Federal Judge Denies Papadopoulos Delay – Begins 14-Day Federal Prison Sentence Tomorrow…

Federal Judge Randolph Moss denies a sentencing delay for George Papadopoulos and instructs him to report to federal prison in Wisconsin on Monday; Papadopoulos will serve a 14-day sentence for ‘lying’ to  federal investigators.

The Judge rejected Papadopoulos request to delay his sentence while the legitimacy of Mueller’s probe is being challenged in a separate legal case.

[Read Court Ruling Here]

Papadopoulos argued it was possible the constitutional challenge in a separate case would result in his own conviction being set aside, and that he should therefore be allowed to remain free on bail. However, U.S. District Judge Randolph D. Moss noted Papadopoulos had not appealed his own conviction, having waived his right to do so when he pleaded guilty. Moss also noted Papadopoulos had not shown the appeals court case would likely conclude the special counsel’s appointment was unlawful.

 

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204 Responses to Federal Judge Denies Papadopoulos Delay – Begins 14-Day Federal Prison Sentence Tomorrow…

  1. chojun says:

    I believe there may be significance in the timing of this. Papadopoulos will be silenced over the Huber testimony to Congress on the 5th.

    Liked by 9 people

  2. PremAmericaReturns says:

    The true legacy of Jeff Sessions continues unabated to unfold……

    Liked by 11 people

  3. MaineCoon says:

    Screwed. Wonder why he didn’t withdraw his guilty plea as he discussed a few times.

    Liked by 5 people

  4. SteveC says:

    I hope Papadopoulos survives this.

    Liked by 9 people

  5. joeknuckles says:

    Hope he survives his stay in lockup.

    Liked by 3 people

  6. Successful Loser says:

    He had his chance at a real defense and blew it. Now he gets his 14 days of; would of, could of, should of, fame, which maybe good enough for CNN when he gets out.

    Liked by 4 people

  7. MaineCoon says:

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    • fleporeblog says:

      I actually think this will allow George Papadopoulos to be able to be completely unshackled once his 14 days are over. If I were him, I would request to be in solitary confinement. Have his meals delivered to him. The one hour of yard time can be done solo.

      Once he is out, nothing is off limits. George I will be praying 🙏 for you!

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    • Sammy Hains says:

      Jim McDougal was also going to testify publicly after getting out of federal prison. A lot of people who are planning to testify against the political powers in Washington don’t make it out of federal prison.

      Liked by 2 people

    • distracted2 says:

      The comments to this tweet on Twitter are absolutely disgusting. Maybe I’m just old, but I can’t imagine saying those things to anyone even if I’m hiding behind a computer screen.

      Liked by 2 people

  8. MaineCoon says:

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  9. Deplorable_Infidel says:

    “[Read Court Ruling Here]”

    That is filed today. since when do courts work on Sundays?

    Liked by 6 people

    • Burnt Toast says:

      Sunday during major Federal four day weekend?

      It is self-evident, a VERY motivated court.

      And y’all thought courts weren’t supposed to have ‘motivations’
      – Justice Roberts

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      • Normally Quiet Observer says:

        @Burnt Toast … actually, if you look into it – in the Rules of Procedure for your local court, you WILL find it … EVERY Court in the US, from the lowliest Muni-Court, all the way up … are mandated by their own city/district/state/federal laws/procedures to have a Jurist ‘On Call’ 24/7. “The Court never [REALLY] closes”. That has been the ‘procedural rule of the land’ for a VERY long time. If a Lawyer, Law Enforcement Officer, or Citizen acting Pro Per, needs to be seen by a Judge, to get an Emergent Order, Motion, or a Warrant, signed – at ANY time – and they cannot wait for Court to re-open for the public routine business – there IS a Judge available within “a reasonable time” to see them. Also, in most places geographically, there is also a Court Clerk to receive ‘timely’ filings, etc., 24/7. Of course, they do NOT advertise this, but those who need to know, do know. I have learned this over the years, as I do almost ALL of my own legal work, and I have done so for over 40 years. You just have to ALWAYS remember … you better have a “very good, and time constrictive, reason” to wake that Judge up in the middle of the friggin’ night, or for interrupting them on a holiday! LOL! Just an FYI for you …

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        • Daniel says:

          Yes of course, however… think in practical terms, not legal ones. It’s as if you would say they same thing about the way they got Obamacare passed. It’s pretty much the same type of scam.

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  10. emet says:

    A generous donation to the Clinton Foundation could still make it all go away. Or at least an Epstein arrangement, whereby he just sleeps at jail.

    Liked by 2 people

  11. GaBoy says:

    Anyone notice how quiet Rosenstein has been since Whitaker was appointed?

    Liked by 13 people

  12. CornPicker says:

    He looks depressed I hope he doesn’t torture himself to death or commit suicide by blunt force trauma to the head , that’s becoming a popular way to take yourself out lately.

    I hope his wife is ok too someone should check on her ,never mind I’ll do it

    Liked by 6 people

  13. GTG1775 says:

    Truth will prevail…

    Liked by 4 people

  14. memory holed and okay with that i guess says:

    is it okay to be angry?

    Liked by 3 people

  15. Avi says:

    Does anyone know what the “ lie” gestapo Chief Müller claimed Pap committed?
    For two weeks it must be a doozie

    Liked by 2 people

    • MaineCoon says:

      Waiting…

      Liked by 1 person

    • covfefe999 says:

      I hate to sound like a crank but it took me 1 minute to find some info. You should have done it yourself.

      https://www.justice.gov/file/1007346/download The info you want is right at the top.

      Liked by 1 person

      • covfefe999 says:

        The two week sentence was part of a plea deal in exchange for “cooperating”. He was also fined $9500, has to do community service, and will be under supervision for a year. He will also be considered a federal felon which means certain jobs will not be available to him. 14 days isn’t much to spend in prison but this is still very very serious and life-altering.

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        • G. Combs says:

          He was also fined $9500 in hopes of RETRIEVING the $10,000 dollars they tried to trap PapaD with.

          It will be interesting to see if it has serial numbers or finger prints of interest….

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          • My Suspicious Cat is so suspicious, she wonders if Tawil gave George $10,000 that will somehow be tangentially connected to VSGPDJT, via someone who was never really “on the team” but close enough for government work.

            My Suspicious Cat wonders how someone who comes across as clueless as George does in the Bongino interview, gains credibility as an “oil and gas consultant” at the young age of 30. George just doesn’t seem like a prodigy who would be sought out by governments, even small ones. Does his daddy have connections? Inquiring cats want to know.

            My Suspicious Cat read this and I had no answers for her:
            https://themarketswork.com/2018/11/07/questions-for-george-papadopoulos/

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      • Avi says:

        Seems like total BS that a wealthier defendant with a better lawyer could have had laughed out of court
        Gestapo Muller needs to ride in an open air Mercedes in Prague

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      • Coast says:

        I just read it….what a bunch on meaningless CRAP.

        Liked by 4 people

    • Sandra-VA says:

      He gave the wrong dates of meeting Mifsud. Apparently, he also said he wasn’t on Trump Campaign at the time – which could be construed as true since he was in London at the time he got notified, hadn’t actually joined the campaign in person at the time.

      He was also accused of preventing them arresting Mifsud – which was odd because they DID detain him when he popped over for a “presentation” – and then he vanished from the face of the Earth.

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      • Sammy Hains says:

        And Mueller knew the dates the FBI sent Misfud to try to entrap Papadopolous. Mueller also knew Papadopolous had been in talks with the Trump campaign to join the team, which the FBI already knew from illegally spying on the Trump campaign, which is why they sent Misfud to try to frame Papadopolous in the first place.

        Although Mueller didn’t frame his evidence quite like that, I’m guessing.

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      • Zorro says:

        Trumped up charges indeed.

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  16. nccosmiccurmudgeon says:

    In my opinion only, it seems that the “legitimacy” of Comrade Mueller’s charade has been shown to be near zero.
    If it takes a mass declassification to completely expose this fraud, and the ongoing attempt to undermine The President and the Constitution, then so be it.
    If some of our “Allies” are “embarrassed” by what this course of action would expose, then so be it.
    And once the crimes have been exposed, then at a minimum, all “Convictions” should be overturned immediately with prejudice and/or pardoned.
    Then the hangings can begin.

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    • Mark L. says:

      POTUS is the master showman. FISA shall be revealed at the most opportune time for maximum effect.

      Otherwise this has all been a charade.

      Liked by 5 people

      • Avi says:

        Comment deleted by Admin…

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      • tunis says:

        Maybe he should have done it before the mid-terms. That would seem like a very opportune moment as it may have prevented loss of the House if voters knew how corrupt the Obama administration law enforcement was.

        I am in agreement with Sundance that Mueller is a cover up operation. POTUS is the final authority on classification of federal government documents. He can order release at any time. There’s no point in blaming Gowdy, Rosenstein, Mueller, etc. They are doing their job of protecting the Deep State. That’s what they do.

        The question that needs to be asked is why has POTUS not released these documents. He may have reasons why. At this point we don’t know.

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  17. jeans2nd says:

    After seeing both Papa-Ds with the Papa-D’s new BFF Tom Arnold, am somewhat ambivalent re: George Papa-D going to jail. Papa-D is obviously Stupid.

    Papa-D did lie to Mueller, and said so openly. Papa-D also gave up the right to withdraw the guilty plea in the plea deal. So – meh.

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    • JMC says:

      Do we really need to blame the victim here?

      Liked by 3 people

    • covfefe999 says:

      We’re looking at this with 20/20 hindsight. He didn’t know what was going on at the time, none of us did. Many of us thought he was a mole, not an innocent victim.

      I hope Trump pardons him eventually. I’d send him a card but his stay is so short he’ll probably be gone by the time the mail readers finish processing it. 🙂

      Liked by 5 people

      • JMC says:

        Exactly. For those of us who have followed Papa’s story – and also listened intently to his interview with Dan Bongino – it is obvious that Deep State powers – really diabolical stuff – was arrayed against him. He has spoken out loudly and with real courage since his conviction. He is not dumb, either. Far more worldly men were caught up and deceived by these same powers. They too made some mistakes in hindsight. Most of them have since remained silent, though, unlike the feisty Papa and his intelligent, beautiful, faithful wife.

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        • Burnt Toast says:

          It’s funny because he knew he had nothing to hide so took the ‘interview’ and now figured out he was framed from the get go.

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          • John Bosley says:

            When dealing with LEO, always, ALWAYS invoke your Miranda rights and shut your trap.
            LEO is NOT your friend at any ‘interview ‘.
            Any thing you say, can and will be used against you in a court of law.
            Always lawyer up, even if it kills your pocket book.

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      • tdaly14 says:

        Hope Trump pardons him too. Terrible what they did to him.

        Liked by 1 person

      • cthulhu says:

        Not to mention that if he had any legal representation at all, it’d be burning cash like gangbusters. Sometimes “‘guilty’, but solvent” is the better option than “innocent, but bankrupt.”

        Liked by 1 person

        • Normally Quiet Observer says:

          Which is EXACTLY why the Feds do this so often! If they can’t convict you of something, they at least bankrupt you with lawyers fees! Never forget MOST of them ARE lawyers, and they look out for their own!

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  18. Mncpo(ret) says:

    Good grief, it’s 14 days. He’ll do it in a county jail, the paperwork alone precludes a federal institution. He will be out, maybe pardoned, and very vocal. Mueller just wanted to be able to scream, “I put him behind bars”, looks good for the MSM and his boondoggle. PFFT.

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    • covfefe999 says:

      It’s not “pfft” to Papadopolous. This has been a total ordeal for the guy. Don’t minimize it. Imagine getting set up and then upon return from Europe being arrested at the airport. He is now a federal felon. He has a year of supervised release when he gets out and has to pay $9500. Unless he is pardoned, certain jobs are now not available to him. At my prior job nobody with a felony could work there, and certain misdemeanors were also excluded.

      Liked by 7 people

  19. Chuck Stephens says:

    These Obama appointed judges walk in lock step with the agenda…

    Liked by 2 people

    • pnj01 says:

      OH!! THE HORROR!!!! Did you not hear the August Chief Justice of the United States who warned us that it is wrong to call judges by their political sympathies?

      Liked by 2 people

      • WSB says:

        Yes, so Roberts is an Obama-compromised Justice. Fixed it.

        Liked by 3 people

      • pyromancer76 says:

        Yes, but….now we and everyone else has the epithet ObamaJudges to fling over and over and over again, thanks to our President. Just think the intials are OJ, the famous California murder. Fits, doesn’t it. I hope every ObamaJudge label get linked to some stinky, nasty decision of theirs, too.

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    • covfefe999 says:

      Trump has said it many times, Dems stick together. Wish we could do it too.

      Liked by 4 people

      • jackphatz says:

        That’s cults and gangs do. Conservatives (I’m at that point where I no longer view myself as Republican, again) are individually smarter, have a better grasp of the world around us, have a higher sense of communal morality, use logic and common sense and we smell better!

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      • MaineCoon says:

        Not really possible when comments like the one you made below to Avi upthread are thrown around.

        “I hate to sound like a crank but it took me 1 minute to find some info. You should have done it yourself.”

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  20. pnj01 says:

    He pleads to a violation of 18 USC Section 1001, which is punishable by a sentence of up to five years and is sentenced to 14 days, which is 1,775 days less than the maximum. Mueller’s minions apparently did not sell the Judge very well on the need to really squeeze Papadopoulos to “get the President.” Or maybe they were just trying to hide their embarrassment at the way their frame of Papadopoulos had NOT worked when they “surprised” him at the airport?

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    • covfefe999 says:

      He was sentenced fo 14 days because he agreed to “cooperate”. He was also fined $9500. The prosecutors admitted that the cooperation didn’t amount to much.

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    • JMC says:

      Pehaps Mueller’s Minions knew that the backstory of Papa’s situation, if and when it became known, could reveal to the court and the world details highly uncomplimentary to the Deep State conspirators. And so the SC went for a quick conviction on a mere process issue. But Papa has fought back nobly with his detailed public revelations of what really happened. Remember, if it became clear that the SP in his case against Papa was trying to hide info about the individuals who tried to ensnare Papa, that in itself would be an admission that they were not connected with Russia, but rather with the US Government.

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  21. Guaca Mole says:

    hope this judge runs into some justice soon…and for mueller, obozo, HilLIARy and,all the criminals leftists and alphabet soupers

    Liked by 4 people

  22. dd_sc says:

    Jerome Corsi interviewing Papadopoulos for InfoWars while he’s in prison could be interesting and insightful.

    I have not read or heard anything about Meuller issuing any kind of gag orders.

    Liked by 2 people

    • MaineCoon says:

      Maybe they’ll be sharing a cell. They could do a daily radio broadcast!

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    • OmegaManBlue says:

      Jerome Corsi won’t be doing anything of the sort. I don’t like him but I am guessing now that Mueller isn’t going after him his mouth will be completely shut about anything having to do with this situation.

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  23. Coast says:

    I really disappointed, and I blame a lot of this on Trump. No clean-up of the DOJ, in fact it’s just a bad as it’s ever been with RR still employed. Mueller still “investigating” with no end in sight. No real clean up of the FBI. No criminals going to jail (except victims of Mueller). Hillary, Comey, Yates, Lynch, Obama, Powers, etc….all running free. Sad that he didn’t can Sessions the day he recused himself.

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    • G. Combs says:

      Blame it on JFK and Congress who made it DARN HARD to fire anyone in the bureaucracy even if they are caught red handed stealing thousands of dollars worth of government property.
      http://dailycaller.com/2016/03/03/heres-why-its-all-but-impossible-to-fire-a-fed/

      And yes some have been booted. Sessions booted a couple dozen on the top at least and several at the FBI have been taken out.

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    • lydia00 says:

      Don’t be absurd. Trump trusted Sessions. Sessions brought in Rosenstein who looked for a way to bring in Mueller. He encourages Trump to fire Comey and Rosenstein has his way to bring in special Prosecutor. So now, catch 22. Trump was set up. Obstruction of justice if he touches the investigation.

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      • Coast says:

        I’m not being absurd. If I hired someone to run the DOJ and the minute I do they recuse themselves of the major political crime of the century, then I would have fired their ass that very day. What good is a dead DOJ Administrator? Yeah, Trump was set up….its called the Deep State and it’s kicking our butts. Time to do something about it.

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      • jessetmims says:

        @ lydia00… Re “Sessions brought in Rosenstein…”

        I keep seeing people say that; but, no one has explained how Sessions brought in/chose/hired Rosenstein or is otherwise responsible for him being Acting AG when it was Trump himself who nominated RR for that position BEFORE Sessions was even confirmed as USAG.

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        • MaineCoon says:

          Very recently PT said in one of his impromptu pressers that it was Sessions not him who hired RR. SOrry I don’t have the link.

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          • jessetmims says:

            @ MaineCoon…

            Correction: Where I said “Acting AG” above, I should have said “Deputy AG.”

            Re “PT said in one of his impromptu pressers that it was Sessions not him who hired RR. Sorry I don’t have the link.”

            No link needed. If President Trump said Rosenstein was “hired,” he misspoke.

            As I said earlier, “it was Trump himself who nominated RR for that position (Deputy AG” BEFORE Sessions was even confirmed as USAG.”

            That is a matter of public record. Feel free to look it up…

            As with the USAG, the position of Acting AG is not one that is filled by simply hiring someone. The president nominates someone of his choosing to be Acting AG. Then, also just as with the USAG, Congress has to confirm the president’s nomination.

            Having said all that, it is certainly possible that Sessions RECOMMENDED Rosenstein for Deputy AG. But, I have never seen any facts to support that having happened; and; it would still be up to the president to either vet the recommended person or accept him at his own peril.

            The bottom line is that President Trump and no one else is ultimately responsible for Rosenstein being Deputy AG.

            If you can find provable fault with anything I have stated, please let me know; as, the last thing I want to do is misinform anyone.

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      • OmegaManBlue says:

        Yes Sessions failed him and Rosenstein set him up with the Comey firing.

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    • This is how I feel. It’s time for people to stop sitting around waiting for “the plan” that doesn’t exist. Trust Sessions huh? No I don’t think so.

      I am starting to blame a lot of this on POTUS and that’s sad. He has been mocked and jibed on twitter by his own conspirators and he’s done nothing but scream about witch hunts. He has taken NO offensive action. All defensive actions and getting suckered by Rosenstein and the UK/AUS not to declassify. I am not alone in this.

      If he doesn’t go on the offensive soon, he’s going to lose the Senate in 2020 as well and his re-election will be dead in the water due to his voters being deflated. Time to stop tweeting, and start punching back Mr. President.

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      • Kid Jupiter says:

        It’s too late for him to go on the offensive. The time has passed, he’s lost the House. He should’ve declassified and DARED Mueller to declare “obstruction” for declassifying. The truth of what’s in those documents would forestall any attempt by them to impeach. He’s on his own and not getting any good advice. Sad, he’s fallen right into their hands.

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        • mtk says:

          That is provided the declassification proves a one-sided narrative, that is favorible to prevailing wisdom that the PDJT adminstration was framed, and was set up from the get go. What if it says something else, something else that still completely places the current adminstration on the side lines as unawares to actual involvement?

          Just saying, the business of counterintelligence is the business of misdirection.

          Think about it, really think about. What if the true goal was to keep…(self censor myself).
          Asking that question with all that is known, and does not invalidate the ‘muh Russia’s stuff, yet opens the door to reactionaries.

          Basically, take the collusion narrative, turn it’s head and ask one simple question, “What if the goal was the exact opposite, then ask two questions?
          “How would you go about achieving it?” and second, “How much of the ‘muh russia’ is a consequence of that goal?”

          Said more than I should have said in talking around, “What my crayons won’t write.”
          … Are we truly ready to walk through that door. I am still not certain that is not a door that has been deliberately placed before us.

          Too good to be true, in my opinion.

          How many here can say the same? What are your fears, more specifically “What if your fears had to include?, “Just another statistic tabulated of, “Who would know?, Who would care?”
          To which I reply and freely admonish, “Render unto Ceasar” is the code of their fear, not mine.
          I certaintly don’t expect an understanding, except that the State respects and acknowledges that they don’t own everything.

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      • lydia00 says:

        He is punching back but not in the Machiavellian way you desire. You are falling for the tactics of nevertrumpers and the left. That: We will start to see TRUMP as the real problem and go back to our establishment elite normal. Trump has every right to protect himself from prosecution. Good to know you won’t be standing up for rule of law.

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      • No one ever successfully defended anything. There is only attack and attack and attack some more.
        – George S. Patton

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    • Southern Son says:

      You really should educate yourself on the SES.
      This Whole Criminal Coup, exist to this day, because of SES.
      It is the Root of the Communist Plot to take over our government.
      Blame the GlobalCommieProgs!
      President Trump/American Patriots need our Prayers and Loyalty.
      Not blame.

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    • Sayit2016 says:

      “Blame Trump ” Are you even serious ? You do understand that they are trying to get Trump for ANY kind of ” obstruction of Justice’ don’t you ?

      I am going to slam my head on a concrete riser just to feel better…..

      Oy.

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  24. Firefly says:

    The left is delighted that the courts upheld the sentence because Papadopoulos broadly waived his rights in the plea deal. They seem to forget that what happened to Papadopoulos could happen to anyone. The left isn’t looking at it from what if the shoe was on the other foot perspective. This isn’t the first time Mueller has broken people down like this. Mueller seems to just want felony convictions and will go to any length to use the law as a weapon.

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  25. Troublemaker10 says:

    I suspect Papadopolous will eventually be pardoned.

    He should still sue the government for civil rights abuses.

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  26. Litlbit2 says:

    Well aren’t we just one happy family! Might contact Roberts, appears President Trump’s comments are more than just comments. As always if President Trump states it, take it to the bank.

    https://thehill.com/policy/national-security/282454-fbi-asks-to-make-new-secret-filing-in-clinton-email-case

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    • WSB says:

      This is the same judge in the Papadoupolis ruling…

      “The Justice Department did not ask for court approval before filing its first secret declaration earlier this year, prompting outrage from Leopold’s attorneys.

      Afterward, Judge Randolph Moss ruled that the department would not also have to provide a redacted version of the filing for the public.”

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    • Truthfilter says:

      This is from June 2016. Is there a point you want to make?

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      • Litlbit2 says:

        Just saying remembering President Trumps “Obama Judge”, That be from 2008-2016. Before Roberts, After Sessions. Are we thinking doing the same thing will get different results?

        Probably not.

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  27. Ristvan says:

    Lurking Lawyer here. This is just NOT a big deal, if Papa was going to contest muellet, should have done so before plaeding. You plead, you lose, period.

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  28. Kid Jupiter says:

    If you’re not guilty,
    Don’t plead guilty.

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    • lydia00 says:

      So you have zillions laying around to fight the unlimited resources of our corrupt government?

      Liked by 7 people

    • OmegaManBlue says:

      It doesn’t always work like that in the real world. Lots of people plead guilty all the time to stuff they didn’t do because of the risks of a trial. Innocent people also are convicted of crimes they never committed. Guilty people are also overcharged in the first place and it is in their interest to take a deal on less charges. Sadly that is how our system works.
      PapaD had lawyers and was probably advised a plea was his best option so that’s what he did.

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  29. Sentence for telling a couple of “lies” to the chronic liars at the FBI. The whole FBI should be in a federal prison for the next one thousand years. Right next to Hillary!

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  30. pattyloo says:

    why Wisconsin?

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  31. Ristvan says:

    Sorry, but no sympathy. If GP had any legsl phutzpah, would have challenged rather than pleading.
    So he gets what he pleaded to. Periode.

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    • He had 2 choices.
      1) Plead guilty to something where he would get 2 weeks. behind bars.
      2) Have Nazi Mueller charge him with a dozen 20 year charges where he would get at least a couple of them to stick with a corrupt democrat judge and democrat jury in WDC or NYC.

      It is easy to stand on principle when doing so does not take great risk of spending the rest of your life in prison.

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  32. History Teaches says:

    Just another pawn on the chessboard in the game between Mueller and Trump.

    Liked by 1 person

  33. Ruckus Tom says:

    He plead guilty. Can’t retry his case now.

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  34. Sunshine says:

    A pragmatic perspective: He lied while under oath. I understand why he lied, but he lied nonetheless.
    He’s not a seasoned liar like the Clintons and most of their entourage.
    He lied because he realized he had been Mueller-trapped and the easiest way out was to lie.
    May he use his time in jail to start writing his book that will be turned into a movie.

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  35. CornPicker says:

    I hope the poor pop guy knows how to act in prison ,they, the prisoners have there own set of rules in there, for example if he finds a candy bar on his bed he shouldn’t eat it ,its an old dirty trick, that i cant talk about here ,he’ll just have to trust me on that and the shower rules ,these rules are some of the most important rules to learn, many a good man has found himself in a bad way with one slip up , and if he walks by an inmates cell ,don’t look in , unless your invited in but i would strongly advise against that , I hope he’s a quick study or he’ll go through some strange doors that will never close again.

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  36. Linus in W.PA. says:

    Just don’t show up.

    Seems to work for all the dems.

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  37. Linus in W.PA. says:

    Disappear and have his attorney issue a statement saying he won’t be a victim of a rogue gov’t.

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  38. Sayit2016 says:

    Interesting there is a hard date for Papa D when they have pushed off Gen Flynn’s sentencing a few times now….

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  39. John55 says:

    I notice that Judge Moss is an “Obama judge”, who also ruled against Betsy DeVos in a separate case.

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  40. FL_GUY says:

    The entire construct of “lying” to a FED official needs to be ended. Why? Because it is not concrete, it is totally subjective. You have two people, each gives a different story. What the FEDs do is select the “truth” whether it is true or not. Then they use it to prosecute people they want to punish or eliminate. That is INSANE. It is a police state tactic. It needs to END!

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  41. tunis says:

    Dershowitz: Mueller report will be devastating to President.

    https://www.yahoo.com/gma/mueller-report-devastating-president-frequent-trump-defender-154403906–abc-news-topstories.html

    I’m not sure if Mueller will ever issue a report until Trump’s term is over. Then he may pile on just before the election. I hope PDJT will get ahead of all this and drop the neutron bomb with release of all documents unredacted. He’ll need it, I believe. IMO, that’s the only thing to galvanize public opinion for prosecution of the Deep State corruptocrats in DOJ, FBI, CIA.

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    • steph_gray says:

      No it won’t.

      I believe Bongino. They have nothing.

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    • Patriot1783 says:

      and Dershowitz defended Claus Von Bulow, was one of the many lawyers who defended OJ Simpson, backed Cruz as President and doxed a well known blogger out of pettiness and spite.

      His opinion means nothing.

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      • Sam Dennis says:

        According to our nation’s founding Constitution, everyone is entitled to legal representation … holding it against a lawyer that he/she defended a particularly unpopular defendant is just totally unAmerican and foolish.

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        • Patriot1783 says:

          Freedom of speech is also listed under the US Constitution. It entitles me to call out certain defense lawyers and their opinions.

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  42. Tiffthis says:

    More purple ties…

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  43. MustangBlues says:

    So much firm opinion here. So many know just what to do, in every situation, give so much advice.

    Poor regular people just don’t get it, and worse, poor President Trump does not know what to do.

    The PanGloss affliction.

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  44. JimmyJack says:

    Pray for Trump fervently.

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  45. Wouldn’t be surprised if they put him in solitary for 14 days to torture him much like they did for Manafort.

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    • Sam Dennis says:

      14 days is no big deal … he should have his attorney put online his full story — before Mueller tells his version in his final report.

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    • Daniel says:

      I would prefer they did put him in solitary, actually. Think about it. The current risk, as so many point out, is that “things happen” in prison. We don’t want anything to happen which would prevent him from talking later.

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  46. Sam Dennis says:

    TRUMP can and should pardon him immediately. He has nothing incriminating Trump in any criminal matter so Mueller can’t use him against Trump.

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  47. paper doll says:

    I’ll be amazed if he ‘s still breathing after 14 hours much less 14 days. I don’t think Whitey lasted a day. This guy has the UK/AU wanting him dead. God help him.

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  48. Tina says:

    Here’s what I don’t understand , how do these other countries know what is in the FISA ? The pushback for released these documents seem overblown , considering we already know most of the foreign actors involved . I’m just going to throw something out here of what I think may be in that FISA that nobody wants revealed , what if somewhere in that FISA it says something about the Obama WH giving the thumbs up to pursue this action against the Trump campaign ? If a judge were to see something like that they would be more inclined to approve it in my eyes . Just some thoughts I’ve had 😎

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