December 8, 2018
I agree that Cohen should go to prison. Not for whatever fake charges they’re bringing against him, but for betraying the President, which should have been the real charge on its own.
I doubt he actually will be sentenced to real prison time, because he’s Jewish. He might get something like satanic Jew jailbait-enthusiast Epstein got, where he’s sentenced to a special prison where he’s allowed to leave in the daytime.
But let’s be honest: Jews don’t do real prison time in America unless they’re Bernie Madoff and scam a bunch of other Jews. Cohen is looked at as a race-traitor for having supported Trump early on, but as soon as the Jewish program got serious, he flipped and allied aggressively with his tribe.
Federal prosecutors on Friday recommended a “substantial term of imprisonment” for President Trump’s former personal attorney Michael Cohen, saying his efforts to cooperate with Special Counsel Robert Mueller were “overstated.”
The U.S. Attorney for the Southern District of New York filed a sentencing memo as part of its criminal investigation and grand jury probe into Cohen’s personal business dealings. Cohen pleaded guilty to several counts of tax and business fraud. He also pleaded guilty to making an excessive campaign contribution.
The memo stated that the range of imprisonment for Cohen and his crimes is 51 to 63 months. It also noted that the court’s Probation Department had recommended a sentence of 42 months, “albeit for different reasons.”
“This range reflects Cohen’s extensive, deliberate, and serious criminal conduct,” prosecutors said in the memo. It added that while Cohen “should receive credit for his assistance” in Special Counsel Robert Mueller’s investigation, he should still be given a “substantial term of imprisonment, one that reflects a modest downward variance from the applicable guidelines range.”
The filing acknowledged that while Cohen had cooperated with officials and disclosed important information to Mueller’s team, his cooperation was “overstated.”
Well, he did everything he could to help his kinsmen, it’s simply that there was not very much he could do since he didn’t have any information on Trump doing anything illegal because Trump didn’t do anything illegal.
Here’s the full memo, if anyone is interested.
“To be clear: Cohen does not have a cooperation agreement…and therefore is not properly described as a ‘cooperating witness,’ as that term is commonly used in this District,” the memo read.
The sentencing memo from the Southern District of New York comes just one week after Cohen pleaded guilty to making false statements to Congress about an abandoned Trump real estate project in Moscow as part of Mueller’s investigation into Russian meddling and potential collusion with Trump campaign associates in the 2016 presidential election.
It is the kookiest thing in history that almost all of these charges in this investigation relate to the investigation itself. Or totally unrelated tax stuff that happened years before.
“Let’s trick people into lying to us, and then also go through their entire life history and find minor things they might have done that we can charge them with.”
Cohen’s “campaign contribution” charge is just a weird sort of not actually illegal thing that was added to make it appear as though they were at least doing something that is within their mandate.
Cohen’s guilty plea in Mueller’s investigation signaled his apparent willingness to cooperate with the special counsel and provide potentially valuable testimony to investigators regarding his relationship with the president and Trump’s actions in exchange for leniency when sentenced to prison—a move Trump himself has blasted in recent days.
Soon after the filing was made public, Trump tweeted that the document “Totally clears the President. Thank you!”
Totally clears the President. Thank you!
— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) December 7, 2018
White House Press Secretary Sarah Sanders said the filings “tell us nothing of value that wasn’t already known.
“Mr. Cohen has repeatedly lied and as the prosecution has pointed out to the court, Mr. Cohen is no hero,” Sanders added.
Just call him a kike, Sarah.
I just want one time to read something like: “Mr. Cohen’s actions, as well as the actions of Mr. Mueller’s Jewish team, appear to justify the Nazi’s assertions about the nature of the Jewish people.”
Federal prosecutors said that Cohen was “motivated” by “personal greed” and “repeatedly used his power and influence for deceptive ends.”
“Cohen, an attorney and businessman, committed four distinct federal crimes over a period of several years,” the memo read. “The crimes committed by Cohen were more serious than his submission allows and were marked by a pattern of deception that permeated his professional life (and was evidently hidden from the friends and family members who wrote on his behalf.)”
Hey, cool it with the anti-Semitic remarks.
Who wrote this memo?
As part of his guilty plea in the criminal investigation led by the Southern District of New York, Cohen admitted to making an excessive campaign contribution, which refers to the $130,000 hush money payment to porn star Stormy Daniels in the weeks leading up to the 2016 presidential election in exchange for her silence over an alleged one-time sexual encounter with Trump, who is referred to as “Individual-1” in the documents. At issue was also a payment to Playboy model Karen MacDougal.
The memo revealed that Cohen arranged for one of the payments “through a media company and disguised it as a services contract, and executed the second non-disclosure agreement with aliases and routed the six-figure payment through a shell corporation. After the election, he arranged for his own reimbursement via fraudulent invoices for non-existent legal services ostensibly performed pursuant to a non-existent ‘retainer’ agreement.”
That is just abject nonsense. It was Trump’s personal money that was used to pay the porn star. It had absolutely no connection to the campaign, and it wasn’t contributed by Cohen.
No campaign money or campaign body entered into any element of this transaction.
That charge alone would have to be dismissed, but as I say, they just needed some way to connect this to the investigation and make it seem somewhat less absurd. And they’re able to fit it in with the other charges that I assume are probably real – I would think it would be incredibly difficult to find any New York Jew businessman who has been 100% honest with his taxes his entire life.
The memo states that when payments began to surface, Cohen “told shifting and misleading stories about the nature of the payment, his coordination with the candidate, and the fact that he was reimbursed.”
Trump repeatedly denied having knowledge of the payment to Daniels, whose real name is Stephanie Clifford. He and his attorney, Rudy Giuliani, have provided conflicting accounts of whether the president was aware in the transaction.
Daniels’ lawyer, Michael Avenatti, tweeted that Cohen “lied to my client, the American people and investigators for years. He is a thug and deserves to be severely punished.”
We are happy to see Michael Cohen is in a lot of trouble re sentencing. We agree with the govt that he should serve a substantial term of imprisonment. He lied to my client, the American people and investigators for years. He is a thug and deserves to be severely punished. #Basta
— Michael Avenatti (@MichaelAvenatti) December 7, 2018
The memo also revealed that during the 2016 presidential campaign, Cohen “privately told friends and colleagues, including in seized text messages, that he expected to be given a prominent role and title in the new administration.”
“When that did not materialize, Cohen found a way to monetize his relationship with and access to the president. Cohen successfully convinced numerous major corporations to retain him as a “consultant” who could provide unique insights about and access to the new administration, the memo read. “Some of these corporations were then stuck making large up-front or periodic payments to Cohen, even though he provided little or no real services under these contracts. Bank records reflect that Cohen made more than $4 million dollars before the contracts were terminated.“
Yeah, that is some ultra-Jewish behavior, though it isn’t illegal and I don’t even understand why it would be included in a memo recommending sentencing.
It’s effectively saying “look, this is a complete and total kike we’re dealing with here.”
Overall, this is yet another gigantic nothingburger, like every other aspect of this deranged witch hunt.
Watching the liberal Jew media trying to spin this as though it has something to do with Trump is nuts.
They’re using it to once again talk about… some building project in Moscow.
The fact that prosecutors are recommending prison time is explicitly attributed to the fact that he was incapable of providing relevant information to the Mueller Sanhedrin.