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BREAKING: New York AG Files Fraud Charges Against Trump and his Kids

June 14, 2018

Charges of Illegal Conduct have been filed in New York by the State Attorney General. And they are pardon-proof.

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PARDON-PROOF: Mueller’s Latest Move is a Stroke of Genius that Should Scare Trump Sh*tless

August 31, 2017

If Paul Manafort Thought he was in Line for a Trump Pardon, He Can Think Again After Mueller Strikes Back A popular narrative following President Donald Trump’s decision to pardon controversial Sherrif Joe Arpaio was that the president was sending…

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Trump Retweets Idiotic Rant About Obama’s ‘Pardons’ – Proves His Own Stupidity In Epic Backfire

August 28, 2017

Trump Retweets Right-Wing Pundit’s Rant About Obama’s ‘Pardons’. The Deflection? Yeah… It Didn’t Work This analogy might only work for those of us who grew up with siblings, but, remember when you were a kid and you got in trouble…

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The 11 Most Despicable Low-Lights of Joe Arpaio’s Reign of Terror

August 26, 2017

On Friday night, Donald Trump used the weekend, as well as Hurricane Harvey’s tragedies, to bury his latest despicable act. In seeking to satiate his racist base, Trump awarded the notorious birther and disgraced former sheriff, Joe Arpaio, a pardon…

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Bad News for Trump: Newly Disclosed Memo Says Yes, Presidents CAN Be Indicted

July 22, 2017

Trump’s Russian Troubles Grow Even Worse Donald Trump is in trouble. The Russian probe isn’t going away. In fact, the investigation is growing even deeper and broader, and the stories are breaking quicker than most people can even comprehend. As…

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Tonight’s Debate Is Not Between Two Moderates—Mike Pence Is A Bona Fide Extremist

October 4, 2016

Many of Donald Trump’s supporters no doubt think of his running mate, Mike Pence, as the lap dog to Trump’s pit bull image.  House Speaker Paul Ryan certainly seems to think so. “What we have here is a really good…

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Scalia Gets Capital Punishment Dead Wrong

June 5, 2015

Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia received a bit of news yesterday that must have come as something of a shock: Gov. Pat McCrory on Thursday issued the first two pardons of inmates in North Carolina who were on death row,…

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