Yup, first the ol’ sheriff, now this clown: “President Donald Trump said Thursday he plans to issue a pardon to Dinesh D'Souza, a prominent conservative commentator and filmmaker who was convicted of making an illegal campaign contribution. Trump said he will pardon D'Souza on Thursday, adding that D'Souza "was treated very unfairly by our government!" Apparently it ‘pays off’ to have friends in high places.
Jeeeeee-mun-neee: and now these two.....” “President Donald Trump told reporters Thursday that he is considering pardoning Martha Stewart and former Illinois Gov. Rod Blagojevich.“ What’s with all these ‘pardons’? Isn’t that something an outgoing president does? And a pardon for Rod “Blago” Blagojevich? The creep was guilty as he!! !
They used to be a Party of FISCAL Responsibility.... NO MORE he just blew the deficit up by $1.5-2 TRILLION
They used to be a Party of FREE Trade.... NO MORE He just imposed tariffs on steel and aluminum... like we did in the 1800s. What worse he pardoned China who's the worst at dumping cheap steel on world markets... he ONLY targeted Canada, Mexico, and the EU !! F-KING NUTS !!
They used to be a Party of LAW and ORDER.... NO MORE He berates the FBI, CIA, and Justice Dept and pardons crooks... so much for the Rule of LAW !! We F-KING make them up as we go, to suit our sh**ty biased needs!!
Ted understood first hand why these surgical implants fail, The "CHEAP STEEL" is so inferior to our steel, due to the lack of oversight in the manufacturing process, evident to the Hands-On workers dealing with the gross IMPURITIES & VOIDS that both contain Toxic Impurities & Weaken the Metal.
IOW: another case of "Penny Wise & Pound Foolish" Saving a few bucks at the expense of the pain/misery/even deaths of trusting patients... and even safety concerns of Bridges & public buildings .......and Who-Knows-What-Else!
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