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What did we learn today?

We learned that is you're a NY Billionaire, it's OK to bilk people out of their money and commit 98 instances of wire fraud using inside trading to make yourself richer.

We learned that it's OK to sell a vacant Senate seat to the highest bidder, as long as you made an appearance on The Apprentice.

We learned that you can accept $250,000 in home remodeling in exchange for favorable contracts to a Mob friendly contractor when you're Guiliani's right hand man.

It's OK to lie to the Government and commit years of Tax Fraud, when you're Guiliani's Chief of Police.

It's OK to bet on your own team when you're an NFL owner.

Most of all, we learned that fucktard Trump supporters will continue to turn their heads away form the blatant criminal activity and favoritism the fake President exhibits daily by the lack of a single mention of this on the Range today.

Fuck ALL of you Trump loving fuckwads up your pathetic asses

 

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1 minute ago, HipKat said:

What did we learn today?

We learned that is you're a NY Billionaire, it's OK to bilk people out of their money and commit 98 instances of wire fraud using inside trading to make yourself richer.

We learned that it's OK to sell a vacant Senate seat to the highest bidder, as long as you made an appearance on The Apprentice.

We learned that you can accept $250,000 in home remodeling in exchange for favorable contracts to a Mob friendly contractor when you're Guiliani's right hand man.

It's OK to lie to the Government and commit years of Tax Fraud, when you're Guiliani's Chief of Police.

It's OK to bet on your own team when you're an NFL owner.

Most of all, we learned that fucktard Trump supporters will continue to turn their heads away form the blatant criminal activity and favoritism the fake President exhibits daily by the lack of a single mention of this on the Range today.

Fuck ALL of you Trump loving fuckwads up your pathetic asses

LOL.  You are one miserable human being.  Are you ever happy?????

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Rod Blagojevich - Democrat

Eddie DeBartolo Jr - Paid a Democrat governor for casino license

I thought you'd be happy about those two at least.


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4 minutes ago, SackMan518 said:

Rod Blagojevich - Democrat

Eddie DeBartolo Jr - Paid a Democrat governor for casino license

I thought you'd be happy about those two at least.

Yeah really.  Did Obongo ever pardon anyone??????

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The title is "What did we learn?".  Before clicking I had the answer based on years of reading this nonsense.  Absolutely bleeping nothing.

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14 minutes ago, Thebowflexbody said:

Yeah really.  Did Obongo ever pardon anyone??????

Dude, I gave Hip credit yesterday and don't want you to think my detailed posts were just meant to shame you.  

So I am giving you credit now to show it wasn't personal.  And somehow his rep changed dramatically, so I think Lit quietly may have fixed things without even seeking credit, so that deserves credit too.

 


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For the Benefit of Blowhard, Obama pardoned a bunch of people and very few were rich and famous

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_people_granted_executive_clemency_by_Barack_Obama

 

Unlike Trump, who only pardons the Wealthy, famous and politically advantageous

https://www.justice.gov/pardon/pardons-granted-president-donald-trump

 


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Too weird to live, and too rare to die.”

 

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HipKat, on *** other h***, is genuine, unapoli***tically nasty, and w**** his hea** on his ******. jc856

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53 minutes ago, StraightJ said:

Dude, I gave Hip credit yesterday and don't want you to think my detailed posts were just meant to shame you.  

So I am giving you credit now to show it wasn't personal.  And somehow his rep changed dramatically, so I think Lit quietly may have fixed things without even seeking credit, so that deserves credit too.

If he did, then I'm pissed off at you, which I should be anyway. You think I LIKE seeing that number? QUIETLY, for a few months it's been working it's way down., til you opened your mouth like a naive-dolt.

You owe me now

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A high-powered mutant of some kind, never even considered for mass production.

Too weird to live, and too rare to die.”

 

Twitter: @HKTheResistance

 

HipKat, on *** other h***, is genuine, unapoli***tically nasty, and w**** his hea** on his ******. jc856

I’ll just forward them to Bridgett. comssvet11

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55 minutes ago, HipKat said:

For the Benefit of Blowhard, Obama pardoned a bunch of people and very few were rich and famous

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_people_granted_executive_clemency_by_Barack_Obama

Unlike Trump, who only pardons the Wealthy, famous and politically advantageous

https://www.justice.gov/pardon/pardons-granted-president-donald-trump

Didn't he pardon that woman long in prison for drug charges?

Further, with the help of people like Rand Paul, didn't he pass massive criminal reform legislation for people like her, something nobody has done in ages?  

I give praise when it's due, and that was one of the highlights of the last however many presidencies.


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2 minutes ago, StraightJ said:

Didn't he pardon that woman long in prison for drug charges?

Further, with the help of people like Rand Paul, didn't he pass massive criminal reform legislation for people like her, something nobody has done in ages?  

I give praise when it's due, and that was one of the highlights of the last however many presidencies.

I give praise when it's due. Trump has earned very, very little because he's done so very little

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Too weird to live, and too rare to die.”

 

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HipKat, on *** other h***, is genuine, unapoli***tically nasty, and w**** his hea** on his ******. jc856

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52 minutes ago, HipKat said:

If he did, then I'm pissed off at you, which I should be anyway. You think I LIKE seeing that number? QUIETLY, for a few months it's been working it's way down., til you opened your mouth like a naive-dolt.

You owe me now

Man, I hadn't even noticed it until you pointed it out!!!

And to me it wasn't about you, it was about the whole board working properly.  I do care about the board, which is why I took up issue with the bots littering the board a dozen times daily with threads that rarely are replied to, but which scroll others out of sight, potentially killing them before their time.

As I meantioned earlier, I also had intended for awhile to post a thread in the Meat section to ask how each was graded...if the Trump was positive, negative, neutral....etc.  I can see where you are coming from though, so I don't want to argue too much about it.


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Blagojevich was sentenced for 14 years for selling Obama's old Senate seat (something entirely normal in politics) and served 8 years already. Is he scummy? Yup but I thought that sentence was pretty excessive.

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6 minutes ago, SackMan518 said:

Blagojevich was sentenced for 14 years for selling Obama's old Senate seat (something entirely normal in politics) and served 8 years already. Is he scummy? Yup but I thought that sentence was pretty excessive.

With the legacy of Obama, that seat is quite tarnished.  I hope whomever sat in it washed it vigorously beforehand.


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11 hours ago, StraightJ said:

Dude, I gave Hip credit yesterday and don't want you to think my detailed posts were just meant to shame you.  

So I am giving you credit now to show it wasn't personal.  And somehow his rep changed dramatically, so I think Lit quietly may have fixed things without even seeking credit, so that deserves credit too.

No offense taken and no problem here.  His reputation changed because I went back and undid many of the rainbow ratings I gave him.  This caused his stock to plummet back down to where it belongs.  Strange ratings system we have in place on this message board.

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38 minutes ago, SackMan518 said:

Blagojevich was sentenced for 14 years for selling Obama's old Senate seat (something entirely normal in politics) and served 8 years already. Is he scummy? Yup but I thought that sentence was pretty excessive.

It was.  Plus, we're talking about CHICAGO.  Obongo's home base.  LOL

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Everything about this is just as corrupt as Trump is. Let’s look a little deeper. First of all there is the process. Typically there is a team of lawyers who look at potential pardons and make a determination as to which should go to the president‘s desk for final decision. That did not happen here.

Second of all, one who was pardoned, Michael Milligan was by the request of a political donor who coincidentally threw a $10 million fundraiser dinner for Donald Trump just last week. Two were closely associated with Donald Trump‘s personal attorney and fellow criminal, Rudy Giuliani. And eight years in a country club prison for trying to sell a Senate seat which you can argue the merits of it’s morality, the constitution has something else to say about that and he was caught on an FBI wire tap. There are plenty of people who have done non-violent crimes, aren’t rich and famous, and have given up decades of their life to the penal system


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HipKat, on *** other h***, is genuine, unapoli***tically nasty, and w**** his hea** on his ******. jc856

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Just now, HipKat said:

Everything about this is just as corrupt as Trump is. Let’s look a little deeper. First of all there is the process. Typically there is a team of lawyers who look at potential pardons and make a determination as to which should go to the president‘s desk for final decision. That did not happen here.

Second of all, one who was pardoned, Michael Milligan was by the request of a political donor who coincidentally threw a $10 million fundraiser dinner for Donald Trump just last week. Two were closely associated with Donald Trump‘s personal attorney and fellow criminal, Rudy Giuliani. And eight years in a country club prison for trying to sell a Senate seat which you can argue the merits of it’s morality, the constitution has something else to say about that and he was caught on an FBI wire tap. There are plenty of people who have done non-violent crimes, aren’t rich and famous, and have given up decades of their life to the penal system

Yawn.  Hater's gonna hate.  LOL

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There's another element to this besides just a fellow corrupt fatty-faced rich man pardoning scum that are birds of the same feather. The criminal president is likely paving the way for upcoming pardons for his criminal cronies, Roger Stone and Michael Flynn.  

 

 

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11 minutes ago, Professor Pigworth said:

There's another element to this besides just a fellow corrupt fatty-faced rich man pardoning scum that are birds of the same feather. The criminal president is likely paving the way for upcoming pardons for his criminal cronies, Roger Stone and Michael Flynn.  

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Oh I hope so.

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12 minutes ago, Thebowflexbody said:

Oh I hope so.

Probably not necessary for Stone, if you listened to Judge Napolitano(a strict Constitutionalist) give reasons why the lying jury foreperson was likely grounds for a retrial, and that if it happened the government may not decide to try him again.   

He added the man's livelihood is made through talking, and he's has an unnecessary gag order on him for a long time, effectively robbing him of his ability to provide for himself.  The extremely biased juror is a lawyer, and she could be disbarred for her dishonest manipulation of justice.   I haven't even paid attention to Stone, but don't need to see when justice is being perverted through deception.  With a deliberation of that length, an agenda-driven foreperson likely made the difference in the outcome.


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51 minutes ago, Professor Pigworth said:

There's another element to this besides just a fellow corrupt fatty-faced rich man pardoning scum that are birds of the same feather. The criminal president is likely paving the way for upcoming pardons for his criminal cronies, Roger Stone and Michael Flynn.  

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Tя☭mp, when he thinks back on all the suckers he scammed throughout his life who either did business with him or who voted for him.

Don’t forget Paul Manafort


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HipKat, on *** other h***, is genuine, unapoli***tically nasty, and w**** his hea** on his ******. jc856

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14 minutes ago, StraightJ said:

Probably not necessary for Stone, if you listened to Judge Napolitano(a strict Constitutionalist) give reasons why the lying jury foreperson was likely grounds for a retrial, and that if it happened the government may not decide to try him again.   

He added the man's livelihood is made through talking, and he's has an unnecessary gag order on him for a long time, effectively robbing him of his ability to provide for himself.  The extremely biased juror is a lawyer, and she could be disbarred for her dishonest manipulation of justice.   I haven't even paid attention to Stone, but don't need to see when justice is being perverted through deception.  With a deliberation of that length, an agenda-driven foreperson likely made the difference in the outcome.

What are you talking about? First of all, his gag order was only in relation to his case. Second of all he lied to Congress. Why do you people keep saying or treating this like it’s no big deal? He fucking lied to Congress, obstructing an investigation and he threatened a witness on his case. He gets no pass. 


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A high-powered mutant of some kind, never even considered for mass production.

Too weird to live, and too rare to die.”

 

Twitter: @HKTheResistance

 

HipKat, on *** other h***, is genuine, unapoli***tically nasty, and w**** his hea** on his ******. jc856

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15 minutes ago, HipKat said:

What are you talking about? First of all, his gag order was only in relation to his case. Second of all he lied to Congress. Why do you people keep saying or treating this like it’s no big deal? He fucking lied to Congress, obstructing an investigation and he threatened a witness on his case. He gets no pass. 

No big deal.

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34 minutes ago, HipKat said:

What are you talking about? First of all, his gag order was only in relation to his case. Second of all he lied to Congress. Why do you people keep saying or treating this like it’s no big deal? He fucking lied to Congress, obstructing an investigation and he threatened a witness on his case. He gets no pass. 

1)I clearly said I dont closely follow the nonsense(if at all), but one doesn't need to in order to see that procedural due process was likely violated.  If the guy was guilty, then stepping outside of the rule of law should not be necessary to convict him.  It exposes hypocrisy and ulteriour motives when one says otherwise.  With the length of deliberation and level of TDS the foreperson had, the likelihood of a different outcome absent her presence and/or prediliction increases greatly.  Due process isn't something you can pick and choose the parts that suit your preferred outcome while discarding the ones that don't. 

2)Why are you not crying out for this guy in the article below to be jailed for lying to congress?   I don't even mean the latest time, but an even costlier one.  Like I said, I don't have an obsession over Trump so I don't know what consequence this Stone guy's alleged lie had, but I'd bet money it doesn't come close to touching the mass consequences of the lie the guy below told to congress.  The hypocrisy of the TDS-afflicted crew on here is rather disturbing.

 

 

 

 

 

Reminder: Liberal hero Robert Mueller lied about Iraq’s non-existent WMDs (VIDEO)

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Reminder: Liberal hero Robert Mueller lied about Iraq’s non-existent WMDs (VIDEO)

CIA Director George Tenet (L) and FBI Director Robert Mueller listen to remarks during a Senate Intelligence Committee hearing on worldwide threats to U.S. security, on Capitol Hill, February 11, 2003. © Kevin Lamarque © Reuters
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The 15th anniversary of the US invasion of Iraq has evoked many inconvenient memories for America – including the fact that Russiagate heartthrob Robert Mueller lied about Iraq’s WMDs, paving the way for war.

Currently serving as the head of an “independent” investigation into alleged Russian interference in the 2016 election, Mueller wasn’t always hailed by liberals as a brave crusader for democracy and truth. Actually, the liberal love affair with Mueller is a rather recent phenomenon.

 

A month before the ill-fated invasion began, then-FBI Director Robert Mueller endorsed the Bush administration’s bogus case for war with Iraq. On February 11, 2003, Mueller testified before Congress that, “as Director Tenet has pointed out, Secretary Powell presented evidence last week that Baghdad has failed to disarm its weapons of mass destruction, willfully attempting to evade and deceive the international community. Our particular concern is that Saddam Hussein may supply terrorists with biological, chemical, or radiological material.”

 

 

 

Mueller’s other accomplishments is overseeing an FBI gone wild, in which “thousands” of people in the United States – particularly those of Arabic origin – were “rounded up” as part of the bureau’s post-9/11 “anti-terrorism” efforts. “Headquarters encouraged more and more detentions for what seem to be essentially PR purposes. Field offices were required to report daily the number of detentions in order to supply grist for statements on our progress in fighting terrorism,” one FBI special agent recalled.


Mueller’s FBI also blamed the wrong guy for the 2001 anthrax mailings. (The wrongfully-accused anthrax-shipper was cleared of wrongdoing – six years after being declared a “person of interest” in the case.)

 

 


In a more recent episode, Mueller testified in 2013 that the National Security Agency’s vast, secretive domestic surveillance program aimed at ordinary Americans could have “derailed” the 9/11 attacks. Yet another ringing endorsement for truth and freedom.

https://www.rt.com/usa/421838-mueller-iraq-wmd-trump/

 

 

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