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Anonymous asked in Politics & GovernmentOther - Politics & Government · 5 months ago

If Ralph Nader is really so "stupid," why can't Trump worshipers refute his arguments?

"Manipulating the mass media is child’s play for Trump. He taunts them about how they have to give him top billing because of the profitable ratings his performances brings them. Some in the mass media, nonetheless, expose his wrongdoing with thorough features. Trump, though irritated, ignores these exposés and repels them like water off a duck’s back. It’s all “fake news,” he shouts. His approval polls, though lower than previous presidents, stay firm. So far Trump has faced no real consequences from the revelations of his misdeeds.

The courts, meanwhile, are Donald’s Trump card for endless delays. Who has been sued as president more than Trump? Over two and a half years into his term, litigation against Trump grinds on. Nobody knows how long these court actions will take, what with Trump’s delay tactics and appeals. The top appeal is to the Supreme Court which he believes is 5 to 4 for him on just about everything relating to runaway presidential power and immunities. Trump has appointed 146 judges while in office, including two Supreme Court justices. Trump’s chosen Supreme Court justices are partisan actors who will suit his purposes nicely—it is as if they came from “central casting” for him. Trump has declared unlimited presidential pardon powers, musing that he could even pardon himself.

https://nader.org/2019/08/30/from-trump-tower-to-d...

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Update:

That leaves the Congress with which he toys. The Republicans are frightened chickens in a coop, peering out at the insatiable Fox. When they look back at their place in history, they’ll have to squint. Sycophants all, except for the late Rep. Walter Jones and Rep. Justin Amash.

Update 2:

As for the Democrats, Trump is blocking subpoenas and orders for witnesses to testify. Trump is also turning down major demands for documents from several House Congressional Committees. Exercising their constitutional authority to oversee the executive branch, the Committee Chairs are filing one law suit after another. Trump laughs and tells his attorneys to keep stonewalling and appealing—which can mean years. That’s how he operated during his sordid failed business career.

Update 3:

Trump is thumbing his nose at Democrats daily, blocking oversight, allocating appropriated funds by executive dictate, brazenly freezing enforcement the laws or revoking regulations that protect the health, safety, and economic wellbeing of the American people, enriching himself through emoluments, and also casting aside the Constitution and the rule of law regarding his military and foreign policy aggressions.

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  • Anonymous
    5 months ago

    Why has my Amazon Fire started bleeping?

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  • Anonymous
    5 months ago

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  • Brian
    Lv 7
    5 months ago

    For one, trumpies don't tend to be the sharpest knives in the drawer.

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  • 5 months ago

    What misdeeds? LOL

    The Emoluments lawsuit was laughed out of court. LOL

    The moronic lawsuits from Fat Jerry serve no legislative purpose and will also be laughed out of court. LOL

    Nader has long ago made himself irrelevant. LOL

    Update to commentator: Trump is on a high note....your tone is sour from some derangement problem. LOL

    • Mark
      Lv 7
      5 months agoReport

      No, he knows when his work is done, and went out of public life at a high point. It's too bad the Donald can't do that, too.

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  • Rick
    Lv 6
    5 months ago

    IS HE still around ??? ............................................

    • Mark
      Lv 7
      5 months agoReport

      Of course, and quite healthy, too.

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