Ah, so, it’s not actually about the election, is it?

President Trump’s former campaign chief has been charged with running a money-laundering conspiracy that moved $75 million from pro-Russia political groups through a labyrinth of offshore accounts.

Paul Manafort surrendered himself to the FBI yesterday after a special counsel investigation into Russia’s alleged meddling in the US election yielded its first criminal charges. He was accused of dodging taxes, illegally working as an unregistered agent of a foreign government and making false statements to federal investigators.

That a bloke associated with Trump did these things – if proven of course – still doesn’t show that the Russians stole the Presidency from Hillary now, does it?

46 thoughts on “Ah, so, it’s not actually about the election, is it?”

  1. Trump should pardon the bloke instantly and order the arrest of Muller and his leftist gang on T&S all round. He should have moved to destroy Muller long ago and not let this load of horseshit get as far as it has. FFS Clinton is still not in jail but they are trying to pin this Russia corruption bullshit on one of Trump’s crew?

    Maximum retaliation all round.

    Trump should have Mueller brought to the White House for a fight on the lawn. He is an FBI prick so he should have training in “defensive tactics” as they call it. That would even the odds somewhat. Trump could carry a concealed stun-gun (electric prongs not taser dart style) to guarantee victory and have the whole show televised at a distance. Four more years for sure.

  2. This is all pretty rich when the Clinton Foundation takes millions from the government of Saudi Arabia, which attacked America on 9/11 and killed better than 2900 people. I mean, Benghazi and this Russian bullshit is all pretty small potatoes next to that.

  3. Let’s wait and see, shall we? These are just the first loose ends Mueller will pull on – they’ll all cop pleas and name names and we’ll see where it goes. That Trump surrounds himself with crooks and incompetents is not news. That they would have loved to collude with the Russians if the Russians actually had something to offer seems plain. That the Russians interfered, also plain. Collusion – likely not, bearing in mind that’s a concept can be defined wide or narrow. Changing the outcome of the election – likely not. Meanwhile, I don’t see bad things happening to good people, at least so far, do you?

  4. It’s worth reading this up at The Chiefio.

    https://chiefio.wordpress.com/

    The take home is that this happened before Trump was running, and is not related to his presidency. And it’s a distraction from the shinanegans of Shillary and the uranium sale to Russia.

  5. Napsjam–Bullshit. I see possibly dodgy people being hasseled by far worse Deep State shitehouses.

    And this without word one about investigation for Killery is a fucking traversty.

  6. Calling Paul Manafort “possibly dodgy” is positively cuddly of you. Didn’t know you could be so gentle. And we’re all suffering from whataboutery as a substitute for judgment. Let’s leave Hilary’s sins for another post and another argument.

  7. No –lets not.

    Whatever Manafort has been up to it isn’t in the Killery league. Let alone the Deep State crew. Blood is their measure–money is an add on.

    “Hey look over here–not over there” is not going to cut it.

  8. @napsjam “Let’s leave Hilary’s sins for another post and another argument.”

    Whilst I agree with you about Manafort this won’t do. I think the real point of this is to put pressure on the pair of them (Papadopalos or whatever) to come up with stuff , anything, to get Trump and as a threat to anyone else – if you don’t cough you get the Manafort treatment.

    This isn’t acceptable when Hillary, doing pretty much the same thing amongst others, her excuses and denials and so on are just ho-hummed away, oh well that must be true. There’s no pressure put on any of her associates for a deal if you cough to the truth.

    That’s what I find unacceptable. You don’t have much of a “rule of law” if the law treats the two entirely differently.

  9. “One thing at a time, each on its own merits. Very sensible.”

    And lets start with Killery and the Deep State. They were working their evil trade when Trump was just a businessman.

  10. This is a massive “Oh look! A squirrel!” to give the media an excuse to look away from the Uranium 1 thing.

    Swiss radio yesterday evening referred to the “…pro-Russian Ukranian president…” (swiss public radio normally takes the DNC line like that).

  11. “The squirrel, believed to have met with Russian nationals, was last seen running up the trunk of an oak tree in a park only 10km of the Russian embassy”.

  12. The US Establishment – Dem and Republican, FBI and CIA – is thoroughly corrupt, and enjoys wallowing in the fruits of that corruption.

    The risk of Trump blundering in and upsetting the applecart is too high to be tolerated, hence the slow-motion coup against him.

  13. One aspect to this is that the Manafort indictment mentions him working for companies A and B.

    One of these is the Podesta Group.

    Tony Podesta stepped down from the Podesta group yesterday. One well known thing was that Tony Podesta sold access via his brother John to KIillary.

    If Mueller does follow the breadcrumbs he’s going to have Hillary et al by the balls..

    Its just at this stage a big If….

  14. After the ‘dawn raid’ on Manafort’s house, Mark Steyn argued it was a move to find anything incriminating – most likely related to money or tax.

    Then that evidence could be used to force Manafort into a plea bargain (as seems standard in the US justice system) which would include shopping Trump or those nearer to Trump. Thus bringing that “slow-motion coup” a step nearer.

  15. Solid Steve 2: Squirrels of The Patriots

    Yarp. After a year of high-powered partisan attack lawyers digging into how DRUMPF conspired with Putin to steal the White House, the best they could come up with is… that the guy who was briefly one of Trump’s campaign managers allegedly did some dodgy accounting and backroom dealing, back when he was working with Democrats.

    Which is no doubt naughty if true, but is equally no doubt common behaviour in Washington DC, and tells us nothing about how KGB agent Trump hacked the election and/or Hillary Clinton’s brain to make her look like a hilariously wooden venal sociopath.

    Louise Mensch wept.

    Less Watergate, more Pishgate.

  16. Solid Steve 2: Squirrels of The Patriots

    MC – Sure, they’d love that.

    The problem they have is, President Donald J Trump actually seems to be an honest man.

    His skeletons are all in public. We already know he likes beautiful women and making money.

    If Obama’s pseudo-legally obtained wiretapping and over a year of frenetic opposition and media research into the biggest threat to the American establishment since Huey Long couldn’t come up with anything jucier than his preference for pussy, it’s not terribly likely that there’s anything there.

    They’re hoping to Watergate him, but in Watergate there actually was a burglary. Also, President Nixon was a rather introverted man (by presidential standards) who had no way of speaking to the public except via the opposition media.

    Lefties usually accuse you of the things they’re already doing in secret though, so I wouldn’t be surprised if this ends up exploding in the Clinton’s faces.

  17. @SS2SOFTP
    > Lefties usually accuse you of the things they’re already doing in secret though, so I wouldn’t be surprised if this ends up exploding in the Clinton’s faeces.

    FIFY

  18. Wow. Been awhile since I looked down the Rabbit Hole on this site!

    Uranium 1 “Deal”: This relates to the State Department NOT objecting when a Canadian company sold its shares in a US Uranium producer to a Russian company. The Uranium was never leaving the US for either Canada or Russia, so State Department didn’t object. Was this logical? An oversight and they should have objected? Did the Secretary of State have any influence on the decision either way? Was that influence resulting from a donation to the Clinton Foundation by some related party? Some potentially interesting questions that will be answered by a Congressional Committee. Its relevance to Mueller’s investigation of possible Trump collusion….zero

    Lock Up Hillary? Well after exhaustive investigation of Bengazi; emails; and her Deputy Chief of staff Huma’s terrible choice in husbands there doesn’t seem to be a single thing to criminally charge her with… and even the Americans don’t tend to lock people up in prison unless they have charged and convicted them. Its relevance to Mueller’s investigation of possible Trump collusion….zero

    Killary: Look I don’t happen to like Hillary Clinton personally, nor would I have voted for her (if I was a Yank). One of the major reasons is that I do find her disingenuous, and her economic policies populist tripe. I also happen to agree that she appears to be way too interventionist for my liking. So I might agree with her nickname of ” Hillary”. However..its relevance to Mueller’s investigation of possible Trump collusion….zero

    Paying for the Dossier: Let’s concede that a Democrat commissioned it and then a failed Republican candidate paid to finish it. Who paid for it adds nothing to whether or not the information contained therein is actionable against Trump et. al. That it is a source of items to investigate by Mueller is without a doubt. He will either verify or disprove all or parts of it. If any of the parts are verifiable AND actionable against Trump or et. al is the real question.

    Manafort was charged with pre-Trump association assets therefore NO COLLUSION: Look Mueller and his team are actually working very quickly. Manafort and Gates must have been blazingly easy targets. This then gives Mueller the ability to play the “if you have anything to give us on the collusion issue, we would take that into account on these unrelated charges” card. It also sends a message out a pretty clear message to other currently un-cooperative potential witnesses. Specifically, “You give up the goods or we will Manafort you!”. This is just a tool to help the reluctant to co-operate. Whether or not there is any collusion to flush out is the ultimate question. The fact that these charges did not relate to collusion doesn’t mean there was or was not collusion. It just signals that Mueller is willing to play full contact and if there is collusion to find, he will do what is necessary to flush it out.

    Papadopoulo’s Pleading Guilty: This is the most interesting development to me. If you follow the time-line (http://edition.cnn.com/2017/10/30/politics/george-papadopolous-trump-guilty/index.html), then a) this guy only became interesting to the Russians after he became a policy advisor; b) he received then actively tried to get those higher up the food chain to bit on an offer to collude; c) his guilty plea was held secret for a time, which would have allowed him to wear a wire. The real question is whether the offer to collude was taken up by Trump or his inner circle. As for Huckabee Sanders ludicrous dismissal that he was a “volunteer”, I thought I would point out that so are Jared, Ivanka and most of the inner circle.

    Well time will tell on this story, but the play has been interesting so far.

  19. Solid Steve 2: Squirrels of The Patriots

    Lock Up Hillary? Well after exhaustive investigation of Bengazi; emails;

    Lol. Anybody else would be in a federal penitentiary by now for destroying evidence alone.

    I reckon the real story with poor-but-honest Hilldog is why so many foreign oligarchs and dictators were so keen to stuff her “charity” with cash or bung her husband small fortunes in speaker’s fees before she lost the election, and what changed their minds after.

    Be interesting to see some journalists follow that up, but they don’t seem curious.

  20. So we need to balance the likelihood that:

    SS2 Option: Failed US Presidential candidate Hillary Clinton (vs. “Anyone else”), despite committing such serious acts that she “should be in a federal penitentiary”, currently has such awesome political pull that she is able to persuade every single Trump appointed district attorney in the US not to charge her with a single criminal act?

    OR

    DSL Option: Failed US Presidential candidate Hillary Clinton did not commit acts which even a single Trump appointed district attorney finds would have a snowball’s chance in hell of resulting in a criminal conviction if they brought forward charges.

    As for the “pay to play” of the Clinton Foundation comment:

    -I never said that Hillary was either poor or honest;
    -I have no idea if there has been a significant drop in donations to the Clinton Foundation. Can you enlighten us with some verifiable statistics;
    -I would agree that it is reasonable to believe that some contributors to the Clinton Foundation hoped that a donation would give them access to the then Secretary of State and possibly influence of her decision making in an area in which they had an interest.

    However getting back to the issue at hand…its relevance to Mueller’s investigation of possible Trump collusion….zero

  21. So Much For Subtlety

    David S Lesperance – “The Uranium was never leaving the US for either Canada or Russia, so State Department didn’t object.”

    That is beside the point. First of all it may not be true and second the problem is Russian interference in price and supply. It just so happens that the Russians threw Bill Clinton a huge amount of money and his wife signed off on it. Interesting that.

    “Its relevance to Mueller’s investigation of possible Trump collusion….zero”

    Because Mueller is not interested in collusion. Just in Trump. The fact that everyone has been colluding with the Russians *except* Trump is beside the point in what is clearly a partisan witchhunt.

    “Lock Up Hillary? Well after exhaustive investigation of Bengazi; emails; and her Deputy Chief of staff Huma’s terrible choice in husbands there doesn’t seem to be a single thing to criminally charge her with…”

    Well that is not true. A large number of immunity deals were done. The authorities looked the other way as Hillary and her camp committed crimes that would have got anyone else a prison term – destroying hard drives for instance. It required Comey to make up the law as he went by, for instance, insisting that Hillary did not show malice even though the law did not need it.

    Anyone else would be in jail already.

    “Paying for the Dossier: Let’s concede that a Democrat commissioned it and then a failed Republican candidate paid to finish it.”

    No let’s not concede that. Because it is not true. A Republican started out paying for research. Then the Democrats came in and paid for it to be completed with Russian help.

    “Who paid for it adds nothing to whether or not the information contained therein is actionable against Trump et. al.”

    I am not sure that is true. It proves there was Hillary-Russian collusion to bring down Trump.

    “If any of the parts are verifiable AND actionable against Trump or et. al is the real question.”

    It is for Mueller because he is a partisan hack. It is not for the rest of us.

    “This then gives Mueller the ability to play the “if you have anything to give us on the collusion issue, we would take that into account on these unrelated charges” card.”

    Indeed. Mueller can hope to get some perjury to get Trump.

    “SS2 Option: Failed US Presidential candidate Hillary Clinton (vs. “Anyone else”), despite committing such serious acts that she “should be in a federal penitentiary”, currently has such awesome political pull that she is able to persuade every single Trump appointed district attorney in the US not to charge her with a single criminal act?”

    Trump has shown no signs of even trying to charge Hillary. So it is moot. But still, how many has he appointed exactly?

  22. Solid Steve 2: Squirrels of The Patriots

    David – she was already given a get out of jail free card by James Comey, acting at the behest of the Obama administration, for – among other things – deleting 33,000 emails after they’d been subpoenaed and destroying phones with hammers to prevent them being turned in as evidence.

    If you think a normal person wouldn’t be sent to Federal pound-me-in-the-ass jail for that, you’re probably high as a kite on butt drugs.

    The US is technically still not a banana republic, so barring new evidence I don’t think the Trump Justice Department can’t just keep relaunching criminal investigations for the same stuff, willy nilly, even if he was in full control of the executive branch, which he is not.

  23. SMFS and SS2: You don’t have a clue what you are talking about.

    -Comey was the head of a federal investigative agency which is ONE of the ways that DA can receive information on which THEY can decide to lay charges;

    -Comey is no longer the head of the FBI;

    -Even if he was still FBI head, the FBI could still reach a different conclusion and refer evidence to a DA;

    -Any investigative agency or even private citizen can lay information in front of any DA;

    At the end of the day, you are trying to convince us all that SS2’s option is more credible then mine.

    And at the risk of keeping people’s eye on the ball…its relevance to Mueller’s investigation of possible Trump collusion….zero

  24. So Much For Subtlety

    David S Lesperance – “You don’t have a clue what you are talking about.”

    Says the hack who did not even know who paid for the slime dossier.

    “Comey was the head of a federal investigative agency which is ONE of the ways that DA can receive information on which THEY can decide to lay charges;”

    And Comey exonerated Hillary in public. Before even talking to her, it turns out, in private. While he was the head of the FBI. After granting immunity deals to pretty much everyone around here so there is no way of doing what is being done to Manafort. Convenient.

    “Comey is no longer the head of the FBI;”

    Irrelevant.

    “Even if he was still FBI head, the FBI could still reach a different conclusion and refer evidence to a DA;”

    And many lower ranking FBI agents did reach a different conclusion but the boss is the boss – and they had been forced to sign non-disclosure deals.

    “Any investigative agency or even private citizen can lay information in front of any DA;”

    And so?

    “At the end of the day, you are trying to convince us all that SS2’s option is more credible then mine.”

    I think snail slime is more credible than you.

    “And at the risk of keeping people’s eye on the ball…its relevance to Mueller’s investigation of possible Trump collusion….zero”

    Indeed. Because it is a partisan witchhunt. So Hillary gets every break and Trump needs to be thrown out of office.

  25. Solid Steve 2: Squirrels of The Patriots

    Candidly, David, like many spreadsheet monkeys your grasp on the real world of non autistic adults is… poor.

    “Any investigative agency or even private citizen can lay information in front of any DA”

    Yes, yes. I’m sure they’d get right on that. Probably with some brilliant-yet-flawed crime scene investigator who cracks wise while high-fiving his brilliant-yet-sexy female computer techie sidekick. No doubt with a thrilling action scene denouement on the top of a skyscraper where Hillary goes out guns and catheters a-blazing.

    The relevance of this to possible Trump collusion with Russians, the Clangers, or your mum… zero.

    But it does explain why you’re too short for this ride, and yet simultaneously unable to see from your dwarvish standpoint why you’re hopelessly out of your depth.

    Because when you’re on the spectrum it’s easy to believe we live in a world of impersonal rules, rather than one of very personal human beings.

    If you ever fancy going to the casino with me like in Rain Man I’ll be happy to oblige though.

    Yours in Christ,

    Steve

  26. “That you are a sap. ”

    Typing too fast, Reading the ramblings of the terminally naïve and fatuous tends to enrage and produce an excessive rush to kill–metaphorically speaking at least.

  27. Thank you Gentlemen for my trip this afternoon on the Mad Hatter’s Tea Cup Ride…I will leave you to it.

    BTW in the response to your “Sad” Ad Hominem comments: 6’2 Rugby Fullback Tax Lawyer who at least has the balls to post under his own name. Last thought: I’m sure we all have a little spectrum in us.

  28. Solid Steve 2: Squirrels of The Patriots

    David – GOOD DAY, SIR!

    Ecksy – Add a drop of lavender to your bath, and soon you’ll soak yourself calm!

  29. @lesperance et al. All good points and the US law enforcement people are very good at using entrapment to the point of starting criminal conspiracies which they work hard at to find someone to take the bait who would never normally countenance such actions or may not even intend to actually go through with them. Very dodgy morally in my book is the action of law enforcement to actively encourage someone to plan to commit crime. Hardly catching criminals who have broken the law is it?

    As for wearing a wire. If they had the collusion on tape they would have used it already. They don’t. This is it and Manafort’s trial will be interesting as US tax law isn’t known for its simplicity. If he has taken tax advice in advance it will be very interesting indeed.

  30. “6’2 Rugby Fullback Tax Lawyer who at least has the balls to post under his own name.”

    When you say anything that might upset someone with real power or reach come back and boast.

    Even Killery isn’t going to have you whacked for being a prize mug. She’ll prob send you a campaign button while chortling to herself about how she’s already stitched it to your arse. You and all the other mugs.

  31. I think everyone’s a bit right and a bit wrong. Unlike Ecksy and Steve, and maybe others, I don’t view Trump as an ‘Alpha male’ or some sort of demi-god – he’s a bit dim, extremely vain, he inherited a lot of dosh, didn’t do very much with it, had companies go bust under him a few times, and lucked into the presidency because he was able to fool desperate, lower-class Yanks that at long last here was a politician who actually gave a shit about them, while at the same time coming up against a corrupt, clunking leftbot with all the charm of my undercrackers after a week on Skiddaw, who almost certainly reeks of piss, and who smiles like the Childcatcher.

    I think Trump probably is corrupt. I don’t think he’s a fascist, or a white supremacist or a racist. I don’t think he gives a shit about rustbelt America, though he may have grown to give a bit of a shit in the last two years and he may actually give a proper shit once he realises they are the only people in the country who care about him.

    Ironically, this may turn him into what they thought he was. Though what a lot of them thought he was, it strikes me, is some sort of government magician strongman who could stand in a cloud and make everything right for them. I don’t subscribe to the government magician strongman theory generally or in this specific case, but if he cuts taxes and regulation and gets to appoint another decent judge if Ruth Bader Ginsters shuffles off this mortal pasty then I’d say he was about the best there was on offer.

    Hillary Clinton is utterly clearly a corrupt, malign, vicious, hateful, lying, disgusting, rancid old sow, married to a corrupt, scheming old toad, and they have the might of the establishment on their side. It’s absolutely correct to say that she should be in jail already, and for the rest of her days, for what she and her underlings did, and even if Trump did attempt some cack-handed collusion with the Russkies it pales into insignificance alongside what she and that cunt of a husband and their hangers-on and associates have been trying to do, and have almost succeeded in, which is a full-on bloodless coup and the setting up of a state within a state where the power of the government can be used to target their opponents and protect them.

    This is so glaringly obvious that I can’t understand how she got so many votes last year.

  32. There are two things to note to what’s been said above.

    1) During the CFIUS decision making process on Uranium 1, the FBI knew that the Russians were bribing people left right and centre. Despite this, they didn’t inform Congress as they were legally obliged to do so. Why?
    The FBI had an inside informant, who they forced to sign an NDA so he couldn’t talk to anyone.Why? This was lifted by a judge last week.

    2) The yellowcake that supposedly can’t be exported, has surprisingly turned out to have been anyway. And people dont seem to know where to.

    There’s a ludicrous stink all over this. And now James Comey cant create the law on the fly, Mrs Clinton will have a tougher time evading the consequences she richly deserves..

  33. Solid Steve 2: Squirrels of The Patriots

    Interested – Though what a lot of them thought he was, it strikes me, is some sort of government magician strongman who could stand in a cloud and make everything right for them.

    The biggest problem poor Americans face is being poor, and their own government has been actively working to keep them poor since 1965.

    Immigration. Without millions and millions and millions of Mexicans, Guatemalans, El Salvadorians and the like pouring in, poor people with low levels of education would have much better opportunities to get reasonably decent jobs without being undercut by people who live 20 to a house and don’t bother paying insurance.

    Dunno if you’ve spent much time in America but the immigration situation is insane. You can’t even go into a Walmart in unfashionable upstate NY without bumping into gaggles of Toltec midgets.

    That’s not even getting into the ubiquitous abuse of the H1B visa scheme to bring hordes of low-wage Indians and Chinee into the tech industry while American computer grads collect unemployment. Or the insanity and evil of resettling some of the most feral, violent and stupid tribes in Africa to formerly idyllic places like Minnesota and Maine.

    This is all thanks to decades of deliberate government policy because the US elites are addicted to cheap biddable labour and/or new underclass client groups, with a dash of ethnocultural malice towards ordinary white and black Americans in flyover country.

    It’s not a magician these people need, just a government that doesn’t hate them.

    On the other stuff that animates Trump’s base, Nafta has been great for corporate profits. The benefits to average Americans are elusive.

    Healthcare is a horrible, shitty mess due to Obama and spineless Republicans.

    None of these are challenges equivalent to landing a man on the Moon, but President Trump definitely has his work cut out fighting a uniparty establishment that will do just about anything to maintain the ruinous status quo.

  34. @interested and SS2.

    Well said. It is always a puzzle why politicians should put the citizens of other countries before their own. And then I remember they are on the back slapping merry-go-round of mutual bribery and prize giving and self congratulation. They don’t go into politics to improve the lives of their fellow citizens they go into politics to improve their own self worth, both monetary and ego.

    Makes me try to recall the last politician who actually cared for and acted to out their fellow citizens first. Thatcher? That’s a long time ago now.

  35. Look at the latest report that the gov is offering returning ISIS volunteers priority in council housing.

    I couldn’t think of anything more insulting to taxpayers, but I’m sure they’ll come up with something.

  36. Steve – yep, I’ve spent fucking years in the States and I do get it. Immigration is an issue though, personally, if I were a Yank, I’d be all in favour as long as they got plenty of Elon Musks and no MS13/ISIS. It’s not like they haven’t got the room, unlike us, and they genuinely are a multi racial nation of immigrants, unlike us. But those poor fuckers who voted for Trump because of the wall were just being taken for fools. There isn’t the money to build the wall, and it wouldn’t work anyway. I dunno. Maybe just talking about immigration as a problem is a start. It’s certainly better than what Hillary offered – don’t get me wrong, she’s a cunt of the first water.
    Added to which, there is something unseemly to me in human beings electing governments to help them. Smash the government, take control. Not easy, sadly.

  37. ‘Upstairs at home, with the TV on, Trump fumes over Russia indictments’ – WaPo headlice

    Manafort indicted for financial dealings years ago. The FGs at WaPo call ’em ‘Russia indictments.’ Are journalists the stupidest people in the world?

    Wait . . . I know that one. It’s ‘tax specialists.’

    And WaPo readers.

  38. Sort of on topic. When my IT blokes rebuilt my office computer the windows browser page was configured with MSN news feed on it (I have since disabled it) but every time you go to open a new window you get spoonfed a leftist viewpoint of the news (classic anti trump pro Obama’s stuff). Strikes me that this is much more pernicious than Facebook etc as the vast majority of office workers will be getting this as their ‘home page’. Just sayin’

  39. “Manafort indicted for financial dealings years ago. The FGs at WaPo call ’em ‘Russia indictments.’ Are journalists the stupidest people in the world?”

    They’re actually Ukrainian indictments – pendant alert..

  40. “Strikes me that this is much more pernicious than Facebook etc”

    Yes. I get it from Amazon.com.

    Jeff Bezos bought the Washington Post. He turned it into his personal blog. I get an email a day from Amazon with the Most Read from The Washington Post. 95% of the time it’s “What ridiculous thing Trump did today.” From Amazon, an internet retailer.

    WaPo is Lefty propaganda. Obviously. The Lefty press doesn’t even try to hide it anymore.

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