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Dec 1, 2019 05:48:47   #
Kevyn
 
From this mornings Guardian.

Analysts say an indictment is likely as prosecutors focus on Giuliani’s work for Trump and himself in Ukraine

When the former New York City mayor Rudy Giuliani emerged as one of Donald Trump’s most bareknuckle defenders during the Russia investigation, attacking his former colleagues in the justice department, people asked: “What happened to Rudy?”

Now, as federal prosecutors tighten a net of criminal investigations around Giuliani, the question has become: “What is going to happen to Rudy?”

The poignancy of Giuliani’s downfall from national hero and presidential candidate to the subject of multiple federal criminal investigations has been often remarked in the past year.

The net tightened again last week when it emerged a grand jury had issued a broad subpoena for documents relating to Giuliani’s international consulting business as part of an investigation of alleged crimes including money laundering, wire fraud, campaign finance violations, making false statements, obstruction of justice, and violations of the Foreign Agents Registration Act.

“We who admired him for so long expected much more from Rudy Giuliani and his legacy,” Ken Frydman, a former Giuliani press secretary, wrote in a New York Times opinion piece last month. “‘America’s Mayor,’ as Rudy was called after September 11, is today President Trump’s bumbling personal lawyer and henchman, his apologist and defender of the indefensible.”

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Dec 1, 2019 05:53:52   #
Idaho
 
Kevyn wrote:
From this mornings Guardian.

Analysts say an indictment is likely as prosecutors focus on Giuliani’s work for Trump and himself in Ukraine

When the former New York City mayor Rudy Giuliani emerged as one of Donald Trump’s most bareknuckle defenders during the Russia investigation, attacking his former colleagues in the justice department, people asked: “What happened to Rudy?”

Now, as federal prosecutors tighten a net of criminal investigations around Giuliani, the question has become: “What is going to happen to Rudy?”

The poignancy of Giuliani’s downfall from national hero and presidential candidate to the subject of multiple federal criminal investigations has been often remarked in the past year.

The net tightened again last week when it emerged a grand jury had issued a broad subpoena for documents relating to Giuliani’s international consulting business as part of an investigation of alleged crimes including money laundering, wire fraud, campaign finance violations, making false statements, obstruction of justice, and violations of the Foreign Agents Registration Act.

“We who admired him for so long expected much more from Rudy Giuliani and his legacy,” Ken Frydman, a former Giuliani press secretary, wrote in a New York Times opinion piece last month. “‘America’s Mayor,’ as Rudy was called after September 11, is today President Trump’s bumbling personal lawyer and henchman, his apologist and defender of the indefensible.”
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Libertard analysts most likely. Prosecution won’t happen as there is no crime.

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Dec 1, 2019 06:54:21   #
Kevyn
 
Idaho wrote:
Libertard analysts most likely. Prosecution won’t happen as there is no crime.


Have you considered an adult literacy course? They are likely offered in your area and you would gain the gift of reading comprehension. Take this to a grown up in your household and ask them to explain the meaning of the following so you can be enlightened. These are all crimes, in fact serious crimes, money laundering, wire fraud, campaign finance violations, making false statements, obstruction of justice, and violations of the Foreign Agents Registration Act. They are crimes many people are serving prison sentences for committing including numerous Trump associates.

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Dec 1, 2019 08:08:09   #
Liberty Tree
 
Idaho wrote:
Libertard analysts most likely. Prosecution won’t happen as there is no crime.


The Guardian is an ELNJ British rag sheet trying to pose as legitimate news source. Pay it no mind.

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Dec 1, 2019 08:17:05   #
JFlorio Loc: Seminole Florida
 
Liberty Tree wrote:
The Guardian is an ELNJ British rag sheet trying to pose as legitimate news source. Pay it no mind.


Lil kevy poses as a legitimate source of information but has constantly disqualified himself as a partisan snowflake.

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Dec 1, 2019 08:44:33   #
Idaho
 
Kevyn wrote:
Have you considered an adult literacy course? They are likely offered in your area and you would gain the gift of reading comprehension. Take this to a grown up in your household and ask them to explain the meaning of the following so you can be enlightened. These are all crimes, in fact serious crimes, money laundering, wire fraud, campaign finance violations, making false statements, obstruction of justice, and violations of the Foreign Agents Registration Act. They are crimes many people are serving prison sentences for committing including numerous Trump associates.
Have you considered an adult literacy course? They... (show quote)


Fake news, the Dems made fools of themselves - or rather Schitt made a fool of all the House Dems - by trying to claim feelings, 4th hand hearsay and presumptions as evidence.

You don’t understand either the Legislative role or the Judicial process.

The Dems are playing a shell game to try to distract American citizens from looking at Dem corruption. Too bad, We The People have woken up to the game.

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Dec 1, 2019 09:01:33   #
MR Mister Loc: Washington DC
 
Kevyn wrote:
From this mornings Guardian.

Analysts say an indictment is likely as prosecutors focus on Giuliani’s work for Trump and himself in Ukraine

When the former New York City mayor Rudy Giuliani emerged as one of Donald Trump’s most bareknuckle defenders during the Russia investigation, attacking his former colleagues in the justice department, people asked: “What happened to Rudy?”

Now, as federal prosecutors tighten a net of criminal investigations around Giuliani, the question has become: “What is going to happen to Rudy?”

The poignancy of Giuliani’s downfall from national hero and presidential candidate to the subject of multiple federal criminal investigations has been often remarked in the past year.

The net tightened again last week when it emerged a grand jury had issued a broad subpoena for documents relating to Giuliani’s international consulting business as part of an investigation of alleged crimes including money laundering, wire fraud, campaign finance violations, making false statements, obstruction of justice, and violations of the Foreign Agents Registration Act.

“We who admired him for so long expected much more from Rudy Giuliani and his legacy,” Ken Frydman, a former Giuliani press secretary, wrote in a New York Times opinion piece last month. “‘America’s Mayor,’ as Rudy was called after September 11, is today President Trump’s bumbling personal lawyer and henchman, his apologist and defender of the indefensible.”
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''when you can't handle the truth, then try to "silence the source"

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Dec 1, 2019 09:53:51   #
moldyoldy
 
Liberty Tree wrote:
The Guardian is an ELNJ British rag sheet trying to pose as legitimate news source. Pay it no mind.


Scratch that news source and look at twenty others.

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Dec 2, 2019 15:16:15   #
Tug484
 
Kevyn wrote:
From this mornings Guardian.

Analysts say an indictment is likely as prosecutors focus on Giuliani’s work for Trump and himself in Ukraine

When the former New York City mayor Rudy Giuliani emerged as one of Donald Trump’s most bareknuckle defenders during the Russia investigation, attacking his former colleagues in the justice department, people asked: “What happened to Rudy?”

Now, as federal prosecutors tighten a net of criminal investigations around Giuliani, the question has become: “What is going to happen to Rudy?”

The poignancy of Giuliani’s downfall from national hero and presidential candidate to the subject of multiple federal criminal investigations has been often remarked in the past year.

The net tightened again last week when it emerged a grand jury had issued a broad subpoena for documents relating to Giuliani’s international consulting business as part of an investigation of alleged crimes including money laundering, wire fraud, campaign finance violations, making false statements, obstruction of justice, and violations of the Foreign Agents Registration Act.

“We who admired him for so long expected much more from Rudy Giuliani and his legacy,” Ken Frydman, a former Giuliani press secretary, wrote in a New York Times opinion piece last month. “‘America’s Mayor,’ as Rudy was called after September 11, is today President Trump’s bumbling personal lawyer and henchman, his apologist and defender of the indefensible.”
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They pushed that when it really was about the corruption they found on Biden's.

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Dec 2, 2019 15:22:59   #
Louis
 
Kevyn wrote:
Have you considered an adult literacy course? They are likely offered in your area and you would gain the gift of reading comprehension. Take this to a grown up in your household and ask them to explain the meaning of the following so you can be enlightened. These are all crimes, in fact serious crimes, money laundering, wire fraud, campaign finance violations, making false statements, obstruction of justice, and violations of the Foreign Agents Registration Act. They are crimes many people are serving prison sentences for committing including numerous Trump associates.
Have you considered an adult literacy course? They... (show quote)




Get a life kevy. When all is said and done, the country is going to find out this is all BS made up by the democrats and commies like yourself.

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Dec 2, 2019 15:33:26   #
elledee
 
the explosive B.S. diarrhea from the demonrats and their media hacks continue....duh

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Dec 2, 2019 15:56:07   #
Lt. Rob Polans ret.
 
Idaho wrote:
Libertard analysts most likely. Prosecution won’t happen as there is no crime.


Yep, and the Guardian (the American version) is an lgbtq magazine. Interesting what we learn, kidding my cousin read it and she's straight as a board that flat too.

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Dec 2, 2019 15:58:12   #
Lt. Rob Polans ret.
 
Idaho wrote:
Fake news, the Dems made fools of themselves - or rather Schitt made a fool of all the House Dems - by trying to claim feelings, 4th hand hearsay and presumptions as evidence.

You don’t understand either the Legislative role or the Judicial process.

The Dems are playing a shell game to try to distract American citizens from looking at Dem corruption. Too bad, We The People have woken up to the game.


He told them they had 24 hours to sign his petition or letter (doctors note?).

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Dec 2, 2019 16:03:06   #
Blade_Runner Loc: DARK SIDE OF THE MOON
 
Kevyn wrote:
Have you considered an adult literacy course? They are likely offered in your area and you would gain the gift of reading comprehension. Take this to a grown up in your household and ask them to explain the meaning of the following so you can be enlightened. These are all crimes, in fact serious crimes, money laundering, wire fraud, campaign finance violations, making false statements, obstruction of justice, and violations of the Foreign Agents Registration Act. They are crimes many people are serving prison sentences for committing including numerous Trump associates.
Have you considered an adult literacy course? They... (show quote)


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Dec 2, 2019 16:55:41   #
woodguru
 
Liberty Tree wrote:
The Guardian is an ELNJ British rag sheet trying to pose as legitimate news source. Pay it no mind.

What difference does it make who writes about what someone did if they list the things correctly, do you believe that if a biased media covers it it will go away or doesn't mean anything?

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