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Denial is a powerful human trait to cope with egregiously evil occurrences. Two people who were in agreement - regardless of whether they're left or right - will not be able to accept what has occurred.

Conservatives tend to suffer from this denial for a unique reason: They don't think in these evil ways, and they don't know anyone that does. Therefore, it's very hard to accept the depths that some people have gone to for their ends.

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Just think.

I believe that someday everything will be revealed, from Woodrow Wilson to Biden, and for every congress in-between.

The depths of their depravity offend us now but you must know they let us see only the very surface - that which bubbles up to the top.

The rest will build common ground where there was none, and put up barriers where there was common ground. The first inclination is that these revelations would prompt profound unity.

That isn't human nature. Not at all.

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@julie_kelly2: "Holy Moly--tuning in to Whitmer trial. FBI agent handling one of the informants admitted a female FBI informant slept in the same hotel room and same bed as Barry Croft, the informant's target.

This was related to a training exercise in Wisconsin hosted by another FBI informant."

nitter.poast.org/julie_kelly2/

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@Debradelai

Everyone must take the time to list to this conversation.

I know from personal experience that what Marc is saying is true.

It’s extremely important.

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@YoungBlood

It is. But Marc (and others) are doing good work to straighten the ship.

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@darulharb. That jackass should realize that we are the ones who cloaked out law enforcement in love while the Democrat's favorite slaves, BLM, marched saying, "Kill the pigs! Fry them like Bacon!". The only law enforcement we despise is the type like those in the FBI and DOJ that is pulling this bullshit out their arses.

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@Dawnz
No one treats a former CIC with this amount of disrespect irregardless of some National Archives needs they never bothered to pursue when it came to Zero. Besides, whenever approached/subpoenaed he cooperated fully, as was done in June. Whatever is at this craggy bottom, it has to be all about disastrous polls on upcoming fall elections & stunting PDJT'S impact to create such a clumsy clown act over archive documents. Wray & Garland have created more 🐂💩 than it was worth.

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4) The flurry of cooperation in June came months after Trump had already returned about 15 boxes of documents, many of them classified, at the request of the National Archives. Government officials have said the documents were mistakenly boxed up by the General Services Administration along with Trump's personal possessions from the White House and shipped to Mar-a -Lago.
justthenews.com/politics-polic

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3) Rep. Claudia Tenney, R-N.Y., told Just the News that Trump mentioned to her Tuesday night the prior cooperation, and that she viewed the raid as an effort at nullifying his future run for the presidency in 2024 if he chooses.“Look, this is exactly what people, the public is seeing: a two-tiered justice system. This is impeachment 4,” she said, citing Trump‘s prior two impeachments and the January 6 hearings that preceded the raid.

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2) ”I mean, the idea that he was subject to a subpoena, complied with a subpoena, didn't challenge it, voluntarily showed the storage room to the agents, followed their advice, secured it to meet their demands. All of that is hardly a basis for saying now we need to send in 40 FBI agents on a on a raid,” he added. “I mean, if the subpoena worked the first time, then presumably a second subpoena would work the second time if there were remaining documents.”

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1) Questions grow about Trump raid after revelation of grand jury subpoena, extensive cooperation
Trump got spring grand jury subpoena, gathered documents, turned them over and allowed agents to search storage locker the FBI later raided.“The more we learn, the more confusing this gets,” George Washington University Law professor Jonathan Turley told Fox News program Hannity. “….Did they relay this history to the magistrate? That, according to these sources, that the president had cooperated.

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@darulharb

"Quick ... put that big pot of water on boil and dump the entire carton of spaghetti into it!"

Splaaaattt ...

"Agggghhh! Stop throwing spaghetti on the ceiling!"

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@YoungBlood

In other words, this allegation doesn't pass the "laugh test."

And I expect that the people laughing most of all are those who have clearances to know the protocols of how these kind of documents are handled and maintained.

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President Trump watched the whole raid from NY via CCTV!

Trump lawyer Christina Bobb said in interviews Thursday night that President Trump and his family in New York watched the FBI raid on Mar-a-Lago Monday via closed circuit TV security cameras. Bobb said the FBI had ordered staff at Mar-a-Lago to turn the cameras off but that Trump lawyers had the cameras turned back on.

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Richard Miniter's take on the current state of affairs in the USA sounds deadly accurate to me:

"The White House has declared war on its own citizens, and, shockingly, America has never been closer to a police state."

dailymail.co.uk/news/article-1

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The General Services Administration somehow managed to box up nuclear secrets when they were moving him out of the Oval Office? 😂

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