to whom does Trump owe money and did he use PPP funds to cover the vigorish

Trump has likely laundered vast sums, certainly has cheated on taxes and committed bank fraud, and is in hock to many entities who might take their repayments in the form of national security intelligence products or preferential arms sales. Fodder for the next debate and when the counterintelligence investigation post-Mueller resumes in 2021. x “Who…

Lindsey Graham keeps begging for money on Fox News, and it is hilarious

Schaden-Friday rolls along with an update on the Lindsey Graham campaign’s financial woes: x Here's every time Lindsey Graham begged for money over the last few days and holy shit is he pathetic. pic.twitter.com/CzOTavhVkQ — Brian Tyler Cohen (@briantylercohen) September 25, 2020 Got that? It appears Democrats are killing him financially. So, so sad. Gee, why…

IMPOTUS* endnote: “Mitch better have my money” as the pandemic distances us all

The land of flaming nitwits. More federal government shakedowns, courtesy of the GOP, complete with payoffs to try to get re-elected. x This may be the single greatest protest chant of all time…Please someone get some audio and play it as part of an on air segment 😂💀🙈 pic.twitter.com/XFr0mmOl0X— Jason Johnson (@DrJasonJohnson) July 24, 2020…

Claudia Conway gets cancelled by her parents (was her college money held hostage?)

Trump and the GOP's cancel mania still proliferate, because fear, hate, and money rule the roost until November. All that right-wing cruelty comes out, with GOP governors willing to sacrifice their populations for cult-leader Trump. Those not trying to preserve the Republican party are otherwise drunk on Trumpist nonsense. Then there are those parents who punish…

Today, Unca Donald may get the Money Bin opened-up without the Beagle Boys.

Cartoon characters without pants might have to drop drawers as SCOTUS finally rules on Trump’s financial records today. There will be an over/under and perhaps even a split difference, but regardless there will be strong, powerful, or even strongly or powerfully Trump distractions. Bigly matters will at least be referenced since niece Mary Trump reminds…

Tea Party Republican admits we can “print money” to aid in recovery

Former Ohio Republican Congressman Jim Renacci, the author of the book The GOP’s Lost Decade, discussed economics, healthcare, and COVID-19. He agrees that we can print money to aid in recovery. Republican Congressman makes a welcome admission Watch the full episode here. One should not go into any discussion hoping that you can change instilled beliefs in a…

fools and their money: Trump leads Biden 50/44 in the betting markets

RCP has Trump over Biden 49.9 / 42.0. Even if you don’t wager, at present 538 thinks Trump remains dependent on an Electoral College win. It’s still about GOTV, despite all the impending constraints like vote-by-mail. Cautionary tails are being chased. This data highlights a few things. First, at least at the moment, Florida, Michigan,…

“I just present the talent” ringmaster Trump spends DoD money on public spectacles

Rather than doubling COVID-19 testing, spectacles worthy of Space Force. Because Stalin had no monopoly on cultural marxism in championing national unity. The Pentagon is planning a multicity tour of the U.S. military’s top flight demonstration teams to “champion national unity” amid the coronavirus pandemic, according to senior U.S. officials and a memo obtained by The…

your money or your self-fulfilling prophecy: Alabama has a death panel plan

There remains an absence of a US national policy as the COVID-19 death rates mirror Spain and Italy. and the rate of infection is as fast in Louisiana as New York. x Alabama's 'Last Resort' plan: “…any of a wide range of underlying health conditions – such as metastasized cancer, AIDS, “severe mental retardation,” advanced…

Coronovirus and 4 from my county in quarantine at sea. Trump won't fund money.

thehill.com/… This is the headline from The Hill. Lawmakers frustrated with lack of emergency funds for coronavirus The Trump administration does not plan to request emergency funding from Congress to respond to the coronavirus, a frustration for lawmakers and experts who argue it is better to be overprepared than underprepared for a potential pandemic. While…