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  • #1830537

    The little I know
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    Reb E:

    She is not violating a law by tearing the speech. She is using her hands to commit a vulgarity, certainly not a decent thing for a Speaker to do. But then she is a Democrat that has brought use of logic and morality to a dead halt. All that is considered worth doing is obstructing Trump from recreating America. I don’t quite care if she goes to jail or not. But she is a complete disgrace today, and needs to relinquish her position to someone better equipped. Hopefully, Republicans take back the House, and we get to have a Speaker who represents the moral abiding among us.

    #1830595

    Joseph
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    Reb Eliezer: It was an official government document and government property. It was not Pelosi’s personal property. She belongs in prison for destroying government property.

    #1830579

    Reb Eliezer
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    TLIK, I answered Joseph who said, destroying government documents is illegal.

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    Reb Eliezer
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    Joseph, does Pelosi need to return it to someone after the speech?

    #1830639

    Joseph
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    Reb Eliezer, presumably not since as a leader in Congress she is authorized by law to maintain government documents under her guardianship as Speaker.

    #1830660

    Reb Eliezer
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    Joseph, does the Vice President need to give it back? I don’t think it is government property. It is given to them as a copy to follow the speech.

    #1830999

    Health
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    RE -“He really has an inferiority complex with a narcisistic personal disorder.”

    Are you a psychologist & examined Trump?!? Or are you just another Liberal Hack that resorts to Rank outs because you/they have No logical Rebuttal?!?

    #1831005

    🍫Syag Lchochma
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    it’s so good to have you back Health! How have you been doing? It seemed like there were some rough times last time around.

    #1831044

    Reb Eliezer
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    health, The analysis is obvious. As I mentioned a few times, Trump had a way out by not admitting anything saying, I am sorry that I was not clearer with my intentions and I was misunderstood but he cannot show any contrition. He fires every good advisor because he knows better than anyone else. The Rambam says that if all 23 judges say he is guilty, he goes out innocent because they can all make the same mistake. All this indicates that he is not sure about himself and afraid to admit anything. The advisers might look smarter than him, so he does not want to hear them. All must be ‘yes’ man. Whenever he makes a decision it has to benefit him.

    #1831280

    Reb Eliezer
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    Nothing is off limits. Trump subverts justice to protect his friends.

    #1832026

    klugeryid
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    As long as he has the power to pardon, he is not subverting justice by helping someone get off, provided what he does is not outright illegal

    #1832514

    Health
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    RE -“He fires every good advisor because he knows better than anyone else.”
    Where did you get that from? Your Lib friends? Your clueless when it comes to Trump. He’s a CEO, Not a politician. CEO’S get rid of incompetent people. That’s why he still has Jay Sekulow!

    #1832693

    Reb Eliezer
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    He forced out Gen. Mattis, Kelly. If someone is really healthy. they don’t have to call themselves Health as the Very Stable Genious.

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