Donald Trump’s obvious contempt for the Judge, court and entire legal system is on open display in his New York civil fraud case. And if you are not sure or fail to see it you will see him coming out at intervals and telling the waiting journalists that the prosecution should never have been brought… Continue reading Trump’s obvious contempt for the legal system should cause genuine fear
Sidney Powell, a lawyer who was extremely close to Trump and Rudy Giuliani, has pleaded guilty in her criminal case and done a deal. Part of the deal is a commitment to give evidence against Trump in the trial involving charges of a conspiracy to overthrow democracy in January 2020 in the United States. This… Continue reading Sidney Powell, a lawyer close to Trump, pleads guilty and flips
I have made videos about Seán Quinn, Donald Trump and Enoch Burke over the last 12 months or so, often more than one video-for example, if there was some development involving one or more of these individuals. I have strong views on all three individuals, but I will not bore you with those views now.… Continue reading Blind, unwavering, uncritical support-is there no limit?
I published a video this week about the valuable criminal law lesson you can learn from Donald Trump. I shared it on Facebook, as I do with all my videos, and received a good deal of comment about it. That is not unusual. But I received a comment this morning as follows: How do you… Continue reading How do you respond to a comment like this?
I find it hard to believe the level of support that Donald Trump still commands given everything we now know about Trump and what type of individual he is. Back in 2016 a person would have the excuse of forming an opinion based only on Trump’s involvement in the “reality” television series, “The Apprentice”. That… Continue reading And still they support Trump
Trump, faced with four indictments and ninety-one counts of criminal charges, gave an interview last week on a programme called “Meet the Press”. Given the magnitude of Trump’s narcissism and the size of his ego he could not help himself in the interview. When asked was the insurrection on January 6th his idea or that… Continue reading What you can learn from Donald Trump about criminal law
Former President Donald Trump has been federally indicted for the third time, it was announced this morning on the radio. This latest indictment, like the previous two, is not trivial or inconsequential. They are serious crimes, if proven, carrying hefty prison sentences. The only way Trump will avoid conviction and jail is to win the… Continue reading The only way Trump is avoiding a conviction (and jail)
Donald Trump, faced with a litany of allegations of criminal behaviour contained in a 44 page indictment in the Florida legal system, continues to give interviews on television in which he admits to the crimes. His most recent outing was in the interview referenced in this Lincoln Project video. The very thing of which he… Continue reading Trump continues to confess his crimes
I came across a video on YouTube last week called “Donald Trump just admitted what the GOP’s anti-trans agenda is all about”. The video shows how Trump, and other politicians, discovered that there are certain hot button topics which will incite and energise voters more than more noble, worthy causes. And if you are cynical… Continue reading The stunning cynicism of Donald Trump and the so-called culture wars
“Trump indicted”. It is with a great deal of pleasure I type those words. I have been watching Trump and the question of his being brought to justice for alleged crimes since he lost the Presidential election to Joe Biden. There was a fear for quite some time that for political reasons he would not… Continue reading Trump indicted on 7 criminal charges