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Trump indictment won’t keep him from presidential race

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After all that has happened in plain view and with his treasonous activity, cruelty, immaturity, vanity, deluded ego and selfishness clearly visible in living color - why would anyone support, endorse or vote for this evil violent antichrist fascist piece of garbage?

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@starpunk, relax he's not president. He lost. You can get over it now. The only way he could ever be in a position to threaten us with his violent antichrist fascist treasonous activity would be if the current administration did so poorly and the economy was suffering so much that people saw trump as a response to poor governance by the establishment. But that won't happen. Biden is literally the best president the US has ever had and he's definitely going to server another term.

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he is obstacle for recent US gov and their plans.

so need be removed,this or in either way.

no science needed.

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Trump indictment won’t keep him from presidential race

The race to fleece his supporters out of every last buck they own?

You bet, that race won't ever end...even when he's sharing a Rikers Island cell with his buddy Weissellberg...

MAGA - Many Americans Grifted Again (and Again)...

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How are things down in the rabbit hole bass4funk?

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I am looking forward to him seeking asylum from his buddy Putin.

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Not that I want to see it; but somehow him fighting through these cases and at the same time winning the election would be quite entertaining. Wouldn't be funny though.

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Trump has two much more serious indictments possible, willful obstruction of justice in hiding classified documents and conspiracy, election tampering in Georgia.

The latter could very well be argued as “insurrection and rebellion against the United States,” which, if convicted, would disqualify him from holding office per the 14th Amendment.

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How are things down in the rabbit hole bass4funk?

I wouldn't know, ask the Democrats, they're looking down through it.

I am looking forward to him seeking asylum from his buddy Putin.

So that means that in the future when the party changes Biden will seek asylum with Xi or Zulenskyy?

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Trump 'Extremely Angry’ and His Team Is in Disarray Over Indictment

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Trump has two much more serious indictments possible, willful obstruction of justice in hiding classified documents and conspiracy, election tampering in Georgia.

The latter could very well be argued as “insurrection and rebellion against the United States,” which, if convicted, would disqualify him from holding office per the 14th Amendment.

So far it seems all the cases are weak particularly the documents case because Biden was accused of the same thing and if the DA goes after Trump and not after Biden, who might I add had classified documents as a sitting VP his lawyers will have a very good argument to make, out all these bogus cases, the protest and questioning the voter irregularities,  the one that could potentially give the former President a hiccup would be the Georgia case, maybe.

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Willful obstruction, false affidavits, conspiracy to obstruct are different and are a felony.

18 U.S. Code § 1519 

“ Whoever knowingly alters, destroys, mutilates, conceals, covers up, falsifies, or makes a false entry in any record, document, or tangible object with the intent to impede, obstruct, or influence the investigation or proper administration of any matter within the jurisdiction of any department or agency of the United States or any case filed under title 11, or in relation to or contemplation of any such matter or case, shall be fined under this title, imprisoned not more than 20 years, or both.”

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Socialist Eugene V Debs ran for president while in prison.

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Peter NeilToday  02:32 am JST

Willful obstruction, false affidavits, conspiracy to obstruct are different and are a felony.

18 U.S. Code § 1519 

The feds decided not to pursue this fairy-tale.

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Willful obstruction, false affidavits, conspiracy to obstruct are different and are a felony.

18 U.S. Code § 1519 

"Willful" which means intent, there is no way that Bragg can prove that. What a joke this guy is.

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CPTOMOToday  04:48 am JST

Peter NeilToday  02:32 am JST

Willful obstruction, false affidavits, conspiracy to obstruct are different and are a felony.

“The feds decided not to pursue this fairy-tale.”

What the heck are you talking about? I’m talking about the ongoing grand jury with Special Counsel Jack Smith on Trump’s obstruction of the return of classified documents. That’s going to be a slam dunk conviction of a felony.

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Ever the grifter, he is using this latest indictment to raise funds for himself. A man without shame, at least he is predictable.

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1glennApr. 3  04:41 pm JST

I am looking forward to him seeking asylum from his buddy Putin.

Not his 'buddy' Putin. His MASTER.

Peter NeilToday  02:32 am JST

Willful obstruction, false affidavits, conspiracy to obstruct are different and are a felony.

18 U.S. Code § 1519 

“ Whoever knowingly alters, destroys, mutilates, conceals, covers up, falsifies, or makes a false entry in any record, document, or tangible object with the intent to impede, obstruct, or influence the investigation or proper administration of any matter within the jurisdiction of any department or agency of the United States or any case filed under title 11, or in relation to or contemplation of any such matter or case, shall be fined under this title, imprisoned not more than 20 years, or both.”

tRump has done all these felonies and many more.

The latter could very well be argued as “insurrection and rebellion against the United States,” which, if convicted, would disqualify him from holding office per the 14th Amendment.

That J6 stunt was an insurrection attempt for sure. I saw it LIVE. It says it all. And tRump never ever had the qualifications for any office, let alone the WH.

And I wouldn't even open the car door for this arrogant antichrist. Hell, I wouldn't even drive for him, he might've tried to strangle me.

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he is obstacle for recent US gov and their plans.

so need be removed,this or in either way.

That's a bingo! And most of the Americans supporting this sham think the government is their friend. There's a North Korean level of situational awareness.

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Trump indictment won’t keep him from presidential race

This is a fact.

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It will if he's not nominated.

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