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garycrist

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So Trump is going to debate, a guy looking for an ice cream cone with Robert Mueller,
and 2 hateful employees!!! If you've never been responsible fora bunch of stores, employees
and their families then if might be hard to understand how TRUMP will decimate them all.
 

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Gotta love this,

First we build them a $350 million floating dock,
Then we cant stop ragheads on goats shooting down at least 4 $30 million drones
They attack another ship today, an oil tanker and we're gonna send a nuclear aircraft carriers in there so they have a bigger target

 
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A POLL ;)
Whom do you want to see at the debate between DJT and FJB?

1 Joe Biden
2. A body double?:rofl::rofl::rofl:
 
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Citing ‘black eye’ on justice, DeSantis signs bill to unseal secret Jeffrey Epstein files

https://www.miamiherald.com/news/politics-government/article286078376.html

MiamiHerald said:
More than two decades after Jeffrey Epstein sexually abused dozens of girls in Palm Beach, his victims may finally learn how and why the state prosecutor’s handling of the case allowed Epstein to escape a prison term more in line with the serious crimes he committed. On Thursday, Gov. Ron DeSantis signed into law a bill that permits the unsealing of the long-secret evidence and testimony presented to a 2006 Palm Beach grand jury, leading the panel to return an indictment against Epstein on only minor prostitution charges. At the time, Palm Beach police had interviewed at least six girls who claimed Epstein had sexually assaulted them as part of a massive scheme in which they were also pressured to recruit more girls for him to abuse over many years. The signing of the bill could pave the way for the public to evaluate whether former Palm Beach County State Attorney Barry Krischer conducted a thorough prosecution of Epstein. DeSantis noted that the Epstein case — and the plea deal the financier struck with state and later, federal prosecutors — has long been a “black eye” on the nation’s criminal justice system. “They say justice delayed is justice denied, and this whole situation proves that to be true,” the governor said at a press conference at the Palm Beach County Police Department. Jeffrey Epstein sexually abused underage girls in this waterfront estate in Palm Beach, victims say. Jeffrey Epstein sexually abused underage girls in this waterfront estate in Palm Beach, victims say. Emily Michot emichot@MiamiHerald.com But as the governor signed the bill — with several Epstein survivors at his side — a Palm Beach County judge denied a pending court petition calling for the records to be unsealed. Judge Luis Delgado, who reviewed the grand jury records, proclaiming that making the files public “will not further justice.” However, it was clear his ruling was timed to coincide with the new bill, as he noted that the provisions under the new law could give the court more leeway because of the intense public interest in the case. Under the new law, the records will not be made public until at least July 1. “The legislature and I agreed that there needs to be a mechanism in some of these rare circumstances where people can get the truth and where we can try to pursue justice,” DeSantis said. He added there are still many questions surrounding the case yet to be answered, even though Epstein is now dead and his accomplice, Ghislaine Maxwell, is serving a long prison sentence. “We are now sitting here decades later, you have Epstein — and Maxwell, who is actually in prison in Florida — and yet nothing else has ever happened. How is that possible given the magnitude of what was going on?” Epstein’s crimes were first reported to the FBI in 1996 — but it wasn’t until a complaint was filed with the Palm Beach Police Department in 2005 that Epstein came under scrutiny. Krischer, who had a reputation for aggressively prosecuting crimes against children, initially said he didn’t know who Epstein was, and told police he would put him behind bars for the rest of his life. Palm Beach detectives took statements from victims, many of them terrified of Epstein, who told them basically the same story: They were offered money to give a wealthy man “massages” — massages that turned into assaults — at his Palm Beach mansion.
 

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..... we're gonna send a nuclear aircraft carriers in there so they have a bigger target
I just wish the current WH Admin / POTUS would unleash that carrier and let it deliver what it can....turn the whole damn place into a glass-topped parking lot in a little under 2 hours.....I would however feel bad for the innocents, camels and dogs, though.....but I'd be over that in a short time. :confused:
 
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