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Friday, January 27, 2023

Days before then-President Donald Trump left the White House, federal prosecutors in New York discussed whether to potentially charge Trump with campaign finance crimes once he was out of office, according to a new book from CNN senior legal analyst Elie Honig.




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Not mentioned anywhere is a legal reason for not pursuing the case. A double standard if there ever was one.

And I thought justice was supposed to be blind.

#1 | Posted by FedUpWithPols at 2023-01-27 11:01 AM | Reply | Newsworthy 1

I will believe it when they actually do so.

#2 | Posted by Nixon at 2023-01-27 01:50 PM | Reply

Big deal. These same legal beagles probably talked about dorking women they saw on the street while walking to lunch. Talk is cheap. Actions speak louder than words...

#3 | Posted by catdog at 2023-01-27 05:48 PM | Reply

Just goes to show you how unfair the DOJ is to Donnie 2Scoops. He was unfairly treated for decades, and even worse when he broke the law daily as president. Poor guy. They almost even charged him with the crimes he committed!

#4 | Posted by chuffy at 2023-01-27 07:02 PM | Reply



Lemme get this straight.

If a guy who works 40 hours a week for $17 and some change an hour pays Hazel Head or Tonya Dice $33.00 to get his dick wet and 1 other person hears about it they all go to prison, but this ------- pays more money than anyone else in the country will make next year for a piece of ass and 300 million people hear about it weekly for 5 years and nothing is going to come from it?


It's almost like there are 2 systems of justice on the US.

And it's almost like every single one of those 300 million people are on board with that.

#5 | Posted by tres_flechas at 2023-01-27 11:14 PM | Reply

Garland is a pathetic coward and joe biden is a irresponsible blind fool for hiring him and keeping him despite his dereliction of duty.

#6 | Posted by SpeakSoftly at 2023-01-28 11:51 AM | Reply

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