to all the Clinton haters who call her the most corrupt candidate for the presidency in the history of America:
Donald Trump due in court after Election Day on child rape and racketeering charges
Think about that.
When was the last time Americans were poised to vote for a candidate who is facing child rape and racketeering charges?
But look over there! Emails!
"Donald Trump would like voters to focus on the FBI’s continuing investigation of Hillary Clinton’s email server — but instead questions about his own legal troubles have been raised again.
Author Salman Rushdie reminded voters that Trump will stand trial later this month in a racketeering lawsuit and then again next month as part of a lawsuit filed by a woman who claims the Republican presidential nominee raped her when she was 13 years old. “He is a sexual predator, hasn’t released his tax returns, and has used his foundation’s money to pay his legal fees,”
Rushdie posted Sunday on his Facebook page. “He has abused the family of a war hero and … oh, but let’s talk about some emails Hillary didn’t send from someone else’s computer, that weren’t a crime anyway, because that’s how to choose a president. "
Come on, America. Focus.”
Meanwhile, continuing with his habit of stiffing people who do work for him, Trump is refusing to pay a pollster hired by his campaign in May:
Donald Trump is stiffing the first pollster his presidential campaign hired – to the tune of almost $1 million.FEC filings show that the Trump campaign is disputing a payment of more than $766,700 to pollster Tony Fabrizio's firm, as the Washington Post reported Monday afternoon. The Trump campaign also owes Fabrizio another payment of $55,300, which the campaign is not disputing, according to filings.
Trump policy staffers quit after not being paid
(From a U.S. Senator!):
Sen. Richard Burr privately mused over the weekend that gun owners may want to put a "bullseye" on Hillary Clinton, according to audio obtained by CNN.
The North Carolina Republican, locked in a tight race for reelection, quipped that as he walked into a gun shop "nothing made me feel better" than seeing a magazine about rifles "with a picture of Hillary Clinton on the front of it."
"I was a little bit shocked at that -- it didn't have a bullseye on it," he said Saturday to GOP volunteers, prompting laughter from the crowd in Mooresville, North Carolina.
"But on the bottom right (of the magazine), it had everybody for federal office in this particular state that they should vote for. So let me assure you, there's an army of support out there right now for our candidates."