What’s the Motivation, Kenneth?

President Trump, presumably outgoing President Trump, is refusing to concede. His opponents are arguing about his motivations. Is it his ego? Or his fear of going to prison? Either way, the end result could be terrifying.

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  • He has reason to be worried. Cyrus Vance Jr. may come at him like a murder hornet for financial perfidy. He fraudulently inflated and deflated the value of his properties to scam investors and the tax system. I doubt he would survive prison–even a lightweight place like Otisville.

  • alex_the_tired
    December 18, 2020 6:56 AM

    I hate to type it, but it’s actually in the dems’ best interests if Trump stays.
    Because of Total Complete Incompetence on the part of the democrats and the mainstream media, as well as the conservative-in-reality aspects of the people running the major social media outlets, Trump has successfully muddied the waters about the election results. It took 40 years of inexcusable neglect by the dems, but right now, out there, are a bunch of Timothy McVeigh (Mark II) lone wolves reading Twitter feeds, facebook groups, and watching Fox News, and I do not want to think about what mayhem they will get up to if Trump is taken away and tried.
    If Trump is NOT tried? SSDD. The Republicans will kneel on Biden’s neck all the way up to the midterms. Then they will impeach him in January 2023 when they formally regain control of the House.
    All this because Hillary Clinton rigged the democratic primary in 2016. If the dems want to survive as a political party, they have to own that, first. Put Trump on trial? Only if you put Hillary on trial too for election tampering.

    • Obama has already established the precedent that only future crimes are subject to prosecution and that past crimes are exempt.

      Lucky for Trump that all of his crimes are in the past.

      Why am I the only one laughing at the idiocy of Obama?

  • I seriously doubt Trump will face any charges if Biden has any say in the matter. Ol’ Joe (neo Jim Crow) Biden will follow the “legacy” of his previous boss, BH Obumma, who effectively said about the egregious criminals of the administration that preceded him: “Why prosecute prior atrocities? There is so little time and there are SO many new atrocities to perform … from which to profit handsomely.”
    Vance Jr had since Jan 2010 to deal with Trump BEFORE his first presidential run. What significantly would be different in his approach now as compared with, say, 2014?

  • Trump is trying to win his competition with Baghdad Bob on the Invasion

    Mohammed Saeed al-Sahaf made so many statements as information minister. Here is a sampling of some of his more outlandish quotes:

    “There are no American infidels in Baghdad. Never!”
    “My feelings, as usual, we will slaughter them all.”
    “Our initial assessment is that they will all die.”
    “No I am not scared and neither should you be!”
    “We will welcome them with bullets and shoes.”
    “They’re not even [within] 100 miles [of Baghdad]. They are not in any place. They hold no place in Iraq. This is an illusion … they are trying to sell to the others an illusion.”

  • Trump is a comedian with a bad sense of humor.

    “Just a flesh wound” (also “’tis but a scratch”) is a line said by the Monty Python and the Holy Grail character, the Black Knight, upon having his arms chopped off by King Arthur. According to Cleese, this scene is a polemic against the saying that “if you never give up, you can’t possibly lose”. The phrase is often used when one denies their opponent’s advantage. The phrase is often used when one denies their opponent’s advantage or downplays received damage. It often has an ironical meaning, like in the sketch, and is used when someone is obviously losing bad or was heavily hurt.

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