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If Trump goes to prison then it'll be Nelson Mandela all over again. Only difference is that Trump will probably go to one of the nicer prisons with the golf course etc... 

 

Why cant the Dems just vote for someone normal to beat him?

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1 hour ago, YoungWillz said:

Guilty on all counts.

 

Orange jumpsuit for DJT.

 

He won't go to prison for this one. Aside from the huge headache of working out how you put a former President and Secret Service detail in jail (or should that be gaol?), it's a relatively minor, non-violent crime. He'll get a massive fine and some kind of suspended sentence I'd imagine. There are definitely crimes down the line that will see him serve time, but for now, he's just a convicted felon...and candidate for President. :facepalm:

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1 minute ago, RoverAndOut said:

 

He won't go to prison for this one. Aside from the huge headache of working out how you put a former President and Secret Service detail in jail (or should that be gaol?), it's a relatively minor, non-violent crime. He'll get a massive fine and some kind of suspended sentence I'd imagine. There are definitely crimes down the line that will see him serve time, but for now, he's just a convicted felon...and candidate for President. :facepalm:

It's a first.

 

He could conceivably go to prison - aggravation of election law to get elected President sounds pretty good for serving time. Practicalities are for the prison services I'd imagine, not the Court.

 

What Republicans should do is dump him and get someone in to address all the problems he says America wants solved. They won't do that, and that is trouble for everyone imo.

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7 minutes ago, The Great Cornholio said:

If Trump goes to prison then it'll be Nelson Mandela all over again. Only difference is that Trump will probably go to one of the nicer prisons with the golf course etc... 

 

Why cant the Dems just vote for someone normal to beat him?

There is a 99.99% chance that if you were alive during apartheid, you would have denounced the sanctions against South Africa and called Mandela a terrorist.

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15 minutes ago, RoverAndOut said:

 

He won't go to prison for this one. Aside from the huge headache of working out how you put a former President and Secret Service detail in jail (or should that be gaol?), it's a relatively minor, non-violent crime. He'll get a massive fine and some kind of suspended sentence I'd imagine. There are definitely crimes down the line that will see him serve time, but for now, he's just a convicted felon...and candidate for President. :facepalm:

And they'll have to find a completely different nonpartisan jury for each and every one of these upcoming trials? Bloody hell, it'll be like mining ice in the Sahara. This must stretch the justice system to bursting point. 

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26 minutes ago, The Old Crem said:

Once he is president he will just pardon himself. 


The president can’t pardon state crimes. 

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2 minutes ago, Tango854 said:

There is a 99.99% chance that if you were alive during apartheid, you would have denounced the sanctions against South Africa and called Mandela a terrorist.

Lmao wtf?

 

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2 minutes ago, The Great Cornholio said:

Lmao wtf?

 


Don’t reply to him. Seriously, you’ll regret it. 

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18 minutes ago, YoungWillz said:

It's a first.

 

He could conceivably go to prison - aggravation of election law to get elected President sounds pretty good for serving time. Practicalities are for the prison services I'd imagine, not the Court.

 

What Republicans should do is dump him and get someone in to address all the problems he says America wants solved. They won't do that, and that is trouble for everyone imo.

 

His campaign team are already trashing Republicans who are saying they need to respect the court's decision and the rule of law. One Trump insider told the BBC "it's a GOP Civil War". Either you're with Trump...or you're with the rule of law. Wonderful.

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7 minutes ago, The Great Cornholio said:

Lmao wtf?

 

Even if I discard your shitty opinion on Apartheid South Africa completely, there is a difference between going to prison because you fought Apartheid, and going to prison because you paid hush money to a porn star.

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33 minutes ago, Tango854 said:

Even if I discard your shitty opinion on Apartheid South Africa completely, there is a difference between going to prison because you fought Apartheid, and going to prison because you paid hush money to a porn star.

what does this have to do with trump

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Ok, That's it, He's now a bang to rights proven felony cunt. Like we didn't know before :rolleyes:.

And still it will somehow continue. World has lost the plot. I give up.

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3 hours ago, Deadboy999 said:

Well done, you've just relected him.

At the very least, this has made it less likely they can get an unbiased jury in his more serious cases, which is bound to be a huge problem for anyone looking to try to convict him in the future. Will it move the needle against him? With some people probably, but I don't think it shakes his base or his likely voters enough to make Biden's relatively unfavorable odds at the moment in the swing states get subverted. Only a real change in the economy could do that, and the economy looks like it's going to continue to get worse for Biden rather than better.

 

Given timelines im all the other cases, it's unlikely we will see them happen until after the election anyway, and this one will likely be pushed all the way to the Supreme Court if Trump can help it. Given how friendly they are to him, we could see him miraculously declared innocent at some point... Especially if he's president at the time.

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9 minutes ago, Comped said:

At the very least, this has made it less likely they can get an unbiased jury in his more serious cases, which is bound to be a huge problem for anyone looking to try to convict him in the future. Will it move the needle against him? With some people probably, but I don't think it shakes his base or his likely voters enough to make Biden's relatively unfavorable odds at the moment in the swing states get subverted. Only a real change in the economy could do that, and the economy looks like it's going to continue to get worse for Biden rather than better.

 

Given timelines im all the other cases, it's unlikely we will see them happen until after the election anyway, and this one will likely be pushed all the way to the Supreme Court if Trump can help it. Given how friendly they are to him, we could see him miraculously declared innocent at some point... Especially if he's president at the time.

 

He's a self serving cunt of the highest order. Anyone who cannot see that is a fucking idiot. I don't know how many ways there are to put this, we're fucked that anyone votes for him. 

As a slight aside - American gun laws kill hundreds or even thousands of people a year.

 

If you defend any of that? You're barking and shouldn't be allowed to vote. I despair sometimes. It's not that complicated.

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5 hours ago, maryportfuncity said:

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Oooh, this is gonna get lively - appeal, surely, polls will be interesting in the next few days

 

Oh, so it was the 2016 election that was rigged. 

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Cometh the hour, cometh the perfect amount of journalistic gravitas!

 

 

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39 minutes ago, maryportfuncity said:

Cometh the hour, cometh the perfect amount of journalistic gravitas!

 

 

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I think in the past couple of years the Daily Star has probably been the best paper at reading the mood of the nation with its headlines

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He’s got himself into a right covfefe this time, but I can still see the American public ignoring the covfefe, which they believe to be fake, and deciding to covfefe later in the year.

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What did you expect? All of his controversies went over people's eyes. He is loved by lots of people for his charisma and his 'honesty,' and I agree, he has charisma, but I don't think he's honest.

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1 hour ago, harrymcnallysblueandwhitearmy said:

He’s got himself into a right covfefe this time, but I can still see the American public ignoring the covfefe, which they believe to be fake, and deciding to covfefe later in the year.

 

'Covfefe' is just a compound of 'COnVicted of FErty-four FElonies'.

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1 hour ago, TQR said:

'Covfefe' is just a compound of 'COnVicted of FErty-four FElonies'.

 

I can't stop myself reading it as kerfuffle.

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He's out of his diapers, nurse!

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Say what you like about Donald Trump, he's a man of strong convictions.

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2 hours ago, TQR said:

Say what you like about Donald Trump, he's a man of strong convictions.

 

 

I'd say I struggle to tell the difference between a man of strong convictions and a narcissist who goes into overdrive when there's a threat of someone else taking control away from him. In deadpooling terms the two things that manifest the same way are a long way apart, Nelson Mandela's strong convictions survived years of jail and he died a contented old man. Trump's on my current DDP team, and catching his tellytubby belly sideways on the BBC tonight I still think a stroke or heart attack might be lurking in there. 

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