Skip to comments.BOOM!! TRUMP DOES IT AGAIN!! Pulls a DONALD on the “Club for Growth”!
Posted on 09/07/2015 5:39:18 AM PDT by cotton1706
Early on today El Trumpo discovered that the Club for Growth was planning to hit him with some Donald-denying commercials:
Donald J. Trump @realDonaldTrump The phony Club For Growth, which asked me in writing for $1,000,000 (I said no), is now wanting to do negative ads on me. Total hypocrites!
And so, he did what the Donald always does:
Donald J. Trump @realDonaldTrump .@club4growth should release the letter they sent me asking for $1,000,000. When I said no, they came out against me. A scam operation?
Yikes!! Luckily for them, they wouldnt provide the letter, because that would be terribly embarrassing for
. oh wait.. uh oh
(Excerpt) Read more at therightscoop.com ...
The Club for Growth is a total pro-Amnesty scam operation!
Like a protective lambs wool above, everyone who wishes harm upon him is instead themselves swiftly destoyed..!
Its like God WANTS him to win.
Club for Growth mafia.
This, younger ones, is why one should keep paper copies of EVERYTHING you might like to have in the future.
When are they going to figure out that Trump keeps everything? He’s been doing this type of “stunt” for 40 years but these hayseeds never learn. I’m embarrassed for them!
Indeed. It would appear that one of Trump’s wisest investments over the years has been in filing cabinets.
“This, younger ones, is why one should keep paper copies of EVERYTHING you might like to have in the future.”
For those of us who work in business (like Trump), this is normal procedure! I’ve gotten myself out of lots of trouble and have resolved numerous problems by keeping all backup!
<><> L/E needs to examine Club for Growth bank accounts.
<><> Joint bank accounts might be used to facilitate the transfer of funds from one account to another, and/or wire-transferred offshore;
<><> fake invoices might be created to show that money deposited into official accounts was being used for legitimate purposes.
<><> Financial schemes scheme might be advanced by issuing phony statements of payments from financial sources that covered-up the transfer of funds to the Club for Growth, for insiders' personal use, and/or for redistribution schemes.
NOTE WELL Under the Bank Secrecy Act, banks are required to establish, implement and maintain programs designed to detect and report suspicious activity indicative of money laundering and other financial crimes. The Bank Secrecy Act was enacted to protect the public from harm by identifying and detecting money laundering from criminal enterprises, terrorism, tax evasion or other unlawful activities, the special agent in charge for Internal Revenue Service Criminal Investigation, explained.
Shady banking transactions could be prosecuted under the (1) Bank Secrecy ACT, (2) RICO, and, (3) the Hobbs Act.
<><> L/E should get ahold of: (1) copies of Club for Growth checks, (2) wire transfers, (3) account statements, (4) invoices, (5) bills, (6) delivery tickets, (7) correspondence including snail mail, e-mail, mobile devices, cell phones, (8) contracts, (9) loan agreements, (10) other account books or official records.
L/E should also explore (a) monies Club for Growth paid to brokers, sub-brokers, (b) family members, (c) mortgage brokers, (d) financial managers, and, (e) real estate agents, brokers, and developers.
<><> L/E should scrutinize bank accounts for suspicious activites: (A) large deposits, (B) funds transferred from one account into another, (C) frequent requests for withdrawals.
So how much did Bush have to give them to run the anti Trump ads?
Bloggers who start a blog with “Boom” are gay. Just my opinion.
Isn’t this what they call “protection money”?
He’s not playing by the rules. And that’s a good thing.
So this Club for Growth attempted to solicit a $1,000,000 donation from Donald Trump.
When Trump refused, this same organization is now running an anti-Trump ad campaign?
So basically this organization is "shaking down" rich Republicans, which makes them no different than the Jesse Jacksons and Al Sharptons of the world: "If you don't pay, we will make you pay another way."
Do I have this right? Was the Club for Growth attempting to extort Donald Trump? If Trump ponied up the million dollars, would the anti-Trump ad campaign not be happening? If not, please show me where I am wrong in my analysis.
How many of these professional political advisors, groups, and polling outfits are nothing more than protection rackets? "Wes would hates to see somethin' bad happen to yous bindness."
Sounds like they were seeking extortion money. Any relationshio to J Robinson Jackson?
Even if you don’t support Trump you have to love the fact that he is destroying the republican elite.
[Bloggers who start a blog with Boom are gay. Just my opinion.]
Would “SIS BOOM BAH” be any better? Just trying to help out.
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