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  • The Only Crimes Are Political Now

    06/13/2024 6:45:37 AM PDT · by SJackson · 25 replies
    Frontpagemagazine ^ | June 13, 2024 | Daniel Greenfield
    Supporting Hamas isn’t a crime in D.C., but being a Republican is. On Wednesday, three teens were arrested for riding e-scooters over an LGBTQ ‘Pride’ mural painted on a crosswalk in Spokane, Washington. One of the teens was charged with a first degree felony and bail was set at $15,000.On Saturday, in another Washington thousands of miles away, Hamas supporters rioted near the White House. They threw bottles at a park ranger and vandalized national monuments with graffiti reading “Death to America”. Islamic terrorist supporters waved banners and held up signs in support of Hamas. One man in a Hamas...
  • BREAKING: NY Judge Merchan Informs Lawyers of ‘My Cousin is a Juror, Trump is Getting Convicted’ Facebook Post Left on NY Court Page, Pre-Verdict.

    06/07/2024 2:11:07 PM PDT · by rxsid · 155 replies
    https://thenationalpulse.com ^ | 06.07.2024 | thenationalpulse
    BREAKING: NY Judge Merchan Informs Lawyers of ‘My Cousin is a Juror, Trump is Getting Convicted’ Facebook Post Left on NY Court Page, Pre-Verdict.In a new development in Trump’s Manhattan “hush money” case, Justice Merchan has communicated to the involved parties about an incident involving a comment left on the court system’s Facebook page. The comment, left on May 29, one day prior to Trump’s conviction, reads: “My cousin is a juror and says Trump is getting convicted 🎉 Thank you folks for all your hard work!!!! ❤️”The fact that the judge has written to the involved parties may indicate...
  • No, President Trump is Not a “Convicted Felon” — Triable Federal Issues Abound in the Sham Bragg Verdict that Demands the Supreme Court Swiftly Intervene and Correct this Grave Injustice

    06/06/2024 2:32:12 PM PDT · by bitt · 20 replies
    https://www.thegatewaypundit.com ^ | 6/6/2024 | Paul Ingrassia
    For a variety of reasons, the United States Supreme Court has a constitutional obligation to take up President Trump’s criminal case following his unlawful conviction in New York state court. First and foremost, federal issues permeate this case. While it was never a case that should have been brought in any court in the first place, this case especially should not have been brought in state court, where jurisdiction patently does not exist. The driving legal issue was purportedly a campaign finance law violation which fell within the gamut of the Federal Election Commission. Bragg flimsily paired that charge with...
  • Behind the Curtain: MAGA's jail plan

    06/05/2024 7:37:16 AM PDT · by Red Badger · 29 replies
    Axios ^ | June 05, 2024 | Mike Allen , Jim VandeHei
    If former President Trump wins in November, top supporters will push him to investigate, prosecute — and even try to imprison — Manhattan District Attorney Alvin Bragg (D), who won Trump's conviction in the hush-money case. "Of course [Bragg] should be — and will be — jailed," Steve Bannon, one of the top voices of the MAGA movement, told us — saying for the record what many Trump supporters are privately plotting. Why it matters: This column has reported extensively about all the norms Trump plans to shatter if returned to the White House. Nowhere would that be truer than...
  • America Has Its First Show Trial

    06/05/2024 6:02:59 AM PDT · by Heartlander · 17 replies
    American Greatness ^ | June 5, 2024 | Dennis Prager
    America Has Its First Show TrialYou don't have to be a Trump supporter to recognize the trial was a sham.To understand the damage done by Manhattan District Attorney Alvin Bragg, Judge Juan Merchan, and the Manhattan jury in the Donald Trump corporate records trial, one must first understand the most important rule of modern life: Everything the left touches, it destroys.The Justice Department and the American legal system are only the most immediate examples.Here are 25 other examples:1. Universities. 2. High schools. 3. Elementary schools. 4. Children’s innocence. 5. Marriage and family. 6. Children who say they are the other...
  • No Justice and No Peace for Persecuted Trump

    06/04/2024 5:29:35 AM PDT · by SJackson · 6 replies
    Frontpagemagazine ^ | June 4, 2024 | Jeff Crouere
    Last Thursday, in a courtroom in Manhattan that voted against him 88-12% in 2020, a jury, heavily persuaded by a judge, who contributed to Joe Biden in 2020, convicted President Donald Trump on 34 counts of falsification of business records.The case concerns payments that were made to former Trump attorney Michael Cohen in 2017. Cohen claimed the payments were reimbursement for a $130,000 payment to adult film star Stormy Daniels to ensure her silence about an alleged sexual encounter with President Trump.Trump contended that he never had a sexual liaison with Daniels and that there was nothing illegal about his...
  • ‘How Dare You?’: Ana Navarro Accuses Rubio of Referencing Fidel Castro to Suck Up to Trump

    06/03/2024 11:38:17 AM PDT · by ChicagoConservative27 · 30 replies
    Breitbart ^ | 06/03/2024 | Pam Key
    Ana Navarro told her co-hosts Monday on ABC’s “The View” that Sen. Marco Rubio (R-FL) is using the struggle of Cubans during the communist regime of Fidel Castro to suck up to former President Donald Trump. On Fox News, Rubio said, “This is the quintessential show trial. This is what you see in communist countries. This is what I grew up having people in this community tell me about that happened in the days of the Castro revolutions. Obvious those led to executions, and this on the other hand is an effort to interfere in an election.” Navarro said, “How...
  • Trump Conviction May Be Death Knell For Vulnerable Senate Dems

    06/03/2024 6:47:28 AM PDT · by MtnClimber · 29 replies
    AMAC Newsline ^ | 2 June, 2024 | BC Brutus
    Former President Donald Trump’s conviction in a Manhattan courtroom last week may well spell electoral disaster for vulnerable Senate Democrats who have not only tacitly endorsed the lawfare against Trump, but also embraced every other aspect of the left’s assault on democracy and key American institutions. Five months out from Election Day, the legal persecution of Trump has now become the dominant political storyline. This development represents a potential disaster for endangered incumbents Sherrod Brown in Ohio, Jon Tester in Montana, Jacky Rosen in Nevada, and Bob Casey in Pennsylvania. None of these Democrats has lifted a finger as Biden’s...
  • James Comey says a Trump incarceration is ‘obviously doable’

    06/02/2024 7:19:53 PM PDT · by ChicagoConservative27 · 42 replies
    The Hill ^ | 06/02/2024 | Sarah Fortinsky
    Former FBI Director James Comey said Sunday he thinks imprisoning former President Trump is “obviously doable,” despite some logistic hurdles. In an interview on “Inside with Jen Psaki” on Sunday, Comey was asked about some of the public’s concerns about the logistical challenges that may arise if law enforcement institutions try to imprison Trump — who was convicted this past week on 34 felony counts of falsifying false business records to cover up a scheme to conceal potentially damaging information before the 2016 presidential election.
  • The Trumped Up Conviction and its Consequences

    06/02/2024 4:25:03 AM PDT · by MtnClimber · 38 replies
    American Thinker ^ | 2 Jun, 2024 | Clarice Feldman
    Some years ago, I was trying a denaturalization case of someone who aided the Nazis. As an aside, the judge mentioned that his dad had been distraught upon hearing of the Hitler-Stalin pact because he knew it meant there would be a world war. I felt much the same upon reading of the verdict in the New York case against President Trump. There have been a number of fine analyses of the case itself, and I have chosen one which I discuss below for its clarity, but I’m concentrating today on the aftermath of this ill-conceived political hit job. Destabilizing...
  • Prosecutors Got Trump — But They Contorted the Law

    05/31/2024 7:19:34 PM PDT · by lowbridge · 17 replies
    nymag.com ^ | May 31, 2024 | Elie Honig
    The judge donated money — a tiny amount, $35, but in plain violation of a rule prohibiting New York judges from making political donations of any kind — to a pro-Biden, anti-Trump political operation, including funds that the judge earmarked for “resisting the Republican Party and Donald Trump’s radical right-wing legacy.” -snip Most importantly, the DA’s charges against Trump push the outer boundaries of the law and due process. That’s not on the jury. That’s on the prosecutors who chose to bring the case and the judge who let it play out as it did. -snip But when you impose...
  • A prosecution so crooked it would make Joseph Stalin blush! ALAN DERSHOWITZ reveals the exact courtroom moment he knew Trump was doomed to a guilty verdict

    05/31/2024 11:14:37 AM PDT · by knighthawk · 45 replies
    UK Daily Mail ^ | May 31 2024 | ALAN DERSHOWITZ
    Long before Donald Trump's hush-money trial concluded, I predicted that his conviction was a forgone conclusion – despite the obvious weakness of the case against him. Had the prosecution been brought in another part of the country, or even in another part of New York State, which was more fairly balanced with anti and pro-Trump voters, I am in little doubt that the outcome would have been different. But instead, on Thursday, Trump became the first former president to be found guilty of a crime – convicted on all 34 flimsy counts of 'falsifying business records.'
  • 'FIXED'—Judge Merchan Gave the NYC Jury a 55 Page Road Map to Find Trump Guilty

    05/30/2024 10:34:45 AM PDT · by SeekAndFind · 27 replies
    PJ Media ^ | 05/30/2024 | Victoria Taft
    If the five-woman, seven-man jury doesn't find Donald Trump guilty of the alleged bookkeeping mistakes, it will be a miracle. This is because the 55-page final jury instructions that attorneys saw only moments before the judge read them in court on Wednesday is a "directed verdict" to Trump's guilt. That's it. That's why an uncharacteristically somber Trump announced that even "Mother Teresa couldn't beat these charges." See his comments below. The "fix is in," as one notable former U.S. attorney decreed. "This is most corrupt judicial proceeding in the history of the United States," former District of Columbia U.S. Attorney...
  • Criminal Convictions and the Presidency

    05/31/2024 4:15:44 AM PDT · by MtnClimber · 10 replies
    American Thinker ^ | 31 May, 2024 | Ben Voth
    Pursuing political prosecutions of candidates in order to interfere with an election is dangerous and likely to boomerang rhetorically upon those seeking their own ends in this abuse of power. On Thursday May 30, a New York court led by Judge Juan Merchan convicted a U.S. President of 34 felony counts. Trump was not the first President to be arrested -- that honor belongs to Ulysses S. Grant when he was arrested in 1872 by a black police officer for speeding his horse and buggy through the streets of D.C. Trump is not the first Presidential candidate to be convicted...
  • Live thread [05/29/2024]: Trump show trial in New York, brought to you by Obama-Biden operative Matt Colangelo; post comments here

    05/29/2024 6:36:12 AM PDT · by Sidebar Moderator · 222 replies
    Andrew Giuliani ^ | Sidebar Mod
    Prosecution closing arguments went on for hours and hours and hours. This must have irritated the heck out of the jury. Not a sign of confidence in their case. Jury instructions begin at 10 am ET. Thoughts?
  • The Most Dangerous Day in the History of Our Country in Our Lifetimes

    05/30/2024 5:37:37 PM PDT · by Rummyfan · 35 replies
    John Lucas Substack ^ | 30 May 2024 | John Lucas
    "I can play the game; just tell me the rules."As the world now knows, former President Trump was convicted today of 34 criminal charges. It was a shameless political verdict shaped by an unscrupulous prosecutor, aided by a corrupt and incompetent judge, and rendered by a jury that supposedly considered six weeks of testimony and 55 pages of complex jury instructions, and then deliberated for one day. These are small minds, who do not give a flying fig leaf for the good of the Country. They and those gleefully cheering the result do not care about the damage that they...
  • Breaking: Verdict Reached in NYC trial [Guilty on all 34 Counts]

    05/30/2024 1:41:36 PM PDT · by DCBryan1 · 754 replies
    Fox news breaking ^ | 30 MAY 24 | Fox News Live
    Verdict in.
  • "Coffee and a Mike" with Jason Goodman | JOINT TERRORISM TASK FORCE [Great overview of the Trump Trial in NYC and the lawfare being used]

    05/29/2024 4:13:24 AM PDT · by MtnClimber · 7 replies
    Rumble ^ | 28 May, 2024 | Mike Farris
    Jason Goodman is an independent journalist and host of the show Crowd Source the Truth. He comes on to discuss covering the Trump trial in NYC, the lawfare occurring, his video that went viral with Norm Eisen and much more. I am watching for a second time this morning and taking notes. Jason is a really good investigative journalist and the government has gone after him too.
  • Live thread [05/28/2024]: Trump show trial in New York, brought to you by Obama-Biden operative Matt Colangelo; post comments here

    05/28/2024 6:20:40 AM PDT · by Sidebar Moderator · 385 replies
    Andrew Giuliani ^ | Sidebar Mod
    Closing arguments. Your thoughts?
  • Why the Absurd Alito Flag Controversy is a Good Sign

    05/28/2024 7:26:34 AM PDT · by MtnClimber · 8 replies
    Declassified with Julie Kelly ^ | 28 May, 2024 | Julie Kelly
    Take heart, dear reader. While it is excruciating to endure the latest political crisis manufactured by Democrats and the leftwing news media, I advise a different approach. Smile. Laugh. Cackle like Kamala. Why? The absurd flag-flying scandal, undoubtedly annoying to Justice Samuel Alito and his family, is all the proof we need that decisions pending at the U.S. Supreme Court will not go the Democrats’ way. And it is killing them to the point of debasement and emotional immolation. Yay! Two critical questions before the court will determine whether Donald Trump faces trial in Washington, D.C. this year on Special...