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Mark Levin Makes Clear How Much Legal Jeopardy Trump Is In Over Russia Tower

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Businessman Donald Trump was thinking about the idea of a Trump Tower in Russia in 2015, 2016-ish.

Naturally, some paired this deal (that was never made) to Trump working with the Russians to defeat Hillary Clinton.

Conservative rock star Mark Levin, lawyer and radio host, explains the legal consequences President Trump could be facing.

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Hint: sorry liberals.

Listen:

People keep saying, ‘What are the legal implications for Trump?’ There are none. Zero. There’s no legal implication; there’s no legal jeopardy, period. Moreover, in all this so-called reporting and analysis by these phony experts, where did President Trump collude, coordinate, or conspire with the Russians during the election, to fix the result of the election? Where is this evidence? And since there’s not a scintilla of evidence, this should underscore the point that this entire investigation is bogus.

Shouldn’t [the media] be cheering over the fact that so far, all the leaks show that Trump did nothing? Shouldn’t they be celebrating that, that in our republic, the president that we chose is guilty of nothing? That he didn’t collaborate, he didn’t coordinate, he didn’t conspire with the Russians? But they’re not. They keep bringing in these phony experts, who are utterly predictable. ‘You know, uh, if I were Don Jr., I’d be worried about now’ — the country should be worried about now, about what’s taking place. The country should be worried.”

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How many more damn times do I have to explain that it is the position of the United States Department of Justice that you cannot indict a sitting president? He’s not in any kind of legal jeopardy.

Someone must’ve messed up pretty badly. How else can it be explained that red laser dots surround President Trump’s face and chest?

It looks pretty scary, really.

WATCH:

There are plenty of politicians to play around with and they’ll eventually bend.

President Trump is not one of those people.

When he says something he means it – and that’s the end of the story.

Check out Trump’s strong words for Mexico, in light of the migrant caravan making its way up to America’s southern border…

We will close the Border permanently if need be

Pretty strong message.

In order to win elections, Democrats often rely on voter fraud and illegal immigrants to push them over the top.

“Free stuff” still speaks loud and clear to a lot of people.

It will be hard for fact checkers to dispute that claim – even though they will try.

However, all you need to do is look at Broward County, Florida for an accurate picture.

And Texas, where non-citizens were urged to vote.

And California, where the homeless were paid to forge signatures and provide other false information (more on that below).

Now, President Trump is threatening to close the entire southern border.

“If we find that it gets to a level where we’re going to lose control or people are going to start getting hurt, we will close entry into the country for a period of time until we can get it under control.”

Trump added that he meant the “whole border,” though he appeared to be referring only to the southern border.

On California:

From Newsmax:

Los Angeles County prosecutors have charged nine people with felonies alleging they offered money and cigarettes to homeless people on LA’s Skid Row in exchange for false and forged signatures on ballot petitions and voter registration forms.

The report claims there were hundreds of solicitations for forged signatures.

Let this be a lesson to all the uninformed:

Democrats want to win elections so badly that they’re willing to cheat – and still lose!

This isn’t the first time.

It is just one of many and there will be numerous more instances to come.

The Florida Democrat Party is now under investigation for fraud.

From WCTV:

Democrats conceded in the races for U.S. Senate and governor, but not before Florida asked federal authorities to investigate possible election fraud conducted by the party.

The U.S. Department of Justice declined, but the Florida Department of Law Enforcement and the Office of Statewide Prosecution say they have an opened a criminal investigation into the allegations.

Democratic strategist Steve Schale says, “Some 23-year-old staffer probably got two dates mixed up. They put the date down for the provisional ballot cure, not the absentee ballot cure, and actually by doing it, all they did was make it harder for their own voters to vote.

Sorry, Schale.

But due to noted Democrat malfesance – especially in Florida. Hi, Brenda Snipes! – the words just aren’t believable coming from a Democrat.

Voter fraud is certainly a problem in America, whether Democrats care to admit it or not.

The reason liberals won’t say anything about it is because Dems are behind the fraud 11 times out of 10.

Rigging elections works to their benefit the majority of the time – the DNC helping Hillary in 2016 notwithstanding.

Florida Sen. Marco Rubio has some pretty big news to share.

What are the odds the mainstream media reports?

Florida Republican Congressman Matt Gaetz has been on top of the Broward County election fiasco from the jump.

He now says the GOP was given a court order to inspect their elections headquarters but were denied.

However, Democrats were given access.

Matt Gaetz: When I showed up with a court order giving the Rick Scott team the ability to inspect what the world they were doing they didn’t let us behind the gates. They allowed Democrats back and forth but they excluded Republicans with court orders from being able to conduct legal oversight to make sure there were no shenanigans.

A judge says the county violated the constitution of the Sunshine State.

H/T: Conservative Review

 

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