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2022-06-27 10:44:01 PM  
Weak argument. It's not played out like that so far.
 
2022-06-28 2:23:26 AM  
Though there have only been a handful of public hearings so far, the impact has been overwhelming. But if the past few weeks of revelations about the scope of former President Donald Trump's attempt to stay in power are any indication, we might need to add another one to the list: the decision from House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy, R-Calif., to boycott the House Jan. 6 committee.

Though there have only been a handful of public hearings so far, the impact has been overwhelming. In highly choreographed and well-scripted affairs, the committee has laid out in compelling detail an uninterrupted narrative of Trump's potentially criminal behavior - and of those around him. And Americans are taking notice. Six out of 10 report paying attention to the hearings and, according to at least one poll, close to 60% think the former president should be charged with a crime.


Who edits this shiat?
 
2022-06-28 2:24:36 AM  
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2022-06-28 2:24:40 AM  

foo monkey: Though there have only been a handful of public hearings so far, the impact has been overwhelming. But if the past few weeks of revelations about the scope of former President Donald Trump's attempt to stay in power are any indication, we might need to add another one to the list: the decision from House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy, R-Calif., to boycott the House Jan. 6 committee.

Though there have only been a handful of public hearings so far, the impact has been overwhelming. In highly choreographed and well-scripted affairs, the committee has laid out in compelling detail an uninterrupted narrative of Trump's potentially criminal behavior - and of those around him. And Americans are taking notice. Six out of 10 report paying attention to the hearings and, according to at least one poll, close to 60% think the former president should be charged with a crime.

Who edits this shiat?


The cheapest editor money can buy.
 
2022-06-28 2:35:29 AM  
The same information would have likely come out even if McCarthy had allowed MAGA Republicans to appear on the committee, but their presence might have helped to soften the blow or lessen the pressure on the Department of Justice to act.

Whoever wrote this is assuming social media doesn't exist, where you could debunk the hearings in real time.

Why again has the Pro-Trump Maga Republicans not pushed back against what has came out so far in the Jan 6th committee hearings? Oh, it's cause Kevin McCarthy didn't put any Pro-Trump Republicans on it? Yeah that's makes sense!
 
2022-06-28 2:36:54 AM  

foo monkey: Though there have only been a handful of public hearings so far, the impact has been overwhelming. But if the past few weeks of revelations about the scope of former President Donald Trump's attempt to stay in power are any indication, we might need to add another one to the list: the decision from House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy, R-Calif., to boycott the House Jan. 6 committee.

Though there have only been a handful of public hearings so far, the impact has been overwhelming. In highly choreographed and well-scripted affairs, the committee has laid out in compelling detail an uninterrupted narrative of Trump's potentially criminal behavior - and of those around him. And Americans are taking notice. Six out of 10 report paying attention to the hearings and, according to at least one poll, close to 60% think the former president should be charged with a crime.

Who edits this shiat?


The job has been declared redundant.
 
2022-06-28 2:42:40 AM  

nicholas m schumacher: Why again has the Pro-Trump Maga Republicans not pushed back against what has came out so far in the Jan 6th committee hearings? Oh, it's cause Kevin McCarthy didn't put any Pro-Trump Republicans on it? Yeah that's makes sense!


I think the poorly edited argument is that MAGA could have had full knowledge of what was coming, and planned for it better.

And, his publication is running out of money and needs column inches so they can sell ads and perhaps buy a better robot to edit their work.
 
2022-06-28 2:50:01 AM  

Name_Omitted: nicholas m schumacher: Why again has the Pro-Trump Maga Republicans not pushed back against what has came out so far in the Jan 6th committee hearings? Oh, it's cause Kevin McCarthy didn't put any Pro-Trump Republicans on it? Yeah that's makes sense!

I think the poorly edited argument is that MAGA could have had full knowledge of what was coming, and planned for it better.

And, his publication is running out of money and needs column inches so they can sell ads and perhaps buy a better robot to edit their work.


No self-respecting robot would do such shoddy editing.
 
2022-06-28 2:50:24 AM  
Name_Omitted:I think the poorly edited argument is that MAGA could have had full knowledge of what was coming, and planned for it better.

And, his publication is running out of money and needs column inches so they can sell ads and perhaps buy a better robot to edit their work.


That is a completely fair way of looking at it. Thank you for the answer to my question.

Granted, I haven't seen any movement on debunking the Jan 6th's assertions as of yet, perhaps I'm not into punishing myself as I would have originally thought. I did notice folks got mad at Rudy getting a slap on the back and Pelosi standing next to a child today, if that counts.
 
2022-06-28 2:54:19 AM  

wademh: foo monkey: Though there have only been a handful of public hearings so far, the impact has been overwhelming. But if the past few weeks of revelations about the scope of former President Donald Trump's attempt to stay in power are any indication, we might need to add another one to the list: the decision from House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy, R-Calif., to boycott the House Jan. 6 committee.

Though there have only been a handful of public hearings so far, the impact has been overwhelming. In highly choreographed and well-scripted affairs, the committee has laid out in compelling detail an uninterrupted narrative of Trump's potentially criminal behavior - and of those around him. And Americans are taking notice. Six out of 10 report paying attention to the hearings and, according to at least one poll, close to 60% think the former president should be charged with a crime.

Who edits this shiat?

The job has been declared redundant.


Yeah, the job has been declared redundant.
 
2022-06-28 2:59:08 AM  
Wonder who is gonna testify tomorrow?

Maybe it'll be high-level FBI guys.
 
2022-06-28 3:11:41 AM  

mistahtom: Wonder who is gonna testify tomorrow?

Maybe it'll be high-level FBI guys.


According to the Mail, it is going to be Mark Medows chief of Staff.
 
2022-06-28 3:13:57 AM  

nicholas m schumacher: Name_Omitted:I think the poorly edited argument is that MAGA could have had full knowledge of what was coming, and planned for it better.

And, his publication is running out of money and needs column inches so they can sell ads and perhaps buy a better robot to edit their work.

That is a completely fair way of looking at it. Thank you for the answer to my question.

Granted, I haven't seen any movement on debunking the Jan 6th's assertions as of yet, perhaps I'm not into punishing myself as I would have originally thought. I did notice folks got mad at Rudy getting a slap on the back and Pelosi standing next to a child today, if that counts.


Rudi's trying to gin it up into the next thing to an assassination attempt.
 
2022-06-28 3:16:19 AM  

haknudsen: mistahtom: Wonder who is gonna testify tomorrow?

Maybe it'll be high-level FBI guys.

According to the Mail, it is going to be Mark Medows chief of Staff.


Saw that on the right-wing politics tabloid known as Politico.
 
2022-06-28 3:20:13 AM  
The narrative of Trump's direct involvement in the plan to overturn the 2020 election has likely increased the potential that he could face criminal indictments.  Indeed, the powerful narrative of Trump's direct involvement in the plan to overturn the 2020 election has likely increased the potential that he could face criminal indictments.


But has the narrative of Trump's involvement in the plan to overturn the 2020 election likely increased the potential that he could face criminal charges?
 
2022-06-28 3:49:33 AM  

Mike_1962: Rudi's trying to gin it up into the next thing to an assassination attempt.


I mean, we know he's an ambulance chaser, and we know he's a lawyer.

All he needs is a flashing 800 number in garish yellow lettering on the bottom of the screen, and we'd all have flashbacks from late-night cable in the '90s.
 
2022-06-28 4:18:41 AM  

foo monkey: Though there have only been a handful of public hearings so far, the impact has been overwhelming. But if the past few weeks of revelations about the scope of former President Donald Trump's attempt to stay in power are any indication, we might need to add another one to the list: the decision from House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy, R-Calif., to boycott the House Jan. 6 committee.

Though there have only been a handful of public hearings so far, the impact has been overwhelming. In highly choreographed and well-scripted affairs, the committee has laid out in compelling detail an uninterrupted narrative of Trump's potentially criminal behavior - and of those around him. And Americans are taking notice. Six out of 10 report paying attention to the hearings and, according to at least one poll, close to 60% think the former president should be charged with a crime.

Who edits this shiat?


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2022-06-28 5:28:10 AM  
Shiatty editing aside, this is a really big deal.
 
2022-06-28 5:33:02 AM  
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2022-06-28 5:33:45 AM  

Mike_1962: nicholas m schumacher: Name_Omitted:I think the poorly edited argument is that MAGA could have had full knowledge of what was coming, and planned for it better.

And, his publication is running out of money and needs column inches so they can sell ads and perhaps buy a better robot to edit their work.

That is a completely fair way of looking at it. Thank you for the answer to my question.

Granted, I haven't seen any movement on debunking the Jan 6th's assertions as of yet, perhaps I'm not into punishing myself as I would have originally thought. I did notice folks got mad at Rudy getting a slap on the back and Pelosi standing next to a child today, if that counts.

Rudi's trying to gin it up into the next thing to an assassination attempt.


We wish.
 
2022-06-28 5:57:53 AM  

meat0918: foo monkey: Though there have only been a handful of public hearings so far, the impact has been overwhelming. But if the past few weeks of revelations about the scope of former President Donald Trump's attempt to stay in power are any indication, we might need to add another one to the list: the decision from House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy, R-Calif., to boycott the House Jan. 6 committee.

Though there have only been a handful of public hearings so far, the impact has been overwhelming. In highly choreographed and well-scripted affairs, the committee has laid out in compelling detail an uninterrupted narrative of Trump's potentially criminal behavior - and of those around him. And Americans are taking notice. Six out of 10 report paying attention to the hearings and, according to at least one poll, close to 60% think the former president should be charged with a crime.

Who edits this shiat?

The cheapest editor money can buy.


Clippy.
 
2022-06-28 6:15:12 AM  

Palined Parenthood: wademh: foo monkey: Though there have only been a handful of public hearings so far, the impact has been overwhelming. But if the past few weeks of revelations about the scope of former President Donald Trump's attempt to stay in power are any indication, we might need to add another one to the list: the decision from House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy, R-Calif., to boycott the House Jan. 6 committee.

Though there have only been a handful of public hearings so far, the impact has been overwhelming. In highly choreographed and well-scripted affairs, the committee has laid out in compelling detail an uninterrupted narrative of Trump's potentially criminal behavior - and of those around him. And Americans are taking notice. Six out of 10 report paying attention to the hearings and, according to at least one poll, close to 60% think the former president should be charged with a crime.

Who edits this shiat?

The job has been declared redundant.

Yeah, the job has been declared redundant.


Those responsible for sacking those who have been declared redundant, have been sacked.
 
2022-06-28 6:43:16 AM  

Name_Omitted: nicholas m schumacher: Why again has the Pro-Trump Maga Republicans not pushed back against what has came out so far in the Jan 6th committee hearings? Oh, it's cause Kevin McCarthy didn't put any Pro-Trump Republicans on it? Yeah that's makes sense!

I think the poorly edited argument is that MAGA could have had full knowledge of what was coming, and planned for it better.

And, his publication is running out of money and needs column inches so they can sell ads and perhaps buy a better robot to edit their work.


And there would be nothing confidential.  Today's "secret" witness would have leaked and some MAGAt would have already tried to  assassinate them.
 
2022-06-28 6:50:29 AM  

meat0918: foo monkey: Though there have only been a handful of public hearings so far, the impact has been overwhelming. But if the past few weeks of revelations about the scope of former President Donald Trump's attempt to stay in power are any indication, we might need to add another one to the list: the decision from House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy, R-Calif., to boycott the House Jan. 6 committee.

Though there have only been a handful of public hearings so far, the impact has been overwhelming. In highly choreographed and well-scripted affairs, the committee has laid out in compelling detail an uninterrupted narrative of Trump's potentially criminal behavior - and of those around him. And Americans are taking notice. Six out of 10 report paying attention to the hearings and, according to at least one poll, close to 60% think the former president should be charged with a crime.

Who edits this shiat?

The cheapest editor money can buy.


If people actually paid for their news instead of going to read free articles posted on their favorite biased news aggregator website, they could pay editors handsome money.
 
2022-06-28 7:38:40 AM  
I'm sure I read this exact poorly written article two weeks ago.
 
2022-06-28 7:40:45 AM  

foo monkey: Though there have only been a handful of public hearings so far, the impact has been overwhelming. But if the past few weeks of revelations about the scope of former President Donald Trump's attempt to stay in power are any indication, we might need to add another one to the list: the decision from House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy, R-Calif., to boycott the House Jan. 6 committee.

Though there have only been a handful of public hearings so far, the impact has been overwhelming. In highly choreographed and well-scripted affairs, the committee has laid out in compelling detail an uninterrupted narrative of Trump's potentially criminal behavior - and of those around him. And Americans are taking notice. Six out of 10 report paying attention to the hearings and, according to at least one poll, close to 60% think the former president should be charged with a crime.

Who edits this shiat?


So that sounds a lot like everyone who watches the hearings thinks TFG should be charged with a crime.

The solution is obvious:

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2022-06-28 8:37:26 AM  
It will only prove to be a mistake if Trump faces actual consequences for what the hearings are revealing.
 
2022-06-28 9:05:28 AM  
subby misspelled Qevin McQarthy

/He's an idiot
//McQarthy, not subby
///I think
 
2022-06-28 9:07:52 AM  

Wanebo: Weak argument. It's not played out like that so far.


It's been amazing.

The committee has been able to orchestrate a multi-day presentation uninterrupted by GQP morons trying to derails it by
* Badgering witnesses
* Challenging  procedures
* Presenting their own lies
* General BS

Surveys show it IS moving the needle slowly and there is more to come.

Qevin may have made one of the largest unforced errors in modern politics.
 
2022-06-28 9:34:44 AM  

UNC_Samurai: Name_Omitted: nicholas m schumacher: Why again has the Pro-Trump Maga Republicans not pushed back against what has came out so far in the Jan 6th committee hearings? Oh, it's cause Kevin McCarthy didn't put any Pro-Trump Republicans on it? Yeah that's makes sense!

I think the poorly edited argument is that MAGA could have had full knowledge of what was coming, and planned for it better.

And, his publication is running out of money and needs column inches so they can sell ads and perhaps buy a better robot to edit their work.

And there would be nothing confidential.  Today's "secret" witness would have leaked and some MAGAt would have already tried to  assassinate them.


I have to agree with the assassination comment. Republicans have proven a willingness for violence up to killing people if someone makes their base face the reality the republicans are not good people.

I think she may need permanent security to live her natural life span.
 
2022-06-28 9:51:20 AM  
"You played yourself, son"
 
2022-06-28 10:09:16 AM  

foo monkey: Name_Omitted: nicholas m schumacher: Why again has the Pro-Trump Maga Republicans not pushed back against what has came out so far in the Jan 6th committee hearings? Oh, it's cause Kevin McCarthy didn't put any Pro-Trump Republicans on it? Yeah that's makes sense!

I think the poorly edited argument is that MAGA could have had full knowledge of what was coming, and planned for it better.

And, his publication is running out of money and needs column inches so they can sell ads and perhaps buy a better robot to edit their work.

No self-respecting robot would do such shoddy editing.


You think they could afford a robot with a self respect chip?

Whaddaya think, they're made of money?!
 
2022-06-28 10:12:03 AM  
Kevin: Show everybody with a brain you hate Trump, without telling your *base* that you hate Trump.

It would look something like this.

The angry mayonnaise noises are for the idiots.
 
2022-06-28 10:59:39 AM  

nicholas m schumacher: Name_Omitted:I think the poorly edited argument is that MAGA could have had full knowledge of what was coming, and planned for it better.

And, his publication is running out of money and needs column inches so they can sell ads and perhaps buy a better robot to edit their work.

That is a completely fair way of looking at it. Thank you for the answer to my question.

Granted, I haven't seen any movement on debunking the Jan 6th's assertions as of yet, perhaps I'm not into punishing myself as I would have originally thought. I did notice folks got mad at Rudy getting a slap on the back and Pelosi standing next to a child today, if that counts.


Why debunk them when nobody on Team MAGA believes it's real.
 
2022-06-28 11:39:56 AM  
In all fairness, the overwhelming percentage of witnesses for the fraud and attempt to steal the election have been Republicans.
 
2022-06-28 8:32:50 PM  
Subby, you left out the word 'with' from your headline.
 
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