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Thursday, January 14, 2021

10 Examples of Death Threats Against The President And 10 RINOS

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Evil Hypocrisy at it’s best!!
Madonna (Democrat): "Let's blow up the White House!"

Peter Fonda (Democrat): "Lock 10 year old Barron Trump in a cage with child molesters."

Johnny Depp (Democrat): "We need another John Wilkes Booth!"

Tom Arnold (Democrat): "I fantasize about standing over Donald Trump Jr.'s dead body!"

Kathy Griffith (Democrat): Holds up a bloody, decapitated head of Donald Trump

Snoop Dog: (Democrat): Shoots a likeness of Trump in a music video, has Donald Trump in a body bag on his album cover

Joe Biden (Democratic presidential hopeful): "I'd like to take Trump behind a barn to beat him."

Corey Booker (Democratic presidential hopeful): "I dream of punching Trump in the face."

Maxine Waters (Sitting Democratic congresswoman) "Harass Trump's staff and supporters in public and refuse to serve them."

But according to the left wing media/DNC talking points, it's Trump with the hateful rhetoric—all in the name of TOLERANCE...

.... But they're all about peace and coming together, right??

10 House Republicans who turned their back on President Trump, voted to impeach

1. Rep. Dan Newhouse of Washington

On Wednesday, Jan. 13, 2021, Rep. Dan Newhouse, R-Wash., came out in favor of impeaching President Trump. (House Television via AP, File)

2. Rep. John Katko of New York

State level Republican parties are blasting GOP members such as Rep. John Katko, R-N.Y., for voting in favor of impeaching President Trump on Wednesday, Jan. 3, 2021. (Chip Somodevilla / AP Photo)

3. Rep. Jaime Herrera Beutler of Washington

On Tuesday, Jan. 12 Herrera Beutler came out in favor of impeaching President Trump over unrest at the Capitol. (House Television via AP)

4. Rep. Adam Kinzinger of Illinois

In this image from video, Rep. Adam Kinzinger, R-Ill., speaks as the House debates the objection to confirm the Electoral College vote from Pennsylvania, at the U.S. Capitol early Thursday, Jan. 7, 2021. (House Television via AP)

5. Rep. Fred Upton of Michigan

Rep. Fred Upton, R-Mich., voted to impeach the President after accusing him of encouraging supporters to storm the U.S. Capitol. (Evan Vucci/ AP Photo)

6. Rep. Liz Cheney of Wyoming

A petition among conservative lawmakers, which is calling for Rep. Liz Cheney, R-Wy., to resign from her position as conference chair of the Republican Party, is reportedly circulating after she announced her support for impeachment efforts. (AP Photo/J. Scott Applewhite, File)

7. Rep. Peter Meijer of Michigan

Rep. Peter Meijer, R-Mich., announced he would vote to impeach President Trump for allegedly “inciting an insurrection” at the U.S. Capitol. (AP Photo/Carlos Osorio)

8. Rep. Anthony Gonzalez of Ohio

Rep. Anthony Gonzalez, R-Ohio, broke with his party Wednesday, voting to impeach President  Trump over last week’s riot at the U.S. Capitol Building. (Greg Nash / Pool via AP]











9. Rep. Tom Rice of South Carolina

Rep. Tom Rice, R-S.C., was one of only 10 House Republican on Wednesday, Jan. 13, 2021 to join with Democrats in voting to impeach President Trump, a stunning reversal from his position just days earlier. (House Television via AP)

10. Rep. David Valadao of California

Rep. David Valadao, R-Calif., was the lone Republican from California who voted with the majority and aligned with Democrats to vote for the impeachment President Trump. (Rich Pedroncelli / AP Photo)



  1. All patriots to the Constitution. They chose democratic law over a dictator/mob boss. "We are a nation of law not men."

    1. WTF does that quote even mean? We are a nation of men and women. The nation idea does not preside over us. We are sovereign individuals.

  2. If I have too. You should have taken a civics class.

    "“A Government of Laws, and Not of Men”:
    John Adams, Attorney, and the Massachusetts Constitution of 1780"

    "If we cannot speak the law as it is, where is our liberty?”
    John Adams, 1770"

    "“Now to what higher object, to what greater Character, can any Mortal aspire, than to be possessed of all this [legal] Knowledge, well digested, and ready at Command, to assist the feeble and Friendless, to discountenance the haughty and lawless, to procure Redress of Wrongs, the Advancement of Right, to assert and maintain Liberty and Virtue, to discourage and abolish
    Tyranny and Vice.” 1"

    To read this one must understand the complexities of prose in the 1700's. Now days Americans speak and write in gutter English. No prose just raw, unadulterated emotion that turns their thoughts into word salad with no meaning.

    You read it and stop asking stupid questions without researching it first. Remember the moto "EXPOSING TRUTH" requires you to do your due diligence, so do it, just like all grade schoolers do.

    1. Oh and by the way, fuck off about the grade schooler comment. As common core requires no research, the school system is so effed up as to need a massive overhaul. But that is the leftist way....control the kids....not in a good way.

  3. The great disparity between what you said and what he said is Red Sea wide

    We are a nation of law not men."

    “A Government of Laws, and Not of Men”:
    John Adams, Attorney, and the Massachusetts Constitution of 1780"

    The Government is not the nation. The Nation is that group of men and women that it comprises.

    And just because a founder quotes something does not mean that I will immediately accept it, respect it, or consider it the truth.

    1. You still don't get it. No one cares if you don't "accept, respect it or consider it the truth, that's your right to choose. Your biting your nose to spite your face.

      In lay terms our country operates on laws passed by the people, such as a president only gets a 4 year term which makes America a democracy. If our country is run by a person (men) then his rule, is the law. He stays in power forever, becoming an autocrat, dictator or tyrant, where there is no rule of law, only his rule of law and not the peoples rights or their enjoyment of liberty. Is this what you want?

      All grade schoolers learn about civics their civics class; you must have been absent those years. Just called the school district with K-12 approximately 1,340 students and asked about all civics classes. Civics she stated begins in the 2nd grade beginning with Health and hygiene along with understanding of our government and what it means beginning in the 3rd grade. These civic class's lasts to the 5th grade and you get the "Weekly Reader" which explores government and politics on a weekly discussion and homework. Civics is taught at the HS level in Social Studies to varying degrees. This is a state wide program. So there you go. I remember being in civics class a lot.

      I could conclude from this, that you were exposed to civics and don't remember it or the school system failed you. Why not just blame others for your lack of understanding as you usually do. Seems to be a typical MO for you.

      There is no disparity with my comment and what John Adams said. Explain, if you can how we are Red Sea wide?

      English sentence structure;
      The entire paragraph beginning with; “Now to what higher object,..." is only one sentence long, meaning all elements of the sentence are of one meaning, you the reader must combine all the words into one complete thought. This is chess, not checkers.


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