The Dawn of Don the Con
Before Trump got on his helicopter to fly off to his MAGA rally he told reporters, “It’s a very scary time for young men in America where you can be guilty of something that you may not be guilty of.”
At his rally in Southaven, Mississippi, he told his followers, “A man’s life is in tatters. A man’s life is shattered.” The crowd cheered. Then he mocked Dr. Christine Blasey Ford. The crowd loved it. They cheered louder. Mississippi women held up “Women for Trump” signs and smiled pretty for the cameras. Delta Dawn, what’s that sign that you got on?
He talked about gang rape, in a political speech, to score political points with his reptile brain audience. There were kids in that audience.
Trump snapped. He couldn’t control himself any longer. He had been taking the advice of his advisors and had been good all week. But now he had an audience. He needs that audience. He had to let the hate out, exposing weeks of Republican talking points as the bullshit that we already know they are. The crowd clapped and chanted and he was satisfied. He is nobody, nothing, without them. He never has been.
Trump took to that stage hours after the New York Times reported that Trump and his father, Fred Trump, had committed outright fraud on their taxes, turning the legend into a myth in 13 pages. Trump’s story of being a self made billionaire has now been exposed as one big, long con that went straight to the White House.
Trump was a millionaire by age 8. He created the story that he created himself with a $1 million loan from his father. Not true. He started off with $413 million from his father. And it wasn’t a loan. That wasn’t the end of it. Fred kept giving him every time he screwed up. Trump is not a businessman. He’s a conman, a spoiled trust fund baby who burned through his trust fund and had to turn to Russia to bail him out.
In 1976, Trump lied and reported his income to be $24,000.
Trump and his siblings stiffed the US treasury out of hundreds of millions of dollars in gift taxes when they gained ownership of their father’s empire by submitting tax returns grossly undervaluing the properties. They reported their value at $41.4 million. They were worth 16 times more than that. On top of that, the Trump brats set up a sham corporation to hide millions of dollars in gifts they got from their parents.
Trump participated in dubious tax schemes during the 1990s that increased the fortune he got from his dad. He helped his dad dodge taxes to increase his fortune. That wasn’t enough so he committed outright fraud.
Later on, Trump tried to screw his aging father and siblings out of the company his father built by trying to have his dad’s will rewritten so he could use his dad’s empire to keep bailing him out of his failing businesses.
The New York Times has evidence documenting a lifetime of criminal tax fraud on the President of the United States, raising new questions about why Trump refused to release his tax returns.
“This bombshell tax story is going to fuck Donald Trump up more than anything. Everyone finally knowing his dealmaking prowess was all a bunch of bullshit has been his biggest fear” -Andy Lassner
Al Capone went to jail for tax fraud. Not murder, tax fraud.
Republicans in Congress passed bills that added $2.4 trillion to the debt from 2017 to 2018. They timed it so it wouldn’t make the headlines. Trump has taken his tax cheating expertise to help the Republicans cheat tax payers to grow tax cheating millionaires and billionaires’ fortunes.
How did Trump and Manafort manage to evade tax authorities for so long? Because powerful white men are rarely prosecuted for their white-collar crimes and tax evasion. Powerful rich white man can do whatever they want, including stealing elections and Supreme Court seats and raping women.
“In less than 2 years America has gone from being ‘the land of the free’ to the land of the white straight Republican male getting away with rape, conspiracy and treason” — Ryan Knight
Someone sent poison to the Pentagon. If this were any other time, that would be news.
At 2:18 pm ET today we’re all going to get a practice alert call on our cell phones from Trump, the first test of a national presidential alert system warning us about a pretend attack because Twitter isn’t enough to scare the shit out of us. He wants to get to us on our phones, all at once, wherever we are, a month before the election to remind us that we need to be scared a prepared and should vote Republican.
34 days until we get to vote.