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Big Al is ready to spill the beans on "the Don"

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Allen H. Weisselberg, who for decades was one of Donald J. Trump’s most trusted executives, is expected to plead guilty on Thursday to a long-running tax scheme at the former president’s family business — a serious blow to the company that could imperil its chances in an upcoming trial.

The plea deal will allow Mr. Weisselberg, who was facing up to 15 years in prison, to spend as little as 100 days behind bars, according to people with knowledge of the matter. And it does not require Mr. Weisselberg, the Trump Organization’s longtime chief financial officer, to cooperate with the Manhattan district attorney’s office in its broader investigation into Mr. Trump, who has not been accused of wrongdoing.

But Mr. Weisselberg is expected to admit to all 15 felonies he was charged with and will have to testify about his role in a scheme to avoid paying taxes on lavish corporate perks, the people said. That requirement will put the company at a disadvantage and make Mr. Weisselberg a central witness at its trial in October, where it will face many of the same charges.


If Trumpleton's believe Don, who is an acknowledged control freak, wasn't aware Al committed those felonies you might also believe the election was stolen from him.
You can almost hear the hissing proclamation..."We got him now!"
 

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I wonder how many snitches they could come up with if they ever decided to indict Hunter Biden?
Probably none that they would listen to...After all he is the son of a Democratic President...Can do no wrong.
 

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What wasn't factual?
You Nazis have a pattern. Every couple of months you trot out someone to slander Emanuel Goldstein and wallow in your hate. Screaming that THIS TIME you got the object of your insanity - not like the last 9,087,876,127,662 times - this time it's uhn huhn reel.

So the Voice of the Reich dug up yet another Trump hater.. Yeah, I don't believe a word he, or the little Goebbels of the press say.

You lie over and over.

Only a fool believes anything you say.
 

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Don't forget that the DOJ has to summon up the courage to chase Trump down and drive a stake through his black and evil heart.

Garland knows very well that he risks a mini semi-serious revolution that will spill buckets of American blood on the streets.

Fascism is too close now for it to be put down without a fight.
Trump is the worst thing to happen to this Country since Pearl Harbor. He's a malignant criminal sociopath. If the evidence points to it I say prosecute & fuck him, his mob & anyone else who thinks he's more important then our way of life.

Fuck him, his mob & the horse they rode in on. Our children & grandchildren deserve better.
 

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Sorry bout that,

1. Yall spread so much BS towards President Trump, your constant BS is grey noise anymore.
2. You make him stronger each day.

Regards,
SirJamesofTexas
 

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Allen H. Weisselberg, who for decades was one of Donald J. Trump’s most trusted executives, is expected to plead guilty on Thursday to a long-running tax scheme at the former president’s family business — a serious blow to the company that could imperil its chances in an upcoming trial.

The plea deal will allow Mr. Weisselberg, who was facing up to 15 years in prison, to spend as little as 100 days behind bars, according to people with knowledge of the matter. And it does not require Mr. Weisselberg, the Trump Organization’s longtime chief financial officer, to cooperate with the Manhattan district attorney’s office in its broader investigation into Mr. Trump, who has not been accused of wrongdoing.

But Mr. Weisselberg is expected to admit to all 15 felonies he was charged with and will have to testify about his role in a scheme to avoid paying taxes on lavish corporate perks, the people said. That requirement will put the company at a disadvantage and make Mr. Weisselberg a central witness at its trial in October, where it will face many of the same charges.


If Trumpleton's believe Don, who is an acknowledged control freak, wasn't aware Al committed those felonies you might also believe the election was stolen from him.
Season 6 Episode 10 of We GOT HIM NOW !!!!!
 

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Allen H. Weisselberg, who for decades was one of Donald J. Trump’s most trusted executives, is expected to plead guilty on Thursday to a long-running tax scheme at the former president’s family business — a serious blow to the company that could imperil its chances in an upcoming trial.

The plea deal will allow Mr. Weisselberg, who was facing up to 15 years in prison, to spend as little as 100 days behind bars, according to people with knowledge of the matter. And it does not require Mr. Weisselberg, the Trump Organization’s longtime chief financial officer, to cooperate with the Manhattan district attorney’s office in its broader investigation into Mr. Trump, who has not been accused of wrongdoing.

But Mr. Weisselberg is expected to admit to all 15 felonies he was charged with and will have to testify about his role in a scheme to avoid paying taxes on lavish corporate perks, the people said. That requirement will put the company at a disadvantage and make Mr. Weisselberg a central witness at its trial in October, where it will face many of the same charges.


If Trumpleton's believe Don, who is an acknowledged control freak, wasn't aware Al committed those felonies you might also believe the election was stolen from him.
Any. Day. Now.

Day 43,739
 

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Don't forget that the DOJ has to summon up the courage to chase Trump down and drive a stake through his black and evil heart.

Garland knows very well that he risks a mini semi-serious revolution that will spill buckets of American blood on the streets.

Fascism is too close now for it to be put down without a fight.

Fascists were rightwing conservatives.
 

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The above post has been nominated by the Voice of the Reich as "Hate Post of the Day."
Any post about ya darling Donald that is not beaming with glorious praise of Donnie is consider Heil Hydra form of propaganda…

Translation: Everything about Donald that you deem as hate is considered the Hate Post of the Day…
 

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Allen H. Weisselberg, who for decades was one of Donald J. Trump’s most trusted executives, is expected to plead guilty on Thursday to a long-running tax scheme at the former president’s family business — a serious blow to the company that could imperil its chances in an upcoming trial.

The plea deal will allow Mr. Weisselberg, who was facing up to 15 years in prison, to spend as little as 100 days behind bars, according to people with knowledge of the matter. And it does not require Mr. Weisselberg, the Trump Organization’s longtime chief financial officer, to cooperate with the Manhattan district attorney’s office in its broader investigation into Mr. Trump, who has not been accused of wrongdoing.

But Mr. Weisselberg is expected to admit to all 15 felonies he was charged with and will have to testify about his role in a scheme to avoid paying taxes on lavish corporate perks, the people said. That requirement will put the company at a disadvantage and make Mr. Weisselberg a central witness at its trial in October, where it will face many of the same charges.


If Trumpleton's believe Don, who is an acknowledged control freak, wasn't aware Al committed those felonies you might also believe the election was stolen from him.
The IRS can find any 'tax scheme' in any large corporation. This is just another 'gotcha' dream of the Democrat Party in their desperate bid to not become impotent after the upcoming elections.
 

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Any post about ya darling Donald that is not beaming with glorious praise of Donnie is consider Heil Hydra form of propaganda…

Translation: Everything about Donald that you deem as hate is considered the Hate Post of the Day…
Nice fairytale, did your mommy read it to you?
 

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Nice fairytale, did your mommy read it to you?
No, but someone mom read the back of the KY bottle when we meet on Wednesday…

Now anymore moronic questions or should we focus on your boy Donnie and how he is so marvelous in life that even life is jealous of Donnie!
 

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No, but someone mom read the back of the KY bottle when we meet on Wednesday…

Now anymore moronic questions or should we focus on your boy Donnie and how he is so marvelous in life that even life is jealous of Donnie!
I have no idea what you are talking about at this point.
 

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Allen H. Weisselberg, who for decades was one of Donald J. Trump’s most trusted executives, is expected to plead guilty on Thursday to a long-running tax scheme at the former president’s family business — a serious blow to the company that could imperil its chances in an upcoming trial.

The plea deal will allow Mr. Weisselberg, who was facing up to 15 years in prison, to spend as little as 100 days behind bars, according to people with knowledge of the matter. And it does not require Mr. Weisselberg, the Trump Organization’s longtime chief financial officer, to cooperate with the Manhattan district attorney’s office in its broader investigation into Mr. Trump, who has not been accused of wrongdoing.

But Mr. Weisselberg is expected to admit to all 15 felonies he was charged with and will have to testify about his role in a scheme to avoid paying taxes on lavish corporate perks, the people said. That requirement will put the company at a disadvantage and make Mr. Weisselberg a central witness at its trial in October, where it will face many of the same charges.


If Trumpleton's believe Don, who is an acknowledged control freak, wasn't aware Al committed those felonies you might also believe the election was stolen from him.

The above post has been nominated by the Voice of the Reich as "Hate Post of the Day."
What's Reich about the truth?
 

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