List of Pardons released.

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Also fake news was wrong as they speculated for weeks Trump would pardon himself, his kids, his son-in-law.
U.S. propagandist news is wrong as usual.
Or someone explained to him that if he pardoned himself or his brood before they were convicted, it would be an admission of guilt and would result in immediate judgement for anyone who brought a civil action.
 

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Trump pardoned trash like himself. What a surprise.

You have to love that Trump pardoned those that screwed his own political supporters.
It kind of looked like he didn't really pardon anyone who was controversial... most of these are for minor offenses. like selling weed or mixing in ground beef and calling it organic.

My worry is that he was going to try to do something crazy so that people would be talking about that instead of Biden's inauguration.
 

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Trump pardoned trash like himself. What a surprise.

You have to love that Trump pardoned those that screwed his own political supporters.
It kind of looked like he didn't really pardon anyone who was controversial... most of these are for minor offenses. like selling weed or mixing in ground beef and calling it organic.

My worry is that he was going to try to do something crazy so that people would be talking about that instead of Biden's inauguration.
Trump pardoned many fraudsters. That is what I was referring to:

In addition to well known con man Steven Bannon, Trump pardoned or granted clemency to these folks as well:
  • Dr. Salomon E. Melgen, 66, a major Democratic donor and eye doctor who ran a series of clinics in Florida that fraudulently told Medicare patients that they had eye diseases and then performed medically unnecessary tests and procedures, falsely billing the federal government at least $42 million, according to prosecutors. His remaining prison sentence was commuted.
  • Ken Kurson, a friend and associate of Mr. Trump’s son-in-law, Jared Kushner, who was arrested late last year on cyberstalking charges involving several individuals, including a friend whom Mr. Kurson blamed for the deterioration of his marriage. He was pardoned.
  • George Gilmore, a New Jersey Republican power broker, who was convicted last January of failure to file payroll taxes for employees and making a false statement on a loan application, was also given a full pardon.
  • Anthony Levandowski, the former Uber executive who pleaded guilty to stealing driverless-car plans when he left Google to form a company, which Uber then acquired, was given a full pardon.
  • Sholam Weiss, who was sentenced to more than 800 years in prison in 2000 for racketeering, wire fraud and money laundering related to a huge insurance fraud scheme. His remaining sentence was commuted.
  • Eliyahu Weinstein, who was sentenced to more than 20 years in prison in 2014 for a real estate Ponzi scheme that prosecutors said caused $200 million in losses, had his remaining jail sentence commuted.
  • Robert Zangrillo, a Miami real estate developer who was charged with conspiring with a college consultant to bribe athletic officials at the University of Southern California to designate his daughter as a recruit to the crew team, received a pardon.
  • Aviem Sella, a former Israeli Air Force officer who was indicted by the United States in 1987 on espionage charges that he recruited the convicted spy Jonathan Jay Pollard to collect U.S. military secrets for Israel. But Israel never agreed to extradite him to the United States, and he has now been pardoned.
  • Former Republican House member Rick Renzi of Arizona, convicted in 2013 of extortion, bribery, insurance fraud, money laundering, and racketeering. Renzi left prison in 2017.
  • Former Rep. Randall “Duke” Cunningham, R-Calif., who was released from prison in 2013 after serving eight years for charges of bribery, fraud, and tax evasion.
 
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Trump pardoned trash like himself. What a surprise.

You have to love that Trump pardoned those that screwed his own political supporters.
It kind of looked like he didn't really pardon anyone who was controversial... most of these are for minor offenses. like selling weed or mixing in ground beef and calling it organic.

My worry is that he was going to try to do something crazy so that people would be talking about that instead of Biden's inauguration.
Trump pardoned many fraudsters. That is what I was referring to:

In addition to well known con man Steven Bannon, Trump pardoned or granted clemency to these folks as well:
  • Dr. Salomon E. Melgen, 66, a major Democratic donor and eye doctor who ran a series of clinics in Florida that fraudulently told Medicare patients that they had eye diseases and then performed medically unnecessary tests and procedures, falsely billing the federal government at least $42 million, according to prosecutors. His remaining prison sentence was commuted.
  • Ken Kurson, a friend and associate of Mr. Trump’s son-in-law, Jared Kushner, who was arrested late last year on cyberstalking charges involving several individuals, including a friend whom Mr. Kurson blamed for the deterioration of his marriage. He was pardoned.
  • George Gilmore, a New Jersey Republican power broker, who was convicted last January of failure to file payroll taxes for employees and making a false statement on a loan application, was also given a full pardon.
  • Anthony Levandowski, the former Uber executive who pleaded guilty to stealing driverless-car plans when he left Google to form a company, which Uber then acquired, was given a full pardon.
  • Sholam Weiss, who was sentenced to more than 800 years in prison in 2000 for racketeering, wire fraud and money laundering related to a huge insurance fraud scheme. His remaining sentence was commuted.
  • Eliyahu Weinstein, who was sentenced to more than 20 years in prison in 2014 for a real estate Ponzi scheme that prosecutors said caused $200 million in losses, had his remaining jail sentence commuted.
  • Robert Zangrillo, a Miami real estate developer who was charged with conspiring with a college consultant to bribe athletic officials at the University of Southern California to designate his daughter as a recruit to the crew team, received a pardon.
  • Aviem Sella, a former Israeli Air Force officer who was indicted by the United States in 1987 on espionage charges that he recruited the convicted spy Jonathan Jay Pollard to collect U.S. military secrets for Israel. But Israel never agreed to extradite him to the United States, and he has now been pardoned.
  • Former Republican House member Rick Renzi of Arizona, convicted in 2013 of extortion, bribery, insurance fraud, money laundering, and racketeering. Renzi left prison in 2017.
  • Former Rep. Randall “Duke” Cunningham, R-Calif., who was released from prison in 2013 after serving eight years for charges of bribery, fraud, and tax evasion.
Only fraud is that Senile old bastard being sworn in. He is Bezos puppet.
 

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Very disappointed that Assange wasn't pardoned.
 

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Trump pardoned trash like himself. What a surprise.

You have to love that Trump pardoned those that screwed his own political supporters.
It kind of looked like he didn't really pardon anyone who was controversial... most of these are for minor offenses. like selling weed or mixing in ground beef and calling it organic.

My worry is that he was going to try to do something crazy so that people would be talking about that instead of Biden's inauguration.
Trump pardoned many fraudsters. That is what I was referring to:

In addition to well known con man Steven Bannon, Trump pardoned or granted clemency to these folks as well:
  • Dr. Salomon E. Melgen, 66, a major Democratic donor and eye doctor who ran a series of clinics in Florida that fraudulently told Medicare patients that they had eye diseases and then performed medically unnecessary tests and procedures, falsely billing the federal government at least $42 million, according to prosecutors. His remaining prison sentence was commuted.
  • Ken Kurson, a friend and associate of Mr. Trump’s son-in-law, Jared Kushner, who was arrested late last year on cyberstalking charges involving several individuals, including a friend whom Mr. Kurson blamed for the deterioration of his marriage. He was pardoned.
  • George Gilmore, a New Jersey Republican power broker, who was convicted last January of failure to file payroll taxes for employees and making a false statement on a loan application, was also given a full pardon.
  • Anthony Levandowski, the former Uber executive who pleaded guilty to stealing driverless-car plans when he left Google to form a company, which Uber then acquired, was given a full pardon.
  • Sholam Weiss, who was sentenced to more than 800 years in prison in 2000 for racketeering, wire fraud and money laundering related to a huge insurance fraud scheme. His remaining sentence was commuted.
  • Eliyahu Weinstein, who was sentenced to more than 20 years in prison in 2014 for a real estate Ponzi scheme that prosecutors said caused $200 million in losses, had his remaining jail sentence commuted.
  • Robert Zangrillo, a Miami real estate developer who was charged with conspiring with a college consultant to bribe athletic officials at the University of Southern California to designate his daughter as a recruit to the crew team, received a pardon.
  • Aviem Sella, a former Israeli Air Force officer who was indicted by the United States in 1987 on espionage charges that he recruited the convicted spy Jonathan Jay Pollard to collect U.S. military secrets for Israel. But Israel never agreed to extradite him to the United States, and he has now been pardoned.
  • Former Republican House member Rick Renzi of Arizona, convicted in 2013 of extortion, bribery, insurance fraud, money laundering, and racketeering. Renzi left prison in 2017.
  • Former Rep. Randall “Duke” Cunningham, R-Calif., who was released from prison in 2013 after serving eight years for charges of bribery, fraud, and tax evasion.
Ha did you know the first several names you listed were Jewish
 

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Nothing for Snowden or Assange.


Of course not. You would have to be an absolute moron to believe he was going to pardon anybody but his cronies, multi millionaire white collar criminals.

Oh, that’s right.
 

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