Jump to content


Popular Content

Showing content with the highest reputation on 07/22/2020 in all areas

  1. 2 points
  2. 2 points
    I want the girlfriend not be suicided and testify against everyone. In my opinion, if Trump were in trouble regarding Epstein, we would know about it. Others involved with Epstein - we have not scratched the surface. If I am wrong, not suiciding her will give us answers. I want to know which John Roberts went to sex island. I would also love to hear about what Bill Clinton did at sex island. Was it really 17 times? If they have anything on Trump other than some photos of him talking to Epstein, bring it on. Who else went and why? Republican, Democrat, space alien - fuck em - who was there and what did they do? Can we all agree that the Gov’t should make sure the woman does not “kill herself?” It goes way deeper than what did Trump mean by wishing her well.
  3. 2 points
    It's definitely aged well. Should Dementia-Joe be CANCELLED????? Just think if he was a Republican. LOL. Hypocrisy lives!!!
  4. 2 points
    Joe30330 will only take questions when his teleprompter is pre-loaded with the answers.
  5. 2 points
    Maybe he doesn’t want her murdered in jail. If you look at the statement from every angle. Not wanting her murdered in jail suggests that he isn’t worried about her having any damaging information about him. Perhaps he wishes her well so she can eventually testify against many powerful people. Was Trump on any flights to sex island? I doubt it because if he was, it would be headline news. With all of the (90%) liberal “Johns” on the sex island log, do you think Trump put out a hit on Epstein? Trump put the hit on the judges family? I I Trump wants this woman dead? Do you think an x president who went to sex island numerous times wishes her well? Maybe she will be suicided in jail like so many others associated with an x president we know.
  6. 1 point
    Bills defensive tackle Ed Oliver had all charges stemming from his May arrest in the Houston area dismissed. “The charges against Ed Oliver are being dismissed by the district attorney in Montgomery County [because of] the lack of evidence,” Houston attorney Gary Patterson told Mark Berman of FOX 26. “The blood results came back, and [more] View the full article
  7. 1 point
  8. 1 point
    But this, Donald's latest instance of runaway corruption as he seeks to use his office to line his pocket, doesn't matter, right, because somebody somewhere else has done or possibly will do something unethical or illegal as well? The funny thing about this is that it's only like the 158th most corrupt or illegal thing Donald has tried to get away with during his kleptocratic rule. . . Trump’s Request of an Ambassador: Get the British Open for Me Woody Johnson, the N.F.L. owner, Trump donor and ambassador to Britain, was warned not to get involved in trying to move the tournament to a Trump resort in Scotland, but he raised the idea anyway — and he failed. The American ambassador to Britain, Robert Wood Johnson IV, left, with President Trump and his wife, Melania, in 2018 in London.Credit...Doug Mills/The New York Times . LONDON — The American ambassador to Britain, Robert Wood Johnson IV, told multiple colleagues in February 2018 that President Trump had asked him to see if the British government could help steer the world-famous and lucrative British Open golf tournament to the Trump Turnberry resort in Scotland, according to three people with knowledge of the episode. The ambassador’s deputy, Lewis A. Lukens, advised him not to do it, warning that it would be an unethical use of the presidency for private gain, these people said. But Mr. Johnson apparently felt pressured to try. A few weeks later, he raised the idea of Turnberry playing host to the Open with the secretary of state for Scotland, David Mundell. In a brief interview last week, Mr. Mundell said it was “inappropriate” for him to discuss his dealings with Mr. Johnson and referred to a British government statement that said Mr. Johnson “made no request of Mr. Mundell regarding the British Open or any other sporting event.” The statement did not address whether the ambassador had broached the issue of Turnberry, which Mr. Trump bought in 2014, but none of the next four Opens are scheduled to be played there. Still, the episode left Mr. Lukens and other diplomats deeply unsettled. Mr. Lukens, who served as the acting ambassador before Mr. Johnson arrived in November 2017, emailed officials at the State Department to tell them what had happened, colleagues said. A few months later, Mr. Johnson forced out Mr. Lukens, a career diplomat who had earlier served as ambassador to Senegal, shortly before his term was to end. The White House declined to comment on Mr. Trump’s instructions to Mr. Johnson, as did the ambassador and the State Department. Although Mr. Trump, as president, is exempt from a federal conflict of interest law that makes it a criminal offense to take part in “government matters that will affect your own personal financial interest,” the Constitution prohibits federal officials from accepting gifts, or “emoluments,” from foreign governments. Experts on government ethics pointed to one potential violation of the emoluments clause that still may have been triggered by the president’s actions: The British or Scottish governments would most likely have to pay for security at the tournament, an event that would profit Mr. Trump. It was not the first time the president tried to steer business to one of his properties. Last year, the White House chose the Trump National Doral resort in Miami as the site of a Group of 7 meeting. Mr. Trump backed off after it ignited a political storm, moving the meeting to Camp David before canceling it because of the coronavirus pandemic. Mr. Trump also urged Vice President Mike Pence to stay at his family’s golf resort in Doonbeg, Ireland, last year during a visit, even though the vice president’s official business was on the other side of the country. That trip generated headlines for the golf club, but also controversy. And Mr. Trump has visited his family-owned golf courses more than 275 times since he took office, bringing reporters with him each time, ensuring that the resorts get ample news coverage. The Trump International Hotel in Washington has done a brisk trade in guests, foreign and domestic, who are in town to lobby the federal government. Turnberry itself drew attention when the Pentagon acknowledged it had been sending troops to the resort while they were on overnight layovers at the nearby Glasgow Prestwick Airport. The Trump Turnberry resort in South Ayrshire, Scotland.Credit...Mary Turner for The New York Times . But Mr. Trump and his children have struggled for more than a decade to attract professional golf tournaments to the family’s 16 golf courses, knowing those events draw global television audiences and help drive traffic. They own most of the courses outright — as opposed to simply selling the family name, as is the case with several of their hotels and residential towers — and the courses generate about a third of the family’s revenue, with tournaments seen as a crucial way to publicize them. This has been particularly important for the two Trump resorts in Scotland and one in Ireland, which have been losing money under Mr. Trump’s ownership. Mr. Trump himself was intensely involved in promoting them before he was elected, regularly pushing golf writers and the editors of golf magazines to play with him, often after whisking them to Scotland on his private jet. The losses at the British resorts have come even after the family made costly investments to build or upgrade their courses, including $150 million at Turnberry. The most recent annual report for Turnberry shows it lost nearly $1 million, on $19 million in sales, in 2018. But the campaign to recruit tournaments has been complicated by Mr. Trump’s political ascent. Executives who run the Scottish Open, for example, said in 2017 that they would most likely not hold the tournament at the Trump family’s Aberdeen golf resort, even after direct appeals by Mr. Trump. “Politics aside, Trump would be an ideal venue — but you can’t put politics aside,” Martin Gilbert, the chief executive of Aberdeen Asset Management, which is the lead sponsor of the Scottish Open, told reporters. As ambassador, Mr. Johnson has had to navigate Mr. Trump’s up-and-down relations with British leaders. The president soured on the prime minister at the time, Theresa May, and berated her on trans-Atlantic phone calls. His relations with Prime Minister Boris Johnson, a like-minded populist, have been warmer, though Mr. Johnson has sometimes steered clear of Mr. Trump, who is deeply unpopular in Britain. A prominent Republican donor, Ambassador Johnson initially supported Jeb Bush for the Republican nomination in 2016, but he later backed Mr. Trump, introducing him to other figures in the party’s money circles. Enlisting Mr. Johnson as an emissary on behalf of his golf course was another way the president was looking for help furthering his financial interests. Beyond the legal and ethical red flags, asking for such a favor from his host country would put Mr. Johnson in an untenable position as the emissary of the United States. “It is diplomatic malpractice because once you do that, you put yourself in a compromised position,” said Norman L. Eisen, who served as President Barack Obama’s special counsel for ethics and later as his ambassador to the Czech Republic. “They can always say, ‘Remember that time when you made that suggestion.’ No experienced diplomat would do that.” For Mr. Johnson, 73, London was a reward fit for the billionaire heir to the Johnson & Johnson pharmaceutical fortune. Formally known as the Court of St. James’s, the assignment is the plum of the diplomatic corps — one that comes with a palatial residence, Winfield House, and entree to the highest levels of British society. Like many political appointees, Mr. Johnson had no diplomatic experience before arriving in London. Affable and well connected, he is known mainly for the nickname Woody and his ownership of the New York Jets, a perennially struggling N.F.L. franchise. His transition to leading a large embassy was bumpy. Mr. Johnson’s throwback style has been criticized as offensive. There have been complaints that he complimented the appearances of female employees during staff meetings, and after interviewing a candidate to replace Mr. Lukens as deputy chief of mission, he asked a colleague whether she was Jewish. The ambassador, colleagues said, forced out Mr. Lukens after hearing he gave a speech at a British university in which he told a positive anecdote about a visit Mr. Obama had made to Senegal in 2013, when Mr. Lukens was the envoy. At least some of those complaints were raised with the department’s Office of the Inspector General last fall, when a team of investigators began a routine review of diplomatic operations at the embassy. The findings were submitted in February, and the complaints are expected to be included, according to one of the investigators. It is not clear why the review has not been made public. Neither the State Department nor the embassy addressed the accusations, but the department said Mr. Johnson had led the embassy “honorably and professionally.” In a statement, it said, “We stand by Ambassador Johnson and look forward to him continuing to ensure our special relationship with the U.K. is strong.” Mr. Johnson, who owns the New York Jets, in 2010 at what at the time was known as New Meadowlands Stadium in New Jersey.Credit...Chang W. Lee/The New York Times . As for Mr. Trump’s request for help in getting the Open, it is not clear how much sway the British government would have had even if it had responded to Mr. Johnson’s hints. The tournament is run by the R&A, a golf association based at the Royal and Ancient Golf Club in St. Andrews, which is the British counterpart to the United States Golf Association. A spokesman for the R&A, Mike Woodcock, said a committee selects the site from a pool of 10 courses in Scotland, England and Northern Ireland based on factors like the readiness of the course and public infrastructure. “We haven’t received any approaches from the British government or the Scottish government about this,” he said. https://www.nytimes.com/2020/07/21/world/europe/trump-british-open.html?action=click&module=Top Stories&pgtype=Homepage
  9. 1 point
  10. 1 point
    Exactly! Who cares if Trump wants to use his office to bring more money into his resort? It’s not like that’s illegal. Oh, wait…
  11. 1 point
    Because he is senile. The debates are gonna be awesome!
  12. 1 point
    Because he can't answer them even WITH the teleprompter. Boy would I love to see that jackass Chris Wallace press the screws on Biden in an interview like he tried with Trump. Biden would blow up and want to do a push up contest with him while calling him fat.
  13. 1 point
    Yeah he wishes her well so she can spill all of the dirt unlike her partner Epstein. As for the photos, everyone knows that Trump knew Epstein at one time but had a major falling out. We've rehashed this already. It stemmed from Epstein being tossed from Mar-A-Lago because of his behavior and the fact that Trump barely outbid him on an adjacent Florida property. Trump was also willing to testify against him. I don't know why these guys keep trying to make this association, which was never fruitful in the blackmail sense, while conveniently ignoring the scores of people who likely did partake in Jeffrey's depraved activities.
  14. 1 point
    I’m in the camp that trump says some incredibly dumb things. He has no self-awareness of how things will be interpreted after they leave his pie hole. But I agree that if she knows things that will bring down ANYONE that committed a crime, let it be heard.
  15. 1 point
    I don't believe Trump ever denied knowing Eppy. Are you implying he did?
  16. 1 point
    Photo by Bryan M. Bennett/Getty Images No more charges. The DWI and weapons charges against Buffalo Bills defensive tackle Ed Oliver have been dismissed due to lack of evidence. The news was shared by FOX 26 in Houston. Oliver was originally arrested in May and charged with Driving While Intoxicated and possessing an illegal gun. The pistol was legal but holding it while committing an offense was also an offense. “The charges against Ed Oliver are being dismissed by the district attorney of Montgomery County (because of) the lack of evidence. The blood results came back and they were totally negative,” says attorney Gary Patterson. “He had no drugs at all in his system. So everybody knows it’s not the attorney that’s getting him off. They had no evidence.” Oliver was caught with an open beer, which apparently didn’t factor into the DWI charge. He was driving erratically according to a 911 caller and was pulled over. Video of the roadside tests was immediately available on the internet: With the charges being dismissed with the complete lack of evidence, it’s likely Oliver won’t face suspension by the league. Good news all around! View the full article
  17. 1 point
    Like a great rock band. His new material is great and the old stuff holds up.
  18. 1 point
  19. 1 point
    wishing a child sex traffic pimp "well" is on my MAGAT bingo card!
  20. 1 point
    Look at what taking questions after a press conference does for Donny Orange. I say let Donny keep imploding after each conference. It only helps Biden.
  21. 1 point
  22. 1 point
    Ah well, I forgive him. He made up for it a year later when he helped us nab EJ Manuel.
  23. 1 point
    because he doesnt have to press conf questions are land mines and its an unnecessary risk for him at this time don is imploding. joe is very far ahead right now, the risk/reward wouldn't be worth taking questions for any candidate, especially one with an historically awkward phrasing of things
  24. 1 point
    Trade in your goatee for a soul patch and you're set!!!
  25. 1 point
    Replace 'Quantum Physics' with 'The Multi-tiered Geopolitical Strategy of Donald Trump'
  26. 1 point
    I smell desperation on the part of the libtards. LOL
  27. 1 point
  28. 1 point
    Moving up is almost never worth the cost other than for a QB or the one player you are away from a super bowl. And you are never "one player away" so basically you should only trade up for a QB. I think even Belichecks dog would agree here :-) But Edmunds might really have been worth it. Early results look good! one more comment: we definitely need more 'Tre's on the team :-) ... remember when we cornered the market for Williamses :D
  29. 1 point
    That move trading up to take him looks better every minute
  30. 1 point
  31. 1 point
  32. 1 point
  33. 1 point
    And the Bills FINALLY have a really good team. How fucked up is this?
  34. 1 point
  35. 1 point
    I more or less stopped actively watching the news months and months ago. I keep us mostly by this site and looking up articles, Flipboard on my phone and conversations with my customers
  36. 1 point
  37. 1 point
    I’ve recently been asking myself whether I should continue to watch the news. Its seriously affecting my positivity.
  38. 1 point
    That would be one rich and talented family
  39. 1 point
    I believe StraightJ could explain Why Judith Katz is propagating this if he were around. Do you think there are writers in Japan wringing their hands and lamenting that their culture is too Japanese?
  40. 1 point
    ....And you've expressed more independent thought in this one post than Professor Pigworth has his entire time posting on this forum.
  41. 0 points
    You know, if I was an admin on this message board, you, Bowman and LI Bills would be fucking gone. I would institute a no trolling policy from day one. And you three idiots would be fucking history. The three of you combined have yet to put together one coherent thought.
  • Create New...