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as prosecutor in NY case pleads 5th over illegal conduct in Trump investigation

What Bragg has done is to take two instances that at most would have been minor misdemeanors, and on which the statute of limitations had long run out, and try to gin them up into 34 "felonies". The Federal Election Commission said this was not a violation when it was presented to them, but a crooked local Soros prosecutor, Bragg, who has no jurisdiction over federal law, decides to go after Trump on this.

Michael Cohen and Stormy Danials are serial liars who talk out of both sides of their mouths. And, even if it were true, which it probably isn't, non-disclosure agreements like that are legal in all 50 states. And what billionaire keeps his own business records? They have employees for that.

This persecution is as bogus as the Reichstag fire or the Stalin Show Trials.
Commented: Saturday, May 11th, 2024 @ 3:28 pm By: Conservative Voter
Trump is on trial for allegedly falsifying business records to hide the reimbursement of a hush money payment his then-attorney Michael Cohen made to Daniels in order to boost his electoral prospects in the 2016 presidential election.
The crime is the falsifying business records. Couldn't happen to a bigger idiot.
Melon Head must be so proud.
Commented: Friday, May 10th, 2024 @ 11:53 pm By: Big Bob
These prosecutorial attacks using the courts against political opponents are a very good recent example of this type of "lynching." The trolling Neo-Marxist continues to demonstrate how he earns the third B by making everything racial.
Commented: Friday, May 10th, 2024 @ 9:45 am By: Van Zant
Actually, when I think of the term "lynching" these days, the first thing I think of is the one that is going on right now by Biden political operatives against President Trump. Why? Because it is happening right now before our very eyes. I do hope the Missouri AG is able to jail the Democrat hacks involved.

If one type of lynching in the distant past is all you can think about when you hear the term "lynching" you might be a race-baiter.
Commented: Friday, May 10th, 2024 @ 9:23 am By: John Steed
If the term lynching makes you think of a Jamaican vacation- you might be a Clans-men.
Commented: Friday, May 10th, 2024 @ 8:53 am By: Big Bob
For someone as obsessed with race as Bigot Bob, that is the only type of lynching he ever seems to think of. For regular people in society, however, it is a matter of what we have been exposed to. Most of us have grown up after the period of racial lynchings were over so there were no current accounts to learn from. Washingtonian's perspective makes perfect sense. TV and movies rarely showed racial lynchings but they showed cowboys doing it all the time.

There is only one time in my own life I have read a current account of a lynching that had just happened, and all of those involved in that one were of the same race. I was on vacation in Jamaica in the late 1980s and I like to read local newespaper when I am visiting another place. One day in reading a local paper in Montego Bay, there was an article about a lynching in a rural town on that end of the island. A homosexual had been arrested for molesting a young boy and was locked up in the police station with only a handful of police guarding him. A very large crowd showed up and demanded that the homosexual be turned over to them. Rather than risk being overrun, the police did so. The crowd then debated whether to give him a very severe whipping and castration and then return him to the police or to hang him. They decided to hang him and did so. The article mentioned nothing about any police investigation of the lynch mob. The fact that the article was so matter-of-fact, with no moral outrage made me wonder if extrajudicial punishments still happened regularly in that country.

ANy lynching is bad, whether racially motivated or motivated for some other reason. People should get their day in court whatever they have done and it should be a fair court. A kangaroo court like the one Trump is facing in Manhattan is little different from that mob in Jamaica.
Commented: Friday, May 10th, 2024 @ 7:16 am By: John Steed
If you hear about lynching's in the US and the first thing you think about is cowboys - you might be a Clans-men.
Commented: Thursday, May 9th, 2024 @ 11:17 pm By: Big Bob
The first thing I think about when I hear the word lynching, is
Westerns were a big thing on TV when I was young. They were always lynching a white cowboy on those shows."Let's lynch him." "String him up."
The heroes were Roy Rogers, Hop along Cassidy, the Lone Ranger, Gene Audrey. ANd... as I recall, those doing the lynchings were always judged harshly, and as bad ignorant people.
Usually a Sheriff would shame the Town's people for even thinking about it.
We are all a result of the bubble we live in. The only thing an honest person can do about that is try to see issues from other people's viewpoints. That is the way to avoid learning to hate.

For example, I'm just glad I didnt live among those people that executed farm animals because they had been raped by a boy.
Commented: Thursday, May 9th, 2024 @ 4:05 pm By: Washingtonian
I stand by my last post.
Commented: Thursday, May 9th, 2024 @ 12:30 pm By: Big Bob
The kangaroo court lynching that is going on right now and is a huge threat to our democracy is being run by Merchan in New York City. Lynch in Revolutionary War Virginia may have given his name to this process, but what is now going on in NYC is what we should be concerned about.

If you get your panties in a twist over the origin of the term "lynching" then you might be an idiot. Oh, and it was British loyalist American civilians who were the targets of the original "lynchings" not British soldiers.
Commented: Thursday, May 9th, 2024 @ 9:52 am By: Rino Hunter
If the first thing you think of upon hearing the word "lynching" is white British solders, you might be a Clans-man.
Commented: Thursday, May 9th, 2024 @ 9:04 am By: Big Bob
The reality is that all kangaroo court proceedings are wrong, and that is a reality, Bobbie, that you are unwilling to face. My point on the white British loyalists is simply that is where the term "lynching" came from.
Commented: Wednesday, May 8th, 2024 @ 7:52 pm By: Rino Hunter
At least we agree that it was abhorrent. Your concern for white British loyalist is charming. Still can’t bring yourself to face the reality? And they call liberals snowflakes.
Commented: Wednesday, May 8th, 2024 @ 5:00 pm By: Big Bob
Kangaroo court proceedings against anybody are just plain wrong, especially when people are killed as a result, whether it was the original Lynch doing it to British loyalists in Revolutionary War Virginia, yankee draft rioters doing it to black residents of New York City in 1863, the KkK doing it to blacks in the 20th century, or Biden/Bragg/Merchan/Smith/Willis trying to do it to President Trump now.

Nobody is trying to justify any of this. It is all abhorent.

And I see you put up a link to the (Manchester) Guardian, the UK's leading leftwing newspaper for many, many years, although one that still remembers to do real journalism sometimes, unlike their pure propaganda MSM cousins in the US.
Commented: Wednesday, May 8th, 2024 @ 11:36 am By: Rino Hunter
if you try to justify the lynching of African Americans in the the US - you just might be a red neck.
Commented: Wednesday, May 8th, 2024 @ 9:56 am By: Big Bob
Hanging was generally the end part of the lynching, following the kangaroo court that authorized the hanging. Lynch's name was associated with the whole process, but the name was applied due to his kangaroo court preceding the hanging.

The case you refer to of bestiality appears to have gone through a more formal and legal court process, although the prosecutors seem to have been of the same ilk as Jack Smith, Alvin Bragg, and Fani Willis, and the judge a forerunner of Merchan or Engoron of New York.
Commented: Tuesday, May 7th, 2024 @ 8:05 pm By: Rino Hunter
I suppose "lynching" and "hanging" are two diff things.
"Thomas Granger, was executed in the Plymouth Colony in 1642. Granger was a servant to Love Brewster in the Plymouth Colony of British North America. At the age of 16 or 17, he was convicted of “buggery with a mare, a cow, two goats, divers sheep, two calves, and a turkey” according to court records from September 7, 1642. His crimes were considered severe, and he was sentenced to death by hanging."

Having a Fair Trial, the animals were executed too.
Commented: Tuesday, May 7th, 2024 @ 5:16 pm By: Washingtonian
Let's look at the history of "lynching". The first victims were white British loyalists in Virginia during the Revolutionary War. A low level judge or magistrate named Lynch began kangaroo court type procedings to hang white British loyalists, and when other anti-British Virginians began doing it, they coined the term "lynching" This is actually a pretty good analogy to what is being done to President Trump right now.

And the first mass lynching of black people? That happened, not in the Confederate States, but in New YOrk City in 1863 at the height of the Draft Riots. Yankee civilians, unhappy that LIncoln was drafting them into his army started a mass riot and took it out on black folks by hanging them. The blacks were targeted by the yankee mob for lynching because LIncoln had changed his narrative from "preserve the union" to "free the slaves".

It would help if you learned some real history instead of your far left narrative, Bobbie. Those narrative often do not give one the full facts.
Commented: Tuesday, May 7th, 2024 @ 4:40 pm By: Rino Hunter
"Lynch mob" may not the best choice of words for Confederate loving white guys, Just sayin.
Commented: Tuesday, May 7th, 2024 @ 3:35 pm By: Big Bob
I've heard that local attorneys like to joke with their clients, that if they want Justice, they should go to a whore house.

I think you have to read between the line there.
Yep, there is a "system" here. Probably everywhere.
Commented: Tuesday, May 7th, 2024 @ 11:45 am By: Washingtonian
Deflecting, Bolshevik Bob? Watching the crooked "lawfare" lynch mob that is after Trump and his allies, it is clear in current America the dangerous divid in our legal system is political division, not economic division.

I am waiting for a special prosecutor in the next administration on election interference to start indicting and prosecuting the Jack Smiths, the Juan Merchans, the Letitia James, the Judge Engerons, the Fani Willis, the Alvin Braggs of the country including others who work with them. Election interference through lawfare needs to be so severely punished that it does not tarnish our democracy ever again.
Commented: Tuesday, May 7th, 2024 @ 11:20 am By: Rino Hunter
Back on planet earth, I'll take the $600 an hour every time.
Commented: Tuesday, May 7th, 2024 @ 9:16 am By: Big Bob
On results in criminal cases, the prosecution matters as much as the defense. Targeting of certain groups, like the political right targeted by leftwing prosecutors, such as Soros prosecutors, has a lot to do with outcomes as well. In the case of Alvin Bragg. the Manhattan prosecutor bought and paid for by George Soros, he reduces the felonies of a majority of real criminals to misdemeanors or just dismisses them, but for a top GOP political target like Trump, he does just the opposite, takes what at best are two misdemeanors on which the statute of limitations has run and elevates them to 34 "felonies".

The most inexperienced public defender would have a much easier time getting a good result for his client in front of a politically corrupt Soros prosecutor like Bragg than the most highly paid attorneys representing his political target. The data strongly supports that argument.

And the elephant in the room is the judge. A crimimal always has a hard time in front of what people call a "hanging judge" but that is a rare breed in big cities. On the other hand a political defendant is in for a world of hurt when the judge is an extreme political partisan of the opposing side like Juan Merchan.
Commented: Tuesday, May 7th, 2024 @ 8:01 am By: Conservative Voter
The data supports my position as does common sense. Anyone think a public defender can produce the same defense as a $600 an hour attorney? If you do, I got a bridge in Brooklyn to sell ya.
Commented: Monday, May 6th, 2024 @ 9:01 pm By: Big Bob
So in this thread Bolshevik Bob is an old school Marxist, trying to divide society by economic level, even though that is a bogus argument on these issues, while on other posts he is a neo-Marxist who tries to divide on the basis of race.

Not Trump's fault that Bobbie is an idiot.
Commented: Monday, May 6th, 2024 @ 6:44 pm By: Conservative Voter
I stand by my post.
Not my fault Trumps an idiot.
Commented: Monday, May 6th, 2024 @ 3:08 pm By: Big Bob
Poor people got their right to a court appointed taxpayer paid lawyer in Gideon vs. Wainright decades ago, so Bob's argument has been bogus for a long time. It is part of the "rights" read to criminal defendants when they are arrested. Indeed, with the Soros DA's out there, it appears that poor defendants are better off than rich ones in the way those prosecutors handle cases. Alvin Bragg is s Soros DA and so is Fani Willis.
Commented: Monday, May 6th, 2024 @ 3:07 pm By: Steven P. Rader
Dividing everything on class and wealth is old school Marxism, Bolshevik Bob. I thought you were a neo-Marxist who prefers to divide society based on things like your favorite, race. Hillary Clinton, Joe Biden, and Donald Trump are all among what most of us would call "rich" but got very different treatment over classified documents due solely to political discrimination.

How Republicans get "caught up" in these political prosecutions can be summed up in a quote from the KGB chief to Stalin: "Show me the man and I will find you the crime". This approach sumes up Jack Smith, Fani Willis, and Alvin Bragg.
Commented: Monday, May 6th, 2024 @ 12:56 pm By: Conservative Voter
No, it's not. The divide in the justice system is between rich and poor. Sometimes an incredibly dumb rich person gets caught up in it.....but hey, a blind squirrel sometimes finds an acorn,.
Commented: Monday, May 6th, 2024 @ 12:18 pm By: Big Bob
The two tier justice system is not an "excuse". It is a mortal danger to our democratic basis of our Constitutinal republic. Having practiced criminal law myself for decades, it appalls me to watch the shameful abuse of our justice system for political purposes.
Commented: Monday, May 6th, 2024 @ 9:51 am By: Steven P. Rader
Any excuse in a storm.
MAGA- it's always someone else's fault
Commented: Monday, May 6th, 2024 @ 9:12 am By: Big Bob
The two tier justice system as it exists today in America is Republicans on one hand and Democrats on the other. It is based on politics, not wealth. It is much like Putin's Russia in that regard. And when you are dealing with Soros prosecutors like Alvin Bragg, the old poor vs. rich thing is stood on its head anyway. For real criminals, Bragg reduces most felonies to misdemeanors or dismisses them completely, but for his political target Trump, he raises what would be two misdeamnors, if they are anything, to 34 felonies, and he totally ignores the statute of limitations, which has long run out on them.
Commented: Monday, May 6th, 2024 @ 7:03 am By: Conservative Voter
The two tier system. The poor. The rich. The filthy rich. Wait, thats 3. I guess the filthy rich don't stand a chance. Poor babies.
Commented: Sunday, May 5th, 2024 @ 9:26 pm By: Big Bob
The politically corrupt two-tier "justice" system is well illustrated by Trump being prosecuted and Hillary and Biden not being prosecutred over these documents cases. To rebuild democracy, we need a fruitbasket turnover at DOJ and FBI. The corruption, however, clearly goes even deeper than that.

The next administration is going to need a special prosecutor on election interference to bring to justice those who are abusing our court system for political purposes.
Commented: Sunday, May 5th, 2024 @ 6:29 pm By: Conservative Voter
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