Opinion Bloody Gina, and Bonesaw. Trump supports literal monsters

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  1. VivaRevolution

    VivaRevolution Whoopin' Belt

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    I was inside the CIA’s Langley, Va., headquarters on Sept. 11, 2001. Like all Americans, I was traumatized, and I volunteered to go overseas to help bring al-Qaeda’s leaders to justice. I headed counterterrorism operations in Pakistan from January to May 2002. My team captured dozens of al-Qaeda fighters, including senior training-camp commanders. One of the fighters whom I played an integral role in capturing was Abu Zubaida, mistakenly thought at the time to be the third-ranking person in the militant group.

    By that May, the CIA had decided to torture him. When I returned to CIA headquarters that month, a senior officer in the Counterterrorism Center asked me if I wanted to be “trained in the use of enhanced interrogation techniques.” I had never heard the term, so I asked what it meant. After a brief explanation, I declined. I said that I had a moral and ethical problem with torture and that — the judgment of the Justice Department notwithstanding — I thought it was illegal.

    Unfortunately, there were plenty of people in the U.S. government who were all too willing to allow the practice to go on. One of them was Gina Haspel, whom President Trump nominated Tuesday as the CIA’s next director.


    https://www.google.com/amp/s/www.wa...07884e-27f8-11e8-874b-d517e912f125_story.html

    The New York Times: Mohammed bin Salman nicknamed in Washington "bone saw"

    https://www.google.com/amp/s/www.wa...07884e-27f8-11e8-874b-d517e912f125_story.html


    Does anyone actually defend these monsters, other than Trump?

    Is their any Trump folk here, who want to put their username next to supporting people who literally murder and torture people?

    No hyperbole here. Donald Trump, you are a piece of shit, and shame our nation every day you hold office while standing next to the scum of the earth.

    Discuss........
     
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  2. Scheme

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    Would like to see any Trump lovers support this picture

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    There is literally only one thing this picture can mean and I don't see how any Trump lover could defend it.
     
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  3. Ornife

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    Seems to be standard operating procedure for the United States.
     
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  4. KAZSoliloquy

    KAZSoliloquy 10/10 on Pitchfork Yellow Card

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    trump is an idiot and he sucks but every politician who has ever held any significant office is guilty of “supporting people who literally murder and torture people”
     
  5. abiG

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  6. sniper

    sniper so poor.... and so black

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    Unfortunately, if you dont do what your masters tell you.... you are on the clock.

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  7. VivaRevolution

    VivaRevolution Whoopin' Belt

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    That maybe true, but what i know for a fact, is that no president has ever stood in front of cameras, and told people he is a piece of shit.

    We should probably do something about that, unless you like presidents standing up and announcing to the world that they are morally bankrupt, and human garbage.
     
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  8. VivaRevolution

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    VivaRevolution Whoopin' Belt

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    That is probably true, but at least they whispered in my ear sweet nothings while they fucked me.

    Getting raw dogged and called a dumb whore while you do it, is where I draw the line.
     
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    Try imagining you are a piece of human garbage too, so you feel he is relatable.
     
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    Literally hitler
     
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    That doesn't so bad if you put it like that.
     
  14. bobgeese

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    Implying the US hasn’t been in bed with the Saudis my whole lifetime...


    <{cruzshake}>
     
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    yeah but Trump is in bed on his own with them.

    this is where I draw the line. you either support the nation, or you support the man himself.


    a lot of Trump followers support him over the nation. they are definitively & purely anti-Americans.

    I'll give you the benefit of the doubt & deem you a follower of our nation, as a fellow New Yorker & all.

    but that distinction needs to be made.
     
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  16. tkotom

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    Why are you pretending like Obama didn’t support Saudi Arabia’s incursions into Yemen? He was the guy who gave them the green light to start the whole thing. Same in Syria and same in Libya, he greenlighted assassinating Ghadaffi and gave billions to rebels.

    Trump is trying not to involve in a foreign country killing one of their own anti government, Islamist “journalists” and that’s worse to you than Obama chasing a foreign nation’s leader with a drone, blowing his convoy up and sending his country literally back to the slave age.

    What the fuck is wrong with some of you people?
     
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  17. nostradumbass

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    What does that even mean? What does the guy do that is anti-American? Our last president said he wanted to "fundamentally transform" the country. Supporting a guy who wants to fundamentally transform the country seems a lot more unamerican than Trump lowering taxes.
     
  18. tkotom

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    This is a complete lie lol.

    You have no evidence to support this statement. It is completely absurd.

    Saudi Arabia literally gave Hillary a check for $20,000,000 when she ran for president and that’s the disclosed amount.

    Where are you on that connection?
     
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  19. The Merchant

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    Should look up the Safari club. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Safari_Club

    "The United States was not a member of the group, but was involved to some degree, particularly through its Central Intelligence Agency. Henry Kissinger is credited with the American strategy of supporting the Safari Club implicitly—allowing it to fulfill American objectives by proxy without risking direct responsibility.[14] This function became particularly important after the U.S. Congress passed the War Powers Resolution in 1973 and the Clark Amendment in 1976, reacting against covert military actions orchestrated within the government's Executive branch.[15]"

    It came about precisely cause of Bush sr contacts.
     
  20. Quipling

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    Yeah, you like that you fucking retard, don't you?
     
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