Chip Bok for February 21, 2024

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    Hello Everyone  3 months ago

    So much more repugnant equating what happened to Trump for what he did to Navalny for what he did.

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    Radish the wordsmith  3 months ago

    If crazy Trump wasn’t such a tax cheat criminal he would not owe so much money.

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    Joe1962 Premium Member 3 months ago

    The banks said other wise at trail. James had one goal that was to make Trump pay, for something he did not do, NY will see a mass exodus thanks to this.

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    braindead Premium Member 3 months ago

    Bagdad Bok believes the judge will get that money?

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    GiantShetlandPony  3 months ago

    If Bok really believed the Biden Administration was like Putin he wouldn’t post a comic like this, now would he?

    It’s the Orange Traitor who’s screaming about revenge on those that would hold him accountable for his crimes, should he be allowed to become President again.

    Can’t be allowed to happen, vote Democratic up and down the ticket! and for decades to come.

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    VegaAlopex  3 months ago

    Defendant gets what he deserves, unfortunately not as much as he deserves.

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    DC Swamp  3 months ago

    New York has turned into a leftist hell hole, only people moving there are illegals. Unfortunately I have to travel there for a wedding this summer.

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    Nebulous Premium Member 3 months ago

    HA! The New York Banks haven’t been willing to lend tRump anything for years. And definitely not after 6 or 7 bankruptcies.

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    PoochFan  3 months ago

    Almost all comments here are either by deranged leftists or AI bots or govt deep state employees. For every one of them in this country, there are probably five to ten who see what’s really going on. No thinking person can really believe that our current prez puppet has done anything but destroy our country. But that’s really what liberals want.

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    s49nav  3 months ago

    “NY will see a mass exodus thanks to this”

    Yes, and even the State-run Media has no choice but to report that Remington, America’s oldest gun manufacturer, just announced that it will move from New York to Georgia, where people actually want to work for a living. After 200 years there, the residents of Ilion, New York are crying. The rest of us are laughing at the New York liberals who close their eyes, hold their ears, and vote for Democrats.

    Will the last company to leave New York please turn the lights out?

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    gopher gofer  3 months ago

    we are very pleased with the work being done and are confident we will be able to increase production in Ilion as needed the company lied in 2021, after telling the governor it wouldn’t move. similar to the way that you lied in your description of the move…

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    T-Par Premium Member 3 months ago

    Trump is not the victim.. we are his victims

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    rs0204 Premium Member 3 months ago

    Because the right-wing now worships at the altar of authoritarianism and dictatorships, they can’t have fair courts holding one of their own to account and dispensing justice. That is why they attack the US Justice System. Their goal is the system in Russia, where political prisoners are murdered, and the population is beaten to keep down dissent.

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    Valiant1943 Premium Member 3 months ago

    No, but don’t forget we do have a thing called the supermax.

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    Ontman  3 months ago

    Bok needs help. He has gone off the rails crazy.

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    suzalee  3 months ago

    When you break the law, you have to pay. We have a government of laws. Why should a wealthy person have more privilege than the rest of us?

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    Stephen Runnels Premium Member 3 months ago

    I doubt Bok realizes he would already be in jail for this toon if our country was in the hands of the Trump/Putin style government he supports.

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    Victory  3 months ago

    “We have substantially in excess of $400 million in cash.”

    “We have a lot of cash”.

    That was said by citizen trump, the double-impeached, porn star paying, shoe seller, speaking under oath.

    Was he lying again?

    I know.

    trump. Lying.

    That’s like asking if trump was inhaling and exhaling again.

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    davidthoms1  3 months ago

    If Trump is as rich as he says he is, this is chump change.

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    FredBurr  3 months ago

    America has lost its concept of fairness and equal treatment. Not just the biased lawfare against Trump, but even local school boards (in some states) and collegiate coaches, allowing biological men to pretend to be women so they can compete against biological women. And Judge Engeron is a perfect example of judicial corruption. America is in trouble—deep trouble.

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    Ivan the Terrible   3 months ago

    Engoron is an egomaniac and exhibitionist. Fact check it!

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    ChristopherBurns  3 months ago

    Mr. Trump spent the trial attacking and insulting the Judge and Prosecutor, singling out court assistants, attacking the press, witnesses and generally acting like an a$$. But the Judge is the unhinged one?

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    piper_gilbert  3 months ago

    America won’t have gulags until Trump gets some blueprints from his pillow partner Putin.

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    Jimathai Premium Member 3 months ago

    my, how far the “party of law and order” has fallen.

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    BB71  3 months ago

    Every business in NY is in fear. They can go after anybody they don`t like.

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    charliekane  3 months ago

    It’s that “creativity” that got your guy into this.

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    librarylady59  3 months ago

    Oh, and another maga drinks the kool aide.

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    Alberta Oil Premium Member 3 months ago

    Creative.. perhaps, but the Gulag would keep him from inspiring his troops and keep him off the Fox News channel.

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    ncorgbl  3 months ago

    The judge said no such thing. Why the need to lie?

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    Diane Lee Premium Member 3 months ago

    The states that receive the most federal funding compared to what they pay in are all red, although New Mexico is trending purple.

    New Mexico: Known for its large federal presence, New Mexico receives substantial funding for military bases, research facilities, and social programs.+Mississippi: Mississippi has a high poverty rate and relies heavily on federal assistance for education, healthcare, and infrastructure.West Virginia: Federal funds play a crucial role in supporting West Virginia’s economy, especially in areas like healthcare and education.Louisiana: Louisiana receives federal aid for disaster recovery, infrastructure, and social services.Kentucky: Federal funding supports various programs in Kentucky, including healthcare, education, and transportation.

    Some states in the United States contribute more to federal coffers than they receive in returnCalifornia: As the most populous state and a major economic powerhouse,

    California pays a significant amount in federal taxes. Its diverse industries, including technology, entertainment, and agriculture, contribute to its strong financial position.

    New York: New York is home to Wall Street, a hub for finance and commerce. The state’s high-income residents contribute substantially to federal revenue. However, New York also benefits from federal programs and infrastructure investments.Massachusetts: Known for its universities, healthcare institutions, and technology companies, Massachusetts has a thriving economy. It pays more in federal taxes due to its educated workforce and robust industries.Connecticut: With a high concentration of wealthy residents, Connecticut contributes significantly to federal revenue. Its financial services sector and manufacturing industries play a crucial role.Illinois: Illinois has a diverse economy, including finance, manufacturing, and agriculture. Its large population and strong business presence result in substantial federal tax payments.

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    We has seen the enemy  3 months ago

    The Saudi’s will pay the fine for Trump. They already gave his son-in-law $2 billion to create an investment startup. Half a billion is nothing to them.

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    DenO Premium Member 3 months ago

    I have been in real estate for over 40 years. The ruling makes no sense, but there will be repercussions. NY should be glad this judge is now retiring.

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    Donaldo Premium Member 3 months ago

    Dems don’t care that our justice system is going to hell, lose all credibility, and frivolous verdicts are tossed around by a judge who is crazier than a bag of frogs, as long as their arch enemy, the bad orange man of their delusional nightmares, gets punished.

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    lsnrchrd.1 Premium Member 3 months ago

    Bok oughta be sent to a comics gulag for the cr*p he publishes.

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    Radish the wordsmith  3 months ago

    “There simply cannot be different rules for different people,” James said in a statement celebrating the ruling Friday afternoon.

    “Everyday Americans cannot lie to a bank to get a mortgage to buy a home, and if they did, our government would throw the book at them,” James said.

    James had asked Engoron to ban Trump for life from New York’s real estate industry, and for $370 million in disgorgement.

    Instead, Engoron fined Trump $354,868,768 in disgorgement. He also ordered Trump to pay a total of $98.6 million in prejudgment interest, which will accrue at an annual rate of 9%.

    The grand total, including disgorgement and interest, for all defendants in the case: just under $464 million.

    Of that sum, Eric Trump and Donald Trump Jr., who took over the Trump Organization after their father became president in 2017, have been ordered to pay more than $4 million each.

    Eric and Donald Jr. also face two-year bans from serving as officers or directors of any New York corporation or legal entity.

    Tax cheat Trump committed these crimes to avoid paying taxes.

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    Radish the wordsmith  3 months ago

    Bok and the Putin loving republicans despise law and order going after lawless criminal Trump.

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    cbellmerit  3 months ago

    The judicial system has many methods of collecting money. Look at what the family courts do to people that owe child support. The same collection rules apply.

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    Al Fresco  3 months ago

    Justice Engoron wil be overturned on appeal/. Ever heard of the 8th Amendment: “Excessive bail shall not be required, nor excessive fines imposed, nor cruel and unusual punishments inflicted.” If you hate Trump then everything he has is not enough. But a fair and reasonable person would likely conclude that $355 million is a bit the nature of the offenses which for anyone but Trump would be a misdemeanor and not a felony.

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    Havel  3 months ago

    Trump had and continues to have due process. Navalny did not.

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    Radish the wordsmith  3 months ago

    Trump $355M fraud ruling will be final blow to NYC dream that was already dying:

    Judge Arthur Engoron’s $355 million judgment against Donald Trump came at a time when the former President’s imprint was already vastly diminished in the state of New York, and it could be the final nail in his coffin in the state, according to Slate columnist Ben Kesslen.

    NYC will be better off without the mafia Don’s crime family stealing everything they can.

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    ragsarooni Premium Member 3 months ago

    I wish we DID have a gulag to send him to…..

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    I Play One On TV  3 months ago

    Trump broke many laws, was found guilty, and was told to pay a fine.

    Navalny broke one law, which is that no one is to challenge the Great Putin, and in Russia, that’s a capital crime. Mr. Bok, that means he was killed in prison.

    And you want us to believe they are equivalent?

    This comparison is almost, but not entirely, totally unlike reality.

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    Radish the wordsmith  3 months ago

    Part of Engoron’s ruling against Trump could doom ex-president in criminal hush money case

    Donald Trump was recently ordered to pay hundreds of millions of dollars for fraud in New York, but the consequences don’t end there. That ruling will likely come back to haunt the former president as he gears up for his first criminal trial in March, according to one legal expert.

    “Rather—like so many of the white-collar cases that the office is known for (and many of the far more complex than this one)—the spine of the case is in the paper trial of the money, i.e., Bragg will be bringing the receipts to trial and its those ‘receipts’ that Cohen will be corroborating through his testimony,” Wu writes referring to the former president’s prior attorney and “fixer,” Michael Cohen.

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    Teto85 Premium Member 3 months ago

    The trumpfluffers are out in force today with their shiny new kneepads.

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