Is Trump and all he stands for a pile of fecal matter?


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Mar 7, 2021

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Why Trump is a piece of ■■■■

…to all my friends who voted for him

Bragging about having grabbed women by the pussy

He did not say he would like to “grab women by the pussy.” He said he has in fact done so. Would you stand your kid to say that, much less the guy in the country’s highest office?

“She wanted to get some furniture. I said, ‘I’ll show you where they have some nice furniture.’ I took her out furniture — I moved on her like a ■■■■■. . . . You know, I’m automatically attracted to beautiful — I just start kissing them. It’s like a magnet. Just kiss. I don’t even wait. . . . Grab ’em by the pussy. You can do anything.

Separating more than 2,000 children from parents at the border between April 19 and May 31, as confirmed by the Department of Homeland Security

As of October 2020, more than 500 children had still not been located.

Below is a recording from inside a U.S. Customs and Border Protection facility, in which you can hear children “crying so hard, they can barely breathe. They scream ‘Mami’ and ‘Papá’ over and over again, as if those are the only words they know.”

Calling concern over COVID a “hoax” and refusing to wear a mask for 6+ months while the entire country had to work from home and 250,000 died from the disease

It wasn’t until July 11th that he first publicly worse a mask. By then, 150,000 Americans had died. In October, he threw a fit when the second debate was turned virtual—because he had tested positive a mere 6 days earlier—and refused to participate. By that point, everyday Americans had been working remotely for more than 6 months.

Peddling conspiracy theories of systemic voter fraud by “the left”

He has provided zero proof of fraud. He lost PA by 81,600 votes, GA by 11,700 votes, MI by 233,000 votes, NV by 33,500 votes, AZ by 10,400 votes. In each of these states, he brought lawsuits that were thrown out of court for lack of evidence. In those cases, his attorneys had to admit to the judge that they were NOT bringing claims of fraud — lawyers are ethically prohibited from making baseless claims in court or else they are disbarred.

Holding an outdoor and indoor event for Barrett with nearly 200 people and no apparent mask enforcement. It was a super spreader event.

Mocking a reporter’s disability

Calling asylum seekers from Mexico rapists

“They [Mexican immigrations] are bringing drugs. They are bringing crime. They are rapists and some I assume, are good people.”

Ironic, given he bragged on tape about assaulting women.

Paying $0 in federal taxes in 11 out of the prior 15 years and $750 in 2017. He made $14 million that year, which means he paid a tax rate of 0.005%.

By comparison, Obama paid $1.8 million, Bush paid $250,000, and Clinton paid $62,670 in their first years in office. In 2017, the top one percent of Americans paid 26% in federal income taxes; the average American paid 11% in federal income taxes.

Trump lowered his tax liability by claiming huge business losses and expenses, including $70,000 for hair care from 2004 to 2007, $100,000 for Ivanka Trump’s hair and makeup artist, and private jets.

And to all the people calling him smart for dodging taxes—you think he did his taxes himself? He paid a tax attorney dipshit, who charge hundreds of dollars per hour. He is rich, not smart.

Directing the police to fire teargas and rubber bullets at peaceful protesters, so he could pose for a photo op

Now how exactly are you going to defend having voted for him?

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The US has got into a dire position. If I had been a US voter I would have hated to vote for Trump - so obviously going to be a poor president. But the alternative at the time, Hillary Clinton, was unattractive.

The successor the US has now, Biden, seems to be just holding the position until Harris can take over as soon as his doctors tell him to rest, should be any day now. Harris talks like a committed socialist as well as being another shifty lawyer, a really bad combination for the US.

All in all, seems like the presidential system places way too much power in the hands of a single person.

Hillary Clinton will probably be the next president. You heard it here first.

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And I’m not finished with talking points about what a peice of fecal matter trump is.

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There is no sign of Biden being able to last in the job until 2024. How would Clinton become president? Do you think Harris will withdraw?

Man, that’s a tough deal.

I think that in a presidency you have a commander in chief that is advised by his cabinet of advisors that should be the absolute top of their field in each area.

Biden has already demonstrated that he is willing to step back from the spotlight and let congress take credit for major policy that has come under his administration.

And I beleve Ole’ Joe will be fine until 2024. Personally, I like Kamala Harris and think she’d be a fine first female/latino president, if she governs like Ole’ Joe has.


Guys and gals, let’s remember that the way the founding fathers set up this democracy is that Congress, the house and the senate, make the laws. (the legislative branch)

We are running amok right now with the Judicial branch now REINTERPRETING constitutional rights and taking them away from half the population (just in the case of abortion) and the next is going to be same sex marriage, gay rights in the workforce, … ohh my God… we are dialing back 50 years of progress literally over night. What if the supreme court went so far as to deny the right of women to VOTE!!! or to have interracial marriage!!! Thats the stuff that’s on the table now.

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The USA is in CRISIS. We have mass shootings happening weekly. So many that CNN can’t broadcast them all. Our police officers are killing young black men on the street that don’t resist detainment or questioning as evidenced by the polices own on body cameras.

Where I live we have an app called Neighborhood. People are sharing videos of youth breaking into cars as evidenced by VIDEO PROOF but these young hoodlums don’t seem to get arrested.


There is such amazing social discord right now it’s amazing we Americans get anything done at all.

And this God-f-u-c-k-i-n-g-d-a-m-n piece of human trash Donald Trump ushered in a period in time, before his presidency while running, and during his presidency that served to SEPERATE us as people from each other. To make us find ways to HATE each other. He is a instigator of hate, not love.

Hitler gained power in Germany in part by giving German citizens a scapegoat in the Jews to pin all the evils of the nation on. So that a whole nation could turn a blind eye to the mass slaughter or a whole ethnic group, Jesus’ people by the way. Jesus was a jew.

Trump want’s anyone that does not look like you to be your enemy. He made fun of the journalist with a disease that causes uncontrollable muscle movements. He took that man, a highly regarded journalist and made fun of him. That’s what child does in the 3td grade to show off in front of his friends.

I could go on and on, but I feel the need to both vomit and defecate just thinking about the horrible piece of human filth Donald Trump is.

You wanna counter point this, call me, my phone number is 409-866-5138. My email is Todd@ToddFogal.com.

May the force be with you

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Do you have any statistics to back up what you’re saying? I have heard the opposite point of view on the internet - that more black men are killed by lightning than shot by police in the US. But I’m not in the US.

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Man, do you follow our USA news in whatever country you’re in?

You can purchase a 2022 world almanac from Amazon or any reputable retailer and there are statistics for all kinds of things in there

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you could google what the Governor of Texas, Abbot, was doing when the school shooting at Uvalde Texas happened a couple months ago. The Governor was at a fundraiser for his political compaing raising money while in Uvalde they were deciding how many body bags they needed.

32 children killed, 2 teachers. Governer Abbott know and just when on with his fund raiser

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As for cop killers of black and brown people, it’s so many it hardly makes the news. But I know where to get the information. But I can’t do that off the top of my head. But if you follow CNN in America, they report about 1 per week or so of unarmed black or brown person shot down dead by police every few days.

The actual statistics are horrific. I will try to get some hard facts on that

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Please see Cops killing American citizens of color

I don’t follow much news at all, either here UK or the US. Thing is, you’re saying something is happening and its a matter for serious concern. Which would be correct if what you say is happening is as bad as you say it is. But how do I know its as bad as you say?

Interesting to note you have strayed almost immediately off the subject of your thread. Its possible that US gun crime deserves its own thread.

Are you suggesting I start another topic with associated press analysis on the topic of gun control in the USA? Well, that would be my pleasure. Please give me a minute.

Before I start, as this one is so easy, realize that the boy that killed 32 or 34 students and 2 teachers would not have been able to buy a rifle at the age of 18 had their been gun laws similar to the age of drinking which states you must be 21 to buy these weapons.

Piece of fecal matter Governer Abbot has vehemently denied his support of this simple legislation.

Think about this, an AR style rifle meaning that its whole purpose is to kill people as fast as it can. It can be sold to an 18 year old. It’s kinda like this, we will protect a fetus to the point that it’s deformed and a product of rape and incest to make it come out of the womb, but once it’s out, well, hope nobody walkes into your darcare with an AR-15 Assault Rifle and shoots you in your crib.

Republicans (the GOP) says that laws won’t end gun violence:

Laws Are Useless: Republicans Say No Gun Law Can Stop A Mass Shooter

Republicans say if they make new gun laws, criminals won’t follow them anyway. But that’s true of all laws.


Arthur Delaney
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Arthur Delaney

Jun 2, 2022, 06:09 PM EDT|Updated Jun 3, 2022

00:00The GOP’s Outrageous Gun ‘Solutions’

WASHINGTON ― Requiring gun buyers to be at least 21 won’t stop 18-year-olds from buying guns and impulsively killing people, according to several Republicans on the House Judiciary Committee.

Their argument rests on their belief that people who are intent on doing harm will do so regardless of whether there are laws against it ― a way of thinking that calls into question the entire enterprise of writing laws.

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Democrats called the hearing Thursday to advance a package of gun control legislation in response to recent high-profile mass shootings in Uvalde, Texas and Buffalo, New York in which 18-year-olds killed more than 30 people combined.

A key part of the package would raise the federal minimum age for buying most shotguns and rifles, including the AR-15 assault rifles that were used in both the shootings, to 21.

Current law under the Gun Control Act only requires someone to be 21 to buy a handgun from a licensed dealer, but anyone at least 18 years of age can purchase shotguns, rifles and ammunition. The gunman in Uvalde who killed 19 schoolchildren legally bought assault rifles from a licensed dealer just days after his 18th birthday.

“This bill would not address the tragedies we’ve seen unfold around the country in the last couple weeks,” Jim Jordan (R-Ohio), the committee’s top Republican, said during the Thursday hearing.

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“It would not stop the terrible events we saw, wouldn’t harden schools,” Jordan added, referring to Republican proposals to increase school security, such as by adding armed guards, arming teachers and reducing the number of doors on school buildings.

In the wake of the shootings, many Republicans have described Democratic proposals as futile, arguing Congress is powerless to stop mass shooters except by giving more firepower to their intended targets. The futility argument was out in force at Thursday’s hearing.

“These bills that have been presented… would not have prevented what happened in the last three shootings and many other shootings,” Rep. Ken Buck (R-Col.) said.

“We have a serious problem involving families, involving drugs, involving mental health in this country,” Buck continued. “We have gone the wrong direction in the last 40 or 50 years. We have become a less safe society generally. Blaming the gun for what’s happening in America is small-minded.”

Rep. Matt Gaetz (R-Fla.) said a higher age limit wouldn’t stop “determined” teenagers from becoming mass shooters. “I don’t think that these people wouldn’t wait a year or two” to buy their guns, he said.

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Rep. Thomas Massie (R-Ky.) suggested that any effort to write a law reducing gun crime would be a waste of time, because all gun crimes are committed by criminals.

“Every one of these bills is unserious and unconstitutional and suffers from the problem ― the inherent problem that almost all gun control suffers from,” Massie said. “That is: Criminals do not obey the law. They do not follow the law.”

Never mind that the same argument could be made against any proposed law with criminal penalties.

Rep. Ted Deutch (D-Fla.) pointed out that a higher age requirement would, in fact, have made a difference in Uvalde and in Buffalo.

“For every time someone sits in this meeting and says nothing we’re doing here would have prevented this, well actually, if we had a law it said you have to be 21 to buy, then these two AR-15s would not have been purchased,” Deutch said.

Rep. David Cicilline (D-R.I.) said the higher gun-buying age would also have prevented mass shootings in Santa Fe, Texas; Parkland, Florida; Newtown, Connecticut; and Columbine, Colorado.

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“Those would not have been able to happen if those killers couldn’t get the gun because they weren’t old enough yet,” Cicilline said. “Stop saying nothing in this legislation would have changed anything. That is a lie.”

Even if the shooters in Uvalde and Buffalo had been unable to buy their rifles from licensed dealers, the proposed law would not have blocked them from buying the guns from an unlicensed source, such as from a hobbyist at a gun show or some random person on the internet. Democrats have proposed expanding background checks to cover such unlicensed transactions but not raising the age limit for them.

Though the federal age requirement for buying shotguns and rifles is 18 years of age or older, Florida raised the age limit for gun purchases to 21 after a teen gunman killed 17 people at a high school in Parkland, Florida. But Republicans from Florida, including Sen. Rick Scott, who signed the age restriction into law as Florida’s governor at the time, have not supported a higher age limit nationally.

Not all Republicans agreed about the uselessness of a higher age limit. Rep. Dan Bishop (R-N.C.) said that the proposed age restriction could have made a difference in Uvalde and New York.

“If they couldn’t acquire them legally, and you assume they wouldn’t have gotten them otherwise, it could have stopped that particular incident,” Bishop told HuffPost during a break in the hearing.

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But Bishop and other Republicans had another argument against the higher age requirement: that it could be unconstitutional because the Supreme Court has said the Second Amendment of the Constitution protects an individual’s right to own a gun.

A federal appeals court ruled last month that a California law disallowing gun sales to people under 21 was unconstitutional. Another federal court last year said the federal law banning handgun sales to those under 21 was unconstitutional, though the decision was later vacated as moot because the plaintiffs were no longer 21.

Rep. Joe Neguse (D-Col.) countered that an appeals court decision isn’t “the final word on the constitutionality of a given provision.”

Other new gun control measures Democrats are taking up include a ban on high-capacity magazines, requirements that all guns be traceable and rules for storing guns in houses with children.

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that took all of two seconds. there ya go

This ■■■■ head (can I say than on here?) . This ■■■■ breath penis chewing piece of pond scum says that “It would not stop the terrible events we saw, wouldn’t harden schools,” Jordan added, referring to Republican proposals to increase school security, such as by adding armed guards, arming teachers and reducing the number of doors on school buildings.

in other words he’s saying, laws dont matter.

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For Christ’s sake, just listen to what the people that make the rules are telling you. It’s ■■■■■■■ instaniity right now