Trump 2020: The jig is up for the old Commie. Democrats cut Sanders throat.

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yup

the 'do nothing dems' is,of course,just another lying smear by the liar in chief,Agolf Twittler

the dems have been hard at work while Bitch McConnell has been busy trying to bury everything that comes down the pike ............I suspect they know,at this point,just how limited a window they have to do this shit and so they are going to make the most of it............

thank fuck for the grim reaper,eh?
 

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So,an actual american hero,the very embodiment of the american dream,a wounded combat vet who EARNED his prestigious position through hard work and upheld the oath TO THE CONSTITUTION he took needs to be fired for his EXEMPLARY service

meanwhile,a guy who has spent his entire life getting paid to lie and manipulate elections,a guy CONVICTED of lying to congress and witness tampering,a guy who was to be sentenced to a FEDERALLY MANDATED term,based on the 'points' he had earned by the crimes he committed............THAT guy has the POTUS excuse his actions,cry foul that he is being sent to prison for LYING FOR HIM and will almost certainly be pardoned..........

and the trumptards have NOTHING TO FUCKING SAY about any of it...............they wont even TRY to justify this shit

THATS the kind of spineless shitweasels we are dealing with folks

they cant be reasoned with,they can only be quarantined for the safety of the rest of us
 

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Trump just put a 29-year-old fired over allegations of financial crimes in charge of all personnel decisions

  • John McEntee, President Donald Trump's body man who was fired in 2018 amid an investigation into allegations of financial crimes, will lead the Presidential Personnel Office, multiple news outlets reported Thursday.
  • When he was the White House chief of staff, John Kelly forced McEntee out over issues with the young aide's security clearance.
  • McEntee was also the focus of a financial-crimes investigation by the Department of Homeland Security, CNN reported.
John McEntee, President Donald Trump's body man who was fired in 2018 amid an investigation into allegations of financial crimes, will lead the Presidential Personnel Office, multiple news outlets reported Thursday.

When he was the White House chief of staff, John Kelly forced McEntee out over issues with the young aide's security clearance. The Wall Street Journal reported that the issues were related to online gambling problems and mishandling of his taxes.

McEntee was also the focus of a financial-crimes investigation by the Department of Homeland Security, CNN reported.

McEntee, 29, who joined Trump's small team early in his presidential campaign, was escorted out of the White House in March 2018 without being allowed to collect his belongings, including his jacket, The Journal reported.

https://www.businessinsider.com/trump-put-john-mcentee-fired-alleged-financial-crimes-personnel-office-2020-2?utm_source=reddit.com


the acquittal in the senate 'trial' has emboldened him past his usual delusional self and he is now openly stacking his staff with criminals and shitweasels
 

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damn,we need more on this
The entire thread on twitter is worth reading and is pretty troubling if true.. I wouldn't say that kind behavior is beyond trump, tbh.

More and more Trump's tactics remind me of a mob boss.

here is a relevant article on the alleged hacking.

https://www.politico.com/story/2016/08/anti-trump-operatives-targeted-in-online-catfishing-scheme-227288

Also reminds me of how Trump aides reportedly hired An Israeli intelligence firm (Black Cube) to dig up dirt on Ben Rhodes in order to discredit the Iran nuclear deal.. Y'know, the same intelligence firm that Weinstein used to investigate accusers and journalists.

Just shady stuff.
 
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another liar taken back into the fold by a man who feels that nobody can tell him anything at this point

anyone notice a trend HERE?

he is interfering in the sentencing of a man convicted of lying for him

he is hiring a man dismissed from the White House for lying on a number of things

He is welcoming back Hope,a woman who resigned after admitting to congress she regularly lied for him..............

why the actual fuck would an honest man feel comfortable surrounded by so many fucking liars?



I guess the good news is that,no matter how hard they all work at it,none of them,hell all of them combined,wount be able to lie as much as Orange Jesus himself does...........

what a time to be alive,eh?
 

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The entire thread on twitter is worth reading and is pretty troubling if true.. I wouldn't say that kind behavior is beyond trump, tbh.

More and more Trump's tactics remind me of a mob boss.

here is a relevant article on the alleged hacking.

https://www.politico.com/story/2016/08/anti-trump-operatives-targeted-in-online-catfishing-scheme-227288

Also reminds me of how Trump aides reportedly hired An Israeli intelligence firm (Black Cube) to dig up dirt on Ben Rhodes in order to discredit the Iran nuclear deal.. Y'know, the same intelligence firm that Weinstein used to investigate accusers and journalists.

Just shady stuff.
look at his recent actions in relation to stone and hicks and McEntee ................never mind the 'purge' of people who testified against him in the hearings...............you are entirely right,its mob like and its right out in the fucking open
 

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As sentencing approaches, Roger Stone turns to former mob lawyer for help

With his sentencing fast approaching, Roger Stone is bolstering his defense team with a veteran criminal defense attorney whose past roster of clients included John Gotti Jr. and other high-profile figures allegedly involved in organized crime.

New York attorney Seth Ginsberg has an extensive background in criminal defense work. In a filing this week, Judge Amy Berman Jackson granted Stone's request to bring Ginsberg onto his team.


"Roger has an excellent team of attorneys and I'm very pleased he's asked me to assist them," Ginsberg told ABC News on Thursday. Ginsberg added that he was brought on to help Stone's legal team with their sentencing strategy.

MORE: A timeline of the extraordinary turn of events in the Roger Stone case
Ginsberg has had a colorful career inside and outside the courthouse. At one point, in 2010, he was banned from a Manhattan federal detention center after he was caught walking in with marijuana in his bag while on his way to visit an alleged associate of the Gambino crime family.

https://abcnews.go.com/Politics/sentencing-approaches-roger-stone-turns-mob-lawyer/story?id=68973648



speaking of mob ties......................what a weird coincidence,eh?
 

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Trump engaged in witness retaliation. That's a crime


In the aftermath of his recent acquittal in the Senate impeachment trial, President Donald Trump is on the payback warpath. His actions range from the disgraceful use of the Justice Department (with an eager assist from Attorney General William Barr) as a blunt instrument to protect his political allies and to target his perceived opponents to the obvious witness retaliation against Lt. Col. Alexander Vindman, a former top Ukraine expert on the National Security Council, who served as a key impeachment witness, and his twin brother, Lt. Col. Yevgeny Vindman (a National Security Council attorney who did not testify).

Yet there remains a dangerous tendency in some quarters to soft-pedal Trump's conduct. For example, in a Washington Post op-ed, "Paranoid or Presidential: Perhaps Both, but Trump Broke No Laws When He Ousted Vindman," Professor Jonathan Turley takes issue with my assertion (which has been echoed by other former federal prosecutors) that Trump committed criminal witness retaliation when he removed the Vindman brothers from their White House positions. (National security adviser Robert O'Brien denied that these firings were an act of retaliation.)

Turley is wrong. His view of unfettered, unaccountable presidential powers defies law and common sense, and smacks of the flimsy excuse-making that has propped up Trump's abuse of the Justice Department to do his political bidding. Turley first argues that Trump's "post-trial action is not obstruction or witness tampering, and those officials are not guaranteed to retain such positions indefinitely."

Ok, but how about the actual crime we're talking about here: not necessarily obstruction or tampering (though both arguably could apply) but witness retaliation.

In his article, Turley concedes that Trump's actions were wrong and "that they appear as retaliatory as they were unnecessary." Indeed, Trump undeniably acted in retaliation for Vindman's testimony in the House impeachment proceedings. Trump himself publicly admitted that his purpose was to retaliate, directly mentioning Vindman's testimony as a cause for the move; Vindman "reported contents of my 'perfect' calls incorrectly," said Trump. When asked if Vindman deserves disciplinary action, Trump said that the decision lies with the military. And Donald Trump Jr. outright gloated in a tweet, delighting in the vengeful nature of the removals of two decorated military veterans.

https://www.cnn.com/2020/02/12/opinions/trump-vindman-criminal-witness-retaliation-cross-exam-honig/index.html


Is there any crime which trumptards wont excuse when it comes to Orange Jesus?

The very act of witness retaliation is a danger to the republic and thats why they are protected by law.
 

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Trump contradicts past denials, admits sending Giuliani to Ukraine


Emboldened after his impeachment acquittal, President Donald Trump now openly admits to sending his attorney Rudy Giuliani to Ukraine to find damaging information about his political opponents, even though he strongly denied it during the impeachment inquiry.

The reversal came Thursday in a podcast interview Trump did with journalist Geraldo Rivera, who asked, "Was it strange to send Rudy Giuliani to Ukraine, your personal lawyer? Are you sorry you did that?" Trump responded, "No, not at all," and praised Giuliani's role as a "crime fighter."

"Here's my choice: I deal with the Comeys of the world, or I deal with Rudy," Trump said, referring to former FBI Director James Comey. Trump explained that he has "a very bad taste" of the US intelligence community, because of the Russia investigation, so he turned to Giuliani.

"So when you tell me, why did I use Rudy, and one of the things about Rudy, number one, he was the best prosecutor, you know, one of the best prosecutors, and the best mayor," Trump said. "But also, other presidents had them. FDR had a lawyer who was practically, you know, was totally involved with government. Eisenhower had a lawyer. They all had lawyers."

Trump had previously denied that he sent Giuliani to Ukraine. Asked in November if he directed Giuliani to "do anything" in Ukraine, Trump said, "No, I didn't direct him," but went on to call Giuliani a "great corruption fighter." Giuliani says he's exposing legitimate corruption in Ukraine, even though his claims about former Vice President Joe Biden and his son Hunter Biden have been widely debunked.

In the new interview, Trump defended the decision to "use" Giuliani, even though US diplomats previously testified that Giuliani had undermined long-standing US policy toward Ukraine.

https://www.cnn.com/2020/02/13/politics/trump-rudy-giuliani-ukraine-interview/index.html



the man is catastrophically stupid

and a pathological liar

at what point will these trumptards get sick of being lied to like this?

Im wondering if this admission could possibly now be used against him...................ffs,he just admitted the crime he was impeached for as if now that the trial is over its perfectly OK

what the actual fuck is going on here and how is it we cant go a single fucking day without some major fucking scandal breaking?
 
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Washington (CNN)The Department of Justice is dropping its criminal investigation of former FBI Deputy Director Andrew McCabe without bringing charges, it announced on Friday.
McCabe's attorneys received a phone call and a letter from the US Attorney's Office in DC on Friday announcing the declination.
"We write to inform you that, after careful consideration, the Government has decided not to pursue criminal charges against your client, Andrew G. McCabe, arising from the referral" made by the Inspector General's office to investigate his behavior, the DC US Attorney's Office wrote. McCabe's attorneys released the letter on Friday. "Based on the totality of the circumstances and all of the information known to the Government at this time, we consider the matter closed."
A spokesperson for the Department of Justice declined to provide more information.


"To have this horrific black cloud that's been hanging over me and my family for almost the last two years, to have that finally lifted... it's a relief that I'm not sure I can really explain to you adequately. It's just a very emotional moment for my whole family," McCabe told CNN's Brianna Keilar on Friday.
Despite saying he was happy with the conclusion, McCabe called it an "absolute disgrace" that the DOJ and US attorney's office took two years before they "finally drew the obvious conclusion."
McCabe, who is a CNN contributor, has been perceived by President Donald Trump as one of his foes for his work on the early Russia investigation for the FBI.
READ: DOJ statement on dropping criminal investigation into Andrew McCabe

READ: DOJ statement on dropping criminal investigation into Andrew McCabe

The Justice Department previously appeared to be nearing a grand jury indictment of McCabe last fall after top officials rejected a private attempt by McCabe's lawyers to appeal any coming prosecution.
The investigation then fell silent, with McCabe's attorneys trying to get answers for months about its status. Even a federal judge attempted to force the Justice Department to give McCabe and the public an update on the investigation's status. The Justice Department refused to do so.
The announcement on Friday comes at the end of a bruising week for the Justice Department and especially its prosecutors in DC, after the President publicly pressured them toward his political wishes.
The Justice Department had four prosecutors in its DC US Attorney's Office quit the criminal case against Roger Stone, after departmental leadership forced the office to lessen the sentencing recommendation for Stone, a longtime ally of the President. On Thursday, Attorney General William Barr criticized the President's tweets about ongoing cases while defending his decision to go easier on Stone in advance of his sentencing.
McCabe has found himself a target of investigators and Republicans, including Trump, since 2016, when he authorized a leak to a then-Wall Street Journal reporter about a conversation he had endorsing the investigation of the Clinton Foundation. The Justice Department's independent inspector general, who looked into the incident, found McCabe had lacked candor on four occasions when he spoke to investigators about the leak. The inspector general then referred the matter to the FBI.
McCabe is also suing the Justice Department and FBI after he was fired last spring, and he has accused the President of politically retaliating against him.
 
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Washington (CNN)The Department of Justice is dropping its criminal investigation of former FBI Deputy Director Andrew McCabe without bringing charges, it announced on Friday.
McCabe's attorneys received a phone call and a letter from the US Attorney's Office in DC on Friday announcing the declination.
"We write to inform you that, after careful consideration, the Government has decided not to pursue criminal charges against your client, Andrew G. McCabe, arising from the referral" made by the Inspector General's office to investigate his behavior, the DC US Attorney's Office wrote. McCabe's attorneys released the letter on Friday. "Based on the totality of the circumstances and all of the information known to the Government at this time, we consider the matter closed."
A spokesperson for the Department of Justice declined to provide more information.


"To have this horrific black cloud that's been hanging over me and my family for almost the last two years, to have that finally lifted... it's a relief that I'm not sure I can really explain to you adequately. It's just a very emotional moment for my whole family," McCabe told CNN's Brianna Keilar on Friday.
Despite saying he was happy with the conclusion, McCabe called it an "absolute disgrace" that the DOJ and US attorney's office took two years before they "finally drew the obvious conclusion."
McCabe, who is a CNN contributor, has been perceived by President Donald Trump as one of his foes for his work on the early Russia investigation for the FBI.
READ: DOJ statement on dropping criminal investigation into Andrew McCabe
READ: DOJ statement on dropping criminal investigation into Andrew McCabe

The Justice Department previously appeared to be nearing a grand jury indictment of McCabe last fall after top officials rejected a private attempt by McCabe's lawyers to appeal any coming prosecution.
The investigation then fell silent, with McCabe's attorneys trying to get answers for months about its status. Even a federal judge attempted to force the Justice Department to give McCabe and the public an update on the investigation's status. The Justice Department refused to do so.
The announcement on Friday comes at the end of a bruising week for the Justice Department and especially its prosecutors in DC, after the President publicly pressured them toward his political wishes.
The Justice Department had four prosecutors in its DC US Attorney's Office quit the criminal case against Roger Stone, after departmental leadership forced the office to lessen the sentencing recommendation for Stone, a longtime ally of the President. On Thursday, Attorney General William Barr criticized the President's tweets about ongoing cases while defending his decision to go easier on Stone in advance of his sentencing.
McCabe has found himself a target of investigators and Republicans, including Trump, since 2016, when he authorized a leak to a then-Wall Street Journal reporter about a conversation he had endorsing the investigation of the Clinton Foundation. The Justice Department's independent inspector general, who looked into the incident, found McCabe had lacked candor on four occasions when he spoke to investigators about the leak. The inspector general then referred the matter to the FBI.
McCabe is also suing the Justice Department and FBI after he was fired last spring, and he has accused the President of politically retaliating against him.
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