World Politics, Good Or Bad

Don’t know if this is a good thing or not, we shall see

Honestly, I would have let his case go, but if the evidence is strong, you have to start somewhere

New York grand jury votes to indict Trump in hush money case: live updates

A New York grand jury investigating President Donald Trump’s role in a hush money payment made to porn star Stormy Daniels voted to indict the former president on Thursday, according to multiple reports and Trump’s lawyer.

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Is hush money really a crime, regardless of the situation. I Paid off a lot of women to leave :point_left:

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MPGA - Make Prison Great Again!

But this hat will need to be orange to match his jumpsuit.


Funny, but I can’t see jail / Prison time for something like this


One of the reasons I don’t like this network is that they constantly try to incite violence that can harm or kill people.

Enraged Fox News Host Warns After Trump Indictment: ‘People Better Be Careful’

On the heels of the historic indictment of former President Donald Trump on Thursday, an enraged Fox News host Jesse Watters went on a rant seemingly warning of impending political violence.

The Fox host branded the indictment, which was announced during the latter half of The Five broadcast, “the stupidest thing I’ve ever seen” and a “disgrace” before seemingly threatening future violence.

“There’s going to be a major ‘rally around the flag’ feeling. I’m starting to feel it right now. I’m angry about it. I don’t like it. This county is not going to stand for it,” Watters warned. “And people better be careful. And that’s all I’ll say about that.”

Watters’ fury came as he repeatedly floated the unfounded claim that the Biden White House directly coordinated with Manhattan District Attorney Alvin Bragg on the indictment and its timing—despite the indictment’s recommendation coming from a grand jury.

My guess is that they are going to put Trump in cuffs and put him straight into prison with no bond.

They can do it because they own the kangaroo courts.

Trump 2020

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Trump 2020 or 2024?

Is it really just hush money?

Sources familiar with the sealed indictment of former President Donald Trump say he is facing more than 30 counts.

I have no evidence, but I’m pretty sure this is just a ploy from Democrats to stop him from becoming President again.

If Dems were willing to stage an attack on Capitol Hill, they’re willing to do anything.


The people who was there was willing to do anything, there fault

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Apparently, Stormy Daniels has provided an affidavit confirming Trumpsters claim that they never got down and dirty… Conveniently… This has not been revealed by the lame-stream mediosa

The current administration has been continually clutching at straws in their attempt to side line Trump, with this distraction another scorching outbreak of TDS…

  • Russian Collusion - Fail

  • Impeachment attempt One - Fail

  • Impeachment attempt Two - Fail

  • Top Secret Documents - Fail

  • January 6th Riots - Fail

With the absolute inability of the Biden led shiteshow unable to read a room… They have turned the Donald into somewhat of a Martyr… With his 2024 campaign donations from rank and file supporters surging…



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This is amazing!


maybe more “amusing” than “amazing”?!

both sides saw it coming, and said so pretty clearly

and now legal experts (also on both sides) seem to be saying that there’s almost no possibility at all of a prison sentence arising from these charges, and that it’s only the ever-increasing prospect of other, future charges for other offenses that have Trump and his lawyers scared


In light of this, we are left to wonder what his encounter with porn star Stormy Daniels was all about?

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The opposition are gonna come at him hard. Including members of his own party. He’s not a 100% business-as-usual type of politician.

There’s so much red tape around getting access to the President, and people who controlled that access used to charge and make money from that.

Trump, instead, gave his direct phone number to various people, hence cutting some people out. There are several ways he disrupted things for the good of the country.

Politicians on both sides don’t like him. All of this is the tip of the iceberg. It’s gonna be bananas. B-a-nanas.

If he wins, it’ll possibly be the greatest political triumph in the last 50 years in America. It’ll be one of the best can’t-be-stopped stories since Dr Martin Luther King, Jr.


The bullet stopped MLK, I’m just stating the facts

A little something to lighting the mood, this is funny

151 years before Trump was indicted, Ulysses S. Grant was arrested for speeding on a horse-drawn carriage

Trump may be the first former president to face criminal charges, but he isn’t the first president to have a run-in with the law, according to Insider. President Ulysses S. Grant was arrested in 1872 for speeding on his horse-drawn carriage in Washington, D.C., after ignoring a warning from a police officer a day earlier.

Grant apparently looked like a “schoolboy who had been caught in a guilty act by a teacher,” the officer reportedly said in his account of the incident, saying he told Grant: “I cautioned you yesterday, Mr. President, about fast driving, and you said, sir, that it would not occur again … I am very sorry, Mr. President, to have to do it, for you are the chief of the nation, and I am nothing but a policeman, but duty is duty, sir, and I will have to place you under arrest.”

Insider says that “officers at the station were reportedly unsure if they could charge a sitting president if he’d not been impeached.” In the end, the president paid a $20 bond but didn’t show up to court.

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JFK, also

very big “if”, though?

might there be a groundswell of opinion, even among some Republicans - that it’s maybe not the best of plans to have a President who breaks the law so openly? i don’t know …

they seemed perhaps to think so when they got rid of Nixon, but hey, perhaps that’s ancient history now? :slight_smile:


How can I forget about JFK, There was also Ronald Reagan assassination attempt and a few other presidents.

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