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2022-05-25 7:39:19 AM  
134 votes:

Original: Original Tweet:

ryanjreilly: Judge Royce C. Lamberth noted once again that he got rolled when he sentenced Anna Morgan Lloyd to probation, and then she went on Laura Ingraham and downplayed her actions. "It turned out I have a hard time discerning sincerity," Lamberth says.


That would seem like it would be an important skill for a farking judge.
 
2022-05-25 7:33:04 AM  
106 votes:
"It turned out I have a hard time discerning sincerity," Lamberth says

Translation from whiteglish: She wasn't Black, so what was I supposed to do, throw her in jail!?
 
2022-05-25 7:19:35 AM  
104 votes:
Maybe the judge should treat them like seditionists then?
 
2022-05-25 7:33:05 AM  
60 votes:
This is the facial expression of a baby with their binky.

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2022-05-25 2:59:23 AM  
45 votes:
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2022-05-25 7:19:40 AM  
37 votes:
Lock them all up.
Until they are sentenced
 
2022-05-25 7:50:56 AM  
33 votes:
>> "It turned out I have a hard time discerning sincerity," Lamberth says.

If only there were a name, a title, for a person who has notable abilities in evaluation and disposal of law breakers...
 
2022-05-25 7:56:07 AM  
30 votes:

Bondith: Original: Original Tweet:

ryanjreilly: Judge Royce C. Lamberth noted once again that he got rolled when he sentenced Anna Morgan Lloyd to probation, and then she went on Laura Ingraham and downplayed her actions. "It turned out I have a hard time discerning sincerity," Lamberth says.

That would seem like it would be an important skill for a farking judge.


It turns out that humans really suck at detecting lies.  It's not a skill you can develop, either, aside from the most basic ability to identify inconsistent statements and obvious untruths.  People who claim a special ability to detect lies really have just developed an ability to fool themselves.  This includes police, lawyers, and judges.
 
2022-05-25 6:18:06 AM  
28 votes:
Oh wow 60 days that's harsh.
 
2022-05-25 7:46:35 AM  
28 votes:
Proud rebels who stand up to tyranny, except when under oath and facing jail time.  Then it's time to kiss ass and lie.

Then right back to being a dime store Rambo!
 
2022-05-25 7:54:19 AM  
28 votes:

spongeboob: He's a senior judge in DC and a visiting judge in Texas per Wiki

Is that because he got tired of just hearing cases with Blah people and wanted to give some red necks in Texas light sentences?


He's a mixed bag. He's authored more than few conservative leaning opinions, but he also flat out ruled that the Department of the Interior under Reagan was racist in their treatment of Indians, to the point that Justice managed to get him removed from the case for "being too biased." He also prevented the destruction of evidence of torture at Gitmo while leading the court that ruled on their habeas corpus petitions.
 
2022-05-25 7:53:29 AM  
25 votes:
Is this like when artificial vision systems have trouble recognizing people with dark skin? American judges have trouble recognizing guilty people with light skin.
 
2022-05-25 8:51:48 AM  
25 votes:

Zeb Hesselgresser: Must be some of that White Privilege I've read so much about.

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And here's today's racist shiathead with his shiatty take. Good job!
 
2022-05-25 8:03:48 AM  
22 votes:
The only thing any of those chucklefarks were sincere about was their desire to hang Mike Pence.
 
2022-05-25 7:39:42 AM  
21 votes:
So this dumb hillbilly from Idaho was just being herself in the trial and the judge was thinking she's clearly mentally disabled and shouldn't be in jail

Idaho here probably worships Ingraham and thinks the 60 days is worth meeting Mrs. Trumpenfuhrer
 
2022-05-25 8:11:51 AM  
21 votes:
And now in 61 days she'll get to go on Laura Ingram and be hailed as a hero.

/Need to change the units of time there judge- imagine she's a Black 18 year old caught with a dime bag and sentence accordingly
 
2022-05-25 9:18:36 AM  
18 votes:

johnphantom: 60 days huh? I got that for my second DUI. I didn't kill or injure anyone, and all I tried to overthrow was my stomach full of alcohol.


On behalf of everyone else on the roads: STOP DRIVING DRUNK YOU DUMB-ASS!!!
 
2022-05-25 7:51:17 AM  
15 votes:

Ragin' Asian: This is the facial expression of a baby with their binky.

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It's funny cause that's a Nerf gun painted black
 
2022-05-25 7:43:06 AM  
13 votes:
He's a senior judge in DC and a visiting judge in Texas per Wiki

Is that because he got tired of just hearing cases with Blah people and wanted to give some red necks in Texas light sentences?
 
2022-05-25 7:40:55 AM  
12 votes:

Bondith: Original: Original Tweet:

ryanjreilly: Judge Royce C. Lamberth noted once again that he got rolled when he sentenced Anna Morgan Lloyd to probation, and then she went on Laura Ingraham and downplayed her actions. "It turned out I have a hard time discerning sincerity," Lamberth says.

That would seem like it would be an important skill for a farking judge.


A judge is just a lawyer who's metastasized.
 
2022-05-25 8:00:06 AM  
11 votes:
60 days huh? I got that for my second DUI. I didn't kill or injure anyone, and all I tried to overthrow was my stomach full of alcohol.
 
2022-05-25 7:50:13 AM  
10 votes:
"It turned out I have a hard time discerning sincerity," Lamberth says.

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2022-05-25 8:26:50 AM  
10 votes:

Sgt Otter: AdmirableSnackbar: Oh wow 60 days that's harsh.

Army Basic Training is longer.


Yes, because basic training is actually trying to teach people a lesson or two.
 
2022-05-25 9:22:32 AM  
10 votes:

johnphantom: WilderKWight: johnphantom: 60 days huh? I got that for my second DUI. I didn't kill or injure anyone, and all I tried to overthrow was my stomach full of alcohol.

On behalf of everyone else on the roads: STOP DRIVING DRUNK YOU DUMB-ASS!!!

That was 1990, and I haven't drank in 6 years, dumbass.


So you didn't learn your lesson until six years ago.
 
2022-05-25 8:04:29 AM  
9 votes:
I'm sure that slap on the wrist for trying to overthrow the government will really teach them, and they'll never do it again.
 
2022-05-25 8:27:52 AM  
9 votes:

Glockenspiel Hero: And now in 61 days she'll get to go on Laura Ingram and be hailed as a hero.

/Need to change the units of time there judge- imagine she's a Black 18 year old caught with a dime bag and sentence accordingly


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2022-05-25 8:07:11 AM  
8 votes:

Veloram: Raoul Eaton: Bondith: Original: Original Tweet:

ryanjreilly: Judge Royce C. Lamberth noted once again that he got rolled when he sentenced Anna Morgan Lloyd to probation, and then she went on Laura Ingraham and downplayed her actions. "It turned out I have a hard time discerning sincerity," Lamberth says.

That would seem like it would be an important skill for a farking judge.

It turns out that humans really suck at detecting lies.  It's not a skill you can develop, either, aside from the most basic ability to identify inconsistent statements and obvious untruths.  People who claim a special ability to detect lies really have just developed an ability to fool themselves.  This includes police, lawyers, and judges.

That's not exactly true. But just like any observation test, it's better if the subject remain unaware they are being observed for any particular reason in order to get a more natural reaction. Better for interrogation than for cross-examination where all eyes are on the stand.


Yes, it is exactly true.  Some people get caught in lies because they're bad at it.  But a skilled liar can fool anyone.
 
2022-05-25 8:27:36 AM  
8 votes:
These people should be doing years for what they did and miss the next two elections.
 
2022-05-25 9:10:06 AM  
8 votes:

groppet: These people should be doing years for what they did and miss the next two elections.


Insurrection, sedition and treason. Years? No. Lifetimes.
 
2022-05-25 9:37:27 AM  
8 votes:

Bondith: Original: Original Tweet:

ryanjreilly: Judge Royce C. Lamberth noted once again that he got rolled when he sentenced Anna Morgan Lloyd to probation, and then she went on Laura Ingraham and downplayed her actions. "It turned out I have a hard time discerning sincerity," Lamberth says.

That would seem like it would be an important skill for a farking judge.


With respect, I think you are totally wrong. Judges should not be expected to be able to judge people sincerity

The people who always will do the best job of making themselves seem the most sincere are the pathological liar. Those who know how to manipulate others and get their way, those who routinely deceive others in order to get ahead in life. The very people you want to not believe. Another group who will do a good job is the self-pitying narcissist who will be very and intensely contrie only because they got caught. In the moment they are talking to you they're expressing their incredible woeful terrible sorrow for what they have done, and the moment that they are finished, all that sorrow goes away in their back to their old selves

What we should be teaching judges is some basic farking psychology. How do law schools get away with not teaching any of this. Human beings lie, and you can't see the lies on their faces because the good liar will trick you. The person who isn't clever or charming or conniving, but is scared will often seem like they're lying because they will be inconsistent. This notion in law enforcement that people are smooth and cool and only crack under pressure is insane

This notion that judges have that they can be objective and truly put their feelings aside, is insane. No human being is truly objective, we all want to believe we are but it's a lie we tell ourselves

So I don't think we should teach judges to somehow I understand the sincerity have a person who's been caught and convicted of a crime. I think we should teach them some psychology
 
2022-05-25 10:42:51 AM  
8 votes:

Intrepid00: johnphantom: Oh and BTW, the judge said he wished he didn't have to give me the minimum mandatory 2 months. I drove drunk the day after my father died. So f*ck you Wilder, go to Hell.

Still making excuses for being a terrible person that day?


You all are asshats.

He served his time and deserves a chance to get better.

Fark off woke haters who can't let the past be the past.
 
2022-05-25 7:32:33 AM  
5 votes:

vudukungfu: Lock them all up.
Until they are sentenced


Or sentient.  Whichever comes last.
 
2022-05-25 7:58:02 AM  
5 votes:
Reading comprehension lacking in the headline.  Hemphill and Lloyd are two different people which is why they have two different names. One got 60 days while the other received probation.
 
2022-05-25 8:02:44 AM  
5 votes:

mcmnky: Is this like when artificial vision systems have trouble recognizing people with dark skin? American judges have trouble recognizing guilty people with light skin.


Yes and they are both dataset related. If there are not enough examples of something in the dataset, then the AI cannot learn to recognize it.

Now WHY the training datasets are bad is a better question.

Why are there not more POC than white people in the training set for images (for CV)?

Why are there not more white people judged guilty in similar circumstances to POC (for CRT)?
 
2022-05-25 9:05:29 AM  
5 votes:

AdmirableSnackbar: Oh wow 60 days that's harsh.


Hey now she's all white!

F**ker should be swinging from the end of a rope... She tried to overthrow the legitimate government of the United States of America by attacking the theoretical seat of democracy.
 
2022-05-25 9:20:51 AM  
5 votes:

johnphantom: 60 days huh? I got that for my second DUI. I didn't kill or injure anyone, and all I tried to overthrow was my stomach full of alcohol.


You don't sound like you regret your life choice much. Maybe you should go on the Laura Ingraham show.
 
2022-05-25 9:31:48 AM  
5 votes:

johnphantom: Oh and BTW, the judge said he wished he didn't have to give me the minimum mandatory 2 months. I drove drunk the day after my father died. So f*ck you Wilder, go to Hell.


Still making excuses for being a terrible person that day?
 
2022-05-25 10:27:10 AM  
5 votes:
Free every single person sitting in jails on marijuana charges and replace them with Republicans.
 
2022-05-25 10:44:16 AM  
5 votes:
I wonder how lenient the sentencing would have been if a bunch of Democrats had tried to overthrow the Government as a Republican was being elected President? Do you think those insurrectionists would be getting such short, lenient sentences?
 
2022-05-25 8:23:46 AM  
4 votes:
So the Twitter link is gone and no mention of Hemphill being on the Laura Ingrahm show. And it seems her sentence was immediate at the trial.  Very curious 🤨

"At Hemphill's sentencing hearing Tuesday, Senior US District Judge Royce Lambert gets straight to the point and tells Hemphill that she will be serving time behind bars. As tempting as it is to be lenient in a situation like this, I have found it to be such a serious offense because it is such a serious event in our country's history," Lamberth said. "I have to agree with the government's recommendation in this case. I believe there must be a penalty when it's such a serious offense."

Another of the 1/6 idiots did go on Fox so just some confusion?

""I got a suspended sentence on my first conviction, and it turned out to be a gross sentencing error on my part," Lamberth said. "The defendant appeared contrite at the time and the next day made statements on national television that were embarrassing for both me and her and I found it difficult to see the sincerity."
 
2022-05-25 9:22:43 AM  
4 votes:
Oh and BTW, the judge said he wished he didn't have to give me the minimum mandatory 2 months. I drove drunk the day after my father died. So f*ck you Wilder, go to Hell.
 
2022-05-25 10:20:52 AM  
4 votes:

Dafatone: Paul Baumer: Tyrone Slothrop: I'm sure that slap on the wrist for trying to overthrow the government will really teach them, and they'll never do it again.

Ever done 60 days, bud? Do you think you still have a job afterwards? Do you have a couple mortgage payments, utility bills and credit card patments in your savings?

Right? Like, attempting to overthrow the government deserves a harsher sentence, but a couple months in prison is still absolutely life-altering for everyone who isn't in the sort of celebrity/athlete/super-rich class where nothing really matters.


LOL it absolutely is not "life-altering".
She took time to go committing insurrection.
She took time to go on Republican propaganda.
She has plenty of financial backing.
 
2022-05-25 8:11:10 AM  
3 votes:

mcmnky: Is this like when artificial vision systems have trouble recognizing people with dark skin? American judges have trouble recognizing guilty people with light skin.


She was found guilty.

And, now has to serve the probation.
 
2022-05-25 8:13:07 AM  
3 votes:
60 days is a good start.  For every damn one of the insurrectionists.  What, they thought it was a party?  Is getting caught up in the moment a valid excuse now?  Farkwits...
 
2022-05-25 8:24:48 AM  
3 votes:

AdmirableSnackbar: Oh wow 60 days that's harsh.


Army Basic Training is longer.
 
2022-05-25 8:39:53 AM  
3 votes:
Must be some of that White Privilege I've read so much about.

     
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2022-05-25 9:20:06 AM  
3 votes:

WilderKWight: johnphantom: 60 days huh? I got that for my second DUI. I didn't kill or injure anyone, and all I tried to overthrow was my stomach full of alcohol.

On behalf of everyone else on the roads: STOP DRIVING DRUNK YOU DUMB-ASS!!!


That was 1990, and I haven't drank in 6 years, dumbass.
 
2022-05-25 9:37:05 AM  
3 votes:

Tyrone Slothrop: I'm sure that slap on the wrist for trying to overthrow the government will really teach them, and they'll never do it again.


Ever done 60 days, bud? Do you think you still have a job afterwards? Do you have a couple mortgage payments, utility bills and credit card patments in your savings?
 
2022-05-25 10:19:04 AM  
3 votes:

Paul Baumer: Tyrone Slothrop: I'm sure that slap on the wrist for trying to overthrow the government will really teach them, and they'll never do it again.

Ever done 60 days, bud? Do you think you still have a job afterwards? Do you have a couple mortgage payments, utility bills and credit card patments in your savings?


I've never gone on a trip to commit insurrection either.
If I had a job, I wouldn't be able to.
You think this person has a job like a normal person, making responsible payments and decisions in their life?
It's a slap on the wrist.
They will also have tons of financial support (just got paid to be on Republican propaganda, remember?)
 
2022-05-25 11:47:40 AM  
3 votes:

zgrizz: "one misdemeanor count of parading, demonstrating or picketing in the Capitol Building"

Please stop lying and making things up. There was no insurrection. Trespassing and vandalism. That is ALL.


Fine attempt at gaslighting there. It was an insurrection, they went in there in an attempt to stop Congress from counting votes. They violently attacked Capitol police. Asshat.
 
2022-05-25 12:24:21 PM  
3 votes:

zgrizz: There was no insurrection.


in·sur·rec·tion
/ˌinsəˈrekSH(ə)n/
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noun
a violent uprising against an authority or government.

It was an insurrection, by definition.  A pathetic, misguided, unsuccessful one, but an insurrection nonetheless.
 
2022-05-25 12:34:20 PM  
3 votes:

Dafatone: theknuckler_33: Dafatone: Paul Baumer: Tyrone Slothrop: I'm sure that slap on the wrist for trying to overthrow the government will really teach them, and they'll never do it again.

Ever done 60 days, bud? Do you think you still have a job afterwards? Do you have a couple mortgage payments, utility bills and credit card patments in your savings?

Right? Like, attempting to overthrow the government deserves a harsher sentence, but a couple months in prison is still absolutely life-altering for everyone who isn't in the sort of celebrity/athlete/super-rich class where nothing really matters.

You don't go to 'prison' for a 60-day sentence. She'll do it at the county jail and, assuming she does have a job, will likely do it on 30 weekends.

Is that the case for federal inmates, or only state? I know federal pretrial detainees are sometimes held at county jails, but I haven't heard of federal inmates doing so.


That's a good point. I forgot this was federal. The answer is I don't know. In fact, just pretend I wasn't here.

*backs out of thread slowly*
 
2022-05-25 8:16:09 AM  
2 votes:

AdmirableSnackbar: Oh wow 60 days that's harsh.


Well, we can't over inconvenience these assholes, right? >.>
 
2022-05-25 9:34:05 AM  
2 votes:

Intrepid00: johnphantom: Oh and BTW, the judge said he wished he didn't have to give me the minimum mandatory 2 months. I drove drunk the day after my father died. So f*ck you Wilder, go to Hell.

Still making excuses for being a terrible person that day?


See above.
 
2022-05-25 9:51:50 AM  
2 votes:

Bslim: "It turned out I have a hard time discerning sincerity," Lamberth says

Translation from whiteglish: She wasn't Black, so what was I supposed to do, throw her in jail!?


My first thought was literally "sounds about white."
 
2022-05-25 10:36:51 AM  
2 votes:

Begoggle: Dafatone: Paul Baumer: Tyrone Slothrop: I'm sure that slap on the wrist for trying to overthrow the government will really teach them, and they'll never do it again.

Ever done 60 days, bud? Do you think you still have a job afterwards? Do you have a couple mortgage payments, utility bills and credit card patments in your savings?

Right? Like, attempting to overthrow the government deserves a harsher sentence, but a couple months in prison is still absolutely life-altering for everyone who isn't in the sort of celebrity/athlete/super-rich class where nothing really matters.

LOL it absolutely is not "life-altering".
She took time to go committing insurrection.
She took time to go on Republican propaganda.
She has plenty of financial backing.


First, this whole thread is kind of a mess because that's not what happened. There are two different defendants. The first one was given probation and immediately ran to Ingraham and whined about how she did nothing wrong. The second one got 60 days because the judge now says "I got fooled that other time."

Second, 60 days is absolutely life altering for all the reasons Paul Baumer said. Good luck picking back up with your career, bills, etc. Federal convictions pop up on background checks.

Third, attempting to overthrow the government should absolutely come with a harsher penalty. That doesn't mean 60 days is nothing.
 
2022-05-25 11:11:42 AM  
2 votes:
She's an old white biatch. That's one of those mitigating circumstances that only work in your favor when you're white. The old part is just icing on the cake. Old white women work that quavery, pathetic old person voice and the judge is all, "Aw, man, she looks and sounds just like my gramma. I bet she's a gramma. She probably makes cookies for the neighborhood kids. I just can't bring myself to throw gramma in the clink."
 
2022-05-25 1:33:57 PM  
2 votes:

johnphantom: Intrepid00: johnphantom: Oh and BTW, the judge said he wished he didn't have to give me the minimum mandatory 2 months. I drove drunk the day after my father died. So f*ck you Wilder, go to Hell.

Still making excuses for being a terrible person that day?

See above.


Christ.  The Boobies, sans context, did sound a little unrepentant.  But why are we dogpiling on somebody who's apparently had their shiat together for years now?  Doesn't sound like it'll happen again.
 
2022-05-25 1:46:08 PM  
2 votes:
They use to hang people for treason. Maybe we need to bring that back.
 
2022-05-25 7:55:23 AM  
1 vote:
What in the holy hell is she holding?  A grenade launcher?
 
2022-05-25 8:56:46 AM  
1 vote:
I bet he feels that defendants that aren't white, just aren't sincere.
 
2022-05-25 9:14:24 AM  
1 vote:
"It turned out I have a hard time discerning sincerity," Lamberth says.

Oh, self-burn.
 
2022-05-25 9:18:25 AM  
1 vote:

Call the Guy: So this dumb hillbilly from Idaho was just being herself in the trial and the judge was thinking she's clearly mentally disabled and shouldn't be in jail

Idaho here probably worships Ingraham and thinks the 60 days is worth meeting Mrs. Trumpenfuhrer


Mentally disabled people shouldn't be in jail. (One of my friends is schizophrenic and unfortunately jail is her healthcare. It sucks)
 
2022-05-25 9:39:05 AM  
1 vote:

Paul Baumer: Tyrone Slothrop: I'm sure that slap on the wrist for trying to overthrow the government will really teach them, and they'll never do it again.

Ever done 60 days, bud? Do you think you still have a job afterwards? Do you have a couple mortgage payments, utility bills and credit card patments in your savings?


Right? Like, attempting to overthrow the government deserves a harsher sentence, but a couple months in prison is still absolutely life-altering for everyone who isn't in the sort of celebrity/athlete/super-rich class where nothing really matters.
 
2022-05-25 9:48:39 AM  
1 vote:

Dafatone: Paul Baumer: Tyrone Slothrop: I'm sure that slap on the wrist for trying to overthrow the government will really teach them, and they'll never do it again.

Ever done 60 days, bud? Do you think you still have a job afterwards? Do you have a couple mortgage payments, utility bills and credit card patments in your savings?

Right? Like, attempting to overthrow the government deserves a harsher sentence, but a couple months in prison is still absolutely life-altering for everyone who isn't in the sort of celebrity/athlete/super-rich class where nothing really matters.


And yet, the War on Drugs...
 
2022-05-25 9:53:40 AM  
1 vote:

Raoul Eaton: Bondith: Original: Original Tweet:

ryanjreilly: Judge Royce C. Lamberth noted once again that he got rolled when he sentenced Anna Morgan Lloyd to probation, and then she went on Laura Ingraham and downplayed her actions. "It turned out I have a hard time discerning sincerity," Lamberth says.

That would seem like it would be an important skill for a farking judge.

It turns out that humans really suck at detecting lies.  It's not a skill you can develop, either, aside from the most basic ability to identify inconsistent statements and obvious untruths.  People who claim a special ability to detect lies really have just developed an ability to fool themselves.  This includes police, lawyers, and judges.


There are physical cues that indicate if someone is lying. They're not proof, or consistent across people, but they'll clue you in that the person might be lying.
 
2022-05-25 10:03:10 AM  
1 vote:
a. Judge saw her a genuinely contrite.

b. Judge saw her comments afterwards.

c. Judge genuinely contrite.

Where is d.? There is always a d.
 
2022-05-25 12:18:58 PM  
1 vote:

Dafatone: Paul Baumer: Tyrone Slothrop: I'm sure that slap on the wrist for trying to overthrow the government will really teach them, and they'll never do it again.

Ever done 60 days, bud? Do you think you still have a job afterwards? Do you have a couple mortgage payments, utility bills and credit card patments in your savings?

Right? Like, attempting to overthrow the government deserves a harsher sentence, but a couple months in prison is still absolutely life-altering for everyone who isn't in the sort of celebrity/athlete/super-rich class where nothing really matters.


You don't go to 'prison' for a 60-day sentence. She'll do it at the county jail and, assuming she does have a job, will likely do it on 30 weekends.
 
2022-05-25 1:31:26 PM  
1 vote:

zgrizz: Please stop lying and making things up. There was no insurrection. Trespassing and vandalism. That is ALL.


They tried to stop the lawful transfer of power. They beat cops. That's an insurrection.
 
2022-05-25 1:39:27 PM  
1 vote:

orneryredguy: johnphantom: Intrepid00: johnphantom: Oh and BTW, the judge said he wished he didn't have to give me the minimum mandatory 2 months. I drove drunk the day after my father died. So f*ck you Wilder, go to Hell.

Still making excuses for being a terrible person that day?

See above.

Christ.  The Boobies, sans context, did sound a little unrepentant.  But why are we dogpiling on somebody who's apparently had their shiat together for years now?  Doesn't sound like it'll happen again.


Anything that will help people avoid talking about the insurrectionist who is the subject of this thread, it seems.
 
2022-05-25 1:51:21 PM  
1 vote:

Bondith: Original: Original Tweet:

ryanjreilly: Judge Royce C. Lamberth noted once again that he got rolled when he sentenced Anna Morgan Lloyd to probation, and then she went on Laura Ingraham and downplayed her actions. "It turned out I have a hard time discerning sincerity," Lamberth says.

That would seem like it would be an important skill for a farking judge.



Conservatives pretend to be dumb to obfuscate their evil.
 
2022-05-25 1:54:43 PM  
1 vote:

vudukungfu: Lock them all up.
Until they are sentenced


You just summed up the actual problem with the US justice system. You aren't guilty of a crime until you are either found guilty or plead that way. As a result, you are only supposed to be in jail before conviction in the most egregious cases. Bail is one of the most abused legal policies in the country.
 
2022-05-25 1:57:13 PM  
1 vote:

zgrizz: "one misdemeanor count of parading, demonstrating or picketing in the Capitol Building"

Please stop lying and making things up. There was no insurrection. Trespassing and vandalism. That is ALL.


in·sur·rec·tion
/ˌinsəˈrekSH(ə)n/


noun
a violent uprising against an authority or government.
"the insurrection was savagely put down"

A: Was there violence? Yes, there was.
B: Was there an uprising? Yes, there was.
C: Was it carried out against an authority or the government? Yes, it was.

Care to rebut?
 
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