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Eric Trump Threatens Republicans That Vote Against His Father

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Wouldn't it be really funny if it turned out that Donald and his criminal family were in reality incredibly innocent, decent, upstanding, unselfish, misunderstood, kind-hearted souls who only wanted what was best for their fellow citizens and were victims of a cruel, harsh, unforgiving establishment that conspires every day to destroy well-intentioned "outsiders"?

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Eric Trump Threatens Republicans That Vote Against His Father

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Eric Trump, the president's second son, has threatened to unseat Republicans that do not attempt to block the certification of Joe Biden as the 2020 presidential winner later today in the US Congress.

"I will personally work to defeat every single Republican Senator/Congressman who doesn’t stand up against this fraud -- they will be primaried in their next election and they will lose," he tweeted on Tuesday night.

It came after he warned any lawmaker that did not attempt to thwart the vote that "their political career is over" because his father's political movement was "going nowhere".

Around 140 Republicans in the House of Representatives and at least 12 Republican senators say they will vote against Biden's certification. It's seen as a last-ditch effort that has no chance of succeeding because a majority in both chambers is required and Democrats control the House.

Many in Washington believe that Eric's older brother, Donald Jr, has presidential ambitions of his own.

In fact, before President Trump himself began mulling the idea of running for president again in 2024, Republicans had actively been talking about Don Jr taking the reins.

 

https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/live/election-us-2020-55558355

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41 minutes ago, Thebowflexbody said:

Yawn

If you keep owning Pig's mind, we may have to go to court, produce our deeds and get a ruling. 

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3 minutes ago, FanBack said:

If you keep owning Pig's mind, we may have to go to court, produce our deeds and get a ruling. 

Indeed.  He's in England so I imagine his ass is still LOCKED DOWN.

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@Professor Pigworth, oh hey, how's Boris?

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1 hour ago, SackMan518 said:

@Professor Pigworth, oh hey, how's Boris?

Boris Yeltsin?  He snuffed it some years ago.  Couldn't hold his vodka apparently.

Or did you mean Boris Johnson?  I'm not, as it happens, a supporter of his, but I can report that he's alarmed by events in Washington and embarrassed for your Donald. Here's what he just had to say:

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Prime Minister Boris Johnson has condemned “disgraceful scenes” as protesters stormed the US Capitol, adding: “The United States stands for democracy around the world and it is now vital that there should be a peaceful and orderly transfer of power.”

In fact, all party leaders in the UK are appalled by events there:

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Labour leader Sir Keir Starmer condemned the 'protestors' on social media.

He tweeted: "Horrendous scenes from the US.

"These are not ‘protestors’ -- this a direct attack on democracy and legislators carrying out the will of the American people."

Scotland’s First Minister Nicola Sturgeon tweeted that the scenes from the Capitol were “utterly horrifying”. 

She added: “Solidarity with those in (the United States) on the side of democracy and the peaceful and constitutional transfer of power. Shame on those who have incited this attack on democracy.”

Shadow Secretary of State for International Trade Emily Thornberry described the scenes in Washington as “profoundly shocking”.

She tweeted: “Profoundly shocking scenes in the Capitol tonight.

“Listening to Republican Congressman Kinzinger saying ‘if this was Belarus we’d be calling it a coup attempt’. ‘The guard rails will hold’. ‘The President is guilty of cowardice – he should accept that he’s lost’.”

Lisa Nandy, Labour’s shadow foreign secretary, commented: “Terrible scenes from the USA.

“This is the legacy of a politics of hate that pits people against each other and threatens the foundations of democracy.

“We must stand firm with legislators under attack and the American people who have the right to choose their own destiny.”

Layla Moran, foreign affairs spokeswoman for the Liberal Democrats, said the Prime Minister should condemn the Trump supporters.

She said: “The scenes coming out of Washington tonight are an attack on democracy.

“Liberal Democrats call on Boris Johnson to condemn the violent actions of President Trump’s supporters breaking into the Capitol.

“An attack on democracy anywhere is an attack on democracy everywhere.”

Labour MP David Lammy described Donald Trump as “an enemy of democracy”.

He tweeted: “Donald Trump is an enemy of democracy. Every British politician who failed to condemn his actions after the presidential election should issue an apology tonight.”

Meanwhile, the mayor of Greater Manchester Andy Burnham tweeted: “Any UK politician who gave Trump the time of day should be ashamed right now.”

 

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2 minutes ago, Professor Pigworth said:

Boris Yeltsin?  He snuffed it some years ago.  Couldn't hold his vodka apparently.

Or did you mean Boris Johnson?  I'm not, as it happens, a supporter of his, but I can report that he's alarmed by events in Washington and embarrassed for your Donald. Here's what he just had to say:

I care as much about what fake Conservative Boris says as I do of your own opinion. About 0.


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1 minute ago, SackMan518 said:

I care as much about what fake Conservative Boris says as I do of your own opinion. About 0.

And yet you asked about him.  That's why I replied.  

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Just now, Professor Pigworth said:

And yet you asked about him.  That's why I replied.  

I asked with the intention of hearing your opinion about how he's running England and his stellar COVID-19 numbers yet you tried to pivot and threw up a quote about what he says about our situation in the US. He needs to handle his own shit first. Maybe you should help him since you're a self declared genius?


Sack "The Buffalo Range's TRUSTED News Source!"

“When a well-packaged web of lies has been sold gradually to the masses over generations, the truth will seem utterly preposterous and its speaker a raving lunatic.” ~ Dresden James

Parler @NYexile

 

 

 

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Just now, SackMan518 said:

I asked with the intention of hearing your opinion about how he's running England and his stellar COVID-19 numbers yet you tried to pivot and threw up a quote about what he says about our situation in the US. He needs to handle his own shit first. Maybe you should help him since you're a self declared genius?

LOL.  Yep.  

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25 minutes ago, SackMan518 said:

I asked with the intention of hearing your opinion about how he's running England and his stellar COVID-19 numbers yet you tried to pivot and threw up a quote about what he says about our situation in the US. He needs to handle his own shit first. Maybe you should help him since you're a self declared genius?

Oh.  You didn't specify. As I said, I'm not a supporter of his.  I'm not actually a fan of any politician of any party. 

Anyway, since you ask, I don't think he's done a very good job of handling the Chinese virus.  He's generally been too slow and late when it comes to enacting tougher measures.  

So you think that he should not comment on developments in other countries until he first deals successfully with the virus in the UK?  I see.  All right.  I would have thought he could have more than one kind of food on his plate.  Isn't that usually how it works with heads of government? 

You think I'm a self-declared genius?  Why, no, I've never said anything remotely like that about myself.  It's interesting, though, that you would bring that up and speak about me in such flattering terms.  

Thank you for that, Sack.  You're a really good egg. Your mind is full of Trump mush, but you're a good egg.

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3 hours ago, Professor Pigworth said:

Oh.  You didn't specify. As I said, I'm not a supporter of his.  I'm not actually a fan of any politician of any party.

If this statement is true you would be ambivalent about Trump instead of having TDS. Not buying it.


Sack "The Buffalo Range's TRUSTED News Source!"

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3 hours ago, Professor Pigworth said:

Oh.  You didn't specify. As I said, I'm not a supporter of his.  I'm not actually a fan of any politician of any party. 

Anyway, since you ask, I don't think he's done a very good job of handling the Chinese virus.  He's generally been too slow and late when it comes to enacting tougher measures.  

So you think that he should not comment on developments in other countries until he first deals successfully with the virus in the UK?  I see.  All right.  I would have thought he could have more than one kind of food on his plate.  Isn't that usually how it works with heads of government? 

You think I'm a self-declared genius?  Why, no, I've never said anything remotely like that about myself.  It's interesting, though, that you would bring that up and speak about me in such flattering terms.  

Thank you for that, Sack.  You're a really good egg. Your mind is full of Trump mush, but you're a good egg.

An olive branch???????  LOL

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