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Rep. Jamie Raskin Warns Republicans Could
Make Donald Trump Speaker Of The House

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Posted By: Imright, 11/13/2022 4:25:34 PM

Rep. Jamie Raskin discusses the "political contamination of the GOP by Donald Trump" and warns that a Republican majority could make the former president the Speaker of the House. "They talk about it repeatedly. And if Trump decided he wanted to do it, it would pose a profound problem for their party," Raskin told CBS's "Face The Nation." MARGARET BRENNAN: Election deniers didn't prevail in the key battleground, but CBS tallied it and at least 155 House Republicans in the new Congress have raised unfounded doubts about the validity or integrity of the 2020 election.

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Reply 1 - Posted by: MDConservative 11/13/2022 4:41:43 PM (No. 1332523)
FPDT as Speaker would be a disaster. He has no idea how it works, its rules and protocols, and would doubtlessly use the podium and gavel serendipitously. What would he do if he and the Parliamentarian would disagree on a procedural matter? No serious House member would stand for that stuff.
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Reply 2 - Posted by: Venturer 11/13/2022 4:45:22 PM (No. 1332526)
That's not going to happen, they are going to make McCarthy Speaker. Yes that's bad ,but it's what's going to happen .
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Reply 3 - Posted by: GoodDeal 11/13/2022 4:49:05 PM (No. 1332530)
Trump has not contaminated the GOP at all. He has energized it and has done nothing but good. Those against him are contaminating the party. Imagine Pelosi handing the Gavel to Trump. In your face you dumb beyatch.
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Reply 4 - Posted by: judy 11/13/2022 4:52:16 PM (No. 1332532)
Sounds Good to me!!!!
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Reply 5 - Posted by: curious1 11/13/2022 5:01:35 PM (No. 1332541)
Unfortunately, w/o the senate (or a 2/3 house) the two commies in the p and vp positions couldn't be impeached and removed from office, which would make it feasible to return President Trump to office. So what would be the point? Of course, you have to wonder if the DS uni-party was so terrified of the possibility that is why they so obviously short-stopped the 'red wave'.
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Reply 6 - Posted by: Rich323 11/13/2022 5:01:40 PM (No. 1332542)
And uno thinks Pelosi followed any rules or protocols? She ruled by brute force same way Trump will do it. Say what you may but President Trump IS not going anywhere - get used to it!
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Reply 7 - Posted by: Dodge Boy 11/13/2022 5:04:42 PM (No. 1332543)
Whew. Wouldn't THAT be something.
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Reply 8 - Posted by: Kate318 11/13/2022 5:08:54 PM (No. 1332546)
It’ll never happen. Not because it shouldn’t or couldn’t, but because The Establishment would never allow it. All populist candidates must be eventually destroyed. There will be no “will of the people” nonsense, only the will and power of the Uniparty…or as one poster put it, “serious House member[s].” The Establishment can KMA.
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Reply 9 - Posted by: earlybird 11/13/2022 5:10:38 PM (No. 1332549)
That would make weird evil Jamie flip his multiple hairpieces...
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Reply 10 - Posted by: earlybird 11/13/2022 5:14:25 PM (No. 1332551)
#1 tries again. This won’t fly, Orville… Not with Pelosi implanted in the job for so long. “Rules? What Rules! The Queen makes the Rules! Off with their heads!"
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Reply 11 - Posted by: billsv 11/13/2022 5:19:00 PM (No. 1332553)
Make him speaker. That would be great if they could impeach Biddn and Harris to make him President
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Reply 12 - Posted by: Bogasso 11/13/2022 5:56:01 PM (No. 1332571)
Considering who it would send into a nuclear conniption, yes please! But the Republicans would never do anything this fun. Or interesting.
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Reply 13 - Posted by: BeatleJeff 11/13/2022 6:01:24 PM (No. 1332573)
I live in Virginia on the opposite side of the Potomac from Raskin's district. To paraphrase Tina Fey, I can smell Raskin from my house! In a party filled with slimeballs, Reason is just about the slimiest of them all.
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Reply 14 - Posted by: Trump'sCousin 11/13/2022 6:57:11 PM (No. 1332597)
That will not happen. President Trump has stated very plainly he is not interested in the position. We fiddle while the republic burns
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Reply 15 - Posted by: Birddog 11/13/2022 7:20:49 PM (No. 1332608)
Un founded? There are serious questions at the "Foundation" of their doubts. Disproven? No one has "Proved" any of the questions to be false, in fact many legislatures and courts have declared the practices initiated in 2020 to be "Unlawful" and never to be repeated. Where Dems have tried to legislatively enshrine them into new Law, they have been primarily voted down. Radical fringe election deniers? Fully 65% of registered republicans polled, 35% of Democrats polled, even greater numbers of independents polled, all claim/suggest/think that the 2020 elections were manipulated/crooked/stolen. 1/3 of the total house membership, More than HALF of the elected repub nor a "Fringe" IF Dems spent as much time investigating , explaining and PROVING what the complaints are about never happened? They might have some credibilty. It's interesting that the last time they all rallied around "Republicans are Lying, NOTHING they claim is True!" Clinton ended up admitting it all actually was...and in response the group "Move on!" was formed to argue, "So what, get over it". Now "Move on" has become the nationwide Radical Dem organizing and mobilization brigade(similar to what the Klan had been for Dems a generation earlier) Many of the election practices repubs are questioning were introduced by "ACORN", back in the Clinton days, were declared illegal then...Acorn has now changed names and recruited more people, received more funding and is entrenched nationwide again actively attempting 'unprecedented' campaign practices that they claim are not "specifically Illegal", because they are not "specifically forbidden' in times of "Emergency"...even though never permitted before, even in Emergencies.
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Reply 16 - Posted by: EJKrausJr 11/13/2022 7:24:17 PM (No. 1332611)
45 as Speaker. Think of the press conferences and investigations that he would underwrite. Deep Stater heads would explode. MSM heads would explode. A dream come true.
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Reply 17 - Posted by: padiva 11/13/2022 7:33:46 PM (No. 1332615)
It would be a brilliant move! PDT would never invite biden to give the SOTU speech in the House chamber. PDT would initiate lots of neat domestic policies.....for the common good. PDT would criticize biden and kammie so much that even kammie will start drooling. PDT can have his own investigations into J6, illegal vote tabulations, Hunter's laptop and anything else that needs attention. (and show the dems to be fools) PDT will be 3rd in line for the POTUS. (2 heartbeats away...) PDT can MAGA brand himself.....until 2024 (either to remain as SOTH or as POTUS)
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Reply 18 - Posted by: chumley 11/13/2022 8:09:21 PM (No. 1332633)
I dont think his ego would allow him to accept a downgrade, but it sure would be great if he did. A bull in a china shop would be vacation compared to what Trump would do. It would be beautiful.
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Reply 19 - Posted by: snapper451 11/13/2022 8:23:12 PM (No. 1332635)
Trying to use this for stealing the House. Reskin is among those who put the “rat” in Democrat. Truly despicable person.
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Reply 20 - Posted by: ronniethek 11/13/2022 8:29:52 PM (No. 1332639)
Grease man a!armed.
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Reply 21 - Posted by: GustoGrabber 11/13/2022 8:41:43 PM (No. 1332643)
Disaster? As opposed to the efficient, trustworthy house of people that it is now? He’s not sophisticated to add Chinese nationals or lobbyists to his staff, how will he manage? Too bad he wouldn’t have experienced advisors, like Gingrich to show hm where the men’s room is.
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Reply 22 - Posted by: bpl40 11/13/2022 8:58:05 PM (No. 1332652)
Get Trump comfortably settled as Speaker. Let DeSantis run for President with his support. Sounds good but improbable.
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Reply 23 - Posted by: Paperpuncher 11/13/2022 9:36:22 PM (No. 1332662)
First of all Trump is an executive not a politician. If they tried to make him speaker I do not believe he would accept the position as it is below his grade. Also, if you do not have at least 60 or 67 (what ever the requirement is, sorry about being lazy here) senators you can not impeach, convict (that’s where the senate comes in) there is no way you can remove anyone from those offices. Now, you may be able to get rid of Brandon under the 25th but you can’t do the 25th on Harris. Sorry folks stupid is not a medical disability under the constitution.
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Reply 24 - Posted by: ChattyCatsSusan 11/13/2022 9:43:38 PM (No. 1332670)
That would be the best Christmas present to this nation evah! Trump as Speaker would tie the Swamp in worse knots than when Trump is in the WH.
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Reply 25 - Posted by: chance_232 11/13/2022 10:07:58 PM (No. 1332682)
LOL......never going to happen. On what planet would the existing leadership in waiting step aside for an outsider??
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Reply 26 - Posted by: mifla 11/14/2022 4:24:24 AM (No. 1332742)
And the Dems could make Stacey Abrams speaker. Not going to happen.
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Reply 27 - Posted by: pensom2 11/14/2022 11:01:17 AM (No. 1332967)
Just Raskin scare tactics. At this point, there's no way a majority of House Republicans would vote for this, and no way the Donald would accept this.
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