Today on Tommy T’s Obsession with the Freeperati – Rising Gorge edition

People – I’m going to have to ask you to turn the filter on your ISO suits to “OMFG!”.


It’s time to pardon my blankie!

Pat Robertson: President Trump Should Issue A ‘Blanket Pardon’ And Shut Down Mueller Investigation
Right Wing Watch ^ | | October 30, 2017 2:55 pm | By Kyle Mantyla

Posted on 10/30/2017, 2:10:12 PM by drewh

On “The 700 Club” this morning, televangelist Pat Robertson reacted to the news that former Trump campaign chairman Paul Manafort had been indicted by special counsel Robert Mueller by calling on President Trump to issue a blanket pardon of everyone who might be implicated in the probe and to then shut down the investigation entirely.

Robertson claimed that Mueller’s investigation has been inexorably “tainted” by the fact that the Clinton campaign and DNC reportedly helped to fund an opposition research dossier during the campaign that alleged connections between the Trump campaign and Russia, insisting that any indictments that result from the Mueller’s investigation must therefore be dismissed and the investigation quashed.

Trump “can grant a pardon to everybody involved in this thing if he wants to,” Robertson said. “This whole thing has got to be shut down … He has every right to shut Mueller down and say, ‘You have gone as far as you need to and I have instructed my Justice Department to close you down.’”

“He can grant a blanket pardon for everybody involved in everything and say, ‘I pardon them all, it’s all over, case closed,’” Robertson continued. “I think that is what he needs to do … He’s got to shut this thing down, he’s just got to.”

1 posted on 10/30/2017, 2:10:12 PM by drewh
The unified “Four legs good, two legs BETTER chant starts immediately :
To: drewh


I for one would LOVE to see him issue some “F-U” pardons, just to watch the dems heads explode.

17 posted on 10/30/2017, 2:37:56 PM by qwerty1234

To: drewh


Yes, this should be done immediately. Robertson on target yet again.

22 posted on 10/30/2017, 2:55:40 PM by Max Tactical (MAGA Style!)

And then something very strange starts happening :
To: drewh


Shut up, Pat.

11 posted on 10/30/2017, 2:25:25 PM by Fido969 (In!)

To: drewh


I wouldn’t be taking advice from Pat Robertson. He’s been saying some wacky things in recent years.

13 posted on 10/30/2017, 2:28:24 PM by Buckeye McFrog

To: drewh
Pat needs to shut it.

Shouldn’t he be retired by now anyway? Somewhere OUT of the limelight, enjoying his great great grandchildren?

15 posted on 10/30/2017, 2:36:17 PM by softengine
You guys realize that G_d is gonna get ya for that, right?
To: drewh
That’s some terrible advice there.I read the entire 31 page indictment, and it is clear that he has been doing as charged, large scale money laundering, hiding assets in foreign banks, lying to mortgage companies.

All of this happened well before he was hired by Trump, who hired him for a particular job, and fired him only two months later, when that job – delegate wrangling – was complete.

Perhaps Mueller should resign, but I don’t see any reason for Trump to support Manafort – who is merely a common criminal who got caught.


Manafort knew damn well he was cheating his taxes for years, he just thought he was too smart and well connected to ever get caught.

No sympathy from me, and I hope none from Trump either.

9 posted on 10/30/2017, 2:23:44 PM by Jack Black
Another Freeper corrects him :
To: Jack Black
All of this happened well before he was hired by Trump, who hired him for a particular job, and fired him only two months later, when that job – delegate wrangling – was complete.

Manafort worked for the Trump campaign from March 29 to August 19 of 2016, about four-and-a-half months.

And the indictment states that “In order to hide Ukraine payments from United State authorities, from approximately 2006 through at least 2016, Manafort and Gates laundered the money through scores of United States and foreign corporations, partnerships, and bank accounts.” So while he may have started well before he was hired by Trump, Manafort’s criminality appears to have continued while he was working for the campaign.

18 posted on 10/30/2017, 2:42:12 PM by drjimmy
Picky, picky, picky.
Which brings me to what is possibly the best reply to The Darnold’s deranged tweets EVAR!
I know you good people are here expecting to hear about the Freeperati reaction to a certain kiddie sex lover – well, follow me below the “read Moore”…

In the midnight hour – she cried “Moore, Moore, Moore!!”

Trump: Roy Moore will ‘step aside’ if sexual misconduct allegations are true 

Posted on 11/10/2017, 3:40:42 AM by SoFloFreeper

President Trump on Thursday believes Alabama Republican Senate candidate Roy Moore “will do the right thing and step aside” if the sexual misconduct allegations against him are true, the White House said in a statement.

1 posted on 11/10/2017, 3:40:43 AM by SoFloFreeper
Time for some reasoned debate, no?
To: SoFloFreeper 

Any time these type accusations are made

So he wasn’t groping a 14-year-old?

the Republicans should have a two-word answer: “Bill Clinton.”

Because of all the 14-year-olds that Clinton fondled in cars?

If the demondogs didn’t mind him forcibly raping at least 20 women

Don’t forget that he killed them afterwards and buried their corpses next to Vince Foster.

I read it on Drudge.

then they have nothing to say about a Republican chasing some under-aged tail.

So he WAS groping a 14-year-old?

I’m sorry to be so crude but that is the way it is.

5 posted on 11/10/2017, 3:46:45 AM by Fai Mao (I still want to see The PIAPS in prison)

I’m sorry you’re so crude, too – but what the hell – you’re a Freeper.
To: Eleutheria5 

I tweeted Trump and chastised him for throwing a good man Roy under the establishment bus.

I’m sure that just ruined his day.

McConnell will do anything to stay leader. Anything but lead, and get Healthcare and Taxes passed.

9 posted on 11/10/2017, 4:04:32 AM by Zenjitsuman (Y)

To: SoFloFreeper
Trump. of he authorized this statement from Sarah Sanders, is a damn fool for giving the Left and his other enemies in the GOPe a sound bite. Stand your ground against enemies foreign and domestic or the country will go down to the forces of evil. 

26 posted on 11/10/2017, 5:19:23 AM by Truth29

Did you just call The Darnold “A DAMN FOOL”?
To: SoFloFreeper


Given how quickly McConnell, McCain, Flake, etc. released prepared remarks tells me what I need to know about this. I don’t smell a rat. I smell something much worse – I smell a bought and paid for globalist GOPe pile of BS.

33 posted on 11/10/2017, 5:36:03 AM by IamConservative (Suppose you were an idiot. And suppose you were a member of Congress. But I repeat myself.)

Yeah – dontcha just hate those “globalists”?
To: Alberta’s Child
President Trump can’t “stay out of this.” His silence would be taken as an implicit acknowledgement that the allegations are true. 

Sure he can. He should have stayed out of the whole primary to begin with.

49 posted on 11/10/2017, 6:19:19 AM by DoodleDawg
Well, considering how almost all of his endorsees got trounced last week, they’re probably thinking the same thing.
To: Kevin C
So, you are saying that Moore should stay in the race even if this turns out to be true? 

It is time to say, Who Gives a Crap about what happened 40 years ago?

The girl he tried to have sex with when she was fourteen?

Nothing horrible happened.

Just a little kiddie-groping, and who here in Freeperville hasn’t done that at one time or another?  It’s not like he killed her afterwards.  Amirite?


McConnell the Groper has had a hard-on against conservatives for years.


I want Moore in his face every day in the Senate.

Screw the worthless GOP.

61 posted on 11/10/2017, 6:48:17 AM by exit82 (The opposition has already been Trumped!)

One – count them – ONE Freeper breaks from the “So what if he’s a kiddie-diddler” flock. But he’s not mad at the kiddie-diddler – oh no :
To: SoFloFreeper


Exactlt what I expected, Trump threw him under the Bus. We stood by Trump when he faced allegations, but I guess he only cares when its about him. Trump has lost me, he is a Coward.

93 posted on 11/10/2017, 9:40:56 AM by heights

To: exit82


Time to stand with Moore.

115 posted on 11/10/2017, 10:43:12 AM by Lopeover (The 2016 Election is about allegiance to the United States!)

Better than that – Free Republic should donate some of the $88,000 they’re not going to get this quarter on Moore’s defense fund.
Perhaps you could throw a Purity Ball to raise the money?
Well, that’s more than enough for one outing.
See you faithful readers next Monday!

4 thoughts on “Today on Tommy T’s Obsession with the Freeperati – Rising Gorge edition

  1. When the “who cares about what happened 40 years ago” rhetorical question was posed, I was disappointed that a Chappaquiddick reference didn’t immediately ensue.

      1. Does the stated amount of fundraising on this issue among the Freepers seem suspicious to you too? A back of the envelope calculation here suggests that just from Free Republic promises alone, Moore has collected more than he grifted from his own charity just this week alone!

    1. Oh the Chappaquiddick references come fast and furious, just not on that thread. There is a piquant mix of Chappaquiddick, “What about Menendez then, huh???”, and “My granny got married at 13, had 20 kids by age 25 and so feeling up 14 year olds is just fine!” all over the discussion boards there. It’s pretty awful.
      What Tommy here has illustrated here is the bizarre willingness of the Freepers to tacitly admit that Roy Moore may be a pedophile, but he is THEIR pedophile gosh darn it! Their best defense against this confusing situation so far is pointing at polls proving that Moore is still in the lead, and their rock solid conviction that the Washington Post bought these allegations. They also seem to find it odd that one of these women is a proven LIBERAL who is unwilling to vote for the guy who creeped on her when she was a teenager.

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