You can’t possibly know how corrupt the government is. The entirety of it is designed to keep you from discovering the extent of it, what they have done, who’s done it and what their agenda-driven purpose for doing it was. This was the only facts that came out of the Durham Report.
People really do need to hang for what they've done. Pure evil.
We need to start a "build the gallows" movement to take care of these motherfuckers. Build a 5 or 6 holer right there on the Capitol steps because we ain't got all day! Save the headliners for last (Hitliary/Obama/Biden, etc) and let the last ones swing until they rot and fall down as a reminder to the rest of what happens when you fuck with Americans!Delete
Screw "5 or 6 holer". I want a double-decker, full-gross, stainless steel masterpiece that will remain in place, in perpetuity, as a reminder to the ones who come after these traitorous fuckbags.Delete
After "The Drop", they need to be strung up from the trees lining The Mall, in order to make way for the subsequent waves of well-deserved Spandau Ballet contestants.
@B.C. May 26, 2023 at 4:48 PMDelete
"as a reminder to the ones who come after these traitorous fuckbags"
"According to Plan" -- I do not think that means, what you think it means.
Fuck giving them 'the drop', pull them off their feet by just over a toe touch of the ground. Let them strangle, kick, jerk and gurgle. Just like Washington did with benedict arnold's accomplice, forget the name, he had two choices, shoot or hang him. Hanging in this manner is most repulsive.....he was caught red handed with the documents proving treason, we have the same situation here. Lamp post #1, and on through town....a good time was had by all...well, most! And the decorations remain in place.ReplyDelete
"The Drop" can be modified by using bungee cords to up the entertainment value. 😀Delete
Benedict Arnold's accomplice was Major John Andre (British), the head of the British spy network in America. He would not normally have been going behind enemy lines, but for the offer of a Major General turning his coat and handing the Brits the fort at West Point (which was blocking the British navy from sailing up the Hudson River), he'd go himself. The small ship he took to meet Arnold just below the fort was discovered and driven downriver, so Andre changed to civilian clothes and tried to ride through the lines - and was caught with papers that revealed the plot.Delete
One of the men who captured him couldn't believe those papers, and sent a note asking Arnold to explain. Arnold fled instead; the Brits failed to gain a fort, but they gained a general and whatever secrets he knew.
Andre claimed that attempting to escape in civvies didn't make him a spy, but Washington decided to treat Andre just like the British treated Nathan Hale. I'm not sure if it had yet been definitely established that a soldier behind enemy lines in civvies is automatically a spy, but the circumstances of returning from a meeting with a traitor and carrying the paperwork for betraying a military position made him a spy. Spies in wartime were executed then, same as they should be now.