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Joe Biden
Trump's intervention in the American military justice system to pardon service members accused or convicted of war crimes betrays the rule of law, the values that make our country exceptional & the men and women who wear the uniform honorably. He is not fit to command our troops.
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Darrick Wilkins 17 Nov 19
Replying to @JoeBiden @BarackObama
In , # WWII, Korea & just 7 people were convicted of war crimes. In Iraq and Afghanistan under & ... sadly in their administration, they convicted 212 US soldiers.
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Rob Calhoun 20 Nov 19
You believe EVERYTHING was reported back then?
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Milktea Alliance 8⃣1⃣7⃣ Watson Shen 17 Nov 19
Replying to @JoeBiden
Don't worry, you and Hunter probably won't be pardoned.
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JGMFX 19 Nov 19
Justice!!!
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Rob 17 Nov 19
Replying to @JoeBiden
War crimes. We already hold our servicemen to a much higher standard to our enemies. In the event of ambiguity, they deserve the benefit of the doubt. Taking bribes so you can fit into the pocket of foreign adversaries prevents you from being fit to command our troops.
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Nathan Quarry 17 Nov 19
Replying to @FSUWarpath @JoeBiden
But not offering bribes? 😂😂
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Adam 17 Nov 19
Replying to @JoeBiden
The Great Controversy: Chapter (1) The destruction of Jerusalem
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Andrejs Eglitis 17 Nov 19
Replying to @2017FNR @JoeBiden
Most of the Supreme Court is Catholic
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