This day in Politics


#6963

Fascinating. Lol


#6964

“Guilt beyond reasonable doubt” will prove impossible since it is known that Democrats have masqueraded as Russians to influence an election…


#6965

You understand that this argument is akin to saying that because some people have been framed for murder, no one can ever be prosecuted for murder again?


#6966

Awsome


#6967

what the heck???


#6968

Right?
To think if it wasn’t for Trump and co this would be front page news everywhere


#6969

Well this is my new favorite story.


#6970

to be honest, Nick Saban should have pulled a fire alarm last night.


#6971

To some maybe.
But not really.

It’s a logical conclusion given our system of justice and the facts that the real culprits have been found guilty of false flag operations.


#6975

A Democrat is sure to pull a fire alarm in a couple of months, so this retroactively means that a Democrat pulled the fire alarm last night.


#6976

Seems like stellar logic to me. Lol


#6977

in Florida news, positive news for a change


#6979

Denied!


#6980

denied it looks like


#6981

you beat me to it because of the damn refresh lol


#6982

also means that this company will have to pay the fines and that makes this investigation even more profitable


#6983

drip, drip, drip…


#6984

Uh huh, sure. You know what, Jerome? It’s high-time that Mueller arrest you and throw your fat arse in jail.


#6986

words cannot express the size of my smile right now

https://www.rawstory.com/2019/01/dc-water-board-debates-whether-can-cut-off-white-house-service-trump-admin-misses-payment/

WAMU, American University’s NPR station, reported Tuesday that DC Water officials noted during their first meeting of 2019 that they received an email from the Treasury Department announcing it won’t be paying for $5 million of the federal government’s $16.5 million water bill.

WAMU noted that DC law allows the water authority to “shut off water to a customer for nonpayment after 30 days” and place a lien on the property until a full payment is completed after 60 days.


#6987

Haha, that is ■■■■■■■ hilarious.