, 11.19.2020 05:16 PM

Pardon me?

Pardon me? No, pardon you!

Me on ⁦‪Sun Media, on the real reason Trump‬⁩ is desperate to hold onto power! ⁦‪

5 Comments

  1. Yannick says:

    I only watched to get a glimpse of the thick and lustrous hair.

  2. the real Sean says:

    That was the perfect tie for this occasion.

    Yeah, the reality is that Trump and his family are likely facing jail time for multiple crimes. There is a real possibility he will spend the rest of his life in prison… Hence the desperation. And I suspect the Russians will start dumping even more evidence after he leaves office. His usefulness to Putin will be over early in the new year. It will be in Putin’s interest to destroy the guy nice and slowly, in a fashion that is most divisive for America.

  3. Steve Teller says:

    Doesn’t he actually have to be convicted of something, to be pardoned?
    This would just be so poetic if it plays out this way: Between 2021 and 2024, Trump gets convicted for something. Biden sure as heck isn’t going to pardon him. By the time of the 2024 election, Trump has been sentence. Even if he or another Republican wins, the damage is done.

  4. Ronald O'Dowd says:

    Well, at least in his own mind, Trump isn’t beyond trying to pardon himself but as Steve has pointed out, the pardon or commutation powers require a conviction, not necessarily one associated with a jail sentence.

    If I was a federal or even a state prosecutor, I would think long and hard about laying charges given the potential explosive atmosphere that would result. It would be one more incredibly dangerous step down the path to Civil War II. So, in the country’s best interest, all charges should be stayed by a judge, if necessary and failing that, Biden should pardon Trump, if applicable. Sometimes the Greater Good is what counts, not one’s re-election prospects as Gerald Ford demonstrated. That’s what makes Ford a 20th century political hero. He put the country first and paid the ultimate political price for it.

    Now, what do you do at the federal level if state prosecutors proceed? You can’t pardon or commutate as regards state charges.

  5. Pipes says:

    He is a mass murderer and should be charged with crimes against humanity….just saying……

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