Trump Resigns. Mike Pence, Sworn in by Justice John Roberts, Now 46th President of the United States

Filed in National by on December 13, 2018 not a headline we will ever read.  

In spite of the rapidly deteriorating legal position, Trump will not resign.   His office is the only thing shielding him from indictment and prosecution.  He can no more give it up than he could give up breathing,


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  1. TonyDem says:

    Every time you put these headlines up I get completely excited and then deflated within seconds. 🙁

    • jason330 says:

      Sorry. I’m such a pain in the ass. But you proved my point. I think that there is a lot of excitement building that is wholly unwarranted.

  2. jason330 says:

    With regard to Trump’s campaign finance crimes – for anyone who isn’t keeping track of Trump’s defenses:

    1) It didn’t happen.
    2) It happened, but it isn’t illegal.
    3) It happened, and it is illegal, but Cohen is the real guilty party.
    4) Dems want open borders.

  3. Herb says:

    I guess Pence would be an improvement, but still not a scenario I could get too excited about.

    • jason330 says:

      Yeah. I had thought that Pence would be an upgrade (how couldn’t he be?). But now, I’m not so sure.

      He seems, at least, a little more constrained by norms than Trump, but that could make his more of a threat. His politics are straight up garbage.

      • delacrat says:

        Obomba’s, Bush 1 & 2, Clinton’s, Reagan’s ……politics were all straight up garbage………. which is really what matters. Trump’s just got garbage personal and business lives to match his politics.

        • Old Man Jason330 says:

          SIgh… Why in my day, when someone’s personal and business lives were built on mountains of garbage it was disqualifying for public office.

  4. mouse says:

    President Pelosi

  5. RSE says:

    Trump is not the only politician to be involved in a confidentiality agreement before they ran for office. You just don’t hear about them because most people don’t want to be penalized for breaking a NDA. I heard rumors that Obama and Rev. Wright had one.

    It’s not illegal to find people in your past who may damage your chances for winning an election and sit them down in some law office somewhere to sign a legally binding agreement in exchange for money.

    • Alby says:

      Now you’re a lawyer? You don’t know jack shit about this, you’re just parroting some right-wing idiot you heard somewhere.

      If what you said were true, Michael Cohen wouldn’t be going to jail. Here’s an idea: When you don’t know anything about a subject, STFU.

      • RSE says:

        “If what you said were true, Michael Cohen wouldn’t be going to jail.”

        Cohen is going to jail for tax evasion, his own campaign finance violations, and lying to the FBI.

        There is no limit to the amount of personal funds a candidate can give to themselves. Tell me what campaign violation Trump has supposedly committed.

        The only thing I can see that would implicate Trump in all of this is if there is proof that he instructed Cohen to threaten, or have Stormy Daniels threatened in the way that she earlier has claimed.

        • Alby says:

          “Tell me what campaign violation Trump has supposedly committed.”

          You can find all this out on your own. What you see is of no interest to me or anyone else. You’re adjudicating it with people who don’t sympathize with you and are under no obligation to take your nattering seriously. These matters are being pursued in the courts, which you clearly know only from what you’ve been fed by your “news” sources.

          I’m not interesting in Trump’s legal arguments for why anything he does is legal, which is what you’re giving us here. Short of outright embezzlement, white-collar criminals always claim to have acted without criminal intent. It’s no defense for anyone else, either.

          What is on the public record shows enough criminality that, were he just another defendant, he’d be looking at spending the rest of his life behind bars. I thought that before he ever ran for president, and it hasn’t gotten less true given his behavior since.

          You know what you remind me of here? One of those people who actually believed O.J. Simpson’s story.

  6. RE Vanella says:

    …he heard Obama and Rev Wright had one… hahahahahahahahaha

    “When you see Donald Trump out there doesn’t a little part of you think that America deserves to be taken over by jihadists? Keeping it 100.”

    –Nation of Islam Obama (Michael Brooks)

    • Alby says:

      No, it doesn’t. One thing I really dislike about our current age is that I’m supposed to stand up for Muslims, when in reality I think they’re just as deluded as Christians. I’m sick and fucking tired of having to “respect” any given set of superstitious beliefs just because it’s called a religion.

      • RE Vanella says:

        I guess the sarcasm didn’t translate. If you hear Brooks do it in the Obama NOI voice it’s pretty funny.

  7. RE Vanella says:

    “Conservatism consists of exactly one proposition… There must be in-groups whom the law protects but does not bind, alongside out-groups whom the law binds but does not protect.” —-Frank Wilhoit

  8. Donviti says:

    he will burn the entire house down before he quits. There isn’t a chance he steps down. We have so much lower to go before we hit bottom.