Today’s Funny


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4 Responses to Today’s Funny

  1. Tina says:

    Not so funny, funny 😉

  2. Peggy says:

    No surprise here from the man who occupies our oval office who picks and chooses which laws he and his attorney general will uphold and the individuals he will give a pass to.

    On the other hand if you’re a conservative and make a $20,000 mistake you will be tried, convicted and serve time. Just ask Dinesh D’Souza.


    Dinesh D’Souza Indicted For Campaign Finance Fraud:

    “As we have long said, this Office and the FBI take a zero tolerance approach to corruption of the electoral process,” the U.S. Attorney for Manhattan, Preet Bharara, said in a statement released by the Federal Bureau of Investigation. Bharara is an Obama appointee.”


    Dinesh D’Souza on felony sentence: ‘The main thing for me is not being silenced’:

    “Conservative filmmaker Dinesh D’Souza, who was spared prison time after pleading guilty to violating federal campaign finance laws, is holding his head high with a somewhat restored faith in the American judicial system.

    “I feel relief, exhilaration – not because I didn’t get a significant sentence, but I was facing a much bigger sentence that would have seriously affected my work and ability to make another movie for election year,” D’Souza told FOX411. “My sentence restores some faith in a Democratically appointed judge, a Clinton appointee, can look a Democratic government prosecution in the eye and say ‘no’ to the 10-16 month prison sentence they wanted for me.”

    On Tuesday, Judge Richard M. Berman of Federal District Court in Manhattan sentenced D’Souza to five years of probation, a $30,000 fine and eight month in a San Diego community confinement center where he will undergo “therapeutic counseling.” Such a center typically involves a “residence in a halfway house, restitution center, community treatment center, mental health facility, alcohol or drug rehabilitation center, or other community facility.”

    However, D’Souza is still a little unsure of what exactly the confinement center is and will entail.

    “I believe I will have to sleep at one of these centers for eight months, but that doesn’t mean that I can’t come and go and access my email and function,” he said. “I recognize that I did something wrong.”

    D’Souza was charged with illegally organizing for two people to each make $10,000 campaign donations to Wendy E. Long, a friend from his days at Dartmouth College. He pled guilty to the allegations in May and told FOX411 that at the time, he was simply frustrated that he couldn’t do more to help Long, who he says was struggling financially with her campaign.

    “She was asking me for other favors, like speaking and fundraisers and meeting with potential donors. I didn’t think that I what I chose to do to help was a felony, but it was careless,” he explained. “Being prosecuted was the furthest thing from my mind.”

    After his indictment in January, D’Souza argued that he was being unfairly targeted by the government due to his politics and criticism of the Obama administration, which he highlighted in his 2012 book and documentary “2016.” However, prosecutors with the U.S. Attorney’s office claimed that his actions were “serious and strikes at the heart of our federal election system.”

    Justice under this administration is not fair and equal.

  3. Tina says:

    Yeah, the charges are always “serious” and always “strikes at the heart of our federal election system.”

    That’s why Hillary and Bill were never investigated. Also why nobody will question the Obama money machine.

  4. J. Soden says:

    You are known by the company you keep.
    Bill Ayres, Bernadine Dorn, Jeremiah Wright, Eric Holdere, Al Sharpton…

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