Discussion in 'Up the People' started by kmoss, Sep 26, 2016.
He's gonna squeal.
He's already been charged with a federal crime, which means that what he's doing now is trying not to get locked up for the rest of his natural life.
Court is hard, and he has to stay in detention inbetweentimes. This is also hard, unpleasant and means he's really really looking for a plea/cooperation deal.
Like Cohen, this is a plea deal, not a cooperation deal, but whether or not he can, in future, cooperate is up in the air.
45 keeps on having bad legal days, it seems.
(Disclaimer: I am definitely not a lawyer, and definitely not an American lawyer.)
Okay, here's an actual lawyer talking about this. Take it away, Hatman.
*exhausted thumbs-up from the depths of Election Season*
*slowly inches up the score on the Happening-meter* ?
(though admittedly I feel like we need about 5 different happening meters at this point)
It'll be amusing to see what His Dampness thinks of this, given that he praised Manafort earlier for Not Squealing.
Countdown for Tweet Storm: 5...4...3...
Quoting this to repeat comments from people at a campaign meeting yesterday: "Describing a hurricane as 'big and wet' might be the first true thing I've ever heard him say." "Next he'll be moving on to colors and shapes! :D"
The circle of stupidity is complete.
... the thing they’re using as an A is a D, the “backwards R” is pronounced “ya,” the square W says “Sh,” and the tiny b is silent, and indicates a soft preceding consonant.
stop cyrrilic-ing, people. ur doin it rong.
intellectudl ddyak shze
(i don't actually know how that backwards З is pronounced...)
It is, indeed, a /z/.
Whoop, missed that completely.
It’s been a while since high school Russian; in cursive, does the z usually have a tail? Or is that just the lowercase? (or am I just hallucinating?)
ugh, that is also a pet peeve of mine. also every college frat and sorority that uses sigmas for Es. "GR∑∑K LIF∑" that says "grssk lifs"
so with kavenaugh being accused of premediated rape ya'll might wanna like.
call your senators
ask that they oppose his appointment extra hard, if the perjury and fraud and such weren't enough
Wait, heck, it gets dumber.
Ah, yes, we totally trust the White House to redact documents related to an investigation of the White House without any political bias. We further trust the White House to redact things in a competent, deliberate manner for the sake of both national security and the privacy rights of American citizens. We have full faith in the White House, which so far has done a no less than stellar job handling communications and security against leaks both politically motivated and completely accidental.
man, i thought i had gotten over the whole "dying inside constantly" phase of this administration
actual noise made: "hhhhauughh"
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