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  1. ptibobs
    ptibobs says:

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  2. Tex Johnson
    Tex Johnson says:

    Hillary Clinton DID NOT STEAL Classified documents!  Hillary Clinton may or may not have deleted HER emails, but she DID NOT DESTROY Classified documents!  Hillary Clinton DID NOT HIDE Classified documents!  Hillary Clinton DID NOT IGNORE A SUBPOENA to return Classified documents!  Hillary Clinton DID NOT UNLAWFULLY REMOVE TOP SECRET NUCLEAR WEAPONS documents!  Trump's claim that he declassified hundreds or thousands of classified documents can only be used to fool his cult followers (Including LYING Insurrectionist Republican Congressmen and women).  1) Trump will have to prove that he followed declassification procedures!  2) By charging Trump with the 3 CRIMES as specified on the warrant means that it does not matter whether the documents were classified or not!  And 3) NO PRESIDENT on his own accord can declassify TOP SECRET, CLASSIFIED DOCUMENTS RELATING TO NUCLEAR WEAPONS!!!!

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  3. Shine s
    Shine s says:

    It was painful watching Savannah attacking Pelosi I dont watch this live show usually but when I did today I was like whoa is SG gona let Pelosi talk she kept interrupting her..and Pelosi sounded sharp smart and educated in the midst of SG acting like child who is not at all interested in any fact that isnt her own view. Really. SG needs to have respect..she seems overworked.. like she's trying to prove that she can work daily and be mom and wife..it appears shes on short temper. Needs Saturday off. It was rude unpleasant and not a good look for Today Show overall bc SG was not cool at all she was a real turn off. Pelosi actually looked so well put together glad shes in charge. I dont like the Savannah types. Wanna be and dying to stay on top by bullying or something. Messy. Gona get messier. She needs replaced periodically….its a long week

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  4. Tibore Goldberger
    Tibore Goldberger says:

    Please watch your history lessons on Adolf Hitler Nazi Democratic party now they're in America Adolf Hitler and the Nazis or Germany or enjoying America Democratic Nazis anti-semites and racistNazi persecution of political opponents exacted a terrible price in human suffering. Between 1933 and 1939, the criminal courts sentenced tens of thousands of Germans for "political crimes." If the police were confident of a conviction in court, the prisoner was turned over to the justice system for trial. If the police were unsatisfied with the outcome of criminal proceedings they would take the acquitted citizen or the citizen who was sentenced to a suspended sentence into protective detention and incarcerate him or her in a concentration camp. On the eve of World War II, concentration camps held about 25,000 inmates, most of them political prisoners.

    Ernst Thaelmann, leader of the German Communist Party, was detained during a mass arrest of Communists following the fire that virtually … [LCID: 78531]
    Communist leader Ernst Thaelmann
    Ernst Thaelmann, leader of the German Communist Party, was detained during a mass arrest of Communists following the fire that virtually destroyed the Reichstag (German parliament) building. Germany, date uncertain.

    DIZ Muenchen GMBH, Sueddeutscher Verlag Bilderdienst
    Anti-Nazi politicians and union workers either fled Germany or faced long-term confinement in a concentration camp. Ernst Thälmann, leader of the German Communist party since 1925 and one-time candidate for the German presidency, for example, had been arrested after the fire that destroyed German parliament building in 1933. He spent more than 11 years in the camps. The SS killed him in Buchenwald concentration camp on August 18, 1944, during an air raid on a nearby factory.

    After 1939, with new territorial conquests and larger groups of potential prisoners, the concentration camp system expanded rapidly both in the number of prisoners and in geographic locations. Concentration camps increasingly became sites where the SS killed targeted groups of real or perceived enemies of Nazi Germany. Those used as forced laborers were deliberately undernourished and mistreated with the intent that they be "annihilated by work." Many prisoners died of starvation, disease, mistreatment or accident while at hard labor.

    Author(s): United States Holocaust Memorial Museum, Washington, DC
    SEE ALSO
    Nazi Camps
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    Nazi Camps
    RELATED LINKS
    USC Shoah Foundation—Living Histories: Vera Laska, Political Prisoner (external link)

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  5. Tibore Goldberger
    Tibore Goldberger says:

    America the air of America is not filled with freedom anymore and Liberty it's filled with lies of the Democratic party racist ideology and it's filled with the poison of the democratic party at decemberism brutality have we Americans are working in the Nazi Democratic party dictatorship of Adolf HitlerFire in the Reichstag: a first step towards the dictatorshipBefore long, Hitler claimed more power. The fire in the Reichstag, the parliament building, was a key moment in this development. On 27 February 1933, guards noticed the flames blazing through the roof. They overpowered the suspected arsonist, a Dutch communist named Marinus van der Lubbe. He was executed after a show trial in 1934. Evidence of any accomplices was never found.The Nazi leadership was quick to arrive at the scene. An eyewitness said that upon seeing the fire, Göring called out: ‘This is the beginning of the Communist revolt, they will start their attack now! Not a moment must be lost!' Before he could go on, Hitler shouted: 'There will be no mercy now. Anyone who stands in our way will be cut down.’The next morning, President Von Hindenburg promulgated the Reichstag Fire Decree. It formed the basis for the dictatorship. The civil rights of the German people were curtailed. Freedom of expression was no longer a matter of course and the police could arbitrarily search houses and arrest people. The political opponents of the Nazis were essentially outlawed.

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