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Voting for a Criminal?
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Sir Gregory Hall, Esq.
2016-10-31 15:17:21 UTC
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Yes, how can anybody in their right mind vote for
Criminal Hillary? She's obviously broken the law
time and time again. She's obviously purchased the
favor or various government officials in order to
remain un indicted, i.e., Obama's Justice Dept. via
Loretta Lynch. Hillary is part of and in cahoots
with an unrepentant criminal element in the high
levels of government. The President of the United
States is firmly ensconced in this criminal group
of elitists who think they are privileged and don't
have to follow laws they hound, arrest and imprison
*the masses* with.

Should Hillary actually win the presidential election
it will be due to vote-rigging and other corruption
by the left along with too many stupid, ignorant,
unethical and immoral people voting a criminal into
office. That so many Americans are not offended by
such criminal behavior tells me that these Americans
are criminals themselves who think they may benefit
by voting in fellow criminals.

Sad, very sad that our once-great country has come
to this.
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"It is my learned opinion that a man should not
mince words, just to spare the sensibilities of
the thin-skinned or the ignorant."

--Sir Gregory Hall, Esq.
Marcus
2016-11-29 19:06:43 UTC
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Post by Sir Gregory Hall, Esq.
Yes, how can anybody in their right mind vote for
Criminal Hillary? She's obviously broken the law
time and time again. She's obviously purchased the
favor or various government officials in order to
remain un indicted, i.e., Obama's Justice Dept. via
Loretta Lynch. Hillary is part of and in cahoots
with an unrepentant criminal element in the high
levels of government. The President of the United
States is firmly ensconced in this criminal group
of elitists who think they are privileged and don't
have to follow laws they hound, arrest and imprison
*the masses* with.
Should Hillary actually win the presidential election
it will be due to vote-rigging and other corruption
by the left along with too many stupid, ignorant,
unethical and immoral people voting a criminal into
office. That so many Americans are not offended by
such criminal behavior tells me that these Americans
are criminals themselves who think they may benefit
by voting in fellow criminals.
Sad, very sad that our once-great country has come
to this.
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"It is my learned opinion that a man should not
mince words, just to spare the sensibilities of
the thin-skinned or the ignorant."
--Sir Gregory Hall, Esq.
http://www.theatlantic.com/politics/archive/2016/11/donald-trump-scandals/474726/

Also, this appeared prior to the election, and yet idiots still voted for him:

Yesterday, Donald Trump possibly committed a felony by inciting Vladimir Putin and the Russian government to hack an American citizen and release personal emails. It’s just the latest questionably illegal action by the Republican nominee for President, who has been sued over 3,500 times in his career, including 70 times since he kicked off his campaign. In fact, two groups have threatened to sue him this week for refusing to pay for services rendered. More chilling than even his potentially treasonous comments was his suggestion yesterday that, if he had the power, he would hack into the private communications of political opponents (and the Presidency would give him that power).

That’s terrifying.

It’s also just the latest illegal or potentially illegal act in the life and career of Donald Trump. Here’s a taste of Donald Trump’s other illegal activities:

— Donald Trump has a long history of not honoring contracts with construction companies

— Donald Trump has knowingly and intentionally defrauded Trump University students, fleecing them out of thousands of dollars

— He may have illegally coordinated with his SuperPac

— He illegally used corporate resources to pay an employee to write a political speech

— He violated federal law by claiming proceeds from various Trump products would go to charity, although there is no evidence that Trump ever donated the money to charity

— He violated IRS rules by using $12,000 from his charity organization to purchase a Tim Tebow helmet

— He violated election laws by emailing foreign officials to solicit political contributions

— He violated federal laws by offering Ben Carson a job in exchange for his endorsement

— His employees violated a U.S. trade embargo by pursuing commercial activities in Cuba when it was illegal to do so

— He’s run afoul of election laws by using campaign contributions to pay $6 million to his own businesses

— He violated Wisconsin election laws by talking with voters as they stood in line to vote

— He violated New York state education laws for operating a for-profit investment school without the required license

— His foreign policy proposals would violate NATO

— He’s violated copyright law for using copyrighted images without permission

— Many of the proposals he has vowed to pursue as President violate the First, Fourth, Fifth, and Eighth Amendments of the Constitution

— Trump broke New York state law by lobbying to prevent an Indian casino from opening in the Catskills

— His vow to use torture on suspected terrorists would violate the Geneva conventions. He would be committing war crimes.

— He broke anti-discrimination laws to keep a mob boss gambling at one of his casinos

— He violated immigration laws by misrepresenting his company on work-visa applications
Sir Gregory Hall, Esq.
2016-11-29 19:29:14 UTC
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On Tue, 29 Nov 2016 11:06:43 -0800 (PST), Marcus <***@yahoo.com> wrote:

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— He violated immigration laws by misrepresenting his company on work-visa applications
Show a little respect. It's President Elect Trump.

You loser!
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"It is my learned opinion that a man should not
mince words, just to spare the sensibilities of
the thin-skinned or the ignorant."

--Sir Gregory Hall, Esq.
Marcus
2016-11-29 20:58:08 UTC
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Post by Marcus
— He violated immigration laws by misrepresenting his company on work-visa applications
Show a little respect. It's President Elect Trump.
You loser!
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"It is my learned opinion that a man should not
mince words, just to spare the sensibilities of
the thin-skinned or the ignorant."
--Sir Gregory Hall, Esq.
He's not MY President-Elect.
Sir Gregory Hall, Esq.
2016-11-29 21:21:17 UTC
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Post by Sir Gregory Hall, Esq.
<...>
— He violated immigration laws by misrepresenting his company on work-visa applications
Show a little respect. It's President Elect Trump.
You loser!
He's not MY President-Elect.
That's because you're one of them Brit wankstains.
Seems to me it's presumptuous of you to be butting
in where you have no business being.
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"It is my learned opinion that a man should not
mince words, just to spare the sensibilities of
the thin-skinned or the ignorant."

--Sir Gregory Hall, Esq.
Marcus
2016-11-30 02:22:30 UTC
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— He violated immigration laws by misrepresenting his company on work-visa applications
Show a little respect. It's President Elect Trump.
You loser!
He's not MY President-Elect.
That's because you're one of them Brit wankstains.
Seems to me it's presumptuous of you to be butting
in where you have no business being.
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"It is my learned opinion that a man should not
mince words, just to spare the sensibilities of
the thin-skinned or the ignorant."
--Sir Gregory Hall, Esq.
Seems to me that it's presumptuous of you, a person who puts "Sir" in front of his name, to assume that I'm British.

Born in the USA.
Sir Gregory Hall, Esq.
2016-11-30 03:30:33 UTC
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<...>
— He violated immigration laws by misrepresenting his company on work-visa applications
Show a little respect. It's President Elect Trump.
You loser!
He's not MY President-Elect.
That's because you're one of them Brit wankstains.
Seems to me it's presumptuous of you to be butting
in where you have no business being.
Seems to me that it's presumptuous of you, a person who puts "Sir" in front of his name, to assume that I'm British.
Born in the USA.
Maybe but you're a freaking ex-patriot with no skin in the game so
shut your pie hole.
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"It is my learned opinion that a man should not
mince words, just to spare the sensibilities of
the thin-skinned or the ignorant."

--Sir Gregory Hall, Esq.
Marcus
2016-12-01 02:15:00 UTC
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— He violated immigration laws by misrepresenting his company on work-visa applications
Show a little respect. It's President Elect Trump.
You loser!
He's not MY President-Elect.
That's because you're one of them Brit wankstains.
Seems to me it's presumptuous of you to be butting
in where you have no business being.
Seems to me that it's presumptuous of you, a person who puts "Sir" in front of his name, to assume that I'm British.
Born in the USA.
Maybe but you're a freaking ex-patriot with no skin in the game so
shut your pie hole.
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"It is my learned opinion that a man should not
mince words, just to spare the sensibilities of
the thin-skinned or the ignorant."
--Sir Gregory Hall, Esq.
I am not an ex-patriot. I have always lived in the USA.

I don't know how your feeble brain latched onto the false idea that I am from the UK or live there.
Sir Gregory Hall, Esq.
2016-12-01 02:22:45 UTC
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I don't know how your feeble brain latched onto the false idea that I am from the UK or live there.
Then you're a different Marcus than the one who
used to post here a couple years ago. He was
a European. I think a Brit.
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"It is my learned opinion that a man should not
mince words, just to spare the sensibilities of
the thin-skinned or the ignorant."

--Sir Gregory Hall, Esq.
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