Lying Scumbag-in-chief

Army National Guard commander Adam DeMarco will testify on Tuesday that Park Police’s use of force in the clearing of Lafayette Square last month was an “unnecessary” and “unprovoked” escalation that he and his fellow National Guardsmen viewed as “deeply disturbing.”…

DeMarco’s testimony, previewed in a written statement released by the House Natural Resources Committee on Monday, contradicts statements made by Attorney General Bill Barr and the Trump administration about the controversial clearing of protesters, which preceded President Trump’s visit to St. John’s Church for a photo op…

“The events I witnessed at Lafayette Square on the evening of June 1 were deeply disturbing to me, and to fellow National Guardsmen. Having served in a combat zone, and understanding how to assess threat environments, at no time did I feel threatened by the protestors or assess them to be violent.”

“It was my observation that the use of force against demonstrators in the clearing operation was an unnecessary escalation of the use of force. From my observation, those demonstrators – our fellow American citizens — were engaged in the peaceful expression of their First Amendment rights. Yet they were subjected to an unprovoked escalation and excessive use of force.”

Trump and his pimps – like Barr – follow the usual corrupt playbook of rewriting history to try to cover their butts. They add the special flair which has become a style point for today’s Republican Party. They’ll insert denial, lies, even while the criminal act is in progress.

I know their followers are dimbulbs who will accept any crap lies from these clowns…and I guess they can be counted on to deny video and testimony from the officer-in-charge, as well. A special kind of roadblocked brain.

2 thoughts on “Lying Scumbag-in-chief

  1. Déjà vu says:

    “Attorney General William Barr accuses congressional Democrats of seeking to discredit him because of his investigation into the origins of the FBI’s Russia probe, in a combative opening statement for Tuesday’s hearing before the House Judiciary Committee.
    In Barr’s prepared remarks, which were provided to CNN by the Justice Department on Monday, the attorney general says he has acted independently of President Donald Trump in the decisions he’s made in several criminal cases he’s handled.” https://www.cnn.com/2020/07/27/politics/barr-hearing-preview-opening-statement/index.html
    Barr’s opening statement:” https://www.cnn.com/2020/07/27/politics/attorney-general-william-barr-opening-statement-for-house-hearing/index.html
    “House Judiciary Committee Chairman Jerrold Nadler, D-N.Y., was involved in a car accident Tuesday morning on his way to Washington but was not injured, a Nadler spokesman said — in turn delaying a highly anticipated hearing with Attorney General Bill Barr.” https://www.foxnews.com/politics/nadler-involved-in-car-accident-but-unhurt-barr-hearing-delayed
    “Obstruction of Justice: It’s not the Crime, it’s the Cover-up” https://www.jdsupra.com/legalnews/obstruction-of-justice-it-s-not-the-34658/

  2. Footnote says:

    “Michael Cohen’s book about his years as Donald Trump’s fixer is a clarion call to Christians to wake up; recognize the man many of them revere as a heavenly agent is a religious fraud; and act.
    Trump loathes Christians and mocks their faith, but pretends to believe if it suits his purposes.
    In Disloyal, published today, Cohen shows how Trump is a master deceiver. He quotes Trump calling Christianity and its religious practices “bullshit,” then soon after masterfully posing as a fervent believer. In truth, Cohen writes, Trump’s religion is unbridled lust for money and power at any cost to others.
    Cohen’s insider stories add significant depth to my own documentation of Trump’s repeated and public denouncements of Christians as “fools,” “idiots” and “schmucks.”
    In extensive writing and speeches, Trump has declared his life philosophy is “revenge.” That stance is aggressively anti-Christian. So are Trump’s often publicly expressed desires to violently attack others, mostly women, and his many remarks that he derives pleasure from ruining the lives of people over such minor matters as declining to do him a favor.What he really thinks: Trump mocks Christians, calls them “fools” and “schmucks” (David Cay Johnston,
    September 11, 2020) https://www.salon.com/2020/09/11/what-he-really-thinks-trump-mocks-christians-calls-them-fools-and-schmucks_partner/

    “Christianity will have power, if I’m there, you’re going to have plenty of power, you don’t need anybody else. You’re going to have somebody representing you very, very well. Remember that.” Donald Trump, during a campaign rally in Sioux City Iowa, January 2016. https://www.nytimes.com/2020/08/09/us/evangelicals-trump-christianity.html

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