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January 6th - what will happen?


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8 minutes ago, beef said:
9 minutes ago, WDIK2 said:

House vote on agreeing to the objection is  yea  79 to 185 nay.  Way too many. 

The whole House (or at least almost all of it) doesn't vote on these objections? That's only a total of 264 votes out of a possible 435.

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1 minute ago, AAABatteries said:

How does this guy live with himself?  The current President called you names, slandered your family, beat you and then has no use for you.  But yet this guy still carries water for him - there's a word that we are banned from using around here but when you look that term up on Urbandictionary there has to be a picture of Ted on it.

His people vote for him, so why would he change.

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6 minutes ago, McBokonon said:

This is going to get buried because this thread moves so fast, but it’s a solid, multi-tiered joke and I just want you to know I appreciate it, sir. :salute:

As a mod of :e:, I would have banned him for this.

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2 minutes ago, AAABatteries said:

How does this guy live with himself?  The current President called you names, slandered your family, beat you and then has no use for you.  But yet this guy still carries water for him - there's a word that we are banned from using around here but when you look that term up on Urbandictionary there has to be a picture of Ted on it.

More worried about being exposed as zodiac

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Just now, krista4 said:

One Democrat voted to sustain the objection in the House?  Who?

 

Just now, Shula-holic said:

Who is the House D voting for the objection?  That's an odd vote.

:hifive: 

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1 minute ago, krista4 said:

Oh, they changed it now.

 

1 minute ago, Shula-holic said:

They just removed the 1 under "Yea" so guessing that was an error

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1 minute ago, parasaurolophus said:

Who can believe that there are people that would accuse the other side of being outside agitators and causing all the trouble?

I for one am shocked to hear such a newly created excuse. 

It was the Pinkertons.

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Just now, krista4 said:

Oh, they changed it now.

Some newbie always screws up their first vote.  Just look for the person who appears to have crapped their pants.  They're the one.  

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1 minute ago, parasaurolophus said:

Who can believe that there are people that would accuse the other side of being outside agitators and causing all the trouble?

I for one am shocked to hear such a newly created excuse. 

Sounds so familiar, can’t put my finger on it. 

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3 minutes ago, Doug B said:

The whole House (or at least almost all of it) doesn't vote on these objections? That's only a total of 264 votes out of a possible 435.

Yes, I posted the numbers when the clock hit 0:00.  Not thinking that the votes after would still come in.  I just thought many would be abstaining.  

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About Cruz:
 

Texas has some of the most corrupt GOP politicians. 
 

Outside of liberal enclaves like Houston and San Antonio, Texas is very red. 
 

Ken Paxton is a crook and they keep re-electing him. 

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2 minutes ago, GoBirds said:

Sounds so familiar, can’t put my finger on it. 

You guys are amazing.  If I ever run for office, let me know what flavor kool-aid is your favorite.

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1 minute ago, the rover said:

You guys are amazing.  If I ever run for office, let me know what flavor kool-aid is your favorite.

Flavor-Aid.  :rant: 

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lawyer guys can the feds pass laws that require fair districting and eliminating gerrymandering even at the state level take that to the bank brohans  

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7 minutes ago, Shula-holic said:

Who is the House D voting for the objection?  That's an odd vote.

I wonder seeing how it is no longer listed that wasn’t a clerical error.

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Just now, SWC said:

lawyer guys can the feds pass laws that require fair districting and eliminating gerrymandering even at the state level take that to the bank brohans  

Not really.  The SC has deferred quite a bit to the states, even where the lines are clearly drawn to suppress votes.  There’s sort of a line at drawing lines due to race, but not really a line due to party, which may be the same thing.  Stopping gerrymandering is mostly a state issue.

 

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8 minutes ago, parasaurolophus said:

Who can believe that there are people that would accuse the other side of being outside agitators and causing all the trouble?

I for one am shocked to hear such a newly created excuse. 

If you think THAT is shocking wait until you find out about all the new law-and-order types we gained today!  It's a cornucopia of riches!

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2 minutes ago, lazyike said:
10 minutes ago, Shula-holic said:

Who is the House D voting for the objection?  That's an odd vote.

I wonder seeing how it is no longer listed that wasn’t a clerical error.

Maybe they were voting on a Dominion machine with the inner parts swapped out. :oldunsure:

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11 minutes ago, Gachi said:

About Cruz:
 

Texas has some of the most corrupt GOP politicians. 
 

Outside of liberal enclaves like Houston and San Antonio, Texas is very red. 
 

Ken Paxton is a crook and they keep re-electing him. 

Uh Dallas County says hi.  I'm not even sure Bexar went Obama 

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Today is the culmination of the long game Russia has been playing all along. Putin's own words to destabilize our democracy.

Somewhere in Russia, he's looking at video and pictures from today and smiling. Mission accomplished.

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Woman killed at US Capitol was Air Force veteran from California

>>Ashli Babbit, who served 14 years in the U.S. Air Force and did four tours of duty, was married and lived near San Diego, according to the New York Post. The day before she was killed, Babbit tweeted, “Nothing will stop us. they can try and try and try but the storm is here and it is descending upon DC in less than 24 hours...dark to light.”<<

She served multiple tours but was killed on home soil. A tragedy, and Trump has blood on his hands. She was shot by police as she was trying to enter somewhere inside the capitol. She made a bad choice to follow Trump. RIP.

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5 minutes ago, Capella said:

Imagine storming the capitol and risk getting shot all in the name of the former host of the apprentice. 

I can't imagine risking getting shot in the name of any politician, much less one as embarrassing as Trump.

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1 minute ago, Ghost Rider said:

I can't imagine risking getting shot in the name of any politician, much less one as embarrassing as Trump.

Very sad for her family - I can only imagine what was going through her mind.

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1 minute ago, AAABatteries said:

Very sad for her family - I can only imagine what was going through her mind.

Her mother indicated  she just went crazy.  It happens. 

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4 minutes ago, Bracie Smathers said:

Angela Merkel@Queen_Europe

I can assure you that my departure from office is going to be very boring.

Funny, but a parody account.

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1 minute ago, culdeus said:

Her mother indicated  she just went crazy.  It happens. 

Not the thread for it but I think all of us could agree we as a country do a poor job helping people with serious mental issues.  It wouldn’t surprise me if a lot of folks who are true Q believers are also suffering from some form of mental issues.

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