World Politics, Good Or Bad

Well, in that case…


I gave my opinion on the hush money thing, but i would love to see all 30 counts in this case

There must be more to the story than hush money, if not, they should have just let it go.

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When I say this, I’m not referring to comments that make his fans even more angry than they already are.

He lives on his words, now he needs proof.

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i don’t think “hush money” is illegal anyway, is it?

i think the problem might be that if it goes through the books as “legal expenses”, there might be a question of fraudulent accounting involved?

but if, as you say, there are 30 charges, probably there’s more to it than just that?

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you don’t get 30 accounts for hush money, there is more to the story, maybe the so called lame-stream media is keeping that quiet as well :point_left:


Trump to be arraigned Tuesday to face hush money indictment

NEW YORK (AP) — Former President Donald Trump will be arraigned Tuesday after his indictment in Manhattan, his formal surrender and arrest presenting the historic, shocking scene of a former U.S. commander in chief forced to stand before a judge.

Court officials confirmed the timing on Friday. When Trump turns himself in, he’ll be booked mostly like anyone else facing charges, mugshot and all. But he isn’t expected to be put in handcuffs, he’ll have Secret Service protection and will almost certainly be released that day.

As Trump and his lawyers prepared for his defense, the prosecutor in his hush money case defended the grand jury investigation that propelled him toward trial while congressional Republicans painted it all as politically motivated.

“We urge you to refrain from these inflammatory accusations, withdraw your demand for information, and let the criminal justice process proceed without unlawful political interference,” Manhattan District Attorney Alvin Bragg wrote to three Republican House committee chairs Friday in a letter obtained by The Associated Press.

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A joke? Really

Lindsey Graham says Trump should ‘smash some windows’ and ‘punch a cop’ on his way to being booked

  • Sen. Lindsey Graham joked that Trump should “punch a cop” on his way to being booked in Manhattan.
  • He said that Trump would then “avoid prosecution” and be “released IMMEDIATELY!”
  • It was an apparent joke about DA Alvin Bragg’s criminal justice-focused policies.

Republican Sen. Lindsey Graham of South Carolina says he’s got a plan to keep former President Donald Trump from being prosecuted after being indicted by a grand jury in Manhattan on Thursday — assaulting a police officer and engaging in robbery.

“How can President Trump avoid prosecution in New York?,” asked Graham on Twitter. “On the way to the DA’s office on Tuesday, Trump should smash some windows, rob a few shops and punch a cop.”

The senator added: “He would be released IMMEDIATELY!”

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I’m against any charge for hush money, rich individuals either pay ladies to stay silent or pay them to disappear or both

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Perfect example of this, is tiger woods

A superyacht named “Privacy” and an NDA for his personal chef: Tiger Woods longtime obsession with keeping his life private

Tiger Woods’s ex-girlfriend Erica Herman claims he evicted and abused her, but she has an NDA- Non Disclosure Agreement

Woods’s desire for privacy has come up in tabloids, court filings, even the name of his yacht.

A new law invalidating NDAs that prevent speaking about sexual abuse could pierce Woods’s privacy.

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Mr Trump will most likely be arrested and placed in jail on no bond, this is done at the discretion of the judge.

This is sad because I mean we watched video of Hunter Biden smoking crack with prostitutes and we’ve watched video of Joe Biden using his influence to make payoffs to get paid etc.

The system is corrupted and the economy is crumbling.

When it all crashes down it’s game over

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That’s not going to happen

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D.C.'s Mayor Was Arrested for Smoking Crack

After a six-month stint in federal prison, Barry—the “mayor for life” who served from 1979 to 1991—returned briefly to the private life. But in 1994 he was again elected by city residents to a four-year term as mayor. Barry is now a member of the city council.

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We are now forming a One world government. The internet has caused this, because now we are able to do business between nations and we are able to commit international crimes where we are untouchable as criminals.

Our new government will be NATO and the world economic forum.

There are laws being passed right now that will cause you to be prosecuted criminally for saying something that is not allowed on the internet.

are you? good luck with that

you couldn’t, before? others seemed to be able to …

most countries have had laws for decades that already cover that - fortunately for those of us not so keen on people promoting terrorism, inciting racial hatred, and other similar things

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No you could not do that before. Prior to the internet it cost you $15 or $20 per hour to call someone that was 200 miles down the road, but now I can have full motion video calls with someone anywhere in the world and all I need is an internet connection at the web Cafe.

In the past I couldn’t send money around the world unless it cost me a lot to do it, but now I can send $1,000 or $10,000 to someone on the other side of the planet and it cost me very little. I can also transfer bitcoins to anyone in the world and it cost me slivers of pennies.

I understand you’re being a smart aleck when you say that I am creating a one world order but it is not me that is forming a one world order the one world order is formed because we are in a global marketplace right now.

100 years ago it wasn’t even possible to communicate instantaneously with someone on the other side of the planet you had to send them a letter and it had to be transported by ship which would take months or at least weeks.

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As you said no, you explained that you could have done it before but it cost you, making it too expensive for you

Freedom of speech does not mean freedom of consequences

The First Amendment protects individuals and allows freedom of speech, religion, assembly, press and the right to petition. However, the right to freedom of speech has fallen under scrutiny lately because some individuals believe that freedom of speech means they can say whatever they want to without having to endure consequences. Freedom of speech does not exempt us from suffering consequences on the basis of something we say.

Everyone is entitled to be able to voice their own opinions, ideas and views without interference from the government. However, once statements that are voiced condone some form of discrimination, racism, homophobia, etc., at that point one cannot expect people to not voice their opinions back or call out these individuals for their negative comments. Individuals are also free to voice their comments on any social media platform but they should also expect that they may face possible backlash if the comments that are made are derogatory, racist, etc.

Individuals also have to understand that regardless of having the right to freedom of speech, there are limitations to what can be said. For example, we cannot yell “fire” in a crowded area like a sporting event or movie theatre because that word is inciting chaos that can lead to someone being injured. If someone were to yell “fire” without there being an actual fire they will face consequences through law enforcement.,they%20want%20to%20without%20having%20to%20endure%20consequences.

Given that he has never won the popular vote, don’t be surprised if he becomes the next president.

Post-indictment poll: Trump surges to largest-ever lead over DeSantis

A new Yahoo News/YouGov poll — one of the first conducted after former President Donald Trump was indicted Thursday for his role in paying hush money to a porn star — shows Trump surging to his largest-ever lead over Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis, his likely 2024 GOP primary challenger, as Republican voters rally around the only president in U.S. history to face criminal charges.

In the previous Yahoo News/YouGov survey, which was conducted less than two weeks ago, Trump (47%) led DeSantis (39%) by eight percentage points in a head-to-head matchup among registered voters who are Republicans or Republican-leaning independents. As recently as February, it was DeSantis who was narrowly ahead of Trump, 45% to 41%.

But the new, post-indictment poll suddenly finds Trump lapping DeSantis by 26 percentage points — 57% to 31% — in a one-on-one contest. The former president even attracts majority support (52%, up from 44% previously) when pitted against a wider, 10-candidate field of declared and potential GOP challengers, while DeSantis plummets to 21% (down from 28%).

No one else cracks double digits.

Its no surprise any US President could have been indicted and certainly were accused, with evidence, of criminal acts - Roosevelt, Harding, Nixon, Clinton.
Maybe Ford, for pardoning Nixon.
Maybe more?

Its great to see that the indictment confirms nobody is above the law. Many democratising states over the years have just not got this.

Hunter Biden is on film smoking crack with prostitutes and his father is on video pushing pressure to fire prosecutors or they don’t get the billion dollars and both of those are crimes so I think the Biden administration is above the law.

Nancy pelosi came on TV couple days ago and said that Mr Trump would have his chance to prove his innocence but that is exactly the opposite of what our system is supposed to be.

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