Phat chance! Phish phophy! Bull Stool!
And Folks… Leave politics da phuuck…
out of this discussion! Not one human
life… is worth you, or any other mfer'
the opportunity to make a bit of coin!
However, if that; is what you truly feel
is correct… making bank on the deaths
of any other citizen… then phuuck you
and every one of your entire families
history back to the beginning of your
blood kin! Read me you phuucking idiots!
And IAM putting this out to that squeeze box
Donald J. Trump!
You Donald J. Trump… "rightly selected"
President of "These" United States
by a minimal, simply tiny handed, majority
of bent and twisted women and whatevers!
You Donald J. Trump… who just this evening
showed a "card of humaneness" when you
mentioned that you, did not agree with one
of our state's governors about the issue of
"opening up" that dumb asp wholes citizens
to potentially infuriate the "virus Sars-CoV-2"
allowing "it, " our "Public Enemy Number 1" a
‘freed pass' to continue to schist off its offspring
as it wills! Some truly stupid schist that! Phuucking
pasty asp, confederate phuuck; that fool! Treating his
‘owned' kin likin they were, sharecroppers; on his spread!
How the phuuck civil-war era more could an ape/donkey/asp
be? Whomever, the phuuck you are, dumb sepoy… phuuck you
and all of your relations, and have a warm, nasty; taste-o-covid
on me! This me, digressing off the point is becoming somewhat
more fun, as "WE" ever so politely return to that point!
Pretending! That this neo-world could ever be returned
to that idiocy held and operated previously to some
fool playing with genes! Nature… our Mother Nature
would not do something so stupid! What occurs
with educated human beings when you offer each
a bit of extra cash? Yea! you got it! Dumbed down to
down low status never had nothings but debt and meth!
Not implying that each does chose meth… simply metaphor!
Ya'll third grade reading and comprehending americants
get the gist of that last few lines? What happens when
"the system of capitalism" or ‘predatory purposed same'
is stamped into a ‘p.o.s.' "blind mullet" ‘low brow'
mistake of birth, bit of S.T.P. dander? You get a
Red State voter! "Re-bub-licants"! Just a touch
under those "Dumbed-down-katzs" who can
not, for their very lives… get any traction
on any positive political actions… which
would make any difference to what a
"Crap" load of losers they already are!
"re-bub-licants" and "dumbed-down-katzs"
What a Phuucking mess!
Making ‘Phophy' all over D.C.!
Just how can all of those elected
officials squat to play with their wii'?
Or whatever other bit-o-tech each of
them uses to schist out all over their owned
constituents! And some insipidly ignorant fools
all of their constituents are truly exposing themselves
to be! Dumb asp wholes all of these and theirs' and them'!
WHO do you call a thief? A phuucking thief! And what
do all thieves do… thieves thieve… thieves
thrive on theft… theft is against the laws…
but do any of the thieves the constituents elect
ever get publicly and rudely arrested and tried and
"Feb 18,2020 · Rod Blagojevich walked out of prison
Tuesday after President Donald Trump cut short
the 14-year prison sentence handed to the
former Illinois governor for
Now let us take a look at the historical records…
Matthew Lyon (DR-KY) . First Congressman
to be recommended for censure after spitting
on Roger Griswold (Federalist-Connecticut) . The
censure failed to pass. Separately, found guilty of
violating Alien and Sedition Acts and sentenced to four
months in jail, during which time he was re-elected
Charles F. Mitchell (R-NY)U.S. Representative
from New York's 33rd District was convicted of
forgery, sentenced to one year in prison and fined
though he was paroled early due to poor health
• Clement Vallandigham
expressing sympathy for the enemy (treason)
Robert Smalls (R-SC)U.S. Representative
from South Carolina was charged with accepting
a $5,000 bribe during 1877 in relation to a
government printing contract and found guilty.
Smalls was pardoned in 1879 by
South Carolina Governor William Simpson.
1901-1909 (Theodore Roosevelt (R)presidency)
Joseph R. Burton Senator (R-KS)was convicted
of accepting a $2,500 bribe (1904)
John Hipple Mitchell Senator (R-OR)was involved
with the Oregon land fraud scandal, for which
he was indicted and convicted while a sitting
U.S. Senator (1905)
Henry B. Cassel (R-PA)was convicted of fraud
related to the construction of the Pennsylvania
State Capitol (1909)
1909-1913 (William Howard Taft (R)presidency)
William Lorimer Senator (R-IL)
The 'blond boss of Chicago' was found
guilty of accepting bribes in 1912.
Robert Archbald (R)Judge of the
United States Court of Appeals for
the Third Circuit, was convicted
of corruption in 1912.
1921-1923 (Warren G. Harding (R)presidency)
Albert Fall (R)Secretary of the
Interior who was bribed by Harry F. Sinclair
for control of the Teapot Dome federal
oil reserves in Wyoming. He was the
first U.S. cabinet member to ever be
convicted; he served two years in prison
1923-1929 (Calvin Coolidge (R)presidency)
William P. MacCracken Jr. (R)convicted
of contempt of congress for the
Air Mail scandal (1934)
John W. Langley (R-KY)convicted of
violating the Volstead Act (Prohibition) .
He had also been caught trying to bribe a
Prohibition officer. He was sentenced to two
years after which his wife Katherine G. Langley
ran for Congress in his place and won
two full terms (1926)
1929-1933 (Herbert Hoover (R)presidency)
Harry E. Rowbottom (R-IN)was convicted in
Federal court of accepting bribes from persons
who sought post office appointments. He served
one year in Leavenworth (1931)
1933-1945 (Franklin D. Roosevelt (D)presidency)
Michael J. Hogan (R-NY)was convicted of
bribery and sentenced to a year and a day
in a Federal Penitentiary (1935)
John H. Hoeppel (D-CA)convicted of selling an
appointment to the West Point Military Academy.
He was fined $1,000 and sentenced
to 4-12 months in jail (1936)
1945-1953 (Harry S. Truman (D)presidency)
James M. Curley (D-MA)fined $1,000 and served
six months for fraud before Harry S. Truman
commuted the rest of his sentence (1947)
Andrew J. May (D-KY)convicted of accepting bribes
from a war munitions manufacturer. Was sentenced
to 9 months in prison, after which he was pardoned
by Truman (1947)
J. Parnell Thomas (R-NJ)was convicted of salary
fraud and given an 18-month sentence and a fine.
He was imprisoned in Danbury Prison. After serving
his 18 months he was pardoned by Truman (1950)
Walter E. Brehm (R-OH)convicted of accepting
contributions illegally from one of his employees.
Received a 15-month suspended sentence
and a $5,000 fine (1951)
1953-1961 (Dwight D. Eisenhower (R)presidency)
Ernest K. Bramblett (R-CA)received a suspended
sentence and a $5,000 fine for making false
statements in connection with payroll padding
and kickbacks from congressional employees (1954)
Thomas J. Lane (D-MA)convicted for evading taxes
on his congressional income. Served 4 months in prison
but was re-elected three more times (1956)
1961-1963 (John F. Kennedy (D)presidency)
Thomas F. Johnson (D-MD)was convicted of
conspiracy and conflict of interest regarding
the receipt of illegal gratuities (1962)
1963-1969 (Lyndon B. Johnson (D)presidency)
Frank W. Boykin (D-AL)was convicted of
conspiracy and conflict of interest (1963)
Daniel Brewster (D-MD)pleaded no contest to
accepting "an unlawful gratuity without
corrupt intent." (1969)
Walter Nixon (D)Chief Judge of the
United States District Court for the
Southern District of Mississippi
was convicted of perjury
(lying under oath)
1969-1974 (Richard M. Nixon (R)presidency)
Watergate (1972-1973)Republican 'bugging'
of the Democratic Party National Headquarters
at the Watergate Hotel led to a burglary which
was discovered. The cover up of the affair by
President Richard Nixon (R)and his staff resulted
in 69 government officials being charged and 48
pleading guilty, including 7 for actual burglary.
Eventually, Nixon resigned his position.
John N. Mitchell (R)former United States
Attorney General, convicted of perjury.
Richard Kleindienst (R)United States
Attorney General, convicted of obstruction
given one month in jail.
H. R. Haldeman (R)White House Chief of Staff
convicted of conspiracy, obstruction of justice
and perjury. Served 18 months in prison.
John Ehrlichman (R)former White House Counsel
convicted of conspiracy, obstruction of justice
and perjury. Served 18 months in prison.
Egil Krogh (R)United States Undersecretary
of Transportation, sentenced to six months.
John Dean (R)White House Counsel, convicted
of obstruction of justice, later reduced to
felony offenses and served 4 months.
Dwight Chapin (R)Secretary to the President
of the United States, convicted of perjury.
Herbert W. Kalmbach (R)Nixon's Personal Attorney
guilty of corrupt practices,191 days in jail.
Charles Colson (R)Special Counsel to the President
for Public Liaison, convicted of obstruction of justice.
Served 7 months.
Spiro Agnew (R)Vice President of the United States
convicted of income-tax evasion (1973)
Maurice Stans (R)United States Secretary of Commerce
pleaded guilty to three counts of violating the reporting
sections of the Federal Election Campaign Act and two
counts of accepting illegal campaign contributions
and was fined $5,000 (1975)
Ted Kennedy Senator (D-MA)drove his car into
the channel between Chappaquiddick Island and
Martha's Vineyard, killing passenger Mary Jo Kopechne.
Kennedy pleaded guilty to leaving the scene of an
accident and received a suspended sentence
of two months (1969)
Martin B. McKneally (R-NY)placed on one year's
probation and fined $5,000 for failing to file income
tax return. He had not paid taxes for many
years prior (1971)
Cornelius Gallagher (D-NJ)pleaded guilty to tax evasion
and served two years in prison (1972)
J. Irving Whalley (R-PA)received suspended three-year
sentence and fined $11,000 in 1973 for using mails
to deposit staff salary kickbacks and threatening an
employee to prevent her from giving information
to the FBI (1973)
Edwin Reinecke (R-CA)convicted of perjury and
sentenced to 18 months in prison as part
of the Watergate investigation (1973)
James Fred Hastings (R-NY)convicted of receiving
kickbacks and mail fraud. He served 14 months at
Allenwood penitentiary (1976)
1974-1977 (Gerald R. Ford (R)presidency)
Earl Butz (R)United States Secretary of Agriculture.
He was charged with failing to report more than $148,000
in 1978. Butz pleaded guilty to the tax evasion charge and
was sentenced to 30 days in jail and five years of probation
and was ordered to make restitution. He served 25 days
behind bars before his release.
John V. Dowdy (D-TX) , convicted of perjury and
served 6 months in prison (1973)
Richard T. Hanna (D-CA) , convicted in an
influence-buying scandal (1974)
Frank Brasco (D-NY)sentenced to 5 years in jail
and fined $10,000 for conspiracy to accept bribes
from a reputed Mafia figure who sought truck leasing
contracts from the Post Office and loans to buy trucks (1974)
Bertram Podell (D-NY) , pleaded guilty to conspiracy and
conflict of interest. He was fined $5,000 and served
four months in prison (1974)
James F. Hastings (R-NY) , convicted of kickbacks and
mail fraud, he also took money from his employees
for personal use. Served 14 months at Allenwood
1977-1981 (Jimmy Carter (D)presidency)
Andrew J. Hinshaw (R-CA)US Representative was
convicted of accepting bribes. He served one year
in prison (1977)
Richard Tonry (D-LA)pleaded guilty to receiving
illegal campaign contributions (1977)
Charles Diggs (D-MI) , convicted on 29 charges of
mail fraud and filing false payroll forms which
formed a kickback scheme with his staff.
Sentenced to 3 years (1978)
Fred Richmond (D-NY)- Convicted of tax fraud and
possession of marijuana. Served 9 months in prison.
Charges of soliciting sex from a 16-year-old boy were
dropped after he submitted to counseling (1978)
J. Herbert Burke (R-FL)pleaded guilty to disorderly
intoxication, resisting arrest, and nolo contendere
to an additional charge of witness tampering.
He was sentenced to three months plus fines (1978)
Frank M. Clark (D-PA)pleaded guilty to mail fraud
and tax evasion and was sentenced to two years
in prison (1979)
Harry E. Claiborne (D)Chief Judge of the United
States District Court for the District of Nevada
was convicted of tax evasion (1984)
1981-1989 (Ronald Reagan (R)presidency)
See also: Reagan administration scandals
Iran-Contra affair (1985-1986): A secret sale of
arms to Iran, to secure the release of hostages
and allow U.S. intelligence agencies to fund
the Nicaraguan Contras, in violation of
the Boland Amendment.
Elliott Abrams (R)Assistant Secretary of State for
Inter-American Affairs, convicted of withholding evidence.
Given 2 years' probation. Later pardoned by
President George H. W. Bush.
Michael Deaver (R)White House Deputy Chief of
Staff to Ronald Reagan, pleaded guilty to perjury
related to lobbying activities and was sentenced
to 3 years' probation and fined $100,000 (1987)
Operation Ill Wind was a three-year investigation
launched in 1986 by the FBI into corruption by
U.S. government and military officials, and
private defense contractors.
Melvyn Paisley, Assistant Secretary of the Navy
was found to have accepted hundreds of thousands
of dollars in bribes. He pleaded guilty to bribery
and served four years in prison.
Victor D. Cohen, Deputy Assistant Secretary of
the Air Force, was the 50th conviction obtained
under the Ill Wind probe when he pleaded guilty
to accepting bribes and conspiring to defraud
the government. He was sentenced to 33
months in prison.
James E. Gaines, Deputy Assistant Secretary of the Navy
took over when Paisley resigned his office. Gaines was
convicted of accepting an illegal gratuity and theft and
conversion of government property. He was sentenced
to six months in prison.
Deborah Gore Dean (R)Assistant Secretary of
Housing and Urban Development, convicted of
Housing and Urban Development Scandal was a
controversy concerning bribery by selected
contractors for low income housing projects.
James G. Watt (R)United States Secretary of
the Interior, was charged with 25 counts of perjury
and obstruction of justice. Sentenced to five years'
probation, fined $5,000 and 500 hours of
community service (1995)
Abscam FBI sting involving fake 'Arabs' trying to
bribe 31 congressmen (1980) . The following
Congressmen were convicted:
Harrison A. Williams Senator (D-NJ)Convicted
on 9 counts of bribery and conspiracy.
Sentenced to 3 years in prison.
John Jenrette (D-SC)sentenced to two years
in prison for bribery and conspiracy.
Richard Kelly (R-FL)Accepted $25K and then
claimed he was conducting his own investigation
into corruption. Served 13 months.
Raymond Lederer (D-PA)"I can give you me" he
said after accepting $50K. Sentenced to 3 years.
Michael Myers (D-PA)Accepted $50K saying, "...money talks
and bullshit walks." Sentenced to 3 years and was
expelled from the House.
Frank Thompson (D-NJ)Sentenced to 3 years.
John M. Murphy (D-NY)Served 20
months of a 3-year sentence.
Jon Hinson (R-MS)was arrested for having
homosexual oral sex in the House of Representatives'
bathroom with a government staffer. Hinson, who
was married, later received a 30-day jail sentence, and
a year's probation, on condition that he get
counseling and treatment (1981)
Joshua Eilberg (D-PA)pleaded guilty to
conflict-of-interest charges (1981)
Dan Flood (D-PA)censured for bribery. After a trial
ended in a deadlocked jury, pleaded guilty
and was sentenced to a year's probation (1981)
George V. Hansen (R-ID)censured for failing to fill
out disclosure forms. Spent 15 months in prison (1984)
Frederick W. Richmond (D-NY) , This conviction previously
listed in Carter presidency as Fred Richmond as shown above.
Wedtech scandal Wedtech Corporation was convicted
of bribery in connection with Defense Department contracts.
Mario Biaggi (D-NY)Convicted of obstruction of
justice and accepting illegal gratuities he was
sentenced to 2½ years in prison and fined $500K
Robert Garcia (D-NY)sentenced to 2½ years.
Pat Swindall (R-GA)convicted of 6 counts of perjury
and was sentenced to a year in prison. (1989)
Harry Claiborne (D) , Federal District court Judge was
tried and convicted of federal tax evasion; he served
over one year in prison (1983) . He was later impeached
by the House, convicted by the Senate and
removed from office (1986)
1989-1993 (George H. W. Bush (R)presidency)
Catalina Vasquez Villalpando, (R)Treasurer of
the United States, pleaded guilty to obstruction
of justice and tax evasion (1992)
David Durenberger Senator (R-MN)denounced
by Senate for unethical financial transactions and then
disbarred (1990) . He pleaded guilty to misuse of
public funds and given one year's probation (1995)
Jay Kim (R-CA)accepted $250,000 in illegal 1992
campaign contributions and was sentenced to
two months' house arrest (1992)
Nicholas Mavroules (D-MA)was convicted of extortion
accepting illegal gifts and failing to report them
on congressional disclosure and income tax forms.
Mavroules pleaded guilty to fifteen counts in April 1993
and was sentenced to a fifteen-month prison term (1993)
Albert Bustamante (D-TX)was convicted of accepting
bribes and sentenced to three-and-one-half years
in prison (1993)
Samuel B. Kent (R)Judge of the United States
District Court for the Southern District of Texas
was convicted of perjury (2009)
Walter Nixon (D)Judge of the United States
District Court for the Southern District of Mississippi
was convicted of perjury, sentenced to five years in
prison, impeached by the House and convicted
by the Senate, November 3,1989
Robert Frederick Collins (D) , Judge of the United States
District Court for the Eastern District of Louisiana
was convicted of bribery and sentenced to six years
ten months (1991)
Alcee Hastings (D) , Federal District court judge
impeached by the House and convicted by the
Senate of soliciting a bribe (1989) . Subsequently
elected to the U.S. House of Representatives (1992)
1993-2001 (Bill Clinton (D)presidency)
Darleen A. Druyun (D) , Principal Deputy
United States Under Secretary of the Air Force.
She pleaded guilty to inflating the price of contracts
to favor her future employer, Boeing. In October 2004
she was sentenced to nine months in jail for corruption
fined $5,000, given three years of supervised release
and 150 hours of community service (2005) .
CBS News called it "the biggest Pentagon
scandal in 20 years" and said that she
pleaded guilty to a felony.
Wade Sanders (D) , Deputy Assistant United States
Secretary of the Navy, for Reserve Affairs, was
sentenced to 37 months in prison on one
charge of possession of child pornography (2009)
House banking scandal. The House of Representatives
Bank found that 450 members had overdrawn their
checking accounts but not been penalized. Six
were convicted of charges most only tangentially
related to the House Bank itself. Twenty-two more
of the most prolific over-drafters were singled
out by the House Ethics Committee (1992)
Carroll Hubbard (D-KY)was convicted of illegally
funneling money to his wife's 1992 campaign
to succeed him in Congress.
Carl C. Perkins (D-KY)pleaded guilty to a check kiting
scheme involving several financial institutions
(including the House Bank) .
Walter Fauntroy (D-District of Columbia)was
convicted of filing false disclosure forms to
hide unauthorized income.
Buz Lukens (R-OH)convicted of bribery and conspiracy.
Mary Rose Oakar (D-OH)pleaded guilty to a misdemeanor
campaign finance charge not related to the House Bank.
Congressional Post Office scandal (1991-1995)was a
conspiracy to embezzle House Post Office money
through stamps and postal vouchers to
Dan Rostenkowski (D-IL)was convicted and sentenced
to 18 months in prison, in 1995.
Joe Kolter (D-PA)pleaded guilty to one count of
conspiracy and sentenced to 6 months in prison (1996)
Wes Cooley (R-OR) , was convicted of having lied on the 1994
voter information pamphlet about his service in the Army.
He was fined and sentenced to two years' probation (1997)
He was later convicted of income tax fraud connected to
an investment scheme. He was sentenced to one year in
prison and to pay restitution of $3.5 million to
investors and $138,000 to the IRS.
Austin Murphy (D-PA)was convicted of one count of
voter fraud for filling out absentee ballots for members
of a nursing home (1999)
Mel Reynolds (D-IL)was convicted on 12 counts of sexual
assault, obstruction of justice and solicitation of child
pornography (1997)He was later convicted of
12 counts of bank fraud (1999)
Thomas Porteous (D)Judge of the United States
District Court for the Eastern District of Louisiana
was convicted of perjury (2010)
2001-2009 (George W. Bush (R)presidency)
John Korsmo (R)Chairman of the Federal Housing
Finance Board, pleaded guilty to lying to congress (2005)
Claude Allen (R)Director of the Domestic Policy Council
was arrested for a series of felony thefts in retail stores.
He was convicted on one count (2006)
Lester Crawford (R)Commissioner of the Food and Drug
Administration, pleaded guilty to conflict of interest and
received 3 years suspended sentence and fined $90,000 (2006)
Scooter Libby (R)Chief of Staff to Vice President Dick Cheney
(R) . 'Scooter' was convicted of perjury and obstruction of
justice in the Plame Affair on March 6,2007 and was
sentenced to 30 months in prison and fined $250,000.
His sentence was commuted by George W. Bush (R)on
July 1,2007 (2007) . Libby was pardoned by
President Donald Trump on April 13,2018.
David Safavian (R)Administrator for the Office of
Management and Budget. He was found guilty
of blocking justice and lying, and sentenced to
18 months (2008)
Robert E. Coughlin (R)Deputy Chief of Staff for
the Criminal Division, pleaded guilty to accepting bribes
relating to the Jack Abramoff Indian lobbying scandal (2009)
Felipe Sixto (R)Special Assistant for Intergovernmental
Affairs, convicted of misusing money. Sentenced to
30 months (2009)
Scott Bloch (R)United States Special Counsel
pleaded guilty to criminal contempt of Congress for
"willfully and unlawfully withholding pertinent information
from a House Committee investigating his decision to
have several government computers wiped...." Bloch
was sentenced to one day in jail and two years' probation
and also ordered him to pay a $5,000 fine and perform
200 hours of community service (2013)
Jim Traficant (D-OH)was found guilty on ten felony
counts of financial corruption, sentenced to eight years
in prison and expelled from the House of Representatives
Bill Janklow (R-SD)was convicted of second-degree
manslaughter for running a stop sign and killing a
motorcyclist. Resigned from the House and given
100 days in the county jail and three years' probation
Frank Ballance (D-NC)admitted to federal charges of
money laundering and mail fraud in October 2005
and was sentenced to four years in prison (2005)
Duke Cunningham (R-CA)pleaded guilty November 28,2005
to charges of conspiracy to commit bribery, mail fraud
wire fraud and tax evasion in what came to be called
the Cunningham scandal and was sentenced to
over eight years in prison (2005)
Bob Ney (R-OH)pleaded guilty to conspiracy and
making false statements as a result of his receiving
trips from Jack Abramoff in exchange for legislative
favors in the Jack Abramoff Indian lobbying
scandal. Ney received 30 months in prison (2007)
Larry Craig (R-ID)was arrested for lewd conduct in
a men's restroom at the Minneapolis-St. Paul International
Airport on June 11,2007, and entered a guilty plea
to a lesser charge of disorderly conduct on August 8,2007.
William J. Jefferson (D-LA)was charged in August 2005
after the FBI seized $90,000 in cash from his home freezer.
He was re-elected to the House in 2006 but lost in 2008.
He was convicted November 13,2009, of 11 counts of
bribery and sentenced to 13 years in prison (2009)
Jefferson's Chief of Staff Brett Pfeffer, was
sentenced to 84 months for bribery (2006)
2009-2017 (Barack Obama (D)presidency)
General David Petraeus (R)Director of the Central
Intelligence Agency. On April 23,2015, a federal
judge sentenced Petraeus to two years' probation
plus, a fine of $100,000 for providing classified
information to Lieutenant Colonel Paula
Mark D. Siljander (R-MI)was convicted of obstruction
of justice (2012)
Laura Richardson (D-CA)was found guilty on
seven counts of violating US House rules by
improperly using her staff to campaign for her
destroying the evidence and tampering with witness
testimony. The House Ethics Committee ordered
Richardson to pay a fine of $10,000 (2012)
Jesse Jackson Jr. (D-IL)pleaded guilty February 20,2013
to one count of wire and mail fraud in connection
with his misuse of $750,000 in campaign funds. Jackson
was sentenced to two-and-one-half years' imprisonment (2013)
Rick Renzi (R-AZ)was found guilty on 17 of 32 counts
against him June 12,2013, including wire fraud
conspiracy, extortion, racketeering, money
laundering and making false statements to
insurance regulators (2013)
Trey Radel (R-FL)was convicted of possession of
cocaine in November 2013. As a first-time offender, he
was sentenced to one-year probation and fined $250. Radel
announced he would take a leave of absence but did not
resign. Later, under pressure from a number of Republican
leaders, he announced through a spokesperson
that he would resign (2013)
Michael Grimm (R-NY)pleaded guilty of felony tax
evasion. This was the fourth count in a 20-count indictment
brought against him for improper use of campaign funds. The
guilty plea had a maximum sentence of three years; he was
sentenced to eight months in prison (2015)
Dennis Hastert (R-IL)Speaker of the United States
House of Representatives pleaded guilty in court for
illegally structuring bank transactions related to payment
of $3.5 million to quash allegations of sexual misconduct
with a student when he was a high school teacher and
coach decades ago. (2016)
Chaka Fattah (D-PA)was convicted on 23 counts of
racketeering, fraud, and other corruption charges (2016)
Corrine Brown (D-FL)was convicted on 18 felony counts
of wire and tax fraud, conspiracy, lying to federal
investigators, and other corruption charges (2017)
Anthony Weiner (D-NY)was convicted of sending sexually
explicit photos of himself to a 15-year-old girl and wa
made to sign the sexual offenders register. He also was
sentenced to 21 months in prison, a charge that was
later reduced to 18 months. He reported to prison in
November 2017 and was released in May 2019 (2017)
Steve Stockman (R-TX)was convicted of fraud (2018)
Mark E. Fuller (R)Chief Judge of the United States
District Court for the Middle District of Alabama, was
found guilty of domestic violence and sentenced to
24 weeks of family and domestic training and
forced to resign his position (2015)
Samuel B. Kent (R) , Federal District Judge of the
Galveston Division of the U.S. Southern District
of Texas, was sentenced May 11,2009, to 33 months
in prison for having lied about sexually harassing
two female employees (2009) .
Jack Camp (R) , Senior Federal U.S. District Court
Judge was arrested in an undercover drug bust while
trying to purchase cocaine from an FBI agent. Judge
Jack T. Camp resigned his position after pleading guilty
to three criminal charges. He was sentenced to 30 days
in jail 400 community service hours and fined (2010)
Thomas Porteous (D) , Federal Judge of the U.S. Eastern
District of Louisiana was impeached, convicted, and
removed from office December 8,2010, on charges of
bribery and lying to Congress (2010)
2017-present (Donald Trump (R)presidency)
Russian interference in the 2016 United States elections
Michael Flynn (R) ,25th United States National Security
Advisor and Director of the Defense Intelligence Agency
to Barack Obama, pleaded guilty to making false statements
to the FBI on December 1,2017
Robin Hayes (R-NC) , was convicted of lying to the FBI (2019)
Chris Collins (R-NY) , pleaded guilty to insider trading (2019)
Duncan D. Hunter (R-CA) , pleaded guilty to misuse
of campaign funds and was convicted of crimes
You ever gonna trust a politician again?
And, are you simply "pretending the
world is going to return to normal?
every politician is that potential p.o.s.
and you do not even know how many
over the decades did not get caught or
simply called in a few legislative buddy
asp whole licking favors… read me?
This poem has not been translated into any other language yet.I would like to translate this poem