r/JusticeServed 9 Nov 18 '22 Gold 1

Federal jury convicts political consultant Jesse R. Benton, 45, for funneling some of a $100,000 illegal foreign contribution from a Russian national to Trump's 2016 campaign. Benton faces up to 20 years in prison. Trump reportedly pardoned Benton in 2020 for a different campaign finance crime Courtroom Justice

https://www.houstonchronicle.com/neighborhood/moco/news/article/Woodlands-based-political-consultant-convicted-of-17593399.php
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u/Coital_Conundrum 6 Nov 20 '22

It seems like Republicans can't do anything without breaking the law these days. If they wanted to, they could run an honest campaign. They know they're nuts, and this is the only way they know how to account for that fact.

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u/newBDS2017 8 Nov 19 '22

He didn't, "reportedly", he did.

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u/Molire 9 Nov 19 '22

Yes, but the article didn't say that.

Trump pardoned Benton in 2020 for a different campaign finance crime, months before The Woodlands man was indicted again on six counts related to facilitating the illegal foreign campaign donation, according to The Washington Post.

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u/NfamousKaye A Nov 19 '22

Oh so this is why they’re bringing up Hunter again. Gotcha

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u/DrNp2020 0 Nov 18 '22

Perhaps going to SuperMAX

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u/Accomplished_Tell_18 1 Nov 18 '22

Hunter Biden: hold my pipe…

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u/schnitzel_envy 8 Nov 18 '22

You couldn’t find a national news outlet without a paywall to post this story?

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u/Molire 9 Nov 19 '22

Good question. 23 hours 39 minutes ago, it was the only one with any substance. I don't subscribe, and it wasn't a paywall for me. You can try this link for the article and others submitted by anyone in the future.

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u/Jimd219 0 Nov 18 '22

The guy in the plaid shirt looks at least 65. If he's 45, he is a shot 45.

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u/Molire 9 Nov 19 '22

When the photo was taken 11 years ago, the guy in the plaid shirt was his grandfather-in-law, U.S. Rep. Ron Paul (R-Texas), who was about 76 when the photo was taken.

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u/Greelys 7 Nov 18 '22

That's Sen. Ron Paul 🤣

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u/eride810 7 Nov 18 '22

20 years for a portion of $100k?? That’s insane.

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u/DrWollyNips 4 Nov 18 '22

You’re right, it should be much more

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u/slowburningrage 6 Nov 18 '22

Wonder what they'll do about laundering money from Ukraine through FTX and back to politicians. Probably nothing.

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u/yulDD 7 Nov 18 '22

Imagine if he has a recording of Trump approving it

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u/Das-Noob 9 Nov 18 '22

😂 still nothing would happen. Sadly

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u/coastfitter 5 Nov 18 '22

Damn. Biden must be going away for life then right?

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u/NfamousKaye A Nov 19 '22

Lmao for what. Oh right you think helping an ally is punishable by law probably

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u/coastfitter 5 Nov 19 '22

When 40 million comes back to you. It is a crime. No probably

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u/NfamousKaye A Nov 19 '22

Where’s your source on that? Who’s repaying us during war time from over there when Ukraine is begging for aid because they don’t have the money to process weapons on their own? you see where that logic is flawed?

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u/coastfitter 5 Nov 19 '22

US money went to Ukraine. Ukraine sent money to FTX. FTX sent 40M plus to DNC. All prior to the latest elections. Yeah. Nothing to see here.

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u/Odinson2099 4 Dec 25 '22

How about the 2 billion from the Saudis to Jared?!? Is there any news about that one??

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u/NfamousKaye A Nov 19 '22

FTX got hacked and went bankrupt. Stop lying.

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u/2pacalypso 9 Nov 18 '22

"...but what about..."

Yeah as soon as that laptop resurfaces I bet he's done for. Source: military.

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u/Salt_Dimension_1433 7 Nov 18 '22

for?

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u/coastfitter 5 Nov 18 '22

Money laundering through FTX to the DNC. His business ties to human trafficking and the other 148 fraud alerts the banks have raised and we cant see because as soon as he got in office he changed the transparency rules.

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u/kirrk 7 Nov 18 '22

Don’t you dopes get sick of spewing bullshit? You’re not kidding anyone but yourselves, and you’re “you’ll see” crap is so tired. Live your life!

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u/coastfitter 5 Nov 18 '22

Go play your video games

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u/TheSakred A Nov 18 '22

Please source everything you just claimed lol

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u/coastfitter 5 Nov 18 '22

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u/TheSakred A Nov 18 '22

Ah, your source is the GOP. They're extremely well known for being truthful. LOL.

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u/coastfitter 5 Nov 18 '22

Source should not matter. It's a fact that his business has been tagged 150 times by financial institutions with suspicious action reports and its also a fact that he changed the rules for which the committee could view them as soon as he got in office. It is also a fact that at least one of those transactions involve suspected human traffickers.

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u/NfamousKaye A Nov 19 '22

You’d be the first one wanting a source if we say anything negative about trump. Laughable.

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u/coastfitter 5 Nov 19 '22

I dont even like Trump. Im just not one of you sheeple

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u/NfamousKaye A Nov 19 '22

Sure sure.

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u/PeopleOntheCeiling 5 Nov 18 '22

Source? Proof? Evidence?

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u/FullClapper 1 Nov 18 '22

Yeah ok Q

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u/i_r_faptastic 7 Nov 18 '22

Please don't let anyone Epstein this dude before he talks. Now that he been convicted, he's probably giving up the real tea and hopefully the yellow gummy bear.

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u/bDsmDom A Nov 18 '22

I want the yellow gummy bear

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u/PappyMcGee 4 Nov 18 '22

To no one's surprise this grifter has also run the campaigns of other prominent pieces of shit such as Ron Paul, Rand Paul, and Mitch McConnell.

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u/guitarguywh89 9 Nov 18 '22

Kentucky really isn't sending their best are they

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u/No_big_whoop B Nov 18 '22

We need to build a wall around Kentucky

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u/PappyMcGee 4 Nov 21 '22

Just need to put a tent over it and fumigate. Let the vermin scurry and be left with bourbon, Charles Booker, and a beautiful state.

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u/stmiba 8 Nov 18 '22

For those of you that don't feel like paying the Houston Chronicle to read a national news article, feel free to read similar articles on:

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u/snakeoilHero 7 Nov 18 '22

Where is the Fox news link?

/s

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u/Jouleigh 2 Nov 18 '22

Thank you for this, really appreciate being able to avoid paywalls or site that don’t share with Europe. I’m assuming it’s because they don’t meet GDPR. I’m always grateful for the additional links.

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u/Molire 9 Nov 19 '22

For many articles, you can use this link.

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u/hedgerow_hank 7 Nov 18 '22

When trump's lieutenants have committed SO many crimes that trump couldn't pardon all of them...

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u/aaaaarghhhhh 8 Nov 18 '22

Interesting...

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u/Foecrass 7 Nov 18 '22

But something something laptop?

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u/FireflyAdvocate 8 Nov 18 '22

And something something e-mails! Benghazi!

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u/DylanMartin97 7 Nov 18 '22

Who is this Ben Ghazi guy everybody keeps talking about?!

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u/FireflyAdvocate 8 Nov 19 '22

Be was such a character that the former Secretary of State gave hours and hours of live testimony on tv to congress. So many more hours than Tim Surrection ever gave.

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u/twzbowser2009 0 Nov 18 '22

Used the dollars in a fake way got it. If the Russians would have put their name on it, nothing would had happened, see soros.

This guy probably wanted to funnel the money so he could take a share and give it to Republicans without them knowing the source.

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u/spaztwelve 6 Nov 18 '22

Soros is an American citizen, you fucking idiot.

https://www.encyclopedia.com/arts/educational-magazines/soros-george-1930

Born August 12, 1930, in Budapest, Hungary; emigrated to United States, 1956; naturalized U.S. citizen, 1961

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u/twzbowser2009 0 Nov 18 '22

See later reply. Dual citizen

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u/spaztwelve 6 Nov 18 '22

What's the fucking difference? He is a US citizen. There's is no comparing Russian-funneled money into US political campaigns to a US citizen donating money to campaigns.

But...but...but...

Fucking stop. You've been 'had' by a shitty talking point of right-leaning propaganda that enrages you, because you think you're being wronged by a foreigner.

Oligarchs funding politics sucks and should be stopped, but you are propping up a political "philosophy" that has continually fought against any form of campaign finance reform. You may argue that the Democrats aren't much better. Well, they aren't great, but they're far better in terms of keeping this issue alive.

But, fucking socialism...AMIRITE???

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u/twzbowser2009 0 Nov 18 '22

Yes, get rid of super pacs I don't a fuck who they support. It's not a republican philosophy that you think. You don't know. I support and hate ideas from both sides of the political spectrum. It's called keeping an open mind to ideas. My op was about a guy putting money in his pockets. The soros part just enraged the reddit echo chamber.

And why should you have to live off the government? Shouldn't we be fighting back everything that's over priced (Healthcare) and get to the fucking root cause instead of throwing money at it thinking we are solving a problem? Why do we keep funding the military more and more every year or other government agencies that's not creating any good change? Go find yourself an economics book and start searching for the answer.

Go cry about J6 and trump for another 2 years.

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u/DylanMartin97 7 Nov 18 '22

Yeah!

This guy's so republican he's a democrat, I mean he literally just kept funding money from foreign agents in all his friends bank accounts God so weird how that just keeps happening!

But it's okay even if he did because {insert insane antisemitic red harring here}! What about all those democrats who funneled Russian money! They all got charged... It's right in the open!! Any day now!

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u/twzbowser2009 0 Nov 18 '22

How about no foreign money at all for any US election?

Antisemitic? Really you made it about race. I never mentioned race or ethnicity in any of my statements. You did. I said a name. Why must everyone always go to race, it's tiring.

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u/DylanMartin97 7 Nov 18 '22

Yes because the George Soros bullshit is literally just nonsense. It's antisemitic at worst and a republican mouth piece at worst.

Why is George Soros bad? Oh yes a billionaire, what's the difference between him and Elon? Oh sounds about White.

You're right there should be no foreign money in our government, so let's literally never elect republicans again they seem to be the only ones outside of manchin that somehow keeps getting caught for it, where there's smoke and all that

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u/twzbowser2009 0 Nov 18 '22

He's a top donor, again stop bringing race into it. Why do you think that way?

I don't agree with his policies. Same way you don't agree with Republican policies.

So we agree, no foreign money? Also, soros is a dual citizen but you failed to even bring that up in your basic argument. Guess you only know what someone told you and not look up an actual fact to hold your claim.

Stop being racist!

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u/tucker_frump 9 Nov 18 '22

Criminal enterprise.

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u/Arxl A Nov 18 '22 edited Nov 18 '22

Can we just have an inquisition that targets politicians?

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u/ian4real 6 Nov 18 '22

Great… now do Trump

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u/PappyMcGee 4 Nov 18 '22

What sucks it seems like there might not be a link to him, even though we all know that there is a direct link. Benton funneling it to the campaign let's Trump say "It's news to me that any of the funds I received while campaigning were from an international source. Russia you say? Boy, given all the previous implications of my ties with Russia this looks pretty bad for me. Oh well. Vote for me 2024."

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u/Molire 9 Nov 19 '22

Some people say the father of at least one of his grandchildren is Putin.

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u/fuzzo 9 Nov 18 '22

Hard paywall.

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u/Molire 9 Nov 18 '22

This link should work.

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u/bighunter1313 7 Nov 18 '22

If you’re on mobile. Click the aA reader button and it’ll load for free, no paywall or ads.

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u/PappyMcGee 4 Nov 18 '22

Save it to Pocket and you can read the article.

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u/ghosttrainhobo B Nov 18 '22

What kind of sentence will he likely face?

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u/Molire 9 Nov 19 '22

He and the world will learn his sentence when U.S. District Judge Judge Trevor N. McFadden sentences him In Person in Courtroom 2 in the United States District Court for the District of Columbia in 91 more days, on Friday, February 17, 2023 at 10:00 AM ET.

Dynamic Court Calendars:
https://media.dcd.uscourts.gov/datepicker/index.html
From: 02/17/2023
To: 02/17/2023

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u/Robosium 9 Nov 18 '22

Really interesting how one can just commit crimes to get a person elected and then get pardoned by that person.

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u/sTaCKs9011 5 Nov 18 '22

Basically Republicans just exposed a series of loopholes which have not been openly exploited like this before. I think if ant body of government wanted to clean up everything you'll need to close those loopholes. Burning Citizens United is a great first step imo

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u/2pacalypso 9 Nov 18 '22

If you think this goes both ways I have bad news for you...

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u/Gigant0re 6 Nov 18 '22

But, but, something, something, “witch hunt”.

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u/Asangkt358 8 Nov 18 '22

EleCtIOn frAuD iS a mYtH!!!

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u/RevLoveJoy A Nov 18 '22

Sure is a good couple years to be hunting witches. Can't hardly throw a rock without hitting a witch. Just shake a few financial trees and it's witches falling all over the ground.

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u/Gigant0re 6 Nov 18 '22

If hunting witches is your business, business is goood.

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u/Budborne 9 Nov 18 '22

replies to comment about whataboutism

Uses whataboutism

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u/RevLoveJoy A Nov 18 '22

does not see irony

It's almost like they're all Not Very Smart.

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u/dillpick15 5 Nov 18 '22

What will it take to imprison trump... as an American, this is getting sad and embarrassing

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u/Own_Carrot_7040 8 Nov 19 '22

You'd have to exclude pretty much all Republicans from the jury, for one thing.

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u/chakan2 9 Nov 18 '22

The chance for that has passed. The R's have the House. All of Trump's troubles go away in January.

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u/Social-Introvert 7 Nov 18 '22

What does their control of the house have to do with Fulton County and the NY AG?

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u/Blackboard_Monitor 8 Nov 18 '22

And that orange stain still walks around free, there are really two sets of laws.

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u/klinkscousin 5 Nov 19 '22

Rep and Dem

Left and Right

Rich and Poor

Black and White

Him and Hers

Politician and Lawyer

State and Federal

Clinton and not a Clinton

Shall I continue...

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u/LokiLaughs 8 Nov 18 '22

Correct.

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u/RevLoveJoy A Nov 18 '22

Okay, I'll play this stupid game. Name for me one serious crime for which Joe Biden has been credibly accused and is not being investigated.

Commence cricket ensemble.

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u/Boognish84 7 Nov 18 '22

For a moment there, I thought the photo was framed by somebody's thighs

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u/ToiletReadingAccount 5 Nov 18 '22

How could a president pardon someone from a campaign finance crime?! How do we let stuff like this happen?!

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u/rothrolan 8 Nov 18 '22

When it comes to Trump's entire administration during his presidency, follow the money.

Those that stepped down from their positions (or were removed) in his first two years are probably the most "innocent" that didn't want to be a part of his shitshow when it finally hit the fan. Meanwhile most of those he pardoned for money-based crimes in his last month are probably the most guilty, and he made those moves last-minute to cover his own ass, since he was most likely also involved with many of those schemes, either directly or pacifly gaining from it.

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u/Jazzlike-Software328 0 Nov 18 '22

We vote then AAAALLLL into office to watch out for us. And sometimes this shit happens.. 🤷‍♂️ whatcha gonna do🤦‍♂️😤

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u/PolishSausa9e 7 Nov 18 '22

Trumpster fire 2024 incoming.

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u/norbert-the-great 8 Nov 18 '22

Why are you spamming this bullshit?

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u/fred_lincoln 8 Nov 18 '22

HOLY SHIT THAT GUY IS 45?!

Oh, it’s the guy on the left…

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u/ElementalSentimental 9 Nov 18 '22

Who was 34 at the time!

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u/MillinAround 7 Nov 18 '22

That’s Ron Paul on the right, who Jesse Benton is now related to.

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u/useless169 5 Nov 18 '22

Why is this not all over the major news outlets (CBS, NBC, ABC) web pages?.

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u/alpharius120 7 Nov 18 '22

Story number 5 on WaPo.

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u/TreeChangeMe B Nov 18 '22

Because money pays the ads. These people have money

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u/Appropriate_Mess_350 8 Nov 18 '22

“Benton is closely associated with the Paul family, having served as a campaign manager for both Ron Paul and Rand Paul. He is married to Valori Pyeatt, Ron Paul's granddaughter.” WIKIPEDIA

I’m not gonna hold my breath waiting for justice or ANY action to protect American democracy. Meanwhile the Republicans are back to “Hunter Biden’s Laptop”.

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u/shadowozey 8 Nov 18 '22

When will they convict wallstreet?

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u/capz1121 4 Nov 18 '22

He’ll just have to wait until 2024 for the next pardon…

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u/madjyk 8 Nov 18 '22

Can we just arrest the narcissistic Dorito before he burns our country to the ground.

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u/vinnyj 9 Nov 18 '22

He's about to fuck over DeSantis let's wait that out.

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u/sTaCKs9011 5 Nov 18 '22

I think the struggle internally at the GOP is going to really help the US

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u/RevLoveJoy A Nov 18 '22

Please pass the popcorn.

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u/NILS--137 2 Nov 18 '22

Justice finally came for Tio Salamanca!

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u/CrossingTheStreamers 7 Nov 18 '22

Angrily shits pants.

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u/lankrypt0 8 Nov 18 '22

ding ding ding ding ding

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u/Spektaattorit 5 Nov 18 '22

100k is joke money. Ftx funneled billions to Biden

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u/Shtottle 7 Nov 18 '22

You sure it it wasnt quadrillions? Have you checked hunters tablet?

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u/DanklyNight 9 Nov 18 '22

$40m to Democrats $30m to Republicans

Hardly billions, and both sides taking that money.

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u/coleman57 9 Nov 18 '22

And I’m sure they’ll both immediately give back the whole $70m so it can be distributed to the investors in the bankruptcy settlement

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u/DanklyNight 9 Nov 18 '22

From what I've seen a few of the democrats are giving the money to charity.

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u/kmacedo88 4 Nov 18 '22

Wait, are you shitting me? These fucks have been all over yelling about how FTX funneled all this money to the Dems and the republicans got almost the exact same amount? 🤦‍♂️

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u/StrokeGameHusky 9 Nov 18 '22

FTX Supports the troops. Both sides.

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u/XDFighter64 7 Nov 18 '22

So are they just waiting for the next election to bring all the evidence on Trump's crimes to light or are they still combing through it all? At this point how is there still nothing happening to convict him

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u/amrak_em_evig 9 Nov 18 '22

Because if they take him to court and he's let off scot free (by the judges he appointed) it will set a very dangerous precedent that the president (or a former president) is officially above the law. My bet is they're collecting evidence and biding their time until he loses enough political and social cache that he can't rely on corrupt judges who want to keep their jobs to protect him anymore. He's already on the way there.

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u/slickweasel333 5 Nov 18 '22

People need to remember that federal investigations take a lot longer because the burden is higher and there is a lot more at stake. As a result, federal investigations tend to have a much higher success rate than state or county cases at getting a conviction.

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u/vstlockdown 4 Nov 18 '22

Because he didn't do anything bub. Take Hilary instead!

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u/2pacalypso 9 Nov 18 '22

You had your shot and got dick. but trump lives rent free, right?

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u/wheresabner71 6 Nov 18 '22

You're a fucking moron.

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u/vstlockdown 4 Nov 18 '22

Careful, don't use all your brain cells at once.

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u/Strazdas1 9 Nov 18 '22

Both Trump and Hillary should be in jail. Its a crime against americna people that two major parties in US couldnt find better candidates.

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u/CaptainMagnets A Nov 18 '22

Omg they finally put someone a bit higher up on the scheme to jail. Fuck yeah

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u/shadowinc 7 Nov 18 '22

So arent you in extra trouble if you get arrested after a pardon?

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u/FrodoMoji 9 Nov 18 '22

Hopefully, after his appeals are exhausted he will face a longer sentence. His last sentence was a joke. Home confinement and 2 years probation. "He smiled widely and held hands with his wife." from the article:

https://www.desmoinesregister.com/story/news/politics/2020/12/24/ex-ron-paul-iowa-aides-john-tate-jesse-benton-pardoned-trump-kent-sorenson/4038489001/

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u/Paisable 8 Nov 18 '22

No, just your dad says he's not mad, just disappointed this time.

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u/shadowinc 7 Nov 18 '22

A fate worse than death

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u/flyingpeter28 6 Nov 18 '22

So the guy got Into trouble for taking Russian money and giving it to Trump, but Trump is not the one in trouble?

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u/Strazdas1 9 Nov 18 '22

Well it depends, If he took the money and used it on the campaign without telling trump, then trump would not be guilty of it. You are going to say "how would trump not know", but in court, you have to prove that he did.

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u/RevLoveJoy A Nov 18 '22

And also, "I dunno where all my campaign money came from" in a race for the POTUS is a very legit claim. Much as it pains me to say it, he probably did not know. Those campaigns have 100s of thousands of donors. The candidate is not capable of knowing them all. And the question of "did the campaign have a strategy to target dirty Russian money?" while legit, is not at the core of the conviction in this thread.

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u/Adddicus B Nov 18 '22

>>Trump reportedly pardoned Benton in 2020 for a different campaign finance crime

Damn the bad luck. Timing is everything!!

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u/andre3kthegiant A Nov 18 '22

But Hunter’s Laptop!

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u/Uniqueusername111112 7 Nov 18 '22

Both are clearly fucked up and scandalous if you can take off the partisan blinders for a sec

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u/Beflijster 9 Nov 18 '22

Buttery males!

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u/Khyber2 7 Nov 18 '22 edited Nov 18 '22

Locally grown

butter lettuce

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u/rumenocity5 8 Nov 18 '22

Well. Looks like he will have a chance to pardon him again.

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u/gthing 9 Nov 18 '22

Unlikely. Trump’s done.

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u/rumenocity5 8 Nov 18 '22

Hopefully he runs on his own party if he doesn’t get the nomination. Splits the fundamentalists off from the GOP. Ends religious domination of our government.

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u/Boy_Sabaw A Nov 18 '22

Probably his only reason for running again: Pardons

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u/Thatguy468 B Nov 18 '22

How is this not at the top of r/all ? Seriously? We are getting daily receipts of donny’s crime and he still walks free and intends to run for the leader of our country.

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u/about831 A Nov 18 '22

It took 12 hours but it’s on r/all now

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u/hollowhero_ 8 Nov 18 '22

Damn. They're getting so close to Trump. I will celebrate like hell when they do.

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u/Molire 9 Nov 18 '22

A federal jury convicted a Woodlands-based political consultant Thursday for his role in funneling illegal foreign contributions to former President Donald Trump's 2016 presidential campaign.

Federal prosecutors said Jesse R. Benton, 45, worked with another political adviser to funnel political contributions to the 2016 presidential campaign from a Russian foreign national seeking to support, meet, and take a picture with Trump.

...He [Benton] is scheduled to be sentenced Feb. 17 and faces a maximum sentence of 20 years in prison on the top count.

Trump pardoned Benton in 2020 for a different campaign finance crime, months before The Woodlands man was indicted again on six counts related to facilitating the illegal foreign campaign donation, according to The Washington Post.

In a release on Thursday, Department of Justice officials stated Benton concealed the person’s nationality and arranged for the Russian foreign national to attend a political fundraising event that required a political donation and take a picture with the candidate.

Benton had the Russian foreign national wire $100,000 to Benton’s political consulting firm for the purposes of making an illegal foreign contribution to the campaign. To disguise the scheme, Benton created a fake invoice, which falsely identified the funds as payment for consulting services. Benton acted as a straw donor and contributed $25,000 of the Russian foreign national’s money to the campaign, falsely identified himself as the contributor, and pocketed the remaining $75,000, the release stated.


DOJ News release, November 17, 2022 — Political Consultant Convicted for Scheme Involving Illegal Foreign Campaign Contribution to 2016 Presidential Campaign

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u/whiskey_outpost26 A Nov 18 '22

Six years. Going on seven. I'm starting to see what the "justice delayed is justice denied" crowd is talking about.