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Counting down to midnight on the 31st for this prediction:


https://twitter.com/MichaelAvenatti/status/1050373253619806209

Tis the season...

...for cyclocross....

Best Lawn Display Near Me


May you and yours enjoy Christmas blessings as the Buddhas gather around Cindy Lou Who's Christmas tree....



And I'm not completely sure, but I think that's a Gremlin in a hat and sweater back there.

WSJ: "Trump To Ask Putin Whether He 'Wants Fries With That'"

What's up with that missing lady in Colorado?


The fiancť? A stranger? The ghost of Jon Benet-Ramsey? Aliens?

What?

Donald Trump Owes Me Money!


Dammit.

My career has been marked by a succession of people who have done very well by taking to heart casual things that Iíve said for free.

Trump is now going with ďadvice of counselĒ in relation to Cohen.

Goddammit, I want to get paid this time:

https://www.democraticunderground.com/100211528416

Tonight Iím going with:

ďWell, yes, he directed people to do illegal stuff, but you make it sound as if he did it because it was illegal. He didnít know any of that stuff was illegal. Heck, his own lawyer, Michael Cohen, told him it was legal. He didnít know any of that stuff was illegal and heís shocked to find out that his lawyers knew all that stuff was illegal and never said anything. So, you see, Trump couldnít have been doing anything illegal, since he didnít even know it was.

I'm Surprised That Google's CEO Did Not Answer This Question Truthfully


There was a much simpler and more direct answer to this question:

Should Ken Starr Have Had The Authority To Criminally Indict Bill Clinton?

Ken Starr was the independent counsel charged with investigating various matters during the Clinton presidency. On the basis of his investigation, Bill Clinton was impeached, but was not convicted in the Senate.

As a federal prosecutor, should Ken Starr have had the authority and ability to indict President Clinton and proceed with a criminal trial on whatever charges he may have framed?

Why or why not?

Predict Trump's next line of defense


Címon, step right up and be Trumpís legal counsel. Get up and state the defense of your client.

Itís okay, you couldnít do worse than his own actual lawyer, Rudy Giuliani.

Tonight Iím going with:

ďWell, yes, he directed people to do illegal stuff, but you make it sound as if he did it because it was illegal. He didnít know any of that stuff was illegal. Heck, his own lawyer, Michael Cohen, told him it was legal. He didnít know any of that stuff was illegal and heís shocked to find out that his lawyers knew all that stuff was illegal and never said anything. So, you see, Trump couldnít have been doing anything illegal, since he didnít even know it was.

You know, in criminal law, the defendant has to have a menstrualia, or a menís room, or whatever the fuck the Latin phrase is for not having a guilty mind, heart, or anything else.Ē

And Iíd tell Trunp he could start tweeting about how he doesnít have menorrhea, or whatever.

House Impeachment Hearings!!!!


It really takes you back, donít it?

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