Attempted Coup in the United States: Tracking Investigations and Fallout

Haven’t these traitors dumped their old phones by now? I mean they know the man is coming for their devices right?

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Fer funzies I searched Hardee’s in Minnesota, and found all but 2 in the outer edges of the outer suburbs of the Twin Cities…And then there is one in Mankato, where Pillow Guy claims to be from…

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He doesn’t have a computer?

He runs a multi-million dollar business from his phone?

That’s so ridiculous it must be true.

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If anyone in Trump’s orbit had a lick of sense* they would have been rethinking their digital security practices a long time ago.

*A contradiction, I know

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most likely there is a small group of people who run the business for him and endure his pointless advice in exchange for cooking his books and funneling his money to their offshore accounts

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It’s pretty obvious he can barely tie his own shoes—there must be flunkies running all the day-to-day nonsense of his actual business for him

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Well There It Is Jurassic Park GIF

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Oh no, they’ve weaponised the FBI!

Isn’t that the whole point of the FBI? They are a weapon.

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But not against them! That’s un-possible. Protect but not bind…bind but not protect is supposed to happen to OTHERS.

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I wonder where the OK got that idea from?

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Man Seen Crushing Officer With Shield During Capitol Siege Convicted Of 7 Felonies

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Judging by the contents of that sweatshirt and what they were recorded doing, I think the courts have it about right.

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right? it’s almost like people buy clothing to tell other people about themselves

and these days, for books with covers, there’s a whole marketing department behind the design. if you can’t judge a book by its cover, someone isn’t doing their job right

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Such happy people

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stephen-colbert-middle-finger

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This week we will propose reforms to the Electoral Count Act to protect the rule of law and ensure that future efforts to attack the integrity of presidential elections can’t succeed,"

This bill will have to be reconciled with legislation proposed by a group of Senators, led by Republican Sen. Susan Collins of Maine and Democratic Sen. Joe Manchin of West Virginia, that was released in July.

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