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Reply #150 posted 10/01/20 6:11pm

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expect mutiple investigations into tax fraud and money laundering into trump after the election.

And with trump out of office and his rats looking to save their own necks, loose lips will further sink his ship.

its going to be nasty.

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Reply #151 posted 10/01/20 6:16pm

OnlyNDaUsa

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v10letblues said:

expect mutiple investigations into tax fraud and money laundering into trump after the election.

And with trump out of office and his rats looking to save their own necks, loose lips will further sink his ship.

its going to be nasty.

not

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Reply #152 posted 10/01/20 7:04pm

JoeyC

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Astasheiks said:

benni said:

Trump looks pretty resigned here:


https://www.facebook.com/...0cTeNLhSV1

He looks like a defeated dog! smile razz

i usually don't say stuff like this(stank comment), but fuck trump. Dude looks like he stinks. if he was poor or middle class and wearing jeans and a tee shirt, and acting like he does, people would avoid him like the plague. He'd be like one of them incel people or a male cat lady. wink eek cool



Fuck $750! flag


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Reply #153 posted 10/01/20 7:19pm

IanRG

OnlyNDaUsa said:

v10letblues said:

expect mutiple investigations into tax fraud and money laundering into trump after the election.

And with trump out of office and his rats looking to save their own necks, loose lips will further sink his ship.

its going to be nasty.

not

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Even if it does not, we can expect yet another round trump businesses going backrupt and the rest going through dubious refinancing arrangements due to his high debt and miss-management.

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Reply #154 posted 10/02/20 10:04am

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Oh, Ivanka! lol

https://www.cnn.com/2020/...gfooterold


"Mr. Trump reduced his taxable income by treating a family member as a consultant, and then deducting the fee as a cost of doing business.


"The 'consultants' are not identified in the tax records. But evidence of this arrangement was gleaned by comparing the confidential tax records to the financial disclosures Ivanka Trump filed when she joined the White House staff in 2017. Ms. Trump reported receiving payments from a consulting company she co-owned, totaling $747,622, that exactly matched consulting fees claimed as tax deductions by the Trump Organization for hotel projects in Vancouver and Hawaii.

"Ms. Trump had been an executive officer of the Trump companies that received profits from and paid the consulting fees for both projects — meaning she appears to have been treated as a consultant on the same hotel deals that she helped manage as part of her job at her father's business."
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Reply #155 posted 10/03/20 1:10am

SoulAlive

the lovely and very talented Stormy Daniels (Trump's former mistress)

Image may contain: 1 person, meme, text that says 'I GOT MORE MONEY OUT OF DONALD TRUMP AM WARD igfip THAN THE FEDERAL GOVERNMENT GOT IN 10 YEARS.'

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Reply #156 posted 10/03/20 7:17am

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You cannot say you used the system but say you are against that same system. Bernie Sanders is at least consistant.

All you others say Hell Yea!! woot!
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Reply #157 posted 10/03/20 11:33am

v10letblues

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2freaky4church1 said:

You cannot say you used the system but say you are against that same system. Bernie Sanders is at least consistant.

Say what you want about Bernies political views, but he seems like a decent human being compared to most everyone else in politics.

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Reply #158 posted 10/03/20 4:50pm

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v10letblues said:

2freaky4church1 said:

You cannot say you used the system but say you are against that same system. Bernie Sanders is at least consistant.

Say what you want about Bernies political views, but he seems like a decent human being compared to most everyone else in politics.

nod

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Reply #159 posted 10/04/20 6:34pm

OnlyNDaUsa

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tax experts are saying it is all legit and nothing that looks like it could be a crime. the IRS may ask for some support but everything they see in what was illegally published is well within the law and in fact he seems to have been on the safe side.

a few points: paying his wife a consulting fee is legal and that all the taxes would be paid on that in fact it was likely a net tax increase.

the $750 was likley not a tax bill...

all the taxes and loses and depreciation will all get taxed someday...

the losses are roll overs which even normal people do....

point by point there was nothing at all criminal

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Reply #160 posted 10/04/20 7:05pm

v10letblues

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OnlyNDaUsa said:

tax experts are saying it is all legit and nothing that looks like it could be a crime. the IRS may ask for some support but everything they see in what was illegally published is well within the law and in fact he seems to have been on the safe side.

a few points: paying his wife a consulting fee is legal and that all the taxes would be paid on that in fact it was likely a net tax increase.

the $750 was likley not a tax bill...

all the taxes and loses and depreciation will all get taxed someday...

the losses are roll overs which even normal people do....

point by point there was nothing at all criminal

Tax experts say otherwise.

The IRS is full of tax experts (wild hunch). They have yet to clear him of tax fraud.

Tax experts expect trump to be charged with fraud and possibly face prison after the election when is not protected by the office for prosecution.

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Reply #161 posted 10/04/20 7:08pm

IanRG

OnlyNDaUsa said:

tax experts are saying it is all legit and nothing that looks like it could be a crime. the IRS may ask for some support but everything they see in what was illegally published is well within the law and in fact he seems to have been on the safe side.

a few points: paying his wife a consulting fee is legal and that all the taxes would be paid on that in fact it was likely a net tax increase.

the $750 was likley not a tax bill...

all the taxes and loses and depreciation will all get taxed someday...

the losses are roll overs which even normal people do....

point by point there was nothing at all criminal

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Unless it is proven that he commited tax evasion and fraud by overstating deductions, adjustments and credits or understating income - The very things you said were not crimes.

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And this from a long retired H&R Block temp with a self-confessed inability to do their own taxes without regular basic corrections by the IRS.

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Reply #162 posted 10/09/20 11:09am

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Tax records expose more than $21 million in highly unusual payments from the Las Vegas hotel Donald Trump owns with Phil Ruffin, routed through other Trump companies and paid out in cash.

Donald J. Trump needed money.

His “self-funded” presidential campaign was short on funds, and he was struggling to win over leery Republican donors. His golf courses and the hotel he would soon open in the Old Post Office in Washington were eating away at what cash he had left on hand, his tax records show.

And in early 2016, Deutsche Bank, the last big lender still doing business with him, unexpectedly turned down his request for a loan. The funds, Mr. Trump had told his bankers, would help shore up his Turnberry golf resort in Scotland. Some bankers feared the money would instead be diverted to his campaign.

That January, Mr. Trump sold a lot of stock — $11.1 million worth. He sold another $11.8 million worth in February, and $7.5 million in March. In April, he sold $8.1 million more.

And the president’s long-hidden tax records, ...ork Times, also reveal this: how he engineered a sudden financial windfall — more than $21 million in what experts describe as highly unusual one-off payments from the Las Vegas hotel he owns with his friend the casino mogul Phil Ruffin.

In previous articles on the tax records, The Times has reported that, in all but a few years since 2000, chronic business losses and aggressive accounting strategies have allowed Mr. Trump to largely avoid paying federal income taxes. And while the hundreds of millions of dollars earned from “The Apprentice” and his attendant celebrity rescued his business career, those riches, together with the marketing power of the Trump brand, were ebbing when he announced his 2016 presidential run.

The new findings, part of The Times’s continuing investigation, cast light on Mr. Trump’s financial maneuverings in that time of fiscal turmoil and unlikely political victory. Indeed, they may offer a hint to one of the enduring mysteries of his campaign: In its waning days, as his own giving had slowed to a trickle, Mr. Trump contributed $10 million, leaving many people wondering where the burst of cash had come from.

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Reply #163 posted 10/12/20 8:54am

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I think it was in this thread that someone was laughing in my face at the idea that radical centrism could exist, here's the much missed David Graeber briefly discussing the idea eloquently.

"I think people ought to know that we're anti-fascist, we're anti-violence, we're anti-racist and we're pro-creative. We're against ignorance."
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Reply #164 posted 10/12/20 8:21pm

SoulAlive

in any case,Trump should be scared.The chickens are coming home to roost.
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Reply #165 posted 10/12/20 9:06pm

SoulAlive

v10letblues said:

expect mutiple investigations into tax fraud and money laundering into trump after the election.


And with trump out of office and his rats looking to save their own necks, loose lips will further sink his ship.


its going to be nasty.



Yeah,this could get ugly for him.
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Reply #166 posted 10/13/20 10:36am

2elijah

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SoulAlive said:

v10letblues said:

expect mutiple investigations into tax fraud and money laundering into trump after the election.


And with trump out of office and his rats looking to save their own necks, loose lips will further sink his ship.


its going to be nasty.



Yeah,this could get ugly for him.

His orange jumpsuit patiently waiting for him.
Always smile in the face of adversity. smile
#NOFEAR
#BIDEN/HARRIS!!!
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Reply #167 posted 10/13/20 12:00pm

maplenpg

jaawwnn said:

I think it was in this thread that someone was laughing in my face at the idea that radical centrism could exist, here's the much missed David Graeber briefly discussing the idea eloquently.

Thanks for the link, he was a great man. The video below it by George Monbiot below it was an interesting watch too.

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Reply #168 posted 10/13/20 1:08pm

SoulAlive

JoeyC said:

Astasheiks said:

He looks like a defeated dog! smile razz

i usually don't say stuff like this(stank comment), but fuck trump. Dude looks like he stinks. if he was poor or middle class and wearing jeans and a tee shirt, and acting like he does, people would avoid him like the plague. He'd be like one of them incel people or a male cat lady. wink eek cool



Fuck $750! flag


lol

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Reply #169 posted 10/13/20 2:21pm

SoulAlive

2elijah said:

SoulAlive said:
Yeah,this could get ugly for him.
His orange jumpsuit patiently waiting for him.

lol

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Reply #170 posted 10/19/20 12:54pm

TruthBomb

Yep Good thing Joe Biden looks good in orange

SoulAlive said:



2elijah said:


SoulAlive said:
Yeah,this could get ugly for him.

His orange jumpsuit patiently waiting for him.


lol

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