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  • If true, yes he should and he should be prosecuted. "Child porn" is images of child abuse and anybody who possesses it is an accessory to abuse.
  • If true, I think he should lose his freedom.
  • Considering his Boston origins and Brandies University alma mater, it isn't surprising. He hails from a significantly Blue area of the country, suggesting a belief that laws don't apply to him. Perhaps the connection to Florida and a possible opportunity to slam Conservatives yet again excited you. I'm with you, however. If found guilty, he should lose his job and do prison time the same as any scum who abuses children.
    • Victorine
      Your assumptions are indicative of an utterly unintelligent and ignorant mindset, dear. They also imply anti-Semitism. If you genuinely believe that the residents of blue states are all pedophiles, you need to be in psychiatric care, as I've suggested before. You are not compos mentis, nor are you particularly bright. Pedophilia and a taste for child porn are equal-opportunity crimes. Political persuasions are utterly irrelevant, as anyone with a modicum of intelligence is full aware. Get professional help, sweetie. You need it.
    • Hulk70156
      1465 Re" He hails from a significantly Blue area of the country, suggesting a belief that laws don't apply to him." So Democrats don't think the laws don't apply to them? What about the time Bush Jr fired 41 attorneys general simultaneously, How Bush Sr invaded Panama on the same day his brother was indicted for fraud in the S&L scandal. What about the time Trump refused to put his company is a blind trust, How about Trump pardoning Michael Milliken - the junk bond king? You like to troll don't you?
    • 1465
      The United States recognizes the legal separation of church and state. "Antisemitism" is not a valid defense against a political entity - it can only be used in defense of the cultural and religious aspect of the Jews. If you knew the difference between Zionism and Judaism you'd know that.
    • 1465
      1) It's not against the law to fire AGs. 2) How is invading Panama "illegal"? It may have been an unpopular move considering the circumstances, but I'm sure that one didn't have anything to do with the other. 3) Was it a legal requirement for Trump to put his company in a blind trust? If you want to go that route, let's discuss Biden and his involvement in his son's foreign "enterprises" - especially with China. And what about Hunter's sudden art "talent"? That is nothing but a money laundering scam and the world knows it. The key difference is that Trump's company was not corrupt - Everything Hunter Biden did (benefitting from his family name) was corrupt as is his father. 4) You want to compare presidential pardons? Trump granted 237 acts of clemency during his four years in the White House - Obama, granted clemency 1,927 times over the course of eight years in office, the highest total of any president going back to Harry Truman.
  • Were the emails sent to a whitehouse.gov address?
  • well that leaves him open to all kinds of blackmail; political, financial, and treasonous. losing his job should be the least of his worries.
  • well that leaves him open to all kinds of blackmail; political, financial, and treasonous. losing his job should be the least of his worries.
  • well that leaves him open to all kinds of blackmail; political, financial, and treasonous. losing his job should the least of his worries.
    • 1465
      I agree with you all three times. LOL.
  • Possession of child porn is illegal. He'll be going to prison most likely. Losing his job is going to be the least of his worries, but yes, he should be fired.
  • wont he be going to jail? I don't think a convicted criminal can be a lawyer?
  • Yes. Probably part of the elite paedophille ring.

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