WASHINGTON (AP) — A career Army officer on Donald Trump’s National Security Council testified Tuesday he was duty-bound to object to the president’s clearly “improper” phone call seeking Ukrainian...
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Neither “improper” nor “unusual” are crimes. Do you know what are crimes though? Sedition, conspiracy, and false official statements before Congress. Oh, and attempted coup d’etat. That’s a pretty big crime too.

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Country will end badly if this keeps up.

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An officer of the United States Military may not while in uniform endorse nor represent to endorse a political party, nor may he openly disparage POTUS to his subordinates or others. This officer needs to be stripped of rank and dismissed from Service IAW UCMJ.

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Fuckin' commie bastards in the press are just going to keep it up......

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Isn't it funny that all these unelected deep-state wankers can testify to what they believe is improper? News flash: No one cares what you think is improper. You weren't elected to anything. Improper is for the electorate to decide. Next November. I have spoken.

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You know how to find Washington DC?

You go north til you smell it.... and east til you step in it!!

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