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  2. They probably won’t, but I have no idea. But they’ll make the case for it in an effort to create legislation. I’m not interested in the least that they be released to the public. He can still face criminal charges if malfeasance is found. That’s the point; not that his financials be for public consumption. Haha... he’s mad. You could look at my taxes all you want if I were implicated in as much malfeasance as trump. In fact, I would likely expect elected officials to divulge their finances, as most have, which trump conceals. btw... trump is the welfare king. He’s never earned a noble dollar in his life. But keep flexing for the worlds leading grifter.
  3. You inability to answer the question is duly noted. Your surrender is accepted.
  4. Pretty tough with the schumer lugosi schitshow spending every dime we don't have...
  5. no it doesn't....which is probably why DoJ didn't try to give it as reason for dropping the case.
  6. You’re inability to answer the question is duly noted. Your surrender is accepted.
  7. it's irrelevant....it's not cited as a reason to dismiss.. You have to try to focus, hack.
  8. Sounds like entrapment and a coerced plea. What lobbying charges were the Flynns charged with?
  9. California could release up to 8,000 prisoners to prevent coronavirus spread, officials say Cases in San Quentin State Prison soared following the transfer of more than 100 inmates from another prison. By Louis Casiano | Fox News Facebook Twitter Flipboard Comments Print Email Video Fox News Flash top headlines for July 10 Fox News Flash top headlines are here. Check out what's clicking on Foxnews.com. California will release around 8,000 prison inmates early in an effort to slow the spread of the coronavirus in state correctional facilities, with more than half expected to return to society by the end of July, officials said Friday. The move will allow prisons to use the extra space to impose social distancing rules, isolation and quarantine measures, the state Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation said in a statement. “These actions are taken to provide for the health and safety of the incarcerated population and staff,” CDCR Secretary Ralph Diaz said. “We aim to implement these decompression measures in a way that aligns both public health and public safety.” A Department of Corrections officer guards the main entryway leading into San Quentin State Prison in San Quentin, Calif. Corrections officials said Friday that up to 8,000 state prison inmates could be released in an effort to prevent the spread of the coronavirus in correctional facilities. (AP Photo/Eric Risberg, File) The department estimates 8,000 inmates could be released by the end of August, providing they meet several criteria. Prisoners with a year or less left on their sentences are eligible for early release. Those with convictions of violent felonies and sex crimes are not. Anyone released from custody will be tested for the virus within seven days of their return to society, the CDCR said. Several states have opted to release some prison inmates early amid a surge in infections in correctional institutions. California has reduced its prison population by 10,000 since mid-March, when the COVID-19 pandemic first triggered government protection measures in the United States. As of Friday, the state prison system reported 5,841 coronaviruses among inmates, which increased by 864 in the past two weeks. In San Quentin State Prison in San Francisco's Bay Area, infections among prisoners soared after the transfer of 121 inmates from the California Institution for Men in Chino, which reported hundreds of cases amid crowded conditions. A third of San Quentin's 3,500 inmates tested positive for COVID-19 following the transfer. CLICK HERE TO GET THE FOX NEWS APP Anne Irwin, director of nonprofit advocacy group Smart Justice California, applauded Friday's announcement, which she said will "protect the lives of people living and working inside prisons and in surrounding communities." “We applaud the Governor for working on two crucial fronts: getting the most vulnerable people out of harm’s way and stemming the spread of COVID-19 inside prisons and neighboring communities,” Irwin said in a statement.
  10. Was it disclosed to the judge that the prosecutors were threatening Flynn’s son? A simple yes or no will suffice.
  11. wait....he knowingly implicates his son in an illegal lobbying scheme, and we're supposed to believe he was COERCED into a plea because the kid was culpable? That sounds like a courtesy..
  12. "gets his ass kicked, goes personal".... Hmmmmmm... Brick.
  13. That's right...but only because his foreign lobbying scheme INVOLVED HIS SON.
  14. I’m about ready to hop in the Bullitt and cruise for dinner.
  15. Bullshit junior. You did not like her style of posting. grow the fuck up. I will donate here when you do. Until then? Not.
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