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"We're as equally stunned as anyone else," said police during a Friday morning news conference. They also said they have video evidence capturing the sex act.
Kraft's name is on the list of 25 people who will face charges in connection to a crackdown on human trafficking and spa sex acts
Police say Kraft will receive a notice in the mail if he lives in Palm Beach County. Outside the county, Kraft would receive a warrant for his arrest.
originally posted by: daskakik
originally posted by: PokeyJoe
You're really not though. Seriously, you could give it a rest for a little while and I promise no one here would mind.
I really am and, yes, no one here would mind because I'm interrupting their circle jerk.
originally posted by: UncleTomahawk
a reply to: carewemust
might potentially someday eventually be coming from our revamped DOJ.
Robber craft is no small fishy and it was done under the reign of will barr.
There is the chance you have some things a bit mixed.
When Donald Trump announced he was running for president in 2015, he said, “Mexicans. They’re rapists.”
Why did anyone even air that clip without using seven-second delay to bleep out Trump’s creepy racist rape-fantasy madness? Why did cable TV run and rerun it? Maybe we couldn’t believe it, so it had to spool around and around so we could take it all in. But there it was: Trump’s lecherous invocation of sexual violence. His absurdist lying. And of course his lynching-era pretext for racist subjugation and violence.
Now, with his Friday Rose Garden speech, Trump has declared war on our institutions because of that same fantasy, in which he saves imaginary women, bound with imaginary electrical tape, from imaginary rape by ineffectively and expensively walling out refugees and immigrants on the southern border. It adds up to a national emergency in the president’s skull only.
All this because he won’t budge on delusions that used to make rally-goers cheer. The compulsive voice in Trump’s head, and his preoccupation with it, continues to overtake his rallies — demolition derbies where to my eye dwindling crowds now appear skeptical, coerced or both.
Meanwhile, far-right media personalities like Rush Limbaugh and Ann Coulter are loudly laughing at Trump — and, weirder still, laughing at what’s left of his would-be base.
So dangerous and so delusional that former acting director of the FBI Andrew McCabesays the Justice Department discussed using the 25th Amendment, with its protections against crazy commanders in chief, to remove Trump from office after he fired McCabe’s erstwhile boss, James B. Comey. If McCabe can be believed (and there are counter narratives), sober men and women who know and work with Trump considered him a threat to the country.
The Trump shipwreck was apparent to many of us the day he announced his run. After Friday’s flagrant trespassing of the Constitution, and thus his oath of office (already in tatters), even the farthest of the far right ought to admit that Trump is democracy’s full catastrophe.