Two outdated – still evil – assassins

As usual, murders of this sort require the cooperation of elected officials and corrupt law enforcement. The former, pretty much provided by the Republican Party, and the latter by Trump appointees. All expecting to receive payment over time for their services – of course.

7 thoughts on “Two outdated – still evil – assassins

  1. Life imitates Art says:

    “Roger Stone trial goes off the rails as jury ordered not to watch ‘The Godfather’ : The mob classic has been repeatedly referenced during Stone’s trial, where he’s charged with lying to Congress and obstructing justice.” (NBC News 11/7/19)
    Stone has said he using radio host and comedian Randy Credico as an intermediary to get messages to WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange.
    Prosecutors said that he threatened Credico to make sure he didn’t cooperate with investigators, (and reveal that Stone had perjured himself), urging him to “do a Frank Pentangeli.” Pentangeli is a character in “The Godfather: Part II” who is pressured to lie to a congressional committee to avoid implicating the head of the fictional Corleone crime family. Pentangeli lies to Congress and then kills himself afterward.

    Frankie Pentangeli Testifies Before the Senate Committee in The Godfather : Part II (1974)

  2. Chiacchierone says:

    Giuliani quips he has ‘insurance’ if Trump throws him ‘under the bus’
    “Giuliani Says a Safe Full of Biden ‘Files’ Will Be Released if He ‘Disappears’ ”

    “A crook is a crook, and there’s something healthy about his frankness in the matter. But any guy who pretends he is enforcing the law and steals on his authority is a swell snake. The worst type of these punks is the big politician. You can only get a little of his time because he spends so much time covering up that no one will know that he is a thief. A hard-working crook will and can get those birds by the dozen, but right down in his heart he won’t depend on them – hates the sight of them.” Alphonse Gabriel “Al” Capone (1899~1947)

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