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Trump plans another crime spree

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Trump could go on new crime spree in 2024: analysis
Brad Reed
November 29, 2023 2:16PM ET
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Former President Donald Trump's booking mugshot on Aug. 24, 2023. Fulton County Sheriff's Office via Getty Images

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Former President Donald Trump stands a very good chance of being sent to prison should he lose the 2024 presidential election

And as David Graham writes in The Atlantic, that makes him potentially even more dangerous of a candidate than when he ran for president the first two times.
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Jimmy, one of the few Christian hostages of Hamas, returned to his country

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Israeli puppet network,MSNBC CANCELS Palestian sympathizer,Mehdi Hasan's Show

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MSNBC obeyed their terrorist AsheNAZI child killing masters and cancelled Humanitarian Mehdi Hasan's topical news show because it dared to say that 20,000 Palestinians(12,000 little tots) were executed my Israel

Sources cited a drop in ratings as the reason.

A source close to the left-leaning cable channel said the network is “cutting costs like crazy” and that the penny-pinching was a “good excuse” to dump the British-born commentator.

“I think they thought (Hasan’s) point of view was a little too out of the mainstream if you know what I mean,” a source with knowledge of the situation told The Post.

MSNBC boss Rashida Jones on Thursday painted an entirely different reason for the decision, saying it was part of a plan to revamp the weekend lineup ahead of next year’s presidential election.

“As Decision 2024 ramps up, the show will provide thoughtful analysis and coverage on the state of our country from three trusted voices familiar to the MSNBC audience,” MSNBC President Rashida Jones told staffers in a memo.
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Trump attempts the 'I was merely pretending' to defend his clearly declining metal abilities

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In a Truth Social post Monday, Donald Trump explained his recent gaffes—claiming he’s been intentionally mixing up Barack Obama and Joe Biden’s names in speeches “sarcastically” as a way of suggesting that Obama is the person pulling the strings instead of the current president.

Trump, 77, also took a jab at Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis, his competitor in the 2024 GOP presidential nomination, for teaming up with the “Democrat’s Radical Left ‘Disinformation Machine’” to suggest that he is “cognitively impaired.”

The DeSantis War Room posted a list of Trump’s blunders earlier this month on X, formerly known as Twitter, writing: “This is why his handlers won’t let him debate.”
In the Monday morning post, Trump defended himself by boasting that he “ACED” a cognitive test during his recent physical exam. He then called out Biden, who has also had his fair share of gaffes, writing, “Biden should take one so we can determine why he wants Open Borders, No Energy Independence, A Woke Military, High Inflation, No Voter I.D., Men playing In Women’s Sports, Only Electric Cars & Trucks, A Weaponized DOJ/FBI, and so many other CRAZY things!!!”

Biden, 81, has been subjected to criticism by political opponents over his age since before he was elected, while a poll from The Associated Press-NORC Center for Public Affairs Research showed that roughly three-fourths of U.S. adults consider Biden as too old for a second term.
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Co-founder of Students for Trump charged with assaulting a woman with a firearm

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Serial Liar George Santos, Facing House Expulsion Vote, Promises To Go Down Fighting

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Ahead of Friday's expected vote, Santos introduced a privileged censure resolution against another House member, but also said, "If this is it, this is it."

WASHINGTON ― Rep. George Santos (R-N.Y.) defiantly said Thursday that he’ll continue fighting to keep himself from being only the sixth member ever to be expelled from the House of Representatives.

“If I leave, they win,” Santos told reporters during an early morning press conference outside the Capitol. “This is bullying.”

As Santos spoke, a garbage truck slowly crossed behind him, obstructing his stately backdrop in a moment quickly memorialized on social media by C-SPAN.

Santos’ tenure in Congress started with admissions that he lied about his background, and he then saw federal charges related to his election campaign, followed by a damning ethics report this month that was the last straw for many lawmakers.

The chamber began debate Thursday on a third effort to oust Santos, who is accused in an indictment of stealing his donors’ identities to charge their credit cards and using the proceeds for personal items. Unlike the previous two attempts, the new one stands a good chance of gaining the two-thirds majority needed to jettison Santos.

Still, a handful of Republicans sat with Santos on the House floor and spoke out against expulsion.

“Whatever Mr. Santos did with Botox or OnlyFans is far less concerning to me than the indictment of Sen. Menendez,” said Rep. Matt Gaetz (R-Fla.), contrasting some of Santos’ alleged unlawful campaign expenditures with the bribery charges against Sen. Bob Menendez (D-N.J.).

Rep. Clay Higgins (R-La.) complained that Santos was being “publicly crucified.”

But it was Republicans, especially some of Santos’ colleagues from New York, who led the debate to throw Santos out.

“You, sir, are a crook,” said Rep. Max Miller (R-Ohio), pointing at Santos in a mild breach of House decorum.

2 Republican Arizona county officials indicted on election interference charges

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Turns out the real election fraud was committed by Republicans again.

PHOENIX — Two Arizona county officials have been indicted on election interference charges stemming from their conduct in 2022, officials announced Wednesday.

Peggy Judd and Tom Crosby, both Republican supervisors in Cochise County, each face one count of conspiracy and one count of interference with an election officer.

The supervisors refused to certify 2022 midterm election results by the state-mandated Dec. 1 deadline and only did so after a judge ordered them to do so, saying the Republicans had broken the law with their inaction.

Judd and Crosby didn’t cite any problems with the election results. Rather, they said they weren’t satisfied that the machines used to tabulate ballots were properly certified for use in elections, though state and federal election officials said they were.

Supervisor Ann English, the only Democrat on the three-member board, isn’t facing charges. English voted to certify the results while her Republican counterparts held out.

“The repeated attempts to undermine our democracy are unacceptable,” Attorney General Kris Mayes said in a press release.

“I took an oath to uphold the rule of law, and my office will continue to enforce Arizona’s elections laws and support our election officials as they carry out the duties and responsibilities of their offices.”

Most of the southeastern Arizona county’s 47,000 votes went to Republicans.

Judd, in a phone conversation with The Associated Press earlier this month prior to the indictment, said she has no regrets about her actions last year and is prepared to defend herself.

“The grand jury will do what they do and I’ve heard that’s not the end of it once they make a decision,” Judd said. “I’ve never been a criminal in my life and I don’t intend to be this time either.”
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Walls Closed:Trump is gagged again.

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An appeals court reinstates gag order that barred Trump from maligning court staff in NY fraud trial

NEW YORK (AP) — A New York appeals court Thursday reinstated a gag order that barred Donald Trump from commenting about court personnel after the former president repeatedly disparaged a law clerk in his New York civil fraud trial.

The one-sentence decision came two weeks after an individual appellate judge put the gag order on hold while the appeals process played out.

Trial judge Arthur Engoron, who imposed the restriction, said he now planned to enforce it “rigorously and vigorously.”

Major Koch-Network thinktank dumps Trump and endorses Nikki Hailey

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A conservative-leaning political action committee backed by the influential Koch network is endorsing Nikki Haley for the Republican presidential nomination.

The Americans for Prosperity super-PAC says Haley is best positioned to beat former President Donald Trump in the primary election and President Biden in the general election.

In a letter addressed to "Grassroots Leaders, Activists, and Interested Parties," Americans for Prosperity Action says it's throwing its support behind the former South Carolina governor and United Nations Ambassador.

The statement says the Republican party has been choosing "bad candidates who are going against America's core principles," and that Democrats are responding with what it calls "extreme policies."

Americans for Prosperity, or AFP, says it believes nearly three-quarters of Republican voters are ready to move on from Trump. That's despite the former president leading among Republicans by a wide margin in national and key primary-state polls.

The AFP statement notes though that Haley has moved into second place in multiple polls and promises to spend on new mail, TV and online ads backing her.
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Sandy Hook families offer Alex Jones deal to pay 6 percent of $1.5B he owes to get out of bankruptcy

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The Sandy Hook families who forced Alex Jones into personal bankruptcy after they won $1.48 billion in defamation damages have offered the Infowars host a deal to pay them 6 percent of what he owes in exchange for dropping their claim against him.

“Jones may elect to receive a complete discharge for himself and (his parent company also in bankruptcy) if he agrees to pay, from any source, at least $8.5 million per year, plus 50 percent of any income over $9 million per year, for 10 years,” reads a settlement offer by the families’ attorneys, filed two days before Thanksgiving in Texas bankruptcy court. “The time has come for Jones to choose whether he is willing to pay his creditors a reasonable portion of what they are owed or would prefer to remain embroiled in costly and time-consuming litigation for years to come.”

Jones’ bankruptcy attorneys had not responded to the families’ settlement offer on Monday, except to tell the judge in a pre-Thanksgiving filing that Jones was working on his own plan to get out of bankruptcy that would be presented in December.
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