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Trump Jr in Contact With Wikileaks During Campaign

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2 minutes ago, Boobie said:

I agree, there is no law against it.

Who told you that there is a law against it?

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27 minutes ago, Cameron said:

Who told you that there is a law against it?

start at post #2 and work your way down.

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6 minutes ago, Boobie said:

start at post #2 and work your way down.

I was referring to the collusion as a whole, once Mueller is finished. We will look back on this as the stupidest crime in American political history.

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23 hours ago, Heisenberg said:

This is the dumbest crime by a Presidential administration ever.

 

16 minutes ago, Boobie said:

start at post #2 and work your way down.

Where does anyone say that it's illegal to communicate with wikileaks?

It's not illegal  MERELY to bury that knife or MERELY to shred those documents, but it sure as hell could be a crime to communicate with wikileaks, depending on what is being communicated and why.

The MERE fact of the communication is a clue which investigators will investigate.

So far, some of these clues don't look too good for Dim Son & Dad.

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I hope Democrats get control of Congress and then impeach Trump. This nightmare has got to stop.

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9 hours ago, Guido2 said:

We as in You and I ....no.

We as in the Administration that is supposed to represent us.....yes.

exactly...

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5 hours ago, Boobie said:

Would someone cite the specific Federal law that prohibits communication with Wikileaks?

 

didn't think so  ....lol

The one that prohibits foreign citizens from donating to a campaign!

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5 hours ago, Boobie said:

Would someone cite the specific Federal law that prohibits communication with Wikileaks?

 

didn't think so  ....lol

there you go thinking again....it's never worked in the past, but I admire your stick-to-it-tiveness

given how much you hero loves the uneducated, I am not surprised a full fledged trumpanzee wouldn't know the law....so just to help you advance to being almost upright...

Federal election law forbids political candidates from knowingly soliciting, accepting or receiving donations from foreign nationals or foreign entities under any circumstances. A candidate need not have direct knowledge that the source is foreign to be in violation of the law.

donations are not limited to money....giving the campaign stolen documents is also considered a donation...

says so right here ---> https://www.gpo.gov/fdsys/pkg/CFR-2011-title11-vol1/xml/CFR-2011-title11-vol1-sec110-20.xml

Edited by can you hear me now!

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30 minutes ago, jtowne-swim said:

The one that prohibits foreign citizens from donating to a campaign!

https://www.fec.gov/help-candidates-and-committees/candidate-taking-receipts/contribution-types/

Goods and services (in-kind contributions)

Goods or services offered free or at less than the usual charge result in an in-kind contribution. Similarly, when a person pays for services on the committee’s behalf, the payment is an in-kind contribution. An expenditure made by any person in cooperation, consultation or concert with, or at the request or suggestion of, a candidate’s campaign is also considered an in-kind contribution to the candidate.

Goods (such as facilities, equipment, supplies or mailing lists) are valued at the price the item or facility would cost if purchased or rented at the time the contribution is made. For example, if someone donates a personal computer to the campaign, the contribution equals the ordinary market price of the computer at the time of the contribution. Services (such as advertising, printing or consultant services) are valued at the prevailing commercial rate at the time the services are rendered.

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3 minutes ago, Bawlmerian said:

https://www.fec.gov/help-candidates-and-committees/candidate-taking-receipts/contribution-types/

Goods and services (in-kind contributions)

Goods or services offered free or at less than the usual charge result in an in-kind contribution. Similarly, when a person pays for services on the committee’s behalf, the payment is an in-kind contribution. An expenditure made by any person in cooperation, consultation or concert with, or at the request or suggestion of, a candidate’s campaign is also considered an in-kind contribution to the candidate.

Goods (such as facilities, equipment, supplies or mailing lists) are valued at the price the item or facility would cost if purchased or rented at the time the contribution is made. For example, if someone donates a personal computer to the campaign, the contribution equals the ordinary market price of the computer at the time of the contribution. Services (such as advertising, printing or consultant services) are valued at the prevailing commercial rate at the time the services are rendered.

And a foreign entity can not do so!

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14 hours ago, jtowne-swim said:

The one that prohibits foreign citizens from donating to a campaign!

There's also conspiracy.

Plus, receiving stolen goods (in this case, illegally hacked emails) is a crime as well.

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oh, and obstruction of justice

perpetrating a fraud on the government and people of the United States.

 

There's a number of crimes.

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On 11/14/2017 at 9:27 PM, can you hear me now! said:

there you go thinking again....it's never worked in the past, but I admire your stick-to-it-tiveness

given how much you hero loves the uneducated, I am not surprised a full fledged trumpanzee wouldn't know the law....so just to help you advance to being almost upright...

Federal election law forbids political candidates from knowingly soliciting, accepting or receiving donations from foreign nationals or foreign entities under any circumstances. A candidate need not have direct knowledge that the source is foreign to be in violation of the law.

donations are not limited to money....giving the campaign stolen documents is also considered a donation...

says so right here ---> https://www.gpo.gov/fdsys/pkg/CFR-2011-title11-vol1/xml/CFR-2011-title11-vol1-sec110-20.xml

all those silly words, but nothing that points to the law.....pathetic....

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3 hours ago, Boobie said:

all those silly words, but nothing that points to the law.....pathetic....

doubling down on stupid, I see.

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12 hours ago, JoyinMudville said:

doubling down on stupid, I see.

A Boobie Trap. :lol:

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