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8/20/2020

Steve Bannon Arrested

Filed under: General — Patterico @ 7:22 am



Just heard the news on NPR. It’s a fraud allegation. Details to come.

UPDATE: And a Judge has thrown out Trunp’s lawsuit challenging the Manhattan DA’s subpoena for his financial records.

UPDATE c2: Here is DoJ’s statement on the Bannon indictment. Thanks to whembly.

90 Responses to “Steve Bannon Arrested”

  1. Oddly enough, I thought he was one of the more honest ones. Hope they make him take a bath in processing.

    Appalled (1a17de)

  2. Details:
    https://www.justice.gov/usao-sdny/pr/leaders-we-build-wall-online-fundraising-campaign-charged-defrauding-hundreds-thousands

    Not surprised… Bannon was in too deep with Kolfage.

    People tried to warn him, but he didn’t listen.

    Even bloody Kris Kobach left that group shortly after joining!

    whembly (c30c83)

  3. Nothing that a pardon or three can’t fix.

    Dave (1bb933)

  4. I’m sure it’s just another witch hunt cooked up by the pedophiles and cannibals in Robert Mueller’s basement.

    A Storm is coming! Follow the white rabbit!

    lurker (d8c5bc)

  5. Dave

    No way Trump pardons Bannon. The wounds of 2017, when Bannon posed as Trump’s Edgar Bergen, are just too deep.

    Appalled (1a17de)

  6. Grifters gotta grift.

    Rip Murdock (b1f26f)

  7. Yeah, I posted that link earlier on the QAnon thread, whembly, but hey thanks for the hat tip.

    As for the update that a Judge has thrown out Trump’s lawsuit challenging the Manhattan’s DA’s subpoena for his financial records, all I can say is the SDNY does not mess around.

    This is what I truly believe Trump fears. Once he’s out of office, and he will be on January 20, 2021, he’s open to multiple charges for fraud, corruption, embezzlement, self-dealing, emoluments violations, the whole deck, and not just in New York but also in New Jersey, Illinois, Florida, Virginia, and Washington DC. He and his misbegotten family as well.

    Couldn’t happen to a nicer guy.

    Gawain's Ghost (b25cd1)

  8. It’s just a process crime.

    nk (1d9030)

  9. They just didn’t file the right forms.

    nk (1d9030)

  10. I mean, Bannon going to prison for defrauding people using Trump’s wall is something else.

    At any point you think the story of 2020 getting weirder… just know that, yes, that Murphy’s Law™ will strike again.

    whembly (c30c83)

  11. There was no probable cause for the investigation.

    nk (1d9030)

  12. Not bad, but if that acting USA really wants the job, he should indict Cyrus Vance, Jr on something or other.

    Kevin M (ab1c11)

  13. But, but, but … Hillary! Obama! Merrick Garland!

    nk (1d9030)

  14. How about when Biden plagiarized McKinnick’s speech?

    nk (1d9030)

  15. @8

    Yeah, I posted that link earlier on the QAnon thread, whembly, but hey thanks for the hat tip.

    As for the update that a Judge has thrown out Trump’s lawsuit challenging the Manhattan’s DA’s subpoena for his financial records, all I can say is the SDNY does not mess around.

    This is what I truly believe Trump fears. Once he’s out of office, and he will be on January 20, 2021, he’s open to multiple charges for fraud, corruption, embezzlement, self-dealing, emoluments violations, the whole deck, and not just in New York but also in New Jersey, Illinois, Florida, Virginia, and Washington DC. He and his misbegotten family as well.

    Couldn’t happen to a nicer guy.

    Gawain’s Ghost (b25cd1) — 8/20/2020 @ 7:53 am

    GG… I get this sentiment.

    However, the Special Counsel Office *had* access to these financial documents. You’d think the SCO folks would’ve found something bad during their investigation… no? Rod Rosenstein approved the expanded scope memo for the SCO to look into Trump’s personal/business documents.

    So, this looks like to be his critic’s “White Whale” and Trump can afford to string out these lawsuits to push this out for years.

    whembly (c30c83)

  16. @14

    But, but, but … Hillary! Obama! Merrick Garland!

    nk (1d9030) — 8/20/2020 @ 7:55 am

    But what?

    whembly (c30c83)

  17. This is what I truly believe Trump fears. Once he’s out of office, and he will be on January 20, 2021, he’s open to multiple charges for fraud, corruption, embezzlement, self-dealing, emoluments violations, the whole deck, and not just in New York but also in New Jersey, Illinois, Florida, Virginia, and Washington DC. He and his misbegotten family as well.

    And after cratering the GOP in the upcoming election, not one hand will reach out to help as he drowns. He should be making the Agnew deal right about now.

    Kevin M (ab1c11)

  18. Manhattan’s DA is state/city law. SDNY is part of the use Department of Justice. Two completely separate set of laws and people.

    Time123 (7cca75)

  19. I thought Bannon would be arrested on “To Catch A Predator”. But that’s just based on his looks.

    Time123 (7cca75)

  20. @19

    Manhattan’s DA is state/city law. SDNY is part of the use Department of Justice. Two completely separate set of laws and people.

    Time123 (7cca75) — 8/20/2020 @ 8:06 am

    True…but there are plenty of overlaps, especially in the financial sphere.

    whembly (c30c83)

  21. they were treated very unfairly mr nk just like roger stone

    mr president donald trump who got mexico to pay for the wall anyway will do the right thing here

    thats why they call him the law and order president

    Dave (1bb933)

  22. Reaganomics.

    DCSCA (797bc0)

  23. Ouchie…

    Glenn Greenwald
    Looking forward to @ProjectLincoln and especially @TheRickWilson weighing in on the indictment of Steve Bannon for allegedly defrauding donors through GoFundMe for his own personal gain:
    https://www.gofundme.com/f/everything-trump-touches-dies-film

    whembly (c30c83)

  24. shot: be Trump’s campaign manager

    chaser: arrest

    (3 and counting)

    lurker (d8c5bc)

  25. If Bannon and the others did the crime they should do the time.

    Shamvention Reality Check:

    Cannon Hinnant’s senseless murder is not an ordinary crime and we shouldn’t shrug it off as a sad, but typical tragedy in modern America. That’s the mindset that smothers us into apathy and acceptance of things we should never tolerate.
    His death is certainly more relevant to crime trends than George Floyd’s death or the “noose” discovered by NASCAR driver Bubba Wallace. Both of those widely covered events were treated as representative of the discrimination all blacks suffer in America. Unarmed blacks, we were expected to believe, are at an incredible risk of being murdered by cops, as Floyd’s death allegedly proves. And blacks can suffer horrible discrimination and harassment regardless of their income, as Wallace’s phony hate hoax allegedly showed.

    Both of those narratives are more important to the Left than the death of an innocent child. The first narrative is based on false assumptions. Only 10 unarmed blacks died at the hands of police in 2019; most of the cases were ruled justifiable homicides. The cases included a black man who attacked and stole a police officer’s taser before being shot and another man who drove his car into police.

    But those 10 cases, we are assured, amount to a “genocide” and justify rioting, anarchy, looting, the destruction of American heritage, and defunding the police.

    In contrast, and in fact, crimes like the Hinnant murder are far more common. There were 514 black-on-white murders committed in 2018. That’s more than two times higher than the number of white-on-black murders. That same year saw more than 500,000 black-on-white violent incidents; just under 60,000 white-on-black violent incidents occurred in 2018. Blacks are only 13 percent of the population, yet commit the majority of interracial violence.

    Blacks themselves live under much greater threat from black-on-black violence than they do from murder-by-cop. There were 2,600 black-on-black murders in 2018, a much higher figure than the number of unarmed blacks killed by police…

    …The real exploiters are those who weaponize George Floyd’s death and others to change our society for the worse. They demand we think his death and those like it are the greatest injustices in our society — while ignoring more horrific crimes that happen on an all-too-regular basis.

    To successfully commit moral blackmail against America, the media and liberal elites have to pretend that Hinnant’s death is no big deal. The real horrors are what they share on the nightly news and publish columns about. They’re declaring that not all lives matter — only the ones that serve their agenda do.

    https://amgreatness.com/2020/08/19/why-cannon-hinnants-death-is-shrugged-off/

    Colonel Haiku (2601c0)

  26. No way Trump pardons Bannon. The wounds of 2017, when Bannon posed as Trump’s Edgar Bergen, are just too deep.

    Even worse, they apparently didn’t give him a taste of the action.

    Dave (1bb933)

  27. NO matter. Trump will just fire the judge. Probably pass an executive order bill stopping the Manhattan D.A. from proceeding, too.

    Kevin M (ab1c11)

  28. 27.

    What has Don Cheeto ever done to make them treat him so disrespectfully. He just wants to wet his beak.

    lurker (d8c5bc)

  29. Guys… Trump lashed out along time ago against this group:
    https://www.usnews.com/news/politics/articles/2020-07-12/trump-rips-private-texas-border-wall-built-by-his-supporters

    By Associated Press, Wire Service Content July 12, 2020, at 10:40 a.m.

    HOUSTON (AP) — President Donald Trump on Sunday criticized a privately built border wall in South Texas that’s showing signs of erosion months after going up, saying it was “only done to make me look bad,” even though the wall was built after a months-long campaign by his supporters.
    ….

    whembly (c30c83)

  30. There should ultimately be some some of sentencing enhancement for stealing from people stupid enough to contribute to an organization called “We Build the Wall.”

    Leviticus (efada1)

  31. Does Trump honestly have any True Believers outside of Bug Tussle? Or are they all gold-diggers, like his women?

    nk (1d9030)

  32. #30 —

    Nice catch. I have a feeling this goes down the memory hole quick. And no pardon will be coming.

    Appalled (1a17de)

  33. And no pardon will be coming.

    Of course not. Who were the donors they fleeced? Bug Tussle and Hooterville. Trump’s flocks. The sheep-stealing coyotes!

    nk (1d9030)

  34. Sure wish the SDNY would look this hard into BLM and the Clinton Foundation.

    Edoc118 (ced6b0)

  35. Michael woolfs top aource in slandering haley and hicks,

    Bolivar di griz (7404b5)

  36. @26-
    Both of Cannon Hinnant’s parents believe race was not an issue in his murder. See here and here, though some conservatives seek to exploit the murder (as your quoted article, from Trump-boosting publication does) for partisan gain. And you don’t have to say it, the same happens on the left.

    Rip Murdock (d2a2a8)

  37. 37… good to know, Rip Taylor, but you miss the point of the article. I suppose I should have boldfaced the statistics to help them sink in.

    Colonel Haiku (2601c0)

  38. @37, Lots of people that don’t like brown people love them some race baiting. Definitely happens on both sides.

    Time123 (7cca75)

  39. Haiku

    It’s been almost 20 years since this was written and there’s been no change at all except for more ignorance.

    A people voting lockstep for the party that has done as much as possible to maximize its destruction:

    https://www.city-journal.org/html/what’s-holding-blacks-back-12025.html
    _

    harkin (cd4502)

  40. 27. Dave (1bb933) — 8/20/2020 @ 8:21 am

    a taste of the action.

    A “piece” of the action. Didn’t you watch all of the Star Trek episodes by now?

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/A_Piece_of_the_Action_(Star_Trek:_The_Original_Series)

    Sammy Finkelman (db2a13)

  41. Trump Junior provided a testimonial for the wall project that got Bannon arrested.

    Korbach partnered with We Build the wall to fund his senate campaign.

    “As a donor to WeBuildTheWall, I humbly ask you to support my run for the Senate,” Kobach’s email pleaded. The email provided links to the campaign’s official fundraising page and asked for “a financial contribution of $50, $100, $250, $500, or any amount up to the maximum of $2,800 per individual.”

    Time123 (7cca75)

  42. 41… it’s called “taste of the action” by the CCP, Sammy. The Overlord thing.

    Colonel Haiku (2601c0)

  43. Kobach also claimed the project had Don Orange’s blessing.

    Dave (1bb933)

  44. Sure wish the SDNY would look this hard into BLM and the Clinton Foundation.

    Obama! Hillary! Ha, ha, ha, ha! And what about Tammany Hall, eh? Ha, ha, ha, ha!

    nk (1d9030)

  45. This looks like black letter law fraud. I suppose they thouht nobody would ever audit them, except most casually, and no one would mind that the cause for which they were raising money was nonsense.

    Maybe they covered themselves about the nonsense cause they were raising money for, but you can’t say you are not paying anyone any money and then go ahead and do so. Or maybe they thought the way they were doing it didn’t count?

    Sammy Finkelman (db2a13)

  46. dont forget chappaquiddick mr nk

    Dave (1bb933)

  47. 39… when the entire platform of the DNC is built on lies that have prompted the attempted destruction of major metro areas just for starters, the story must be told.

    40… sadly true, harkin. That people willfully ignore the evidence and their lying eyes does not speak well of them.

    Colonel Haiku (2601c0)

  48. I guess the Trump campaign bought ads on the WaPo site front page.

    The left’s meltdown over it appears to be a reflection of their ignorance of a newspaper business model:

    Michael Calderone
    @mlcalderone

    The Washington Post has a Trump campaign ad dominating its homepage right now:

    [shows Trump ad]
    __ _

    Hamza Shaban
    @hshaban
    Reporters at the Washington Post aren’t supposed to express themselves in ways that may embarrass the newspaper, harm its reputation or call into question its public interest mission of fair-minded and truthful news reporting.

    Meanwhile, this is the Washington Post’s homepage:

    [shows Trump ad]
    __ _

    ◣ ◢
    @C_nrad
    ·
    “business reporter at the washington post”
    _ _

    Paige W. Cunningham
    @pw_cunningham

    Uh, yeah. It’s called paid advertising. It’s how newspapers have paid the salaries of reporters like you and me for decades.
    __ _

    Andrew Cuomo’s pierced nipple
    @CockhitchAlfred
    ·
    Business reporter perplexed by business.
    __ _

    Michael Watson
    @watsonmd
    ·
    A paid Trump ad shown as an ad is too much yet you’re silent about WaPo printing CCP propaganda as news?

    _

    harkin (cd4502)

  49. Yes they can loot nigeria and haiti at their leasure

    Bolivar di griz (7404b5)

  50. Colonel Haiku @43

    it’s called “taste of the action” by the CCP, Sammy. The Overlord thing.

    CCP = Chinese Communist Party? What’s this about Overlord? It can’t have anything to do with D-Day in 1944. I am probably suffering somewhat from Future Sshock.

    The iPhone uses exactly the same icon for sound off and sound on (muting) A slash through an old microphone. Unlike any sensible operating system the icon doesn’t change and there are no other clues as to whether muting is on or off. So which way is it muted, lit up or not?

    It turns out lit up. But for a speakerphone lit up means on. (once you know it it makes sense. The default is no speakerphone and no muting. Because of the slash lit up and not lit up mean the opposite of what they do with speakerphone.

    Sammy Finkelman (db2a13)

  51. 1960s Star Trek episodes are not the best source for mob slang, Sammy.

    nk (1d9030)

  52. Piece of the action, see burke and madigan

    Bolivar di griz (7404b5)

  53. You “own a piece of the action” in a business. You get “cut in” on a take or racket. You “give a taste” to be allowed to operate.

    nk (1d9030)

  54. George Will whines on MSNBC- ‘we need a Buckley/Bircher moment’ to run the wackos out of the GOP.

    Guess what, George- “they” had one–and ran your old wacko-ed ass out of it.

    He had the gall to lament that the GOP leaders are ‘afraid’ of their voters. Damn straight, jackass. That’s the way it is supposed to be– the tail doesn’t wag the dog, Opinionator Georgie–and you’ve learned that the hard way.

    DCSCA (797bc0)

  55. Unless it’s a great piece of tail going up the steps of Air Force One.

    nk (1d9030)

  56. @32

    You big city Dems just don’t get it. LOL…

    Eyefull (fd0e2c)

  57. @58. Reaganoptics.

    DCSCA (797bc0)

  58. 32.Does Trump honestly have any True Believers outside of Bug Tussle? Or are they all gold-diggers, like his women?

    Bug Tusslers off the third shift at an Anheiser-Busch brewery know the difference between staring at the girth of the 1969 Hillary Rodham Fireplug or the sleek sparkling lines of a 2020 Melania.

    DCSCA (797bc0)

  59. If anyone wants to know where police are really bad, try India:

    https://www.nytimes.com/2020/08/20/world/asia/india-police-brutality.html

    Hundreds of Police Killings in India, but No Mass Protests

    Despite evidence of widespread police brutality, no significant grass-roots movement has arisen. For many Indians, day-to-day crime is the more pressing issue. ….

    ….3
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    Hundreds of Police Killings in India, but No Mass Protests
    Despite evidence of widespread police brutality, no significant grass-roots movement has arisen. For many Indians, day-to-day crime is the more pressing issue.

    A priest, seated in a chair, consoled relatives of Ponraj Jeyaraj and his son, Beniks Jeyaraj, in Sathankulam, India, in June. Both men died after being taken into police custody; family members say they were tortured.
    A priest, seated in a chair, consoled relatives of Ponraj Jeyaraj and his son, Beniks Jeyaraj, in Sathankulam, India, in June. Both men died after being taken into police custody; family members say they were tortured.Credit…Agence France-Presse — Getty Images
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    Aug. 20, 2020, 3:00 a.m. ET

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    NEW DELHI — A father and son were hauled into a small police station in the southern Indian town of Sathankulam in June after arguing with police officers. When friends and family members went to the station, they heard screams emanating from inside, growing louder as night fell.

    The next afternoon, the two men, Ponraj Jeyaraj, 58, and Beniks Jeyaraj, 31, stumbled outside surrounded by officers, blood dripping down the backs of their legs. They had clearly been tortured in police custody, family members and lawyers in the town said.

    “Please, find a way to get us bail,” Ponraj Jeyaraj begged his sister, Jaya Joseph, as he was taken to a hospital, she recalled. She said her brother’s last words to her were: “We will not survive another day.”

    Father and son died hours apart, from severe internal injuries, a few days later. Police officials in charge of the station declined to comment, saying the case was now under federal investigation.
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    For decades, India has absorbed case after case of police brutality, torture and extrajudicial killings. Every year, scores of Indians are killed in what activists call “fake encounters,” and many more, activists say, are tortured to death in police custody.

    Many of these killings have been extensively covered in the Indian news media, and some have set off a few strikes and demonstrations. But rarely have they provoked widespread protests calling for change.

    Around the world, the death of George Floyd in police custody in Minneapolis in May unleashed searing examinations of police abuse, racism and injustice — but not in India, where no large grass-roots movement has emerged to take on police brutality. For many Indians, day-to-day crime is the more pressing issue, and they often side with the police, even when there is voluminous evidence that they have abused their power. There is also a fear of speaking against the police.

    According to a lengthy report by the National Campaign Against Torture, an Indian rights group based in New Delhi, the capital, at least 1,731 people were killed in custody last year. The majority of the victims, the report said, were the usual victims of abuse: Muslims and lower-caste Hindus.

    Police killings here rarely result in punishment. From time to time, a few officers are arrested, but convictions come few and far between.

    Many Indians, exasperated with the sclerotic functioning of an overburdened and often corrupt law enforcement system, crave justice and welcome the elimination of people they see as criminals.

    The same thing is true in Brazil.

    Sammy Finkelman (db2a13)

  60. 2 years minus good time in a mar lago camp

    mg (8cbc69)

  61. Former Trump advisor Steve Bannon was on billionaire’s yacht off Connecticut shore when federal agents arrested him early Thursday
    Stephen K. Bannon, former top advisor to President Donald Trump, was arrested while on a yacht off Westbrook early Thursday, law enforcement sources said.

    Bannon was arrested by inspectors from the U.S. Postal Service while cruising Long Island Sound near Westbrook in a $28 million mega yacht called Lady May.

    The massive yacht remained off West Beach in Westbrook early Thursday. The New York Times reported that the yacht belongs to exiled Chinese billionaire Guo Wengui.
    ……
    “The Coast Guard did assist federal agents to affect the arrest of Mr. Steve Bannon,” Coast Guard Petty Officer Anthony Pappaly said Thursday. “The Coast Guard provided the platform at sea and conducted the initial safety sweep of the vessel.”

    Pappaly said Coast Guard members from the New London station and a member of the Coast Guard Criminal Investigative Service used a small boat to reach Bannon’s yacht.

    The Lady May is 152 feet long and for sale for $27.9 million. Boat International describes the Lady May as “one of the most outstanding yachts of her size ever built.” The are accomodations for 10 guests in five cabins. The yacht also includes a rotating seating area.
    ……

    Rip Murdock (d2a2a8)

  62. When 0bama has a sad, I has a happy. This I can tell you.

    Colonel Haiku (2601c0)

  63. I’m torn…Bannon, Flynn, and Gorka never really got my blood boiling. Bannon may take a hit even if exonerated, he have th ge appearance of having just followed the prevailing winds rather than sincere belief in his policy pronouncements.

    urbanleftbehind (534fa5)

  64. Scum like sid vicious had his lapdog beinart slander his father who was a fighter in the budapest uprising (yes the funny people in the python sketch(

    Bolivar di griz (7404b5)

  65. https://encrypted-tbn0.gstatic.com/images?q=tbn:ANd9GcQEHxWx6oBjtzP9mvujn5xtF0aVBDK7_y4B8xxBWhTKsw&s

    “Who am I? Why am I here? Where am I going?

    No… really… I need to know.“

    —- Joe Biden

    Colonel Haiku (2601c0)

  66. @71

    Do not kid yourself. Biden could handle being the mayor of New York City!

    Eyefull (fd0e2c)

  67. Mayor mcheese would be too much of a reach.

    Cant they pretend not to use the same judge from a year ago.

    Bolivar di griz (7404b5)

  68. 67.Each of the three people who led Nixon’s 1968 campaign- Mitchell, Ehrlichman, Haldeman- has now faced criminal charges.

    FIFY.

    “What America needs are leaders to match the greatness of her people.” – The Big Dick, RNC, Miami, FL., 8/8/68

    DCSCA (797bc0)

  69. but podesta isn’t even though he took russian money, and laundered it into bad art, he also lobbied for sberbank and uranium one,

    bolivar de gris (7404b5)

  70. The wheels of justice move slowly, especially when clogged by cobwebs of corruption.

    http://www.msn.com/en-us/news/politics/bannons-indictment-raises-more-uneasy-questions-about-william-barrs-sdny-gambit/ar-BB18bM0w?li=BBnb7Kz&ocid=iehp

    And, as far as Trump’s appeal to keep his tax records out of the hands of prosecutors and before a Grand Jury, it’s all over but the crying.

    http://www.msn.com/en-us/news/crime/trump-files-emergency-appeal-in-tax-return-case-but-attorneys-dont-see-much-chance-of-success/ar-BB18cK4X?li=BBnb7Kz&ocid=iehp

    Gawain's Ghost (b25cd1)

  71. same judge who ruled a year ago, but the court is nearly useless, so we have to waste more time,
    the reversals of delay, mccdonnell stevens, never restored them to office,

    bolivar de gris (7404b5)

  72. And there Bannon and WBTW go, under the bus, the wheels of which go round and round, round and round.

    https://hotair.com/archives/allahpundit/2020/08/20/trump-bannons-indictment-never-liked-idea-private-outfit-trying-build-wall/

    Gawain's Ghost (b25cd1)

  73. Good job, SDNY… now go after teh Clinton Foundation, BLM and many others…

    Colonel Haiku (2601c0)

  74. trying standup, coronello,

    my understanding is one of these vaunted authorities, which is down with the rioters, of course, deemed you couldn’t use the funds, to build the wall, was that around the time there was that vandalism, they laughed at over here, hard to say,

    bolivar de gris (7404b5)

  75. @79 After 12 yrs of R. adminstrations, the idea that there is anything currently prosecuteable in the Clinton foundation is a fever dream.

    Nic (896fdf)

  76. Forget 12 yrs of R. administrations, if Trump tries to pull anything like that all Clinton has to do is whip out the pictures of Trump pulling something else in a four-way on Epstein’s Island.

    nk (1d9030)

  77. Remember when Bob-stop-lying-about-my-record-Dole fell off the stage?

    Keep that in mind as Plagiarist JoeyBee gives America tonight’s Beau-Job.

    DCSCA (797bc0)

  78. The magistrate required Bannon to secure $1.75 million of his $5 million bond.

    Bannon pleaded not guilty. His bail included a $5 million bond to be secured by $1.75 million in cash or real property, and he is prohibited from traveling on private airplanes, yachts, or boats without permission from the court.

    They must consider him a flight risk.

    nk (1d9030)

  79. @ Harkin (40)

    That was an amazing article. Really on-the-money, except unfortunately this part:

    “Perhaps 20 years from now mainstream black thought will join me in stressing individual initiative and integration. And perhaps the national media will get on the bandwagon too.”

    Oblong (991dec)

  80. “No miracle is coming.” – Biden/Harris 2020

    Idiot.

    DCSCA (797bc0)

  81. Biden plagiarizes lie from ‘A Few Good Men.’

    DCSCA (797bc0)

  82. ^lie = line

    DCSCA (797bc0)

  83. @87 Actual line: “The truth?! You can’t handle the truth!”

    Biden: “…tell them the truth. Because they CAN handle it.”

    He didn’t plagiarize it, he referenced it.

    You keep saying plagiarism. I don’t think it’s defined the way you think it’s defined. (find the movie reference :P)

    Nic (896fdf)

  84. @89. Such pretty patterns; how many tells do you need; ask his cellmate, Mandella.

    DCSCA (797bc0)


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