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superchuck500

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Seems like we might need a thread for this.

Granted: Michael Flynn (pardoned for 'any and all possible offenses' arising from or related to the criminal case against him and anything within the scope of the Mueller investigation).




 

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The Kushner one is interesting. Didn't he already serve his time like a decade ago? so, does this just expunge (for lack of a better term) his record? Was it preventing him from doing business of some sort?
I don't know, actually I had no idea how was still alive. Or maybe that was Trump's dad, honestly it's hard to tell sometimes b/c all rich people look the same to me
 

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The Kushner one is interesting. Didn't he already serve his time like a decade ago? so, does this just expunge (for lack of a better term) his record? Was it preventing him from doing business of some sort?
yes, it affects his ability to do real estate deals, if what I read is correct.
 

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I hope the only pardon Trump gets is the Thanksgiving turkey named after him that Biden pardons
I really hope Trump decides to put his hopes in Pence with a last minute resignation (which I don't think he would ever do) and then Pence turns around and lets the clock run out without pardoning him.
 

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I agree, Trump would never resign so that Pence could pardon him, he wouldn’t trust him to do it. I think he will pardon himself, who knows whether it’s legal or not, but he doesn’t care about laws anyway.
 

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I agree, Trump would never resign so that Pence could pardon him, he wouldn’t trust him to do it. I think he will pardon himself, who knows whether it’s legal or not, but he doesn’t care about laws anyway.
He'll care when or if the Supreme Court rules that self pardon is not legitimate.
 

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He'll care when or if the Supreme Court rules that self pardon is not legitimate.
Honestly, I thought he might have pursued this already, by trying to self-pardon himself so that SCOTUS could address it prior to leaving office. Then I thought the Dems would have been smart and waited to sue until after he was out of office.
 

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If they do rule against him, he will suddenly relocate, I predict. Somewhere with no extradition, and then he won’t care again. 🤷‍♀️

But it would probably be several years before that is decided I imagine. And even then, the SC might decide in his favor. I’m not holding out for any federal charges against him, even though he richly deserves to be charged.

State of NY, that’s the ticket, IMO.
 

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another controversial pardon
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President Trump's tsunami of pardons and commutations has been such an effective guide to the most loathsome individuals in today's America that it's hard to know where to begin in pulling out case histories.

But here's a standout: It's the case of Philip Esformes, who was convicted last year in what federal prosecutors termed "the largest healthcare fraud scheme ever charged by the Department of Justice."

Esformes' crimes involved $1.3 billion in fraudulent claims to Medicare and Medicaid for services at his network of nursing and assisted living facilities in Florida. He was sentenced to 20 years in prison on 20 felony counts. Noting that the charges on which he was found guilty carried combined maximum sentences of 255 years, prosecutors had asked for 30 years.
This was not one criminal act, but hundreds of choices to break the law, even thousands, for more than a decade.
Esformes, 52, served a bit less than 4 1/2 years. Now, thanks to Trump, he's a free man.

Column: He was convicted in a historic healthcare fraud. Trump is letting him walk free (msn.com)
 

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another controversial pardon
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President Trump's tsunami of pardons and commutations has been such an effective guide to the most loathsome individuals in today's America that it's hard to know where to begin in pulling out case histories.

But here's a standout: It's the case of Philip Esformes, who was convicted last year in what federal prosecutors termed "the largest healthcare fraud scheme ever charged by the Department of Justice."

Esformes' crimes involved $1.3 billion in fraudulent claims to Medicare and Medicaid for services at his network of nursing and assisted living facilities in Florida. He was sentenced to 20 years in prison on 20 felony counts. Noting that the charges on which he was found guilty carried combined maximum sentences of 255 years, prosecutors had asked for 30 years.

Esformes, 52, served a bit less than 4 1/2 years. Now, thanks to Trump, he's a free man.

Column: He was convicted in a historic healthcare fraud. Trump is letting him walk free (msn.com)

Yeah that dude is the absolute worst human.

It is so logical that a pardon comes for a guy that treated the poor elderly like that and scammed uncle sam.

Sounds kinda similarly to the way the covid-19 pandemic has been handled. Drag your feet and kill the elderly while you and your buddies make a buck and dump it back into your campaign, hotels, clubs and so on.

They are actually two peas in a pod when you think about it.
 

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