For the last week there have been a huge amount of media stories on Donald Trump, it's almost like there's one story "they" are trying to cover up (a possibility is the 5 parts essay at the bottom of this post)...
That's besides the FTX cryptocurrency bankruptcy: https://www.lawfulpath.com/forum/viewto ... 8&start=40
And the Elon Musk orchestrated "Twitter files": https://www.lawfulpath.com/forum/viewto ... 1&start=20
This is at least a real scandal, and close to the main topic of the "Twitter files".
Meta Platforms Inc. (Facebook) has settled the long-running lawsuit about Facebook illegally sharing user data with election manipulation firm Cambridge Analytica for $725 million.
Facebook (il)legally gave access to Donald Trump's 2016 campaign to personal data of 87 million Americans: https://www.bloomberg.com/news/articles ... cy-lawsuit
For more on Cambridge Analytica, and its parent company SCL Group (controlled by the British royals): https://www.lawfulpath.com/forum/viewto ... =27&t=1398
I'm no lawyer, but as I understand it a US president is immune from prosecution from most criminal charges. Furthermore I doubt that he could be found guilty of inciting the 6 January 2021 Capitol riot.
Other than that I think he could easily be sentenced to jail for refusing to appear for the Congress committee after a subpoena.
The symbolic House committee investigating the 6 January 2021 attack on the Capitol concluded that President Trump was the person most responsible:
The central cause of January 6th was one man, former President Donald Trump, who many others followed. None of the events of January 6th would have happened without him.
According to the House committee, the first wave of Capitol rioters, was mostly "right wing" extremist of the Proud Boys, Three Percenters, QAnon fanatics and so-called “Groypers” loyal to Nick Fuentes.
More recently Fuentes with Kany "Ye" West was Trump's Mar-a-Lago dinner guest. Fuentes didn’t even enter the the Capitol, so has not been charged in relation to the attack: https://www.politico.com/news/2022/12/2 ... k-00075380
Even if Donald Trump were indicted (lock him up!) or even a convicted for a felony, this wouldn't prevent him from running for president (or probably even serving in office!): https://theconversation.com/amp/even-if ... ted-196851
Firestarter wrote: ↑Tue Sep 29, 2020 4:47 pm
In 10 of the previous 15 years, “billionaire” Trump paid no (0) income taxes, and in 2016 and 2017 Trump paid only a combined $1500.
In 2010, Donald claimed and received an income tax refund totalling $72.9 million (the federal income tax he had paid for 2005 to 2008). That was with the help of legislation entered by President Obama.
Then from 2011 to 2014, “billionaire” Donald paid no federal taxes at all (0).
I've earlier posted about the "billionaire" Trump's very low taxes...
In 2018, Donald paid a considerable $999,466 in taxes and in 2019 a mere $133,445.
After the plandemic was started, in 2020, Trump lost nearly $4.8 million so paid zero dollars in taxes 2020: https://www.yahoo.com/lifestyle/donald- ... 21329.html
It could very well be that the Trump-Kushner crime syndicate is even more desparate for cash than before the plandemic was started (that was started with the help of lying Donald). So that's probably why he announced his candacy for president so early (hoping to get the donations coming), and now sell Trump Digital Trading Cards (this looks kind of like "cryptocurrency" to me), 45,000 units sold for $99 each (nearly $4.5 million in total).
Trump's NFT cards have been widely ridiculed, most making fun of the promotional video or the childish cards themselves (I think that Trump as superhero is a bit too much). The buyers could also win prizes, like dinner at the same table as Donald. It isn't clear how much Trump made from the deal.
These cards could be seen as a fraud, but there are some more interesting details of the scam.
It was quickly reported that the Trumpcards sold out in 2 hours, and the price was booming (with the cheapest $1000 a card). Then the cards prices began fluctuating to around $$466 a card on average (really?).
Another 1,000 NFTs weren't sold but kept back, containing a disproportionate amount of the “rare” collectibles: https://archive.vn/U7Yv4
In another media event, everybody's favourite current actor turned president, Volodymyr Zelensky, visited Washington, to ask for more money (most of it going straight to the military industrial complex).
Firestarter wrote: ↑Sun Mar 13, 2022 9:58 pm
In 2020, Viktor Medvedchuk controlled 3 television news channels - 112 Ukraine, NewsOne, and ZIK - but he also owned 25% of 1+1 (that effectively launched Zelensky career), with the rest owned by Kolomoisky!
There are lots of stories about Zelensky's actions against Medvedchuk, but only 3 of around 100 entities owned by Medvedchuk were sanctioned. His oil pipeline PrykarpatZakhidTrans was however seized, with rumours that the state will hand it over to Kolomoisky.
On 6 May 2022, the father and mother of Zelenskyy received Israeli citizenship.
They live in the Israeli family house of Ukrainian oligarch Igor Kolomoisky: https://scotlandtoday.online/zelensky-h ... -in-israel
Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky wants Ukraine to become a "big Israel", including in “all institutions, supermarkets, cinemas, there will be people with weapons”.
Obama’s former Israeli ambassador, Daniel B. Shapiro, now an Israeli spy-tech consultant, wrote a paper for the Atlantic Council in which he proposed Israel as a blueprint for the new Ukraine: https://thegrayzone.com/2022/09/17/zele ... ig-israel/
If there's one story on Trump (more about his "deep state" network) they would like to cover up, this could be it, published this month (the first part on 7 December 2022). There seems to be some overlap with the Elon Musk orchestrated "Twitter files".
It is an interesting 5 part series (more coming?) on Alex Jones' connections to Russian intelligence, Aleksandr Dugin, Donald Trump, SOCOM, RT, Wikileaks, Q Anon, Cambridge Analytica, Robert David Steele and more. A very different take on Donald Trump's network than I've collected in this thread so far...
It's sort of strange against the background that Alex Jones is so very often called a Zionist shill...
On 26 January 2016, an RT program feautured Max Keiser, Stacy Herbert and Robert David Steele.
Steele was also Chief Enabling Officer for the Russian International Affairs Council (RIAC), which was cofounded by the Russian Ministry of Foreign Affairs.
See Roger Stone with Robert David Steele in a PJ Clark's restaurant in Washington, sometime before 2018.