You all know my absolute disdain for donald Trump.
I do support the Office of the President.
I love my country.
I will never like Donald Trump.
Never have, never will.
So, why resume the Anti Trump rants?
There’s no point. That’s what the critics would say, hoping it’d shut me up.
But, fuck that, why?
Because, Santa Mueller is coming to town!
He’s making a list,
Checking it twice!
We’re going to find out that Trump’s guilty thrice!
And so, my friends, I open up that creaky, rusted shut vault of good ol fashioned anger that I’ve been hanging on to for dear god knows how long, and unleash the contents of it onto this post, and like a fine bottle of Champagne from the 1700’s about to be uncorked, sending thousands of chic wine… drinkers into a deep stated mental frenzy of “Oh no you didn’t!”
But what’s it going to be aimed at?
The supporters for getting him elected? Nah.
The 2016 campaign? Nope.
His various scandals and obvious crimes? Why… No.
I nailed it right off the bat when I said that Donald colluded with the Russian’s, WAAAAAY back when, like, Day Uno. Donald, is like a dug in splinter, he’s just annoying as hell, an infectious poison that’s caused a great amount of division within our country, splitting our citizens into the following:
1. Those that would gladly sacrifice a baby seal to his Golden Showeredness in the hopes for another day nothing new happening.
2. Those that supported him for the most part but when he started fucking with their paychecks and then and ONLY then did they start to have doubts about “He who shall remain an eternal AnnoyingOrange mascot”.
3. Those that Voted for him in the primaries but changed their vote once the angry glares started happening.
4. Those that, for lack of a better saying, “Simply knew what the flying fuck actually happened and began raising hell for it.”
5. And the least important of them all, the ones that didn’t vote at all because in their eyes, “Between a consistently bankrupting racist and a woman who keeps getting yelled at for her Husband, for emails, and for Benghazi even though it’s no longer relevant, neither seemed to warrant our patriotic duty and casting our vote.” You unpatriotic lazy fucks. No, no, you don’t get to complain, you lost that ability once you failed to ACTUALLY vote when it most counted.
From there, he started trying to implement an Authoritarian style of ruling, which, HAHAHAHAHA… Yeah, no. why? He wanted control, he wanted to be worshipped like a GOD, failing to realize that until too late, that the mroe fame one has, the more of ones own skeletons start falling out the closet and traumatizing little children, and, might I say?
God fucking damn, Donald “Ye Ol Moldy Cheeto” Drumpf, had more skeletons in his Closet-o-Crime than the Vietnam War claimed lives on both sides. Let’s… Let’s go through a few of the more sizeable bones, shall we?
you can be sure I’ve got a very big grin on my face while I’m writing this. This list contains charges against the FOTUS or the Fauxresident of these united states. I’m well aware he IS the POTUS for the time being, but we’ll see how long that lasts.
The more indepth version of this list can be found here: http://fortune.com/2018/09/21/donald-trump-lawsuit-investigation-charges-news-update/
I will be putting the first paragraph of each item in for clarity sake, credit goes to the authors of the original article. Yes, I know the easy target is “OH, SO YOU DIDN’T KNOW ALL THIS YOURSELF!?” MY repy: Meh, whatevs, here’s the source and credit where it’s due.”
1. Russian Conspiracy Investigation by Special Counsel Robert Mueller
The Mueller investigation is examining whether President Trump or those associated with him engaged in a conspiracy with elements of the Russian government to influence the outcome of the 2016 presidential election. Legally, conspiracy is a plan between two or more parties to purposely commit an unlawful act. It’s worth noting that conspiracy charges don’t require that the desired outcome be achieved.
2. Obstruction of Justice by President Trump
Due to Session’s conflicts with the Russian investigation, Deputy Attorney General Rosenstein wrote a memo used as part of the public justification for the firing of then-FBI chief James Comey. But in an interview with NBC’s Lester Holt, Trump publicly said part of the reason for firing Comey was to shut down the investigation into Russian meddling. As a result of Trump’s firing Comey, his attempts to get Sessions to reverse his recusal, and his public statements about witnesses and the investigation, Mueller is reportedly examining whether Trump obstructed justice.
3. Michael Cohen Fallout: Tax Evasion, Fraud, Campaign Violations, Lying to Congress
Michael Cohen, Trump’s long-time personal attorney, who was widely acknowledged to be his “fixer,” pleaded guilty on Aug. 21 to eight criminal charges referred by Mueller to federal prosecutors in the Southern District of New York (SDNY). While some charges relate to his own actions, his pleas swept in the president because Cohen implicated Trump directly. Cohen admitted to making two payments to adult-film stars to influence the election by preventing them from speaking publicly.
4. Appointment of Matt Whitaker as Acting Attorney General
On Nov. 19, three Democratic senators who serve on the Senate Judiciary Committee—Richard Blumenthal, Mazie Hirono, and Sheldon Whitehouse—filed a lawsuit against Trump alleging that his interim appointment of Matt Whitaker as acting attorney general violated the Constitution’s Appointments clause.
5. Lawsuits by Stephanie Clifford (Stormy Daniels) on Non-Disclosure (Active) and Defamation (Settled)
Adult-film actress and exotic dancer Stephanie Clifford (better known as Stormy Daniels) says she and President Trump had a short affair in 2006. In October 2016, Cohen, acting on behalf of Trump, paid Clifford $130,000 to agree to not disclose any details. Clifford said she accepted the money out of fear for her personal safety. Cohen pleaded guilty in August to campaign-finance violations in making this payment.
6. First Amendment Violations by PEN America over Threats to Bezos, Amazon, CNN, and Others
The literary and human-rights group, PEN America, sued the president on Oct. 16 over his statements, threats, and actions that they alleged chill and suppress the expression of free speech. The group cited a number of examples.
They point to Trump as candidate and president expressing his displeasure with the Washington Post‘s coverage of him by threatening its owner, Jeff Bezos, and his company, Amazon, in a variety of ways. This includes reported attempts to have the postmaster general dramatically increase the rate it charges to handle Amazon packages. PEN also cites Trump’s behavior around CNN, again related to his unhappiness with its reporting on him, and the Justice Department’s suit to prevent a merger between AT&T and CNN parent company Time Warner.
7. Emoluments Cases Brought by Maryland and Washington, D.C., and by Democrats
Two clauses in the Constitution forbid the president from receiving things of value, effectively barring officials from enriching themselves as a benefit of holding office. They’re effectively anti-corruption rules. The first (Article I, Section 9, Clause 8) prohibits anyone holding federal office—including the president—from receiving money, gifts, compensation (“emoluments,” or pay for services), or titles from foreign governments unless the U.S. Congress approves. The second (Article II, Section 1, Clause 7) declares the president will receive a set salary for his term of office. But he or she can’t receive compensation of any other kind from the U.S.
8. Self-Dealing and Mismanagement of the Trump Foundation
The New York State Attorney Barbara Underwood has accused the Donald J. Trump Foundation of a variety of crimes, from a lack of oversight to illegal political coordination with Trump’s presidential campaign. The criminal lawsuit, filed in June, cited many instances of self-dealing in which charity directors allegedly engaged in transactions by spending the nonprofit’s money for their own interests, such as purchasing services from the Trump Organization, paying personal legal obligations (such as lawsuit settlements), and serving political ends.
The investigation was started by Underwood’s predecessor, Eric Schneiderman. (Schneiderman resigned in May after he faced a domestic abuse and sexual abuse allegations.)
9. State Tax Law Violations by the Trump Foundation
New York’s Department of Taxation and Finance is also reportedly looking into state tax law violations by the foundation, and could refer the matter for prosecution by Attorney General Underwood. This might put the lawsuit on hold, while the criminal investigation goes forward.
10. Racketeering Lawsuit Alleges Duping Vulnerable Investors in Exchange for Secret Payments
A racketeering lawsuit against Trump, his three oldest children (Eric, Ivanka, and Don, Jr.), and the Trump Organization alleges the Trumps promoted a get-rich-scheme that defrauded vulnerable investors, and that the Trumps would have known this to be the case. It also accuses the Trumps of receiving payments not disclosed to investors.
The lawsuit was brought on behalf of four plaintiffs, and the lawyers managing the suit have petitioned to keep them pseudonymous because of “serious and legitimate security concerns given the heated political environment.”
11. Defamation Lawsuit Related to Sexual Assault Allegations by Summer Zervos
While Trump has faced numerous allegations of unwanted physical contact and sexual assault, only one lawsuit has been filed in recent years—and it was for defamation. Summer Zervos, who was a contestant in 2005 on Trump’s show, The Apprentice, claimed in 2016 that Trump had kissed her on the lips twice on one occasion and groped her breast on another. While the statute of limitations on any alleged assault or harassment has passed, Zervos sued Trump for defamation because he accused her of lying.
As with Jones v. Clinton, were this lawsuit to proceed to court, it is of less importance whether Zervos prevails than the discovery process that may require Trump to produce information and depositions. Zervos’ attorneys want documents related not just to her, but to any accusation of sexual misconduct or inappropriate touching by Trump.
12. CNN Constitutional Lawsuit over Suspending Jim Acosta’s Press Credentials (Settled)
On Nov. 7, CNN White House correspondent Jim Acosta had his press credentials suspended following a rancorous press conference held by Trump the day after the midterm elections. Acosta had asked the president a question and began to ask a follow-up when an intern tried to remove the mic Acosta was holding. Acosta held onto the mic, asked his question, then yielded it. Later that day, when he returned to the White House to film a live shot, Acosta had his “hard pass,” or long-term press credentials for expedited entry, confiscated by a Secret Service agent.
Acosta was denied a one-day press pass the following day. He was also barred from attending events the president appeared at in Europe to commemorate the centenary of the end of World War I.
After attempts by CNN for a resolution, according to the network, it sued on Nov. 13, alleging violations of the First Amendment’s protections for the press to allow free reporting on the government, and the Fifth Amendment, from a lack of due process regarding the withdrawal of Acosta’s press access. The suit also states that there was no valid basis on law outside of constitutional issues on which to suspend Acosta’s White House access.
On Nov. 8, Sanders accused Acosta of “placing his hands” on the interns, despite the ready availability of video showing he had not. Sanders then posted a doctored video published by an Infowars contributor that selectively sped up portions of the Acosta/intern interaction, added color, and zoomed in. Sanders said that was the basis of the suspension. On Nov. 13, in response to the CNN lawsuit, Sanders dropped that claim.
These are some of the more Sizeable Skeletons that donald’s attempted to hide away, and while all are going on, the basis of my anger at Donald, at it’s very core, is the fact that he won using outside means, thereby cheating at the very Democracy that this great nation is based upon, that once holy and hallowed ground by which the WILL of the American citizens determines the leadership path of this land of ours.
THAT, and that alone is the reason I’m so very against Donald Trump.
Well, that and the fact he’s being sued for disgusting reasons, has been a noted racist with indirect KKK ties through his father, which means some of that Fathely Racism rubbed off on Sonny Don, what else? Oh, yeah, everything about him except his wealth. They say money is the root of all evil, that “They have more than me, so they won’t miss it if I take my fair share that I clearly didn’t earn.” mentality, so yeah.
You COULD and SHOULD say I’m excited as hell for the results of the Mueller Report to pop into our hands as soon as possible, and you can be DAMNED sure I’m going to be making a video about what I read in it. #resist #impeachtrump
Because at this point, ANYONE, including a still twitching severed hand, is going to be better than this idiot.