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Thread started 01/03/19 3:03pm

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Possible Crimes at Trump's Golf Course - Immigration Fraud

Well........... this should be interesting.

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https://www.cbsnews.com/l...ion-fraud/

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Reply #1 posted 01/04/19 7:50am

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WowWowWow, why am I not surprised? His wife was illegal before she was "legal".

https://patch.com/new-jersey/freehold/s/gl7oq/trump-nj-golf-club-allegedly-hid-immigrants-secret-service

Trump NJ Golf Club Allegedly Hid Immigrants From Secret Service

President Trump's NJ golf club could be in more trouble as an alleged FBI probe continues.

Supervisors kept undocumented workers at President Trump's New Jersey golf club off a Secret Service vetting list when Trump visited the club two years ago, according to reports and an attorney representing the workers.

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Reply #2 posted 01/04/19 1:33pm

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poppys said:

WowWowWow, why am I not surprised? His wife was illegal before she was "legal".

https://patch.com/new-jersey/freehold/s/gl7oq/trump-nj-golf-club-allegedly-hid-immigrants-secret-service

Trump NJ Golf Club Allegedly Hid Immigrants From Secret Service

President Trump's NJ golf club could be in more trouble as an alleged FBI probe continues.

Supervisors kept undocumented workers at President Trump's New Jersey golf club off a Secret Service vetting list when Trump visited the club two years ago, according to reports and an attorney representing the workers.

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Reply #3 posted 01/04/19 1:48pm

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most if not ALL of the 'crimes' uncovered by the made up Russia-nothing-burger would have never been found if not for this total fishing expedition.


that being said: it is like the drug mule... if you want to smuggle 1000 pounds of coke across the country... make sure your car is right and do not break any traffic laws... Right?


In other words: they know they are under a microscope as such they ought to not break any laws.



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Reply #4 posted 01/04/19 4:39pm

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LOCK HIM UP!

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Reply #5 posted 01/05/19 12:26pm

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OnlyNDaUsa said:

most if not ALL of the 'crimes' uncovered by the made up Russia-nothing-burger would have never been found if not for this total fishing expedition.


that being said: it is like the drug mule... if you want to smuggle 1000 pounds of coke across the country... make sure your car is right and do not break any traffic laws... Right?


In other words: they know they are under a microscope as such they ought to not break any laws.




If it is a "made up Russia-nothing-burger" why did so many people lie about it? Why did so many on Trump's campaign lie about their ties to Russia? Here is what Papadopolous lied about:


a. Defendant PAPADOPOULOS claimed that his interactions with an overseas professor, who defendant PAPADOPOULOS understood to have substantial connections to Russian government officials, occurred before defendant PAP ADOPOULOS became a foreign policy adviser to the Campaign. Defendant PAPADOPOULOS acknowledged that the professor had told him about the Russians possessing "dirt" on then-candidate Hillary Clinton in the form of"thousands of emails," but stated multiple times that he learned that information prior to joining the Campaign. In truth and in fact, however, defendant PAPADOPOULOS learned he would be an advisor to the Campaign in early March, and met the professor on or about March 14, 2016; the professor only took interest in defendant PAPADOPOULOS because of his status with the Campaign; and the professor told defendant PAPADOPOULOS about the "thousands of emails" on or about April 26, 2016, when defendant PAPADOPOULOS had been a foreign policy adviser to the Campaign for over a month.

b. Defendant PAPADOPOULOS further told the investigating agents that the professor was "a nothing" and "just a guy talk[ing] up connections or something." In truth and in fact, however, defendant PAPADOPOULOS understood that the professor had substantial connections to Russian government officials (and had met with some ofthose officials in Moscow immediately prior to telling defendant PAPADOPOULOS about the "thousands of emails") and, over a period of months, defendant PAPADOPOULOS repeatedly sought to use the professor's Russian connections in an effort to arrange a meeting between the Campaign and Russian government officials.

c. Defendant PAPADOPOULOS claimed he met a certain female Russian national before he joined the Campaign and that their communications consisted of emails such as, '"Hi , how are you?"' In truth and in fact, however, defendant PAPADOPOULOS met the female Russian national on or about March 24, 2016, after he had become an adviser to the Campaign; he believed that she had connections to Russian government officials; and he sought to use her Russian connections over a period ofmonths in an effort to arrange a meeting between the Campaign and Russian government officials.

3. Through his false statements and omissions, defendant PAPADOPOULOS impeded the FBI 's ongoing investigation into the existence of any links or coordination between individuals associated with the Campaign and the Russian government' s efforts to interfere with the 2016 presidential election.


Doesn't sound like a "made up Russia-nothing-burger" to me. If were made up, then there would have been no indictments, no guilty pleas, no convictions. However, there have been:


Five former Trump advisers, 26 Russian nationals, three Russian companies, one California man, and one London-based lawyer. Seven of these people (including now all five former Trump aides) have pleaded guilty.

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Reply #6 posted 01/05/19 12:57pm

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OnlyNDaUsa said:

most if not ALL of the 'crimes' uncovered by the made up Russia-nothing-burger would have never been found if not for this total fishing expedition.


that being said: it is like the drug mule... if you want to smuggle 1000 pounds of coke across the country... make sure your car is right and do not break any traffic laws... Right?


In other words: they know they are under a microscope as such they ought to not break any laws.




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Reply #7 posted 01/05/19 1:10pm

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2elijah said:

OnlyNDaUsa said:

most if not ALL of the 'crimes' uncovered by the made up Russia-nothing-burger would have never been found if not for this total fishing expedition.


that being said: it is like the drug mule... if you want to smuggle 1000 pounds of coke across the country... make sure your car is right and do not break any traffic laws... Right?


In other words: they know they are under a microscope as such they ought to not break any laws.



Lock him up!!!

maybe if we are going to hold everyone else to the same standard... that is IF he gave the order...

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Reply #8 posted 01/05/19 1:27pm

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Lock him up!!!

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Reply #9 posted 01/05/19 2:31pm

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Prison is just a matter of time. Even the right is giving up on him.

All you others say Hell Yea!! woot!
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Reply #10 posted 01/05/19 2:33pm

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He probably should have been in jail years ago, for all the shady shit he's been doing in his lifetime

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Reply #11 posted 01/05/19 7:23pm

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benni said:

OnlyNDaUsa said:

most if not ALL of the 'crimes' uncovered by the made up Russia-nothing-burger would have never been found if not for this total fishing expedition.


that being said: it is like the drug mule... if you want to smuggle 1000 pounds of coke across the country... make sure your car is right and do not break any traffic laws... Right?


In other words: they know they are under a microscope as such they ought to not break any laws.




If it is a "made up Russia-nothing-burger" why did so many people lie about it? Why did so many on Trump's campaign lie about their ties to Russia? Here is what Papadopolous lied about:


a. Defendant PAPADOPOULOS claimed that his interactions with an overseas professor, who defendant PAPADOPOULOS understood to have substantial connections to Russian government officials, occurred before defendant PAP ADOPOULOS became a foreign policy adviser to the Campaign. Defendant PAPADOPOULOS acknowledged that the professor had told him about the Russians possessing "dirt" on then-candidate Hillary Clinton in the form of"thousands of emails," but stated multiple times that he learned that information prior to joining the Campaign. In truth and in fact, however, defendant PAPADOPOULOS learned he would be an advisor to the Campaign in early March, and met the professor on or about March 14, 2016; the professor only took interest in defendant PAPADOPOULOS because of his status with the Campaign; and the professor told defendant PAPADOPOULOS about the "thousands of emails" on or about April 26, 2016, when defendant PAPADOPOULOS had been a foreign policy adviser to the Campaign for over a month.

b. Defendant PAPADOPOULOS further told the investigating agents that the professor was "a nothing" and "just a guy talk[ing] up connections or something." In truth and in fact, however, defendant PAPADOPOULOS understood that the professor had substantial connections to Russian government officials (and had met with some ofthose officials in Moscow immediately prior to telling defendant PAPADOPOULOS about the "thousands of emails") and, over a period of months, defendant PAPADOPOULOS repeatedly sought to use the professor's Russian connections in an effort to arrange a meeting between the Campaign and Russian government officials.

c. Defendant PAPADOPOULOS claimed he met a certain female Russian national before he joined the Campaign and that their communications consisted of emails such as, '"Hi , how are you?"' In truth and in fact, however, defendant PAPADOPOULOS met the female Russian national on or about March 24, 2016, after he had become an adviser to the Campaign; he believed that she had connections to Russian government officials; and he sought to use her Russian connections over a period ofmonths in an effort to arrange a meeting between the Campaign and Russian government officials.

3. Through his false statements and omissions, defendant PAPADOPOULOS impeded the FBI 's ongoing investigation into the existence of any links or coordination between individuals associated with the Campaign and the Russian government' s efforts to interfere with the 2016 presidential election.


Doesn't sound like a "made up Russia-nothing-burger" to me. If were made up, then there would have been no indictments, no guilty pleas, no convictions. However, there have been:


Five former Trump advisers, 26 Russian nationals, three Russian companies, one California man, and one London-based lawyer. Seven of these people (including now all five former Trump aides) have pleaded guilty.

Facts don't matter to his ignorant sycophants.

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Reply #12 posted 01/06/19 5:04pm

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jjhunsecker said:

He probably should have been in jail years ago, for all the shady shit he's been doing in his lifetime


Agreed. He just got away with it.

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Reply #13 posted 01/06/19 6:59pm

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luv4u said:

jjhunsecker said:

He probably should have been in jail years ago, for all the shady shit he's been doing in his lifetime


Agreed. He just got away with it.

And he continues to get away with it. Trash vomit.

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Reply #14 posted 01/06/19 11:08pm

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LOCK HIM UP!

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