Trump Lawyer Says Krebs Should Be ‘Taken Out at Dawn and Shot’ for Defending Election

CommanderFish

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Jan 9, 2011
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“Anybody who thinks the election went well, like that idiot Krebs who used to be the head of cybersecurity that guy is a class A moron. He should be drawn and quartered. Taken out at dawn and shot,” diGenova, who is also a former U.S. Attorney, said during an appearance on the Howie Carr show, broadcast on Newsmax, in comments first reported by The Bulwark.
 

cooly

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Jan 23, 2006
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Trump and the Trump crime family are domestic terrorists. They can no longer have a platform and need to be removed from all social media /press coverage immediately. Trumps stupid ass is still tweeting everyday about this shit being a hoax and he's trying to rally his base to get more violent.
 

lawnboy

Can I get uhhhh
May 5, 2000
33,246
Pittsburgh, PA
Trump and the Trump crime family are domestic terrorists. They can no longer have a platform and need to be removed from all social media /press coverage immediately. Trumps stupid ass is still tweeting everyday about this shit being a hoax and he's trying to rally his base to get more violent.

Lucky for us, that base gets smaller by the day, erroding down to ultra-concentrated morons.
 

TenSteel

*walks in Spanish*
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Nov 11, 2001
34,720
San Diego
Lucky for us, that base gets smaller by the day, erroding down to ultra-concentrated morons.
LOL nope

The Republican party is the Trump Cult now, and there's no going back. At least not anytime soon.


A rational political party would see the Trump presidency as a mistake and attempt to pivot away from it as quickly as possible. Some people—such as George W. Bush or Mitt Romney—are attempting to move on from the president. But the main body of the GOP is not. They are standing by Trump, either openly and defiantly, or meekly and abstractly, using dog whistles like wanting to count “legal votes,” because as much as party elites might want to jettison Trump, neither Donald Trump nor the base of Republican voters will let them.

Consider that the majority of Republican leaders in the house and senate have been largely silent through this entire sham of attempting to undermine the election system. It's something they should all take issue with, but have not.
 

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