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Trump takes the 5th 400 times...

BackAgain

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Now a resident of a Red state! Hallelujah!
"Did you direct him to do those actions."

That would lead nobody astray.

The innocent person would didn't do it says no. The criminal pleads the 5th.

No, you and your orange lard and master did not figure out a life hack, ya sniveling crybaby.
Ignore the point. Typical of you.

1. The transcript shows that he wasn’t just asked “yes/no” questions.

In any event. 2. Your idiotic analysis is even clearer evidence of the lack of value you place in the Constitution. It is unlikely that any contrary argument would have any chance of penetrating your skull.

But, just to be clear, the 5th Amendment does NOT require that you actually would be implicating yourself. It suffices if it “might tend to” incriminate you.

And with a kind of rogue prosecutor such as the highly politically-partisan and politically-driven hack of an AG up in NY, you’d have to be a dipshit moron NOT to be aware of how SHE “might” manipulate anything you say.

Oh well. Except for the fact that you were entirely wrong, that was a really insipid posting effort, Farty.
 

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Again, everyone says that until the govt gives them an anal esxam for 6 years, while letting others completely off the hook. I used to be like that too, but things like perjury traps, entrapment and such exist.......I'm sure that was from his counsel. Clinton has done it, they all have.......let's stop the games. All I know is they keep saying he is doing this, then they can never ever prove it.

Lets look at his taxes


2) He has Russia ties: While the Mueller report made clear that neither Trump nor anyone in his campaign orbit colluded with the Russians to help Trump win the 2016 election, it would still be a very big story if Trump’s tax returns showed he had extensive financial dealings and ties to Russia. We know, from Michael Cohen, that Trump and his family were deeply involved in the potential construction of Trump Tower Moscow and that Cohen lied about that involvement (and how long it stretched) to protect Trump. We also know that Donald Trump Jr. said this at a 2008 real estate conference: “In terms of high-end product influx into the US, Russians make up a pretty disproportionate cross-section of a lot of our assets. Say, in Dubai, and certainly with our project in SoHo, and anywhere in New York. We see a lot of money pouring in from Russia.”

Where is this?????????? Since his taxes were partisanly and illegally released, where is this Russia Connection??????

Answer: It DOES NOT EXIST........everyone in this Russia Collusion Conspiracy should be in jail from Rachael Maddow to Peter Strzok, to all the assholes in between.
 

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Really?

Please post the link to where they 'got Trump'...

Going on 7 years, and you treasonous, Trump-obsessed, TDS-suffering, whiny bitches have nothing on Trump but are desparately trying to convince yourselves you did something.

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They got more on the Trump REGIME, You, MORON, in 4 years, than they ever did Hillary in 15 years.

Allen Weisselberg, 75, the longtime chief financial officer of the Trump Organization, reached a deal with the Manhattan District Attorney's Office, pleading guilty on Thursday to 15 felonies. He admitted to failing to pay taxes on some $1.7 million in income and is expected to face five months in prison as well as five years of probation.

Rick Gates worked as a deputy to Paul Manafort on Trump's 2016 presidential campaign. He was indicted in October of 2017 and entered a plea deal in February of 2018, pleading guilty to charges of conspiracy and lying to investigators.

Paul Manafort, who chaired Trump's 2016 campaign and also worked as his campaign manager, was indicted along with Gates in October of 2017. A jury found him guilty of tax fraud and bank fraud in August of 2018. He also pleaded guilty about a month later to charges related to money laundering, witness tampering and lobbying violations.

In 2016, George Papadopoulos served as an adviser to Trump's presidential campaign. He pleaded guilty in 2017 to lying to FBI agents regarding his communication with individuals who claimed to have ties to prominent Russian officials.

Roger Stone was indicted and arrested in January of 2019 on seven counts, including lying to Congress, obstruction of an official proceeding and witness tampering. This was related to special counsel Robert Mueller's investigation into Russian interference in the 2016 election.
Stone was convicted and sentenced to more than three years in prison in February of 2020. Trump commuted his sentence before he had to report to prison.

The retired Army lieutenant general served as a national security adviser to Trump's 2016 campaign. Michael Flynn was then selected to serve as his national security adviser but was fired after less than a month into that role after it was reported he lied about his contact with Russian officials.

In December of 2017, he formalized a deal to plead guilty to making false statements to the FBI regarding his Russian contacts.

Elliott Broidy was a fundraiser for Trump's 2016 presidential campaign and was involved with his inaugural committee. He pleaded guilty in October of 2020 to carrying out a secret lobbying campaign in exchange for millions of dollars.

Steve Bannon served as the chief executive officer of Trump's 2016 campaign and then as a White House strategist for much of 2017. He was convicted by a grand jury in July of contempt of Congress over his refusal to comply with a subpoena to appear before the House select committee investigating the January 6, 2021, riot at the U.S. Capitol.


A Guide to Trump Allies Who've Pleaded Guilty or Been ...​

https://www.newsweek.com › ... › Robert Mueller › FBI
 

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They got more on the Trump REGIME, You, MORON, in 4 years, than they ever did Hillary in 15 years.

Allen Weisselberg, 75, the longtime chief financial officer of the Trump Organization, reached a deal with the Manhattan District Attorney's Office, pleading guilty on Thursday to 15 felonies. He admitted to failing to pay taxes on some $1.7 million in income and is expected to face five months in prison as well as five years of probation.

Rick Gates worked as a deputy to Paul Manafort on Trump's 2016 presidential campaign. He was indicted in October of 2017 and entered a plea deal in February of 2018, pleading guilty to charges of conspiracy and lying to investigators.

Paul Manafort, who chaired Trump's 2016 campaign and also worked as his campaign manager, was indicted along with Gates in October of 2017. A jury found him guilty of tax fraud and bank fraud in August of 2018. He also pleaded guilty about a month later to charges related to money laundering, witness tampering and lobbying violations.

In 2016, George Papadopoulos served as an adviser to Trump's presidential campaign. He pleaded guilty in 2017 to lying to FBI agents regarding his communication with individuals who claimed to have ties to prominent Russian officials.

Roger Stone was indicted and arrested in January of 2019 on seven counts, including lying to Congress, obstruction of an official proceeding and witness tampering. This was related to special counsel Robert Mueller's investigation into Russian interference in the 2016 election.
Stone was convicted and sentenced to more than three years in prison in February of 2020. Trump commuted his sentence before he had to report to prison.

The retired Army lieutenant general served as a national security adviser to Trump's 2016 campaign. Michael Flynn was then selected to serve as his national security adviser but was fired after less than a month into that role after it was reported he lied about his contact with Russian officials.

In December of 2017, he formalized a deal to plead guilty to making false statements to the FBI regarding his Russian contacts.

Elliott Broidy was a fundraiser for Trump's 2016 presidential campaign and was involved with his inaugural committee. He pleaded guilty in October of 2020 to carrying out a secret lobbying campaign in exchange for millions of dollars.

Steve Bannon served as the chief executive officer of Trump's 2016 campaign and then as a White House strategist for much of 2017. He was convicted by a grand jury in July of contempt of Congress over his refusal to comply with a subpoena to appear before the House select committee investigating the January 6, 2021, riot at the U.S. Capitol.

A Guide to Trump Allies Who've Pleaded Guilty or Been ...

https://www.newsweek.com › ... › Robert Mueller › FBI
/----/ All that proves is that people who worked for Trump committed crimes. The CFO Weisselberg was caught lining his own pockets via tax evasion. It wasn't Trump, and if he knew, he would have canned his greedy ass.

Rick Gates worked as a deputy to Paul Manafort -- NOT TRUMP - but as one of Trump's employee's aid. How is that Trump's wrongdoing?

General Flynn was caught in a perjury trap. The FBI said he didn't need a lawyer present when questioned. Flynn's mistake was not getting WH Counsel to be present during the interview.

The rest is a list of people who were targeted by the democRAT Congress, DOJ and FBI because they were associated with Trump. Ya really got to do better than that.
 

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/----/ All that proves is that people who worked for Trump committed crimes. The CFO Weisselberg was caught lining his own pockets via tax evasion. It wasn't Trump, and if he knew, he would have canned his greedy ass.

Rick Gates worked as a deputy to Paul Manafort -- NOT TRUMP - but as one of Trump's employee's aid. How is that Trump's wrongdoing?

General Flynn was caught in a perjury trap. The FBI said he didn't need a lawyer present when questioned. Flynn's mistake was not getting WH Counsel to be present during the interview.

The rest is a list of people who were targeted by the democRAT Congress, DOJ and FBI because they were associated with Trump. Ya really got to do better than that.
Sure, and Trump's cult are obsessed with a laptop.
 

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/-----/ Did you actually read the article? "The 76-year-old Trump hasn’t been charged." He hasn't been charged because the prosecutor can't produce any evidence that Trump knew, it's just conjecture.

BTW, lamebrain, giving nontaxable benefits has been common practice for decades. It's perfectly legal.

 

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/-----/ Did you actually read the article? "The 76-year-old Trump hasn’t been charged." He hasn't been charged because the prosecutor can't produce any evidence that Trump knew, it's just conjecture.

BTW, lamebrain, giving nontaxable benefits has been common practice for decades. It's perfectly legal.


It's funny, or perhaps sad how Trump supporters are always relegated to arguing that Trump doesn't know what is going on under him.
 

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It's funny, or perhaps sad how Trump supporters are always relegated to arguing that Trump doesn't know what is going on under him.
Or the words he says means something else, or the video of what he does isn't really what he is doing, or many other examples of the alternate reality of Trump world.
 

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/----/ All that proves is that people who worked for Trump committed crimes. The CFO Weisselberg was caught lining his own pockets via tax evasion. It wasn't Trump, and if he knew, he would have canned his greedy ass.

Rick Gates worked as a deputy to Paul Manafort -- NOT TRUMP - but as one of Trump's employee's aid. How is that Trump's wrongdoing?

General Flynn was caught in a perjury trap. The FBI said he didn't need a lawyer present when questioned. Flynn's mistake was not getting WH Counsel to be present during the interview.

The rest is a list of people who were targeted by the democRAT Congress, DOJ and FBI because they were associated with Trump. Ya really got to do better than that.
The CFO Weisselberg was caught lining his own pockets via tax evasion. It wasn't Trump, and if he knew, he would have canned his greedy ass.

No, rube....that was Grifty's way of saving on payroll taxes...you'd have to be a moron to believe he did it on his own.


Flynn's mistake was not getting WH Counsel to be present during the interview

Flynn's "mistake" was talking kidnapping.

That gave the Feds all the leverage they needed.
 

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Or the words he says means something else, or the video of what he does isn't really what he is doing, or many other examples of the alternate reality of Trump world.
For a guy who is so smart, and all.
 

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Ignore the point. Typical of you.

1. The transcript shows that he wasn’t just asked “yes/no” questions.

In any event. 2. Your idiotic analysis is even clearer evidence of the lack of value you place in the Constitution. It is unlikely that any contrary argument would have any chance of penetrating your skull.

But, just to be clear, the 5th Amendment does NOT require that you actually would be implicating yourself. It suffices if it “might tend to” incriminate you.

And with a kind of rogue prosecutor such as the highly politically-partisan and politically-driven hack of an AG up in NY, you’d have to be a dipshit moron NOT to be aware of how SHE “might” manipulate anything you say.

Oh well. Except for the fact that you were entirely wrong, that was a really insipid posting effort, Farty.
I can't help noticing how your posts are all crap, all the time.

Given your demonstrated ignorance and analytical ineptitude, maybe you should offer your stupid with more humility.
 

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No, rube....that was Grifty's way of saving on payroll taxes...you'd have to be a moron to believe he did it on his own.
/------/ Tell me what laws are broken when a company gives benefits to employees instead of cash.
Maybe you have a job. Maybe your McD manager lets you have a free meal for lunch every day because you do such a great job cleaning the bathrooms. That is 265 free meals a year x $6 each equals $1,560 a year in free food. Do you declare those meals on your taxes?
 

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