Trump now has the ability to subpoena government records related to the election and to the J6 protest. Now that this is the case, the government has destroyed the exculpatory evidence in Trump’s case.

As I have been saying- they are going to put Trump in prison, kill him, or both. This is a revolution, and anyone who can possibly organize any resistance will be eliminated.


Max Rockatansky · August 9, 2023 at 12:35 pm

Calling for a gag order by comrade Jack Schmitt doesn’t sound very confident just as arresting people for questioning the fairest election evarz of the most popular preezy of the steezy of all time sounds like desperation.
This will come back to bite the CPUSA (D) in the azz as Trump shows everything in court.
It couldn’t happen to a nicer bunch of commie rat Long March quisling traitor pieces of dung.
Will external enemies attack to help out their fellow traveler infiltrators?
I don’t recall any naval flotillas under Trump.

W Wilson · August 9, 2023 at 3:09 pm

The January 6th kangaroo court was told to save all the evidence. Maybe it is time to refer for punishment

    Rick · August 10, 2023 at 7:16 pm

    The garbage company didn’t run over your mailbox, a specific driver of a garbage truck did.

    The Postal Service didn’t steal your disabilty check, a specific postal worker did.

    The government didn’t destroy exculpatory evidence, specific person(s) did.

    The who did the deed, the who ordered them to do so, those specific persons need to be identified and tried for every applicable violation of the law.
    And they must be made as examples. If that means the death penalty, so be it.

Joe Blow · August 9, 2023 at 7:31 pm

You are absolutely correct.
If they can’t keep him from running, they will kill him.
This IS a communist revolution in progress. The boxcars are coming in the near future. Likely to be another scamdemic shortly….

Steve · August 10, 2023 at 11:42 am

Congress just has to make prosecutorial misconduct a serious offense. If Nifong had been asset stripped to his skivvies and sold into slavery until he repaid damages with triple punitives (the 13th Amendment allows this) not only would the Duke NonRape Case have had no copycat pro– uh, persecutions, the lawyers in the J6 Committee who should have known better would have considered it a step too far.

The world would be a much better place if the government agents were held to even a fraction of the standard the rest of us are held to.

And, yes, applies to that arrest you posted the other day, too. What kind of a moron cop would think it remotely plausible that the guy they were talking to was actually robbing the place? Is that how felons in commission of a crime typically act when they see police? It’s only because they KNOW they cannot be held to account for their actions that they don’t bother to think any further ahead than looking forward to a good takedown. Daniel Shaver? Ashleigh Babbit, anyone?

Marach · August 13, 2023 at 8:50 am

If I recall correctly, I believe that destroying evidence is seen as an admission to the court that the accusation was correct and as an admission of guilt.

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