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  • Lawsuit filed: DNC illegally funnelled $84 million into the Hillary Campaign.

    I'm sure no one here is surprised that the Hillary monster still won't go away.

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    I think this might be the end of the Clinton administration. Will she resign or face impeachment?

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    • #3
      Originally posted by DPR View Post
      I think this might be the end of the Clinton administration. Will she resign or face impeachment?
      Your's and Trojan's defense of this piece of shit is amusing.

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      • #4
        Piece of shit? LOL. Okay...

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        • #5
          Originally posted by daCat View Post

          Your's and Trojan's defense of this piece of shit is amusing.
          Still don't get what all the hullabaloo is over Hillary. Probably the most qualified public official out there today. Of course, guys hate taking orders from shrill bitch from accounting who drinks too much coffee and smells like cigs and stays in the office until 9pm.

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          • #6
            Originally posted by md21 View Post

            Still don't get what all the hullabaloo is over Hillary. Probably the most qualified public official out there today. Of course, guys hate taking orders from shrill bitch from accounting who drinks too much coffee and smells like cigs and stays in the office until 9pm.
            Maybe it's because I have a hardon for people who break the law and then get a pass for it.

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            • #7
              Originally posted by daCat View Post

              Maybe it's because I have a hardon for people who break the law and then get a pass for it.
              And yet you rarely say a word about Trump.

              Any thoughts on the revelation today that Sean Hannity shares a personal attorney with Trump? Cohen's 3 clients are Hannity, the president and mega-donor Broidy, who Cohen worked out a $1.6M payout to a playmate to cover up a love child.

              Now why would Hannity fail to disclose that? Or Trump? Would Trump pass classified intel to Hannity under the "protection" of attorney-client privilege"?

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              • #8
                Originally posted by DPR View Post

                And yet you rarely say a word about Trump.

                Any thoughts on the revelation today that Sean Hannity shares a personal attorney with Trump? Cohen's 3 clients are Hannity, the president and mega-donor Broidy, who Cohen worked out a $1.6M payout to a playmate to cover up a love child.

                Now why would Hannity fail to disclose that? Or Trump? Would Trump pass classified intel to Hannity under the "protection" of attorney-client privilege"?
                If Trump is proven to have broken the law, he won't get a pass from me. Any more deflections?

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                • #9
                  Originally posted by daCat View Post

                  If Trump is proven to have broken the law, he won't get a pass from me. Any more deflections?
                  Was Hillary proven to have broken the law? I don't doubt that she did, but I haven't seen proof to that effect, only investigations.

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                  • #10
                    Originally posted by Spartan View Post

                    Was Hillary proven to have broken the law? I don't doubt that she did, but I haven't seen proof to that effect, only investigations.
                    Comey's final email report said so, but due to lack of intent (LOL), he chose not to recommend bringing charges. Even though there are others who lost jobs or are/were incarcerated for similar lesser crimes. So yes, she broke the law. She just happens to also be above the law. It's infuriating to me.

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                    • #11
                      Originally posted by DynastyFSU2 View Post
                      I'm sure no one here is surprised that the Hillary monster still won't go away.
                      LMFAO @ you flailing your arms trying to get people to look away from Trump's scandals.

                      There's nothing to see here - just like Benghazi or IRS or Email Server.

                      Now fuck off and start praying Michael Cohen doesn't start singing like a bird - he's not gonna take a fall for Trump - despite all the money Trump will promise to pay Cohen for goiing away for 7-10 years
                      Last edited by sctrojan; 04-16-2018, 06:55 PM.

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                      • #12
                        Originally posted by daCat View Post

                        Maybe it's because I have a hardon for people who break the law and then get a pass for it.
                        LOL

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                        • #13
                          Originally posted by md21 View Post
                          Originally posted by daCat View Post

                          Maybe it's because I have a hardon for republicans who break the law and then get a pass for it.

                          LOL
                          Fixed your LOL

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                          • #14
                            Originally posted by daCat View Post

                            Comey's final email report said so, but due to lack of intent (LOL), he chose not to recommend bringing charges. Even though there are others who lost jobs or are/were incarcerated for similar lesser crimes. So yes, she broke the law. She just happens to also be above the law. It's infuriating to me.
                            The same report with the dirty paws of Andy McCabe on it? And Leakin James Comey? Wait, are we trusting these guys now? Or not? So hard to keep track.

                            Trump's nonprofit foundation never filed any paperwork. It was operating illegally. Hence, he broke the law.

                            Trump gave hefty political donations, routed through different shell donors, to Pam Bondi and Greg Abbot while both were AGs of Florida and Texas to avoid criminal investigations. I'm pretty sure that's against the law.

                            Trump has used undocumented workers time and time again for his businesses. Hence, he broke the law.

                            Trump's dad bought $3M in casino chips from him and sat on them, which is considered an illegal loan. Hence, he broke the law.

                            Trump created an out-of-state LLC to buy jewelry in Manhattan and had the sales receipt doctored to avoid paying the sales tax. Hence, he broke the law.

                            Trump University broke multiple state laws by calling itself a university despite not having the credentials to do so. Also conned a bunch of people by lying to them and settled out of court for $25M. I'm guessing some laws were broken here.

                            Trump's personal attorney, Michael Cohen, illegally gave $130k to Trump's campaign. Hence, he broke the law to benefit Trump and I'm going to say Trump knew all about it.

                            Those are just off the top of my head. He's got campaign officials dropping like flies to indictments and convictions. There is just no way in hell a guy who has worked in the casino industry in Atlantic City hasn't run afoul of the law at any point in time.

                            Seems to me like you're more angry about Clinton having a private email server (which was legal at the time) that may have had a few classified documents arrive on it (that weren't hacked) than you are of a NYC businessman cutting corners and defrauding military wives of their life savings over a sham university. Or hiring illegal workers. Or evading taxes. Or committing charity fraud. Or bribing politicians.

                            That is to say nothing of the fact that he's obviously guilty of obstruction of justice by firing the guy who was investigating his campaign and said, on live television no less, the reasoning was the investigation.

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                            • #15
                              Oh, and of course, the cherry on top is him bragging about sexual assault, which is clearly against the law. So there's that.

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