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Here we have a post made today by four-time indicted Donald Trump. He first states that he believes that Jeff Duncan will testify in Trump’s Georgia trial, and THEN Trump goes on to intimidate him. 
 

“He Shouldn’t [testify],” Trump writes. THAT, is intimidation. Trump has already been warned not to do this, it’s a condition of his existing release in Washington and Florida, not to mention Georgia.  
 

Sam Bankman just had his bail revoked and he got thrown in jail by a Federal judge in New York for the same crime.  
 


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28 minutes ago, Rebound said:

Here we have a post made today by four-time indicted Donald Trump. He first states that he believes that Jeff Duncan will testify in Trump’s Georgia trial, and THEN Trump goes on to intimidate him. 
 

“He Shouldn’t [testify],” Trump writes. THAT, is intimidation. Trump has already been warned not to do this, it’s a condition of his existing release in Washington and Florida, not to mention Georgia.  
 

Sam Bankman just had his bail revoked and he got thrown in jail by a Federal judge in New York for the same crime.  
 


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Trump can't even SPELL Geoff Duncan. LMAO

He's just talking out of his ass as usual.

24 minutes ago, West said:

The guy didn't do his job to investigate Joe's admissions of voter fraud

Plenty of people HAVE investigated it and found that YOU'RE LYING.

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’Biased.’ ‘Corrupt.’ ‘Deranged.’ Trump’s Taunts Test Limits of Release.

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After eight years of pushing back at a number of institutions in the United States, Mr. Trump is now probing the limits of what the criminal justice system will tolerate and the lines that Judge Chutkan sought to lay out about what he can — and cannot — say about the election interference case she is overseeing. He has waged a similarly defiant campaign against others involved in criminal cases against him, denouncing Jack Smith, the special counsel who brought two federal indictments against him, as ‘deranged’; casting Fani T. Willis, the district attorney of Fulton County, Ga., as ‘corrupt’; and even singling out witnesses.

Some lawyers have said that if Mr. Trump were an ordinary citizen issuing these attacks, he would be in jail by now. The question is whether Mr. Trump will face consequences for this kind of behavior ahead of a trial. 

I heard that very recently Trump has started listening to his lawyers and shut up about his "proof" of election fraud in GA. 

Bet that WON'T LAST. LMAO

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We , as a Nation, are facing ridicule by other nations for letting one man intimidate us to ignore our long held laws and criminal justice system common practices in re: Reasons for Contempt of Court . If we are to continue in our national strength of purpose to insist other countries bring their criminals to justice, especially those espousing dictatorships, then we must not allow this former President to get away with breaking our laws repeatedly but instead slap him with the kinds of Contempt Penalties given to others for similar law breaking.  In a First Amendment case I was a Paralegal Law Clerk in in California in 1995 , one attorney arrived 15 minutes late to the Hearing, he was fined ( and up-braided by the irritated federal judge) $5000. The attorney however complained of being treated "unfairly" and the fine went up to $10,000. The attorney shut up and sat down. Perhaps if we take the same approach with Mr. Trump he'll get the point. 

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On 8/15/2023 at 9:19 AM, Rebound said:

Psst!!! Trump is going to prison. 

So why hasn't he?  I mean - if what you're claiming is true, why hasn't he been arrested?  No offense but you don' t even link to the actual tweet.

If i had a dollar for every time someone on the left states "trump is going to prison" i'd have enough for his bail :)  So why haven't they locked him up?

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12 minutes ago, CdnFox said:

So why hasn't he?  I mean - if what you're claiming is true, why hasn't he been arrested?  No offense but you don' t even link to the actual tweet.

If i had a dollar for every time someone on the left states "trump is going to prison" i'd have enough for his bail :)  So why haven't they locked him up?

He has been arrested. Three times, and soon a fourth time. 

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3 minutes ago, CdnFox said:

And yet he's not in prison.  You said he was going to prison. Why isn't he in prison? Why isn't he in prison for this crime you've just pointed out that you say guarantees he goes to prison?

Ok, but when you read that he’s in jail and all the right-wing talking heads are exploding, you’ll be educated and you’ll know exactly why. 

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1 minute ago, Rebound said:

Ok, but when you read that he’s in jail and all the right-wing talking heads are exploding, you’ll be educated and you’ll know exactly why. 

And when does that happen? I've been assured and promised that it's imminent for 7 years now.  At this rate they'll have to put his coffin in prison after he's gone. 

And no - I wouldn't know "Why" - it could be any one of the 5,302 things that people such as yourself have said he's GUARANTEED to go to prison over.

Sooo again ..  if he's broke this law and it's so obvious and unavoidable, why havent' they arrested him? When will they be arresting him? What's the hold up?

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29 minutes ago, CdnFox said:

And when does that happen? I've been assured and promised that it's imminent for 7 years now.  At this rate they'll have to put his coffin in prison after he's gone. 

And no - I wouldn't know "Why" - it could be any one of the 5,302 things that people such as yourself have said he's GUARANTEED to go to prison over.

Sooo again ..  if he's broke this law and it's so obvious and unavoidable, why havent' they arrested him? When will they be arresting him? What's the hold up?

If he’s out in jail in the next month or so, it will be because of witness tampering. These criminal trials are going to take a long time.  

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8 minutes ago, Rebound said:

If he’s out in jail in the next month or so, it will be because of witness tampering. These criminal trials are going to take a long time.  

So you're already making excuses?  It kind of sounds like "if i lose the election it's because it's rigged' :)  

These things are worth looking at and discussing but you ruin your credibility when you make definitive statements, especially if they don't prove out.

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On 8/15/2023 at 8:44 AM, Rebound said:

Here we have a post made today by four-time indicted Donald Trump. He first states that he believes that Jeff Duncan will testify in Trump’s Georgia trial, and THEN Trump goes on to intimidate him. 
 

“He Shouldn’t [testify],” Trump writes. THAT, is intimidation. Trump has already been warned not to do this, it’s a condition of his existing release in Washington and Florida, not to mention Georgia.  
 

Sam Bankman just had his bail revoked and he got thrown in jail by a Federal judge in New York for the same crime.  
 


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That's not a threat, dumbass. 

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3 minutes ago, impartialobserver said:

this does not seem like witness tampering to me. Trump is just running his mouth out in the open. Witness tampering occurs when you do it in private and apply some sort of leverage to the person.. Empty rantings on social media are not exactly leverage

“He should not testify.” Those were Trump’s exact words.  It’s definitely intimidation  We have jurors getting doxed and judges getting death threats. 
 

I’m sure you haven’t looked up Georgia’s witness tampering law, have you?  I did.  Here it is:

“A person who, with intent to deter a witness from testifying freely, fully, and truthfully to any matter pending in any court, in any administrative proceeding, or before a grand jury, communicates, directly or indirectly, to such witness any threat of injury or damage to the person, property, or employment of the witness or to the person, property, or employment of any relative or associate of the witness or who offers or delivers any benefit, reward, or consideration to such witness or to a relative or associate of the witness shall, upon conviction thereof, be punished by imprisonment for not less than one nor more than five years. (GA 16-10-93)”

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1 minute ago, Rebound said:

“He should not testify.” Those were Trump’s exact words.  It’s definitely intimidation  We have jurors getting doxed and judges getting death threats.  Imagine this is the mafia instead of Trump. 

and this "he should not testify".. what is Trump going to do? Keep in mind that he has had years to exact vengeance on this person and has done nothing but whine and complain about him.. so why wait until now?

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3 minutes ago, Rebound said:

“He should not testify.” Those were Trump’s exact words.  It’s definitely intimidation 

How tho?  I mean - for it to be intimidating there has to be a 'or else'.   saying he shouldn't do something really isn't a threat.   If i tell you that you shouldn't forget to brush your teeth, i'm not threatening you.

Where is the 'or else' here?

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21 minutes ago, impartialobserver said:

and this "he should not testify".. what is Trump going to do? Keep in mind that he has had years to exact vengeance on this person and has done nothing but whine and complain about him.. so why wait until now?

Are you kidding me?

Just for starters, he’s opening the person up to death threats, which are becoming very common in these cases. Secondly; the person in question is the Lieutenant Governor of Georgia. His job depends on getting votes and when the most powerful Republican politician in America tells you not to do something, there will be political consequences. This guy is probably finished in politics.  

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1 minute ago, Rebound said:

Are you kidding me?

Just for starters, he’s opening the person up to death threats, which are becoming very common in these cases. Secondly; the person in question is the Lieutenant Governor of Georgia. His job depends on getting votes and when the most powerful Republican politician in America tells you not to do something, there will be political consequences. This guy is probably finished in politics.  

Well, we shall see. I read a lot of predictions on your part. I do not view predictions as ironclad evidence. Trump has made comments about this guy before and yet he seems to be doing fine. 

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36 minutes ago, CdnFox said:

Sooo again ..  if he's broke this law and it's so obvious and unavoidable, why havent' they arrested him? When will they be arresting him? What's the hold up?

Yep. Any day now... ;) 

Been hearing that one for years. But Trump just keeps on going, like the terminator.

"Trump can't be bargained with, can't be reasoned with, doesn't feel pity or remorse or fear, and he absolutely will not stop… EVER!"

He also haunts their dreams.

 

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3 minutes ago, OftenWrong said:

Yep. Any day now... ;) 

Been hearing that one for years. But Trump just keeps on going, like the terminator.

"Trump can't be bargained with, can't be reasoned with, doesn't feel pity or remorse or fear, and he absolutely will not stop… EVER!"

He also haunts their dreams.

 

 

He has been indicted for 91 felonies in four separate cases.  

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13 minutes ago, Rebound said:

He has been indicted for 91 felonies in four separate cases.  

I don't doubt you. In fact I predict by the time the election rolls around, Don Trump will face charges adding up to 1000 years in prison. If they don't execute him first, that is.

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38 minutes ago, OftenWrong said:

I don't doubt you. In fact I predict by the time the election rolls around, Don Trump will face charges adding up to 1000 years in prison. If they don't execute him first, that is.

Hard to say.  Each charge carries 1 to 20 years, but he isn’t likely to get maximum sentence for everything. So who knows.  

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