The best argument for a Trump prison sentence

C_Clayton_Jones

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‘…considering the context of Trump’s crimes and his propensity to threaten judges, juries and witnesses, significant prison time is the only punishment that fits the crime and this convict.
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Merchan wrote in a pretrial ruling that “while it is true that the charges involve the lowest level felony and no one suffered physical harm, it can hardly be said that the allegations are not severe.” He stressed: “The People claim that the Defendant paid an individual $130,000 to conceal a sexual encounter in an effort to influence the 2016 Presidential election and then falsified 34 business records to cover up the payoff. In this Court’s view, those are serious allegations.” And, therefore, the convictions are serious.

In addition to the gravity of the offense, the factors weighing most heavily in favor of a significant prison sentence are Trump’s conduct and character. It is not “simply” that Trump has multiple civil judgments against him (e.g., sexually abusing and defaming E. Jean Carroll, inflating his property values and misusing charitable funds) or that he spearheaded a violent insurrection to overturn an election or even that his conduct resulted in multiple contempt citations in Merchan’s and Justice Arthur Engoron’s courtrooms. In this case, character and conduct also encompass how Trump treats the criminal justice system ...’


Trump’s crime was election interference in the 2016 presidential campaign; Trump falsified business records to facilitate his crime of election interference.

It’s a lie to claim that Trump was convicted on ‘minor charges’; election interference is a serious offense for which incarceration is perfectly appropriate.
 
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You go girl! Let's see how this plays out for you.

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The Supreme Court needs to get involved here. Dead-end Donkeys have proven themselves to be willing to defy our constitution and laws in order to steer elections to their party's candidates. Merchan, Engeron, Willis, Smith and James are no different than Garland, Mayorkas, Harris and Biden. None of them give two fucks about the American people. Their only goal is total control at any cost and to hell with our constitution and the American people. MAGA
 
election interference is a serious offense for which incarceration is perfectly appropriate.
election interference is a serious offense for which incarceration is perfectly appropriate.
you are right jonese....now what your side is doing can also be considered election interference too...so who should go to prison from your pathetic party?...
 
‘…considering the context of Trump’s crimes and his propensity to threaten judges, juries and witnesses, significant prison time is the only punishment that fits the crime and this convict.
[…]
Merchan wrote in a pretrial ruling that “while it is true that the charges involve the lowest level felony and no one suffered physical harm, it can hardly be said that the allegations are not severe.” He stressed: “The People claim that the Defendant paid an individual $130,000 to conceal a sexual encounter in an effort to influence the 2016 Presidential election and then falsified 34 business records to cover up the payoff. In this Court’s view, those are serious allegations.” And, therefore, the convictions are serious.

In addition to the gravity of the offense, the factors weighing most heavily in favor of a significant prison sentence are Trump’s conduct and character. It is not “simply” that Trump has multiple civil judgments against him (e.g., sexually abusing and defaming E. Jean Carroll, inflating his property values and misusing charitable funds) or that he spearheaded a violent insurrection to overturn an election or even that his conduct resulted in multiple contempt citations in Merchan’s and Justice Arthur Engoron’s courtrooms. In this case, character and conduct also encompass how Trump treats the criminal justice system ...’


Trump’s crime was election interference in the 2016 presidential campaign; Trump falsified business records to facilitate his crime of election interference.

It’s a lie to claim that Trump was convicted on ‘minor charges’; election interference is a serious offense for which incarceration is perfectly appropriate.
/—-/ Paying hush money is not a crime. Clinton did it. Congress has a slush fund of hush money. Hillary paid for the Steele Dossier and marked it legal fees.
Just admit the only way to defeat Trump is to throw him in jail— and that ain’t working.
 
‘…considering the context of Trump’s crimes and his propensity to threaten judges, juries and witnesses, significant prison time is the only punishment that fits the crime and this convict.
[…]
Merchan wrote in a pretrial ruling that “while it is true that the charges involve the lowest level felony and no one suffered physical harm, it can hardly be said that the allegations are not severe.” He stressed: “The People claim that the Defendant paid an individual $130,000 to conceal a sexual encounter in an effort to influence the 2016 Presidential election and then falsified 34 business records to cover up the payoff. In this Court’s view, those are serious allegations.” And, therefore, the convictions are serious.

In addition to the gravity of the offense, the factors weighing most heavily in favor of a significant prison sentence are Trump’s conduct and character. It is not “simply” that Trump has multiple civil judgments against him (e.g., sexually abusing and defaming E. Jean Carroll, inflating his property values and misusing charitable funds) or that he spearheaded a violent insurrection to overturn an election or even that his conduct resulted in multiple contempt citations in Merchan’s and Justice Arthur Engoron’s courtrooms. In this case, character and conduct also encompass how Trump treats the criminal justice system ...’


Trump’s crime was election interference in the 2016 presidential campaign; Trump falsified business records to facilitate his crime of election interference.

It’s a lie to claim that Trump was convicted on ‘minor charges’; election interference is a serious offense for which incarceration is perfectly appropriate.
Wow did you mess your diaper and have to stay up late and type this Reichbabble while mommy changed you? You sound like some brownshirt suckup trying to impress your SS commandant.
 
‘…considering the context of Trump’s crimes and his propensity to threaten judges, juries and witnesses, significant prison time is the only punishment that fits the crime and this convict.
[…]
Merchan wrote in a pretrial ruling that “while it is true that the charges involve the lowest level felony and no one suffered physical harm, it can hardly be said that the allegations are not severe.” He stressed: “The People claim that the Defendant paid an individual $130,000 to conceal a sexual encounter in an effort to influence the 2016 Presidential election and then falsified 34 business records to cover up the payoff. In this Court’s view, those are serious allegations.” And, therefore, the convictions are serious.

In addition to the gravity of the offense, the factors weighing most heavily in favor of a significant prison sentence are Trump’s conduct and character. It is not “simply” that Trump has multiple civil judgments against him (e.g., sexually abusing and defaming E. Jean Carroll, inflating his property values and misusing charitable funds) or that he spearheaded a violent insurrection to overturn an election or even that his conduct resulted in multiple contempt citations in Merchan’s and Justice Arthur Engoron’s courtrooms. In this case, character and conduct also encompass how Trump treats the criminal justice system ...’


Trump’s crime was election interference in the 2016 presidential campaign; Trump falsified business records to facilitate his crime of election interference.

It’s a lie to claim that Trump was convicted on ‘minor charges’; election interference is a serious offense for which incarceration is perfectly appropriate.
Mrs. Jones off the deep end.....
 
‘…considering the context of Trump’s crimes and his propensity to threaten judges, juries and witnesses, significant prison time is the only punishment that fits the crime and this convict.
[…]
Merchan wrote in a pretrial ruling that “while it is true that the charges involve the lowest level felony and no one suffered physical harm, it can hardly be said that the allegations are not severe.” He stressed: “The People claim that the Defendant paid an individual $130,000 to conceal a sexual encounter in an effort to influence the 2016 Presidential election and then falsified 34 business records to cover up the payoff. In this Court’s view, those are serious allegations.” And, therefore, the convictions are serious.

In addition to the gravity of the offense, the factors weighing most heavily in favor of a significant prison sentence are Trump’s conduct and character. It is not “simply” that Trump has multiple civil judgments against him (e.g., sexually abusing and defaming E. Jean Carroll, inflating his property values and misusing charitable funds) or that he spearheaded a violent insurrection to overturn an election or even that his conduct resulted in multiple contempt citations in Merchan’s and Justice Arthur Engoron’s courtrooms. In this case, character and conduct also encompass how Trump treats the criminal justice system ...’


Trump’s crime was election interference in the 2016 presidential campaign; Trump falsified business records to facilitate his crime of election interference.

It’s a lie to claim that Trump was convicted on ‘minor charges’; election interference is a serious offense for which incarceration is perfectly appropriate.
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‘…considering the context of Trump’s crimes and his propensity to threaten judges, juries and witnesses, significant prison time is the only punishment that fits the crime and this convict.
[…]
Merchan wrote in a pretrial ruling that “while it is true that the charges involve the lowest level felony and no one suffered physical harm, it can hardly be said that the allegations are not severe.” He stressed: “The People claim that the Defendant paid an individual $130,000 to conceal a sexual encounter in an effort to influence the 2016 Presidential election and then falsified 34 business records to cover up the payoff. In this Court’s view, those are serious allegations.” And, therefore, the convictions are serious.

In addition to the gravity of the offense, the factors weighing most heavily in favor of a significant prison sentence are Trump’s conduct and character. It is not “simply” that Trump has multiple civil judgments against him (e.g., sexually abusing and defaming E. Jean Carroll, inflating his property values and misusing charitable funds) or that he spearheaded a violent insurrection to overturn an election or even that his conduct resulted in multiple contempt citations in Merchan’s and Justice Arthur Engoron’s courtrooms. In this case, character and conduct also encompass how Trump treats the criminal justice system ...’


Trump’s crime was election interference in the 2016 presidential campaign; Trump falsified business records to facilitate his crime of election interference.

It’s a lie to claim that Trump was convicted on ‘minor charges’; election interference is a serious offense for which incarceration is perfectly appropriate.
If that's your best argument, Trump is grinning from ear to ear.
 

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