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The Verdict, Part the Second

What the hell, there’s plenty left to say yet about today’s traveshamockery, so let’s go ahead and start a new post for all that. First off, Sean Davis says he ain’t playing no more.

The part below the “Read more” PITA is worth including, I think.

There’s only one way to deal with nuclear war, which is what Democrats have unleashed, and that is mutually assured destruction. Democrats declared war on our entire system of justice and the rule of law, and our only options are victory or defeat. I intend to win. Do you?

We’ll find out soon enough, I suppose. Sean followed up with a most excellent idear.

Oh HELL yeah! This needs to happen so bad I just…can’t…EVEN. So howzabout it then, Gov Abbott? Wanna kneecap your home-state (and elsewhere) detractors who insist that you’re a fake, phony fraud, a squish who only pretends to be a solid defend-the-borders man for the TeeWee cameras? Sic AG Paxton, who in fact IS a real-deal Texas pit bull, on Bribem and Lavrenti Garland and just watch your poll numbers soar. Oh, and speaking of Paxton…

‘He’s Very Talented’: Trump Floats Texas AG Ken Paxton As US Attorney General
Donald Trump has floated the possibility of nominating Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton to be U.S. Attorney General if he wins the presidency in November.

Speaking with a local television station at the NRA conference in Dallas over the weekend, Trump was asked whether he would consider Paxton for the role.

“I would, actually,” Trump responded. “He’s very, very talented. I mean, we have a lot of people that want that one and will be very good at it. But he’s a very talented guy.”

“I fought for him when he had the difficulty and we won,” he continued. “He had some people really after him, and I thought it was really unfair.”

Paxton has long been a steadfast ally of Trump, having previously launched legal challenges against the 2020 presidential election results in four key states. He was also present at the “Stop The Steal” rally that took place before the January 6th Capitol protests.

Trump, meanwhile, endorsed Paxton’s reelection campaign in 2022, describing him as someone who “advances America First policies in order to Make America Great Again.”

Huh. Somehow this story escaped my notice when it first went up a week ago, even though Red State is one of my regular blogfodder-trolling spots. But I have to say, I definitely dig the idea. Not that “convicted felon” Donald Trump (get used to it, there’ll be no escaping the lurid canard from now on) has a snowball’s chance of regaining the forever-tainted “pResidency,” natch. However, a threatened Paxton appointment sounds great just the same, if only as a ruse to make the wee shitlib tykes cwy their widdle eyes out fwom fwight.

From another “What’s next…?” article, I find this extremely amusing.

If you thought this country was divided before, we could likely see upheaval like never before. With many seeing this trial as politically motivated by the left to take him off the ballot, what happens next?

First off, he can still run for president.

The Constitution states a candidate must be at least 35 years old, a natural-born U.S. citizen, and a resident in the country for at least 14 years. There is nothing noted about criminal charges. 

Can he pardon himself?

No. Because it is a state conviction, he will not be able to pardon himself as president. Presidents only have jurisdiction over federal convictions.

Can any state take him off the ballot?

They did try, but no. The 14th Amendment, which was passed after the Civil War, states that no one who has participated in an insurrection may run for the presidency. While some states have tried to claim this against Trump regarding Jan. 6th, they have been unsuccessful in proving it. He will still be on the ballot, as long as he is the Republican nominee. 

How can he serve as president if he is also serving a criminal sentence?

It is expected that due to his age and this being his first conviction, he will not serve prison time. He may be given probation, which would mean he would have to ask permission every time he leaves the state of New York. If sentenced to time in prison, which would undoubtedly be frowned upon as a politically motivated move, he could still actually legally serve as president from behind bars. (Can you believe I just said those words?)

Hey, Marg, in Amerika v2.0 that’s just another example of the sort of thing we’re ALL gonna have to get used to, alas. At least, unless/until Real Americans finally r’are up on their hind legs and smite the ever-lovin’ blue-eyed SHIT out of these scrofulous shitweasels, at any rate—so punishingly that it leaves ‘em too damned scared to open their mouths in public ever again, not even to breathe.

Meanwhile, another of the repulsive nuggets of wormy, slime-encrusted squirrel dung behind the lawless persecution of Trump seems mighty proud of his despicable self.

Manhattan District Attorney Alvin Bragg spoke to reporters Thursday evening after guilty verdicts were handed down against former president Donald Trump, attempting to cast himself as a statesman who went after a corrupt, seemingly untouchable politician and, despite all temptations to act in a biased manner, worked with the people in his office to honorably carry out their duty. “I was just doing my job,” he says.

I want to thank this phenomenal prosecution team, embodying the finest traditions of this office: professionalism, integrity, dedication, and service. They are model public servants, and I am proud and humbled to serve side-by-side with them.

An even more insulting and provocative assertion from Bragg in his short press conference was this:

And while this defendant may be unlike any other in American history…we arrived at this trial and ultimately today at this verdict in the same manner as every other case that comes through the courtroom doors: by following the facts and the law and by doing so without fear or favor.

That’s just simply not the case. This prosecution was planned for years, and if Alvin Bragg was prosecuting all cases in which a political candidate or their attorney entered into a paid non-disclosure agreement with someone who had negative information about them, well, there would be lots of Democrats under indictment right now. Perhaps Bragg can next look into the 51 people who signed the letter declaring the laptop the U.S. Department of Justice has now confirmed as belonging to Hunter Biden as “Russian disinformation” in the lead-up to the 2020 presidential election – and those who orchestrated its composition – and see what positions they were promised in a potential Biden administration or other monetary or professional benefits they were promised/given in exchange for their advocacy?

PRO TIP: Don’t let’s anybody be holding their breath, ‘kay? Get him: “without fear or favor,” yet. Be sure to add the scoundrel Bragg to the list—with berobed blaggard “Judge” Mechan—of Korrupt Kourtroom Demo-Klowns who, in a better, more just world, would’ve been hanged by the neck until dead, dead, DEAD months ago.


7 thoughts on “The Verdict, Part the Second

  1. Unless they seize Biden and Garland physically, hold them in custody, and tell the federal authorities they can have the pair back after sentence is served, it’d all be a fart in a windstorm.

    Cut to the chase: arrest every federal agent in Texas, and charge them with aiding and abetting and criminal conspiracy.

    Tell the military in Texas that if they seek to intervene that if they leave their barracks, land or launch any aircraft, or do anything beyond walking to chow and back, they will be taken under fire and destroyed to a man, and their families interred as enemy aliens.

    Put the feds in prison for criminal conspiracy, march the military to the state line in their underpants and flip-flops, and tell SCOTUS to come at them with all the divisions they can muster.

    Either this corrupt faux-ministration comes down in a flaming heap, like the Eye of Sauron, or it’s war to the knife, and knife to the hilt.

    We aren’t going to lawfare our way out of this coup.
    It’s going to come down to throwing people in prison and throwing away the prison, or shooting motherfuckers in the face.

    Challenge accepted.

  2. Honestly,

    i dont like any of this BS either,

    but if the economy crashes and things come completely unglued, better with biden in office


  3. Barry, i know, no, but think about it, 4 years of them screwing with us and DJT? And blaming everything on him when it collapses? Id rather watch the outrage at the idiot democraps and pedo joe when half the cities are in smoking ruins and the economy has all but disappeared, i know i can make do and stay in the fringe, the majority of liberal trash? I doubt it

    1. I understand where you are coming from. IMO, you are wrong. It matters not what the results are under biden, they blame others anyway. Those that matter know the truth.

      This kind of thinking falls under the “cut off your nose to spite your face”. I get the desire to see the perpetrators get whats coming to them, but 1) it wouldn’t work and 2) far too many innocent people are being harmed.

      We need a person in office that puts the American people first. Perhaps it’s too late to fix this country without the death and destruction of a true civil war, but we need to do everything we can to turn it. At this moment in time we only have one man standing up to the marxists that has any chance and that man is Trump.

  4. Barry,

    i get what you are saying, just going to say this last bit then let er lay, nuff said cuz.

    i just want to be left alone, so do millions of others, IE, innocent people, far removed from the direct BS,

    they are doing things daily, weekly, monthly, that are or will affect ALL OF US, “innocent people”

    That said, Im cool with cutting off whatever needs to get cut off to spite these assholes, cause iffn  in case ya didnt notice my friend, we are already being drug into this head first like it or not and so far we just been turning the other cheek and takin it, and honestly IMHO they dont seem to care what sorta collateral damage they cause with their bullshit,


    so why should we?

    1. Sure.

      “They” are not going to leave you alone. Having biden remain in office is not going to accomplish that. The only chance we have short of civil war is for someone that fights back against the corrupt. That person cannot succeed without the support of all Americans, but without that person there is no avoidance of the conflict to come. It’s probably a lost cause anyway, but if there is any chance we should take it.

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