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Posted in: Ex-Trump lawyer Giuliani ordered to pay $148 mil for defaming poll workers See in context

you want to believe the charges against him to be valid

We don't have to believe anything. That is why we have courts.

there are many of us that don’t feel that the charges were warranted

Because Trump people worship Trump. Courts don't - they feel nothing and go with the evidence and facts. That is the important difference between Trump people and the courts.

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Posted in: Ex-Trump lawyer Giuliani ordered to pay $148 mil for defaming poll workers See in context

I saw the same about Hunter but….

Who cares about Hunter? Hunter is not running for president and it a nobody.

Why do I have to take their word for it?

Because the courts said so.

According to......?

The courts

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Posted in: Ex-Trump lawyer Giuliani ordered to pay $148 mil for defaming poll workers See in context

Message to Trump people: You are not a true Trump person if you don't help Ruby out financially. No helping Ruby = Non Trump person!

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Posted in: Biden impeachment inquiry authorized by House Republicans, despite lack of evidence See in context

Impeachment is political and not based on any evidence. But Trump (as a non-president) is in criminal jeopardy due to criminal evidence and the courts don't care about politics.

they would have secured the border already

Fact: The left deport more. Look at the numbers Trump vs the recent two Dems.

 But Hunter...

...is not running for President. Why cares about Hunter?

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Posted in: Musk restores X account of conspiracy theorist Alex Jones See in context

You don’t use the platform

I don't. But more importantly Trump doesn't. If Trump doesn't use it, then it must mean that X is no good.

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Posted in: Musk restores X account of conspiracy theorist Alex Jones See in context

Elon never wanted to buy X and the courts forced him to

Trump does not use X

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Posted in: Musk restores X account of conspiracy theorist Alex Jones See in context

any of you even use X?

Does Trump?

Aaron's death was related to the vaccine is unsubstantiated

MTG says there are nano chips in the vaccine

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Posted in: Musk restores X account of conspiracy theorist Alex Jones See in context

Has zero to do with Alex Jones returning to X.

But Trump is not returning to X

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Posted in: Musk restores X account of conspiracy theorist Alex Jones See in context

lower the a company's ESG rating

But this was not a problem before Musk. Musk has no mouth filter and calls lots of people pedophiles like Vern Unsworth. Musk has hair plugs but Unsworth doesn't. Why are Trump people so obsessed with pedophiles? Why did Musk call Unsworth a pedophile?

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Posted in: Musk restores X account of conspiracy theorist Alex Jones See in context

That’s his platform, if Modi doesn’t like it, you have threads, TikTok

Well Trump doesn't like it and Trump is not back at X even though Musk allowed Trump back in.

Enough of them out there.

Exactly. Trump made TrumpBook all for himself since he's not returning to Musk's X. If your name is Mike then you can make MikeBook for example all for yourself. Why is everyone complaining? Now the big question has to do with advertisers. Will they return? Also Andrew Tate promised millions and millions to help X.

Also remember that Musk never wanted to buy Twitter. The courts forced him to.

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Posted in: Japan to introduce electronic arrest warrants, interrogation records See in context

So defendant will be able to connect online from their summer house in Lebanon?

Carlos might have gotten a suspended sentence anyway or minimal prison time (would have been a free man a long time ago). Now he's a wanted man forever. Don't forget that Japan's sentence guidelines are some of the easiest in the world in terms of durations. You murder someone in this country - or sell drugs- you won't get that much time compared to the USA. Yevgeniy Vasilievich Bayraktar for example only got 8 years for what he did (what if it was Texas?) Madoff would have gotten not more than 10~15 years for example.

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Posted in: With outburst, Musk puts X's survival in the balance See in context

Elon bought Twitter because he values free speech

That's just opinion.

But the (legal) fact is he was forced to buy Twitter by the courts. You cannot argue against a fact. The courts ordered Elon to buy Twitter for 44 big ones.

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Posted in: With outburst, Musk puts X's survival in the balance See in context

Remember.....

(1) Musk never wanted to buy Twitter in the first place and was forced to by the courts

(2) Musk bought Twitter so Trump could return..... but Trump never did

(3) Twitter is the size of a mouse compared to Meta, YouTube, and Ticktock

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Posted in: Walmart latest big advertiser to pull out of Musk's X amid widening concerns over hate speech, reach See in context

Absolutely.

But Trump refuses to return to Twitter/X. Musk as failed because Trump won't return.

Love to see Walmart go under.

Then where will Trump people shop?

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Posted in: Musk visits Israel to meet top leaders as accusations of antisemitism on X grow See in context

Trump being silenced by the previous owners? Why?

The real Why? is why doesn't Trump return to X under Elon's leadership?

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Posted in: Musk visits Israel to meet top leaders as accusations of antisemitism on X grow See in context

Yes, he does.

Who cares? It's a private business. It's not the government. Non Trump people don't complain about Trump's TrumpBook social media platform? Don't like it, you are free to use the available tools to make your own social media site like Trump did. And how come Trump does not return to X/Twitter? That is really weird.

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Posted in: Musk visits Israel to meet top leaders as accusations of antisemitism on X grow See in context

Yeah, now on X...

(and)

both sides than previous ownership...

...which used to be Twitter (that Musk was forced to buy by the courts) Musk has lost billions (tens of). Remember, Musk never actually wanted to buy Twitter. The courts forced him to.

Andrew Tate has offered Elon Musk $1 million a month to advertise X, formerly known as Twitter.

(news source)

How is that working out? Musk got into this situation since he was starving for attention from Trump people. It's strange that Trump people hate electric cars but they like Musk. Why is that? It's really weird. But Trump people hate Bill Gates but regularly use Microsoft. That is really weird inconsistent behavior. Why do Trump people do that?

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Posted in: Fears of political violence growing in U.S. as 2024 campaign heats up and conspiracy theories evolve See in context

Anyway as Jan 6 fades

Nothing fades when it comes to the courts

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Posted in: Fears of political violence growing in U.S. as 2024 campaign heats up and conspiracy theories evolve See in context

Dems pardon criminals all the time, look at blue states and how many criminals we let go by radical progressive DAs.

You can't do that in Trump's GA case. Pardons don't work in states.The GA governor (a MAGA man) is doing nothing for Trump

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Posted in: Fears of political violence growing in U.S. as 2024 campaign heats up and conspiracy theories evolve See in context

Yep

That's right. Hannity ana Tucker forced to pay billions for lying about it. Fox news agreed to this settlement

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Posted in: Fears of political violence growing in U.S. as 2024 campaign heats up and conspiracy theories evolve See in context

mostly undercover Feds incited

Like when undercover cops pretend to be drug dealers. The undercover cop did nothing illegal just like the feds did nothing illegal. Also if what the feds did was so bad (again just doing their job) why didn't Stewart Rhode's attorney bring this up in Rhode's trial?

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Posted in: Fears of political violence growing in U.S. as 2024 campaign heats up and conspiracy theories evolve See in context

mostly undercover Feds incited.

So? This happens all the time like when feds pretend to be evil agents recruiting terrorists like this story:

https://theintercept.com/2015/03/16/howthefbicreatedaterrorist/

The proud boys were stupid enough to fall for it. They were just doing their jobs and Trump and Stewart Rhodes are busted.

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Posted in: Trump's lawyers want mistrial in New York civil fraud case, claiming judge is biased See in context

 there are still lots of feeble-minded folk who actually believe this boy.

Grand juries don't. They don't care when Alina says Trump is the best president since Lincoln in front of TV cameras (she really said this on TV). Grand juries base their decisions on legal fact.

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Posted in: Trump's lawyers want mistrial in New York civil fraud case, claiming judge is biased See in context

He said it himself years ago....

....and he's busted with 91 counts. He would have to win 91 times on both the state and federal level. And Trump people are suckers for sending him lots of money to pay for legal fees.

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Posted in: Trump's lawyers want mistrial in New York civil fraud case, claiming judge is biased See in context

Remember that Trump is facing 91 counts in multiple multiple jurisdictions. He will have to be president behind bars. He could get house arrest, but the problem is he will violate it and end up behind bars where he can conduct his presidential activities with secret service protecting him. Trump people are like Jim Jones followers and would die for him. They don't even want another Republican. It's Trump and only Trump. It's always been about Trump. It's about Trump now and it will always be about Trump.

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Posted in: Ivanka Trump testifies she wasn't involved in documents central to her father's civil fraud trial See in context

All this back and forth glee over something that just exists until the appeals court the next day - then starts it all over.

times 91. Then is there an appeals court for the appeals court? Trump people are all Jim Jones about Trump. Why not write this psycho off and go with another Republican? There are some I vote for. Romney seems to be decent. Christie. Others. Trump people just want Trump and MTG.

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Posted in: Ivanka Trump testifies she wasn't involved in documents central to her father's civil fraud trial See in context

True and now many businesses are leaving and moving to Texas, Florida and Tennessee.

Is Trump doing this?

Well, you can build a new one

Is Trump going to do this?

Trump has 91 felonies against him.

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Posted in: 25 alleged fraudsters detained in Cambodia to be extradited to Japan See in context

Man look at those serious faces. Those criminals are getting ready for a world of hurt and I am fine with that. But this is getting bad. All those poor seniors (and this is in the world - not only in Japan) getting their hard earned savings scammed from them.

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Posted in: 5 arrested for shinkansen ticket fraud; damage may total ¥300 mil See in context

So who foots the bill when a thief uses your credit card or its number to illegally buy stuff? The short answer is it’s typically the merchant where you bought something or the bank that issued the credit card. It depends on the circumstances.

https://www.nerdwallet.com/article/credit-cards/merchants-victims-credit-card-fraud

If someone has other info feel free to let us know

JR didn't do anything wrong so I don't think they would

Reimbursements don't grow on trees. The card holders were charged back so they didn't lose. It's either JR or the banks or both.

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Posted in: 5 arrested for shinkansen ticket fraud; damage may total ¥300 mil See in context

....if any ill gotten goods are not clawed back and in this case JR in effect issued tickets without being paid

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