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spez_this 15 points ago

Randy Quaid - the best Quaid

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TheContrarian2 1 point ago

He's right in his opinion here, but he's a crazy man.

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AwakeAwareNow 3 points ago

No he's not. Hollywood stole his money and his brother stole his house. His residual checks were going to the city of Santa Barbara.. same county that went after Michael Jackson (not saying Jackson is innocent or guilty.. but county is shady AF.

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jgardner 14 points ago

Not "malicious prosecution."

TREASON

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Lady_MaGa 4 points ago

both!

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Zegopharo 8 points ago

Damn right.

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jojoaz 6 points ago

There should be consequence for their actions. Too bad it will never happen.

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RockyMin 6 points ago

I would love to see Nancy put on the stand and asked what she meant by "one way or the other, Trump will not be President in 11 months" and then pull out one of her pens and ask why they are shaped like bullets.

They should do that at the impeachment trial.

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The_Litehaus_Abides 5 points ago

Here's the cunt in May 2016, saying Trump will never be president. POS said you could take it to the bank.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bSR0PvG9F_I

I sincerely believe Pelosi is bound for Hell. Hopefully the Trump curse hits her first, though.

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Belleoffreedom 3 points ago

Just so everybody knows, that is not going to happen, although it is fun to imagine. Legislators have immunity for garbage they say on the floor of the House.

The remedy is for us to point and giggle, and the voters to throw the bums out.

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WeGoAll 1 point ago

Correct!

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Wupta 2 points ago (edited)

I think that the immunity should be qualified and not a total blanket exemption. In cases where it’s blatant abuse of power they should be definitely held accountable and prosecuted with serious consequences as their actions undermine the country and the constitution.

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Guy_Montag_OG 1 point ago

Yikes.