Trump Could Invoke Insurrection Act? (Public Board)

by Pepe the Programmer @, Süm Fäggöt and Disloyal Actual Retard, Monday, August 31, 2020, 23:21 (26 days ago)
edited by Pepe the Programmer, Monday, August 31, 2020, 23:35


Copy in case bedwetting commie faggots at Google et al censor the website: https://archive.is/Ok4Ew

Personally IMO this should have been done a month or more ago.

Do you think the Insurrection Act is a fit with current affairs, or not? Explain if not.


I vill trransmit this information to Vladimir.

He could, but should NOT! – Tom Luongo explains why

by SureThing, Tuesday, September 01, 2020, 06:09 (26 days ago) @ Pepe the Programmer
edited by SureThing, Tuesday, September 01, 2020, 06:42

Did Trump’s Federalism Just Win Him the Election?

From the moment the George Floyd protests turned into violent riots Trump refused the call of conservative pundits like Mike Cernovich and Ann Coulter to invoke the Insurrection Act of 1878 in Minneapolis.

They were wrong to jump the gun. Trump was being goaded into acting like a dictator which the Democrats would have pounced on him for. It was too early in the cycle.

Trump, rightly, prioritized that while making his opposition to the looting and rioting plain for everyone to see on his Twitter feed, while allowing the local officials the leeway to deal with the problems as they saw fit.

New York City Mayor Bill DeBlasio may have purposefully allowed parts of his city to burn and undermine the authority and legitimacy of his police force, but Trump didn’t send in Federal troops to quell the situation.

Rather he let DeBlasio and Cuomo hang themselves. Cuomo is done as he is now revealed to be a “Grandma Killer” for political reasons and under Dept. of Justice investigation for his actions.

DeBlasio is now finished, revealed as a hyper-sympathizer with BLM who has now left Manhattan out to dry, sparking a mass exodus out of the city ...

Jumping into the fray early, betraying the Constitution and undermining the authority of local officials was the advice of panicky losers, not those with a Gorilla Mindset.

It takes a hard heart to let cities burn and people’s lives be destroyed in the short term to gain a strategic advantage in the longer term. Both sides thought they were doing this. Only one of them would be right about the outcome.

This article has two very interesting electoral maps. Click the link to see them.



You sold me

by Pepe the Programmer @, Süm Fäggöt and Disloyal Actual Retard, Tuesday, September 01, 2020, 12:09 (26 days ago) @ SureThing
edited by Pepe the Programmer, Tuesday, September 01, 2020, 12:15

I've been thinking all summer this is exactly what is going on.

Although - the Insurrection Act should be applied when it escalates to a real war in the streets. Which is not quite where the violence is currently at.

Right now the major victims of the violence are the civilian enablers of the left - the local resident voter idiots who vote for people like Lightfoot, Wheeler, Cuomo and Deblasio who happen to be residents of the worst hits cities and states.

I appreciate the harsh logic of Trump's allowing the voters in these areas to experience what they supported at the polling place. In a way it makes perfect sense. The vast majority of violence is taking place in blue areas... gee, that must be local and home rule at work. No problem, carry on.

If such violence becomes broader and leaches out to towns like Cincinnati, Knoxville, Evansville... or many small towns not in the blue regions - then Trump should invoke this act because at that point anyone living in the US will be at imminent risk of violence.


I vill trransmit this information to Vladimir.



by Hillarys Colon, Tuesday, September 01, 2020, 21:45 (25 days ago) @ Pepe the Programmer

They support all this and are down with it. Than so be it. LET EM BURN.

The bad thing is the left will move to non-left areas and ruin them.

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