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Two weeks ago, according to a source, Bannon did a spitball analysis of the Cabinet to see which members would remain loyal to Trump in the event the 25th Amendment were invoked, thereby triggering a vote to remove the president from office. Bannon recently told people he’s not sure if Trump would survive such a vote,”

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  1. A real liberal fever dream would be if the Constitution's magical powers were triggered by the touch of Zombie Abraham Lincoln (reanimated in an epic lightning storm), and burst forth a beam of energy that struck every one of those traitorous slimebalks and their enablers, causing them to spontaneously bust into flames and melting their faces in the classic Ark of the Covenant styling befitting of all Nazi supporters. But impeachment and removal would be a good first step.

    1. Ma'am? We've explored what you asked us to do, and it seems there's a hiccup. You see, to power the suit, the technology actually doesn't exist…

    1. He's great in concert. I saw him in Dallas and Amarillo. My Feet Are Smiling is one of my favorite records despite it's recording quality!

        1. I'm not sure. I haven't kept up although it seems he comes to Austin almost every year. I'd like to know how his hands are. His nails bust be 1/4" thick!

          1. As he moved away from fingerpicks, he also moved away from the 12-string. Hard to grab just one of a string pair with your nails. Also and too, your nails don't get stronger as you age. Pretty much like the rest of the parts.

    1. They have Manafort dead to rights on tax evasion, with a strong paper trail. Manafort is 70 years old and facing 12 years in prison; there's no parole in the federal prison system, and terms longer than 10 years are not served at Club-Fed-style places like Allenwood. He is going to prison unless (1) tRump pardons him; or (2) he gives up tRump. That's why his attorney's statement to the press was a wet kiss to tRump.

      Tough call!

      1. Tax evasion would also be a state crime, right? Meaning that Donald couldn't pardon him for that?

        Go, Eric Schneiderman, go!

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