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January 20, 2020

Trump has been laundering real estate money with Lev Parnas for decades

Filed under: Cartoons, Criminal, Fascism, Memes, News, Political, Questions — Scottie @ 05:34

Trump has been laundering real estate money with Lev Parnas for decades.


  1. Ohhhhh but that’s different, doncha’ know? It was for his FATHER! At least that would most likely be his defense … which is about as genuine as the rest of what comes out of his mouth.

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    Comment by Nan — January 20, 2020 @ 12:22

    • Hello Nan. . Yes they will say that. But the cult is reinforced with State Propaganda TV. The thing is to get the information out as best we can that the idea that all these criminals and people who commit crimes doing tRumps bidding are some how not known to him. That is their entire defence other than a crime is not a crime, is that these people did it but tRump did not know. So these people did exactly what tRump wanted yet did not know tRump wanted them to do it? Even Dylan can not believe that ( I hope ) . We have pictures from Mar-a-Largo with tRump on stage with known mob members after he won the election. Back when he thought he was going to be king. Nan I am serious when I say this next election will be the most important one in my lifetime. Either we will start to pull the country back a bit from the brink of the loss of democracy with a corporate Democrat, or we will take the country back forcefully with one of the two progressives. But we also must win the Senate. Hugs


      Comment by Scottie — January 20, 2020 @ 13:18

      • I agree that this election is what is going to dictate the direction this country is going to go in the next several years.

        But the point of my comment was about tRumpsky himself in that he would NEVER admit to being a friend/associate/golf-playing buddy with anyone whose reputation and/or actions might sway the opinion of his supporters in another direction. IOW, lie…lie…lie — as he always has and always will.

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        Comment by Nan — January 20, 2020 @ 13:27

        • Hello Nan. Oh yes you are correct. Sorry I just went on auto pilot into a deep dive of the issue. It is a hazard of being so immersed in all of it, I just have so much information in my head I want to share. Oh gravy , I sound like an theist wanting to share their god with everyone, don’t I?
          Yuck. But it is one of my biggest passions.

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          Comment by Scottie — January 20, 2020 @ 14:26

  2. I sound like an theist wanting to share their god with everyone, don’t I?

    Well … sigh … yes. But that’s OK. You’re just want to sway my opinion, not save my soul. 😀 Besides, I’ve learned a lot from your comments (especially to Dylan) so don’t fret.

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    Comment by Nan — January 20, 2020 @ 14:46

    • Hello Nan. Really! What about my talks with Dylan has resonated with you? I feel sometimes I am yelling into the wind with him. I really think he is a teenage homeschooled by his deeply religious family. Ron thinks he is a mid twenties troll. I may be wrong but I sense something questioning from him, a desire to learn while attempting to push what he has been taught.

      I say this because of our “son James”. He was an emotionally abused kid of deeply religious parents who we befriended and took in when we moved here. In a short version of his story his step father hated him and used religion to control his mother. His mother decided to give her allegiance to her husband rather than to her son, who suffered for it. Ron and I made sure he had clothes he when he went to school in torn clothing, when he was forced to stay at school until 6 PM so he wouldn’t bother his step dad I started going to pick him up and taking him to our home. I found out he had no books or access to a library ( something I was forbidden to have also growing up. Not books even school books ) so I took him to the local one and got him a card. His step dad found out and forbid him to have books ( just like my adoptive parents did to me ) so I kept his books at my place. It was a delicate dance, we couldn’t interfere with their parental custody , which is a felony here in Florida, but we tried to give him as much support as we could. When he needed a computer for school I provided him one, and then I gave the “family ” a router so he could use it. During his teen years he spend his after school hours at our home until he was allowed to go to his home. He has told us afterwards he felt our place was his home. In the summers when school was out he spend most of his days at our home. The reason I mention all this is because in his religious home ( where he was treated like shit and hated by his step father ) was he was forced to go to a church school where he was taught total garbage and lies about our country’s founding. I have written before how he was taught the total lie that this was a Christian nation , founded to be for Christians only, and was a defence against other religions. The poor kid would come to our place after school and tell us what the had been taught, we would go online and discuss it , showing how they lied to him. He had to answer the tests the way they wanted to get grades while knowing it was wrong and a lie. To this day he credits us with showing him how things really are. We taught him to drive, how do keep a checking account, how to balance a budget and so much more. They taught him how to worship a god, that the US was a gift from god to be a holy nation to enforce god’s will. How to be a good little soldier to enforce their god’s will. That is not how he turned out. He is a strapping big man who is a free thinker and has no truck with his parents religion at all. But that why his parents hate us. I wonder why? Hugs


      Comment by Scottie — January 20, 2020 @ 15:35

      • You and Ron are good people! And if I might bring religion into the picture — you demonstrated the commands of Jesus FAR, FAR better than most “Christians” do. Certainly better than his parents!

        I could never pinpoint any one thing from your conversations with Dylan. Just general stuff that I hadn’t thought about before … or had never heard or known about.

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        Comment by Nan — January 20, 2020 @ 16:31

        • Hello Nan. Thank you. Dylan reminds me of James when he was 14. Searching, repeating what he was being told, but when he talks to others seeing the problems. almost hoping someone will challenge him. I can only hope I am helping him. Hugs

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          Comment by Scottie — January 20, 2020 @ 17:14

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