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  1. Actually, he would have been charged had one of his shots struck her. They cleared the other two officers because they were the one's that were trying to stop her boyfriend who shot at them. The officer that was charged, was not shot at. That's why he got charged.
  2. ‘Trump Was Right’: Explosive New FBI Texts Detail Internal Furor Over Handling Of ‘Crossfire Hurricane’ Investigation Newly disclosed internal FBI notes and text messages detail the extent of the FBI's desire to take down Trump and his associates at any cost. By Sean Davis and Mollie Hemingway SEPTEMBER 24, 2020 Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) agents tasked by fired former Director James Comey to take down Donald Trump during and after the 2016 election were so concerned about the agency’s potentially illegal behavior that they purchased liability insurance to
  3. https://www.courier-journal.com/story/news/crime/2020/06/16/breonna-taylor-fact-check-7-rumors-wrong/5326938002/ This article was first published back in June. It's been updated. It was 7 rumors originally but now's it's been updated to 8 rumors with more info coming out from yesterday.
  4. Actually it's the opposite. That's what others are doing with 'people decide' argument. McConnell spent a lot more time invoking Biden than he did about letting the people decide. McConnell speech breakdown paraphrasing - McConnell for 30 seconds: The people should have a vote because of a lame duck president who's can't be re-elected". McConnell for 5 minutes: Joe Biden said this..... Joe Biden said that.... I agree with Joe Biden that when the Senate and Presidency are controlled by different parties in an election year that the Senate gets to decide whether to confirm the Pr
  5. February 22, 2016 Very first Senate floor remarks following the death of Justice Scalia: SENATE MAJORITY LEADER MITCH McCONNELL (R-KY): “Of course it’s within the president’s authority to nominate a successor even in this very rare circumstance —remember that the Senate has not filled a vacancy arising in an election year when there was divided government since 1888, almost 130 years ago … ” (Sen. McConnell, Remarks, 2/22/2016) February 23, 2016: Very first McConnell press availability following the death of Justice Scalia: SEN. McCONNELL: “You did have to go back to
  6. He also gave another speech March 16, 2016 reiterating the Biden rule. https://www.mcconnell.senate.gov/public/index.cfm?p=PressReleases&ContentRecord_id=50492600-6758-4FC2-928D-302FAB54BEA8&ContentType_id=C19BC7A5-2BB9-4A73-B2AB-3C1B5191A72B&Group_id=b9ad8a82-099c-461d-99e1-b8565e492a8c Edit: You only quoted a piece of McConnell's speech on March 16. His main point was the Biden rule.
  7. If you're talking about Lindsey Graham and other Republicans then yes they've changed their argument since 2016. But Mitch McConnell has been consistent, much more than everyone else on both sides. I posted the speech he gave 10 days after Scalia's death and he absolutely invoked the Biden rule. McConnell has been consistent since February 23, 2016.
  8. I notice you didn't address my point which is that Democrats absolutely would have pushed Garland through in 2016 had they been the majority and would be doing what Republicans are doing in 2020 as well. Republicans maintained the Senate after the 2016 and 2018 elections despite holding up Garland. The voters had a voice and they kept Republicans a majority in the Senate. The argument that Republicans risk losing the Senate if they push through another SC nomination doesn't hold water. Lindsey Graham will lose his seat if he doesn't push hard to confirm a SC nominee. It was Democrat
  9. "later". You mean days later. His first comments immediately following Scalia's death were about voters having a voice but he immediately shifted to Biden's 1992 stance. He's had the Biden stance since 10 days after Sclaia's death. Honestly I'm okay if in the future Democrats want to holdup a Republican president nominee in an election year. But that's obviously not good enough for the left. They want to re-do the entire system and implement all the items on their wish list they've been selling to their base for the last year with SC packing, making D.C. and Puerto Rico states, abolishi
  10. Here's what McConnell said in 2016. A speech he gave 10 days after Scalia's death: FILLING THE SUPREME COURT VACANCY Mr. McCONNELL. Mr. President, the signs of the season are all around us. Volunteers are knocking on doors, [[Page S926]] caucusers are caucusing, voters are voting, and countless ballots have been cast already in places as diverse as Council Bluffs, Nashua, and Myrtle Beach. Thousands more Nevadans are making their voices heard today, and Americans in over a dozen more States will have an opportunity to do the same next week. It is campaign season. We are right i
  11. They invoked the Biden rule in 2016 when the Presidency and the Senate were governed by different parties. No such rule applies to 2020 because both the Presidency and the Senate are governed by the same party.
  12. Do they really believe that under the same circumstances that Democrats wouldn't be doing the exact same thing the Republicans are doing?
  13. Analysis: Senate Russiagate Report Left Big Stones Unturned. Two Were Named Mifsud and Assange. Part 2 of a two-article analysis (Part 1 here). Above, Julian Assange. Like the Special Counsel’s team before it, the Senate Intelligence Committee passed up an interview with the WikiLeaks founder. By Aaron Maté, RealClearInvestigations September 21, 2020 The Senate Select Committee on Intelligence’s fifth and final Russia report has been widely greeted as a vindication of the Russia intrigue that has gripped the nation since 2016. Democratic Sen. Mark Warner says the repor
  14. Blacks are killed by police disproportionately but dismissing crime statistics as having no correlation to blacks killed by police makes no sense. The % of blacks committing violent crime versus the % killed by police are closely in line, there's not a huge gap. Many want to just chalk it all up so 'systemic racism' by police and not look at the fact that blacks are committing a similar % of violent crime to the % of them killed by police. If you're committing a violent crime, you're going to encounter the police. This would be an explanation to the % of blacks killed by police. Facts
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