Trump’s Annulment And The Aiding And Abetting Of A Known Felon

I’m going to cut my friend Pokey some slack. He’s just being used by our rightwing friends and lucky for him the inability to process information is not a crime. Devin Nunes and my friend Sean, on the other Hannity, are actively aiding and abetting a known felon. I’ve touched on this before, because I like to discuss what’s going to happen and avoid my friend’s approach, namely the misinterpretation of everything that already has. Many of us remain 90% sure that a variety of felonies are heading Trumpward. But others close to the president have known about this wide array of wrongdoing for a long time. Likely charges on the low end of the spectrum = obstruction of justice and a wave of white collar crimes. High end of the spectrum = full blown conspiracy + that other shit. The former should—and the operative word here is should—trigger impeachment proceedings. The latter should—and the operative word is should—trigger the full annulment of this administration. Team ass-clown is likely compromised to the Russians and the Saudis. Who knew? Uh, well, most of us. If it walks like a Trump and tweets like a Trump #ItsATrump. My above equation shows the results of such misdeeds in a functional democracy, which we no longer have. Yes, we ran past the point of no return on our environment and our democracy while half the country was too busy investigating the Clintons. Thanks? Today I want to talk about those enablers among us. Not my friend Pokey, a man blinded by the right, but those who are clearly aware of the wrongdoing and yet are protecting the enemy’s of democracy. Post Mueller’s findings, here’s who needs to fry for protecting Trump:

Exhibit A: Devin Nunes (R-CA). As the current chair of the United States House Permanent Select Committee on Intelligence, Nunes is the man supposedly leading the investigation into Russian interference and collusion. Thus far he has wholly abdicated his duties. He interviewed people with no follow up questions, no subpoenas, just implemented an honor system among thieves. Then he ran all the juicy info back and forth to those accused in the White House. This guy should fall on the Manafort/Cohen side of the sentencing equation as opposed to the Flynn/Papadapwhatsas side.

Exhibit B: Jim Jordan (R-OH). This guy, one of the founding Tea Baggers, remains one of the most outspoken critics of the Russia probe. He has fought this narrative from inside and out. Forget The Donald for a moment, anyone who tries to obstruct an investigation into Russian election meddling needs to be charged. In my opinion this guy’s shenanigans reach the level of obstruction of justice.

Exhibit B: Vice President Mike Pence. Our Veep is positioned in the middle of a lot of this schitznik, especially the Michael Flynn chapter. There is no way he is in the dark and thereby understands the scope and breadth of this administration’s culpability. If an impeachment ends with a Pence Administration, we will be even worse off as a nation. I realize that’s one hell of a prediction, but that’s what I do. If this occurs, my recommendation is we all storm the bastille. We’ll first have to build a bastille, of course, which admittedly will be tough to get past the senate, but what isn’t these days?

Exhibit C: Sean Hannity. Hannity is not only an entertainer masquerading as a journalist, he is a secret yet somewhat senior adviser to the president. My inauguration day prediction stands: the day Trump is dragged from office, Hannity will have to break from a segment on Hillary. Yesterday I turned on Hannity for the first time in several weeks (12/7: Hannity’s America) and in the seven minutes or so I could tolerate the dolt, he referenced Uranium One (totally debunked) and illegal Unmasking (see: totally debunked). He mentioned more fictional nuggets about the Clinton Foundation, the “salacious and unverified Steele dossier” that “even Steele himself admitted was false.” (This is another lie as Steele was angry with one of the 78 claims that were published) and, of course, the endless irregularities of the FISA process that triggered the Russia investigation in the first place.

Fear not, fair reader, these will be thoroughly investigated by some future Gowdy-type menace and they will yield the usual ‘meh’ findings. Yesterday they spent all day interviewing Comey and didn’t get one good sound bite. Republicans now had three chances to expose FBI wrongdoing: the IG report, the hearing in July, and this Comey debacle and:

 “Nothin'”

—Yukon Cornelius

And, yes, on the day several more of Mueller’s damning cards were revealed, Sean Hannity stayed transfixed on more debunked Hillary bullshit (DHB).

Fox News: we’re going to shift away from the actual news to make shit up.

And, sadly, my friend and blogvesary still champions much of this false narrative and is demanding yet another Hillary investigation into her emails. As I have said before I have no problem with reinvestigating the reinvestigation, but under one condition: you must agree to investigate her predecessor’s use of a private server, Colin Powell, as well as Trump and his family’s ongoing wilful ignoring of these same email security practices. Otherwise this is simply more politically motivated selective enforcement. I could care less either way. It’s 72 on my list, for either Hillary or Ivanka. In general high level peeps need to start protecting their devices, but everyone should be held to the same standard.

Exhibit D: Everyone else. Charge any other high level official who knew about Russian collusion and interference into the 2016 election, but chose to ignore it to protect a sociopathic man-child. Bring them to justice! And to answer your question, Pokey, I mean after I’m proven right about everything. This is tough because the shelf life of a Trump official is so short, but there are members of the White House staff, the intelligence community and congress who protected this president to the point of criminal culpability. Those proven to have broken the law must be added to my frying pan of justice!

There are five key components that may well save our criminal in chief:

1. You cannot indict a sitting president. [Winslow: Not exactly, it is policy, not law; we’d need a Supreme Court decis…OK, no indictment]

2. It will take two thirds of the senate to convict or annul.

3. There are ways that the results of the Mueller report can remain hidden from the public.

4. Collusion/conspiracy is historically a hard thing to prove in court.

5. Our rightwing media, Republican politicians, and the Trump base can continue to create smoke screens, attack the accusers, deny the evidence, and muddy the waters enough to allow ass-clown to keep dancing through this minefield.

They will be investigating Trump’s antics for many, many years to come. Mueller could probably keep chasing down leads endlessly as everyone in all corners of this investigation appear to be liars, tramps and thieves. Isn’t that a Cher song?

As for conspiracy, aka collusion, we are back to my original premise: Russia attempted to collude with the incoming Trump Administration, some WikiLeaks dump coordination is likely to surface, and there are multiple attempts/business deals with Russians that could reach the threshold of criminal. The only thing standing in the way of a full annulment is this: did Team Trump botch the whole quid-pro-quo thing? They all lied about their endless contacts with Russia; they lied about the ongoing business dealings, but let’s not forget for a moment how dumb these key players truly are.

“If a clear dimwit, you must acquit.”

—OJ’s lawyer

 

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Mick Zano

Mick Zano

Mick Zano is the Head Comedy Writer and co-founder of The Daily Discord. He is the Captain of team Search Truth Quest and is currently part of the Witness Protection Program. He is being strongly advised to stop talking any further about this, right now, and would like to add that he is in no way affiliated with the Gambinonali crime family. 

  23 comments for “Trump’s Annulment And The Aiding And Abetting Of A Known Felon

  1. Pokey
    December 12, 2018 at 10:06 AM

    Cut through all the B.S. and “WikiLeaks coordination is LIKELY to surface” and “multiple attempts/business deals with Russians that COULD reach the threshold of criminal.”

    for the fuzzy math of Democrats (and Zano) “LIKELY” + “COULD” = “KNOWN FELON” just like with Kavanaugh, “ACCUSATIONS” + CIRCUMSTANCE = “KNOWN SEX OFFENDER”

    Both cases have just as much concrete evidence with KNOWN LIARS acting as the accusers and investigators.

    • Mick Zano
      December 12, 2018 at 11:19 AM

      Comments are working again! An update messed a little up, but back in business.

      You misunderstand, again, Donald Trump is already impeachable for paying hush funds and for blatantly ignoring his constitutional duty to protect our elections from meddling. I want to wait until the full picture comes out, so this doesn’t get botched. These are more than guesses because I’ve been following this via actual news sources. Second equation, this may be how some liberals view these Kavanaugh hearings and that is clearly a generational problem. Let’s agree there. But these last hearings were a test of character. He clearly showed he does not have the temperament or level of consciousnesses to be a member of SCOTUS. His application should have been thrown back onto the pile. Although one can argue at this point if you are still a republican in 2018 you’ve already shown a profound lack of insight and should probably remain in retail.

      • Mick Zano
        December 12, 2018 at 12:01 PM

        I think i made it pretty clear in the article “if this happens than this should happen” and what my predictions are at this time. Now, what’s going to happen is this: my predictions will come to pass, but the normal consequences, ones that occur in a functional democracy, will not. I realize I’m talking to the future, with what ifs, but again that’s what i do.

      • pokey
        December 12, 2018 at 3:23 PM

        “ignoring his constitutional duty to protect our elections from meddling”–We’re talking 2015-2016–Obama was President then.

        This is a political civil war declared by the Democrats as soon as they lost the presidency. The investigation is totally partisan. Why can’t the Democrats just challenge Trump on the issues? The answer is obvious.
        You have called Kavanaugh a “Known Sex Offender” and you have called Trump a “Known Felon.”
        Though both cases have no evidence, it won’t stop the Democrats from seeking impeachment for both.

      • pokey
        December 12, 2018 at 3:27 PM

        I found a great quote–“The best argument for socialism is that it sounds good. The best argument against socialism is that it doesn’t work. Those who live in words will always have a soft spot in their hearts for socialism because it sounds so good.” Thomas Sowell

  2. Pierce Winslow
    Pierce Winslow
    December 12, 2018 at 5:01 PM

    Trump is a known felon. He evaded the draft. He paid off a Florida DA to stop investigating his Trump U fraud. He paid off a Manhattan DA to drop his investigation into the Trumplettes’ real estate fraud. For Chrissake the guy had 3500 open lawsuits against him when he was nominated. That should add up to a felony all by itself.

    • pokey
      December 13, 2018 at 8:04 AM

      6000 misdemeanors do not equal one felony; 10 mediocre arguments do not equal one good one.

      But by your logic–is Bill Clinton a known felon (and I’m not saying that he it–but it sounds like you are)?
      Is Hillary Clinton a “known felon”? (and I’m not saying that she is)

      • Mick Zano
        December 13, 2018 at 11:27 AM

        I think at this point you need to start asking yourself, why aren’t you understanding the gravity of what’s happening today …on any level? I have asked you to consider your “news” sources. This is a Wile E Coyote Roadrunner thing and it’s time you understand which character you mimic. Some rare kudos though, NPR is confirming more and more, particularly children are arriving at the border each day. The world is falling apart fast and something needs to be done. As usual, my solution is we poll all republicans and then do the opposite.

        • pokey
          December 14, 2018 at 1:12 PM

          2006 bipartisan legislation to build a wall was defunded after the economic collapse of 2008. It’s a simple solution–return to funding the 2006 bipartisan legislation.

          Oh no–the Dems don’t want that. That would give Trump a victory and lose them illegal voters. The Dems don’t say it; actually many Dems do now say it. They stand proud for “Open Borders and Abolish ICE.”

          The world is falling apart–not cause of Trump. Look at the Progressive leaders of France, Germany, and England–to the degree that they have embraced multicultural socialism is the degree to which they are falling apart. And the dems are pushing us in that direction. No thanks. I am a nationalist who happens to be white. Build the wall.

          • Mick Zano
            December 15, 2018 at 11:11 AM

            Then it’s a really simple question: why are Dems forced to fix economies after republicans break them? I said, about two years, to look to the second year of the Trump Administration to start to see the damage. The first year of any presidency is more about their predecessor’s handiwork. Almost every economist predicted a rosy period for a long long time in 2016. Anyone could have ridden the Obama economy to collect some serious accolades. But not a republican. Now the tides are already turning with dumb decisions, global unrest, pending shutdowns, trade wars, and deficits hitting 22 trillion (all while forsaking our environment and gutting anything that might benefit the lower or middle classes). Good times! …or, more accurately, interesting ones. We have two types of problems in America today, ones created by republicans or ones exacerbated by them. Let’s start there. If someone arrives at the ER with a gun shot wound and a hangnail, we know what the conservative doctor will address first. Unless we figure out a way to change that, we’re doomed.

  3. pokey
    December 13, 2018 at 8:32 AM

    Here’s what’s real–THE RESISTANCE declared Trump a KNOWN FELON unfit for the presidency before he started, then they sought any dirt, circumstance, or innuendoes to justify the KNOWN FELON narrative. Russia collusion, if that doesn’t work, then he’s compromised to Moscow, if that doesn’t work then he’s mentally unfit, if that doesn’t work then Hush Money. By the way, is another way of saying Hush Money–Black Mail. Isn’t that what occurred these people approached Trump and blackmailed him–give us money or we’ll say things that will harm your marriage and your profession, and these ladies are now heroes of the left.

    Same thing happened with Kavanaugh, THE RESISTANCE declared Kavanaugh unfit before he was even nominated, they sought out dirt, circumstances, or innuendos to justify their KNOWN SEX OFFENDER NARRATIVE. At first he supported torture, when that didn’t work then he perjured himself, when that didn’t work he sexually assaulted a woman, then he was a serial gang rapist.

    All of it turned out to be bunk, but that doesn’t stop THE RESISTANCE FROM their cries of KNOWN FELON and KNWON SEX OFFENDER

    • Pierce Winslow
      Pierce Winslow
      December 13, 2018 at 4:52 PM

      You and your narratives. Just look at the facts:

      The dope in chief has filled his cabinet with his rich buddies who are not qualified for the jobs they hold. Several of them have been abusing their positions.

      Trump has one conflict of interest after another, hiring unqualified family members into key positions, oh, and TV personalities, really?

      Trump’s administration has a revolving door, with everyone that leaves speaking of his temper, self-centricity, contempt for the rule of law and all around wackiness.

      Trump lies about everything, even the most trivial of issues.

      Trump has turned his back on our allies and embraces every despot on the planet, calling them “great leaders.”

      Trump has undone, to varying degrees of success, every constructive piece of legislation passed in the last ten years.

      Trump has no grasp of macro-economics (hint: trade deficits are not a bad thing), or the implications of treaties beyond the letter of their law (political influence? Good relationships with countries in strategic places?). He has “renegotiated” trade agreements, touting how great they are now, when they aren’t significantly different than they were before, except that we are losing grace with our trade partners.

      Trump is willing, almost anxious, to shut down the government over his fucking wall…aren’t the Mexicans paying for that? Besides, anyone that knows anything about the construction of such structures says it will cost trillions, take 20+ years to complete, and probably won’t be any more effective than what we have already.

      And what of the planet itself? Trump’s own people publish a report on the dire state of the environment, and yet he still denies human impact on the environment, even as he guts the EPA.

      Reflection time. Set aside your thirst for narratives, and think: what’s more likely, that all of the sleaze balls surrounding Trump are there by accident, and are out to get Trump who is really an upstanding guy, or that all of those sleaze balls are simply sleaze electrons orbiting the sleaze nucleus? Trump hand-picked all of those people, right?

      One more: what’s more likely, that the filers of the 3500 lawsuits are all evil hangers-on willing to go through the expense and hassle of suing the uber-powerful, but upstanding Trumpster (before he was even nominated), or that they were all screwed over by the aforementioned sleaze nucleus, and are looking to recoup their losses?

      Dude, put down the Kool-Aid and step away from the Fox News. Smoke a huge Jamaican splief mon. It will help bring back your senses. Trump is the creator of his own narrative, and it aint gonna have a happy ending.

      • pokey
        December 14, 2018 at 10:16 AM

        To counter my argument–a 2016 study showed that due to fed regulations, the average american commits 3 felonies a day. So maybe you are right–we’re all KNOWN FELONS.

      • pokey
        December 14, 2018 at 12:53 PM

        Good news! A new study shows that since Trump has been cutting back on those regulations your so giddy about, the average American now only commits 2 felonies per day.

  4. pokey
    December 14, 2018 at 8:32 AM

    This article, and my responses, focus only on the one stated “fact” that Trump is a KNOWN FELON. I argue that this is not a fact. I would be happy to address any of the other alleged “facts” that you have recently spewed as an avoidance of my point, but first I would like to bring this one particular argument to its logical conclusion–in FACT Trump is NOT a KNOWN FELON.

    • Mick Zano
      December 15, 2018 at 1:50 PM

      In order to ignore your points, you’d have to make some. There is no way in hell a man this devoid of morals and under investigation for nearly every aspect of his corrupt and sad existence is going to skate. Yesterday we found out his inauguration itself is a scandal, which Trump seems to be distancing himself from, ha. Just arrest some of my best people and leave me out of it. I have always spoken to the future, Poke, while you are busy distorting the past. I keep saying over and over again, send my articles into the future a year or two from now and they’ll be spot on and as for any republican article in 2018 the spam folder will suffice. My title KNOWN FELON was designed as an attention grabber, but if you think a felony is not forthcoming, well, I don’t think even you believe that.

      Maybe start reading my articles again from a year of two ago and we can discuss. Winslow and I plan to wean you back onto reality gradually so you don’t blow a gasket or something.

      • pokey
        December 18, 2018 at 10:11 AM

        The worst kind of tyranny is the kind that uses the legal system to destroy their political adversaries. There is not a person who can withstand this kind of highly funded legal scrutiny. “You show me the person, and I’ll show you the crime.” Soviet Union

        Rather than to defeat Republicans in the political arena, the Democratic Party and their supporters are quite comfortable seeking legal means of defeating their political adversaries. (See Brett Kavanaugh–the known sex offender)

        I always (usually) side with those who are being attacked by such tyranny.

        • Mick Zano
          December 18, 2018 at 1:54 PM

          Yes, which is why Trump should be held accountable for his attempts to politicize his justice department. So we’re finally in agreement, ha! It seems some people can withstand decades of investigations, you get only one guess who – rhymes with Sillary. And I would change that quote a bit, “You show me the republican, and I will send you the indictment.” Here’s how it’s actually going to go down: man investigated for committing specific crimes that he’s found guilty of committing (deep stuff) and then tons of other felonies will be uncovered during these efforts.

          “Unless I’m wrong, and I’m never wrong, they’re heading straight into the Draining Swamp!”
          – Prince Humperdinck

          • pokey
            December 18, 2018 at 3:15 PM

            What specific crime is he being investigated for?

            • Mick Zano
              December 19, 2018 at 12:13 AM

              Russian interference in 2016 election (check), conspiracy/collusion attempted (check), enough to fry (likely), obstruction of justice (check), incidentals (money laundering check), then there’s the hush money to prostitutes (check), i’m getting tired but there’s about 14 more investigations. Let’s just say check for 2 out of 3 for the rest, which as Meatloaf once said “aint bad”, unless you’re Trump then that’s very bad.

              To clarify before you go all innocent to proven Donald, the first has been already proven and the rest look highly likely based on existing evidence, which is where we started.

              • pokey
                December 20, 2018 at 8:34 AM

                You’re just throwing terms around. I mean–what actual actions has Trump engaged in that has violated an actual statute?

                Here’s why your side’s perspective has no credibility:
                1) standard Democratic Discord assertion–“Donald Trump and Brett Kavanaugh are known sex offenders.” But when asked about Bill Clinton, to whom much more concrete evidence has been shown for much more serious accusations, the standard Democratic Discord response is to ignore, claim that it’s “irrelevant,” claim it’s a “hoax,” or change the subject.

                2) Standard Democratic Discord assertion–“Donald Trump colluded with the Russians.” When asked about Bill Clinton giving a speech in Moscow which earned him 500,000 dollars that was traced to the Russian government, all while his wife was Secretary of State, The standard Democratic Discord response is to ignore the facts, claim them to be “irrelevant” or a “hoax,” and change the subject.

                3) SDD ass. Trump is a racist who refused to denounce David Duke. When asked about the Clinton frienship with KKK grandmaster Robert Byrd, including attending hi funeral, and eulogizing him, the SDDs ignore, claim “irrelevancy” or “hoax,” or change the subject.

                4) SDDs ass. Trump obstructed justice. When reminded that Clinton destroyed 30,000 plus subpoenaed emails, SDDs ignore, claim “irrelevant hoax”, and change subject.

                5) SDDs assert Trump’s charity is corrupt. I will save my comments on the Clinton Foundation for future featured article.

                Standard politicians (Clinton’s an Bush’s) and those play along never get prosecuted for crimes that they accuse their adversaries of–and you support such politicians.

                • Mick Zano
                  December 22, 2018 at 11:12 AM

                  U.S. Code § 45(b)86’d, which is from the cornered animal corner of federal statute.

          • pokey
            December 18, 2018 at 3:32 PM

            How has Trump politicized his justice department. The AG reports and congressional reports? The investigation into Clinton emails and the investigation into Trump “collusion” are interconnected and can only be understood when viewed as such.

            The Clinton?Obama team used the Justice Dept and DOJ to set up Trump’s team. It’s obvious if you want to see the truth.

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