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Yeah Sure WhatEVs7/11/2020 10:24:20 am PDT

re: #19 Welcome to The Imbleachment (dangerman)

President Trump has said he learned lessons from President Richard M. Nixon’s fall from grace, but in using the power of his office to keep his friend and adviser Roger J. Stone Jr. out of prison he has now crossed a line that even Mr. Nixon in the depths of Watergate dared not cross,” the New York Times reports.

“For months, some of Mr. Trump’s senior White House advisers warned him that it would be politically self-destructive if not ethically inappropriate to use his clemency power to help Mr. Stone, who was convicted of lying to protect the president. But in casting aside their counsel on Friday, Mr. Trump indulged his own sense of grievance over precedent and restraint to reward an ally for his silence.

Crooks know nothing but crime. Trump is a crook.

I hope they have something on Stone that he can be charged after trump is gone. He can spend his days in prison with trump reliving the glory days of criming and forever kvetching about their shared victimhood.