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The Walls are Closing In:Maga Terrorist Plea Deal is rejected in Jan 6 Case. Is left Seething

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Trump co-defendant says Georgia prosecutors are retaliating against him for rejecting a plea deal

By Holmes Lybrand, CNN
2 minute read
Updated 5:52 PM EST, Mon November 20, 2023

Harrison Floyd, one of Donald Trump’s co-defendants in the election subversion case in Georgia, claimed in a court filing Monday that prosecutors are seeking to revoke his bond as retaliation after he rejected a plea deal.

Prosecutors say Floyd, the leader of Black Voices for Trump, made social media posts against witnesses in the case that “demonstrate that he poses a significant threat of intimidating witnesses.”

A hearing on the motion to revoke Floyd’s bond agreement and potentially send him to jail is set for Tuesday afternoon before Judge Scott McAfee.

Floyd’s attorneys, in a filing Monday, argued that his social media posts did not violate the conditions of his bond and accused prosecutors of a “retaliatory measure because he rejected the State’s plea offer,” and took other steps, such as subpoenaing Fulton County election records.

CNN has reached out to the Fulton County district attorney’s office for comment.
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Piss Fetish Guy Trump Tells Iowa Voters He’s Just ‘Not Into Golden Showers’ Unprompted

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For a guy who claims the piss tape isn't real, he sure takes a lot of energy denying it when no one brings it up.

Donald Trump felt the need to make his kink preferences very clear to an Iowa audience on Saturday, describing how he denied to his wife Melania the claim he had sex workers urinate on him.

“‘He was with four hookers,’” Trump summarized to a Fort Dodge, Iowa, crowd. “You think that was good that night they go up and tell my wife, ‘It’s not true, darling. I love you very much. It’s not true.’”

The claim was one of the most incendiary in a 2016 dossier by former British spy Christopher Steele, a document that alleged the Trump campaign colluded with Russia to win the 2016 presidential election. It claimed that Trump, during a 2013 stay at the Ritz Carlton in Moscow, hired sex workers to perform a “golden showers” show on the hotel bed to defile it, as he had heard the Obamas had stayed in the same bed.

But Trump said on Saturday that it didn’t take much to disprove that claim to his wife.

“Actually that one she didn’t believe because she said, ‘He’s a germaphobe, he’s not into that,’” Trump said. “‘He’s not into golden showers,’ as they say they called it. I don’t like that idea. No, I didn’t. I thought that would be a big problem, I was going to have a rough night, but that one she was very good on.”
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Former Obama official for Israel says 4 k dead kids not enough and Muhamed is a daughter raper

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‘If we killed 4,000 Palestinian kids, it wasn’t enough,’ says former diplomat Stuart Seldowitz to a halal cart vendor in one video.

Stuart Seldowitz, who previously served as deputy director of the United States Department of State’s Office of Israel and Palestinian Affairs, was captured on video taunting and threatening the vendor in Manhattan. Amid the apparent argument over the ongoing Gaza war, he told his adversary that more Palestinian children should di

In other exchanges, he’s heard casting slurs against Prophet Muhammad. Asking if the vendor raped his daughter like Mohamed did.

He also threatens to use his government connections to mobilise Egypt’s secret police against the vendor, who he accuses of being a “terrorist”.

“The Mukhabarat in Egypt will get your parents. Does your father like his fingernails? They’ll take them out one by one,” Seldowitz says smiling.

The vendor is heard repeatedly asking him to leave.

Texas top state for green energy

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While liberals bitch about useless nothings like carbon taxes, Texas is the nations largest producer of green energy.
DNC shills left seething as their regressive policies continue to destroy the country.
America's greenest state is deep deep red
Highway 83, running between North Dakota and Texas, cuts America in half. The road runs mostly through isolated parts of the country, which has earned it the nickname the "Road to Nowhere."

John Davis, a rancher in Menard, Texas, is trying to make his little slice of US-83 a "somewhere" for road trippers. Menard Station opened in September and is gaining a fan base.
On Saturdays, Davis' family heads down to the Station to serve customers Wagyu steak burgers from their ranch outside of town, where seven white wind turbines tower over the cattle, sheep, and goats that graze in the grassland. The giant turbines are also the reason that Davis was able to open up the Station: In 2018, he signed a deal with RES Americas, which was developing 43 wind turbines in central Texas. The Davis' 1,300 acres of windy prairie were an attractive site for some of the turbines, which now crank out 24 megawatts of power.

"Everybody else struck oil. I struck wind," Davis told me.

Deals like Davis' have made Texas — America's oil capital for more than a century — the top producer of renewable energy in the US. The state has long generated the most wind power and is second only to California as a solar-energy producer. While fossil fuel still reigns supreme in the state's energy mix, wind and solar account for a growing share of the total. As of October, wind and solar met between 25% and 41% of Texas' energy demand, depending on the month, according to data from the state's grid operator ERCOT. Add in nuclear power, which doesn't produce greenhouse-gas emissions, and green energy met upward of 50% of the state's demand in some months.
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What ya got to say?
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Hollywood swinging
Hollywood swinging

I remember not too long ago
I went to the theater
And I saw the Kool in the gang show
I always wanted to fit a band, yes I did
To sing my songs, sing my songs
And become a bad piano playing man
So here I am, here I am in this Hollywood city
The city of the stars, movies, women and cars
Well I guess, I guess I have to stay

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What ya got to say?
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Man fatally shot by CHP officer on 105 freeway was homeless, an aspiring actor

The man fatally shot by a California Highway Patrol officer on the 105 Freeway in Watts was an aspiring actor who struggled with substance abuse and mental health issues and was homeless, his family tells the Los Angeles Times.

Authorities say Jesse Dominguez, 34, had wandered onto the busy freeway Sunday afternoon, forcing officers to stop traffic. As an officer approached Dominguez, a struggle ensued.

“During the struggle, the pedestrian was able to access a taser he had in his possession, activated the weapon, and used the taser against the officer, CHP said in a statement.

4 California cities ranked among the most roach-infested in the U.S.

A bystander recorded video of what unfolded next.

The officer and Dominguez wrestled on the asphalt for a few moments before the officer pulled out his service weapon and fired several shots at point-blank range, the video shows.

Dominguez died from his wounds.

communist jews open baby murder facility named after scotus mom

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makes sense. Jews need a constantly supply of dead christian babies because they eat the flesh and drink the blood of christian children for religious purposes
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Joe Manchin won’t run for reelection, giving GOP an opening to flip West Virginia seat

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Sen. Joe Manchin of West Virginia will not run for reelection in 2024, the moderate Democrat announced on social media Thursday, a blow for his party’s chances to hold control of the Senate in next year’s election.

“After months of deliberation and long conversation with my family, I believe, in my heart of hearts, that I have accomplished what I set out to do for West Virginia,” Manchin said in a message posted on social media. “I have made one of the toughest decisions of my life, and decided that I will not be running for reelection to United States Senate.”

The Democratic Caucus controls the chamber with a narrow 51-49 margin, and Manchin’s decision not to run again in such a deeply red state puts Democrats in a tough spot, as they’ll be defending seats in other competitive states.

Montana Sen. Steve Daines, who chairs the National Republican Senatorial Committee, released a statement minutes after Manchin’s announcement, saying, “We like our odds in West Virginia.”

Manchin made clear in his announcement Thursday that he would not be leaving politics.

“But what I will be doing is traveling the country and speaking out, to see if there is an interest in creating a movement to mobilize the middle, and bring Americans together,” he said.

It’s unclear what specifically Manchin will do after leaving Capitol Hill. Earlier this year, he stoked speculation of a third-party presidential campaign, when he spoke at a No Labels forum at St. Anselm College in New Hampshire.
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As Trump Vows Vengeance Against ‘Vermin,’ in Nazi like speech, Republicans Look The Other Way

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WASHINGTON ― Top Republican lawmakers brushed aside questions about former President Donald Trump’s alarming vow to purge his political opponents, which he referred to as “vermin” in a Veterans’ Day message over the weekend.

“Is that worse than ‘deplorables’? I don’t use that kind of language, but it’s a free country,” Sen. Lindsey Graham (R-S.C.) told HuffPost on Monday, citing a comment former Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton repeated about Trump supporters in 2016.

“Real Hitlers are called Hamas,” Sen. Marco Rubio (R-Fla.) added, referring to the militant group that launched a bloody attack against Israel last month.

Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene (R-Ga.) also brought up the “deplorables” remark when asked about Trump’s pledge.

“Are you kidding me? After Hillary Clinton called us all deplorables, people are actually offended by that?” she told HuffPost. “She basically said that half of the country was beneath her and beneath everybody else.”

Asked whether the terms were comparable, given that Trump’s language had historical overtones of 1930s-era fascism, Greene said, “I would say that the Democrats are 1930s fascists and Nazis and your publication is horrible.”

Trump, the front-runner for the Republican presidential nomination, shared a message on his social media platform Truth Social in which he vowed to “root out the Communists, Marxists, Fascists, and Radical Left Thugs that live like vermin within the confines of our Country, lie, steal, and cheat on Elections, and will do anything possible, whether legally or illegally, to destroy America, and the American Dream.”

Trump’s critics, including President Joe Biden’s 2024 reelection campaign, said the former president had echoed the language of dictators who sought to dehumanize their opponents, including Nazi Germany’s Adolf Hitler.
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J6 Footage Release Debubks Violent Insurrection Claims, Probe Called for Into J6 Committee

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>One of Capitol Hill’s longest doubters about the spark that fired the Jan. 6, 2021, Capitol riots joined Utah Sen. Mike Lee (R-Utah) today in calling for an investigation into the bias of the anti-Trump House Jan. 6 committee.

>Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene (R-GA) said on X, formerly Twitter, “I’m calling on @SpeakerJohnson to create a January 6th Select Committee.”

>Calls from her and Lee to probe the House Select Committee on the January 6 Attack report followed Johnson’s release of unseen video from the day that added to the debate over allegations that those who entered the Capitol were involved in an insurrection.

>Greene and Lee were focused on a video that showed many peacefully walking through the building, sometimes encouraged by United States Capitol Police.

>Two scenes have been played repeatedly on social media. They include one of an officer fist-bumping a suspect and the other of a man strolling through the halls of Congress who later committed suicide after being charged in the riots.
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