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Discussion in 'The Mainboard' started by CF3234, Nov 28, 2018.
He was a frequenter of epsteins island. Even going on trips after epstein was convicted in Florida
The Q Anon types on the home board point to this and say he’s a deep state agent that use blackmailing people for gov purposes.
That is deeply unsettling.
Apparently, congrats are in order.
If Trump kicked Epstein out of his club it's because Epstein hit on Ivanka.
You will not find me in a single political thread, but it is absolutely unfathomable that Donald Trump was elected POTUS. Incomprehensible.
Acosta's guaranteed response:
tweets like this are infuriating to me. they’re not gonna do shit about it so why even tweet
Barbara Walters is a monster
Because it's easier than doing something
One of his former bodyguards sold his little black book to an undercover FBI agent
He got a longer sentence than epstein
Seems like something you go to the police over, but I suppose I'm a stickler.
Could you please not with this shit
The crazy days and nights blog (think “QAnon” for Hollywood’s sleazy underbelly) had a post in 2017 about Epstein and claimed that one of his most famous counterparts would insist on being blown blindfolded and would then guess where in the world said blowee was from based on technique - many commenters claim this person was Bill.
Went to a palm reader last week. The reading took about an hour. She told me many, many things. One thing she told me is that I like to watch sports.
She's obviously tapped into the spiritual realm.
I would also like to participate in this game
not that i doubt the evilness of any of these ppl but what kind of fucking weirdo earnestly reads zero hedge
hopefully epstein blows open the story on moon people being pedophiles and then I’ll give credence to qanon
Just follow the bread crumbs, know that patriots are in control, and that “these people” are sick...all of the clues you need to prove this are buried inside gibberish 4chan posts
apparently “moon people” is derogatory so let’s pretend I said mars people instead
While you may be right that Democrats are not going to do anything with Acosta, an informal offer to provide testimony to the HJC generally precedes a formal subpoena. And since Lieu is a majority member of the HJC, that tweet may serve as an informal offer, though I'd expect a letter soon sent to Acosta if the HJC does actually want Acosta to provide testimony.
In the meantime, if Acosta is going to use Twitter for a public appeal, I don't at all mind Lieu clapping back.
all lieu does is clap back
And yet on Thursday this week the HJC is voting to subpoena Kusher, Sessions, Flynn, Kelly, Rosenstein, Lewandowski, and others. I understand the skepticism and cynicism regarding Pelosi, but it's not as though the House Democrats have been shy about issuing subpoenas since January.
I started reading it about a decade ago for cynical market/economy takes. I venture back now and again for the absurdity.
will they enforce the subpoenas too?
Edit I'm way behind
Of course it was bill according to Q everything is about the Clintons.
What kind of kinky shit does Barbara Walters get into
Didn’t she fuck Fidel Castro?
So you’re upset at Lieu for using social media because he’s not out there enforcing stuff he can’t enforce individually?
“They” =/= ted lieu
Seems like you’re holding some of them to standards they can’t control themselves.
sorry for wanting the house to do its job
I’m not saying you shouldn’t want that. We all do. I was meaning it seems off to say Ted Lieu shouldn’t tweet because subpoenas aren’t being enforced.
That was Marita Lorenz
You said all he does is clap back implying he doesn’t do anything.
Different committee, but here's the letter to Acosta requesting testimony before congress.
Trump has been adamant that he won't fire Acosta, which, in my opinion, is because as long as Acosta remains as Labor Secretary, Trump can use the full weight of the executive and especially legislative branch to deny the forthcoming subpoena.
I expect this process to be drawn out and very contentious. Will the Democrats actually seek to jail a current executive member for failure to comply with a subpoena?
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And yet the Democrats just didn't do the nothing that you assumed last night they would.
You do understand that seeking testimony before congress is a substantive measure, right? Again, I understand the doubt and the skepticism, but considering they just did something, I don't think it's quite the time to claim they're doing nothing.
The subpoenas the Democrats on the Oversight Committee have been handing out lately remind me of one of my favorite Mitch Hedberg jokes:
If you're going to subpoena someone but not enforce it in any way, it's practically nothing.