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2020-10-29 3:14:53 PM  
So... Rudy my man... super-green?
 
2020-10-29 3:27:58 PM  
He's tucking his pants in fear as we speak.
 
2020-10-29 3:28:41 PM  
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God damn do I want them to get this farker.

I don't even like Kennedy from Fox News, but I didn't like the way he scoffed at her suggestion that "some people" are saying he is acting like Christopher Steele.

Rudy Colludy needs to do hard time.
 
2020-10-29 3:30:25 PM  
Did he trade a deposition naming names for reduced charges or leniency, or is taking his lumps quietly like a good assistant coffee boy?
 
2020-10-29 4:26:18 PM  
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2020-10-29 4:42:33 PM  
Towards the end of the 35-minute hearing, Oetken said the agreement Correia struck with the U.S. Attorney's Office in Manhattan does not call for him to work with them to convict the other defendants or further the government's investigation. "This is not a cooperation agreement," the judge said.

Typically, if prosecutors were seeking to build a case against others, they would seek a defendant's cooperation. However, it is also possible that they interviewed Correia as part of plea negotiations and concluded he had nothing of significance to offer.


Grumble grumble.
 
2020-10-29 4:44:17 PM  
How long is Tony Bobulinski  going to do in prison when his revenge plot is uncovered?

/has he lied under oath and/or to the FBI yet?
 
2020-10-29 4:46:00 PM  
Who loves ya, baby?

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2020-10-29 4:47:04 PM  
For a prosecutor, Rudy should have picked up a few more insights along the way on how to get away with stuff ...
 
2020-10-29 4:47:22 PM  
Parnas and Fruman worked closely with Giuliani on various issues related to Ukraine, including an attempt to oust then-U.S. Ambassador to Ukraine Marie Yovanovitch.

That's a funny way of saying that they literally stalked her and talked about exchanging money to "get rid of that biatch."
 
2020-10-29 4:50:51 PM  
Not a cooperation agreement?

Pity, that.
 
2020-10-29 4:52:57 PM  

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God damn do I want them to get this farker.

I don't even like Kennedy from Fox News, but I didn't like the way he scoffed at her suggestion that "some people" are saying he is acting like Christopher Steele.

Rudy Colludy needs to do hard time.


The Steele Dossier is objectively more credible and truthful that the nonsense Hunter's Laptop story

#DTT
 
2020-10-29 4:55:22 PM  

quatchi: Not a cooperation agreement?

Pity, that.


Yeah,

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2020-10-29 4:58:03 PM  

Scoobie: For a prosecutor, Rudy should have picked up a few more insights along the way on how to get away with stuff ...


He's a white conservative male. In America he can only fail upward.
 
2020-10-29 4:58:08 PM  
Rudy is not going to take this lying dow-, okay he's already lying down.
But rest assured, he's gonna beat off the charges like a spider monkey.
 
2020-10-29 4:59:10 PM  
The real fun begins when Ukraine asks for his extradition in late January.
 
2020-10-29 5:10:34 PM  

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Those chompers are scary
 
2020-10-29 5:24:21 PM  

fiddlehead: Towards the end of the 35-minute hearing, Oetken said the agreement Correia struck with the U.S. Attorney's Office in Manhattan does not call for him to work with them to convict the other defendants or further the government's investigation. "This is not a cooperation agreement," the judge said.

Typically, if prosecutors were seeking to build a case against others, they would seek a defendant's cooperation. However, it is also possible that they interviewed Correia as part of plea negotiations and concluded he had nothing of significance to offer.

Grumble grumble.


The handshake seals the contract from the contract
There's no turning back
The turning point of a career
Is Correia, being insincere?
The holiday was fun packed
The contract still intact

The grabbing hands
Grab all they can
All for themselves after all
The grabbing hands
Grab all they can
All for themselves after all
It's a competitive world
Everything counts in large amounts
 
2020-10-29 5:26:31 PM  

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And Giuliani definitely doesn't have:

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2020-10-29 5:28:54 PM  
"...the indictment also charges Correia with involvement in a scheme to transfer about $1 million from a Russian businessman to the U.S. for use in political contributions"

JFC. It just never stops with these f***s
 
2020-10-29 5:49:36 PM  

RasIanI: "...the indictment also charges Correia with involvement in a scheme to transfer about $1 million from a Russian businessman to the U.S. for use in political contributions"

JFC. It just never stops with these f***s


Odd how it seems to be Russians. Every. Single. Time.

Did Julie not ever think to try to get some Brazillian or Saudi investments? Maybe hit up the Japanese for some good old fashioned corruption like with the Yamaguchi-gumi? Nope. It's like the GOP is just centered on taking that Russian and Turkish baksheesh.
 
2020-10-29 6:02:26 PM  

hubiestubert: RasIanI: "...the indictment also charges Correia with involvement in a scheme to transfer about $1 million from a Russian businessman to the U.S. for use in political contributions"

JFC. It just never stops with these f***s

Odd how it seems to be Russians. Every. Single. Time.

Did Julie not ever think to try to get some Brazillian or Saudi investments? Maybe hit up the Japanese for some good old fashioned corruption like with the Yamaguchi-gumi? Nope. It's like the GOP is just centered on taking that Russian and Turkish baksheesh.


Yakuza are in a nasty, nasty, nasty falling out right now.  Like... more blood and fire than the ending to Cowboy Bebop.
Any politico who winds up in that is going to be pilloried faster than an extra on Ozarks.

Brazilians are also dealing with Chinese and Russian mafia types.

Saudis are preoccupied with Yemeni concerns.

But no one expects the Spanish Inquisition.
 
2020-10-29 6:10:26 PM  

phrawgh: How long is Tony Bobulinski  going to do in prison when his revenge plot is uncovered?

/has he lied under oath and/or to the FBI yet?


Well, the guy took a huge risk turning over his devices and correspondence. If any of it was fabricated, he'd face the same consequences as lying under oath. But everything he provided to Congress they've been able to vet so far is authentic, it's unlikely he'll face any charges for just being a whistle blower no matter how much the Dems hate what he has to say.

I'm curious what you think he'll be prosecuted for.  It seems to me that what should happen next is everyone on that (very real by all available evidence) email chain referencing Hunter holding a 10% equity stake for "the big guy" should be hauled in front of congress to testify under oath about what that meant.
 
2020-10-29 6:14:52 PM  

HighOnCraic: fiddlehead: Towards the end of the 35-minute hearing, Oetken said the agreement Correia struck with the U.S. Attorney's Office in Manhattan does not call for him to work with them to convict the other defendants or further the government's investigation. "This is not a cooperation agreement," the judge said.

Typically, if prosecutors were seeking to build a case against others, they would seek a defendant's cooperation. However, it is also possible that they interviewed Correia as part of plea negotiations and concluded he had nothing of significance to offer.

Grumble grumble.

The handshake seals the contract from the contract
There's no turning back
The turning point of a career
Is Correia, being insincere?
The holiday was fun packed
The contract still intact

The grabbing hands
Grab all they can
All for themselves after all
The grabbing hands
Grab all they can
All for themselves after all
It's a competitive world
Everything counts in large amounts


Depeche mode in my Fark PolTab?

It's more likely than you'd think.

Considering the GOP wants to turn the US into a neo-feudal state without a proper middle class, a sort of Master & servant thing only without the consent thing, I like it.
 
2020-10-29 6:17:40 PM  

zorkmcgork: Jack Sabbath: [th.bing.com image 330x180]

God damn do I want them to get this farker.

I don't even like Kennedy from Fox News, but I didn't like the way he scoffed at her suggestion that "some people" are saying he is acting like Christopher Steele.

Rudy Colludy needs to do hard time.

The Steele Dossier is objectively more credible and truthful that the nonsense Hunter's Laptop story

#DTT


Opposition research by a guy reporting unverifiable hearsay from Russian sources seems more reliable than verified emails? The whole story about the blind guy and such seems fishy, but the damaging emails are real however they came to light. Either Joe was complicit in an influence peddling scheme, or his family was carrying one out behind his back which seems less likely. It's not necessarily a crime, but it's super scummy and kinda ruins Biden's saintly image.
 
2020-10-29 6:24:46 PM  

RasIanI: "...the indictment also charges Correia with involvement in a scheme to transfer about $1 million from a Russian businessman to the U.S. for use in political contributions"

JFC. It just never stops with these f***s


That Russian "business man" is almost certainly Dimitri Firtash, the billionaire mobbed up Putin crony that Putin forced Ukraine to put in the employ of Bursima. He is currently fighting extradition to the USA from Vienna and is out on ~$150 million in bail.
 
2020-10-29 6:27:41 PM  

GrinzGrimly: phrawgh: How long is Tony Bobulinski  going to do in prison when his revenge plot is uncovered?

/has he lied under oath and/or to the FBI yet?

Well, the guy took a huge risk turning over his devices and correspondence. If any of it was fabricated, he'd face the same consequences as lying under oath. But everything he provided to Congress they've been able to vet so far is authentic, it's unlikely he'll face any charges for just being a whistle blower no matter how much the Dems hate what he has to say.

I'm curious what you think he'll be prosecuted for.  It seems to me that what should happen next is everyone on that (very real by all available evidence) email chain referencing Hunter holding a 10% equity stake for "the big guy" should be hauled in front of congress to testify under oath about what that meant.


Cool. Now do the Trumps.
 
2020-10-29 6:28:51 PM  

GrinzGrimly: zorkmcgork: Jack Sabbath: [th.bing.com image 330x180]

God damn do I want them to get this farker.

I don't even like Kennedy from Fox News, but I didn't like the way he scoffed at her suggestion that "some people" are saying he is acting like Christopher Steele.

Rudy Colludy needs to do hard time.

The Steele Dossier is objectively more credible and truthful that the nonsense Hunter's Laptop story

#DTT

Opposition research by a guy reporting unverifiable hearsay from Russian sources seems more reliable than verified emails? The whole story about the blind guy and such seems fishy, but the damaging emails are real however they came to light. Either Joe was complicit in an influence peddling scheme, or his family was carrying one out behind his back which seems less likely. It's not necessarily a crime, but it's super scummy and kinda ruins Biden's saintly image.


First off, no one has actually confirmed if any of the e-mails are legitimate.

Second, even if the e-mails are legitimate, they are not anything worthy of the frothy panic being stirred up on the "Michael Flynn is innocent" arm of the internet.
 
2020-10-29 7:00:13 PM  

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*shudder*

Every time... those lower teeth...

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2020-10-29 7:01:56 PM  

GrinzGrimly: zorkmcgork: Jack Sabbath: [th.bing.com image 330x180]

God damn do I want them to get this farker.

I don't even like Kennedy from Fox News, but I didn't like the way he scoffed at her suggestion that "some people" are saying he is acting like Christopher Steele.

Rudy Colludy needs to do hard time.

The Steele Dossier is objectively more credible and truthful that the nonsense Hunter's Laptop story

#DTT

Opposition research by a guy reporting unverifiable hearsay from Russian sources seems more reliable than verified emails? The whole story about the blind guy and such seems fishy, but the damaging emails are real however they came to light. Either Joe was complicit in an influence peddling scheme, or his family was carrying one out behind his back which seems less likely. It's not necessarily a crime, but it's super scummy and kinda ruins Biden's saintly image.


I was almost ready to begin explaining how your first sentence is a lie, and that virtually everything Steele reported with high confidence has in fact been verified by the American intel community, but then I realized who was posting.
 
2020-10-29 7:17:42 PM  

GrinzGrimly: Well, the guy took a huge risk turning over his devices and correspondence. If any of it was fabricated, he'd face the same consequences as lying under oath. But everything he provided to Congress they've been able to vet so far is authentic, it's unlikely he'll face any charges for just being a whistle blower no matter how much the Dems hate what he has to say.


Even Murdoch's Fox News and WSJ have read what he "has to say" and said there is no there there.

I'm curious what you think he'll be prosecuted for. It seems to me that what should happen next is everyone on that (very real by all available evidence) email chain referencing Hunter holding a 10% equity stake for "the big guy" should be hauled in front of congress to testify under oath about what that meant.

Rupetr Murdoch's party organs don't even claim "the big guy" was Biden.  They say it was a veiled reference to Chinese interests.
 
2020-10-29 7:20:26 PM  

GrinzGrimly: Either Joe was complicit in an influence peddling scheme, or his family was carrying one out behind his back which seems less likely. It's not necessarily a crime, but it's super scummy and kinda ruins Biden's saintly image.


Boblink's big reveal in his Tucker interview was that Joe "looked him in the eye" and asked him to "watch out" for his son and brother.

Which, of course, they both agreed was coded reference to multiple nefarious, but unidentified crimes.
 
2020-10-29 7:22:01 PM  

erik-k: GrinzGrimly: zorkmcgork: Jack Sabbath: [th.bing.com image 330x180]

God damn do I want them to get this farker.

I don't even like Kennedy from Fox News, but I didn't like the way he scoffed at her suggestion that "some people" are saying he is acting like Christopher Steele.

Rudy Colludy needs to do hard time.

The Steele Dossier is objectively more credible and truthful that the nonsense Hunter's Laptop story

#DTT

Opposition research by a guy reporting unverifiable hearsay from Russian sources seems more reliable than verified emails? The whole story about the blind guy and such seems fishy, but the damaging emails are real however they came to light. Either Joe was complicit in an influence peddling scheme, or his family was carrying one out behind his back which seems less likely. It's not necessarily a crime, but it's super scummy and kinda ruins Biden's saintly image.

I was almost ready to begin explaining how your first sentence is a lie, and that virtually everything Steele reported with high confidence has in fact been verified by the American intel community, but then I realized who was posting.


Quick, call Mueller and tell him he got it all wrong while there is still time to impeach Trump!
 
2020-10-29 7:25:07 PM  

GrinzGrimly: erik-k: GrinzGrimly: zorkmcgork: Jack Sabbath: [th.bing.com image 330x180]

God damn do I want them to get this farker.

I don't even like Kennedy from Fox News, but I didn't like the way he scoffed at her suggestion that "some people" are saying he is acting like Christopher Steele.

Rudy Colludy needs to do hard time.

The Steele Dossier is objectively more credible and truthful that the nonsense Hunter's Laptop story

#DTT

Opposition research by a guy reporting unverifiable hearsay from Russian sources seems more reliable than verified emails? The whole story about the blind guy and such seems fishy, but the damaging emails are real however they came to light. Either Joe was complicit in an influence peddling scheme, or his family was carrying one out behind his back which seems less likely. It's not necessarily a crime, but it's super scummy and kinda ruins Biden's saintly image.

I was almost ready to begin explaining how your first sentence is a lie, and that virtually everything Steele reported with high confidence has in fact been verified by the American intel community, but then I realized who was posting.

Quick, call Mueller and tell him he got it all wrong while there is still time to impeach Trump!


Your sad attempt to deflect from the fact that you're dead wrong about the Steele dossier is noted.
 
2020-10-29 7:25:55 PM  

GrinzGrimly: there is still time to impeach Trump!


Absolutely. And I guarantee you he will do something else impeachable before he leaves office
 
2020-10-29 7:27:16 PM  

erik-k: Your sad attempt to deflect from the fact that you're dead wrong about the Steele dossier is noted.


Yes, but he's dead wrong on purpose, so he should get partial credit.
 
2020-10-29 7:34:55 PM  

Skleenar: GrinzGrimly: Well, the guy took a huge risk turning over his devices and correspondence. If any of it was fabricated, he'd face the same consequences as lying under oath. But everything he provided to Congress they've been able to vet so far is authentic, it's unlikely he'll face any charges for just being a whistle blower no matter how much the Dems hate what he has to say.

Even Murdoch's Fox News and WSJ have read what he "has to say" and said there is no there there.

I'm curious what you think he'll be prosecuted for. It seems to me that what should happen next is everyone on that (very real by all available evidence) email chain referencing Hunter holding a 10% equity stake for "the big guy" should be hauled in front of congress to testify under oath about what that meant.

Rupetr Murdoch's party organs don't even claim "the big guy" was Biden.  They say it was a veiled reference to Chinese interests.


Oh, Hunter was just going to hold millions in equity for some vague Chinese interests. That all makes more sense and sounds super above board.

Having participated in a few private equity deals, I can tell you it would be very very unusual for one party to "hold" equity for another.  There are zero legitimate reasons to do so, especially for someone with ties to a hostile foreign government.
 
2020-10-29 7:42:08 PM  

Skleenar: erik-k: Your sad attempt to deflect from the fact that you're dead wrong about the Steele dossier is noted.

Yes, but he's dead wrong on purpose, so he should get partial credit.


Have you guys ever looked into it or did you just see someone tweet that it was verified?  I mean, start with the Wikipedia page. Read an article.

I hate to have to be the one to break it to you, but the "Trump is a Russian agent" movement is absolutely on par with whole stupid Q thing.
 
2020-10-29 7:52:30 PM  

GrinzGrimly: Skleenar: erik-k: Your sad attempt to deflect from the fact that you're dead wrong about the Steele dossier is noted.

Yes, but he's dead wrong on purpose, so he should get partial credit.

Have you guys ever looked into it or did you just see someone tweet that it was verified?  I mean, start with the Wikipedia page. Read an article.

I hate to have to be the one to break it to you, but the "Trump is a Russian agent" movement is absolutely on par with whole stupid Q thing.


'Member when Trump went on live television and begged Russia to hack Hillary's emails, then they did exactly that?
 
2020-10-29 8:06:40 PM  

GrinzGrimly: Oh, Hunter was just going to hold millions in equity for some vague Chinese interests. That all makes more sense and sounds super above board.


Hey did you happen to see this nugget of news today?

https://www.nbcnews.com/tech/security​/​how-fake-persona-laid-groundwork-hunte​r-biden-conspiracy-deluge-n1245387

Weird how people keep thinking this story is bullcrap in a horsecrap bun.
 
2020-10-29 8:08:10 PM  

GrinzGrimly: I mean, start with the Wikipedia page.


lol

GrinzGrimly: "Trump is a Russian agent"


Trump is too dumb to be an agent.  That implies he's not a farking patsy in this game.
Trump is an "asset".  Quit giving him credit he doesn't deserve.
 
2020-10-29 8:15:19 PM  

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*shudder*

Every time... those lower teeth...

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They look like they were removed from a corpse and installed by force into his lower jaw.
 
2020-10-29 8:34:36 PM  

Flaming Yawn: erik-k: Subtonic: [Fark user image 850x460]

*shudder*

Every time... those lower teeth...

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They look like they were removed from a corpse and installed by force into his lower jaw.


How could anyone confuse Rudy Collusiani with George Washington???
 
2020-10-29 11:05:18 PM  

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'Tis the season!

/funnied
 
2020-10-29 11:11:21 PM  

GrinzGrimly: I mean, start with the Wikipedia page. Read an article.


So an always factual and reliable source then right?

*snert*
 
2020-10-30 3:37:23 AM  
Trump not only doesn't hire the best people, he doesn't hire the best criminals.
 
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