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Trump supporters: If Trump broke the law, should he be held legally accountable?

Faun

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There was no "Sedition Day"

You seem to be oblivious as to how Americans killed or captured a lot of Nazis that did exactly what Biden and friends are doing.

LOL

You wish there wasn't a Sedition Day.

 

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The problem with asking this question to trump supporters is they'll never actually answer it. They'll deflect to something else immediately because they really do want Trump to get away with breaking any laws, and we all know what that means for the type of government they would prefer.
 

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The problem with asking this question to trump supporters is they'll never actually answer it. They'll deflect to something else immediately because they really do want Trump to get away with breaking any laws, and we all know what that means for the type of government they would prefer.
Telling that 2 years into Biden all you have is I hate Trump mantra. Thats all you got going into the next elwction. :auiqs.jpg::auiqs.jpg::auiqs.jpg:
 

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Mac1958 Trump didn't break any laws Every President before him has done the same. The FBI was at his home back in June and he told them to take anything they wanted. They told him to keep it but to put another lock on the door which he did. This raid wasn't needed at all. More bullshit brought to you by bullshit artists. This will insure a Trump win in 2024. What a pack of morons.
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Obama didn't. He returned all such documents to the National Archives. A shame Trump didn't do that.
 
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Obama didn't. He returned all such documents to the National Archives. A shame Trump didn't do that.
You know where they get this stuff. So you never know what they're gonna toss out.
 

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Which law did he break?


Held accountable for what?

And if so, why are republicans held accountable for every little thing while felons in the DNC skate free?

So the real question is why would TRump be held accountable when no one else ever is? And for something EVERY PRESIDENT DOES.

Here's one

Trump Organization's CFO Pleads Guilty In New York Tax Fraud Case​

Allen Weisselberg admitted to 15 counts he was charged with, but did not agree to disclose any information on Trump himself.

Please don't tell me you think Allen wasn't doing what the boss told him to do.

I can't believe this guy is going to take the fall. Perhaps he's hoping Trump wins in 2024 and pardons him. I'm sure because he is rich he will appeal this and hold off prison time until 2025.


Now that's loyal
 

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Your belief that you aren't a partisan is hilarious.
Weisselberg is the first individual to be criminally prosecuted as part of the DA’s investigation into the Trump Organization, a group of business entities owned by the former president.

The deal requires Weisselberg to testify in the trial against the Trump Organization and speak to his involvement in devising the scheme with the company, the Times reported.
Weisselberg reportedly agreed to a five-month jail term, but could serve as few as 100 days in prison, according to the Times.

Weisselberg was indicted in July 2021 for participating in a 15-year tax fraud scheme that saw him receive “off the books” compensation that amounted to around $1.76 million, according to the indictment.
The compensation included rent, private school tuition expenses for some of Weisselberg’s family members and lease payments on Mercedes cars for Weisselberg and his wife, per the indictment.

Trump Guilty and not qualified to be POTUS.

The charges Weisselberg faced included scheme conspiracy, grand larceny, criminal tax fraud and falsifying business records.
“The purpose of the scheme was to compensate Weisselberg and other Trump Organization executives in a manner that was ‘off the books’: the beneficiaries of the scheme received substantial portions of their income through indirect and disguised means, with compensation that was unreported or misreported by [the Trump Organization] to the tax authorities,” the indictment stated.
The indictment went on to explain how the scheme helped Weisselberg and other employees engage in tax evasion.
 

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Weisselberg is the first individual to be criminally prosecuted as part of the DA’s investigation into the Trump Organization, a group of business entities owned by the former president.

The deal requires Weisselberg to testify in the trial against the Trump Organization and speak to his involvement in devising the scheme with the company, the Times reported.
Weisselberg reportedly agreed to a five-month jail term, but could serve as few as 100 days in prison, according to the Times.

Weisselberg was indicted in July 2021 for participating in a 15-year tax fraud scheme that saw him receive “off the books” compensation that amounted to around $1.76 million, according to the indictment.
The compensation included rent, private school tuition expenses for some of Weisselberg’s family members and lease payments on Mercedes cars for Weisselberg and his wife, per the indictment.

Trump Guilty and not qualified to be POTUS.

The charges Weisselberg faced included scheme conspiracy, grand larceny, criminal tax fraud and falsifying business records.
“The purpose of the scheme was to compensate Weisselberg and other Trump Organization executives in a manner that was ‘off the books’: the beneficiaries of the scheme received substantial portions of their income through indirect and disguised means, with compensation that was unreported or misreported by [the Trump Organization] to the tax authorities,” the indictment stated.
The indictment went on to explain how the scheme helped Weisselberg and other employees engage in tax evasion.
What is Trump guilty of? Weisselberg was the only one prosecuted. Now you're accusing everyone in the organization?

When you run a corporation with thousands of employees, there are bound to be some that have broken the law. That proves nothing about Trump. However, anytime anyone even remotely connected to Trump gets so much as a parking ticket, it becomes front page news. That's a classic smear campaign. All it shows is what a bunch of ruthless fucking weasels progs are.
 

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Trump Organization's CFO Pleads Guilty In New York Tax Fraud Case​

Allen Weisselberg admitted to 15 counts he was charged with, but did not agree to disclose any information on Trump himself.

I heard the story though I'm not familiar with the guy. Once again, I wonder how people in the Biden Administration and Obumma Administration and the Nancy and Hillary circles would fare if subjected to as much tunneling electron microscope SCRUTINY of every detail of their lives as all the people surrounding or in any way connected to Trump have been put through!

I say next year, WE FIND OUT!!!
 
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Weisselberg is the first individual to be criminally prosecuted as part of the DA’s investigation into the Trump Organization, a group of business entities owned by the former president.

The deal requires Weisselberg to testify in the trial against the Trump Organization and speak to his involvement in devising the scheme with the company, the Times reported.
Weisselberg reportedly agreed to a five-month jail term, but could serve as few as 100 days in prison, according to the Times.

Weisselberg was indicted in July 2021 for participating in a 15-year tax fraud scheme that saw him receive “off the books” compensation that amounted to around $1.76 million, according to the indictment.
The compensation included rent, private school tuition expenses for some of Weisselberg’s family members and lease payments on Mercedes cars for Weisselberg and his wife, per the indictment.

Trump Guilty and not qualified to be POTUS.

The charges Weisselberg faced included scheme conspiracy, grand larceny, criminal tax fraud and falsifying business records.
“The purpose of the scheme was to compensate Weisselberg and other Trump Organization executives in a manner that was ‘off the books’: the beneficiaries of the scheme received substantial portions of their income through indirect and disguised means, with compensation that was unreported or misreported by [the Trump Organization] to the tax authorities,” the indictment stated.
The indictment went on to explain how the scheme helped Weisselberg and other employees engage in tax evasion.
This whole thing just gets worse, and these folks STILL don't care.
 

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