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The coming Trump arrest is a very dangerous
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Posted By: Dreadnought, 3/19/2023 2:34:20 PM

My mom used a pressure cooker that was the terror of the household. It bounced around all over the counter and, unless the heat was applied and the pressure released with incredible care, it was like having a bomb in the kitchen. When I look at what the Democrats are doing in America, I am reminded of that pressure cooker. Their latest scheme is to Trump’s arrest even as they announce that they are doubling down on persecuting the almost entirely peaceful J6 protesters who unwittingly trespassed in the Capitol. The first action builds pressure; the second denies Americans their constitutional safety valve. I fear that this cannot end well.

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Reply 1 - Posted by: nina584 3/19/2023 2:39:40 PM (No. 1428783)
They are making precedent so that the next republican president will perp walk the whole biden family.I don’t think they see this.
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Reply 2 - Posted by: mc squared 3/19/2023 2:43:26 PM (No. 1428786)
#1: if there is ever a Conservative POTUS again. It's not looking good. The Commiecrats are have sharpened their 'Long Knives' for the battle.
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Reply 3 - Posted by: Anaverageguy 3/19/2023 2:56:46 PM (No. 1428792)
I remember removing the weight once when my Mom was making beans.. long story short... 2 lbs of beans will fit thru a 1/8inch hole and reach the ceiling... I hope this stunt backfires on the DA and Trump gets to use this to his advantage..
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Reply 4 - Posted by: Felixed 3/19/2023 3:01:49 PM (No. 1428799)
This New York protest things... who is being assigned to take Ray Epps place and activities???
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Reply 5 - Posted by: earlybird 3/19/2023 3:07:45 PM (No. 1428803)
FTA: "What you may not know is that at roughly the same time, the DOJ warned the D.C. federal court that, despite already charging more than 1,000 people for unwittingly entering the Capitol on J6 (thanks to those unindicted operatives), it still plans to indict more than 1,000 other people on J6 charges."
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Reply 6 - Posted by: 3XALADY 3/19/2023 3:37:39 PM (No. 1428825)
I have used a pressure pan for the last 60 years. Never had anything untoward happen to me or the contents when I was using it. The difference is that I knew what I was doing, knew how to use it and what the outcome would be. Can't say the same for Bragg and Reis.
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Reply 7 - Posted by: jasmine 3/19/2023 3:57:00 PM (No. 1428838)
January 6 was carefully arranged, complete with busloads of agitators, to smear President Trump and his supporters. Not surprisingly, American adults smelled a very large rat when Joe Biden, never a font of brilliance, babbled his way to winning more votes than any presidential candidate in history, while "campaigning" from his basement. We've seen the January 6 power play before. On that day, well meaning Americans attended a protest that descended into chaos thanks to inadequate security and agitators who somehow had funds to pay for lodging, meals, climbing equipment, communications devices, munitions, and chartered bus transportation that the FBI apparently knew nothing about on January 5. The lead time in announcing President Trump's possible arrest suggests that the event planners could be hoping for a large turn out of protestors and want to give them time to get there. The same would be true if there are plans to bring in agitators. Anyway, I hope everyone who is convinced January 6 was a set up, will not be lured into participating in what could be another set-up designed to pump up the next false narrative about the evils of Donald Trump and his supporters. It would be better if they set up their circus, and nobody came.
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Reply 8 - Posted by: janjan 3/19/2023 4:25:09 PM (No. 1428853)
The Democrats are making a big mistake. This is clearly understood by everyone to be another partisan witch hunt on very dubious charges that they know won’t stick. What they want is a choreographed arrest drama. This is going to make Trump more popular than he already is. Like Trump or not we have to support him through this and send a message to the corrupt DOJ. Enough is enough.
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Reply 9 - Posted by: Timber Queen 3/19/2023 4:41:26 PM (No. 1428866)
I'm quite surprised President Trump called for his supporters to protest his possible arrest, especially in light of the J6 prisoners and the new round of announced arrests. I feel he is putting our people at risk. I have only seen one reference that he put a message out on his Truth social that the protest is supposed to be people honking and making noise on Tuesday at 5:00pm eastern time. If that's the case, that is a proper protest. But that needs to be explained every time he says the word "protest", or he is leaving too much to interpretation by supporters and enemies alike. That is dangerous to life and liberty to many innocents. We're too close to the trip wire.
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Reply 10 - Posted by: mifla 3/20/2023 6:11:08 AM (No. 1429212)
They want to harass him all they way up to the 2024 election using the appellate courts. If the Trump supporters get mad and cause either real or imagines violence, so much the better.
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