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1  Other / Politics & Society / Re: 25th Amendament for Joe Biden, when? on: July 12, 2024, 02:41:45 AM
More than 3 years after I posted this topic, the fake news media finally understood that they can't cover up Biden's neurological problems anymore,
and are now desperate to get him to drop out of the presidential race. I hope First Nurse Jill will fight for her privileges, and Biden will stay in the race for as long as possible.

PS. I believed he was afflicted with dementia, but it seems to be Parkinson's.

Hey how about all the other things you were posting back then...

In about 2 weeks, you and the other neo-marxists posting here are going to face reality: Trump won Arizona by a large margin.

Quoted for the lulz.

In "about two weeks" this "Neo Marxist" will be back to lmao.
Hey teddy bear, where's the usual pundit piffle link?


We shall see who laughs in the end.
The AZ Senate RINO attorneys have suppressed, for now, the evidence of large scale fraud. From the watered down report:

Analysis of the paper ballots has discovered ballots which exhibit characteristics that are anomalous and do not match
known legitimate ballots. This includes color ballots that are missing Machine Identification Codes (MIC), as well as
ballots that are demonstrating consistent printing irregularities that suggest they were not printed with the standard
ballot PDF generated from the Dominion Election Management System (EMS).

Perhaps the fake news media is actually the media that you believe?

2  Other / Politics & Society / Re: Publicly held Trump trials - ongoing on: July 01, 2024, 10:08:40 PM

This means that any future president - as long as acting in his official capacity could very well kill his political opponents. I suggest that given this ruling, Biden could in his official capacity, order the SEALs to kill Trump... you know... official acts so ok...

Or he could just plan on having Kamala count some fake electors and ignore the real ones if he needs any electoral votes to secure second term so that the country (and Trump) can get the trials they deserve.   Actually, even if Biden does win legitimately, why not just have Kamala give Biden the electors she prefers from....Texas, Florida, and maybe Mississippi or something for the lulz.  Won't even need to attack a bunch of cops and break into the capital.
3  Other / Politics & Society / Re: Netanyahu's policies have failed on: June 21, 2024, 11:44:01 PM
Alik Bakhshi

Netanyahu's policies have failed

Not from his perspective.

He's not in prison, right?

Plus Israel is closer than ever to annexing the west bank.  Cherry on top.
4  Economy / Gambling / Re: ⚖️ Crypto Gambling Foundation ⚖️ - Fair Gambling For All on: June 19, 2024, 12:16:57 AM

A hand of black jack and a coinflip are not the same.

In blackjack, the dealer wins more hands than the player - but the player is able to win more than even money as well as increase their wager after knowing what their hand and the dealers up card is.  It's not possible to calculate the rtp in blackjack knowing only how many hands a player won and lost.  

You can't just pretend like blackjacks don't payout 2-1, and doubles and splits don't exist and expect anyone to take you're "proof" seriously.  

Since 18 months!!!

As soon as you provide actual proof that you were cheated you will be taken seriously.  Or you can keep posting nonsense.
5  Other / Politics & Society / Re: Donald Trump convicted 34 counts. on: June 13, 2024, 03:20:26 PM
The Deep State Dems are finding it difficult to know where to turn next. If they incarcerate Trump, his numbers will go even higher.

You really think they could go even higher after they've just been getting higher and higher for the past 3 years? 

6  Economy / Gambling / Re: ⚖️ Crypto Gambling Foundation ⚖️ - Fair Gambling For All on: June 13, 2024, 06:52:11 AM
5 months after the 8048/JAZ license holder Antillephone N.V. forwarded my compensation demand to the Stake alleged "Legal Department" and the Stake managing director Xecutive Corporate Management B.V., they still have not answered!

How on earth can you run a provably rigged in-house Black Jack system and ignore the request by your license issuer?

Is it because Stake is managed by two RuneScape players and a chat moderator?  Cheesy

Well your claim is complete nonsense, so if they ever do respond you won't like what they say.
7  Other / Politics & Society / Re: Publicly held Trump trials - ongoing on: June 12, 2024, 12:34:34 AM
It seems that the deep state is no longer that deep - Trumpians would now be crying witch hunt and calling the dismissal of the judge.

Hunter Biden conviction shows 'no one is above the law', says special counsel
Special counsel David Weiss, at a news conference just now, said Hunter Bidenís conviction is a reminder that no one is above the law.

Meanwhile, Trump has been interviewe

To Avoid Prison, Trump May Have to Convince a Probation Officer
Itís a key factor in determining the former presidentís sentence

ill Donald Trump avoid prison? It may depend partly on his ability to convince a probation officer that he would be ďamenable to supervision.


And it is going to be quite difficult to maintain that he is innocent while at the same time convincing anyone of his "amenabiliy". He has to publicly maintain the opposite version that he has to deliver to the officer.

Wonder how he responded when asked "have you recently associated or do you plan on associating with any convicted felons or anyone that has been charged with a felony awaiting trial?"

Also how ironic is it that after all these years of constantly talking about Hunter Biden, the day he's convicted it actually doesn't make sense politically to mention him since it contradicts the current false narrative being pushed.  

"Don't vote for Biden, his son is a felon!!!!!"  lol

Even saying "The Biden Crime Family" doesn't work anymore.
8  Other / Politics & Society / Re: Donald Trump convicted 34 counts. on: June 11, 2024, 03:51:51 AM

Trump obeyed the laws of his country. You are so far off that it would be laughable if somebody had time to laugh. Trump has a thousand options open to him.
I am sorry to hear that you are too busy to laugh. I am sure that you can still make most out of this beautiful summer by going outside and "though the grass". But contrary to popular opinion; if you can type something, it doesn't make it true. In fact in your case,it's most likely lying and ignoring all the evidence.

I would love the idea of eating popcorn and watch you in court by the way, to defend your weird ideas how laws don't apply to you or Trump, but in reality i have better things to do. Good luck with your upcoming month when Trump gets sentenced.

The only reason why Trump is having trouble is, he is listening to his attorneys.

A bigger issue is his attorneys are listening to him.

But the biggest reason Trump is having trouble is that he got sloppy and didn't cover up all of his crimes very well - which isn't surprising considering he hires criminals to commit crime for him but only know how to do it the old fashioned way.  Like Michael Cohen visiting a bank in person to set up accounts so Trump can do some fraud.  Hire a smarter criminal that knows how things work today and the the whole porn star problem goes away with one transaction on a block chain.
9  Other / Politics & Society / Re: Trump Promises Release of All Classified Files on JFK, 9/11, Epstein, if He Wins on: June 10, 2024, 10:33:45 PM

Things come from where they come.

Now don't go sending the food you ate last night back to the grocer. Trump had the docs legally and rightly, with no requirement to send them back anywhere.

I am afraid that is only in your world. Once he stopped being president he had to give all back.

It was a voluntary give-back, for political reasons, not for legal reasons.

Maybe in BADeckerville.  But not in the real world.  You're either being intentionally dishonest or you're putting quite a bit of effort into maintaining an impressive level of ignorance.

I really am not sure if you actually believe most of the nonsense you post.  I think it's more likely that you are knowingly spreading lies after realizing the thing you believed was not true, but I'm not 100% sure.


10  Other / Politics & Society / Re: Trump Promises Release of All Classified Files on JFK, 9/11, Epstein, if He Wins on: June 09, 2024, 09:57:48 PM

Maybe in BADeckerville.  But not in the real world.


11  Other / Politics & Society / Re: Trump's big promises on: June 09, 2024, 01:17:57 PM
(...)What do you think of all this? Did Trump overpromise? Do you think these promises give him hope for winning the presidential race?

I have faith in Trump's promise, because I really feel like the term Trump has done is very much focused on his statements, but I also understand the issue of the race for the presidency promises may also be mentioned.

Although both Trump and Biden are the dominant players in the upcoming presidential position, in my opinion, no matter who becomes president, the change in strategies for the economy will be affected, and especially issues related to conflicts of many different regions.

I think it's time to update your AI.

Anyway, here are some of the promises Trump made but didn't keep during the 2016 campaign.

12  Other / Politics & Society / Re: The KRAKEN rises, meaning the 2020 election fraud is being corrected. on: June 09, 2024, 01:02:49 AM
^^^ Note that just because Reps are generally a good group, this doesn't make them 'law smart' necessarily. They simply want justice done, and don't necessarily look at what the law says so that they can word their law suits correctly.


they don't jump into things without doing due diligence.

Seems like you're unable to defend them without contradicting yourself, which makes sense since Biden won the election, pretty much every legal challenge failed as well as every illegal challenge.  And when you count all the individual cases of voter fraud, plus the results of the republican "independent" investigation the only thing thats been proven is Biden actually received a few hundred more votes and Trump convinced a bunch of his supporters to commit crimes to try and help him steal the election.  That must hurt,  but pretending like Trump still won because you really really really wish he had won is pretty childish.  Try using your brain more and learn to control your emotions.
13  Other / Politics & Society / Re: Trump Promises Release of All Classified Files on JFK, 9/11, Epstein, if He Wins on: June 08, 2024, 04:49:16 AM
^^^ When Trump wins the presidency, the Mar-a-Lago raid documents will be deemed something that he could have and hold as President. So, he will be able to do it with anything, and declassify whatever he wants.


Glad you finally understand why it was not ok to do what he did when he was not president.  When you're president, you get access to all the documents.  When you're not president, keeping them in your basement/bathroom and hiding them from the government = crime.  Save that thought in case he doesn't win and is eventually held accountable for his actions.
14  Other / Politics & Society / Re: Trump Promises Release of All Classified Files on JFK, 9/11, Epstein, if He Wins on: June 07, 2024, 11:47:34 PM
Donald Trump promised a lot of things during his 2016 campaign...

15  Other / Politics & Society / Re: Donald Trump convicted 34 counts. on: June 07, 2024, 03:57:02 PM
My concern is the damage these bogus politically motivated lawsuits have inflicted upon our judicial system.  The Republic may not recover from this level of corruption.  

Fun fact.

While Trump was president the DOJ prosecuted someone for their involvement in illegal campaign contributions in the form of hush money payments to a porn star right before an election.

That someone was Trumps lawyer.  And he served prison time for it.

Trump was referred to as "unindicted co-conspirator #1" in the the indictment.

Maybe the person to blame for all of this is....Trump?  You know, the guy who's been found guilty and keeps ranting about how he did nothing wrong even though he obviously broke the law to help himself win the 2020 election and then committed fraud every month for the next year (breaking more laws) to cover it up.

Imagine the damage to our judicial system if they just let someone get away with something like that who has shown no remorse and then gone on to commit more crimes to overturn the results of the next election, and then even more crimes after he left office.

Could you imagine the outrage if Hillary or Biden did that?
16  Other / Politics & Society / Re: Donald Trump convicted 34 counts. on: June 07, 2024, 01:26:24 AM
Trump just keeps on getting stronger and stronger and stronger. The more they try to destroy him, the stronger he gets.

Oh yes, look at the wild swings in the polls:

Do you think he's considering changing strategies in his other criminal trials?  If he were to stop delaying today, he'd probably be able to be found guilty by at least 2 more juries before the election, possibly 3!

17  Economy / Gambling / Re: ⚖️ Crypto Gambling Foundation ⚖️ - Fair Gambling For All on: June 06, 2024, 07:17:37 PM
And as a provably rigged in-house Black Jack system is a violation of the applicable regulations, they have to investigate this further.

It's not provably rigged, you're just an idiot that doesn't understand basic math.  One of many examples: you didn't even consider blackjack pays 3-2 in your calculation.  Even if the rest of your math were accurate (it's not - not even close) treating each hand as if the only possible outcomes are lose 1 bet, win 1 bet or tie is not how blackjack works.
18  Other / Politics & Society / Re: Donald Trump convicted 34 counts. on: June 06, 2024, 02:44:40 AM
How do you know the things that you seem to know? One reason. The court acted against the right to privacy as expressed by the 4th Amendment courts adjudication. This means that the whole case should have been dropped immediately when Daniels was introduced into it, or it should have been changed to not hear any of the Daniel's arguments at all. Privacy.

Hush money? Had to do with Daniels. Privacy.

This whole case needs to be declared a mistrial because of Privacy issues between Trump and Daniels. All issues that were brought because of Daniels must be brought without having any connection to Daniels at all. If Trump is guilty of crimes, they must be found without any Daniels connection interference. 4th Amendment privacy overrules lesser law.

Former President Donald Trump shares his agenda during an exclusive sit-down interview with "Fox & Friends."

Trump: 'My revenge will be success' -


If Trump doesn't argue that the whole thing is made up, then the porn star doesn't have to describe what it was like to be looking at the ceiling with Trump on top of her with his small mushroom shaped condomless penis inside of her.  None of those details were relevant until opening statements when Trumps team claimed she was lying.  Once that claim is made, the prosecutors get to have her explain what happened and a let the jury decide if she's credible or not.

No, he was using campaign funds, which require precise tracking and accounting - Trump perfectly knows this, but even if he does not, the law applies equally (not knowing a law is not a defence - I mean not any country in the world). In the same way, Trump is responsible for the correct use of the funds like the CEO of any company is responsible for controlling the last dime of their company.

He should've used campaign funds.  Then it would've been fine.  Problem is he used his personal funds to help his campaign because he didn't want to follow campaign finance laws. Then he committed fraud to hide it, because he knew what he did was illegal, by funneling the money through Michael Cohen and a Fake Company.  
19  Other / Politics & Society / Re: The KRAKEN rises, meaning the 2020 election fraud is being corrected. on: June 06, 2024, 12:56:38 AM
^^^ Republicans are a generally good group. They generally want to accept that Dems and others are acting honestly, with good conscience. So, they don't jump into things without doing due diligence.

Yes.  GOP is great at due diligence.  They just can't stop whining winning.

(Mind you, these are only the lawsuits out of Arizona, and only the ones that were filed before the Election was certified, there are literally hundreds more failed lawsuits just like these)
20  Other / Politics & Society / Re: The KRAKEN rises, meaning the 2020 election fraud is being corrected. on: June 04, 2024, 10:01:07 PM
The 2020 election fraud was corrected even more today:

Wisconsin Charges 3 Trump Allies in Fake Electors Scheme

It is the fifth battleground state to prosecute former President Donald J. Trumpís supporters for trying to overturn his defeat in the 2020 election.

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