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Isn't it fascinating to watch Trump Cult members locked into their alternate reality where they repeatedly deny FACTS obvious to anyone in touch with the real world.

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Nothing dense from me, You mentioned 2014. Since that was before the campaign it is not a factor.

 

As to McDougal and Daniels you said "broke the law" - what court has ruled on that?


Wow. You truly cannot follow a conversation, or read a legal document to gain an understanding.

 

Yeah, I did mention 2014. That was the year Trump, Cohen and Pecker conspired to break the law. Cohen and Pecker have attested to and admitted that's what they all did. It's called establishing the facts of a case, rk. It's what keeps the courts from tossing cases out.

 

2016 was the year when they actually did break the law. That's kind of why two of them have pleaded guilty to it already. Pleaded guilty. Pleaded guilty. Get it? They have pleaded guilty.

 

I never said McDougal and Daniels broke the law. That's just more conjured fantasy on your part, in an attempt to deflect that Trump, Cohen and Pecker conspired to, and did, break the law.

 

Wha'cha got next, rk?

 

 


President Trump was not running in 2014 so could not have broken any campaign laws. In 2016 he arranged to have the extortionists paid off with his own money - no law broken there. 

 

Yes, several people have "pled guilty". The way Mueller is playing the game is to get something on someone unrelated to the President and then coerce them into pleading guilty to something with the President's name in it - dirty pool but he is good at it.

 

Right you are - Stormy and McDougal did not break the law for reasons as stated above - they extorted but are not charged so as to allow their actions to be used in the accusations against the President.

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Nothing dense from me, You mentioned 2014. Since that was before the campaign it is not a factor.

 

As to McDougal and Daniels you said "broke the law" - what court has ruled on that?


Wow. You truly cannot follow a conversation, or read a legal document to gain an understanding.

 

Yeah, I did mention 2014. That was the year Trump, Cohen and Pecker conspired to break the law. Cohen and Pecker have attested to and admitted that's what they all did. It's called establishing the facts of a case, rk. It's what keeps the courts from tossing cases out.

 

2016 was the year when they actually did break the law. That's kind of why two of them have pleaded guilty to it already. Pleaded guilty. Pleaded guilty. Get it? They have pleaded guilty.

 

I never said McDougal and Daniels broke the law. That's just more conjured fantasy on your part, in an attempt to deflect that Trump, Cohen and Pecker conspired to, and did, break the law.

 

Wha'cha got next, rk?

 

 

http://www.politifact.com/personalities/donald-trump/statements/byruling/false/ (11 pages of lies and growing)
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@Olderscout66 wrote:

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rk9152:  What makes giving in to extortion a violation?

 

 

 

When did either of these women contact Trump and threaten that either he pays them off or they talk? You keep leaving that out . *dying laughing*


He paid, they got, what is missing?


What's missing? THEM DEMANDING PAYMENT FOR THEIR SILENCE!

Never happened, Der Trumper's lawyer went to Daniels and offered money to not REPRINT a story she already sold to the tabloids. Then Trump had Pecker "catch and kill" the playmate's story. Neither woman ever approached Der Trumper demanding money.


Then I guess you think the President came up with the idea out of the goodness of his heart. To think they didn't bring it up would mean he never had sex with another women but his wife so he was concerned about only these two.

 

So you are posting in support of the adulterous "toad" and supporting the bogus allegation that he never had adulterous sex with multiple women - including Marla Maples?

 

Can "rk" state that the bright green sun will rise in the west tomorrow morning?

 


 

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@rk9152 wrote:

@Olderscout66 wrote:

@rk9152 wrote:

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rk9152:  What makes giving in to extortion a violation?

 

 

 

When did either of these women contact Trump and threaten that either he pays them off or they talk? You keep leaving that out . *dying laughing*


He paid, they got, what is missing?


What's missing? THEM DEMANDING PAYMENT FOR THEIR SILENCE!

Never happened, Der Trumper's lawyer went to Daniels and offered money to not REPRINT a story she already sold to the tabloids. Then Trump had Pecker "catch and kill" the playmate's story. Neither woman ever approached Der Trumper demanding money.


Then I guess you think the President came up with the idea out of the goodness of his heart. To think they didn't bring it up would mean he never had sex with another women but his wife so he was concerned about only these two.

 


You know - the whole world knows - why trump doesn't dare sue Stormy Daniels(Stephanie Clifford) for what she disclosed to the world about trump on  a partucular linked to Jimmy Kimmel Show - from Eight Minutes on?

EXCLUSIVE - Stormy Daniels Details Sex with Donald Trump - YouTube

Because any court in the nation would order an independent physical examination of trump to determine the truth...

The world now knows why some refer to him as "toad"...

 

The "goodness of trump's heart?"  

Don't be silly - trump doesn't have a heart - he never has had a heart.

 

 

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@Olderscout66 wrote:

@rk9152 wrote:

@Panjandrum wrote:

rk9152:  What makes giving in to extortion a violation?

 

 

 

When did either of these women contact Trump and threaten that either he pays them off or they talk? You keep leaving that out . *dying laughing*


He paid, they got, what is missing?


What's missing? THEM DEMANDING PAYMENT FOR THEIR SILENCE!

Never happened, Der Trumper's lawyer went to Daniels and offered money to not REPRINT a story she already sold to the tabloids. Then Trump had Pecker "catch and kill" the playmate's story. Neither woman ever approached Der Trumper demanding money.


Then I guess you think the President came up with the idea out of the goodness of his heart. To think they didn't bring it up would mean he never had sex with another women but his wife so he was concerned about only these two.

 

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@rk9152 wrote:

@BigLib wrote:

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This should put an end to this "extortion" fairy tale.

 

Read Cohen's sentencing document from the SDNY, particularly Section A, subsection 4 titled "Cohen's Illegal Campaign Contributions".

 

In it, it details that Trump, Cohen and Pecker had agreed back in August 2014 to buy up negative stories about Trump. That's right, August 2014 - a full year before Trump declared his candidacy.

 

You see, someone's "story" is legally defined as intellectual property. Just ask JK Rowling, Stephen King, Rick Warren, Donald Trump. They all shopped their "story" to the highest bidder. That is not illegal. That is not a crime. And just because a "story" is negative about another person, does not make it a crime. Look at the kids of celebrities who have aired familial dirty laundry in books.

 

The sentencing document also details how the trio actively pursued buying up these stories. That hardly constitutes extortion. One cannot be a victim of a crime they seek - the crime in this case being the buying of stories to influence a political campaign, not reporting it as an in-kind contribution and conspiring from the start to keep it all secret. It's the same reason we don't see cops bending over backwards for people who were looking to score some drugs, got robbed by the dealer, and never got any drugs.

 

The first document on the following page is related to the Russia investigation. The second document details the illegal campaign contributions (starts on page 13).

 

Uh oh! V-E-R-N

 

https://www.vox.com/2018/12/7/18130805/michael-cohen-sentencing-memo-mueller

 

 


Well, if that happened in 2014 that sorta takes us our of the field of campaign irregularities.


Still can't read anything for yourself. Because had you even bothered to read the document, you'd already know the first time Trump et al broke the law was in August 2016 (McDougal) and the second time was October 2016 (Daniels), and would understand how asinine "well, if that happened in 2014 that sorta takes us our* of the field of campaign irregularities" is, because Trump wasn't even the nominee until July 2016. The purposely dense act ain't gona fly for Trump, either.

 

 


Nothing dense from me, You mentioned 2014. Since that was before the campaign it is not a factor.

 

As to McDougal and Daniels you said "broke the law" - what court has ruled on that?


Wait and see, tataleh - in time, all will be made clear, and in the fulness of time, a court will rule upon it...

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@BigLib wrote:

@rk9152 wrote:

@BigLib wrote:

This should put an end to this "extortion" fairy tale.

 

Read Cohen's sentencing document from the SDNY, particularly Section A, subsection 4 titled "Cohen's Illegal Campaign Contributions".

 

In it, it details that Trump, Cohen and Pecker had agreed back in August 2014 to buy up negative stories about Trump. That's right, August 2014 - a full year before Trump declared his candidacy.

 

You see, someone's "story" is legally defined as intellectual property. Just ask JK Rowling, Stephen King, Rick Warren, Donald Trump. They all shopped their "story" to the highest bidder. That is not illegal. That is not a crime. And just because a "story" is negative about another person, does not make it a crime. Look at the kids of celebrities who have aired familial dirty laundry in books.

 

The sentencing document also details how the trio actively pursued buying up these stories. That hardly constitutes extortion. One cannot be a victim of a crime they seek - the crime in this case being the buying of stories to influence a political campaign, not reporting it as an in-kind contribution and conspiring from the start to keep it all secret. It's the same reason we don't see cops bending over backwards for people who were looking to score some drugs, got robbed by the dealer, and never got any drugs.

 

The first document on the following page is related to the Russia investigation. The second document details the illegal campaign contributions (starts on page 13).

 

Uh oh! V-E-R-N

 

https://www.vox.com/2018/12/7/18130805/michael-cohen-sentencing-memo-mueller

 

 


Well, if that happened in 2014 that sorta takes us our of the field of campaign irregularities.


Still can't read anything for yourself. Because had you even bothered to read the document, you'd already know the first time Trump et al broke the law was in August 2016 (McDougal) and the second time was October 2016 (Daniels), and would understand how asinine "well, if that happened in 2014 that sorta takes us our* of the field of campaign irregularities" is, because Trump wasn't even the nominee until July 2016. The purposely dense act ain't gona fly for Trump, either.

 

 


Nothing dense from me, You mentioned 2014. Since that was before the campaign it is not a factor.

 

As to McDougal and Daniels you said "broke the law" - what court has ruled on that?

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RK lives in the alternate reality of Trump World where facts, the truth, and documentation don't exist. The only thing which matters is what Fox tells them and/or what their idol and hero in the White House says.


Typical - rk, Fox, Trump, idol, hero, etc. and not a mention of the topic.

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@rk9152 wrote:

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rk9152:  What makes giving in to extortion a violation?

 

 

 

When did either of these women contact Trump and threaten that either he pays them off or they talk? You keep leaving that out . *dying laughing*


He paid, they got, what is missing?


What's missing? THEM DEMANDING PAYMENT FOR THEIR SILENCE!

Never happened, Der Trumper's lawyer went to Daniels and offered money to not REPRINT a story she already sold to the tabloids. Then Trump had Pecker "catch and kill" the playmate's story. Neither woman ever approached Der Trumper demanding money.

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