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56 minutes ago, buffalo_bill said:

Mr Cavanami,

would your quoted websites be printed on paper I consider using them as toilet paper being an insult to my arse.

Hey Bubi,

Your negative IQ is showing. As what I post requires one to actually have a working brain...

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"Your negative IQ is showing. As what I post requires one to actually have a working brain..."

 

Cav you're a moron.

1. negative IQ - not possible

2. working brain not required, you don't have a working brain and yet you still managed, to post your dross. Also braindead Trumpanzees, will look at it and clap their hands... 

 

vis

 

The words moron, imbecile, and idiot mean different things.  In psychology, an idiot has the least intelligence on the IQ scale (this now is equivalent to someone who is mentally retarded or the more politically correct “mentally challenged”);

an imbecile is not quite as dumb as an idiot and is now considered equivalent to moderate retardation;

a moron is then the highest level of intelligence for someone who is mentally retarded, thus considered as being mildly mentally retarded.  

Specifically, those who have an IQ between 0 and 25 are idiots;

IQs between 26 and 50 are considered imbeciles;

and those who have an IQ between 51 and 70 are considered morons.  

These terms were popular in psychology as associated with intelligence on an IQ test until around the 1960s.  They were then replaced with the terms mild retardation, moderate retardation, severe retardation, and profound retardation.  

In addition to this, other factors besides IQ are now used in diagnosing these levels of mental deficiency.

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Trump's Erratic Moves Hamper the White House's Impeachment Defense

The White House’s strategy to defend President Donald Trump has been swamped in recent days by one of the most unpredictable forces in Washington: Trump himself. Since House Speaker Nancy Pelosi announced on Sept. 24 an impeachment inquiry into Trump’s request that Ukraine investigate Joe Biden, five of Trump’s most senior advisors have tried to develop a methodical, coherent strategy to respond to Congressional demands and all-consuming news cycles. It hasn’t been easy.

Trump’s White House Counsel, Pat Cipollone, leads the legal strategy, deploying a maximalist view of executive power to rebuff House Democrats’ requests for documents and testimony. The White House head of legislative affairs Eric Ueland, a former top aide to GOP Congressional leaders, works to shore up Trump’s Senate firewall against removal from office. White House Press Secretary Stephanie Grisham advises on communications plans. Trump’s son-in-law and senior advisor Jared Kushner and Acting White House Chief of Staff Mick Mulvaney project White House messaging to the campaign and Trump’s orbit of defenders.

But Trump, as always, has been his own senior strategist, leaving his aides scrambling to keep up. Two moves in particular are complicating his defense.

Trump’s impromptu move to pull U.S. forces from northeastern Syria has prompted a backlash from Senate Republicans, including Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell. There is growing concern in the West Wing that Trump’s decision could dampen the defense he needs from Republican lawmakers as impeachment starts rolling forward. “Syria starts to impact people’s minds,” a senior White House official says, and requires a broader political push beyond a legal defense of the President’s actions. Trump’s withdrawal from Syria is a different topic from the Ukraine allegations, but “it doesn’t matter, that’s part of the dynamic environment we live in,” the official says. 

And then there’s Trump’s continued reliance on his personal lawyer, Rudy Giuliani. For a day or two last week, it looked as if Trump might distance himself from Giuliani, but over the weekend, Trump turned back to his defense, calling him “legendary” and the “greatest Mayor in the history of NYC.” Trump and Giuliani continue to talk directly, and the White House staff often don’t know what advice Giuliani is going to give him in advance. “What the f**k has Giuliani been doing?” the senior official says, adding: “People just scratch their heads.”

The news that Giuliani’s business associates Lev Parnas and Igor Fruman were indicted for allegedly making illegal campaign contributions blindsided the West Wing and has created an unwanted distraction from Trump’s defense, said a second White House official. “At some point you cross a line and say, wait a second you’re doing more harm than good here,” the official says. Giuliani, who was regularly appearing on television news shows to defend the president, has stayed off the air for a few days. “The only person that can tell Rudy not to go on TV is the president,” the official says. 

The unpredictability of Trump makes traditional White House defense all the more difficult. There’s a concern among some White House officials that Trump’s White House Counsel Cipollone, a long-time GOP lawyer and litigator, has blind spots when it comes to politics and communications. The plan last week to bring former Congressman Trey Gowdy, who was an attack dog in the House against Hillary Clinton, was intended to bring “fresh eyes” to Trump’s defense and leverage Gowdy’s political sense. But that plan blew up after Trump approved Gowdy for the job and his name leaked before his law firm could sign off on Gowdy moving over to the White House. Lobbying restrictions were going to prevent Gowdy from working in the White House until January, says a White House official.

In the meantime, as an alternative to bringing in outside help like Gowdy, Trump’s senior advisors are looking at ways to more fully staff up an impeachment war room by pulling in four or five seasoned lawyers in other general counsel’s offices in agencies and other parts of the federal government who haven’t been working in the White House general counsel’s office.   * scrambling to find lawyers...

A former White House official said that anyone who joins Trump’s team would have to be prepared to get blamed if the House ends up voting to impeach him, even if the Senate blocks a conviction, which is likely. An impeachment in the House, “will remain with him forever,” the former official says, “he will blow out everybody and say it was their fault and they were totally incompetent,” the official says. “So why jump on board?”

https://time.com/5700165/trump-white-house-impeachment-defense/

 

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White House Press Secretary Stephanie Grisham advises on communications plans.
Trump’s son-in-law and senior advisor Jared Kushner and
Acting White House Chief of Staff Mick Mulvaney project White House messaging to the campaign

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It seems impeachment is going to happen. Dems have the numbers and they only need a majority. Conviction is another matter. In the 1998 Clinton impeachment in the house, not all articles passed and you had some a few Republicans voting against some articles and even a few Dems voting for some articles.  Republicans at the time controlled the House and Senate. 

In the Senate, a few Republicans voted not guilty, all 45 Dems voted not guilty. 

Trump will be impeached though, and this is just with what we already know. The Senate trial will be not guilty right now but if other things come, and I suspect they will, it will move closer to conviction. Impeachment didn't hurt Bill Clinton much. At the time polls indicated the American people thought it was a waste of time, the economy was still fairly good and since then its not brought up much if at all. 

So, this could be a "non event" to some extent for Trump if the public doesn't care. Right now, it seems like they do and the poll numbers are working against him as opposed to Bill Clinton where they worked for him. If more comes out and it looks very bad, Republican senators may have to make a decision. If their states think he is guilty, it will hurt them in '20 if they vote not guilty. 

My guess is there is going to take careful measure of the political temperature and act accordingly. If Trump gets a not guilty it will be closer than we think. My guess is, if it seems like he won't get out and this will likely entail some GOP senators playing it very close to the vest. Maybe publicly showing support or worse yet, non committal  but will have persistent rumors that they may vote not guilty and Trump will not have a firm number of how many Senators he has. Jones is the sole Dem who may vote not guilty, since he is from Alabama. 

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13 hours ago, buffalo_bill said:

Mr Cavanami,

would your quoted websites be printed on paper I consider using them as toilet paper being an insult to my arse.

Just for you Bubi...

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The stupid thing about all that you post Cav, is that you never defend Trump, you only attack, anyone and anything that is not Trump.

in simple terms: If I want to defend person A, I go and call the police on Person B, immigration on Person C and report Person D to the Tax department....

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To verify the enormous quality of Cavanami´s news sources I did actually read one piece last week because I had nothing better to do. There I found a hyperventilating man calling himself a black patriot. This guy obviously had just come across some bad news about Hunter Biden being member of an investment board somewhere in China.  He was yelling Traeson-Treason-Treason !!! based on some documents he claimed to have found.

The truth would be that treason means "  treason is specifically limited to levying war against the US, or adhering to their enemies, giving them aid and comfort "  Did Hunter declare war on the US? 

The documents show that ex cocaine junkie Biden jun had been invited to join the board of an investment fund. Like the Ucraine-case this is ethically more than questionable and without him being Biden jun nobody ever would have asked hin. But: where is the criminal hardware? No doubt the black patriot will soon investigate all Kushner business that might be based on his good connections into the White House. Lots of laughter within the auditorium.

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