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    Oct 1971

    Default Prosecute Trump

    To date we have 244,449 dead from Trumps criminal negligence and 666 orphaned babies locked in cages - America demands justice!!

    The worst is yet to come, Trump has two months to do as much damage as possible before he's removed from office.
    This man is an unhinged, delusional psychopath and has nothing to lose - With guidance from his hero vladimir putin, we can expect an all out assault on our Democracy and moral fiber.
    Prosecute Trump - sign the petition.

    For four long years, Donald Trump has put us through hell.
    But on January 20th, the tables will be turned, with Trump no longer able to use the power of the presidency to shield himself from a range of federal and state charges.
    Some are calling for pardons, or for prosecutors to not move forward, so the nation can “move on.”
    F*** that. Prosecute the bastard. To the fullest extent of the law. And put him in jail for as long as possible.
    Take action, and demand that Trump be prosecuted.

    POLITICS SEPT. 14, 2020
    The People v. Donald J. Trump The criminal case against him is already in the works — and it could go to trial sooner than you think.
    By Jeff Wise
    Here in the United States, we have never yet witnessed such an event. No commander-in-chief has been charged with a criminal offense, let alone faced prison time. But if Donald Trump loses the election in November, he will forfeit not only a sitting president’s presumptive immunity from prosecution but also the levers of power he has aggressively co-opted for his own protection. Considering the number of crimes he has committed, the time span over which he has committed them, and the range of jurisdictions in which his crimes have taken place, his potential legal exposure is breathtaking. More than a dozen investigations are already under way against him and his associates. Even if only one or two of them result in criminal charges, the proceedings that follow will make the O. J. Simpson trial look like an afternoon in traffic court.

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  2. #2
    Join Date
    Oct 1971

    Default Re: Prosecute Trump

    The next 60 days will be the most dangerous times in this country's history - we have an unhinged psychopath hell bent on revenge against America, the worst part is, it's our president.

    As expected this psychopath is withdrawing half of US troops in Afghanistan to undermine Biden and empower the Taliban.
    He has every intention of doing as much harm as possible to this country before leaving office - He's intentionally going to watch thousands die by refusing to cooperate with the transition of the Corvid task force.
    This man is a threat to world peace, national security and the safety of our troops - on top of being a homicidal maniac who doesn't give one dam about anything but himself.
    Hopefully when this madman is disempowered the authorities will be waiting with handcuffs to bring him to justice - PROSECUTE TRUMP THE MADMAN!!!!!

    Trump reportedly plans to withdraw nearly half of US troops in Afghanistan
    The Republican Senate leader, Mitch McConnell, said a hasty withdrawal would “hurt our allies and delight the people who wish us harm”.
    “The consequences of a premature American exit would likely be even worse than President Obama’s withdrawal from Iraq back in 2011, which fueled the rise of Isis and a new round of global terrorism,” McConnell said.

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