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If Joe Biden follows through on his prior musings about picking a republican as his running mate, and picks , for example Condelezza Rice, and promises to step down right away due to his senility, a lot of republicans will take a hard look at voting for him.

Slow Joe wants to be president, and this would be a way for him to accomplish that. I doubt that Condi is going to let him feel her hair and smell it, but you never know.

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(dailybeast/bidensecretlybuildingrepublicansupport)

Not exactly "secret" news that the rick wilson's are voting for whomever the democrat nominee is, you've seen his and the dumbest man on TV's giggle fest right.

(“You’ve got to kill the alligator closest to the boat”)

However the “You’ve got to kill the alligator closest to the boat” when your discussing & deciding whom to shoot first, the POTUS or the democrat nominee for POTUS, sounds like something the dumbest man on TV would say; but hey, maybe this rick tyler is vying for his title - and I guess you thought it sounded cool. 

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Told ya we've been ruled by the uni party until Trump came a long. His greatest feat is exposing the corruption. And the cult members inside of the corruption.

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Well, now the "never-trumpers" know how I felt when George W Bush was speaking Spanish.  And when I threw away my votes when I voted for Perot against HW Bush in `92 and against Dole in `96.  To me there was no difference in HW Bush, Bob Dole and Billy Bob Clinton, all three were "alligators" and if I had to do over again, Perot would still get my ballot. 

Someone calling themselves a "Republican" are  playing with fire supporting Biden are nuts in the head.  Trump would have 60% in common with the most liberal Republican and zero in common with Biden, who`ll get AOC and Bernie Sanders vote.

I know, I`ll call myself a "Democrat" and start a group "Democrats for Trump"  Smiley Happy   There are actually Democrats out there that support Trump you know.

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Trump is as JFK liberal. He loves the country and will protect it from foreign attacks yet thinks the government is the solution to domestic problems not the cause.

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Interesting.  Condi one of the first that came to mind for me when I read somewhere that VP Biden was leaning towards a “woman of color”.

She’d be good in either job. 

I’m still eyeing the long odds on Gov. Grisham of New Mexico. In this CV environment I can’t see him or the party leaders wanting to gum up any Senate seats or races when achieving a majority is looking to be considerably more likely than it did a year ago. That would eliminate our Amy, Warren, Harris Or Baldwin. 

If Joe calls me and asks “who should I chose?” I’d tell him Katie Porter, but she’s in the on deck circle to replace Feinstein when she steps down so probably not. 

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Trump/Pence has 80% 90% favorable among Republicans ...wonks feel free to correct me if the percentage is wrong.  But for every Repub vote Biden/Condi would pick up, wouldn`t they lose 3 or 4 Bernie Bros?

 

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@r3020 wrote:

Told ya we've been ruled by the uni party until Trump came a long. His greatest feat is exposing the corruption. And the cult members inside of the corruption.


No his greatest feat is most corrupt administration in US history.  And his cult, i.e. YOU, have made it all possible.  

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As my colleague streiff reported earlier, a “private call” from former President Barack Obama just happened to be leaked to Michael Isikoff.

Strange, isn’t it, how this leak parallels leaks during the Russia investigation that also went to Isikoff with information seemingly meant to undermine Donald Trump? The same reporter who was leaked to about Carter Page. Almost as if there’s a pattern there that we’re seeing once again.

 

On the call that obviously was private and not at all staged to be leaked, Obama said he was concerned that the “rule of law is at risk” after what he called the unprecedented move of the Justice Department dismissing the charges against Gen. Michael Flynn.

From Yahoo News:

“The news over the last 24 hours I think has been somewhat downplayed — about the Justice Department dropping charges against Michael Flynn,” Obama said in a web talk with members of the Obama Alumni Association.

“And the fact that there is no precedent that anybody can find for someone who has been charged with perjury just getting off scot-free. That’s the kind of stuff where you begin to get worried that basic — not just institutional norms — but our basic understanding of rule of law is at risk. And when you start moving in those directions, it can accelerate pretty quickly as we’ve seen in other places.”

What utter gall.

Georgetown Law School constitutional law expert Jonathan Turley had a few things to say about Obama’s remarks.

 

President Obama is being quoted on Flynn, saying "There is no precedent that anybody can find for someone who has been charged with perjury just getting off scot-free." It is a curious statement. First and foremost, Flynn was not charged with perjury... https://jonathanturley.org/2020/05/05/did-the-mueller-team-violate-brady/ 

With the release of the new material from the case of Michael Flynn, an array of experts came forward to assure the public that it was all standard procedure for investigators to conclude that ther

 
Just one more example of “lawyer” Obama not understanding what he is talking about.
 
 
 
 

Second, we now know Obama discussed charging Flynn under the Logan Act which has never been used successfully to convict anyone and is flagrantly unconstitutional. Third, this reaffirms reports that Obama was personally invested in this effort. Finally, there is precedent.

Indeed. This follows the new documents released that show Obama’s involvement in the action against Flynn and now that it is being called out as improper and without legitimate basis by Attorney General Bill Barr, Obama knows it’s coming back around to him.

As far as specific precedent, Turley takes care of that as well.

Jonathan Turley @JonathanTurley
 
Jonathan Turley @JonathanTurley
 

The Justice Department has dismissed cases in the past including the Stevens case.That was requested by President Obama's own Attorney General Eric Holder for the same reason: misconduct by prosecutors. It was done before the same judge, Judge Sullivan. How is that for precedent?

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Guess “constitutional lawyer” Obama forgot about that.

But Obama talking about the “rule of law” being at risk is laughable. One of the main problems of the Obama administration was the many things that his officials did that they were never prosecuted or held to account for.

Even without the whole Democratic effort to undermine Trump with Russian collusion, which truly was unprecedented perhaps in the entire history of the country, there were a boatload of things that put the “rule of law” at risk.

Spying on AP reporters and James Rosen. John Brennan’s CIA caught spying on Congress and Brennan himself caught lying about it. Eric Holder, who called himself Obama’s “wingman,” held in contempt of Congress. Hillary Clinton’s private server and sending and receiving classified information in her emails. Just a small sample because we could go on at great length about the scandals of the Obama administration which media ultimately pretend never happened exactly because no one was ever held to account.

Now, as it’s all, finally, being unraveled, and the spotlight is on Obama himself, it sounds like he’s getting awfully nervous.

 

https://www.redstate.com/nick-arama/2020/05/09/jonathan-turley-rips-apart-obamas-leaked-statement-ab...