Trump Election Interference / Falsification of Business Records Criminal Trial (Trump guilty on all 34 Counts) (2 Viewers)

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    What will happen now that former President Donald Trump was found guilty (in 34 counts) by the jury?
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    Speculation on the judge relating to sentencing?
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    Appeals?
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    Political Damage?
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    Are you scared to take up the bet? You are so sure that the trial was on the up and up.
    there is zero to gain on anyones part other than DaveXA's bet. If 20 people bet you or just Dave bets you, it still has the same outcome for them if they win, but yours is 20 fold if you in. thats just moronic for anyone to suggest that. If you want to really put your 'money' where your mouth is, you would take each bet indivdually and serve them concurrently if you lose,
     

    I hope he schools the fork out of Ole Gym.
    It doesn't matter how much he schools them or how much he presents the facts, they will throw a bunch of conspiracies and lies at him and their base will say SEE SEE SEE HE WON"T ANSWER THEM!!! even tho there is no answer because the questions are lies...
     
    Sometimes your posts are so stupid I feel the need to respond.

    Right. That's what I said and it's a comment a partisan would make.

    I don't take advice from a glitching far left ChatGPT like poster, but thanks.
    You could be so much more than this.
     
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    I've known that all along. I didn't expect it to be any different, so I'm not disappointed. *I*'m totally not disappointed!

    I'll use the "tit" convention on both sides of the "I" to convince you that I mean it.

    When I place tit's (boobs) on both sides of an I, like *I* did here >> *I*: that means *I*'m very serious, speaking from my heart, the lower deepest chamber of my heart.


    Odd thing, *I*'ve been driven to use that *I* convention twice today. Did someone put something in my food???
    I'm too tragically not hip to get what you're saying.
     
    It doesn't matter how much he schools them or how much he presents the facts, they will throw a bunch of conspiracies and lies at him and their base will say SEE SEE SEE HE WON"T ANSWER THEM!!! even tho there is no answer because the questions are lies...
    It's like debating a Young Earth Creationist. They can spew nonsensical bullshirt faster than you can refute it.
     
    Are you scared to take up the bet? You are so sure that the trial was on the up and up.
    There is zero incentive for me to take the bet, you already have made the wager with one, and you refuse to honor subsequent bets.

    I am sure the trial was on the up and up. If anything Trump was treated better than any other defendant who acted out the way he did would have been treated. I hope he gets jail time.
     
    Donald Trump makes his first visit to Capitol Hill since leaving the presidency Thursday morning, meeting with Republican lawmakers in what is being billed as a resolutely forward-looking session focused on a potential 2025 legislative agenda.

    In fact, Trump has bigger, more immediate legislative priorities.

    He has been obsessed in recent weeks with harnessing the powers of Congress to fight on his own behalf and go to war against the Democrats he accuses of “weaponizing” the justice system against him.

    It’s a campaign he orchestrated in the days after his May 31 conviction on 34 felony counts in New York, starting with a phone call to the man he wanted to lead it: Speaker Mike Johnson.

    Trump was still angry when he made the call, according to those who have heard accounts of it from Johnson, dropping frequent F-bombs as he spoke with the soft-spoken and pious GOP leader.

    “We have to overturn this,” Trump insisted.

    Johnson sympathized with Trump’s frustration. He’d been among the first batch of Republican lawmakers to appear alongside Trump at the Manhattan trial. He’d been harping on Manhattan District Attorney Alvin Bragg’s case and the alleged broader abuse of the justice system since before he took the gavel.

    The speaker didn’t really need to be convinced, one person familiar with the conversation said: Johnson, a former attorney himself, already believed the House had a role to play in addressing Trump’s predicament. The two have since spoken on the subject multiple times.

    But sympathy can only go so far. With a slim majority and skittish swing-district members, Johnson is already finding it difficult to deliver for Trump.

    Republicans have all but abandoned their effort to impeach President Joe Biden, as Trump wants. Wednesday’s contempt vote against Attorney General Merrick Garland squeaked by only after an intense whipping effort.

    And now a series of proposals targeting what Republicans call “rogue prosecutors” (i.e., those investigating Trump) appear to have a wobbly future.

    House GOP leaders, for instance, spent yesterday afternoon whipping a bill written by Rep. Russell Fry (R-S.C.) that would allow presidents charged at the state level to move those cases to federal court — effectively nullifying the power of officials like Bragg and Fani Willis, Trump’s prosecutor in Fulton County, Georgia.

    The bill was filed in April 2023 and reported by the Judiciary Committee in last September; only now is it being readied for possible floor action.............


     
    House GOP leaders, for instance, spent yesterday afternoon whipping a bill written by Rep. Russell Fry (R-S.C.) that would allow presidents charged at the state level to move those cases to federal court — effectively nullifying the power of officials like Bragg and Fani Willis, Trump’s prosecutor in Fulton County, Georgia.

    The bill was filed in April 2023 and reported by the Judiciary Committee in last September; only now is it being readied for possible floor action.............


    Anyone with a basic Jr. High school level of education knows that is unconstitutional. I don't think that matters to Alito
    and Thomas though. It's another example of Magas demanding states rights until it works against their narrative.

    Edit: The above proposal appears to be dead in the water though.

     
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    There is zero incentive for me to take the bet, you already have made the wager with one, and you refuse to honor subsequent bets.

    I am sure the trial was on the up and up. If anything Trump was treated better than any other defendant who acted out the way he did would have been treated. I hope he gets jail time.
    Let's bet some money then.
     
    What an offer, a wager over something which I've already forgotten what was all about.

    There's a reason I live in the hills were there aren't as many people.
     
    What an offer, a wager over something which I've already forgotten what was all about.

    There's a reason I live in the hills were there aren't as many people.
    If you are serious ( I know you have a quick wit ) The bet is Trumps convictions will be overturned at
    some point. He'd lose the bet because they are state crimes. In the event he's elected Potus again
    he can't even pardon himself because they are state crimes. That power rests with the Governor of N.Y.
    It was be political suicide is she pardoned Trump.
     
    If you are serious ( I know you have a quick wit ) The bet is Trumps convictions will be overturned at
    some point. He'd lose the bet because they are state crimes. In the event he's elected Potus again
    he can't even pardon himself because they are state crimes. That power rests with the Governor of N.Y.
    It was be political suicide is she pardoned Trump.
    Why that wager has so many holes in it which would allow one to renege on ever paying, it ought to be referred to is as a Swiss Cheese Wager.
     
    If you are serious ( I know you have a quick wit ) The bet is Trumps convictions will be overturned at
    some point. He'd lose the bet because they are state crimes. In the event he's elected Potus again
    he can't even pardon himself because they are state crimes. That power rests with the Governor of N.Y.
    It was be political suicide is she pardoned Trump.
    He thinks Trump will be successful in getting SCOTUS to intervene. They shouldn’t, but this court is so far gone down the corruption trail that there’s a non-zero chance it could happen.
     

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