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August 21, 2018

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henry

Bunch of not much happened in various courtrooms that has our troll drooling along with Shemp and the media.

Missing Iowa girl was kidnapped / killed by an illegal.

narciso79

Oh the last of the dragon tattoo films were also previewed, but they changed much from the book.

Pinandpuller

You know, the Obama administration threatened to prosecute parents for paying ransom for their kids who were kidnapped. Is the Justice Department now going after victims of blackmail?

Miss Marple

The President just wrapped up. 1 1/2 hours, no notes.

clarice feldman

repeated from last thread--ia The Right Scoop:

“When the FEC wrote the regulation that says what constitutes campaign expenditures and what constitutes personal use, it rejected specifically the idea that a campaign expenditure was anything related to a campaign, and instead says it has to be something that exists only because of the campaign and solely for that reason.”

Professor Bradley Smith wrote about this in the Wall Street Journal in April.

Shortly before the 2016 election, one of President Trump’s lawyers, Michael Cohen, arranged a $130,000 payment to the porn star in return for silence about a 2006 affair she claimed to have had with Mr. Trump. (Both the president and Mr. Cohen have denied the affair; Mr. Trump has said he did not know of the payment to Ms. Daniels until this February.)

Not satisfied with an old-fashioned sex scandal—perhaps because the president seems impervious to that—some want to turn this into a violation of campaign-finance law. Trevor Potter, a former member of the Federal Election Commission told “60 Minutes” the payment was “a $130,000 in-kind contribution by Cohen to the Trump campaign, which is about $126,500 above what he’s allowed to give.” The FBI raided Mr. Cohen’s office, home and hotel room Monday. They reportedly seized records related to the payment and are investigating possible violations of campaign-finance laws.

But let’s remember a basic principle of such laws: Not everything that might benefit a candidate is a campaign expense.

Campaign-finance law aims to prevent corruption. For this reason, the FEC has a longstanding ban on “personal use” of campaign funds. Such use would give campaign contributions a material value beyond helping to elect the candidate—the essence of a bribe.

FEC regulations explain that the campaign cannot pay expenses that would exist “irrespective” of the campaign, even if it might help win election. At the same time, obligations that would not exist “but for” the campaign must be paid from campaign funds.

If paying hush money is a campaign expense, a candidate would be required to make that payment with campaign funds. How ironic, given that using campaign funds as hush money was one of the articles of impeachment in the Watergate scandal, which gave rise to modern campaign-finance law.

narciso79

The signals are getting crossed:


https://hotair.com/archives/2018/08/20/portlands-antifa-beat-bernie-bro-carrying-fascist-american-flag/

Red Wave

In summary, Liberals care less about a young American college student murdered by an illegal alien than they do about years old tax charges that have nothing to do with Trump. Sad.

Dave (in MA)

MM, he does use a Teleprompter.

Pinandpuller

It sounds like Cohen needs to land in a halfway house like Dinesh D'Souza but how is any of this PDJT's problem?

Kelly Ann

everyone in the Republican Party is going to jail. Paul Manafort is going to jail. Michael Cohen is going to jail. Rep. Duncan Hunter might be going to jail. And of course, we already know that Michael Flynn and George Papadopoulos and Rick Gates are going to jail. Rep. Chris Collins might be going to jail too. Eric Greitens might be going to jail. I suppose Reps. Pat Meehan and Blake Farenthold probably aren’t going to jail, but they both had to resign from Congress after getting caught in some minor peccadilloes.

Any way you add it up, that’s a lot of corruption. You’d almost think it was a trend or something.

narciso79

This is the fellow you were referring to clarice:


https://www.independent.co.uk/news/people/obituary-hermann-abs-1392727.html

Sue

How are the women not in trouble for trying to sell their story to influence an election?

Dave (in MA)

narciso, I saw one interchange where people were arguing that it was only an umbrella, not a club.

Well, that makes it OK, then. The guy was lying on the ground with blood pouring from his head after he got hit by only an umbrella

Miss Marple

Davod,

Thanks for the correction. I couldn't see it on my feed.

Mad Maxine

We've got Drumpf this time for sure!!!!

Don't bother us with petty things like young American women murdered in cold blood by misunderstood undocumented citizens.

Janet 🚬

Were Manafort & Cohen caught killing babies & then selling the harvested eyes, brains, arms & legs for cash?

...because that would be BIG news if someone was caught doing THAT.

Dave (in MA)

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Miss Marple

Dave (in MA),

I should have said thanks to you instead of Davod for letting me know about the teleprompter.

Beasts of England

WaPo actually reported on the Iowa murder, but called the animal an 'undocumented immigrant'. And what henry said...

henry

WaPo likely is more upset the furry lost its NASA gig.

Beasts of England

Don't be a furryophobic, henry!! ;)

Miss Marple

MAKING AMERICA GREAT AGAIN! https://t.co/gZqP81bclE

— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) August 22, 2018

This tweet includes the full video of the rally speech at the link.

Kevlar Kid

furry?

narciso79

The journal misses why trump is popular much like why bolsanero is as well,,Brazil is in a dumpster fire, and people are mad as hell, the most popular candidate on the left, is in prison, because hes all the way in the carwash.

Miss Marple

Thank you West Virginia. I love you! pic.twitter.com/K1OQ98wOh4

— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) August 22, 2018

Photos at link.

Comanche Voter

Geex Kelly Amn--something like the last six governors of Illinois have gone to prison--and most if not all of them were Democrats. Can you say there is a trend in Illinois?

Threadkiller

Has Twitter TBeansz explained what Felix Sater is doing today?

Janet 🚬

How many tax fraud cases are brought each year & do they get this same amount of coverage?

Why wasn't Manafort prosecuted years ago?

henry

Things with natural fur or feathers tend to taste good Beasts. Crazy people in faux fur are different. I can understand a dude in a gorilla suit at a party -- always a good gag. Otherwise, something only seen on TV.

narciso79

They don't get it any more across the ocean:


https://www.telegraph.co.uk/women/politics/afraid-wrong-lord-hague-every-tory-voter-know-cannot-wait-shot/

Beasts of England

lol, henry!! It's a brave new world...

lurkersusie

What a joke

Former IT aide Imran Awan received no jail time Tuesday after a federal judge said he had “suffered enough.”
His lawyer said his “destitute” client was building a charity hospital, but reports show that the land was also used for a real estate development and was allegedly stolen from farmers.
Former Democratic chiefs of staff wrote letters of support for Imran, despite IT-violation findings by the House inspector general and Capitol Police.

http://dailycaller.com/2018/08/21/imran-awan-no-jail-time-hospital/

narciso79

Lanny Davis represented a real Russian oligarch like the fellow in mcmafia, he did along with Michael chertoff who is leading the syndicate with Hayden and Bristol.

boris

Hinderaker: "To my knowledge, there is no legal authority on whether paying a woman to keep her mouth shut constitutes a campaign contribution. It strikes me as a foolish interpretation of the law, and forcing Cohen to plead guilty to the “crime” of paying off Ms. Clifford doesn’t transform it into a crime"

RattlerGator

Maybe it’s the deep state that is trying to play 4D chess. Get a couple of guys for lying to the FBI by altering the 302s. Get another couple guys for financial crimes they committed that have nothing to do with Trump. And then if they get indicted for all the crimes they themselves have committed in the course if their coup attempt, claim it is just Trump trying to get even.

Posted by: derwill | August 21, 2018 at 06:41 PM

In such an occurrence, with a Republican President relentlessly attacked and sitting at 90% approval with the party -- why would I care? Are we still running scared of the Republican establishment? They'd be destroyed if they rolled with this kind of nonsense.

Are we running scared of impeachment? In such a highly partisan and bizarre environment, who gives a damn about impeachment other than the blowback it would cause?

Now is no time to be worried. Now is the time to be confident. And vigilant.

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Tom still thinks it might be a grand plan to take out the real crooks, but I'm not sure if he has an explanation for why Perkins Coie hasn't yet be subpoenaed or Tony Podesta indicted.

Posted by: Extraneus | August 21, 2018 at 06:51 PM

Assuming facts not in evidence, aren't you? I mean, *our* lack of knowledge doesn't mean such hasn't occurred or is not -- in fact -- under seal.

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I love this 4-D thing. It's thrilling. Which side is winning???

Posted by: GUS | August 21, 2018 at 07:58 PM

That's easy, the side that recognizes we have a competent chief executive.

Is it beginning to look like Mueller may be a primary target of the prosecutions yet to come, and they are allowing him to hang himself?

You honestly think the President has on multiple occasions talked about 17 Angry Democrats just out of general principle ??? Seriously?

It may freak Gus out, and a few others, but the conspirators have expended phenomenal effort (and taxpayer dollars) and achieved not a damn thing substantively.

Not a damn thing!

But . . . prosecutorial misconduct? Yep. They've shown it. Enough unethical conduct to be disbarred? Yep. They've shown it.

And worse. The President clearly isn't worried; you shouldn't be either.

Why? Because he has General Flynn, and they aren't delaying that sentencing for nothing. They're scared, and they damn well should be. They can't sentence him, for fear of the legal consequences.

And the General knows this. So, Flynn ain't in no rush. He has a noose . . . waiting for them, the sorry bastards. 4D chess has them checkmated. And they're sitting off in a corner, all 17 of them, mumbling to themselves . . . "Mama, there goes that man! Mama, make that man go away!"

Excuse my language but they are FUCKED, ladies and gentlemen. Totally, and completely, fucked. This whimper today tells you they don't have a damn thing left. Not one, single solitary thing.

Some of y'all remain frustrated (and lacking in faith) but today is another day for celebration. All you have to do is think it through.

Beasts of England

I watched a few minutes of the WV rally, and Trump was completely relaxed and happy. They got nothin'. He knows it, they know it.

Eye Doctor

RG the rodeo clown is in the house!

Michael (fpa P4F) ... Stop the Witch Hunt - Stop the Coup !

I guess some things happened today.

Yeah, Hil-LIAR-y released her latest book -

"What's Happening?"

A searing exposè of her search for an explanation of how her plan to frame/prosecute/impeach Donald Trump went so wildly out of control.

As expected, she has no answer.

narciso79

With all do respect, rattler, tell me when these people get hard time, not reassigned or merely fired. Fusion fraud is exempted by a dc judge the pashtun chowders walk entirely. Manafort is apprehended due to a fraudulent warrant out of an equally fraudulent foreign in kind payment.

Jack is Back!

RG,

Good to see you are active, postitive and still cranky as ever: How's the hip doing?

Did you see my comment on the Ringling Museum being part of FSU since, I believe, 2000 when the FL legislature put them in charge.

Jack is Back!

Did anyone know this? Or is it fake news?

"Omarosa Manigault Newman is no stranger to failing in The White House. She became well known by television viewers of NBC’s hit show “The Apprentice” with Donald Trump.

Now, after being let go for personal issues, she’s using that closeness to President Trump to make millions by calling her former boss a racist and a liar. She made the situation worse by illegally recording herself insecure parts of the White House.

But this isn’t Omarosa’s first series of White House problems. She worked in the Clinton Administration under Vice President Al Gore. As Al Gore’s former office administrator Mary Margaret Overbey said at the time, Omarosa “was the worst hire (the Office of the Vice President) ever made.”

People magazine reported in 2004, she was “banished from four jobs in two years with the Clinton administration.” The White House personnel office transferred her to the Commerce Department briefly. At her last short-lived administration role, Cheryl Shavers, the former Under Secretary for Technology at the Clinton Commerce Department, opined, “She was asked to leave as quickly as possible, she was so disruptive. One woman wanted to slug her.” Omarosa only lasted in that final role for several weeks.

Another Clinton administration official reported she was fired “because she couldn’t get along with people.” Another former Gore staffer noted, “she didn’t do her job, and it got everyone in trouble.”

She has been busted for exaggerating her roles in the Clinton administration, too. As Omarosa told an audience in Washington, D.C. on March 19, 2004, at a panel discussion on “Wearing the Pants: A Woman’s Experience in a Man’s World”:

“I have done logistics and advance and event planning for the White House under the Gore staff. … At 23, I got appointed to the White House. That was not a place to learn how to be a young professional. That’s a very difficult environment, because they don’t believe in training. They just kind of throw you in the fire.”

The problem? Anonymous Gore staffers confirmed Omarosa never was involved in advance work or logistics. Her job was “to respond to invitations.” When asked about her employment history, Omarosa falsely claimed the shifting was due to her marriage to Aaron Stallworth. They have since divorced, and Omarosa married John Newman in 2017."

Maybe Next Time

"We may never had Fitzmas, but this is pretty close."

Close to nothing is still basically nothing.

Eye Doctor

Thanks RG. My outlook is so much better now that you have explained it all.

Time to celebrate, right?

Eye Doctor

No worries folks. RG says everything is going according to plan!

Eye Doctor

RG buddy, tell us.

Who is going to be the first black hat to be indicted?

Captain Hate

Yeah I feel just great that Awan is free as a bird thanks to that tight ship at the DOJ.

Eye Doctor

It's 4d man. It's all good! Right, RG?

narciso

Can one actually a halo jump from 25k feet into a major metropolitan area, and who would crazy enough to do so.

boris

RG: "Now is no time to be worried. Now is the time to be confident. And vigilant"

I agree.

Eye Doctor

Depends narciso. Is it a 4d halo jump?

Miss Marple

Beasts is right, I watched the entire rally and the President was in good form and totally relaxed. He's not worried at all.

Regarding Duncan Hunter: I notice Pauly (Wiener Mobile) Ryan rushed right out to say that those were very serious charges and that Hunter would be removed from committee assignments until the matter was resolved.

Do these charges make sense? Hunter isn't a stupid guy, and the list of things he spent campaign money on was pretty long, indicate=ing someone who either intended to defraud or was dumb as a box of rocks about money. Neither of those things make sense to me.

James D.

But . . . prosecutorial misconduct? Yep. They've shown it. Enough unethical conduct to be disbarred? Yep. They've shown it.

Which does not mean squat unless there is someone willing to come after them for it. There is nothing that comes within a thousand miles of what I’d consider evidence that anybody at DoJ, or anywhere else, is going to do that.

When Sessions or anybody under him does one goddamn concrete, public, measurable thing against any of these traitors, then I will give credence to what you’re saying.

Until then, as far as I can see, there is zero reason to have one ounce of faith in anybody employed at the DoJ or the FBI or, really, anyone outside of the President himself, and a handful of his cabinet members. And there is about 50 years worth of reasons to expect nothing but the worst.

Jack is Back!!

Narc,

No halo since he didn’t open anything:) But pretty damn impressive when you think how he had to navigate and control altitude and wind currents.

Now of to dreamland. Slaap lekker, tot morgen.

Miss Marple


Mark Knoller
‏Verified account @markknoller
10m10 minutes ago

Wednesday at the WH: In East Room ceremony, USAF Technical Sergeant John A. Chapman, is honored posthumously by Pres Trump with the Medal of Honor, He lost his life coming to the aid of special ops team members under enemy fire in Afghanistan in March 2002. (USAF Photo)

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Why hasn't this been awarded before now?

clarice feldman

narciso, I no longer remember the name of the guy I had banned from coming here. The obit you linked makes Abs seem clean, but the banker I had banned (and it could have been he) was on unimpeachable evidence a knowing underwriter of the gas ovens in the concentration camps.

narciso

Even in war, there seems to some players too big to fail, it seems small fry like that guard did probably make it here through the lodge act, but higher ranking fellows were given free passes by gehlen or qualified for the ratlines.

narciso

Yes he's who the names the post firebase Chapman, that aq triple agent blew up in Christmas 2009,

DCSCA

There is some poetic justice here; it’s the lawyer who’ll go to jail for paying off women he never touched on direction of his client who in the end, has screwed all three of them.

Well played, Donald!

boris

"When Sessions or anybody under him does one goddamn concrete, public, measurable thing against any of these traitors, then I will give credence to what you’re saying"

Far as I can tell RG is just advocating faith in Trump not credence in RG.

If Trump fails ... squandered faith is going to be the least of my concerns.

In the meantime I may be useful or at least less likely to turn away or act out.

RattlerGator

With all do respect, rattler, tell me when these people get hard time, not reassigned or merely fired. Fusion fraud is exempted by a dc judge the pashtun chowders walk entirely. Manafort is apprehended due to a fraudulent warrant out of an equally fraudulent foreign in kind payment.

Posted by: narciso79 | August 21, 2018 at 09:05 PM

Narciso, I think the time to ask that question -- if it must be asked -- is no sooner than 24 months from now (by which time I fully expect multiples to have been prosecuted and imprisoned).

There are multiple things happening where I have no clue what the hell is going on (e.g., Awan) but . . . Obama screwed up so much, and so much was screwed up before he even arrived, that this is a multiple Administration job, is it not? This doesn't get fixed, nor are the necessary prosectutions all prosecuted, in one Administration.

Not IMHO, anyway.

And as crazy as it may seem, I'm still leaving room for the possibility Mueller is in on this. Certainly not likely, but . . . I'm also leaving room for the possibility he will be prosecuted along with his Angry Democrats.

Eye Doctor

Well then kumbaya back at RG

Dave (in MA)

Zippy the Organizer paid fines for campaign finance violations, Cohen's going to jail for tax evasion, dumbass.

narciso

I would find that unlikely, we have seen disparate treatment inn the past one rule for Libby one for Admits he, one for conrad one for racket. Thus (redacted) decision 're the Steele dossier.

Pinandpuller

WaPo actually reported on the Iowa murder, but called the animal an 'undocumented immigrant'. And what henry said...

Posted by: Beasts of England | August 21, 2018 at 08:44 PM

By all means document him as a murderer and/or rapist. But don't let that influence the midterm election.

lurkersusie

Didn't the NY attorney call Cohen a liar?

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Joel B. Pollak
@joelpollak
.@LannyDavis just told @maddow that Michael Cohen is "liberated" to tell "everything about Donald Trump that he knows." So a lawyer is telling his lawyer/client to violate attorney-client privilege. Davis is all about avenging @HillaryClinton's loss, cares nothing for his client.

Pinandpuller

I remember when Hillary stiffed a waitress and then went back and publicly tipped her...to influence the election.

RattlerGator

RG,

Good to see you are active, postitive and still cranky as ever: How's the hip doing?

Did you see my comment on the Ringling Museum being part of FSU since, I believe, 2000 when the FL legislature put them in charge.

Posted by: Jack is Back! | August 21, 2018 at 09:08 PM

Hip is doing well; I've done no therapy whatsoever but am pleased with my practically back to normal gait, etc. I start formal therapy on Friday in an effort to get that final push with my muscles, regain my full range of normal movement, etc.

No, I didn't see the stuff on Ringling but I know all about the FSU connection. As the historic school for white females in this state, the arts were a big thing for them. You know they have an actual circus on campus, right? Thus UF calls them Clown College (don't hate me, fdcol63). They also established a relationship years ago with the Appleton Museum in Ocala but I think that became too much of a drain on resources and it was turned over to the local community college in Ocala.

boris

Just a personal note on this.

My position is: If its not wrong when they do it, it's not wrong period.

I get that might not be the traditional conservative POV.

Maybe that would be: If they persecute our guy for doing X then WHEN DO WE GET TO PROSECUTE THEIR GUY FOR DOING X * 10.

Problem is they have weaponized "the law" and our side has not. In which case nullification works better than complaining about the asymmetry.

Eye Doctor

Well there you have it. It's now a multi administration 4d Texas hold chess-scrabble-family feud plan thingy.

Thanks RG

lurkersusie

Wow!

Judge Steven Bailey (Ret.)
@BaileyForAG
In other news, our efforts were not enough. The state Senate has also passed #SB10 to eliminate bail in California and replace it with risk assessment tools denounced by over 115 civil rights groups. I strongly urge
https://t.co/AiFO4tQrYB?amp=1

narciso

Sure why not, don't even bother cuffing them, when they are arrested, what could go wrong?

Eye Doctor

Have faith narciso. It's all good!

daddy

That's cool re the Sarasota Opera, clarice--what opera? It's great to watch an opera from a late Renaissance box three stories up...and the putti!

Catsmeat,

I am no Opera guy but on the French Revolution Walking Tour today we passed by the Odeon Opera House in Paris and the guide went into great detail about the 1788 play, "The Marriage of Figaro" by Pierre Beaumarchais, and it's importance in fomenting ideas in the French Revolution. The guide described how it was exceptionally important to the Parisians in that it had the commoner mocking the Elite's, which apparently was not done, yet it was so well liked that it made such thoughts expressible in society. I see via a quick Wiki search the following:

The Marriage was written as a sequel to The Barber. In his preface to the play, Beaumarchais says that Louis François, Prince of Conti had requested it. The play's denunciation of aristocratic privilege has been characterised as foreshadowing the French Revolution.[2] The revolutionary leader Georges Danton said that the play "killed off the nobility";[3] in exile, Napoleon Bonaparte called it "the Revolution already put into action."

Sounds like that jibes with the Tour Guides impression.

Then he explained how Pierre Beaumarchais was very important to the American Revolution as he was engaged in serious gun running to the Americans. Again via Wiki:

An early French supporter of American independence, Beaumarchais lobbied the French government on behalf of the American rebels during the American War of Independence. Beaumarchais oversaw covert aid from the French and Spanish governments to supply arms and financial assistance to the rebels in the years before France's formal entry into the war in 1778.

I sure didn't know any of that at all.

Miss Marple

Looks like we might need a wall at the California state line.

Kev, you would be welcome in Indy, along with any others in the California mess.

Pinandpuller

Can one actually a halo jump from 25k feet into a major metropolitan area, and who would crazy enough to do so.

Posted by: narciso | August 21, 2018 at 09:31 PM

Did you see the Deadpool sequel?

narciso

No I Didn't, I know some of this is cgi, you would actually jump into a thunderstorm right.

Threadkiller

Can one actually a halo jump from 25k feet into a major metropolitan area, and who would crazy enough to do so.

What is this reference?

narciso

Mission impossible fallout, a pivotal scene happens in the targeted zone.

Threadkiller

Was that conversation on this page or a carryover?

clarice feldman

The opera was evita. The performers were incredible as were the sets, the music and the costumes. It was perfection . I don't know yet what this season has in store but i definitely want to see the opera company again.

Eye Doctor

RG

Are we talking Moses in the desert kind of faith here?

clarice feldman

This year's schedule is finally online-https://www.yourobserver.com/article/sarasota-opera-announces-2019-2019-season

Eye Doctor

Or even worse Chicago Cubs kind of faith?

Jane#walkaway

Eye doctor,

I'm on my IPad so I don't have killfile, but are you seriously that insecure? Get some help.

Nice of Liberal Lanny to get his client to plead to charges that aren't crimes. Hillary is celebrating.

Eye Doctor

Jane

Yeah I should work on that go along to get along thing you lawyers have down pat.

RattlerGator

For me, this sums up things nicely:

Even *if* a miracle happened, and it was proven this payment to the porn star could be legally wrangled into a 'campaign contribution' by some extremely clever [or dishonest] lawyering?

Trump pays the fine and moves on.

Yeah.

That's right.

A FINE.

— STEALTH JEFF (@drawandstrike) August 22, 2018

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No need to be concerned about any of this for any reason.

Eye Doctor

Like you said RG

You don't know anything.

clarice feldman

Hang in there, RG.

Eye Doctor

RG

It's a distraction. And you would be worried if you knew how it works.

clarice feldman

Good night. it's a long fight and truth is on our side. It will prevail.

The Infamous Ignatz

Dinesh D'Souza paid a lot more than a fine for reimbursing someone to contribute more than the legal limit.
The idea this was a campaign contribution or otherwise illegal is however ludicrous.

GUS

The damage being done to this nation is incalulable. People's lives are being ruined, and the purpose of what we saw tonight was to impune Trump. The guilty people and the crimes committed by the FBI, RODHAM and many others.....ARE NOT BEING investigated. This is sick, and it's not a game.

Pinandpuller

Step on some crack, give your mom Hep C:

Shithole Liberal Cities Full 2018 Documentary ~ SJW Hell on Earth

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8OlRuWPRikU

Threadkiller

narciso, my 10:17, in retrospect, might appear snarky. That wasn't my intention. My infrequent checking in sometimes disallows going back to catch up. And I was curious where a HALO conversation began because I was very recently at McP's in Coronado enjoying a HAHO conversation that had nothing to do with Mission Impossible.

Seemed coincidental.

Miss Marple

RG, That is correct. Now Obama got caught taking illegal foreign donations and his campaign had to pay $350,000 in fines, the most ever levied under the law.

He still was president until January 20, 2017.

Captain Hate

You chuckleheads think Cohen only sings about the porn star payoff? He's been Trumps hatchet-man for years and that's all he's gonna give Mueller?

You think Mueller can't possibly get his hands on Trump's tax returns? That Cohen won't tell him which shell companies the bodies are buried in?

What a bunch of willfully ignorant shits you are.

Eye Doctor

They came for the other guy and I had faith.

Is that what it is, RG?

narciso

No it's fine, I sometimes segue from strange places, how are you feeling.

Captain Hate

No Teddy, it ain't me

Captain Hate

The DOJ is still almost as thick with snakes as it was when Sleepy Jeff first stumbled in, like those worthless ambulances chasers in Alexandria. Maybe I should call him Eric Loretta Sessions.

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