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 09/23/2022 07:17 AM
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RustyTruck

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'Denied': Judge smacks down Alan Dershowitz's demand that the FBI return Mike Lindell's phone


By David Badash,The New Civil Rights Movement


My Pillow CEO Mike Lindell will not be getting his cell phone back any time soon, even after his new lawyer, Alan Dershowitz, demanded it from a federal court in their First, Fourth, Fifth, and Sixth Amendment lawsuit against Attorney General Merrick Garland and FBI Director Chris Wray.

Lindell's phone was seized by federal agents at an Indiana Hardee's drive-thru after a duck hunting trip the shredded foam entrepreneur and right-wing conspiracy theorist recently took. Last week he accused the federal government of engaging in "Gestapo tactics" for taking his phone, despite a warrant that shows he is reportedly under investigation for possible identity theft, conspiring to damage a protected computer connected to a suspected voting equipment security breach, and conspiracy to defraud the United States.

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 09/23/2022 08:35 AM
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In other news, multiple whistleblowers are coming out regarding how corrupt and out of control the FBI has become:

"FBI field offices in Miami, Salt Lake City, Buffalo, and Newark face accusations that their upper management coerced agents to sign false affidavits, inflated terrorism caseloads to improve their apparent performance, engaged in illicit sexual activities, or concealed those of others, according to the Washington Times.

"The FBI is completely out of control and its culture and structure need to change. Not only is the political bias completely out of control and disgustingly obvious, the FBI knows they will not be held accountable for their illegal behavior and misconduct," said one Whistleblower in a letter to Rep. Louis Gohmert (R-Tx) of the House Judiciary Committee. This whistleblower alleged that FBI Director Christopher Wray ignored her allegations of sexual misconduct."



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 09/23/2022 08:37 AM
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Never trust a crackhead....
 09/23/2022 09:25 AM
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Originally posted by: OBX
" said one Whistleblower in a letter to Rep. Louis Gohmert (R-Tx) of the House Judiciary Committee. This whistleblower alleged that FBI Director Christopher Wray ignored her allegations of sexual misconduct."


This Rep. Louis Gohmert (R-Tx) ?

"This January, Gohmert, who turned 69 on Thursday, leaves office having defined his 17-year congressional career with conspiracy, conflict and fomenting anger.

Some of his most memorable controversies include the time he compared homosexuality to bestiality. Or when he said Hillary Clinton was "mentally impaired." Or when he speculated that wearing a mask is what caused him to catch COVID-19. Or when he compared former President Barack Obama to Adolf Hitler. Or when he said the canceling of a television show for homophobic remarks by its hosts was on par with Nazism. Or when he said he was grieving over the arrests of rioters involved in the Jan. 6 insurrection.

Gohmert was a precursor to former President Donald Trump's brand of populist, establishment-bucking conservatism that delights in offending progressives and makes no apologies for spreading misinformation."

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 09/23/2022 09:54 AM
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Gohmert is a piece of shit.

"He entered the Republican primary for attorney general last November - months after the other candidates, including incumbent Ken Paxton - and raised by far the least amount of money. He came in last place."




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 09/23/2022 11:17 AM
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WG

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You folks are consistent,
I'll give you that.
The Leader tells you
what to believe,
when to fear,
who to hate
and ya'll jump dutifully onboard.

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 09/23/2022 11:26 AM
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Originally posted by: WG
Originally posted by: OBX " said one Whistleblower in a letter to Rep. Louis Gohmert (R-Tx) of the House Judiciary Committee. This whistleblower alleged that FBI Director Christopher Wray ignored her allegations of sexual misconduct."
This Rep. Louis Gohmert (R-Tx) ? "This January, Gohmert, who turned 69 on Thursday, leaves office having defined his 17-year congressional career with conspiracy, conflict and fomenting anger. Some of his most memorable controversies include the time he compared homosexuality to bestiality. Or when he said Hillary Clinton was "mentally impaired." Or when he speculated that wearing a mask is what caused him to catch COVID-19. Or when he compared former President Barack Obama to Adolf Hitler. Or when he said the canceling of a television show for homophobic remarks by its hosts was on par with Nazism. Or when he said he was grieving over the arrests of rioters involved in the Jan. 6 insurrection. Gohmert was a precursor to former President Donald Trump's brand of populist, establishment-bucking conservatism that delights in offending progressives and makes no apologies for spreading misinformation." texastribune
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 09/23/2022 11:34 AM
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http://twitter.com/i/status/1336427393272176647

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 09/23/2022 12:58 PM
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Originally posted by: WG

You folks are consistent,

I'll give you that.

The Leader tells you

what to believe,

when to fear,

who to hate

and ya'll jump dutifully onboard.


Yep...thats what commie demoshits do......

Spot on!

 09/23/2022 03:30 PM
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all y'all who mention his name are pillow people sheeep baaaaaaaa
 09/23/2022 06:16 PM
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 09/24/2022 06:14 AM
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Originally posted by: tpapablo

Originally posted by: WG

Originally posted by: OBX

" said one Whistleblower in a letter to Rep. Louis Gohmert (R-Tx) of the House Judiciary Committee. This whistleblower alleged that FBI Director Christopher Wray ignored her allegations of sexual misconduct."




This Rep. Louis Gohmert (R-Tx) ?



"This January, Gohmert, who turned 69 on Thursday, leaves office having defined his 17-year congressional career with conspiracy, conflict and fomenting anger.



Some of his most memorable controversies include the time he compared homosexuality to bestiality. Or when he said Hillary Clinton was "mentally impaired." Or when he speculated that wearing a mask is what caused him to catch COVID-19. Or when he compared former President Barack Obama to Adolf Hitler. Or when he said the canceling of a television show for homophobic remarks by its hosts was on par with Nazism. Or when he said he was grieving over the arrests of rioters involved in the Jan. 6 insurrection.



Gohmert was a precursor to former President Donald Trump's brand of populist, establishment-bucking conservatism that delights in offending progressives and makes no apologies for spreading misinformation."



texastribune


Progs, incapable of seeing the forest for the trees.


Yea, well, that makes zero sense. lol



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