It's a bold strategy, Cotton. Let's see if it pays off for 'em
Ah yes. This was during the annexation of Crimea and right before Russia covertly invaded Donetsk and Lugansk, resulting in over 10k Ukrainian deaths.
Obama did nothing, even though the USA had signed the Budapest memorandum in 1994 to protect Ukraine's sovereignty from Russia.
Obama and Biden are cowards.
Rudy is put in at the end of the game and saves the day. He wears #45. He plays for Notre Dame, where ACB went to law school and was a professor.
Meme magic. Best timeline.
That lip thing, just no
courageous athletes oh my sides
She was a never-trumper before she figured out she needed to support him to win her seat. Kelli Ward was a much better choice. She may be a phony but she is still infinitely better than Kelly.
Right, let's have a hive mind like our progressive nutjob counterparts. Relax, people can have different opinions.
Trump was not prepared well here and missed many good opportunities to shut down Biden's BS. He needs to prep better for the next one.
The interrupting was excessive and not a good look, this will turn off some independents and democrats that are on the fence. He should be himself and push back but it would be wise to get that under control.
It's a custom to acknowledge someone by their highest former office. In some contexts it would be more appropriate to say "former vice president", but I don't think anyone was confused here.
Yes, a lot of people will be turned off by his style. However, it didn't hurt him much in 2016. People don't vote for Trump because he is polite.
He had a few good moments tonight but he was not prepared and missed many good opportunities to shut down Joe. I hope he takes it more seriously next time.
For those who have followed Wikileaks for many years, it is clear that the Russian interference narrative was actually constructed by the Clinton campaign to undermine leaks that showed the Clinton campaign and DNC worked together to subvert Bernie's campaign. The OG election interference.
It was just convenient to then project that onto Trump's campaign after the election.
It’s a grand jury decision. Cameron doesn’t make the charge. Don’t be like a liberal. Do some research before you get outraged
Wow, great minds think alike...
This is the argument of optics that liberals are obsessed with. However, authenticity and truth are always more important and will win at the end of the day. If optics were so critical, Hillary would be president right now.
Demonstrating and pushing back peacefully goes a much longer way than cowering and letting radicals destroy the community.
Oh no, not more peace!
Trump can only pardon federal convictions.
Understood, but it's not at all clear that it was linked for promotional purposes. They are speaking of legal matters of interest to this community.
What's the rationale here? The guy gives great legal analysis at the opportunity cost of his own legal career. Why shouldn't we support him making a profit? Sounds a little commie.
The leftists learned you can be a hypocrite and get away with it as long as you create the perception of holding a moral high ground.
While radical views are slowly consuming the left I think it’s ignorant to put all liberals in that camp. I know many moderate, rational thinking liberals who reject the Marxist and anarchism segments of the left. As Jordan Peterson says, the success of American society is the rational debate and competition of conservative and liberal ideas. The aim should be to protect this institution, not destroy it.
I agree with you. Words have meaning and it’s an important distinction. I don’t believe we can have some conservative utopia. That’ll lead to the same tribalism that is currently destroying the left. Liberalism is worth preserving. Leftism, namely Marxism and anarchism, is what needs to be destroyed.
Interesting analysis during livestream: https://youtu.be/6yN7u1zyBPs
Durham is not Mueller. If there are grand juries, they will likely remain secret until he finishes the entire investigation process.
Powell as AG is my dream.
I know everyone here disagrees with her decisions, but I wouldn't doubt her insane work ethic. There is much written about it.