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1 month ago  ::  Jul 02, 2022 - 8:46PM #331
louisiana_lightning
Posts: 21,962

Jul 2, 2022 -- 8:33PM, SSBob wrote:


Jul 2, 2022 -- 8:18PM, louisiana_lightning wrote:


Jul 2, 2022 -- 4:51PM, SSBob wrote:


Jul 2, 2022 -- 4:47PM, louisiana_lightning wrote:


Jul 2, 2022 -- 4:23PM, SSBob wrote:


Jul 2, 2022 -- 2:34PM, louisiana_lightning wrote:


It seems according to the people she was relaying the stories from that she didn't actually witness.




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She made that beyond clear in her testimony. Apparently you weren't paying attention. 




Why did she want to follow someone she though was a madman to Mar-A-Lago?




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What does that have to do with your original post?


Oh wait...it's LL. Nothing, of course.




It has a great deal to do with it.  She hasn't had a full time job since leaving the White House.  It was clear she intended to and wanted to work at Mar-A-Lago after January 6th.  She decided to testify about things she heard only after changing counsel.  She doesn't have the income to retain her own attorney.  The commission can not get first hand accounts or corroborating accounts to her testimony.  Who is paying her current legal cousel?  Why would she want to follow the man she believes did the things she testified about to Mar-A-Lago?


Maybe Hutchinson is a medium or a clairvoyant, this disturbing tweet is from a BU History Professor who has taught at MIT


twitter.com/HC_Richardson/status/1541844...




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Is your mind really as scrambled as your posts strongly suggest?


LL: It seems according to the people she was relaying the stories from that she didn't actually witness. 


Me: She made that beyond clear in her testimony. Apparently you weren't paying attention.  


LL: Why did she want to follow someone she though was a madman to Mar-A-Lago? 


Me: What does that have to do with your original post? 


LL: It has a great deal to do with it







She chose to testify about things that can't be corroborated after changing legal counsel.  This doesn't seem credible or at least provable.  Her pursuing a job in Mar-A-Lago with the knowledge of what she claims she was told happened on January 6th seems bizarre.  Knowing who is currently paying her legal counsel could add some context.


That is unless you agree with Professor Heather Cox Richardson that she has the gift.

1 month ago  ::  Jul 02, 2022 - 8:48PM #332
SSBob
Posts: 10,950

Jul 2, 2022 -- 8:46PM, louisiana_lightning wrote:


Jul 2, 2022 -- 8:33PM, SSBob wrote:


Jul 2, 2022 -- 8:18PM, louisiana_lightning wrote:


Jul 2, 2022 -- 4:51PM, SSBob wrote:


Jul 2, 2022 -- 4:47PM, louisiana_lightning wrote:


Jul 2, 2022 -- 4:23PM, SSBob wrote:


Jul 2, 2022 -- 2:34PM, louisiana_lightning wrote:


It seems according to the people she was relaying the stories from that she didn't actually witness.




~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~


She made that beyond clear in her testimony. Apparently you weren't paying attention. 




Why did she want to follow someone she though was a madman to Mar-A-Lago?




~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~


What does that have to do with your original post?


Oh wait...it's LL. Nothing, of course.




It has a great deal to do with it.  She hasn't had a full time job since leaving the White House.  It was clear she intended to and wanted to work at Mar-A-Lago after January 6th.  She decided to testify about things she heard only after changing counsel.  She doesn't have the income to retain her own attorney.  The commission can not get first hand accounts or corroborating accounts to her testimony.  Who is paying her current legal cousel?  Why would she want to follow the man she believes did the things she testified about to Mar-A-Lago?


Maybe Hutchinson is a medium or a clairvoyant, this disturbing tweet is from a BU History Professor who has taught at MIT


twitter.com/HC_Richardson/status/1541844...




~~~~~~~~~~~~~~


Is your mind really as scrambled as your posts strongly suggest?


LL: It seems according to the people she was relaying the stories from that she didn't actually witness. 


Me: She made that beyond clear in her testimony. Apparently you weren't paying attention.  


LL: Why did she want to follow someone she though was a madman to Mar-A-Lago? 


Me: What does that have to do with your original post? 


LL: It has a great deal to do with it




She chose to testify about things that can't be corroborated after changing legal counsel.  This doesn't seem credible or at least provable.  Her pursuing a job in Mar-A-Lago with the knowledge of what she claims she was told happened on January 6th seems bizarre.  Knowing who is currently paying her legal counsel could add some context.




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Again...it's amazing anyone takes you seriously. There's a screw loose somewhere.

1 month ago  ::  Jul 02, 2022 - 8:59PM #333
louisiana_lightning
Posts: 21,962

Jul 2, 2022 -- 8:48PM, SSBob wrote:


Jul 2, 2022 -- 8:46PM, louisiana_lightning wrote:


Jul 2, 2022 -- 8:33PM, SSBob wrote:


Jul 2, 2022 -- 8:18PM, louisiana_lightning wrote:


Jul 2, 2022 -- 4:51PM, SSBob wrote:


Jul 2, 2022 -- 4:47PM, louisiana_lightning wrote:


Jul 2, 2022 -- 4:23PM, SSBob wrote:


Jul 2, 2022 -- 2:34PM, louisiana_lightning wrote:


It seems according to the people she was relaying the stories from that she didn't actually witness.




~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~


She made that beyond clear in her testimony. Apparently you weren't paying attention. 




Why did she want to follow someone she though was a madman to Mar-A-Lago?




~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~


What does that have to do with your original post?


Oh wait...it's LL. Nothing, of course.




It has a great deal to do with it.  She hasn't had a full time job since leaving the White House.  It was clear she intended to and wanted to work at Mar-A-Lago after January 6th.  She decided to testify about things she heard only after changing counsel.  She doesn't have the income to retain her own attorney.  The commission can not get first hand accounts or corroborating accounts to her testimony.  Who is paying her current legal cousel?  Why would she want to follow the man she believes did the things she testified about to Mar-A-Lago?


Maybe Hutchinson is a medium or a clairvoyant, this disturbing tweet is from a BU History Professor who has taught at MIT


twitter.com/HC_Richardson/status/1541844...




~~~~~~~~~~~~~~


Is your mind really as scrambled as your posts strongly suggest?


LL: It seems according to the people she was relaying the stories from that she didn't actually witness. 


Me: She made that beyond clear in her testimony. Apparently you weren't paying attention.  


LL: Why did she want to follow someone she though was a madman to Mar-A-Lago? 


Me: What does that have to do with your original post? 


LL: It has a great deal to do with it




She chose to testify about things that can't be corroborated after changing legal counsel.  This doesn't seem credible or at least provable.  Her pursuing a job in Mar-A-Lago with the knowledge of what she claims she was told happened on January 6th seems bizarre.  Knowing who is currently paying her legal counsel could add some context.




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Again...it's amazing anyone takes you seriously. There's a screw loose somewhere.




Again you attack those that disagree with you rather than the merits of the disagreement.  I find it a true character flaw.  For six and a half years Adam Schiff and the Democrats have been going after Trump for anything and everything they could.  Most of which has proven to be oppo slander.  Losing her job opportunity at Mar-A-Lago seems to be the impetus of Ms Hutchinson's testimony.

1 month ago  ::  Jul 02, 2022 - 9:41PM #334
prof. quiz
Posts: 10,714

Jul 2, 2022 -- 8:59PM, louisiana_lightning wrote:


Losing her job opportunity at Mar-A-Lago seems to be the impetus of Ms Hutchinson's testimony.




The committee subpoenaed her back in Nov to testify. She was a part of the inner circle and her testimony was pretty damning.


How do you know she was going to work at Mar-A-Lago? She never publicly implied it. And even if the job was proven to be real which is highly doubtful, so what? She was under oath and was compelled to tell nothing but the truth. Something so few Rs are willing to do.


Why have so many in the inner circle refused to testify? Why have so many asked for pardons before the fact?








1 month ago  ::  Jul 03, 2022 - 11:55AM #335
SSBob
Posts: 10,950

Jul 2, 2022 -- 8:59PM, louisiana_lightning wrote:


Again you attack those that disagree with you rather than the merits of the disagreement.  




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I will “attack” anyone who continues to support the treasonous sc-bag that is Donnie and his minions, just as I would supporters of any dictator. Of course I'm sure you'd choose to engage in polite political “discussion” with supporters of ”Mao, Castro, Stalin, Kim, Chavez, etc dictators”.


After all, it's just a difference of political philosophy...right?




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