Trump Tweets CRIME OF THE CENTURY for Thursday’s Open Thread

Trump Tweets Logo. Image by Lenny Ghoul.

Day two of the New Year finds the Impeached President tweeting 4 times, so far for Thursday.

First things first, what he meant was, the Witch Hunt is hurting our Country so badly, not do badly. The two tweets were sent at 8:42 a.m. eastern and have yet to be replaced, they will be, probably by the time this thread is published. But as we have been saying far too much lately, the internet is forever.

According to his Twitter bio Sohrab Ahmari, is an Op-ed editor for the New York Post, and a Contributing editor for the Catholic Herald.

His suggestion for the Supreme Court, Adrian Vermeule’s, Twitter bio reads, “Tyler Professor of Constitutional Law, Harvard Law School. “There is a day to come which will reverse the confident judgments of men.“

Ahmari also sent a second tweet responding to the President’s tweet.

Matthew Gertz of Media Matters, often confused with Florida Rep. Matt Gaetz (R), was off Twitter to celebrate both Christmas and Hanukah, today, Matthew not the drunk Rep., from Florida, restarted his monitoring of Trump’s Tweets as they connect to live Fox News segments.

As to the President calling Impeachment a Hoax, well, that doesn’t change the fact that he is Impeached, and that is forever.

While the above tweet was posted in a thread. I feel they need separated out.

“A lot of very good people…”

ABC News 11/15/19.

Convictions or guilty pleas that resulted from the Special Counsel Robert Mueller Russian Interference Investigation. (Mueller Report).

Paul Manafort, former Trump Presidential Campaign manager was convicted on 8 counts of criminal charges stemming from bank fraud to tax evasion, in Virginia. Following the conviction he pleaded guilty to other charges filed in the District of Columbia. He was sentenced to 81 months in prison.

The Washington Post reported in Oct. 2019, that President Trump’s personal attorney Rudy Giuliani, had in “recent months has consulted several times with Manafort through the federal prisoner’s lawyer in pursuit of information about a disputed ledger [The black ledger] that would bolster his theory that the real story of 2016 is not Russian interference to elect Trump, but Ukrainian efforts to support Hillary Clinton.” Giuliani confirmed the relationship to the Post in an interview.

Rick Gates, Manafort’s business partner also worked for the Trump campaign as the second in command. He entered a plea deal, in February 2018 on the charges that he conspired against the United States and for lying to federal prosecutors. He cooperated with investigators and in December 2019 he was sentenced to serve 45 days in jail. (CNN).

Michael Flynn, former National Security Adviser to President Trump, entered a guilty plea on Dec. 1st, 2017, for making false statements and omissions in FBI interviews, Flynn is still awaiting sentencing.

Roger Stone, a longtime personal friend to President Trump was found guilty on Nov. 15, 2019 for obstruction of an official proceeding, five counts of false statements, including lying to Congress, and one count of witness tampering. His sentencing is scheduled for February 6, 2020, he faces up to 50 years in prison.

Michael Cohen, President Trump’s onetime personal attorney pleaded guilty to one count of making false statements to Congress. He was sentenced to three months in prison for that count, to be served concurrently with his three-year sentence he received for crimes he committed in the Southern District of New York. One of those crimes was facilitating hush money payments at the direction of the President, then-candidate Trump to silence two women who claimed having affairs with then-businessman Trump in 2008-2009. Cohen provided Congress with a documents, including several checks signed by President Trump repaying Cohen regarding one of the hush money payments.

The above named convictions do not include a full list of those that have been indicted and convicted. For a full list @ ABC News.

“SPIED on my campaign.”

Inspector General Michael Horowitz testified before the Senate that this is not accurate. Four campaign members for President Trump were under surveillance, Carter Page, Paul Manafort, Michael Flynn, and George Papadopoulos. 2 of the four are listed above. Papadopoulos pleaded guilty to lying to the FBI regarding his contact with Russian Nationals while he was a Trump campaign foreign adviser. He was sentenced to 14 days in jail, fined $9,500, given 200 hours of community service, and given a year of supervision.

Carter Page was not charged, Horowitz did testify that Page’s FISA Application was riddled with errors, but he found no political bias, save for possibly one low-level employee that he referred to the Department of Justice for further investigation after Horowitz’s team found that an email had be forged. The IG Report regarding the FISA application process and the opening of the Trump campaign members and Russia can be found here. It should be noted that Page was the only one of the four under a FISA warrant.


It appears 2020 is just going to be an all caps version of 2019, 2018, 2017….only with more rallies given it’s a Presidential Election Cycle. Good Times!!!!

For what it’s worth, had a Democrat President pressured a foreign country in order to have help with a political campaign, pretty sure that President would have either resigned or been removed from Office already, but hypocrisy knows no bounds, so instead we are all here subjected to whataboutism from the leader of the free world.

The typo’d do instead of so tweet is still posted on President Trump feed at 12:02 eastern time.

In Other, but IMO connected to President Trump’s whining about Impeachment, News.

This post might be updated within reason.

This is an Open Thread.

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