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2020-12-03 9:58:28 PM  
25 votes:
It is incredible how many convicted criminals are in Trump's orbit.

Also, this investigation was about events in 2017 - the criming started immediately.
 
2020-12-04 12:25:06 AM  
21 votes:

OptionC: It is incredible how many convicted criminals are in Trump's orbit.

Also, this investigation was about events in 2017 - the criming started immediately.


Oh, the 'criming' started way before then, but for some damn reason, folks were afraid to pull the trigger on this asshat.
 
2020-12-03 9:55:29 PM  
17 votes:
It's telling that this is practically a low-level nothing burger by Trump misbehavior standards.
 
2020-12-04 2:43:21 AM  
10 votes:

LordJiro: hubiestubert: OptionC: It is incredible how many convicted criminals are in Trump's orbit.

Also, this investigation was about events in 2017 - the criming started immediately.

Oh, the 'criming' started way before then, but for some damn reason, folks were afraid to pull the trigger on this asshat.

He was rich* and famous. That's 'some damn reason', because the American "justice" system is very different between the classes.

*on paper, but that's the only kind of 'rich' that really matters these days.


I don't buy that, because other "rich&famous" people have gotten the trigger pulled on them before.

The whole Trump spectacle has been just surreal in every single way, from the cowering refusal of the justice system to touch him, to the coddling of his baby temper tantrums, to career Marines standing by and taking his abuse...it's been breathtaking, watching a cult of personality unspool right before our eyes.
 
2020-12-04 7:56:10 AM  
3 votes:
Elliot Broidy is the other "David Dennison" in Michael Cohen's in the gag order against another naked model who paid for her to keep quiet and paid for her abortion.  Both Broidy and Trump "coincidentally" share the pseudonym.
 
2020-12-04 2:18:59 AM  
3 votes:

hubiestubert: OptionC: It is incredible how many convicted criminals are in Trump's orbit.

Also, this investigation was about events in 2017 - the criming started immediately.

Oh, the 'criming' started way before then, but for some damn reason, folks were afraid to pull the trigger on this asshat.


wow, the entire pettiness of #TrumpCrimeFamily, this one, is like, this... just... babytown frolics. god, these people make The Beverly Hillbillies look like actual-class.

/also now I feel bad for insulting the beverly hillbillies
 
2020-12-04 2:18:34 AM  
3 votes:

hubiestubert: OptionC: It is incredible how many convicted criminals are in Trump's orbit.

Also, this investigation was about events in 2017 - the criming started immediately.

Oh, the 'criming' started way before then, but for some damn reason, folks were afraid to pull the trigger on this asshat.


He was rich* and famous. That's 'some damn reason', because the American "justice" system is very different between the classes.

*on paper, but that's the only kind of 'rich' that really matters these days.
 
2020-12-04 10:36:05 AM  
2 votes:

Concrete Donkey: LordJiro: hubiestubert: OptionC: It is incredible how many convicted criminals are in Trump's orbit.

Also, this investigation was about events in 2017 - the criming started immediately.

Oh, the 'criming' started way before then, but for some damn reason, folks were afraid to pull the trigger on this asshat.

He was rich* and famous. That's 'some damn reason', because the American "justice" system is very different between the classes.

*on paper, but that's the only kind of 'rich' that really matters these days.

And you think the rich are held accountable in the rest of the world because you live with your head up your ass?


Nobody thinks the rich are held accountable, in any part of the world. But we can only work to change that where we have jurisdiction. If we ever gain international influence back, we can work on applying economic pressure elsewhere, but we are going to need to lead by example, first.
 
2020-12-04 7:49:23 AM  
1 vote:

OptionC: It is incredible how many convicted criminals are in Trump's orbit.

Also, this investigation was about events in 2017 - the criming started immediately.


IncredibLY...Trump-like phrasings that criticize Trump are unironic travesties.

Also, how Trump has been cleared of wrong doing numerous times (how many? Check the files!) at the prosecutor level (never goes before a judge) is a pattern to recognize-- clearances, Clarence, the Victorious have a vector.
 
2020-12-04 3:05:15 AM  
1 vote:
Trumpers won't care. Who understands legal jargon like "redaction"? Not them.
 
2020-12-04 2:46:42 AM  
1 vote:
LAW AND ORDER!
 
2020-12-04 2:12:48 AM  
1 vote:
A relative no name but Broidy is involved?

Meh.
 
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