Father son crimes are the new Orange. Trump and little Don Jr, Michael Flynn and little Mike Junior, Chris Collins and his little Cameron, all set the trend. Someone should warn Jarvanka... although at this point it would be as good as throwing a life preserver at a beached whale's head— too little, too late. … Continue reading Trends in GOP Nepotism
“Today, we announce criminal charges against Christopher Collins, a United States congressman. Congressman Collins is charged with insider trading and lying to the FBI," ~US Attorney Geoffrey Berman of the Southern District of New York cnn.it/2AS7ikX Representative Chris Collins (R-NY), Trump’s earliest congressional supporter, who jumped on team Trump on February 24, 2016, and who … Continue reading Chris Collins, First In, First Out
Mueller has what he needs to prosecute them all— coffee boys to vice coffee boy, to the president of all U.S. coffee boys. The State of New York has enough on Trump's financial crimes to take down the whole fam damily. I'm tired of this. What is the hold up? The complicit GOP continues to … Continue reading Where is the Outcry?
It has been widely reported this week that Trump’s (former) Attorney, Frank Dowd, floated the idea of blanket pardons for Mike L(LockHerUp) Flynn and Paul W(WorksForPutin) Manafort, although he denies it. A blanket pardon for both Manafort and Flynn... how warm and fuzzy, but I think they should have their own, incase they don’t get … Continue reading A Pardon Won’t Help
Rather than offer support for New Yorkers this morning, in the wake of an attempted terrorist subway attack having occurred less than an hour prior, Donald Trump attacked the New York Times. Rather than address allegations of sexual assault by sixteen women, Donald Trump called his accusers liars and disparaged their appearance. Rather than condemn … Continue reading Donald Trump’s Prioriies
Today I offer a Spanish Proverb for your rumination on this good Sunday, November 5, 2017— “When we free the eggs we will see.” It has been almost a week since Special Prosecutor Robert Mueller’s first indictments. As has been widely reported, Paul Manafort was released to home confinement upon posting $10 million bail. Apparently … Continue reading Paul Manafort Wants to Travel