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« Reply #496 on: March 22, 2023, 05:20:36 PM »
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Really? So, Trump has something to hide? How else could he have been blackmailed?



LOL.  Such ignorance of the law.  Blackmail is blackmail whether the underlying claim is true or not.  It's called a shakedown.  Someone makes an allegation (whether true or false) and demands payment to keep quiet.  Many celebrities settle claims that are not true to avoid the bad press.  Regardless, the bogus investigation appears to be imploding.  Trump's presidential chances have been bolstered by this leftist overreach more than he could ever have hoped.  Leave it to the incompetent radical left to keep Trump's hopes alive.  He is now well ahead of DeSantis in the polls.

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« Reply #496 on: March 22, 2023, 05:20:36 PM »


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« Reply #497 on: March 22, 2023, 05:58:36 PM »
LOL.  Such ignorance of the law.  Blackmail is blackmail whether the underlying claim is true or not.  It's called a shakedown.  Someone makes an allegation (whether true or false) and demands payment to keep quiet.  Many celebrities settle claims that are not true to avoid the bad press.  Regardless, the bogus investigation appears to be imploding.  Trump's presidential chances have been bolstered by this leftist overreach more than he could ever have hoped.  Leave it to the incompetent radical left to keep Trump's hopes alive.  He is now well ahead of DeSantis in the polls.

Blackmail is blackmail whether the underlying claim is true or not.  It's called a shakedown.

Got much experience with these kinds of things, do you? I know what the law says, but that wasn't my point.

Are you really saying that Trump had nothing to hide but paid anyway? Not one, but at least two women? This is a guy who doesn't even pay his lawyers and suppliers, yet for something that's not true he just throws truckloads of money out the window to hush something up that isn't true to begin with? Are you really that far gone that you actually believe this BS?

Someone makes an allegation (whether true or false) and demands payment to keep quiet.

If an allegation simply isn't true and the subject of the blackmail has not done what is alleged, why pay?
What would be the incentive, if there is no validity to a claim, to pay anyway and risk the blackmailer later returning for more when you can also discredit him and his story by going on the offensive, going public, pressing criminal charges as well as sue that person in civil court for massive damages?

Many celebrities settle claims that are not true to avoid the bad press.

Seems like a profitable and low risk way to make money; make untrue allegations and get paid. Made much money that way, have you?

Btw, how do you know that many celebrities make such payments, when the purpose of the payment is to keep the thing quiet and out of the media?

Regardless, the bogus investigation appears to be imploding.

Really? Says who? Fox "news" perhaps?

Trump's presidential chances have been bolstered by this leftist overreach more than he could ever have hoped.

Keep dreaming.... If Trump ever gets back in the White House the country is lost for sure and more and more people are beginning to understand that.
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« Reply #498 on: March 23, 2023, 12:20:13 PM »
The ship is sinking fast now.  And there are no lifeboats for this disaster.  Every day it gets worse and worse.  Meanwhile Trump is surging.

Fortune headline:

"President Biden’s approval rating has sunk near record lows as Americans worry about bank failures and inflation"

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« Reply #499 on: March 23, 2023, 01:24:49 PM »
The ship is sinking fast now.  And there are no lifeboats for this disaster.  Every day it gets worse and worse.  Meanwhile Trump is surging.

Fortune headline:

"President Biden’s approval rating has sunk near record lows as Americans worry about bank failures and inflation"

This is déjà vu!

You predicted Trump would win the election in a landslide.... He didn't
You predicted a landslide GOP victory at the midterms.... It didn't happen

So, keep on hoping and dreaming....   :D

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« Reply #500 on: March 23, 2023, 03:59:35 PM »
Blackmail is blackmail whether the underlying claim is true or not.  It's called a shakedown.

Got much experience with these kinds of things, do you? I know what the law says, but that wasn't my point.

Are you really saying that Trump had nothing to hide but paid anyway? Not one, but at least two women? This is a guy who doesn't even pay his lawyers and suppliers, yet for something that's not true he just throws truckloads of money out the window to hush something up that isn't true to begin with? Are you really that far gone that you actually believe this BS?

Someone makes an allegation (whether true or false) and demands payment to keep quiet.

If an allegation simply isn't true and the subject of the blackmail has not done what is alleged, why pay?
What would be the incentive, if there is no validity to a claim, to pay anyway and risk the blackmailer later returning for more when you can also discredit him and his story by going on the offensive, going public, pressing criminal charges as well as sue that person in civil court for massive damages?

Many celebrities settle claims that are not true to avoid the bad press.

Seems like a profitable and low risk way to make money; make untrue allegations and get paid. Made much money that way, have you?

Btw, how do you know that many celebrities make such payments, when the purpose of the payment is to keep the thing quiet and out of the media?

Regardless, the bogus investigation appears to be imploding.

Really? Says who? Fox "news" perhaps?

Trump's presidential chances have been bolstered by this leftist overreach more than he could ever have hoped.

Keep dreaming.... If Trump ever gets back in the White House the country is lost for sure and more and more people are beginning to understand that.

It is hilarious that you, of all people, who entertain any counter possibilities to Oswald's guilt no matter how baseless to avoid ever reaching a conclusion suddenly know what happened in this situation!  A miracle.  HA HA HA.  Comedy gold   Trump is a multibillionaire.  He was running for election.  A claim (whether true or false) that he had an affair with porn star could have caused him issues both in the election and his marriage.  So he paid her off.  Big deal.  It's peanuts to him.  I have no idea whether the allegations are true. EVEN if they are true, however, nothing Trump did is a crime.  The allegation is that he had a CONSENSUAL affair.  Daniels demanded money to keep quiet (i.e. blackmail) via an attorney who has been convicted of multiple felonies for doing the same to others.  She signed a legal NDA and then violated the terms to shakedown Trump again.  Trump is the victim of a crime whether he had an affair or not.  Everything he did was perfectly legal.  How could things be any worse than they are now if Trump gets elected?  We have record inflation, crime, crashing financial markets, endless war, train derailments, and incompetence.  Even if you don't like Trump personally, the US was far better off under his policies than the incompetent clown show in charge now. 

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« Reply #501 on: March 23, 2023, 05:48:22 PM »
It is hilarious that you, of all people, who entertain any counter possibilities to Oswald's guilt no matter how baseless to avoid ever reaching a conclusion suddenly know what happened in this situation!  A miracle.  HA HA HA.  Comedy gold   Trump is a multibillionaire.  He was running for election.  A claim (whether true or false) that he had an affair with porn star could have caused him issues both in the election and his marriage.  So he paid her off.  Big deal.  It's peanuts to him.  I have no idea whether the allegations are true. EVEN if they are true, however, nothing Trump did is a crime.  The allegation is that he had a CONSENSUAL affair.  Daniels demanded money to keep quiet (i.e. blackmail) via an attorney who has been convicted of multiple felonies for doing the same to others.  She signed a legal NDA and then violated the terms to shakedown Trump again.  Trump is the victim of a crime whether he had an affair or not.  Everything he did was perfectly legal.  How could things be any worse than they are now if Trump gets elected?  We have record inflation, crime, crashing financial markets, endless war, train derailments, and incompetence.  Even if you don't like Trump personally, the US was far better off under his policies than the incompetent clown show in charge now.

It is hilarious that you, of all people, who entertain any counter possibilities to Oswald's guilt no matter how baseless to avoid ever reaching a conclusion suddenly know what happened in this situation!

What conclusion did I reach? You've lost me completely here.

Trump is a multibillionaire.

So he claims. I'm not so sure it's actually true. In any event a "multibillionaire" begging for donations to fight his legal battle is hilarious!

A claim (whether true or false) that he had an affair with porn star could have caused him issues both in the election and his marriage.  So he paid her off.  Big deal.

Yeah right.... as if this would be the only scandal during the elections...  But it's good to know that this is an easy way to get a lot of money from Trump.  :D

Btw, despite what the propaganda channel called Fox continues to tell you, the case is not about that he paid Daniels off. The case is about where he got the money from (campaign fund, perhaps?) and how did they justify the transaction (by falsifying documents, perhaps?)

Everything he did was perfectly legal.

Let's wait and see, shall we? If there was nothing to it, and Trump did nothing wrong, why are three GOP clowns in the House trying to interfere in the ongoing investigation?

How could things be any worse than they are now if Trump gets elected?  We have record inflation, crime, crashing financial markets, endless war, train derailments, and incompetence.

Typical extreme right complaints. Inflation is world wide. No President can do much about that by himself. There are no crashing financial markets. Just two banks that collapsed in the US and one in Switzerland. There have been wars all through the US history. Some started by other countries and some by a US President. At the moment the US is not actively involved in any war I know about. There are no boots on the ground anywhere! Trail derailments can be easily blamed on Trump because he removed the safety rules put in place by Obama instead of maintaining them and upgrading the infrastructure. And incompetence is Trump's middle name! No President (who claimed to know and hire the best people) has had such a massive rotation of people on important posts than Trump. Chiefs of Staff came and went, he fired Jeff Sessions who he himself had hired earlier simply because Sessions didn't want to comply with Trump's demands.

So, yes, it will get worse if Trump is re-elected!

Even if you don't like Trump personally, the US was far better off under his policies than the incompetent clown show in charge now.

Of course you would say that. What else can you expect from a die hard cult member? But then, you say a great many things and most of them are simply wrong or not true.....
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« Reply #502 on: March 24, 2023, 02:53:22 PM »
Bungling Joe has stumbled into yet another regional conflict in Syria.  Trump tried to pull the US out of that morass, but the corrupt establishment politicians went insane.  Lindsey Graham almost had a stroke.  War must go on and on and with no end.   The money flows to the lobbyists and politicians.

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« Reply #503 on: March 24, 2023, 05:21:55 PM »
Bungling Joe has stumbled into yet another regional conflict in Syria.  Trump tried to pull the US out of that morass, but the corrupt establishment politicians went insane.  Lindsey Graham almost had a stroke.  War must go on and on and with no end.   The money flows to the lobbyists and politicians.

another regional conflict in Syria.

Have you lost your mind completely?