Trump Tweets His Congrats to AG Barr for Wednesday’s Open Thread

Trump Tweets Logo. Image by Lenny Ghoul.

In a move that will shock no one, the Impeached President spent primary election night, tweeting. Surprise!

While I normally place the tweets in the order, mostly, in which our President Impeached tweets them, for Wednesday’s Open Thread, I will be placing them in subject matter.

New Hampshire Primary Election.

She’s only referred to as “Pocahontas,” by Mr. Impeached.

The mocking of Warren over claiming she was of Native America descent, was to call her Fauxhontas.

He has no idea how mocking works. “Pocahontas,” was a real person named, Amonute, who had the nickname Pocahontas. (Smithsonian Magazine).

Warren came in 4th in New Hampshire, with 25,551 votes as of late last night.

(how did that work out?) Well, I’d say it worked out okay, considering President Trump* is now President Impeached.

Tom Steyer as of last night received 9,871 votes in New Hampshire.

“very low political I.Q.”

A lot of Democratic dropouts equals two.

Pete Buttigieg explains in his Twitter bio that “Bootedgeedge,” should be written as “Boot-Edge-Edge.”

As of last night “Mayor Pete,” was second with 66,760 votes in New Hampshire.

But wait there is more…

Knowing the vote totals is fine, but Delegates are what matters and as the Washington Post reports.

Delegate count following Iowa and New Hampshire.

  1. Pete Buttigieg 23
  2. Bernie Sanders 21.
  3. Elizabeth Warren 8.
  4. Amy Klobuchar 7.
  5. Joe Biden 6.

To secure the Democratic nomination a candidate needs to reach 1,991 Delegates.

Wednesday’s primary reaction tweets.

The above is his current pinned tweet.

The New York Times reports that President Impeached received in Tuesday’s primary 20 delegates with 126,815 85.5 percent of the vote. Bill Weld a long shot Republican challenger received 13, 576 9.2 percent of the vote.

I have been unable to find a list of past Republican primary votes from New Hampshire, aside from Wikipedia.

However, if Wiki is to be believed the President who had the strongest New Hampshire win was Dwight D. Eisenhower, out of the more than 57,000 votes cast, only 600 of them were not for Eisenhower. That gave Eisenhower 95 percent of vote.

Roger Stone.

As the News Blender reported on Tuesday informal campaign adviser to then-Candidate Trump, and longtime friend Roger Stone is scheduled to be sentenced next week. In light of that, President Impeached weighed-in via early morning tweeting, calling the sentence rec’ of seven to nine years a “disgrace.” Following the tweets the DOJ reversed course causing the withdrawal of four prosecutors from the case.

From the original court filing, Stone was convicted of:

Count One: Obstructing a Congressional Investigation in violation of 18 U.S.C. § 1505.
Counts Two-Six of making numerous false statements to Congress in violation of 18 U.S.C. § 1001(a)(2).
Count Seven Witness Tampering a violation of 18 U.S.C. § 1512(b)(1).

The guidelines used (pg.16)

Sentencing memo 02/10/2020 pg. 16.
pg. 16 con’t.

Onward with the rest of the Stone tweets.

Capone spent four and half years in Alcatraz. Just saying.

Judge Amy Berman-Jackson placed Paul Manafort in Solitary Confinement when the DOJ proved that he was tampering with witnesses while under house arrest. As the News Blender reported at the time, Manafort had asked Jackson to not revoke his bail, she denied his request explaining that Manafort abused the trust of the court.

Hillary Clinton has not been charged with a crime. However, the Washington Post explains this might be a reference to a dismissed wrongful death claim brought against her in connection to Benghazi.

Clinton responded via Twitter.

He referenced the Swamp Creature in a Wednesday morning tweet.

(H/T to RoMac) This is a possible reference to James Wolfe.

CNN reported in December 2018 that Judge Ketanji Brown Jackson sentenced Wolfe to two months in prison for lying to the FBI about media contacts. He was also fined $7,500.

NBC News reported in September 2019, that Federal Prosecutors ended their investigation into Tony Podesta regarding a case connected to Ukraine lobbying and Paul Manafort. No charges were filed.

John Podesta, Hillary Clinton’s former campaign manager, was not included in the investigation.

The four men who withdrew from the case, were not exposed, the filling was made public upon their submitting to the court.

Based on my research into the max sentence given for each statute Stone was found guilty of, he could have spent the rest of his life in prison. Witness tampering alone could carry a max of 20 years in prison. Stone’s other charges are 5 years max sentence. (Cornell Law School.)

The four Prosecutors that withdrew from the Stone case, following AG William Barr’s interference at the tweeted direction of the Impeached President.

“cut and ran.”

As a reminder the Impeached President fled a country after he was mocked by other foreign leaders.

President Impeached carries on the Stone theme…

The question appeared over a tweet that asks if the time was right for a FULL PARDON for both Stone and former National Security Adviser Michael Flynn. Fueling speculation that Mr. Impeached might be leaning toward pardons.

Wednesday morning he congratulated his AG for doing the Impeached President’s bidding.

Special Counsel Robert Mueller was appointed long after the Russian Investigation had started. He was appointed in response to the firing of then-FBI Director James Comey. Who President Impeached said he fired in part to stop the Russian Investigation.

The IG found that while the FISA application regarding Carter Page contained errors and omissions, the operation Crossfire Hurricane which was investigating campaign Trump members for connections to Russian Election Interference, was legitimately started.

IG Report pg. ii.
IG Report pg. iii.

Tuesday’s tweet/retweet excluding the tweets featured in Trump Tweets Tuesday Open Thread, was 25.

Wednesday tweet/retweet count so far is 6.


There might be updating.

This is an Open Thread.

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