Mid-Afternoon Stupid Break

Sean pines away his days.

Thumbhead, er, Sean Hannity interviews crazy conspiracy theorist Sidney Powell…

Jeebus, the stupid, it burnssssss!

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12 Responses to Mid-Afternoon Stupid Break

  1. MDavis says:

    Listen to Sean, he knows what he’s talking about! He’s had some contact with LDN, and if Sean says LDN should pardon someone, they need pardoning. (i,e,: he has a good idea of who is guilty of something. )

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    • He should know that the text of a presidential pardon does NOT read:

      “Dec. 3, 1627
      “It is by my order and for the good of the state that the bearer of this has done what he has done.

      That he has to specify the crimes for which the person is being prdoned for and accpeting a pardon is an admission of guilt.

      (This, I’m certain, is why Roger Stone asked for, and got, a commutation of his sentence not a pardon.

      Now he can go to hell his grave proclaiming his innocence of the charges he was convicted of…)

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  2. Dennis Cole says:

    And accepting a Prez Pardon means you relinquish your 5th A rights, and you can be called upon and/or subpoenaed to testify against even the one who pardoned you. And if it turns out that the pardon was issued to help to cover up an actual crime committed by either party, it’s invalid.

    And it turns out that maybe those pardons aren’t worth the paper they’re printed on, and could have been written with invisible ink, for all they’re worth:
    Justice Department investigating potential presidential pardon bribery scheme, court records reveal


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  3. roket says:

    I want to hear more about this so-called ‘self-pardon’ BS. Why force the Supremes into making a politically hot decision when all the dufus has to do is resign and let Pence do all the paperwork? Isn’t there a Gerald Ford Library somewhere? Damn heathens. Who knew the AntiChrist would turn out to be an orange turd.

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    • MDavis says:

      For a more normal person, like Nixon, that would make sense. But we are not dealing with a comparative paragon of virtue, comity and sanity like Nixon.
      I’ve been noticing lately that Pence comes out (heh) in support for all of LDN’s press thingies and stands behind him like his loyal dog. But 1) I doubt that LDN would trust Pence to follow through on that pardon agreement (after all, LDN wouldn’t, so anyone who would must be a sucker and a loser – see the Ford library for details) and B) I’m pretty sure LDN would think it reflects badly on him if he can’t bs his way outta this one.
      Too bad for him he’s canned all the people around him competent enough to make his hints-and-dribble method of “management” work.

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      • Dennis Cole says:

        MD – that was awesome! Nice analysis! So much chicanery involved, and it’s so Machiavaileanly * Shakespearean, EVERYBODY GETS STABBED IN THE BACK, in the end. Even his lapdog AG bit him in the >ahem!<
        MOAR POPCORN!!1!!

        (Sp Chk did NOT like “Machiavaileanly,” but I do.)

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  4. Karla says:

    Wasn’t Hannity another of Michael Cohen’s clients?
    Is Sean dropping hints when he says “… he should be able to pardon anybody that he wants to”?

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