Anonymous ID: 03d027 March 15, 2023, 9:14 a.m. No.18512572   🗄️.is 🔗kun   >>2577 >>2584 >>2617

Just when it appears California can't sink any lower, out comes the WOKE COURT CRAP!

Forget Equal Justice when the courts are aiding in Mental Illness!!

Anonymous ID: 03d027 March 15, 2023, 9:29 a.m. No.18512629   🗄️.is 🔗kun   >>2635


Nice 17

I'll take that to ask the question from our Missing Leader.


Thought this shit would get to a PRECIPICE but not go over.

That, my elusive alphabet leader, is OVER!!!

Anonymous ID: 03d027 March 15, 2023, 9:37 a.m. No.18512659   🗄️.is 🔗kun


>>What do you mean 'allowed'? As in, we should have a dictatorship where every decision made by STATE LEVEL authorities has to be reviewed and 'allowed' or 'disallowed'?


No, as in we were promised transparency, accountability and not to be dragged over the cliff. That we, as society, would have back up to STOP THIS RAILROADING of Degeneracy.

WE didn't VOTE for this shit. Yet, we, are being forced, against our will, to go along with it all, because (enter the standard slide excuse to lack of transparency from ever becoming reality)

Anonymous ID: 03d027 March 15, 2023, 10:45 a.m. No.18512980   🗄️.is 🔗kun


Seems all puppet actors have some "venture" they play with, using their devout followers to pilfer from, then flip to another co. and sell them out.

Clooney and his toxic alcohol, Kartrashian's and their fake "co's. on and on and on,

Anonymous ID: 03d027 March 15, 2023, 10:58 a.m. No.18513059   🗄️.is 🔗kun

The Yacht is called NEVERLAND.


Sold: Yacht With a Waterfall. Price: $19 Million. Broker: George Santos.


A $19 million luxury yacht deal brokered by Rep. George Santos between two of his wealthy donors has captured the attention of federal and state authorities investigating the congressman’s campaign finances and personal business dealings.


The sale, which has not been previously reported, is one of about a dozen leads being pursued by the FBI, the U.S. attorney’s office in Brooklyn and the Nassau County district attorney’s office, people familiar with the investigation said.


Prosecutors and FBI agents have sought in recent weeks to question the new owner of the 141-foot superyacht — Raymond Tantillo, a Long Island auto dealer — about the boat and his dealings with Santos, including his campaign fundraising efforts.


Tantillo bought the boat from Mayra Ruiz, a Republican donor in Miami. Santos negotiated the payment — $12.25 million up front, with $6.5 million more in installments — and advised the two on the logistics of turning over the yacht, according to a person familiar with the sale, which took place a few weeks before his election in November.


It is not clear what laws, if any, may have been broken in the transaction. Several election law experts said that if the sale was designed to inject money into Santos’ campaign, it might be in violation of federal law governing caps on campaign contributions. It could also be illegal if Santos tied any commission he received on the sale to previous or future donations.


But even if Santos broke no laws, the deal serves as further evidence of an emerging narrative given by people in his political orbit — that Santos seemed to use his campaign not only to win elected office but also as a networking exercise to ingratiate himself with rich donors and enrich himself from those contacts.


Santos has denied wrongdoing. Joe Murray, a lawyer representing Santos in potential criminal matters, declined to comment, as did spokespeople from the FBI, the U.S. attorney’s office in Brooklyn, and the Nassau County district attorney, who is working with federal authorities on the investigation.


Santos’ campaign finances and personal business dealings have been under scrutiny following revelations by The New York Times in December that Santos had fabricated or embellished most of his résumé. The Times has since reported on curious omissions in his campaign filings, an unregistered fund connected to him, and other irregularities in his finances.


A central mystery is Santos’ sudden, unexplained jump in income, and where he got the money to loan himself roughly $700,000 over the course of his 2022 campaign.


During his first bid for Congress in 2020, he reported an income of $55,000; two years later, he reported a $750,000 salary and over $1 million in dividends from his company, the Florida-based Devolder Organization, which Santos described as a “capital introduction” business.


Santos, a Republican, has said publicly that his company brokered deals between high net-worth clients. In an interview with Semafor in December, he sought to explain his work by saying that if a client wanted to sell a plane or a boat, he would “put that feeler out there” among his contacts, adding that he had landed a couple of million-dollar contracts.


“If you’re looking at a $20 million yacht,” he told Semafor, “my referral fee there can be anywhere between $200,000 and $400,000.”


As it turns out, there was, in fact, a yacht worth nearly $20 million.