Trump’s Use Of Mar-A-Lago As A Residence

On Wednesday, the former president will again violate the seven-consecutive-day limit he agreed to as a condition of turning the residence into a club.

The town of Palm Beach, Florida, is reviewing Donald Trump’s use of his Mar-a-Lago Club as a residence, even as the former president is set to once again violate a length-of-stay provision he himself agreed to three decades ago.

At 11:32 a.m. Wednesday, Trump will have been at his property for more than seven consecutive days in 2021, having arrived a week earlier, half an hour before his successor, Joe Biden, was sworn in at the U.S. Capitol.

A 1993 “special exception use” permit that Trump signed, allowing him to convert the mansion into a for-profit social club, stipulated that only 10 guest accommodations were allowed, and that no one would stay there longer than seven days, and not more than three times a year.

Palm Beach Mayor Kirk Blouin told HuffPost that Trump’s apparent decision to live there permanently is being examined by the town’s lawyer. “This matter is under legal review by our Town Attorney, John ‘Skip’ Randolph,” Blouin said, adding that the matter may come before the town council at its Feb. 8 meeting.

Randolph confirmed that he is reviewing the issue, but said he has not made any preliminary findings.
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Oh, WOW, little Brayden!

What an improvement in his stutter (now not even in evidence)....!

Very proud of that little man!!

The Trifecta just happened!

Yay!!

Looks like Biden's going to get the military parade

that Trump craved....

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It's a 10!

Online Election Misinformation Dropped a Whopping 73 Percent After Trump Was Kicked Off Social Media

https://www.mediaite.com/trump/online-election-misinformation-dropped-a-whopping-73-percent-after-trump-was-kicked-off-social-media/

President Donald Trump lost one of his favorite methods of communication when Twitter, Facebook, and other social media platforms banned him for inciting violence and spreading misinformation — and now a research firm has quantified just how substantial the Trumpian misinformation really was.

According to a report by the Washington Post, Zignal Labs found that online misinformation about the 2020 election plummeted a stunning 73 percent after Trump’s digital excommunication.

Twitter confirmed this week that the ban on Trump’s account will continue after he leaves office on January 20. So far, Facebook has said that Trump’s suspension is “indefinite,” not committing either way to a permanent ban or eventual restoration. Trump and the accounts of his campaign and some top advisers were also suspended from Instagram, Snapchat, Spotify, Shopify, Pinterest, and several other platforms.
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