News That Will Drive You To Drink

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Hair Füror, a narcissist orange merde-stain of a man who has never given any consideration to anyone other than hisself tells the courts that he is concerned about the sanctity of the Office of the Presidency and past (and future) occupants.

(CNN)Former President Donald Trump is accusing the House select committee investigating January 6 of being so aggressive in its pursuit of his White House records that it could permanently damage the presidency, according to a court filing from his legal team on Wednesday.

Trump is appealing a lower court’s decision that his records should be turned over to the committee. The Biden administration and the US House are unified in opposing the former President’s efforts to keep the records secret, arguing that more than 700 pages including White House call logs and notes from his top advisers should be available to the probe.

“The Appellees’ clear disdain for President Trump is leading them to a course of action that will result in permanent damage to the institution of the presidency,” lawyers for Trump wrote in their reply brief to the DC Circuit Court of Appeals on Wednesday.

“A current president cannot destroy the confidentiality of Executive Branch communications and the important reliance interests attached to that confidentiality for his own political advantage to the detriment of his predecessors and successors,” they continued.

And then they all started giggling, and said, “No man, I mean it,” and collapsed on the floor in paroxysms of laughter, and farts. “Whoops!,” they didn’t add, “Who wrote this shit?”

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11 Responses to News That Will Drive You To Drink

  1. Someone was promised that they would be payed for this dubious product.

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  2. MDavis says:

    Too much like the orphan defense, er, chutzpah definition.


  3. Redhand says:

    The man who literally tried to steal an election for the presidency hires mouthpieces to argue in court about his concern for the “sanctity of the office” after provoking a riot and insurrection in the National Capitol building during the formal tally of the electoral results? Just maybe he’s afraid that his crimes being uncovered? Or is there some “executive privilege” that prevents disclosure of criminal conspiracies at the highest level of our government? Oh yeah, the riot also resulted in a number of deaths.

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  4. FELINE MAMA says:

    Hey Treasonous Idiot, what was that little laying of hands on the Bible and swearing to Preserve, Protect & Defend the Constitution of the US. Oh, and that bit about defending same against all enemies foreign & Domestic ! Oh, never mind.

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  5. roket says:

    Just a simple reminder. Any and all attempts to cover up a crime denote guilt. There’s probably even a passage in the Bible somewhere that says his tongue should be cut out.


    • Like when he fought like hell to keep his DNA from E. Jean Carroll’s lawyers, and even Federalized the case with Low Barr. Funny considering how his DNA would absolutely clear him of a crime he insists didn’t happen.

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      • FELINE MAMA says:

        Right !?! Funny NO ONE mentions this OUT LOUD to this SOB’s face & on faux newz or any other outlet.
        This “Thing” will NEVER pay for ANY illegal, treasonous, inappropriate matter he has done. NEVER!! Even the current DOA will NOT pursue ANYTHING.
        WHAT does this Asshole have over people???? Threats????????

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  6. w3ski4me says:

    If this information is so upsetting then I believe it needs to be published across the nation. If it’s so bad we need to get it out and clean up whatever this mess is before we go on as a country.
    We can no longer hide behind what is good for us when so much wrong has gone on in secret.
    My 2 cents anyway.


  7. spotthedog says:

    Yahoo news link headline calls this a “dramatic legal argument”, mmm-yeah.



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