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Greg Locke - Lunatic Preacher

02:08 May 18 2022
Times Read: 18

His so -called church is located at
2060 Old Lebanon Dirt Rd, Mt. Juliet, TN 37122

I would say completely unhinged.... I'm sure the F.B.I has a copy of that rant by now... as well as they should..... hell ,hopefully they have infiltrated... come on he prays over the Proud Bois.... this fucker is not a man of God... he is a treasonous piece of shit.....

think about this.... Jesus was a socialist...... healed the sick.... threw the money lenders from the temple..... turned the other cheek..... this fucker Locke is a charlatan.....




Texas Paul On Replacement Theory

11:12 May 17 2022
Times Read: 27

and by the way..... immigrants are not legally allowed to work until they have legal status..... meaning a green card, a work visa... allowing them to get a social security card and State ID in some form...... Remember, the I-9 you fill out... they have to as well

but so many companies will hire them w/o proper documentation.... which is supposed to be illegal....... subjecting the companies to sanctions and fines..... and there is the rub..... enforcement has been lax... I remember a massive slaughterhouse in Mississippi a few years back was raided...the major were working illegally.... what happened to the company.... I do not believe a damn thing happened.... the workers, were detained and sent back to South of the border......

Again lax.... and as Paul points out the Republicans in Congress has made coming to this country so difficult... unless your skin is white




I Will Give You Replacement Theory

00:35 May 17 2022
Times Read: 38

Replace the following; Paul Gosar, Josh Hawley, Ted Cruz, Gym Jordan, Louie Gohmert, Lauren Bobert, Space Laser Barbie, Ron Desantis, Tate Reeves, Madison Cawthorn, Ron Johnson, Matt Gaetz, Marco Rubio, Lindsey Graham, Mitch McConnell, Jessee Waters, Sean Hannity, Laura Ingrahm, Tuckerofsky Carlson, Fake Judge Jeannine Pierro, Clarence Thomas, Sam Alito, Bret "I didn't rape her" Kavanaugh, Gorsuch, Amy Cony Barrett, John Roberts, and all the GOPQ crazies in various state legislatures who espouse the replacement theory

There you go..... and this country immediately becomes a better place........ well that is my theory




Right Wing Thugs Threaten Federal Judges

23:59 May 15 2022
Times Read: 55

By David Neiwert — May 15, 2022
The right-wing freakout over peaceful protests outside the homes of Supreme Court justices and chalk on the sidewalk in front of Republican senators’ homes, built around the seeming belief that any kind of protest at all is an act of violence, is actually a piece of classic right-wing projection. Conservatives assume that all protests feature intimidation and menace, bellicose threats, and acts of violence, because they themselves know no other way of protesting, as we’ve seen over the past five years and longer—especially on Jan. 6.

So it’s not surprising that the right-wing response to protests over the imminent demise of the Roe v. Wade ruling so far is riddled with white nationalist thugs turning up in the streets, and threats directed at Democratic judges. Ben Makuch at Vice reported this week on how far-right extremists are filling Telegram channels with calls for the assassination of federal judges, accompanied by doxxing information revealing their home addresses.

One Telegram channel features a roster of targets accompanied by an eye-grabbing graphic with an assault-style gun, complete with their photos, bios, and personal contact and address information, including two federal judges appointed with Democratic backgrounds: a Barack Obama appointee of color, and a Midwestern judge of Jewish ethnicity. Joining them on the roster are people like Apple CEO Tim Cook, Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg, several bankers, and officials who served on a federal vaccine board.

According to Makuch, this particular channel has been repeatedly taken off Telegram, only to promptly reconstitute itself. Now in its fifth iteration, he reports that federal law enforcement is aware of the channel and is investigating the threats.

The anti-abortion right’s entire track record of protest, in fact, is brimming with case after case of violence and the politics of menace. Between 1977 and 2020, there have been 11 murders of health care providers, 26 attempted murders, 956 reported threats of harm and death, 624 stalking incidents, and four kidnappings, accompanied by 42 bombings, 194 arsons, 104 attempted arsons or bombings, and 667 bomb threats.

Meanwhile, right-wing pundits are frantically indulging in groundless claims of imminent left-wing violence: “Pro Abortion Advocates Are Becoming Violent After Supreme Court Leak,” read a Town Hall headline over a piece that documented some minor shoving incidents outside the Supreme Court building among the protesters there.

The Wall Street Journal’s editorial board speculated: “We hate to say this, but some abortion fanatic could decide to commit an act of violence to stop a 5-4 ruling. It’s an awful thought, but we live in fanatical times.”

A right-wing extremist was charged only three weeks ago in South Carolina with threatening federal judges, along with President Biden and Vice President Harris. The man—a 33-year-old inmate at the Department of Corrections and Proud Boy named Eric Rome—sent letters he claimed contained anthrax to the federal courthouse in Portland, Oregon, and left threatening voicemails: “Our intent is war on the federal government and specifically the assassination of the feds Marxist leaders Joe Biden and Kamala Harris,” Rome said on a voicemail, citing a laundry list of offenses: “the theft of the last presidential election, promoting critical race theory in our schools, the vax mandate and using Marxist media outlets, notably CNN, to brainwash our citizens,” according to the indictment.

In his most recent threat in March, Rome threatened two unnamed South Carolina federal judges with death by stabbing: “Vacate the benches and we may let you live,” he wrote. Rome’s February letter to the Portland courthouse claimed he was sending “weapons grade anthrax” as a protest for failing “to arrest and prosecute Black Lives Matter activists despite the riots, looting, assaults and many other crimes by BLM in your city against White Citizens. .... WHITE POWER!”

more at https://crooksandliars.com/2022/05/right-wing-extremists-liberal-judges-roe

my take: We need more surveillance of these people... their relatives... their employers....... their fucking bar tenders




The Effect of Brain Washing

11:02 May 15 2022
Times Read: 71

Traveled hours..... armed to the teeth....... wearing tactical gear......... attacked a store in a predominantly black neighborhood..... fully formed intent to kill..... he lived stream the event apparently.... believed in the replacement theory???..... and kill he did

This is domestic terrorism..... this is a hate crime

He should NEVER be released from custody... NEVER

but over on FOX..... they debate what constitutes a hate crime......




Your Saturday Laugh

16:20 May 14 2022
Times Read: 84




Fed. Grand Jury Looking Into Handling of Docs

13:31 May 13 2022
Times Read: 97

oh, wtf, I'm sure it was a honest mistake ,right? After all, any moron working in the Mango White House would just accidentally box up 15 boxes of classified documents, right? I mean come the fuck on, picky,picky.




Joe on OANN Walkback

10:31 May 13 2022
Times Read: 104

chickens will come home to roost, both in criminal court and civil

lol.... lock them up... and bankrupt them




Kids Afraid Of Oath Keeper Boss

01:18 May 13 2022
Times Read: 109

The three adult children of Oath Keepers boss Stewart Rhodes have detailed what it was like growing up with the libertarian-turned-violent militiaman, from being home-schooled on nothing but the American Revolution to having no food on the table while he was jet-setting around the country.

Rhodes, a Yale-educated lawyer and former paratrooper, has been charged with seditious conspiracy after the feds said he “spearheaded” the most coordinated and serious effort to overthrow the U.S. government on Jan. 6. He and 10 other members of the far-right militia group worked together to recruit, train, and prepare for an attack, and Rhodes continued to call for the overthrow of the government even after the failed insurrection, prosecutors allege.

Rhodes didn’t storm the Capitol himself and instead remained in a D.C. hotel room communicating with other members and even getting on the phone to a Trump intermediary in an effort to speak to the president, one member said.

The day after his arrest this year, Rhodes’ ex-wife Tasha Adams called him a “complete sociopath” who terrorized and physically abused her and their six children for years until she finally got a divorce.

Oath Keepers Founder Secretly Backed Lawsuit for Government Based on ‘Lord of the Rings’

Speaking for the first time to the Southern Poverty Law Center’s Hatewatch, his three adult children (the other three kids are still minors) said that, on the day Adams filed for divorce in 2018, they packed their bags and tried to sneak out of the house at 4 a.m. by telling their dad, who was already up and “in a mania,” that they were going to buy food.

“We thought that if he is here and we are here when [the divorce papers] are delivered, he would kill all of us. We felt that we were running for our lives,” Sequoia Adams, 19, said.

The couple’s children grew up being home-schooled but the only history Rhodes taught them was the American Revolution, they said. He “brainwashed” them into thinking the world was ending, and constantly moved the family around the country as he “burned everyone around him,” Sequoia said.

“You could tell that he wanted to be George Washington,” said daughter Sedona Adams, 23.

Who Was the ‘Trump Intermediary’ on the Phone to Oath Keepers Boss on Jan. 6?

All the kids were born at home and Sequoia said she never got a birth certificate so therefore couldn’t get a passport or social security number later in life. Rhodes used the possibility of getting her birth certificate to psychologically abuse her and force her to maintain contact with him, she said.

Rhodes was initially involved with Texas Rep. Ron Paul, who ran three failed presidential campaigns as both a libertarian and Republican candidate. Rhodes threatened to leave the country if Paul lost in 2004, Sequoia said, and then said he’d do the same if Obama won in 2008.

But when Obama did win, Rhodes instead realized he could bring together other terrified, angry libertarians into some sort of movement, they said. At first it was a supposedly bipartisan group to educate people about their constitutional rights. But when people started donating, the Oath Keepers quickly turned into something darker—and shoddier.

“What he wanted was collapse, so he could be the king of the collapse, with his own little army, so it was always going to go the way it did,” Sequoia said.

As money flooded in, he started jet-setting around the country to give talks, eating at fancy restaurants, and buying top-of-the-line survivalist gear. Meanwhile, his wife and kids had no food on the table and resorted to selling silver to pay the bills, they said.

Rhodes realized “disaster relief” or emergency appeals were the most lucrative, so he’d always be on the phone saying, “We need to create an emergency,” Sedona recalled.

“Anything that they could put up a GoFundMe for—anything that gets a GoFundMe link in front of the mailing list,” his 24-year-old son Dakota Adams said.

The children didn’t mention specific fundraisers Rhodes ran; one of the group’s earlier efforts involved recruiting members and resources to guard rooftops in Ferguson, Missouri, during the 2014 riots sparked by Michael Brown’s death.

When Trump was elected, Rhodes was initially critical and wanted to release an open letter to “school Trump” on the Constitution, the kids said. But he grew paranoid that a Democratic president would give the FBI the green light to charge him over his participation in anti-government militant Ammon Bundy’s infamous standoff with federal authorities on a Nevada ranch in 2014.

By the time Trump lost in 2020, Rhodes was all in on the deluded belief that the election had been stolen and people like him needed to take part in a bloody fight to save the republic.

He is still behind bars awaiting trial after a federal judge shot down claims by his lawyers in February that he should be bailed as he’s “no longer a danger” with Trump out of office.


My take: Rhodes is a complete nutter. A fucking nutcase who believes in conspiracy and believes he is some kind of savior. That only he knows the truth.

How about this truth. Guilty as fuck and 20 years in Federal prison...in general population




Look At This Bus Stop

15:06 May 12 2022
Times Read: 117

mmmmm...... and exactly how did they end up going through zippered bags??

Oh, did you catch the beginning where the reporter said the video contradicted the statement of the sheriff's office?

happy motoring




Arizona Senate Candidate Says Women Aren't Paid Less

23:41 May 11 2022
Times Read: 129

This guy Masters also states there is no need for an equal rights amendment.

What do you think? This is the GOPQ thinking... women are property don't you know? They lie and lie and lie.

Like Texas Paul says... donate money and your time..... Some of these races are close......





Texas Paul On Lying Justices

12:30 May 11 2022
Times Read: 138

Lying under oath is perjury, a crime, IF , at the time you made the statement you knew it was incorrect..... and that's the problem with perjury.

But allow me..... they are lying pieces of shit......

Better wake up..... get mobilized........ get the fuck ready... because what they want to do is drag you back in time as Paul said above. As I have said. As I have been told to my face by several of the MAGA crowd.......




Republicans Attacking Rights

01:07 May 11 2022
Times Read: 156

And this says a lot.

The Constitution written by white males for white males, property owners, Christians pretty much all ( though I'm not quite sure about Jefferson, who once said and I paraphrase what does it pain me if a man worships 3 Gods or 1), slave owners, women owners, musket carrying..... you get the picture





10:47 May 10 2022
Times Read: 173

The right-wing cable network One America News Network on Monday ran a pre-recorded 30-second segment acknowledging that there was “no widespread voter fraud” by Georgia election workers in the 2020 presidential election. The segment appears to be part of a recent settlement relating to a defamation lawsuit brought against the network by two such workers.

The segment notes that an investigation by state officials into unsubstantiated claims of widespread voter fraud made by ex-President Donald Trump and Rudy Giuliani turned up nothing. “The results of this investigation indicate that Ruby Freeman and Wandrea ‘Shaye’ Moss did not engage in ballot fraud or criminal misconduct,” a narrator states.

“A legal matter with this network and the two election workers has been resolved to the mutual satisfaction of the parties through a fair and reasonable settlement,” the voiceover adds.

Freeman and her daughter, Moss, say they were harassed online and in person after baseless rumors began circulating online, due in part to content published by the conspiracy website The Gateway Pundit, which the pair also sued. In January 2021, when Trump pressured Georgia Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger to try to “find” votes to overturn the state’s election results, he mentioned Freeman’s name 18 times. Freeman was also visited by a publicist for Kanye West, who threatened her in an effort to extract a confession about committing election fraud.

And if that weren’t enough, video of the pair doing their jobs was hyped up by Rudy Giuliani—and Sean Hannity—who falsely claimed that it showed “blatant, clear, obvious” fraud. While speaking to Georgia State House Republicans about the video during a Zoom meeting in December 2020, Giuliani at one point can be heard saying, “We should try to get this on Newsmax and OANN.”

Freeman and Moss sued Giuliani as well, and that case is ongoing.


And there you go . You see the court system worked. The civil attorneys backed the network into a corner and they were forced to admit there was no widespread voter fraud. Mugwumps...... they essentially admitted they lied.

As far as Giuliani is concerned.... he is sitting down except for the mask nutcase or whatever that show is..... but he will settle or the thing goes to trial.... i would love to see a trial with him under oath on the witness stand sweating and his makeup running.... now that's entertainment.




Mitch Says National Abortion Ban Possible

11:12 May 09 2022
Times Read: 189

So Moscow Mitch, you know the walking cadaver, and great advocate for state's rights, is now saying that if the GOPQ regains control of the House, Senate and Presidency, Federal law banning abortion is possible. Wait... I thought it was all about State's rights..... oh, no, you mean he really wants to control women and what they do with their bodies..... yes, he does.....

You see, they will be coming for contraceptives next... In fact the inbred governor of Mississippi on a Sunday talk show yesterday alluded to that.

But I digress, it is a war on women... they don't like women making what men make, they don't like women working in professional jobs, they don't like women being allowed to make a major purchase without a man's signature.....

You better wake the fuck up... what you have taken for granted is getting ready to disappear




Alito Time Travels to 1235

01:25 May 09 2022
Times Read: 199

Well they want to go back to the 1950s or 60s......

By all means let them, after all most of you have passports and can travel to Canada, right? Oh..... you don't ... then you better wake the fuck up




Mango Wanted To Attack Mexico

17:08 May 07 2022
Times Read: 213

This is not a surprise..... The other line of thought was sending 250,000 servicemen and women on an invasion of Mexico. Mango is sooooo very stable isn't he?

But i'm sure many mugwumps here think the above would be o.k.

Suppose I split the difference and say send special operatives after the drug cartels..... oh, you didn't know we were already engaged in that and have been for years




A Choice

16:52 May 07 2022
Times Read: 215

Even the mugwumps should understand this..... oh wait, maybe they will not after all they think the earth is only 5000 years old




Texas Paul On The Leaked SCOTUS Draft

01:05 May 06 2022
Times Read: 228

Texas Paul is so correct and I will add

YOU BETTER WAKE THE FUCK UP because soon no birth control, no inter racial marriages, no gay marriages, no gays in public, no public housing, no food assistance, no social security, no medicare etc.




GOP Are Anti Women

14:28 May 05 2022
Times Read: 235

Watch it again!! Carlin speaks the truth. A few weeks ago Senator Tim Scott of Florida released his plan for America for after he is elected President. Included the elimination of social security and medicare within 5 years after he is elected. The elimination of food stamps, the elimination of housing assistance. The list goes on.

Yeah, once you are born you maybe fucked.

Yes, they are against women.... yesterday the punk Congressman Matt " Under Sexual Trafficking Investigation" Gaetz called women who believe that their body is theirs, over educated. You see if they had their way women wouldn't go to college, couldn't get a credit card in their own name, couldn't vote.

Think I'm wrong...women couldn't get a credit card in their name, and their name alone (meaning no male co-signor)until after the 1972 Roe v Wade decision.... just think about that.

Oh yeah, they want to go back to the 1950's.....




GOPQ Rape Joke Candidate Loses To A Dem

13:57 May 05 2022
Times Read: 236

In a district the GOP held for 30 years and he fucking LOST..... Well, I do not expect it to hold across the board but it might in a few places.

Oh, one other thing, the rape joke guy ran in 2020 and lost too. One of his 3 daughters took to social media and asked everyone to vote against him... that's right DO NOT vote for my father.... I suspect she knows exactly how crazy he is!!!!




Another One Goes Down

23:07 May 04 2022
Times Read: 246

A regional leader of the far-right Oath Keepers organization has pleaded guilty to sedition and obstruction of an official proceeding in connection with the Jan 6., 2021, Capitol attack.

In a press release on Wednesday, the Department of Justice (DOJ) said that William Todd Wilson of Newton Grove, N.C., pleaded guilty to seditious conspiracy for his role in the riot.

According to court documents, the DOJ said, Wilson was a member of the Oath Keepers since 2016 and led the far-right group’s Sampson County, N.C., chapter.

He admitted in his plea that he took part in a plan to use force to prevent Congress from certifying the results of the 2020 election, the DOJ said.

The department said Wilson and others used encrypted and private communications, exchanging numerous messages weeks prior to the attack using a messaging application called Signal. Two of the messages Wilson sent in December 2020 said, “It is time to fight!” and “Things are about to get real . . . and we need to be ready as ever!”

Wilson then arrived in Washington, D.C., the day prior to the attack armed with a variety of weapons, including an AR-15-style rifle, a 9-millimeter pistol, up to 200 rounds of ammunition, pepper spray, a pocketknife and a large walking stick intended to be used as a weapon, the DOJ said, citing court documents.

On the day of the riot, Wilson and others marched to the Capitol, and shortly after 2 p.m. the group unlawfully passed around barricades and authorities to enter the building’s restricted grounds.

By about thirty-eight minutes later, Wilson had marched through the Capitol Rotunda to the east portion of the building, where the DOJ said he took part, along with other rioters, in trying to push open the Rotunda Doors from inside the building. The opening of the doors roughly a minute later allowed more rioters, including other members of the Oath Keepers, to enter, the department said.

The DOJ said Wilson exited the building at 2:55 p.m. and met with other conspirators at a Virginia-area restaurant, where the department said one person advised that everyone should delete incriminating materials from their cellular phones.

Wilson tried to conceal incriminating evidence from being stored on his Apple iCloud account the next day, according to the DOJ, and later threw his cell phone into the Atlantic Ocean in what the department said was an effort to prevent authorities from finding evidence in his case.

his comes as authorities have arrested nearly 800 individuals in connection with the Capitol riot, which resulted in the deaths of five people. More than 250 of those individuals have been charged with assaulting or impeding law enforcement.

Wilson, who faces up to 20 years in prison for each of the two counts he pled guilty to, is the third Oath Keepers member to plead guilty to seditious conspiracy and obstruction charges in connection with the Capitol attack, the DOJ noted.

Wilson, 44, also agreed to cooperate with authorities in their ongoing investigation of the riot. A sentencing date has not yet been determined, the department said.


My Take: Another one bites the dust and agrees to cooperate against the other. Pled to sedition to.... lol NEXT




A Reminder of What They Said

10:24 May 04 2022
Times Read: 256

Their words were very clear then and now




Effect of Draft Opinion

16:26 May 03 2022
Times Read: 269

And what Katy is saying is true... it gives the white law makers another chance to point the finger at women who they say can't keep their legs closed...... That is what is coming.... Keep your legs closed... that's what they want to say

Next up Griswold v. Connecticut... that's the one that legalized the sale of birth control..... it is based on substantive law as is Roe v. Wade

You better wake the fuck up.... you better make sure you talk to your friends .

And it will effect the poor. The ones with money will get on a plane to New York, California, Kansas etc.

BUT IT IS ONLY A DRAFT........ yeah




Mango Spokesman Calls For Mass Arrests

11:02 May 03 2022
Times Read: 278

As Farron points out...who,when where, how.... Again, not one shred of evidence was presented in a Court. Indeed, Mango's claims were kicked out of 63 different Federal Courts ..... including some appointed by him.....

But his nutcase spokesperson speaks to a Q conference and spouts this crap and they eat it up.... And to make clearer for the mugwumps on here... crazy Mike Pillow and his waving around of paperwork is not proof.... and the Colorado elections supervisor screaming fraud is not proof (in fact,she has been indicted for leaking passwords) , and crazies refusing to recognize Biden as President is not proof........WHERE IS THE PROOF AS SHOWN IN FEDERAL COURT.....

Better wake the fuck up..... oh, and Roe maybe about to be overruled..... just like I told you it would





19:04 May 02 2022
Times Read: 287

A former New York City police officer was convicted Monday of assaulting a Washington, DC, police officer during the January 6 riot at the US Capitol.

Thomas Webster, who claimed he was defending himself when he swung a metal flagpole at police and tackled one to the ground, choking him by his chin strap, was convicted by a jury on all six charges after roughly two hours of deliberations.
The 56-year-old ex-NYPD officer and former Marine faces a maximum of 20 years in prison for the assault of DC officer Noah Rathbun. Webster is the fourth January 6 rioter to be convicted by a jury and the first to be convicted by a jury in a police assault case from the insurrection.
"This case is about rage," one of the prosecutors, Brian Kelly, said in closing arguments Friday.

Kelly told the jury that while Webster "wants to blame officer Rathbun," it was Webster who first attacked Rathbun and Webster who crossed police lines to tackle the officer.
"His actions speak for themselves," Kelly concluded, asking the jury to find Webster guilty on all charges, including assaulting, resisting or impeding an officer with a dangerous weapon.

Webster's defense attorney, James Monroe, argued that Webster only acted in self-defense after being punched by Rathbun.
"Are we ever going to accept police misconduct?" Monroe asked the jury. "We're dealing with a bad cop," he said of Rathbun, adding that Webster "knows what a bad cop looks like" from serving on the NYPD for two decades.
This the first case where a Capitol rioter claimed self-defense. In other related cases, jurors previously rejected attempts by defendants to shift the blame onto then-President Donald Trump. Most of the January 6 cases that have gone to trial so far resulted in convictions.
The self-defense claim gained no traction with jurors.
Doris Spruell, a juror, told reporters after the verdict that they "looked at all the evidence...and felt that there was no grounds for self-defense. The video, I think, clearly showed that."
When asked about Webster's testimony, Spruell said she "did not think it was credible."
"The case that the government laid out was very comprehensive," another juror said, adding that he felt "quite comfortable with the verdict" and that the jury didn't find Webster's testimony compelling.
"It was very quick and very obvious," another juror said.
While prosecutors requested Webster be locked up immediately, Mehta allowed Webster to remain on 24-hour home confinement with an ankle monitor, a decision he said was "a close call."
Webster, who sat still during the verdict, left the DC courthouse holding a flip phone to his ear and did not speak with reporters.
"It's a difficult day for Tom Webster and his family," Monroe said. "We're going to give some thought about the result today and decide where to go from here."
Another rioter who assaulted police nearby Webster during the riot -- and who can be seen assaulting officers in a video where Webster is also visible -- was sentenced to 27 months behind bars on Monday, after striking a plea deal with the Justice Department in December.
Kevin Creek, a former Marine, attacked two police officers during the riot, kicking one and striking another in the hand.
"He broke the line," prosecutors said during the sentencing before Judge Dabney Friedrich.
This story has been updated with additional details.
CNN's Casey Gannon contributed to this report.


My take: LOL, ROTFL... NEXT.... lock them all up......




McCain Accused Rand Paul of Working For Russia

02:24 May 02 2022
Times Read: 299

Oh, and this was dug up.... seems the GOPQ just keeps forgetting about video and fact checking... little things like that.

Fuck Putin, Fuck Rand Paul, Fuck Trump




How Much Is Enough ?

10:43 May 01 2022
Times Read: 314

The clip reminds us all of Manafort's history....... and his good buddy Mango is of the same ilk.......

You know I guess 10 million from the sale of his home in the Hamptons just wasn't enough?

Those penalties really rack up



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