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  • Nickdfresh
    SUPER MODERATOR

    • Oct 2004
    • 49230

    Originally posted by Romeo Delight
    I don't think I would trust anyone on this panel to mow my lawn...I doubt they could start the mower.

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    • Kristy
      DIAMOND STATUS
      • Aug 2004
      • 16347

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      • FORD
        ROTH ARMY MODERATOR

        • Jan 2004
        • 58838

        Gives a whole new meaning to "A Clockwork ORANGE".
        Eat Us And Smile

        Cenk For America 2024!!

        Justice Democrats


        "If the American people had ever known the truth about what we (the BCE) have done to this nation, we would be chased down in the streets and lynched." - Poppy Bush, 1992

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        • Seshmeister
          ROTH ARMY WEBMASTER

          • Oct 2003
          • 35223

          Trump gave the same height and weight as Chris Hemsworth

          I'm confused...

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          • twonabomber
            formerly F A T
            ROTH ARMY WEBMASTER

            • Jan 2004
            • 11202

            Writing In All Proper Case Takes Extra Time, Is Confusing To Read, And Is Completely Pointless.

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            • Kristy
              DIAMOND STATUS
              • Aug 2004
              • 16347

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              • FORD
                ROTH ARMY MODERATOR

                • Jan 2004
                • 58838

                Cheeto's Rosh Hashanah message to American Jews....

                Eat Us And Smile

                Cenk For America 2024!!

                Justice Democrats


                "If the American people had ever known the truth about what we (the BCE) have done to this nation, we would be chased down in the streets and lynched." - Poppy Bush, 1992

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                • silverfish
                  Foot Soldier
                  • Mar 2007
                  • 554

                  Trump Basically Just Lost the New York Bank Fraud Case Before It Even Started

                  Former President Donald Trump, his top executives, and heirs were declared completely liable of “persistent
                  and repeated fraud”—and the real estate empire was unceremoniously stripped of its business licenses
                  in New York—after a judge’s powerful ruling Tuesday ahead of a massive trial that seeks to hit them with
                  more than $250 million in penalties for bank fraud.

                  And in a stunning development, the judge has already ordered the complete dissolution of the fabled Trump
                  Organization–the tycoon’s pride and joy, the empire that made him famous and elevated him into
                  the White House. The Trump Organization and its sister companies will be sent into receivership to be
                  under the control of a court-appointed officer.

                  Even before the trial officially starts, the ruling handed New York Attorney General Letitia James a
                  near total victory, meaning that next week’s trial will mostly focus on damages that could pulverize
                  whatever is left of Trump’s many business entities and bank accounts.

                  Full story at:
                  A judge in the New York Attorney General's bank fraud case against Trump just deemed the former president and his heirs liable for “persistent and repeated fraud.”


                  Related:

                  Eric Trump mocked for claiming Mar-a-Lago is worth over $1 billion — after judge says he lied

                  A main ruling on Tuesday found that Donald Trump (and family) are liable for over-valuing properties to score bigger and better loans. The judge has ruled that the Trump Org. must cease all operations as the other charges are decided. Responding to the judge saying Trump jacked up the price of prope...
                  Last edited by silverfish; 09-27-2023, 08:20 AM.
                  Originally posted by sadaist
                  I don't mind that one Nickelback song. I just hate the fact that they put it on every album 10 times.

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                  • Seshmeister
                    ROTH ARMY WEBMASTER

                    • Oct 2003
                    • 35223

                    How much did the guys that worked at the banks who lent all that money based on obvious bullshit make in commission?

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                    • silverfish
                      Foot Soldier
                      • Mar 2007
                      • 554

                      Trump co-defendant pleads guilty in Georgia election case

                      Scott Hall, one of the 18 defendants charged along with former President Donald Trump for
                      allegedly interfering with the 2020 presidential election results in Georgia, pleaded guilty Friday.

                      Hall is the first defendant to enter a plea in the case.

                      Under the terms of an agreement with Fulton County District Attorney Fani Willis' office, Hall pleaded
                      guilty to five misdemeanor charges and will be sentenced to five years' probation, if he abides by
                      the terms of the deal. He also agreed to testify in related court hearings and trials stemming from
                      the sprawling 41-count indictment that was unsealed in August.

                      Full story at:
                      Originally posted by sadaist
                      I don't mind that one Nickelback song. I just hate the fact that they put it on every album 10 times.

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                      • Rikk
                        DIAMOND STATUS
                        • Jan 2004
                        • 16518

                        Originally posted by silverfish
                        Trump co-defendant pleads guilty in Georgia election case

                        Scott Hall, one of the 18 defendants charged along with former President Donald Trump for
                        allegedly interfering with the 2020 presidential election results in Georgia, pleaded guilty Friday.

                        Hall is the first defendant to enter a plea in the case.

                        Under the terms of an agreement with Fulton County District Attorney Fani Willis' office, Hall pleaded
                        guilty to five misdemeanor charges and will be sentenced to five years' probation, if he abides by
                        the terms of the deal. He also agreed to testify in related court hearings and trials stemming from
                        the sprawling 41-count indictment that was unsealed in August.

                        Full story at:
                        https://www.nbcnews.com/politics/don...ase-rcna118140
                        And the whole house of cards continues to fall for the Cheet-o cult leader.
                        Roth Army Militia

                        Originally posted by WARF
                        Rikk - The new school of the Roth Army... this dude leads the pack... three words... The Sheep Pen... this dude opened alot of doors for people during this new era... he's the best of the new school.

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                        • silverfish
                          Foot Soldier
                          • Mar 2007
                          • 554

                          Trump Deceived Deutsche Bank, Former Exec Testifies

                          A former Deutsche Bank executive testified this week that the German financial behemoth only
                          agreed to make massive loans to Donald Trump because of Trump’s vast personal fortune. The
                          problem? The bank apparently thought, based at least partly on financial statements provided by
                          Trump, that he was far wealthier than he really was.

                          Haigh testified that when Trump approached the bank for loans, he offered several properties as
                          collateral, including his Doral golf course and his Chicago hotel and condo building. Those properties
                          alone, Haigh said, would not ordinarily have been enough. Haigh, who was head of risk assessment for
                          the Deutsche’s private wealth management division—a division that handles banking for very wealthy
                          clients—said that it was unusual for a customer to try to offer those types of properties as collateral.

                          A key part of Trump’s defense in the case has been that no one was really hurt by the deceptions, so
                          James has no reason to sue him for fraud. Judge Engoron rejected that idea in his ruling before the
                          trial. He found that Trump had indeed committed fraud and noted that even if fraud doesn’t cause a
                          loss to anyone, it can undermine the stability and credibility of the financial system.

                          Full story at:
                          Originally posted by sadaist
                          I don't mind that one Nickelback song. I just hate the fact that they put it on every album 10 times.

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                          • Nickdfresh
                            SUPER MODERATOR

                            • Oct 2004
                            • 49230

                            CORRUPTION
                            SEPTEMBER 14, 2022
                            How Donald Trump Perfected the ‘Art of the Steal’
                            BY GREGG BARAK
                            Trump Tower, Chicago. Photo by Daniel Huizinga via Flickr

                            Donald Trump has spent a lifetime of deception conning other people including those who have worked for him or with him.

                            As a connoisseur of racketeering with numerous illicit schemes or rackets under his financial belt, Trump’s litanies of fraud and wrongdoing have crisscrossed the private and public spheres.

                            For example, traditional forms of money laundering have been ongoing for some three decades. They include some $100 million received from associates of Russian syndicated crime, whether in the forms of direct leasing or purchasing of Trump properties in the Borough of Manhattan, or indirectly from loans passed through Deutsche Bank to the Trump Organization amounting to $2 billion.

                            The fraudulent financial and political behavior once confined to Trump Tower and, more recently, carried out from the Oval Office, the Trump International Hotel DC, or Mar-a-Lago, simply represent the latest “art of the steal” or political entrepreneurship from Boss Trump.

                            When he was elected president in 2016 and became the Racketeer-in-Chief, the fraudulent behavior not only encompassed the fleecing of adversaries and consumers alike, but the range of victims or “marks,” expanded to include tens of millions of his political supporters.

                            With the power of the presidency, Trump ramped up his illegal and fraudulent schemes of white-collar, corporate and state crime. Whether we are talking about Trump and his associates’ looting monies from the coffers of the 2016 and 2020 political campaigns, or the allegations of fraud in connection with raising funds, these actions are all indicative of a business model that profits in one form or the other from dirty or stolen money.

                            As the former president as well as a potential candidate for president in 2024, Trump has only ramped up his illegal and fraudulent schemes of white-collar, corporate, and state crime.

                            The Shell Game
                            What has always been the key to Trump’s modus operandi and to the illicit patterns of his criminal enterprise has been usage of shell companies.

                            For example, the Center for Responsive Politics (CRP), a research and government transparency group that tracks money in politics and its effects, revealed that layers of shell companies were used to pay for 2020 Trump campaign adds. During the summer of 2020, the Campaign Legal Center (CLC) filed a complaint with the Federal Election Committee.

                            The CLC filings claim that the Trump reelection campaign and its joint fundraising committee had laundered nearly $170 million in spending through firms headed by Trump’s former campaign manager, Brad Parscale, and other firms created by Trump campaign lawyers.

                            All for the purpose of hiding millions of dollars provided to companies engaged in significant work for the campaign including “payments to Trump family members or associates.”

                            Similarly, according to CRP, the Trump Make America Great Again Committee, spent more than $771 million through American Made Media Consultants, LLC, including more than $3.5 million in direct payments to people and firms involved in organizing and arranging for the Stop the Steal rally at the White House on Jan. 6, 2021.

                            Trump’s criminal enterprise and its economic bottom lines were fraudulently enhanced by his losing the 2020 reelection, the Jan. 6 assault on the Capitol, and the FBI search of Mar-a-Lago.

                            Overlapping Rackets
                            I am referring specifically to the overlapping political rackets designed as best as possible to circumscribe campaign finance laws, such as Trump’s Save America PAC and the fake elector scheme, a multimillion-dollar grift revolving around Trump’s Big Lies.

                            Increasingly, thanks to the House Select Committee hearings and the Mar-a-Lago Scandal, more and more people, including conservative legal pundits, believe that Trump will be prosecuted, “even if the case is a negotiated plea,” Washington Post columnist Paul Waldman wrote this week.

                            “To do otherwise,” he added, “would be the most dangerous thing of all.”

                            It’s hard to disagree with Waldman’s conclusion: Not to prosecute Trump for his lifetime of lawlessness before, during, and after the presidency would provide official validation to “the presumption that the law doesn’t apply to those with money and power.”

                            The newest fraud allegations faced by the former president and his associates, in connection with raising money for his campaign to reverse the 2020 election results, underline a pattern of deceptive behavior that began long before he entered the White House, writes white-collar crime researcher Gregg Barak.


                            It would show, he said, that “the system can be bullied or bought; [that] consequences are for little people, and the likes of Donald Trump can do whatever they please.”

                            Gregg Barak, Ph.D., is an emeritus Professor of Criminology and Criminal Justice at Eastern Michigan University

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                            • ZahZoo
                              ROTH ARMY WEBMASTER

                              • Jan 2004
                              • 8981

                              Do y'all believe that Trump is really that clever to pull off all that shit on his own or just a really good leader with a great talent to find and hire top-tier crooks to further his wealth..?

                              I'm leaning towards the later... but then wondering shouldn't that make him a great politician..?
                              "If you want to be a monk... you gotta cook a lot of rice...”

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                              • Kristy
                                DIAMOND STATUS
                                • Aug 2004
                                • 16347

                                No, but I believe he is that fucking stupid to pull off all that shit on his own.

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