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This guy is ultra-wealthy. His computer systems are used to run the stock market. He has almost unlimited cash to burn. Since he is surrounded by yes men no one dares to go against his wishes. They think the laws are for everyone else. Sometimes they get the shock of their life when they find not everyone thinks like this. Could cost him a prison sentence.
 

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I hope so . To me with them pretty much pushing what they call socialist democracy it is borderline treason do what they do . I may be just letting my emotions get the best of me but guys like him and that other big rich guy who bails out all them antifa members should be charged and hopfully prosecuted . Kind of glad my mom and dad who was a WW2 vet are gone and not going thru this shameful stuff .
 

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uys like him and that other big rich guy who bails out all them antifa members should be charged and hopfully prosecuted .
If these blm/antifa types they bailed out are arrested for further crimes while out on bail, what would happen if the people harmed by those crimes sued those who bailed them out? Lawyers go after deep pockets and should be eager to try this out.
 

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This guy is ultra-wealthy. His computer systems are used to run the stock market. He has almost unlimited cash to burn. Since he is surrounded by yes men no one dares to go against his wishes. They think the laws are for everyone else. Sometimes they get the shock of their life when they find not everyone thinks like this. Could cost him a prison sentence.
13th richest person in the world. Probly still mad that he could'nt buy the presidency.
 

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When you see PRISON ORANGE, let me know. Till then, it's just more of the left wing liberal "Double Standards" thing in action. :(
AND, if it wasn't for the POS left wing media keeping the waters muddied up, we wouldn't know ANYTHING about it and would just keep on with our boring lives. Me thinks there's not much WE can do about it anyway.:rolleyes:
 

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Definitely vote-buying.

My grandfather used to buy votes back in Eastern Kentucky. He was a judge. My cousin and I used to play in his basement, and we found a crate of pints of Old Kessler bourbon. Years later, I realized what they were for. My understanding is that people were given booze plus some cash. If they couldn't make themselves vote for a Democrat, they took money in exchange for not voting.

My grandfather was to the right of Pat Buchanan, but he had to run as a Democrat in order to get elected in the area where he lived.

My dad told a funny story about a family that held out for more money. Two people from opposing campaigns got together and made an agreement that neither side would give the family anything. They didn't want to reward people who had no principles! :banana:
 
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If these blm/antifa types they bailed out are arrested for further crimes while out on bail, what would happen if the people harmed by those crimes sued those who bailed them out?
Nothing. That's how bail works. You'd forfeit your bail money is all.
 
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