Former President Donald Trump “probably” will be indicted on criminal charges along with former White House officials as part of a Justice Department investigation of efforts to reverse the 2020 election results nationally, ex-Attorney General Eric Holder said. But Holder suggested Trump is more likely to first face possible criminal charges from a Georgia prosecutor investigating Trump and allies for attempts to undo President Joe Biden’s win there. “I expect you’re going to see the pace of this investigation or these investigations pick up,” Holder said.
So, for #1, pretty sure you're saying that you ARE OK with the guy laughing at you. You know how NON-strong (like big bad Donny) that is, right? Do you wish he could stuff you in a locker, too?
For #2, please do us a favor and compare and contrast the foreign aggression NOT shown during Trump's time and the extra foreign aggression shown during Biden's time. And a persuasive argument for why the difference in aggression was likely attributable to the difference in POTUS.
Additionally, how effective - or non-effective - was any extra aggression during Biden's time. In other words, let's say, HYPOTHETICALLY, that one large country that was, obviously, scared to death of Trump but thought Biden was a patsy invaded a smaller country, but then got it's a** kicked to a significant extent and saw Biden continue to significantly support the smaller country? Is that a win or a loss for Biden?
I'm sure that your response will be a foreign policy tour de force.
Just saw 5 minutes of CNN and you can't watch it without someone predicting Trump is going to be indicted. There is a cottage industry set up there with wishful thinking that they can derail the Trump train. Just not going to happen. Its grass roots. The way our country is set up is that the population centers are in Democratic states, but they do not control the majority of state legislatures. By slowly and surely taking the states over and changing districting and registration laws, Republicans are going to use the constitution to control the dynamics of the national political landscape. Christian nationalism is not an abstract concept, it is the future of our democracy. SCOTUS is now a conservative institution and will remain so for the foreseeable future. If things progress as I think they will there will be enough state legislatures to redraw the constitution to make the country more like it was 40 years ago in the Reagan years.