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Twitter said on Friday (Saturday NZT) that it had permanently banned an account connected to the office of Iran’s supreme leader, shortly after the account posted a photo showing former president Donald Trump playing golf in the shadow of a giant drone.

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Hi, Guys, why are you so obsessed with this thread? Why want it locked? Don't like it, just don't bloody read it. Sanuk!  

Why do you need elections when you have the media?

We have a standing army, navy, air force and marine corps and coast guard all year, every year. The asshole should have been able to get into West Point or one of the other ervice academies IF he was

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McConnell privately says he wants Trump gone as Republicans quietly lobby him to convict

As the House prepares to send articles of impeachment to the Senate on Monday, CNN has learned that dozens of influential Republicans around Washington -- including former top Trump administration officials -- have been quietly lobbying GOP members of Congress to impeach and convict Donald Trump. The effort is not coordinated but reflects a wider battle inside the GOP between those loyal to Trump and those who want to sever ties and ensure he can never run for President again.

The lobbying started in the House after the January 6 attack on the Capitol and in the days leading up to impeachment. But it's now more focused on Sen. Mitch McConnell, the powerful minority leader who has signaled he may support convicting Trump.

"Mitch said to me he wants Trump gone," one Republican member of Congress told CNN. "It is in his political interest to have him gone. It is in the GOP interest to have him gone. The question is, do we get there?"

McConnell had proposed delaying the trial until February, but with the articles coming to the Senate on Monday, the process will likely be set in motion sooner. It would take 17 Republicans to join all 50 Democrats in order to convict. While the bar is high, some GOP sources think there is more of an appetite to punish the former President than is publicly apparent.

"There were 10 House Republicans who voted for impeachment. There were probably over 150 who supported it," said Charlie Dent, a former Republican congressman and CNN contributor.

The ongoing Republican whisper campaign, according to more than a dozen sources who spoke to CNN, is based on a shared belief that a successful conviction is critical for the future of the Republican party. Multiple sources describe this moment as a reckoning for the party.

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54 minutes ago, Coss said:

Board Members, Cav...

I propose a deal, if Cav stops posting Pro Trump Bullshit, I'll stop posting the Anti Trump stuff.

Trump not worth it any more; CAV as sharp political analyst shall keep us informed about the latest Q-anon underground facts and why Biden other than the Donald is a crook. Another 14 days and no jobs shall be left in the whole USA .

Personally I am more than delighted that civilisation came back to Washington, Fauci being one of them looked happy  like a boy under the christmas tree today .

 

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After the presidential election last year, the Proud Boys, a far-right group, declared its undying loyalty to President Donald Trump.

In a Nov. 8 post in a private channel of the messaging app Telegram, the group urged its followers to attend protests against an election that it said had been fraudulently stolen from Trump. “Hail Emperor Trump,” the Proud Boys wrote.

But by this week, the group’s attitude toward Trump had changed. “Trump will go down as a total failure,” the Proud Boys said in the same Telegram channel Monday.

As Trump departed the White House on Wednesday, the Proud Boys, once among his staunchest supporters, have also started leaving his side. In dozens of conversations on social media sites like Gab and Telegram, members of the group have begun calling Trump a “shill” and “extraordinarily weak,” according to messages reviewed by The New York Times. They have also urged supporters to stop attending rallies and protests held for Trump or the Republican Party.

The comments are a startling turn for the Proud Boys, which for years backed Trump and promoted political violence. Led by Enrique Tarrio, many of its thousands of members were such die-hard fans of Trump that they offered to serve as his private militia and celebrated after he told them in a presidential debate last year to “stand back and stand by.” On Jan. 6, some Proud Boys members stormed the U.S. Capitol.

But since then, discontent with Trump, who later condemned the violence, has boiled over. On social media, Proud Boys participants have complained about his willingness to leave office and said his disavowal of the Capitol rampage was an act of betrayal. 

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The President reject, Bidunb, fails to take care of the troops that protected. Bidumb stuck them in a parking garage!!! WTF...but Trump to the rescue!!!

TRUMP ALREADY TO THE RESCUE! OFFERS TROOPS TRUMP HOTEL! THE BATTLE TO FIX OUR ELECTIONS. +NEWS

 

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First day, President reject, Biden signs exec order to stop building the wall,,,money already appropriated, work on going...azzclown

Migrant caravan: Guatemala blocks thousands bound for US...

A group of US-bound Central American migrants has been met with truncheons and tear gas in Guatemala, where security forces blocked their path.

Thousands of people were intercepted on a road near the border with Honduras on Sunday. The government said it would not accept "illegal mass movements".

An estimated 7,000 migrants, mostly from Honduras, have entered in recent days, fleeing poverty and violence....

https://www.bbc.com/news/world-latin-america-55699540

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22 hours ago, khunsanuk said:

Hi,

In 2017 already 28% of the UK's power came from renewables, up from less than 10% in 2011. I am certain that has only grown the last 3 years, and will continue to do so.

Sanuk!
 

where did that number come from?

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