Why not Indict "Don Obama" With The RICO Act?

Posted by $ allosaur 3 months ago to Government
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The RICO Act made Mafia crime bosses as guilty for ordered crimes committed by their paid goons.
Why not use that method to work indictments for various criminal acts all the way to the top to the former president me dino used to refer to the Liar-In-Chief?
SOURCE URL: https://townhall.com/columnists/wayneallynroot/2020/08/02/does-anyone-have-the-courage-to-indict-obama-n2573537?newsletterad=08/02/2020&bcid=d68f76e96977d7d4ffa0c4060b460006&recip=21068261

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  • Posted by freedomforall 3 months ago
    I couldn't agree more.
    Then turn the traitorous bastard and execute the Clintons and all the "just following orders" minions for treason.
    (Didn't you mean RICO? )
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    • Posted by $ 3 months ago
      Thanks (blush) for drawing that to my attention.
      I must have been thinking of someone like Justice Roberts or Mittens when I put "RINO" in the title.
      Fortunately, I could fix that after clicking on "Edit."
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  • Posted by evlwhtguy 2 months, 4 weeks ago
    You will never see that POS in an orange jump suit.........nor very many other Democrats. Orange jump suits and nighttime door kicking in by the FBI with a CNN news crew, is for Republicans only.
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    • Posted by $ 2 months, 4 weeks ago
      Ever seeing that POS in an orange jump suit is not really a realistic expectation of mine. Call it a forlorn hope.
      During the first and the more extended Napoleonic War, the "Forlorn Hope" was what Brit soldiers called volunteering to be among the first crew to attack the breach (often the only entrance with shot-away by cannonballs gates)
      of a fort or castle.
      The forlorn hope was for the high honors, monetary awards and promotions for the very few who lived through spearheading the attack.
      Back in those days soldiers were not honored for getting killed. They became a name added to what was called "the Butcher's Bill."
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  • Posted by DrZarkov99 2 months, 4 weeks ago
    Given how high racial tensions have been driven in this country, our first black president is pretty much free to do whatever he wants, without fear of indictment. Regardless of how guilty he really is, it would be too easy for the media to spin any legal action as a setup, and the result would not have a positive outcome.

    There is the possibility that Obama may decide he's untouchable, and do something that is patently and obviously illegal. In that circumstance any rational person would have to admit he should face the consequences, but the supply of rational people seems deficient of late.
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  • Posted by $ Thoritsu 2 months, 4 weeks ago
    I like any approach holding the Government accountable for the consequences of its decisions and actions.

    Every law/rule/action is an experiment (social experiment). It is an attempt to prove a hypothesis. Since there are not generally good "controls", it remains even more important that the desired outcome is 1) measurable and 2) evaluated against the hypothesis it was voted in for. People who voted for/supported/unilaterally instituted it should be held accountable for the evaluated outcome. If it didn't support the hypothesis, it should be reversed automatically. War against Poverty is a perfect example. It would never have survived based on the outcome hypothesized when voted in.
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  • Posted by $ Stormi 2 months, 4 weeks ago
    Obama made no secret of his seditious intent. He was shown, on camera, as he left the Oval Office to Trump, telling supporters on the stree, not to worry, he would be back, "I have my shadow government." If that is not a statement of intent, what is? Then for three years he and Jarrett met in the WWF offices, where they would not be bugged, to plan their moves.
    Gotti was right when he said America would miss the Mafia, as they loved the USA, band the oligarchy would leave us longing for the Mafia.
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  • Posted by Jkj7 2 months, 4 weeks ago
    I am re-reading AS as I have done for many years since first being introduced to Ayn Rand in high school...(class of 72...;)
    I find it frightening at the similarities and her prescience. I am only hoping that the fate of the looters, moochers, and the anti-thinkers suffer fates befitting the behaviors.
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  • Posted by ColHogan 2 months, 4 weeks ago
    Barry the Red is a democrat. According to out two tier justice system, Barry is Tier 1. Those who are Tier 1 can do anything they want without fear of arrest or punishment. Tier 1 includes leftist politicians, entertainers and sports figures.

    The rest of us are Tier 2. We're the ones in prison if we're caught spitting on the sidewalk or wearing a mask wrong--or not wearing one,
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  • Posted by Rlee 2 months, 4 weeks ago
    Hmmmm .... if you start in the past you have a high hill to climb. Why not start in the present ?
    A more realistic course is with the high crimes and misdemeanors being committed by the current Twit. But then you have a senate full of Capos and lessor bosses to charge and the list climbs into the hundreds due public hanging for treasons.
    Cutting the head off the current snake wouldn't have much effect.
    Good entertaining article though. Funny read in a Monday morning. But I have to go to work now.
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