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OAN to air three-hour movie from MyPillow CEO-

"MyPillow CEO Mike Lindell has released a three-hour documentary about his baseless claims of election fraud, which this week led to an on-air argument between Lindell and anchors on the conservative network Newsmax.  

The film, titled "Absolute Proof," will be available on cable television, online and will be streamed for 12 hours on One America News Network.

The conservative channel, which over the last several months aired false claims about the election, is putting a disclaimer on the Lindell film stating that it is paid programing and "opinion only."

It also distanced itself from Lindell's statements on Dominion Voting Systems and Smartmatic USA, two voting technology companies that have been at the forefront of conspiracy theories promulgated by former President Trump's supporters..........

https://thehill.com/homenews/news/537530-oan-to-air-three-hour-mypillow-ceo-movie

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11 minutes ago, mr6666 said:

OAN to air three-hour movie from MyPillow CEO-

"MyPillow CEO Mike Lindell has released a three-hour documentary about his baseless claims of election fraud, which this week led to an on-air argument between Lindell and anchors on the conservative network Newsmax.  

The film, titled "Absolute Proof," will be available on cable television, online and will be streamed for 12 hours on One America News Network.

The conservative channel, which over the last several months aired false claims about the election, is putting a disclaimer on the Lindell film stating that it is paid programing and "opinion only."

It also distanced itself from Lindell's statements on Dominion Voting Systems and Smartmatic USA, two voting technology companies that have been at the forefront of conspiracy theories promulgated by former President Trump's supporters..........

https://thehill.com/homenews/news/537530-oan-to-air-three-hour-mypillow-ceo-movie

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the baseless conspiracy theories and debunked claims were dismissed by a msm that has been leaning to the left for a good 60 years now. for a good 72 hours after election nite nothing but mail-in ballots for Biden...

that is suspicious on it's face!

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38 minutes ago, NipkowDisc said:

the baseless conspiracy theories and debunked claims were dismissed by a msm that has been leaning to the left for a good 60 years now. for a good 72 hours after election nite nothing but mail-in ballots for Biden...

that is suspicious on it's face!

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Ok,  assume there is truth there;   Why when asked by judge after judge after judge,,,,  didn't Sidney Powell or Rudy Giuliani and the other Trump campaign lawyers not present all of this so called evidence?     Like all the other clowns and liars, Lindell will be sued  for libel and defemination (I predict this Monday),   and all of them will lose, since they can't prove their claims.  AGAIN,  if they could have proved even one of their claims,   why didn't they submit them to any court?     All they had were theories and suspicious,  NOT evidence. 

Oh,  I know why,,,,   all the judges,  as well as the entire US court system, is part of the deep state.   The GA Governor,  the GA Secerarty of State,,,,,  all part of the deep state. Even Pence,  McConnell,  Cheney, etc... are now part of the deep state!    Yea,  that's the ticket!  This has to be true,  Q said so!

     

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3 hours ago, NipkowDisc said:

"some people are never satisfied. the democrats don't get so much as a palm seed from my properties."

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Not as much as the Russians, that is for sure! 

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:rolleyes:   :lol:

-who's counting the days before Jr. announces HIS candidacy for something or other........???

(to honor the legacy of his 'martyred' Daddy's ....uuuhh......''principles'' )  :wacko:  <_<

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8 minutes ago, mr6666 said:

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This is all about McConnell trying to ensure the GOP,  especially those in the Senate don't split apart.     E.g.  If Cruz,  Hawley, or some other Trumper Senator criticizes one of the 7 Senators that voted for conviction,  McConnell will defend these Senators just like he did Liz Cheney.      This trying-to-have-it-both-ways statement sends a message to both camps to show restraint,   in order to protect the limited GOP power in DC.            

Contrast this to the statement Trump Jr.  just made about RINOs.      Of course Trump Jr. is an idiot,  yet again,  since provoking this type of statement was the core reason the Dems moved forward with an impeachment they knew wasn't going to lead to a conviction.      

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It’ll Do -

Impeachment did not prevail, but Trump still lost.

 

"........In January, a Monmouth survey found that 56 percent of Americans wanted Trump convicted. Quinnipiac reported that 59 percent regard him as responsible for inciting violence against the U.S. government. According to ABC/The Washington Post, 66 percent believe that Trump acted irresponsibly during the post-election period. According to polls, fewer than a quarter believed that Trump did “nothing wrong” on January 6.

Those are not the numbers on which to base a Grover Cleveland–style comeback tour—especially not when the majority of Americans also believe that Donald Trump did a bad job handling the COVID-19 pandemic and that President Joe Biden is doing a good job.

Things will get worse for the 45th president. The 57–43 margin in the Senate flashes a green light to federal and state prosecutors that, if they find evidence of crimes, proceeding with legal action against Trump would be politically safe........

McConnell reminded senators that regular criminal law could deal with common criminals—as the Republican leader suggested Trump to be. Maybe McConnell was just emitting words, only maneuvering. But if federal and state law-enforcement officials are pursuing Trump, today’s events will encourage them, not deter them............

But if justice failed, democratic self-preservation is working. Trump lost the presidency, and that loss held despite all his attacks on the vote and the counting of the vote. His party split against him on this second round of impeachable offenses. He has lost his immunity to civil suit and his impunity against federal indictment. The world is crashing down upon his head.

The impeachment did not prevail. But Trump still lost.,,,,,,,,,

https://www.theatlantic.com/ideas/archive/2021/02/impeachment-did-not-prevail-trump-still-lost/618026/?utm_content=edit-promo&utm_medium=social&utm_campaign=the-atlantic&utm_source=twitter&utm_term=2021-02-14T00%3A22%3A33

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4 hours ago, mr6666 said:

It’ll Do -

Impeachment did not prevail, but Trump still lost.

 

"........In January, a Monmouth survey found that 56 percent of Americans wanted Trump convicted. Quinnipiac reported that 59 percent regard him as responsible for inciting violence against the U.S. government. According to ABC/The Washington Post, 66 percent believe that Trump acted irresponsibly during the post-election period. According to polls, fewer than a quarter believed that Trump did “nothing wrong” on January 6.

Those are not the numbers on which to base a Grover Cleveland–style comeback tour—especially not when the majority of Americans also believe that Donald Trump did a bad job handling the COVID-19 pandemic and that President Joe Biden is doing a good job.

Things will get worse for the 45th president. The 57–43 margin in the Senate flashes a green light to federal and state prosecutors that, if they find evidence of crimes, proceeding with legal action against Trump would be politically safe........

McConnell reminded senators that regular criminal law could deal with common criminals—as the Republican leader suggested Trump to be. Maybe McConnell was just emitting words, only maneuvering. But if federal and state law-enforcement officials are pursuing Trump, today’s events will encourage them, not deter them............

But if justice failed, democratic self-preservation is working. Trump lost the presidency, and that loss held despite all his attacks on the vote and the counting of the vote. His party split against him on this second round of impeachable offenses. He has lost his immunity to civil suit and his impunity against federal indictment. The world is crashing down upon his head.

The impeachment did not prevail. But Trump still lost.,,,,,,,,,

https://www.theatlantic.com/ideas/archive/2021/02/impeachment-did-not-prevail-trump-still-lost/618026/?utm_content=edit-promo&utm_medium=social&utm_campaign=the-atlantic&utm_source=twitter&utm_term=2021-02-14T00%3A22%3A33

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"well lets just say we gave it one hell of a try." -clint eastwood, firefox

mr6666, I'm still gonna enjoy all those sad faces on meet the press

 

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1 hour ago, NipkowDisc said:

great pics from huffpost.

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Trump supporters erected a gallows as they chanted "Hang Mike Pence!" and hunted for Speaker Nancy Pelosi in the Capitol.

"I guess these people are more upset about the election than you are," Trump reportedly told House Minority Leader Kevin McCa

Great pics of the failed coup d’etat fomented by Donald Trump to his rabidly racist white nationalist base.  That noose  was meant for Your Vice President, Mike Pence ,  GREAT Huh!?!  Wait till the NY,  Georgia and other State AGs go after the many Trump crimes!! 

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Democratic senator claims Republican lawmakers are 'deathly afraid' of Donald Trump and former president's acquittal secures his spot as 'leader of the GOP for the next four years' 

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Democratic Senator Chris Murphy said Sunday that Republicans were 'deathly afraid' to vote against Donald Trump in his second impeachment trial due to his prevailing influence over the GOP.

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