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    Quote Originally Posted by Grumpy John View Post
    Doesn't surprise me the comments made by the same old crew...I've appropriately named the oral fart gas crowd. You would prefer the bought and paid for lackies as president over someone who didn't owe a dime to anyone. Your a sick bunch of bastards for sure.
    Is it mandatory to fail an IQ test to be a Trump supporter or just an advantage?

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    The Trump crime gang,


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    Quote Originally Posted by Cujo View Post
    Nobody has sold tickets this fast at this price, and VIPs are sold out at three of the four venues.”
    Why the hyperbole? Trumptards,always the biggest, fastest, loudest, stupidest

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    Quote Originally Posted by Grumpy John View Post
    You would prefer the bought and paid for lackies as president
    Huh? Trump is a bought-and-paid-for puppet of the SuperPacs. Over half of his campaign financing comes from them, the rest from his racist base - stooges like you - who he played. He has not spent a single dollar of his own to get into office.

    Quote Originally Posted by Grumpy John View Post
    someone who didn't owe a dime to anyone
    Wrong again. He owes every American money, for tax evasion, and every contractor he has stiffed in his life.

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    Trump PAC has not used any of the $75M its raised this year to help fund election audits: report

    Former President Trump’s leadership PAC has not yet used any of the roughly $75 million raised to help finance election reviews, The Washington Post reported Thursday.


    The PAC was formed after the 2020 election to help fund the Trump team's efforts to challenge results.


    Yet people familiar with the PAC’s finances told the news outlet that the committee has held onto much of the money, while a portion has been used to pay for some of Trump’s expenses, including travel and legal costs, as well as staff pay.

    The PAC, which will need to publicly disclose its fundraising and spending for the first half of the year by July 31, previously reported in Federal Election Commission filings earlier this year that it had collected nearly $31.2 million by the end of 2020.


    MORE Trump PAC has not used any of the $75M its raised this year to help fund election audits: report | TheHill


    Suckers.

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    Probably saving it for bail, and attorney fees.

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    Quote Originally Posted by beachbound View Post
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    Probably saving it for bail, and attorney fees.
    Or consuling fees for Ivanka, Donald Jnr and Eric.

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    Susan Wright endorsed by Donald Trump in Texas congressional election

    "Susan Wright will be a terrific Congresswoman (TX-06) for the Great State of Texas"



    Jake Ellzey defeats Trump-backed candidate in Texas House runoff

    Jake Ellzey defeated fellow Republican Susan Wright in a special runoff in Texas’s 6th Congressional District on Tuesday night, dealing a blow to both her and former President Trump, who had backed Wright in the race.

    The Associated Press called the race for Ellzey, who won more than 53 percent of the vote with nearly all precincts reporting.
    Keep your friends close and your enemies closer.

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    Chuck told the truth. Trump is a vile man. Once again trying to throw gasoline on a fire and you know it. Chuck could well be talking about you it seems.

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    Quote Originally Posted by aging one View Post
    Chuck could well be talking about you it seems.
    I did not vote for him nor for anybody, but 74 mil. of Americans (or perhaps some more...)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Klondyke View Post
    I did not vote for him nor for anybody, but 74 mil. of Americans (or perhaps some more...)
    (Please no names here)

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    Quote Originally Posted by S Landreth View Post
    Susan Wright endorsed by Donald Trump in Texas congressional election

    "Susan Wright will be a terrific Congresswoman (TX-06) for the Great State of Texas"



    Jake Ellzey defeats Trump-backed candidate in Texas House runoff

    Jake Ellzey defeated fellow Republican Susan Wright in a special runoff in Texas’s 6th Congressional District on Tuesday night, dealing a blow to both her and former President Trump, who had backed Wright in the race.

    The Associated Press called the race for Ellzey, who won more than 53 percent of the vote with nearly all precincts reporting.
    Ah, but she didn't lose. She won. Well according the the retarded orange cockwomble anyway.

    P.S. His PAC has put $300K+ into another candidate. I hope that goes tits up as well.

    The facts are indisputable: Donald Trump endorsed Susan Wright in Tuesday's special election in Texas. He recorded a robocall for her. His PAC spent at least $100,000 on ads supporting her. And then she lost to Rep.-elect Jake Ellzey.

    It's an open-and-shut case. Trump tried to demonstrate his lasting sway within the Republican Party by endorsing Wright. He chose the wrong horse. He took the "L." Everyone agrees.

    Everyone except Trump, that is.

    In an interview with Axios' Jonathan Swan on Wednesday, Trump said that he had been persuaded to endorse Wright by David McIntosh, a former member of Congress from Indiana and the current president of the Club for Growth, a fiscally conservative outside organization.

    "This is the only race we've ... this is not a loss, again, I don't want to claim it is a loss, this was a win," said Trump. "The big thing is, we had two very good people running that were both Republicans. That was the win."
    Donald Trump's hilarious attempt to suggest he actually won in a special election loss - CNNPolitics

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    Someone is trying to find out if baldy orange cunto has been laundering money through Scotland and of course the Krankie Karen has been trying to block it.

    Court told over '''real and substantial concerns''' about finances of Trump Organisation | The Scotsman

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    I think it is fair to say that Chuck and Donald probably share a similar level of scruples in that they both grew up in the same neighbourhood and were educated from the same water trough. What are the charges levelled against Trump.
    1. He is a racist
    2. He is divisive
    3. He appeals to the dark side of human nature.
    4. He's dishonest.

    On charge number one, I believe this is an incorrect statement. There is no proof at all that Trump was a racist and many would argue the opposite.
    Charge two, being divisive. He was divisive but many believe that this was an approach to life both private and business related. I have no problem understanding that. It's not a hangin' offence.
    He appeals to the 'dark side of human nature'. So Chuck appeals to the bright side and is pretty much headed for sainthood while Donald has a comfortable place reserved in hell.
    On charge four, being dishonest, this of course is a matter of opinion and Chuck has stated his opinion on the matter.


    Donald Trump was a vile, classless and dangerous president, each of those offences being of the hangin' variety.

    But he's done, he'll not be doing a repeat performance so why not forget about the guy and just move forward? For a party that promised to buid bridges if they were successful at the election, I see little sign that they are making much of an effort to do that. I don't follow American politics much any more but would surmise that there is internal unrest in the Democratic party.

    Please guys, easy on the reds, eh


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    Quote Originally Posted by russellsimpson View Post
    I think it is fair to say that Chuck and Donald probably share a similar level of scruples in that they both grew up in the same neighbourhood and were educated from the same water trough. What are the charges levelled against Trump.
    1. He is a racist
    2. He is divisive
    3. He appeals to the dark side of human nature.
    4. He's dishonest.
    There are no charges yet, investigations into money laundering and banking and tax fraud.

    If you are going to make a feeble attempt at trolling, try and bring something plausible into it.

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    Figuratively speaking Harry, figuratively speaking.

    Who's trolling.

    Certifiable nutter. Your thought processes are painfully black and white at all times. Tedious and silly.

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    Donald Trump's tax records to be released, damaging memo disclosed on DOJ's orders

    Former United States president Donald Trump has suffered a pair of setbacks, with the Department of Justice clearing the way for the release of his tax records and also disclosing a memo showing he urged top officials to falsely claim his election defeat was "corrupt".

    Key points:
    • During Mr Trump's presidency the Justice Department had invoked executive privilege to skirt congressional scrutiny
    • The department has ordered the IRS to hand over Mr Trump's tax returns to a congressional committee
    • The moves make it easier for congressional investigators to interview key witnesses and collect evidence against Mr Trump


    Handwritten notes taken by then-acting deputy attorney-general Richard Donoghue in December were released on Friday by the chair of the House of Representatives Oversight and Reform Committee, Carolyn Maloney.

    They paint a damning picture of Mr Trump as he sought to get the department to take the unprecedented step of intervening to try to upend his 2020 election loss.
    Hours later, the department cleared the way for the Internal Revenue Service to hand over Mr Trump's tax records to congressional investigators — a move he has long fought.

    The fact that the Justice Department allowed the handwritten notes concerning the election to be turned over the congressional investigators marks a dramatic shift from actions taken during the Trump administration, which repeatedly invoked executive privilege to skirt congressional scrutiny.

    The newly released notes detail a December 27 phonecall in which Jeffrey Rosen, who was appointed as acting attorney-general a few days later, is quoted as telling Mr Trump: "Understand that the DOJ can't + won't snap its fingers + change the outcome of the election."
    "Don't expect you to do that," Mr Trump replied.
    "Just say that the election was corrupt + leave the rest to me and the R. Congressmen," in a reference to Republican politicians.

    Mr Trump's representatives did not immediately respond to a request for comment.

    Lot's more here
    Someone is sitting in the shade today because someone planted a tree a long time ago ...


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    Quote Originally Posted by russellsimpson View Post
    Figuratively speaking Harry, figuratively speaking.

    Who's trolling.

    Certifiable nutter. Your thought processes are painfully black and white at all times. Tedious and silly.
    My thought processes involve facts, unlike your boorish wittering about things that aren't true.

    So, again, if you'd like to list charges against him rather than creating a feeble straw man, have at it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by David48atTD View Post
    Donoghue: "Understand that the DOJ can't + won't snap its fingers + change the outcome of the election."
    "Don't expect you to do that," Mr Trump replied.
    "Just say that the election was corrupt + leave the rest to me and the R. Congressmen
    I believe this shows that Trump had the clear intention of staging a coup with his Republican sycophant's assistance. I'd love to know the names of the people he was referring to.

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    Judge gives Trump time to challenge tax return disclosure to Congress


    Key Points
    • A federal judge is giving former President Donald Trump time to challenge an order that would force the IRS to surrender his tax returns to Congress.
    • Trump and his lawyers have until Wednesday to respond.
    • Neither Trump nor his lawyers have said if they will challenge Friday’s order.


    Judge gives Trump time to challenge tax return disclosure to Congress

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    Learning more and more about how crazy corrupt Trumps shit really was behind the scenes.

    Last edited by Cujo; 05-08-2021 at 06:49 PM.

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    Trump has released a new card, looks familiar:





    The good thing with these morons is they make themselves readily and easily identifiable.

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    Quote Originally Posted by AntRobertson View Post
    The good thing with these morons is they make themselves readily and easily identifiable.
    Should we be surprised?

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