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  • BentleyspopBentleyspop Craft Beer Brewery, ColoradoPosts: 7,472
    40 months for Stone
    Countdown to pardon starts now
  • mrussel1mrussel1 Posts: 17,233
    40 months for Stone
    Countdown to pardon starts now
    I think I need to move the mark.  All the money is going on the under... under a week...
  • HughFreakingDillonHughFreakingDillon In My PlacePosts: 21,129
    40 months for Stone
    Countdown to pardon starts now
    he should have gotten that for publicly threatening the life of a judge alone. 
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  • Halifax2TheMaxHalifax2TheMax Posts: 23,707
    40 months for Stone
    Countdown to pardon starts now
    Roger Dodger Stoned’s reporting date is delayed pending appeal. Makes the over/under on the pardon very tricky. Like Dick.
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  • OnWis97OnWis97 St. Paul, MNPosts: 2,306
    Over/Under on # of days he spends in prison: 1.
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  • CM189191CM189191 Minneapolis via ChicagoPosts: 5,997
    Convicts, Guilty Pleas, & Settlements - 13 people; 1 company; 39 counts of federal felonies; $50MM assets forfeited; $5.62 million fines/settlement cash collected; 301 months of prison time
    Michael Flynn - Trump National Security Advisor - guilty of 1 count of lying to the FBI about contacts he had with Russians - will be sentenced in 2020
    George Papadopoulos - Trump campaign foreign policy advisor - guilty of 1 count of lying to the FBI about contacts he had with Russians while working for the Trump campaign - sentenced to 14 days in prison - threw Trump under the bus
    Rick Gates - Trump Deputy Campaign Chairman and Manafort business partner - guilty of 1 count of lying to the FBI and 1 count of conspiracy against the United States - sentenced to 45 days in prison
    Richard Pinedo - helped some of the 13 Russians get fake IDs - guilty of 1 count of identity fraud - sentenced to 6 months in prison and 6 months of house arrest
    Alex Van Der Zwaan - lawyer and son-in-law of a Russian oligarch - guilty of 1 count of lying to the FBI about communications he had with Rick Gates - sentenced to 30 days in prison and a $20k fine - deported
    Jeffrey Yohai - Paul Manafort's former son-in-law - guilty of 2 counts of bank fraud - sentenced to 9 years in prison
    Evgeny A. Freidman - Michael Cohen's business partner (a Russian immigrant, of course) - guilty of 1 count of tax evasion - sentenced to probation along with $1 million fine and $4 million of assets forfeited
    Michael Cohen - Trump's personal attorney - guilty of 8 counts of bank fraud, tax fraud, and campaign finance violations - Also guilty of 1 count of lying to Congress about Trump's real estate business dealings in Russia during the election - Cohen directly implicates Trump - sentenced to 36 months in prison - spent a bunch of time testifying before Congress
    Paul Manafort - Trump campaign chairman - charged with all kinds of financial crimes with Russians, bank fraud, lying to the FBI, and witness tampering - had his bail revoked due to witness tampering - gave Trump's campaign internal polling data to the Russians - found guilty of 8 counts of tax fraud, hiding foreign bank accounts, and bank fraud in his first trial where he was sentenced to 47 months in prison - in advance of second trial, Manafort pleads guilty to 1 count of conspiracy against the US and 1 count of obstruction of justice where he was sentenced to an additional 73 months in prison (30 of which runs concurrent with his first sentencing, making his total prison time 90 months (7.5 years) - Manafort forfeits assets worth $46 million - Manafort blew up his cooperation agreement by lying to investigators
    Sam Patten - Associate of Manafort - worked at Cambridge Analytica where, on behalf of Russian clients, he lobbied members of Congress and the state department and wrote op/eds - guilty of 1 count of failing to register as a foreign agent - sentenced to 3 years probation
    Maria Butina - Russian gun activist honey pot working in the US and with the NRA - guilty of 1 count of acting as an unregistered agent of the Russian government - sentenced to 18 months in prison followed by deportation
    Skadden Arps - One of the world's most luxurious law firms - agreed to pay $4.6 million to Uncle Sam to settle the law firm's failure to register as a foreign agent due to the firm's work with Paul Manafort on behalf of pro-Russian elements in Ukraine.  Skadden cooperated with Mueller's investigation.
    Roger Stone - long time Trump friend who also worked on the campaign - guilty of 7 counts of lying to Congress, witness tampering, and false statements - Stone was the go-between to help WikiLeaks time the release of hacked emails in a way that benefited the  Trump campaign - the evidence leading to Stone's indictment came from a search of Russian accounts - sentenced to 40 months in prison and a $20,000 fine
    George Nader - U.A.E. adviser - cooperated with Mueller regarding payments to the Trump campaign - while being questioned by the FBI at Mueller's direction, agents discovered child porn - Nader pleaded guilty to one count of possession of child porn and one count of sex trafficking of a minor with sentencing to come in April for two counts with long minimum sentences

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  • dignindignin Posts: 8,189
    CM189191 said:
    Convicts, Guilty Pleas, & Settlements - 13 people; 1 company; 39 counts of federal felonies; $50MM assets forfeited; $5.62 million fines/settlement cash collected; 301 months of prison time
    Michael Flynn - Trump National Security Advisor - guilty of 1 count of lying to the FBI about contacts he had with Russians - will be sentenced in 2020
    George Papadopoulos - Trump campaign foreign policy advisor - guilty of 1 count of lying to the FBI about contacts he had with Russians while working for the Trump campaign - sentenced to 14 days in prison - threw Trump under the bus
    Rick Gates - Trump Deputy Campaign Chairman and Manafort business partner - guilty of 1 count of lying to the FBI and 1 count of conspiracy against the United States - sentenced to 45 days in prison
    Richard Pinedo - helped some of the 13 Russians get fake IDs - guilty of 1 count of identity fraud - sentenced to 6 months in prison and 6 months of house arrest
    Alex Van Der Zwaan - lawyer and son-in-law of a Russian oligarch - guilty of 1 count of lying to the FBI about communications he had with Rick Gates - sentenced to 30 days in prison and a $20k fine - deported
    Jeffrey Yohai - Paul Manafort's former son-in-law - guilty of 2 counts of bank fraud - sentenced to 9 years in prison
    Evgeny A. Freidman - Michael Cohen's business partner (a Russian immigrant, of course) - guilty of 1 count of tax evasion - sentenced to probation along with $1 million fine and $4 million of assets forfeited
    Michael Cohen - Trump's personal attorney - guilty of 8 counts of bank fraud, tax fraud, and campaign finance violations - Also guilty of 1 count of lying to Congress about Trump's real estate business dealings in Russia during the election - Cohen directly implicates Trump - sentenced to 36 months in prison - spent a bunch of time testifying before Congress
    Paul Manafort - Trump campaign chairman - charged with all kinds of financial crimes with Russians, bank fraud, lying to the FBI, and witness tampering - had his bail revoked due to witness tampering - gave Trump's campaign internal polling data to the Russians - found guilty of 8 counts of tax fraud, hiding foreign bank accounts, and bank fraud in his first trial where he was sentenced to 47 months in prison - in advance of second trial, Manafort pleads guilty to 1 count of conspiracy against the US and 1 count of obstruction of justice where he was sentenced to an additional 73 months in prison (30 of which runs concurrent with his first sentencing, making his total prison time 90 months (7.5 years) - Manafort forfeits assets worth $46 million - Manafort blew up his cooperation agreement by lying to investigators
    Sam Patten - Associate of Manafort - worked at Cambridge Analytica where, on behalf of Russian clients, he lobbied members of Congress and the state department and wrote op/eds - guilty of 1 count of failing to register as a foreign agent - sentenced to 3 years probation
    Maria Butina - Russian gun activist honey pot working in the US and with the NRA - guilty of 1 count of acting as an unregistered agent of the Russian government - sentenced to 18 months in prison followed by deportation
    Skadden Arps - One of the world's most luxurious law firms - agreed to pay $4.6 million to Uncle Sam to settle the law firm's failure to register as a foreign agent due to the firm's work with Paul Manafort on behalf of pro-Russian elements in Ukraine.  Skadden cooperated with Mueller's investigation.
    Roger Stone - long time Trump friend who also worked on the campaign - guilty of 7 counts of lying to Congress, witness tampering, and false statements - Stone was the go-between to help WikiLeaks time the release of hacked emails in a way that benefited the  Trump campaign - the evidence leading to Stone's indictment came from a search of Russian accounts - sentenced to 40 months in prison and a $20,000 fine
    George Nader - U.A.E. adviser - cooperated with Mueller regarding payments to the Trump campaign - while being questioned by the FBI at Mueller's direction, agents discovered child porn - Nader pleaded guilty to one count of possession of child porn and one count of sex trafficking of a minor with sentencing to come in April for two counts with long minimum sentences

    Swamp drained!
  • mrussel1mrussel1 Posts: 17,233
    dignin said:
    CM189191 said:
    Convicts, Guilty Pleas, & Settlements - 13 people; 1 company; 39 counts of federal felonies; $50MM assets forfeited; $5.62 million fines/settlement cash collected; 301 months of prison time
    Michael Flynn - Trump National Security Advisor - guilty of 1 count of lying to the FBI about contacts he had with Russians - will be sentenced in 2020
    George Papadopoulos - Trump campaign foreign policy advisor - guilty of 1 count of lying to the FBI about contacts he had with Russians while working for the Trump campaign - sentenced to 14 days in prison - threw Trump under the bus
    Rick Gates - Trump Deputy Campaign Chairman and Manafort business partner - guilty of 1 count of lying to the FBI and 1 count of conspiracy against the United States - sentenced to 45 days in prison
    Richard Pinedo - helped some of the 13 Russians get fake IDs - guilty of 1 count of identity fraud - sentenced to 6 months in prison and 6 months of house arrest
    Alex Van Der Zwaan - lawyer and son-in-law of a Russian oligarch - guilty of 1 count of lying to the FBI about communications he had with Rick Gates - sentenced to 30 days in prison and a $20k fine - deported
    Jeffrey Yohai - Paul Manafort's former son-in-law - guilty of 2 counts of bank fraud - sentenced to 9 years in prison
    Evgeny A. Freidman - Michael Cohen's business partner (a Russian immigrant, of course) - guilty of 1 count of tax evasion - sentenced to probation along with $1 million fine and $4 million of assets forfeited
    Michael Cohen - Trump's personal attorney - guilty of 8 counts of bank fraud, tax fraud, and campaign finance violations - Also guilty of 1 count of lying to Congress about Trump's real estate business dealings in Russia during the election - Cohen directly implicates Trump - sentenced to 36 months in prison - spent a bunch of time testifying before Congress
    Paul Manafort - Trump campaign chairman - charged with all kinds of financial crimes with Russians, bank fraud, lying to the FBI, and witness tampering - had his bail revoked due to witness tampering - gave Trump's campaign internal polling data to the Russians - found guilty of 8 counts of tax fraud, hiding foreign bank accounts, and bank fraud in his first trial where he was sentenced to 47 months in prison - in advance of second trial, Manafort pleads guilty to 1 count of conspiracy against the US and 1 count of obstruction of justice where he was sentenced to an additional 73 months in prison (30 of which runs concurrent with his first sentencing, making his total prison time 90 months (7.5 years) - Manafort forfeits assets worth $46 million - Manafort blew up his cooperation agreement by lying to investigators
    Sam Patten - Associate of Manafort - worked at Cambridge Analytica where, on behalf of Russian clients, he lobbied members of Congress and the state department and wrote op/eds - guilty of 1 count of failing to register as a foreign agent - sentenced to 3 years probation
    Maria Butina - Russian gun activist honey pot working in the US and with the NRA - guilty of 1 count of acting as an unregistered agent of the Russian government - sentenced to 18 months in prison followed by deportation
    Skadden Arps - One of the world's most luxurious law firms - agreed to pay $4.6 million to Uncle Sam to settle the law firm's failure to register as a foreign agent due to the firm's work with Paul Manafort on behalf of pro-Russian elements in Ukraine.  Skadden cooperated with Mueller's investigation.
    Roger Stone - long time Trump friend who also worked on the campaign - guilty of 7 counts of lying to Congress, witness tampering, and false statements - Stone was the go-between to help WikiLeaks time the release of hacked emails in a way that benefited the  Trump campaign - the evidence leading to Stone's indictment came from a search of Russian accounts - sentenced to 40 months in prison and a $20,000 fine
    George Nader - U.A.E. adviser - cooperated with Mueller regarding payments to the Trump campaign - while being questioned by the FBI at Mueller's direction, agents discovered child porn - Nader pleaded guilty to one count of possession of child porn and one count of sex trafficking of a minor with sentencing to come in April for two counts with long minimum sentences

    Swamp drained!
    Swamp drained, and restocked with Trump's fish.  That's what is happening.  
  • cincybearcatcincybearcat Posts: 13,970
    mrussel1 said:
    dignin said:
    CM189191 said:
    Convicts, Guilty Pleas, & Settlements - 13 people; 1 company; 39 counts of federal felonies; $50MM assets forfeited; $5.62 million fines/settlement cash collected; 301 months of prison time
    Michael Flynn - Trump National Security Advisor - guilty of 1 count of lying to the FBI about contacts he had with Russians - will be sentenced in 2020
    George Papadopoulos - Trump campaign foreign policy advisor - guilty of 1 count of lying to the FBI about contacts he had with Russians while working for the Trump campaign - sentenced to 14 days in prison - threw Trump under the bus
    Rick Gates - Trump Deputy Campaign Chairman and Manafort business partner - guilty of 1 count of lying to the FBI and 1 count of conspiracy against the United States - sentenced to 45 days in prison
    Richard Pinedo - helped some of the 13 Russians get fake IDs - guilty of 1 count of identity fraud - sentenced to 6 months in prison and 6 months of house arrest
    Alex Van Der Zwaan - lawyer and son-in-law of a Russian oligarch - guilty of 1 count of lying to the FBI about communications he had with Rick Gates - sentenced to 30 days in prison and a $20k fine - deported
    Jeffrey Yohai - Paul Manafort's former son-in-law - guilty of 2 counts of bank fraud - sentenced to 9 years in prison
    Evgeny A. Freidman - Michael Cohen's business partner (a Russian immigrant, of course) - guilty of 1 count of tax evasion - sentenced to probation along with $1 million fine and $4 million of assets forfeited
    Michael Cohen - Trump's personal attorney - guilty of 8 counts of bank fraud, tax fraud, and campaign finance violations - Also guilty of 1 count of lying to Congress about Trump's real estate business dealings in Russia during the election - Cohen directly implicates Trump - sentenced to 36 months in prison - spent a bunch of time testifying before Congress
    Paul Manafort - Trump campaign chairman - charged with all kinds of financial crimes with Russians, bank fraud, lying to the FBI, and witness tampering - had his bail revoked due to witness tampering - gave Trump's campaign internal polling data to the Russians - found guilty of 8 counts of tax fraud, hiding foreign bank accounts, and bank fraud in his first trial where he was sentenced to 47 months in prison - in advance of second trial, Manafort pleads guilty to 1 count of conspiracy against the US and 1 count of obstruction of justice where he was sentenced to an additional 73 months in prison (30 of which runs concurrent with his first sentencing, making his total prison time 90 months (7.5 years) - Manafort forfeits assets worth $46 million - Manafort blew up his cooperation agreement by lying to investigators
    Sam Patten - Associate of Manafort - worked at Cambridge Analytica where, on behalf of Russian clients, he lobbied members of Congress and the state department and wrote op/eds - guilty of 1 count of failing to register as a foreign agent - sentenced to 3 years probation
    Maria Butina - Russian gun activist honey pot working in the US and with the NRA - guilty of 1 count of acting as an unregistered agent of the Russian government - sentenced to 18 months in prison followed by deportation
    Skadden Arps - One of the world's most luxurious law firms - agreed to pay $4.6 million to Uncle Sam to settle the law firm's failure to register as a foreign agent due to the firm's work with Paul Manafort on behalf of pro-Russian elements in Ukraine.  Skadden cooperated with Mueller's investigation.
    Roger Stone - long time Trump friend who also worked on the campaign - guilty of 7 counts of lying to Congress, witness tampering, and false statements - Stone was the go-between to help WikiLeaks time the release of hacked emails in a way that benefited the  Trump campaign - the evidence leading to Stone's indictment came from a search of Russian accounts - sentenced to 40 months in prison and a $20,000 fine
    George Nader - U.A.E. adviser - cooperated with Mueller regarding payments to the Trump campaign - while being questioned by the FBI at Mueller's direction, agents discovered child porn - Nader pleaded guilty to one count of possession of child porn and one count of sex trafficking of a minor with sentencing to come in April for two counts with long minimum sentences

    Swamp drained!
    Swamp drained, and restocked with Trump's fish.  That's what is happening.  
    Swamp is drained.  All the alligators and whatnot are visible.  They aren't hiding anything.  I don;t think that's what most decent people meant by drain the swamp.
    hippiemom = goodness
  • mrussel1mrussel1 Posts: 17,233
    mrussel1 said:
    dignin said:
    CM189191 said:
    Convicts, Guilty Pleas, & Settlements - 13 people; 1 company; 39 counts of federal felonies; $50MM assets forfeited; $5.62 million fines/settlement cash collected; 301 months of prison time
    Michael Flynn - Trump National Security Advisor - guilty of 1 count of lying to the FBI about contacts he had with Russians - will be sentenced in 2020
    George Papadopoulos - Trump campaign foreign policy advisor - guilty of 1 count of lying to the FBI about contacts he had with Russians while working for the Trump campaign - sentenced to 14 days in prison - threw Trump under the bus
    Rick Gates - Trump Deputy Campaign Chairman and Manafort business partner - guilty of 1 count of lying to the FBI and 1 count of conspiracy against the United States - sentenced to 45 days in prison
    Richard Pinedo - helped some of the 13 Russians get fake IDs - guilty of 1 count of identity fraud - sentenced to 6 months in prison and 6 months of house arrest
    Alex Van Der Zwaan - lawyer and son-in-law of a Russian oligarch - guilty of 1 count of lying to the FBI about communications he had with Rick Gates - sentenced to 30 days in prison and a $20k fine - deported
    Jeffrey Yohai - Paul Manafort's former son-in-law - guilty of 2 counts of bank fraud - sentenced to 9 years in prison
    Evgeny A. Freidman - Michael Cohen's business partner (a Russian immigrant, of course) - guilty of 1 count of tax evasion - sentenced to probation along with $1 million fine and $4 million of assets forfeited
    Michael Cohen - Trump's personal attorney - guilty of 8 counts of bank fraud, tax fraud, and campaign finance violations - Also guilty of 1 count of lying to Congress about Trump's real estate business dealings in Russia during the election - Cohen directly implicates Trump - sentenced to 36 months in prison - spent a bunch of time testifying before Congress
    Paul Manafort - Trump campaign chairman - charged with all kinds of financial crimes with Russians, bank fraud, lying to the FBI, and witness tampering - had his bail revoked due to witness tampering - gave Trump's campaign internal polling data to the Russians - found guilty of 8 counts of tax fraud, hiding foreign bank accounts, and bank fraud in his first trial where he was sentenced to 47 months in prison - in advance of second trial, Manafort pleads guilty to 1 count of conspiracy against the US and 1 count of obstruction of justice where he was sentenced to an additional 73 months in prison (30 of which runs concurrent with his first sentencing, making his total prison time 90 months (7.5 years) - Manafort forfeits assets worth $46 million - Manafort blew up his cooperation agreement by lying to investigators
    Sam Patten - Associate of Manafort - worked at Cambridge Analytica where, on behalf of Russian clients, he lobbied members of Congress and the state department and wrote op/eds - guilty of 1 count of failing to register as a foreign agent - sentenced to 3 years probation
    Maria Butina - Russian gun activist honey pot working in the US and with the NRA - guilty of 1 count of acting as an unregistered agent of the Russian government - sentenced to 18 months in prison followed by deportation
    Skadden Arps - One of the world's most luxurious law firms - agreed to pay $4.6 million to Uncle Sam to settle the law firm's failure to register as a foreign agent due to the firm's work with Paul Manafort on behalf of pro-Russian elements in Ukraine.  Skadden cooperated with Mueller's investigation.
    Roger Stone - long time Trump friend who also worked on the campaign - guilty of 7 counts of lying to Congress, witness tampering, and false statements - Stone was the go-between to help WikiLeaks time the release of hacked emails in a way that benefited the  Trump campaign - the evidence leading to Stone's indictment came from a search of Russian accounts - sentenced to 40 months in prison and a $20,000 fine
    George Nader - U.A.E. adviser - cooperated with Mueller regarding payments to the Trump campaign - while being questioned by the FBI at Mueller's direction, agents discovered child porn - Nader pleaded guilty to one count of possession of child porn and one count of sex trafficking of a minor with sentencing to come in April for two counts with long minimum sentences

    Swamp drained!
    Swamp drained, and restocked with Trump's fish.  That's what is happening.  
    Swamp is drained.  All the alligators and whatnot are visible.  They aren't hiding anything.  I don;t think that's what most decent people meant by drain the swamp.
    another good analogy.
  • Halifax2TheMaxHalifax2TheMax Posts: 23,707
    CM189191 said:
    Convicts, Guilty Pleas, & Settlements - 13 people; 1 company; 39 counts of federal felonies; $50MM assets forfeited; $5.62 million fines/settlement cash collected; 301 months of prison time
    Michael Flynn - Trump National Security Advisor - guilty of 1 count of lying to the FBI about contacts he had with Russians - will be sentenced in 2020
    George Papadopoulos - Trump campaign foreign policy advisor - guilty of 1 count of lying to the FBI about contacts he had with Russians while working for the Trump campaign - sentenced to 14 days in prison - threw Trump under the bus
    Rick Gates - Trump Deputy Campaign Chairman and Manafort business partner - guilty of 1 count of lying to the FBI and 1 count of conspiracy against the United States - sentenced to 45 days in prison
    Richard Pinedo - helped some of the 13 Russians get fake IDs - guilty of 1 count of identity fraud - sentenced to 6 months in prison and 6 months of house arrest
    Alex Van Der Zwaan - lawyer and son-in-law of a Russian oligarch - guilty of 1 count of lying to the FBI about communications he had with Rick Gates - sentenced to 30 days in prison and a $20k fine - deported
    Jeffrey Yohai - Paul Manafort's former son-in-law - guilty of 2 counts of bank fraud - sentenced to 9 years in prison
    Evgeny A. Freidman - Michael Cohen's business partner (a Russian immigrant, of course) - guilty of 1 count of tax evasion - sentenced to probation along with $1 million fine and $4 million of assets forfeited
    Michael Cohen - Trump's personal attorney - guilty of 8 counts of bank fraud, tax fraud, and campaign finance violations - Also guilty of 1 count of lying to Congress about Trump's real estate business dealings in Russia during the election - Cohen directly implicates Trump - sentenced to 36 months in prison - spent a bunch of time testifying before Congress
    Paul Manafort - Trump campaign chairman - charged with all kinds of financial crimes with Russians, bank fraud, lying to the FBI, and witness tampering - had his bail revoked due to witness tampering - gave Trump's campaign internal polling data to the Russians - found guilty of 8 counts of tax fraud, hiding foreign bank accounts, and bank fraud in his first trial where he was sentenced to 47 months in prison - in advance of second trial, Manafort pleads guilty to 1 count of conspiracy against the US and 1 count of obstruction of justice where he was sentenced to an additional 73 months in prison (30 of which runs concurrent with his first sentencing, making his total prison time 90 months (7.5 years) - Manafort forfeits assets worth $46 million - Manafort blew up his cooperation agreement by lying to investigators
    Sam Patten - Associate of Manafort - worked at Cambridge Analytica where, on behalf of Russian clients, he lobbied members of Congress and the state department and wrote op/eds - guilty of 1 count of failing to register as a foreign agent - sentenced to 3 years probation
    Maria Butina - Russian gun activist honey pot working in the US and with the NRA - guilty of 1 count of acting as an unregistered agent of the Russian government - sentenced to 18 months in prison followed by deportation
    Skadden Arps - One of the world's most luxurious law firms - agreed to pay $4.6 million to Uncle Sam to settle the law firm's failure to register as a foreign agent due to the firm's work with Paul Manafort on behalf of pro-Russian elements in Ukraine.  Skadden cooperated with Mueller's investigation.
    Roger Stone - long time Trump friend who also worked on the campaign - guilty of 7 counts of lying to Congress, witness tampering, and false statements - Stone was the go-between to help WikiLeaks time the release of hacked emails in a way that benefited the  Trump campaign - the evidence leading to Stone's indictment came from a search of Russian accounts - sentenced to 40 months in prison and a $20,000 fine
    George Nader - U.A.E. adviser - cooperated with Mueller regarding payments to the Trump campaign - while being questioned by the FBI at Mueller's direction, agents discovered child porn - Nader pleaded guilty to one count of possession of child porn and one count of sex trafficking of a minor with sentencing to come in April for two counts with long minimum sentences

    No collusion, yo!
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  • Halifax2TheMaxHalifax2TheMax Posts: 23,707
    “He’s a little different.” How do you play the over/under with statements like this?

    https://apple.news/AaZvcprTySy2u_dBtGndWjg
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  • Ledbetterman10Ledbetterman10 Posts: 13,045
    “He’s a little different.” How do you play the over/under with statements like this?

    https://apple.news/AaZvcprTySy2u_dBtGndWjg
    I'm sticking to my prediction that Trump pardons him the day after election day, whether he wins the election or not. Frankly, Stone is such a weirdo, that he's probably proud to do some time in the name of Trump knowing a pardon is coming. 
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  • mrussel1mrussel1 Posts: 17,233
    “He’s a little different.” How do you play the over/under with statements like this?

    https://apple.news/AaZvcprTySy2u_dBtGndWjg
    I'm sticking to my prediction that Trump pardons him the day after election day, whether he wins the election or not. Frankly, Stone is such a weirdo, that he's probably proud to do some time in the name of Trump knowing a pardon is coming. 
    Probably.  He once joked that he was a tri-sexual... he would try anything.  I guess prison sex will be new and exciting for a while.  
  • Halifax2TheMaxHalifax2TheMax Posts: 23,707
    mrussel1 said:
    “He’s a little different.” How do you play the over/under with statements like this?

    https://apple.news/AaZvcprTySy2u_dBtGndWjg
    I'm sticking to my prediction that Trump pardons him the day after election day, whether he wins the election or not. Frankly, Stone is such a weirdo, that he's probably proud to do some time in the name of Trump knowing a pardon is coming. 
    Probably.  He once joked that he was a tri-sexual... he would try anything.  I guess prison sex will be new and exciting for a while.  
    That and the tattoo of Team Trump Treason that he’ll get on his chest while sipping pruno.
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  • mickeyratmickeyrat Posts: 17,859
    appeal will drag out...
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  • mrussel1mrussel1 Posts: 17,233
    mrussel1 said:
    “He’s a little different.” How do you play the over/under with statements like this?

    https://apple.news/AaZvcprTySy2u_dBtGndWjg
    I'm sticking to my prediction that Trump pardons him the day after election day, whether he wins the election or not. Frankly, Stone is such a weirdo, that he's probably proud to do some time in the name of Trump knowing a pardon is coming. 
    Probably.  He once joked that he was a tri-sexual... he would try anything.  I guess prison sex will be new and exciting for a while.  
    That and the tattoo of Team Trump Treason that he’ll get on his chest while sipping pruno.
    What's pruno?  Is that jailhouse toilet wine or something?
  • mickeyratmickeyrat Posts: 17,859
    mrussel1 said:
    mrussel1 said:
    “He’s a little different.” How do you play the over/under with statements like this?

    https://apple.news/AaZvcprTySy2u_dBtGndWjg
    I'm sticking to my prediction that Trump pardons him the day after election day, whether he wins the election or not. Frankly, Stone is such a weirdo, that he's probably proud to do some time in the name of Trump knowing a pardon is coming. 
    Probably.  He once joked that he was a tri-sexual... he would try anything.  I guess prison sex will be new and exciting for a while.  
    That and the tattoo of Team Trump Treason that he’ll get on his chest while sipping pruno.
    What's pruno?  Is that jailhouse toilet wine or something?
    yes. had to look it up.


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  • mickeyratmickeyrat Posts: 17,859
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  • ikiTikiT USAPosts: 9,028
    No collusion 
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  • josevolutionjosevolution Posts: 23,180
    https://apple.news/Arib5I9KmSYGljmyOFcXDWw
    for what is worth even though everyone knows he’s been welcoming their assistance since day 1, yet the worthless republicans will do zero to push back on the idiot in chief!
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  • mickeyratmickeyrat Posts: 17,859
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  • mickeyratmickeyrat Posts: 17,859
      Rohrabacher confirms he offered Trump pardon to Assange for proof Russia didn't hack DNC email
    https://news.yahoo.com/rohrabacher-confirms-he-offered-trump-pardon-to-assange-for-proof-russia-didnt-hack-dnc-email-131438007.html

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  • josevolutionjosevolution Posts: 23,180
    mickeyrat said:
      Rohrabacher confirms he offered Trump pardon to Assange for proof Russia didn't hack DNC email
    https://news.yahoo.com/rohrabacher-confirms-he-offered-trump-pardon-to-assange-for-proof-russia-didnt-hack-dnc-email-131438007.html

    4 yrs and counting and they still are trying to disprove what every intelligence agency has concluded, Russia manipulated our elections & they will again and 47% of Americans will welcome it as long as the idiot in chief wins!
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  • mickeyratmickeyrat Posts: 17,859
      Trump Stews Over McCabe But Is Wary of Driving Barr to Resign
    https://news.yahoo.com/trump-stews-over-mccabe-wary-230814436.html

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  • josevolutionjosevolution Posts: 23,180
    https://apple.news/AYptk_pP0TImRvABO0Up90Q
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  • 23scidoo23scidoo Thessaloniki,GreecePosts: 13,561
    I love him!!..you are so lucky!!


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  • mickeyratmickeyrat Posts: 17,859
    23scidoo said:
    I love him!!..you are so lucky!!


    do you want him? you can have him....
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