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I have been wrong before. Michael Cohen has two court cases and his lawyer thinks he get indicted. I am standing by my astrological prediction. I didn't say anything about Pence. Trump is out that's the prediction. I actually think by July it will be obvious even to the current naysayers. 

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Brother Troy, this isn't about faith in the wheels of justice, not even fairness or fate; it's about physics: matter, energy, motion, and force that goes beyond faith, justice, and predictionsFactor human chaos and one could almost calculate Trump's inevitable demise to possible assassination before even July 

 

But we're all human, nature is unpredictable as is chaos. Anything could happen with President Donald Trump, the Government, and America in the blink of an eye. Iran, Russia, NK; manipulate a BLM member, White supremacist, or an immigrant to do the unthinkable. F**k Confucius too. But like he said: "if it can happen, it will happen. Including Trump staying President long enough to effect more hell on America. In which case you're a $100 bucks richer anyway. Good luck!!

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A recent article in PoliticusUSA LLC:

 

Recently NPR reported that a group of Evangelical leaders is extremely concerned about the effect that Trump’s scandals will have on the midterm elections.  Because they are totally committed to seeing Republicans stay in power, many (tax-exempt) religious organizations have done everything possible to help GOP candidates get elected — including Trump.

 

So what disturbs these Evangelicals about Trump is not his immorality or dishonesty but the fact that he may hurt Republican chances of keeping control of Congress.

 

In fact, they have scheduled a meeting on June 19th in Trump’s Washington Hotel for the express purpose of planning out a midterm strategy with the president.

 

“With the midterm congressional elections now less than seven months away, and with the Republicans running scared about potential massive losses, and with more criticism emerging from not only respectable conservatives, but also from some of his own loyalists, Donald Trump’s time in the Presidency seems rapidly coming toward a sudden end,” Feinman argues.

 

 

“This group is alarmed at the thought that the Trump scandals could cost them the advancement of their religious agenda. It could be, two months from now, that gloom and doom will set in, and cause these pastors and ministers and their allies to consider Trump’s resignation as preferable, as it would bring a “true believer,” Vice President Mike Pence, to the Presidency.”

 

“One would think behind the scenes that many congressional Republicans and conservatives would clearly prefer Pence, who is religiously devout, and does not have the drama and controversy that Donald Trump constantly presents. With Pence, the right-wing would not lose, but instead gain a great deal of comfort.”

 

Most people don’t know that Richard Nixon also had a meeting with Evangelical leaders who informed the beleaguered president in 1974 that they were withdrawing their support for him.  Shortly thereafter, Nixon resigned from office.

 

We may see history repeating itself once again in the coming months.  If Trump’s scandals stay in the news and get worse, and if his legal problems mount to the point where he is in serious legal jeopardy, then it is entirely possible that Trump will be seen as more of a liability than an asset for Evangelicals and other right-wing leaders.

Another article:

 

The White House is working on a strategy where Trump would try to help key House Republicans win re-election in return for their voting against impeaching him.

 

The New York Times reported, “According to advisers, the president plans to hold a fund-raiser a week in the months to come and hopes to schedule regular rallies with candidates starting this summer. But there is not yet any coordinated effort about where to deploy Mr. Trump, and there are divisions within his ever-fractious circle of advisers about how to approach the elections. Among his close associates, a debate is raging about whether to focus on House races that could earn the president chits with Republican lawmakers who might ultimately vote on impeachment, or to dig in to defend the party’s tenuous Senate majority.”

 

The White House is choosing between Trump impeachment or the Senate.

 

The White House is acting like they expect Trump to be impeached, and they expect to lose the House. Forget Trump’s false bravado. The president is so consumed by the Russia scandal and out of touch with the political realities on the ground that he has no idea what is coming. Despite his candidates in special elections where he campaigned for them, Trump refuses to see the blue wave that is coming.

 

 

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I feel odd saying good luck to you Troy. We have similar feelings about Trump and Pence. He has to be removed from office because of a legality or is deemed unfit to rule. The unfit to rule covers physical health not emotional or psychological. 

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My bet was a classic hedge. I win no matter the outcome 🙂

 

I'm still not convinced that an evangelical is better than 45.  In fact, I would not be surprised if the positioning of Pence was not the plan along. 

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On 4/30/2018 at 10:36 AM, Troy said:

OK I have $100 on the line.  $50 to @Kalexander2 and $50 to @Delano

 

Gentlemen, I admire and somewhat envy your faith in the wheels of justice.  I hope when you lose you don't become too jaded.

Do you think he can survive until the Fall?

https://www.washingtonpost.com/blogs/plum-line/wp/2018/05/03/giulianis-other-big-admission-may-be-even-worse-for-trump/?utm_term=.664fdae2d2df

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Cohen too got away with a lot of shit for many years, plus he is not the POTUS. 

 

You just don't get rid of the President without due process. This means procecutors will proceed deliberately and carefully -- which means slowly. 

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Verdelle Lambert: "Evangelicals supporting Trump makes me think they don't believe in God. My Bible says Satan is the father of lies. The best practitioner I know is Trump."

 

Just as humans have different tastes, so do they have different versions of what/who God is. Evangelicals extend from diverse communities to (virtually) every corner of earth. Black, White, Asians, etc. They all proclaim to believe in one God but differ on what God wants from her/his followers. They'll believe whatever is convenient in return for a benefit. Believe or not, most Evangelicals don't like DT but support him and Pence because they're anti-abortion. 

 

Hence, their beliefs are as irrational as are their selective versions of God. Black Evangelicals are simply going along for any ride going in any direction.

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Russian oligarchs are mostly wealthy Russian Jews, a few scattered non-Jewish Russians. Jared Kushner, Michael Cohen, and more than half of Congress cohorts support these oligarchs. So, of course they helped Trump win even to just win favor with Putin; my question is WHY SUPPORT TRUMP's presidency on the one hand, and on the other pretend to support democratic principles. 

 

I FIND IT AMAZING that under every tree, every war, every crying child there's a Jewish connection! Would reparations for decendants of slaves been realized if Jews offered an apology, I wonder?

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@Troy, I believe the brother was alluding to recent events concerning Cohen, I think. You're right though, nothing new is being related. 

 

"In an explosive development that could prove collusion between the Trump campaign and Moscow, The New York Times is reporting that a Russian oligarch paid hundreds of thousands of dollars to the same shell company that Michael Cohen used to pay off Stormy Daniels during the 2016 campaign. 

 

According to the report, “A shell company [Essential Consultants L.L.C] that Michael D. Cohen used to pay hush money to a pornographic film actress [Stormy Daniels] received payments totaling more than $1 million from an American company linked to a Russian oligarch [Columbus Nova, an investment firm in New York whose biggest client is a company controlled by Viktor Vekselberg, the Russian oligarch.] and several corporations with business before the Trump administration, according to documents and interviews.” 

 

Financial records reviewed by The New York Times show that Mr. Cohen, President Trump’s personal lawyer and longtime fixer, used the shell company, Essential Consultants L.L.C., for an array of business activities that went far beyond what was publicly known. Transactions totaling at least $4.4 million flowed through Essential Consultants starting shortly before Mr. Trump was elected president and continuing to this January, the records show." 

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Maybe bribes, maybe consultant fees; if definitively unknown, Muller's going to settle for payments for helping Trump win = collusion + treason for working with a foreign adversary against the U.S. WOW, what headlines that'll make, not to mention the history books. To improve a global image and favor with the majority of Americans.

 

I can almost see it now: America convicts and sentence U.S. President to life in prison for treason! Okay, I'm woke now!!!

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In a week there's a direct Russian link to the White House and the Senate. In the form of donations Nothing to see here. The Russian Billionaire also went to the Inauguration of President Trump.

What a busy week.

Mueller will be giving Donald January Trump a special birthday present.

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Yes, the Russian/Congress connection's been suggested before, not only donations but actual payments from a media source I can't remember, last year. Disclosed by a house judiciary democrat. Russian billionaires who attended the 'old boy's' inauguration is another story in and of itself, the good stuff save for last.

 

Whoever said politicians were smart criminals; fighting over the booty (loot). Yeah, brother troy matters are going worse for the people until long after the dust clears.

 

Especially if Trump is impeached by his own party, and he will be, all Black folk need is bullet proof vests and stay away from the windows. I SAY, LET WHITE FOLKS TEAR THIS SH*T UP, we'll pick-up the slack. Though I'll be returning home as an ex-patriot, if they let me.

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payment made to Michael Cohen by a Russian oligarch was meant to buy access to Trump. 

Natasha Bertrand of The Atlantic and MSNBC reported:

 

Bertrand said, “This is just when Michael Avenatti broke the news on Twitter essentially. I called up Steve Ryan’s cell and said, what is this about? He said he didn’t want to discuss it but did entertain a few of my questions. He said it was not a payment and incorrect to call it a payment. He said he acknowledged this transaction occurred but took issue with calling it a payment. When I spoke to Michael Avenatti later he told me to say it was not a payment is completely inaccurate. Seems they’re parsing a bit but the key is that Michael Cohen was looking for new clients after the election, and after Donald Trump’s inauguration. And whether or not those new clients like the Russian oligarch who hired him and paid him $500,000 were trying to gain access to the administration remains to be seen, but many people in both Trump’s world and in Cohen’s world tell me that it seems clear that this was meant to gain access to the president.”

 

If people in both Trump and Cohen world believe that the Russians were trying to buy access to the Trump presidency, it raises the question of criminality. If Cohen took the money and Trump met with the oligarch, it isn’t a crime at that point. The criminal liability kicks in if the oligarch got access to Trump, asked him to do something in exchange for money, and he did it, that is a crime.

 

The only question remain is, was the payment to Stormy Daniels a benefit DT enjoyed, and whether DT knew about the oligarch's payment to Cohen?  Indeed, the plot(s) thickens!

 

And, Somehow lost in all the other news headlines over the past two days is a report from the U.S. Senate Intelligence Committee that confirms Russian attacks on the U.S. elections systems during the 2016 election cycle. And in confirming what happened, the Committee also explained how the Russian cyber-attacks compromised the systems in 18 states in such a way that vote totals were manipulated in favor of Donald Trump.

 

This should be bigger news, but the report was downplayed because Republicans are in charge of the Committee (which is led by Sen. Richard Burr of North Carolina). If Democrats were in charge we’d probably see headlines that announced hard evidence of Russia rigging the 2016 presidential election to help Trump win.

 

According to the Intelligence Committee Report“Summary of Initial Findings:”

 

“Cyber actors affiliated with the Russian government scanned state systems extensively throughout the 2016 election cycle. These cyber actors made attempts to access numerous state election systems, and in some cases accessed voter registration databases.”

 

“At least 18 states had election systems targeted by Russian-affiliated cyber actors in some fashion. Almost all of the states that were targeted observed vulnerability scanning directed at their Secretary of State websites or voter registration infrastructure.”

 

“In some states, the Russian-affiliated cyber actors conducted malicious access attempts on voting-related websites, Russian-affiliated cyber actors were able to gain access to restricted elements of election infrastructure. In these states, these cyber actors were in a position to, at a minimum, alter or delete voter registration data.”

So this means that the Committee has proven that “Russian-affiliated cyber actors” accessed voter registration date and “were in a position to, at a minimum, alter or delete voter registration data.” 

 

Brother Troy, I'd like you send my $50 bucks to  African American Youth Harvest Foundation (AAYHF), in my name PLEASE!

 

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Through his lawyers, Cohen filed a letter calling Avenatti’s claims “inaccurate,” but he didn’t provide any evidence to contradict them.

 

Akerman said, “This is the reason that the White House wanted to get rid of this search warrant, why they attacked the search warrant. What these allegations — what this evidence is going to do is totally undercut congressman Nunes’s whole attack on Christopher Steele and the dossier he put together. It’s going to provide evidence of conspiracy between the Trump campaign and the Russians and the break-in to the Democratic National Committee headquarters. And the hacking of all of those e-mails. And the use of those e-mails to get Trump elected. I mean all of this starts to fit together. Even Rudy Giuliani basically gives us the best point here. Cohen just did these things. He buried things.”

 

Rep. Devin Nunes (R-CA) should be sweating bullets right now. He has built Trump’s defense of discrediting the Steele Dossier. The reason why the White House and Trump are freaked out is that Michael Cohen is the connection between the Trump campaign, Trump’s businesses, and the Stormy Daniels case. Michael Cohen is the link that places all the Trump scandals under the same roof. Michael Cohen can connect the dots on the TRump Russia conspiracy. The evidence in the Cohen investigation could expose Trump’s payouts to Stormy Daniels and other women.

 

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I would be happy to I'd like your send your $50 bucks to the African American Youth Harvest Foundation (AAYHF), in my name PLEASE! In the highlight improbably likelihood that you win.

 

@Delano and @Kalexander2, you may send MY $50, as a tax deductible contribution, in my name to the Literary Freedom Project.   I like this bet no one loses and a charitable organization benefits.

 

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I'll believe it ONLY WHEN I actually see the impeachment proceedings starting.

Do any of you think the people who run this governemnt and PUT Trump in office are so stupid that they didn't think of all of this before he even got in?

Many people didn't think he would even last his first year, and he's still in going strong and pushing his agenda as well as those who put him in.

And look at what he's doing with North Korea and how he's being praised as the world's savior.
That's not an accident.
I believe he will use North Korea and the "peace" he's claiming to make as his "ace in the hole" if the shit gets too thick.



These rich dictators all over the world are sticking together.

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@Pioneer1: "To be human is to err," so yes, I do believe NK, the jobs market, and other marginal improvements were coincidental mistakes. And if not, 'consequences' of the positives are going to more than make-up for any perceived improvements. The people who put DT in office are not stupid, they are modern-day criminals who support authoritarian leaders; where they may not make mistakes, there are only their crimes to pay for. And oh, he's already using release of those prisoners to image improve his image. Even it works there is still his wrongs that outweigh his positives. DT's only 'ace' in the hole is his base and the Republican Congress. If only there were honor among thieves!!

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Ha Ha Troy

What do you think about that two months Cohen got to focus on his case. Trump may b  getting a special birthday present from the Special Counsel. I don't think he'll survive July 2018. Trump had to disclose his finncial yesterday. 

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News is now surfacing Trump Jr., slipped-up and admitted his father knew and (probably) attended the Trump tower meeting in 2016. Not only collusion to support impeachment but a clear case of treason against the U.S.

 

Oh yeah, his days are numbered, and his hours alphabetized; no way this 'mob' boss will make it to November, yet alone year-end!

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Impeachment is STILL unlikely and removal from the office (before the end of the year is sheer fantasy).  Brothers, your faith in our system is indeed prodigious, but woefully misplaced.

 

Kalexander I have no problem giving you two an extra 12 hours, shoot 12 days won't make a difference.  We'll go by Washington DC time which of course is the same as New York Time.

 

Del I know you must be on something really strong if you think 45 is gonna get the boot before the end of the summer.... and I thought I was the optimist.  I was unaware 45 gave up his financials. Interesting. but 45 is the "teflon don"ald

 

 

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Troy let me know if you still think it's fantastic by end of May. Interesting how you have your opinion without looking at actual financial documentation. @Pioneer  what's your opinion about my prediction that Trump is out by July 2018

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However unpredictable complex systems may be, you can ALWAYS count on balance and imbalance that assure outcomes leading towards any number of events; ultimately ending with beginning of a new event or goal. Troy, I too observe these events from a philosophical/anthropological perspective; life and death will find a way. Whatever it takes. Whether theories of creationism, big boom, and Darwinism radical energy and dynamic chaos remain a constant for humanity.

 

Life (energy) happened first, then came death which defines hope and aspirations of humanity. Struggling for one despite the other is to live in constant denial of reality, whatever you want that reality it to be.

 

If leaving DT in office until 2020, or even reelected is what it will take to ensure radical change in complex systems, matters will continue as usual. But nothing continues as usual regardless how similar they may seem. Likewise, nothing happens in a vacuum either; special counsel and all the variables of DT's existence have immediate consequences needed to complete a cycle; to assure people's hope remain alive in the face of inevitable disappointment.

 

Be it for vengeance, fear, or to just do evil, DT's own people, his children, friends, and the GOP are going to make sure this guy goes to prison before he burns in hell. And there's every advantage (not for you nor me) why it should/will happen sooner rather than later.

 

Forget the facts, justice, and what's right; don’t need them for what is inevitable. Logic and reason are playing important roles in these events, but self-preservation, stupidity and hate has rein forever.  NO SIR, DT'S trial will be scheduled by 2020;  between now and then, he's going to continue to make a complete fool of himssef; while democrats and republiocans do the opportrunistic/self-sacraficial evil thing to make November salvation-day, November's going to be as disasterous as 2016, if he doesn’t first kick the bucket, or snap mentally, that is.  

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Watergate prevented a flood by Richard Nixon resigning; or was he impeached? DT's scandals have formed a tsunami that'll take the entire U.S. down with him. We're already on the "save as much as you can" episode. They already know November is too late as the investigation will continue long after DT is impeached.

 

Yeah, I initially opined he would not be impeached; I take it back now.

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http://www.nydailynews.com/news/politics/official-leaked-cohen-financial-records-cover-up-fears-article-1.3994068

This is not business as usual. You can accept donations speaking and consulting fees. Which are indirect ways of selling influence. You can't appear to flaunt the rule of law. And that will be the downfall of Trump. FinCen is the federal agency that is the depository of suspicious banking activity. Some of Michael Cohen's information that was suspicious and reported by the bank to the feds is missing. 

@Troy things are moving at a fantastic pace.

@Pioneer my prediction is Trump will be out in July 2018. What's your opinion about this prediction.

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Yeah!! Special counsel is going for the juggler now using agents, not affiliated with investigation, to leak information. A DT tactic with hump.

 

"A law enforcement official took the risky step of leaking Michael Cohen's confidential banking records over fears that additional information about the embattled attorney to President Trump was being withheld, according to an explosive report.

 

The official, who spoke on condition of anonymity over fears of serious legal repercussions, told the New Yorker on Wednesday that two so-called "suspicious activity reports" issued about Cohen's financial dealings are missing from a top-secret Treasury Department database called the Financial Crimes Enforcement Network, or FINCEN.

"I have never seen something pulled off the system... It's a stockpile of information," the whistleblower told the magazine. "When something's not there that should be, I immediately became concerned. That's why I came forward."

 

The career official proceeded to leak the single SAR report on Cohen that was still in the system to multiple news outlets and Michael Avenatti, the attorney to porn star Stormy Daniels."

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FinCEN is a bureau of the U.S. Department of the Treasury. The Director of FinCEN is appointed by the Secretary of the Treasury and reports to the Treasury Under Secretary for Terrorism and Financial Intelligence. FinCEN’s mission is to safeguard the financial system from illicit use and combat money laundering and promote national security through the collection, analysis, and dissemination of financial intelligence and strategic use of financial authorities.

On 4/20/2018 at 8:08 AM, Delano said:

March is the beginning of the end of the Trump presidency. April his lawyer gut his coat pulled. Let's see what May brings.

May isn't over yet. 

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@Troy

Let's look at the cast of characters. 

Trump knows what lies to tell. Robert Mueller is a stone cold serious dude. Didn't he start as director of the FBI A week before September 11. 2001. And stayed for more than a decade. Kimba Wood went after Milliken. And Avenatti has got Cohen saying no mas . Trump  is perjuring himself before his court dates. Cohen has done much shady biz even corporationa are distancing themselves.  A federal employee leaked classified  banking info. He has never seen info start to dissappear   in 25 years.  I don't care about the consequences to me personally.  This has to be done. I am not on fantasy island. You have people sticking their necks was at put because they are afraid of what they see.

Stormy Daniel's is like not today. I will not be intimidated by a Billionaire who is President. Just read that last statement out loud. 

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