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  1. So slapping someone's ass is an arrestable offence now? Shit, I could have been locked up for good in my 20's!
  2. I read the article and for as brash and bellicose that Trump is I can't even imagine he said those words in a serious light or with that wording. The article does not mention a source other than what the author wrote in his book.
  3. No one is scared of Bernie because he's a loon who is about to get railroaded by the DNC again. The only thing scary about him are the people who actually believe his bullshit would work after history has already shown us for over 100 years that Socialism does not work.
  4. They can be useful when done properly but they hardly ever are. Usually they are skewed by misleading questions or wonkery with the sample size and demographics. I look at the data around the poll to see if it's worth shit or not.
  5. Nah we don't. He was anti-Trump all the way and the only reason why he did that "investigation" was to clear her name before her inevitable ascension to the Presidency all while expediting the FISA abuses by lending credence to the Pee-Pee Dossier. Great guy, I'm sure his daughter (who is documented as Pro-Hillary) is just as upstanding. The SDNY is just New York's tool to finally get that Orange Drumpf guy.
  6. This book is written by Philip Rucker who works for The Washington Post just for reference. I don't see a source listed for the meeting.
  7. Yup, very respectable. This is the same SDNY that employs Maureen Comey - daughter of one James Comey. The same one on the Epstein prosecution team, Real trustworthy!
  8. Lev Parnas is being coerced by the SDNY to fabricate details of his Trump dealings in order to get a reduced sentence for violating campaign finance laws. This is Michael Cohen part 2. I'm sorry the Lefties fell for this but that's what it is.
  9. “It’s all over the Ukrainian media as well today and yesterday and strangely enough my name was not mentioned although I am Minister of Foreign Affairs. And frankly I never spoke with this individual. And again frankly I don’t trust any word again he’s now saying.” Lev Parnas And Igor Fruman Charged With Conspiring To Violate Straw And Foreign Donor Bans Geoffrey S. Berman, the United States Attorney for the Southern District of New York, and William F. Sweeney Jr., the Assistant Director in Charge of the New York Field Office of the Federal Bureau of Investigation (“FBI”), announced that LEV PARNAS, IGOR FRUMAN, DAVID CORREIA and ANDREY KUKUSHKIN were charged in a four-count indictment alleging that each of the defendants conspired to violate the ban on foreign donations and contributions in connection with federal and state elections. In addition, PARNAS and FRUMAN were charged with conspiring to make contributions in connection with federal elections in the names of others, and with making false statements to and falsifying records to obstruct the administration of a matter within the jurisdiction of the Federal Election Commission (“FEC”). PARNAS and FRUMAN were arrested yesterday evening at Washington Dulles International Airport and will be presented at 2:00 p.m. this afternoon before U.S. Magistrate Judge Michael S. Nachmanoff in the Eastern District of Virginia. KUKUSHKIN was arrested yesterday in California and will be presented at 10:30 a.m. Pacific Time before U.S. Magistrate Judge Jacqueline Scott Corley in the Northern District of California. CORREIA remains at large. The case is assigned to U.S. District Judge J. Paul Oetken in the Southern District of New York.
  10. Somber Impeachment Ceremony Concludes With The Impeachment Dancers WASHINGTON, D.C.—It was a somber day for the U.S., as House Democrats formalized the impeachment of President Donald Trump. Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi took seven solemn hours to sign the articles of impeachment with 582 custom pens on silver trays before she sent them over to the Senate. As the articles were handed over, the Impeachment Dancers entered the room, marking the dark day with a well-choreographed dance number accented by a tasteful amount of pyrotechnics. “It is gravely serious to accuse the president of high crimes and misdemeanors,” Pelosi said as dancers gyrated behind her. “And we do this reluctantly and with a heavy heart.” After the ceremony and the dance number concluded, Democratic leaders all had a moment of silence to reflect on the gravity of their undertaking, the only sound now being the making of impeachment balloons by the Impeachment Clowns there to entertain the children. With President Trump officially impeached and the trial now in the hands of the Senate, the House Democrats left feeling their important work was done -- except for all the fundraising emails they had to write.
  11. Jaywalking. Also, this can be disputed by citation of Section 503 in the Foreign Assistance Act of 1961. SEC. 503. ø22 U.S.C. 2311¿ GENERAL AUTHORITY.—(a) The President is authorized to furnish military assistance, on such terms and conditions as he may determine, to any friendly country or international organization, the assisting of which the President finds will strengthen the security of the United States and promote world peace and which is otherwise eligible to receive such assistance, by— (1) acquiring from any source and providing (by loan or grant) any defense article or defense service; (2) assigning or detailing members of the Armed Forces of the United States and other personnel of the Department of Defense to perform duties of a non-combatant nature; or (3) transferring such of the funds appropriated or otherwise made available under this chapter as the President may determine for assistance to a recipient country, to the account in which funds for the procurement of defense articles and defense services under section 21 and section 22 of the Arms Export Control Act have been deposited for such recipient, to be merged with such deposited funds, and to be used solely to meet obligations of the recipient for payment for sales under that Act.
  12. At this point they're just fabricating any evidence they can find to prolong this no matter how trivial. In a normal court of law the prosecution cannot produce new evidence once the trial has begun which it has since the impeachment vote occurred a couple of weeks ago. They were supposed to have their entire case, witnesses and all, during the House process and are now just throwing any shit they can to sway the American public which isn't working. It's the Senate's turn now and they aren't obligated to make any concessions to the House since the House never gave a fair hearing on it. Had they allowed public questioning and the ability for the Republicans to produce their own witnesses things might have been different but they chose not to, very unwisely. The laughable thing is how people are buying this whole narrative that the Executive equivalent of jaywalking is some kind of high crime.
  13. That's called "Crony Capitalism" and you'd be hard pressed to find anyone supporting that. An economy that is nominally free-market, but allows for preferential regulation and other favorable government intervention based on personal relationships. In such a system, the false appearance of "pure" capitalism is publicly maintained to preserve the exclusive influence of well-connected individuals. CRONY CAPITALISM. THE PHARMACEUTICAL INDUSTRY
  14. LOL. She needed watching, bitch was shady as fuck with her "Do Not Prosecute" list and running cover for the honeypot of corruption. Personally she should be jailed.
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