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Trump Protects Banksters From Lawsuits

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"President Donald J. Trump applauds the Congress for passing," the resolution, the White House said in a statement shortly after the vote that highlighted its own Treasury Department report criticizing the rule. "The rule would harm our community banks and credit unions by opening the door to frivolous lawsuits by special interest trial lawyers."




 

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The local Trump worshippers should be chiming in any minute, apologizing for their savior.
 

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Those actions just might be the only things keeping him alive, keep in mind...
 

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Why would a billionaire take a job where he takes orders from banksters who would kill him if he doesn't obey? He didn't. He was a front man for them all along.
 

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Laws don't seem to matter much anyway to they? They ignore the constitution along with immigration, and many other laws, they ignored the secured creditor laws during the GM bankruptcy and threated those who wanted to go against it. Its all about the rich , always has been, joe 6pk never had a snoballs chance in hell
 

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Congress cannot by any definition it may adopt conclude the matter, since it cannot by legislation alter the Constitution, from which alone it derives its power to legislate, and within whose limitations alone that power can be lawfully exercised.

[Mark Eisner v. Myrtle H. Macomber, 252 U.S. 189]


lol....it only prevents the slaves on the plantation from sueing them
 

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I'll just give my honest opinion...the greedy class-action, ambulance-chasing attorneys are a MUCH MUCH bigger problem.
 

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I'll just give my honest opinion...the greedy class-action, ambulance-chasing attorneys are a MUCH MUCH bigger problem.
Than bankers? Do the math. How much do Americans pay banksters in interest? How much do Americans pay Lawyers in class action lawsuits?
Sure, a lot of Lawyers need prison, but banksters are a much bigger problem.
 

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Banksters run the show, JFK didn't learn fast enough...
Evidently Trump is just now learning as he's blocked the release of the JFK files. All this bullshit he's been spewing and then he lets us all down. That action coupled with this one speaks volumes for me about Trump
 

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Evidently Trump is just now learning as he's blocked the release of the JFK files.
No. What is evident is that he has been one of them all along. His act is wearing thin, even for the most devoted of Trumpstein worshippers.
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It's obvious Trump isnt the answer. There will probably not be a wall, no draining of the swamp, muzloids will come into the US as they always have, bankers will hold the reins, the middle class will continue to pay the highest tax rates with nothing to show for it, and .GOV will continue to meddle in our everyday lives.... But one thing changed with Trumps election. Some Americans heard some shit they believed in, and voted for it. It was all horse shit.... but they voted for it. A small part of me still has hope. Not in Trump (even though he is stirring up a ton of shit in DC), but in the people who are getting fed up and want this nation to survive and change it's course back to the headings of years past....
 

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With Bush 1 still kicking around, it really would have surprised me to have "full disclosure" on JFK>

Why? Well, "George Bush" is mentioned in J.Edgar Hoover's "correspondence" as a CIA "operative" in 1963. Photos of (what appears to be) George Bush on Dealy Plaza the day of the assassination have been floating around for years. George Bush continued on to be Director of the CIA. Then Vice-President under Reagan, and almost replaced Reagan instantly when a "Bush Family Friend" shot Reagan but didn't kill him. He became President anyways later on.

Follow the threads... and you find George Bush involved in the Pedophilia Networks (Boy's Town) in DC, you find him involved in the cocaine flown into Mena Arkansas in collusion with then Governor of Arkansas Bill Clinton...

From thread to thread, quite a vast spiderweb... And many still alive today, not counting their "progeny", most in "high places"... and the "institutions" that "participated" or "facilitated", which still exist today... Department of Justice, FBI, CIA, banking institutions etc... and CONGRESS...

So, we ended up with a "disclosure" of 30 pages. Wowee!
 

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No. What is evident is that he has been one of them all along. His act is wearing thin, even for the most devoted of Trumpstein worshippers. View attachment 94945
I must say, there needs to be some definitive action taken by this man and/or the DOJ soon otherwise his supporters are going to be ex supporters
 

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Trump does need some "decisive pain" delivered to one or more groups of his enemies quite soon to bolster his credibility/support.

Laws come and go. Laws are easily and quickly diluted...especially in courtrooms. Trump signing a bankster law may simply be a long term application of "keep your friends close and your enemies closer", something JFK failed to do. The government changed, having been overtaken by the CIA (corporate & bankster tools) and JFK was blind to that change and consequently did not know who his true enemies were.

Trump may be more aware and is playing accordingly.

OTOH, Trump may indeed be "their errand boy" or merely their dupe. Whatever he is he still holds the office and appears to be acting, in ways we don't expect and in ways we've never seen because everyone we have seen have ALL screwed the American public quite royally. We really have no one in any of our lifetimes to really compare Trump's actions against. Without this access to to comparison and thus provide some measure of foresight we are basically wearing blindfolds on a rollercoaster ride. All we have are guesses and speculation. It's not yet time to drag out the tar, feathers, pitchforks and hemp rope but it seems to be a smart idea to keep 'em handy...just in case.

The only thing that IS certain is that America and the US government cannot and will not continue as it has. There is price to be exacted for all that has been done to America and in the name of America and that price is quite high. Perhaps Trump, if really on our side, canget a discount on that price for us. If not, well, we'll cross that bridge when we get to it.
 

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I must say, there needs to be some definitive action taken by this man and/or the DOJ soon otherwise his supporters are going to be ex supporters
For a politician, having supporters is important only before elections. Even then, only if the election system honestly works, which it doesn't. Anyone who expected that Trump getting elected would end business as usual in Washington D.C. needs to tune up their powers of discernment. Nothing of any significance has changed, not even Obamacare.
 

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Trump protects the JFK secrets, that is all you need to know about his honesty and integrity.