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PostPosted: Wed Aug 22, 2018 6:23 pm 
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“Michael Cohen plead guilty to two counts of campaign finance violations that are not a crime. President Obama had a big campaign finance violation and it was easily settled!” ~ Donald J. Trump

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PostPosted: Wed Aug 22, 2018 6:31 pm 
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Is that what it said? Then why didn't it just say that?

Well, we will all see what comes of this. I think it is just the tip of the iceberg. But Trump doesn't believe in global warming, does he? :laughitup:

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PostPosted: Wed Aug 22, 2018 6:37 pm 
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Rose wrote:
Surely you understood:

“Michael Cohen plead guilty to two counts of campaign finance violations that are not a crime. President Obama had a big campaign finance violation and it was easily settled!” ~ Donald J. Trump


But isn't Cohen supposed to have paid off two women who claimed to have had affairs with Trump? Thereby attempting to influence an election by silencing them...which is a crime punishable by jail? And it was at Trump's behest and he re-imbursed Cohen?

The Obama 2008 campaign has been subject to audit, only completed recently. Some paperwork wasn't filed in the time it should have been, a violation punishable by a fine.


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PostPosted: Wed Aug 22, 2018 6:54 pm 
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A prosecutor has to prove--in court--a payment made to a pest (since 2006) to go away was a campaign contribution.

Remember how the “John Edwards extramarital affair” turned out?

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…A federal grand jury investigated whether any of Edwards' campaign funds were misspent on covering up the affair and, on August 6, 2009, Hunter testified before a federal grand jury in Raleigh, North Carolina.[104]…..
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On June 3, 2011, Edwards was indicted by a North Carolina grand jury on six felony charges. Edwards faced a maximum sentence of thirty years in prison and a $1.5 million fine, or a USD250,000 fine and/or five years imprisonment per charge.[116] The indictment came after the failure of intensive negotiations for a plea bargain agreement. The agreement would have meant that Edwards would have been required to plead guilty to three misdemeanor campaign finance lawviolations, in addition to a six-month prison sentence, but would have allowed Edwards to keep his law license.[117]
After delays, due to John Edwards' medical condition, jury selection for the trial began on April 12, 2012. Opening arguments began on April 23, 2012.[118] A verdict (not guilty on one count and a mistrial on the remaining five) to the trial was reached on May 31, 2012.[119]

The trial was criticized by Republicans, such as Michael Steele and Joe Scarborough ["Morning Joe" of MSNBC[, who referred to the procedure as "an absolute waste of resources."[118]

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/John_Edwa ... tal_affair

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PostPosted: Wed Aug 22, 2018 6:58 pm 
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Let's leave it to the lawyers to apply the law. No point in trying to second-guess.

Not looking great for Trump though.


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aardvaark wrote:
Is that what it said? Then why didn't it just say that?

He did.

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Well, we will all see what comes of this. I think it is just the tip of the iceberg.

We were told what to expect:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-SWZjpAgfJg

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But Trump doesn't believe in global warming, does he?...

He believes in logic.

https://www.youtube.com/results?search_ ... l+warming+

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Rose wrote:
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“Michael Cohen plead guilty to two counts of campaign finance violations that are not a crime. President Obama had a big campaign finance violation and it was easily settled!” ~ Donald J. Trump
So Obama conspired with his personal lawyer to commit an illegal act ...oh , ... bank fraud as well ... ?? set up an LLC to obscure the "funnelling" of the money to bribe a Porn star and "Heffner bunny" not to talk about playing hide and seek with the orange sausage....in order to influence a presidential election .

And then lied multiple times to cover it up ....??

Damn ...I'm shocked ...Spanky has some competition in the sleaze stakes .. who would(nt) have thunk it ?
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I don't belong to that.
worth dipping in if you need a laugh ...the replies are very funny ....so are some of the original tweets
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If anyone is looking for a good lawyer, I would strongly suggest that you don’t retain the services of Michael Cohen!
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“Show me the man and I'll show you the crime.” ~ a quote by...

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Lavrentiy Beria, the most ruthless and longest-serving secret police chief in Joseph Stalin’s reign of terror in Russia and Eastern Europe, bragged that he could prove criminal conduct on anyone, even the innocent.
https://www.oxfordeagle.com/2018/05/09/ ... the-crime/

Interesting article: "The Criminalization of Almost Everything"
https://www.cato.org/policy-report/janu ... everything

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When partisanship exceeds all common sense

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NORTHERN VIRGINIA – Special Counsel Robert Mueller’s team was one holdout juror away from winning a conviction against Paul Manafort on all 18 counts of bank and tax fraud, juror Paula Duncan told Fox News in an exclusive interview Wednesday.
http://www.foxnews.com/politics/2018/08 ... s.amp.html
“It was one person who kept the verdict from being guilty on all 18 counts,”

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There were one or two holdouts, but one in the end.
Most of the jurors were Democrats.
The juror who spoke was Republican--who voted for Trump--and said she'd vote for Trump in 2020.
Fox News is useful, eh, Tankus...


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they have got the back ..of the interests of the USA ....

uber pro trumpist who wanted Manafort to be be innocent ....thought that Manafort was as guilty as sin as the evidence was overwhelming ....stated it on faux ....

totally vindicates Muellers investigation ...dontcha think ?

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they have got the back ..of the interests of the USA ....



Why have so many of them been fired?

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they have got the back ..of the interests of the USA ...
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We have the interests of exposed corrupt bureaucrats--trying desperately to save themselves--and their cushy jobs.

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uber pro trumpist who wanted Manafort to be be innocent ....thought that Manafort was as guilty as sin as the evidence was overwhelming ....stated it on faux ....


Remember, Manafort's crimes had NOTHING to do with Donald Trump.

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totally vindicates Muellers investigation ...dontcha think ?

No, there's STILL no "Russian collusion with [the] Trump Campaign."

So far this fiasco has cost American taxpayers upwards of $20,000,000 in the last 15 months...

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they have got the back ..of the interests of the USA ....



Why have so many of them been fired?

I think it was around 25 people who were fired or demoted, Major. I'll try to look it up, but Google won't be of any help.

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totally vindicates Muellers investigation ...dontcha think ?



Wasn't Mueller the FBI Director when Manafort committed these crimes? It took him over a decade to finally get his guy and you think that vindicates him? Why didn't he do his job when he had the job?

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,Back to “Russian collusion” allegations:
Warning: If disinterested, or suffering from TDS or TAD, don't look.
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Donald J. Trump‏ Verified account @realDonaldTrump 4 hours ago
Fake News reporting, a complete fabrication, that I am concerned about the meeting my wonderful son, Donald, had in Trump Tower. This was a meeting to get information on an opponent, totally legal and done all the time in politics - and it went nowhere. I did not know about it!

https://twitter.com/realDonaldTrump
Premeditated conspiracy to defraud the USA's election process in collusion with a hostile foreign government . and then multiple lies to cover up , including on oath .
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Trump appointed Bannon to be his Chief Strategist, a newly created position. The title made him a senior advisor to the president, nearly equivalent in authority to the Chief of Staff attributed to Bannon......"The three senior guys in the campaign thought it was a good idea to meet with a foreign government inside Trump Tower in the conference room on the 25th floor - with no lawyers. They didn't have any lawyers.""Even if you thought that this was not treasonous, or unpatriotic, or bad shit, and I happen to think it's all of that, you should have called the FBI immediately."


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Major wrote:
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totally vindicates Muellers investigation ...dontcha think ?

Wasn't Mueller the FBI Director when Manafort committed these crimes? It took him over a decade to finally get his guy and you think that vindicates him? Why didn't he do his job when he had the job?
Tax fraud .?..IRS surely

vindication ....errr ..this lot
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What's happened, so far?

"Russian collusion in [the] Trump campaign": Investigated under investigation ..criminal charges due in court Sept ..Conspiracy to defraud the usa with a foreign hostile government confessed in public
Don Jr , conspiracy to defraud the USA under investigation , alleged perjury.
Obvious Russian collusion in the Hillary Clinton campaign:Not Investigated under investigation , 12 Russian intelligence officers indicted .

Trump Foundation: Investigated.... under investigation.. likely criminal charges to follow
Clinton Foundation: Not Investigated..under investigation .again

Michael Cohen: Investigated....... pleaded guilty more charges to follow
Marc Elias: Not Investigated

Alex van der Zwaan, an attorney, pleaded guilty to lying to FBI... jailed
Michael Flynn charged and pleaded guilty

Paul Manafort: Investigated ...convicted felon ..jailed :more charges to follow
Rick Gates: charged pleaded guilty
George Papadopoulos: charged pleaded guilty
Richard Pinedo : charged pleaded guilty
Maria Butina :charged as a Russian spy , currently in jail pending trial
Jared Kushner.: under investigation
13 Russian nationals and three Russian companies :grand jury indicted

Tony Podesta: Investigated very quietly, shhhh under investigation

National Enquirer: Investigated under investigation , likely charges to follow
Fusion GPS: Not Investigated under investigation.... won libel case over Trump campaign dossier against a number of Russians

helped you out there ...in red (commie red )

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Tax fraud .?..IRS surely



So, why didn't the IRS charge him then, why didn't they charge him this time?

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...helped you out there ...in red (commie red )

Nothing plus nothing equals...


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That cartoon is worthy of Gobbels .....how many convictions ?

How many hours did Hillary Clinton get questioned under oath ? ...trump ?

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Tax fraud .?..IRS surely



So, why didn't the IRS charge him then, why didn't they charge him this time?

His defense lawyers tried that one ....didnt work

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That cartoon is worthy of Gobbels .....how many convictions ?


For Manafort? Remember, the trial had nothing to do with Donald Trump.

There is still NO evidence against Donald Trump or his campaign.

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How many hours did Hillary Clinton get questioned under oath ?


About her email debacle? It was an interview.

https://abcnews.go.com/Politics/hillary ... d=40325251

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Michael Cohen told Senate intel committee he saw no evidence of Trump-Russia collusion

Former Trump lawyer Michael Cohen emphatically stated a year ago that he saw no evidence that the president colluded with Russia during the campaign.

His words to the Senate Select Committee on Intelligence on Sept. 19, 2017, have important meaning today.

His attorney, Lanny Davis, a longtime Bill and Hillary Clinton operative, floated the idea last week that Mr. Cohen would testify that Mr. Trump was aware of ongoing Russian operations in 2016 to target Hillary Clinton. His charge suggested Trump-Moscow collusion. Mr. Davis later retracted his allegation.

Mr. Cohen told the Senate committee, “Given my own proximity to the President of the United States as a candidate, let me also say that I never saw anything —not a hint of anything — that demonstrated his involvement in Russian interference in our election or any form of Russian collusion. I emphatically state that I had nothing to do with any Russian involvement in our electoral process.”

Mr. Cohen said he never traveled to Prague to execute a computer hacking cover-up, as alleged in the Democratic Party-financed Christopher Steele dossier.

Mr. Davis, who once expressed confidence in the discredited dossier, said last week that the Prague denial stands — Mr. Cohen never went there.

Mr. Cohen also told the Senate committee:

“Let me be totally clear that I am innocent of the allegations raised against me in the public square, which are based upon misinformation and unnamed or unverifiable sources.

“I have never engaged with, been paid by, paid for, or conversed with any member of the Russian Federation or anyone else to hack anyone or any organization. I have never engaged with, been paid by, paid for, or conversed with any member of the Russian Federation or anyone else to hack or interfere with the election.

“I have never engaged with, been paid by, paid for, or conversed with any member of the Russian Federation or anyone else to hack Democratic Party computers; and I have never engaged with, been paid by, paid for, or conversed with any member of the Russian Federation or anyone else to create fake news stories to assist the Trump campaign or to damage the Clinton campaign.”

Mr. Cohen has pleaded guilty to fraud related to his private businesses, and to campaign finance charges related to hush payments to women who say they had affairs with Mr. Trump. He said he made the payments at the direction of Mr. Trump.

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Cohen is as honest as Trump .....why do you think trump hired him as his personal attorney ?......hes heading for jail...trump aint going to pardon him ...and it looks like mueller doesnt need him ...

Manafort tried to cut a deal with Mueller before his first verdict ....it fell through ....hes got at least one trial to go ....maybe two ...if the 10 other charges scuppered by the lone cultist ,get re trialed ... trump seems dead keen on a pardon ...

All the presidents men ...eh ?

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Bruce Ohr to lawmakers: FBI doubts credibility of anti-Trump dossier


Justice Department official Bruce Ohr told House lawmakers on Tuesday that the FBI doubted the credibility of a salacious anti-Trump dossier used to obtain a surveillance warrant for a member of Donald Trump’s presidential campaign team, according to a key Republican.

“Not only did the FBI know the dossier was unverified, but they also knew there were real credibility issues where it would never end up in a courtroom,” said Rep. Mark Meadows, North Carolina Republican.

The disclosure is the latest twist in the complicated saga of Mr. Ohr, a career Justice Department official with close ties to those responsible for creating and disseminating the dossier full of unproven allegations about President Trump’s ties to Russia.

Mr. Ohr, a nearly 30-year veteran of the Justice Department, had a longtime relationship with British spy Christopher Steele, who created and circulated the dossier. His wife, Nellie Ohr, is an employee of Fusion GPS, the firm that was paid by Hillary Clinton’s campaign and the Democratic National Committee to compile the dossier.

Republicans have said that Mr. Ohr gave the dossier to the FBI, which it used to obtain a Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act, or FISA, warrant on Carter Page, a key Trump campaign aide. When the dossier was given to the FBI, Mr. Ohr was head of the Justice Department’s organized crime and drug task forces, and passing it along would have fallen outside his job responsibilities.

Fox News reported this month that Mr. Steele, who was fired by the FBI for leaking information to the media, tried to use Mr. Ohr to contact special counsel Robert Mueller, who is heading the probe into any Russian collusion with the Trump campaign.

Mr. Ohr testified in a closed-door hearing for nearly eight hours Tuesday before a handful of Republicans on the House Judiciary and Oversight committees. No Democrats attended the meeting, but staff members of both parties were on hand.

Rep. Matt Gaetz, Florida Republican, and Mr. Meadows said during a break in the testimony that the FBI withheld crucial information when it sought a FISA warrant to conduct surveillance on Mr. Page.

“Until today, we were not certain that the FBI knew all of the things at the time that they were making initial FISA application and subsequent renewals,” Mr. Gaetz said. “What we’ve learned today is that the FBI was absolutely in possession of material facts that they withheld from the FISA courts.”

The FISA warrant for Mr. Page was approved in October 2016 and renewed three times by key Justice Department officials, including Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein. The warrant says Mr. Page was the subject of a “targeted recruitment” by the Russian government.

But Mr. Meadows implied the warrant may not have been approved had the FBI fully disclosed all the information to the FISA court.

“It was not only confirmed once, but multiple times that information that should have been in the FISA application was not, or it appears that it was not based on the footnotes that we have read,” he said. “I have not seen the actual FISA application. If indeed the information we heard about today was not given to those four FISA judges, there’s a real problem.”

Lawmakers said Mr. Ohr was forthcoming, but his testimony about his contacts with Fusion GPS appeared to contradict previous statements by Fusion GPS co-founder Glenn Simpson and former FBI lawyer Lisa Page.

“Either Bruce Ohr’s lying or Glenn Simpson’s lying,” Mr. Gaetz said, emphasizing the need for public hearings before the Judiciary Committee to resolve the contradictory testimony.

Rep. Darrell Issa, California Republican, told reporters that Mr. Ohr disclosed he had multiple “handlers” at the FBI who received the dossier, but Mr. Issa did not identify those officials.

“There’s quite a list of names,” he said coyly.

Mr. Ohr was demoted by the Justice Department after news of his role in distributing the Steele dossier surfaced. Mr. Trump proposed revoking his security clearance this month.

“I think that Bruce Ohr is a disgrace with his wife, Nellie,” the president told reporters. “For him to be in the Justice Department and doing what he is doing is a disgrace.”

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