Subject: Re: So???
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Subject: Re: So???
Date: Fri, 1 Dec 2017 22:31:44 -0500
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On 12/01/2017 10:02 PM, -hh wrote:
> Carbon wrote:
>> Trump puts his money on display like rookie NBA players do when they get drafted. It's
>> all chrome and hooptie rims. By which I mean, I would be very surprised if Trump has
>> anything like the amount of wealth that he brags about. If he was truly worth "in excess
>> of TEN BILLION DOLLARS," would he really be buying used 20+ year-old jets and
>> getting them reskinned?
> After Forbes found out that Commerce Sec'y Wilbur Rice outright lied a out his Net Worth...
> ....they also knocked Trump down by around a half bil; believe he's at $3.1B now - but this
> also reveals the limitations of how deeply Forbes can assay: for all we know, he could have
> an additional $4B in hidden debts to some secretive illegal folks and be in the hole.
>> But I don't care about those lies. Flynn has to tell the truth or he will die in jail. It's all
>> going to come out now.
> An interesting part will be if they used that info to obtain warranted wire taps in place today,
> specifically to listen to their reaction traffic for additional incriminating evidence.

Extremely interesting. My first thought was, even this bunch can't possibly be that inept. Followed
by, well...