annatar1914 wrote:Some people in the Obama/Clinton Administration already have ''get out of jail free'' cards, others will be expected to fall on their swords once the musical chairs game ends, and end soon it will. Epstein won't be the last, just as he wasn't the first.
I suspect Comey is one that walks, because he should have already been charged. If he's charged, it's going to be for a coup against the state, for which he probably doesn't have a get-out-of-jail-free card.
annatar1914 wrote:Without any doubt whatsoever, President Trump will be President for a second term, and it will be not only his enemies who put him in there as in 2016 but also a real surge of his friends and followers. And again our liberal friends will be scratching their heads and wondering why and how it happened. The ones who control them to a great extent now, the Chinese, they know exactly why, not being utter fools... But all-too-happy to use fools, that's for certain.
I'm inclined to agree.
Tainari88 wrote:You know Relampaguito? What is going to happen with the SCOTUS court case of releasing his taxes? I happen to think the court with Kavanaugh and G man and the other conservatives are all going to kiss his ass and let him keep everything sealed.
No one will have access to Trump's taxes.
Frankly, I have no idea. The statutory wording says Congress gets to examine the returns. However, it was written well before the Privacy Act, which says that a person's tax returns are private. The request for Trump's tax returns are not to examine them from a legislative perspective, but rather to reveal them to the public for political purposes--which is plain as day, and also unlawful.
What does the court do? I can see a number of options.
1. Court rules against Trump.
2. Court rules against Trump, but delays granting tax returns until after the election--thereby thwarting the goal of making them a weapon during an election.
3. #2, but only one person is permitted to see them. If they are leaked, that person is charged with violating the Privacy Act.
4. Court rules in favor of Trump, citing Privacy Act.
5. Court rules in favor of Trump, citing improper motive for a request of returns since they aren't for a legislative purpose, but rather a political purpose.
Tainari88 wrote:About Trump winning the elections? As this pandemic drags on and the economy tanks and the unemployment claims pile up without a check in the mail, his supporters get disillusioned.
Get disillusioned with whom? Is Trump purposefully tanking the economy? No. It's mostly blue states that want to maintain a lockdown. It's mostly blue states that have come up with insane rulings like you can't buy seeds, or you can't buy paint. Even a green weenie hero like Elon Musk is tired of the shutdown, and he's being restricted by an unelected county health official. The special election for Katie Hill's vacated seat was just won by a Mike Garcia (R) in a district won by Hillary Clinton in California. That's not something that should make Trump nervous.
"If you have a problem figuring out whether you’re for me or Trump, then you ain’t black."
-- Joe Biden to DJ Charlamagne tha God