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CNN’s Endless Indictment Orgasm

Posted on | August 15, 2023 | Comments Off on CNN’s Endless Indictment Orgasm

Because my office TV was tuned to CNN today, I got to hear more-or-less endless “reporting” about the Fulton County indictment of Trump. This is all banana republic stuff, a circus performance to excite Democrats and distract the public from Biden’s scandals and general incompetence.

But oh! How the CNN anchors stroked themselves into paroxysms of orgasmic bliss today! They’ve invented a new genre — indictment porn, with Fani Willis as the new superstar performer. Sure, they got some thrills out of the New York indictment, and then the two indictments from Jack Smith, but this indictment — with a BLACK WOMAN prosecuting the hated Trump — finally pushed them over the edge.

CNN analyst Stephen Collinson:

The most astonishing aspect of former President Donald Trump’s fourth criminal indictment is not the scale of an alleged multi-layered conspiracy to steal Georgia’s electoral votes in 2020 from their rightful winner.
It is that Trump – the accused kingpin of the scheme to overturn Joe Biden’s victory, who was charged on Monday along with 18 others — could in 17 months be raising his right hand as the 47th president and swearing to preserve, protect and defend the Constitution he was accused of plotting to shred.
The grave political crisis created by Trump’s aberrant presidency and subsequent efforts to hold him to account deepened significantly just before midnight [Monday] with the unsealing of yet another indictment against him — this one from a grand jury in the critical swing state of Georgia. The charges in this state case — which bring to 91 the total number of criminal charges he’s facing across four separate cases — intensified an already epochal collision between Trump’s now extreme legal quagmire and the 2024 election in which he is the front-runner for the Republican nomination.
The 98-page indictment includes 41 counts that chart in stunning detail an alleged conspiracy to pressure local officials, make false statements about electoral fraud to state legislatures, harrass election workers, and solicit Justice Department officials and then-Vice President Mike Pence. It also alleges an attempt to unlawfully breach election equipment in Georgia and elsewhere and includes a list of actions by Trump and associates it says were all attempts to advance the conspiracy.

Love those adjectives. Now go take a shower, you sick freak.



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