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Police point weapons at anti-Nazi protestors at a Nazi rally in Newnan, GA on April 21st, 2018

Police point weapons at anti-Nazi protestors at a Nazi rally in Newnan, GA on April 21st, 2018

None of the various Trump subreddits mention anything at all about the Newnan march, and I don't blame them!

Kinda reminds me of the Kent state shootings.

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President Trump is consulting with Sylvester Stallone regarding his pardon powers. (I wish I was joking.)

President Trump is consulting with Sylvester Stallone regarding his pardon powers. (I wish I was ...

... to pardon a man that has been dead for over 70 years.

This came shortly after a tweet storm about how Choen would never flip on him because he’s too loyal to expose Trumps crimes.

He seems to be dangling a pardon in exchange for not flipping.

Two problems: They likely have enough evidence that they don’t need him to flip and they might not even offer him a deal unless Choen goes to them with something really big that they don’t already have.

If he does get pardoned then it removes his right to plead the 5th and can be questioned under oath. Refusing to answer or lying will bring new charges.

📅 2018-04-21 ⏰ 19:02:05 (UTC)

Sylvester Stallone called me with the story of heavyweight boxing champion Jack Johnson. His trials and tribulations were great, his life complex and controversial. Others have looked at this over the years, most thought it would be done, but yes, I am considering a Full Pardon!

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If he does get pardoned then it removes his right to plead the 5th and can be questioned under oath. Refusing to answer or lying will bring new charges.

and a new pardon it would be an interesting stand off.

Sean Hannity unveiled as secret co-owner of company he routinely promotes

Sean Hannity unveiled as secret co-owner of company he routinely promotes
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Sean Hannity unveiled as secret co-owner of company he routinely promotes
Hannity disguised his involvement via a shell company incorporated in Georgia

For months, Fox News’s Sean Hannity has promoted Henssler Financial and its Principal and Managing Director, Bil Lako. Hannity has featured articles from Lako on his website, and had Lako appear as a special guest on his radio show. Describing Lako as a “good friend”, and his “financial adviser”, Hannity failed to disclose that he stood to financially benefit from promoting Henssler.

Most recently, Lako wrote an analysis piece on Hannity.com criticizing the cost of the Special Counsel, writing,

“The funding is built into the congressional budget, so if you were really wondering, the citizens pick up the tab. That’s right, a political game funded by taxpayer dollars. Shocker!”

Corporate documents and U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) records have revealed that Hannity is secretly a co-owner of Henssler Financial’s affiliate, Henssler Capital. His advertisement of the financial advisory firm came as the group sought and received millions of dollars in funding from investors.

Buried within Henssler Financial’s 2018 brochure are a list of its affiliates, including the aforementioned Henssler Capital. It states, “[Henssler Capital] is owned by Dr. Gene, Mr. William G. Lako, Jr., Mr. Christopher E. Reeves, and SPMK II, LLC.”


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Hannity’s involvement with Henssler Capital is shielded via his use of a shell company, SPMK II, based in Georgia. Shell companies such as the one managed by Hannity are typically able to keep their beneficiaries secret, however when a company enters into a Limited Partnership, the representative of the company must sign official documentation. In 2007, Hannity certified to the Georgia Secretary of State that he is the Manager of the General Partner SPMK II.

Records show that in 2018 the firm’s authorized representative was Christopher E. Reeves, a lawyer who is one of the other co-owners of Hessler Capital. The Sean Hannity Foundation is registered to the same address as SPMK II, 3735 Cherokee Street in Kennesaw, Georgia, which corresponds to Reeves’ law firm. State records list 25 other companies beginning with “SPMK” and registered to the Cherokee Street address. It was not immediately clear whether all of these were indeed under the control of Hannity. Most of the companies were involved with real estate transactions in Georgia and elsewhere.

The timing of Hannity’s promotion of Henssler raises questions about his motivation in giving the group air time. The Fox News host began highlighting Bil Lako and Henssler to his 3.6 million Twitter followers in January of 2018, labeling Lako as the “Hannity Show tax expert”. The elevation of Henssler on Hannity’s Twitter and radio show continued throughout February, as the company was in the midst of a round of fundraising.


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Days after Lako was featured on Hannity’s radio show, Henssler filed a report with the FEC stating that they had raised $13 million from the time period stretching January 31-February 15. The identities of the investors remains confidential.

The free advertising of Henssler as it was in the middle of a round of fundraising, while failing to disclosure his personal involvement, raises serious questions about Hannity’s ethical standards.

What’s more, Henssler’s FEC filing shows that the group applied for a federal exemption under rule 506(b), allowing the company to raise an unlimited amount of money and sell to an unlimited number of investors. In order to be eligible to receive this exemption, companies must not participate in “general solicitation or advertising to market the securities.” Neglecting this requirement may result in a penalty.

Earlier this week, it was revealed in New York court that Hannity was one of three clients that retained the embattled Michael Cohen, along with President Trump and GOP fundraiser Elliott Broidy. The other two men have used Cohen as a middle-man to pay “hush money” to women with whom the men had affairs. Hannity has claimed that the only legal advice he sought from Cohen was regarding real estate issues.

The apparent conflict of interest comes at a time when Hannity has been sharply critical of media outlets for being “holier-than-thou”. In a nearly 14 minute monologue on Tuesday, Hannity blasted “media hypocrisy.”

“They are frauds, they are hacks,” Hannity said, “They think they are holier than thou.”

Before concluding his opening segment, the Fox News prime-time host sarcastically quipped, “cry me a river.”


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Sean Hannity unveiled as secret co-owner of company he routinely promotes Hannity disguised his involvement via a shell company incorporated in Georgia

For months, Fox News’s Sean Hannity has promoted Henssler Financial and its Principal and Managing Director, Bil Lako. Hannity has featured articles from Lako on his website, and had Lako appear as a special guest on his radio show. Describing Lako as a “good friend”, and his “financial adviser”, Hannity failed to disclose that he stood to financially benefit from promoting Henssler.

Most recently, Lako wrote an analysis piece on Hannity.com criticizing the cost of the Special Counsel, writing,

“The funding is built into the congressional budget, so if you were really wondering, the citizens pick up the tab. That’s right, a political game funded by taxpayer dollars. Shocker!”

Corporate documents and U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) records have revealed that Hannity is secretly a co-owner of Henssler Financial’s affiliate, Henssler Capital. His advertisement of the financial advisory firm came as the group sought and received millions of dollars in funding from investors.

Buried within Henssler Financial’s 2018 brochure are a list of its affiliates, including the aforementioned Henssler Capital. It states, “[Henssler Capital] is owned by Dr. Gene, Mr. William G. Lako, Jr., Mr. Christopher E. Reeves, and SPMK II, LLC.”

Hannity’s involvement with Henssler Capital is shielded via his use of a shell company, SPMK II, based in Georgia. Shell companies such as the one managed by Hannity are typically able to keep their beneficiaries secret, however when a company enters into a Limited Partnership, the representative of the company must sign official documentation. In 2007, Hannity certified to the Georgia Secretary of State that he is the Manager of the General Partner SPMK II.

Records show that in 2018 the firm’s authorized representative was Christopher E. Reeves, a lawyer who is one of the other co-owners of Hessler Capital. The Sean Hannity Foundation is registered to the same address as SPMK II, 3735 Cherokee Street in Kennesaw, Georgia, which corresponds to Reeves’ law firm. State records list 25 other companies beginning with “SPMK” and registered to the Cherokee Street address. It was not immediately clear whether all of these were indeed under the control of Hannity. Most of the companies were involved with real estate transactions in Georgia and elsewhere.

The timing of Hannity’s promotion of Henssler raises questions about his motivation in giving the group air time. The Fox News host began highlighting Bil Lako and Henssler to his 3.6 million Twitter followers in January of 2018, labeling Lako as the “Hannity Show tax expert”. The elevation of Henssler on Hannity’s Twitter and radio show continued throughout February, as the company was in the midst of a round of fundraising.

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Days after Lako was featured on Hannity’s radio show, Henssler filed a report with the FEC stating that they had raised $13 million from the time period stretching January 31-February 15. The identities of the investors remains confidential.

The free advertising of Henssler as it was in the middle of a round of fundraising, while failing to disclosure his personal involvement, raises serious questions about Hannity’s ethical standards.

What’s more, Henssler’s FEC filing shows that the group applied for a federal exemption under rule 506(b), allowing the company to raise an unlimited amount of money and sell to an unlimited number of investors. In order to be eligible to receive this exemption, companies must not participate in “general solicitation or advertising to market the securities.” Neglecting this requirement may result in a penalty.

Earlier this week, it was revealed in New York court that Hannity was one of three clients that retained the embattled Michael Cohen, along with President Trump and GOP fundraiser Elliott Broidy. The other two men have used Cohen as a middle-man to pay “hush money” to women with whom the men had affairs. Hannity has claimed that the only legal advice he sought from Cohen was regarding real estate issues.

The apparent conflict of interest comes at a time when Hannity has been sharply critical of media outlets for being “holier-than-thou”. In a nearly 14 minute monologue on Tuesday, Hannity blasted “media hypocrisy.”

“They are frauds, they are hacks,” Hannity said, “They think they are holier than thou.”

Before concluding his opening segment, the Fox News prime-time host sarcastically quipped, “cry me a river.”

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Sign in with social media to read the story? I don't think so.

Any informed, intelligent person would know that Hannity is and always has been a scam and a scammer.

I honestly wonder how, anyone could possibly buy into his bs.

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I would rather hear a teenager’s opinion on guns, than Rick Santorum’s views on abortion.

I would rather hear a teenager’s opinion on guns, than Rick Santorum’s views on abortion.

The comma usage is correct.

The the two independent clauses, "men shouldn't be involved in women's healthcare" and "here we are", can stand alone as complete sentences. Joining them with "but" requires a comma. In fact, if you are a fan of the Oxford comma, you would be correct in placing a comma after "government".

I would rather people not put commas, where they dont belong.

Someone thinks workplace is same as state.

To be fair, Rick Santorum against abortions makes sense. I mean, I'm pretty sure the guy was a virgin until he was 34, so of course he wouldn't need to worry about a partner getting one.

Bernie Sanders says 'Trump's agenda is dead' if Democrats win midterms. Mr. Sanders argued that ideas like “Medicare for All” and a higher minimum wage, which he championed in 2016, are increasingly popular and helpful to Democratic candidates.

Bernie Sanders says 'Trump's agenda is dead' if Democrats win midterms. Mr. Sanders argued that i...

Go away Bernie.

How about instead of focusing on grandiose ideas which will be immensely difficult to pull off, we begin with unfucking the government so the GOP can't lie, cheat, and steal to gain power?

Now is the time for strategy.

Fuck off Bernie

I mean, I understand what you mean. We did have the presidency, a House majority, and a supermajority in the Senate for a whole 5 months during my entire fucking lifespan, I can't believe that democrats didn't completely manage to revamp the entire way we govern this country in that timeframe!

In case you can't discern the absolutely palpable sarcasm, /s.

"James Comey Memos just out and show clearly that there was NO COLLUSION and NO OBSTRUCTION" — Donald Trump on Thursday, April 19th, 2018 in in a tweet

"James Comey Memos just out and show clearly that there was NO COLLUSION and NO OBSTRUCTION" — Donald Trump on Thursday, April 19th, 2018 in in a tweet
"James Comey Memos just out and show clearly that there was NO COLLUSION and NO OBSTRUCTION" — Do...

Oh good. I'll read them and hopefully everything will be cleared up, as you suggest it will be, Mr. Peesident.

Oh, so that must be why James Comey is doing all these interviews saying how Trump is totes innocent... right? ... right guys? ... maga?

Nowhere in Comey’s memos does he say that Trump did not collude or obstruct justice

Won't stop Mango Mussolini and his cultists from pushing the alternative facts.

Regardless, I am sure his memos do not exonerate Trump.

Trump Fundraiser Offered Russian Gas Company Plan to Get Sanctions Lifted for $26 Million

Trump Fundraiser Offered Russian Gas Company Plan to Get Sanctions Lifted for $26 Million

This seems like a pretty big deal. Has it been picked up anywhere else?

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well, it's the actually existing version of the uranium one crap.

Most news organizations don't like picking up nothing burgers.

This The_Donald post originated on a white nationalist Wordpress blog

This The_Donald post originated on a white nationalist Wordpress blog

The Right's obsession with little girls creeps me the fuck out.

One of the alt right subs stickied a "Stop posting pedophilia!" thread.

That was /sub/greatawakening

The mods also got A TON of pushback on that stance

that subreddit IS a white nationalist wordpress blog

The Daily Banter on Twitter: "Trump's "Pro-Life" UN Delegation Is So Extreme, Even Iran Thinks They're Crazy"👉👉

The Daily Banter on Twitter: "Trump's "Pro-Life" UN Delegation Is So Extreme, Even Iran Thinks Th...

But I'll bet the evangelicals and most American Catholic bishops love it, and are already praying for more of this from Trump.

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Try one of these subthreads