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Trump is facing a life sentence if convicted (given his age). I don’t think he needs to exhaust himself flying to swing states after long days in court. This entire ordeal they’re putting Trump through enrages me. ...
For this case, maybe not. Usually the prosecution doesn’t want a lawyer on the jury b/c the lawyer will usually hold the prosecution to its burden of proof. I’m sure DJT spent bigly on a jury consultant for this case. ...
Juror Number 2 is our only hope. Hope he has the strength to hold out and hang the jury. The judge will put tremendous pressure on him to fold. Hold the line brother! ...
I’ve noticed DOTD crews picking up trash more frequently since January. ...
We agree that police officers can overstep and over react. Where we disagree though, is that I view these as isolated incidents. I have defended police officers in civil rights lawsuits. The officers I defended never generally went around looking to violate people’s rights. It’s an exceptionally dif...
I’m not sure either of them are in the right, truthfully. If she had complied though, none of this happens. I also think the officer overreacted and should have been let go. That should be the end of this story, but of course the media and democrats hate law enforcement so they’ll run this story to ...
[quote]They don't ask you almost immediately to step out. That's not standard percedure on a routine traffic stop. Sorry.[/quote] Ok, but as a person pulled over by the police, you have to obey the officer’s commands. It’s this arguing and resisting that increases the risk of a bad experience wi...
Nah, Dex posts a thread every few weeks highlighting the latest examples of police brutality as part of the ACAB narrative. Meanwhile, this particular officer is out of a job and the city will likely be paying out a minimal settlement. ...
I know you would have a totally different mindset if you spent a few minutes on patrol with a police officer in any major city. There are a bad apples in every organization. Yet we never see all the other interactions where law enforcement show remarkable restraint when dealing with absolute hum...
[quote]Bootlickers doing bootlicker things.[/quote] You have no clue about the absolute scum that law enforcement encounter on a daily basis. I don’t know how they do—especially now with people like you and Dex actively trying to destroy their careers. This officer in the video got rough with...
[quote]Dex Morgan[/quote] You really, really, really hate law enforcement....

re: Debt increases by president

Posted by Riverside on 4/20/24 at 8:30 pm
[quote]Pope John Paul II hastened the collapse of the Soviet Union, which was already starting to implode.[/quote] Is that why the Soviet Union was waging a war of expansion when Reagan took office? Declining nations usually do that, right? ...

re: Debt increases by president

Posted by Riverside on 4/20/24 at 8:27 pm
[quote]The main culprit was the war on drugs and militarizing the police. I genuinely don’t understand how this board sucks this man’s dick so relentlessly when he was in no way conservative.[/quote] No, check the link I posted. The main culprit was Barrack Hussein Obama and his Cash for Clunkers...
The Democrat party is not an American political party—it is an international political movement comprised of a mixture of communists, socialists, atheists, and sexual deviants. ...

re: Debt increases by president

Posted by Riverside on 4/20/24 at 8:04 pm
[quote]Does that mean we don't have to pay it back to T-bill holders?[/quote] No, that’s not how it works. Debt is debt. Let’s just make sure the record is correct as to the reason for the increase in spending under Trump. ...

re: Debt increases by president

Posted by Riverside on 4/20/24 at 7:49 pm
I did the research for you: Debt when Obama left office: $20,244,900,016,053.50 Debt in 2019 under Trump: $22,719,401,753,433.70 Debt post-COVID undef Trump: $26,945,391,194,615.10 [link=(https://www.self.inc/info/us-debt-by-president/#events)]Debt by President[/link] Clearly, the ...

re: Debt increases by president

Posted by Riverside on 4/20/24 at 7:34 pm
[quote]It's not a theory. It's simple math. Both of Trump's first two budgets (before Covid) resulted in bigger deficits (and included more spending) than both of Obama's last two.[/quote] Congress hasn’t passed a president’s budget in at least 20 years. But thanks for producing facts to support ...

re: Debt increases by president

Posted by Riverside on 4/20/24 at 7:13 pm
[quote]The frick he did. Are you being dishonest or are you just woefully ignorant?[/quote] Could you provide the rate of increase from 2017-2019 to support your theory?...
How is the polling in NC looking? Trump won the state in 2020. Hard to see him losing in 24, although I thought the same thing about Georgia in 20....