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Trump adviser Roger Stone, self-proclaimed 'dirty trickster,' guilty on all charges

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2 minutes ago, Mavideol said:

he's not too worried as he knows Trump will try to keep him out of trouble, Trump has to do it because he's afraid Stone will spill the beans for a good deal with  the prosecution

It's extremely likely that once the next presidential elections are over and done with, Stone will be pardoned along with Manafort et alii. And given the length of time Stone will take to appeal, it's dubious that he'll even spend one day in prison.

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15 minutes ago, bristolboy said:

It's extremely likely that once the next presidential elections are over and done with, Stone will be pardoned along with Manafort et alii. And given the length of time Stone will take to appeal, it's dubious that he'll even spend one day in prison.

In a strange way, I hope he pardon all those crooks and send the message
that crime and dishonesty are okay as long as they are in the service of the White House. That will hurt him in the eyes of the general public and also his party. Even surrogate Lindsey had said that pardoning Manafort will be a bridge too far. Susan Collin had even stronger words of caution. 

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9 hours ago, tifino said:

Demos see Trump and his tiweets, as a domestic version of Julian Assange exposes !  

Rubbish.... Assanges exposes bear little resemblance to the trumps ranting and abusive daily lies.... and that’s being generous. 

 

 

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2 hours ago, mrmicbkktxl said:

When I look at Trumps presidency it reminds me all  of some mafia movies

 

Here’s Why Roger Stone’s Trial Jury Can’t Watch ‘The Godfather’

 

A federal judge presiding over Roger Stone’s trial told jurors Thursday they aren’t allowed to watch The Godfather, after Stone allegedly told a middleman to mimic one of the film’s characters and lie to Congress about contacting Wikileaks’ Julian Assange during the 2016 presidential race.

 

During the 2016 race, Stone allegedly texted the middleman, radio host and comedian Randy Credico, to “do a Frank Pentangeli,” a reference to a character in The Godfather: Part II that meant Stone wanted Credico to change his own testimony before Congress.

 

https://www.forbes.com/sites/lisettevoytko/2019/11/08/heres-why-roger-stones-trial-jury-cant-watch-the-godfather/#4bcecd175cad

 

 

 

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8 hours ago, Puchaiyank said:

It should concern all fair-minded people that justice under the American rule of law system is neither blind nor distributed evenly among its citizens...

 

Not defending any Republicans...but am wondering how Dems keep their bad actors out of jail...

 

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Long list of corrupt Dems...most of whom did time.

 

https://www.ranker.com/list/corrupt-democrats/lstone

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16 hours ago, Grumpy John said:

Sad to see such an interesting and intelligent man being railroaded by the corrupt Democraps.

By a judge, maybe intelligent for your standards but others think other wise.

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10 hours ago, Eric Loh said:

In a strange way, I hope he pardon all those crooks and send the message
that crime and dishonesty are okay as long as they are in the service of the White House. That will hurt him in the eyes of the general public and also his party. Even surrogate Lindsey had said that pardoning Manafort will be a bridge too far. Susan Collin had even stronger words of caution. 

pardon for Trump enablers, tax cuts for the super wealthy, embassies for mega donors, what else???  and the rest will be "going through some things".. KAG 

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17 hours ago, bristolboy said:

For some reason the article didn't include Trump's tweet in its entirety. Here it is in all its glory:

 

If you have the goods-convict-just stop the bs rambling and blame games-conspiracies.  Get some evidence, and go to court baby don-the winning and wining is just too much 😂

Edited by Redline

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12 hours ago, Eric Loh said:

In a strange way, I hope he pardon all those crooks and send the message
that crime and dishonesty are okay as long as they are in the service of the White House. That will hurt him in the eyes of the general public and also his party. Even surrogate Lindsey had said that pardoning Manafort will be a bridge too far. Susan Collin had even stronger words of caution. 

My opinion is the investigations that are taking place between Horowitz,Durham, could give the POTUS a opportunity to pardon those who he felt were political in nature,that's of course  depending upon what these 2 investigations expose! 

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17 hours ago, bristolboy said:

Stone will stay out of prison on appeals until the next election after which Trump will pardon him.

Trump will be in prison then.

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