Epic President Trump on Sheriff Joe Arpaio: “I think he’s going to be just fine”…

Epic Trump. Speaking at Phoenix Convention Center in Phoenix, Arizona President Trump addressed the issue of whether or not he will pardon Sheriff Joe Arpaio following his criminal contempt conviction.


[…] “I’ll make a prediction. I think he’s going to be just fine, OK?”…

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89 Responses to Epic President Trump on Sheriff Joe Arpaio: “I think he’s going to be just fine”…

  1. 4sure says:

    Sheriff Joe. We love ya!!!!!!!!

    Liked by 30 people


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    • G. Combs says:


      It maybe Unconstitutional but the Supreme Court (The @#$%&! traitors) RULED USA citizens don’t have a right to a trial any more. (It is one of my pet peeves and as usual I have accumulated pages and pages of notes. 😁 )

      The 6th and 11th Amendment of the U.S. Constitution and Article 3 Section 2 give US citizens the right to a trial. But as Joan Biskupic stated

      “Anyone accused of a crime in this country is entitled to a jury trial.”

      The Constitution may say so but, in fact, this is simply not the case — and becoming less so as politicians fiddle with legal definitions and sentencing standards in order specifically to reduce the number of persons entitled to a trial….

      ….As Thomas Jefferson put it to Tom Paine in a 1789 letter, “I consider trial by jury as the only anchor ever yet imagined by man, by which a government can be held to the principles of its constitution.” ….

      Here is how the politicians have gotten around the US Constitution to make sure citizens are denied their right to a trial:

      The Seventh Amendment, passed by the First Congress without debate, cured the omission by declaring that the right to a jury trial shall be preserved in common-law cases… The Supreme Court has, however, arrived at a more limited interpretation. It applies the amendment’s guarantee to the kinds of cases that “existed under the English common law when the amendment was adopted,” …

      The right to trial by jury is not constitutionally guaranteed in certain classes of civil cases that are concededly “suits at common law,” particularly when “public” or governmental rights are at issue and if one cannot find eighteenth-century precedent for jury participation in those cases. Atlas Roofing Co. v. Occupational Safety & Health Review Commission (1977). Thus, Congress can lodge personal and property claims against the United States in non-Article III courts with no jury component. In addition, where practice as it existed in 1791 “provides no clear answer,” the rule is that “[o]nly those incidents which are regarded as fundamental, as inherent in and of the essence of the system of trial by jury, are placed beyond the reach of the legislature.” Markman v. Westview Instruments (1996). In those situations, too, the Seventh Amendment does not restrain congressional choice.

      In contrast to the near-universal support for the civil jury trial in the eighteenth and early nineteenth centuries, modern jurists consider civil jury trial neither “implicit in the concept of ordered liberty,” Palko v. State of Connecticut (1937), nor “fundamental to the American scheme of justice,” Duncan v. Louisiana (1968).

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      • Sherlock says:

        The US Supreme court has long ago ruled there is no absolute US constitutional right to a jury trial on what they call “minor” or “petty” offenses–this has been held to include those with no more than 6 months in jail as the maximum penalty. States are free, however, to require jury trial in such matters if they choose (states can give greater constitutional protection than the US constitution, but not less). Additionally, where no jail time is possible (most traffic offenses, for example) the right to jury trial has not been recognized in most states for decades. In CA, they used to give defendants a jury trial option on infractions, like speeding tickets, where no jail possible but only a fine. The glut of such cases, not to mention the reluctance of people to serve jury duty on a red light ticket, eventually causes that right to go by the wayside, about 50 or 60 years ago. Now, bench trial only on such truly minor matters is virtually the rule.

        I post this not to argue one way or the other whether one should be given a jury trial on any matter listed, but only to point out that the judge in the Joe A. case did not invent the concept, though certainly the charging decision may have been influenced by the jury trial issue, I don’t doubt that at all.

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  3. TimeIsNow says:

    I was waiting for PDJT to say something like this. Important.

    Liked by 16 people

  4. Sylvia Avery says:

    This shouldn’t be necessary. Sheriff Joe is targeted by a weaponized DOJ and an Obama appointee judge, and his opponent in the recent election the recipient of truckloads of dirty Soros’ money. Sucks all around. But I like that PDJT is going to take care of his own. Loyalty means a lot to me.

    Liked by 34 people

  5. bullnuke says:

    This is Trump being his best at being Trump.

    Liked by 17 people

  6. Jlwary says:

    The mentally ill liberal heads on my BabyCenter app (debate board, no less!) are exploding. It is astounding, absolutely astounding, how they believe CNN. They literally think the risers behind POTUS and the rows directly in front are all that showed up! They are a truly hateful abhorrent bunch of women. So shameful.

    Liked by 15 people

    • gringz says:

      I tuned in for a few minutes just to watch heads exploding, and there was a black woman saying that Trump proved he was a racist by shouting out to a “convicted racist” (referring of course to Sheriff Joe). They are doing just exactly what PDJT said they always do, proving his point.

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    • Kaco says:


      When I was expecting I used to be on a board called, “Baby’s named a bad bad thing” and they used to post about BabyCenter. Haven’t visited in ages but I can imagine they hate POTUS, too, at least a lot of vocal posters were very “liberal”. I left after a debate on “sex workers”. I imagine they probably chased off any POTUS supporters.


      • Jlwary says:

        I am realizing that in a political sense, it is Terrible. And on that debate board they talk hardcore about “white privilege,” And go on and on about how “people of color,” are so disenfranchised, Trump is insane and unfit for presidency, but obama is god. It says it all right there. Liberal BBC has changed the “etiquette,” rules and allows members to call other members “racist” or “nazi,” if the views they are espousing fit such a description. I.e. I have been called a nazi because I support and defend POTUS! It’s Insane. I can’t use the app anymore. I need to find a new app, or even better, just forgo one altogether.

        Liberalism is Destroying communication. Liberalism is Destroying our country. Get’em out! lol I wish they would move to Canada or Mexico! Smh, such disgusting people.

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        • Kaco says:

          That sounds horrible. I know it’s hard to believe this country is where it’s at and the media is fueling this. That board I was on has these discussions on private and I haven’t logged on there in a long time but it was already getting heated beforehand.


          • Orygun says:

            Everything bad in this country always goes full circle. It starts with the media and ends with the media. We need to get our media back from the socialist/communists in a big way. It should have been the first thing out of the gate as a source of honest journalism for the Americans that are trapped in this farce called MSM.

            Donald Trump stepped up to the plate and now we need someone else to provide the nation with a real news network to compete with the alphabet networks. I think it would be great if we could collectively buy CNN since it is worth about 2 cents on the dollar.

            Rallies and Twitter is great but the networks are destroying this country.

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        • deanbrh says:

          I went to Ana Navarro’s Twitter page, just for ducks, and hundreds of Commenters were calling for impeachment, almost all referring to Trump being deranged, unhinged, psycho, racist, worst prez ever, and his rant against the media was just really totally off the wall. He’s destroying our country! Get him OUT! But all Leftist sites are the same.


        • Jimmy Jack says:

          I wonder what the demographics of the users are.


    • georgiafl says:

      Tell them Obama pardoned murderers and drug dealers.
      Obama released terrorists from Guantanamo – and the terrorists went back to fighting with ISIS and some have been already been killed.

      Wonder how many of Obama’s pardoned murderers and drug dealers are dead or back in prison again?

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    • The Boss says:

      What you describe are NOT women J. They are she-dogs.

      Liked by 2 people

    • coco1050 says:

      That’s incredible. Reminds me of the Russian people after the wall came down. They cried when they visited here and when they realized the truth about America.
      Unfortunately these women on this Ap put a wall around themselves.


  7. wheatietoo says:

    I took that to mean…”Don’t worry Joe, your Pardon is on the way.”

    Pres Trump will probably need to wait until the sentencing is done, in October.

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    • MrE says:

      “But I won’t do it tonight because I don’t want to cause controversy.”

      That’s exactly what he meant. 🙂

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    • Pam says:

      Yep. He can’t properly do it until Sheriff Joe is sentenced. President Trump hasn’t forgotten what Sheriff Joe did for him during the campaign. That’s why I’m convinced most certainly that a pardon is coming. God bless Sheriff Joe for the abuse he has suffered through the media as a result of liberal corruption. He’s a good man.

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      • Comrade Mope says:

        I think the Nixon pardon shows the president has complete unquestionable authority to issue pardons as he sees fit, whether or not the person is even convicted. The problem is Trump won’t use the privilege without some deep thought as to how best to do it. He has over a month to figure it out, but let’s run thru a couple scenarios.
        Let’s say at sentencing, Jeff Sessions is personally sitting in the courtroom. Perhaps Justice Gorsuch. or whomever is the sitting SCOTUS for that district. The judge would be hard pressed to continue the charade knowing that there might be a piece of paper floating around the courtroom that reverses whatever the judge sentences. (Kinda like the Comey trick, where Trump warned of a possible recording at their meeting.) Trump likes to force people into honesty.
        Next, what if there were some agreement with Crooked Hillary not to prosecute in exchange for her conceding the election? On election night, it looked like ol’ Crooked was trying to buy time by not delivering the graceful concession and the media was doing everything possible to help- remember how Pennsylvania was not called? The media was trying to give the Hillary campaign something to work with if they were going to steal the election. Republicans never win close elections- believe me, I’ve donated to every close election in the last 30 years.
        Trump has, since being elected, tried to tamp down the notion that Ol’ Crooked would go to jail. There might be some bad optics to sending the former First Lady to the pokey and I’ll bet most people here wouldn’t care about it (including me)- but it is something to consider.
        Ol’ Crooked is a major part of the Resist sideshow. I have her e-mail saying so. Why is she “back in the game” and not haunting some forest somewhere? Why isn’t she drinking John McCain under the table with a bottle of vodka, like the old days? (Link upon request.) In short, she is not acting like a person facing jail, like Debbie Wasserman-Schultz.
        I think President Trump is putting together a package of pardons. If my theory is correct, you’ll see Ol’ Crooked being frogmarched before the Arpiao sentencing. That’s when the negotiations really begin. Who knows, maybe Trump will spring Blago.

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        • mike says:

          DOJ needs to work up the chain and send other Hillary accomplices and stooges to prison first, so it’s well documented how big and criminal DNC-Clinton machine has been. Then when the stooges want a discount for forever in prison, they can sing on their mistress with lots of incentive for tangible evidence, not just he said-she said.

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          • G. Combs says:

            FINALLY, someone else sees how complicated the mess really is.

            Also you have to get HONEST JUDGES in place. We have seen what a crooked Judge did to Sheriff Joe and we saw what the Ninth Circus did to President Trump’s perfectly legal E.O.

            There are 140 Judicial Vacancies out of 890 federally appointed judges including the nine Supremes, or 881 other federal justice positions with 16% 0f them missing. Congress has approved one Supreme and FOUR Federal judges with 31 pending nominees.
            Obstruction alert: “Senate Democrats hold blue slips, delay Trump’s federal judicial nominees” | whitehouse.gov

            THINK ABOUT THIS
            With Crooked Judges and refusal to fill positions CONGRESS STALLS ANY ATTEMPT TO BRING THE SWAMP TO TRIAL!!!

            So quit blaming AG Sessions. He is TOP Prosecuting Attorney AND NOT the JUDGE. No matter how good his cases they can EASILY get trumped by a crooked judge not allowing evidence and witnesses into the court room. It happens ALL THE TIME.

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    • chick20112011 says:

      Joe is going to appeal. This misdemeanor criminal charge is payback for Joe enforcing US law.


  8. kalbren2r1 says:

    Wow, I was moved to tears by the moving of haRuach Kodesh during the prayers. Heal our land Yah forgive our sins, and together as one in YOU! What a speech, PDJT has it all in hand and the Trump train is running full speed on target for next destination!

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    • CiscoKid says:

      Same, same here.
      Glad to be in good company.


    • Sunshine says:

      Same here. I have my crucifix next to my computer. And my eyes went to IT while listening to the beautiful prayers. Very deep emotional moment for me.


      • kalbren2r1 says:

        It’s not by our or PDJT might that the battle is won but by the might of our Almighty YAH or God. Good to meet a sister in Yeshua or Christ. Keep praying.

        Liked by 4 people

      • farmhand1927 says:

        The prayers of Alveeda King and Franklin Graham were incredible. Loved that Rev. Graham said he doesn’t know how to say a generic prayer, that he prays like his Momma taught him.


        • Alligator Gar says:

          That was incredible, but I desperately wish he’d openly said that his mama taught him to pray as the Holy Spirit led him, which, apparently, she did! These are the mightiest prayers–the ones like we heard at the rally.

          I’ve heard elders, deacons, and pastors deliver such prayers that resulted in physical healing and spiritual revival for the church. I pray to God that He hears our heart-felt prayers for healing this country from the perverted monsters that seek to destroy it. God help us all. God strengthen us all. God have mercy. Christ have mercy.

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          • Jimmy Jack says:

            It wasn’t a Sunday school lesson. Why find fault? Let’s just all be thankful we have a POTUS who had this kind of prayer before his rallies instead of a POTUS who brings in Imams to curse our military dead.

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  9. mitrom says:

    It’s disgraceful what the Dem/libs did to Joe. As always, the Dems/libs get partisan prosecutors and judges to go after political foes. But, it looks like Trump will ensure that Joe is just fine.

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  10. quintrillion says:

    President Trump asks the AZ crowd if they Like Sheriff Joe…..the room answered resoundingly, yes the people respect and love their true blue sheriff Joe in AZ. The applause and shouting went on………..TY, P45 for standing with your true friends, we knew you would.

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    • amr632 says:

      Unfortunately the people elected a progressive as sheriff who is destroying what Joe accomplished. The tent city for prisoners is to be/has been shut down.


  11. MaineCoon says:

    I stand by my posts that the pardon will happen avter the Oct Sentencing Hearing. He has to let justice take its course.

    Liked by 5 people

    • The Boss says:

      Probably so. Plus, President Trump will have everyone’s attention when he excoriates the PC hijackers of our judicial system.


  12. Jlwary says:

    The prayers at the beginning brought me to tears.

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  13. millwright says:

    While I respect the President’s judgement on media matters, in MHO his statement tonite re former Sheriff Arpiao was inappropriate as stated. IMO, far better he addressed the issue by stating his administration was going to look into all aspects of the former sheriff’s trial and conviction giving his investigators latitude to extend their investigations into the election as well as the trial . ( He can always privately assure Mr. Arpiao . )


    • Okinawa Jim says:

      In MHO I disagree. Everything about the incident is a farce and criminal. Call a spade a spade which is why we all voted for Trump. We finally have someone who fights back, so let him fight.

      Liked by 18 people

    • Dakotacav says:

      There’s nothing to look into. This was a political show hearing, designed to intimidate and put down a sheriff who had the audacity to question unethical, if not unlawful, orders from DOJ. I wished he would have pardoned him the day after the contempt citation was issued. I knew he couldn’t do it tonight, but if he pardons him tomorrow I will be thrilled. THAT would be justice.

      Liked by 9 people

    • texasfence says:

      Millwright –
      With all due respect for you as a member here, I must ask, do you often troll here?

      Liked by 4 people

    • Sunshine says:

      NO, he can’t privately assure Arpaio.
      He – President Trump – cannot privately talk to Arpaio. Too many dangers, aka spies and leaks, involved. Trump said what he had to say tonight. Let’s leave it at that. Arpaio’s lawyer understood. End of story.

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      • Sherlock says:

        Correct. There is a process, a DOJ process followed in every case. This case is no different. Rule of law, no one above or beneath the law, etc. All in due time. Best advice–determine what the law is, look to precedent and protocol, and follow established policy. No one ever got in trouble doing that. Joe will get his pardon in the right way at the right time.


      • formerdem says:

        right, if he has a private conversation it is collusion – see comey example.


    • What would you look into, an elected Sheriff doing his job and enforcing the immigration laws on the books?


      Pardon this Patriot now!

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    • farmhand1927 says:

      The Sheriff was convicted of a misdemeanor, he requested a jury trial which is allowed by the Constitution but a liberal judge denied his request. On that alone, the entire case should have been thrown out, IMO, since the judge obstructed justice as provided under the Constitution.

      Sheriff Joe is in his 80’s. His wife is suffering from cancer. Because of the work he did, thousands less criminal aliens were able to walk our streets and commit crime.

      Enough is enough. The safety of Americans is a political football, with the Left marching toward the end zone, caring nothing abt our families’ safety and ability to live in peace without fear.

      Sheriff Joe should be and will be pardoned, releasing him from fines, community service or incarceration even for a brief time. He did his job, he followed the laws on the books. That’s the only ‘aspects’ that should be ‘looked in to’.

      Liked by 8 people

    • Jimmy Jack says:

      That’s very Jeb of you.


    • chick20112011 says:

      The Obama DOJ posed as “reporters” to get around Joe having an attorney. They showed up at a presser, REFUSED to identify themselves to the Deputies. Only the top dog of the Obama DOJ group when caught as posers, identified herself, and they were summarily escorted out. This is another in a long list of Civil Rights violations and crime by the Obama DOJ.


  14. Kristin says:

    Sheriff joe got the biggest applause. It was great.

    Liked by 14 people

  15. Kay says:

    I love Sheriff Joe and always have, I believe he a true American. He has been railroaded by political haters. I hope OUR President does the right thing, but we will have to wait and see what happens.

    I really believe in OUR President and wish him well, in the journey he’s embarked on, to save our country from the political terrorists that hold sway on our freedoms. It will NOT be an easy task and he has many obstacles. I thank the powers that be, that he is one tough s.o.b.

    We need him.

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  16. skipper1961 says:

    Sheriff Joe 4 DHS!! (Or “Commander”(?) of CBP!

    Liked by 1 person

  17. fleporeblog says:

    I hope Sheriff Joe can sleep well tonight and focus on his beautiful wife that isn’t doing well. Sheriff Joe has given his life to our country. He loves America and wants nothing but the best for our country.

    Sheriff Joe’s endorsement back in January 2016 was just as monumental in my opinion as Jeff Sessions. Folks at Breitbart and elsewhere took notice and realized DJT was for real. Our President knows that as well. He would never ever let Sheriff Joe spend a second in jail.

    The crowd was awesome when our President asked them about Sheriff Joe. They went nuts for the man! Hope that put a big smile on his face!

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  18. Kaco says:

    I remember hearing years ago about Sheriff Joe and his tent jails and pink uniforms. He was doing his best in fighting illegal immigration. It is an absolute shame all his service ended like it did, no justice. I am glad POTUS recognizes a job well done and the unfairness of his trial.

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  19. Rich Gorman says:

    Coincidence. Last night on FOX. Campaign Carl Cameron announced retirement after only 22 years. FOX gave him high praise and a good 3 minute video send off ( Brett baier).
    4 years ago , in Sheriff Joe Arpaio’s Obama fraud and Obama massive spying investigation, Cameron was contacted and selected to spend ” weeks” with Arpaio, Mike Zullo , and Whistle-blower Dennis Montgomery. Cameron is in the terrible position of knowing way too much about Obama and DNC criminal.and treasonous behaviour. Notice.he made ZERO appearances on Fox since last November.
    Ten months and your top #1 political reporter does not show up on TV ?? ! And now Arpaio appears ready for a pardon! And Montgomery already has a ripe DC court lawsuit in process that nails Comey , Brennan , Rice , Obama , Clapper etc. PROOF OF SPYING. Connected DOTS !
    OR maybe the young boy from THE SIXTH SENSE movie will appear, and recite. ” I see dead people”.

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  20. Frank says:

    After John McCain ruined the healthcare vote by ONE VOTE, then hurled a bunch of insults at the President and swaggered back to AZ, here comes the President. The President walks directly into John McCain’s political house, calls him out like the little bitch he is (but not by name, how presidential! lol), calls out that limp-dink Jeff Flake, then says Sheriff Joe is going to be okay. Boy, if the cancer doesn’t get McCain, that spike in blood pressure will! I love it. I LOVE IT. Keep on, Mr. President!

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  21. cheryl says:

    The media even lies about the crowd that was there to see Trump. https://www.yahoo.com/news/trump-supporters-post-fake-photos-092917540.html


  22. Eggs says:

    If Arpaio can be prosecuted for not enforcing federal law – when can we start prosecuting sanctuary city mayors and sherrifs?

    Liked by 2 people

  23. Mr. T. says:

    I live in the Phoenix Metro Area. Our local station, Channel 3, had full live coverage of what was going on outside of the center and on the streets around the center where POTUS held the rally. Last night, after the Trump Rally ended and supporters left the center, the left wingnuts, to include the snowflakes and cupcakes, many of which like to hide their faces, were out on the streets. Up until the end of POTUS’s Rally, not a single arrest was reported by Phoenix P.D. and everything was peaceful, After the rally was over that all changed. As the peaceful Trump supporters were leaving the area without starting any trouble at all, some of the lefties decided to start throwing things at the Phoenix Police Officers who where in out in force to keep the peace. Well, that was the wrong and stupid thing to do, especially since some of the items being tossed at Police was tear gas brought by some of the protestors. The Police responded with tear gas canisters of their own, pepper balls, and what is known as non-lethal force with the firing of bean bag rounds at violent protestors, in addition to rubber bullets. One idiot left wingnut kicked a just fired tear gas canister at a very close by line of Police Officers in full riot gear. One of the Phoenix Police Officers fired a bean bag round at the wingnut, and it looked like the round hit that jerk in the groin. He went down in pain and had to be helped to kind of crawl and then limp away. Made my night. Phoenix P.D. did an excellent job of crowd and traffic control, including being fully prepared to deal with protestors who turned violent. As of this morning. Phoenix P.D. is reporting 4 arrests. Charlottesville could learn a thing or two about crowd control from Phoenix and Boston.

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  24. Miss America says:

    Paul Joseph Watson is now sharing this article. PJW, if you’re reading this, my 14 year old son thinks you are savage! (And I think you’re cute).


  25. donnajeanz says:

    Sheriff Joe was just on infowars and thanked the people who supported him, he loves POTUS and knows he has been isolated. Sheriff Joe will address everything at a later date. He says it will all come out. He does not own a computer, no tweeting but does own a typewriter…gotta love and respect real men with real values and morals. Sheriff Joe is a keeper and we thank POTUS for the pardon…it is happening…

    Liked by 1 person

  26. debmonson says:

    We watched last night but started ehen VP Pence spoke was under the impression that the crowd was massive as,usual but news sources are saying there was very little attendance??? anyone know for sure?????


  27. scslayer says:

    Finally! A person that’s actually deserving of a pardon!

    Liked by 1 person

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