Shocker at the Justice Department: More evidence the Trump Administration is the most corrupt in American history

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Trump has more awful scandals in a week than most Presidents have in a whole term. We ALL should be outraged about his horrific Presidency, he’s setting us up for a fast, disgraceful fall from our position of power in the world, whatever is left of it after his first 3 years. Just because you don’t give a shit about our country or our future doesn’t mean the rest of us don’t either.
He had more “scandals” for sure. I don’t care about our “position of power”. I care about liberty and individual rights. You don’t give a shit about those things.
 

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Trump has more awful scandals in a week than most Presidents have in a whole term. We ALL should be outraged about his horrific Presidency, he’s setting us up for a fast, disgraceful fall from our position of power in the world, whatever is left of it after his first 3 years. Just because you don’t give a shit about our country or our future doesn’t mean the rest of us don’t either.
No. He has been ACCUSED of more scandals..... We have a #resistance movement and a deep state that doesn't want the DC establishment power and money taken away. There have been no actual scandals- just a three year temper tantrum by Dems, the media and the swamp.
 

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I care about liberty and individual rights.
You don’t know jack shit. The US has far more than anywhere else. It was founded by assholes like you, who think “freedom” and “rights” means getting to do whatever the hell you want, with zero authority to stop you. From owning and abusing slaves. Etc.

Authority is good. That’s why other countries are better places to live than the US.
 

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No. He has been ACCUSED of more scandals..... We have a #resistance movement and a deep state that doesn't want the DC establishment power and money taken away. There have been no actual scandals- just a three year temper tantrum by Dems, the media and the swamp.
What color is the sky there?
 

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Hmmm - even leftist Judge Berman says Trump was right- 7-9 years was excessive. She gives Stone 40 months. He deserves something- you can't lie to the authorities- even corrupt ones. My guess is that unless Stone gets a retrial (which he should based on the crooked jury) he will go to jail and serve something less than a year and be pardoned or have his sentence commuted. That would be about right.


GOP operative Roger Stone was sentenced to more than three years in prison on Thursday after days of drama ensnaring career prosecutors, the attorney general and the president over how severe Stone's punishment should be for making false statements to investigators during the Trump-Russia probe.

U.S. District Court Judge Amy Berman Jackson, while taking a firm stance toward Stone in the courtroom, also said the up to nine years originally sought by federal prosecutors was excessive. Her sentence of 40 months in prison was considerably less than that -- but still tough enough to keep speculation alive about a possible pardon from President Trump.


 

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No. He has been ACCUSED of more scandals..... We have a #resistance movement and a deep state that doesn't want the DC establishment power and money taken away. There have been no actual scandals- just a three year temper tantrum by Dems, the media and the swamp.
Papadopoulos: GUILTY
Manafort: GUILTY
Gates: GUILTY
Flynn: GUILTY
Cohen: GUILTY
Stone: GUILTY

That first Obama admin indictment should be right around the corner....:cool:
 

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Sigh, the deep state doesn't even have to hide anymore they can operate out in the open.
 

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No. He has been ACCUSED of more scandals..... We have a #resistance movement and a deep state that doesn't want the DC establishment power and money taken away. There have been no actual scandals- just a three year temper tantrum by Dems, the media and the swamp.
Is this all related to your theories on the Holy Ghost?
 

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Papadopoulos: GUILTY
Manafort: GUILTY
Gates: GUILTY
Flynn: GUILTY
Cohen: GUILTY
Stone: GUILTY

That first Obama admin indictment should be right around the corner....:cool:
Very soon. You lefties will be shocked and awed. Lyin Bill Barr is comin'!
 

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Papadopoulos: GUILTY
Manafort: GUILTY
Gates: GUILTY
Flynn: GUILTY
Cohen: GUILTY
Stone: GUILTY

That first Obama admin indictment should be right around the corner....:cool:

Papadop- did zero wrong, lied about a nothing deal (Mifsud) and he got suckered on that- 10 days in prison. In the process the Feds hit him with about 5 different spies and tried to plant $10k on him. Boy, he's a real crook.
Manafort- -He offered to work free for the Trump campaign and son of a gun Andrea Chalupa of the DNC knew it ahead of time and along with Eric Ciaramella (yep him) participated in a meeting to set up Manafort and dirty him up with the fake black ledgers. Manafort sent Trump campaign polling data to Deripaska who is a Clinton supporter.
Gates - also had little or nothing to do with Trump but a lot to do with Manafort and Greg Craig. Craig got off scot free - it really helps to have Judge Amy Berman Jackson (yep the same leftist who set up the Stone jury) as your judge. He was never going to have a problem with her preciding.
Flynn - now there's a beauty. They started framing him the day after Strzok texted about the insurance policy. Flynn's sentencing has been held up for over a year because he found out that the Feds hit Brady evidence and his own attorneys might have been complicit. Flynn is 100% innocent, an American hero and will be rich and not in jail when this is over.
Cohen - is a hanger on who had nothing to do with the Trump campaign and got nailed for scams unrelated to Trump as well as for selling influence to corporations that he never had. Oh and then they gave him a little lighter sentence for agreeing to plead guilty to a campaign finance violation so that Mueller's boys could attempt to tie it to Trump.
Stone- A total inconsequential political influencer, big talker who again had nothing to do with any collusion or any real crime. But he's a yapper and story teller so they caught him lying.

All of it has zippo to do with Trump or Russian collusion. But people like you get suckered easy- the leftist media says it and you buy it. Do some reading for heaven's sake or don't post.

All nothin' except Manafort and that one is going to lead back to Hillary, Obama, Chalupa, Deripaska Ciaramella and probably Mark Warner.

Want an education? There was an indictment of James Wolfe. Study up on him. Find out what he did. Strange thing texting 81 pages like that to an NYT writer. What was it. He did a couple months but only because he got a sweetheart deal when Mark Warner pulled some strings...

Assange could have gotten limited immunity but Comey pulled the plug and Assange then dropped Vault 7. Why did Comey do that? It has something to do what Assange knows about the DNC hack. Do you have any idea what Assange wanted to say?

McCabe, Strzok, Comey, Clapper and Brennan have all been caught leaking illlegally, lying to congress and lying to the IG. It is all documented. Do you have any clue why none of them got pinched, yet they lied just like it was claimed a number of the above folks did. Does that bother you or are you just looking for a certain result and not justice.
 

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Very soon. You lefties will be shocked and awed. Lyin Bill Barr is comin'!
Well - is lying Barr a Trump henchman? If so why didn't he hang some rough charges on McCabe, Strzok and company already? He could have put a bunch of Russian troll farm type fake indictments out there but nothin'... What's going on is he a Trump hit man or not? You seem conflicted there.
 

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Well - is lying Barr a Trump henchman? If so why didn't he hang some rough charges on McCabe, Strzok and company already? He could have put a bunch of Russian troll farm type fake indictments out there but nothin'... What's going on is he a Trump hit man or not? You seem conflicted there.
He's got to get all his ducks lined up first. You can't take out the evil Deep State piecemeal. You've got to drop the hammer hard all at once. It's coming. Soon. Very soon. The DNC in Milwaukee may be where the FBI swarms to make the arrests. They'll all be in the same place.
 

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Hmmm - even leftist Judge Berman says Trump was right- 7-9 years was excessive. She gives Stone 40 months. He deserves something- you can't lie to the authorities- even corrupt ones. My guess is that unless Stone gets a retrial (which he should based on the crooked jury) he will go to jail and serve something less than a year and be pardoned or have his sentence commuted. That would be about right.
Quite the exoneration:

 

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Quite the exoneration:

Swamp judge. She allowed a juror with a known bias (unless you want to call the judge stupid) to be the jury foreman. She has been involved in a number of these. Crook.

Looks like you had a little difficulty responding to my post above.
 

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Papadopoulos: GUILTY
Manafort: GUILTY
Gates: GUILTY
Flynn: GUILTY
Cohen: GUILTY
Stone: GUILTY

That first Obama admin indictment should be right around the corner....:cool:
Hmmm- Tony Rezko- Obama pal and fundraiser gets 10 years in the slammer. :) 16 counts of fraud and bribery. Many more of Bam Bam's connections, many more- are corrupt to the core. Obama was the most corrupt President in US history. It ain't close.
 

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Swamp judge. She allowed a juror with a known bias (unless you want to call the judge stupid) to be the jury foreman. She has been involved in a number of these. Crook.
Judge Berman could be your sister and would still tell these lies about her. Anything for Dear Leader.
 

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Swamp judge. She allowed a juror with a known bias (unless you want to call the judge stupid) to be the jury foreman. She has been involved in a number of these. Crook.

Looks like you had a little difficulty responding to my post above.
If you're not for Trump then you're against Trump. Any juror would have a bias. You're too dumb to know anything.
 

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No, Sanders' wife Jane opened a media buying company and Sanders gave all his campaign media buying to her. She took 15% of all his media spends (i.e. donations). That lasted until she got caught, then Sanders stopped that cronyism. In 2016 he hired 'Old Towne Media' to handle his media buys. A new company with no track record, run out of a house in Virginia. Turns out it's Jane Sanders' two best friends. They took in 12.5 million on that deal. How much of that went back to the Sanders? Good question?
I honestly hadn't posted anything about all the campaign dollars going to Trump businesses because if Republicans want to spend their money on that lunacy, go for it, but since you seem to think it's a big deal:

 

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I honestly hadn't posted anything about all the campaign dollars going to Trump businesses because if Republicans want to spend their money on that lunacy, go for it, but since you seem to think it's a big deal:

it's a big deal because of who Bernie claims to be and what he's campaigning on.
 

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If you're not for Trump then you're against Trump. Any juror would have a bias. You're too dumb to know anything.
Good post Howie! Atta boy! Three sentences! Good for you.
 

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William Barr changed the sentencing recommendation of Roger Stone from its original, excessive call for a sentence of seven to nine years.
It’s not clear why the country would collapse into dictatorship if Stone is sentenced to less than seven years in prison, especially given that the judge has complete discretion to impose whatever sentence she sees fit.

If Barr were truly Trump’s henchman, he would have squashed the Stone case rather than merely recommending a little less jail time at the end. Indeed, Barr said in an ABC News interview last week that he considered the Stone case a “righteous” prosecution.

Barr allowed the Mueller probe to reach its conclusion unmolested. The extent of his alleged interference was, prior to the release of the report, summarizing its findings in a way that wasn’t harsh or detailed enough for Trump’s critics.
Finally, he declined to prosecute former Department of Justice official and frequent Trump target Andrew McCabe for lying to investigators. If Barr is really Trump’s Roy Cohn, his personal enforcer masquerading as a top law-enforcement official, nailing McCabe would have been his Job One.

At the end of the day, they really don’t want Trump to have an attorney general, but that’s not going to happen. If they force Barr out — or more likely, Trump’s continued tweeting pushes him over the edge — they’ll miss him when he’s gone.
 

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I honestly hadn't posted anything about all the campaign dollars going to Trump businesses because if Republicans want to spend their money on that lunacy, go for it, but since you seem to think it's a big deal:

This is one of your stupidest arguments ever.

1st off, it's Bernie who claims to be pure as the driven snow, when in reality has been siphoning money from the taxpayers & campaign donations for decades. He's the multi-millionaire Socialist. Trump's a proud Capitalist.

2nd, there's nothing nefarious about staying at Trump's own properties using your example of Doral. He has to stay somewhere. Whether it's at his own property, or a similar property, either way that money would be spent. At Doral he can make modifications for security, the Secret Service can take complete control of the property & it's easier to vacate the place than it is a public property. He donates all profits from foreign stays to the US Govt & overall Trump is quite obviously not profiting from the presidency. In fact, being president has cost him a fortune.
 

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William Barr changed the sentencing recommendation of Roger Stone from its original, excessive call for a sentence of seven to nine years.
A point of clarification: It was the prosecution, not Barr, who changed the sentencing recommendation. The prosecutors met with Barr to discuss the sentencing recommendation, as is the policy and it was THEY, who changed it when they showed up to court, requesting an asinine 7-9 years for a non-violent process crime. All Barr did was call them out on it. Trump hating Judge Amy Berman-Jackson (how does she keep ending up in these high profile trials of Trump associates? Hmmmm) thought 40 months was appropriate and that was independent of Barr.
 
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