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Cohen gets 3 years

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posted on Dec, 12 2018 @ 12:34 PM
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'Recently the president tweeted a statement calling me weak and it was correct, but for a much different reason than he was implying,' Cohen told a federal judge in open court. 'It was because time and time again I felt it was my duty to cover up his dirty deeds,' Cohen said.


Womps and prayers. Make sure you keep that top bunk warm. I have a feeling you’re going to have a lot of company come January.





posted on Dec, 12 2018 @ 12:35 PM
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originally posted by: olaru12

originally posted by: Skywatcher2011

originally posted by: MisterSpock

originally posted by: Skywatcher2011

originally posted by: MisterSpock
a reply to: Aallanon

3 Years, sounds rough, probably in one of those country club jails that he can leave for 6 or 8 hours a day from.

Poor guy.


But in those hours that he is in...well...he can get a few cuddles from an inmate


Aren't these rich people prison basically luxury resorts? I'm assuming there aren't any actual violent criminals there.

So that might be wishful thinking.


You are right...they probably allow lube and vibrators.


Tell us more you seem like the voice of experience.


Sounds like you are very interested in this subject. Why not go to a white collar prison and experience it for yourself. Then come back on ATS and write up a thread detailing everything you experienced? Oh wait, you probably have this kind of fetish yet you are likely the closet watcher I take it.



posted on Dec, 12 2018 @ 12:35 PM
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a reply to: MisterSpock

www.google.com... biw

This page is photos of federal correctional facilities in New York state. They don't look like a country club but they are clean and modern.



posted on Dec, 12 2018 @ 12:42 PM
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originally posted by: jrod
a reply to: rickymouse

Keep making excuses for Trump. His house of cards are falling.

I am willing to bet he will be impeached in 2019.

He might be. But no way will the Senate vote 2/3 to remove him. Not for a ticky-tacky campaign finance violation, which so far is the only thing he's being accused of that might actually be a violation of the law. (And which probably isn't a violation at all, since as many legal commentators have pointed out that probably cannot be considered a campaign contribution.)

Also, look into how the Republicans faired after their impeachment of Bill Clinton. It backfired on them big time, and there's every reason to think the same will happen to the Democrats if they impeach Trump.



posted on Dec, 12 2018 @ 12:47 PM
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originally posted by: jrod
a reply to: rickymouse

Keep making excuses for Trump. His house of cards are falling.

I am willing to bet he will be impeached in 2019.


I don't really care if he gets impeached, I would like to see pence in office. Things will get a lot stricter if Pence gets in. Laws governing false news will be observed and these agencies will lose their licenses. If the News agencies would have done this to Hillary if she had won, the news agencies would have been closed a couple of years ago and all this turmoil would not be happening. Trump is not addressing the lying by the press so much because he is a deceiver himself. Hillary does not care, she would have crushed the press.

Cohen should not have lied under oath, he is a trained lawyer. If he could not shift the focus of the ones questioning him he should have told the truth. I can't figure out why Trump even had him as his lawyer, maybe he wanted a corrupt lawyer so he could get what he wanted done.

My accountant will not let me claim deductions on my taxes that he feels will be iffy, I mentioned to him what other contractors were doing taxwise and he said the savings is not worth using some loopholes in the longrun. I never claimed a lot of things I could have claimed on taxes and I look back at the peace and tranquility I have because I did not, especially when I hear some of the people got audited and big fines for misusing the deductions

Cohen was the attorney, trained to steer trump the legal way and should not have lied under oath. I hope that this sets precidence so lawyers do not lie or twist the truth so badly in court in the future.



posted on Dec, 12 2018 @ 12:49 PM
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a reply to: AndyFromMichigan


Also, look into how the Republicans faired after their impeachment of Bill Clinton. It backfired on them big time, and there's every reason to think the same will happen to the Democrats if they impeach Trump.


Personally, I hope Trump doesn’t get impeached. For me it’s enough knowing that everyone who votes for him in 2020 will vote for him fully knowing they’re voting for a criminal for President of the United States. Whether they admit it or not.

Any kind of perceived high ground on any issue is instantly invalidated by choosing to vote for someone as publicly corrupt as Donald Trump.



posted on Dec, 12 2018 @ 12:49 PM
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originally posted by: AndyFromMichigan

originally posted by: jrod
a reply to: rickymouse

Keep making excuses for Trump. His house of cards are falling.

I am willing to bet he will be impeached in 2019.

He might be. But no way will the Senate vote 2/3 to remove him. Not for a ticky-tacky campaign finance violation, which so far is the only thing he's being accused of that might actually be a violation of the law. (And which probably isn't a violation at all, since as many legal commentators have pointed out that probably cannot be considered a campaign contribution.)

Also, look into how the Republicans faired after their impeachment of Bill Clinton. It backfired on them big time, and there's every reason to think the same will happen to the Democrats if they impeach Trump.


True, but keep in mind even if he was proven to have committed treason beyond a shadow of a doubt, or is literally in Putin's pocket, the Senate still wouldn't reach the 2/3rds needed to remove him. I purport that rather than removing Trump as the 'endgame' (as you and I both agree he isn't getting removed by a Republican controlled senate), the DEM strategy is instead to tie whichever senators don't vote to remove to whatever crimes are found and hope that hurts their re-election numbers.



posted on Dec, 12 2018 @ 12:54 PM
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originally posted by: Sublimecraft
"Everyone I don't like is a cult member"




Said the triggered cult member.



posted on Dec, 12 2018 @ 12:55 PM
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a reply to: underwerks




For me it’s enough knowing that everyone who votes for him in 2020 will vote for him fully knowing they’re voting for a criminal for President of the United States. Whether they admit it or not. Any kind of perceived high ground on any issue is instantly invalidated by choosing to vote for someone as publicly corrupt as Donald Trump.


Fake news, unless you can prove Trump is a criminal. But let's face facts here, we know you can't. I know I'll be voting for him again in 2020 just to make people like you cry for another 4 years.



posted on Dec, 12 2018 @ 12:55 PM
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a reply to: rickymouse

Also, recording his client without permission was a highly unethical thing for Cohen to do. Cohen is a worthless slimeball on par with Avenatti. It's ironic that Avenatti was on hand to gloat over this, seeing as how his own life is crashing & burning right now as well.

As it is, Obama collected millions of dollars of contributions illegally, and he just paid a fine. By all rights this shouldn't amount to anymore more than a fine, if that. But since it's Trump you guys want to turn it into a capitol offense.



posted on Dec, 12 2018 @ 12:56 PM
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originally posted by: olaru12
3 years, more than enough time to write a best seller destroying the trump GOP cult.


You know I'm getting really tired of hearing this after 8 years of our mass media and Hollywood being ideologically dedicated to Obama, advancing his agenda and destroying his opposition.



posted on Dec, 12 2018 @ 12:58 PM
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originally posted by: Wayfarer

originally posted by: AndyFromMichigan

originally posted by: jrod
a reply to: rickymouse

Keep making excuses for Trump. His house of cards are falling.

I am willing to bet he will be impeached in 2019.

He might be. But no way will the Senate vote 2/3 to remove him. Not for a ticky-tacky campaign finance violation, which so far is the only thing he's being accused of that might actually be a violation of the law. (And which probably isn't a violation at all, since as many legal commentators have pointed out that probably cannot be considered a campaign contribution.)

Also, look into how the Republicans faired after their impeachment of Bill Clinton. It backfired on them big time, and there's every reason to think the same will happen to the Democrats if they impeach Trump.


True, but keep in mind even if he was proven to have committed treason beyond a shadow of a doubt, or is literally in Putin's pocket, the Senate still wouldn't reach the 2/3rds needed to remove him. I purport that rather than removing Trump as the 'endgame' (as you and I both agree he isn't getting removed by a Republican controlled senate), the DEM strategy is instead to tie whichever senators don't vote to remove to whatever crimes are found and hope that hurts their re-election numbers.

LOL. Look how well that worked out for Republicans in the 1990's. They lost control of Congress for many years.



posted on Dec, 12 2018 @ 12:59 PM
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originally posted by: AndyFromMichigan

originally posted by: jrod
a reply to: rickymouse

Keep making excuses for Trump. His house of cards are falling.

I am willing to bet he will be impeached in 2019.

He might be. But no way will the Senate vote 2/3 to remove him. Not for a ticky-tacky campaign finance violation, which so far is the only thing he's being accused of that might actually be a violation of the law. (And which probably isn't a violation at all, since as many legal commentators have pointed out that probably cannot be considered a campaign contribution.)

Also, look into how the Republicans faired after their impeachment of Bill Clinton. It backfired on them big time, and there's every reason to think the same will happen to the Democrats if they impeach Trump.


Sounds like you are listening to crappy legal commentators then. Considering that Cohen just got 3 years for this.

Maybe you should reevaluate your news sources? I bet those crappy legal commentators aren't crappy at all and are just liars...



posted on Dec, 12 2018 @ 01:02 PM
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originally posted by: whargoul

originally posted by: Sublimecraft
"Everyone I don't like is a cult member"




Said the triggered cult member.


I bet you were a pussy on the battlefield too, just like you are on ATS.



posted on Dec, 12 2018 @ 01:03 PM
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originally posted by: AndyFromMichigan

LOL. Look how well that worked out for Republicans in the 1990's. They lost control of Congress for many years.


They took the Senate and House back in only 2 years.



posted on Dec, 12 2018 @ 01:04 PM
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originally posted by: whargoul

originally posted by: AndyFromMichigan

originally posted by: jrod
a reply to: rickymouse

Keep making excuses for Trump. His house of cards are falling.

I am willing to bet he will be impeached in 2019.

He might be. But no way will the Senate vote 2/3 to remove him. Not for a ticky-tacky campaign finance violation, which so far is the only thing he's being accused of that might actually be a violation of the law. (And which probably isn't a violation at all, since as many legal commentators have pointed out that probably cannot be considered a campaign contribution.)

Also, look into how the Republicans faired after their impeachment of Bill Clinton. It backfired on them big time, and there's every reason to think the same will happen to the Democrats if they impeach Trump.


Sounds like you are listening to crappy legal commentators then. Considering that Cohen just got 3 years for this.

Maybe you should reevaluate your news sources? I bet those crappy legal commentators aren't crappy at all and are just liars...

No, Cohen got 3 years for fraud and lying to investigators. The campaign finance thing was tacked on as a way to get at Trump, and yes many legal experts are saying it's BS, and the payments do not qualify as a campaign contribution.



posted on Dec, 12 2018 @ 01:09 PM
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originally posted by: Middleoftheroad
a reply to: underwerks




For me it’s enough knowing that everyone who votes for him in 2020 will vote for him fully knowing they’re voting for a criminal for President of the United States. Whether they admit it or not. Any kind of perceived high ground on any issue is instantly invalidated by choosing to vote for someone as publicly corrupt as Donald Trump.


Fake news, unless you can prove Trump is a criminal. But let's face facts here, we know you can't. I know I'll be voting for him again in 2020 just to make people like you cry for another 4 years.


Ya, because that's a valid strategy to choose our governance. Good for you, I bet you are fun to be around.



posted on Dec, 12 2018 @ 01:10 PM
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a reply to: IgnoranceIsntBlisss

But you have to admit, the breadth and width of the following is immense. I haven't really seen the like of it before, especially here on ATS.

I don't really understand it very well myself, but it is fascinating. For being on a conspiracy site, the adherents to the idea of a supersaviour or hero is kind of weird.

I don't think it is about them expecting actual results, at least not from a certain percentage that appear to be most enthusiastic. I think it is completely something different.



posted on Dec, 12 2018 @ 01:21 PM
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Ya, because that's a valid strategy to choose our governance. Good for you, I bet you are fun to be around.


Thanks man, my friends and I always have a blast.



posted on Dec, 12 2018 @ 01:22 PM
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originally posted by: AndyFromMichigan

originally posted by: whargoul

originally posted by: AndyFromMichigan

originally posted by: jrod
a reply to: rickymouse

Keep making excuses for Trump. His house of cards are falling.

I am willing to bet he will be impeached in 2019.

He might be. But no way will the Senate vote 2/3 to remove him. Not for a ticky-tacky campaign finance violation, which so far is the only thing he's being accused of that might actually be a violation of the law. (And which probably isn't a violation at all, since as many legal commentators have pointed out that probably cannot be considered a campaign contribution.)

Also, look into how the Republicans faired after their impeachment of Bill Clinton. It backfired on them big time, and there's every reason to think the same will happen to the Democrats if they impeach Trump.


Sounds like you are listening to crappy legal commentators then. Considering that Cohen just got 3 years for this.

Maybe you should reevaluate your news sources? I bet those crappy legal commentators aren't crappy at all and are just liars...

No, Cohen got 3 years for fraud and lying to investigators. The campaign finance thing was tacked on as a way to get at Trump, and yes many legal experts are saying it's BS, and the payments do not qualify as a campaign contribution.


Jeezuz, I started with a smart-alec reply, but jeezuz you are deluded. They got you good man.

He was charged with fraud and lying /about/ campaign finances. They didn't have to tack *snip to *snip, that's what the whole case is about. This is looking to be the first domino.

You're arguing semantics, but that doesn't change reality.




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