TRUMP PRESIDENT NAAAHHH!!! and the Trail of Delicious Liberal Tears

lajikal

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WaiT.. Reds lost gubnorship races in Michigan, Wisconsin and Pennsylvania? Oof.
 

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The ruling, by a three-judge panel of the San Francisco-based Ninth U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals, said the administration voiced inadequate and flawed reasons for its decision in September 2017 to terminate an Obama-era program called Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals, or DACA. - Guess where it goes next.
I like beer.
 

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This is what we're dealing with:


 

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The amount of ignorance, intentional or otherwise, over how our system works is just appalling.


"Trump skips over Rosenstein in line of succession in naming acting ATTY. Gen."


This is an actual MSNBC headline. Do these fucks not know how the cabinet works?



Yesterday, the scholar Joy Behar said that the GOP won the senate because of Gerrymandering.


Gerrymandering.....the senate.
 

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Lub Acosta's troll tactics, almost got the baby to storm out of there! :haha7:
 

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Antifa group chants outside, vandalizes Fox commentator Tucker Carlson's home
Members of rival media networks condemned the actions of the group.
Tucker Carlson speaks onstage during Politicon 2018 at Los Angeles Convention Center on October 21, 2018.Phillip Faraone / Getty Images for Politicon

Nov. 8, 2018

Antifa protesters chanted outside of Fox News commentator Tucker Carlson's Washington, D.C., house and vandalized his driveway Wednesday night while his wife was inside, leading to condemnation from his own network as well as media personalities from rival networks.
 

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To be slightly fair, it’s not as an outlandish claim is most of their other bullshit. That’s something that’s easy to believe to them. Sure it’s bullshit, but it doesn’t require the same amount of mental gymnastics as believing that Trump and Trump alone is peronsalky responsible for MAGABomber and Jew hater or believeing they can install Hillary by removing Trump and Pence from office, SotA becomes prez, takes Hillary as VP and then steps down to let Hillary assume the office
I actually had a lefty tell me that is the plan of the left
 

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This is what we're dealing with:


Yeah, and they're not exactly rushing to retract their bogus claims.


But regardless, the left would go nuts if a righty reporter laid a hand on an Obama White House intern, and the right don't need to be acting like she was assaulted. He should've given up the mic and not tried to be this #Resist lefty hero. The old "Yeah maaaaann! I showed him! You're not going to silence me!" Ugh.
 

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Could someone tell me why RBG is some kind of goddamn American treasure to the left? During Halloween I saw on two TV shows characters dressed up as her. I also saw a movie is coming out about her. Whats the BFD about her?
 

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Could someone tell me why RBG is some kind of goddamn American treasure to the left? During Halloween I saw on two TV shows characters dressed up as her. I also saw a movie is coming out about her. Whats the BFD about her?
She's literally all they have to look up to. Can you see them putting Pelosi or DiFi on a pedestal? Plus she's been #Resisting Trump in interviews.
 

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Poor Mic girl tried every which way to get the mic back. The stomp and grab method, the look away distraction technique, the cunning reacharound and pull. And finally the I give up I don't want the mic anyway trick.
 

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Poor Mic girl tried every which way to get the mic back. The stomp and grab method, the look away distraction technique, the cunning reacharound and pull. And finally the I give up I don't want the mic anyway trick.
She shoulda went with "I'm a big fan. Can I have your autograph?"

Ego boy would've been all "Sure! Let me get my pen, hold this mic for me."
 

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Opinion
Trump’s Appointment of the Acting Attorney General Is Unconstitutional
The president is evading the requirement to seek the Senate’s advice and consent for the nation’s chief law enforcement officer and the person who will oversee the Mueller investigation.

By Neal K. Katyal and George T. Conway III
Mr. Katyal and Mr. Conway are lawyers.
  • Nov. 8, 2018
Matthew Whitaker, named acting attorney general on Wednesday after the forced resignation of Jeff Sessions, was Mr. Sessions's chief of staff.CreditCreditCharlie Neibergall/Associated Press

What now seems an eternity ago, the conservative law professor Steven Calabresi published an op-ed in The Wall Street Journal in May arguing that Robert Mueller’s appointment as special counsel was unconstitutional. His article got a lot of attention, and it wasn’t long before President Trump picked up the argument, tweeting that “the Appointment of the Special Counsel is totally UNCONSTITUTIONAL!”

Professor Calabresi’s article was based on the Appointments Clause of the Constitution, Article II, Section 2, Clause 2. Under that provision, so-called principal officers of the United States must be nominated by the president and confirmed by the Senate under its “Advice and Consent” powers.

He argued that Mr. Mueller was a principal officer because he is exercising significant law enforcement authority and that since he has not been confirmed by the Senate, his appointment was unconstitutional. As one of us argued at the time, he was wrong. What makes an officer a principal officer is that he or she reports only to the president. No one else in government is that person’s boss. But Mr. Mueller reports to Rod Rosenstein, the deputy attorney general. So, Mr. Mueller is what is known as an inferior officer, not a principal one, and his appointment without Senate approval was valid.

But Professor Calabresi and Mr. Trump were right about the core principle. A principal officer must be confirmed by the Senate. And that has a very significant consequence today.

It means that Mr. Trump’s installation of Matthew Whitaker as acting attorney general of the United States after forcing the resignation of Jeff Sessions is unconstitutional. It’s illegal. And it means that anything Mr. Whitaker does, or tries to do, in that position is invalid.