That works both ways. Wish Kayne had said, Donald Trump is a seriously troubled man, who just happens to be orange who has been decimated in his business and virtually everything else.
What a stew of clusterfuck.
Ok dog you’ve caught the car now do something with it. And fast.
If The 11th Circuit Rules Against Trump, What Is Likely To Happen Next?
If the 11th Circuit rules against Trump, I would expect an emergency appeal to the Supreme Court, which would be quickly denied. As soon as that happens, I expect that newly appointed Special Counsel Jack Smith and his team will indict former President Trump on multiple counts.
Get ready for trump in the house…
They’ve telegraphed this before.
Can an indicted twice impeached ex POTUS become Speaker of the House?
They should go with Ye.
“Necheles said she didn’t intend to show any testimony that had been stricken as a result of a sustained objection. Merchan noted that the objections themselves had been removed from the excerpts Necheles showed, but not the objectionable testimony.”
Bullshit. Sanction her afterwards.
Not putting it past them, but that seems like it would be a very dumb move. He was a dangerous and damaging POTUS, but at least there, there were a lot of checks on his impulsive behaviors. As speaker, he could just tank stuff left and right.
Although, I guess since they have no interest in actually governing, only in tearing shit down, that would be fine with them.
Isn’t Liddell looking for a place to put his energies?
It’s dumb but I’m hopeful that it’s not “hey we’ve got 218 votes” dumb.
The thought of the Pillow Guy being speaker of the house just broke my brain.
I’m hoping I’m not alone in fearing for the clown-show you 'Mericans are likely to unleash. TFG as POTUS. Kanye West & TFG on the same ticket, in either form. Alex Jones as speaker?
The horror. Yet I can’t look away.
Imagine if President Obama had said something even remotely approaching this.
You’d hear the howls of right wingers ringing from every hill and valley!
He’d have been impeached the same day, with 50% of Dems joining in.
I’m no clairvoyant, but I’m going to hazard a wild guess that fewer than a half-dozen prominent Republicans will even comment on this.
And about half of them will dismiss it as a real problem that the person who is the front runner for the 2024 GOP primary is advocating for abolishing the Constitution…