Today’s Twitter picks …

Yes, abortion IS celebrated by the left, protestations to the contrary.

I keep thinking about how some people are slapped on the hand for the same crimes for which others are severely penalized. Seven to nine years in prison for a man in his late 60’s? What did he do? He lied, as so many others have done.

I guess my question is, why don’t they just fire her?

I have no words.

Our President.

I agree, but will it happen?

Good news.

What new hell is this?

Funny …

NOT funny.

Yup. We’re the best, but you wouldn’t know it from most media reports.

News from New Hampshire.

Love this!

Charlie’s prayer.

Have a great day!

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7 Responses to Today’s Twitter picks …

  1. czarina33 says:

    Things we keep waiting for: the end of persecution of Stone and Flynn, equal justuce for Leftists and lawbreakers, and strong voter ID application. We are a country of laws. Apply them correctly.

    Liked by 3 people

  2. Lucille says:

    WHOA! Twitter Punishes Wife of General Flynn – Takes Away ALL OF PEOPLE SHE WAS FOLLOWING After She Defends Her Husband in a Tweet …Updated
    by Jim Hoft – February 11, 2020

    Liked by 2 people

  3. rumpole2 says:

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  4. rumpole2 says:

    I do UNDERSTAND that many people HATE trump. TDS is very real.
    It seems the DIMS really do see beating Trump as the main consideration in the next election (or by any means outside an election), but I would submit that they are not thinking, even as far as the day after Trump was gone, and their guy was in. NONE of the DIM candidates are a serious choice to be POTUS.

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  5. rumpole2 says:

    Omar Khadr

    Omar Ahmed Sayid Khadr (born September 19, 1986) is a Canadian who at the age of 15 was detained by the United States at Guantanamo Bay for ten years, during which he pleaded guilty to the murder of U.S. Army Sergeant 1st Class Christopher Speer and other charges. He later appealed his conviction, claiming that he falsely pleaded guilty so that he could return to Canada where he remained in custody for three additional years. Khadr sued the Canadian government for infringing his rights under the Charter of Rights and Freedoms; this lawsuit was settled in 2017 with a CA$10.5 million payment and an apology by the federal government.


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